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THE DAILYBEE---F11IDAY , JULY 31 1885.
1119 FARNAM ST. , 1119
Formerly of 1312 Douglas Street ,
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE IN OMAHA TO BUT
One of ho Best and Largest Stacks in the United States
To Select From ;
NO STABS TO CLIMB.
ELEGANT PASSBNGJBS ELEVATOH
Who Imvo trlllfil aw v their onthfiil > Icnr anil power , whoart
Riiircilnirrinm tcrrllili DKAINNnml I , < ) this , wuo urcitt-nk ,
IMrorl.Vrand unlit tor ma il.iiro
IV1EN of aliases , who find their POWER
ami vitality , ncni * oanii SKXl A > Mltr.NUTII weakened , by
lultiK KKCLS-TB , ' frv\\a \ and IllstlllK
early or v' \ : i piixltlto
CX' IIII , NO m.ittiT ol how lo.i. i.millni ; the ease may Lc , or who
lias UlluU In t'iiri > .li\ a Tew c-cks or inonthH iieo ifl tlio cclcbratcil
Atlinmr wlthuiilu\piiiirf. ! In I.r.SS lime , nndlor l.i ; S money than
any other mulliod Inthuworlil , Weak hack , licailaclic , KSIlSSlONH ,
latsltiiclu , lossiirFiilrllsaiiil miililtlnii.elooiiy IhoiiRhts , il r u ad lul
ilri'iimi. ilefuctUu iiiiMiiiirj , IMl'OTKN'CK , fits. Impediments to
liKiirlarc. and limn ) oilier BJ mptouiB ICMdlii ) ! to CONSUMl'TION ot
INSAM I'V , arc promptly rciuu > vU b > this trcatmeut , auU vlROioua
\Marriccl \ Men , ortliosewlio intend to marry ,
It MI'MltEIl. perfect sexual strenirtli means , health , vigorous oil"-
fprlntr , lon llfo nnd the lovoaml ri'Fpert ni a filllilul "lie.Veuk iiiennlioulil lie restored tolccr , *
li.inhonil heforo m&rrlacc I'roofM. ti'stliiionlnlH und \alualili ; tru.itll'e ii stamps.
aistab.iS77.AUdrussTho ) Climax Medical Co , 5O4 , St , Lewis , EVo. ?
DEALER IN GENERAL
Crockerv ? Cutlerv. Etc.
GOODS SOLD Oil WEEKLY ft MONTHLY PAYMENTS
1213 FA.RNAM STREET.
Oroaha , Nebraska.
J , A. KEI.I.KH. J , II. VICKEUT ;
PIANOS AND ORGANS
TUNED , CLEANED AND EEPAIEED
RE-VAIIMISIIED AND POLISHED.
No. 309.V North 15th Street , - Omalin , Nebraska
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE OEOORAPHr OF THIS
COUNTRY Wilt. GEE UY UAUISIKO THIS MAP THAT THE
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OHIWGO.ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
lly rt'a < i of Iti ocnl ml iu > ltlon ami elono relation to
n prtnclinl | liu < * H.nt ami We t , lit Initial unj I IT-
inlnul point * , r.nutlluU'i iha mint lniinrtnnt | mill-
contlncntnl link In tlmt * yKtMn f tlintuirh trim * nor ,
Utlon which linlU' iui.l forllllal. . . iratrl and trttlle
lietnern clllrt of the Allnntlo and I'arlllo L'oaoU. It
It l o llmfmorltu nnil uc t toutu tuiimt from point *
Kn t. N rtlica t and Boulhrant , ami corn' l > uniJliU
IKilnti U'e > t , Nortli * t and butitti rtt.
The Croat Rook Island Route
fliiaranteM lt > iwtron * th t > en e of iirnonitl § t > cu
rlly airunliul by mild , tharuutihly luillu trd ruad'
linl. Miiootu liarl. ) of rnnunuoui ( crl mil , nibilnli-
Day roucheii. MairnllUH'lit rullnian Tabieu
c * f tko latex uoolgn , and uinptnouii i Iilnlntt
Our * . Inwhk'In'liboratuly eooked mi-nil un < lil > urelv
tviteii' iletwtH'uChleiitro unit Kaiuan City and Atihuoii
urn uUo luu Ilio CelvbrutiHl linllnlin ; Ciialr Can * .
The Famous Albert Lea Route
li ttm ilhwt and favnrltu linn brlnrr
Xllinii'ilKtlliiandNt , I'aul , nheu * eonneetiuntartiinado
hi Unlun 1) > ' | > I fur all imlnu In ilu < liTillorlfa and
HrllUli I'rutliu'M. Ou-r thl > route r < i t Kipn a
Train * are rim to tht > xvatcrlntr pUre * , nununiT 10 *
ort , | icire iuu looulltli' * Hh.l liuntlnc aud | i hlnu
k'roi * " "ff. u , It u al u the inunc
denl " \ * ' > t Ik'Mi and pmtoral
land ! of Interior Daknta.
Mill anothrr liIltKCT LINK , rla Ft-nwo and Kan.
- kaktt * ! ha t > een e-H'iieit | t > etwt > tn t'lnrlnnatl , liulian *
fc- aiKilli and Ij fa > tile , and t'ounell Hluifri. KanuitCitr.
Ulnm > aHilii | | iul bt Paul and Interinodlatu | > olnt <
For ili'tallnl Infaiinatlou n > e Haps ui.,1 ( olden ,
ohtulnablu. n ell u < in km. at all p-'nciiutlTlcki't
Oniix In Ute Uolltxl btutvi tuid CanoUji ur by kd-
drtft * Ing
R. R. CABLE , E. ST. JOHN ,
J'rv ' A Oeu'l M V'r , Ocn'l T'kt * V rfgt ,
/ / . It. UHQTTK.
General Western Agent
, St.Cimba ,
Tt'lf | > bcne 60 ? C' i
BUFFALO nilib AND INOKH3OLU
\TIiMt the Former HUB to SAJT About
tlio Thrcntonctl Indian \ Vir."i
In a little niok fall of arm-chairs juit
to the rear oE the clork's desk at the
Adams hotnr , two men were seated in A
hob-nobbing attltudo Irut evening. Ono
was largo , and fair , and ruddy. Ho was
dressed In a light qroy suit , and a tai
whlto tlio snrmpnnted a pair of smoothly
shaven , heavy jture , and conlealod a big ,
round head that was nearly bald. This
man wai nearly CO years of ago , and was
as plump as a baby. Tlio other was
broad-shouldered , mntcularaod dark. IIo
had a brilliant pair of dark brown eyes
and an oval fco that was ornamented by
a heavy black mottsUcho and goatoo.
Long ringlets of curly black hair oacapod
under the crown of his broad-brimmed
whlto felt hat , and fell on his shouldorr ,
that looked nblo to boar any load that
mlaht bo placed on thorn.
The former was blinking his merry
oycs and telling how ho had succeeded In
woratlng the Wcsjotn Union Telegraph
Company in a late legal battle , and the
latter was congratulating himself on hiv
ing tocured the services of Sitting Bull ,
the famous Indian chief. Ono was Colonel
nel Robert G. Ingorsoll , and the other
was the equally celebrated Oolonol Will-
lam P. Cody , batter known as "ButTflTalo
" 1 h returned from "
vo juit the west ,
said the scoat , "and find my friends In
the east greatly stirred up over reports
and rumors of an Indian war with the
Cheyonnos. They think that bosauso
Gen. Sheridan has gene to the Indian
territory there must bp trouble browing. ,
Thcra might bo a war if the Indians were
tnoro numerous , for they have boon out *
ragoonsly abused by the whites , but they
know bettor than to engage in a fruitless
strlfo that will end In defeat. Their
reservations have been invaded by the
whites and they are making a protest , jaat
the way a Boston man would do If I
should go and take possession of his
atoro. If justlco prevails the whlto sot-
tlcrs will be driven oat , but they always
find Bomo oxcujo for taelr conduct and
will , no donbt , get out of It all right this
tirao as thejr have many times before.
Tfio cntiro lighting forca of trio Choy-
cnnes is about 1200 bucks. They can do
nothing against the United States and
they probably know It ; BO I think there
will bo no war.
"Wi'hout taking any credit to myaelf,1
resumed ho , "I think the visit of Silting
Bull to Iho east will do much toward
teaching the Indians that fighting is a
hopeless tack. Do Is abioluto lord over
about 4,000 of the bravojt Indians living.
They bow to hia opinion as they do to
that of a god. When ho oees how numer
ous and wealthy the whlto race la ho Trill
toll his peoplu of our strength , and ad-
vlao thorn not to run the risk of battle ,
and they will obay him. For three years
ho kept the starving tribes nnder his
command and hold them together , when
every ono know that by going to the fed
eral lines with a flag of truce they would
roccivo good trontmoat and food. When
ho found the straggle was hopeless ho
laid dawn his arms. Ho it the only
Indian who was never conquered. "
OF TUB TELEPHONE.
A. Young Lady Operator Jilts Her
UiiBcon JLovcr After Accept Ing
A Now Haven correspondent of the
Now York Herald writes : "A romance
of the telephone , showing how a young
lady operator trilled with and finally jilt
ed n susceptible yonth who passionately
wooed her over the wires , has juit trans
pired In Connecticut. The principals of
the ll'ilr are a young man , an operator
In LltcMold county , and a young lady
operator in New Haven.
As early as last winter the romance
began , and when the operators were not
buoy the youug man acquired the habit
of asking the New Haven operator about
the weather , local news , and other gos-
Ip , giving in return anything that ho
thought would interest the yonng wo
man whom , by the way , ho had never
seen and presumably knorr nothlugabont.
Ho gave the name of ' 'Cliudo Melnotta"
while she signed herself "Aguto Hoi-
brook , " and the Lltchfield yonth entered
at once upon the delightful occupation of
telephone "msshlnt ; . " Finally the
young man from the country began to
ask after the color of the Now Haven [
operator'e hair and oyet , figure , weight ,
&a. She in turn profesjed curiosity aa to
the size , color , &e. , of his mnatacho , and
qulto on Interesting correspondence by
wire had begun.
.At length young Molnotto became HO
infatuated that ho ono day told the
young lady that ho loved her deeply and
wanted her to bscomo his wlfo. Ho said :
"I am not on my kneot , but would ba
if I were with you. Please don't screamer
or blaeb , bat pivo mo the answer that
will make me the Inppiost of men
yes. " The New Haven operator had a
hearty laugh , and finally , In a eplrlt of
fun , answered that she accepted , and that
ho must nsk her mother.
Then the young man day after day
burdened the wires with the most ardent
messages of IOVA and Direction to the ex
tent tliat the New Haven operator got
sick of the athlr aud substituted another
girl In her pUco. Bat ho siw throaah
the deception and wouldn't have It. Ho
said by wlro that ho was coming to Now
Haven to claim his promised bride , and
euro enough ho did appotr at the ofiico ,
asking for Agate Holbrook.
Among all the good looking lady operators -
orators there was none , however , that
would answer to the name. He haunted
thu place for a week and endeavored to
find out who the yonng lidy was who
had attracted htm to tbo City of Elms ,
bat ia vain. Ho has resigned his placa
in Litohflold county , and report aayn that
he has taken to drinking lager and play
That nothing succeeds like success has
passed Into a proverb. The success of St.
Jacobs Oil arises from tbo fact that mill
ions of people have found it the con- ' 1
qaoror of pain.
A WONUEUKUIj UaiLUOAl ) ,
" \Vliluh Pliilftdclplilu Mechanics 1V11I |
Help to Guiiitruur.
Philadelphia Hecoid. Bi
Misbael Grace , a gentleman well known
in innrlao circle" aud a brother of Mayor
Grace , of New York , hat baon for several
dftjs past in thh city on the lookout for
ra'lway ' material for the now raUrJad run
nlng from Limn , Peru , to the top cf the
Andes , which wai partly built by Ilonry
Melgs , the California fugitive , and which
h lately catne into the p-wosslon of the
Graces on condition that they will finish in
It. The road has been denominated the
eighth wonder of the world. The now
owners are not yet In position to make
contract * , but will ( n the COUTJO of a few
months give oat some large oneato Phila
delphia concerns , The. construction of
the read by Melgs is one of tbo moet ro-
mukablo feats of engineering known. It
is estimated that the construction cost
Peru 7000 lives from pestilence and ncci
" dent. Land-slide ! , falling bowlders , pre
inatuto explosions , earrache a dlsoiao
which attacks those who are not acaua-
tomod \ to the raw air of the high altitudes
fovera ciuBod by deposits of rottsn
granite and other causes , resulted In a
frightful mortality duting the several
years the read wns under construction ,
but the projact was puihod on until the
fatids g vo out. At several points it was
necass ry to lower men by ropes over the
edges of the precipices tr > drill holes In
the rocks and put In charges of blasting
powder , during which operation many
wcra dashed to pieces. A cnrioiu acci
dent occurred at ono paint on the line
whcra n plumber was soldering a leak in a
water plpo. A train of mules laden with
c ns of powder wai being driven up the
road. Ono of the animals rubbed against
the plumber who struck It with his red-
hot soldering Iron Tlio Iron in some
way came in contact with the powder and
caused an explosion which blow the whole
train of mules , the gang of men , the
plumber and everybody who was near by
over the precipice. The bottom of the
place was strewn with fragments of won
aad males for a mile.
There is no nltrnstion like ft bsnutlful skin.
1'ozzoni'a Complexion Powder gives it.
Oh ! i ( I only hai Inr complexion. Why , it
is easily obtained. Via Har.tm\'t \ 1'owder.
The Tomb * ot I'rcBlilontB ,
The Presidents of the United States
who are dead are ntnrly all bunod In tno
neighborhood of the homo whioh they
occuplon , Washtngton'a tomb , at Mount
Vornoa , Ja known to all the world.
John Adams nnd John Qalncy Adatnu llo
beneath the Unttirlan Cnnrch at Qulncy ,
Mass. The collina tire of load , placed In
ca'.oi hoirn from solid blocks of granite.
Their wives are burled with thorn. John
Adams died on the same day with Jeflor-
Bon , a stiango coincidence itielf , bat
stranger still , It was on the Fourth of
July , 182G , jn t a. half century after the
Declaration uf Independence which they
had j allied in making. Jefferson , llko
his compatriots , was burled ia hia family
burying ground , at his homo in Mon-
tlcello. Ho had written on the il/-caf ! of
an old account book his rfiahts concern
ing It. "Choae , " bla momoranducn Bald ,
"some nnfrequentcd vnlo iu the park ,
where there is no sound to break the atlll-
ncsa but Q brook that bubbling triads
among the woods. Lot It ba among
anclout nnd venerable oaks. , Interspersed
with some gloomy evergreens. Appro
priate one-half to the tiao of my family ,
aud tbo other to strangers , nervants , olc
Lot the exit look upoa a small and dis
tant part of the Blue Mountain ; . " Thcso
directions were substantially curiod out.
A llttlj incksare , c utaiiilug sorao thirty
gravcEi , sUnda amid the woods on the
road that loads from Oharlottsrlllo to
Motiticello , and ft granite obelisk , much
clipped by relic hunters , mirks the grave
of the ox President.
In the aatno part of V/r / inl ? , in a small
iucloanro near Ilia Inmo in Montpolicr ,
lies the Kuccesaor cf Jefftrion , James
Madison , fourth President. Besldo him
are burled his wife , who d'ed in 1849 ,
surviving him almost thirty years nnd two
nephews. The other VirglniiPrealdmts
Monrco and Tyler Ho within a fdw
feet of each other in the fine cometry of
Hollywood , at Illchmord. Monroo'a
doith , like thoto of John Adams and
Jefferson , fell upon tbo Fourth of July.
He , too , in 1831 , five voara after his great (
predecessors end ciders , marked the
nation's birthday by his cloao. Ho died
in Now York , a poor man , and his re
mains were entombed there until in 1858
the Legislature of Virginia removed thorn
to Hollywood and plicod tbem ia a siib-
a'aatlal ' vaol" , marked by a Gothic tem
pi a on a foundation of Virginia granite.
Tyler's grave , near by , Isssarcely marked
ot all ; a little mound with a magmlu
tren at thu head is painted out as the
Tennesieo Presidents ware
buried at their homos. Jackson at the
netinitago , naor Nftshvlllo , hia wife ba-
aldo him. A missive monument of
Tennessee.granite marta the place Polk
la burled in Nashville at thi old family
homestead. Ho survived Jackson only
four yon-j , dying iu 18J9. The grave Is
handa.moy ! Inclosed , and a block twelve
feet aquarj by twelve feet in height
boirs ttio inscription. Andrew Johnson's
grave iant Givonvil o , on a spot telactol
by hlmsslf. His three aona have Ptcstod
a hanclsomt monument of marble on n
granite. It beara numjroui patriotic sj w
unbltnn , a Ihg , an oiglo , a scroll of the
Constitution , ct : , , Tthilo the inscnptltn
dcchres "Ufa faith in the people never . Js
Mattln Van Baron lies in the vlllhgo
comolory at KInderhook , N. Y. , In a
family lot , hia resting p'aco marked by b
modest granite iluft. Ho dlod in the
summer of 1803 , when the civil war WAS
at its height. Hla euccesaor , Harrison ,
was buried at hi ) old homo at North
Band , en the Ohio , a few miles below
Cincinnati. An unfcncod mound , ever o
family vault , formerly neglected , but
more recently cmfully kept , marks the
The dast of K.chary Taylor Is now
burled in the cemetery at Frank fort , Ky ,
after several roraovnls. MllUrd Fillmoro'a
gruvo la at Foioit Lawn Cemetery , three a
miles from BufHi'o , and ihat of Plerjo
In Iho old cemetery at Concord , N. H.
Buchanan ia bariod at Woodward Hill I
The moat niagnlfioont of all the memo
rials to the dead presidents is that ever
the resting place of Lincoln , In the 0 k
Uidgo cemetery , at Sprlnfifiold , III. It
was dedioitod ia 1874 , and coat § 200,000.
Garfield is buried la Lika View ceme
tery , at Cleveland , where a grand mausoleum -
loum has been elected in hia honor. i
Of the eighteen dead prasldentr , two
only llo _ ln the same plaoa , To were
bulled in MaBsaohuiotts , two in New
York , five in Virginia , three in Tennos-
ace , two In Ohio , and ono each in Pansyl-
vanla , Kentucky and Illinois. E j ht llo
ia private grounds , or family burial
places , BB in the case of the Adamsoa at
n tl ) Wire Monopoly. to
CHICAGO , JulyBl.-Tha b b wire manufac
turers completed their apsilon yesterday at
tbo Treracnt house by acjeptiuf ; the report of
the committee to etfecS the establishment rf a
national barb wire cnmpan * , with a capital
° f S20 ° ,000 , con > UtinB of " 00 000 vlurts
atSJOO per abare. Tha compinjr will have
the leasing of till wire mouiifaotuicd ,
Better TIIU..H in iiu , iron Trade.
PJTIHBUW , PA. , July 30. Scher.berc Iron of
and Steel worls dart up every department
except Hia nail fastary , next Monday , gUitiR
employment to 2.COO men. Hminf ? the past
week a .number of heavy order * linvo bwi
placed with Sthonborger & Company , and it
sale ! the mill will
run utendily for e vtr l
months. It It Keueiaily believed that tl.ta
marks the advent ,1 bettor times in the irou
, t !
c'Vil0-1 * ! P.1. ? . ] 81. ' ' " ' . ? 1 ouhicnrt
maiu boll which was destroyedV"fire "Mai cb
POUND AVTBU SEVEN YEAHS.
IIu\v A lloy TTns Htolen from
land nnd TMcott to Hollatul.
In 1878 Thomas McOuo , then a lad
about ten years of nzo , waa kidnapped
from hia homo in Cleveland by two men.
A few woeka ngo the boy's father 10-
ceivcd communication from the police of
Rotterdam stating that his son had been
found with a circus troups. Mr. McOno
telegraphed to have hia aon sent on to
hitu nt oncn. On Saturday the kidnaped
boy lauded at Oastla Garden on the
atoarmhlp Brlttanlc. Ho was eont to n
boatdlng house , and Trill start for his
homo In Cleveland to-day.
Thomas ia a bright , wiry looking llttio
follow. Although 17 years of ago , ho
does not aaoin to bo moro than 12 , Ho
stated that when ho was abducted hia
captors took him caat and crossed the
ocean to Holland. The lad was taught
acrobatic feats and sleight-of-hand tricks
by his principal abductor , who prjvod to
bo a circus man. Thomas had aoruo tal
ent and ho Boon bocanio proficient. Hia
captor joined n circus and Thomas was
obliged to perform In the ring , llo did
well at tbo first performance , and the ap >
plausa of the apcctators pleased him.
The tronpo began n tear of the Dutch
provinces , Thomas' master took good
care of him when ho performed well , but
when ho did poorly ho received bad food ,
and very little of that. Sometimes ho
was beaten. The lad was obliged to put
up with whatever his abductor saw fit to
bestow upon him. Ho often thought of
his homo , but ho had little hope of overreaching
reaching It again. For seven years ho
continued the slave of the man who had
atolon him. Ho became proficient In hia
feats , but the best reward ho could hope
for waa a now act of tlghta nnd a hearty
meal of coarao food. The troupe con
tinued on Its travelsand Thomas learned
the Dutch lauguago. Several ticnoi ho
attempted to escjpo , but .cash time ho
failed to secure his liberty.
The boy had almost forgotten about his
parents and hia old homo in Cleveland ,
when one day , several weeks 030 , when
the troupe were In Rotterdam , Thomss
was f.told to go Into the ring. Ho hid
been somewhat carolesa of late , and this
time h.U captor warned him that if ho did
not go through his performances well ho
would bo thrashed aoimdly. The lad re-
p'itd with a sullen nod , and wont into the
ring. Ho soon made a bid error , and his
captor rujhod at him in the preaeuca of
the atidicnca and dealt him a cruel blow.
A number of the apoctators cried out
against this cruelty , and an uproar fol-
Ijwod. Two policemen entered thu ring
and arrested the abductor. The lid told
his atorf , and incut.onod how ho hid baun
abducted from hia lumo In America. The
pillco communicated with Mr McCuo.
The lad waj only too glad to cecapa from
the bandasjo In which ho h&d served
nearly seven years. Ho took with him
on obtaining hia liberty a pjcture of hta
principal abductor , who Is a crafty look
ing man , with strong Ita'hn features.
Thomas waa tendered a benefit by his ful-
lo\V steerage passengers during the
voyngp , and ho impressed them so well
with his talents thtt they gave him a
pnrso of $15.
PEBr TO BK IMtOUD OF.
A. Sttiidnsky Girl Who " \Vcars tlio
Largest Shoes ia the Country.
Now York Times.
Miss Fannie Mills , of Sandnsky , Ohio ,
s a young woman who has a positive
genius for feet , and possesses the high
honor of wearing the largest shoo In the
country , her number belug twenty-nines.
Her shoes have always be on'mado to order
and until recently In her own state , but
now that Miss Fannie is old enough to
go into society her father has had a hand
some pair of kid tops manufactured in
this city , and the she shoemaker who
constructed them has thorn on exhibition
In his show window on John streetwhore
they attract great attotitun r.ni elicit
many expressions of admiration.
The material of which the shoos are
made would have been sallhltnt to man
ufacture eight pilr of ordinary ladies'
ahoes. The soloa are cork and tno shoes
are button tops. The length from stein
to stern It 10 Inches and the breadth of
beam Is 7it inches. The "waist" of the
shoo' Is 1 Si Inches , the instep measure.
tnontlOi luohoj , and tbo ball 10 inches.
The top'of the shoe , which comes up to
the cilf of the leg , measures 20 inches
in circumference. The heels are 5l Inches
wide and 4 $ Inches long. Four chamois
skins were used to line the shoes and
they cost Mr. Mills $45 , besides the
freight charges to Sandusky. Mr. Mills
a well-to do farmer , and Miss Fannlo
a pretty blonde , weighing ICO pounds ,
and of ordinary height.
An Ek-cnuc Until House.
A wealthy land owner hero a few sea
son's back , tats Ilia Philudelphla Sun's
Atlintlo City correspondent , conceived
the idea that the then prevalent style of
bith hoosoi , e. dressing houjee ) was
barbarous , and that if something cotn-
fortublo and convenient were provided
tbo public woa'd ' appreciate and patronize
the entertainment liberally. Before the
projector finished it ho added so many
Improvements that his investment ab
sorbed Homo § 10OOU. Flnlshiu , It stood
model of biMUi y , conauting uf recop-
tlou room , register and safes for v.ihu-
blcs of bathers , Bhonorbiths , a well fur
nished reading room for ladles , smoking
and card rooms for gentlumoii , and spa-
clous disrobing rooms , with a furnleh-
inout noticeably perfect in detail. All
tbii was erected right do vn at the
water's edge , where any spring
storm might destroy It In its wild
embrtoa. The old fogies smiled ,
shook their heads like a balky horse ,
aud , if they dldn'c cay the Investor was
crazy , they looked as though they
thought ho wasn't right. Prior to this
tbo average bath house was as crude a
thing aa one cnuld Imagine. Since then
the bathhouoo settlement of Atlantic
City n a thing pf beauty , comfort and
convenience. The noticeable patt'cular ,
however , ia tbo ( mmontorad umbroU *
used r.t this establishment. In front of
the building a bulwark has been erected
etay the ravages of the surf , which at
high tide reaches cloio to the building.
This has been filled In with fins whlto
batch sand , and hero during all hours of
the day ibnt particulirly bulling time )
fifty to a hundred of these great rod tun-
aliudec , held erect by the long pointed
handles being clink in the Band , give
color to the otherwise monotonous scene.
Accompanying each umbrella ia a mat
carpet and a board about clghUon
incliej wide , out to a point at ouu end ,
This pushed into thu Band ot an ung'o to
cult forms n rcslng place for the back ;
the cirpat ia to alt in. The brllliaut
color , the lonnglcg altitudes cf the ladies
and chhdrunho awttahliig < f the
breakers ogainat thu wharf throwing th-j
spray high Into the air , make it a tceno
that is not soon forgotten. A small
charge Is incde for the privilege of the
parlors and thtes bench accoutrement }
ono payment tecorlng the privilege for
that entiio day.
Have a large list of inside business and resi
dence property , and some of the finest suburban
property in and around the city.
"We Imvo business property on Cnpitol Avenue , Dodge ,
Douglas , Farunm , Unruoy , Howard , 9th , 10th , 13th arid
16th sreets ,
Wo Imvo fine residence property on Fnrnnm , Douglns ,
Dodge , Davenport , Chicago , Cnss , California streets , Sher-
ninu , St .Marye and Pork Avenues , in fact on all the best
residence streets.Vo _ have property in the following"ad-
Hawthorne- " _
Elizabeth Placo" !
E..V. Smith's , !
Kirk-wood , "
Park Place , "
West End ,
Capitol , "
Reed's First ,
Kountz & Ruth's ,
Burr Oak ,
Isaac & Seldon's * , ,
West Omaha ,
Grand View ,
Credit Foncier ,
! ountz' Second ,
Konntz' Third ,
Kounts' Fourth ,
Svndicate Hill ,
Hill Side ,
Tukev & ! Kevsors
Clark Place , 1 n <
Mvers & Richards.
Bovds , U
r ' . ' '
And a ! other Additions to the
We nave the agency fo tne syndicate lands in South Omaha. These
lots sell from $225 upwards , and are very desirable property. The
Jevelopnient of the packing house and othnr interests there , arefrapidly ] ,
buildincj up that portion of the city.
We have a fe\v lots left in Kirkwood addition , which we offer at low
prices , tenus # 25 downbatonco $10 per mouth. These lots are on high
level ground and are desirable.
This addition is more centrally located thnn any other new addition
near the best Schools in the city. All the afreets are being put to grade
ihe grades have neon established by the city council , and is very desira
ble residence property , only 15 blocks from Post ofiico , prices lower than
idjoiniuc ; additions for a home or investment. These lota cannot ba
Fen SALB Ilouae and lot on 21st St. Kaey
Fen SALE 22 foot on Farnam St. , near
1th St. , 58,000.
FOB SALK-Lot InWftlnnt hill , 5200.
Fen SALB Lots on 20th , § 550 each.
Foil SALE 22 actea with elegant residence ,
oed barn , fine trees , ehrubery , fruit , hot and
old water and all convenience * ) lint claea
roporty in eynry respect
Foil HALKCO foot un Farnam ctrcet , near
8lh. Good buainosa property clieap ,
FOB KENT lloom 41x70 , 3d Hoer , on 14th
Fen SALE Homo anil lot , 25th ana Onioa
RO street ; splendid corner , 53,600.
FOB SALH First class business block , S-15 ,
Fen SALE 1 lot on Wbeaton St.j goo
house , 31,500. ] | |
Fen HALE Fine corner lot in Shinn a add !
tlon , S760.
Fen SALE Lot in Millar-1 Place , epecia ] | l > ,
bargain. Ill ;
Fen LEASE Fine businosa property on ICth
St. , nnd 8t. Mury'u Avenue ,
Fen SALB i lot on Chicago Ht , between
13th and 1-1 , Mithgood houao , $3,000d
We will furnish conveyance free to any
mrt of the city fo show property to our friends
miljcustomers , ami cheerfullyyive inforina-
'ion ' refjardiny Omulia Property.
Those who have baryains fo offer or wish
at a baryain , are'invited to see us ,
Real Eotate Agents
2S3S. ! 4tlSt : , bet.Tarnam & Douglas
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