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TKE DAILY BEE FEIDAF AFEIL 13 1883
iTiat is what a great
many people arc doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter , but they have
a combination of pains and
aches , and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS , and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it , and rich , strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system rcphirs the
wasted tissues , drives out
disease and gives health and
Tin's is why BROWN'S
IRON BITTERS will cure
kidney and liver diseases ,
consumption , rheumatism ,
neuralgia , dyspepsia , mala
ria , intermittent fevers , &c.
x > 3 S. Paca St. . Baltimore.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia , and for several
weeks could cat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Urown's Iron
Bitters , and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite ,
and am getting stronger.
BROWN'S IRON TITTERS
is not a drink and docs not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
IUUBPnxMint. . Vice PiM't
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Lincoln , Neb
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ptr.on llrlof at a d stance from our office.
The Singer Manufacturing Oo. ,
Principal Office , 84 Union Sqnan
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PUGILISTS IN EARNEST ,
Seven Rounds Ended With
Torrlflo Blow ,
James MoLaughlm Beaten by
the ' -Black Diamond" Afeer
the Crowd Had At
tended a Cook
New York Time ) April 7.
In various stages of sleepiness nd
inebriety a crowd , which finally numbered
bored about 200 men , began to collect
at break of a ay yesterday on a grass
plot which sloped gradually from the
roar of a hotel not many yards distant
from the old Coney Idand horse car
road. Most of them had spent the
night around a cock-pit , Improvised In
a room adjoining the hotel bar. In
the crowd were ruffians , politicians ,
thieves , prlz9 fighters and rum sellers.
A fierce fight , in which pistols and
knives wontd probably have been
nsod , was only prevented at ono time
during the cook fight by the expulsion
ot the "judge , " who had made a
wren g decision. No w York birds were
matched against Brooklyn birds.
There was $250 on each fight and
| 500 on the odd battle. Now York
won five out of seven fights , and the
In the upper part of the hotel two
men had boon resting quietly. They
were Henry Woodson , a colored man ,
known aa the "Black Diamond , " and
James MoLanghlln , a white man. A
ring was formed on the turf by the
spectators , but there were no stakes
or ropes. About thirty carriages
formed an outer circle. The "sport
ing gentlemen" who made np the purse
had apparently insisted that the best
man should win. The seconds of the
black man won the tosi , and selected
the high ground of the slope. At
5:10 : o'clock time waa called , and the
fighters sprang Into the ring. The
colored man was naked to the waist ,
and were whlto trunks and drawers.
The whlto man was similarly attired ,
except that ho were a light sleeveless
shirt. The colored man weighed 18G
pounds , and Is 5 f cell ) Inches inholght ,
The muscles stood out like great knoti
on his shoulders , breast , and arms.
McLanghlln is half au inch shortri
than his antagoniit and about 1C
pounds lighter , His mnicloa had t
matked development , but not the hare
set of the colored man's. Bo oagoi
wore the men for the fray that the ]
forgot to shako hands until told to b ]
the roforoo. The men undoubted ! ;
were glovs , but the coverings added
very little to the bulk of their closed
The colored man led off in the fight
ing and landed lightly on MoLangh
hers stomach with his loft. Be trlei
again , but the blow fell short. Wood
son moved up quickly and hit Me
Laughlln on the mouth and broai
without receiving a blow in return , i
wrestle and fall ended the ronnd in 3
seconds. The colored man had th
best of the wrestling , which surprise
his opponent's friends. McLaughli ;
Is a oollar-and'elbow wrestler , and hi
chances of winning were chiefly bate
on his ability in that line. In th
second ronnd MoLapghlin led with
resounding blow on the "Black Dli
mond's" jaw , Woodson counters
heavily on MoLiuehllu'a month an
followed up with clean hits on the ey
and mouth , MoLiughlln failing t
make any return. A clinch and a ia
ended the round in 45 seconds , wit
MoLaughlln on top. When time wa
called fur the second round MoLtngt
lin sent out his right and caught Wooc
son heavily on the jaw. MoLaugh
lln got in another blow o
Woodson's jaw with his lei
without a return. Then came
clinch , and MoLaughlln was throw
heavily , the ronnd lasting 35 sooondi
When tlmo was called for the fonrt
ronnd both men were breathing heav
ly. McLaughlln'a faoo showed lovon
bruises. Woodson forced the fightlo )
and throw McLiughlln over a bonol
the ronnd lasting 20 sooondi. In tl
fifth round Mclaughlin went at th
negro savagely , landing on Woodson
mouth , note , and ear without a n
turn. Woodson closed with his opp
nont , but McLiughlln , still fightlr
fiercely , drove * hls opponent again
the wheels of ono of the carriages , at
almost under the foot of the horse
The referee ordered the men to broo
and return to their corners. The tin
of the ronnd was 30 seconds , In tl
sixth ronnd neither man attempted
defend himself , Tbo blows followc
in rapid succession , McLinghlln ha
Ing a little the best of It. Final
MoLanghlln brought the ronnd to
clnso in 15 seconds by a blow on tl
"Black Diamond's" oar , which fair
lifted the colored man off his foot ai
brought him down on his knees. M
Laughlln was on the point of strlkli
him after he had fallen , when tl
referee gave a warning cry.
In the seventh and last ronnd M
Lioghlln forced the .fighting , and w
having a Jltlld the best of it , althquj
it was apparent , thotjWoodson was
the better v condition.'The color
man tried for M9L'nghlln | chest wi
his right hand , bat fell shor .ond r
notved stinging blows on nose and ei
Woodson had got around to the high
ground and nunigeo ; to got bis rig
Git on McLtughlln's jaw with mu
force. The latter countered llgntly i
tbo negroo's face.N oodson took
step back , made a feint with his It
at MoLknghlln's face , and sent in
tight-bander straight from theshou
der that left not a doubt in any mat
mind that the fight was over. M
Ltnghlln'a form was fatrly driven in
the turf. He had caught the blow i
the mouth and nose , and ,
ho fell , his head was , slightly turn
to one side. His flesh was purpl
Ho quivered two or three times as ' .
lay on the grata , and somebody call
out , "His neck is broken. " A gone
al ruth was made for the carriage
and many persons hurriedly dro
away. McLiughlln's seconds fear
at first to life him , but the panto psi
ed by In a minute , although it w
several minutes before McLaughl
returned to conicloniness. His socoi
stood with blanched face looking atl
principal , and then absent mlnde
ly throw np M towel which ho hold
his hand Instead of a sponge. Woo
son was declared the victor , and
puran was made up for MoLaughll
who had never fought before in t
ring. Woodson is the champion cc
I ored fighter ii America , and has w
lovoral ring fight H. Ho ia 24 years of
ago , and McLtnghlln is 20.
"No ; oho lingered and suffered
atone , pining away all the tluio for
yoors , the doctors doing her no good ;
and at lust was cured by this Hop Bit
ters thn papers say so much abont.
Indeed 1 Indeed ! how. thankful wo
should bo for that modlclno. "
Colusa county has a Chinaman who
practices law fa tbo justices' court * .
Arabian millet has bren the means ot
converting hundred * of wnsto places In Oil-
Hernia , Into ilch paituros and valuable
Henry E. Codnori , a newiboy. ban
brought suit against the Southern 1'acIQo
railroad company to recover $50,000 dam *
ages. Plaintiff waa badly Injured la the
I ehachapi accident lint January , through
the alleged carelessness of defendant.
In Merced county , Cal. , many of the
farmer * have been irrigation tbelr lands
from the San Joaquln and King's rlvero
They now complain that tbelr crops are in
danger of having too much water. In con *
sequence of the rains coming on just after
Petsluma and Santa ROB * are contend.
Ing for the county seat , ttanta Ilosa is the
present county seat and otters Its public
the best square and SlOO.COOln cash If It is
allowed to retain it , while Fetaluma prom
ises to furnish a court house , half of re
cord and jail , free of expense to the county
It the seat is removed there.
A cyclone passed through Salt Spring
valley , Calaveras county , last Wednesday
afternoon It started in the southern part
of the valley , going northward , taking In
ita course fence * , trees , etc. The large
barn of Tower & Bisble waa completely
wrecked. It. path waa 150 yards wide
and extended several miles In length.
Several of the San Francisco hotelshavo
thus far declined to enter Into a contract
for housing and feeding the Knights Tem
plar to coma from the east this summer by
the thom nd . Less than 1,000 have thus
far been provided for at the principal
hotels , some of them seem Lent on reapIng -
Ing as great a harvoit as possible. Eitot-
tlon Is anticipated.
Salt han b en brought at Modesto against
the sheriff of Slant laus county by Wll.
Ham Paulioll , a son of the state h rb > r
commlsiloner to recover 910,000. Young
Fanlsel ) , It secm , got into contempt oi
court In not obeying a summons ana wai
fined $100. with nn alternative of imprison
ment. Ha refused to pay the fine and wit
sent to jail and afterwards made to work
In the chain gang , Hence the suit.
A imrvey it 'being mada for a contln
uince of the San Francisco and North Pa-
clSo railroad via Healdsbunt to the Men-
doclno redwood country. Knglneers whc
were surveying ; the route last week stated
that they were acting under orders frorr
English oiplta'lsta , who owned the road ,
and who had given instructions to oxteno
the road anywhere that would pay. It li
considered not improbable that the road
will be extended from tha timber bolt t <
the Sacramento valley , travertina ; a ccnen
try aa yet without railroad facilities.
Sheep shearers are In demand in Ileno
An expert can make $10 per day.
The various mills along Carson river an
making regular buUlon shipments to th
A polvgamlst residing at Bnnkerville
named Levitt , boasts that he la the fathe
of fifty-two children.
The Central Pacific will hereafter issu
round trip tickets to points In Nevada n
the ratfl of f > & cents a mile. The old rat
was VI cents , although 10 cents w
chtrRed for ihort distances of five or te
The attaching creditors of the Albio
mlno at Knreka all signed an agreemei
last week , and in a few days the account
will bej adjusted , when the miners , laboi
en and mechanics will be paid off and war
will be resumed In the mine under a ne'
The development of foull remains st tt
Nevada State quarry continues to be mot
and more Interesting. Scarcely a blast 1
made which doea not disclose new an
strange tracks , otseoua remains and foss
Ivory. The vegetable indications are nun
erous and Interesting , as are the many spec
imens of clams and mollnsks.
An "angry tree , " a spoclei of acacia , :
growing ou a farm In Virginia. It wi
brought from Australia , rnd Is now elgl
feet high and growing rapidly. It shov
all the characteristic of the nensltlve plan
When the sun sets Ita leaves fold togetbi
and the ends of the tender twigs cell t
like a pig tail , If the twigs are handle !
the leaves move uneasily for n minute <
Smith Illvnr valley farmers ara bnsll
engaged putting in their spring crop.
The lessees of the hotel privilege in Yc
lowstone Pork have already built a stab
4COx45 feet and a 400 ton ice bouse.
Governor Crosby has decided that 1
has no authority to appoint notaries pu'
Ho , except while the legislature is in se
The net indebtedness of Deer Lodi
county , March 1 , U83. was $29,268 71-
reduation of $3,250.40 daring the yei
pending that date.
Hon. Frederick Billing * , who gave i
name In thn Montana boom town , h
given $75,000 to the Vermont Unlversl
for a library building.
The average dally mail going north fro
"fclen over the Utah and Northern
O.COO lettem , forty sacks of newspap
mall and 125 reglitered packages.
The politician * of Beuton have be
thrown into a state of great excitement 1
the report that a number of them would
Indicted for violating the election laws.
It Is said that nearly all the goods nc
received by Helena merchant * come I
way of the Northern Pacific as does t
greater part ol the travel of central Mo
A Crow chief was shot and instant
killed by a white man recently. T
trouble grew out of a horse trade. T
Indians turned the murderer over to t !
authorities at Fort Ouster.
There is a rumor In Benton that Otlmi
Salisbury & Co , , art figuring on putting
a stage ) Ina to operate between Helena a :
the Canadian Pacific by way of Bent
and Fnrt Aaslnabolne.
There U a giant pltnh pice treejon Ur
creee , Mlssoula county. Montana , wblcl
125 feet high and U 27 feet 4 inches la c
cnmferenca rive feet from the ground-
about 0 feet through.
The highest wooden bridge in the woi
will be on tha Una of the Northern Fuel
railroad , in O'Keefe canyon. It will
220 feet In height , the timbers bel
raised to position by aid of a stations
Colorado Is now taking Utah's surpl
crop of potatoes.
A convict In the Utah penltentU
named Banks Is said to have fallen heir
F. B , Home , wblla night telegrt
operator at Piedmont , W , T , , approprlat
a number of railroad ticket * and sold tbi
at Salt Lake , where he was arrested li
The first building am ] savings socle
nver orxanlzed In Utah wo * eeUbll.he I
Oiiden last week The capital li $300,01
divided Into 3,000 shares of the value
The Eureka Hill mine , Tin tic , I * shl
ping from filty to ility tons of ore per d
to the smelten near this Salt Lake. T
mine U being worked to a depth of 500 fi
on the Incline , and is looking welL
Tbo Mnrdock chemical and redact I
company ol Chicago contemplate t
building of a rmoitlng furnace at Ogdcn ,
which will have a capacity of not lest
than thirty tons of ore a day. Tbe cltl *
zens will donate ten acres ol land for tbe
Tbe Ogdcn elsotrlo light company have
their dain about completed uo Ugden can
yon , and in a few days tbe Brush electric
machines will be removed from tbo city to
the new location , three miles dlatant , and
then the expense ol operating will be very
Bismarck's police force is said to be the
most ttBclentln tne territory.
A 15.000 hotel will be built at Graton ,
Boone county , during the summer ,
The now court house at Jamestown will
be the most eleg'ntstructure in Dakota ,
A number of brick buildings will bo put
up at Lead City In the Black Hills this
A > ismarck building association has
taken a contract to build a large seminary
at Standing Keck Agency.
It i * likely that two new hotel * , one to
cost $75,000 and the other te cost $100COO
will be built at Fargo this season.
A valuable white clay bank near Fairview -
view has been leaied to English capltalisto
who will operate the kilns on a large scale.
It Is rumored that the Chicago , Milwau
kee and St. Paul railroad company baa
purchased the Jamestown Northern from
tha Northern Pacific.
Tbe Episcopalians of Jamestown will
this spring cammence the erection of anew
church. An application hasbeen made lor
a permanent rector to take charge.
A Ouster City man named Woodward
has invented a road wsgon to he propelled -
polled by steam that will lay down and
take up itn own track. It la claimed that
It will haul twenty-five loaded wagons.
The fight over the capltol location bos
grown'very ' warm through the the ter
ritory. Last Wedneiday a meeting was
held at Yankton condemning the action of
the legislature in removing the capital to
Hinsdaln county has an Indebtedness of
nearly $118,000 , of which $1(8,000 ( Is
Gnnnlson Is to have iron works this year.
Last week tbe citlzena celebrated the event
for tnree nights.
Oreeley had a very disastrous five last
week. A large number of buildings were
destroyed ana goods lost.
The recent city election In Denver , over
which considerable feeling was manifested
resulted In a victory for the republicans.
Thirty thousand dollars , or half of the
amount necessary to construct the tram
way from Colorado Spring * to Pikes Peak ,
has been subscribed.
The Colorado Presbytery will meet at
Evans next week for the purposed trans
acting the regular annual business of the
Georgetown is making an effort to have
a wagon rood built from that place to Chi-
nago lakes and Ute creek. The county
will pay the expense , which will be quite
There Is a single disorderly house In
Evans and the people are bound to BUJ-
press It. A guard of several men witb
dark lanterns stand around the house at
night and wrest every one who attempt !
Detectives in New Mexico are lookinf
for Jack Hogan , who has succeeded ii
flooding the territory with upwardsof $13 , '
000 in bogus silver dollars.
Since the breaking up of the band o !
rustlers in New Mexico , large numbers o :
stolen horses and cattle are wanderlnf
back to their homes. Ono lot of 2L heat
01 cattle and three hones returned to thel
owners a few days ago In good condition
The Oregon Construction company , whi
have tbe contract for building the Bake :
division of tha O. R. & N. railway , hay
made arrangements with W. J. Hawkini
& Co. , by which the 8,000 Chinese con
trolled by the latter firm , now at work 01
the Northern Pacific , will be transferred t
the Baker Cityline as soon astbe Nortben
Pacific fowls disbanded about a mont
hence. < '
Tbe Oregon Iron and Steel Compan ;
will greatly extend tbe facilities of th
foundry lately purchased at Portland. Tw
new cupolas are being erected and a larg
amount of heavy machinery is on tbe wa ;
from New York. They will construe
machinery for rollinr mills. A site fo
the shipyards Is to be chosen at once , an
an Iron ship 300 feet long will be con
monced In a few months , A new furnac
will be erected at the Oswcgo mines , wit
capacity of 40 tons of pig iron B daj
The company has a capital of $3,000,00 (
and inexhaustible mines of Irou of the bei
quality , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Care for tne Immigrants.
A bill Is before the Now York legli
latnro reorganizing the afhtra of Oaatl
Qarden and Ward's Island for th
better protection of immigrants , an
on a basis of greater economy. ]
abolishes the present board of com
mlssloners , and provides for a slngl
commissioner with a salary of (6,00
a year , and associates with him , ei
oilislo , the presidents of the Garma
society and Irish emlgran'w society c
New York city. It also provides fo
two deputy commissioners , to bo a [
pointed by the commissioner and sut
jeot to hln authority , ono of whoi
shall superintend the business c
0 tatle Garden and the other that c
Ward's Island institution * , the forme
to have a salary of 8-1.000 and th
latter $2,600 and a homo on tb
Island , with supplies of fool and Ugh
Tbe New York Times thinks the pri
visions of the bill a decided improvi
ment upon the present system , if tl
management proposed can bo kept ot
Hop Bitter * ar tha Purest and Dest Ditto
They are compounded from Hop
Halt , fiuohn , Mandrake and Dana
lion , the oldest , best , and most vali
' able medicines in the world and coi
tain all , , the best and mostcnrath
properties of all other remedies , beir
the aroatest Blood Purifier , Llvi
Regulator and Life and Health Ro
ortng Agent on earth. No disease <
11-health can possibly lonn exist whei
these Bitters are used , so varied at
perfect are their operations.
They give now life and vigor to tl
aged and infirm. To all whoso eo
ployments cause Irregularities of tl
bow els or urinary organs , or who n
quire anpotltor , Tonic and mil
Utimnlant , Hop Bitters are invalnabl
being highly curative , toulo and stlu
nlatlng , without intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings i
symptoms are , what the disease or al
mont Is , use Hop Bitters. Don1 J wa
until yon are sick , but if yon on !
fool bad or miserable , use Hop Bltto
at once. It rray save your life. Hni
dreds have been saved by so doin
$50 will be paid for a caao they wi
not cnro or help.
Do not suffer or let yonr friend * sn
for , but use and urge them to use He
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vil
drngged , drunken nostrum , but tl
Purest and Best Medicine ever mad
. . tne "invalid s jmona ana xiope , at
no person or family should bo withoi
them. Try the Bitters to-day.
A true tonic medicine , a blessing !
every household , It Brown's Iron Bl
HOUSES AND LOTS ,
_ No. 19 Full ot and now honso , tSfrooaa , two
selow and one up-rtalra. Eight toot celling below
md I even above. Brick foundation , cellar , eta
k bargain , 8COO.
No. 18 Large two story house , 10 rooms , two
Urge cellars , good well and cistern , barn , etc. , on
Webster and 22d street , 8 000.
No. 17 Lot 60x185 feet , new house ot two
rooms brick foundation 100 barrel cistern on
Hamilton street Dear Poor ClareConventl ? p.
No. 1C House and lot on 17th near 01 * k Bt
house B roomi etc. 91200.
No. 15 Uouss of 3 rooms nil lo on Fierce 8t
icar 18th 11 BOO
No. 21 New bouseof 7 ro corner lot ,
halt mile west of Turntable treet can on
3au dersSt. SlOOO.
No. 6 House of eight Darn etc. lot
eOxlffi feet 82600.
No. 253-Two full Iota on 19th Street near Laki
No. 351 Twenty Ore lots In Parkers addition
Just north of the endot red street car line 9400
each easy terms.
No.850 Four lots on Delaware BL near HAD *
com paik , I860.
No. 831 One half tot on South avenue , neat
Bt. Mary' * avenue , S560.
No. MO Eighteen (18) loU'on Slit , S2nd , 23rd
and Baunders street , near Grace , 1600 each , and
on easy terms.
No , 348 Six beautiful residence lotion Cather
ine street , near Uanscom pork , $4,800.
Twelve beautiful residence lot * en Hamlltoc
street , near nd ot old streetcar track ; high and
sljthtly , $360 to $700.
Several acre and half acre com otl on Cum <
Jug , Burt and California street * Lowe's second
end addition and Park PlaceAcademy ol
Lots in "Prospect Place" on Hamilton and
Charles street , Jntt west of the end of Red Street
Cart tack and Convent of the Sisters ot Pool
Clare , one and one half mile from postoffice , and
one mile f rom 0. P. shops , $160 to $600 each
only C per cent down and 6 pr cent per month
Lots I n Lcwe's addition one-half mile west ol
end of Red Street Car track near'Oonrent o !
Poor Clare Sisters in Shlnn's addition , $125 to
$300 each , and on very easy terms.
Lots In Qorbacb's 1st and 2nd additions ,
Bhtnn's , Park Place , Lowe's 2nd addition. Rtiran'i
Lake's , Nelson's , tianscom Place , Redlck's sd.
dltlons , etc. , ete.
Lots In "Credit Fonder addition" lust one
quarter mile south-east ot Union Pacific and B.
and If. R. R. depot * , $260 to $1,600 each , very easj
Throe good business lota on Dodgejnearllftl
street , 2-1x120 feet each , 91,600 each , orHoOOfo
all , easy terms.
Two gaod business lota on Farnam street , 30i
66 feet each , with frame buildings theron.reutln )
for about ? 6CO per year each ; price $4,250 each
41x132 feet on Faraam near 10thstreet , come :
Splendid Warehouse lot on Union Paclffcrlghl
of way , north of track and east ot Nail Wotks-
belne 132 feet north f'onU e on Mason street
by about 100 fe t west frontare on 10th St.
Farms aid wild lands In Douglas. Barpy
Dodge , Washington , Butt , Wavne , Stanton , an
other good counties In eastern Nebraskafor sal (
faxes paid , rents collected , anl money loanei
on Improved city and country..proterty at lo'
raUa of Interest.
BEMIB' NBWKOTEY MAP.'FOUI
FEETSWIDB AND SEVEN FEE1 ]
LONG , WITH EVEIVT ADDI
TION RECORDED OR CONTEM
PLATED UP TO DATS. ' 'OFF !
OTAL MAP OFITHE 01TY.1
GEO. P BEMIS
16th and Douglas Sts
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
AND MAHUFACTUEED TOBACCff ,
igents for BEHWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN ft BAND POWDER CO.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK 00.
Fire and Burglar
1020 Far n ham Street ,
KEG & BOTTLED BEER ,
THIS EXOELLEHT BEER SPEAKS
FOB ITSELF ,
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our Goods are Made to the Standard of our
GEORGE HENNING ,
Sole Agent for Omaha and the West.
Office Oomer 13th and Barney Streets.
HEATING AND BAKIMG
is only attained by using
Stoves and Rangss. '
WIRE IfAUZE OVER DOORS ,
For sale by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
Inll.mfcel - < . '
MORGAN & CHAPMAN ,
1213 Farnam St. . Ornaha.
BOLLN & 8IEVERS. I H. BOLLN& CO. ,
1509 Doutfas Street. | Cor. 16th and California St.
HENRY BOLLN &GO
n > e brought to tbls city fiom ( he firms of Lirdrcdlh & Son's , Philadelphia , aod James M. Tbur >
burn & C/J. , New York , the HrgO't itock of Careen md Field Seeds cvtr Imported before to tola
city , all of which are guaranteed to be fresh and true to the nun ? .
Prices will also be as low as nny Besponsible Dealer can Make.
mar IG-ood-tf HENRY BOLLN & CO.
pMAHA CORNICE WORKS.
KUEMPING & BOIiTE , Proprietors.
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofers
Ornamental Galvanized Iron Cornices , Iron Sky Lights , Etc ,
310 South Twelfth Street , OMAHA , NEB.
mar 7-mnn-wnd fri-me.
J. A. WAEEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AMD BRAIL DKALKB IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , SUNOS , mONGS ! , L\m \ ,
JIVUTATE AQKNC if 08 UILWATJKKB Of.UKMT OOUPAfJ"
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GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES ,
Window Caps , Finials , Skylights , &c.
THIRTEENTH STREET , . . . OMAHA , NE3
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