Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 03, 1884, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE DAILY BEE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER ,
YOUR BEST TIM I
ACQUiiuxn A I'luoiioAi. IIOUIAT
x/s /
A DECIDED SUCCES !
AND
Business College ,
AT FREMONT , NEBRASKA
Opened aaestmlullr Octoticr 21 , with ton totcli
nnd n R.x > d AttontKnce , whlati doubled during I
flrsl flro ook . and h still steadily Inorcanlnir.
I 'illy Bluluitn IH th lltulncsi College i
niia ttitnd Claiioi ; neatly fitly In tlio Normal
Tcndur'i Dcpirtmcat anil Uoinmon { tranches an
coo J Attend tnoo In the Music and Art dcpartmsi !
THE FACULTY.
I'liraiOKXT .TONBS Imlndovor twenty yoi
CXK'ilencoln educational work. .
I'UOFIHJOK 1I.UIMN. 1'rlnclpal or the Hindi
hi ) had over flftocn yoan' oxpoiltnocn
Is n Hupcrhr I'tiunau and Kxpert Accountant.
1'rol. Iitwton , of Koiton , Sift's , In ft sunorl'r
filrntor In lltnto. Jllsi Barah bhcrmin , of Chlraj
il RII arllit of rare tilontnid ildll , and a muni fli
OMiliil traohor. lll'K I/yilKI , Jrnc4 , an ! M'HS ' J
Bio < J < w , ol ara grijiiilui o ( llio Nortliwcnterii Ui
Tculty , and able teachers. Mr. A. A. Uuwlci It
| iract'cd nlioit hand reporter and and an adtpt
typo writing. 1'rof llohlcr anJ ctliar teachers a
tboroiijldy qualified.
EXl'eNSES VKHV LOW.
Tu'ttmi lorflltocn wcokn $ iD. Diatd cost ) frr
$2 60 to $3 00 a week In clubs and by soil boardb
ItantslcM rlaccican bo found lor fevcral ni )
stiido.i.8 whowitb. lo pay pirturwholool board 1
liOUMAork or chores.
NO VACATIONS.
The WINTER ' 1 HUM of 15 weeks will begin lie
! W , biitftililonUcU IWKII ATAsrTiMR , and art il
I DC BO continually , paying chtrgoa only Irani tltno
cntcrlcR to tlmo ol lea\lnj ? .
y t particulars aildrcsi the undersigned ,
W. I' . JONK3 , A. St.
L'rcildcntof Normal CoIlcKO , Kromont , NclumV
do'lnmt-tliu-natJimo
flOLD HEDAL , PAMS , 187
BAKER'S
Warranted aliiolnMy } iin
( , 'ncnit , from which the cicoi
Oil Iui b.'cii rcmovi'd. It ban thr
tlniei the slrenattt of Cocoa mlti
with Htnrca , Auowroot or Sura (
nnd ID thcrufcro fnrrnoro ccouon
rnl. It In dollrloan , nourUhln
utrc'iglhcnlDg , rnilly dlgcutcd , al
admirably adnptvd fur Invalid *
well an fur I'crsoni.tn health.
Solil of ( Irorers ctcrrrrhcre ,
WB&KEB & * CO , . Boiicsfcr , m
DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BEL'
nra Hervontnoi * . t.nnitinicn. tlli < initl > iii I'limlrn
Kotirail-In , Hclntlrn , Klilni-j , t plio niul I.Uf.r iHwnK.
floiil , AnllimA , lli' rl ( | ] Bmr , li | ir | , l iivtlimlloii , M
Kliwliu , Caitrrh , fllin , Fiillcpnr , Iniuiii | > nrr , Uuu b Ann
l'rtil | i iu Ulorl , ( r. ( ) MJclciillllc | iirctrliIloli : In Ann
lea OiKt HnnilK the Klfttrlflty unit iMHtfiiiMji | | thitnislill
boUuiu can bv rocuitruuil In uu lualunE by tbw ptilanu
Winljr lie > ranif [ , the nori3oncf the year for oohi
KDiiutni. In VOT of thin fiot wo nay buycnu <
Dri fling's Eloo'.rlo Bolti , Iy BO dolnz you \il
Told llbumtttin , Kidney Trouble ! and otbcr III
liat flaihlt M'rto. Do not dotty , but ml ' t-oii
IBoaandeiamliiobcUii , No. 142Z Douglaj otroet , c
O. P Onnl'ntn'n. 1110 K rn .m Bt.Om ) n , Nob. Oi
den dUoil 0. O. D
lly.Ht i > r 1'liKlt A victim of > outliful Itnnnidunca
rjunliiff rroniAturn Docny , Norvoun Dolillllr , lx t
JHanlinoil , do.linrlnR tried In alti nrorjr known
rDtiipdjr.iiiiiiiiinauti'roil n iranlomoninof n < tlf-cnro.
which ho will mind FIIHI ! to bU JolloHiiircriini ;
AadfowJ.lI.ltiaiVlia.430l/athnmHu.Nu\rYork.
InuioCOyuani. hprclal rrnaerlptlonaof
rJicmlnentl'liyiilclaii. Hlinillo , HufuoudHiiro.
J.IBT oir ramcii'Ai , tie i. CUKES. rnicK.
, Doiicuntlon , InllnmmMlnni. .
\Varmv , Wurra I'nwr , Worm I'olle. . .
Uryliiu Colic. nr'tVutliloirnllnfanUi , Vt5
IlliirrlitiitolOhrlilrunor AdulU ! 4.t
DUoiltur flrlplns , IllllouiiUolio -it
, Vomiting
Cold , llronchlth.
ltl.'l'nnlUiirh , Fnccsclia. . . , 'M
lnnilnt , Hick HfiAaacho.Vertlc * ) . ' "V
lUllnuahUinifich. . . . . . . . . . 4r *
orl'iilnfull'nrlo ) ! ) , 'M
Will ton , too rrnfonorcrloda. . . . > '
Cinuii. Oouch.PiUiciillUrontUlnrt .
Halt llhiniiii , lirrilpulas , Kruptlona . 'J.
' .
. i
l' ' > Tii4nrl ) Airii , ; hlll , ilolarll. . .
, iniml crlik-cdlmr. .
Cutunli , noutu or ohrnnloi Iiilluonra ni )
\Vliooiil nuCniiali , Violent Ought , ntl
( lonurulliitiiUliy.rhya'lWoakuoM .nil
Klilnuy llUfiiii' . . . no
NvrvoiiMDoblllty . .1.IMI
VlrlnuryAVi'UldiaRK.Wnttlnii Hod .no
DlBt > iiiif of llm IIi > nrt.I' < lplUllon1.UU
PEOIF1CS.
-AO < tn > M. UUIIlk'lIIIKVH1
ID'J ii'ultuu t3t.l\uw Votlu
OMAHA
Chemical Dyeing
-ANU-
OLEANING WORKS.
0. T. PAULSON , Proprietor !
OenUeaions' Cloth'nz ' Cleaned , Dyed and nepMroJ
TAdluV Irou3i Cleaned and Uyed , without Ripping
riumcNCUaoodor Colored any shade , to sample
Will , Velvet * and Laaoa Cleaned , Dyed and ( lie-tin
Uhcxl.
1212 Douglas Biroot , - OMAHA , NE ]
PropoHala for DulUlliiK ItridKOH.
Department of the Interior. 1
Olfloe of Indian AffalM , Nov. 17 , IBSi . f
Hailed iiroooaali , enilortw 1 "propoiali foi hulldln
llrldis/ lll be recelni'J at this ollloe until 1 o'cloc
TucDay tht 18th of Ucosin er , 18SI , fur tin coi
ttniciicui of three bridged on the Batteo Hloui Koto
vatloti lu Iltbra ka , and I'onca lliwervatlou In Dakol
l the following locations ; on the Hantue Hesurvatlti
our tin Uii'Jocrek , a bridged thrte miana cf (
foot imli with Ibfeet aupiOACbc ; on the l'nca Ke
fctotlou , over tlit Nlobra'a rlv r , abridge 08) foi
Iroui tui to end , and 01 cr thoWvit For k ol mid r In
OOfiet.
luTco hrklgM In question a'e to boot pomblnatloii i
wood andiron , iih out Iron she , resting on pi
f umdatloni , whlcll over Dm NI brara liter arelo I
dilven IS eet.oier llatlle creek , IS loot , and oti
Welt ( 'orUolNiobrara lllvcr , 16 fvit bvl w waU
leytl , and irv to be built lu accordance with l > lai
ftadtpoelDcaUon * to bo teen at tin otllceof the IK-iu
QiiartirutiiicratOuiiha NibriiL * , tho'llii'O. "
Ucnwr. Coloiulo , a-id of tin "lutoi-Oceni of Oil
oago , 1,1 ,
'flii ) comtru-tbn of the brlde tO under thn It
modUtvluprrviilonof a | > orwii to Ut d : Umtrd I
IbU ) Deiurliutut.
All l > ld * um t b ajxwiriutli ty aceit'llod ' rhei
on 0oiuu United ttitu Drpultory , for at lt t I'lV
iitr cui'uin 1 1 tb > x amount ol th * propoi&l , whit
clieck ull beforlelteJlothi ) Utillod Kttti * In ca
nuy lild'pr or HJdem fall to ciioitu a cvntraot vti |
Kdod kill suXclentnuietl'ii ! < > th'rMliotob returm
tntt.u bUldc-r. In Dubdiltlloj blJ , bidder * ih'll
I UU tbo time r ( | Ulrcd by them for llm rouitructli
< jf tlm l > ri get , on "lil uutttr will b conild ri t
linking the awardi , airt irado a prt of tbeoontrx
Tlit > iUbtl < rc ervtdfoieJectftny or all bldi
auy | i rt I any Ud If deciuc J fur the bett IntoitKI
Inuiitrvico , 11 PIIIOK ,
n ? i-iwl * in e < l OommlnUnrr ,
alnlloa of a noted > p cUllit IUOM
iurUticta IIll , AiUrtu
. WARD * CO.tUinBIAIfluMI.
B n
-THE g
BEST TONIC , ?
Thi * medicine , combining Iron xvltli r > ur
V" xttlo tonlr , fiiilckly find fonip'.ctclj
I'nrr * IHnpnxlit , imllirrnllmiYnliiint * *
'
nil Nfiirnlnln.
11 1 ? nil unfailing remedy for Il. cns of thi
itlilnrjn nnil l.lvrr.
It In Inraliialilo for Il caei peculiar Ui
U'litnon , nntl nil vim lend fcilcnliiry lives.
It iloci not Injury the teeth , cnuo licmlachc.oj
proltico comtlpatlon O./IT Inn mctUcInc * do.
itctirlclicsnnri jmrlflca tlinliloo'l.ntlmillnto !
tlioiippctllo.aliU tlio ( XMlinHiUlon of food , ry
lloves Heartburn nnd liclchlng , nnd klrenglb
initlierrmiiclcii ftml norm
For Intermittent KeveM , . jwltiulu , tncko !
'ncrcy , .V.C. , It lifti no equal.
tft Tlio Rrnulno IIM nbovo trmlo mark iri'J
d red llnci on v , raptor. THke nootli r
.lr i , , HKi > w tilKmcil. > . . tuumrmtir-
iU Undisputed In He BROAD CLAIh . \ \
VERY BEST OPERATING ,
QUICKEST SELLING ANI
Kvcr olTcrc' < l lo llio uubllc.
HAMBUEG-AMEEIGAN
DIRECT LINK FOH ENGLAND , rilANOl ! ANI
CKRMANY.
Tbu iteanuhlpii ol this vrell-kncwn line are bnlll o
Iroo , In watei-tluht oouipattmcnto , nnd are furnlsU
d with every requisite to molio the tABKage botl
Itfo and agreeable. Tlioy carry tliu United Btato
and Kurcpcao mall ) , anil leu o Now York Tlmit
d j-8 ndnattirdft8 for Plymouth ( LOHDOK ) Cbcr
bourg , ( I'AIIIB ) and IIAUIIURO.
Rules : Stecrigo Irom Europe only 118. Firs
Cabin , ( CK , (65 and 37fi. Htooruo.tSO ,
Henry Pundt , Mark Hanscn , K , K. Mooros.ll. Tctt
igentslu Omah > , Qronewci ; & Bchocntgcu , agontali
tfounoll JDlufla. 0. BtlUOUAUI ) k RO. , Oon. l' i !
Arl ( . , 01 Broadway , N. T. Cbaa. Konnluekl Ji Co-
Qenoral Wcstorn Annuls , 170 W eblugton SU , Chlci
K0.1U. . - . , i i.
ill
Chartered by UieStaUof IM.
neil for the express purpoca
ofClvlnRlmmecllatercllctla
nil chronlc.unnarynna ptj.
vntc dlsrcJr'"orK I'ttT" ,
i OleotmidbypliiUs in all their
complicated funns , olio al'
diseases of the Skin nd
Ulood promptly relieved and
permanently cured by remc-
"
iifli'll'mrtlrf , Scmlnol
J f | llt Los u. by Dreams , Pimples on
the Pcce.Lust Manhoodj. onllteetu cured , Tlert
iKH'icxiivrhiirnHtui. The uppropflnte rc'.r.rdy
liatonce used In each cue. Coiuultutions. per
sonal or by letter , sacredly confidential. Med
icines sent b v Mall and Expreca. No marks on
pacuaac to Indicate content * or sender. Address
OR JAMES.No. 204Wa3hfngon ! St.ChlcnQom
"
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For M n , nlCK. iiir * . ! . Hook rr ,
VBGOR ClTlili > : r , IKI fullo tit. N w Totk.
DR. R. 0. WMT'H NHRTB AND lmm Tnn sii HT , a
KUtianleedinioolflofor Ilystorla , D'ulneis , Convul.
lions , Fits , NcrvoiiD Neuralgia , Jlcadtoho , Nervous
rtottratlon caurad by tlio uae of alcohol or tobbacoo ,
Wakefnlnens , Mental depression. Softening of the
brain , rfnuHlnir In Insanity and leaping to mlcery ,
decay and iloilli , Premature Old age , lUronuef" , loan
olpoworlu eltlier DUX , Involuntary Loaios and Spor-
uatorhornoauuad by over oxcrtlnntof the brain , self ,
abuse or over Indulgence. Kaoh lx ) , contains one
mouth's treatment. (1.00 a boioi ulx bcittloi for
tl.OO.Bont by mall prepaid on iwotpt of price ,
WK OUAIIANTK1C SIX I10XKJ
Tocnroanyoue. Wltli taoli order received by as
for tlx bottleo , acooruiillibid with (6.00 , wo will send
khD purchaser our written guarantee to refuud the
money If the truatmencdooti not effect n cure. Guar
antees Issued only by JOHN 0 : WEST & CO. .
jy S9.ruVo-ry 802 Uadluon St. , Chicago , III.
JA8. H. PEABODY , M. P.
Physician & Burgeon
Rcilldence No. HC7 Jcnm St. Oltlco No. 1(00 Pa >
nam ( tract. OHIco lioun 12 in. to ' p. m , and fiom
la 8 1 > . ro. Telephone for ollioo 07. roaldcnoo 126.
'IIK"ltOYAI < HAVANA" IN AlIMATirilH.
Mn . . - . - . SQUARE . ' .T. ' . RELIABLE
. WORTHY OFtCONFIDENCE.
Some Credentials :
In drawing Clnsn 1ICO , Jmu' V8tli , 1881. Ticket No.
l ) l , Oiipltiil Prim , wiw hrld by John . OrnfT , To-
juvo Ixxif PiihlUhlnit Co. , HO Mill Jen lauu , N. V. City ,
nld by check on llrookl ) u Hank.
lank of Key Went , Fln. _ _
In drawing Clnts 1107. Bept. 30 , 1181 , Ticket No. 21.419 ,
Iiipltiil Prliu , sold liy IJiidaiiLT , W Jlerrcr St. , N. Y.
! liy. Not niithorlroil tn o nnmn and mldrvu of
lolilor. Paid liy chock nil llrooklyn Hank.
Ticket No. 6tfJ7 , Hci'ond Capital VrUo , sold by Bgoiit
, t llrownivlUo , Tuxns. IMil pneluilf liy Fvmnnilo
anmvn and one half by O. Kollnlno , Unlnmun > , Me j.
. CuUootfd throuRll HkMiinlxTK .t lln ) > lmt-l , M
CHI.
'
iV orth at'anil Woodward & Bllllnmn , Now Poit
a j'.JlK.T'hlrtl Capital Prlio , bold ono-lialf
ly H. A. Davidson , W bth at.Ho.llruoklti , N. . , .
1110 b ait liy Ulli > pk , < iiai Cullfornla Bt. . Him I'rnu.
! t o i. CM. Olio hnlt luild 111 c li nnd Jh other
xi-l , Morgan & Co. . Ilankvn , N. V , City.
EXTRAORDINARY.
CLASS 1174 , DECEMBER 20 , 1881.
1VOOU .TIUKr.Trt-U7H IMU/.Eti.
vw ) " . : . ; ; ; ; . . . . . ; . ! ; . . . ; . . .
2 Approximation * tJUvai'htulhutr..niilprUu
"
a 110 3.uu / ano
2 " W " " .R I.UJO " , f | 100
rM' , ni nlxirc. Ix'lna I ho full number In
tliu lloynl Ha\miH , nnd
IMAddlllonulPrl'tuiiifSIUt-afliliithoiaitlcketii
liiivlng an i-nillliK liuniU'r * llm l n term
inal imlu of the nnmliT ilruwlng the Cap.
ItulPiUoot HV.W ) . . 1'MC
o7s VrUcHi. nmountlnir In U. H. gold to. , , . 83 1 , 1'Jtl
Wiclis , 55 ; niltii , J.Wj Two-ftftbi , $3 ; Oti-Sfth , $1 ,
AH I'rI/r * tuilil on I'ri'urutallou of llcUi'U
\vllliiiiil iliuliirlliin. . . . .
ITIii' imly ililnu ill lliU chiiiucltir In ivhlcli
" MIUIIIPIllUIIOIl In llllPOHjlllll ) . Tjlll JICllBI
jioldrriiuml. nn Hupirt l or , UN tbo Kuril I
Iliivuiiii ( lUlvlnl lUt ili'clili-H iivtir )
llrlic-l , nnd Kui-ntNiiro iinlliurl/ml to IIBI
lint uiluluul lUl III viikliluu prixeH ,
ACil'.NTS KVKUYU'llUUK.
1 or ticket * , tlo. , upply to
8H1PSEY COMPANy.
lUl'J llruutlwun N. V , Oily ,
K. Kauh & 0. ) , ' 117 Walnut Ht , 8t. Louis
Mi. , or l-'iutikLoljr m > , V. O. Drawer 'JO ,
WyandottP ,
DAkOTA.
Ciitnplioll county U anxloui for now i
tlr-ra.
Itlcmnrck cili enri Imvo find a sleigh tldel
i will ho Introduced in DC
wood soon.
Mitchell is oou to have a pork ;
laulithmont.
Hanton county has volocl In tutor o
$10,000 tchool hmiio ,
* Canning , lluphes county , Is supplied w
wood by tha Indian * ,
! is getting tcarco at Sioux Falls , and '
dealers are anxious tor afieezo up ,
A water power flouring mi 1 will proha' '
In ; huilt at ForestburR next aea on.
In the vicinity cf Mitchell , last week
praiiie fire did considerable damage.
A board of trade was organized by the bt
nets men of I'lcio. on Halurday night.
Tutkoy tho'ilice matches were indulged
in various points In the territory latt Meek.
Wolves are numerous InMlnnohaha coun
but are too cowntdly to bo very troublesor
Giand Forks in represented attNew Orloi
by a cabbngo need nlno feet in circutnfcron
The now ttago line tliut connects with i
Northern 1'acilic at Mcdora , pleates thoBh
Ifills people.
( < roncd was broken for the 8100,000 Ta\
City unUcreity Thursday , with appropr !
coromonics.
'Jho Yank tin pork packlrg company is n
ready for buniuctH anil has commenced i
bujing of hogs ,
The Hodfiold mill Is running night andi
nnd turning out 10J barrels of flour ovi
twenly.fotir hour .
Thcru was enough barley raised in the vie
ily nf Furgo to supply the homo demand a
Bomo left for shipment.
On the Grandln farm in the Kcd III1
iralluy 11OCO acres of ground is being propai
to plant with wheat next pprlng.
In the contest at Sioux Kails between K.
Dolllnger , bicyclist , and W. il. Houndsrol
ikatcr , the latter won by nine laps.
Walter I. lliineii , of Klk 1'oint , secretary
' .ho Soldiers' and .Sailors association , of I
iota , domes the namp , company , regime
vnd pofctolllco address of every ox-soldier
Dakota not connected with the ( ! raud An
if the Hppublic to lilo in his oflico. Sutid t
loelrod inforu nliui plainly wiittcnonn pi
: al card.
A Fargo special of the 2Cth says : A spec
'roiu Lisbon contains an account of Buppos
> utlawry. Ofiimn Benson , formerly of tl :
> lacc , went to Burlington , Stevens counl
.vitU . J. L. Collon a year ago. During t
mmmor two strangers have been noticed
.he region of Bomnn's place , who would
ibsL'iit from there about two weeks and rotu
vlth a number of horses alleged to be pi
ih.isod from Canadian Bottlers. A few da
igo vigilantes surrounded hla homo , arrest
lim aud two strangers therein , end took tht
.a . parts unknown. Ono rumor says they ha
ill been hanged , and another that they 1m
leun taken to Montana for trial. The fai
till probably bo ascertained in n few days.
COLOBADO.
Aspen in to have a theater -15x100 feet.
South 1'ucblo wants n oteam fire engine.
Fifty gamblers have been indicted in DC
or.
or.In the vicinity of Salida bears ara prowlii
bout.
Fiiu bugs nre creating considerable troul
i Snlida.
A number of tniniiig accidents are occurrii
L T.cadvillo.
The total expense of the As pen town eito
ate is 85,356.30.
A Salida hunter brought down mounta
ou a few days since.
The United States mill at i'orkvllloh
jmmoncod to buy ore.
The Pueblo steel works nro now producii
vo tons of iron pipe per day.
A flock of mountain sheep were seen onBi
[ reek.'near ' Salida , a few days since.
"Several of Ouray'a-old tUne residents a
reparing to emigrate to Bolivia , South Ar
ica.
v
< llm Murphy wes fatally injured in tl
Linnlo mine by a giaut powder blast , la
The loaders of the Weld county Rang <
, ttlu thieves bavobucn sentenced to the pen
ntary.
It is reported that a force of sixty policome
uro rcnuired to keep the striking coal niinoi
dtt ut Trinidad.
lu the Arkansas Valley Oil and Laud con
iny'H well , No.I , near Florence , oil has bee
ruck at a depth of 1,100 feet.
The residents In Denver are talkie ? of wa (
3 war upon the "fop fiends , " the nam
lich In given to tin" juttices of the peace an
nstallod. 'They ' dom'riudcheaper justice.
It in claimed by coal experts , cays the Mot
iiol'miuiicr , that underlying Montroae , a
Jepth ot CCO feet , ia an enormouu strata c
al , pitching fiom the mountains this waj
Viopa to the Butfacu near Dnllaa ,
I'lio Colorado Coal and Iron company hav
imnenccd the election of twenty-four add !
uml coke OM-IIS at Crested liiitlo. Whei
mploted this will give them a capacity fo
tklng 1,000 tons moro , of coke eacl
inth , .
The Arapahoe cruuty coinniipflitncrs bav
iiiplettd the tax luvy for 1881 , in nccordanc
th the re | > ort of the county asEp > sor. Th
Jtial ccool tnx far school district No. 1 , Kas
liver , was U mills hint year. This year It i
nllls. In school district No. 2 , West Don
r. thn Ux is 1-i mil ! * : hu > t year it uas I
11. This increano it duo to the building am
pio\ouienU In school buildings during tin
4 year. J.asl jcarlho tix was 11 nulls fo
) county ; thin jo.ir It it l"i mills. Last yea :
j tnx WBH 1(1 ( mills for the ttty , and this yea
cro Is no change.
Kafv-crnckers are at work in Jtawlius.
lloivrs are now bclng rhipptd from Wyom
pr to Vermont.
Mr P. M. 0. Harrow , wifoof the editor of tin
iwlii.n Tribune , has fallen heir to $30,000 in
nglaud ,
D o Muldlvton i * ranching ou Ham's Koilt
D Inn built n line ronliloucr , aud it ia salt
at ho will BOOH bu married ,
I'rniii nil over the range country of North
n Wyoming the rupurt comes that tlio catth
II go into the winter in better trim thai
IT before ,
Wyoming haa shlpimd ( luring the yea
IHi'I head of caltlo , which at an avurago o
0 pur bend , amounti to thn mngnincont sun
? ftM , 1,7 > 0 , the l.upCBt btibincHa over donoli
lOBoason.
Ilobatt Ford , a man well known through
it tliu went registered at Dyer's hotel
iiuyonnn , Fiiday night nd was ahown to :
r.m. Twenty-four hours later ho wiui fount
> a'l in bud. He was at MHO tlmo wortl
00,000.
Mr. 1'Vcd ' Sauudors , n ono-arniod resident o
urbon , WAS traaultcd by two men ono eve
ng lnnt week , while goliiK to his home. Hi
id between $300 aud $400 in hla ponsoasion
hich they hoped to secure , The footpad
tiled tn him to itop , and when ho started t
m , followed nnil struck him with a car coup
ng pin and knocked him down. Ills one
arcd oil the robbers without their obtaimuj
to cash , Mr. Saunders' ihouUlerblade wa
oken and hia shoulder joint dlslocatod ,
Profneior Samuel Auj'li9y , who succeodei
nif , G , K. Dallt-y as tenitorial goologiit c
-'yoniii - ) ( , ' . has juit returned from nn olliclt
nit to the new oil regions of that territory
III Invottigatinus were devoted principally t
in 1'ovvdor river region. The oil tpriuga an
cipoa hitherto olwerveU occurred in the san
IOIIHH and conglomeratea of the Dakota , TMU
hich group is tha baial member of the crvti
nous. lu the oil l > m > ! u ou 1'owiler river , neii
rthur'n ranch , about four miles rcitmra at
iverud by Vhoan oil nheuomena. Uuring hi
ivetitlgationa 1'rof , Aughey found , howevei
it rxtcntlon of this baMu to the south. I
ila txtontlon four additional oil niuliiga mi
icipes were obierved. Hrro , however , th
il cinergos from the juraulo mirUnnd tiiaai
id nandstono. Ho ia nowof the oniulon tha
10 suit In this untlro baiin haa Its orlgiiu
lures in those triaeio iaudi aud conglomei
tot ; that they have underground connection
1 evident from the fact that the oil from a' '
: i4 prlum and e caivo , oiidal o from the wel
iiit have bctm kuukrii , have the aamn spucili
ravltv of 23 ' of tha Uaume scalt < . Thewor
( development In thU ba lu ha * just IKRUI
L number of men hu\e Ix-un putst wok : ulul
igtliultn. Gin > hat ( lu it IHHIU nuuk ti U
depth of fifltr-n feet and produces six ban
nf oil ovf-ry twrnty-foiir iK.urn. Other uln
am b icg unk nnd promi < m t-uti bettor
suit * .
MONTtXA.
The authorities nro aflr n Rang of lung ]
in liulto nnd pro ; > oae to mnke it warm
them ,
Hutto received -J33.435 ] ) ounds of preen fi
this year , of which 273,130 pounds-camo fr
JUfin v Alley.
A petition has been sent In ( ha MonL
lor/i.-daturo nsklnfr that IAW prohibiting
gambling be enacted.
Gov. Crosby cftliirmtoi the present popi
tlnn of M.ontiua at 81,000 , nn increase of
000 during the pant 3 oar.
A pang nf advertising sharks are trying
work IJutto , but nro meeting with a chilli
reception from the business men.
BJA heavy gala of wind strucK Helena am
ships on the lGth ! , nnd carried off a part of I
roof nf the graded school building nnd M
tana National bank building. Other daini
was dona nnd it will require considers
money to fix things up again.
JIISCK1.I.ANKOUH.
A number of Eastern Oregon papers ti
wheat nn subscription ,
It ia estimated that Washington torrit
has n population of 125,000.
The Queen of Hills mine , on Wood ri\
Idaho , IH now yielding nbout $15,000 n inon
About 80,000 was staked In Portland , 0
Ron , on the rrault of the election In New Yi
state.
Dirk Bockholdt , ox-clerk of Salt Lake co
ty , Utah , has boon nrrested for the embcz :
ment of county funds.
Secretary Alien of the Idaho Stock Grow
convention , estimates that there aroatpresi
360,000 head of cattle in that territory.
{ QThe diacovory of n lodge in Sacramento t
trict , Htimboldt county , containing wha
called leaf silver , which nswys 515,000 to &
000 per ton Is reported.
The work of extracting ore from the Choi
Droppings on the Cotnatock , Novadn , has bi
iu [ > eiided in obedience to peremptory ord
received from the new management. It
not definitely known when work will bo
turned.
The mines of Whlto 1'lno are repotted to
improving and the era output increasing. T
outlook , in fact , is lluttering , and next yi
will doubtless make the host showing that t
been experienced for several of the past EI
COSTLY UNOEUGAKMICNIS ,
BnHs tlmtKnock Tlio Spots Out of
Hundred-Dollar Bill.
Now York Sun.
lu n gontlomon'a furnishing ntoro i
town , near the Fifth Avonuohotol , mat
wealthy and alylieh men buy Uioir lini
nnd tics. The clerks there wear the Jntc
collars , the liitcat tics , nnd the late
everything. They look liku brokers , nt
nro very otylish.
"This winter , " tha most stylish
thorn Bald , 'Vo have more novelties th :
over before , aud there in really no ream
why a gentleman of refined tasted at
plenty of money should no.t bo very cor
fortnblo. Hero's nn Arctic sleeper. Y <
see it's made after the fashion ot tl
oucko that men aleep in attho north pol
only it's made of the finest lamb'swo
aud tied around the nock with ailkc
strings. Qomo of our young men nro i
delicately nurtured that n slight co !
might bo dieaatrous. They nlido into thi
and ara perfectly utterly ; no poaaibl
danger of slipping their feet out froi
under the covers. The wool has a slight !
irritating effect on the ekin that produci
a healthy circulation ou the uurfuco an
induces sound slumber.
"What are those ? ' the reporter aakec
pointing to what looked like ragged fi
from the back of a kitten.
"Those ere tha very latent drivin
RlovoBjrrtCty ugly > I'll admit , but nothln
like tnuu in the world for rratmtl
They surpass sealskin , buckskin ani
everything of the kind. They consist c
i background of knitted silk , covered h :
lido and out with the fine silky hai
taken from the belly of a raccoon , uot th
: oarae , outer hair , but the fine down ;
: ur that rqwa.beneath. . Eleven dollar
i pair we sell them for , and 200 pairs ar
) ut already. There nro those toboggan
ng gloves , mndo in London and shippet
, o Canada. They're just , out , tight a
ho wrist , you see , and running way u |
> vor your overcoat to your shoulders
fou can slldo dpwn from the top o
ilouut Blanc , head first , with a pair o
hoao on , and you'd never got auy snov
ip your sleevo. ITow atop back this wnj
ind I'll ahow you the most beautifn
hing you over soon in undorgarmynts. '
"Shirts aud draworaV inquired the ro
sorter.
"Yes ; but don'i call them that in thif
tore , You'd hurt our moro reiinoa cus
am. Call tboui undergarments. Ho ?
aok at this. "
JgHo dre\ ? out of n fancy box n huav >
iiasa of knitted silk of the most boauti-
ul blue tint , " few , " ho aaid , as h <
trotched the garmento out into humar
aniij ' | isu't that the most lovely am
esthetic thing yon over s wl Would
on think that any nun could have tin
oart to put such u work of art ou hia
'gs ? But many have nnd they go line
rild firo. Wo soil them nt § 100 suit ,
nd the high ] > rico takes the funny of thi
oung uicn who have nothing to dp but
D opiiud money. Wo huve old million
irca for cuotomerp , nnd distinguished
Irttesuion ua well ; among the lattei
'resident Arthur. Well , not ono ol
liuao buys much fancy stock. They got
ich buying merino undergarments at $1
nd $1 a suit , and they keep right on
liat way. It's the rich young men
ho are always having fottunoE
> fi to them that keep up the trade. We
ad ono young gontloin.au who inherited
i ono year no lens than three fortunes ,
unniiiR from ? DO,000 to § 200,000. Tht :
'iiy ho bought , things that ho didn't irant
rould have done your heart gpod to BOO.
lero'u a lot of plain linen handkerchiefs.
'hoy'ro very fmo , just like cobwebs , and
oil for ( GO a dozen. The young man 1
poke of bought four down of them , and
dozen of these camel'u hair socks , will ;
Ilk heels and toes. They aru only $0 o
air , and very comfortable , but why he
ranted ao many I can't ' understand. Wee
o good business when young men are tc
10 married. They get trousaeaua ns well
s anybody , and they have to pay for It ,
oo. Five hundred dollars is a Btnal
irico for a good outfit. If you evci
ump cll'como around. "
PAUI * .
"What furniture can givu such fuiisl
o a room aa a tender woman's fact ; , '
, sks Qoorgo Elliott , Not any , wo art
lappy to answer , provided the glow o
icaltli tempers the 'tender expression
L'ho pile , anxious , bloodlets face of tin
onsamptivo , or the evident suiroringa o
ho dyspeptic , tnduco feelings of sorrow
iiid grief on our part and oomnel in
n tell them of Dr. I'iorco'n "Ojldet
Medical Discovery , " the sovereign renn
ly for consumption and dlaoasei of thi
'eipiratory ' system as well aa dyapopsii
lud other digestive troubles. Sold every
vliero.
There are in the country 11 St. Pauls
! 0 Bridgeport * , ' ' 18 Bntfilos aad Now
irks , 17 Brooklyna , Clin-olahdj , am
Inohesturs , 1U Ilartfords , 15 Louisvjlle *
1 ! ) Bostons and Pittnburgs , S Olnclniikti
md Philadelphia , 0 Ohicagos , 7 Dotmite
) Blilwnukeoa and St. Louis , 1)2 ) Wash
Dgtons and 4 Now Yorksaud UUiimorei
Sour Ofloaus. Mid SlU Fraucir.co arc no
luplicitcd ,
Kdlior WtliJ ) ' "Uliiir. "
lien I'-rley I'core In liotton Budfict.
lion. .Jarnea Wateon Wnbb , who
for many years editor of the Now Yo
Courier and Knquirer , was the li
duellist at thn north. Hid h
"meeting" was at Wilmington , De
with Tom Marshal ! , of Kentucky. J
was not only wounded in the left km
but on his return to Now York ho
tried and sentenced to two years ha
labor in the penitentiary. Govern
Saward pardoned him , nntt ho rcnounc
duelling ; but when ho wes at Waehinqto
at the time of the assault on Sunnier , !
was challenged again , as ho thus told t
story :
" 1 was nt Washington at the tlmo
Brooks' assault ou Sumner. The Couri
ami Knquirer cimo out dononncii
Brookn na n coward. General Quitnia
a northern man nnd an old and Ultima
friend , waited on mo nnd said : 'Genen
1 am sorry to BOO you.1 I know whst
tnoant and handed him a chair. ' 1 ha
a message for you,1 ho continued , 'and
am ashamed to bear it , but if 1 refused
couldn't live in the south. ' 'About t
Courier-Enquirer paragraph ? ' I asko
Yes1 ! ho aaid. 'Well , ' said I 'just ke
it in your pockpt till to-night. Th
paragraph was written in the oflico. I r
responsible tor it and will fight for it , b
I prefer to fight for what t have wiilt
myself. I sent a letter two da
ago , published in the paper tl
morning. It will bo hero to-nigl
It la four times as aovoro as th
paragraph ; but when Uintgot.H here yi
can take your choice , and wo will fig
to-morrorr afternoon at C o'clock I'
added to Quitman : 'I am now a ehur
communicant nnd have changed my vio1
on duelling. I would not now fight
personal duel a duel for personal aftroii
Moreover , I had no personal quarrel wi
Brooko. IIo and I dined together
Governor Atkini' only thrco days ng
But I will fight > r my country and i ;
stitutlona and principles In private con
bat the name aa armies do , and nak tl
blowing of God upon the isauo. 1 wi
fight Brooka to-morrow. Oomo to rr
in the morning.1 My olFonsivo letter a
rivod. Next morning General Quttmn
waited on mo and said the South Can
Jinian , after a two hours session over m
letter , had withdrawn the challenge 1
never was so astonished in my llfo. "
Some ol * John I'lio-nlx's Jokes.
Cleveland Loader.
"Gnorgo H. Derby was always makin
caricatures of his fellow oflicers , and wt
always getting into trouble over them ,
continued Dr. Duncan. "You hav
doubtless heard of Gon. John Bernard
who wes , during Derby's life , ono of th
leading military men In the Unite
Statof. Ho was at ono tiiuo In charge c
the West Point academy , and did neb ]
work during the late war , out of whlc
hn came a raajur-geuornl. When Derb
was stationed ou the Rio Grande , Gor
Bernard waa sent west on an inopectin
tour , and the various scones being no1
to him he wrote letters describing hi
trip to the .Now Orleans Picayune. I
one of these lottera ho described an PS
cursion which ho made into Mexico
where ho was well treated by the done
and wan ono day taken out to hunt jicl
rabbit * . In describing this hunt in th
Picayune , he used the followinj
sentence : ' 1 had rare sport in killinj
j ck rabbita by firing off mj
inulo. Darby published caracatures o
ill his letters , and ono of his leading oar
toona ho devoted to this Bcimo. The cartoon
teen contained a mule standing with hi :
seek outstretched , , his foot braced and
lis tail standing atraijjht up in the air ,
5ut of the mule's mouth wan belchim
ire and smoke aud ball , and in front 01
lira were lying scores of dead and dying
ack rabbits , while behind him stood
Jronornl Barnard with ten-foot torch ,
irhich he was pointii g. directly at the
nule. When this curtoon appeared Oon-
ral Barnard was very 'angry , and hia
ricnda told him ho oould do nothing
tioi-o than challenge him. ' Challenge
lim,1 replied Barnard , 'I' ' don't dare to
hallonge him. He wouldn't fight. Ho
rould apologize and that would' makeino
aors ridiculous then ever.
Philadelphia records n failure in at-
ackiag overland electric wiros. The or-
linanco provides that the whole Uj733
nilta must go under by January S , but
he companies have not moved- and the
illcora say that no practicable system of
lurying tlio wires is yet known , and
hero io no chance that unj thing w.91 bo
ccompliohed beyond stimulating , the ox-
orlmontcre1.
FILES ! PIljUM ! PILKS1
A SUIIB QU11K VOUND AT jA8TI
NO ONK NKK1 BUFKKIl.
A sure cure for Blind , Bleeding , Italilngand
Ilceratod I'iles has been dircovorod by Dr.
Williams ( an Indian Itamedy , ) called Dr.
Wl'inn's Indian 1'ila Ointment A single
ox huj : cured tha worn' , hronio nates-of "o or
D years Btnndlug. Iio ono need BulTer flvo
linutoA after iipplymt' this wonderful Rooth-
ig mudioino. J-utions , Iiistrumunts and clec-
uulea do more harm than good , VT/lllum's
udlnn Pllo Ointment abxorbs thn tuiurrs , al-
.ya the Intoutio itcllintj , ( particularly nt night
[ Mr cettinc ; warm in bed , ) acts OH n poultice ,
ive-s inatiint ruliof , and Is prepared only for
ilns , { tolling of the private parf-i , aud for
DtllillQ olBO.
Head what tko ] Iou. J. M. ColliaVcrry , of
leveland , says about lr , William'a Indian
lie Ool ut ment : "I have usud eaures of 1'ilo
nntt , and it ivifurdu mo pleasure to say that I
two auvep found anything which ( J.IWQ such
iimodii u aud porumncnt ruliof as Dr. Wil-
Mii'd Indluu Cintrnent. Vos sale b all drug-
BUand malloit on receipt of price. 60c und
1. Sold at rotall by Kuhn & Co.
O. P. GOWWAN ,
Wlioln ate Aton ;
After thn "i > .Utlo of Gettysburg , ono of
10 union bnrial parties buried eighty
idornl soldiers in one trench. They
ere all from a Now York regiment , and
U had seemingly buon killed by one
olloy. They were almost in line , taking
p but little moro room than live men.
ill of them worn shot nbovo the hips ,
ud not ono of them apparently lived ten
ilnutea after being hit.
itFOH Nervous and Physical Debility ,
'read ' "the Science cf Life ; or , Self-
reservation. " Wurrantudus advertised ,
r money returned.
A Frenchman sent a circular to all his
rienda asking why they cultivated a
eiird. Among the answers nine stated
'becEiuto ' T wish to avoid shaving ; "
welvo , "became I do uot wish to take
old ; ' five , bfcause 1 wish to conceal bad
eotli1 ; three , "because I wish to conceal
ho length of my nose1 ; six , ' 'because I
in noldicr ; ' twenty-one , booanao I wat
eoldier ; " sixty-five , "bucauao uiy wife
ikes it ; " twenty-eight , beoiuso my love
ikes it ; " fifteen answered that they were
, o boards ,
YOtJNO MAN , KKAI ) TUIH.
THK VOLTAIO JSKLT uoyFAST , of Marshall
iIlchlRan , oner to lend their celebrated KLEO
mo VOLTAIC BELT and other KLKCTIUO AP-
'LlANOKa ' on trial for thirty days , to men
young or old ) aftlicted with nervous debility.
DKS of vitality anil manhood , and all kindred
roubles. Aino for rheumatism , neuralgia ,
uuatycU , and many other dieea8 j. Complete
( * tdratlon to hoalth. vigor and manhood
; uarautwiil No ruk inonrieJ , M thirty days'
rial li sJlfivod. Writa thwi &X one * for illw. .
LOP
I ( Ml ty IB M W " " Hr10 * t. n * * M * W
fvrilFI i&fiF
( ! 17 St. Chnrii-s s M > i | , . , vfs jj , , ,
l.til I5l ftb lli t rt 111 .A til , , , i 1'J.yHrur , 1C Bl. IjtA
Nervous FK-strillon. Debility Menla' *
Physical Wiac-oass , Mticiirldl and other All *
lions ol Throat. Skin or Ooncs. Dlooil Polsonln
old Sores and Ulcers. . . . . > . .M , n > , tnitmtiti
Diseases Arlslntj Irur * innis'crcVIon ! Exres
Exposure or Indulgence. Mht > , , \ af.weon
fe tnlm iflif'i ljt niitht * * .1 , t.ltrtr , ilt , of til
tuj d fpfll e ftiemorj' , | Inifi , * * . , th * r rf > , pL tlml 4 * i
rendorln ? Mirrl t Improper or unnrrvj i
, . . ,
6 e ur ty mr.ii free , tndltiTltoit H rltn f t fjupiU&oi ,
A Positive Wriuen Guaranto
ultn In til enrtliin en < < < Mr , llron : inl e < ftjwherf .
rarnphleti , Kunllih or iJrnmn , 04 pace > , d
crlblne above Unctises Iflmoloor fcmile , I'llE
mARRCAGE GUIDE- ]
MO r"Uti ! , fln rlulM Ilinitrilpl lo cloih atd sill tlodla
tj , wonr/ r-o'tftfot , &iui j > ip. r ovtr , s. * Tlili M.
oit lDi ! ! tbe eurloui. loubtftil or Inquulllro *
tnov , A took o' erml l to ulU UtUli. E A t
\Vlllimi-llvllin DLOOD.'rpfn
I ttu HID LlVr.R and KIDNCVE
Ullll III-tiTOlUt TDK HUAJ.TJ
nnil VIOOH of YOUTH. Vf
popsln , Wont of Appetite , Ir
dlKoatloti , l.nik of Htronctl
1 aiulTIr- " ' v""ji ntisolulcl
mroil. Honor. , niiisoloan
iiiTVpa recalvo nuwlorci
Kr.llvcns llio iiilnil an
nnpnllua llraln 1'owes
r
. . . aj ; ptiirerlimlrom complaint
. . . . - Jttju.'i * poeutlurto tlielr BUX wll
find In DR. 1'Kmil's ! IRON TONIO n pnfo no
tjyicily euro , pitcsa clcnr , Hc-iIUiy complexion
lolliupopnlarllynr hoorlelinlT IJonoteipurl
tncnt ( rettliu OiiiulN.M. AND IIKST.
Scud your nddroiatoTbn Dr. HnrtirMed.Co.l
St.Ixjni8 , Wo. , for our "DJIEAM HOOK. "
rnllof fitran aaDd us&fal.luformai ou.fn
SGienoe of Life Only $ 100
BY MAIL POSTPAID.
KKOW THYSELF , ,
A GUEA.T MEDlOAIi WOKK
MANHOOD :
Kihtnsted Vitality , Norvona aud Phyotoal Eoblllt
romaturo De < ; llue In Man , Krrora of youth , and th
mtold miseries resulting from Indiscretions or ei
: oflsc3. A book let every man , younp , middle ogei
.nd old. It contains 125 prescriptions for nil aon
.nil chronlo diseases each ono of which Is Invaluable
! o fonnu by tbo Author , whooo experience for 1
cnra la eucn as probably never neloro fell to the leif
if any physician. 800 pat'M , bound In bcautlfu
'ranch mu Iln ompossod covers , full , gilt puarantooc
o be a finer work In every aenso , machanlcal , lit
irory and profcssloral , than any ether work soldli
hla country lor $2/60 , or the money will be refundm
n every Inctnnco. Price oaly Jl.OO by mall , posi
aid. Illustrative sample 5 cents. Send now. Golc
ucdal awarded the Mthor by the National Medic *
.BBOch'.lon , to the officers of which ho rolcro.
The Science of Life should bo read by thoyoun :
Jr Instruction , and by the afflicted for relief. It wti
eneflt all. London Lancet.
There U no member of siclcty to wbom The Sol
nco of IJfe will not be useful , whether youth , par
tit , guardian , Instructor or clergyman. Argonaut.
Addreaa the Peabody Medical Infc.Hutc , or Dr. W
: . Parker , No. 4 Unlflnch Street , Itoaton , Mass. . whc
lay be consulted on all diseases requiring oklll and
( pcrlenoo. Chronic and obstlnatcdiscasos that bav <
ifflod the iklli of til other phys-lirjll clans ,
Bpeclaltyl Huch treated success-nCHL tnllj
IthOUt an Instance of failure.
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
DISPENSARY
SiLOGK ,
16th and Capttnl Avenue , troata all caaca Crip
pled or'Deformed , cJbotlleeaens ot tt
ff > wous System ,
Blood , and
Urinary Organs
All MUCH of Curvature of the Hpine , Crooked Feet
1 end Aims , Dlfoascs ot the Hip , Knee , and
iltlo Joint * . Al o Chronic factions oftheLlvei
luumntlem , TaralyeU , IT.cs , Ulcuru , Catarrh , Atli
k and Bronclilf.s are all treated tiy new and BUD
itfu ] methods. All dUaactScfAnc lllood nnd Urln-
C Organ ? , Includingthoao rraultln from Inclncru-
n , or cxpo ure , am nafel } uid euccessfully treated
il a cure guaranteed , \ounj men , roladla aged ,
d'old mou uuBcrln ; from > Vea'xne u and Nervous
huustlon , prniluctiih it ' 'aV.lou ' , Palpitation of the
iart , IK'SpoucUuc Dlzzuwm , Loaa ol iteinory.Lack
Energy and Ambition , can be restored to health
1 vigor , 11 cane In n 4 too lonjr neglected.
0 Snrixoon In ch ( ia U B graduate of Jcffer.
1 Uedloftl ColleKo 1805) and liaa studied lilt
ifeas'an In London , Patta anil Berlin. If aflilstod
lor wilt * fnll rteucrlpt'.ivj of your case , and inodl-
may bo eent you. Cciwultatlon fire. Aildiea
mUi Ulopunaary , Crou/iao'a lilock , Oumha , K b.
lee hours ID-IS a. m.,1-8 and7-8 p. m Rundaye.
Ot. m
? 3.8ond lor treatise slkhor on male dleeiuo or
urmlttej
< HOTTI.K *
iiluiti > cboi , . Bavaria
Bohemian
WOiMMSTTC
nl v idHr . f t , Lonis.
nhnnner . . . . - . - .St. Louis.
cut's . . . . - . . . Milvauke * .
ahhL' > P lsjjHr _ . . . . .Milwaukee.
ru 'h . Omaha
Ale , Pen r , Domestic and Rhiue
. MAOttMR.
nMT\youraililrpMloSwlftSi > oclflcCo.Dntwei 3 ,
fi\\3J Atlanta , ( ia. , for an Intortatlni : tmitlsu 1111
xnl mid tiklu Discard , ulilcl ) tbt-y uill toail friAt
Inflammatorv Rlieumatism ,
I wat attackdl taut winter "Itli liinaininatory rheti
i'l in cf cuvtre t > | > o-mj llrs.1 stilous Illucsu tine *
m : Jhailarlcms kind * ut truutini'iit ultli only
lupomry rullcl. Alter uten wi-fkn I wan rrdutwi ]
w tight S3 pound * , had no ttmigth imr njijutile
ilM Kronlii ) ; uv.ilor OMtry day In thU ruiullllmi
> etun H llt'ariK-clrtc , uiul In three iin > Ivgnu to
piute , ami In tliruo vvk I wu Irt'o fromilUcaao
ul iii > attendlnir to my regular lni lue.vi. 11) aiiiKi.
0 returned and 1 ruiiidly gained niy Htuli I hate
ilted thU \ < n > S tn lie crrtalu that inj euro van ) w
incut. U. 1' . UoouTXXB./tturnuy at taw ,
lruu lck , Uu , , JUIIQ SO , 1S31.
A GODSEND !
1 liahad rlicuinatlim lor forty ) , and tiave
n rellot cd M 1th a lew bottki c ( S. H H , 1 cojmi.ler
a 0&d-k nd to tbo attllcUxl ,
J , inViu.ku , Thorny GtAU2 , 18 , * J1.
CIT !
The remarkable growth rf Omubn
faring the last fovr years IB a matter of
'rest astonishment to these who pay an
occasional vlalt to thla growing city. The
levolopmont of the Stock Yards the
necessity of the Bolt Line Road the
inoly paved stroota the hundreds of now
residences nnd costly bunhieaa blocks ,
with the population of our city tnoro tlnn
loubled in the last five yoara. All thl
s a great surprise to vlaltoro and Is the
idralrallou of our citizens. Thla rapid
jrovrth , the bnolnoss activity , and thn
nany substantial improvement * madn a
ivoly demand for Omaha real eatato , and
( very Investor has mudo a bandoome
irofit.
Since the "Wall Street panlo last May ,
7lth the subsequent cry of hard tlmua ,
hero haa boon leas demand from specula-
era , but a fair demand from Investor )
coking homes. This latter class are
akini ? advantage of low pricoa lu build-
ng material and ere securing their homoe
t much loss coat than will bo possible a
car hence. Speculators , too can buy
eal oeta' 3 ob.no per now nnd ought to take
dvant o of present pricoa for future
profit- .
Too nest low yoara promises greatei
I vot-Dpments In Omah& than the prtBt
r yearn , -which have been as good are
ro could reasonably desire. .Now man-
faotnrlng establishments and largo job-
ing houeoa are added almost weekly , nnd
II add to the prosperity of Omaha.
There are many In Omaha and throngn-
ut the State , who have their taonoy In '
10 banks drawing a nominal rate of in-
orost , which , If "judiciously Invested in
tmaha real eatato , would bring them
mch greater returns. We have many
argaina which we are confident Trill
ring the purchaser largo profits In the
ear future.
We liavo for sale the finest resi-
ence property in the north and
western parts of the city.
North we have fine lots at rcasou-
r > lo prices on Sherman avenne.l 7th ,
8th , Iflth and 20th streets.
West on Farnairi. Davenport , \ |
uming , and all the loading streets
t that direction.
The grading of Fariiam , Califor-
ia and Davenport streets has made
icesaible Borne of the finest and
icupest residence property in the
ty , and with the building of the fi
reet car line out Farnam , the pro-
irty in the western part of the city
ill increase in value.
We nlso have the agency for the
indicate and Stock Yards pnnior-
iu the south part of the c.ity. Thr
iveiopments made in this section
r the Stock Yards Company and
o railroads will curtainly double
o price in a short time ,
Wo also hav sonir1 fiu busme.s-
ts and some uleganr ,
for salu ,
Parties wishing toinwstwill find
mu Rood calling on u
U B8TATK
BROKERS.
South 14th Si ;
jet een Faruham ituJ louii.v- . .
P. S. Wo ask those who
operty for sale at n burg&iu to ie
a call"We waut only ba
re \vill jH > flitively not handl
tv t n orethfui it" ' . " 'a ! VHIH
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