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THE OMATFA DAILY JBEE : WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER U , 1881.
Tfotoi From Mill * County , lown.
Since my last letter from tins point
of the country , thoio 1ms been ninny
things to note which may prove inter
esting to the roadeis of Tin : JJiiR.
The republicans of this county hel
their convention hero last week , am
put n good ticket in the field. Oi
Saturday , the 10th inst. , the "people's
convention" was hold , nnd drew out n
largo crowd. llcsolutions wore
adopted urging a repeal of the laws
regulating the assessment of tolograpl
companies' properly within the state ,
n reduction of penalties on delinquent
taxci , the railroad commissioner law ,
and the law regulating fish , ways ,
etc. A strong ticket was put in nom
ination , which was made up of gootl
men from all parties. D. A. Furroll
( democrat ) , at present deputy sheriff ,
was nominated for sheriff by acclama
tion , as was J. S. Frazor ( republican )
for school suporitondont. Tlio con
vention was harmonious , and made
short work of the duties dependent
Next to politics , the coming county
fair , which begins on Wednesday , the
1 Ith , and continues thrco days , is up
permost in the minds of our people.
The society have been untiring in
their oll'orts to secure a good crowd
nnd representation of county products ,
To this end they have put their
grounds in fine condition , hung up n
largo sum for speed trial , nlso a line
list of special premiums. The have
arranged for reduced intcs on rail
roads , nnd did everything to make the
fair n success. Governor Gear will
address the people on Friday , the
IGth , nnd ought to provo a good card.
It is understood that n number of
Omaha horses will be hero. Come
Glonwood'a two now brick hotels
urn being pushed forward rut fast as
possible , and all classes of laboicrs nro
in demand. Many other business
blocks have been begun.
Quito nu important change
has taken pl.ico in the newspaper
business hero. 0. W. Sherman , who
has edited The Journal for nine years ,
has sold the daily and weekly ollico to
The Journal Printing company , who
will continue both papers. The pol
itics will bo democratic. T. W. Ivory
will bo the managing editor , and ns ho
is an ublo writer of experience and is
backed by plenty of money , with a
good subscription list to start with ,
and is situated in n town whoso busi
ness men are bclievora in advertising
liberally , the prospect is flattering.
While crop prospects nro not very
llattenng it is thought that the corn
crop of this county will r.vorago a two-
thirds yield Wheat will not average
much over five bushels to the acre.
The favorable news in regard to the
president is the cause of much re
joicing hoio and his speedy recovery
is hoped for.
llov. Dr. Sharp , who has made
many friends ns p.istor of the Con-
gi optional church , will soon remove
to another field of action , llov.
"Kcklos , of the M. E. church , will nlso
take liis departure in a few days for
Other interests have diverted the
minds of our capitalists horn the pro
posed building of n pork packing os-
tablUluncnt , but it is expected to bo
t'l v - * * 6vivod latorrin fclio season. " '
Our city council have made an or
dinance providing for the closing of
nil places of business on Sunday , nnd
it will go into effect from thin ( Into.
The fire limit ordinance is being
vigorously prosecuted , and causes
much kicking nnd complaints of fav
Pacific Junction , four miles from
lioro , lias got n building boom , and
iho little town is looking up
An employe of the Q. road drove n
livery horse to death n few days ago
while driving two lady friends nt Pa
cific Junction nnd gave up $80 of
his hard earned wealth in cense
Glpnwood has a base ball club which
she is proud of , After gaining easy
victories over Tabor , Corminc and
Hod Oak , they wont to DCS Moincs
and played the "Capital City" nine
during the state fair , boating them 18
to 4. They have challenged the At'
lantic club , which has boon doing eon
aidorablo blowing , but the latter docs
not seem to care to face the music. A
good game could bo arranged during
our fair if some good club would como
hero to play.
The subscribers to the DAILY BKE
are pleased with its full and frush reports
ports of nil news items , nnd its col
umns nro sought by many readers
who do not subscribe for it.
Parties frwm'abroad nro hero with
the intention of raising a stock com
pany to put ui > a first-class creamery ,
and the project promises to bo carried
to a Buccca.
Glonuood needs n system of some
kind to supply the city with water ,
and nn artesian well is talked of.
Our military company nro putting
in good time drilling , and expect ti
capture some of the prizes nt the
grand state muster this full.
Corn is now woith too much to bo
stored in a fpnco corner or in a pen
built with rails laid upon the ground.
The poorest apolouy for a building on
inost farms is the corn crib , though it
is duaigncd to hold the crop that re
quires half the labor expanded on the
farm to produce , It is often built of
old fence rails , with no covering but
etrow or cparso hay. There is no way
of protecting the contents against ruts ,
mice , nd other vermin , The floor
often inclines from both sides toward
the center , so that rain is held to in
jure the corn above it. Nothing connected
nocted with farm architecture de
mands more attention than the corn-
crib. County agricultural societies
would do well to offer premiums for
the best plans for corn-cribs. Farm
ers who liave had considerable expe
rience in storing corn could benefit
other fanners by giving the dimen
sions of cribs that aio most economi
cal to build , and which will aunwor all
the purposes for which they nro do-
eigncd. The loss of com from being
etorod in badly constructed cribs is
annually very largo. In some cases it
becomes wet , In others it heats and
moulds , and in utill others it is de
voured by vennin.
Gro < t Expectations For the
Boouo County Crops.
Outloolc For the Fnll Trndo nni
Political Noloi. , " '
Corre | K > nJoneo o ( Tlic H c.
jUmoK , 2jcb. , Sept. J2.-Bpono
sends grouting io licr sslor comi
tica in tlio fll.nto , niul clnims lo
have n better general avomgu of cropa
tlmu any otliorsoclion.
The Into heavy raiim liaVo put tlio
ground in splendid condition for fnl
plowing , mid farmers gcncrnlly nro
busy gutting tlio ground rundy for
spring crops. It is snfo lo conclude
that tlioro will bo nearly double the
iinount of fall plowing done in JJoone
county this fall over nny other year.
The now grist mill on the Cedar will
quito an addition to the mamifac-
.uring intcrosts of this flection , and
Hill supply along felt necessity of the
farmers of the western portion of the
Albion and St. Edwards are ( showing
a healthy activity in buainosi circles ,
and the merchants of each place are
uirchosini ; extensive stocks of goods
n anticipation of an unprecedented
The notion of the republican con
ral committee in calling our county
convention at so latu n date that it
would bo totally impossible for the
atato convention to como after it , lias
irousod the just indignation of every
loncst citizen of our county.
i is generally regarded as a
chcmo on the pare of Loran Olark
and John Potora , to throw the ap-
lointmont of a state delegation into
ho hands of Peters , chairman of the
ounty central committee , and thus to
iccuro , not only n U. P. delegation ,
mt also one which will throw power
nd prestige , " postoflices and plunder
nto the hands of thcso two schemers ,
vlio not daring .to como before a con-
OF TUB I'EOl'tB , i
iavo tlniB attempted to disfranchise
iio voters of Boone county.
At a mooting of the farmer's til-1
anco on Saturday last , at which thrco-
oiirths of the precincts of the county
ere fully represented the following
osolution was unanimously passed ,
nd cad i and ovary delegate present
> retested , in bo'mlf ' of the voters of
lis individual precinct , against the no-
ion of the majority of the central
" .Resolved , That the delegates of
liin meeting extend a cordial invita-
ion to the republican voters of Boone
onnty to mo-t in mass convention at
Albion , on Saturday , October 1st ,
881 , at 12 o'clock in. , sharp , for the
mrposo of electing five delegates to
oprcHont the republicans of Boone
ounty in the republican state convon-
ion , appointed to meet on October
Cth , 1881. "
Elder S. P. Bellman , treasurer of
Joono county , then introduced the
ollowing resolution , which was unan-
mously carried :
"Hesolvedj That in case the pres
ent central committee do not concede
o a mass convention of Iho ropubli
cah Voters of Boone county , the right
o elect delegates to tlio state
convention , then said moss convention
vill not only elect delegates , but will
vlso circulate petitions for tlio signa-
ures of nil republican voters of our
county asking the admission of our
delegates to the state convention. "
Never before in the history of our
country has there boon such general
ndignation , mid the masses of the
people are arising , as they did in the
: aso of Qeo. "W. Brown , to put down
ho attempt of Loran Clark to steal
ho state delegation. The ropub-
ieans of Boone the banner county
of the Sixth judicial district can
stand a peed dual , but when it comes
o complete disfranchisement , they
will not submit to it.
The Control Proxies.
The state central committee , at Its
ccont mooting , decided by vote that
; hey wore in favor of nny proxies
joing admitted for absent members ,
whether they wore residents of the
district or not , and by that moans
tjavo approved of a system that lias
ousted heretofore but without pro-
ct'dont , w hioh now is made a matter
with a precedent. The committee
could ill afford to take such action ,
and every member know it , but then
igain , if n Bohomo is to bo foisted on
; ho people , if the time and place of
sailing a convention nro of importance
io any ring or faction in the state ,
they go to work at once and secure a
dozen proxies from outside districts ,
and hold the controlling power in tlio
committee mooting. The precedent
thus established , makes every proxy
i thing of marketable value , that a
certain faction in Nebraska nould not
scruple to buy up , and turn to their
own uses. At the late committee at
Lincoln , there was nothing at stake ,
uul the resolution was not introduced
to cut tail tlio rights of any , or to excite -
cite animosity ; it was simply an effort
: o put the committee on record. The
resolution road :
llesolvod , That it is the sense of
his committed no proxies bo admitted ,
ipld by these non-residents of the
districts , for which the proxies were
given. The resolution was objected
to , and its adoption fought by that
element in the party , tliat the
J. P. always control ; in fact thoU.P.
jrnnch of the republican party in No
brnska. It was fought with a dolor-
nlncd idea that it should neither bo
> assod , or the objectors to it placed
m record. It was tabled by votes
lint aided to pass the resolution ad-
nitting no outside proxies lo Iho state
jonvoiition , without thinking , per-
mns , that they , the committee , wore
only n creature of Iho convention that
lover admitted alien proxies. The
vhole case in n nutshell was , the op-
msors of the losolntionwore not lion-
sat enough to pass upon something
hey know was right , but preferred
igldlng open a loophole for trickery
i future , which woiKs only injury to
ho party. Such appears the record
rhioh was so adroitly expunged by
lie monopoly body guard.
THE SLIM TEAOHEH.
How Ho Mnnngod the School n
San Frtnclsco Chronicle.
"Mister , no doubt you hnvo all th
leaniin' ' that's required in a schoo
teacher , but it wants moio than learn
in' to make a man nble to loach schco
in Cranberry gulch. You'll ' soon fint
lli.il out if you try. Wo'vo hat
thrco who tried it on. Ono lay *
tliero in the graveyard ; another lo-j
hia , eye ; the lait one opened schoo
wwl left before noontime for the ben
elit of his health , llo hasn't been
back since. Now you'io n slender
build , and nil your learnin' will only
make it' ' worse , for all our youny folks
nro roughs and dtfn't ' iitan'd tie non
This was what one of the trnitec1
of the disttict said to my frieiu
Harry Flotoo , when ho made npplica
lion for the vacant position of teacher ,
"Let mo try. I know t am slender
but I am tough and I hayo n stron
will , " said Harry.
"Jest ns you like. There's the
school house , mid I'll have notice
given if you want it done , " said the
"J do , " said Harry , "and I'll open
next Monday at 0 n. in. "
The notice was given , and there
was a good deal of excitement in the
lch and along the Ynba flats.
More than fifty jouns people of boll
soxcs made an excuse to drop into
the tavern to got a sight at the fol
low who thought ho could keep schoo !
in that district , and many n con
temptuous glance fell on the slender
form and youthful face of the would' '
Eight o'clock on Monday morning
came , and Harry Floloo wont down to
the school house with a key in one
liand and a valise in the other.
"Heady to slope if lie finds we're
too much for him , " said a cross-eyed ,
broad-shouldered follow of eighteen.
The school-house was unlocked and
the now teacher wont to his desk.
Some of the young folks wont to sco
what ho was going Id do , though
school was not called.
Harry opened his valise and took
out ajargo bolt. Then after buckling
t around his waist , ho put thrco
bolt's navy revolvers there , each six
mrrols , and ft b6wie-knifo eighteen
nohos in the blade.
' Thunder ! ho means business 1'
nuttored the cross-oycd chap.
The now teacher now took out a
square card about four inches each
way , walked to the other end of the
school house and tacked it up against
ho wall. Returning to his desk ho
draw a revolver from his belt , and
[ Uick as thought sent ball after ball
nto the card , till there were six balls
n a spot not much larger than a silver
By this time the school house was
uilf full of largo boys and girls. The
ittlc ones wore afraid to come in.
Then the teacher walked half way
down the room with a bpwio-knifo in
lis Jnind , and throw it with so true a
lan'd , that it stuck quivering in the
center of the card.
Ho loft it there and quietly put two
nero of the same kind in his bolt and
reloaded his yet smoking pistol.
"Ring the bolll ; am about to open
Ho spoke to the cross-oyod boy , the
jully of the crowd ; and the boy rang
the boll without a word.
"Tho scholars will take their scats ;
L open school with n prayer , " ho said
sternly , five mfnutea Inter. *
The scholars sat down silently , al-
nest breathless. After the prayer the
.cachor cocked n revolver and walked
lown on the floor.
"Wo will arrange .the . classes , " ho
said , "all who can read , write and
spell will jise. Of them wo will form
.ho the first class. "
Only six got up. Ho escorted theme
, o upper scats , and then ho began to
> xamino the rest. A whisper was
loard behind him. In a second lie
wheeled , rpvoleer in hand
"No whispering allowed hero ! " ho
thundered , and for an instant his re
volver lay on a level with the cross
eyed boy's head.
"I'll not do so any more , " gasped
"Soo you do not. I never give a
second warning , " said the teacher ,
and the revolver fell.
It took two hours to organize the
classes , but when done they wore well
Then came recess , The teacher
wont out too , for the room was crowded
od and hot. A hawk was circling
over head high in the air. The teach
er drew his revolver , and the next
Hocond the hawk came tumbling down
among the wondering scholars.
From that day on Harry kept school
For two years in Cranberry gulch , his
salary doubled after the first quarter ,
and his pupils learned to love as well
as respect him , and the revolvers were
out of sight Yiithin n month.
They had found n man nt last who
could keep school. This is a fact.
Second Edition of Jab.
Mra Ogdcn , N. Division Htruet .
says : "I cannot bo too thankful that I
vita Induced to try your SrniNO BLOSSOM.
L was at one time afraid I should never bo
ublo to net out lyniti. I seemed to bo n
lecond edition of Job without his pa-
lenco ; myfncaaiul body were ono Mist
: cilk'ction of boila and pimples ; since Ink-
ii(5 ( "no bottle of your Spring Blossom I
am quite cured , nil eruptions have disap.
wared , mid I feel bettor than I have in n
oii(5 ( ttiuo. " Price 60 cunts , tiiul bottku
Established 11 Years ,
Ac the Flru and Ufu agents
wantml. C. T. TAYLUli CO
Uth & Douxlas gl
DON'T IT BURN I
Iy house and fumUuro is Jnturcd with
0 , T. TAYLOH A CO. ,
Cor Htli nud DouclM ,
U7 t W
TOOTH , EAR
All otter Pain :
No rrtri > "li ° n on tartli equals Sr JACOM OIL i
a uric , tint , ttarLt and Burlhxterntl ) r. n.elj-
A trlil cnUlli but tha corapltlrelj trinlng outlay of
& 0 CXYTS , and cvtryont itiflcrloKvith rata caa ban
chttp aail fcsltlrt proof of Itj claims.
DIRECTIONS IK ELEVEN l.tNOClaE.1.
SOLD BY Alt DDIiaOISTS AND DtAltRS IN MEDICINE ,
A. VOGELER & , CO.
llaltiinorf , Sid. , V , S.A.
A bad breath mav result from icldltj of tha
kmitich , or from biliousness , in cither case a
cw doses of
Tarrant's3 itzer Aperient ,
admlnhtcrul according to directions , will sup
ilant tills unpleasant compinlori with n sweet
ml healthful one It li u saline eorrecthc , sjie-
tally suitable for narm we-vther , and Iciucstho
stem strong to do Uorl. . ot recuperation ,
SOLI ) IJY ALfc UJlUa&ISTS
There exists a means of securing -
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion , no matter how
poor it may naturally bo.
Hasan's Magnolia Ualm is a
delicate ana harmless arti
cle , which instantly remoTca
Freckles , .Tan , Kcdness ,
IWnghuess , Eruptions , Vul
gar JTlushings , etc. , etc. So
dmipato and natural are its
emvcts that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured lace in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
If TouaroamanT I If younro
otbtninesi.wcalf. \ I man of ] C
encd by the itraln of IcratoUiiiKoTCrjn
your duties nvold night work , to rc
etlmulantiand nto tore brain ntryp and
Hop Bittero. I mute , use Hop B.
If you nro jounit Mid I I ( uttering from any In-
discretion or dlssliial tlon i if you are mar *
lied or hlnfflc , old or I lyounK.BUircrinir from
roorlicaltli or luiKuUh I I Inn on a bed of sick-
ucfci , nly on Hop lOlttors.
VrtioeTeryauare. Thousands dlo an
whenorer you /eel nually from Bonio
tana ot Kidney
that your ejetcra
needs clcanslnp , ton- ' > aisra o tbat mlKlit
I hfTobren prevented
In * or stimulating ,
without Intoxicating , I v bya timely UFO of
take Hop HopBlttero
prptla , Mdn D. I. O.
' Is an absolute
plaint , dl e
oUw ( om A , '
. HOP ble o n r o for
baiali , blood. drunkenness
uio of opium ,
You will be tobacco.or
cured If TOO ute narcotics.
If you aw elm Soldbydrug-
jily wonk and Sstn. hciultur
lowejilritcd.try NEVER rcular ,
tti It may uornrrnns
life. It Una FAIL TO CO. ,
onvod hun Rxbtitrr , K. T ,
dreds. A Toronto , Oat.
W. J. CONNELL ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Orricx Front Rooms ( tin Blairs ) In Il.-uiscom'a
now brick building , N , W. corner Fftocatb fid
to. w. i > o AN K. A.
DOANE& CAMPBELL ,
S. W COR. 1BTH & DOUGLAS STS. ,
It 21'tl OMAHA.
Tbpucli Shaken , In Ever , Joint ,
liu flbtr with ( OM.I and usfuo , or bilious runttt
ent , tlio ) t m nut ) * yut ho frcud from tno ma-
fuantlruiulUi llostcttcr'u Htomaih llitturs.
rotut Ihoi itimatralnst It \ > lth this licnt-n-
I'lituntl sitsiioJlc , "lilcli U ( urthcriMorun fcii-
riiiiori.iiiu. ] ) far Hi or complaint , conitliatlon ,
Ijsptiwla , Jublllty , rlivuiimtUni , kUlnv ) trout -
\t \ and other atlmunta.
i "Kcrialc by nil Drusb'lit and Ucalcn gen-
Mr . J. n. llohcrl'on , ritt ) ) tirjr. I'n. , writes : " .
M Kiiltcrlnt ; frorrt general dclillltv , want of np
) > ctltc , cnn > tlntloii , etc. , no tint life uai n luir
den ; nftcr tislti ? IlunloclIllooil Hitter * 1 fill bet
Ur thin for j tars. I cannot praise journittcrs
too much. "
IJ. Glbl < . r > ! nuffalo. N. Y. , writes : "Vonr
llunlock Illood Hitters , In tlironlcilljcaicsof the
lilnoil. liter and klilnojn , lintc IILCII sltfnullv
marked with success , I hat a used them m > sell
with bc t results , fortorrildltv'of tlielUcr , ninlln
oa oof a. Irlctid of mine miffcrlng from ilroi y ,
tlio cRcct uft niarvtlo.is.1 ,
Ilruco Turner , fioehcstcr , N , Y , , | rltci : ' "
been Bllhjrct to Fcrlous disorder of the kldncjs.
And unahlo to nttctul to liuilnc's : llunl < Kk Illood
Hitters relict eil me before Inlf n Imttlo nns u od ,
1 fci.1 confident that they will ontlrtly iiuuino.1'
E A < eiiltli Hall , Illnghampton , N Y\\rltc < ) :
I sulTered wltli a dull l < nln tlnoujjli my left
lung and shoulder. 1/ost my siplrltH , npictita |
nnd color , and could vithdltllctilty keep up nil
th } . Took jour llunlock Hlood uittcri ns ill-
rcitcd , and haxa felt no ) l" since Hi ftuck nf
tcr uslnc them. "
Ur. No h HatcR , Klmln , N. Y. , writes : "About
'our jeriM nye I Ind annttnck ot llllouifc\ ) , nnd
ietcr fullj recovered. My dlscstho onpuis
ncrocakcticil , and \\outil I no completely pros
trated for dajs. Alter u liu two bottles ol jour
Ilurdock lilootl Hitters th'e linpro\cmcnt was BO
vlilblothat I ua astonljhcd. I C.UUIOH. though
01 j cars of nc , don filr mid reasonable ilaj's
C. Hlackct Hoblnfion , proprietor ol The Canada
Presljjterian , Toronto , Out. , writes ! "Forjears
T suffered prMtlj from oft rccnrriii ) , ' headache. I
sed > our llunlock Hlood Hitters with htpplest
result * , nnd I now flnd in ) self In bettor health
than forjtarapist. "
Mrs. Wnlhec. HulTalil , N. Y , writes : ' -Ilmo
used Ilurdock Hlood Hitters for nervous and bll-
llous headaches , and can recommend it to an ) ono
for bllliousncss. " W
lira. Ira Mullholbnd , Albany , N. Y , writes :
'For ceiU j cars I hax o stiffcrcJ from oft-recur
rlriL' billion ? headache * , dyspepsia , anil coni'
iihintif peculiar to in > eev. .Since u > lnf > jour
Murdoch lloo ) < l Hltttra I am entirely relict cu. "
Price , $1.00 per Dottle ; Trial Dottle * 10 Cts
FOSTER , IILBUM , & Co , .Props . ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Solil nt wholesale by Ish & JIcMilion and C. F.
Goodman. Je 27 cod ma
1422 Douglas St. , Near 15th.
Before removing to
OPERA HOUSE STOEE
Will soil their stock of
At Greatly Eeduced Prices.
Tin 1'oruMu ! Tin BUT SKLUMJ !
TUB Br.tr OlIDItNS
MOST CON' THAN AK1
MANUl'AO. IN TIIK
lltnutacturcd InlltecUis. il ( , 8 , 10 mill
lloni. U liai no rciiln. . ileiuc no nolia i
lees 111 work easily and qulcVljnd jrtls tha
atifcet amoui t ot l.utUr from iho mlllc ur
rcam ; li undo from the I fit uh lumber. It
> ld at a loner iirloo than any other flrot-cUu
Imni , Heml ( or illi.ilptUo circular and price
Hit to the
THAYKD-y'rom hlert' * ttable , Omaha , one
bhck mare , color vonuuhat fajtnl. cljjlit or
nliie j van , u eight about ek'H'ii huiidrotl. had
on caddie and bridle. A reward will be paid for
tier return , or Information ( tiding to her r <
rat cry , W , E , Catticj , Fort Calhoun , Neb.
A TD "HP " la1 T ?
JL J JL.luJ.t
Wo desire to call the special attention of the trade to our
elegant lines ( at BOTTOM PEIOES ) of Underwear , Cardigan
Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Ovorahirts , Overalls
Hosiery , &c. , now open , Wholesale only.
SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. ,
Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts.
ISH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , MAHA , NKJB.
The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAILORDERS.
jy 18 mo
FEARON & COLE ,
Oommissson Merchants ,
1121 Parnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
Consignments truwlo us u III rcceU o iirorupt attention , llcforcncci : State Bank , Omaha : Phtt
k Co , IJaltimore ; Peck & Bnnslicr , Clilcajjoj II.Vcrk & Co. , Cincinnati.
I. OBERFELDER & CO , ,
IMTOKTERS AND JOBBERS OF
MILLINERY & NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
The only exclusive w holesalo house in this line in the west.
) LIBALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
> yer & Co.
PISHING TACKLE , BASE BALLS , and a
FULL LINE OF NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MAX MEYER & CO. , Omaha , Ne
The Largest Stock and Most Com
plete Assortment in
We Keep Everything in the Line of Carpets , Oil
cloths , Matting , Window-shades , Fixtures
and Lace Curtains.
1313 Farnham St. , Omaha.
WM. F. STOETZEL ,
Dealer in Hardware ,
Stove Eepairer , Jol ) Worker and Manufacturer
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Tenth and Jackse" * - . - - - Omaliaj Neb
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