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THJffi DAILY BEE-MOM DAY , JULY 6,1835.
THE CHEAPEST PLAOE IN OMAHA TO BUT
One of ho Best'and Largest Stocks iu the United Stater
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEQ-ANT PASSENGER ELEVATOB
\Vliolure trlfltil nray their youthful % lRor and itowcr ,
BiifroHnirfr..iii t Trllil JUlAlXS mid I , O SSXS , who
IMl'OrKNTaiid unlit lor iiiarrlnRo.
MENof all ages , who find the r POWER
amiltnllly , , iiuni'fc'imii 'SUXUA.C blllCSUTII weakened. t >
early li.mu or nXCKSSHb , c rccclvc aiiuiltivonnd InntliiR
Utf III : . MO matter or Mow loim , tanilltift tlio ciisomay be , or wlu
has lulliu to cure1by n few wrcks nr innnllK u n < * the celebrated
AtliompwllhoiitcxiMisiire. UiLHSS time. anillorM.SSmonpy tliai
nny nlhcriiiulhoil litthoworl'1. ' Weak back , licailnclic , r.JIISBlONS
lAsslluclo. InesnrpplrltsnmlaniMtlnn.plnnTiiy tlionpliU. d r o a ( I I u
drcanii. JefcctUa turtnnrr , IML'OTKNOK , nis. Imppdlmcnts ti
mnrrlapn , nmlnunyoilier synipli > nu leadlni ; to CON3LIMrriON o
INSANITY , nro prouiptly rciuu\cil b ) tills trcatmuul , UUJ vlgorou ;
manliooil rLSIored ,
§ MarricilJ\feti \ , or those who inicnil to marry ,
RnMRJtnER. riorfcct ncsunl dtrciiBlh means , licahh , vigorous off-
. , K , lotiir llfo nmltlio lovoanil rrtncel ofn fillliriilfa \ , \Vcak niciiFlioiild bu restored to vlnor
/'manhood ' licforo marrlano I'roofd. 4 < > HtliiioiilnlH nnd valintile tro.itl e JJ Btnmps.
j ; Oistab.iS770Aaarcss : The Climax IVIodical Co , GO4 , St. LOMIS , R/o. /
WHEN SOLICITED TO INSURE IN OTHER COMPANIES ,
Remember These Bmoortant Facts
ulna ! Life Insurance any
OF HEW YORK.
1 , It B tlio OLDEST nctlvo Life Insurance Company In thli country.
! ! . It lathe LAllUESr Llfo Inauranco Company by many millions of dollars In the world.
S. Its rati-a ol premiums are LOWKIl than these ol any other company. - "
4. It has no "etocl < holdors"toclalm any parl of Hi profits. " " 1
6. It ollois no SCIIE JIE3 under the iiauio of Insurance for speculation by special clwaoa upon the
mslloitunca oltach ether *
6. Its present rualliblo CASH RESOURCES exceed these ot any othot Llfo Ineuranca Company In the
world. * " i jju
It haa received In cash ( mm all sources , from February. 1843 , to January , lESfi , f270C02,6S4.CO.
It has returned to the people , la cash , from February , 1813 , to January , 1885 , $210,091,211,00.
Its cash Assotsontho let ot January , 1885 , amount to more than
W. F. AI LEN , MERRILL & FERGUSON ,
General Agent for Gen , Airts. for
Nebraska , Dakota , Colorado , Wyoming and Michigan , Indiana , Illinois , Wisconsin , Iowa
Utah. and Minnesota.
OfGca Cor.Farnam nndlSth St.0vor IstNftt'l. Detroit , Michigan ,
Batik , Otriahn , Neb M. F. ROHHER ,
Special Agent for Iowa , Council Bluffs , Iowa
7CLi.cK , F.DR. & Supt. a. r , N. SADLER , Asst. Eng u , w. DIAMOND , Asst. See
MISSOUEI VALLEY BRIDGE AND IRON WORKS
OFFICE AND WORKS LEAVENWOIiTlT , KANSAS.
llan'tg's and Builders of
Wronglit Iran , Steel , Howe
Truss and Combination
For Railroads and Highways
Turn Tables , Draw Spans , Boo
Tiussoj , Piers ana Sub'
lns'EySliiie ' , Tullockj
A. ird.outh , Aeent ,
II. A. Wise , r <
mnjiijool a'lurllra work to lot. Oorrtspoadsnjj solicited from o&glntcra and br
LARGEST STOCK OF WINDOW CLASS IN THE WEST. .
VET ESTIMATES ON PLATE CLASS GIVEN.
i PACKET COMPANY.
Irecfc Line for England , Ft-ance
The tieamjhlpi of this veil known Una are bnllk
ct lion , In inter-tight compartments , and are fur-
nlihed with every requisite to mile the naits'ge
both tale anil agreeable , They cany the United
k' SUtea and European nulli , and leave Now Yoik
Thutdaygand Saturdays for PI } mouth ( LONDON )
Chetboug.tl'AUIS and IIAMBUUF )
lUtci , First OabliiMJ-SlOO Steerage to or
Item Hamburj : 810. 0.1 ] IU02A11D& CO. , Gen-
0 # I 1'ast. Agent , 61 broadnay , New York and
f 5 Washington and Lt Lclle streets , Chicago or Henry
jf'TunJt JUrk Hanson , K. li lloore ? , Hurry Dm 1 In
I Qmaht ; Uioaewli ; & Scbooncger , In Council Itlutld
To work Life and. Accident Imuranoe for aitrong
New York company , In every town iu Kobiaika and
Iowa. Good commission to workers. Address
E. 0. WILCOX & CO.
H , S.
Platlsmouth , Neb.
Breeder of thoroughbred and high groda
Hereford and Jersey Cattle ,
Anil Purocnnd Joreoy Rod Bwino.
01 lhir loaon isvorid vtllaal lat
kalft ci ijiwlaj ol klfti.
CHRONIC DISEASE- ! " " -
Orel tMrt/jetrt itctle * ' < nuiUcaa QAtl to
f. Pcitl itr sl , Conntll 2lt3 . * "
AND GARDEN FARM FOR SfiLE ,
Blitotu acres , tea In tiult , six In garden and
( ImbcilttnJ.iiU room bouse , stable , well , dittru , &c.
til la io.d ; coiidltloa , or will trade for Oumha fro\ \ > -
" " '
County Trcaiurei'n ofllcc Council Clufli.
Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
Window Shades ,
Rugs , Etc. , Etc. '
Careful Attention Given to On
ol Town Orders ,
Upliohtery and'Drapery Work a
Oar atock la the
Largest in lie lest
and la bing ccntincnllr roplcntahotl by-
all the latest &nd cholcoit novelties , 0
05 Br oadway Coun ciBiufts
IOWA IN CHUNKS.
Scintillation , Serious ant Sentimental ,
From Several Sections ,
Accidents Incidents , mill Oilier Donta
In Life's Pntlnvny in tlio Hawk-
The coat of the proa cut oousas Is said to
The total assessed valuation of Cedar
Rapids la rctnruoa nt $3,110,857.
The now Locuat itrcot briclgo at Ds
Molnca is to bo 400 foot In loagth.
The cronmory nt Fletcher , Sac county ,
la handling 4,000 pounda of milk per
The strike in the HorzVipy saw mills nt
Muacatlno has thrown 300 moa oat of
The Ottamwa ntirch mill , during the
past elx months , has conaamod 104,000
bnshola of corn.
Work In reported commenced on the
Wapsoy Valley railroad between hido-
pondenco nad Slnvllle ,
The j-oar ending March 1,1885 , shows
nn Increaro of gross receipts in the Bur
lington postoffico of $3,238.
J. II. llofl'orty , an oiprosa agent nt
Berwick , lias been arrested on the charge
of stealing $2,700 from Iho company.
The criminal statistics rocolvod by the
eccrotary of ointo from thu various coun
ties show 1,092 convictions during the
Das Molnea has successfully floated
four and n bnlf per cent , bonds to the
nmonnt of $228,000 In paiicollcd the
nevcn per cent , bonds outstanding.
Dave 0. Cruson , who was the conductor
of the first train that ever ran west cf
Burlington , la on the stone pila In that
city. Too mush whisky did It as usual.
A 13-year-old lad of Divonport named
Qoorgo Leach , had the thumb nnd three
fingcrj of his right hand amputated by n
SOTT In ono of the mills of that city on
The proposed rannlop of the veterans
of tho'war at Das Molnes , now residents
of the elate , promises to bo ono of the
largest nnd grandest rallies ever held in j i
The United Sintca census returns for
1880 gave Iowa a population of 1G24G15. ;
Tbo present cansus returns , juat completed -
ploted , it is claimed Indicate nn Increase
of 600,000 , n population for the ptato of
David Pitman , a young nun 20 years
af ago , residing thrco miles north of Polk
City , was discovered by his mother nnd
brothers Monday night lying dead behind
the barn. It Is thought ho wan killed by :
i kick from ono of the hordes.
The body of Krlstcu Jensen , a former
jrnplojo In the Fleming mill at McGrcg-
ar , was found on Wednesday suppanded ;
to the limb of a tree near that town ,
rho coroner decided the case to bo one
Df snicido and hold no Inquoat.
W. K. Porahing has entered aul
igalnst the Chlogo , Burlington &
! j > diner , claiming damages to the extent
) f $25,000 in ono instance , and $30,000
n the other for ( he injury of Dr. Carroll
md the death of his wife In the Cromwell
yreck several months ago.
Manchotter'a sensation Is the elopo-
nont of Mrs. Mattlo Reams , the wifo-of
in honest laborer , with Loater Williima ,
} ut recently divorced from his wife ,
ilw. Reams deserted her only child , a
) right llttlo G-yoar-old daughter.
Captain Andrew Mitchell , nown re si
lent of Norway , Bcnton county , has in
ila possession the original draft of the or-
linanco of Eccaslon of the state of South
Carolina. The document vras captured
> y Captain Mitchell in the spring of
.865 , nt the lioaeo of confederate General
? rlnco , at Choran , South Carolina.
The slock Frenchman who introduced , .
ilmaolt to the nppar tondom of Dubuqno '
.a Prof Comto Da la Boncho , proved
lover to have been in Franco , bat wai an .
llitorato Quebec Canuck , unable to speak
r understand anything but the patois of >
ho lower province. However , ho was a
lading around the ladioa for a tirao.
Engineer Bnrkhaltor , of the Wnbaah
[ no , discovered Saturday night a bridge
vor a creek near OttuniTra to bo on flro ,
nd bolug too close to ttop his train , put
n a fall head of steam and rushed his
rain unharmed ever the burning bridgo.
'ho train was tbeu halted and the uroje | i
xtlngulshed , when it WBS found to have
inrned some of the tics entirely In two.
The following articles of Incorporation
lave boon filed with the secretary of
taie : Iowa Suspender companyof Now-
on , capital stock not to exccsod $100-
00 ; the Hawkey o Mutual Llvo Stock
oscclatlon , of Gbnrlton ; and the Baxton
lining association , of Ghatiton , with a
took capital of $100,000. ,
Thieves raided the roaldonco of Joseph
lopner of Hamburg , Monday , and
nntched $200 in cash and a revolver
rotn under his pillow. They alee ex-
mined $4,000 forth of notes nnd scat- !
eroi them ever the iloor In disgust. The
Moves choloformjd the watchdog and
ho sleeping members of the family. w
Two boys named Northousa nnd Berk
ley , sixteen and sevoutonn years of ego ,
cro drowned In the English river at
terker's mill , near Illchmond , Saturday ,
nno 27 , whllo bathlug. They got Into
eop water , and neither could swim ,
'wo others who were with thorn narrow-1 tl
escaped drowning. The bodies of the | al
rownod boys weio recovered the eamo
venlng. I c <
On Tuesday last , in the Jackson county
ourt , Judge IlajB rendered a decision
i favor of the defendant in the case of
' . 0. Jean vs. John Ilennosny. The
nit had been In the courts for the pait
he years and was brought by Father
eau , of Lyons , ogalnst Bishop Hen-
easy , of Dubuque , to recover $200,000 ni
amages caused by suspensions from the
xcrclso of his fnuctlons aa priest.
The Hon. John Vnnvalkonburg , of Fort
Tadiion , supreme chancellor of the world
f the Knights of Pythias , has just issued
Is annual report. Ho says there are
00 sections of the endowment rank , a
aln of thirty-Ova during the fiscal year ,
'hero are now 20,131 members In all
laniee , carry Ing an aggregate of 00,000-
00 in policies. Sluco the formation of .
10 endowment rank $2,663,512 has beet )
aid to heirs ot deceased members ,
William Marks , a farmer living near
lurlingtou , visited that city Tuesday aud ,
[ ( or tilling nu with personal liberty Df
ooze , slatted horns after night. Roach * DfOI
ig the Flint river ford , the maudlin in ,
runk drove his team up the stream into inci
cop water , where they beosino entangled tr
a the hnrncts and bnish and vrcro tr
rownod. Macks was too drunk to \ \
irown , so ho drifted ashore in the float-
wagon box. tl
Spea'ulng of tlo result of tbo census tlti
numeration , the Sioux City Journal ti
bus enthuses in double leaded brevier :
The fignresara beyond the mo > t san > 'at
pulno expecfntlons at Inaat , Almost ,
Only n very few of the most onthuslaatlo
citizens of Sioux City have prcenrcod to
claim n popnUtlon of 18,000 ; but the
official figures place the population at
eighteen thoutand five hundred and
thirty ! The population of Sioux City
under the federal consns of 1880 was
7,366. Iloro li an increase In five years
of more than 151 per cent ! No other
city in Iowa can show n corresponding
growth ; and It Is qulto eafo to say that no
other city In Iowa will bo able to show a
corresponding growth during the five
years to como. "
ON THE"MA.EOH ,
The Overland Trip or tlio Colored
Troops to Kcrirncy , Neb ,
Correspondence of the DEE.
Camp of the Oth United States cavalry ,
In the field , Kearney , Neb , , Juno 30 ,
1885 : Nine troops of the regiment under
Col. Hatch nro now in camp nt this
point , arriving on the 27th after a march
of nearly 400 miles across the state of
Kansas and Nebraska from our initial
point , camp on Ohilocco creek , I , T ,
Camy in the territory was broken
May 20th and the line of march tak
en up to our now station In the
department of the Plntt. The
column moved north through Kansas ,
passing through the towns of Arkansas
City , Winfiold , El Dorado , Elorenco , and
Junction City , In that state , and arrived
at Fort Rlloy Juno 8. A shortstop was
hero inftdo to rafit the csinmand , when
the march was resumed by battalions
northward by the way cf Clyde Kansas ,
nnd Hastings , Nebraska , to Kearney ,
Nebraska , reaching the latter place Juno
27. The most intense cariosity was
matifcstcd by the citlzona of tbo rural
towns on route to view the strange spec
tacle of colored soldiers. Many de
clared that they had no Idea
that there Tjcro colored coldlers
In the United States army. No sooner
were the tents run up than an Immense
throng of men , women , and children ,
representing the rural eocial- strata ,
( locked around and perambulated the
samp in every direction. The astonish
ment of the honest granger was often
jhown In that pcrtinaceous and Independ
ent manner so eminently characteristic
rf the great American nation. Touts
ivcro boldly invaded ; horsoo , arms , equip
ments , and even our persons and bearing
subjected to the most minute and critical
ixamlnation by the sovereign people.
Fhrongs of angular femnloj , spectacles on
1030 and note book iu hand , surrounded
; ho burly cooks at their improvised
dtchona , and peered long and Inqulsl-
lvely into the boiling camp kottloa in
> rder to discover on what moat our
loldiers subslatod. Hero n bevy of fair
lamsola passed before the boll-shiped
cnts , peering cautiously within nt the
groups of soldiers cleaning arm ? , playing
: aida or writing letters ; then another
iirong cloaoly encircled some loud-
ongned warrior as ho related blood-
mrdling yarns of hls-horolo deeds on the
laid of battle. Nearly every com-
> any is bleessd with ono of these
vlndy heroo ; , whoso prowess In
ylng would win htm a medal in a con
gress of liars. Occasionally an Inquisi-
ivo damsel pulling qpen a closed tent to
ook within would bo rewarded with a 10
; llmpco of some brawny cavalrymen in
lulglng In a bath. Ono expprlcnco of
hia kind wan generally aifliciont. The
nspactlon and drilling of the troops
ilw&ya drew a great crowd so ticjhtly
rcdged upon the lines In eomo instances
s to render the manipulation of the
ims in the manual extremely dlilicnlt.
Jradually the boys booamo accustomed to
his constant scrtiting and like Louis the
iVmrteonth calmly devoured their
aoais in public with the dignity bocom-
ng n state occasion , while mobs of patri-
tc ( citizens gazed admiringly down their
hroats until the solemn ceremony was
otnplotcd. This pleasing characteristic
f the great people disappeared as wo
.oared the Nebraska line , and at the
eantlfultowi)8 ) of Hastings and Kearney ,
i this otato , wo were most agreeably
urprlaed by beholding generous nnd
itolllgent people , whoso every action
liowod the presence of refinement and
ulturo , o ! hospitality cs broad as their
oundlesa plains was a striking trait not
ao least appreciated by the boys , and
lany oPthem have determined to cast
if ir lota hero when Undo Sam's contract
filled. "Arniora. "
KKLINGS FEOM IRVINGTON
Now School House to bo Erected tll
l > :
Breezy Little Blfl'd from
" Buckeye. "
o the Editor of the BSE. EC
IUVINCITON , Neb , , July 4 , The voters PIat
! this school district have resolved to at
root a now school hoaso of much larger Irtl
intension and better arranged than the tlPI
d ono. IE
Mr. Gregg , of Ohio , who with his wifoi . - .
as , a guest here for two weeks , has Ir
silo Into the drug businesi at Fort IrC (
I had tbo pleasure a few days ago of tr
r ; pplng into a largo wedding party at tlni
squire Timperly's. A young man by In
10 natno of. Wilt bad asked Mlts Alice if Inni
to would and she Wilted. ni
Yesterday afternoon an interesting ar
mpla cf Eikhorn station , Mr , James O. in
[ nnoy and Mies Louisa Hopper , called taac
L the parsonage here , and wont away ac :
irrylng happiness into a now homo. ar
hey were accompanied by Mr. James som
/alsh and the brldo'd lister. A hoppy m
itnro to them. n <
Crops in this region nro looking re Isbt
arkably well bettor than last year at bt
corresponding time. tli
The people hero are this year going to in
low the Fourth of July "go to the
age , " or the"dogs go ta the Fourth ,
orao will n ° to Omaha and eomo eho- kl
here I moan some of the people , not
10 canines. BUCKEYE
Tlio Pavorlto Washing Compound of the
ty is JAMK3 PVLK'S 1'KAULINJJ. It
eausea fabrics without injury , and without
.0 laborious scrubbing necesdary with ordl-
try eoap , 1'or aalo by groceru ,
A Inul)10 Wreolc of Trains ,
Cor.UiiDL'H , O , , July 4. The Dieputch'a
> ecial sftya : The south-bound freight train
i the Glovelived and Pittsburg railway broke
two near Sulinavillo lait night. Seventeen
us and tlia engine were thrown frcm the
ck. The night exproi from 1'ittaburg was
ansfericd to the 1'lttsburg and Fort
fayna truck , when near this place ,
'ear Latonln the express overtook an Fi
npty s&st-baund emigrant train nnd before FiDi
IQ engine could bo stopped she pluuped Into Di
IQ empty coaches , The engineer , firemar ,
rakeman and baggaeeman of tlio expreea
ere badly iojurei ) . The operator at Salem I
said to have been engaged iu selliog tickets
id let the express pasi without orders.
CLUQS WIN ,
Some Pointers Abont Snccftsfal Organ
izations of Business Men. .
Bhnli Council BlulTs Try It ?
In hia recent visit to Wisconsin cities ,
the Ben man found that there WAS there
great success and popularity attached to
the merchant. } ' clubs. Such an Institu
tion was same time ago given an iaclplont
start here , but failed to reach a complete
organization for aomo reason now forgot
ten. A vlalt to one cf thcso club rooms
eorvcs to glvo ono a very good Idea cf
what all of them nro. Toke ono at Fond
du Lie for Instance. There several years
ago the merchants joined ( ogothor to the
number of ono hundi3d for thopnrposen of
forming a c'tib. each cno paying $10 as
entrance fee , nnd aqrcoing to pay a llko
amount each your for tlio keeping up of
expense ; . Thrco rooms on the second
Iloor of ono of the moat centrally loatcd
buildings in the city were oocurod and
fitted up In very nttraoiivo and convenient
manner. Ono largo room servos the pur *
poses of a parlor , nnd Is handsomaly fur
nished , carpeted andadorncdsoastomako
a fit reception-room fur any dignitaries
who should chauc3 to vUit the city.
Of cotirto the BEE man won shown into
thu parlor , but caw no opldor , and getaway
away with a'l ' of his wealth , as there was
no gambling in ar about the place , and
nothing to tempt the prohibitionist. Be
sides this parlor was a largo room , in
which were tables and ' chairs , conven
iently and comfortably arranged for
these who wanted to engage in a friendly
game of whist , euchre , chess or checkers.
Still another room was fitted
up for billiards and pee ) , there
being ono table of oach.
Ihero was also a c'gar ' stand , and a
janitor constantly In attendance cared for
iho rooms and attended to the wants and
ivlshos of the members.
Here , as in other cities in the state
ivhero these club rooms are kept up , it is
favorite resort for the business men of
; ho ptace , and if after the business of the
lay ono want ] to find anybody this
s the most nntnril place to look
'or him , for a largo portion of the mom-
aara drop In nt least , during some par-
Ion of the evening. Hero are not only
imiuemontp , and n furthering of social
elatlons , but thcro is also many au on-
orprlso of great vttlno to the city , which
ias Its Inclploncy Is this Informal and
lappy gathering. The evening that the
JEE man dropped In , there were , besides
ho social grouping around the tables ,
ovoral knots of citizens chatting
iver the prospect of the city securing
ho location of o now etato institution to I
10 built for Indigent boys. Stops were
hero and then tikon , In this Informal
; atnerlng , to oiler the siao a sultablo
Ite , free of cost , and iho earnestness cf
ho men and their apparent public spirit
ndlcatod that the city would bo a strong I
spirant for the locution of the Itstitn-
Asldo from the local oldo of this club
here is also a reaching out and grasping
nto many outsldo of the city limits.
Tot only are otrangors visiting the city
Ivon n chnuco to meet the busluess men
ndor the most fdvorablo conditions and
iado to feel that ho is welcome , but
requcntly there are visits from other
lubs coming in a body from other cities
o bavo a ftiondly contest In whist , ere
o toke part In a business men's lunch ,
bus throwing the business men of differ-
nt cities together in a happy lutenning-
ing of social courtesies and interchange
f views and purposes. These mutual
Isita of the clubs of the various cities
resent many advantages , besides that of
lie social side.
The facb that thcsD club rooms differ so
roatly from the ordinary club room ,
tuisea many of the best citiz3ns to join ,
3r the name Is not a mere cover , for all
} rts of Bacchanalian indulgences. lode
Vith no drinking or gambling , those
ho under ordinary circumstauces would do
ava nothing to do with anything
sarlng the name of "club room , " gladly bu
) ! u thnso organizations. The moralists
ho have watched the effect locally affirm
lat it provides a pleatant place for men
> upend a social hour , and rob ] the
( loon of its attractions. It keeps ellvo
n organization through which stops can
0 taken to build up tno olty , and Its so-
ial strength seems to keep the organtza-
on nltvo and enthusiastic whore In other
lacca more formal organizations of busi
es a men have gone to pieces.
The expense of malning such an instl-
itlon has surprised the members them-
ilves , for Instead of being called on to lo
ay the $10 nploco , o&ah year , as
; first planned , it is found that the nom-
tal sums collected from those who use
10 billiard and pool tiblcp , and the
refits of the cigar stand , are sufficient to
toot tbo running expenses of the club.
Such club ] are found In such cities as
ihkosh , Milwaukee and Appleton , and nc
1 fact the Badgers eoem to mko a BUC th
KS of them wherever tried. There is no bit
ich trouble in securing a quorum for the ad
anaaclion of business as is fait hera in be !
10 so-called board ot trade. It matters
at what 'evening a visitor chances to bo
i the city , ho cannot have any dillbulty
i meeting a goodly number of the busi ter
es men If ho desires eo to do , and if 1
ly matter arises of general Interest and lit
iportanco to the city , it does not ]
forever , and ono day more , to I
quaint the business men with the fact , 1
id to got them Intorcstod In taking BOC
mo action , The chief danger is in the col
anagemont of suoh a club , that it may pro
) t descend unto tbo ordinary clubwhich ISt
such a terror to the wives of the land , 1
it in several of the Wisconsin cities tre
icy seem to have succeeded In prevent-
gany euch demoralization.
An Avoca telegram announces the
Illug by the cars of James Nolan , of
onncil Bluffj , whllo attempting to board
freight train. U
Mild , soothing and healing Is Dr.
ige'a Catarrh Remedy.
Paid up Capitol , . $100CCO
Surplus Fund , . 100,000
N. W , Cor. Parnara and 13th ,
HANK MuiU'IIV , President ,
SAUL K. Koat'M , Vic 3 President.
EK B , WOOD , Cashior.
DRAKE , Am't Cashier ,
Acc unt * BOllcltttl and prompt attoutloii given t
buslncm ( strutted to our earn ,
ays 6 Per Cent on Tiino Deposits
213 South 14th Street ,
Have a large list of inside business and resi
dence property , and some of the finest suburban
property in and around the city.
Wo have business property on Cnpitol Aveuuo , Dodge , _
Dotigln ? , Fnrunm , Hnruey , Howard , Oth , 10th , 18th ami
Wo have fine residence property ou Fnnmm , Douglas ,
Dodge , Davenport , Chicago , Cnss , Califoruia streets , Slier-
uirni , St .Marye end Park Avenues , in fact on all the best
residence streets. Wo have property in the following ad-
diti'ous. ' ' '
MoGormick's , ,
milard& Caldweli's Koiintz c Ruth's , " "
Lakes , Impr'nt Association
Slizabeth Place' Wilcox ,
B.V. Smith's , Biirr Oak ,
BEorbaeli's , Isaac < § c Seldon'sj
Patrick's ? Hanscom's
Parker's , West Omaha ,
ihinu's , Grand ITieiy ,
JlSGS , Credit Poncier ,
kelson's , 3E oimtz' First
I oii3itz' Second ,
a-od&ev's , , z' Third ,
s , ' Fourth ,
Svndicate Hill ,
College Place , "
Park Place , Hill Side ,
Tnkev &Kevsors ,
Clark Place ,
Capitol , Mvers & ; Richards. .
Seed's First , Bovds ,
ind a ! ! the other Additions to the
We have the agency o me syndicate lands in South Omaha. These
ts sell from $225 upwards , and are very desirable property. The
velopment of the packing house and othnr interests there , are rapidly
lilding up that portion of. the city. _
Wo have a few lots left in Kirkwood addition , which we offer ftfc low
ices , terms 25 down balance $10 per month. These lots are oh high
vel .ground and are desirable. ,
This addition is more centrally located than any other now addition
iar the best Schools in the city. All the ar.reots are being put to grade
e grades have oeen established by the city council , and is very desira-
3 residence property , only 15 blocks from Post office , prices lower than
joiniuc additions for a homo or investment. These lots cannot be
? on SALE Houao and lot on 21st St. Haey Fan SALE Homo and lot , 25th and Ouica
ma , go street ; splendid corner , § 3DOO.
'cm BALE 22 feet on Farnara St. , near FonSALE-FirBt class bueineta block , 340 , |
h St. , § 8,000. 000.
tan SALE-Lot In Walnut hUl , 8200. 000.Foil SALE lot on Whcaton St. ; good
tan 8 ALE-Lota on 20th , $550 each , house , 81,500.
Fen HALK I'ine corner lot in Shinn's add !
tan SALE 22 acres with elegant
id barn , fmo trees , ehrubery , fruit , hot and tlon , 5760
d water and all conveniences ) first clats Fen SALE Lot in Millard Place , special
iDerty in every respect bargain.
tan BALK- feet on 1'arnam street , near Foil LEASE Fine business property on ICth
h. Good business property cheap. St. , anil St Mary's Avenue.
tan KENT Hoom 44x76 , 3d iloor , on 14th Fen SALK J lot on Cliicago St. , between
et , 13th and 14 , V , Kb good houss , $3,000.
We will jfiivnisli conveyance free to any
urtlpj the city to show property to our friends
nd customers , and cheerfully fjive in/orma-
on rcyanliny Omalia Property.
Those ivJtolJiave ttaryains to offer or ivish
roperty'at a aryain ° jire invited to seeus.
> fbet. Farnani & Douglas
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