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THE DAILf BEE-OMAHA MONDAY , AUGUST U , Id 3
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The Only Exclusive
r o t
1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET.
OMAHA " - HEB.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
-AND DKALEU N
Wall Paper and Window Shades
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
IROTIH : &
Wholesale Lumber ,
. 1408 Farnham Street , maha ,
THE MOLINE STOVE
Theymnko a specialty of COOKING STOVES , and have this : onr plarecl In the market
niof the MO-.T ECONOMIC AND HOST SAIISKACTOIIY STOVKSc\cr made. They makobotn
Plain and extension top , and guarantee all their goods. The agents for the company ore.
PIERCY & BRADFORD ;
- DEALERS IK -
Furnaces Fireplaces , Heaters
f Je , *
IMC ML. 3KT T 321 IM S3 ,
GRATES , RANGES , STOVES ,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS , Etc.
1211 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA NEB
ROASTING AND BAKING ,
is only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.
WIRE GAUZE OVER DOORS ,
For sale byj
MILTON ROGERS & SONS.
DIRECTORY OF LEAUIHC WESTERN HOTEL *
HOTELS , PJiOPRTKTOIiS
ARLIMOTON. J. Q. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Kec ,
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 0. STELLIfilUS Mllford , Neb ,
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromiburg N *
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loultvllle
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , N b ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. O. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb ,
GRAND CENTRAL t. SEYMOUR , Nabraika City , 'Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Wnter.No
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Nab.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAyFIELD , Greenwood , Heb ]
COMMERCIAL HOUBE , E. 8TOREY. Clarlnda , low *
ENO'O HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremor.t , Neb1
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Ashland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atklnion , h'th ,
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. OftUUII , Guldo Rued , No .
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN K necKr.f ? , Oreiton , In.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QCO. CALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , l .
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , B. BURCE88 , Neola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Ol A. w LLIAM6 , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS , M. E. OUMMINQO ,
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J'L. AVERY. Rtanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL J , W , BOULWARE , Burlington Jurttlon , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blinchard , l .
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhenandoah , la ,
COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
BAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8. BAQNELL , College Springs , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllso , I * .
JUDKINSHOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , It ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Osceola , Neb ,
DOUQLA8 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarks , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QBEEN , Bedford la ,
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & SON , MaotvllleMo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WIN8LOW HOUSE Q. MCCARTY , Seward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M , B. JONES , Auroar Neb ,
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. CROZ'ER , Sidney , Neo ,
AVOCA EATING HOUSE D. W , ROCKriOLD , AvocaUa.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOK WOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak' '
FOSTER HOUSE Oapt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewis a
WHITNEY HOUSE , E. HAYMAKER , Qrlswol
DEPOT HOTEL , O , L. CHAPMAN , Dunlap , la.
LU8K HOUSE. J A. LUSK , Logan , la ,
DOW CITY HOUSE , W. H. MORTON , Dow City , la ,
JAQQER HOUSE , JAQQRR& SON , Oenlion , Is ,
BRAINS BOUND IN J-EITIIGR.
The Mental Oications of Ma tu
Minds Collected in OrnJgli-
ton Block ,
Wbore' onth nnd Ace Gather
j ally to Cciuimmo with
The Union Cnihalfo Library It *
FroHout Poi os lon * nntl Fu-
The reporter wns walking txlong tlio
thiid-Btory cortitbr of Croighton
Block , n few Sundays ago. Ho was
in scorch of news. Or , porlmns , to be
n little more precise , ho was in aonroh
of somebody from whom ho expected
to get n "pointer. " On the east side
of the corridor , ono of the room doors ,
opening therefrom , stood ajar. And ,
aa the reporter pixsacd , the sound of
voices , musical nud low , engaged in
"converse sweet , " struck his ear. Ho
paused for n moment , then called upon
the gentleman from whom ho expected
hio news , nud returned ; finding the
door still ajar , and the voices , now
merry with laughter , seemingly _ at
tuned to the notes of a rich-voiced
piano over the keys of which some delicate -
icato fingers were moving rapidly. The
room waa certainly not a private no.
It had every characteristic of being a
public place. This fact impelled the
reporter to enter.
HK DOFFED HIS TILE ,
adjusted his tie , smoothed down the
wrinkled front of his HUBSIVO brow ,
and was about crossing the threshold
when ho was tapped gently upon the
shoulder. The reporter turned , and
; ho eyes of two old acquaintances met.
The reporter wns about to explain
when the new-comer , anticipating ,
"Going in I see. Glad to hear it.
Let mo escort you. "
The reporter and his friend entered
the former found himself in n room
jfteon feet square. The lloor was cov
ered with n beautifully linoleum carpet -
pot , the north wall decorated with two
joautiful steel engravings , the south
wall with two handsome oil paintings ;
.hrough the east wall , by moans of
three largo windows , the apartment
was lighted , the rnyu being tempered
by a dark brown Bhado which wns
drawn over the windows. Along tno
west side of the room stood a black-
, ralnut book-case , decorated and nice
y _ carved , and with largo plato glass
windows and a dozen nhclves filled
J100KS 01' VAUIOUS SIZES
and modes of ornament. At a table
immediately in front of the case sat
an industrious young lady poring over
a mysterious little contrivance con
taining a number of small pieces of
card-board. Around her wore seated
a number of young ladies , engaged
cither in conversation , or making a
cursory examination of books which
they hold , or in giving the numbers
found upon the volumes , to the lady
at the table. The number thus given
was entered upon ono of the little
> ieco of card-board above referred to ,
as also the number found upon a large
; rcon card , of ono of which each lady
n the group seemed to bo in possession.
Josides these entries upon the curd-
> oard , a third , appearing to the ro-
lorter like the "day and date" waa
nado. Each little card thus inscribed ,
ho date was marked upon the green
> oard , and the latter returned to the
ady who temporarily surrendered it
or that purpose. Between this
; roup , or circle of ladies , and the
) ook-caso , and looking intently at and
n a number of the books thuro found ,
wore several other Indies , and a num-
ier of gentlemen , of whom , at inter-
uls , ono would approach the lady at
tie table , call out a number , aa pro-
iously described , and ( stand by while
lie manipulation of the small cards ,
nd the larger green card was gone
trough ns before. Thin over , in
lomo instances , the party with the
> ook left the room ; in others , ho of
! io , as the case may have been , ad
orn nod to another flection of the
iparunnnt to peruse some magazines
> r engage in conversation , which was
> oing cheerfully conducted in various
> arla of the room.
By tliia time the nature of the work
vhich had been going on hud become
ntelligiblo to the mind of the re-
lErOUTKUfi AUK ALWAYS HO IllUQIIl ,
nd the reporter in question is BO par-
icularly bright , that explanation on
lie part of the latter'a guide became
innocessary. The statement , there-
ore , ot the reporter's conductor that
he former had boon witnessing the
'drawing" and the recording or books
i a library was not Jems gratuitous
: ian appreciated. It struck the
writer too that the system of record-
ng waa voiy similar to that in prac-
icu in the public library in thia city
lo waa informed that such wu really
10 case , and that it had but recently
) cen introduced here , and that it was
Approaching the book-case , the ro-
> prter'H moat gulUnt and deferential
lir was assumed , as with bewildering
[ 'ility of tongue Ilia conductor intro-
uced him to the lady at the table
ltd a number of thu ladies by whom
lie was surrounded , A delightful
onvereation ensued , vivaciously con-
ucted on all sides , because Indies and
eportora are proverbially most happy
md vivacious. They talk of nothing
) ut these subjects that arc "bright and
air ; that coaalosa cliarma impart ; of
11 things high and noble that exalt
lie generous heart , " In thia lieu thu
ocrot of the mutual pleasure which
oems to bo experienced by writers
nd ladies when thuy meet in the so-
The books in the caao wore all sizes
nd valnoa , and in almost every style
f decoration. They stood there in
; ooaly array and commendable nuin-
ler in fiction , poetry , history , travel
f science and religion "the pro-
ious life-blood of the world's master
pirita " The reporter waa shown a
lumber of the choicest works , and in
ach was noticed on the inside of the
rent coi er the worda ,
"UNION CATHOLIC UUIIAUY , "
Turning to the gentleman at hla
ido , the reporter queried ;
"And ia thia the Union Catholic
The ansirer was la the affirmative.
Strangely the reporter Imd scvora
times thought of asking In whom th
institution belonged , but otho
thoiightt had driven that intontio
nwny. The answer of the gontlcma
was information , nnd it wns also i
Mirptitu. To the wntnr who hai
hover had nn opportunity of Icarnin
for himself , the name of tl.o U. C. L
A. , familiar though it was b ith to hi
Scs and car ? , had been ai that of
tlodifiilinu , struggling with the roughlj
tempered wind , from \\hich uoarl ;
every nssochtion nnd most frcqucntl ;
every librniy association seek to bo
protected. Aa it now nppinrod t <
him , it wna tlmt of n parent bird
which , with a well feathered home
might employ itself in distant ntu
branching pursuits for the greater
advantage of the members of its
Everything in the way of the np
pointmcntR of the room , especially
these already mentioned were of lirsi
class stjlo , workmanchipaml material.
They wore arranged v , ith a keen np
appreciation nnd a knowledge of the
art of decoration. Everything scetnei
JUST 1NTHK VLACK
intended for it , nnd where it lent a
iharm to the foaturoa of the room ,
llunning from the east to the wosl
side of the apartment , was a stage
about two foot high , upon ono etui
ich was disposed a number ol
chairs , and on the other , a three
cornered Ohickering grand piano , par
tially encased in a green cover most ,
beautifully and richly embroidered.
A gentleman waa seated nt thu iiutru-
mont , lightly touching ita gleaming
kcya , nnd summoning from it n suc
cession of brilliant andintercsling pian-
Issimoa aufliciently audible to retain
the attention of her or him \ \ ho cured
not for conversation , nnd i avu zest to
the pleasure of these who were in
conversing mood. The writer has not
aeon a finer nor heard a sweeter toned
instrument thia Bide of the Missouri.
KKl'OHTEU IlVlHi : AllM ,
the young gentleman escorted him
through a majesticarch , which opened
into the "south room. " Thia np.xrt-
mont was lighted and shaded like the
other , with the addition of several
windows on the south. Ita walls con
tained sonio mottoa , and a lanjo
souvpiiir of the play of "Waiting for
the Verdict , " which the U. 0 L A.
dramatic club rendered BO acceptably
at the Academy of Music the last
season. Thu souvenir consists of a
photograph group of the characters of
the piect > surrounded by "cabinets" of
the novural performers. Uosidrs these ,
were two companion pieces , in Uoro'a
boat style , entitled "La 1'aix , " and
"Li Guurre. " These ijioces have ox-
oiled universal admiration. Running
along the west wall and partly along
the noith and south walls were racks ,
upon which were filed nome novon or
eight papers , "abstracts and brief
chronicles of the times , " and at which
several gentleman were standing read
ing the news both of the d y and the
week that had just past. At a largo
table in the middle of the room , were
seated a number of persona of various
agce , pouring over illustrated papers
and the latest "monthlies. " Near ono
of the windowa sat a couple of gentle
men studying out a problem in chess
and seemingly oblivious of all save the
mimic heroes whom they were mar
shaling in fateful conflict. 0 thorn ,
ladies and gentloiron , were disposed
about the room , conversing in low
tones , smiling cheerfully , and evident
ly it full appreciation of the pleasure
afforded by the rooms for the weekly
meeting of congenial friends.
Two more pictures , one of which ia
framed , arc soon to bo added to the
number already decorating the walls.
The first of these will be the "St.
Patrick's cathedral of Now York , "
covering fifteen square feet ; the name
of the other is not yet known. Other
pictures arj also promised , which ,
with the aid of decorations nnd
placquoa now in the handa of the lady
members , will niake the walla of the
association room probably aa richly and
irtiatically ornamented aa thotio of
nv association in town.
Thus far , it seemed to the reporter ,
A (1H1UT DUAL HAD 1IKEN DONE
to give a stimulus and have a boncfi-
sial effect upon the mental and moral
improvement of the members. Ho
learned subsequently that the rocioty
lontomplnted a monthly sociable
iluring the corning fall , winter and
spring , In which vocal and instrumen
tal music , reading , recitations , issaye ,
debates , and petite comedies , would
nt intervals comprise the programmes.
Lectures in the "dimo aoriea" will bo
continued , ns lost year ; and it in un
derstood tlmt ono lecture or two , outside -
side that course , by some of the most
aloquont lecturers In the field , will
ilso bo given. The lectures of the
latter kind , already delivered , have
been those of Bishops O'Connor and
Ryan , the latter of St. Louis. It , is
thought , too , that the "Verdict" Jra-
matio club , who have become known
through this association , will bo able ,
early in thu fail , to produce at thu
npera house lioucicimll's play of thu
' 'Colleen liawn. " In which event , it
iplondid piece , with a good amateur
3iiHt , will bo the tittaction.
The association is in ,
A FLOUUIHHINO CONIHTJON ,
[ fc has considerable inonny in its treas
ury , evidently a Urge number i f hene-
Factors , am' ' , it would touin , hosts of
friends , While the reporter was JMSH-
ing through the "north room" n second
end time , the secretary WAS busy giving
receipts forannual ducH which wuro being -
ing paid him by parties who had them
selves applied for membership or boon
introduced by older members. Said
the reporter's guide : "Tho secret of
the success of the library is to bo < lis-
covered in the inanyadvantagoa which
ita enjoys and the several foaturoa
which it strives to retain and which ap
peal to the taste , fancy and inclination
of a largo proportion of the communi
ty , " Though a Catholic organization ,
a number of ita members are not of
that religious belief. It ia n social
society in a aonne , besides being a lit
erary and musical one. It imposes no
heavy duties upon its members , exacts
regular attendance from ofllcors only ,
but oncouragcH every member to como
to ita rooma as often and with us many
of his friunds aa ho may fool disposed
to bring , The reporter's evidence
that those whom ho saw were in en
joyment of the facilities of the rooma
and the benefits of the association , ia
hero cheerfully given ,
The association (9 ( officered aa fol
lonsi President , John A.'Crolqhton
First Vice President , Kd. A. D'ltrion
Second Vice President , T. , T. Fitzmor
ris ; Secretary , .1. P. Knglish : Trpas
nrer , I ) . , ) . O'Donnhoo ; Librarian
Miss Stncia Cnnvlcy ; Board of Mana
pors , Messrs , .lohn Murphy , ,1 , T
Cox , .T. 11. 1'Venoy , .1. K. Dailey niu
Miii Maggie McCarthy.
The reporter had bidden adieu t <
the ladies nnd the gentleman nhom hemet
met in the hall , and donned hia tiK >
satisfied himself that hla tie was al
right that he might appear irrusistibK
nn the street ; nnd , with the serene am
complflcont demeanor of a well-ioiii ;
latfd ecribo who has struck something
f > end , Was hnsloning In the stairway
when ho stopped. Ueturning to the
iloor , ho found thu guide , he had jusl
left , informing the ladies Hint thu re
porter unan married man. There-
porter hint rolurnod to impart that in
formation lo the guide niulnsk the Int-
ior how much it would cost to make
the acribo and his family , that ia , him
self and ifu , membera of the associa
"If I mistake nolj" said the guide ,
"newspaper men , with us , nro priv-
loged creatures. Thuy are , I bpllpvo ,
lonorary members of the association ,
To other mortals , however , our dues
are two dollars per year for gentlemen
and ono dollar per year for ladies. "
The sctibo bowed nnd withdrew , anil
ns ho did EO the guide smiled , bowed ,
nnd requested the former to c.Ul again.
And ho will
Free of Olmrgo.
All itersoni milTi'tiiif , ' from ConulisColds ,
Vnthinn , lircmchltl' , Loss of Voice , or any
direction of tlio Tin ( ml. nnd IIUIIK'H , nro.ru-
HK'stoit to call nt C. V. (5ooilmnti'n drnt ;
tore and ( jot n Trial llottle of Dr. King'a
\BW Discovery for Consumption , fieo of
har c , which will convince them of its
nnulcrful merits nnd nhowvhat n regnlnr
tllnr-siro bottle will tli > . Call airly.
TI1K lir.ST AMI
ONLY ABSOLUTELY SAFE
K70II.OVK IN THR WOULD.
Every houml.uepor fontntho wantof
omulhintr that mil cn k the dally
oed andavoidthoexcosoivehcat , dnst ,
ittor and aslios of a coal nr wood stovo.
IDE MONITOR OIL STOVE WILL
DO IT , bettor , quicker and cheaper
lian anyothermoanH. It is the ONLY
OIL STOVE mudo with the OIL
lESEUVOIll ELEVATED at the
> ack of the utovo , away from the heat :
> y which arrangement ABSOLUTE
AFETY is securodas ; no gas can bo
generated , fully twenty nor cent more
icat is obtained , the wicks are pro-
orvod twice as lung , thus saving the
rouble of constant trimming and thu
xppnso of now ones , EXAMINE
THE MONITOR and you will buy no
Manufactured only by thu
Monitor Oil Stove Co , Ulovolanil 0 ,
Send tor descriptive circular or call
> n M. Ilogora & Son , auonts for No-
M imrilmioJ ol
o. , o [ rrovl'loii.o , It Ia8isfu which la uar-
ntccd In wrltliifr to b "ahtolutelij bttrutar
run/ fur a purloil ol tlnrty-Blx hauru continuous
nd u idUturliod attack with the line o ( Huch
oolnand apiitltaiicuiiaaa hurKlor ran employ , '
nd In a practlca'ly ' unconditional way ,
'lli'.rtlunk ' < ] < ' < > lr.H n thorough tout made upon
lU Hafu , and In cmo ol failure to stand It , the
unk will bo at llbdrty to pnrcliauo any other
afe and may return thin lo thu manufacturers.
Any jiarty U at liberty to undertake the attack
ho Mill luridah aatlifottory bond to puy a ]
inline to the safe , In cane It Is not entered In
10 utlputalul tlinu. TneCorli .iCoin ) > aiiy agree
tvrllliiK ta dop'JHlt with thin bank the gum ol
. ,00000. upan Dm nl.iliu ol an nKruument
Ijovo thi ) uald HUIII to l > o p'acod within 1 the
fe nnd to be forfeited to the puty operating In
ate Itlu forciuly opunvd and hi contents rab
neteil _ liKN UY W. YATK3 Caihle.
Genius flowarded ,
he Story of fclin Sowing Maoliino ,
A taandaumn llttlq jmrni'ldot , blue and [ Old
xivo 'rlth nuiiL < aui' euirraYlnKH , will be
o uy nuult I'jrecu calling for It , at any brtucb
r nnfi-ottlcoof nifSin/ir Hanufacturlnic Coin-
ii. j , or will be ocnt bj mull , fott paid , lo
uy ptiraon living at B dlntanco from oar olilcei
'hfl Singer Manul'aoturing Do , ,
'riuoipal ' ) llio > , U'l Union Hquaro ,
GORNIGE WORKS !
0 SI'EOHT , - - Proprietor.
12 Harnoy St. - Omrha , Neb.
DOHMKIl WINDOWS , FINIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slate Hoofing ,
Speeht'a 1'atont lolalio Skylight.
Patent Adjusted JtatcLot Bur
and Bracket Bhulvinf ; , I am
the icnoral ; agent jor the
ubova linu of oodB ,
Orettlnai , Baluitradea , Ver nd JOrTle * nd
Dank Ralllnat , Window and Oell r (
Quardi : alto
tnrlde of ! ron , J'rrwHa n
a pnlaktiile fonn , Tito
that trill nnt l > tatlm t !
trrtht < Khnrartcri ! < tlct > )
nllirr iron preparation * .
,1 MKN Ininy tirnrlKxiol a > yrrn in mralirimt , I luivn lounil nnlhlmcVi RTvnTTm mult * thiit IJR.
V I IIAHTI n'n IIION Toxin il'oi. Inrju wof Nrrrm lr 4rMI n , K mikln IM nM iIy r < 1F' * .aivllmpn or.
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It tn rrcfotfnf < itni > LiT lrtmpri'i llnn nixlo Infwl. mrh rnmp'nnrt M I > a llAIiinr * Innn Tomai < no.
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"FTRTT1 Tl1 ? TWT WTdlTT'M"1 A T"KT
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lVorklngCaiilt.il - - . . . . .
[ at Valu * of Bh > ro > , - - . - . . . . 155 ,
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Minoo Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. T110MAH , PrvKlilont. Cimunlni W )
\VJI. R. T1LTON , Vl < ! o.ro < t < lrnl , Oaminlni , Wjotnlng
H. N. IIAUWOOI ) , Socrotiry , CnmtuliiK , Wj-omlnf ; ,
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tneSJ m QUO ( > V. , \iilnrli ) I V < mt ( nr Silo of n - ' < n , o , .
Omaha Steam Laundry.
The only Laundry in Nebraska that is supplied with complete machinery
'or Laundry work. Send your orders l > v mail or express.
GOTTHI3IMEH , GODFREY & CO. ,
1207 Farnlmm Street.
PAT1T El PULLEYS.
E. M. MAXWELL , FREMONT , NEB. ,
EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR THIS STATE.
The following advantigos nro lalmod for thli Tulloy : IT i .STHONaKii nnd moro
lurnblo , owing : 1. To tlio absence of alirinkngo strains. 2. To the Incromed num-
> or of nnrH. II. To tlio fnct that the rim la much Btrongor than the cast rim. IT 13
IBTTKlt 1IALANCKI ) . IT IH MUCH LUIIITBII. IT HAVK8 BELT1NO. IT IB CHKATKIt. Tfaero
x no danger of breakage In liaudling when ehlppcd IOOBO. When shipped loose they
instead of first-claHH nnd the weight Is
nro gonornllv nccoptod n tlilnl-olftm freight - , ns
nly ono-iiulf tlmt of cast 1'iilloys the frnlRht U still further reduced. WK CUAUANTEE
HKM to perform xatlsfniitorily nny work from the lightest to the heaviest ,
Si'MT PUI.LKYH from 12 to 48 IncheH iHainetor only.
I'lilleys of wider face than 18-inch are provided with two sots arms without extra
harge.Wo supply each I'ulloy with two net-screws without extra charge.
I Hot Polislefl
What wo claim for our PATENT HOT POLISIIKII SHAVTINO h :
Int. That It Is round and Htrnlht. |
2d. It can bo ncoiinitoly rolled to uny desired Kn o.
3d. Tlmt it Binfnoo bem composed of magnetic nxldn of Iron obvlatei nny un-
no tendency to rust or turnUh , wuilo it nt the same time gives ono of the best journal
r bearing mirfiicoH over ( Uncovered.
-llh. That It will not wiirp or nprlng in key Heating.
Tith. Thnt It la nmda of the vury brut of refilled utock.
or furthur pirtlciiluru , pritu list and discounts , send to
E. M. MAXWELLS
Foundry and IV'nciiino Shop , Fremont Nob.
HEAT YOUR HOUSES
FURNACES IN THE WORLD.
BIOHAKDSOW.BOYNTON & CO
CHICAGO , ILLS.
KmlioJy now 1882 ivtimuntg. Mot.
nniotionl ' > ' * : Jit loHH
rdir ; Uw loan fault , W'U ' ' " .moro hunt
nj a larger voliuuu ol pui'o all1 "lin " " 'X
iironcd luadt ) ,
Sold by 1'IKIICEV & BKADFOIll ) , Omaha , Nol >
Murray & Lanman's
Best PIP TOILET , BATH
and I AHDKEBCHTEF ,
Aiiuiita lor the Lllo 'limes ud
Written by h
hi ) only lift ) authnrltu < l by her , and hlch will
not bo "Blood * a il Thunder" ttory , euch aa XM
men und wlU bo dubllahvd , but a true Lilt by
ho only ntnoa who II lu poeaet.lon ol thu locu
a faithful and devoted wile. Tiuth U more
InUrentmg than fiction. AyenU ihould apply
lor territory at on-.e. Send 75 ct for B m
pie Book. J , U. Obumliarn & Co. ,
uio-ooJ-iw-o StJUoali , Mo ,
D. M. WELTY ,
( Bacooxor to D. T. Monut. )
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Saddlesi Harness , Whipsr
FAWOY HORSE OLOTHINQ
EobQS , Dusters and Turf Qoods
of AU. UKSCR1PTIONS.
Agent for Jus. K. II111 | & Co.'d
CONCORD , HARNESS
"Tho Best in The World , "
Orders Polliltod. OMAHA , NEB
HULL VAPOR COOK STOVEc
Too" " BIOVJ
ttml oas utuod
I l.o nut oi
Orllle" , I-- | rt > r t iv
Me NvwOoi V < \ 5'
Wtu < , Nitiv Mud tvKui 'ulr.
V SiimiB r U6 tliCSB Sin'v * lt > - ( ' tw V
Tliosa celebrated stove * for lale by
1'ieroy & Bradford , Omaha , Neb ,
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