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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JF.RTDAY. APRIL 11882-
THE JOYFUL GENTILES.
The Mormons Already Dispoa
of Their ) Superflu
ous "Ribs. "
A Variety of Horns From the Junction
Corrcjpomlfnre of The llet.
OODEX , UTAH , April 3. The past
few weeks in Utah have be n full ol
Interest to the musses. During dis
cussion on the Edmuds bill in co
gross , both parties in Utah watched
the proceedings very closely , and the
Unal passage of the bill was hailed
with delight by the non-Mormons ,
who hope that it will bo effectual in
wiping out polygamy in the territory. .
At this time there ii much anxiety
over the selection of commissioners
nndor the bill. Prominent men in
Utah are spoken of as likely to bo op-
pointed , while there is a fear that the
president will make his selection from
among politicians in the east , who arc
clamoring for office and arc willing to
tko anything for the uako of oflico ,
Unfortunately there is a feeling in the
east that Utah is a iorl of grave yard
to aond broken down politicians to got
them out of the way. A bad mat
becomes fastened upon some depart
tnent , and ho has such a hold on ofiico
through BOtno relative to his wife thn
ho is often kept there notwithstand
ing the clamoring of local politicians.
Finally some ofiico become * vacant in
one of the territories , and then the
senator or congressman who has boor
trying for years to cot Jones out ol
the way , discovers that ho is a fit man
to send out to that territory , ahd heat
at once goes off and aska the president
to send Jones to fill the place. Utah
has been cursed with just such men
in official positions , but wo think
the day has passed when bad
men should bo sent hero. Oar pres
ent federal ofiico holders arc men thai
loyal citizens are proud of , and in the
history of Utah there never has boon
a time when it was moro important to
hare true and good men in oflice hero
than at the present time. It is very
hard to calculate the results of the
bill , and yet wo already see some of the
effects of it. Wo are told ol several
polygamists getting rid of aomo of
their women. Ono case the man waa
offered a divorce from his legal wife if
ha wished to leave her and cleave to
the second ; but in this the wife of his
first love conquered and bo sent off
the other woman.
In Ogden a few evening after the
paasagn of the bill , the city council
was called together and six members
resigned , ono after another , and their
places were filled by the others. There
are nine members in the council , and
the six wcro all pplygamist , their
places being filled with monogamist.
This course has been pursued by offi
cials all over the territory whore the
places could bo filled by appointment
Railway building in the West prom-
IBOS to bo loss lively than it was last
year , and yet plans are out for much
moro than any former season. Rail
way complications are liable to defeat
rapid building of new linns. Each of
the prominent companies aoem to be
watching the movements of the others ,
like players in a game of chess , and
the constructing of now lines and ex
tension of other lines seem to depend
-very much on the movements of
others , as in the pamo of chess.
The winter has been a long and cold
one , but now it is almost summer
weather. The hills are well covered
with snow and wo are promised a fruit
The murder of E. Durnall at Park
City , of which THE BKU had a tele '
graphic account , cast a gloom for the
time over that mining town. -
At the sitting of the United States
Court in this city in May , there will .
bo n trial three murderers besides
ono mail robber and many other criminal irYi
\Vo are in hopes of having shops here
for doing the work of the Union alK
Pacific. This is the natural center for K
ouch work for th'o Union Pacific , Utah bt
& Northern , Orogun Short Line and to
the Utah Central' all Ol
, belonging to the
aamo management , and it is hoped a nr
largo foundry , machine , and other Is
shops will bo erected hero to do this
The Union Pacific shops at Evanston -
ton were lately burned , and as Ogden
IB a much bettor place ftr the location
of such works it is most probable that
the shops will come here instead of
"being ro-orortod t Kvanston.
The Utah & Northern and the
Centaal Pacific roads have both boon
much annoyed with enow and water
the past few weeks , but it is hoped
that the delay of trains will not take
place hereafter. The delays have
very much interfered with business
and have cost the companies heavily.
Emigration to the Wood lUvor
country has already sot in , but the
condition of the country is such that
no proapocting can bo done at present ,
and the snow will not bo out of the
way for aomo time. Three or four
weeks from this time will bo soon
enough for persona to start there in
hopes of getting to business at onco.
Those who go sooner will lose time
and suffer much from difficulty in
getting around after having a hard
trio to reach thoro.
The emigration to Montana is al
ready very largo , the Utah & North
ern trains going out crowded every
The &Tasbor and the Terrier ,
New York Star ,
A woman and terrier dog roaohud
the Union depot , yesterday , half at
hour before the time of the Grand
Trunk line train for .Buffalo , and ,
while the woman em down in the
waiting-room , as the beat thing oho
could do , the dog undo the tour ol
the room several tiinoi , and then
curled up on a coat not fcr away , to
get a wink of Bleep , before being
turned over to the tender care of the
"baggage-man. All things were so-so ,
when a young man , with a good deal
of cano , and watch-chain , and neck \ \
tie , sauntered in , and took a cool sur
vey of the various females , The ono
nearest the dog not pnly had a younc by
and pleasant face , but she was all ry
Alone. After satisfying himself of
this , the young man advanced , made
a graceful bow , nd inquired :
"Beg pardon , but do you go east ?
She nodded. |
"Ah ! I thought so. If you have
any bnggngo , I shall bo moat hnppy
ah shall bo most happy - "
IIo had all the time been preparing t
to sit down beside her on the dog.
and the sentence was not yet finished
when he sank gracefully back. Som
dogs hove boon sot down on so ofto
that they don't mind it , but this terrier
rior had always been a pampered pet
and had been guen proper timo. t
sh ko oir sloop and get his legs undo
him , When suddenly hurled undo
140 pounds of masher his ideas mus
have been terribly confused , but no
long. A clock couldn't have ticket
over six times when the young mo
began to rise up and whoon , and h
was scarcely up when ho made a cours
for the door which upset every band
box and satchel for a width of toi
feet. As ho wont out of the door
black object lot go of him and trotted
back , and it was only who the dog
began rubbing himself against th
baseboard to restore himself to hi
former round shape that any ono wa
able to discover why the fronziec
young man had loft in such a hurry
A SHOWER OP VITRIOL -
Poured Over the Head of n Boautlfu
1'hlUJelpliU llccord , April 8.
Miss Mollie Boyer , a bewitching
young girl of 17 ? whosn handsom
eyes , fair complexion and wealth o
dark tresses are not less charminj
than her gentle disposition , was
brutally drenched with vitriol on Sat
urday evening , about ! > o'clock , as nho
utwi entering her father's residence
wiN o. 1910 Morvino street. The awfu
iquid struck her almost full in the
'ace , and burned like coals of fire into
thai tender flesh. Throe of her young
ady friends , who worp bidding her
; ood-by from the opposite side of the
itreot : , saw the liquid fire pouring
from the third-story window of the
loighboring house , and witnessed will
lorror the awful havoc i
lad made , as it splashed
n a torrent upon the hcac
md shoulders and facoof their friend.
ana , the aim of the assailant boon bot-
er : there would have been no escape
' rom horrible mutilation , and proba-
bl ly ; from death , for the victim. Some
ofr the vitriol was thrown upon the
> ricks of the house front , and some oi
t stuck to the window shutters in its
lescont , leaving a terribly suggestive
ilackoning streak in its course. Miss
tlollio was blinded by the blistering
shower , and fell with a cry of agonjj
nto the arms of her sister , who had
come to the door to admit her. The
coo young girl was taken into the
IOUBO , and the vitroil as quickly as
> ossiblo was wiped from her faco. II
vas found that ono of her eyes had
) eon dreadfully burned , and a portion
ofGi her hair burned from her head.
jroat red splotches were blistered allover
ever her cheeks , and her shoulders
were ( badly burned , Misi Mollio's sister -
tor fortunately escaped injury , but anew
now and handsome silk dtoss which
she was wearing for the first time was
The motive for such an outrageous
assault is shrouded in mystery. Mr.
Tohn E. Keys and his wife occupy the
louse from which the vitriol was
hrown , their four year old son being
the only other occupant of the resi
dence. Some of the young lody
ricnds of Miss Hoynr who saw the
vitriol thrown say that they saw .an
elK lady , who it is < supposed wai Mrs.
Eveys , lean out of the third story win
dow from which the fluid came , as if
wi the effect of the deadly
sh . The
two iamilios are not ac
quainted , and no trouble oi any kind
las occurred between them.
Mrs. Keys , who is suspected of hav-
ng thrown the vitriol , is an old lady ,
md the neighbors say possesses a via-
ont temper. She and her husband
recently moved into the house No.
1912 Morvino street , which they after-
-vard purchased. As soon as Miss
Bayer's father arrived at homo a po-
.iceman was summoned , but ho was
lot able to got into the house , which
md boon locked and tightly shut up.
Yesterday the house was closed and
al the windows barred and bolted.
A warrant for the arrest of Mrs.
Keys will be sworn out this morning ,
but as yet there is absolutely no clew
the motive rf the assault , cxcont
ono based upon the general belief
among the neighbors that the woman
Another Kind of Doctor's bliop.
Old Bill McGnmmon , who keeps a
jrocery store in the suburbs of Aus
tin , is ono of the closest men in the
state of Texas , and ho abbreviates
his words in writing. Ho abbreviated
the nambs on the drawers and boxes
of contents in his grocery , instead of
painting the names in full. For
instance , ho painted on the sugar
barrel "Ur , Sugar" for brown sugar
and so on ,
List Tuesday a fooblo-looking
stranger dropped into Bill McOam-
mon's store , und after looking around ,
"Is Dr. Prunes in ? "
Old McGammon stared , and said
ho reckoned not ,
"Is Dr. Codfish in , then ? " asked
"No , ho is not , " said old JlcGam-
mon , emphatically ,
"Then toll Dr. Oherrioo I would
like to see him , if ho is at loi.suru. "
"You got out of hero. I believe
you have escaped from the lunatic
asylum. This ain't no medicine col
lege ; this is u grocery , " retorted
old McGammon , getting rod in the
"If this is a grocery store , then
you had better carry back them doc-
tors' signs to whcro you stole them
from , " responded the atrangor , stroll
Old McGammon looked where the
Hlrangor had pointed , and for the first
time noticed the result of his abbreviating
viating the word "Dried" into "Dr.,1
for on the drawers ho read , in largo
lottew ; Dr. Prunes , Dr. Poaches ,
Dr , Oodllsh , Dr. Cherries , Dr. Pens ,
Dr , Apnlos , Dr. Huuf ,
A Vexed Clergyman.
Kven tlie patfpticj of Job would become
exhauiiteil were lie a preacher nnd eiuloav
oring to Intejcst lilt atulitnce while they
\\ura keeping up nu Inereannut coucbine
inaklii ! ; it Impossible for Mm to he heard.
let , how Aery c.uycan all this be molded
simply using Dr. Kin 's New Dlscove-
for Consumption , Coughs and Colds.
TrialUottleaKhen away at Hchroter ic
JJecht u drug store.
A REAL ROMANCE.
A Capitalist from the Rocky Moun
tains MatTloa a Chambermaid.
St. Louis Rtpubl'can , April 4.
A rugged lookingcapilnliat from the
wild canyons of the Ilooky moun
tains , named Jnnioa .Tones , is now the
hero of a social sensation which , nince
yesterday morning , has produced no
small commotion among boarders at
the Planters' house , where ho is slopping -
ping , llo retired early Sunday night ,
but found himself too restless to
sloop , During his fitful attempts to
slumber the idea worked itself into
hia brain that it would bo unwise for
him to return to the rriilches _ of the
Ilockioa without n wifo. This idea
troubled him to such an extent that
ho arose yesterday morning nt.5 o'clock
aud started out in ooarch of a help-
niftt.o. Among the first persons hemet
met , after leaving hia room at that
early hour , was n chambermaid , who
goes by the name of "Dutch Mary. "
In an olfhand businoes-liko way pecu
liar to men who hail from the mining
districts of the far west ho told the
chambermaid that ho waa looking for
a bettor-half and aakcd her if slio
wouldn't become hia brido.
"Och , no ! " replied Mary , "I don't
want to have anything to do with you ,
1 don't know you. llow do yon ox-
poet mo to know you I Of course I
won't marry you. "
After saying this Mary turned on
her heels and
WENT AnOCT 1IEII WOUK ,
but poor Jones took heart in the
thought that there were plenty of as
pretty chambermaids circulating
around as over wcro caught. Ho ac
cordingly continued his persistent
search until ho ran across "French
Florence. " To Florence ho proposed
bluntly , and aho bluntly refused , say
ing that "aho wouldn't do anything of
the kind if she know herself and she
thought she did. "
By this time the mountaineer began
to fool blue , as there were no other
chambermaids in sight. However , af
ter a moment's reflection ho concluded
to "tacklo" Dutch Mary again. Ho
wont back to her and duplicated hia
appeal , when she relented and said :
"Why , yes , my dear , of course ;
1 WILL MAURY YOU TO-MonilOW. "
This anawor made the ardent lover's
heart leap with joy and was the causa
of hia returning to the hotel , after a
short tour about the city , with any
amount of stun" which ho laid at the
foot of hia intended , as presents.
During his tour about the city ho pur
chased her a § 175 silk dress ; a $22
parasol , a gold watch and chain and
two elegant gold rings , heavier than
those worn by any of the lady guests
at the Planters' . This display of lib
erality astonished every ono , aa people
looked upon Jones as some common
hack , possessing
NK1TUEU FltinNDS JfOIl MONEY.
It if ) useless to say that the agony of
"French Florence , " as she looked at
"Dutch Mary's" pile of tinory , was al
"Well , " said ahe , addressing Mary ,
"ho asked mo first. "
"No ho didn't "
, neither , retorted
Mary. "Ho asked mo , and I refused
him , and then ho asked mo again.
That's how it comes. "
When some of the ladies inquired of
Mary where she expected to make her
future homo , she said , "Why , in the
Rocky mountains , of course. That's
where ho lives. "
The wedding in grand style takes
Elaco at the Planter1 to-day. Jones
i about -10 years of ago.and the bride
Nothing Oonld Bo Stronger.
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ST. Louis , Mo. , Jan. 20 , 1881. j
H. ff. WAHNEU & Co. : Sirs-1
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during my entire life.
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C. SPECHT ,
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OMAHA , - - - NEB.
Dormer Windows , Finials ,
TIN , IRON fi SLATE-ROOFING ,
Specht'a Patent Metalio Sky-
Patent Aduttable | Ratchet Bar and
am the general Btato Agent for the above
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Draftings , Balustrade ! , VerandasK > mce and
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R'uHnl ] ir | x > alt , lrdor.nl , In dui > llcat ifor the
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Quartermaster , iieputmm of the t'latto , A
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noon , on Monday , May 1 t , 1852.
ontract to l > o rewanted to the lowc t ie pon-
slblu bidder , subject uthoappiotAl ol tlio do-
lartmcntof the Interior.
Proposals wmt utato lonijtli of time required
for complain of building , alter ni.jiro\al . of
uonlr.ct , and rnuit bo aeioiupaulod by a certified
ihock upon some U 'ted titates Depotltor tax In
able to the order of the undesigned for at least
IU ( t > ) per cent ol thu amount of the pro-
pou ) , nhlch rheel : eliall lu forfeited to Ilia
HHed Stu is In case an > bidder Jecchlnu the
award , thall fall to uiecuto prcmptlr a rontract
vlth ( rood and vnlllclcnt surctl > B , actordl L-to
the turns of hia yd. otlierwlio to IKJ returned
to tllU lllllllT.
Slain bulldlny U to'jo two itory OUO , nd >
illt'oiu ta bg uno tory UiMOO , ol lumbir , ( >
Kor further InforniUlon rnldrcM undt lincd
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COUNSELOR " . AT- LAW
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tton. The Truth of thne testimonials la also-
lute , nor can the facts .they announce bo Ig
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eos City and St Paul , U Council Bluffs and
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Trains leave Union Fad DC Transfer ai Couu
ell Bluffs , uf7S5 : p. m. dolly on arrival of Kansaf
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the South. Arriving at Stonx City 11:36 : p. m. ,
and at the New Union Depot at 8t. Paul at 12.30
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tSTSea that your Ticket * read via the "Sioux
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Superintendent. Gen'l Pool. Agent.
P. E. ROBINSON , Au't Gen'l Pass. Apt. ,
Missouri Valley , Io .
W. E. DAVIS , Southwestern ARent ,
round niiitTn Inw
1880. SKORTJ.1NE. 1880 ,
3KANSAS CITY ,
3t. Joe & Council Bluffs
U TUI 03LY
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AMD TUB EAST
Prom Omaha and the Weat.
Ho change of care between Omaha and BI. j uli ,
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CA8TERN AND WEaTKRN CITIES vrtth LESS
OHAJUK3 and IN ADVANCE cf AU.
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ThU entire Una It vquirixii with tnllman'i
Pultce RUrplne Cure , PaUcd bay CoachcitMlUei'
Safety Flatforui and Coupler , und the twoWntcd
tST&eo that > out Utkct reUl VIA nANHAS
C1TV , kT. JOSEPH i. COUNCIL ULUf S XU II
road , \U bt. Joseph tiid St. Loula.
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Ceil. 1'au. and Ticket AKI. , bt. Joaepa , Mo.
AUDT IIOODKS , Ticket A gent ,
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4 , 11 , lUtaikD Unncral Ayont ,
ORAIG'S OITY GEEEN HOUSE
now open to the iniblb with a full supply o
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For Sale , We will bo find to nave the public
call and ceo U3 >
Bouquets or Any Floral Design Made
ON THE BHOKTKbT NOTICE.
City Green House , s. W , Cor 17th anil Web' '
Ur , ono block from U'tli utrotit CIM. Nursery ,
Jju fctrixt : , pppo lto Koit , Jas. Y. Cralir , I'lorut
ami rjtHlaviiHl nlripr Vcli'J.iiin
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| tfenous Debility , VI-
tnl Exhaustion , Kmls-
Nlonp , Seminal Weak-
lncs e9LOaT MAN
HOOD , and all the
i 11 effects ot jouth-
ful follies and execs-
tea. It stops perma
nently all weakening.
Involuntary loss sand
drains upon the BJB-
tern , thpinoiltablo rc-
'suit ' of these oul prac
tices , which rb so dcstruotli o to mind and body
and make Ilfo miserable , often leading to Insani
ty and death It strengthens the Ken eiBraln ,
( inemorjf Blood , JIusclcs , PIgestUo and Repro-
ducth e Orgms , It restores f > all the onranlc
funjtlns their former ilgor and vItallty , ma
king life cheerful and enjoyable. Price , ? 3 a
' )0ttle , or four times the qaamlty ? 10. Sent by
cxprces. secure from observation , to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. C. O. D. sent , except
on receipt of 31 as a puarantee. Letters re
questing answers must inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills
are tb s best and cheapest djepcpsla and billions
cure in the market. Bold by all druggists. Frico
DR MINTIR'S KID.NIT Reurar , NEPRBTICUM ,
Cures til kind of Kidney and bladder complalnte ,
gonorrhea , gleet and leucorrhca. For ealo oy all
uau gists : gl a bottle.
ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
718 Olho St. , St. Louis , Mo.
For Sale In Omaha by
C. F. GOODMAN.
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Or. J. B. Simpson's Specific
It Is a positive euro for Upermatoirhea , Scmlna
Weakness. Impotancy , and all dleeaaea resulting
from Solf- Abuse , aa UcnUl Anxiety , LOJJI
Memory. Pains In the Back or Bide , and diseases
- - - that lead to
boln ? raid
nc lieu to all.iUe fcr them and get full par-
Prlrc , SpeclHc , 1.00 per package , or six packages -
ages for Jl.CC. Addrc o all orders to
U. SIMEON MEDICINE CO.
Nos 101 and 100 Main SL Bnffulo , K. 7.
SoM in Omaha by 0. F. Goodman , J. W. Bell ,
J , K. Isb. and ail druccUWevcrywhore.S
> S . 2w
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK The OrcatjRADE MARK
edy. An un
rhea , Impot-
cncy , and all
ot AFTER TAKIBQ.
Self-Abuse ; as Loss of Memory , Untfcrsal Lassi
tude , Pain In the Back , Dimness of Vision , Pre
mature Old Age , and many other Diseases that
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema
XarFull particulars In our pamohlet , which
wo desire to send free IP mall to c\ cry one.
jtaTTho Specific Medicine la told by all druggists
at II per package , or 0 packijjca for S5 , or will
bo sent free by mall on reel ptofthe money , by
addressing TIIKGRA aKDIClNECO. ,
Bcflalo , N. y.
n any stage
Old Sores ,
Cures When Hot Springs Fail
MAVIKV , ARK. , Maj 2.1ES1
\Vo ) mo citei In our onn town who Iliul at
Hot E'ilm8 [ ; , anil ucrollnally uuctlith S. S. H ,
JJ i CANNON &Miut\ ,
IK YOU doubt.como toroBua and WE WILL
CUIIE YOUlt OK thnrjfo nollilnj ' ! Write for
particulars and copy of little liook
to the Unfortunate ftulleriti , ' .
81,00(1 Howard will \ > o iialj to any
chemist vyho will Iliid , on analytic 100 bottled
B 8. ! ) . , ono lurtlcloof Mercury. lodlda 1'otM-
slum or any Mineral substance.
SWIM1 Sl'ECU'IC CO. Proju.
Price of Small * lte , $1.00.
Largo slio # 1.75.
SolJ by KCNNAHP BUGS , t CO. ,
ind Urtiirilsta Uc.-icrollv
S. KALISH ,
1 Door W , of Oruioksliank's ,
Ho ) now a fine coinplctu Stock of Sinlog flood I
consUtlutr of Frcnib , tnclleh nnd the best Do-
ucitic * . I'rlccslow ortheloncet. mh 1 >
HENRY LEHMANN ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
I 08 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA.
IVVKM A * tfV * "n * W""B rS * * W"T | HP TPi
JA . WAEEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
JE ir > , EJTC3.
MTSTATE AOENl FOR MILWAUKEE CEMKNI COMPANY
Near Union Pacific OMAHA , NEB
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER :
AND DEALER N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
WHOLESALE GBOGEB ,
1213 Farnhsm St. . Omaha. Nftb.
H. M. & M. PEAVY
1309 Farnham Street.
JEWELRY AND iUSIG HOUSE.
ANGELL , BOWEN & WHITE.
Fine Watches and Clocks. Pianos , the Stock and others.
Diamonds at Importers' Prices. Organs , Whitney & Holmes.
Jewelry , most Artistic Styles. Music Books , Sheet Music.
Silverware , an Elegant Stock , Accordians , Violins.
Spectacles , Eye Glasses , &c. Flutes and Fifes , Guitars.
Opera Glasses , Choice Assortment. Music Boxes , Harmonicas.
Engraving , in Best Styles. Violin Strings , Guitar Strings , &c.
Fine Repairing a Specialty. Inducements Superior to others. \
Jfrices in .Plain Figures. Our Motto , "Plain Figures. "
tSTAs we copy none of our competitors STYLES or ertisements we politely re
quest a return of the compliment.
Opera House Block. ANGELL , BOWEN & WHITE.
Opera House Clothing Store !
CT. IF. LTTZtsTD.
Daily Arrivals of Now Soring Goods In
Clothing and Bent's ' Furnishing .Goods
GOODS MARKED IN PLIAN FIGURES ,
And Sold At
"STRICTLY ONE PRICE I"
* -I am selling the Celebrated Wilson Bro.'s Fine Shirts , known
as the BEST Fitting and Most Durable Shirts Made.
217 SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET. ' rml8fldlIB
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JOBBERS OF
Si.I r23 >
JEWELEES1 TOOLS MDIATEEIALS
ALSO WES'miN AGENTS l-'Oll TJIE
Spectacles of the Celebrated STAR TINTED MAKE arolsoltl exj
elusively by kus ,
DIAMONDS IN LASGHS VARIETY ,
u1 t Hue of Sheet Musio , Eastern Prices Duplicated , '
EDHOLM & ERIOKSON ,
WHOLESALE JEWELERS , Opp. the Post jjOffice
OMAHA , ! - - - NEB.