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K. ROSEWATER Editor
THE O'Brion boom petered out be
fore it put in an nppearanoo.
SOME of the candidates at Ltncolti
are lu ni llttlu in d.mgor ot being hit by
ballots as they were by ballots dating
Tm : attempts of the railroad agents
to soir dissension ia thoanti-monopuly
ranks at Lincoln will fail. The flioi
will refuse to walk into the parlor of
the monopoly apidor.
MAHRAOIIUHKTTS nownpapora are
busy correcting the grammar of Doit
Butlor'a mcssago. They find it easier
work than criticizing the recommen
dations which it contains.
SKNATOU EHMUNDH in the eonnto
yoatorday announced that in his opin
\ \ ion aomo sort of railroad regulation
wai a nocossity. The country at largo
will fully agree with the Bonator.
SINUS his Inauguration there ia lees
talk about G jvcrnor Cleveland na a
rising prosidonthl candidate. Mr.
Tlldon will not bo too old to have a
voloa in the next domsratio conven
TUB Milirauko'j tragedy is already
bearing fruit. A bill has bjon Intro
duced in the Nebraska loginlnturo for
the protection of guuala in hotivs , in
caao of firo. It ought to bo cuofully
considered and pusud.
OIIJKCTION .n made that the editor
of THK UEK atampahia peraonulity on
hia paper. No ono hasovor intimated
that its oolumna wcro filled with the
aordoda of Swedish lawyora or the ar
guments < f oorporato miinagora.
IT ia to bo hoped that the first busi
UOBB of the republican national committee
mittoo novr in session in Washington
will be to provide iticlf with another
secretary. Stoph. W. Doreoy has
outlived both his ropatatlon nod his
A PROMI..ENT minister recently remarked -
marked thtt he did not consider the
liwa of HnacB any more inspired than
the liwa of Maaauchusotti. The wortt
enemy of Moaua h&a never in'imitcd '
that hu hid any influouco in the draft
ing of the lawn t f Massachusetts.
UiHiior TALBOT , of Indiana , died on
Tuesday at Indianapolis. As ono of
the pioneer Ephoopillana of the
northvrest Bishop Talbot waa well
kuuim and highly oUeomod in hia de
nomination. He had occupied the
dioooio of Indiana aiuce 1872. ,
AN error of the wires gave Ex-Gov
ernor John D. Long , of Maasachn
aotts , a majority over Senator Boar
on the senatorial Oght. At laat reports
ports Hoar Wai allll leading and i
looked aa If it would ba an nnusnally
L3ng lane before John D. reached th
turn which loadn towarda Waahlngton
A HEMDKH of the Tennessee legia
laturo has introduced a resolution
closing the galleries entirely and ox
eluding from the lobbies all person
wearing unclean linen. If the Nebraska
braska legislature passed a similar ret
olntiou ono cf the railroad attorney
would have to sock now quarters.
there uro rumora of iroubl
with the Indiana in the Powder Rive
country , which are likely to turn ou
to hive as little foundation in fact n
the rumored thing of the Orowa in the
neighborhood of Fort McKinney , laat
aprlng. The true inwardneas of the
alfilr will bo shown up when the post
trader o lla for "more trupca. "
Or of thn
Iwonty-slx now or ro-
oleotol aenatoM whoau turma begin on
the 4i'i of M roh cxt sixteen have
already baon ohoinn. Taosj are Morgan -
gan , of Alabama ; Girland , of Arkan-
BIB ; Fryo , of Maine ; Lttn.ir . , of Miatii >
Bippi , Anthony , of llhodo Island ; llan-
Bom , of North Oiroliaa ; Batler , of
South Oarolina , and Ilurio , of Ten
neaiee hava boun ro-olcotod. lUndtll
L Qibion hia boun chosen to cucsced
Kjllogg , of L uiaiaua ; Jamea F. Wil-
BOH to sucoaod MoDlll , of Iowa ; Jameu
N. Dolph to succeed Grovcr , of Oregon <
gen ; Rlddlobergor to euccoud John <
BOD , of Virginia , and ox Governor )
Oolqaitt to auosood Barrow , now serv '
ing the fragment of Hill's term from
THE SECOND DAY'S
The first joint ballot for United
States senator which was onet yester
day at Lincoln affords no eubstnntial
grounds for apcculatlon upon the final
result. The changes from Tuesday's
vote are trifling , and devoid of algnlfi-
cinco. All that is certain is that the
battle , like its predecessors , will bo a
fight cf the field against the leading
candidate , who ia carefully hoarding
hia strength for the final effort. Of
the thirty professed candidates who
received complimen'ary votes , twenty
five have no possible hope of success.
The contest in which the legislature
IB now engfiged promises to bo pro
tracted and txclting. The claims of
the railroad organs that any attempts
at dictation have been made in the
ranks of the antl-monopolista ia snf-
ficlclently disproved by thn ccattorlng
of their voto. The anti-monopoly
rmunbors of the legislature are In
structed for no candidate , and are
pledged only to assist in the election
of a man who will bo acceptable to the
people of Nebraska , as a competent ,
honest and willing exponent of their
wishes. They will not or cannot bo
oonjolod or bribed into the support of
any candidate ugainat whom there is
a shadow of a ahado of suspicion of
monopoly affiliation , The divisionu in
the republican and democratic ranks
are largely on the anne Hue. In both
partiea are men who will bo first of all
true to their pledges to their constitu
ents , and afterwards if possible loyal
to the expressed will of their party in
The cries for a caucus which are be
ginning to como with renewed vigor
from the railroad organs are too pal
pable in their object to deceive uny
honest member cf the legislature. No
republican who stands by hia pledges
of anti-mo lopoly can afford to consent
in advance to bind his judgment or to
fetter hia consciunco. If King CAUCUS
ia toiulo , ho must exorcise hia sway
over inon vrhu have no principles to
support except a blind adherence to
party and no oco'u iMBhcn to consult
but a shifting personal preference )
which can bo crsily transferred to men
who , through scheming and promises ,
Bocuro the f.ivor of n b.iro majority ,
A SERIOUS DANGER.
There la aorioua danger that the
political cowardice of the republican
party in cungrcsa In their notion on
the tat iff will rentier certain thtir de
feat in the coming presidential elec
tion , The WUJQ and moana commit
tuo have BO butchered the report of
the tariff commission that their recom
mondationsj if endorsed by the honao
and senate , will reanlt in an aotnal
increase ( f revenue inatoad of a de
crease of at least fifty millions , aa demanded
mandod by the maaa of the people of
the country. The tariff commis
sion report was unsatiafaototy
because It nndo only trifling additions
to the free Hat , bnt its adoption would
have taken off some thirty millions of
taxation annually from the consumers
of the country and increased by that
amount the productive capacity of tha
nation. 1'lg Iron Kdly'a committee ,
however , hai mutilated it to auch an
extent that instead of any reduction
in the $220.000,000 which are annu
ally raiacd by custom duties , tlicro will
ba an actual iucroaHa of $3,000,003
provided the Importations are main
tamed up to last year'a standard.
The charge la brought agalnot the
prcsiat tariff by its opponents that it
la exorbitant and oppressive. Four
fifths of tbo population cf the United
States are farmers or directly dopcnd-
ent upon farm labor. For the benefit
cf losi than one-fourth of the remain
der engaged in industrial pursuits the
people of this country are bled to the
tuna of 9100,000,030 ] annually inoro
than la sufficient to pay the running
expenses of the nation including the
collection cf the custom duos.
It ia charged , and the charge can
not bo disputed , that the tariff after
upbuilding American industry ia now
maintained in its present form simply
to fester monopoly , The tariff com
mission virtually conceded this fact.
It reported that the tariff ought to bo
substantially reduced and that suoh
reduction would bo permanently ben
eficial to the very industries which re
sisted it. And this report was inada
by men chosen from avowed protec
tionists , nearly every ono of whom
was directly Interested in some great
industry which has been stimulated by
the nation's bounty.
The sentiment of the country on
this question is reflected in the press.
When atioh apostles of high protection
a * the Now York Tribune are found
protesting against the arbitrary action
of the ways and means committee and
chmorlng for at least $40,000,030 re
duction in the customs duties , the
tide of current opinion is clearly
iudioatod. The danger to the repub
lican party in refusing to reduce
the taxes by a substantial revision of
the tariff lies in the certainty that ouoli
a reduction will bo made by the in <
turning democratic congress. With the
report of a rapublloan tariff 03inmia <
eton to fill back upon , and furthui
justification in the speeches of eucl
eminent protectionists aaMoasra. Mor
ril and Sherman the paaiaga of a revised
vised tariff will bo eaaliy acooni'
pllahoi by a democratic majority , Th <
I odium of raf using to do the same thitu
when they had the opportunity wil
certainly fall upon thn republican part ]
who will be branded by the poopli
cilhor aa political c"-v.rc > , eras
as the irtirkling to : > ! s cf
Industrial rno .opollv'n. Undo ?
euali ciroutnslunros , thn dornoorfttis
party could ontar the next campaign
with a platform of performances ,
rather than promises. A substantial
reduction of taxation would ba n
battle cry which would easily bo under-
Htood by the masses , and which would
rally to the democratic "tandard thou
sands of votes lost to the republicans
through the criminal blundering of
their representatives in congreaa.
TIICBP. members of the legislature
who were opposed to the creation of a
tpocial railroad communion have prob
ably discovered by this time that it ia
likely to have plenty of work before
the session ia over. The facts which
are being brought out will bo
especially valuable in the framing of
a law for railroad regulation and for
the prevention of the abuses under
which the people are suffering , There
oueht ; bo the widest latitude given to
researches of the committee. Already
the objections of some of its mom-
bora to the probing quoatlons
put to the agents of the
corporations have verified the charges
of TUB BIK regarding Speaker Hum
phrey's appointments. If the rail
roads of Nebraska subsidize the prezs
and bribe favored patrons with passes
and patronage , let the facts como out.
Any attempt to oupprejs them will
only reset upon the heads of the men
who fear the exposure of their corrupt
practices , and the laying bnro of a
policy which la oppoood to every
honest business principle and to the
SKVKUAI , inconsequential Washing
ton scribblers have Htarted the rnmor
that should the Fltz John Porter bill
pass the house it vrill bo vetoed by
President Arthur. This rnmor Is
evidently spread abroad with the in
tention of iiillnencini ; members of the
house to vole ngaicat the measure.
Tare BEE knowa whorccf it epcakti
whoa it oaya that Prealdent Arthur
will gladly alga the bill for Gen.
Porter's reliof. The president han
otatcd that for several years before
the Schofiald board of inquiry ho was
fully convinced of Filz John Portor'u
innocence , mid that every devel
opment einco has convinced him
that a great crime was com
mitted against a bravo and gallant
soldier. There is unfortunately little
possibility that the present congress
will do aslmplo act of justice to Gen
eral Porter , but should the bill pass
the house it will certainly moot with
President Arthur's approval. In the
next congress , if the bill fails to be
come a law at the present session ,
Nebraska will have at least ono repre-
ontative , Hon. James Laird , who
will have something to toll from his
own personal experience about the
aooond battle of Manassaa and the
bravo corps commander who saved
Popo'a army from annihilation.
TUG Chicago Herald says that the
poet Longfellow has boon made the
recipient of a unique pen in ado of a
bit of iron from the chain cf the pris-
onora of Ohil'on , the pen stock from a
fragment of the frlgato Constitution.
In a heavy band of gold encircling it
wcro sot three rare atones red , yellow
low and while a tourmaline , a zircon
and u phouacito. The whereabouts cf
the editor of the Herald during the
past year ia not stated.
Democratic Leaders Nervous.
There are signs that the democratic
loaders with long heads are getting
nervous over the conduct In congress
of the democrats with long ears. Ei-
pecially does the behavior of the doiu
ocratlo members of the ways and
means committee distress thoao who
hoped the democratic party could slip
into the White House and the treasury
in 1831 by wearing the lionlno skin of
The most prominent democrat in
the house , Hr. Randall , who will bo
speaker of the next congress , Is voting
lor every increase of taxation that
comes up before the waya and means
committee cf which ho is the
moat influential member Aa the
speaker of the next congress ,
ho will have the appointment
of the first ways and moans com
mittee his parly have had in six
years. It will bo hia committee that
will frame a democratic revenue bill to
illustrate the democratic Idoaa of re
ducing taxation. It is easy to fore
cast the kind of committee that hu
will appoint who is now busy in rais
ing the rules of taxation on blankets ,
flannels , cottons , tools , and pretty
much everything the people uic.
At thlr r < uo the victory of 1882 will
bo lost by the democrats , just us they
throw away that of 1874 , The appre
hensions of tho3o in the party who
see this retrogressive drtf ; are vigor
ously expressed by the New York
Sun. Itnska , what ia to como ot the
great victory < f last fall } Ia it to end
merely in a great scramble f jr the f At
placea filled by the republicans ) Are
tbn people to hoar a great deal about
reform , but fail to gather its frnitc ?
Are lnviah promises if retrenchment ,
economy , reduction of taxation , end
the abolition of uocdleea oflicoa to ba
followed by no performance1 ?
The Sun , which is inoro truly a lead
er of its party than any of the politi <
otaiui In the capital , warua the demo
cratic members of congress that in the
atatea whore they eer.m to bo strong-
eat they will bo held to the stricttut
accountabilityand that in thoao when
their buot-uas was only partial they wil
be closely watched , and inuat act nevi
so as to show the voters what they
would do if they had the full contro !
of the government
The great hope of the republican !
lies In the almost certainty that tin
democratic members of conereca
contltinu an they have botjun to jrin
tliuir forcca with tlneo cf the monop
olists who are throwing fresh taxca in
the fico of the great popular demand ,
for reform and reduction. The talk' '
of the democratic leaders has r.lready
ohown that they cannot bo tructtod toi
carry out the civil sorviso reform oven
if it is law , and BO far they Ivivo dona
moro to increafo than to lownr tnxon.
The nervousness that called out The
Snn'a warning Is fully justified by the
attitude cf the democrats in congress.
As the democratic leadcra grow ner
vous , the republicans can BOO more
clearly their own opportunity. Lot
them take the question rf tax reform
oat cf thn hands of the traitorous
ways and moana committee , and put
through the following simple law ,
which can bo understood by every
taxpayer without the aidof a Ponnayl-
vani * export :
Be it enacted , etc , , that after June 0 ,
1883 , nil dutien levied on imports into the
Uultoci States be reduced 20 per cent.
With such a reform passed by re
publican congrceomen and opposed by
Randall and hia followers , the republi
cans can como before the people in
1881 , after two years of the inevitable
blundering of the comlcg democratic
congress , und walk over the conraa to
the white house. But democratic
blunders will do the republicans no
good unless they niako a contraating
record before the end of the session.
Tbo < l3thotlc Taatoaof the Attornoy-
General QratlQad at Public
New York Wo.U.
WJISUINOTOS , January 0. The rt-
portuf the attorney.gjucra ) , which haa
just returned from the prim ing cfliie ,
makes a ehowlng nearly as unique and
intcrfs'ing no the ouco noted contin
gent fund report of the treasury under
the last nod most inspiring year of
Mr. Shorman'a administration , which
report , it will bo recalled , ohaig d
the secretary's lunch to cam
paign friends under the puphoui-
iatio item cf "candles , " and
cast the stationery and furniture
taken from the treasury to aupply hiu
personal literary bureau , in thn
accounts for hay mm or something if
the kind. Mr. Brevrntrr's mithetic
tastes aru in part revealed in the r < > -
port now in queatlon , in which nlao i ,
is shown that the drputment of jua
lica has not only pnld retail ratio for
Us purchases , out ut a very liberal nd-
vance over what ordinary psoplo pj- .
Two of the local paper , ! for instance ,
whoso subscription pii-oo dollvercdaro
respectively CO and 44 cents a month ,
are disced throughout the report Jit
$1 and ut 75 cento.
The dnpartmont bought during the
year 449 yarda of floor covering and
upholstery asiollowa : Four pieces of
f'ieza , eight pieces of border , eight
piece * of flock and 384 feet < f gilt
bead , all of this lot coating $86.64 ;
alao ono piece of velvet border , two
and a half pieces dado border , thirty-
two feet gold bead , black Japaneao
wolf robe , $25 ; hanging pictures ,
$12 60 ; movinp furniture and arrang
ing rooiflB , $55 50 ; two -nd a half
yards of billiard cloth , $4 ; upholster
ing four a jfas and lounge and chair ,
$ U)0 each ; elavon small chairs at
$ & > 0 each ; two arm chairs , easy
ohjir and sleepy hollow , $5 eaoh ;
TJEcish ohalr , $18 ; two chair seats ,
Among the other items are a half
gallon demijohn and two corkscrews ,
seven decorated cuxnidorea , bust o
"Young Augustus , " § 0 ; one cellulolc
comb , one ounce Goulard's cerate , ono
plaque , § 10 ; ono Pearl Congress
knito , $2 50 ; COO cards for the attor
ney general , $5 ; footstool for the attorney -
tornoy genoial , four plated ica pitch-
era , § 40 ; fjur plated waiters $1850 ,
and ono decorated plato , $4 75
The attorney general's telegr.tpt
hills wo o usually amull , bnt in ono
month they reached $325 , and in an
other $279. The expenaes for the
United Sen tea courts iu the district p
Columbia for the fiscal year 1881 , paic
in the fiscal year 1882 , amounted to
(2,041.72 , rxponded aa followa : Mar
ahala , $136 G2 ; mlecallanoonp
$121 65 ; attornHys , ? 2,143 45 Th <
Tno expenses incurred and paid in thi
fisoil year 188-2 amounted to $199 ,
186 59 , besides $58CO ) for the Dis
trict jail , expended as lollowa ; Mar
ehals , $1,400 ; jnrorp , $26 802 ; wit
ncsaoB , $61,080 80 ; mlacellnueous ox
pensoa , $48.84696 ; attorneys , $00-
545.43 ; commissioners , $311.40.
In the Datrlct ef Columbia W. A.
Oook received $5,250 for aorvicea ren
dered the government in thn atar-
route caaca ; A. M. Oibaon and R. T.
Merrlok eaoh received $5,000V ; W.
Ker , $11,000 for election and star i
route casea ; Oeorgo Bllaa , $38,150 34
for fees and nxponaoa in star route
C SOR ; John K. Porter and W. 0.
Dividgo wore paid each $10,000 for
services in the Gaiteau caao.
The attorney general , before hia
accession to ofliso , received $2,5CO for
sar/ioes in the star route cases in the
pastern district of Pennsylvania. Mr.
Merricii and Mr. Ker are each credited -
ed wl'h reooivint ; $50 a doy for aorv
Ices aa counsel in the star route cwen.
Mr. Merrlck'a foes above the $5,000
specified , as well aa the expenses of
the government's apodal agents and
detectives in the laat trial , are proba
bly Included in the miscellaneous
item of18,846 46 , ranking atar route
fur certainly not less thun
8150 000. Mr. Bliaa haa been con-
tinuoualy for over n year under gov-
ernmant py * $100 a day.
THE GREAT GERMAN
n lUtu and cart
Gciillca , Lumbigo ,
SORE THROAT ,
QClSSr , BWKLUSQS ,
Screctu , Cuu , Brujti ,
Anl > U other boUIubti
and f lo .
nni ccts i Bonn
BoU kjr til Draidili 4
Dwlcri. DUMIIoai lu II
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( i.iimin U i. YM * > M a C ]
D4IUBM * , Ml , C. S. A
Ifo other disease la BO prevalent In Oil *
. country an ConntipaUon , and no remedy
O hai ever equalled the celebrated KIDNEY1-
E WOUT M a cure. Whatever the cause,1
a however obsUnata the cana , thU remedy ,
' " will overcome It.
Tmfl dlitrerttac complaint -
- - - - - plaint ia very aptto b
- complicated with comUpatlon. JUdnoj- .
\VortKlransthcno the weakened part * and
" luleily cures all kinds of Flics oven when
phynlclana and medicines linve before JhU-
ad. tirlfTouhavo cither of UIOBO troublee
PERSONAIf-"Parlsof the hu an body
wilartfcd , rtctelcped and stre'Rthe'eJ , " etc.i !
an Interesting al'crtBOrento'g \ run In our
paper. In reply to I qu rles we will ( ay that
there Is no eI I lenro > I huinbtiK nb ut til * . ( > u
the contrary , the aiherthira arerv hliMy In-
I'or-ed. Intcrcs cd pcirons D ny fret s al d ilr-
cutangu Ing all particularsfrltlng all particu
lar' , by odilrtMin Krlo M dlcnl Co. , I' . O. lisx
513 , liiI ! ( lo , N. Y. Toledo Krenlnu Itco.
"By a thoronnh knowledge of ttw natural Uwi
uhlch poveru the operation ) of dlRe tlon tat
nutrition , and by a careful application of the
Una propertied of welllecttd Cocoa , Ilr
Epps hM provided our breakfast tabk ) with I
delicately flavored beverage which may aavo u
many heavy doctors' bllta It la by the Judlcluni
use of Btich article * of diet that constitutor
may bo gradually built up until strong enoufrt
may escape many a fatal gha.lt by keeping out
Halves well ( ortlOed with pure blood and a properly
orly nourished frame. " Civil Service Oatetto.
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IjonMoa , Encrlnn
Seed 81 , $2 , $3 , or $5 for a re
tail box by Exprosi of the best
Candied la America , put up
gant boxce , and strictly pure
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NEBRASKA UANnFAOTUKIKO 00
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HASTINGS , NEB.
Capital Stook , - - $100,000.
JAS.U. HKAUTWr.LL , President.
A. L. SLAKKK , Vice I'nwldcnt.
K. 0. V. LlUTHlt , Treasurer
Samuel Alexander , Oswald Oliver ,
A. L. 0 arko , E. 0. Webster ,
Oeo. 11. Pratt , Jan. B. Hcartwell ,
Firet Mortgage Loans a Speoialtj
Thli Company furnUhca permanent , honu
Institution where School Ito i und other le.'ill ;
Issued Municipal socuritW (0 iXebraska can U
. be ncjotUtod on the nj i avorable Urroi
Loans made on lmpro e-U u n all wel settl *
oountlMol thertale , thio , xpon lbleflloc
Boasters and Grinders of Coffees and Spices , Manufacturers of
IMPERIAL BAKING POWDER
Clark's Double Extracts of
BLUEING , INKS , ETC
H. G. CLARK & CO. , Proprietors ,
1403 D'lUgloa ' Slreot. Omaha ,
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Growers of Live Stock and Others.
WE CALL YOUtt ATTENTION TO OUR
Ground Oil Cake.
It is the boat and cheapen ! food for stock of any kind. Ono ponnd la equal
to three poun-a of corn. Stock fed with Ground Oil Cake in the foil and winter -
tor , Instead of running down , will increase in weight and bo in good market-
nble condition in the spring. Dairymen as well a * others who use it can tes
tify to its merits. Try it and judge for yourselves. Price $25.00 per ton ; no
charge for aacka. Addrcnn
o4eodmoVOOODMAN LINSEED OIL CO. , Omaha , Nob.
McMAHON , ABEET & CO , ,
315 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA , h'EB ,
The Original and Only Hogular SEED HOUSE in Nebraska.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DHALERS IN
Agricultural N.V. . Cor. Uth
Vegetable , and :
FortKt , H cr , Dodge Street * ,
Grass , Hedge , Omaha. Neb.
We make a spcclaltj of Onion Seeds , Onl n Sett , Hire O m , T mothy , Hcd.Ifalfa and White
Clo\cr , Oaa uan Hone } Locust. L i-alun n . .d Market OarduuTj will bate money by bin leg of Uj ,
Rfj" end for Ca a 03110 , I''KKK.
1301 and 1303 Farnam St. Oor.
OMAHA , NEB.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO
Fire and Burglar Pro : )
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1020 Farnham Street ,
PLAHN ! M
SASH , DOORS , BUNDS , STAIRS ,
Stair Railings , Balusters , Window
and Door Frames , Etc.
Firat-olMa facHitioe for the Manufacture of all klndes of Mouldings , Painting and
matching a Specialty. Orders from the country will be promptly executed.
ixirtrMimtil mmmnriraU nftn A. MOYEIl. Prnnrieto
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
HIDES , TALLOW , GREASE , PELTS ,
204 North 16th St. , Masonic Block. Main House , 46 , 48 and 52
bsrr avenue , Chicago. Kefer by pormisaion to Illdo and
TxvUhnr National Bnnk. Ohlcaen
BERQUIST BROTHERS ,
epalpin in all Branoha ?
A. M. CLARK ,
I ALB & RETAIL
, - " jg- -'i iLJi | ; jj | tv * WALL PAPER !
ffll iflf f S
fel ti Window Shrtos and DartainB
( Pfl > fl J R nl ,
SSiiaiypyL OCRTAIN POLES AND
wmi&m8e kfisek& FIXTURES.
! , Oils & Bmislies.
107 Bontu Uh Street
H V , . KKQBASK ,
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