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TH"E L7 BEE.
MHWA PUBLISHING CO. . PROPRiETORS.
SIS farnkatn , bet. Stand 10th Struts
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
1 Oopy 1 year , in advance postpaid8.00 )
8 months * = " 4 00
8 months " 2.00
TIME TABUS-
THE HAILS.
C. R. I & I > . B B. . 20 a. m. . 2:40 p.
OEt Joe ISO a. tu.
H.City&F.E:80a.m : ,
U. P. R.B. . HtOa.m.
0. 4 R. V. to Lincoln , 10 a. ro.
B.M.R.R..8tO : m.
0. * .W. , 7SOa.ni.
ornnxe
0. JH. W. B.IU II a. m. , 11 p. m.
0. B. & 0 , 11 a. m. , 830 p. m.
aB I. 4 P. , 11a.m. , U p.m.
O. B.Bt , Joe.li .m.Up m.
TJ. P. R. R. , i p m.
O. ft R. V. from Lincoln , ISao p. m.
.City ft P. , 11 a.m.
BftM. lnheb.,4p.m.
Local mails lor States Iowa leave but once a
, . .
ce Open from IS to I p. m. Bundiys. "
T00MAS F. HALL. Pogtciartn.
Arrival And l > epartnre
Trains
UKION PAcrno.
.
Klred . eanpm.
do Freleht - BSOa- ttSSp-m.
do _ . . .8O5- lWp , IT.
- " * I2-1- *
TIME CABD P-
IHB BURLINGTON.
. ,
HUT. 011
Expreai. . . * - I ARfirra CUBA.
JUU . * 0 p. m. 1 Express . 10K a. m ,
Sonc * - 60 .ra. Mail . 10:00 p. m.
Jt Eicopted. | Bnndayl Excepted.
CmCAOO..EOCK ISLAND & PACIHC.
. .IM a. m. I4 I ti . 10AO p. m.
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN.
Kail _ .CC : > Oa.tn.HaU | _ 7:8) ) p. m.
/prflBfl . B Oplm. | Express . .16X ) a. m.
Sundays eicepted.
KANSAS OITT.ST. JOK * COUNCIL BLUFFS
UMTX ACKtTS.
jltall _ .8:00a.m : I Expn . . . . . .7lOa.m ,
'Bapreee 6:00p. 12. | U C 7:26 v. m.
The only line running Pullman Sleeping Can
' oat ot Omaha to Union Depot.
OMAHA ft NORTHERN NEBRASKA CA1L-
WAY COMPANY.
Leave. Arrive.
Kxpre . .60 a. m. ] Kxprwj .tSO p , m.
Mixed ItBOp n. | Mixed 10:45 a. m
Daily KxccptBundaya.
C. 4II. tt > R. in NEBRASKA.
tlATB. ARR1VB.
KtprcsB-.v.ibOam | Freight 830am
" " . .n.55pmE | .pr iiJpm
'SIOUX CITY & ST. PAUL R. R.
tt . _ .6:10 : am J Express 10:00 a m
fiffta B.i'Opm M i 7 0 p m
WABASH\ ST. LOUIS * PACina
uuvn. AKEITO.
JUfl 8 a. m. I UaU . _ ll-i6 a. m
Sipw . . . . ! :40 : p. m. { ExpreH.1 5 p. m.
BRIDGE 21TISION U. P. R. K.
'Leave Omaha , dally. 8 a. m. , S a , m. , 10 a m. ,
11 a. m. . 1p.m. , ip. m.Sp. m , 5 p. m , , 6p.
Leave CoaudlBluffB- ; a.m. , 926a.m , ,
10SS a. m. , 11 6 a. m. . lSfi p. m. , 2:25 p. m. ,
BA6 p. m. , EA5 p. m. , 6:25 p. ta. ,
Four tripe on Sunday , leaving Omaha at 9 and 11
a.m. , 2 and 6 p. m. ; Council Blub U B:2i : ,
11:26 a. m. , and 2 5 and SA5 p. m.
Leave Omaha : 6 a. m. , 7 a. m. , 830 . m. , 1
p. m , , iSO p. m , , 7:28 p. m. ,
Leave Council BluHs : 6:16 : n.mlt fiiOa. m ,
11HO atn.ES5p. : m. , 700 p. m. , 720 p. m.
Dally except Sunday.
OMAAA ft REPUBLICAN VALLEY R. ,
LtAVI. ARRITB.
M . . . . , . . , . . . . _ . - . * . . , . .45 p. m.
Dallr exwpt Snncltv * .
ATTORNETI-AT-UK.
CHARLES POWELL ,
OF THE PEACE Comer JBth and
JUSTICE Sta. , Omaha Neb.
WM. SIMERAL ,
. TTORNEY AT LAW Boom ecreighton
L _ Bl < wV. 16th St. . OMAHA. NEB.
0. U THOMAS.
TTORNET AT LAW Loans money. Irayi
A. and sells real ettste. Room 8 , Oreichton
( Block.
A. C. TBOUP ,
fe tTCRKET AT LAW Office in Hacicomf
.A Block , with George E. Prltehett , 1608
Tarnham fit. OVJLHA , NEB.
DEXTER L THOMAS ,
, * TTOBNXT AT LAW Crnlctinank I BoUd
A. Inf. ap/fitf
ft. M. CHADWiGK ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW Office UM rarnham
A. Btr t.
Offic * In Craiffhton Block , nnrt U
L1WTKK & , OHAEA.NE2RABEA.
Procured.
irocABT ruBua. ODLLIOTIOKB UADI
O'BRIEK & BABTLETT ,
Attorneys-at-Law ,
omOK-Unlon Blocfc.rift 83lh am ? Famham
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MBACH ILOCK , COR. DODOft I5TH 8T8.
OMAHA. NEB.
W. d. Connell ,
Attorney-at-Law.
DBSco : Treat roona , np Btain , la nanwoml
ew brtck Milding , N. W. oorner llrt enth and
Rarnham StreeU.
OHia. K.KDICK
& REDICE ,
Attorney -at-Law. .
Bpodal attention trill be giver vo all
KTklr.st oorporatlonro : every datcrlptlon ; will
loracUo * b al Hhe Oonria of the Btato and the
Sj cited 5ftU > g. Office , Famhun 8t , oppoilte
EDWARD W. SiKERAL ,
TTORNET AT LAW Room G Orelghton
. Block , ISth md DonjlM BtreeU. nogdh
S. F. KAKOEH8QK ,
Sry AX LAW MS ramhaoi tUeet
Omaha Kcbnzkx
W. T. RlCBAKDB. Q. J. HUKT
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
Attorneys-at-Law ,
Omci SIS South Fourteenth Street.
SANTA GLAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of tbe Age.
ITorxisrtnldle-mvtirieg in thr world have been made
Among other thlnn whore Santa Clana stayed
CUldren oft tek U he makes coodg or not ,
If really he fived in a mountain of enow.
Last year an axcurglon sailed clear to the Pols
And raddcnlj dropredlntowhatHecmedlikeahole
Whvre wondsr ot wonders they fonad acewland ,
< W1 falrjllka beings appeared en each hand.
Tnor 9-cro mocntalas Uke ours , with more
beantlfp' preen ,
And tar brighter tkiw than ever were teen ,
CSrd * with the hats of a rainbow were found ,
Whllo flowers of exquisite tratrrance were grow
Ing around.
"Not loag were they left to wundur lu donbi
A txlup teen came they had heard much about ,
Tw&s Santa Clans' Keif and this they all say ,
le Ivoked like the picture t tfoe every day.
He drove up a team that looked very queer ,
'Twms a team of grasshoppers Instead ot reindeer ,
He rode in a shell instead of a sleigh ,
Bxt he took them oa board and drove them
away.
He showed them all uvar his wonderful realm ,
And factories making goods for women and men
Furrier * were working ou hata great and email ,
To Bunce's tbev ( aid they wtre Bending them alL
Kril Klurlo , the Glove Jdaker , told thorn at once ,
All our Gloves we are sending to Bcnoe ,
Baata showed them euiptnderc and many thlnga
more.
Saying I also took th e to friend Bunco's store.
Santa Claus then whispered a seer t he'd teU ,
As in Omaha every ona keen BTIT co weU ,
Be therefore checid send his p ods 1) his care.
Knowing his irloads will get tLdl fill oaare.
How remember ye do-oilers In omata town.
All who want present ! to Bunce's go round ,
For shlrta , collars , or clovse great and email ,
Send yoor titter or aunt one and all.
Bunee , Champion THttar of the West ,
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
Win Fencing auu haiau * cpvctallty.
Their beautr , permanence and economy
dally working the extinction of all fencing
cheap material.
Elegant In d etai , Indcctmctlble
Fencei for Lawrn , PobUe Qroandi aad Oeme-
Iron VaiM , Lawn Settee * , canopied and of
raiUc patterns ; Ccain and evmry defcripUoa of
Iron and Win ornamental work deriroed akxl
Baau&ctared br E. T. BARNU1T3 Win and
Iron W-rk , S7,29a _ dSl _ _ Woodward Are , De-
ttMllft.
Ji
IjjBl
OMAHA
BUSDJESS DIRECTORY.
ART EMPJalllaJS.
" "
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10 Do'ge
* i * * e " - * * * < ubAu dj Cironios
i. truml gaS tcuty. Loivpr.rae.
J. BOSSEit , 1SC1 > PoualM et Goon Styles ,
ABSTRACT AND REAL ESTATE.
JOhX L. idcCAGUE , Ofpua.tB pc-stoffiee.
W. R. BARTIETT. 317 South 13th Street.
ARCHITECTS.
A T. LAEOE. Jr. , u.o.a 2 , Crehtnn ! Block.
Boom 14 , Ctsi htoa Block.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JAMKS DiVlKE & CO ,
Rne Boots and Shoes , A coed aHortment ot
home work on bauj. ' cor.12th.and Hamey.
'N ' , 8.E. cor. ClhandU-.n-lii
SED SPRINGS-
J. F. LiRR tjR Minufa tursr.Tisschepj'nik
CARRIAGES AND ROAD WACONS
o. 1319 llth and Uarney St.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS.
AKDBKW KOafcWATER , 1510 Furaham St.
Toira Surveys , Grade and Sewerage Sretems a
Specialty. .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
JOQK G. WILLIS , Kit Dodge Street.
D. B. BEEMER , For details see large Advertise
ment ID Bui and Weekly.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
WEST < t FB T CI1EK. Maiufctur. rs of CIpus ,
and Who esale Djalrig in Tob.cca * , 1305 Doug.
CORNICE WORKS.
Western Cornice Workr , Manufacturers Iron
Corn ! e , T > n , Iron and Slate Roofing. Orders
from any locality t romi ily executed in the bnt
macner. Fa.cto.-y and Cfficn 1310 Douje street.
Galvanized Iron Cornices , Window raps , etc.
manufactured anJ put up in any part o ( tbe
country. T. BINHuLD , 416 Thbteenth St.
CROCKERY.
J. CONNER , 1309 Dou-lai St. Good Line.
DENTISTS.
DR. PAUL , WillUma' Mock. Cor.
DRUGS , PAINTS AND OILS.
KDUN&CO ,
Phinnacists , Fine Fancy Goods , Cor. 15th and
Di Ujrlis Streets.
W. J. WHITEHOU5E , Wholes 'e ' & ReUil.lG St.
C. 0. FIRLD. 20 ± J Noithsirte < umi- SlrreU
FURNITURE.
A. F. GROS 3 , vew an.1 becond Hand Foraiture
and fctovte , 1114 Douglas. E. 0. Turpeou Ag't ,
J. BOSNEK.1809 Douglas St. Fine Goods , &c.
GROCERS.
Z. STEVENS , 21si betwei-nCliming and Izird.
T A. McSHAVE. Corner 2SJ aiul Cam'n ' ? Stg.
HATTERS.
W. L PAURU71E & CO .
1S06 Douclas Street , Wholesale Eiclusi-vely.
HARDWARE.
A. HOLMES , comer 10th und California.
HARNESS , SADDLES , &C.
E. B. WElbT,32 13th St. , bet Farn. 4 Dar-
HATAHD BONNET BLEACHERY.
Ladieg get roar Str ± w , Cnio 3 Q J t elt HaU done
up at northeist- corner ScvcnUcntli and Capitol
a nue. TVM. D' VE. PGOP
IHTELLIG-KCE OFFICE.
MRS. LIZZIK D3Vr , 217 16Lh Street.
JUNK
H. BERTHOLD. Ka'Ji nd Mrt
LAMPS AND GLASSWARE.
J. BONNER 1SC3 Dcusl fct. Coed Vwicty.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
G. A.LlNEQUvSf ,
One of our most popular Merchant Pallors is rc-
relvinc tbe latest deilgns for Trine aud Rain *
mer Goodsfor pent'cm-n's esr. Sty'isb , durable
andpriceHldwajrver.215 ' 3thbet , Doug.&Ftr.
MEAT MARKETS-
The Boston Mcrket ,
MOQLE& JESTER , Fresh and Cured Moats ,
Game. Fiah. Poultry. Et" . S020 Cm ing S'ret.
MILLINERY.
MRS. C. 4. RISGER , WhMeaala snd BctiU ,
Finer GooSg in { Treat iiiiety , Zphrs , Can )
Boanlt , Ho < i r' , K'oves ' , oorsetj , &j Ch > Bi | > tt
Home in the West. Purchisari awe S' per
cent. Order "v Mail 15 Ff r n ' .
PHYSiCIAKS AND SURGEONS-
W. a. GIBBS , M. D. , Room No. 4 , Crelhton
BlockHth Street.
P. S. LSISENBING. M. T > . Masonic Hook.
C. D. HART , M. D. , Fys and ar. opp. ro'tsfflce
PHOTOGRAPHERS-
PHOTOGRAPHS " 4.ND TtN TYPES.
GEO. HtYN , PROP.
Grand Outral Gallert , 212 sixteenth Street
ne\r Masonic Hull. Satuftction Cutraateed or
Monev
PLUMBING AND CAS FIXTURES-
D. FI1ZPATRICK , MM Dauel Direct.
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
HEVI.Y A. KO TEHS. 1U2 Dodwc Street.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
A. BUKMESTER ,
Dealer in Stoves and Tinware , and Mtnufac'urer
of Tia Roofs and all kinds of Buildin ? Work ,
Odd Fellows' Block.
J.BOSNER , 1109 Don ? . St. God and Chsap.
SEEDS.
J. EVANS , Wholesile and Retail Seed Drills
and Cultivator * . Odd Fellowg HaU.
SALOONS.
HENRY KiUFMAN,1 *
In the Lew brick block on Doulae Street , has
Jut opened a most elegant Beer Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
everyday.
FLANNERY ,
On Farnham , next to the 13. & 41. headquarters ,
hag reopened a ceit nnl complcto establish-
m nt which , barring FIRE , and Mother Ship-
ton's Prophecy ill bo open for the bojsvith
Hot Lunch on zu.il after prei nt < lato.
"Caledonia , " J. FALCONER , C79 15th Street.
UNDERTAKERS
CHAS. RIEWE , 1012 Famham bf t. lOta & llth.
MAKE NO MISTAKE !
MICA AYT.7. GREASE
Composedlarpsly of powdered mica and isinglass
u the beat and cheapst lubricator in the world.
It isthebestbocausei t does not ram , but form ;
a highly pollshaJ surface over the axle , dolnj
away Kiui a laixe amount of friction , it is the
cheapest because. TOH need u-o but half tbe
quantity in greadug your wagon thatyou woall
of any other axle grease mule , and then run
your wagon twice as long. It aniwers eqoally
as wen lor Mill Gearinc , Threshing [ U&chlnM ,
Buggies , be.as for wagons Send for Pocket
Cyclopedia of Things Wortn Knowing. Mailed
tree to anr address
MICA MANUFACTURING CO. ,
81 MICHIGAN AVENGE ,
CHICAGO.
f Ask Your Dealer For It
ortSO-tf
WORTH REMEMBERING.
ThatTiKlAXT'sEELTUR APKUKXT teprtlle In
each hott e thirty or forty -ilis'es of Sounc
Ssllrer Wavecontaiuin all the virtue of the
celebrated Germ in pr-nt : . It is alwvs fresh
and alwavs r dy , and Urns e miic'ias Itstlf to
all for its efficacy < rUhiUtyan ! cheapness.
ALL DKUGQI T3 HAVE IT.
TWO DOLLARS WILL SECURE
THE WEEKLY BEE
For One Year.
AGRICULTURAL ,
Plan for a Hogr Yard.
My hog house is not very costly ,
but it answers the purpose as well as
if it had cost ten times what it did. It
is 35 feet loop , 10 feet high to the
finite , and 15 foot wide , wrjh an ex
tension ou side of 3 , the length of
tbe building fora porch , 3 feet on the
othsr aide for hall along which the
troughs run. The first two stalls are
eah 8 feet wide , the next two are
cr.ch 7 , and the next one is 6 , for the
use aud ran of a bear. It has a door
in the side hung on an iron rod across
the top , which opens into a yard that
has a spring runuiug through it. He
can open it either In or out , and it
swings shut itself. At the end of the
porch I have another door that opens
out in a yard , and that into another ,
and BO on as many yards as I need.
All the pens hare doors in one corner
that opens into the porch and shut the
porch , or swing back against the wall
as desired. If I had a ground suitable
itwouldhare been batterto have a yard
at every door , bnt it could not be
done in the place 1 wanted to set it.
The height of the stalls is o feet ,
leaving 3& feet to the eaves and 7 feet
to the comb leaving ample room for
corn , etc. , which is reached by a pair
of winding stairs out of the hall at
one end. In the centre of the hall
have a door 6 feet by 3 wide , which
is about 15 feat from a large watering
trough , which is very convenient for
making slop and cH&ning out the pens.
The carpenter charged me $18 for
building it. I don't know what the
sawing cost , as I got lumber for
housa and barn sawed when the mill
was here , and did not keep an item
ized account of it. The whole cost
will not exceed $40. You will wonder
irhat is the use in having doers and
stalls so high. Well , I don't like to
hit my head against anything when I
am going around , and as I am six feet
two inches high and wide out accord
ingly , I have very little room yet.
[ W. L. M. Smith , ia The Ruralist ,
Springfield , III.
Boot Crops.
There are but few of our farmers
who realize what a comparatively
small space is devoted to root 'culture
in this country. Many argue that
on all well organized farms come plots
are allotted to the growth of roots.
While we have visited many Ameri
can farms where this is so , we regret
that they are in the minority.
It would not be wise to advocate
for our great west the cultivation of
any root but the beet. But , on the
other hand , grain crops are not grown
to any extent in the east , nor with
satisfactory financial results , it being
cheaper to buy a buahel of wheat
than to grow it.
Feeding live stock upon corn or
other dry food the entire winter in-
jnres their general health. Combin
ation of dry with green food is highly
desirable. Animals , like men , require
a change In diet. For this , if for no
other reason , roots have a decided
advantage , within a reasonable limit ,
over corn , for example.
One thousand bushels of mangels or
turnips to the acre is common.
When this very turnip cultivation
was introduced into England , it com.
pletely upset all previous existing
principles of husbandry. It sup-
proseed the fallow land absurdity and
a con&ral agricultural reform was the
result.
Evidently it would > ba folUh to
crow roots upon a poor soil , or on one
that has not been properly worked.
In root growing , subsoil plowing Is
of the first necessity , and improved
method , when required , of drainage ,
cannot be neglected , the easy penetra
tion of the roots demanding it.
Drainage is of vastly greater import
ance in root culture thnn for grain , as ,
if neglected , hollowness , rot , etc. , en
sue. Grain culture hai not this.to
contend with to the same extent , as
their small surface roots do not reach
the underlying wet of gum subsoil.
Of tha important roots wo may men
tion sugar bae's , mangel-wurzel * , tur
nips , carrots , and potatoes. Each of
these has advantages and demerits , the
sugar beet being far superior to all the
rest , giving the greatest yield per acre
and tha root containing the largest
amount of nourishing elements. It Is
a profitable crop for three purposes
sugar manufacture , alcohol making ,
and cattle feeding , and entering into
the last either direct or in the shape
of palp.
Farmers argue that the root yield
ing the greatest -crop ia the mangel-
wurzel ; but what ia gained in yield is
lost in fattening results.
The turnip is the root most grown
in Enghnd , and has held its own
since 1730. From the time of Us in
troduction in this country by our
English ancestry , it has made but
little progress. The objection to it
for feeding cows Is that it gives a de
cided and in many case : unpleasant
tnste to the milk. In carrot growing
these objections do not hold good.
But the turnip is more easily keot
during the winter , aud requires less
weeding , and , all told , of the two is
decidedly the best.
In conclusion wa would say that we
consider root culture possesses the
following advantages :
1st. In the rotation of crops it pre
sents a greater number of combina
tions , and thus comes nearer to the
axiom , ' 'Return to the soil what you
take away. "
2d. It necessitates subsoil plowing
and improved methods of cultivation
too often neglected.
3d. It furnishes live stock through
out tne entire year the green food ao
essential to their good health.
4th. The pulling of the roots dur
ing tuo harvesting period loosens the
soil , and represents a saying in fol
lowing se&nons. ( The Sugar Beet ,
Philadelphia.
Cheese and Butter Factories.
Nothing seems plainer than that
the manufacture of butter and cheese
designed for the market will soon pasi
entirely into the hands of skilled work
men employed in factories which are
fitted up with improved appliances of
various kinds. The circumstance that
a farmer can obtain more for the milk
he produces than he can for tbe but
ter and cheese made from it by the
method of domestic m nufacture ia of
itself sufficient reaion why these arti
cles should no longer be made in farm
houses. It is as practical now as it
ever was to make butter and cheese In
farm houses ; but it is no longer eco
nomical. Many farmers still con
tinue the domestic manufacture of
butter and cheese because they have
persons In their houses whom they
wish to keep employed. They are
seemingly forgetful of the fact that
they employ them at a loss , as they
can realize more for then ; milk than
for the butter and cheese made from it.
With some exceptions , more butter
and chee e can be made from a given
amount of milk in a factory than In an
ordinary farm house. It ia also true
that they will bo ordinarily of much
better quality. Thev will , moreover ,
sell for a higher price in the market ,
partly because their quality is supe
rior , and partly because the facilities
for selling are better. Purchasers
come to dairy factories to buy butter
aud cheese , bnt they do not often
visit frm houses for this purpose.
Factory products are ordinarily of
nearly" uniform quality , but such Is
not the case with domestic dairy pro
ducts The former can put up in at
tractive packagei that are not required
to be returned , but the latter are
placed in packages that are the reverse
cf attractive , and which must gener
ally be returned to tha owners. A
large factory can obtain an exten
reputation for its goods , but a sm
farmer can , under the most favprab
circumstances , obtain a very limlte
reputation.
The manufacture of butter and
cheese in factories relieves farm houses
of a vast amount of hard work. It
also saves much expense in _ the con
struction of cellars , the building and
filling of ice-houses , and in the cost of
vessels for holding , as well as In the
matter of vats , presses and churns.
The moio extensively any busmeas is
"carried on , the less the cost on a given
amount of products. Ii requires less
labor to make a hundred peunds of
butter in a factory than to make five
pounds in a farm-house. In the first
a churn is operated by steam , horse ,
or water power , and in the second by
hand power. "What is true of churn
ing Is also true of making and pack
ing butter. Few farmers can afford
to use the best implements and
machinery for making butter and
choesa , but the managers of a factory
cannot afford to get along without
them. No person working but a few
hours a day at any kind of
business can attain the degree of skill
of ono who works at it all the time.
There no longer exists any good rea
son for carrying on the business of
dairying in farm houses , unless they
are located where they are very diffi
cult to transport milk , at a great dis
tance from other farmers engagad In
keeping cows , or where it is hard to
procure a supply of butter and cheese
from * he localities where they are made
in factories. Even in these places it
would seem to be batter to limit the
manufacture of butter and cheese to
.tho amount required for homo con
sumption , and to take aleps toward
the establishment of butter and cheese
factories constructed on the most ap
proved plans. If a person lives in a
good dairy region it will not require
much argument to conviuce tbe farm *
era in the vicinity that it is to their
advantage to make the production of
butter their leading business. Statis
tics gathered from this and nearly
every ether country in Europe show
that in a good dairy region the pro
duction of milk is far more profitable
than the production of grain or of any
other crop that can be raised on the
soil.
soil.About
About three years' time will be re
quired to convert a farm that has
been devoted to the production of
corn , grain , and potatoes into the
proper condition to produce milk.
Most of tha land that has been under
cultivation must be seeded down to
grass that will be suitable for hay or
pasturage. Bogs must be drained ,
and an outlet provided for stagnant
water wherever it may exist. Wells
must be dug and supplied with means
of raising the water in them , or else
an ample supply must be obtained
from springs and streams. The stock
on the farm mutt also be changed.
The hot s , shc&p , feed-cattle , and most
of thehorses must be worked off anC
their places supplied with milk cows.
To raiae a good herd of cows will re-
qnire at least three yearn. Buildings
will then be required in keeping
them. It is not practical , or at least
it is not economical , to make these
chabges suddenly. The plan should
be adopted and the changes made ao
that they will involve as little less as
possible. The stock should be chau d
without loss on their value.
When farmers owning from 300 to
660 cows , and living within a con
venient distance of each other , will
agree to unite in bringing' their milk
to one placu to be manufactured into
butter and cheese , there will 4be no
great trouble in securing the erection
of a factory , with all the needed
machinery and fixtures. The manu
facture of butter and cheese by im-
oroved methods has now become a
settled business , and there are per
sona , possessed of skill and capital ,
who are ready to engage in it at such
places as will supply s sufficient quan
tity of milk to Insure the success of
the enterprise. Before they will erect
and fit up a factory , howtver , they
will require , a pledge on the part of-tho
farmers in the vicinity to furnish for a
term of years the milk of a certain ,
number of cows. This pledge , or
agreement , is necessary to protect the
proprietor of the factory against loss ,
as his building would be of compara
tively little value for other purposes
than the ono for which it is designed.
Free ot Cost.
DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVEHY fo
Consumption , Coughs and Colds
Asthma , Bronchitis , etc. , Is given
away in trial bottlea free of cost to
the afflicted. If you have a bad
cough , cold , difficulty of breathing ,
hoarseness or any affection of the
throat or lungs by all means give this
wonderful remedy , a trial. As you
value your existence you cannot
afford to let this opportunity pass.
We could not afford , and would not
give thti remedy away unless we
knew it would accomplish what we
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless
cases have already been completely
cured by it. There is no medicine in
the world that will cure one-half the
cases that DR. KINO'S NEW DISCOVERY
will cure. For sale by
" (6) ( ) JAMES K. Isu , Omaha.
Eacuen'b Arnica Suivo
The BEST SALVE in the world for
Cats , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt
Rheum- Fever Soree , Tetter , Chapp
ed Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
Is guaranteed to glvo perfect satlafac-
tlod in every catia or taouoy re funded ,
Price 25 osnts per box. Kur ealo by
8dly ? ah & MoWahon. Omaha.
HAMBURG AEJERIG N PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line 01 Steamships
Leaving New York Every Thursday at 2 p. m.
Fa"
England , Prance and Germany.
fet Paauja apply to
G. 8. RICHARD & GO ,
P&sseno Agentg ,
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
AKD
St , Paul & Sioux City
RAILROADS.
The Old Reliable Sioux City Jfcmfe /
100 AIILE8 SHORTEST ROUTE 1
From COUNCIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
And ill points in Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. This Una is equipped with tha Im.
proved Woutlnghonse Automatic Air Brakoe and
Miller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
U onimrp&ased. Elegant Drawing Boom nd
Bleeping Cira.ownod and controlled V the com
pany , run Through Without Change between
Union Pacific Transfer Depot. Council Bloffg.
and St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Padfio
Transfer Depot at Council Bluffs , at 5:15 p m. ,
reaching Sioux City at 10:20 p. ra. , and St. Pan !
at 115 a.m. , making
HOURS IK ADVAHOB or
AHT OTHER
Eerommr , leave St. Paul at 820 p. m. , ar-
rtvtar at Sioux City at MS s. m. . and "irJon
Pacific Tranfler D pot , Council BinSa , at 6:60
a. m. Bfl euro that your tickets read vU "S. C.
k P. R. R. ' P. C. HTLLB ,
Superintendent. Uiasouri Valley , Iowa
P. E. ROBINSON , Asrt Gen'l Pasa. Agent.
J. H. 0-BSYAH ,
and Ptwenger Acrnt ,
Council Bluff |
AGENTS WANTED FoB
CREATIVE SCIENCE
and Sexual Philosophy.
Profuselv illustrated. Thsraost important vi
best book published. 35ery family uantsiV.
Extraordinary inducements offered Agent * .
Adorns Aararrs' PciLunna Co , St. Louis , Mo.
do Yearsfiefore tliefuWie ,
THE CENU8ME
II YEK PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy ufor
all tbe ilia that flesh is heir to bijt in
affections of the Liver , and in all Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid ,
with the impression.HcLANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C. McLANE and FLEMING BKOS.
% SS Insist upon having the genuine
DR.C.MoLANE'S LIVER PILLS , pre
pared \yt
FLEMING BROS. , Pittsburgh , Ta. ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name JTc/ianc , spelled differently ,
but same 'Drontinciation-
H3W TO CURE
CONSUMPTION , COUGHS ,
Colds , Asthma , Croup ,
All diseases of the Throat , Lungaand
Pulmonary Organs. !
USEAOOOBDttGTO DIRECTIONS
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM ,
Pr p rcdfromHi' ' II tropical
ftultt Jj undpIanU.
Isthe Best and Most
Agreeable Preparation
in the World
For constipation. Biliousness ,
Headache , Torpid Liver , Hem-
orrlioidH , XndlHpOBitlon , and all
Disorders arlalnKr from an ob
structed state of the system.
LaJc : and children and those who dlsliko
taki.if ; pills aud nauseous medicines , are espe
cially pleased v , 1th its agreeable qualities.
TnOPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE may be used
in rll cases that need the old of a purgative ,
cathartic , or aperient medicine , and wtillo Itpro *
duccs the same result ta tbe agents named , it is
entirely trea from the usual objections common
to them. Pacicd'in bronzed tla bozei only.
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 6oc.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS.
0. F. Goo'mvn , Wholesale Agents , Omaha , Neb.
Ul A MTCn lx > aj Asrenta everywhere tosel
Wnll I bll Tea , Coffee , Baking Powder.
Flavoring Extracts , etc , by sample , to fomlllM ,
Proflt good. OutCs free. People's Tea Co. , EOT
2060. St. Louis. Mo.
O ? A'FTB
NO CHANGING CtRS
BEMWEES
OMAffAAED CHICAGO ,
Wne-e Direct concection ; are Hade With
Through Sleeping Oar Lines
TO
New York , Boston , Philadel
phia , Baltimore , ' Wash-
AND AUj EASTBEN ClTiES.
THE SHORT LINE
via PEORIA for
lndianapolisCincinnatiLouis-
ville.
AND ALT. POINTS W TDK
n BEST LINE FOR
ST. LOUIS ,
Where Direct Connections are made in the
UNION 1'EPGT ' wlih Through Sieopiag
Car Lines for all Point *
s o HCTTIS : .
The New Line for
3DIE3S
The Eavorite Route for
The unequaled Induceirenta offered by thia
Line to Travelers and TouriiU , are as follows :
The celebrated Pullman (16-whcel ( ) Palace Sleep
ing Cars , inn only on this Lino. C. , B. i 6.
Palace brawmg-lloom Cora , with Horton's Re
clining Ch ire No extra charge for Stats in
Reclining Chairs. The famous fi. . V , & Q. Palace
Binln ? Cars. Gorgeous Brooking Cars fitted
with Elegant Hizh-Backed Rattan Revolving
Chilrj for tbe exclusive use of flrst-claga pisaen-
gerg.
gerg.Steel Track and Superior Equipment , com :
Lined with their Great Through Car Arrange
ment , makes this , above all others , the favorite
Route to the East , South , and Sonth-Ejst.
Try it , and you will find traveling a luxury
DicaJ o ! i discomfort.
Through Tickets via thi ? Tele rated Line for
sale at all offices in the United Statcaand Canada.
A 11 Information aUut Rates of Fare , Sleeping
Car Accommodations , Tirao Tables , &a , will bo
cheerfully given by appl-ln" to
JAME3R.WOOD ,
General Passenger Agent , Chicago.
T. J. COTTER ,
General Manager , Chicago
la tha only Dhect Lint , to
ST. LOUIS AN8 > TIBS EAST ]
From OMAHA and the WEST. ]
Jo chtngo of cars betTreca Grnshi tnd El. I.oa'o ]
aud bat ono between Omaha uid New York. ]
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
]
Eastern & Western Wties j
With less charges end In advance of other linesi
This entire lisa U equipped with Pullman's1
Palace Sleeping Cars , Palace Da > Coach *
w.MlUcr'g Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
WeatlngbocN Alr-Brako.
OTSZS THAT YOUR TICKET BSADS'W
fTVlaKaniaa City , St. Joseph and'Ci J
rJoaand t.Lonis. W
Tickets for tale at all coupon stations in the
West.
J. F. BARNARD , A. 0. DAWE8 ,
Qcnl uupk. , .Oenl JE OOO. & Ticket Art
St. Josoob , lia St. Joseph , Mo ,
C. SEACHREST , Ticket Agen.1 1
ICSOFamhacs Street ,
ANDT BORDEN , A. B. BARNARD , 1
Pass. Ajfent.Omaha. Gen'rl Azent : Omaha. 1
HI. E. EISDON ,
General Insurance Agent ,
REPV
PHCESU-ASfOrut..v - vu. . J Lou *
don , Ciah Assets . 95,107,1 ! ]
* E3TCnfiSTERN.T. , Capital . l.OOO.OOJ
THE MERCHANTS , of Newark. N.J. . LOCC.OO
QIBARD nilEFhiladelpblaCapltxl. . l.OCC.COO
NORTHWESTERN NATlONALCap-
Ital . 600,000
FIREMEN'S FUND , California . 80000
BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCECo 1.200.0CO
NEVA tKFIRECJS. CO Asseta. . . . SoO.oCO
AMKRICAF CENTRAL , iSMta . 800 COO
S Bet Cor. of Fifteenth & IXrazlaa St.
OHAHA.NKB.
NOW IS YOUR TIME ?
Uml
$ .15000.oo
VALUABLE AND USEFUL PREMIUMS.
A Premium For Each. Subscriber.
As an inducement to the patrons of THE BEE who are in arrears lor their
subscriptions to square their accounts and secure the patronage of parties who
desire a fearless , and outspoken anti-monopoly paper , a staunch defender of
the rights and interests of the producing and industrial classes , an unwaver
ing advocate of cheap transportation by. the encouragement 01 competing
railroads , and the breaking down of pools , and the prohibition ot extortion ,
discrimination and favoritism by common carriers through appropriate legis
lation by Congress and the State Legislatures , a tried and true exponent of
Republican principles and an opponent of corruption in any party , the pub
lishers of THE BEE have decided to offer a list of Valuable Premiums which
are to be alloted and distributed among the subscribers who remit prior to the
18th of February , 1881-
FARM MACHINERY.
1 Ten Horse Po ver J. I. Case Agitator Separator with
horse power mounted on trucks , wagon for Separa
tor , and all fixtures complete $650 00
1 McCormick Harvester , with either Wire or Twine
Binder : 300 00
1 Elegant Side Bar Buggy 175 00
1 " " u u ( Mitchell , Lewis & Co. ) . . . . 165 00
1 Pour Ton Moliue Scale 100 00
1 Farm Wagon complete ( Caldwell ) 95 00
1 u ? l " ( Mitchell , Lewis & Co. ) 9000
1 No. 4 American Horse Power Double Grinding Mill
with Pulleys and all complete 90 00
1 No. 3 American Horse Power Double Grinding Mill
with Pulleys and all complete 75 00
1 No. 2 American Wind Mill Grinder " 50 00
1 Deere Rotary Corn Planter with Drill attachment. . 65 00
1 Deere Rotary Corn Planter 55 00
1 Moliue Corn Planter. 50 00
1 Spring Stack Gaiter 50 00
3 Wind Mills ( standard makes ) @ § 85 255 00
1 Gilpiu Sulky Plow 65 00
1 Taylor One Horse Power 50 00
1 Deere Cultivator " . 31 00
9 Fourteen Inch Beam Plows @ $20 280 00
1 Twelve Inch Breaking Plow 26 00
3 Sets Harness @ § 45 135 00
5 Family Scales @ § 10 50 00
20 Doz. Steel Tooth Rakes. ( Greenwich MTg Co. , Ohio 80 00
2 Patent Farm Churns @ § 10 20 00
1 Horse Hay Sweep , ( Henry Grebe's make , Omaha , ) . . 20 00
1 Corn Stalk Raker , " u " " . . 16 00
1 Six Hundred Pound Platform Scale 35 00
20 Cases Axle Grease @ § 5 100 00
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
1 GrandPiano $500 00
1 Parlor Organ 160 00
1 " " 110 00
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
6 Singer Sewing Machines @ § 60 § 360 00
6 Sewing Machines ( standard makes ) @ § 50 30000
2 Base Burner Hard Coal Stoves @ § 40 . . 80 00
2 Cook Stoves @ § 40 : 80 00
6 Lounges @ § 25 150 00
5 Easy Chairs @ § 15 . " 60 00
20 Bolts Lonsdale Muslin 100 00
200 Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs in half dozen lots 400 00
300 Silk Handkerchiefs v 300 00
REAL ESTATE.
40 Acre Farm within five miles of the City of Grand
Island , Nebraska , ( seedescription elsewhere , ) . . . . § 320 00
SCHOLARSHIPS.
1 Life Scholarship St. Joseph Business College § 50 00
1 Life Scholarship Denver Business College 50 00
1 Life Scholarship Great Western Business College
Omaha 50 00
WATCHES.
1 Gold Watch Hunting Case § 85 00
1 " " " ' ' ( Ladies ) 75 00
12 Silver Watches Hunting Case ® § 30 36000
12 " " " " @ § 20 24000
SILVERWARE.
10 Sets Silver Plated Knives ( Rogers Bros , make ) § 120 00
6 Sets Silver Plated Table Spoons ( Rogers Bros.
make ) ? 9000
4 Silver Plated Cake Baskets ( Rogers Bros. make ) . . . . 60 00
6 Sets Silver Plated Forks ( Rogers Bros , make ) 60 00
1 Silver Tea Set Six Pieces ( Rogers Bros , make ) 90 00
6 Sets Silver Plated Tea Spoons ( Rogers Bros. make ) . . 36 00
6 Silver Plated Butter Dishes ( Rogers Bros , make ) . . . 9000
SPORTSMENS ARTICLES.
2 Breach Loading Shot Guns @ § 35 § 70 00
1 Breach Loading Rifle 50 00
15 Revolvers @ § 10 150 00
200 Pocket Scales.- 200 00
JEWELRY *
12 Roll Plate Gold Vest Chains . § 150 00
12 SilverVest Chains 60 00
5 Sets GoldJewelry 5000
6 Plain Gold Band Rings 30 00
5 Pair Gold Cuff Buttons 30 00
5 Gold Collar Buttons 15 00
BOOKS. MAPS , ENGRAVINGS.
200 Literature Art and Song @ § 5 § 1000 00
50 Household and Farm Cyclopedia 250 00
10 Webster's Dictionaries 110 00
2 Sets Schillers'Works complete , handsomely bound
and translated from the German 20 00
2 Sets Chambers' Encyclopedia 70 00
2 Sets Cooper Novels 70 00
4 Sets Waverly Novels 60 00
4 Sets Dickens'Works 80 00
1200 Standard American Novels 1200 00
1100 Standard British Novels 1100 00
1025 Moore's Poems 1025 00
50 Shakspeare's Works 50 00
50 Milton's Works 50 00
50 Byron's Works 60 00
50 Campbell's Works 50 00
50 Hemau's Works 50 00
50 Herbert's Works 50 00
50 Scott's Works 5C 00
50 Pope's Works 50 00
100 Tennyson's Poems 100 00
125 Wordsworth's Poems 125 00
300 Pocket Maps of the United States ( cloth bound ) . . 300 00
500 R. R. Maps of the United States with Map of
N. W. States on Reverse Side 1000 00
500 Fine Engravings 500 00
ADDITIONAL PREMIUMS. .
. FROM LEWIS & SONS HEADER FACTORY , HASTINGS , NEB.
1 of the celebrated Lewis Headers complete ready for work. . § 300 00
This machine stands at the head'of the Header family , and
is a splendid prize.
FKOM THE KANSAS WAGON MANUFACT'NG Co. , LEAVENWORTH. KAN.
1 of the celebrated Caldwell Wagons complete with top , box
and extra finish § 100 00
FROM MORRISON BROS. , FT. MADISON , IOWA.
1 IG-inch Sulky or Riding Plow § 65 00
114-inch Steel Beam Plow 23 00
1 Walking Cultivator 30 00
IRoad Scraper 12 00
DEER & MANSUR & Co. , MOLINE , ILL.
1 Deer Rotaiy Drop Corn Planter 60 00
1 Moline Rotary Drop Corn Planter 50 00
1 Deer Rotary Drop Corn Planter with drill attachment 70 00
1 Moline Spring Stalk Cutter 50 00
FROM PORTER'S IRON ROOFING Co. , CINCINNATI , Omo.
1,100 feet of Porter's Iron Ropfiing 60 00
FROiiMiLLARD , MASON & Co. , PAINT WORKS , BURLINGTON , IA.
10 Gallons Western Enamel Paint 20 00
10 Gallons C. B. & Q. R. R. Paint 20 00
10 Gallons Hawkeye Cottage Paint 20 00
15 Gallons Barn Paint 25 00
These are the best paints known to the trade.
FROM THE VANDIVER & QOINOY CORN PLANTER WORKS , QUINCY , ILL.
Barlow Planter with drill attachment 80 00
Barlow Planter. . . . . ' 60 00
Quincy Planter , . 55 00
FROM GEO. W. BROWN & Co. , PLANTER WORKS , GALESBURG , ILL.
of Geo. W. Brown's Adjustable Planters , combined with
Check and Drill Attachment 90 00
This planter can be set for different width of rows ,
1 of Geo. W. Brown's Favorite Walking Cultivators 35 00
FROM BORDEN , SELLECK & Co. , CHICAGO , ILL.
1 of the celebrated 4-ton Improved House. Hay or Stock
Scales 165 00
FROM L. W. NOYS' FACTORY , CHICAGO , ILL.
2 of the Noys'Feed Mills , $10 00 each 2000
. FROM THE THORN IRON HEDGE Co. , CHICAGO , ILL.
1 lot , 375 Ibs. , Painted Wire 50 00
1 lot , 335 Ibs. . Galvanized Wiw 50 OOi
MANUFACTURING Co. , MARSEILLES , ILL.
, with 7-foot Elevator , pony power , jack ' drive
belt , and everything complete . 30 QQ
1 Marseilles Corn Stalk Cutter "
, . , . ! ! 50 00
FROM SHUGART IMPLEMENT Co. , COUNCIL BLUF : . , IOWA "
1 Walking Cultivator . . ' 25 QQ
FROM THE TAYLOR HORSE POWER Co , , CHICAGO , ILL'
1 One-Horse Power
heavy - 55 00
1,000 Best American Novels . ' . § j 500 QQ
Total § 20,000 00
The distribution ot these premiums will take place on the 22d of February
iSSi. All articles thatcan be sent byma.il will be forwarded postpaid to the
subscriber's-address. Articles to be shipped by express or freight will be for
warded to their destination with freight pa3'able by the consignee.
The of THE WEEKLY BEE is
subscription price Two Dollar : per annum.
Direct jour remittances to THE OMAHA PUBLISHING Co. by money order
or registered letter , -who will forward a numbered premium receipt which will
be registered in a premium bock. Each remittance should also give explicit
direction as to post office address. Parties to whom articles are allotted that
are too bulky for mail will be notified and requested to give directions how i
and when shipment is to be made.
The distribution will be made , without discrimination or favoritism , through
a committee selected by the subscribers present at the time the award is made.
All we aim at in this scheme is to collect our back dues and secure prepay-
mentsfor thecomingyearandtoextend our circulation over a greater territory
OMAHA PUBLISHING CO. ,
OMAHA. NEB.
KIDNEGEN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for Weaker
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy , Bright's Disease , Loss of Energy ,
Nervous Debility , or any Obstructions arising from Kidney or
Bladder Diseases. Also for Yellow Fever Blood and Kidney
Poisoning , in infected malarial sections.
rBjr UIB distillation ol FOHE3T LEAF with JTJHIPKR BERRIES and BABUCT MALT we hav
discovered KIDN EG EN , which acUepeclfloillr on the Kidneys and Urinary Orpin ? , removing Injurious
dcpoilta formed in the bladder and preventing any stralnlaj , smarting jensatioD heat 01 irritation
in the membranous Heine of the ducts or water pinage. It exclUs a healthy ection in the Sidneys
glvin ; them itrength , vi or anil restoring thoce organs to a h althy condition , ihowing Ita effect *
on both the color and easy Sow of urine. It can be taken at all timed , in all climates and ondenll
circumstances without Injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difflcaliiei
It has aver ? pleasant and agreoibl * taste and flavor. It has been difficult to make a preparattoa
containing positive dlumlc properties whlch-wlll not nauseate , bnt be acceptable to the stomach
Before taking any Llvei medicine , try a bottle of KTDNEQEN to CLiSiNSE the KIDNEYS from
foul matter. Try it and yon will always usd t ns a family med/dne. Ladies especially will Uks it
an d Gentlemen will find KIDNEQEN the best Kidney Tonic ever used !
NOTICE Each bott'e bears the signature of LAWRENCE & MARTIN , also a Proprietary Govtrn
ment Stamp , which permits KIDNKOEN to be sold ( without Ucenie ; by Droffgista , Grocers and
Other Persons everywhere.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
If not found at your Druggist * orOrocera , we will send a bottle prepaid to the nearest express
offlce to yon
LAWRENCE & MARTIN , Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DETJGGISTS , GEOCEES and DEALEES everywhere
Wholesale agents In Omaha , 9TEELE , JOHNSON & CO. , will supply the trade at manttfactct
prices.
THIS NEW'AKD CORRECT MAP
' ? * - Proves beyond any reasonable question that the -
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'Y
Is by all odds the best road for you to take when traveling In either direction between ' "
Chicago and all of the Principal Points in the West , North and Northwest'
Carefully examine this Map. The Principal Cities of the West and Northwest are Stations
on this road. Ita through trains make close connections with the trains of all railroads aS
Junction points.
THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY ,
Over all of Its principal Hnw , runs each way dally from two to four or mow FastEzpnas
Trains. It is the only road west of Chicago that uses the - - * . -
PUT.T.TVTAW-HOTEL DINING
" 31UUX jjiiy. J or.Nenra3ka ; Yankton IJne. " "Chicago , St. Paul and Minneapolis Line.
" fv Hin ° l3' Freeport & Dubuque Line. " "Milwaukee. GreenBay& Lake Superior Line. "
Tickets over this road are sold by all Coupon Ticket Agents to tlio United States and
Canmias.
Remember to ask for Tickets via this road.bo sure they read overltand take none other.
ilABYIX nnGHITT , Gen'l Manager , Chicago , v * Vf. B. STESaEIT , Geal Pass. Agent , Chicago.
HARRY P. DDEU Tkkt Aeent C. &N. W. Railway , 14th ndty rnb m Stretts.
1) . E KIMBALL , Aa leUntTicket Aeent C & X. W. Hallway , 11th and Farnbam Street * .
J. BELL , Tirkot Asent C. 4 K. W. Railway , C. P. R. R. Depot.
JABilKS T. CLARK General Agent.
FURNSTORE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
And Everything pertaining to the Furniture end
Upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
JPRZOIES.
S3JOLAV
1268 and 1210 Farnliam Street.
E > ti rood tb t&i .
THE COLOMBO
BUSINESS COLLEGE
This institution , located at Denver , Colorado ,
the Educational and Commercial center ot the
West , Ia pre-eminently the beat and most practl *
cal of 1U kind for the , '
MERCANTILE TRAINING
-OF-
Young Men and Ladies.
G. W. FOSTER , Pissldent ,
D. W. OADY , Secrstaiy
Tee moat extensive , thorough and complete
nstltatlon ot the Und in the world. Thousand !
ot accountants and Engines men , Ia tha prtn >
dpal dties and towns o ( the United States , OW9
their raccsaa to onr coarse ot training.
The JJidit Kind of Education for
Young Men and ladies.
Bine , new brick block , at Junction ol thre
treat car lines. Elegantly fitted and tornUhed
apartment * or tha application of and carrying
oat of oar novel and gr > t mstlc method ! of
BUSINESS TRAINING.
Yoocg men who contemplate a business lift ,
and parents bavin ? eocs to educate , are particu
larly requested to send for our n w. Circular ,
which will give full Information M to teraj ,
ondition of entrance , etc. Address
G , W. POSTER , President ,
Sea Denver Colorado.
DR. BOSANKO'S
PILE REMEDY.
INTERNAL , EXTERNAL , AND
ITCftlNG PILES
rltld cafe on lb pplto t a of 81
film
Ibc Tomoo ,
DO NOT DELAY
rtU toe dnUa OB tb
TRY IT LOURED
PRICE , 50 CZHTS.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT ,
Till scad It , prepaid , on receipt offyrfa *
r. Bouuiko'B TmtlM oa Pile * MM * tfm
ra application. Addrrw
10RBOSANKOMEOGN ) ! G&
PIQUA.O.
_ C. F. OOOMAW Agent. Omaha" ' i
rd y a : homeSampw e *
free. AddreM SUuon * Oa
Portland , Mo.
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