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TEE DAILY BEE- MONJDA5rAT.RIL 9 1883
That is what a great
many people arc doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter , but they have
a combination of pains and
aches , and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS , and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it , and rich , strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues , drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why BROWN'S
IRON BITTERS will cure
kidney and liver diseases ,
consumption , rheumatism ,
neuralgia , dyspepsia , mala
ria , intermittent fevers , &c.
303 S. racaSt. , Baltimore.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia , and for several
weeks could cat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Urown's Iron
Bitters , and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite ,
and am getting stronger ,
v. Jos. McCAW LEY.
. ' BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is not a drink and docs not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
Obft ! . . MOM * ut
W. B. Dninn , o.aadTraar.
Lincoln , Neb
Oorn Planters HrrrowB.Parm Uollerr
Holky Hay Bikes , Bnokot Blevatlnp
W at piepaied to do Job woik and mannfM
taring lor oth r ptitltf .
AddtvM a ] oidtrR
O.tfaa NKBBAMU MANUFAOTURINa C01
Send ! , C , S.1 , or
3 for n aamplo re-
tall box by KxpreHM ,
CANDY of the bent candlcM la
America , put up 1
elecant boxen. ( Wd
HtrTetly pure. Suita
ble for prmentH. Kx-
9renn chargen llKlit.
Kefera to all Chlca-
. Try It once.
C. F. GUNTHEBj
C/o fectloner ,
Every Coraot U warrnutod eittls-
'jictory to Ha wearer In avorr way ,
or the money will bo refunded by
tbe person from vrhom It was bousbt.
ra tnlyComtt pronounced 1 > T p r IfKillna ph
* % tnj > riauto tlieweutir , luultndoneaibT lulle * M
Cj ' "mou comfortable ana perfect Ottloic Cori t TM
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) &kiimlnal ( utrabraTj ) fl.OO. Nur lp , 1.00
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APURUf VEGETA8U TONICS
ITAIOS OIIIITIONJIUI ro cii
moii cxi onus THI
A MAD ELIEPHANT ,
Pilot , Jumbo'a Bivol , Trieo to
Tear Down u Building.
The Narrow Escape of a Trnlnor Who
Thought Bo Could Qobdue
Ntw York Journal , April 6.
The big elephant Pliot , which , until
the appearance of Jnmbo , was the
largoit beait In Barnnm , Hatchlnion
it Bailey's ahovr , was chained last
evening , aa hla keeper explained it ,
"fore and ait , " in hla quarter ! in the
Madlaon Square Garden , and the cm *
ploycs made a wide distance in paaslng
the surly bruto. The canto of Pllot'a
close imprisonment was a demonstra
tion of vlcloninosa which nearly re
united in the killing of Trainer Wm ,
Nowman. Pilot haa never boon thor
oughly subdued , and a strict watch on
hla moTomonta has boon Kept at all
times by the employes of the ahow.
Ho came near killing Wm. Cross , who
brought him from Europe , before leav
ing Liverpool last fall. Ho had a fight
with another elephant in the winter
quarters of the show at Bridgeport.
Ho la a mastlo beast with long ngly-
looking tusks. In the spring season
the male elephants always become
reckless , and a spirit insubordination
haa been developing in Pilot for sev
eral days , which yesterday morning
broke ont in all its forces. At abont 8
o'clock Pilot and Albert and Gypsy ,
the female elephant , were taken to the
trough on thoTwenty-slith street side
of the garden , opposite their stalls , to
GYPSY WAS BETWEBN TUB TWO MALEH
and slightly to the rear , so that the
heads of Pilot and Albert wore about
on a lino. Suddenly , and without the
least warnlrg , Pilot gave a furious
lunge at Albert , and gave him a blow
which topled him over on hla side.
Aa Albert rose again ho was received
by another blow , which again upset
him , and by this time the entire troupe
of elephants were bellowing with ox-
cltemont. Gypsy in * the meantime
had tried to force her way in between
the two brutes , but was pushed gently
aside by Pilot , and the two male ele
phants came together again with a
crash. In the butting straggle which
followed three of the posts supporting
the floor of the amphitheater above
were knocked down. The beams
forming those posts wore sixteen
Inchon square , and they were firmly
braced both above and bolow. As
soon aa the fight began Mr. Newman ,
the trainer In charge , hurried to the
spot , and by vigorously beating Pilot
succeeded In driving him back to hla
tall and chaining both hla fore foot to
the floor. While this wra being done
the elephant stood with
HIM TBUHK AMD TAIL UTLIJTED
and hla huge oars spread wide open ,
but ho made no effort to resist the
chains. Ai Mr. Newman arose , how
ever , after securing the brute , Pilot
made a lunge at him with hia head
and struck him ia the month with hla
tusk , breaking one of the upper teeth
and loosening the others and knock.
Ing the trainer half senseless to the
floor. Pilot made a second blow at
him with hit trunk , just touching his
cheek , which still shows the mark of
the blow , and then seeing Newman's
hat , which had dropped from his head
as ho fell , the elephant vented hit
rage on this , tearing it to shreds in
his mouth In an instant and then
tamping on it viciously , Newman
rose in a dazed condition and stapfger-
ed away. With the exception of the
injury to his teeth he waa fortunately
not badly hurt , It wai decided by
Mr. Astlngitall that Pilot must not
bo taken into the ring to-day , and thai
it would be unsafe to remove Gypsy
and Ffllr , a young elephant to whom
he has ahown a ( treat deal of afleotion ,
from hla side. The huge boast stood
between them last night , lashing hit
tall vigorously and swaying back and
forth , nut
BO BKCOXELY IB HE UIIAINBD
that ho could not make a change ol
throe foot in hia position. His eyoi
which are usually meek and doll glared
savagely at everybody who approached
him , and the keepers took good care
not to oomo'withln reach of Els power'
ful trunk. Ho will not appear in the
ring again until ho has been thor
onghly subdued by his trainers and
the subjection process is ono in ro
ccard to which everybody connected
with the nardon ia ominously rllont
The only information to bo obtalnoc
was that Pilot would be conquered
After the battle with Albert waa eve :
the other elephants cooled down am
they were aa oalm and obedlont to thi
trainers oa over.
, Washington rvinsr ,
Tarry town IB a croon' hamlet lylui
In the inn on the hills of the Hudson
Ono oan almost toss a ctono up thor
from the end of Manhattan Island
Bat it HOB there In rural Innocono
aud purple shadows , juit as lohoboi
Orono and Swashbaokllng Wolfor
left it , yoara and years aqo. Over 01
the broeey heights , Blontadtballthlu
a stone oastlo. A little farther dowi
nro the ancestral aorea of Cyrus Field
and below him on the first plateau rli
the magnificent conservatory and stll
more magnificent homo of Jay Gould
from whoao windows on n clear more
Itg you can see the towers of Groj
atone and the lordly mansions of th
Hoes. Wealth , enterprise and goo
taste have iquatted luzurlously on th
hill tops all round , as if they found
dreamy delight in looking down upo
( his quaint old hamlet.
But Tarrytown isn't proud of tboi
magnates. Down in her old chnro
yard there la a H t and defaced mai
bio slab inscribed with the name <
Washington Irving People from a
parlaof the world pick their wa
through the brambles to BOO this alat
and standing at the graveside i
spring or summer , they smell tli
blossarnlnR air blown down the ol
sleepy hollow and catch the notes i
the cat bird and bobolink that whlstl
and gurgle in t aa they did a hundre
years ago when their lover an
chronicler came upon the scene to si
the wild aweet beauty of this doma !
in Imperishable English.
T.rrytown doea right in keoplt
this grave green. Whatever else mi
be said of Washington Irving noi
when our literary taste runs to soleni
and psychology , no one will deny hi
the tranacMjdent merit of having fir
woven tbe folk lore of our land in
pure ud wholesome romance , and tl
great eity that ean torn Mlda from I
politics and commerce to honor the
bones of him who wrote Homo , Sweet
Homo oan well afford after thoao hun
dred year * to weave a > worthy ohaplet
and lay it on the humble slab of the
man who wrote the Knickerbocker's
Now York and tbo Legend of S loopy
THE DETROIT OPERA HOUSE
Hunting for Excuses to Force Posses
Stars , lecturers , and amusement
managers , who have made dates for
Datrolt , Mich. , will shudder when
they read the account of the great dif
ficulties managers have to overcome in
order to obtain audiences in that city.
The Free Press say : When the la
mented Tom Davey was manager of
the Detroit opera house , it was said
by hia friends -that ho would some
times hunt for an excuse to bestow a
pass upon some ono who had asked
for it and could not show cause why
it should bo given. Upon ono occa
sion a stranger hung around the box
office for an hour or two and then
asked for a pass to see the play that
"Are yon a newspaper man ) " asked
"Correspondent of any musical pub
llcatlon ? "
"Write paragraphs for a weekly
dramatio paper. ) "
"In a prof easion ) " .
"Own a hall or opera house ) "
"Railroad conductor , scene painter ,
ostumor , bill poster , or advance
gent ) "
"Perhaps you are a clergyman ) "
There was a long and ombarraaslntj
illenco. The man had no ohnek and
10 excuse , and yet Tom felt like doing
him the favor , and finally handed out
.he . pass with the remark :
"You'll perhaps run for the legislat
ure some day , and yon might as well
ako it now. "
Tbe DresseO-Ueat tfroblem.
nJl n pollj Journal.
Commissioner Fink and the oxeon-
Ivo committee of the trunk lines hard
ly got ono question settled before they
meet with ono seemingly more vexing ,
Now they arc in "hot water over the
matter of rates on live stock and
dressed meats , the Erie having broken
'n as a largo carrier of dressed meats ,
, nd this has aroused the Pennsylvania
people. Dressed moats have' been
hipped into New England tor several
years. It ia only within n few months ,
howovof , that the Erie road has been
carrying this class of traffic into Now
York. After the business was begun
dressed moats were transferred from
the dead freight to the live stock
runk-lino pool. A similar trans-
'or was subsequently made in
the Ohlcago east-bound pool.
In each instance the Erie and the
Grand Trunk of Canada respectively
demanded , as a condition of the trans-
"or , that the percentages in the live
stock pool be raised. In the case of
the Grand Trunk the answer placed
the dressed meat traffic In a pool
wherein that road's percentage was
considerably less than it was In the
pool trom which the dreised meats
were taken. The shipments of dress
ed meats Into New York have been
steadily Increasing , and the business
has been enlarged sufficiently to ex
cite the Pennsylvania , which doea a
large stock business. At a meeting
Friday last in Commissioner Fink's
office It was decided to ( examine the
subject thoroughly , ascertain the ex
act loss to the roadn in carriage oi
dressed beef and live stock and the
relative profits of present rates to the
two classes of shipper * . The commit
tee will consist of representatives ol
the trunk lines and the Chicago roads ,
and it is expected to report to the
commissioner by April 15.
* Ien years ago the name of Lydii
E. Plnkham was scarcely known out
side of her native state. To-day it la
a household word all over the contl'
nent and many who road the secular
and religions journals have become
familiar with the face that shines on
them with a modest confidence , IE
which wo road the truth that "Noth'
ing ill can dwell in Bach a temple. "
Tne Value of Alligators.
From the Continent.
Six thousand baby alligators ar <
sold in Florida each year , and thi
amount of ivory , number of skiuu nm
quantity of oil obtained from the
older members of the Saurian famllj
are scfliolont to entitle them to i
high place among the products of thi
The hunters soil yonug " 'gators" n
525 per 100 , and the dealer from 71
cents to $1 each. Llvo alligators twi
years old represent to the captors 31
: ontR each , and to the dealer from $ !
; o $5 , as the season of travel is at it
icight or far advanced. A ton-foo
alligator la worth 910 , and ono four-
loon foot long is worth $25 to th
junior , while the dealer chargea twlc
or three times that amount. Th
eggs are worth to the hunter 50 cent
per dozen , and to the dealer 25 cent
When baby boa palm at dead of nltht ,
Uother la a fright , father In a plight ;
When worm * do bite , baby muit cry ,
It feret sets In , baby mun ale.
If croupy paloi kill Leonora ,
In that homo there's no UA8TOIUA ;
For motheri team without delay ,
CASTOIUA curee by night and Hay.
Tne Tjlmn-Lilln Olub.
Detroit Free Frees.
"Am Judge Perfection Smith in d
hall dla e a von In' ? ' asked the presldoc
aa ho laid aside his gavel and looke
"Yes , aah , " answered a volco full <
fiih.boncs and shlnglo-nalls shaken u
"Please ambulate dla way "
The j udgo ambulated , 11 o came u
y confident and smiling , expecting I
receive a gold medal for Inventing
ce moequlto-bar which also Catches rat
cem "Judge Smith , " said the presidoc
at In a solemn volco , "Jar am a few llttl
to things I desiah to spoke to yon abau
he Too war * at dp pcVoffis de odder di
1U to not box at $2.50 per quarte
All thb mall dat you rooolvo In six ;
month's wouldn't light a kerosene
lamp.1 Don why dls attempt to frow
on style and heap on agony ? "
" 1 I didn't rent ono , sab , " replied
the cnlprll In a weak voice.
"A few days ago. " continued the
President , lobdrheardyon trottln'ont
a Presidential candidate for 1884 You
had your biggest voice , an * you was
fllngln' your arms about , an * ono would
have thought yon knowod all about it.
Judge Smith , you will have no mo' to
do wld do makin * of do nex * President
of do United States dan ono grain of
sand will have in makin' up do great
Sahary Desert. "
"No , sah-dat's so , sah. "
1'Lot dls bo awarnln'to yon , sah.
From dls time on yon have no candi
date , doan' want one , an' take no in *
tereat in poly tics beyond what can be
'spooled of every citizen. If any man
axes you to tell him who am to bo de
nox * president do np yon do It. Keep
dat information looked tight in your
bnanm. An' a day or two ago yon
denounced yourself aa an advocate of
a tariff. Judge Smith , do yon know
what a tariff is ) "
"N not zactly , sab , but I was
gwlno to read up oa It. "
"Exactly ; an1 perhaps you'd better
road up on how to keep your mouf
shot on what yon doan' know an' doan'
affeck you ) Yon am a party lookln *
advocate , you am I While your wife
nooda shoes an' de chlH'on want
clothes yon walk aronn * do market
wld yer old white obercoat on to tell
do worl' dat yon doan' believe in dls
or dat , or dat you am wedded to dis
theory or opposed to dat one. "
"Izo sorry , sab , I'll drop do hull
blznesa right off. "
"See dat yer do. Theories are all
right onlesa a man am two minths be
hind on his rent. Doctrines am all
right when a family hain't ahlborln *
wld cold. Individual opinions count
far nulhln' when de individual can't
raise cash "nuff to get a patch on his
boot. Go an' sot down Judge
Smith , and doan' lose a mlnnt in
startin' on de road to reform. "
Money for the Unmarried.
One of the most solid andsnbettitlal
Institutions in this country la the jJar-
rlftge Fund and Mutual Trust Association ,
of Cedar Rapid * , Iowa. They are organ
ized , under the laws of Iowa , and heir of
ficers and directors are among the leading
and most prominent business men o Cedar
Rapids. Every unmarried person should
have a certificate In this association.
It is a splendid investment , as safe as
government bond. Yon can just as well
nave a good sum of money to commence
married life on aa not. A large number oi
members have been paid off , receiving over
800 per cent on their Investment. Write
for circulars fully detailing tbe plan , which
is the finest known. Do not postpone it.
Good agenta wanted. Mention where you
saw this notice. f 5-3m.
A Woman'a Secret.
Can a woman keep a secret ) We
should say so. There is Miss Mount-
chessington. Twelve months ago her
hair was aa black as the raven's wing.
To-day it ia the color of the canary
bird's breast. Did sha ever tell yon
or anybody else the cause of such an
extraordinary change ) No , Well ,
then , what the use of reiteaatlng the
scandalous conundrum , oan a woman
keep a secret )
Hop Bitten are the Purest and Bett Bitters
They are compounded from Hops ,
Malt , Buohn , Mandrake and Dande
lion , the oldest , best , and most valu
able medicines in the world and con
tain all the best and most curative
properties of'all other remedies , being
the greatest Blood Purifier , Livei
Regulator and Life and Health Res
toring Agent on earth. No disease 01
11-health can possibly lone exist where
these Bitters are need , BO varied and
perfect are their operations.
They give now life and vigor to the
god and infirm. To all whose employments <
ploymonts cause irregularities of the
bowels or urinary organs , or who re
quire an Vpotlzer , Tonic and mild
btimnlant , flop Bitters are invaluable ,
being highly curative , tonic and atlnv
nlating , without intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings 01
symptoms are , what the disease or ail
ment is , use Hop Bitters. Don' , ; wall
until you are sick , but if yon onlj
feel bad or miserable , use Hop Bitten
at once. It tray save your life. Hun
dredi have been saved by BO doing
$50 will be paid for a case tboy wll
not euro or help.
Do not suffer or let your friends snf
fer , but use and urge them to use Hoj
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vllo
drugged , .drunken nostrum , but thi
Purest and Best Medicine ever made
the "Invalid's , Friend and Hope , " am
no person orfamily should bo withou
them. Try the Bittora to-day.
Lou ell Citizen.Gould's
Jay Gould wants his friends to roc
ommonda name for his now yacht , li
which ho will go to Europe in June
We should suggest "Western Union,1
as that floats on water about as well a
anything wo know of.
"Who wnnt glossy , luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant ,
bountiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIRON. This
elegant , cheap article always
makes the llnfr grow freely
and fast , keeps it from falling
out , arrests and cures grayness -
ness , removes dandruff and
itching , makes the Hair
strong , giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Ucau-
tiful , healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
ry Omaha lational Bank
/ / HAS IBEENJ PROVED/
Dot 1 1 lam * back or dUordend nrin *
Indicate Jiat 700 are A vloUmr TIUCfDO *
NOTHZmTATEi tua KIDNXT.WOaTat
< mca ( drojjUts recommend 11) nd ItwUl
peodlljr ivaroama th dlwua and rater *
healthy action toallthaorctni.
* to your ICT , roeh M pain J
and weakfiCMe * . XLDW KY-WORT U tumr.
uued ! a * It will ct promptly and aafaljr.
Zither Bex. Ineonunanoe , rcuntlon of
urine , brlok dtut or ropTdepnlU. and doll
dnnin * pains , all ip dily yield to It * ear-
tlve power. i ( tn
"Mr Ethan Lawrence , my townsman , " nays
Dr Frllllp 0 Eallou ol Monition , Vt. , 'WM
bUatod from KHney dlitlie , Tbe tkln ol hti
legs thine like glaai. Kidney-Wort cured him
IS A SURE CURE
) for nil diseases of the Kidneys and I
It ha * tpeeiflo action on this most Important
> organ , enabling It to throw off torpidity and |
. inaction , stimulating the healthy accretion
i of the Bile , mnd by keeping the bo wels in ret
I condition , effecting Its regular dlschanre. '
MJI Iovld Xfyou are suffering from
IWInldl ICli malaria , have the chills ,
are bilious , dyspeptlo , or constipated , Kid
ney-Wort willBuraly relieve & quickly cure.
In this season to cleanse the System , every
one should take * thorough course of it. ( II )
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Price $1.
Tell my brother soldiers , " wrlt'i J. C Power ,
l Trenton , 111 , and all others , too , that Kidney
Wort cuitdmy 20 yeati liter dl < oiil rs tubllih
t , plsaco , m St. Lout * Olpbo-Democrnt , "
FORTHE PERMANENTCURE OF
No other dl"aso ii so prevalent in thi !
country as Constipation , and no remedy
his jver equalled the celebrated KIDNEY-
WOHT u a euro. Whatcvor the enure ,
H however obstinate the coco , this rtmod )
will overcome it.
Qi | K7C2 THIS dhtrwsln ; ; com-
Bi-fc. Oi plaint is voryapttobe
. complicated with constipation. Kidney-
O Wort strengthens the weakened partA end
to quickly cures all kinds of Files ev n % hen
physlclana and madld e * have before Rill.
ed. ITTIfyouhovo either of the e troubles
Another Btnk Cwhlir e-oipet. ODPIK * H
Ilorat , Onhler ol Myerst7trn ( Pa ) Hank , raid ,
recently : "Klclney-Woitcimdmyoleedl gitle3. "
HE GREAT CURE
- - - - - - -
As It U for all the palnral dlaoaaca of th
KIDNEYS , LIVER AND BOWELS.
It cleansea the system oftne acrid poison
o that cause * tie dreadful mflbrlng which
only the Tiotlmj of rheumatlim con. nallaa
THOUSANDS OF OASES
of the wont form * otthia terrible dloease
have beta quickly relieved ,
rniac * i. LIQUID n car , SOLD br DUCSCISTS.
( ! t ) Dry can b sent by moll , _
W1J.M , HICirAIlDSON & CO. , Burlington , Tt
"Kidney-Wort hts given Imme'lata relief , In
many case , of rheumatlum , falling under my no
tice. " Dr. Philip 0. tiallou , Monkton , Vt Api.
"I never found even relief from Rheumatism
and Kidney troubles till I uied Kidney Wort.
Now I'm we l.-DarldM. Miller , Uartford , Wb.
IDE 8PIUNO ATTAonUKNT NOT PATENT
A. J. SIMPSON.
1.09 and Ull Dodge Btiett ,
ug 7-me 6m' OMAHA , NKB.
WITH MINERAL WATER.
IN THE WORLD FOR
RHEUMATISM , V
| DYSPEPSIA )
KIDNEY COMPLAINT ,
LUNG DISEASES ,
SEDENTARY DISEASES ,
AND - " - ' ' .
I IMPURE BLOOD
ILER & CO. ,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS ,
OMAHA , NEB.
1 w iJ S'JL'Jbixc. car
Iron and Slate Hoofing ,
0. SPEOUT , . . Proprietor.
1111 Douglas St. - Omata , No ! )
MANUKACTUREU OF GALVANIZED
DORMER WINDOWS , FINIALS
, Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Speoht'i Patent Metalllo'.Skylisht Fatenl
Adjusted Hatchet Bar and Bracket
Bbelvlue. I am the pcneral K nt
for the above line of goods.
IRON FENCING ,
reiUngB. Balustrades , Verandai , Ire
Bank Killings , Window Bllndi , Col
lar Guard * } alee
GENERAL AGENT TOR
PEER80N & F.ILL PATENT IB
g. . SIDE BLIND.
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Fall Line of the Best Brands of
iJIGAES AM MUMMED TOBACCO.
ignite for BENWOOD HAILS AHDWLIN & BAND POWDER 60.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO
Fire and Burglar Prjj
1020 Farn ham Street ,
KEG & BOTTLED BEER ,
THIS EXCELLENT BEER SPEAKS
FOR ITSELF ,
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our Goods arc Made to the Standard of oar
GEORGE MENDING ,
Sole Agent for Omaha and the West.
Oioe Corner 13th and Hamey
OMAHA CORNICE WORKS.
BTJEMFING & BOLTE , Proprietors.
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofers
Ornamental Galvanized lionOornices , Iron Sky L'gats.Etc ' , ,
310 South Twelfth Street , OMAHAJ NEB.
mar 7-mon-wrd frl-me.
HEATING'AND ' BAKING
la only attained by using
Stoves and Eang2ss
WIRE bAUZE 'OVER DOORS ,
For ealo by
ROGERS & SOUS'
J Ialt.a * J
MORGAN & CHAPMAN ,
1213 Farnam St. . Omaha.
BOLLN & SIEVERS. ' I H. BOLLN& 00. ,
1509 Douqlas Street. | Oor. 16th and OallfornU St.
OMAHA SEED DEPOTS.
H ve brought . to this city fiom the Nrrai rl LM Jrcdlh & Son's , rhllajephla ) , and James U Thar *
burn 4 C' , New Yort , tbeUrKo-t utock olGari'caud Field Seeds evtr Imported before to this
city , allot which are guaranteed to be fresh and tiue to tbe nami.
Prices will also be as low as any EesponsibJe Dealer can Make ,
mar IG-oad-tf HENRY BOLLN & 00.
A. M. CLARK ,
SIQH WRITER feDEDflRATOS.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
WALL PAPEK i
Window Slides aiifl Curtains ,
CORNICES CURTAIN POLKS AND'
Paints , Oils & BruRlies.
107 Boatb Uth Htreet
OMAHA - - NEBRAHKA
BROOM AND BRUSH WORKS. .
Cor. of Fifteenth and Pacific Streets.
K. E , COPSON & 00 , , Proprietor * .
Will commence operation * about April 1 ; mSO-m&e Ira.
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