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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. MAX 17 , ISSff
GROWTH OF JHTOTB OMAHA ,
Bomo Interesting Facts About Suburban
. ' THE OMAMA BELT RAILWAY.
by Xhrcml Tlio Omnlm An-
nrolilstq Unll Notes City
News of General
The Growth of South Oninha.
" \Vlmt \ nro tlioy lining down at South
Onmlin ? Dues ( ho business thorn amount
to anything ? Arc they gellliifr much
live stock nt Iho yards ? Will it over b a
gren t cattle and hog market , nnd will it
ever amount to anything us a slaughter *
ing point ? Those nnd many otner simi
lar < | iiustiou.s nro daily uskr.d hy citizens
of Omaha who do not realize tli.it just
Mouth of our city limits n business is
growing up th.it in tliu nonr future will
surpass , in point of c.itrilnl employed nnd
business importance , the entire whole
s.ilo niul manufacturing interests of thu
Oninha of 1880. The careless observer ,
\viio may have vlsltnd the Chicago yards
nud who estimates the importance "of : i
lnisnc ! s by the number of acres of laud
it occupies , and docs not take into con
sideration the length of time it has been
established , might tnku a casual survey
of thu yards and go away satisfied
in his own mind tlmt the
South Omaha stock yards amount to very
little. It was only a short time ago that
n few enterprising men met in the open
prairie , dot their stakes and .said , "hero
wo will build stock yards which can bo
enlarged as the business develops ; hero
wo will build packing houses that shall
huvo a capacity miliicient to handle all
the liyo stock oi the northwest ; hero wo
will lay out town lots to be built upon
and occupied by our employes and by
others having interests hero. " The yards
were built , a packing house was built ,
stores nnd private dwellings wont up ; but
no sooner wns it known that stock would
bo shipped to the yards , that it would bo
M > lu hero for shipment and for slaughter
ing , than the most violent opuosition was
encountered from other markets. Chicago
cage sent men here , not to establish
commission houses , but to turn business
uwny from here , to spy out sales nuute to
speculators and then tolegranh the price
to Chicagothattho , stock on arrival might
"bo sold at a loss to the speculator thereby
ninking it unprofitable for him to operate
on tlds market. In spite of all the oppo
sition the market continued to thrive , the
yards were enlarged , the capacity of the
packing houses was increased , western
cattlemen gave every encouragement
nnd promised to ship all their stock hero
ns soon as the yards could handle it.
Chicago live stock dealers , who had como
to believe , after having had n monopoly
of the business for many years , that the
business world came to an end just out
side of their limits , and that while , the
country west might bo a good cattle nnd
hog pasture , it could never have any
other market than Chicago , began to
realize that they had made a slight mis
take and that Omaha was bound to bo
market. Three of the most prominent
commission linns in Chicago hayo now
established branch houses hero which
nro under the management of able men ,
who are working to build up a
Bopurale trade bore. The petty llings
and disparaging remarks which wore so
common n year ago , with the press nnd
the representatives of other markets ,
have been laid aside , nnd tiio prevailing
spirit is to treat the Omaha market fairly
nnd give what credit is deserved. No one
pretends that this is n Chicago in point
of business importance or in the amount
of business transacted , but that this is anew
now and growing market ; that what
business is done hero is done well ; that
onr packers nnd shippers are paying
more than the owner of stock could
realise- wore ho to ship to Chicago or any
other market , a fact which live stock
men who have tried it are free to admit.
The very fact that live stock men talk of
the Omaha nnd Chicngo markets in the
same breath goes to show our importance
in the eyes of shippers , nnd it is to be
doubted if the Chicago market
could have shown as great im
provement during the lirst throe
years of its existence. The day
was when Albany. N. Y. , was the great
est live stock market in the country , and
when there was talk of building yards at
Buffalo and of there being n market
there. Albany men ridiculed the idea and
f woul'l not believe that there could over
bo anything beyond the Hudson river.
Buffalo became a market all the same ,
nnd to-day the grass grows green in the
Albany yards , iiuftalo had its day nnd
the business wont to Chicago. Omaha's
time is coining. That something moro
than talk and cheap advertising are nec
essary to make a market was at once re
alized by the stock yards company , and
it is to bo doubted if any enterprise in the
west lias boon pushed with greater vigor
cfr if any company Jias boon more ready
to take advantage ot the opportunities
presented than thn Union Stock Yards
company of South Omaha. They liavo
worked quietly nnd without any display ,
if anything they have been too quiet
1 nnd should have made moro noise
in the world. To-day the company are
moving into the now stock exchange -
: change building , a structure which would
bo a credit to any oity or any market.
It has just been completed at a cost of
$00,000 and is 00x140 feet on the ground ,
four stories in height. It will bo occu
pied by the Stock Yards comunny , and
by the commission linns , the balance of
the room being used for banking and
hotel purposes. The old building , to-
* gcthcr with the hotel will bo removed to
make room for the extension of the yards.
A force of men are ougngod in making
brick which will bo used in building the
now packing house to bo occupied by
Fowler Uros. of Chicago. The plans nnd
exact dimensions of this packing house
linvu not boon completed yet , though the
. ground is being graded down ready for it.
* This much , however , is known that it
will bo fully as largo as Hammond's and
willbo , used exclusively for slaughtering
hogs. In addition to Fowler liros. ,
. Worim & Hoaloy , one of the largest and
' ' " "most bitccessful exporting linns of Chi-
"f ' cage nnd who supply almost entirely the
, ' Glasgow market , nro figuring on coming
* hero , and it is expected that they will
* bo established hero before cold weather
sots in. Nelson Morris nnd Andy Unas
< > hnvo decided to build a packing house
near the present location of the Union
* i Kondorlng Co.'s works , which will bo
moved further down the track , There
: ro several other linns calculating on
eomint : hero , but negotiations have not
' advanced far enough to warrant their
. being named nt the present timo. To give
1 some idea of the growth of the business
done at the yards , compare the receipts
of the present year with a year ago. In
April. 18S5 , the receipts were 055 cattle ,
" 8.000 lioirs hogs , 875 blicop and 50 horses ;
' in April , 18SU , the receipts amounted to
" 8,917 cattle , 20,760 hogs , & > 2 sheep and 81
horses , The bulk of all the receipts are
bandied by commission men who are
well represented by M. liurko &
$ ons , ueo. Uurko manager ; Sav-
ngu & ( ircou ; Keonnn & Hancock ,
' represented by Draper Smith ; Wood
Bros. , represented by Waller Wood and
JolmDadisman ; and George Adams &
r BurKO. represented by Andy Gillospio
nnd Frank Ohittondcn. The town of
Bptith Omaha is building up rapidly and
Jnmdrcds of men are finding there pleas *
rvint and agreeable homes while town lots
fovadvancing in value at a rate which
promises to rival the boom in Omaha
elty lots. It is not surprising that those
Who are fully posted on the atl'airs of the
( took yards , are enthusiastic over the
outlook uuu future prosperity of the bttsi-
enterprises established there.
Some Interesting Pacts About nn Im
"The Omaha Beltraihvay , " said Prcsi-
that we can liavo trains running by July.
There are now about 100 tennis working
on the different parts of the line , and wo
hope to have It finished by that time. Be
tween the Omaha terminus on California
street and the military road the line is
nearly graded ; between the military toad
and tlio stockyards the line is nearly
tlirco-fourths completed. The trouble is
at present that there Is a big cut to bo
made nt the Summit , to complete which
will require some weeks yet As to how
much rolling slockwo shall have , I can
not say. And so far as the running of
trains is concerned , I run notable nt pres
ent to toll you anything , Wo shall put
on ju. i ns many trains as business will
stand. Wo shall endeavor to accomino
date the public in every particular ? '
A further interview with Mr. Clark re
vealed many particulars concerning tlio
licit railway , which have not yet been
published. They are of great interest ,
however , as concerning an enterprise
which is bound to henceforth play an
inipoitant part in the growth of this
The route of the Belt railway is as fol
lows : Commencing at Fifteenth and
California streets , running north about
one mile , theticu northeast over the Sul
phur springs tract , passing north of
the fair grounds , ) hence west through Oak ,
Chatham , Isabel and Boyd's ' additions ,
thence southwest about three miles ,
crossing Hamilton just west of Fortieth
street , passing through Walnut Hill ad
dition , ihcnee southeast , passing through
Mr.Cormiok's second addition , Leaven-
worth Terrace , West Omaha addition ,
the county poor farm , Lynian place ,
Melrose Hill and South Omaha Syndi
cate addition , finally reaching the stock
yards , tin ) southern terminus of the line.
This is tlio main line of the road ; at the
intersection of Fortieth and Fnrnam
streets a branch runs southwest to Pa pil
lion , connecting there with tlio Missouri
At n cost of moro than $300,000 tlio
Bolt line recently purchased n tract of
land extending from California street to
Nioholns-aboutone-half amilo-and from
Fifteenth to Sixteenth streets. On this
cround it expects lo have its depots ,
freight yards , etc. The passenger depot ,
which will beja line structure , is to oo
erected by the Belt railway in conjunc
tion with the Missouri Pacific , at the
corner of Fifteenth and California
streets. The freight depot will bo at the
corner of Fifteenth and .Nicholas , while
between the two depots will bo the
freight yards. It is almost certain , too ,
that the Missouri Pacific will
have its terminal shops at
this point , and that it will
commence the erection of buildings
therefor , during the early summer. The
The Missouri Pacific has always lacked
terminal facilities in Omaha , and gladly
avails itself of providing itself with such
at this opportunity.
Other smaller depots are to be built
along the line of the Bolt railway be
tween the California street main depot
and the South Omaha terminus , at such
pjaccs as necessity dictates. The loca
tions therefor have not yet been en
tirely decided upon. In this connection
it might be stated that the line of thoBclt
railway whichof courso.intends to handle
the suburban passenger traffic , preserves
an average distance from the heart of
the cjty of about thrco miles from one
terminus lo another. In this way
it will cater to the needs of those
of our citizens who prefer residences
on the outskirts with the facilities of easy
rail connection with the city. In fac-
trains are to bo run at such speed that
the business man can leave his resit
dcnco in one of the suburban additions
at 8 o'clock in the morning and fifteen
minutes later will iind himself at his
place of business down town.
"Tho cost of the Bolt railway ? " said
Mr. Clark , repeating tlio last question
put to him by the BEE men. " 1
am almost ashamed to tell you ,
it has been so enormous. The
cost per milo has been nearly ? 10,01)0 ) ,
largely owing to the greediness of prop
erty owners , who compelled ns to pay
outrageous prices for right of way privi
leges. So that the total cost of the line
alone will bo nearly $750,000. The Belt
railway has spent more money in Omaha
during the past eight months since it
commenced work in October last than
all the other railways entering here dur
ing the past thrco years. Certainly the
enterprise deserves the patronage of _ the
citizens of Omaha to recompense it for
this outlay. The Bolt railway , you may
state , is built by the Missouri Pacific , is
owned by the Missouri Pacific and will
bo controlled and operated by that cor
poration. The headquarters will proba
bly bo in this city , though that point has
not yet been decided. "
The prettiest site for a cheap and
healthy homo is in Mayno's add. , just two
miles from the postollico in the southeast
portion of tlio city ,
Whenyou como to Lincoln , stop nt the
Commercial Hotel , if you want homo
oomfortfl. C. W. KITC nu.v , Proprietor.
Ono mile west of Bedford place , Solo
mon's addition , § 350 pur acre.
SlixlDO foot near Pierce street on Thir
teenth , with a six room house for $3,800.
This is too big a bargain to hang long ,
C. E. MAYNE.
Ono mile from city.Salomon's addition.
133x133 fcot on South Thirteenth street
at $5,750 , with a house thrown in. This
is right on tlio business part of Thirteenth
street and is worth $7GOl ) to-day.
C. K. MAYNK.
J. II. Manchester , i/nlon Pacifio claim
agent , is out in Cheyenne , settling up
with the stock men for the cattle killed
by the Union Pacilio ears during the past
The overland passenger CSaturday
came In with twelve cars , and was one
hour behind. It was delayed four hours
on account of tlio strike on the Oregon
Frank McGinn , a bright and very de
serving young man , has been honored
with the position of local freight collec
tor for the Union Pacific , succeeding
Fraud Cloary , another capable young
man who has been promoted to the posi
tion of bill clork.
T. II. Dearborn , general western pas
senger agent of the Baltimore & Ohio ,
and W. C , Shoemaker , traveling passen
ger agent of the sumo road , are in town ,
Saturday the St. Paul road met the
cut in second class rates from this to Chicago
cage , and improved on it by a bigger
one of lifty cents more , ranking second
class faro now to Chicago S8.
William Keith , ono of the oldest and
most popular of tlio conductors of tlio
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul and es
teemed hero by ninny people , died yester
day of heart disease , at Marion , Iowa.
Tlio following card to the public ex
plains itself ;
Whereas , llr. Frank J. Crawford , who
was nt ono tiinu a wembei ot thu Biother-
hood of Locomotive Firemen , but who was
expelled about eighteen months ago fiorn
Overland Lodgu N. V-J3 , for npproprlatluz to
liisown use a caaisidciable amount of money
which ho. had collected for the lodge. Since
then ho solicited ami obtained favors on the
MieiiKth of belli' ' a member of tlio order.
Still \\e desire that no more favors bo ex-
tended him on nccount ot Jwlonglne to this ,
order.nnd wo take this mnnncrorpmclnB mm
before tlio public In hlstruo character.
( Signed ) C. 1) . Si-nniiT ,
U II. WIJJSLOW ,
11. r. CAM.AHAN.
100x1-10 fcot on 15th street , next to the
Hartman school , $ flriOO. with a good
house thrown in. C. E. Mayno ofl'ers it
nnd says it is cheap , lie ought to
know. _ _
And take Chamberlain Colic , Cholera
nnd Dlarrluua Remedy. It cures pain in
the stomach almost instantly , get a 25
cent bottle , take nothing else , "You will
need nothing clso to cure the worst case
of DInrrhtcn , Cholera Morbus or bowel
complaint. This medieino is made for
bowel complaint only and has been in
constant use in the west for nearly llf-
teen years. Its success 1ms Ijeou un
bounded nnd its nnmo bccomojv house
hold word in thousands of homes. Try
Now is the time to get cheap rcsidonco
lots in Orchard Hill. Only 10 minutes'
drive from tko postoflico ; hue view , nice
lots long time ,
Call on C. 13. Mayne and buy before
they are nil gone.
Tlio Socialists and Aiiarc lilsts ,
Mr. John Hosicky , the editor of the
Podrok Kapadu , and ono of our promin
ent Bohemian citizcns.was mot Saturday
by n reporter of the Bun and questioned
about the Bohemian clement of tlio so
cialistic organization in thi.scity. Mr. It.
was positive that the number of social
ists , as given in Thursday night 'nBiu :
had boon over-stated , nnd Hint there were
not more than 103 in this city. Of that
number but a small proportion belonged
to the anarchist wing of the organiza
tion. "Tho fact is , " said Mr. Uoslcky ,
"that the majority of the socialists are
Germans , and not Bohemians. In Chi
cngo , too , the blame for the recent anar
chist riots was laid upon the Bohemian
element , when , as a matter of faot , our
fellow-countrymen had very little to do
with the trouble. To bo sure on Monday
evening the attack on McCormick's fac
tory was made largely by the
striking Bohemian lumbermen , but on
Tuesday evening when the great riots
occurred , and when the bomb was
thrown , there were not 100 Bohemians in
the mob. Why. look ntthc list of killed
nnd injured ! Tharo was hardly , \ Bohe
mian nnmo on the list. The Spies broth
ers nro not Bohemians , Fielding is not
n Bohemian , Parsons is not a Bohemian.
I toll yon that our nationality lias been
greatly wronged in the matter. "
Speaking further on the subject of lo
cal socialism , Mr. Hosicky said that he
had been informed , on credible authori
ty , that the anarchists who wore drilling
hero , had a supply ot arms and tlmt atone
ono time they were stored in the house of
ono ot the leaders , a man named Kretsch
mar. Concerning the rumors that these
men had largo quantities of dynamite in
store , lie said that ho could allirm noth
ing , though ho had understood that Mich
was the ease.
Mayne's add. is booming. Ho lias only
n few more lots loft in that locality. Call
before it is too Into.
Largo Kentucky Jack and five other
stallions for service. Spring Valley
Stock farm , Omaha
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
Now is the time to pick your lots out in
Mayno's add. for $300. Ho is selling
them on easy monthly payments.
Remember C. E. Mayne oflcrs the best
inducements to parties looking for out
side or inside , improved or unimproved
The mechanic and tlio workingman
should look at lots in Mayne's add. before
buying elsewhere. C. E. MAYNE ,
15th and Farnnm.
Frank Popplcton , alias J. A. Kennedy ,
was arraigned before Judge Steuberg
Saturday charged with receiving stolen
goods. It appears Unit ho wont to Fred-
crickson , theSt. Mary's avenue dry goods
man Friday afternoon , and represent-
dent S. II. 11. Clark , to a reporter lri- ;
daj',0 "will probably bo Bcomplcled so
ing himself to bo a drummer for tltc
Coates Tin cad company , sold them at less
than wholesale price a lotof spool thread
taking in exchange therefor a check for
$85 and some goods. Mr. Fredoriokson
became suspicious and examined matters
closely , after the alleged drummer had
loft. "Ho found that the thread wns
wrapped up in different n'i7cd parcels ,
in paper from the store of Tootlo to Maul.
On ono of the pieces of paper were
some figures and writing which one
of the clerks in the Tootlo &
Maul establishment recollects having
tcribblcd at about ten o'clock Friday
morning. This is taken ns showing that
1 he thread must hnvo bean stolen after
Miat hour yesterday , and that ono of the
employes of the house must have been in
league with Kennedy. That worthy was
arrested Saturdayns ho was about to
present tlio chock at the bank for pay
ment. Ho denies havingstolon the goods ,
or having known that they were stolen ,
and ho says that ho bought thorn from
a man who represented himself to bo an
ngout of the Coiites' Thread company ,
lie was hold to the district court on a
clmrgo of grand larceny , and committed
in delimit of bail.
The authorities are of tlio opinion tlmt
Kennedy is ono of a g.ing of sharpers
who huvo laid their plans to operate ex
tensively in tlds city. Some Interesting
disclosures are expected.
It is rumored that the son of ono of
Omnhn's best known citizens is impli
cated in the aiTair.
C. E. Mayno still has a few of those
nice acre lots in Belvedere and Newport
left. Just north of the Fort. Bo sure
nnd see them before buying.
This powder never varies. A marvej of puri
ty , fctiength and wholosomonoss. More eoon
ornlcol than the ordinary klurts , mid cannot bo
Bold Jn competition with the multitude of low
test , short weight , alum or phospuato powrdcrs ,
sold only In cans. ItovAL 1UUIM31'owuKli Co. ,
4S8\ViuUBt.Noff Xoik ,
SOLOMON'S ' ADDITION ,
This map f oprcsonts1 Solomon's addi
tion to Omaha ICO norcs platted in ono
aero lots. The land is onomllo from city
limits , one-quarlcr mile from deaf and
dumb institute , llftccu minutes' drive
from postoflico , near Belt railway. Tlio
boulevard will bo completed this sum
mer , it runs ncnr our east lino. Land
contains ICO acre lots , which I ofTor for
sale without rcscvcrvo at $ )50 ) to $300 per
ncro , on very cosy terms one-third cash ,
balance five years' time , 8 per cent inter-
csl , or ? 50 cash , balance $10 per month
with interest. Hero is tlio host oppor
tunity lo secure homes at a small outlay.
Renllyloss monov per ncro than parties
nro now selling small town lots live lots
to one nerc. llcnl estate dealers are now
platting out town adjoining us on tlio
south nnd also west of the above lines
live lots to ono aero.
Remember , that you can sub-divide
your aero lots in five town lots and soli
them at once at a handsome ndvnnco.
There is no doubt you can double your
investment inside of six mouths. The
above land joins Tutllo's addition west.
I ofl'or 23 acres of the al'ovo ' laud with
three story brick dwelling , 1 0 rooms , U3
33 fcot , soft and hard watnr supplied
through pipes forced by wind mill , brick
bain 03x100 foot , olio frame barn 33vl03
foot , mill house , grinding mill , corn
shcllor , hay scales , 14-foot wind mill , ice
house , now woll-llllcd with ice , one-aero
chicken house and fence , with other out-
house's , etc. There is now on the above
28 acres 1,030 choica fruit trees tliroo
years old ; 15,030 grape vines , four years
old ; 5,003 , raspbeines , also gooseberries ,
currants , blackberries , strawberries.etc. ,
etc. Also a good half mile racetrack now
complete , The improvements cost over
For further particulars call at
I5Q9 Fan St. , ( Ma , Neb ,
. I. U. S
) > .tK. (
Patterson Park norcs only 3'S miles S. W. from
court hniiBui tioar cnnninu ; factory , nour Woqt
Blilu ; buniitllul view ; > j mlle from licit I.lno.
Tlio nmvost ntiil best ncro pioporty on tlio mar
ket for the prlcp , 3i)0 to $ JSU per ncie. Kiich
ncni will innuo 0 loH. Only 10 poruunt down re
quited , bnlmico monthly. Como soon. 1) . C.
PattersonIron Bulk iliililiip. ! r3 |
MAIIA A'lEW lots $330 to $700
718-15 llopjrs & Hill
WKIPS Subcllv. nSticreM Just plntti-d Inncto
lots tor Stic , commencing MonJav JItiv 10 ,
from $ . ' 150 to 550J. Adjoining iicto sell for 5800
to S800. Luuwlck & Scay , M cor IGtli nnd
o MAI1A V1UW lota J.330 to * 700 '
: - Ftockilolo & llunclior-2 olo-
ffimt lots on oust front rornur In Clarendon ,
very cheap. Como undseo thorn.
A very choice house nnd lot ono block from
Bnundoisst , onPownrd. Persona looking for a
homo In nn excellent neighborhood , with nil
facilities In the Immediate vicinity , ciinnot lln-1
n plaeo tlmt will surpass tills. Prlcofor n few
days 1,700 , only SI ,700 c.islu
NKIlEon Noitb 17th st. ncnrNlcliolns st , with
OhoiiRcs. I'tlco S10.000 , Imlf URsh.
( XKll'l on North 0th bt , with small house.
Price , ? S,100.
3 lot * , each with nood1ioncconNorth2litst ( ,
fi.OOO for olther , $10. ) clou n , b.il monthly. Here
Is u clntnco to not n Rood homo at a reasonable
pi Ice , on ea y payments.
DuWiluH In nil directions. Como In and EDO
our Hat. AlwnysicndytoshoH-propoity.
Stockdalo & llunolicr , 1511 Dodge bt. 637-15
o MAIIA VIEW lots $300 to $700
-1S-15 Boggs & Hill
LOTS on Dodpo Bt. , Kllby 1'lnco. ? MO ouch.
Gniham & llcnawu , Croi litou Hlk. 899-10
OMAHA VIEW lots $300 to $103
718-15 Hoggs & 1II11
F OH SAl.i : 2J feet on SnundoisBt , house o
rooms clstein , otc , $2)00. )
CO feet cast front , on S Hinders st , house 7
rooms , well , cistern , etc , $ .VJOO.
House cf 'J rooms , full tot , in Lowe's add ,
Thrco corner Ijts on Sowiml st , near Poor
Claim convent , S753 each ; oiisy terms.
Lot fU\HO on Dodso St. , near 12th Et , f 1,500.
Six- choice lots in Lowe's ald.475 to fGOO
each : cn y totrns
Lot In bunny Side , $1,150.
3 lots on SUh St. , near Farnnm , f30,000.
COvlWon l-'atnun ( corner ) , $ .20,000.
lllixl't ! on Finnnin Rt , ( corner ) SJ7.00) .
HoiiEoof U looms , halt lot , 1/iud st , (3,530.
Lot In Wo t Km ! , on UO.IKO St. , $1,100. ,
Lot In Polham PJaco , $ f > 00.
House of H-ioomsuud lot 25x140 , onlSth , near
Paul ft. , $2ODO.
Hou o of 8 rooms , lot 5\UO , on 18th , near
Paul , $ ' . ' , WO.
" houses nnd full lot , 19th ncnr Webster si. ,
fO.OJ ) .
41 feet cast fiont on 8.13th St. , $1,500.
125 feet east float on S. 13th St. , $11.003.
Lot on Virginia nvu. , near Loavcnworth St. ,
J2.000 , terms oasy.
Klghtcon of the choicest lots In llcdfoul Place
JI60 , $50) , $ . for Inside , nnrt 1000 to ? t)30for )
LotlnNelson'Hndd. , enst front , $1,700.
Lot on Sowiud St. , 13 blocks from street car
Him , $1,000.
Full lot.'t houses , IStli st , near Louvonworth
2Jots , south front , on Hamilton st , ncnr 30th ,
A linrffftln Must bo sold. Largo lot , InrKO
boarding house , bam , to ulhor with Biiloon ,
pool loom nnd barber shop on leased lot adjoin-
inur. Kritahllshcd bnMncss. $ iriOO ) for all.
House of 5 moms , full lot , lllondo , nenrSauu-
Money to lonn nt lowest rnto of Interest. Ooo.
1' . llonils 8. W. cor , liitli and Douglas. 410
o MAIIA VJKW lots $300 to 5700
718-15 Hoggs & Hill
MKS I'LAC'i soldtotlioso ho
: Lots u want
i homos they can [ iay for. 411
O MAIIA VIEW lots ? C05 to $700
716-1 } Ilojgs & Illll
HANSCOM PLACE-7-room house , barn , S
lots , > -5,00) .
ftCl AMjjg. 1607 Farnnm.
O MAIIA VIBW lots $3CO to $700
718-15 Hoggs & Hill
riOTIJ lllULMANrE-Acro lota lit $1W to SXiQ
WaiothochoujiOat In the market. Adjoining
additions BHIIIO distance are soiling for t-VJ to
F10U. This Is 5 our last chance to PLOIIIO some of
thuto lots on easy terms. W , A. L. Gibbon 1217
nnd 121U Leu von worth st. 458
o MAIIA VIEW lots $300 to J703
1B-15 Hoggs & Hill
PKKSO.VAL I Imvo for eale small cottuerea
lots , 1'onsoa and lots , viumut and improved
Jots in every addition and on o\ery Bticet in
the city us cne.ip and on ui ciuy tt'ims ns nny
ono can olfer. I loan money on nppiovcd
security. Call on or addread 11 U. Patterson ,
lUth and Douglas bt. 742
O MAI A VIEW lots J3uO to fc70J
718-15 Hogg * & Hill
liilard Hotel Block , Omaha , M.
Do a Purely Brokerage Business. Have
Have Farms and Land in all Parts of Nebraska and Iowa ,
Have school land leases for sale.
Have school land contracts for sale.
Have stock ranches for sale.
ee HATCHER , GADD & Co. , if you want to
buy or sell property of any description.
Remember the name and place ,
Millard Hotel Block , Omaha.
1216 Douglas st.
OiEIS A.'E'SS I1 ZE'JLi.A.OS X T O7O
Mninw , rinniinro , n .
DEWEY & STONES'
Oneoftfte Best and L < ti'f/est fltoo'os ill the U.S.
to Select from. .
No Stairs to Climb. ' Elegant Passenger Elevator
C. E MAYNE ,
S. W. 011. I5IH A.VD FAUX AM , OMAHA.
Property of every description for sale in nil parts of the city. Laiuls tor s.ilo In
county m Nobntsku. A complete not of Abstracts of Titles of Douijliis County kopt.
Mtips of tlio City , State or county , or any other inforiuntion uosiruil furnislioil
free of charge upon application.
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M. BURKE & SONS ,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
QBO. IlUItKE , Manager ,
UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB.
HEr'EKL'NCKS : Merchants' and Kariners1 Hunk David City , Neb. ; Kc.-vrnoyN.xtloii.il
Hank , Kramer , Neb. : Coltimlms. SUto JUuU. t'olumtmx , Neb.-McOouaM'a ; Bank , Noilh
I'laltc , Neb. ; Omaha National Italiki Qinulia. Neb. . , . . .
Will pay customers , ' diatt wltu bill qf liidlns attaclicif fur two-thirds value of stock.
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