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THE DAILY BEE-THURSDAY MAY 24
of the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is sim
ply this : It is the best Iron
preparation ever made ; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific , chemical an/ /
medicinal principles , and
does just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood ,
it reaches every part of the
system , healing , purifying
and strengthening. Com
mencing at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
79 Dearborn Are. , Chicago , NOT. 7.
I have been a great sufferer from
A very weak ttomach , heartburn , and
dyspepsia In Its worst form. Nearly
CTeryUiIne I ale gave me tlutreii ,
and 1 could eat but little. I har.
taVen the prcicrlptloiu of a doien
phyilelani , but cot no relief until I
took Ilrown' Iron Dltten , I feel
none of the old trouble ! , and am a
new man. I am getting much
f itronger , and feel fint-rate. I am
railroad engineer , and now maVa
my trips regularly. I can not nay
too much In praise of your wonder *
ful medicine. D. C. MACK.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol , and will not
blacken the teeth , or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia , indi
gestion , heartburn , sleep
lessness , dizziness , nervous
debility , weakness , &c.
TJ only Brown'a Iron Wtter made by
Brown Chemical Co. , Baltimore. Crossed
red lines and trade-mark ou wrapper.
Every Corset -warranted satis- "
Victory to Its wearer In every way ,
or tlio money will l > o refunded by
the person from whom It was bought.
, h only Cornet pronounced by our Iradlntr phyMcUnj
tat Injurious to thn wcarnr. amlemlorMxllijr UdlM u
Ok * "muttcomfortable ana perfect fittingOortot T I
riUCESbr Mall. I'ottaga Paldl
errlne. 1.6O. Helr.AdJu.tlnaI.D9
( extra braT ? ) B.OO. Nar.lnr , tlSO
rrlno ( One roulll ) 8.00 , l > ar cB
BLIrt-Snpportlne , tl.fiO ,
t tale by leading Itctall Dealer * irerrwher * .
OUIOAOO OUKSKT CO. , CUlcago , PU
GOLD UKDAT. , , PASIS , 1BT8 ,
Jlaltr'i rnmtiim CToroIn/ , the beit
preparation of pltln chocolate for tarn *
lly uie. JlnUr * ! llnafcut Cocoa ,
from which the CICMS of oil hti beta
remored.etilly digested anil idmlrtbly
adapted for Inrallih Ua/ttr'i yaiulta
Chocolate , ai a drink or eaten u con
fectionery Is a delicious article t highly
recommended by tourists. Hain't
Jlroma , Innlutblo as a diet fur chll-
dnn. Qtraun Svtit Chocolati , a
mott txctllent article for families.
Sold by tirocen ererynhere.
\V. D AKX2R & CO *
Donktrter , Matt.
Send 81 , M , S3 , or
5 for a nniuplo ro-
SANDY tall box by Kxi > reMM ,
of the best cnntllcH In
America , put up IB
elegant boxen , and
strictly pure. Suita
ble for iircncntH. Kx
press chargcri llffht.
Itcfcra ttt nil ClUca-
3ANDY BO. Try It once.
C. P. GUNTHER
Kflt inwrn' ' ' * S
) TtK ICHtITUIIL009
= LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.thl
Reminiscences of tlio Man Who
Introduced DOT. Sprague
to Kate Ohaio ,
A Room With a History.
"Did yon know that it was In this
town that Kato Ohaso and Governor
Sprague first mot ) " caked Col. Dick
Parsons , toying Idly with an alter *
dinner cigar , as wo sat to-day In the
easy library of his homo on tProaf oot
"Yes , sir , I Introduced them my
self , and they fell In love with osch
other right off. It waa at the tlmo of
the unveiling of the Perry monument
down In the park , early in the war.
Governor Ohaso and his family always
stopped at my house when in Cleve
land , and Kato was ialtlng as then.
Over there , " pointing to a leather-
covered easy chair In the corner , "Is
whore Governor Ohaio uied to sit , In
thn same chair and on the same spot ,
and the room overhead ho mod to
occupy. We have always called It the
governor's room , It was In that chair
that ho decided to accept the chief
justiceship. lie came here ono night
and wo talked It all over , the reasons
for and against his acceptance. I
thought he ought to take It. Wo ait
up late , bat before ho wont to bed his
decision was reached , and the next
day In this room he wrote oat his
acceptance. Garfield oamo hero the
second day after his nomination. Heat
at In the governor's ohalr for an hearer
or two fctlkiag about the nomination ,
and feeling pretty blue that day.
Then he opened hla mall , and ana -
' a lot of dispatches irom that
"About Ktto Ohaio ? Oh , yes.
Well , the Perry ceremonies lasted
over several daya , ending with a ball
at the Kennard house. My wife and
Kato and I drove down In my car
riage. Wo had barely entered the hall
when wo met Spragno. I presented
him to the ladies. Ho and Kate wont
off together , and for the rest of the
evening whenever wo saw ono of them
wo wore pretty nnro to BOO the other.
It was a caao of mutual and Instant
Infatuation. Rhode Island had Bent
a deputation to aharo In the colobra-
tlon , because Parsons , of my family ,
by the way , and who was Parry's right
hand man In the Canton the lako.vras
a Rhode Islander. Sprague waa attend
ed by his fall fltaff and a governor's
guard of about 100 , with a fine band
of mnalo. They made a gorgeous dis
play and stunning Impression. Ho
waa the only man in black clothes In
the whole party , and being young and
handsome and splendidly surrounded ,
he seemed exactly Baited to Kate's
brilliancy and beauty , for aho was not
only the most brilliant girl , bat the '
most brilliant woman I .over met ,
Her vivacious mnnuor and graceful
figure , clear complexion , chestnut
hair , aud expressive eyes commanded
everyone's admiration. So waa It a
wonder they took to each other ? I
remember very well how , when it was
getting late that nlghtand wo wanted
to go homo , Kato oamo over to as with
Sprague and persuaded as to stay
longer , I bellovo > ho celebration
ended with the ball , I can't
.member whether Sprague
laif * * l hero before ho left
i"'ltyomo , bat in any ovcnt ho went to
, 'dhlnR tori the next win tor. Kato was
.ing there. They mot again , and
Ithln a year of their Introduction
were married. I bellovo that menu-
hlle Sprague became Interested in a
widow who afterward married here
nd lived In the big housn on Euclid
ivonao now owned by thn Union club.
Bat when Spragao andKato mot again
ho old flume was fanned , bo forgot
.ho widow , and a wedding soon fol
owed. They oamo here on their
ridal trip , and of coarse had the
ovornor's room , I
"I don't know mach ot the early
period of their married life , because
eon after the wedding I wont as con-
ul to Rio Jenolro and didn't hoar
about them. But some years before
publicity was given to their relations
Kate's friends knew that it had been
hasty and mistaken marriage.
Sprague dissipated habits , however
varied , were not all that made them
unhappy. The truth was that they were
not of congenial temperament or dis
position. Ai far back as 1878 or
1870 Kate Informed me that tholr
relations for two years had been of
the molt distant character , and long
before that they had ceased to be at
tractive to each other. It was sad in
deed that ono so well fitted to make [
home a paradise should have found It
a purgatory , and while all her friends
deplored the misfortune It was bat
natural that wo should have boeugrat-
Ificd when at last the certainty ip
peared of her release from a mlsmatod
alliance. The mistake was discovered
and the end foreshadowed long before
Oonkllng appeared upon the iceno In
any capacity. "
The Action of the Heart.
As with each stroke the heart pro <
jeots Bomothlng like six ouncta of
blood Into the conduits of the system ,
and as It does so some 70 times every
minute and 4,200 times In an boar ,
this Implies that It does the same thing
100,800 tlmos in 24 hours , 20,000.000
times In a year , and moro than 2COO-
000,000 times In a life of 70 yoars.
The mechanical force that is exerted
at oaoh stroke amounts to a pressure of
13 pounds upon the entire charge of
blood that has to bo pressed onward
through the branching network of ves
sels. According to the lowoat ostl- l
mate that has boon made , this gives
an exertion of foroo that would beta
adequate , In another form of applica
tion , to lift 120 tons one foot high every
ery 24 hours. Yet the pieces of living
mechaniim that is called npon to a-f
this , and do it without a panso for !
threescore years and ton without
being Itiolf worn out by the cilort , nth
a email bundle of flesh that rarely
weighs moro than eleven ounces. It
Is in the nature of the case , also , It
must'bo remembered , that this llttlo !
vital machine cannot , bo at any tlmo
stopped for repair. If It gets oat of
order It ranit bo set right-as it runs.
To stop the boating of the heart for
more than the briefest Interval , would
bo to change life Into death , The
narrative of what medical science has
done to penetrate Into the secret ! of
this dellcsto force < pump , 10 jealously
guarded from the Intrnilcn ot the eye
that It cannot oven be looked Into un
til Its ictlon has ceased , nevertheless ,
isalonghlstoryjof wonders. I/ means
of the spygmograph a writing style
attached , to the wrlat by a srstom of
lovers and springs the puleo Is made
to record actual autographs of cjrdiao
and vascular derangement.
Llfo In an Arizona Mining Cnmp.
Frcra a Wcman'ii frUate Litter to Chicago
If yon could see mo now ! What
contracts there are in life ; Indeed ,
half the world do not know bow the
other half live. Hero wo are in a llt
tlo mud hot , the floor of earth and the
wallu of mud bricks , The roof is of
shingles , but spaces between permit
the wind to enter aud play round the
cabin in gusts. A rough bed of wood
stands In one corner with a wlra mat
tress ; over that are spread A buffalo
robe and some blankets. Upon this
bed we sleep. There Is n rude fireplace
whereon barn brightly mosquito logr.
Two desks and seine camp-stools com
plete the list of furniture. The
washstand Is unique a pleoo of cao-
tns stump , with a broad ahlnglo for
the top , on which rests a tin basin.
BJXOI with shelves nailed In ornament
the walli andstrvo for dretilng tables ,
cloiots , oto. Wo take our meals In a
tent. The cook is Chinese , of coarse ,
and very good meals ho servos us
much bettor than are obtained atsome
railway atatlons. This Is a wild , plo-
tureique spot , on a high plateau , sur
rounded by mountain peaks , looking
down npon either aide into deep
gnloher. The country about Is devoid
of verdnre the "sorab"
, except rues-
quite and chaparal , and a pjcnllar
species of cacti , resembling aontlnols
standing about as they do , solitary
shafts , with occasional arms. Some
of them look almost human , an
oxcresonoo forming a sort
of head , and branches like
arms protruding at about the distance
from the head that arms shonld grow.
They are very weird In the atarllght.
The qnecr-looklrJg Mexicans ono
moots with the broad-brlmmod
, - som
brero , and blonketa about the shoul
ders , recall to mind the dandles of the
play , and involuntarily one's heartbeats
boats quick with fear at the mooting.
Every now and then the thud of dis
tant blasting almost makes ono 1m-
nglno a battle nfar. Daring the day
I tramp over the hills , ana ; at night
watch for the beautiful sunset which
floods the ky and mountains "with
purple and red. " Nowhere on earth
are moro startling effects produced by
clond and atmosphere than here In the
wilds of Arizona.
Stubborn Railroad Worlc.
Salt Ltko Tribune.
The Central PaclGo railroad com
pany IB just now engaged In about as
tough & little plooo of road building
as It over engaged In einco the days
when ( t commenced to how down the
hills and to exalt the valleys for the
track on this side of Oolfax. They
are building the line north from Redding -
ding in California to the Oregon bor
der , about ICO milea. It is said their
engineers estimate that the grading
alone will cost $80,000 per mllo. They
have two rangeu to cross , and ono
is the northern backbone of the big
Sierras. It is no child's play , surely ,
to lay a smooth track over that route I
but It must bo done
in order to glvo
San Fraucleco and Portland direct 0e 0I
awlft land connection , and the trade
between the two cltlca is something so
tremondoui now that It Is tlmo that a
par t of It was withdrawn to a land
route. Thou , too , when the North
ern Pacific shall bo finished , great
many people will want to go by that
route , and will want all-rail connec
tions with Sin Frnucitco. Again ,
without the completion of the
rend , Iho Chicago merchants
would , on the completion of
the Northern road , find markets In
Oregon clear down to the California
line , .and In the interest of San Fran-
oiioo the connection of the link be
tween Redding and the southern ter
minus of the Oregon & California
road must bo mado. When completed
it will bo a charming region to ride
through. The road will ran right at
the foot of old Shasta ; It will
cross some of the most beautiful
rivers in the world , particularly
the MoOload , and will pus
through a forest of mightier timber
than ever a railroad penetrated before.
Sugar pines six , seven and eight feet
In diameter and 800 feet in height are
ae thick aa blackberries along the
route for miles , With the road com
pleted there will be lively rivalry be
tween the land and the sea in the car
rying trade. From San Francisco to
Portland , by railroad , the distance
. will bo about 6GO miles. The steam-
era that they have in the trade be
tween the two oltloa make the Toy-
ago now in forty-eight hours
In good weather ; probably
the trains will not shorten
thli moro than fifteen hears , which
weald be no object so far as freight-
lag Is concerned , The passenger
business will mostly go to thucars , for
there Is only now and then a person
who desires to cross the Columbia Bar
just for the pleasure of the journey.
The Central Pacific people have per
formed things which have made moro
nolso than the opening of this road
will , but they have never given any
bettor exhibition of sturdy courage
and pluck than the opening of this
road will present.
A Splendid Remedy for ImnB Die *
Dr. Ilobt , Newton , late President of the
Eclectic College of the City ol New York ,
and formerly of Cincinnati , Ohio , used
DB. WM. HALL'S UALHAiivery extensively
In hla practice , aa many of his patients ,
now living , and reatored to health by the
use of this Invaluable medicine , can amply
testify lie always said that BO gooil n
remedy ought not to be considered merely
aa n patent medlcide. but that It ought to
be prescribed freely by every physician as
a sovereign remedy In all cases of Lang
dlieasea. It U a sure euro for Consump
tion , and has co equal for all pectoral com.
plaint , .
Groeley and Rum.
When I visit Greoley I am asked
over and over again aa the practical
worklnga'of woman suffrage In Wyom
ing , and when I go back to Wyoming
I am asked how prohibition works In
Qreeloy , Ool. By tolling varied nnd
pleasing lies about both I manage to
have a good deal of fun , and also
keep the two elements on the anxious
There are two slopes to both ques
tions , and some day when I get time I
and have convalesced a little more , I' '
am going to write a largo book on
thoio two matters. At present I just
want to say a word about the colony
which bears the natno cf The Tribune
philosopher and nestles so lovingly at
the chilly feet of the Rocky moun
tains. As I write. Grooloy Is appar
ently an oasts In the detort. It looki
likes a fertile Island dropped down
from huaven in a boundless stretch of
buffalo grass , sigo hens and cunning
llttlo prairie dogs. And yet yon could
not come hero as a Btrangcrnnd with
in the colonial barbed wire fence pro
cure a bite of oolrl rum If you were
preeldont of the United States with a
rattleenako bite as largo as an caster
ogc concealed on his person.
You can , however , become ao-1
qnalntod , If yon are of a social na
ture and keep your eyes open. I do
not Bay this because I have been
thirsty these few past weeks and just
dropped on the game , aa Arlitotlo
would say , bat jast to prove that mon
are llko boys , and when you tell them
they can't have any particular thing ,
that is the thing they are apt to desire -
sire with a feverish yearn. That is
why the thlrstfal man in Maine
drinks from the gas fixture ; why the
Kansas drlnklst gets his ont cf a
rain water barrel , and why other
miracles too numerous to mention are
Whisky is moro bulky and annoy
ing to carry about In the coat tall
pocket than a ping of tobacco , bat
there have been oases where it was
successfully. I was shown yesterday
a llttlo corner that would hold ilx or
eight bushels. It was la the wash
room of a hotel , and was about half
fall. So were the , men who came
there , for before night the entire
place was filled with empty whlnk-y
bottles of every size , shape and amoll.
The llttlo fat bottle with the odor of
gin and livery stable was there , and
the largo flat bottle that you get at
Evans , four miles away , generally
filled with Bomothing that tastes llko
tincture of capsicum , spirits of am-
monla , and lingering death Is also
represented In this great congrees of
cosmopolitan bottles sucked dry and
the cork gnawed half np.
When I came to Groeloy , I waa still
following the course of treatment pre
scribed by my Liramte City physician ,
and with the rest , I was raquirod to
force down three adult doses of brandy
per day. Ho used to taste the pre
scription at tlmos to Bee If It had been
properly compounded. Shortly after
my arrival here I ran ont oi this rem
edy and asked a friend to go and got
the bottle refilled. He was a man who
was not familiar with Greeley in its
moisture producing capacity , and ho
was nnablo to procure the demon In
the town for love or wealth. The
druggist oven did not keep it , and al
though ho met crowds oi mon with
tears In their eyes and breath like a
veteran bung starter , he had to go to
Evans for the required opiate. Thin I
me externally now on the vagrant dog '
who cornea to mo to be fondled and
who goes away with hla hair off. Cen
tral Colorado is fall of partially bald
dogs who have wiped their wet , cold
noses on mo , not wisely bat too well.
If Tan Are Rained
In health from any came , especially
from the use of any of the thousand
nostrums that promise so largely ,
with long fictitious testimonial ! , have
no fear. Resort to Hop Bittern at
onoo , and In a short tfcioyou will have
the most robust andibloomlng health
III. JSai. f
TADOB KNOCKED OUT OF TIME
Nlght-Shlrta Which Leave tha Ex-
Benator'a In the Shade.
The Albany Exfrtn snya that Sir
Charles Fall field made a harried jour
ney to Now York last week. "I took
him to the train and placed him in
charge of the conductor , " oaid Oapt.
John Elmondorf , hla partner , on the
afternoon of his departure , adding :
"I think ho will bo perfectly safe. " I
happened In Sir Charles' room the af ,
ternoon before ho went away. Two
well-known men about town had jast
departed , and the host was busily
engaged arranging bis dlsarranaod eel *
laret. "I w a just going to lie down
a bit , " said Mr. Falrohlid , with his
languid effailvenosB , "bat do come In ,
please , " Tie convonation happened
to drift toward the aettlng sun , and I
said : "So gorgeous a room and 10
grand a bed ought te have , aa past of
Itself , one of Senator Tabor's night
shirts which cost 9350 each , ' , "Shonld
It , Indeed ] " replied Sir Charles , IdI
theagh a trifle nettled , "I guess I
have u fine night ihlrts as can be
had , " and with this he got down on
all fours and disappeared under
his golden bedstead. Presently
he emerged , lomewhat red in the
face , but bearing a brown box , Bach as
ladles pat their seal sacqnes In. He
opened it caaofnlly , revealing a soft
silken covering. This he tenderly re
moved , and there bunt upon the sight
of the beholder two night shirts
of marvelous make. They wore
of the finest linen , ana were
Burronnded by the most delicate of
laces. The Falrfiold monogram waa
embroidered on a dainty pocket ,
which fretted the breast andjthe sof teat
fluting made fine the nook and yoke.
The garments exhaled the perfumes
of Arabia , and appeared too precious
and bewitching to touch. "Yon
weartheae ? " I Inquired. "Of course
I do , " ho answered , proudly. That
'night I had a dream , and the next
day at touch , when Sir Charles passed
the table whore I sat , I stopped him
and said : "I can't get ont of my
mind the magnificence of these night
shirts. " Ho sat down in the opposite
chair , placed hla chin upon his hand
thoughtfully , a far-away look came
Into hla eyes , and , shaking hla head
gently but seriously , he replied : "Yes ,
they're voty beautiful ; but you ought
to BOO my drawers. "
SKILL IN TUB WORKSHOP To do
good work the mechanic must ve
good health. If long hours of con
finement In cloeo rooms have enfee !
bled his hand or dimmed hla sight ,
lot him at once , and before oomo or
ganic trouble appears , take plenty srof
Hop Bitten. His system will bo ro-
juvouatcd , his nerves strengthened . ,
his Bight become clear , and the whole
constitution bo built up to a higher
working condition ,
The Maverick ' National' Bank of
Boston draws foreign exchange , buys
and sells Government and other In
vestment securities , and transacts any
business for Us correspondents In the
line of bonking , m&th-mo
Hold Ccld' , Wat'ry Pljrharjcs f om ( he Now
and Fycs. It nglnir No'sei In the He d , Nervous
He.dacha and Fever Irmtantly rrll red.
Choking mucuii dl'lodgcd , membrane cleansed
and healed , breath sweetened until , taste and
heating Mi'orc d , and ravages cScrkcd.
Ccuirb , Hrrnchltls , Droppings Into the Thrott ,
1'alns In theChcsit > yfpet.siaWasting of ttreogth
aad Flcth. lots of Sleep , tie , , cur d.
One ( bottle of Kadlcal Cure , o o box Catatrbal
Solvent and one Dr. Sanforcl'i Itha'cr , In one
pacing' , of all drugg sir , for $1. Ask ( or SAN-
roRD'B RADICAL Cum , apuredlsl'llatlniol ' Witch
Ha > el , Ant Pine , I a. Fir. MarigoldClever Clogs -
s ran , etc. . Forrxn DRUG AND CIIKMIC.U * Co ,
_ / ! i | a , _ For Iho relief and preven-
CvuLI/V / > tlrn. the In.Unt It Is applied
\ VOLTAICMheumUIsm , Neuralgia ,
vYUI ; / > //8cUtll'j Coughs , ColdsWeak
V" B k' Stomach and Bowels ,
. - Bbcotlng Palm , NumbneM ,
- Hysteria , Female Pains , Pal-
- - - - piut'on ' , Djspeptla , Liver
Cnmpl.lnt , lilillous Fever ,
Malaria anil Kplilemln , us
COI > ' INS' MASTERS , ( an
K f ctrlc Fattery combined
with a Poroua Platter ) and
authat pain. 25c Erervwber * . k&Th
( INCORPORATED ]
ITh's Company Is now prepared for to receive orders
SIOUX FALLS JASPER
And will make fitrures on round lota for piOmpt
do'.lvcry. The Company la shipping
| To both Chicago and Omaha , and solicits corns *
pondence aud orders from contractors en1
gaged In paying streets In any of tb
I Westom O.tles.
EupsniNTiKDFNT'a Orr.cn , Chicago , West Divis
ion Hallway , Cfilcago , December 6 , 1882. B ,
Elwcl ) , President Sioux Falls Water Power Com-
pany. Dear Sir I have received from jour com-
piny > > Ince October 1 , 18S2 , about 100 car 'lotds
of granite paving blocks and have laid them be-
tween the rails of our street railway tracki In the
heart of the city. I have boon using navlog ma1
terlal In this city for m ny years , and I take plea
sure In raving thit In uiy opinion the grnlto
. . form ,
and IB far as I have bicnableto Judge , are poa-
trssed ol M durable feature as any material that
haa ever ben offered or laid In 'he city. .
Yours , JAS. K. LAKE.
ST. Lot'is , March 22 , 1833.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This Is to certify that 1 have examine J a piece
of granite taken from the Sioux Falls Granite
Quarries , and , ID my opinion , It Is the best stone
for street paviugr I have teen In Amtrlca.
( Signed ) HENUY FLAD ,
.Prea. Board Public provementa.
Stone for Paving Purposes
And any pcrsn Interested In euch Improvements
will tlnd U grca Iy to hla odvantage to
communicate with us. Wo invite
CORRESPONDENCE ON THE
The general managcmint and supervision of
the company's bualneea la no-v In'the haads
of Wm. HcUalo.
Address your letters to
A. G. SENEY ,
Proildent of the J.sper Stone Co.
CORNICE WORKS' ' !
Iron and Slate Booting ,
0. SPEOHT , Proprietor.
1111 Douglas Sfc. - Omaha , Hob
JUNtrrAOTUBEB 0V GALVANIZED
Iron Cornices I
DORMER WINDOWS , FINIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Specht'a Patent Metallic Skylight Patent ,
Adjusted Hatchet Bar and Bracket
Shelving , I am the peneral agent
for the above line of goodi. j - _ "l
IRON FENCING ,
OrestlnRH. Balustrades. Verandas , Iron
Bank Railings , Window Blinds , Cel
lar Guards ; also
GENERAL AGENT FOR
PEERSON & EILL PATENT IN'
JOHN STADLES , JERQUE SCHAMP ,
President. Vice 1WI.
W. S. DEISHEN , See. aud Treas.
HAMACTURING CO O
Lincoln , Neb.
Corn Planter ! . Harrow * , Farm Rollers ,
Bulky Rakes Ducket t levntl , K rVlndmll s.
We are prepared to do Job work and manufac
turing for other parties ,
Addiess all ordeis to the
NEBRASKA MANUFACTURING CO ,
Lincoln , .Nob.
ARCHITECTS fcI ! I
Omaha National Bank Building ,
Genius EewariM ,
The Story of the Sowing Maohluo !
A [ handsome little pamphlet , blue and gold
cover with numerous engravings , will be
I to an iy adult person calling lor It , at any branch
or lub-otQc * ol th.e Singer Manulicturlnjf Com
pany , or "rill bo sent by mall , poit-pald , to any
perton Ih Ing at a d ttance from our office.
The Singer Manufacturing Oo I
Principal Office , .84 Union Square
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , ana
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Fall Line of the Best Brands of
OIGARS AMD IAMACTURED TOBACCO.
for BBHWOOD BAILS AND LAIDN & BAND POWDER CD
HALL'S ' SAFE AND LOCK
Fire and Burglar
X * O O 33E S , , O
1020 Farnham Street ,
HEATING AND BAKING
Is only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges. ;
WIRS ItAUZE OVER DOORS ,
For sale by
ROGERS & -SOJ3S
The only Coal mined west of the Mississippi River that is equ
in quality to the ROCK SPRING COAL.
THE OH LY IOWA GOAL
That will stock for a year without slacking or ahrlnklng.
Pronounced by all the leading brick men In Western Iowa HO the very beat
coal for burning brick ever need in the West.
EUREKA COAL AND MINING CO. ,
Frederic , Monroe Co. , Iowa.
MANUFACTURER OF FINE .
BUCGIES , CARRIAGES & SPRING WAGONS
, My Repository is Constantly filled - lth a Select Stock. Beat
taotory. 3 , W , Cor. iom ana uapnoi Avenue ,
m 2 ni&a-lv
WILLIAM SNYDER , 1
MANUFACTURED 0 ? V
First-Glass Fainting and Trimming , Repairing Promptly Dono.
1321 and 1323 Harney Street , corner Fourteenth Street , Omaha , Neb.
C. F. GOODMAN ,
AND DEALER IN
And Window Glass.
UAH A NEBRASKA ,
This Flour Is made at Salem , Richardson county , Neb. , In the combine
roller and stone system. Wo give EXOLITUVE sale of our flour to ono firm In
place. We have opened a branch at 1018 Oapltol avenue , Omaha.
Write for Prices. WAI . FNTIMP RFPPY s lem or Omaha , N fc
Address either V M L.CIN I ll i C Ob ncrrip mlMm
M. Hellman & Co.
1301 and 1303 Farnam St. Cor.
OMAHA , NEB.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
BASH , DOORS , BLIHDS , FOLDINGS , LI.V3E , CEMEK
3aTT. . k 1F B'3E13E& , 33TH7O..J
MT8TATS AQKNf FOB UILWAUKKE CKM5NT COUPANTl
Near Union Pacific - DepotOMAHA , SEB
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