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THE O-MAiiA JDAILE Mill : "MONDAY FEBRUARY 0 , 1882.
Deere & Gomp'y.
MANUFACTURERS OF PLOWS , MOLINE , ILL ,
Wholesale Dealers in
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
If line Wagon Co , Farm and Spring Wagons ,
DBBPB & Mansur Do , Ooru Planters , Stalk flutters , &o , ,
Molmo4Puinp Co , Wood nM Iron Pumps ,
Wlieel & Seeder CoFountain City Drills ana Seeders ,
Mecliairicslmrg Maoii , Co , Baker Grain Brills ,
Sliawiiee Agricultural Co. . Advance Hay Rakes ,
Met Manufacturing Co , Eureka Power and Baud Sliollors ,
W&itman Agricultural Co , Sliellors , Road Scrapers , &o , ,
Moliue Scale 'Co , Victor Standard Scales ,
A , 0 , 'Fisli - Racine Buggies ,
.tND DEALERS IN
All Articles Required to Make a Complete Stock.
Address All Communications to
DEERE & COMPANY ,
Bluffs ( . .
Council , owa. aua.
W. 3. MILLAJID. F. B. JOHNSON.
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
COMMISSION AND STORAGE !
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
OMAHA , - - NEB.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE , MAUL & CO.
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
/Flcur / , .Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Pull Line of the Best Brands of
CKAES iffl MUFACTUIfflD TOBAGCO ,
y , Agentn for BHWOOD DHLS AND UHiIH & BANB POWDER CO
LUMBER , COAL & LIME ,
On Bdver Bank , Bet Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
Mining and Milling Company.
. . . _ . . . .
- | 3 < K,000.
. . . .
Capital 8. odv - 11,000,000
_ _ . . _ _
Par Value of Uharca , - - - J2i,000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AMD NON-ASSESSABLE
Miaea Located in BEAMEL MINING DISTBIQT.
DR. J 1. T1IOUA8 , President , Cuinmlne , Wjomlnu.
WM. K TILTON , "I'fca-Pfiwlilent , Cumuilnn ,
EX. IIARWOOD , Secretary , Cummliu , Wjoinlni ; .
A. 0. LU.S'N' , t/tiuurer , Cuinmlni , .
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Lpuli Miller \ \ \ [ , . ilrauMl. A. 0. Dunn.
E.N. Ilirnood. trancla Lcaienn. . . ( jeo. II. * < * . Uwli Zolman.
Dr. J C. Watklnn.
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no22me6ra OEO. W KENDALL Authorized Agent ( or Sale of Kttek ; llr * ' " n. l s\t \
HALL'S ' SAFE AND LOCK CO ,
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
KATE SOUTHERN ,
Thrilling Story of an Injured
A Once Mourttnln Belle lu u
Prison-Touching Appoixl to Wo
inon lor Her Vlnillcntlon.
AtUniix , < ! . , Oor. Cltulnnatl Conm'crclnl.
Kivo yoaru ui o there lived in Pick-
ens county , nuiong the nioutnins , us
fair iInss nssnclinit'tjiou is provorhial
"or iiruduciiii ; , n nisy-chookutl , brown-
mirud , hluc-oyud iiinidon , with the
foun of a model and the uraco of .1
j'n7ullo. She was the daughter of n
well-to-do fiirinor , and nor siuilos
wore com ted by the lirnvo hourtod
young niountainoor.s \ \ ho on a cd in
honorable competition for a monopoly
of her society. Among those was a
dashing young man , lundsomo , of
princely carriage , and whoso fame for
courage made him Known in nil the
Qounties around. D.uiuUesa in love
as in all things else , he laid siege to
the hi : trt of this mountain belle , to
whom she capitulated , and thoimh
but a girl in years spvontooii she
was they were mariied. She idol
ized her husband and clung to l > im
with u worshipful devotion , happy
only when with him , and ready to
sacrifice her life if need bo for him
And ho , feolin1 , ' secure in her lovo. re
paid her attachment witliindiHerence ,
and gave more attention to another , a
former rival of his wife , than was con
sistent with his obligation aa a hus
band. She bore this long in silence ,
and tried to purauado hi'isclf thai
there was nothing wrong in her hus
band's conduct. Hut the seed of
jealousy was planted in her heart , and
found nourishment in the buoyancy
that once existed theio. Kro many
months the bloom of her checks
faded , the brilliancy of her eye de
parted , her merry laugh was no longer
lieard , and the once light-hearted and
happy girl was changed to the discon
solate and brooding woman. And
still no complaint of her husband.
Ho would como back to her , sh s
thought. But her confidence WHS
misplaced ; and at last , when
one night a dancing party
was given at her fathor's house ,
where she lived , and the source
of her uuhappiiioss was among the in
vited , she approached her husband
and affectionately enttvining her arms
about his nock , begged him for her
cake not to dance with the woman she
hated. Playfully chiding her for her
jealousy , he gayo her his promise that
her request should bo granted. She
did not engage in the festivities , but
pleading illness retired ; though not to
sleep , however , for all know that her
husband and her rival were under the
same roof. With weary eyes and ach
ing heart she watched the dancers ,
but nothing occurred on the part of
her husband tx excite her jealousy un
til midnight , when , believing her to
be asleep , he took his position in the
next quadrille with the woman he had
promised his wife to avoid as his part
ner. Stung to the heart at this exhi
bition of perfidy under the roof that
sheltered her homo , she watched thu
dance for awhile , her senses seoinimi
to desert her , and then she loft hei
room and sought her father ,
from whom ahu borrowed a pocketknife -
knife under the pretext of wanting
to cut a tooth-brush. Securing tin
knifoflho returned to the room in
which , the dancing was going on ,
reaching it just JM the last sot ended ,
and going up to her rival , who was
moving toward a scat , seized her by
the shoulder , and , frenzied with jeal
ous rr < je , saidy"You have dan&oil
enough ! " at the sumo time drawing
the open knife from the folds of Jiei
dross and plunging ; it deep into the
woman s neck , making a Jiorriblogaah ,
which penetrated nearly to tlio heart ,
and frem which the blood spurted
several feet in the air and opatterod
over the late dancers. Again the
deadly Uudu was uplifted , and again
it descended , plmmed into the lei
breast in seaich of the heart , and ye
again another blow , when the victii
sank to the lloor doad. So uiclJ
and as quietly waa tko awful traged ,
enacted , that not until after the wo
man fell and the blood from ho
wounds was discovered did anyon
know what had happened. Who
the discovery was nuude , u nish wa
made toward the ptostrato form , am
"Wheiois the man tJutt struck thr
WOIIUUI/ / "
To which the answer came in u ton
. uid an attitude of piouddc'lhuiue fro/
the wronged v/ifo.
"I am the man that did it. "
The honor-Btrickon crowd surgoi
about the door , when her husband
realL/.ing what his flirtation liui
brought about , grasped his wife , and
drawing his pistoJ said :
"Gentlemen , I am going to leave
this house and take my wife with me
and we * are going through. "
The crowd gave way before him
and going out into tlio night liUHbam
and wife disapporud under coyer o
the daikiiL'H.s and for a whole yoai
evaded the vigilance of detectives
with the incentive of S2f 0 rowan
offered by the parents of the duai
woman , and § 160 hy the state for
their apprehension. They woio
finally hoard of in Xorth Carolina
where they were arrested and brough
back to Pickons county and lodged ii
jail , and with them u little girl baby
which had become a mumbor of the
family since tlitir flight. The womai
viaw tried for murder , convicted am
floiitonced to death , but through the
efforts of friondti the governor was in
duced to comniuU ) her sentence to ton
years in the penitentiary , and on the
iiOth day of May , 1 7 , she passed
'hroiigh Atlanta , on her way to enter
ho Ktievico of her ( sentence at u convict
: amp in Washington county. So
FamouM hod this girl-wife and mm-
dorcss becoi/io-hor immoandhcrdoed
ilready the tliumu of two continonlH
hat the announcement of lior pres
ence attracted the largest throng ever
usomhlod in thu city , with tlio posni-
jle exception of 0110 or moro grand
ipeeiiil days at the late exposition
Tlio surging multitndn grow wild ever
the dcsiro to got n glimpse at her ,
while she appeared unconscious of her
surroundings , maintaining a dejected
and artless air. Her husband and
child iiccompinied her.
The influence of a universal sym
pathy secured immunity from prison
regulations , and she was allowed to
wear her cusomtary garb instead of
the penitentiary stripes.
At thp Washington county camp
she remained nearly a yonr , during
which she was occupied in making
clothing for the other convicts , her
huab.xnd remaining with her and
holding the position of guiud n\or
sqiinil of piisotiers , She was n.t H--
strnined in her liberty , but innnmed
with and had the privileges nf , i mini
ber of the family of the lease * . At
the expiration of the year she
foil to the lot of another
lu&sot > , whoso camp was in Taylor
county , whether she was removed , her
hu.sb.utd following , her little girl dy
ing dining her stay at the Waslimntnn
count ) c.imp. After oloveu months
in T.iylor county she was ivninu > d to
Mat tun county , \ > bore the family of
the lessee resided , where she remained
in the capacity of a domestic until last
Februaiy , when the lessee , Col. I' . I ! .
Howard , removed to Atlanta , bri > g-
ing with him the fair conviet , who is
still retained as u servant in Ins hmisi-
hold. Her husband remains \\ith hi i
and acts as her escort , no survoillaiiiT
being kept on their movements. They
attended the exposition frequently
To the reader of live yoais ago tli <
unmo of this woman , the cireinn
stances of her crime , the trial , con
viction and death sentence will K
fatuiliar , for "Kato Southern'uppi.u
ed iii the columns of every nowsp.i
j per printed in this country and many
! out of it , The victimof her outraged
I love waa N rcissn Cowart , or " ( 'is
Cowart,1' she was better known.
Allhouiih only twenty-two years
old now , Mrs. Southern boars the ago
traces of thirty. Her countenance
wears the shade of a deep melancholy ,
and her great blue eyes a perpetual
expression of sadness. A visit to her
by your correspondent has led to a
revival of the tragic history of her life ,
but not for the put pose of pandering
to the sensational appetite of the
public. Far from it. The columns
of The Commercial are sought with a
higher aim , which is an appeal to
every wito and mother in tins bread
land to lend her name to a petition to
the governor of Georgia for Kate
Southern's pardon. Men have killed
their fellow-men for a like provoca
tion that Kate Southern killed Nar-
cissa Cowart , and were not only ac
quitted of crime , but applauded for
the deed It is a husband's conceded
right , nay , his most solemn duty , to
protect tlio sanctity of his home from
the invasion of the seducer ; and
wherein is the wife to bo less coin-
mended than the husband in a like
cllbrt' Again , if the purpose of the
law is punishment for crime , in what
measure has the law boon satisfied in
its execution of the sentence of Kate
Sothern' Clearly she was either
guilty or not guilty. If guilty , she
should have boon punished according
to the degree of her oll'ence. If not
guilty , she should be sot at
liberty. Her punishment him not
been in satisfaction for the crime
of which she was found guilty , for she
has virtually enjoyed unrestrained
libertj , which is wrong , if she bo
guilty of murder , and wrong also if
she is innocent. Certainly the author
ities are not disposed to regaid her aa
guilty since her sentence is permitted
to go unsorved , and it would appear
that whatever the extent of her crime ,
she has atoned to the law and society
in the four years of her detention at
the Camp of the Couvicti , and it is
believed that the adoption of the sug
gestion herein contained is only need
ed even in part to induce Oov. Col-
quitt to grant Kato Sothorn's pardon.
It is loft for the ladies , Lot them
seek it. Cm.
Small Comfort ,
When you are continually coughing
night and day , ainioyinj ; cveryrodj
nniimd you , anil linpiiiK it will go away o
ilu own accord , you are nmiiniK a d'tnyur
mm rink better no li. THOMAS' Ki.ro-
Tllli OIL , an unCalliii } ; renieily in all Mid.
C.IHCH. JIGw. .
Wliat the Trnlllc Will Boar.
The railroad managers east have
learned that the farmert are getting
15 to liO cents for coin m Towa , Ne
braska and other western states , am
have concluded that the producer IP
getting too much for Inn products
hence have concluded to take tin
lieiielit of hiu'h prices to tJiomsolvcs ,
by raining ft eight rates to the sea
board , the same as they did HOUR
time ago w/ion / corn udwncod 8 centp
per biiMhul on foioign uurkots ; rail
r HkJ freight woio raised to gobble
the entire ali/ie. So will it be as loii (
HH mdividnalH or companion contro
the transportation of thu country.
Don't lake any of the quack rostrums ,
as they are regimental to the bumai
cistern : but put your trust in Hoi
JSittors , which will euro general dilapi
dation , costive habits and all comic
diseases. They saved Isaac from a
severe extract of typhoid fovor. They
are the no plus unnm of medicines.
Boston Globo. f-J-J5
'Wellii' Jleilth Itenewcr , Kreatcnt rem
edy ( .n . earth for impotence leauneM , KCX-
nal iluhility&c. 81 , at din 'ints. Depot
C. ] ' . ( iooilnmn'M. ( S )
PROPOSALS l-'Oit WATER BONDS
Scaled | ire | a a u.111 lu r < xu rU at tlio olllta
cf tint city tlvrk o [ the ell } of I. nuoln until (1
o'clocK p. in. , on tlio 'JOth ilnj ol February , 1882 ,
for the purihaio'of any iwrtlon of , oralf of , thu
tun tlioimarul dollar * ol ( ho uiur \ | tent twenty
jeurHatur bond ) , of ttiociu > f Lincoln , liwiuid
1' ) the proper authorities of tol'l ' city , to aid In
the construction of a t\ati in of water works
I hit laKUu of Halil honilH ua authnlzcd hy a
i nto of the e ixtore ol ualil tit ) at an elo/tlon
cal nl for that puriionu , anil In iiurniiarico of ton-
tltiitliinand lauaof ( hentatc of .S'tbroaka ami
an orJInanioof xalil eltv pa st < i In purauaneo
thereof. The honji > ro of ( In 'iuiomlnatlon of
Ihuhiliulrei ilollarn taih , an jayjblu t int >
yiamalt < T date , anil rodcemabli > thu tlty at
an tlinuu'ttT live j cam , bcarhiK uin'itnt at Iho
ratoof nix ptrient. per annum | a > ablu annii-
alii with Interest coupon atta < li. < l , holh prlnci-
i > al and InUifnt puja'jlo at tl olllco of the
inasurur of nald citj.
The clt > contains u pollination -if oi rl',00l (
Inhabitant ! , Ii the cipltal of thi late , liaw loia-
led hire the utatu iiniii rally , inmii'ii ' aijliiin nml
itato penitentiary , and In the luntre of u v tnn
if mil en railroad * .
ProK | > ula khould be enilorBid "I'ropoialu for
Uattr bond * , " and thould be tin lomil in an i n-
telopoauilruiicil to H. r Haul. > , tltv cleilf.
Lincoln , Neb
rath proio | al khould tatt > tin amount of
Mrida rwiulrod , and the iirlio tto hlddur la vsll | .
ii f to pay for eaih lionil of itOO , and ihould be
atcompaiilul by a chok or ctrtlll. . ito of dirnalt
m breU ) the order of A. C. UH < , Irtuurtr ol
tilil illy , for a bum niual to ti n ix.r lent , of the
riioiintolthuhld. No l , | , | will retilvtd lor
u * than par.
Illila will lie OIH.IICI ! bj the coui" ll ol gaiJ citj
t lliu/ii'xt im.elliiK tbtreaftvr , and duo notlio
'anof ' vnt to thu tmiuuuful luddtr Iniuudlatuh
hcruaftcr. Chu. ka anil urtllliut.-i ol depoilt
Lcelvul from ( ho urmccc wu | liIJlrn will at the
name time liu returtioJ to 8Uth biddi ra. The re-
' ,1 n"K , n'tw ' \ cent , of thi. purjha e Jiionoy
III be duo and iojabki on demand of thu couu-
II , arid thu bonui nhall tie dillmcd on thu | > ay-
ntnt ol thu inoncj tlurtafl .
IburlKiit I. ) rtnnLdto rucct ) n > and all hldi
. , JOHN DOOLI'JTLK.
ha rtntn Flr.ance Coinini'tUti Ol f'lty Couiall ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS NEWS.
or Henry Stern to Mls > s
Yesterday afternoon n matrimonial
event occurred of unusual impoitanco
anil interest , the contracting parties
being Henry Stern , the well known
wholesale liquor dealer , anil Hiss
Lisotlo Troylmn. The ceremony oc
curred at the losuloueo of the bride's
home , on llaimony street , in the proa-
once of alargemidhiilliant gathoriunof
friends Justice Abbott performed
tlio I'eivmnuy , the ling being used
, ni ' - i ) i mvr btief and belli *
i" > . ' . Amotii ; I' ' e unoatfl pri-sont from
. v.i.l wine \ii IIM.I Mrs. M. Stern ,
. - ' . V ' . \1. Klarshoim , of
* " h ; I , NV 1 , of St. .limiM'h ;
' ! , ' Mn ouri Valley , and
I l.i . , i > t Hastings. Among the
f > is fr.nu lln > city worn Mr ; and
'ri \ , l > , ii > hiinu , Mr. and Mrs.
ilniHuii 'inil fini y , Mrs. II. Now-
ui.iii , iiul 'lain ' ; ' ' ! i Sirs. S Kisimian ,
Mr. anil Mrs. A. llornard , Mr. and
Mrs. A. dans , Mr. S. Obeifelder , .1.
Huxbanm , and A. Stern.
Thuro were many rich and useful
pioscntn , amoui ; them being solid sil
ver spoons , knives and forks by Mr.
S. Altshulor ; a grand upright Steinway -
way piano , fjom the bride's mother ; a
sot of diamonds by the groom , a
check of § 100 by the bride's brother ;
parlor and bed-room aot from Mr. and
Mrs. M. Stern ; ehina sot from Mi
ami Mrs. Him Newnmn and S. Obor-
felder ; an elegant ice cream sel from
Mr. and Mrs. Kiseman ; silver nut
pinchers from Mr. and Mrs. L. Dan-
Iminii ; silver nieklo castor from Air.
Alex. Slum ; pearl opera glass , from
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson ; line
toilet sel , from Mr. ,1.
Huxhauiii. There were many
other valuable presents , and these ex
pressions of good will and good
wishes ure but a tithe of the kindly
feelings felt in this community toward
those who thus start out in life under
such happy auspices and bright pros-
pec1 . The newly wedded ones last
night Htaited fora trip to St. Joseph ,
after which they will return to make
this city their home.
Dr. V. N. ritilihlntt , uf Cctlnr Kiijiiiln ,
| ii'iil Sunday at tlio Ogdea.
Judge Ijooflioiiruw has lioon called to
his Inline in All.uitie hy thu ilhifsi < if n
cliilil , but ot'oU . to return to-dny.
Mr. Scott Otto cpcnt Sunday .it tlio O -
len. Ho IH largely interested in vovcrnl
mining cntcr | > rineH , some of which mo
[ tanning out \ciy richly.
Justice.I. J. V'rniuoy now finds himself
worth Sll HOO , the Hint 1 0111 hey weighing
Fourteen and a hnlf iiounilH , anil S1,0K ( ) n
[ icund he cotiBiilcreil ; i vciy liyht valua
Hon.lulin 1 ! . ( iainhle , of Vaiililon ,
wiuiin thu city Sultnday , on route for Lin.
coin , to where liu hail been called by h'n
dutieH as attorney in a cnxo to ho triei
Mr. and Mm. Albeit Cook , of Now
York , together with their daughter an
spending a few ilays in thin city , and ex
poet to joinney westwaid in the hope o
lx.'tteriiig their daii hter'n health. Mr
Cook in hugely interenteil in a haul' , tin
cashier of which EH a hiothei of A. T
KIwell , of thin city.
Doiils In Dirt.
The following transfers of ten
o.'tato ; reported , as takun from tin
county records by . .1.V. . Sijuiru A
Co. , abHliactoru of titles , real CHtati
and loan agents , Council ItluH'u
\V. A. Sweet to .1. L. Carey and 11
T. Fox , e A s w ! ) , 75 , ! ! e1IL'0 !
K. Hiu.kniH to M. D. JeiiHun , lot '
in lock 12.r > , Crescent City5
\V. II. Shilling to H. Hector , p.irt
lot SiJin Hiil-'liviHiiinl ! 77 , ' ! ! § 800
T. . ) . Kiiii ; t.i.I. II Itmklij n \ i
OBOJO , 7I.-JO i'llld.
J' Olo.tDii t. M .lui- Lots J
mid JO in hit fit I-- i'i I'lty
15.II. . DoLtnj i.i i ; ! 'i > . -1 \ . in i n
block I , llu'jun' IM , ! , . .i ! ) 81,000
K. Vickeiy to I' . Koluy , part of <
p Neola SliOO.
H. H. Woodniancj' . trustee , to A
H. llayborn , JO in 17 , Macedonia
S10.f ! . \V. Turner to K. K. Ingle , o A
n \v I. . , 75 , W-SL',000.
. .1.V. . , t J' ] . W. Daviw to. } . G.
Marnuardt , w 511 ! ) feet of n i no lot
L'li mid L''f in sub of ! ) , 77 , JfD-griOO.
D. Handbnry to .1. S. McWillianiH ,
lot Oin iJ.'J , NeolaSii75. .
\V. F. Sap ] ) to H. Minturn , B . ' , w A
n w.'IO , 7 , H-S500.
. .1D Horn to ,1 , H , Schultz , nw
a\v 15 , 7-1 , l.'t ; $1,500.
U. Sholy , trustee , to II. L. Aid-
ridge , nw no 1 , 77M : ? 1,000.
A. NV , Sjtoncor to 0. Hay , e A ne
L''l , 7' ' , ! ! ; & ' . " > 0.
C. JkUKlm to J. it I. Gilbert , o " A
lot II in block ! l HayliH 'add. ' city ; $1 ,
K , T Uryant to .J. N. Casady , out
lot-I mill add. city ; $100 ,
.1. P. Mungor to M. J. Curtis , w A
nuaiul w A eu Dl , 7'l , 'U.
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OHO. W , DOANI. i.O , CAUrtlLb
DOANE& CAMPBELL ,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK ,
P. S. WINSTON , Prusidont ,
For the Yonr Emllng Docombur 31st , 1BD1.
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Anmilllr * In ( oico Jftn. 1st , US1 K fin.ut si \iiiiultliK In force Jan. lit , 1SS4 , 65
I'rcniliiin Aiiimlilct 4li 0. > I'mulmn Aninntli'1. 1,33 0
Aniniltli ! . limed B , ( ISM 00 Annuities Ifinillmteil 153 SO
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' Amount , n .NO , Amount.
Volldin III ton-0 , J.ln. hi , Hl'oll In ( orco Jikn. l t ,
, \ o.mi2ioi \ i .Wtf',000,137
Hl k J < 10,6321 S , B73MO llln 7.0M 21,775,677
Hovonuo Account Or
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lil'rt mining rc clul . ia'll > 0r.2 < 02 II ) r-AliI Mninrfil f'inlo\Miipiit * . . l.mi ,107 68
Tolntrlpttitml Hint . 6,051,101 ? 4 To .it ilolmt
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fIOl,3Td 357 CO Awmltlr Sl.034 SO
liMJcml . 2,017,38 86
" Hilrriiulctiil I'olldcs niul
" Coiiiiniii laii < ( pi > tut lit ot
ciirri nt nnil cxtliiKiilfh-
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pnllj ( or Iliumlwr . 70
1,702,057 0 >
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ORCHARD & BEAN , J. B. FRENCH & CO , ,
CARPETS ! G R O C E R SI
Is Once More Called to the Fact that
Rank foremost in the West in A.-$30 $ rtment and
FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WKA.R.
ALSO A COMPLETE UJfK OF
Hats and' Caps
Wo aro'prepared to moot the iluni.uuls nt the trade in regard to Litest Sty.'ej '
and I'uttorriB. Kino Merchant Tdtl'-rmu in Connoc'ion '
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th Si
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WIIOLBSAI.K AND ItCTAIL U1.ALEK IN
, Shingles , ,
SASH , DOORS , BUNDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
MT&TATK AOKNi fOH illLWAUKKK CKilSNT
Near Union Pacific Depot , OMAHA , NEB
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