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THE DAlLf BEE--FRIDAY JUNE 2 1882.
THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI.
Report of the Merchantb' Ex
change Committee ,
Who Visited the National Capital In
the Interest of River Improve
St. Louis Republican , Hay 30.
The committee appointed by the
MerohnnU1 oxchnngo to vi.-it Wash ,
ington in the interest of the Missis
sippi river improvement plans , recom
mended by the river commiBsion , sub
mitted to the board of directors the
following formal report concerning
their efforts before the proper con-
gresnional committee :
To the Prculdent and Board ot Directors of the
Merchants' Exchange :
GENTLEMEN : The undersigned ,
duly appointed and commissioned
delegates on behalf of the Merchants'
exchange , to proceed to Washington
and to Tabor for liberal appropriation ! )
for the improvement of the Missis
sippi river and its navigable tribu
taries , beg leave to present their re
port. Your delegates workod'pnrticu-
larly for appropriations for the Mis
sissippi , the Missouri and the Illinois
rivers , us their improvement was of
the greatest importance to the people
of this section of the country.
The oud aimed at waste
to procure for these rivers
the various sums recommended by the
river commission , and by the engin
eers in charge cf works not under the
actual control of the commission.
They poroistontly advocated the rec
ommendations of the commission for
the amount of $4,123,000 for chan
nel improvement from Cairo to Now
.Orleans. The commerce committee
of the Jiouso , which liavo the matter
in hand , have voted this amount ,
They have also agreed upon the sum
of $000,000 from the mouth of the
Illinois to Cairo. From the mouth
of the Illinois river to the Das Moines
rapids they have voted $200,000 , ; for
the DCS Moines rapid ? , $30,000 ; from
the rapids to St. i'aul , $250,000 ; for
improvements almotho falls of tilt.
Anthony , $10,000 ; and for continuing
operations on the reservoirs at the
headwaters of thu Mississippi , $300-
000. Those different amounts do nut
include appropriations for the various
harbors along the river nor for the
building and operating , of snag-boats.
The whole amount is given solely for
the improvement of the channel of
the Mississippi ,
IN THE INTEUKSTH OF NAVIGATION.
The commerce committee have also
voted $80j,000 ) for the improvement
of the channel of the Miasouri "river
from its mouth to Sioux City , Iowa ,
and $250,000 for the Illinois river.
Thoi total amount is throe times
crcnter than was ever obtained from
the central government at any one
session previous to this ; and there is
no doubt that these sums voted by the
committee will meet the approval of
both branches of the national legisla
Your delegates desire , in making
their report , to mention aomo of the
obstacles which had to bo overcome to
accomplish these desired results.
There are some members of congress
who opposed these appropriations in
interests not favorable to the granting
of aid for the improvement of any
waterway which was likely to become
a formidable rival in transportation.
This class , were few in number , vnd
their opposition much less than
formerly. They had little inclina
tion to resist the power of the public
sentiment of the west upon the ques
There was , however , another class
of enemies who made themselves felt
by a most determined opposition to
the plans of the river commission.
The methods employed by these men
men to carry out their project were
AH 11ABK AND AS UNJUST
as were over usod. Tlioy wore led by
John Oowdon , who made a bitter
fight against not only the plans
adopted by the commission , bul
against the competency and skill o !
the whole engineer corps of the United
States. Oowdon and his party are
what might bo termed speculators ii :
river improvement. Do presented
what is called the "outlet plan" as a
eubstituto for the plan already in
augurated by the commission , and ,
this ' 'outlet "
although plan" was
clearly shown to bo impractical , dan
gerous and contrary to all scientific
knowledge affecting the matter , ant
contrary to the experience of everyone
ono who had studied carefully the
phenomena of the current of the Mis
sissippi river , nevertheless ho wan
able to collect around himself a number
bor ot active members of the house
who labored incessantly for the pro
motion of his scheme ,
Cowdon , not content with n presentation
tation of his plan to the commiltui >
and allowing it to bo passed upon nc
cording to its merits , commenced it
the Washington newspapers , in ordut
to prejudice members against thum
a most violent attack both upon the
plans aad upon the characters and rep
utnlions of the individual members o
the commission , and ho used language
agninet them which , considering their
hiuh position , was an oflonco against
common decency and unfit to bo < | uo
ted in this report. Some luombora
gave aid to his plan as n disguise for
their hostility to river improvement ,
well Icnoiving that if the two plans ,
antagonistic to each other could bt
adopted , both would certainly fail. Alone
ono period of the controversy it scorn *
ed as if Cpwdcn would accomplish his
object , ,
TUB I'KUIL TO OUU INTEKE.STS
was imminent , and your delegates
were obliged to resort to a most thor
ough exposure of his whole scheme ;
ana when that exposure culminated
in a series of questions put to him
which ho answered before the cominit-
tee , there was not a member of it but
comprehended that Covrdon's interest !
in the improvement of the Muuisaipp
river depended upon the amount 01
money he could ootain from Uu > na
tional treasury for his own and the
advantage of his associates This fac
being made apparent by his own un
guarded confessions , his cliemo failcc
and the recommendations of the
river commission triumphed , Ii
is believed that had it not buen
for the work of your dolugah-s ,
and thoeo working with them , his
Kcherne would have succeeded , and the
fruit of our labors and that of tlio
people ef the MUniwippl valley , who
have labored for year * for the proper
improvement of the western water
ways , would , for this season at least ,
have proved a failure. Bettor judg
ment , however , prevailed , and wo be-
iievo from this time forward the com
bined power of the enemies of river
improvement will bo unable to thwart
the just demands of the people , and
the channels of these rivers will final
ly bo made safe and navigable through
out the whole year , and thus by open ,
frco and unhindered navigation , cheap
transportation of the bulky products
of tlio west will bo secured. Public
opinion upon a greatmattorln a coun
try like ours is only another name for
political opinion , and that opinion
now demands recognition of our claims
upon this great question of river im
provement , and it In able to enforce it
by ballot. JOHN HOOAN ,
GEOROE Ii.VniniiT. .
The report will bo acted upon by
the board of directors at their next
NoMnttor What Hupprnn
Vou mtiy rent wwircd that you nro Mifo In
liolnf ? upecdily cured by THOMAS' KLECTJIIO
On , , In all canes of rheumatism , nctirnltjia ,
toothncho , ota Olio trial only Is necessary
to prove Its efficacy.
Prosoocta Bright , Business Good and
the People Heppy.
Oorroipondonro of The Boo.
CENTIUL CITY , Nob. , May 30.
Merrick county is general and Central
City in particular , are moving along
and keeping pace with the progressive
ago. Notwithstanding a very wet
spring has boon our lot , crops look
splendid. A light snow on the 22A
varied the monotonyf but beyond
cooling things did no damages.
Many fine residences pro being
juilt in Central City. In fact wo
lave already many of that sort , and
with additions being made , wo can
ay claim to having the prettiest town
on the U. P. To add to its beauty
are the hundreds of trcos , of which wo
iclievo Central City has more than
ary other town of its aizo in all No-
0. W , Adams , U. P. agent , is
) oautifying his residence by building
a largo addition.
Morrick county gets over $20,000
r'oarly from the Union Pacifio in
L. 0. McBride , of Iowa , a brother
of Gun. J. 0. McBride , ia making
reparations to go into business hero.
Wo think him wise in picking Cen
tal City for a business location and a
The Central City house has been
orn to pieces' and fixed over , and wo
mvo now two as good hotels as can
> o found in the state.
A meeting was hold at the court
louse on Saturday evening laat to
orm an anti-monopoly league. Com-
nittees were appointed , and the moot-
ng adjourned to Juno 10th.
The great Do La Matyr , of green
back fame , will address the citizens of
this place next Thursday night.
A good part of our' citizens wont to
3rand Island on the 30th to attend
decoration services at that place.
The Nonpareil oflico is figuring for
a cylinder press , and that paper
announces that its publisher has
already purchased ono.
Central City has not yet got a
sroamery , but wants and needs ono
Metrick county is now being favored
with lots of aow comers , many of
whom are business men of moans 'and
who will greatly assist our business
Wo nlrno&t forgot to say that Mer
rick county , has lots of vacant land
awaiting settlement , and Central City
has lota o ! good business openings.
These looking for homes in the west
should not fail to give our county a
visit , for they are sure to bo satisfied
with its rare beauty and productive
ness , and those looking for business
openings will go for and search a long
while before they surpass or oven
equal Central City. This fact is
attested by the number of now acqui
sitions to our business circles.
The Omaha Herald recently stated
that there were clinch bugs in Mor
rick county. If there over were any
they were scarce , and the recent wol
weather has boon a "deadoner" on a )
Wo think Central City can boast ol
the handsomest court yard in the state
without exception. Wo invite com
Horaford'a Aold Plionpliato
IN NEKVOUH DE1IIL1TV.
Dr. Edwin F. Vosp , Portland , Mo. ,
says : "I have proscribed it for man }
of the various forms of nervous de
bility , and it has never failed to do
good. * * " lw
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * "
Made nn ferror.
This anting in Wyoming lua been
quito backward this year. Thu mag-
niilia and the broai leaf oottunwoot'
have been reluctant about blo-jming ,
and the pine apple trco has not yel
put on its vorduiu.
Yesterday a timid little houstlly
with * gauzy wings and low , Bad song ,
crawled out of an old mucilogo bottle
on The Hoomorang mahogany esorj-
toiro and looked around. Rip Van
W.inkli ) housolly then carefully tin-
packed n small punctuating machine
and went over toward the utovo to
get warm. Uis joints were still' and
liia hair pulled , Ho wusalso gummed
all over with mucilage and ho had
a seal brown taste in his mouth.
Ho had retired tp that old mucilage
bottle last October , when the wintry
blasts began to creep down from the
mountains , and ho had been there
llo backed up to the stove , spsead
his coat tails apart so as to warm tlio
dormer window of his ooul and looked
out of the window , Over in the
Black Hills about four miles from
town a snow storm covered the tops ol
the mountains and nettled half way
down Government canyon ,
The house fly shuddered and came
over to whore wo were writing. Ho
Bottled on our hand and the Boles of
his foot foil like ice. It was none ot
our butinesi , of course , and it was
nut of our line , but wo just said to
him that the best thing ho could do
would bo to reconsider this matter.
Wo told lam that Jus spring alarm
clock had made a mistake , no doubt.
aud gone oil" in January. 119 aoomod
to think that it must bo so , for ho
wished us a happy now year , rolled
up his punctuator again in a shawl
strap and wont back into his muciUgo
bottle with instructions to bo called in
tirno to catch the preserve season.
True to her Xrnat- ,
Too mucn cnnnnt be nai'l ' of the ever
faithful wlfo nml molher , constantly
Wfttclilni ? uml curliiB for her dear ncn ,
never npttlccting Mnsjle duty In their ba-
half. When they nro nMtllcit by disease ,
nnd the system sliou'd ' have a thorough
clonnsliif ' , , the ktnmnch nml bowels regu
lated , Moi ( I mi Ifiid , nnrt malarial poison
exterminated , slie muni know the that
Klccttlo IJIUern ro the only sure remedy.
They nro the best and purest tno ilciuo in
the world nn 1 only coit fifty centi. Sold
by O. P. Goodman
A Story About Zftcti Ohandlor.
Detroit Free 1'rctn.
Ono day in 1801 Senator Xich Chan
dler was a passenger nn the train from
OWOBBO to Linaing , and , strangely
enough , no ono in the car had any
idoit of his identity. Two men hod
the seat behind him , and from talking
of war they drifted tb politics , and ,
naturally enough , Chandler's iiamo
bocanio mixed up. Both men were
red-hot ngaintt him , and directly one
of them observed :
"It's a wonder to mu that some one
doesn't shoot the old blood-letter. "
"Oh , ho'll got his dose yet , and
don't you forgot it ! " replied the other.
The senator turned slowly around ,
took a good look at both , and then
"Gentlemen , lenso speak a little
lower I am Senator Chandler my
self ! "
Ho thought ho had them frozen
solid , but he was mistaken. Ho had
scarcely turned his head when ono of
them loaned forward and replied :
"That's all right , pard , it you can
boat the conductor with it ; but don't
try to stuff us ! Wo mot the old chap
back in Owoaso net an hour ago , wait
ing to go cast , and it cost mo § 22 in
cash and a silver watch to call his
liond ! If you've got a now racket trot
: l out wo are no giveaways ! "
The most wonderful and marvelous
success in cases where persons are
sick or wasting away from a condition
of miserablotiesp , that no ono knows
what ails them , ( profitable patients
For doctors , ) is obtained by the use of
Hop Bittors. They begin to euro
from the lirst doao and keep it up un
til perfect health and strength is re
stored. Whoever is olllictod in this
way need not sutler , when they can
; et Hop Bitters. [ Cincinnati Star.
Danger of Lassoing Cattle.
Wnlla Walla ( W. T. ) Union.
Capturing cattle by moans of a
torso and lasso is ill ways attended
with more or less danger , and many
Are the atones of daring riders who
lave boon violently dragged to death
or ruthlessly mangled and crushed by
i lioisa falling upon them.A t bc.tt it
s a dangerous business , full of luztrds
md rialts , and1 usually attended with
small profits. Last Saturday after
noon , while Henry Scholl was at-
to "beef-critter" in
; empting secure a -
; ho neighborhood of the North Paoi-
iio mills , ho mot with a slight accident
that nothing loss'than1 his coolness and
agility prevented from being attended
with serious results. He was mounted
on a horse and had jutt thrown the
lasso around the head of the steer ,
when the latter gave a sudden
turn in behind a tree while
running at full speed. As thu
horse was also on the run and
the ropu was entangled around one of
the young man's hands , it was evident
that when thu ropu tightened on the
true tlio rider would bo jerked in a
umnnor that would probably result
injuries or death. Seeing the emergency -
goncy in which ho WAS placed , Henry
at 0:100 lot go all hold on the horse ,
withdrew his feet from the stirrups ,
and full to the ground. Tlio steer
drugged him a shotc diattttico when it
was brought to to a stand-still. Par
ties in the neighborhood quickly
ruahed to the yount ; man's aid , and ,
releasing him from his perilous posi
tion , took charge of him until con
sciousness , which had left him when
ho struck the ground , had returned ,
and ho waa able to ride homo
Not a Beverage-
"They are not a beverage , but c
medicine , with curative properties ol
the highest degree , containing no pool
whisky or poisonous drugs. They dc
not tear down an already debilitated
system , but build it up. Ono bottle
contains moro hops , that is , more real
hop strength , than a barrel of ordinary
beer. Every druggist in Ilocheatoi
sells them , and the physicians pro
scribe them. " [ Evening Express on
The Man who Told tlio Doctor that "ho Mt
as II bo dklu't want to do an ) thin ? , " u < u tcciiaoi ]
ol lailiictn Yet thousicds experience tliU feel-
itij ? oeiicclally la nummcr In conucquenc * of a
duordciuj coudltlon a ! thu itomaclililcli a lew
rulicihlni-drau liti of TAKRAM'S BKLTZKK APEB.
IK.st woui i l > o turn to remedy.
BOMJ1Y AM , DUUOaUTri.
Murray Iron forks ,
Burlington Iowa ,
The Largest Iron Working Establishment
mont in the Stato. f
MANUFAOTUIIERS OF /
Steam Engines ,
The Howard Automatic Ouf-Oif
Steam Engine ,
Bead lor ClrcuUr * . m25tlm
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Saalacho , Soraness of the Chosi ,
Sout , Quinsy , Sere Throat , Swell-
infls and Sprains. Burns and
C- Scalds , General Bodily
ITaotn , Ear and l/aadachof frosted
Feet and Ears , and all ether
Pains and Ache * .
a on en t rth q l ST.
_ a fafetitrtitinplf nd chrap Extern * !
% * m l7. A trial tntalli but th comptntlrelj
Irtaing ontUy of CO Ont , nd ererj on * uS r.
< with piiln MO hurt chotp * nd pcilUn > is )
Dlr ctloni In Xleten
WT.D BT ALLDRVTQGISTB AHl/DEAlERS
A.T7OGELER & CO , ,
MCCARTHY & BUBKE ,
General Undertakers ,
a. S 2.3b T3 ? 3BC 35 T.
BotFnrnnm nod Donglng.
Metallic , Wood and Cloth Covered
CASKETS , , ,
SHROUDS , GRAPE , &o. ,
constantly on hand. Orders Iro-n the country
tollcilcd , and promut'y attended to. ni31-ly
Murray & Lamnan's
Best fir TOILET , BATH
and I ANDKERCHIEF.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICINE
TRADE MARK1" OrcatTRf JB MARK
rhea , Impotency -
ency , and all
Diseases that *
follow oa a
BEFCiRETAKIHQ.Boquence of AFTER TAIINQ.
Self-Abuse ; as Loss of Memory , Universal Lassi
tude , I'aln In the Bock , Dlmnesa of Vision , Pre
mature Old Age , and many other Diseases that
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema
tarFull particulars in our pamohlet , which
wo desire to Bend free t r mall to every one ,
49Tho Specific Medicine la sold by all druggists
at 81 per package , or 6 pickles for ? 5 , or will
bo sent free by mall on reel ptof the money , by
addressing THE OKA 1EDICINECO. ,
The feeble nd cmaciitea eutfcrlnir from dvs-
persiaorlndlgeitlon lnatirforiuareidvliied. ( for
the sake of their ow.i bodily end mental comfort ,
to try Ilostetter' * btomaoti B tttrs. lAcllos o (
the most del cato constitution test If to Its harm-
lots and restorative properties. rtiy lc ! n
everywhere , dlsgmtcd with the adultcr > ttd
liquors of < immerc9 , prescribe It at thecnfoet
and nioit reliable of all stoinachlcv ,
For sale by all drugglsta and dcalora generally
al to ml
Old Sores ,
B O I LS ,
/jures WJien Hot Springs Fail
1UV MJ , A K. , M y 8.1681
We have catei lu onr own town who lived at
Hot Sprlnirs , > nd were Uually cured with 8. 8. 8 ,
UCOAMIION A IIUBUT.
IP you aouttoomoto o us una \ b
CUIIK YOUH OH cluxrae uothtne 11 Write for
particular * and copy of llttlo Book
to tlio Unfortunate huHerlnw
T.OOl ) Howard wui " * , I1 ! ? * P " ?
ckciufitw bo will find , on onalytbi ICO tottlo
B. H. 8. , ouo particle of Mercury , Iodld PoU *
iluiu or uy Mineral lubsUnca.
BW T BPECIFIO CO. Vropi ,
Price of Small die , tl.CO.
" * "
L"K8olSly"ENNARD BK08.Ui 00
If yon sufTer from Djrpepsm , uw
If you arc afflicted with Blllouincn , usa
DUUDOCK BLOOD MITERS
It you are ptoetriftcd with sick Headache , take
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
K your Bovclg arc dlmrdcrcd , regulate them with
BURDOCK 11LOOD BITTERS.
H your Blood Is mpuro , purify tt with
BUHDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If youhavo Indigestion ) you will find on antidote
In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you are troubled with Sprlnjr Complaints , cr-
Kllcato them with BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTEHS.
If your Ltcrls tcrpH , restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your Liver Is alfoctcd , you will find a sura ro-
storatlvo In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you tmvoany species of Humor or Pimple , fall
not to toke BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If jou have nny symptoms ot Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the sys
tem , nothing con equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
tyst m with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKIIS.
Prlco. 01.00 ooi Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Cta
FOSTEE , HILBUBN , & Go , , Props ,
BUFFALO. N. V.
Sold at wholesale by Ish & UcMahon and C. F.
Ooodm&a. _ ] o 27 ooil-mo
Bjr If yotiiti < mnmn
\r offiu'incss.weuk- man ot
Mini l > y tlip trMn or terHrlli
vour duties avolt * niplit workt to
Stimulants and m \f bralnner r
Hop Bittern. H , IHO Hop B.
If you are yci'Jip on oitircrinjiSiomtii.y ti
discretion or illwlria 1 loll I It yniinn run ?
rtcn or nlsKio. old or -ounu , trou
po rhcaltb or iMipuun ine on ii I'
urnc , r lT on H O p Blttera.
Wioerer yon ore.
nhoncrcr jou net noallyfrora is > m3
that your sjrtcm form it K'.ono )
iitcde cleansing , ton- that niliilil
Ir.c or BtlmulatlnR , uavo bfen | > re'ntm
wUhonUnfoxfcalfnp , by i timely nsooJ
' .nlc Hop HcpSltter *
ftpi'a , htilnrv . Q.I. O
oruMnan/com. an tbsclu'v
flatni , disease' ' and Irrealita.
ot tlr * romacfc.
We en r ( i fci
ImctI * . Wood , Uruiifcennenn.
Urtr or nine * I use of oplud.
You will tin tfcllRCCOj O'
cii red If you me QUCCtlCtl.
Disease Is an effect , not a cause. It ? origin is
within ; Its manifestations without , ilcnce , to
euro the disease the cAi'SKrnuRt ba removed , and
In no other way can a cure over I o efTcottd.
"WARNER'S SAFE K1DNDY AND
liIVKK CURE Is established on jubt this
principle. It realizes that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arize from deranged kidneys and
liver , and It strikes at once ct the root of the
difficulty. The elements of which It Is composed
act directly upon these great otffu\a \ , both as a
FOOD ard RKMTORER , and , by placl&i ; them In a
healthy , condition , drive disease and pain from
For the Innumerable troub'es caused by un
healthy KldneyB , Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the distressing Dlsorderiof Women ; for Malaria.
am * phyelcil derangements generally , this great
remtdy ha * no equal. Beware of Impostors , im
itations and concoct Ions Bnlrt to bo Just as good.
For fcnlu by all dealers.
H. \VARNEB & CO. ,
me _ Hooliottor N. Y-
The Great English Kemedy
iNorcr falls to cine
Nervous Debility. VI-
tai Exhaustion , Kmls-
'lions. ' Seminal Wcak-
HOOD , and all the
evil cllects of youth *
( ul lollies and exces
ses. It stops perma
nently all weakening ,
Involuntary lossig and
drains upon the sys
tem , the Inevitable ro-
'suit ' of these evil prac
tices. which are BO destructive to mind and body
and make life miserable , ottcn leading to Ineanl-
tyanddcath. Ksiromjthons thoNencs.Ilrain ,
( memoryf Blood , Jlusclos , l > lgeilho andltcpro-
ductrte Organs , It restores to nil the or anlo
functl'-nn their former vigor and \ltal Jty , ma
king life cheerful and enjojable. 1'rico , J3 a
icttle , or four times the quantity $10. Hent by
express , secure from observation , to any address.
on receipt of price. No. U. 0. D. sent , except
un receipt of VI an a guarantee. Letters rj-
questing answers must Inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
ate tb > bctt and cheapest djepvpsln and blllloui
cure i the markit. bold by all druggists. 1'rlco
DB , ilium's KIIJNIIT HEUBDT , KtcBirricuu ,
Curosill tin Jot Kidney and bladder comnlilnte.
gonorrhea , gluet and loucorrhia. t'oi ealo by all
: 81 a bottle.
ENaLIQII MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
IlSOlho St. , St. Louis , Mo.
For Ealo In Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
To Nervous Sutterers
THE QHKAT EUROPEAN IIEMEDY.
Dr. J. B , SimpBon'o Speciflo
II Is ft positive euro ( or Brxnuttcubea , Bemlc *
WuokncM. Imix > Uncy , .nd all dlstiaca ronultlag
from Sdf-Atmw , M MonUl Anxiety , Loaai
Memory i F in In the Dick or Side , and djseteei
.no. . . * " * n SptloS
jDsanlty n ,
_ early gr ve
bcln ; u cd
( ul Bucceoa.
cut me to Ml. Write (0 ( thorn * cd get lull ( * r >
Pilco , Snedflo , 01.03 p r juickkge. or * lx pack.
tgoi ( or $5.00. AJdrcca nil ordcri to
B. B1MSOK MKUIUINK OQ.
KOI. 101 and 108 Main St. lluflalo , H. Y ,
SoM lu Omnhi by 0. r. Qoodnun , J. W. Bell ,
J , K. lib. acd all dniglit > Ttry hcia.t .
Blank membership rolc for the antl-moupoly
league , coutalulag statcnucnt of prluc pie met-
hodi of procedure and luitructlonn how to organ ,
Uc. lll boMUt on application to Q. II. Qali ,
Enclose kUmp. mlS-11
W.B. MILLAHU. IT. U. JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
Ull FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Bauuhors Larfl , and Wilber Mills Flonr
, - - -
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON A CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL A CO.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
-AND DEALER N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
IE1. O. DVCCmGKA-IDsr ,
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 Farnham Street ,
STEELE , JJi-iNSQN & GO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN \
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO ,
Agents for BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & EAND POWDER 0 i
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE ULLIERY AND NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET. &Jr >
Spring Goods Eeoeiying Daily anil Stock very nearly Oomploto '
WHOLESALE AND HKTAlIi CKALKU IX
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , & 10LOW , LSME , GE&1B2T
fliTBTATB AOKNi FOR MILWAUKEE CEMKNT COUPANY1
.Tear Union Pacific Denot. - OMAHA.
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
immio UAOHINKRT , Bgj.no . ,
HALLADAY WINDMILLS CHURCH AMD SCHOOL 3ELLS
A. L. STRANG 205 FO * " St. . Omaha
Wholesale Lumber ,
Jo , 1408 Farnham Street , Omaha ,
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