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" * H ' OMAHA DAILY BEE ; MONDAY. APitIL 3 188 * .
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ? .
V SARATOGA HOTEL ,
\ \MARSH HOUSE ,
* -/COMMERCIAL HOTEL
HALL HOUSE ,
CITY HOTEL ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE. ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL ,
GREENWOOD HOUSC ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
ENO'3 HOTEL ,
EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
METROPOLITAN HOTEL ,
MORGAN HOUSE ,
SUMMIT HOUSE ,
JUDKINS HOUSE ,
HOUSTON HOUSE ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE ,
WALKER HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
CITY HOTEL ,
PARK HOUSE ,
NEBRASKA HOTEL ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
PARKS HOTEL ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL ,
BAGNELL HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
JUDKINS HOUSE ,
BALI. HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
GRAND PACIFIC ,
. . .WOODS HOUSE ,
'DOUGLAS HOUSE ,
EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
J. G. MclNTIRE ,
J. 8. STELLINIUS ,
JOHN HANNAN ,
A , W. HALL ,
CHENEY & CLARK ,
J. 0. MEAD ,
. ; SEYMOUR ,
P. L. THORP ,
A. 0. OAARPER ,
G. W. MAYFIELD ,
E. L. ENO ,
0. D. HACKNEY ,
FRANK LCVELL ,
E. U GRUDD ,
SWAN & DECKER ,
JUDKINS & DRO , ,
O. M. REYNOLDS ,
D. H. WALKER ,
8. DURGESS ,
Dl D. WILLIAMS ,
MRS. M. E. OUMMING3 ,
JL. | AVERY ,
J. W. BOULWARE ,
F. M. PARK ,
WM. LUTTON ,
FRANK WILKINSON ,
H. H , PERRY ,
B , f. STEARN8 ,
J. NORTON ,
JOHN ECKEF7T ,
J. 8. DUNHAM ,
O. D. HAOKNEY ,
Lincoln , Not.
Mllford , Neb.
Blair , Neb. .
Nellgh , Neb-
Nabratkn City , No
Hardy , Nob.
Greenwood , Nebl
Clarlnda , Iowa
Crcmont , Neb.
Ashlnnd , Neb
Atklnton , Neb.
Guide Recd , tleb.
Creston , la ,
Red Oak , la.
Extra , la.
Atlantic , la ,
Audubon , la.
Neola , la.
Harlan , la ,
Corning , In.
Burlington Junction , M
Blancliard , la.
Shennndoah , la ,
Dayld City , Neb.
College Springs , la.
Vllllsca , la.
Matvern , In ,
IdaJOrovc , la
Odobolt , la
Columbut , Nob.
Oiceola , Nob.
Clnrkt , Nob.
Ashland , Neb.
Mining and Milling Oompany.
Working Capital - fSOC.OOO.
Capital Slock , $1,000,000
Par Value of bharca , $25,000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DK. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , '
\ + \VJt. K. T1LTON , Vico-Prealdent , CummlnB , Wyoming
E. N. IIARWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming. ,
A. 0. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , \7yoraing.
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Louts Miller VT. S. Br.imcl. A. G. Dunn.
E. N. UanvcoU. Francis Leivcr.s. Oco. H. 1'aloil. lM\\-la Zolman.
Dr. J. 0. Wattim.
no22mc5m OEO. W. KENDALL. Authorized Apcnt for Solo of Stock : Be- " " " > > > \ob.
AND JOBBERS IN
jF'four , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
lAMABTUBH ) TOBiOGO.
AgentS for BEKWODD BAILS AHB iAFHH & RAND POWDER DO
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 FarnhamifStreet ,
W.B , MILLARD. V. 15. JOHNSON.
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1111 FAENHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Pock & BaueherB Lard , and Wilber Mills Flour ,
, - - - .
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK. [
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. .
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
'f ' TbF AdbLiUi \ MJJbMIJbj &y ?
n River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts , , >
I. OBERFELDER & CO. , IiVi h
IIOLES1LE IILLINEET IP NOTIOIS , 10 Viii
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET. 1 B
Spring Goods Receiving Daily and Stock very nearlypomplote G C
STATE SOCIAL EVENTS-
Happenings Around the Hotuoa-no-
llfflous Mattora nnd Educational
Mr. H. M. Miller nd MM ! Joaio New.
vlll were married nt York on the UOtli.
Oeorgo M. Hnwley and Mhs Jet Mo
1'nrkcr , of Lincoln , were married nn tlio
23J. The happy event wai properly cele
brated by their relatives nu.l friend J.
John Hnrmal , nt Kremont , mid hN
bride , Miss 1'niiny U I'.lllck , of Saunderi
cnunty , was ctiOiu.iivitlcally welcomed
the ranks of the flenollcts lait Monday.
Mr. J. M. Ilurki" , of Iiincoln forci
bly reminded of Ms fiftieth birthday an
niversary on the L''ith by the Midden call
of over ono hundred friend" , who preient-
cd him nil elegant ice pltohor nnd goblets.
The 33th onnivenary of the marriage of
Mr. nnd Mrs. James C. Kos * , living no r
Tecinnicli , was an event made momoMhlo
nnd joyful by n luru'a ( ; .itheriiiu uf friend i
nnd neighbor. * . A largo number of useful
nrticlcs were received ,
Miss Clara I'lishia , of Lincoln , hlo'som-
cdoutns became n bli le , on the 2'ult \ ,
William A. Doolittlo agreed to do some
thing to kceii tlio ( lower in perpetual
bloom. The happy couple were the re
cipients of many elajaul \ resents.
Tbo nnni\crsary wedding of Mr. artd
_ J . J. C. Hawkins , of Tccnnrcli ,
on the 22il , wns n brilliant pociat
event , nnd ft complete curpriso or-
pnniznl and managed by their daughter
Myrtle. The nrrny of pres nts wiw uu-
usually larKo nud clegaut , nud iucludcd n
check for § 30.
The i > ersi teut ngilation of woman Ruf-
ferers for the rover-nl of the natural order
of tiling * , political , Ncci.il nud o hcrwitc ,
has alarmed the "lords ot creation" In
varioui towmln the state. Already they
nro handing together to protect their
Racrcd light * against the encroachments
of the dtrongtniiidcd , Huntings leads oil
with a Bachelors' club and Fremont promi
ses to follow. 'lho former chili number *
forty. The initiation fee has been raised
to fifteen dollar * * , which tm n , with the
lUeiiiboM now nurollod nnd Che new OUCH
to come iu , will cnablo thorn to complete
their ro nn in elegant t > le , with cngy
chair ? , ollico clmirc , parlor chnirp , Eofas ,
washataudji , tuipidoroj , pictures for dec
orating the walb , and two line neiv bil-
Haul tables \\ith equipmcutn. Tlie.'o
roomp , when thoroughly completed , will
be the finest in the state.
The number of children of school ago in
York is f 01.
Oakland' * gclinol ehow nn cniMlltnmt of
i5w a ml mi uvcragc attemlnnce of 132.
It H pRtimated that ttio new school cen
sus of Tccumseh will show one thousand
childrcn'of hchool age , nn increase of 300
over the census of 1831.
Some of tho. country school dUtvicts
iropose top _ > y their teachers only § 20 ver
nonth this eumnicr. 1'oor wages and
> oor teachers are iusoparable.
The now brick scliool house which u to
> e elected on tlio north bide of tlio It. ] > .
: rack at Grand Island , will bo n finer nud
letter building than the present ojio on
, ho south side the track , though it will
cost less money.
The Arapahoe Pioneer offers the follow-
play to uonsist of upFcinieus of peuinan
8hi ( ) . drawing , map drawing , eas.iyn nnd
original ninthenintical problems and Bolu-
linns- and The Pioneer one year to the in
dividual bdiolar for the best if any one of
, ho above productions. "
The Prcsbvteriaus nnd Lutherans are
niilding in iMaclmjii.
Tlio new Methodist church at Hiding
3ity is neatly completed.
The United Brethren hava just com-
> letod ami dedicated a church in Fillmore
Dr. McXatnara late of Fremont , his
been Jelectedirebideut of the Epitcopal
college nt Nebraska 01 y.
Nearly S400 hns been subscribed for the
Nellgh Episcopal church. VV ork on the
.milcliug will soon commence.
The Episcopal church nt Beatrice has
jeen thoioughly ren yatcd and imjiroved
the work of the l die of the congrega
The recent quarterly meeting of the SI.
E. churJi at Utvid City showed the
irganization to bo in a growing condition.
Three acce ions were made to thu clais.
Sudden Chanfjos of the Weather Oj-
Pulmonary , bronchial , nnd asth-
natio troubles. "Brown's Bronchial
Troohos" will pllay irritation which
nduccs couching , oftuiitimoa giving
annudiato roliof. ni29-lw
Artomus Ward In England.
I. It. Hawcls in Good Words.
When Artemus arrived here in 1806
10 was a dyiiiS rnnn. I crn BOO him o
low as ho came on the platform in
front of liis inferior panorama , and
stole a glance at the densely packed
'ooni and then at Im * panorama. Ilia
all , gaunt , though slender figure , liis
curly light hair and largo ariuilmo
lose , which always reminded mo of a
nacaw , his thin face flushed with con
sumption , his little cough , which
seemed to shako him to pieces , and
which ho said was "wearing him out. "
at which wo all laughed irresistibly ,
and then felt ashamed of ourselves , as
veil wo mi 'lit ; but ho himself seemed
0 enjoy his cough. It was all part of
hot odd topsy-turvy mind in which
evoiything appeared moat natural up-
On first entering ho would seem
profoundly unconscious that anything
vaa expected cf him , but uftor look-
iig at tlio audience , then ut his own
lothos , and then apologetically at his '
lanoramn , ho began to explain its 'ry
nerits. The tact was that Artomus
ntcnded having the finest uconos that
could bo painted , but ho j/uvo that up
m account of the expense , snd then
otarminod to get tlio worst as the
next host thing for his purpose. Wlion
anything very bad came up ho would
rnuso and gaze admiringly ut the can-
as , and then look round a little ro-
ponchfully at the company. "This
licturo , " lie would say , "ia a great
cork ot art , it is an oil painting done
petroleum. It is by the old mak
ers. It was the last thing they did
oforo they expired. I wish you were
cur or to it so you could BOO it better ,
wisli I could take it to your resi-
onccs and lot you sue it by daylight.
Some of the great artists in London
some here every morning before dny- tit
Iglit , with lanterns to look at it.
h y say they never saw anything ag
ko it before , and they hope they
lover shall again ! "
Nothin could ho more impromptu ,
nd therefore riveting , than his man
ner throughout from the moment ho
nitorod ; ho seemud to bo doing overy- B
hing for the first time and without
lie least preparation , nnd indeed , < Iio
ras mrst unlike such mechanical ar-
lats as Albert Smith , who used to oay
could go through hia "Mont IJJauo
mlf asleep. Artomus was always in
eality at high pressure. Ho was F
over twice the same ; ho poured out
ow jokea with prodical invention , and
very gesture was original and oroso
out of the immediate occasion. Hi :
finger wns over on the pulse of the
people ; they were always absolutely
in his power , whilst ho flittered ( hen
by appearing tj bo cntlroly in theirs
Ho would conciliate them , inspirr
pity , claim indulgence , throw himscl
upon their poncrosity , pretend to ox-
oil himself , to labor under n depress
ins ; sGiuo nf failure , oven mnko capi
tnl out of hia poor cough ; and then ho
was so deeply wounded , if aomo very
mild joke 1 ailed to elicit applause , tlm
ho would stop nnd look reproachfully
at the pcoplo until they shook will
with a now sense of the abaurb situa
tion. At other times , when inter-
ruptcil by laughter , ho would Ioo1 <
round with surprise and fay , "I did
not expect you to laugh at that. 1
can throw oil' numbers of these little
things , but I assure- you I can do hot
ter than that.
When ho opened his Iccturo on the
Mormons at the Egyptian llnll , ho
said quite apologetically : "I don't
expect to do much here , but I liavo
thobght if I could make money enough
to buy mo a passaco to New Xcaland
J should feel that I had not lived in
vain. I'd rather live in Margate or
The heat wns most opprosoivo and
the hall very crowded the day I was
there , and looking up to the roof , ho
continued : "Hut I wish whou the
Egyptians built ihis hall ( a burst of
laughter ) they hnd not forgotten the
ventilation , " Apropos'of nothing at
all , n little further on ho observed , "I
really don't care for money ; I only
travel around to show luy clothes.
This was a fnvoritp joke of his : ho
would look with a piteous expression
of discomfort and almost misery nt his
black trousnra and swallow-tail coat , n
coatumo in which ho said ho was al
ways moat wretched. "Theso clothes
I have on , " ho continued , "woro n
great success in America" ( and then
ijuito irrclvcantly and rather hastily ,
"how often do largo fortunes ruin
young men. I should like to bo ruin
ed , but I can get on very well ns 1
am ! " So the Iccturo dribbled on with
little fragments of impertinent bio
graphj' , moro pegs for slender witi
cisms like this ; "When quito a child
I used to draw on wood ; I drown
small cartloan of raw material over a
wooden bridge ; the people of the vil-
liago noticed mo ; I dr < nv their atten
tion ; they said I hnd n tuturo before
mo ; up to that time I had nn idea it
was behind mo. " Or this : "I became
a man ; I have always boon mixed up
with art. I have an uncio who takes
photographs , and I have n servant
who takes anything ho can got his
hands on. "
But Ward was sometimes besides a ,
a sparkling humorist ; ho was a man of
character and principle ; there was
nothing of the advouturo very little
ovou of the speculator about him.
Even in the depths of comedy ho was
always un the side of justice and vir
tue , and not with the big battalions.
"I ax thuso questions" ( about Louis
Napoleon ) , Bays the showman , "my
royal duke and most noble highness
and impo.'iala , because I'm [ anxious to
know how ho stands ns a man. I
know lio'a- smart , lie is cunnin' , ho
In long-headed , ho is grate ; but unless
ho is good , ho'll come down with a
crash ono nf these daysand the Bony-
partes will bo busted up again. Bet
yer lifo. " Those comic bht prophetic
words were written rwheu the late Em
peror was at the climax of his power ,
and about the time it was so much the
fashion to call the Second Empire a
Artemus AVard was a worthy and
lovable man ; ho was sound , blameless ,
shrewd , sensitive , and adectionato.
His devotion to his mother was like
that ofi little child ; her comfort and
happiness constantly uppermost in his
thought * . A' . ODO time ho wanted to
get her to England alas , it would
only have been to weep over his grave !
At another ho thought of going homo
to live with her after mekiny hia for
tune , liis fame ho valued quito as
much for the pleasure it gave the old
lady as for the cash it brought him
Ho was the natural fee of bigotry ,
Pocksnilliamsm and immorality of
every kind. There are many hits at
hppocritcs , formolists , shams , and ro-
ligisus scourdrels ; but throughout thu
whole of his works you will not find
10 sneer at virtue or religion , and in
spite of a few broad jokes not quito in
European taato , there is not ono :
really loose or unguarded thought.
The Times said of his lecluro on the
Mormons , "It is utterly free from offence -
fence , though the opportunities of of
fence nro obviously numerous ; not
oniy nro his jokes irresistible , but his
shrewd remarks prove him to bo a man
of reflection as well as consummate
liumoritH , "I never stain my pages , "
writes Artomus , "with oven mild pro-
fanitp ; in the lirst place it is wicked ,
and in the second it is not funny. "
A Vexed Clergyman.
Kvcn the patipuca of Job would become
exhausted wore he a preacher nnd tiule.iv
oring to inteicst bin audience while they
were keeping up nil incressnnt cinigliitifr
making it impuHaiblo for him to ho heard ,
Yet , how veiy ensy c.m nil this bo avoided
by simply using Dr. King'ft New I.UBCOVC-
for Consumption , Coughs and Colds.
Trial Bottles given away nt Schrutcr & , 1
Becht'H drug Btoio.
To Nervous Sutterers
THE QHEAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B , Simpson's Specific
It 13 pontlvecuro lorUpermitoiibct , Semln *
tveaxacwti , ImjxiUncy , and nil dleoasei roeultlox
Iroin Kul/.Abute , in , llcnUl Atulf.y , tionai
Memory , 1'alnnln tlio Hack or Bide , nnd dlecsue ]
tUt load to
1 Medicine Ii
Mnt free to til. Wilto lei them cd
Price , - Spoeiac , 11.00 per packess , or ilz p ck B
afC3.Ior-5.00. Addrcsa til ordcra to
U. 8IM80N11KLUCINK CO.
Nos. 101 and 108 Main St. UuBilg , N. Y.
SoH In Om lu try 0. F. Goodman , J , W. BeU , fj
K , [ Jli , and dl druKKlitaorerywbore.
< t .dftvr
Cuming Street ,
J. J. NOBES
. . , Propr.
Fresh and Salt Meats of all
Kinds , Poultry , Pish , &o. ,
in Season , 2or
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
And nil PoluU Enit nnd South-Eatt.
Nearly J OiO jnllM Solid Smooth Steel Track'
All coniHctlonsnre mjvlc In UNION DbPOTS
It has a Natlninl Kcpntatlon us lelnc the
Great Through Car Line , niul Ii unhcrnAlly
contedcil to liu thn FINEbT EQUIPPED Hall-
rcml Inthouoilil fornllcla s.-guf trn\rl.
Try It muljmi will flml traveling n liuiny
Instcaj ol illjconifnrt.
Through Tickets > Ii this Celebrated Line for
salo'nt nil aiders In tlio West.
All IntoMiutlon nliout Hates o ( Knre , HCCL
Car.\eoctnmoilitlons , Tlmo Tables , .lie. , ulllbu
cheerfully gl\tn liv npiil\lnliu t3
T. J. t'OTTEIT ,
2d Vl -1'ro-'t .t Ocn. J
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
( Jen. I'ftHscni'.cr c' . Chleasro ,
W. J. DAVKNI'OIIT ,
Ucii Apcnt , Council ItlulTj.
II. I1. DOKM. , Ticket Ajtt
morn vly \
West for lislnfj the most direct , quickest , tn
witat line cor.r.ectlnc the L'rc.it Metropolis , CHI
MOO , nnd the KADTIIRK , Nonrn-KASTKiw , IJ n
and BouTii-KutBRN LINUS , which terminate there ,
Vlth KAIiSAI Clir , LlUVXNWORTH , AtOOISON ,
COUNCIL Dims and OiUIll , the UauuUROUl
CHNr/i3 dom nhlch radlato
EVERY LINE OF RSAD
hat penotratoa tbo Continent from the Mlmour
Uver to the I'aclflo Slopo. The
OHIOAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
o tha only line from Cliic&go owning trace In
Kansas , orhlch , by 1U own road , reaches til
lolnti nbcvo nimcj. No TIIANSPBUJ nr CAHCIAQX
lo HIMIXO covNncno : < 3l No huddlini ; In ill
ventilated or unclean cars , M CYCTV lUiiarngcr
carried In roomy , clean nnd vcollmcd crachca
ifion Faot Uxnrojs Trains
DAT CAna ol unrivaled ra\tnincenco ; , FDLUIAK
? AfcACi StBei' a CARS , nnd ourownwcrU-faniou !
JIKINO CARI , upon which inonls are ccrrod of nn-
8urn.,33od excellence , nt the low rate ol BKVKS-Y
Visa Cmrrti IAUII , with ample tlmo fcr hcilthtu
Through Curs between Chicago , Pcotln , Mil
vraukeo and Missouri Hirer Volnts : nnd close ecu
nectlonu nt c.11 poluii ol Intersection with othei
Wo ticket ( do not forgot this ) directly to ovcrv
ihco of Importance In Kanuae , Ncbraiku. , Uli-k
Illln , H'yomlnp.'Utfth. Tdiho , Nevada , Cttlliorr.'j
Oregon , v/oshlngton Tcirltory , Colorado , Arizona
and tfe'.v Mexico.
Ao',1 bcral arraKRomcnta repaminsr Lasrjafc'a
any other line , nn < l ratei of faro nlnaya iu4 ow nj
comiKtltore , who furnish but tltha o the com
ort.Dog9 nnd tackle of uportsmon free.
TlcitotJ. mapa and foldcra at all prlnclpt
oQlcea In i the UnltoJ StatirJ and Canada.
11. B. CABLE , U. ST. JOHN ,
Vice I'rea't It Ocu. Qcn , Tkt
Uanurcr. ( ! hlaio
Arranged by Hnraugarl Maon-
C N L Y" $90 ,
InthoiCablH foriUound Trip.
"rom .New York to Atnworp and
Kcw York Juno 10 , 1P82 , on tlio
liu new nn a eplcm/id / Mall Utcamer ItrlKcnla
i 'riettirn tickets Kootl ° e yeur OI1 nn > '
learner of thu Ucd btar Iilno.
ASTRallroad Fnro from Antwerp to
PurlB. unly $1.60.
Tlcketf , I Prospectus and nil Information
Onlytobelmd from M. & . I ? . BUnQHEIM ,
Uookscller. , 404 Vine Gtreet , Cincinnati ! , O
The Cincinnati ! Hnrugari Mannor-
olior. . .
_ npl-mKo-ov -
DBESS-IAKERS' COMPANION ,
It iilalta Iroji J-ltiol a n Inch to
wlilth In the coarieut ( eltn or llucst nl1k
1J It 1 ilocH all kinds and vtylca of I lattlnj ; In use.
No J lidy that docu her own dreau-maklnu can
afford to do without one M ntca iilaltliij ? IB
never out of fashion , II ccn It kclls luolf. For
llachlncs , Clrculan or A nt'u tenna addrcaa
CONQAR & CO. ,
113 AilainaSt. Cblenco III ,
Murray & Lanman's
Best for TOILET. BATH
J. C. ELLIOTT & CO.
Plumbing , Steam & Gas FifctingI
rurbine Water Motor ,
Jiuso n > eer.K } is
Pumps , Plpo Fit t flic and Brnsi
, 14th and Ilarnoy , Omaha , Nob.
A WATtB MOIOKlNC'O.NBIAStOniSiiI10.t.
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
n's , Boys' and Children's !
Ready for Inspection
Palace ( Ming House ,
THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED
1310 Farnnm Street , Near 14th.
Under Boyd's Opera Housed
Are noW daily receiving large Stocks of
And invite the people to call and examine
! Low Price s !
AND SQUARE DEALING AT THE
"Opera House Shoe Store. "
Is Now Located in His New Store ,
One Door East of the New York Dry Goods Store.
AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS ; :
NEW STOCK OF SPRING SUITS ! LARGEST VARIETY
OF BOY'S 'AND ' CHILDREN'S ' SUITS EVER SEEN !
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
The Oldest "Wholesale and
in'Omaha. Visitors can here
find all novelties in SIL
VER WARE , CLOCKS ,
Rich and Stylish Jewelry ,
vhe Latest , Most Artistic ,
and Choicest Selections in
RECIOU S STONES and
all descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as LowPri ,
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
III THE WEST I
General Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos and
Organs manufactured ,
Our prices are as Low as
any Eastern Manufacturer
Pianos and Organs sold
for cash or installments at
A SPLENDID stock of
Steinway Pianos , Knahe
Pianos , vose & Son's Pi
anos , and other makes.
Also Clough & Warren ,
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Do
not fail to see us before pur
MAX-MEYER & BRO. , :
MANUFACTURERS OF : SHOW GASES
Large Stock Always on Hand.
Dpera House Clothing Store !
J" . IP. LTTIiTD.
Dally Arrivals of Now Snriug Goods in
nothing and Gent's ' Furnishing Goods
GOODS MARKED IN PLIAN FIGURES ,
Anil Sold At
, "STRICTLY ONE PRICE I"
il'am selling the Celebrated Wilson Bro/s Fine Shirts , known
is the BEST Fitting and Moat Durable Shirts Mude ,
217 SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET.
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