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THE DAILY BEE-MONDAY JUNE 11.
to vigorously push a business ;
strength to study a profession ,
strength to regulate a household ,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what is wanted , In the often
heard expression , "Oh I I wish i
had the strength ! " If you are
broken down , have not energy , or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing , you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S ' IRON BIT
TERS , which Is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases ,
501 IT. Fremont St. , Baltimore
During the war I was In
jured in thcstomach , by apiece
of a shell , and have suffered
years ago it brought on paraly
sis , which kept me in bed six
months , and the best doctors
In the city said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion , and for over two
years could not cat solid food
and fora large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S ' IRON BITTERS Is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion , Dyspepsia , Malaria ,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true , reliable , non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood , gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves ,
If TV. J i vai lit ' jn
otliii lncf , vrealf
Jour rtutlri ftToki nlKht nork. o r -
" iorr bruin rwrvf . * -
Hop "uitttrio AXO DM MorCV.
It Ttm r norm MII ) I
fiicretlon or dl'ilpkl
rleC cr ulagta , old or L .8 , uafrlo , > f rw
noorhvKUborlJ.nKUtili | , . , ji tfd w B > -
utie , rtly on HopJ ] Bltter .
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ct l your T ni I fnrn o ( 1C I o n )
UMdi cltanilliK , loin' ptJlBttfcM thAt rev
in ? or ntlmulatlnc
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Too rrtil be thl > f.3UO , , - '
e credit jouitu DJ.rnltt.Vl.
Mop Blttor *
rr"Vrk ! : and
o r < nlrlUdti7 NEVEK
l i it n wj- arruot
r nvt your FAIL
lift , ft hn
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I C. ' " " < ! Cr . .CiU
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OO1VD MEDAI , , IV/iniS / , 1879.
Jlalnt TVrmfwn CAoroMfo , ( In hot
plrjiarillon of plain chocnlole for f ni-
llj uif. IMti'l ] ! rca/ait Oxoa.
from whlcli ( lie cicm of oil hoi been
removed , coilljr dlctilcj and admirably
mlnpleilforlnrallji. 7'iUrr'i t'amlltt
Ctioeolutt , aaa drink or citrn a con-
fcctlonf ry li A iltllcloui article | highly
recommended l > jr tourliti.Inter *
Jlroma , Inralutblo ai a diet fur clill-
drta. German Sweet CJiofalatet' a
moit excellent article for fimlllci.
Sold by ( JrociTS etcrjnhcrc.
W. B A.ICEK , < Ss CO. ,
Joreli iter , Mait ,
Thli Company U now prepared to receive ordon
SIOUX FALLS JASPER
Building Purposes ,
And will nuke fleurei on round lots ( or piompl
delivery. The Company li shipping
To both Chicago and Omaha , and Mlldt * corre-
poiidence aud orders from contractiri en-
gtKcd In paving itroetg In anr ol tbo
Wettern O.tlM ,
BtT isiM Ena'a OrncB , Chicago , West Dlvli
Ion lUllw y , Cblcago , December 6. 1882. D
Elwell , Pieeldeot Bloux Kails Water rower Com
pany. Dear Sir I have received from your coin
p\ny Mnce October 1 , 1832 , about 100 car loadi
of granite paring blocki and have laid them bet
t e i > the rail * of our itreet railway trucks In thi
heart of the city. 1 have been using ravingtna
terlal In this city for m ny yean , and I take plea
lure In ra ) Ing thit In try olulon the gnnltc
paving block * furnished by your company ar (
the moit regular In ibape and perfe t In form
and ta far ai I have been able to jujge , are pea
tossed ot u durahh feature u any material thai
has ever been offeed or laid Inhe city-
Yours , JAS. K. LAKK ,
[ Copy. ]
ST. Lofu , March 22 , 1883.
TO WIlwM IT MAY CONCEUN-
Thls la to certify that 1 have examined a plee
of granite taken from the Sioux Kalli Qranlt
Quarrlei , nod. lo my opinion , It la the belt iton
lor street paving I have teen In America.
( Signed ) IIENKY FLAD.
flea. Board Public Improvement ! .
Stone for Paving Purpssoi
And Any perioa Intercxttd Iniuchlmprotenienl
will Qed It greatly tohli tdtanUgoto
commaolc&to with ui. W lu\lto
CORRESPONDENCE ! ON TU ;
Th general nunavtmtat ind luperrlilcm
the cctrpijy'g builneu U DOT to tlio bauds I
oi Wm. Ucli&lo.
Address your let ten to
-A. a. SENEY ,
P/eilJtnt.o | tb Juptf 3tooe Co.
Rumor That The Union Pacific
Will Remove Its Shops ,
And Thata Union Depot Will
be Built on Ninth and
New Which , if Trno. li Important
The moat Important Horn of news
daring the past week was that con
cerning the proposed purchase of the
largo tract ot laud west of the city ,
near what is known DB "tho Sum
mit , " on the U. P. track.
It li generally believed that the ob
ject of this purchase Is to bnlld oxton-
alvo stock yards , which seems the
more plausible , as the track lies be
tween the U , P. cud B & M. , where
both oomo oloao together by their
carves , and form a convenient shipping
and roonlving location for stock goods
and psckiug house * .
Ono of the most prominent and well
Informed gentlemen In the city , bow-
ever , thinks the land is to bo nsod for
an entirely different purpose , Ho
says the Union Pacific folks have long
been anxious to remove their shops
from the river bottom , a treacherous
location and subject to floods or the
encroachment of the river , He be
lieves that the land in question has
boon chosen f.s the now alto for the
shops , and tha' the Union
Pacific company will bnlld
up a town of their own , such
as the city of Pullman , near Chicago ,
where the Pullman cir shoos are In
operation. Pullman Is ono of the
most beautiful places In the country ,
the shops , oflhoo , dwellings , etc. , beIng -
Ing of uniform style of architecture ,
nud tbo grounds laid out in avenues
nnd walks , with miniature lakes ,
fountains , bright lawns and beautiful
flower beds. It is an incorporated
city and rules ltolf. Saoh a place
is what our Informant thi'ika is
to bo built near Summit
andlt wonld lead to the cxtonelon of
the city limits and the building up of
additions out to that spot Ho also
oaya that he can Inii.glno no reason
why so large a tract should bo wanted
f-r stock yards or so largo a prioo
patd for a location fur that purpose.
In case the oohomo ho speaks of
were carried out thorlvor front wonld
bo utilized by the several railroad
companies for yards , freight honaos ,
etc. , and would bo graded and filled
up like the B. & M. "dump. "
It Is also rumored that negotiations
are In progress and plans very nearly
agreed upon for the erection of a fine
union depot by nil the roads , which
Is to bo located on the present site
of the Oanfiold House , on Ninth and
Farnsm. This would bo the most
convenient and available place In the
city for such n depot , and with the
yards on the river front , wonld make
ono of the groatc&t Improvemonto
Omaha could have ,
Of course the truth of those con
jectures la known only to the digni
taries of the various roads , who tnko
their own tlmo In perfecting their
plans and making them public , but It
very pleasant to oven think of the
possibility of cnch a ntrldo toward
iNVBSTMEwfc. Ono of our
prominent business men said to us the
other day : "In the spring my wlfo
got all run down and could not oat
anything ; pasting your otoroloaw a
pllo el Ilood'a Sarsaparilla in the win
dow and I got a bottlo. Aftorshohad
taken It n week she had n rousing ap
petite , and did her everything. She
took three bottles , and it was the best
throe dollars I over Invested. " 0. 1.
Hood & Co. , Lowell , Mass
A Thrilling Battle Between a
Railroad Agent and a
A Lady Who Had Preeence of
Mind in an Emergency.
Ono of tbo must Interesting of the
many burglaries committed In thla
city of late was that of wbioh Mr , 0.
B. Maxwell , ticket agent of the 0. ,
M. & St. P. road , was the victim Fri
Mr. Maxwell resides on South
Eighteenth etreot , and about 3 o'clock
yesterday was suddenly roused
from his slumbers to BOO a man stand
ing over him , whom ho know at onoo
to ho a burglar.
"Get out of this , yon con of aqanl"
said be , bat Instead of giving tbo man
a chance to cot ont ho grabbed htm
and was jerked ont of bed in an
Instant by the follow , who
struggled to got away. The lights
were all out and the contest was car *
rlod on in ( ho darkness , only the
forms of the two men being visible to
each other. They got out of the bedroom -
room into the dining-room , whore
something suddenly broke and the lu <
trader got away , falling ever chain
aud tobies in the parlor , running oul
the front door and around the bad
of the house into the alloy. Mr. Max
well was somewhat surprised to fine
thut ho had left in his grasp i
pair of panta , when ho sap-
posed ho had hold of the burglar
but on investigation fonnd that thuj
they were bis own , which the man hai
picked np to carry aw&y. Ho had holi
of the trousers , while the thief hull
onto the shoulder-braces with a doatl
8 grip until they finally broke and hi
wan obliged to ran ,
Whllo they wcro tussling in the din
ing room Mrr. Maxwell nwoko am
E called cut to her husband , "Charlie
what are yon dolnel" "There's
burglar in the house , " was th
ol answer. Qnlck as thought
Instead of putting ho
hobd under the pillows aud yollin
"fire ! " as most women would dc
Mrs. Maxwell said , "Hold on to hi a
Oharllo. I'll bring' your revolver in '
mlnuto. " The fact was th ore wan no
revolver in the house and Mrs. Max
well know it , but resorted to thin lit *
tlo snbtorfngo to terrify the thief ,
who , just at this juncture , got ( away
from her husband nnd escaped.
As soon as the visitor wa fiouo Mr.
Maxwell lighted a lamp and
brean investigating his loss.
Ho found hli vest containing
his watch , office koya , etc. , missing
and also his wife's portmonnalo , shop ,
ping bag , oto , , the latter containing
perhaps $4 or $5. This morning on
looking down the al'ey ' the vest was
found covered with mud and under it
the office keys , but watch , chain and
charm had been carried away.
When Mr. Maxwell asked his wlfo
wh t she meant by tolling him she
wonld bring his revolver , sbo said
"Oh , I know yon hadn't any but I
thought I wonld make him run ! "
The whole affair was ono of the
coolest on both sides that has been
heard of , and was in reality qulto a
little advontnro to look back to.
Without pretending to glvo an edi
torial opinion of a remedy of which
wo know nothing personally , wo du-
slro to ask those of our readers who
are afflicted with scrofulous or other
diseases of the blood , to examine and
test the claims of Hood's Sarsaparllla.
It cornea to ns with high Individual
endorsement ! ) , ia compounded by prac
tical druggists , and ia made of ma
terials recognized as valuable by all
Real Estate Transfers.
The following deeds were filed for
r-joord In the county clerk's office
Jane 8 , report oi for Tax BEE by
Amos' real estate agency :
John Rush , county troaanrer , to
Ferdinand Stroltz , deed , lota 10 and
11 , block 458 , and lot 10 , In block 409 ,
Grand View , 92.35.
John Rash , ooanty treasurer , to
Ferdinand Btrolty , lota 17 and 20 ,
block 469 , Grand View , 83 7 4
John Rash , county treasurer , to
Ferdinand S troll z. lota 10 and 11 ,
block 446 , Grand View , $5 47.
Fruncla E. Bally nnd wlfo to OIo
Olaen , q. o , d. , o 15J feet of lot 113 ,
and w 78j- foot tf lot 114 , Nelson's
add. 12 00.
James Thompson ot ai. to O. T.
Davis , w. d. , w i of nw | of BO ] , 20 ,
1C , 13-82.50.
A. E. Jonyolln to W. 0. VunDe-
wood , lota 7 aud 8 , Terroca'a add ,
John Rash , county treasurer , to
Fordenand Streltz deed lot 4 , block
440 , Ciraud View 81 82.
A utoAmboat captain from Gouhcn ,
Was hurt by a boiler explosion ;
Oa the pains in hla hip ,
St. Jacobs Oil got the grip ,
Ho calls it the all-healing lotion.
Not Allowed to Graduate.
Special Dlipttch to Tnic Bun.
BALTIMOKE , Juno 9. A cpeolal
from Annapolis to day saya that when
Cadet Greene , first graduate , marched
np to roccivo his diploma to-day , twen
ty graduates applauded , among them
three officers of graduating class ,
Glastcock , Webster and Gray. Oapt.
Ramsey sent them to the frlgato Santee -
too , aud wonld nut lot them graduate.
WELLS' "HOUGH ON CORNS. "
Ask for WolU1 "Rough on Coma .
IBo. Qalckcomplpto , permanent cure ?
Corns , warts , bunions.
BpocUl Dtapntch to TUB Ilia.
NEW YOUK , Jane 9. Arrived ,
Elbe , from Bremen.
HAVBK , Juno 9. Arrived , Franco ,
from Now York.
SpecUl Dltpatch to Tui Iiu .
NEW YORK , Jane 9. Raaorvo de
crease. 82,475. Banko now hold $9-
009,170 In oxoo.ia of legal require
Eyes brighten , cheeks become rosy ,
mnaclcB gain strength by the nco of
Brown's Iron Blttora.
Special Dlapatch to Tui Bu.
GliiOAao , Juno 9 , The grain
warehonao of Douglas , Stewart &
Forrest on Sixteenth street burned
thla mornlntr. Lois , $1CO,000 ; in-
oared , fGO.OOO.
The Maverick National Bank ol
Boston drawa foreign exchange , bnyi
and oella Government and other in
vestment securities , and transacts anj r
business for Its correspondents in the
line of banking. m&th-mo
Young man or woman , If yon wanl
big money for a atnnll amount , take t
certificate la tbo Marriage Fund Mut
ual Trust Association , Cedar llapldi ,
\Vanta Her Name Chanjrod.
Special Dispatch to TUB Him.
CiiioAoo , Juno 9. Frances M. See
vlllo , slater of Ohoa. Gnltean , whc
was divorced from her husband Goo ,
Soovlllo. last January , filed a potltloi
in the circuit court yesterday to have
her name changed to Franola Marie
THB BAD AND WORTHLESS
Are never imitated or counterfeited ,
This la especially trno of a famllj
medicine , and it is positive proof thai
the remedy imitated is of the highest
value. As soon aa it had boon testoc
and proved by the whole world tha
Hop Bittora was the purest , beat am
most valuable family medicine oi
toarth many Imitations sprung np am
bogon to steal the notfcoo in whlol
the press aud people of tbo country
had expressed the merits of H. B ,
and in every way trying to induce anf
ferlng invalids to use their ntufl In
stead , oxfectlng to make money 01
tha credit and good nnmo of U. B
Many others started nostrums pat u ;
in similar style to U. B. , with vari
onsly devised namea in which th
" " " " used ii
word "Hoj > oa "Hops" were
away to induce people to believe the ;
were the sixmo an Hop Bitten. AI
10 such pretended remedies or cnroo , n
matter what their style or name i
and especially those with the wor
' . 'Hop" or Hops In their name or i
any way connected with them or thol
name , are Imitations or counterfoil
Beware of thorn. Touch uono c
them. Using nothing but genuine Uc
Bitters'with a bunch or cluster <
green Hops'on the whlto label , Trui
nothing oleo , Druggists aud deale :
are warred against dealing In Imltr
counterfeits' * '
tons or ,
* ' ' ' j
The Grand Island Independent f y :
"The U. 8. circuit court for this district ,
Juilxea Miller and Dumly presiding , de
cides that attorney * ' fees can be legally
collected In Nebraska when made a part
ot a contract In n note , and that the pro
vision for such fee * In addition to the law
ful Interest ciunot in any sense be con
strued to make usury nor can the provis
ion far such n foe make the note any the
less negotiable. This Is an Important de
cision , inasmuch as It WAR generally RUD-
poiied that an attorney fee could not bo
collected since the repeal of the attorney
fee law of Nebraska , "
Lincoln Journal : There la a man living
Just west of town under whose boute It ia
said thirteen skunks haio congregated ,
and ho in oonttquently in considerable
trouble. They will not come out or go
nway , and be doesn't dare to shoot them.
Thirteen of these highly-scented animals
ought to make an Interestlcggroupof sum.
There ix n project on foot to start a pot
tery at Kennttrd. A resident of that
town who claims to bo posted In the busi
ness , Buy * there Is an abundance of the
right kind of clay for making earthen
ware , in that locality , and proposes to go
Into thp business.
The annual convention cf lh > > druggUti
of Nebraska will convene in Lincoln on
Tuesday , June 12th. It -xpt-uted l that
not less than 125 drug itt will no In at
tendance , Ecteorlte i rxj | > ruti < ) UD have
bee m de for their rnlertbintnent.
It in said that landi at thu Otoe reserva
tion sale , on the 30th. brought at least $8
or 89 r-r acre more than fully an good land
can be bought at private sale in the vicinity
of the reservation , and in tlut section of
Nebraska City business men are holding
meetings for tbo purpose of organizing n
company to build n railroad In a south
westerly direction from tbut city. They
will call it the Iowa , Nebraska & Kansas
The postmaster at Arapahoe In in re
ceipt of n letter from parties in New Jer
sey , desiring to know If there Is a locality
where about 100 families can find enough
vacant government land upon which to
locate a colony.
Five Washington county grand jurors
did not believe that tbo murder of a
newly-born babe WM a crime , and there
fore re I need to indict a wcman of that
connty who was vullty of infanticide.
A paper called The Reservation News
has been published at Wyuiore during the
incitement incident to the sale of the Otoe
lands and distributed free on all trains run
ning to that lection of county.
There baa been considerable talk lately
of organizing a company , wlcb a capital
of 920,000 , to run a packing house in Sut-
ton. No definite conclusion has yet been
Stockholders of 'V > n HnU county cream
ery company rm H v-tccl to Increase tbo
capital stool' 10 lO.OOO-to 85.0CO at once
and the Hunt when needed ,
A Wnyni ! horse thief stole a horse , was
captured , indictedby _ the grand jury , nnd
sentenced to three'yearn In the peniten-
Hard , nil within 48 hours.
Ton thousand , of fifteen thcuiand dollars
lars required , have been iubjcrbcd ! toward
the cructlun of a Congregational church at
Jan-en Dnncan , of Wood River , who had
been drinking , took a dose of hydruta of
of chloral to quiet his nerves , and died In
ten minutes ,
Now that Decoration Day la past , ex-
tentive preparations to celebrate the
Fourth are being mads all over the
Three Burt connty caloen keeper , ] must
pay $2,400 to thewtfe ] of a man who , when
drunk , witR killed by bin team running
It is "Bald that the condition of Morre ,
the man shot at Fiemont , is more favora
ble , nnd bin case ia becoming uioro encour
A novel feature of tbo reunion at Hast
ings this year will be a battnllion of young
ladles in unifotm , cirryicg brooms.
A switchman named Geo. Heaves was
run over and fatally Injured ttt Lincoln
A rattle snake large enough to kill an
ox WM killed on the railroad at Aurora
last week ,
A mare 21 years old in Washington
county hits jint given birth to her eigh
teenth colt ,
The Suttnn creamery expects to bousing
the cream from l.OCO cowa by the middle
A counterfeiter baa been getting In bin
work on some unsuspecting parties in
The first of ten wells to be sunk in
Kearney In case of fire was completed last
Three New York men have invested
350,000 in a Stauton county stock ranch.
The cattle ranches north of Sidney are
being fenced. Settlers are warned off.
It la stated that the Flatte river was
highest last week that was ever known.
North Band oUImi to hava the finest
fourth-class poitoffice In the state.
Ticket sales at the Fairmont depot last
month amounted to over $1,200 ,
A weekly trade journal is HOOD to make
its appearance in Llnooln.
> Brock ban filed papers for incorporation
under the village act.
Many farmers It Oass county are plant *
Ing corn the third time.
Boons county It the latest to want a
Jack rabbit hunts are now the order of
OrdJi B twpbtlck kilns In operation.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of so-
cnriuc n soft and brilliant
Complexion , no matter how
poor it may naturally 1)0.
Kazan's Miurnolia Balm is ft
delicate and harmless arti
cle , which instantly removes
Freckles , Tan. lledness ,
Roughness , Eruptions , Vul
gar .Flushings , etc. , etc. So
delicate ana natural are its
eU'ocls that its use is not
suspected bjr anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured 1'aco in
society when the Magnolia
Halm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
D TIJT. 1'ltICKS AIJVANCH nnd th
llli.sTiiri-Milil , Ituy UiMifriil IliiUnlii
ailmio i > tii mill lima TOWN LOT ;
now while llicy lire clinil' . Town
r < m ii riii > > < llv. lnrrrnHii riTiuhi. Thj
SI'i : MII.\TI ( N OI'Tllli DAY. N.tIAl.1
t'AI'ri'Ali ' ItlXMJIKKU. Kor Inforiuatio :
Imiulreot CUAULis : K. H1.tl.MO.NS , In
Ooiumlttloiier O.AK. W. If V. CHIUAUO.U
of James H. Peabody , M. D ,
PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON
Rwidonco No. 1407 Joneo St.
OfflcB No. 1507 Farnara S .
in Office tours , 12 m. to 1 p. m , and 3 p. m. to
n- p. m. -
Tel ephoue for cfiize , 97 ; Roatdonco. 12
/J" V'f / .
Mrs. S. A. Allen's
IS PERFECTION/ '
Public Bonofaotroso. Mrs. _ S.
A. ALLEN has justly earned tlm title ,
and thonvinds arc tm ! day rejoicing
over a fine head of hair produced by
her unequaled preparation for restor
ing , invigorating , and beautifying the
Hair. Her World's Hair Restorer
quickly cleanses tire scalp , removing
Dandruff , end arrests the fall ; the
hair , if gray , is changed to its natural
color , giving It the amc vitality and
luxurious quantity 03 in youth.
hair is now restored to its
youthful color ; I have not
a gray hair left. I am sat
isfied that the preparation
is not a dye , but acts on
the secretions. My hair
ceases to fall , which is cer
tainly an advantage to me ,
who was in danger of be
coming bald. " This is
the testimony of all who
use Mrs. S. A. ALLEN'S
WORLD'S HAIR RESTORER.
"Quo Bottle did It. " , 1 hat K the
expression of many who have had
their gray hair restored to its natural
color , und their bald spot cohered
with hair , after using one bottle at
MRS. S. A. ALLEN'S WORLD'S HAIR
It is not a dye.
JOUtTSTABLKS , JEROME SOUAMP ,
President. Vice Prcs't.
W. S. DEISUEN , Sic ouJ Troas.
Lit coin , Neb.
Oorn Planters Harrows , Farm Rollers ,
Sulky Rahes Bucket tlevatl. . g Wlndmll s.
We are prepared to do job work and manufac
turing for other parties ,
Addte 9 all ordeis to thn
SNEB11ASKA MANUFACTURING CO ,
Lincoln , Nab.
MAYERIUK NATIONAL B&NK.
Cor , Water and Conaresi Streets.
CAPITAL , - - S4OO.OOO
SURPLUS , - - * t OO.OOO
Transacts a general Bonking business , Bo-
oelvea the accounts of Banks , Bankers and
other * . Draws Foreign Exchange and
makes Cable Transfers in Europe and Tel *
egraphlo Transfers of Money throughout
the United States. Buyi and lella GOT *
eminent and other Investment Securities ,
and executes any business for Its Uorre <
spondenti in the line of Banking.
ASA P. POTTEf President.
J. J. EDDY , Oathler.
J. W. WORK , Ast'tOaihlir.
RUBBER BOOTS ,
SHOES & ARCTICS.
10,000 , OASES ,
Including standards and grades tc
match , are offered tothe jobbing trade
at losa than manufacturers' prices by
FIELD , THAYER & 00- ,
170 Congren Gtreot ,
HAS THE BSST STOOK IN OMAHA ANDMAZES THB LOWEST PEIOES
Have now been finished in our store , ma ! '
ing it the largest and most complete
In the West. An additional story has been
built and the five floors all connected
HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS , ,
Ono Exclusively for the use of Passengers. Thpse immense warerooms -
rooms -throe stores , are 66 ieet wide-aro filled with the Grand
est display of all kinds of Household and Office Furniture evei
All are invited to oall , take the Elevator on the first floor
and go through the building and inspect the stock.
OHAS. SHIVERICK ,
1206 , 1208 and 1210 Farnam Street , Omnha
Fire and Burglar Proo f
1020 Farnham Street ,
SALVANIZED IRON CORNICES ,
Window Caps , Finials , Skylights , &c.
THIRTEENTH STREET. OMAHA , NEB
118 FARNAM ST.
m & BOTTLED BEER ,
THIS EXCELLENT BEER SPEAKS
FOB ITSELF ,
Orders from any part ot 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 Corner 13th and Barney Streets.
J.M. BRUNSWICK &BALKEGO.
JUNE GTH , 1883.
In order to protect the public Against the Imposition of Mountebanks m our line , we
have concluded to oiler
BILLIARD MATERIALS AT COST.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES :
OMAHA OORNIOE Wo R KS
BUEMPING & BOLTE , Proprietors
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofers
MANUFACTURERS OF ;
Ornamental Oalvanizefl Iron Oornices , Iron Sky Lights , Etc.1
S1Q South Twelfth Street , OMAHA ,
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