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OMAHA DAJLLiT BEE SATUUDAV , JUNE 7 , 188-i-
R. Eice B , D.
f o'n" ' tumors removal wlthontlhs
knife or drawlns ot blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES
Orer thirty je rslprnctlcM expoiltnfa Offlo * No.
6 IVnrl street , Council Bluffs
W.R.VAUCHAfti.
Justice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Uonnoil Bluftr.
estate colloo Ion ascni OUKot'jv
ST , LOUIS PAPER WAREHOUSE ,
Graham Paper Co. ,
117 and 219 North Main St , St. touti.
VfHOLE3AIjK DEAtKllS LS
BOOK , ) ( WRITING
NKWS' ; iwiiAi. < i > iNo
KMVKLoriwcAnD BOARD ASD
POINTER'S STOCK
CjTCath paid for Hazs of al
Nebraska Cornice
-AND-
MANUFACTUllEOa OF
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
DOoi'ixxor "VA/'i3aLc3.OT7 7-i3 f
FINIALS , WINDOW GAPS ,
TIN , IRON AND SLATE ROOFING ,
PATENT METALKJ SKYLIQHT ,
I v o n Fencing !
Crcstlnirs , llalnstradcs , Verandas , Oluco and Dank
ItalllnsB , Window and Cellar fluanls , Kto.
COU 0. ANDfith STHKKT , LINCOLN NKB.
ALONG THE LINE OK THE
Chicago , St , Paul , Minneapolis and
OMAHA RAILWAY.
The now extension ot thla line from \VakcDold up
Iho
BEAUTIFUL VALLEY of the GAN
through Concord nnd Coleridge
Roaches the boat portion of the State , Special ox.
curslon rates for land trckcrs o\cr this line to
Vt'njne , Norfolk and Hartlngton , and \ta Blair to all
principal polr.ta on the
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC RAILROAD
Trilns orer tht 0. , Ht. 1' . U , & O. Railway to Cov
ngton , Sioux City , I'onKk , Ilartlngton , Wayne and
Norfolk ,
Ooxx.xa.oot
f or Fremont , OaUda c , Nell h , and through to Val
entino.
jtiTFor rates and all Information call on
F , P. WHITNEY , General Agent.
HE BRUNSWICK , 1BALKE , COL-
LENDER COMPANY ,
[ SUCCESSORS TO THE J. M. B. & . Ii CO. ]
m
THE MONARCH
The molt extensive manufacturers of
IN THE WORLD.
609 S. Tenth Street , . OJIAHA , NEB
\ ( fjTI'rices of Billiril and Pool Tables and materials ,
furnished on application.
BRUNSWICK & GO.
Billiard , Ball Pool , Carom ,
AND ALI. OTHKR OAMINQ TA11LKS. TEN 1'IN
HALLS , CHECKS , CTC.
18 South 3d Street , St. Louis , 411 Delaware Strict
Kansas Citj.Mo. , 1321 Douglau St. Omaha , Nc.h.
1IENEY I10RNCEIIGER ,
Agent.
Write for Catalogues and Price Lists.
QUAY'S Sl'ECIKIO HIEUICINKS.
TSIADE MARK IIRUKKAT rjvu.rirlJE MARK
Lisii RKMBDT. An
unfailing euro for
Semtrjal Weak.
1 ne8aSpcrniatorr.
haia , Irnnotcncy ,
ind all Diseases
that follow as a
sequence of Self
Abuse ; & 3loss of
v. Unl\
In the Back , Dimness of Vision , I'reina
and aiiny other diseases that load to Ins
sumption and a Premature Griu a ,
UswARROf advertisements to refund m'jney , ft her
druggists from whom the medicine Is bour I do not
refund , but refer you to the manufacturers , and the
requirements are such that they are seldom , if ever ,
complied with. See theirwrlttenguarantoe , A trial
of one single package of Gray's Specific will convince
the most skeptical of ita real merits.
On account ol counterfeiters , we bare adopted the
Yellow Wrapper ; the only genuine.
xarFull particulars In our pamphlet , which wede
sire to send free by mall to every ono , fjTho Bpe
clflc Medl me is sold by all druggist * at 81 per pack
age , or six packages for V , or will be sent free by
mall on the receipt of the money , by addressing
TIIK ORAYMKDICINECO , , UuBalo , NV Y ,
cold n Omaha I J. * < . ly lOtni
° 'the Ofneratlve Organi
quickly cured by the
CIVIALK HirrUOI ) . Adopted In all the HOSI'lTAI
OPFRANCB. 1'rompt return of VIGOR. Slmnli
coses , | 3 to tO Severe ones , (3 to $12. PampLlc
Free. Civlale Remedial Agcno , 16C Kulton bt. , New
York.
IMPROVED
SOFT
ELASTIC SECTION
CORSET
It warranted to wear longer , fl
ithe form neater , an4 rtvo bell *
'f ' U f cllon than any other Carte ,
in the market , or price paid irl
be refunded The Indorsements o
Chicago's belt pliydclap : , accop-
itnir * cb Conct. Price , Brit fateeu Jinn , Jfwl a
Ktfal Id. SI r.n 4 > k ruurmorcJuntfortbi-ni.
uiTnscjni.il , . J < ) Krn A oc-t
ui clurer , i
J. H. F. LEHMA.NN & 00
DISEASES OF THE
EYE & EAR
J , T. ARMSTRONG , M. D. ,
Ooi3.1J.att : o.xx
Until offices are repaired from result ot fire , offl
with Dr. Parker , Iloom 6 , Cielgbton IllocJc I5th
ud Dougaolntr eet&
COD SIMS. B. P. CADWBLti
SIMS A. CADVVEUL ,
Attorneys-at-Law ,
COUNCIL nujFFs , IOWA
Oftlce , Main Strwt. Rooms 1 and Shnsatt k Mo-
ahon' Block , Will practlco In State and eJcril
iurt
ISIS Douglas Slroot ,
.UCTION AND COMBINATION
old daily on Uaso Hall Games , Horse
Racing and all Sporting Events.
ISt fc ItASTKRSON ,
I'roprletori.
TII3E3
11AS NO SUPEH10H.
lie Steck is a Durable Piano ,
HI STKCK HAS SINGING QfAWTY 01' TONS
rOUNl ) IN NO OTIIiU : 1'IANO.
SOU ) ONLY I1Y
WOODBRID6-E BROS , ,
OMAHA MI
. SCHEUEEMANN , M. D ,
I'.KOULAU GERMAN
Honieopathio 3hysioian.
SPECIALIST OF
WOMEN , CHILDREN & CUIIONIO DISEASES.
Uour9-At Ro IJonco , No. 1443 8. 10th Street , till
a. m. , and after 3 p. m. Hours At otllce , No. US
ml 105 B. 15th Bt , Room 7from 10 a. m.toSp. in.
N.U. Tlio Tape'.Vorin will bo rcm > ed , w thout
nr. In ttmn ot from 2 to S bourn.
JAS , H. PEABOUY M , u.
EYSICIAS &
Rcstdonco , No.,1407 Jones St , O'llce ' , No. ISO
arnatn street O lice IIOUM 12 m. to 1 p. m. , an
t m Tiilonliinn tor oll.'O 97 H Hnco
W. H. HANCHETT , M. D. ,
HOMEOPATHIST.
TELEl'HONENO. 101.
Ofllco Rooms 1 and 2 Jacob'n Dlock , 15th St. and
! apltol A\e , RcsiJeucc , 20J2 St. Mnrj'n A\c.
MCCARTHY & BURKS ,
18 14TH STREET. BET. FARNAIW
AND DOUGLAS.
DREXEL & HAUL ,
(3DCOESSORS ( TO JOHN G. JACOBS )
UNDERTAKERS !
the old stand 1417 I arnam street. Orders by tclo
'taph ' Rollcltcd and promptly attentcd to.
H , K , BUEKET
QIRECIOR AND EMBALMER
111 North 10th Street Omaha
CHARLES RIEWE ,
UNDERTAKER ,
AND DEALER IN
Melalic Cases , Coffins , Caskets , Shrouds ,
CTC. , ETC. ,
000 Farnam St. , - OMAHA , NEB
'clegraphlo orders promptly attended to. Coroner
office. Tcla hone No. 821.
OP. SKINT
MANUFACTURER OF
rVINDOW CAPS , FINIALS , ETC.
3L3tlx JSStroot ,
MAHA . NIUJR SKA
WITH
I
A.nd year work is done for all time
to time to come.
WE CHALLENGE
le World
o produce a more durable material
for street pavement than the
Sioux Falls Granite.
FOR ANY AMOUNT OVen
I
on
MACADAM
filled promptly. Samples sent and
estimates given upon application.
WM.MoBAIN & CO. ,
Sioux Falls , Dakota ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NKWS.
BRUTAL TREATMENT ,
Alt InoiToiisKo Gcrinnii Slnuleil 1'or
Cross Iho Union
Ycatonlny about noon n young innn
fouiul his vny into police hcndqu.ittors
holding his hiuitls on to the sides of his
head , groaning and crying and talcing on
in Gorinan. An interpreter vrns soon
secured , nnd through him ho told liis
story , vlu'ch wns to the effect that his name
wns Carl llimuth , and ho had been in this
country only two months. Ho had been
working on the railway , and yesterday
started for Omnha , in his simplicity and
ignorance , starting across the Union
Pacific brldgo on foot , not knowing that
it was not allowed by the company , On
getting moro than half-way across the
bridge , ho said ono of the watchmen
came upon him. Ho could not understand
what the man snid to him , but ho knows
that the man grabbed him by the hair
of the head and shoved him up against
the iron side of the bridge , and after
shaking him up and bumping his head ,
knocked him down. As ho gathered
himself up again ho says the follow
kicked him several times , nnd then
knocked him down again , llo was then
in so dnsrod and semi-conscious condition
that ho could not remember clearly what
was done , except that when ho como to
ho found himself on the dummy train.
Ho was brought back to this side on the
train , and was turned over to the struct
car conductor who brought him up town.
According to the poor follow'a story ho
was the victim of mostbrntal treatment.
His head bore marks of being pretty so-
\erolybumpodorstruck and tlioro ap
peared no excuse for using a man so
roughly. It is no crime to attempt to
cross the U. P. bridge on foot , oven for a
man who knows the rule , much less for
ajforoignor ignorant of the language nnd
customs of the country , and it is to bo
hoped that the fact ? , all the facts , will bo
brought out , and if it is one-tenth as bad
as represented by the Gorman the watch
man trho thus misused him should bo
dealt with most sovoroly.
Yesterday afternoon Oflicor Bates was
sent down to the bridge to look _ up the
watchman , who -was charged with such
inhumanity. Hates walked nearly
across the bridge before mootlnghis man ,
and was then asked in a surly manner if
ho had a pass. The ollicor replied that
ho had none , but explained his mission ,
and the watchman very officiously _ re
plied " 1 wont answer your question ,
We're running this bridgo. "
As there was doubt as to whether the
assault took place on the Iowa
end of the bridge or the Nebraska end ,
and the man promised to como up to po
lice headquarters , the cllicors loft. Later
in the afternoon ho appeared before Jus-
lice Vaughn and gave bonds Cor his ap
pearance this afternoon. The only ex
planation hoard thus far is that the Gor
man laid down on the bridge and refused
to go along , but oven this seems no excuse -
cuso for such a thumping as ho rocnived.
The watchman gave his name as John
Pearson. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ARE YOU GOING TO JEUKOPE ?
In another column will bo found the an
nouncomout of Messrs. THOS. COOK & SON
Tourist Agents , 201 Broadway , Now York ,
relative to the very complete arrangements
they have made for tours in Europs the
coming Spring nnd Summer. "Cook's Excur
sionist , " containing inapa and full particulars ,
will be mailed to any address on. receipt of 10
cent
SHE TOOIC IT POIl A. BUSTLE.
AVIint CnmoofNot Knowing the Vso
ot a Catcher' * JVifcek.
Chicago Nows.
A very pretty , modest young woman
came shyly into "Uawloy'a" yesterday.
Approaching Henry nho pointed to i
base-ball cntchor'u mask in .tho show
window , and with a domi-blush , timidly
said : "Pleaao lot mo examine that. "
"Certainly , " beamed gallant Henry.
Then ho extricated the mask from among
the other base-ball goods , while ho whis
pered to a Cincinnati Coinmcrcial-Gazotto
reporter : "Ono of the fenmlo nine , euro
as I'm a sinner didn't know they wore
in town. "
J'ho young lady turned the mask
around gingerly in her daintily gloved
hands ; examined it ciitically , and aakcd ,
with a port , upward glance : "Isn't it
rather short ? "
"Oh , no they como in that aizo al-
waya , " smiled the blonde chief clerk.
"I never saw ono made exactly like
this before now invention I suppose ? "
ventured aho.
"Oh , my , no ; boon in use three years
at bast , " said Henry.
"Indeed ! IIow strange. Do you think
they are better than these made of whale
bone ? "
"Undoubtedly , " was the ready reply ,
though ho mentally asked : Who overheard
hoard of a wlialpbono mask !
"And the stringej , " enid BOO turning i
around.
"Strings ? " ochoodUonry In perplexity
"That is the straps the fastcnera
how dooa ono keep them on ? "
"Let mo show you , " said Henry reaching -
ing for it.
"Oh , don't trouble yourself , " cried
aho with a half scream , and then oho
turned palo aa death , while Henry took
the mask into hia hands ,
Aa ho stood loosening the strap preparatory
paratory to adjusting the nfMr , the CUB
toinor Boomed paralyzed wlthdoop emotion
and on the verge of a dead feint. But
when Henry pulled the mask ever his
face her color returned. She gasped foi
breath , opened trido her eyes , and pan
ted ;
"Why , what in the world is it ? "
"Why , a base ball mask to bo sure ,
didn't you know ? " smiled Henry through
the wires.
"I no that la I thought it was a
oh , dear ! "
Her prostrate form was laid upon th
counter.
"Wot do Meyer.
It It now undisputed that "VVIo Die Moy
or'a Catarrh Ouro la the only troatmen
that will absolutely cure Catarrh fresh
Chronic , "Vory efficacious. Haml ( ioul
Weeding Water , Neb. " Ono box cured we
Mrs. Maty Kenyon , lilsmarck , Dakota , " "I
restored mo to tlio jmlplt , Kov. George K
llels , Coble\lllo , N. Y. " "Onn box rudlcftllj
cured me , Her. 0 , H. Tahlor , 140 Nobli
street , Brooklyn' " "A perfect cure after 3
years nufferlpg , J. D. McDonald , 710 ] Jroa <
way , N. Y. , &c. , &c , Thousands of tostlrno. .
nlals are received from all narU of the world I
Delivered , Sl.OO. Dr. Wcl Do Meyer's Ib.
luilrntcd Trentlo * , " with statement of
the cured , mailed free. D. Ii , Dewey & Co. ,
112 Fulton Street , N. Y
tuo-t.hun k aat-in&3otn
ABUNDANCE ABOVE GROUND ,
The Growing Wealth of Nebraska as
Shown by Iho Local Press ,
Fields of Corn null Small nialn In
Pine ComlUlon The Outlook
In IOWA ,
IIOVOLXS COU.NTV.
Reports from all parU of the state are
extremely favorable for a largo crop of
corn. In Douglas county the grain is all
above ground and is now being cultivated.
In a few cases where poor seed was used ,
second planting was necessary , The
stand of small grain gives promise of an
abundant crop. The weather generally
has boon favorable , though unusually
cool for the season , the absence of heavy
rains in the past six weeks guvo farmers
ample time to sow their crops.
ADAMS COUJJTV.
Hastings Democrat : Wo look a trip
out into the country the other day and
wore surprised at the appenranco of the
crops. Wo had hoard how the wotwoalh-
or had kept the farmers behind nlththeir
work , but wo found corn in many fields
about six inches high and ready for the
cultivator. The prospect for a rich har
vest ill Adams county this fall is ( Utter
ing.
1'AI.PAX COUNTY.
Schuylor Herald : "Thoro nonius
to bo moro than the usual
amount of complaint about the fail
ure of seed corn to grow. As near as
wo can learn nearly all vho \ used old
corn have olthor got n poor atand or an
entire failure. Wo hoard ono farmer say
that ho planted old corn thad buen thor-
oughlytested under a atovo and yet ho
would have to replant fifty neres. It is
very evident that corn may stand a good
teat in a hot-bod and yet prove a failure
when planted in the liold , espociully
uhon the weathorj ia cold and wot. It
seems that if farmers would take moro
pains in saving their sued it would bo la
bor well expended. "
HOLT COUNTV
O'Neill frontier : It is safe to say the
prospect for good crops in Holt county
wcro never so good as at this time. The
small grain is doing very fmo and the
corn is rsportod to bo an excellent utaud
everywhere. The fact cannot bo denied
if the crops are as good as the present
appearance would entitle us to expect ,
we will have the largest amount of grain
by 100 per cent than over before.
1IAKLAN COUNTY.
Orleans Press : Though the season
has boon somewhat backward in thb lie
publican valley this spring , yet the
warm rains and plenteous rains havosont
crops ahead beyond the utmost oxpocta
tions. Farmers all along the line are
daily reporting the nutlook for small
grain to bo the best on record. Corn is
going into the ground rapidly , and that
already planted ia coming up nicnly.
Some have begun cultivating and the
stand is placed as No , 1.
noum : COUNTY
The Fremont Tribune puts it this way
"At present writing corn ishumpin itself
as fast as it could bo expected to hump.1'
XIIAYUll COUNTY
Alexandria News : It is difficult tc
ascertain the rxact condition of the con :
crop of the country. Reports are very
conflicting and unsatisfactory. Some o
the fanners report a first-class stand
while ethers in the same neighborhood
are ro-planting. This scorn * to bo the
case in all parts of the country. The
difference is largely in the seed , as many
of these who are compelled to replant
are among our careful and successful far
niora. Thoao who selected with care
from their own crop of last year , are generally
orally satisfied with the result , while
these who wont to considerable expense
to aocuro seed are in trouble. Some
pieces are yet to bo planted , Sow
grain is in first-class condition.
C'Ol MY.
Columbus Journal : Nebraska farmers
are alive to the fact that this in a stock
state at present , adapted to mixed farm
ing. Indications show that chief cropi
hero thii yar will bo corn and oata
These are almost unfailing crops am'
while the norn will fatten the cattle ,
hogs and tmcop , the oats will make a
rich supply for all the young stock.
IIUUT COU'.NTY.
Lyons Mirror : The fruit prospect ii
the valley in very flattering. Nothing
lius Buffered by the Into frosts , so far awe
wo have learned , GUVO wild plums , and
very few Logan valley pcoplo pin nine !
of their hopes for prosperity on that crop
A largo amount of fruit , largo and small ,
was Hot out in this vicinity this spring ,
and the season BO far Imn been exception
ally favorable for its growth. There is
no reason why this should not bo an im
excelled fruit country , and it ia rapidly
taking that position , as you will BOO
you will but refresh your Jmomory upon
the awards at the atato fair last fall.
DAKOTA COUNTY ,
Northern Nebraska Journal : Farm
era are mostly through planting. Tlio _
regard this the beat apring , everything
considered , they have experienced fo :
years. Good crops are certain hence al
are jubilant.
CKDAll COUNTY.
Legan Valley Herald : Cedar count ;
small grain has not looked BO promisin
at this time of the year for the p&staovon
years as it does now.
FRUIT I'KOSl'KOTH.
Mr. J. n. Masters , of Otoo county
ono of the most oxtonslvo fruit ralsoJa ii
the utato , reports that the prospects fo :
an apple crop was never better than it i
now. Almost all of the varieties ari
blooming very full , and the trees are
usually healthy. Pears are in full bloorr
and the prospect is very good for a largi
crop to the amount of trees. Chorrio
are putting on their best colors , and
wo don't have a late frost wo shall .havo
a largo crop. Currants are in full bloom ,
and have tno appearance of giving us an
abundant yield. Strawberries are look
ing unusually -well. The minor and wild
geese plums are in full bloorn and prom
ise an abundant crop. There will bo no
poaches this year. The fruit buds wore
killed by the severe -winter , and many of
the old trees &ro dead from Iho same
cause.
IOWA CHOI'H.
Reports from several counties in Iowa
are favorablo. While a alight decreased
acreage ia reported , fanners feel confi
dent that the crop put In will prove a
largo ono and ono of the best rained in
Iowa for years. Every county thus far
reports native toed corn at being princi
pally used , and is considered bettor than
fair quality. While the corn crop prom
ises an abundant yield , small grains are
booming everywhere and never promised
bettor returns , There will bo more
fruit raised in Iowa during the present
year than in any year during the last
decade.
From OlmHund , Olilo.
Come * a loiter nlgnotl T. Walker ,
"Almut Mv monUn % ( ) 1 commmicoil Inking
HitntofH lltoixt Ilitttri for protracted ciwo of
Imnlt.teo nml L-onprnl dolmlty. nnd am now
l > lofiMi to ftUtoiiiMo recovered my nipotlto |
nnil wonted strength , Tcol hotter nltOKothrr' "
UIK1I01' IVIljIiIiVM TAYI.OH.
The ] I'lonccr Methodist MlHsltmrti jon -
on Thin
Sim Vranclsco Cnll.
The Rov. Willlim Taylor , who has
lately boon consecrated a Bishop of the
Methodist Kplscoptl Church , was for
many years a resident of tliii city. Ho
was the first Methodist missionary on this
const , having como hero as early as IS I ! ) .
There being no suitable edifice at that
for him In which to conduct service , Mr.
Taylor preached in the plaza and on the
atreota and soon came to bo known as
"Fathor Taylor , the street proachor. " As
a numionto of him and of that time , there
( till stands a lumber house on Mason
street , near Jackson , which the Bishop
built with his own hands , oven cutting
the lumber from the redwoods.
The emoluments cf the missionary are
small Mid the monthly stipend whicli Mr.
Taylor received was not BUlllciont to pro
vide for himself and family , and , deter
mined not to bo a burden upon his hear
ers or upon the church , ho applied
himself to literature , and has for these
many years never drawn a salary or taken
up a collection , but bus from his own
pocket paid all ilia oxpenoon. His field
of labor after leaving this city was in
foreign countries , working in the cause in
Australia , South Africa , Cejlonaud In
dia , whore , in 187 ( > , after four years'
labor , ho inaugurated the South India
conference.
For the past few years Bishop Taylor
has been in South Africa , where ho has
planted a dozen Bolf-auppprtidg colleges
and prepared a liold of missionary work
in all the largo cities of that continent.
His family are renidonls of Alamoda.
CONVINCING.
' 1 hn proof Jt the pudding is not In chawing
Iho Hiring , but in having an opportunity to
tout tlio article direct. Sclirolor & llocht , the
DiupgiHta , hnvo a free trial buttlo of Dr. llo-
ftankoi * Cough nuil l.ung Syrup for ouch nnd
ov ory ono uho In nllllcloil with Coughx , Colds
Asthmn , Consumption or any Lung Alloctioii
Tlio VnHtiiCHS o ! lionilon.
St. Jnmct ) Garotte ,
London has a population placing it on
a level with the third states , and almost
of the second. According to the return
of the rogiotration-goneral in 1881 , Lon
don proper had then a population of
; i,81i18 ( : ! souls ; and if the outer circle betaken
taken into account , "Groat London , " as
ho calls it , had a population of lViOil. ( ( ( !
Compare thcso figures with thoao aflbrd-
od by a few European stales and British
Holf-govorning colonies , and by Scotland
and Ireland. In round numbers , the
population of Sweden ia 4,100,000 ; of
Switzerland , 2,84 < ! ,000 ; of Holland , ! , -
17:3,000 : ; of Belgium , 5,520,000 : of Portugal
tugal , 4,100,000 ; of Denmark , 1,40',000 )
Ireland has 5,412,000 Bouls ; Scotland ,
11,725,800 ; the entire Dominion of Cana
da , 4,31(5,000 ( ; the Capo ( of all races ) , 1-
250,000 ; Victoria , 802,000 ; Now South
Wales , 7,51,000. If variety of situation
and social character bo necessary to
nation , London , in its eastern and west
ern portions , contains bodies of citizens
as different from each other as the Swiss
of the Gorman and the Swiss of the
French cantons ; aa the Belgium Flem
ings and the Belgium Walloons ; as the
Lowlaudors and the llifjlilnndora ol
Scotland. In wealth and commerce the
British metropolitan area stands far at
the head of all existing atatcu and com
munities with the exception of the Unit
ed States and Franco. London is the
bank of the world , its troasuro-houso and
its cloaring-liouao. This statement has
boon foolishly criticised , but it ia literally
trim. London ia also the emporium of
civilization. Of the fabuloua Diana of
commodities stored in iln warehouses ,
docks , and shipping , i. great portion belongs -
longs to mankind at largo ; and Ima been ;
consigned to what Ima hitherto boon con
sidered the securest spot in the world ,
and the spot least likely to bo invaded
by human frillies. London Ima further
ot late yearn become n munufacturing
city , very nearly of tlio first order. If
wo must compare London to any ono of
the smaller nUtos of Europe , it should
bo Belgium ; but the financial , indiiRtrial ,
and mercantile importance of Belgium
is not to bo nnmod in the aanio bioath
with that of the British metropolis.
IO.YOITKMIONT.
"What cannon the L'ro.it mull nt Schrotrrfc
Bocht'H Drug Ktoro1 The free distribution
of Humplu hiittloH of Dr. Bosanku'H Cough nnd
Lung Syrup , the moHt , popular rnmecly for
Cou 'lif , Coldx , CoiiHinnptloii and Brunclillln
now on Iho market. Kogular nl/o CO ccutu urn'
.00
Ib n thoooil Isaptlo show Itself In the spring , am
nature should by all means bu assisted In throwing I
off. Split's S [ > clflo docs this cdoctlvoly. It
pnrtly > ojrotablo , non jiol onous iciiolvwlilcli ) ( liclji
natuio to force all the poison or taint out througn
he porci cf thu ikln ,
Mr. Ilobert A. Kiuley , n [ Dlrtoon , Tcnn. , writes ,
unilci date March 10 1851 : "I had clillU nd ( cvei
followed by rliematliin , for thrtio joarn , HO that 1
wag not able to attend to rny himlnem : had tried !
moat ovwy kind ol inudlclno , and found no relief ,
A filoud iccommended Hullt'a Bpoclflu. Itrlrdonc
bottle Anil my health hoKan to Improve. 1 continued
until I hod taken klx liottlun , and It hai til mo on
iny foot , M sound and well a et or. I recommend I
lo all tlmllarly kflllcted. "
Lcttori from twenty-throe (23) ( ) of the leading retai :
dniKKtit * o' Atlanta , lay , under date of March lUtli ,
IBM : "We cll moro of Hwlft'i Specific than any
other one leuiedy , and three tu ton time * M much u
any othorlhlood medicine. Wo ecll It to all clu c > ,
and manvtof the hot families u o It 01 a
health tonic.
Our Treatlao on 111 cod and BklnDUcucs mailed free ,
TIIK SWIFT Hl'KCIKIO CO.
Drawer 8 , Atlanta , da ,
N Y. Ollloe , 1BSW.Z3 8L , bet Oth and 7th ayi
Western Cornice-Works
IRON AND BLATK ROOFING.
C. SPECHT , PROP ,
1111 Douglas Bt Omaha , Neb.
MANUFACTURER QT
Qalvanizea Iron Cornices
WTDormer Windows , Kintals , Tin , Iron and Rlato
UoollDg , Hpochfs liaritent Uutalllo bkvllKht , fateut
edJusted Hatchet rand Ilracket Bliclvlni , lain
the general agent for thu above line of KOOUS , Iron
Fencing , ( routings. Ualuntra < le < , Vraiidas , Iron Hank
Mailings , Window lillndi , Cellar aoards ; alu K
{ or 1'i'triou k Ulll'i I'atoot Ituli'c ' UUuu.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN OMAHA TO BUT
One of the Best and largest Stocks in the United States
to select from.
NO STAIRS TO OLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER ELEVATOR ,
RETIRED AMD THE INVALID
Will bring tlioni from their homos fo the Oporn ITouso , Postoflico
Hotels and Depots in
Giving UIOHI llio lulvnntiigo oC living on the tmburbim heights , with pure
iiir , beautiful shiulo trees nml Purka.iuro Spring \Vntor and Lakes ,
Groves and Scenery magnificent which cannot he equalled. This is a
AND A PA11ADISE FOR ALL , BIGHT AT HOME.
Tlio Syndicate have arranged with with the railroad companies for a
fine , attractive depot , where trains of the following roads will connect
and stop : Tlio Omaha Belt Line Railroad Line , The Union Pacific Rail
way , The Missouri Pacific Railway , The Onmlia and Republican Valley
Railroad , The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad m Nebraska and
the Chicago , Burlington and Quiiicy Railroad. All these trains will stop
nt the depot at the town site. Also at the Stock Yards.
Beautiful trees have been set out on the property and streets laid
out.
LOTS ABB NOW ON SALE
AT LOW PR8CES & EASY TERMS ,
al the Company's ollico , cor. of Uffcli nnd Douglas streets ,
over Ui * Omalin Savnig'H Bank.
A. UPTON ,
Assistant Secretary.
1024 North Eighteenth Street , Omnhn , "on Street Cor Linn.
WIIOLI'JALl ! AND UKTAIty
LubBr Lime , Lai , Boors , 1
Grades and pricea as creed and low as any in. the city. Please try me
The Finest Family Garden
IN THE CITY.
Music Every Evening , and
Saturdays , If tbe weather Is pleasant. An elegant iuuch will be served every morning , and the cholcet
Liquors and Cigars umitontly ou band. 8KNF & UAURKR , Proprietors
W . Hi-
IMPOllTKH , JOBBER AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENT OF
UJ.UIJIJ II Ul Ul JUUJLUJIMJ
lilTH ST. , BETWEEN FARNAM AND HAllNEY ,
OMAHA , - - - NEBRASKA.

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