Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 04, 1884, Page 7, Image 7

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    TUL DAlt / BEE THUllSDAV fiEPTEMBttE 4. 188-1-
Has Enlarged nnd He-fitted Uis Store , mid Offers Extra luduccnionts to
Purchasers of DRY GOODS , FANCY GOODS ,
AND LADIES' AND GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS.
743 Broadway , . . . . Council Bluffs ,
t.
moo
offer
for ( AMI 101 KleKRiitrcsIJcncoonKatnamSt ,
. . . 'ocka ' Irrm postolllct1 , tcrncr lot , ( I7J foct
in t' nt , Juston new grade ; house 11 rooms , nlth
orv , . Modern Itnpnncmcnt , $3,000 cash , lialancoim
lour ) earn' time , ,
I'OlTEll .V C011U , 1615 Firnam St.
' 201 Thtco flno lirlck rc'Uenccs on
IpOR'SAIiE , between Dojgo and Farnam. All
modern lmiro ) > entente , c nt front , and ag Investment
' " > aylOper cent net. Ono haU tash , balance on
" .inc.
rOTTEU fc COB11,1515 rarnam St.
flALE IPS Flno rc'Idcnco on Bit. Tlcajant
o , Ii blocks oft 1'ark nvomic , 14 room , all
Improvements. Lot 0 feet south front.
'U'rlco 87.000.
* Sy POTTKK & COBI1,1B15 Fftrnara St.
This letter 134
U-fii House ami lot on Georgia ave-
battlo. iJJtl bofoDlock 80ulh , 8tt . ' .
* juiuufi auunt ui ub. Mary's nvenuo
beautiful [ spot lllot. house new , 8 rooms. Cheap ,
ha con3ict ; ondj'TTEU&COBBIBIS ' rarnamst.
the pUcs of socl'
n't , JrS 132x13 ! feet east front , on llth
ings. Jflf moalrl)0ri wlthhou80 c room3. ( table ,
ib ? prootirua anai1 ° nni1 ( rult trce3 wl" ' ' eol(1 ttt
" b vvl * b { 'OlTEIlk COBB | 1615 Knrnam St.
radaa nnd trlonj
poillt of the b l03 South and cast corner 65x130 ,
_ in i.- . - . i , Am houso. now , shade and fruit trees ,
wlil 00 OXcaa 0 . , on Charles street , Shlnn'a 3rd
tucnta.
1D15
equal to the \
spared v dl fnrnL , ,01190 „ roomi nlccot , on S5th
't jf it block north ot St. Mary's menue.
tt\sy tcrmn.
of thu rCUllio 'OrTEIt & COnB , 1C15 Knrnani St.
1 and prvmises
+ . .U , „ . T1S ° House 7 rooms In flue repair , on
wrcsciKg.luoj fronti on ijouj-laa street , near
ha heat rot < arm Ka9 > 'lcrn"-
OTTKll COUI ) | 161B FRrnamst.
tO te < tnjau Flno house , 10 rooms on 2l6t ,
, .Or outhand cast fronts , oiio block off
ut Lrollml , . | .rlce S7 > 500i 1ay ;
lf I'OTTKIl & , COI1I1. IBID Pjruam St.
184 Kttlf lot , gooil locality , small
etc. 1'rico $1.010 , one-half cash.
t'OTfEU & COIIB , IBIS Faruam St.
7011 SALIJ 103 T o lioii 03 , 7 room' , and lots In
Ilorbach'd 1st addition , conu'drath cly new and
oed sliat c. Trices 82,300 , ! . ! ,700.
ron'KK A. C01IU , IDIS Farnam St.
OH 8AT.K 163 Good Iiomo. lot 45x135 on Ham
If 1 lltou etrcut. barn , mitbiilMtnirn , $3,000 Easy
tcrma. rOTFUlt & 001)11 , 1016 Fariiam St.
\ SArE 171 Lot south front OOUeS , 5 room
1T\OU
1 coUagu , btstdva closets and bath room , many
kinds of fruits , shade trees , vtn , ? 3,230. Kasy terms.
POTtUKiV C011I ) , ID 15 Farnam St.
HATK-Tot3 In Hlltslds aolltlons , best In the
IpOH
1 city for residence ? .
1'OTThU &COD1I , 1515 Putnam St.
FOU SAtiE lot" , meant'and lmi > ro\od , In all
parts of the city. Call on us.
I'jrriUl A , OOllU , 1515 Farnam St.
iraOIl SALK tidts at Intersection of Farnam street
JL and Lena avenue , itfrom $100 to ? JOO each , $26
cash and HO per month.
1'JTTEK & COint , 1515 Farnam St.
FOU SALE 580 acres U miles south of Union
stork jnrds. Will sell SO , 100 , 240 or 3W acres In
body. land Improved , houses , barns , orchards , etc ,
eto. Bargain at from $45 to & > 5 per aero. Terms
very easy. 1'0'ITEU & COBB , 1615 Farnam St.
FOIl SALE 0000 acres cfjand In Che } en no coun
ty , Xcbraaka , at $3.00 per aero.
1'OTTnn A. COBU , 1515 FarnamEt.
"IT'OU 'SALK 5,000 sxcru ) of good land In Goepcr
J' county , at S3 60 per acre.
ruiTElt A , C'OUl ) , 1515 Farnam Etrccr.
Foil SALII Soi oral sections In Daweon county at
0.50 per acre.
acre.1'OITEIl & COH11 , ISID Farm.m St.
> CH SALE 10 000 acres of desirable land In Dou-
J7 ga ] < ) . Mirpy , Cumin ; ; , Nanca , .Merrlck , liulTalo ,
Kearney , llujor and Lincoln counties.
1'Ori'EH & COUI5 1516 Farnam St.
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T'ley Are Without A Bival.
AND
Have.been Awarded One Euudred and eighteen Prize
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years. And
EMflM IF tiie [ Ireaiost LMm Mists ,
'iTHiF ' *
IN
ho abili ° 'iatjon of tuese magnificent JPiauos is politely requested
before prti. ? ; ing any other instrument.
General Western Reprcseu tatives.
P , S , Also Gen'l Agt's for KNABE , VOSE & SONS ,
BEHR BROS. , and ARION PIANOS , and SHONINGER
CYMBELLA and CLOUGE & WARREN ORGAN.
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OUMINGS AND 20THST , , OMAHA , NEB
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
FIXING FOR THtl FAIR ,
Council HlnOX to 1)0 AVcll
oil Aofoss the Khcr ,
In addition to tlio list published in
TUB BBB of ycatordny of the Council
Illulfr people who nro to exhibit at the
Nebraska state fair to bo hold in Omnhn ,
September oth to 12th , are the follow-
in ; ' :
Husaell & Co , will bo represented by
K. C Harris , who will exhibit steam
diglm-a mid separators ,
J. Mueller , plaiioa nnd organs. The
81,000 Uardman piano , n premium by
Air. Mueller , will bo included in his exhibit
hibit , which will bo in ohargo of JST. . ) .
SwntiBonnnd SI. P. llrnco ,
13. V. Lowia nnd F. Geor willreprcaen
the Churchill rump company.
PKUSONAIj.
U. F. Clayton , of Mnccdonln , was in tin
city yc.itenlay ,
I ! co , 1J. Wcsloy hai left for St. .Too to at
tend the fair.
Toir Cnrlislo mul ifo , of Missouri Valley ,
were yesterday at the 1'acitic.
JL J , Chambers and K. Kciijaniln , attor
uoys from Avoca , were iu tno city yustorday.
A. Mann , the insurance Mann , left ycstor
day for llawatht ! > , ] Cw. : , liis old lionu1 , u\tt ) > cl-
lug to return in a fo\v daya.
Itcv. , T. M. Ohalliulio is well-known by
his former couuoctiou with the Herald of this
place , and later with thu Ked Oak Express , is
in tlio city grootiiiR his many friends here
again ,
L. Uookholf intends goinfj to Woodbine
todny to see about hla little nephew , a son ol
Ii. Jj , lioekhoir , who was bitten by a rattle
snalvo while picking blackberries on Mr. L
D. Harris' place the other day. The boy 1
between eight and nlnu years of ngo , and ho is
reported as sulTering badly , his ICR beintf terri
bly swollen.
S. W. Vorgnson having sold his real cstato
and loan business here , now starts to join his
family who.no visiting their old Missouri
loiuo , and after a few weeks rest and recruit-
ngof health , which is not of the best , will ro-
, nrn to settle up his matters hero. Mr. Fer
jtison has boon here for about n year , and
during that tiino has dona u largo business ,
calling over a quarter of n million of dollars
jcsidas his other dealings. lie has made for
limEclf en excellent lepntation in business
circles , and his also won for himself many
fricn Js who hope that \ \ ith regained health
xnd icnewed stroiigth hu may decide to con
tinue a lesident of Council BlulTH wliich needs
nst such men.
Itciil K tao ( XraiiarorH.
The following transfers were lilod in
the county clork's ollico yesterday nnd
reported for THE BBC by P. .1. McMa-
liono , September 2 , 188-1 :
Samuel I Poppo to Alfred Johnson.
part of 12-74-38. ? 37.uO.
.John Matson to Oscar Noti" , lota 3 and
4 blk 10 , Walnut , $1,2GO.
Helen E Gouldou to George Brass
fisld , part lot G blk 8 Boors add , $500.
J 1 * ' Peterson to T C Brougham , part
sw.J nw. } 3C-7C-43 , § 1,800.
Xavier Molmtt to Joseph Soobolt.
part BW | sw } 1-77-44 , § 40.
AJPattooto Moses Wholon , noj
3-70-42 , nnd no nwj 5-75-42 , § 1,971.
Elvin Larno to Emelino Slocuin , part
mv | ne | 12-75 40 , § 1,000.
Kmohno Slocom to Jnmos C Nelson ,
sol swf and part wA BW17540 } ,
$1,500.
Total sales , § 7,208.
St. Patrick's Society.
The members of the St. Patrick's Benevolent -
novolont society are requested to meet in
their hall this ( Thursday ) evening , at 8
o'clock sharp , to inako arrangements to
follow in funeral procession , the remains
of their late beloved brother Reverend
Father Mulhollnnd , to the grave. By
order of the president.
EnwAiti ) A. WICKHAM ,
Hccrotary.
COMMEItOIAIi ,
COUNCIL BLUKFH StAnKKT.
CoUNOir , 1JI.U1T8 , IOWA , Sept. . ' ! , 188) .
Wheat-No. 1 milling , 75SO ; No. It , GE@
70 ; rejected fiO.
Curn Local purposna , 40 ® 15.
Oats For loc.d purposoH , M © ! " .
llay-810 00@1'20U per ton ; baled , 50@CO
Ilyo 40@irc.
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices nt yards , 0 00@
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; coft ,
1 00 per ton
Lurd 1'nirbank'fl , wholca-illng nt Oic.
I'lonr City Hour , 1 C0@3 KO.
Brooms 2 D5@3 00 per doz.
LIVK HTOCK.
Cattle liutchor cows 3 00@3 U , ; . Uutcher
Btoors , 1 OOte I 23.
Sheep It.no.
Hogs 112505. ! .
rUODUCE AND XIIOITH.
Quotations by J. M. St. John & Co. , com-
mlHsion merchants , 51)8 ) liroadway.
Poultry Ilve old hone , 7c ; spring chickens ,
2 00SjU ( CO per doz.
Pi-achos-A bus. box , 1 00.
] , oiuoim 1 50.ri 00 jor box.
Uuttcr Creamery , 18@20c ; country , CC"1
ICc.
ICc.JCggs 11 per dozen.
VegotabloH Potatoes , : tO@4Cc per buphel ;
onions , I0 ( , f)0o per bit ; apples , chi-icij cooking
or eating , 2 fJOfoll 00 ; boann , 1 75f 2 60 pur
jushol ; Hwcot notatoen , 4 00 oor Mi ) ,
IOWA ITKM8.
The now directory gives Kookuk n
population of 18,000.
The Plymouth Holler Mill company ,
of LonmrB , capital § 50,000 , has boon in-
corporatcd.
Millers report the now crop of wheat
n excellent condition , and the boot they
lave handled for four years.
The Chinamen of Uurlinj-ton propose
to take the atarch out of Frunchinen in
that city by refusing to do their washing.
The big distillery nt Doa Moiiics has
manufactured , during the past month ,
2,250 barrels nnd 205 puncheons of alco
hol and highwincu.
U is reported that the telephone com *
[ > aiui. & of the state propose to ralso thii
rent for tiao of inalrumenta , claimini ;
; hat present rates are inadequate to pay
cxpcnsen ,
Tlio body of Paul A. Phippin land
juyer , was found near Thayer Friday
norning. Ueath was caused by fright
occasioned by the approach of a nlorrn
vhich ho thought to bo n cyclone.
The 0. U. , V ( .t. have got the now
double track fimahud between Ottumwa
ind the Des Aloines bridge and also be
tween llueeoll nnd Chan ton nnd traina
commenced wing them Sunday the
C. M RIUIS , n Cedar lapids ? brewer ,
has Hied his petition nnd bond asking for
luavo to manufacture nnd soil ale , beer ,
porter , olc , for mechanical nnd medicinal
purposes. The petition contains 4 (0 ( sig
natures , nnd will come up for hearing
before the board of supervisors nt the
September session.
In its cll'ort to obtain the proposed
Presbyterian college , Kort Dodge has
already secured throe names for § 500
each , live for § 200 each , nnd three for
§ 100 each , besides numerous subscrip
tions for smaller amounts. There nro
also several donations of lam ! * and lots
of considerable vnluo , including one of
eighty ncrca of land worth § 10 per ncro.
In n dilliculty nt Klngsloy a few dnys
ainco , growing out of the ulosing of
Scott Bros. , moat mnrkot by forced sale ,
Walter Scott was shot by Marshal Am-
merman , the ball biking ell'oct In the loft
leg and indicting n painful but not dangerous -
gorous wound. The men were clinched
nt the time , nnd the officer claims that'ho
did net purposely discharge his weapon.
It is stated that n singular bank swin
dle occurred nt Hcd Oak recently. 11 ,
N. Mooro's cashier , n young man by the
namoof Kincaid , in Mooro'a nbsonso
loaned his brother § 5,000 for five years
nt 8 per cent. , nnd then loaned himself
§ 5,010 nt the same rate nt the name time
both brothers signing each nno. Moon
cnmo homo nnd the cashier bold mul
brazenly told him about it. Moore saw
that the young man had the drop on him
as ho was his own caahior , so ho com
promised the deal by giving the Kincaidi
§ 2,500 to got tiio remainder of the § 10 ,
000 back.
_ _
A Itulmko ' .HovorKod ,
Sister Crimea nftor hearing tlio announcement
nouncoment from the pulpit of the an
nual camp mooting , nt once determined
to go.
"Ef the weather pnrmits , " said she to
lior friend Miss Simpkins , " and Provi
dence is willin' , shall I go an' stay thro'
the ineotiu1. "
Accordingly the nuciont hair trunk was
packed and Sister Grimes sot out. The
tirsc few miles were uneventful , nnd won
passed in counting the telegraph poles
and musing upon the infinit. Suddenly
a change came ever the spirit of her
dreams. She oat upright , with n startler
expression , which soon changed to ono
of indignation. Suddenly she faced
about nnd addressing n mild looking
man with a white nccktio , who sat bo
iiind her , inquired in n voice of terror.
" \Vhat do you moan by insulting mo
n this manner ? "
' 'Indeed , madam "
"You needn't 'indued , mailnm , ' mo
You know you did it nnd you needn't
deny it , you onnctimonioua old hypo
crit. "
"Prny excuse mo , madam , but "
" 1 won't excuse you , you roprobato. '
"What is the matter , madam/ / " In
quired the conductor who waa attracted
jy Mr.s. Grimes indignant tones.
"Why , this old sinner has boon in
suiting me. "
"What has ho done , madam ? "
"llo has well ho has been pinching
my nnk that is , my foot. "
"Madam , " said the solemn looking
man , "what n monstrous fabrication. "
"Suppose you arise for a moment , '
suggested the conductor.
"There , ho has just done it again , '
screamed Sister Grimes.
"Bless soull" the
my ejaculrted no
ouscd.
Sister Grimes leaped from her seat to
the aisle , with lire in her 030 , and the
conductoo pulled from beneath the seat n
largo bag , from n hole in which protrud
cd the head of a largo game cock , glaring
lorcoly about and lunging with his pow
erful beak at whatever lay near.
"Madam " said the
, solemn-looking
wan , "yon BOO it was your own wretched
jird that haa demo the mischief. You
lave accused an innocent man of a honi-
ous oflonsc , while you , yourself , nro on
? our way to attend n cock fight. Thus
t is that Satan betrays his followers. "
IjtullCH in America ,
eng before they reach middle ago fro-
puontly iind themselves suffering from
omo of tlio complaints nnd weaknesses
icculiar to their sex. For nil such Kid-
icy-Wort is n great boon. It induces
icalthy action of the Kidneys , Liver nnd
3owols , cleanses the system , and
strengthens and gives now life to all the
mportnnt organs of the body. It ia na
urea great assistant in establishing nnd
ustaining health. Sold by all druggists.
BTiuul nnd HiiHlo Tftlk Politics ,
lope It. Cody in Naporvillo Kay.
"But isn't Mr. Cleveland all right ? "
"Cleveland ! Why Suaio Ivory I llavo
rou gene crazy ? Why , ho don't uvon ride
o the capitol in the morniim ! Yes , ho'a
nst that vuluar ! And then his nock !
Why , the Tiibuno said n six-foot measure
vouldn't reach around it , and you know
ho Tribune ulwaya tells the truth , and
hen ho wears a turndown collar , ana n
ilver watch , nnd an old bach , too ! Oh ,
ny , ho woul'ln't make n good prenidonl' ' "
"Well , Maud , what's the matter with
51aino ( '
"Well , ho'fl about the best , but ho
wrote those M. U. Llignn letters , ypu
know ! " "What "
were thoyV Spooney ?
"Well , 1 nm not very clear on thorn ,
nysolf , but I Huppnso they nro Homo love
otters ; soft , you know ! "
"But how is Butler ? "
"Bah ! HO'H croaa-oycd and wears n
ourtoon uhoo ! "
"Well , Maud , I guess you are right ;
non had not better voto. But lot's HBO
ain't there a St. John ? "
' Worse and worse ! Why , Susie Ivory ,
low can you mention himHo / dyes his
nustacho ! Susie ! Susie ! Wnat are wo
coining to ? "
And after declaring that she would
never vote , Maud took her leave.
jtiTIVrlrcitlon. The Scarlet , Cardinal Hod
lid field , Navy Jiluo , Sou ! Drown , JJiainoiu.
JVCH nivo perfect rcmiltH. Any faiiliioimblc
oW , JOc. , at ( IrugRinta. Wolla , Kiclmrdiioi
k Co. . Jiurliugton , Vt.
More About tlio CJrooly Kvpcd Itlon ,
Ci.KVKLANiiHuptoinber3. Horgti Urainard
IK ] Long , and 1'rlvnto Conrioll of tlus O'coly
xpmlltlon ( ire now hero , They were u
IIM morning telegrams from Wa-ihlngton
taling that an army ollhi-r who lian noon the
ll.irionays ( the HIIWVOM whun found wcro
n two lurtlen , onn Im.wli-d by JJrainanl. the
tin i by Long living snperatcly and icfu-lng
( iHieak. | Tliat ( iu-nli W.IH an invalid llio
nut two immtlm mid thi- party headed by
Iralnnrd curnl for liim llkii a thlld ; that
tH.ding ratiuna wi-io a uniiinoii practlco , nnd
hat InmtiTH tent out for liiidi concealoJ
hum fur Uunneolvo-i. l iich of thono utnto-
nunta liraiiutil , J.ong , and Coimoll deny
iniiliutiually ,
Tliuy Hay tlio party W H not dividrd , lint
vlnlo ( ivuiiloptln uMalltfliit liruiutird and
< ( Hi/cloit | together inidur the fly of the tout
Micauvi the mtorlor of tlio tunt wan not litrxe
iioiigh f r ail. "crrfuarit Urainard nuyH ( Jrnoly
talkuil ovnry day ami wan iililuanduoinijcteiit
o command tlio piity , which liodld tliiuu hut -
ut All iigreo tliat nuboily wa < Bliol except
imiry. A Hptclal teport of tlio BUMIU
llicer BftjB Urainard was much ntro Kor than
ho reHt and whnn.ho raiim atioard tlio Hear
aid "Oh , J c-juld uat tliu "tulf and di oht it , "
lid when Buinn cue ut thu rejiiilog party
nntlood tlio nWnco of 1'axoy'n body. Itrainari
ai < l "I just ( iniMiiil the l.wt of him Ix-forn yoi
nrril. l. In rcfercnco to thU llrnlnnrd al (
tlic clliccr ulio n > | H < rtod that wni a lin e rlni
derrr and denies all tlit , and Imn and ( \n
neil coroborato tlio donlnl.
Tlio Terrible Ilrnln
Which scrofula han upon the system inns
bearrcstcd , and the blood must bo pun
lied , or serious consequences will ensue
Kor jiurifying nnd vitalizing ellecls
Hood s Sarsapanlla has been found superior
rior to any other preparation. It i > xpil
every trace of impurity from the blood
and bestows now lifo nnd vigor upon every
ory function of the body , enabling it to
entirely overcome disease.
A Kntnl HliiMl ,
SiuiiON. I'll. , Sept. 3. 1-wt o\cnlnp whllo
men were bhutniR . pipuof iron In the bo t
torn of the Mark of the Valley furnace , a bliw
of giant powder ptomaturoly ctplodcd liy i
park of tire , duo 111:111vm : fatally injnroi
and four striou ly. The follow IHRvero in
jnrod : M. M. Ayorc , about the IPRS atiillxvly
Win. Mnllory , eye * and hand" ! Shlverton
liurnod about face , nj iw nud arm. Ayt-rs wan
thu Hiippoit of n father , mother and e\ei
children ,
Tim
What makes n man feel ns slinky na
chills nnd fever ? It Is shako , shako ,
shak , until you almost rattle you tooth
out and shako the buttons oil'of your coat.
What drives chills and fuverouU Brown's
Iron Bitters. If you have never tried It
got some nt onre , nnd don't shako nny
more. Mr. Chas. Jr. .Nowoll , of Tot
tlngton , Va. , nay * , " 1 need Brown's
Iron Bittora last fall for chills nnd fever ,
and derived great bonclit. " It is the
boat tonic known.
Tlio Klro Itouiml.
HKI.KNA , Mout , Sept. : . ' . Vno destroyed
twenty two buildings at Migsouln thtt inoiit *
i K. Total lo-w , SM.OOO ; insiir.uice , 815,000.
Warder & Co. lost eight buildiuijn valued at
SIII.OOO , inelndiiig the Kimt national iMi
building. The con ton Is of thu lunk Miult
are uninjured. Tlio liio Htarlod in I.obor'n
howling alley , and i supposed to be of in
cendiary oiigfn.
A Fatal Oil Klro.
Ism \s.\roi.m , Sent , i A special to the
.lournal says : An oil tank on n wont bound
freight , on the Indianapolis it St. hoiils road ,
o\ploded this moiniiig. The train took lire
and uns almost entirely destroyed. A stock
man.IIOHO name could not bo aicettnincd ,
vt as burned to death. The cause of thu explosion -
plosion ii unknown.
To SMOKERS of Blackwcll's
Genuine Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco.
TliH Special Deposit Is to pinrantco thn
payment of tlio Z' > premiums fully described
'n our former announcements.
Tlio premiums 111 lie pnlil.no matter how
imall tuonumlicrof lings rclurned may lie.
Offiro lltarfareiri Dtirhnn Tnluiern Co ,
_ Jlur'iini , It. C. , ltft11) \ ) , 18Bt {
( \ifk\rr \ II ink of Durham , IKatinm , N C.
DEAR HniWo tmliwo jou $ ll'Jiiu. lilch
plc.ua iilara on Special DopoHlt to pay pn'nuuina
for out i mpty tolmcco Imi-'n In IMI rttiirnril Deo.
UUL Yours truly. .1 H OAllll. 1'rifMont.
OKre nf llit HimkaS WnrA'im.J
llurham , N C , Hay 10.1081 (
IV/'if 'yi/nrArirr/I' / / * 7 > urA < im TotnffO Ct * .
DFin Hni1 lu\o tn nckmmlcilim n-colpt of
* ll , ! liin from jon. lilrli wo havn placed upon
iWial Ur wlt fur tlio object ) on RlHtn.
Vouratnilr. 1' A. W1UJY. Oaelilcr.
Noneecnulno without plrinroot IiniJjontlio
ciu kw.-c ,
i our otliur anuoiiiicdiicuta
BOLBROOK , SBEITOH S MEANY.
Engineering , ' Surveying
AND CONTRACTING WORK
Done nlthln thu city ami tlirouKhout the State.
4T01Uco C'rvlKliton Illock , ojipoalto City Kn liioor'n
ollico. n2-lm
HAS NO UPERIOR.
The Steck is a Durable Piano.
TIIE HTIXJK HAH SINGING QUAUTY QV TONK
FOUND NO OTIIKH PIANO ,
SOLD NLY 5)Y )
WJODBRID&S BROS , ,
OMAHA NKI1.
J. F. ARMSTONG , M. D.
Practice LimiU'd to Dibunsrs oi1 the
Eyu and Ear.
J50IJ FATINAM ST. , - - OMAHA.
DUFRENE& MENDELIWN.
tar IICUOVFD 10 OMAHA NTIOANAL UANK
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RED STAR LINE
noynl andU.B ,
BAILING EVBRY SATURDAY ,
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HEW YORK AND ANTWERP
ThtHMnt , Qtrmnny , Italy , Ifullaml awl Pranct
HUiemifo Outward , WO ; l'ro | > all from Antwerp , ( In ;
Kicutnlon , $311 , InoliiilliiK toddlliir , ntc , iU ! Cabin , 840 ;
Hound Trlii , * M.UO ; Kicunlon , J1WJ ; Huloou ttvrn MO
la ( ISO ; Uxcumltm 110 to 8180.
Or i'eiot WrUtit It Koiia , Gun , Afuuts. 65
y N. Y.
iOiMwell , Hiimlltoii A Co. , Omaha. 1 11. K. Plcxl
ntu t Co. , 204 N. 18th Htruot , Uuiaha ; D. K. Kim
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and In thtrcfuru fjr inure cconoiiil
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admirably udujiud fur Intullda u
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BAKER U CO , , BoSsfer , Mas ? .
THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN UMAHA TO BUY
Tin
Ono of the Best aud largest Stocks in the United States
to select from.
NO STAIKS TO CLIMB ,
ELE&ANT PASSENGER ELEVATOR :
DTHATISTHE NAMEEOFQTHE TOWN-WHERE"
L'FORD ALL ARE FOUND i
Where They Can EnjoygPure Air < & Water !
And all of tlio good nnd plcnsnnl things tlmt go to mnlco up a com-
) loto and happy existence.
Thoi town o South Omaha is tiiunted south o the city of Omaha
on the line o the U. P. Railway , and it ia leas than SJJ miles from the
.hiiiilm post ollico to the north line c i the town site.
South Omaha is nearly Ii miles north and south by % \ easband
west , and covers an area of nearly four square miles ,
The stock yards are at the extreme southern limit.
Nearly 150 lots have boon sold and the demand is on the increase
The yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The # 00,000 beef packing house is progressing : finely.
The ? UO,000 Water Works are finished and furnish an abundant
supply of
PURE SPRING WATER.
The B. & M. and Belt Line Railways have n large force of men at
work and will , in connection with the U. P. Railway , have a union depot
near the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will bo
burnished for Church and School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
) o"clieapor than they are to-day.
&dZr"Apply at the Company's office , at the Union Stocks.
M. A. UPTON ,
Assistant Secretary.
0. F , GOODMAN ,
AND DEALER IN
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
Double and Single Acting Power ano Hand
J'Jnglno TrhnmlngB , Mining Machinery , Bolting , OBO , Braaa and Iron
at wholoBBlo and retail. HALLADAY WIND-M1LLS , CHURCH
AND SCHOOL UHLL& .
Corner lOtli Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
AND TWO WHEEL OABTS ,
1M8 nd IBM lUrnay Direct nil (034. ( HtlilliUcil ,
U.U' C UlotCBluiu' ttdueufou ( .Drllc lo ! (
RtTEMHNtf , BOLTE & COMPANY ,
-MANUFACIUUKH3 OK-
Dormer Window * , Window C | n , Iron Crcstln . JMalll Bky-lIjthU , &o. Tin Irca uJl SUta BJO
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