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r THE DAILY BEE THURSDAY , JUNE 18 , 1885.
CHILLS AND FEVERS
PAIN IN THE BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine lias Trade Mark and crossed lied
LInei on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
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Works AOdros" . 1' . J > . OLAIIKU , M. D. ,
ISO houth Uurlc Street , CHICAGO , ILL ,
IS CONDUCTED BY
Eoyai Havana Lottery i
tA aOVSRNMKHT IHSTITUTION. )
Drawn at Havana Cuba ,
Every 10 to 14 Days.
Ti&staln ? iths ; uholos 83 ; Fractionsfioiita.
AQDjucl to ou umnlpanllou , aai coatrolltd by the
iMtleiln Interest. It IB the fulreit thing In tbe
Atuitof chuooln eilatonoo.
Kor tickets apply to BHIPSEY & CO. , 1212 Uroad
w 7N. Y. City ; , or IT.OTTENa ft 00 , 010 lf ln St.
I am ui old mm. For 23 years I suffered with ul-
ccra on uiviiht loira * the result of typhoid ( o\er.
Amputation w a suggested aj the only means ot pre
serving life. The doctors could do nothlnj for mo ,
and thought I must dlo For thrco years I never
had a shoo on. Swift's Specific ha * made a perma
nent euro and added ten > cars to my life.
WM . URKD , UallCo. Ga.
I have taken Swift's Specific for blooj poison con
tracted at a medical college at a dlssactlon , while I
was n medical student. I am grateful to say that it
RS\O mo ao > eoJy andthorooKh euro after my pa
rents liau spent hundreds of dollars for treatment.
AU3U3TH3 WlXDEL , JI D. , Nowatk. N. J.
My wl'o from early clrlhood baa been BuIIerliig
( rom rUcumatlsm. Mho his tried many rfmodles ,
and I must frankly siy has derived moro benefit
( rom Swift's peclflo than from all tie ethers , alter
long and faithful trial.
11B7. JA3. L. PipacK , Oxford , Oa.
Swift's Gpoclflo la outcrely vceetablo , Trcatlso on
Bood and dkUi Diseasoa mailed ( roe.
The SAUT SracincCo. , Drawers , AtlanU.Oa , , o
TH15 ONLY BXOLU6IV1I
IN OMAHA * NED.
Town Lots in Denver .Junction
Weld County , Colorado.
Denver Junction la a new town , of about 200
inhalxiant * , laid out In 1884 , oo the great
trunk , railway acoou tbe continent , at the
junction of the JuJeabutc Branch , 137 mllei
from Denver. Tha town ta on second bottom
land of tbo 1'Jatte Elver , the Cno t location
between Omaha and Denver , and It lurround-
ed by the bait-laying land * we t of iKearnoy
Junction , Neb. ; climate hejJthy and-bracing ;
altitude SG M ) foot. Denver Junction .bids to
become ac important point , M the CT. iF. E.
H. Co. , are putting upmauycrf their buildings
here , while tha B. & M. It. K.Oo..Bre ; pect.
ed aoon to connect at this plaea. The pioaent
chcnce for Rood inyostmeata la town Iota will
fwrcelv evervbs equaled elsewhere. Poraale
Vy the lot or block Io good terani by
H. M. WOOLMAN ,
Agent , Denver Junction Cole ,
.SAVINGS BANK !
Cor. 13th mid Douglas S 0.
Capital Stock , - - - .
Liability of Stookholdera , 800,000
Five Per CentlDlcre Paifl onDeposi1 ?
LOANS MADE ON REAL JMSTA 7
B u , CTOHE
OUT OF SCHOOL.
AD Eyil Pfmicions Io Pplar Edu
Indecorum Fostered by NclRlibor-
'liooil Comment Tcnchors
To the Editor ot the KEE.
I have been led to address yon this by
certain uUownccs at the court honao at
the recent meeting of the County Teach-
era1 atsoclatton , On that occasion a pa
per trm road on the subject of school
attendance , the writer of which II
tightly understood , takes the ground
that the teacher alone Is responsible foi
arrcgular attendance and absonco. The
subject is Important and the statement
startling , now to secnro regular and
punctual attendance nt school Is the
pressing problem. Irregular and non <
attendance is the bane of our public
schools. The solution of the problem It
made moro urgent by the
report that * the attendance at some of
the schools In this county is often done
almost to the zaro point. Such a state
of affairs is certainly suggestive of the
necessity of nn Imperative demand foi
reform. To this alleged rospouilblllty ol
the teacher I did not , at the time , hav (
nn opportunity to respond , and I non
wish to go on record.
Now , the education of American people
plo Is a vast undertaking of absorbing
and far reaching interest. It Is ln _ the
interest of the people. Including withir
the range of its beneficence all the
dwellers In the land , the rich and the
poor , the great and the lowly , and the
united effisits of many people arc neccs *
sary to Its nnccosaful accomplishment. Ir
this great educational cnterprlto there
are three paitles particularly responsible ,
and that may be said to bo under c
covenant in this respect. These parties
are the community , the parent , and the
teacher. The community is responsible
for the beginning of the work , for the
building of school houses and the pay
ment of the bills , for the opening of the
schools , and for subsistence In the cam
paign against Ignorance and vice. ; and
above all Is the community responsible
for a proper public sentiment. For no
school can bo elevated much above what
public sentiment demands without
being dragged downwards.
Lot the proper public sentiment pre
vail and the success of the educational
enterprise is assured.
The second of theao contracting parties
is the parent. And hero , If anywhere , Is
found excess of rosposibillty. For the
school is for the child , and by nature the
child in in the care of the parent. All
that the community and the teacher do
In this matter Is done In behalf of the
parent. In order that ho bo relieved , it
Is his duty to see to the attendance of his
child at school. And public sentiment
ought to be of a sort to demand of the
parent the performance of that duty.
The parent should not withhold from the
teacher his hearty sympathy and support.
This Is a matter of duty and not of pref
The third of those contracting parties
In the educational enterprise la the teach
er , on whom rests very grave resposlblll-
tlcs. Ho Is the parent's agent whoso
place he takes in the school room. On
the teacher , the agent of the parent , de
pends the absolute work of the schrol
But the appointed place for the perform
ing of the agent's duty In this case Is the
school room ; and , therefore. In the
nature of the case , the teach
er's responslb llty for the attendance
tondanco of the pupil at school can not
bo more than Incidental and voluntary.
The teacher has undoubted responsibili
ties of sufficient weight without being
saddled with that which belongs else
That writer's ' utterances and Ilia Dear-
Ings of this allcgoment under considera
tion , on the compulsory attendance
topic , Is worthy of notice. That writer
favors a compnlsory attendance law.
That IB , after declaring that the teacher
alone la responiiblo for the attendance of
the pupil at school , ho invokes a law
compelling the parent to perform that
duty. It is submitted that to allow 'that
thia alleged responsibility of the teacher
Is warranted by the facts in the caao , ef
fectually knpcka the bottom out of the
compulsory attondanca law Idoa.
For a fuller explanation of thb alleged
responsibility of the teachers and 'its
future bearlnga after Illustrating the com
plication of school matters the following
narratlvo may serve , the conclusions be
ing from apprehensions at the tlmo and
My earlier years were pasted in a dis
tant state then of the "wild west" I
lived in the country several miles from
the city. My homo was near the neigh
borhood hamlet , with itu crossroads
store , postofiico , blacksmith shop and the
little red school house In sight on the
hill. Hero during a portion of the yea
I was accustomed to attend -nchool , thi
chief task being In the tpslllng book
Time and place considered the schoo
The teachers were after themanner
thoco of their day , ffroe and easy , of fa !
powora , but without training 'or syste
natio plan tor tholr work , and with
iardly an exception , wore moro school' '
opow , the greater portion .of them
3elngjjiokleg lawgenwho } "thoy do say1
ifore always willing to discuss tto "pint1
Well. , tnns time passed on till I hid
ache4iay foartectathjyoar , whec. & man
rom the city was pat In charge of the
chool. ( Ho was a stranger , but con-
rtry to > hla prodocesaou , secured the
oiltlon , cot on the cooommendation of
ho superintendent , bat In splto of this
zeelloncy. "Well , tb'u stranger had .ox-
olleat qualifications , was , a competent
oaobar , .trained nad experienced
nd of good .character , free from the
suat pedagroe wuinpory And entangling
lllance * . Q was saber , Lad good mor-
Is and habits , raras on eirncai worker ,
nd do-votod ts his busiacfle. But hU
rays In * ohool wore new then. Ho con-
olldated some of the daises and orory.
ilng he taught was in the now way , pro-
uclng a storm among the fogieq , occa-
lonlng an absorbing jiubbub.
Well , daring the first week of asbool ,
10 Sowing Circle mot In conclave and
isumod the high functions of public
Minors in manners , morals , and educa-
on , The cicrctf o of it * atsumed ofliclal
utloj then and there wai to ridicule and
mdomn the Innovations In the school
id to preach the teacher's funeral ,
riklng boldly oat en the geography
tcket. ( I never knew a teacher before
its to bound oven his own state except
i a very approximation manner ) . Imn > e <
ate remit of that proclamation : One
> y's name utriokon from the roll and the
ly school correspondingly Increased.
The arithmetic crank was the next
ckor. Ho took his boy from school b -
U80 the boy didn't Ifftrn to cipher Ibe
way he did down oatt. ( That boy had
winter's skating and rabbit hunting ) .
The teacher made war on the old
"Blncbaok" spelling book and onited it.
Thou the storekeeper's wife , a recent
convert In the church and prominent In
the sewing circle. , put her ( war ) paint on ,
hoisted the flag and lead n crusade against
thn teacher on the spelling racket. An.
other funeral was preached , Then the
chncklehoad of the region took his chll <
drcn from school because they wore re.
quired to take langnrgo lessons which he
didn't want , and became his girl wai
reprimanded for Idling. The largest
girl in school and the loader , said the
teacher was mean. She had been roprl <
mandod for being inattentive , and dis
posed to bo * noiiy and unruly , She
finally loft school.
With this ltl It may bo added , by waj
of extenuation , that "thoy do nay" thai
the store clerk was sweet on her. Witt
him it was the seventh , with her , hoi
Grit mash , and nt morning , noon one
night , thrco times a day , they "mot bj
chance , the usual way. "
Now the Incorrigible and the doacon'i
hopeful wore great cronies. The tcachei
boarded at the deacon's. Then came tin
protracted mooting , with great roligloni
excitement and several converts to thi
church. But the teacher seldom attended
od , and when ho did so , hi
neither spoke out * In meeting no :
on the "ragged edge. " This waa nion
than fanaticism could boar. A corps
composed of the deacons , deaconesec
and daughters , with the now converts
was formed , and a crusade iuaugurato (
ngalnat the teacher on the roliglou
racket. Another funeral was preached
( The whole crutado outfit would bavi
been obliged to have studied the !
primers before they conld hiwo taugh
that party In morAls or In nnythiuf
And to add to the complications , fron
the other end of the line came the superIntendent
Intondont grim , like a dark and over
banging cloud , shadowing the teachoi
Let a little light on that ihadoircd am
Now , I attended that t chool every da ]
of the term and I consider myself fortu
nate in being privileged to do so. Darin ;
that tetm I studied moro and learned
moro than over before or since In the
same length of tlmo in school , and had
neither occasion nor time to Inaugurate r
crusade against the teacher. I also con
sider It forlunatn that I was not obliged
to attend school there after that. Parnei
boomed for * hnt echool by that
superintendent and approved and
indorsed by that sowing circle ,
didn't suit mo and mine. The following
year I attended school In an adjoining
county , and then went to an academy in
Now that teacher , the opposition
nevertheless , was right , and couldn't
have done different , and wai a great Im
provement on his predecessors , all the
fogies , kickers , those ombryotlc censors
of the cowing machine circle , and all
such superintendents of the pumpkin
roller order as that one was , to the con
To say that the teacher was the cause
of that damaging display , that ho waste
to blame for that display of ignorance
and fanaticism , tinctured with prejudice
and Intemperance , wonld bo the length
W. S. ANDEIISON.
OMAHA , Juno 1C , 1885.
WHISKY AND THE EED
SKINS , '
Complaints to tlio Local Federal Au
thorities Why the Indian
Should Not ' 'Indulge.
Tuesday Assistant United States Attorney
tornoy Uartlett received a lengthy loiter
from Maj. WllkerBon , of the Winnebago
Indian agency , complaining of numerous
abunes which are being practiced by the
natives toward the red men. The chief
point of complaint In the letter fa the
continued selling of liquor to the
Indians , on the part of certain miscreants
who are moro anxious to make money
than they are to conform to the ( statutes
of the United States. Mr. Bartlett has
promleed a speedy investigation and ad
justment of the grievances , and has sent
a special man to the reservation to In-
qulro Into the matter and niako any
necessary arrests. The complaints which
have hitherto been preferred against
white men for Belling liquor without a
license , have come entirely from tlio
southern agencies ; so that thin mat
ter la to ba investigated for the first time
with reference to the Winnebago agency
which Is situated In the northern part cf
The federal la\va against this crime ore
very strict. The matter of selling whleky
to the red man is not so much a crime
per so , as when contidercd In connection
rith Its effects. The dueky son of the
forest , say these who have control o
him , is hard lonough to manag
whdn In sober condition. But when th
element of "firo water" Is to bo conuid
erod In the problem of how to manag
him , the question becomes doubly per
ploxlng. The Indian , when whisk ;
bos strengthened evocy fibre of Intrastl
bltity in his being , ( becomes , to use ex
presaivo along ) , "a holy terror , " and no
Infrequently will endanger the lives o.
; ho white settlers. For these reasons
.ha federal authorltleo of Nebraska are
ietormtaed to strictly enforce tbo 1m-
lortant statutes bearing on this point.
TIJOBO Who Will Speak.
The High School graduates , who have
'eon ' eoloetod io speak at the commence
ment erorolses of that Institution , are
Ilnnlo Chambers , Addle Hnrlburt ,
iarrlo Horlburt , Allca Rustln , Victoria
> verallt Minnie Thomas , Carl Johnson ,
lorrls Hall , and Howard Kennedy. The
raduates number nineteen , but , to give
hern all aa opportunity of sayli/g their
ttlo piecoa , would require nearly a
hole ni ht , therefore It was thought
bat thoao who were not anxious could
0 left out. Iho wtolo class , however ,
111 appear on ihe opera house stage and
: toivo their diplomas.
Ed. Leedor returned Suotday ! from
Waterloo where he went Monday to ahoot
1 a match with Bahew , at Fremont , on
wager of 50.00 a aide. The following
the score :
seder 10 [ '
abew , , 8 If
TOTAL Nl'HllKlt Of FOINIb
leder , , . .
, , , , , , , , .27 r
OLD THINGS PASSED AWAY ,
Tlio Dedication of the W , O. T. U.
Rooms Tlio Now Qunitcrs.
The dedication of the Buckingham to
its now purpose in the hands of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
wnaholdTnesdiy night in connection with
the formal reception. The audltorum
waa comfortably filled. The exorcises
were varied and Interesting , bolng pro-
aided over by the president of the local
Union , Mrs. Gratton.
Rev. W. J. Hnralm delivered the
opening normon , noticing the great
change that had boon wrought , and pre
senting in nn earnest forclblo way , the
need of thorough conscientious gospel
work in the locality which has b en lu-
vnded by the bravo women of the Union.
fie was followed by others spcnkots in
fivo-mlnuto talks , among them Gen. 0.
0 , Howard , Rov. W. E. Oopoland , A.
D. Jones , nnd Col. Ghnib. A. D. Jones'
speech , delivered In his own style of
unctnoua humor , was greatly enjoyed by
the auditors ,
The music of the evening was rendered
by a cpocial choir , under the fklllfnl
leadership of Franklin S. Smith , and
furnished ono of the moat enjoyable f oa
turcs of the dedicatory exorcises.
After the speaking nnd singing wore
over , the company repaired to the lunch
rooms , where nn enjoyable repast was
The rooms of the once dirty nnd be
fouled Buckingham theater have under
gone n vast and wonderful change. The
transformation Indeed , Is so great that the
old and now uoem to have nothing In
The auditorium part of the building
hai been thoroughly cleaned nnd palntod
and furnished with chairs which afford a
seating capacity of several hundred , The
apartments Immediately north of the an-
dionco room , which wore 'formerly occu
pied by the wlno nnd dressing rooms , have
been entirely remodeled and thrown into
ono , and carpeted , papered and
painted. This Is called the
rending room , and is provided with chairs ,
tables , otc. It is the most coay and
homelike department of the establish
ment. The next room , once occupied by
the bar and office of the theatre , haa been
changed into n lunch room , having been
cleaned , repainted nnd provided with oil
cloth matting. The appointments of nil
the rooms are comfortable , convenient
and In perfect tasto. The ladles of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
are to bo congratulated upon tholr now
quarters , and upon the auspicious man
ner In which their bravo work in the de
graded part of the city has been opened.
THE BAY STATE COMPANY ,
Tlio Directors Arrive in [ Omaha
Their Tour Westward.
In the Vermont Cantralapeolal car"Gar
field" there arrivodnt ten o'clock yesterday
morning the mombora of the directory of
the Bay State Land and Cattle company ,
in all sixteen aontlomon as follows : G.
W. Simpson , M. B. Boynton , 0. W.
Fierce , J. Q. Lowell , F. Reltonbach ,
Ohas. A. Viallo , J. 0. Melvln , L. V.
Nllos , Goo. F. Blake , N. B. Plnmor , all
of Beaten ; J. H. Kimball , Bath , Mo. ;
S. S. Kimball , Concord , N. H. ; A.
Coimtock , Providence , R. I. ; , T. P. Har
ris , Salem , Mass ; J. P. Robinson , S.
W. Patlcn , Bangor , Mo.
The gentlemen were mot nt the depot
by Mr. John A. McShane , the enporm
tendont of the company , and escorted t (
to the Hillard hotel. After dinner , under
dor the guidance of Mr. McShano an
othera the party was driven about th
olty and out to the stock yards. Propo
efforts were made to Impress the visitor !
with the growing importance ot Omah
as n stock centre , and in this direction
admirable success was attained. All
them express themselves aa nmch pleased
not to say astonished , at the growth o
the etock Interests of this city , nnd ex
preaa a belief in the coming importanci
of this point as the gro&i
catilo mart for the northwest ,
They awaited the arrival of Mr. Goorgi
H. Hammond hero last night , desiring ea
pecially to see and confer with him. Thi
journey westward will be continued to
day by special coaitoiy of tbo com
psny on the Union Pacific lines. They
will go to the ranches of the company ,
near Autelopevlllo , arriving there In titn
to witness the grand annual round-up am
" . "
From Mr. Arthnr E. Spronl , a gentle
manly representative of the Beaten
Herald , who is traveling with 1 he party
It was learned that the directors had lef I
Boston ou the llth ! nsttravoling westvia
Montreal , and over the Grand Trnnk ,
arriving In Chicago Sunday. There they
spent the day , and left Monday morning
for Monticello , Iowa , where Mr , Simp
son , the president of the company has
extensive creamery interests. Thence
they proceeded Omahaward , on a special
over the 0. M. St. P. & 0. Their trip
westward Is solely ono of pleasure.
Many of the directors have never seen
the ranches of the company , and , of
; onrso , fool a natural interest in the In
spection , which will bo tha main object
) f the trip.
The Bay Slnto company Is ono of the
argoat institutions of its kind In the
Torld , owning extensive ranges in No-
jrasko , Colorado and Wyoming. They
lave on their ranches this year about
)5,000 ) head of stock. It la this inmo
sompiny that has had during tbe'past
vlnter on feed at the Willow Springs
llstlllory 1,000 head of cattle , from
rhlch were taken the tint cattle killed by
ho beef-packing establishment cf Earn-
aond & Co.
The oflicora of the company are George
V. Simpson , President ; M. B. Boynton ,
IcQ.prcsldent ; G. R. Chamberlain , too-
etary and treasurer , and J. A. McSbane ,
In addition to hLi duties as acting as-
iatant quartermaster at those hoadqnar-
ors , Fi t Lieutenant Joseph A. Sladon ,
'ourtoenth infantry , ald-do-camp , will
kko charge of the cfiica of the inspector
eneral cf the department nntil the ar-
ival of Major Robert n. Hall , Tvvcnty-
The contributions to the prizes
tr tbe earning rlflo conlost
re slowly but surely coming In. 5 P.
[ otsB his signified his Intention of rafs
ig a pnisa of $50 , Kaufman Bros will
mtrlbute a $15 box of imported clgare ,
bile other prizes have been oftdrod.
en. Cowin and Judge Savage have alao
ified their willlngnois to acalst in the
ork of riitinjj a pnrso representing
10 prize offer of too locil bar. It is
obablo that most of tbo post * cf the
tpartmcnt will offut prizes. Fort
'ashakle has been hoirdrom , and will
jsp a puree of f 20 ,
Tree from Oi > t lii , l.'itiftlci nnd l'o\ion \ .
A PROMPT , SAFE , SURE CURE
Fcr Conch * , Sere TJiront , Ilnnr ciiM" Influence ,
Cold * * HronehtMs C'rmip , \ \ linoptnff Conffht
Aptlinm * Qulii ay i t'fitnt In Clict an ! other
Afcctlont cf th Th rent n 11.nnc ; * .
lYIco 50 cent * i hottlp. Sold br DrneelMR nthl PcRl-
CTC , JMrtlea nnat It to tnarce their itfnltr
by muting one ilollar to
THE nuntrs A. oc.rtrn conr.m ,
&ria Owner * an I MtnnfActiirfr * .
llalllmorc. 3l rjUnJ , C.P. JU
017 SI. Charles S , . , St. i-oiiis
Aturairir > 1oi e M V < ile iC ir huhcc
if | fedn ! lteBpetlnU * * > MiifHof 01. i Nat
3 Htc > t > i n iMt&uci tor af i tyi'c'tn '
fcifllj fMftl b wMii' ' * * J r ldfltit t ir
Nervous Pnisiratliin , Ockllltf , Mont" ' > . ' 'i
'hjf.lcal Weakness ; Mercurial and otiui i- e
Cions nt Throat. Skin or Rones , Olovd PoL. . \ ' .
old Sores aH Ulcers. r crtv t iiii nj > - . .
rrrrcn.onutmi-l-nua- ? ii t\pn tt.'tt'rltud. \ .
Diseases Arising fro PI Indiscretion , t > m > ,
< p < Hure or Indulgence , ubict tolc ICKI < u <
HHoalor ffe m crrtomen , d Mlu , ] | c.r i < or > lj >
icadcfccllro ronwrftMplet on * h r , tt jtlcOdKri ,
> T > icnlolb < loclei ; o ( ItnmUi ccaintift atll ; , < ( . %
rendering Mnrrlntro Improper or tinhanpy. i
pcruactiiljeurrd , I imphlftut parnlrnUo % ixitttti4
U Ital I fttr ! pHj , rreolo unv t.J rf . Coniultalicettt
. . .
A Positive Written Guarantee
f lrt In ll con&lo cuci. Mtdlel&ri lent eTerjvhctr
Vimliot , Kn ll li er Oorrcan , ui >
icrlbtue above rtiiteA o , la laelnor fem
James Medical Insti Wo
Chartered by tlicStntcof Illi
nois for the express ) purpose
of givinglmmcdlate relielin
all chronic , urinary and pri
vate diseases. Gonorrhoea ,
complicated forms , also all
diseases of the Skin and
Bloodpromptly relieved anil
pcrmanentlycured by reme
dies , testedin a l'i tyYcars
Weakness , - , , ht Losses by Dreams , Pimples on
the FaceLost Manhood , positively cnuil.Tlieto
tanocxi > criinc ttmi' The appropriate remedy
is nt once used In each case. Consultations , per.
sonal or by letter , sacredly confidential. Med
icines sent by Mall and Express. No marks on
package to indicate contents or sender. Address
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, . . . IrntOA , Mich. , Feb. 8 , 16SS ,
. M. LOOSE * Co . MOITBOI , Mich.
OEMS 1 am using your Fluid Extract Bed Clorci
Blossom and Wet Compress for Cancer on the breast ,
nnd am well. I am eitistlod it In the best remedy fa
Cancer known. You are welcome to ujo this tor th
honeQt of rutrcrinir humanity.
llespLCttully , J1I13. L. A. JOHNSON.
_ Toinx ) , O , January 17 , 1SS3.
3. . loose & Co , MO-.JIOK , Mich.
OnxTLZBEV Sly vrlfa boo for eomo tlmo boon aflllcted
with Bomctblng llkoa wrof ulous illaonao , nnd found no
relict until cbe traroyour hxtract of lied Cloreratrlal.
I am happy to nay she has oipcrlonccil cro relief.
Tbli la Dut a plight testimonial of my appreciation of
your efforts In behalf of humanity , which you are
welcome to use for their benefit.
I am , lery respectfully , II. AEJIB ,
, . . TOLEDO , O. , Boo , 1st , issa
I.K. Loons & Co. , llounon. Mich.
uXNra i oomnienced taklnfr your Ext. nod ClOTCr ,
Vo f * ra EO , for l.ryelnolM. and to Te not been
tr * bir unco. It Is liere < lltary * ltn me. Think you
Save tb wstbloooinMlc4ne known.
Yoni truly. W. M. SLIDERT.
It n. flyman , of Grand Rapids , Mich. . ay After
Iwo Doctors idt Isul lilin to use Looso'8 1 xt. lit d Cloicr
Car A luul cofte of 1 tzcma , or > eTer bore on the ] e&
oulr usedtwp poundflot yourSolld txtract Jtod Cloyeo
Am now well.
ABASpnng Medicine Tonlo nnd general Illfxxl rurV
acrltnasnoeqnal. torealobrall drutrghti , orj. M ,
Uiote & Co. , Monroe , Jllch.
KEMI DYl'iuiE. A victim of yauthfnlininradpnca
cauilntr I'remature Pecor. Nervous Debility , Lost
Manhood , do , having tried In vain over/ known
nmedy.hag discovered A tlrapl oraeaniof self-euro ,
which he will Bond 1 ItKli Io his ( eltow-eutT
Stallion , Jack , Sheppard Jr ,
Will Bland ( or ( took at Omaha fair grounds the
asonof 1885. UelilOJ hanlshlgb. Height 1285
, bis lire JACK SuBrriRD U full brother In blood k
SITUS. 2:17 : } , also to DiCTATonthe sire ol Jir.iTi SB
10 , KAU.AS , iii : } and DIRECTOR 2:17. Call at tb
klr Kicundi and leo him and get nls peolgree
ttuU terms tJir the teuon. A.TUOU-'ON.
IOWING & GO , r
'BOUGHT ' IRON PIPE ,
illriLU od Cut Ire.
Dad Plpo and Sheet Load ,
UOIUHISUTOX BTKiB rial's ,
'IraliEis'Qasanil ' steam ntteis'
IRON & BRASS GOODS ,
SNOINEERS' SUPPLIES ,
4h&DodoeSs OMAHA. EB.
langer Dai at la I Culmbachcr Iarl
ener IJobemlan Kalier .Ilremeii
idnelser St Louis I Auhauior St. Louis
st'a . . . . . . . .Milwaukee | Bchlltz I' lener.Ull auke
' Ale 1'orter nomestloand
ug'a Ouuha i , ,
DMAUEEE , 12)3FarnamSt ) ,
(300CES80HS ( 10 fOUS 0. JAOOES )
ii Ibo old tUnd HIT JTurotm 8L Crdert by Ml <
ph ( pUcltod and prcmpW ktUodod to. Iefp ! < JOO-
213 S , 14th STREE'
BET , FARETAM AND DOUGLAS.
Have a large list of inside business and resi
dence property , and some of the finest suburban
property in and around the city ,
We have business property on Cnpitol Avenue , Dodge ,
Douglas , Farnnni , ITnriiey , Howard , 9th , lOlh , 13th imd
Wo Imvo fine residence property on Fnrnain , Douglas ,
Dodge , Dnvenport , Chicago , Cuss , California streets , Sher-
mnn , St .Marys and Park Avenues , in fact on all the best
residence streets. We have property in the following ad
E.V. Smith's ,
( rise's ,
College Place ,
Park Place ,
West End ,
Reed's First ,
Kountz & ; Ruth's ,
Burr Oak ,
Isaac & Seldon's >
West Omaha ,
Grand View ,
Credit Foncier ,
Kountz' Second ,
Kountz' Third ,
Kountz' Fourth ,
Hill Side ,
Tukev &Kevsors ,
Clark Place ,
Msers. & ; Richards , 1
And all the other Additionsto : the
Adjoins the stockyards property in South Omaha
These lots are aold at $100. They are nicely lo
cated and will make convening cheap , and de fJK
sirable homes for the employes of the stock
yards and packing honses.
Tukey & Keysors Sub-divisioru
Located in West Omaha , two blocks south of Leavouworth street , w
fine location and the cheapest lots in Omaha$125 ; for inside lots an < 3
150 lor corners ; terms § 10 down , balance 85 per mouth ; dent fail to
see these if you want a bargain.
Wo have a few lots left in Kirkwood addition , which we offer afc low
I.rices , terms 25 down balance $10 per month. These lots are on high
level ground and are desirable.
This addition is more centrally located than any other new addition
near the best Schools m the city. All the streets are being put to grade
the grades have oeen established by the city council , and is very desira
ble residence property , only 16 blocks from Post office , prices lower than
adjoinine additions for a home or investment. These lota cannot bo
3onSAW-Lot on Davenport with fine
house. $2,000 ,
FOB BALE Full lot 21 t and Clark street , 6
room house , 82,800.
Ton SALE Beautiful aero lot in Gise's add.
Ton SALE- ! lot on Chicago ( treat between
18th and 140) , $2,500.
BEAUTIKCL lots corner F mam and 20th
street cheap ,
FOB SAiK-LoU In Walnut bill , 8200.
FOB SALE- ! lot withC room house 210t
street caty payments , 82,000 ,
FOB BALE Lot 28th and Farnam street ,
good property , $1,000.
FOB BALB-i acre on California , east of
Sacred Heart ; house , barn , anl cistern , cheap
FOB BALK LoU la Hanscom place each ,
8600.FOB BALE-100 feet front on KthatrpeLwitb
email hou o imt south of llaitman School , on
FOB BALI Full lot and 5 room boose corne *
llth nnd Caatollar , $2'100.
FOB BALK Lot and 2 honaea 18th and Nlch.
TTe will jfurnisJtfcconveyience free to iny
part'ofthe city to show property to our jrientls
mnVciistvniet-8 , anil cheerfully ffive\in/orma-
tionlreyardin Omaha Property.
Tliose wholltave l > aryains to offer or
property at aWaryain , are
Bedford & Souer ,
Real Estate Agents
JI3S , 13th St , , bet. Farnam'&Doiielas
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