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THE DAIIA BEE-OMAHA FRIDAY APEIL 13
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The BEE PUBLISHING 00 , , Props ,
. ROSEWATER Editor-
OLD Bourbon will soon bo pro-
claimed king of the Bermudas.
GENTLE spring has oomo at last.
Tno wild goose and "dndo"havo made
their appearance ia Omaha.
THE Brooklyn board of aldermen
have voted themselves gold badges at
the city's expense. It Is supposed the
badges will bear the legend "IJiiraro
of Pickpockets. "
UNEASY lies the head that wears a
orown. Even the Marqoi i of Lome ,
Queen Vic's son-in-law , > a mortally
afraid of the dynamite spectre , and
has to bo shadowed by a sqn. < 1 of po
licemen while ho stays in Boston.
TALKING about dynamite plots and
Infernal machines reminds us of the
fact that pobody has as yet invented a
dynamite cartiidgo or infernal machine
that would make an explosion loud
enough to wake the average Omaha
ST. Louis is wrestling with the an
problem. Just now gas is soiling at
11 CO per thousand in ono section of the
city and at 91.25 per thousand In an
other section. A new gas company
has established competition In certain
treets and the old company has re
duced its rates to moot its rival.
I THE alleys mutt be paved and the
sooner tha Utter. To lay a soli J ,
inbstantial stpno pavement iriU ? oet
fcroporly owners ] ait 125 year1 ( or
fire years. There is no owner of a lot
on Farnam , Htraey or Danglas streets
who would feel this sum. The conn
oil ought to take the subject promptly
among the cowboys of Texas
> United Htates marshal has just been
sentenced to two years In the peniten
tiary for presenting fraudulent vouch
ers to Uncle Sim. Up hera in highly
civilised Nebraska a cuitodlao of the
government custom bouse and master
In chancery presents frauduleat
vonohen to Uncle Bam and goea soot
AIUXOHA la impatient over the scalp
dance on her Mexican border and pro
poses to to take a hand In It Inde
pendent of the army. There la some
talk of wiping out the San Oarloi
agency and Agent Wlloox has called
for troops to protect his tagged and
tanned wards. An attack on the
agency Apaches would be disastrous ,
Out of some twenty seven thousand
Indians In Arizona and Niir Mexico
11 but two hundred are quietly on
their reservation. The effect of t
massacre of Apaoha warriors can eas
Uy be imagined , It looks as 11
Arizona had now enough to do to take
oare of the hoatlles without stirring
up the peaooablo Apaches to innurreo
boon a good deal of po
lltlcal jag glory about the mayorshlj
which is , to aay the least , amusing I
not disgusting. The idea of Walto
Bennett rosbiag posthaste to Mayo
Chase's bedside to swear him In mns
have originated In the prolifij brain o
Frank Walters. The gang of shyster
who are expecting to mine on th
mayorahlp had become frightened eve
OjU Chase's Illness. Nut that the ;
loved the colonel so ranch , bn
that they wanted to mak
sure that the political plnnde
shouldn't allp out of their clutches b
a new electionIn , case the mayor die
before he qualified. So Walter whoi
weather eye b on the city attorney
ship and Walter's whose eye is o
averything that's lying around loosi
rushed down to Colonel Chase's bet
side and a wore him In pretty much i
Spanish inquisitors were wont to ba ]
UZB a Jew just before he was roasto
on a spit. Wlut could Colonel Ohae
do ? He had to submit an
ho was sworn in before hi
bond was presented to th
council for approval which , of course
was requisite before ho could qualify
r-t It it all B f a now. The twin Walter
are supremely hippy over their rapt
flink movement on the man with th
icythe and an hour glass. Fortnt
ately Mayor Ohaso la In a fair wa
towards recovery and the prospeotiv
wake which the two Walters expeote
to attend has been Indefinitely posl
TO MUCH WIND.
There is such a thing aa to much
polling fora city. S.une men , natur
ally Riven to bowling , itnagino the
only way to build up groit cities is by
Indoecrimlnato lying about their
growth and prospaete. Omaha Las
never boon moro proiporous. This la
a safe statement tint nobody could
gainsay. But when men indulge in
extravagant atorloa about our marvel
lous increase ID wealth nnd population ,
they do positive inju y. Wo nro not
booming like a newly ( lodged mining
town , bat wo are growing
steadily and legitimately In
every direction. Oar volnmo of
trade Is Increasing , onr in
dustrial Interests nro developing ,
real estate shows a conatant and
healthy advance , and wo have begun
public improvements on a largo and
This Is saying n good deal. Columns
of wind and bombast will not help the
city half so much aa a cindld state
ment of her actual condition basdd
Brag is a good dog , but hold fast is
a bettor one , Imaginary statistics
and extravagant estimates cannot long
deceive anyone , On a fair estimate
wo have probably 42,000 people.
Our oltlr.ans are progressive , but they
are behind several other western
cities in enterprise. It Is only fair ,
however , to say that the enlargement
of onr coincides IB greatly helping
matters. In a great many * Instances
dnrlnR the past five years , the Omaha
undertakers have proved themselves
to be public benefactors ,
What wo need is not a constant
glorying over onr prospects , Good
prospects are no doubt satisfactory ,
but present effort is the thing which
assures future achievement. We
will only go ahead by going
ahead. Admiring ourselves in the
glass will not keep onr city's dross
from wearing out. In many respects
aa a city Omaha Is crndo and back *
ward. Oar streets are unsightly and
ragged , owing to the varying structure
of the buildings which line them.
Oar sidewalks and crossings as a rnlo
are wretched. We have taken steps to
pave onr business streets , but onr
alleys which open upon them are
slongha ot des pond. The county late
to give ns a magnificent
court house , but our city
officers occupy wretched and don
gorous quarters. We have a
comfortable and a commodious opera
house , but no town hall for public
meetings , and no maikot benne whore
cong mer , and producer can inde di
rectly. A doEJil wUroads have their
termini here , but wo have no bettor
depot to show than the mammoth cow
ahed at the head of Ninth street.
These are a few of onr deficiencies
which cannot and ought not to be
conotaled , It Is pleasantUo lull our
selves Into a state of self satisfaction
by patting each other on the back and
pointing to onr growth , bat there U
danger that In doing this we may over
look the p&lnts where our greatest
room for Improvement lies.
THE FAHAMA OANAX , .
Definite news of what hu been done
by DdLoasopps towards constructing
the Panama canal Is now for the first
time available from a responsible and
Impartial source. Lieutenant Rogers ,
of the navy , has made a report to
Admiral Ojoper which states Intelli
gently and concisely the progress ol
the work. This report , as condensed
by the New York Sun , shows thai
the canal is really undei
' way. Ic is two years since the van
guard of the oonstruotlon party at
rived at AsplnwaU. They found nol
only no part of their way cleared , bu
oven the proposed line of the cana
not certainly fixed , and no homos t <
Hvo In or buildings fit for the storagi
of their tooln , machinery and prop
erty. What has boon slnoo aojom
pllshed , as Lieut. Rodgcrs m ko
plain , is the building of wharves at th
termini , the creation of workshopi al
along the line , the setting up of ma
chlnory therein , the construction o
villages for the workmen and en
glnoers , the definite fixing of the axl
of the canal , and the clearance of thi
route from anrfaoo Impediments to
width of over 300 feet throughout
Lately the delayed contracts hav
been completed , It Is safe to say tha
the machine digging of the oana
proper will op n with vigor at the bt
ginning of the dry seaion , There hi
already been a good deal of actual -ei
cavatlon done by hand , Th
basin , on the Oolon section 1
which vessels may Ho li
safety Is partially dredged oul
The excavation of the main out hi
been begun in Qorgona by hand. Be
yond Oblipo C50 men have been fc
some weeks engaged In the aotni
work of canal digging. In the Onli
bra section , which Is the highest poll
cf the route , they have dug down 1
the proposed full depth of the cana
In short , it is evident from the obac
vatlona of Lieutenant Rogers thi
not only reservoirs and railways f <
carrying oil the refuse , besides othi
Important aids , have baen thorough !
prepared , and docks , quarters , m
chiuory and rolling stock made road ;
bnt in four sections the actual woi
of digging Is going on by manual 1
bor. The canal is to be excavate
down to the s % level throughout , I
preference to the lock system , whlc
was proposed for the Nleangt
scheme. The sum of $26,000,000 has
already been expended , and Llouton.
nnt Rogers thinki that the ulti
mate coat must exceed the
original estimate of $120,000,000.
Bat thcro Booms to bo no difficulty in
aacnrlng funds ; the companies shares
are eagerly taken up and it Is claimed
that double the amount could easily
bo raised if necessary. From present
prospects the canal will bo completed
by 1890 , by which time the Facifu
coast will bo in rapid steam and sail
ing communication with the eastern
seaboard by a channel which cannot
bo blocked by pools or obstructed by
consolidations of interests.
Some of onr esteemed Nebraska ox-
ohangoa claim that THE BEE Is Incon
sistent in urging an Increase of assess
ments upon real estate In this city and
county that Is listed at ridiculously
low figures. Ono of the rural editors
who fecla proud of his brass collar
makes this alarming diccovery In the
following language : "Tho Omaha
BEE has been neutralizing its own
anti-monopoly talk. A while since it
was rampant to have the railroad val
uation raised. It now , however , is
just as rampant to have other valna
tlons raised. If both are raised , there
will be no difference , as between the
railroads and the people , from the
previous statnt ; and so Rosewater has
boon trading on fictitious capital , aa a
professed blatant antl-monopllst , sim
ply hood-winking and deceiving the
If THE BEE had advocated the rais
ing of railroad assessments and had
approved of tax ahlrking on the part
of other corporations and individuals
it would have boon both nnjnst and
Inconsistent. What wo have urged
and argo now is such an equalization
of aeaosssients as will properly dit-
trlbato taxatbn and placa its burdens
where they belong. Wo wage no war
on railroads and have never asked that
they pay moro than their just share
of taxes. And the fact that we have
denounced tax shirking on the part of
private individuals affordo the best
proof that TUB BEE Is not a blatant
demagogue that wants ono law for the
railroads snd another for other taxable
There ia this contrast , however , be
tween railroad taxation and the taxa
tion of other classes of property.
Rillroads in Nebraska are not only
assessed too low , bat a largo proportion
tion of their property escapes all tax
ation , while ia QUA : cities the proportion
tion of taxpayers who shirk taxation
through low asseaaments is compara
tively small. What wo need is a fair
equal and Impartial assessment of all
property whether Us owners are cor
porations , bankers , business men ,
real estate speculators or owners of
road beds and franchises , and machine
shops and depot grounds and build
ings , Wo want a decrease of taxa
tion for thoio who are now paying
more than their share , through an In
crease of asaeaament on those who are
now paying leas
A BLIGHT stoppage in two of oui
sewer mains have given rise to sense
less talk that the Waring tystemis t
failure , and the pipes too small to dc
their duty. In the fifteen monthi
daring which It has been in operattoi
In Omaha , the Waring tyatem hai
proved to bo all that was claimed fo :
it. Bat the Waring system Is not In
tended to do away with the ash bo :
and the garbage cart. I
will not take the place o
our street gultorr. If caroles
and foolish people who have sowo
connections with th'elr houses am
places of business persist in allowln
the pipes to be choked up with gai
bate ; and solid matter the fault is the !
own. The difficulty this week i :
ono of the sewer mains arose from It
nso for receiving the rofnao from
livery stable. In another main
stoppage was cauaed by sweopin
being thrown In the oloaots.
Onr citizens ought to undontan
tbo uoo of a sanitary sewer systea
The Waring plan is only intondc
to cany off the sewage from olosei
and sinks. The pipes are four iuohc
In diameter , amply largo enough fc
the purpose , bnt not too largo to t
kept continually free from gas by cot
stant flushing. All that is needed I
maintain the efficiency of the ejston
Is & little common sense on the pai
of the people who me It , and ordinal
supervision on the part of the city ol
ficlala to prevent sewer connection
which are likely to Impair its woikloj
Now that Judge Gresham has ei
ternd upon his duties as postmasti
general , Frank Hatton can devote h
attention to the "half breed * " tbronf
the National Republican. Its laat I
sno calls the Now York repnbllcai
who opposed the machine last fa ' !
to "blackmailers , " "footpads of the poll
leal highway , " "mercenaries , " "apl
r and traltois , " "vulgar brawlers , " at
&t a great many other hard names , at
or says "tho republican party can on
or live by extirpating the oanoar th
gnaws at Its vitals. " This doea n
aonnd exactly like party harmony. M [
Hatton has done President Arth
rk more injury than any other elemo
In his administration.
3d The First Domestic Problem.
in FhUaJtlphla N ws ,
3h Mr , and Mrs. David Davis are hoi
ia from thftir wedding tour , and invlt
lions are out for quilting bee.
however , are not much needed this
time of you- , and moat likely this Is
only a blind , Mr . Davis * object being
to got enough help to build a patch for
Olvll Service Reform.
Said apromlnont politician last night
to The Critic :
"I can give yon a good point on
the civil service oommlislon if yon want
"Want It ? Why , lam crying for
it. 1 want anything that ia calculated
In the least to expose a fraud , and I
think this civil norvico business Is a
fraud ont of muddy water. What is
your p < iatt'
"Well , It la this : About a month
ago , this civil service commission , of
which D. B. Eaton ia chairman , em
ployed a stenographer to report the
proceedings of the commlstlon. Bo
WAS and is a sober , hard working , In
dustrious man and competent to the
fullest extent. Everything wont on
smoothly until abouc a week ago , when
Mr. Elton went to him and told him
that ho wonld have to resign in
order that his place might bo supplied
" ' Is ' Mr. Dovlo
'Why thle , queried ,
for that WAS the joang man's name ;
'what have I dent ? Am I not com
petent ? and have I not done my work
" 'Oh , yes , ' aald Mr E.ton , 'but
there ia such a pressure brought to bear
on ua from New York by Postmaster
Pdarson and others that we find It
necessary to resort to this move In or
der to satlafy the clamor. '
" 'But yea will aivo mo a chance in
compotltivo examina'ion , will you
not ? That la in acoordauca with the
civil service law. '
" 'Oh , no ; we have not commenced
to work under the law yet. After
wo get organized wo will then transact
all business In strict accordance with
the civil service law aa passed by the
laat congress. '
"This ended the conversation , and
Mr. Doyle had to step down and oat ,
and the Now York man was put In. "
The Grand Army Boys.
Gancral Roggen , secretary of state
and adjutant general of Nebraska , and
General Bowen , jadje ; advocate of de
partment of Nebraska , Grand Army
Republic , were In Denver last week.
They came as a delegation from Ne
braska to confer with the daparttrient
commander of Colorado in regard to
tents. The department ot Nebraska
hold a reunion In September and de
sire to secure the tents which are In
uae in Colorado in July. The bill
that was introduced Into congress pro
viding for the loan of EOO hospital
tenis passed the house , but for some
reason did not get through the senate ,
consequently It was anppoaed that
they could not be procured , the secre
tary of war having no authority to
loan without special act of congress.
The Nebraska delegation Inalat that
thia law only applies to the loan of
government property to Individuals ,
bat that * hQ secretary cf war can make
the loan on reqsUUlvP of governors of
state * . Accordingly the governor of
Nebraska and Governor Grant , of
Colorado , have made requisition for
the use of 500 tents. Adjutant Gen-
I oral Riqgen , of Nebraska , and Ad-
I jut ant General Shepperd , of Colorado ,
I left for Washington last evening with
i these rtquldtlons and prepared to re-
I oolpt for the property on the part of
I each state If It can bo obtained. If the
party Is snocestful it will save an ex
pense of $2COO , which otherwise
wonld have to be paid ont for rent ol
tents procured from manufacturer.
Ooatly Private Billiard Tables.
New York Sun.
Two specially designed billiard
tables for private nae are now belnj
by the Calender company , which will
exceed in cast aad artistic work anj
heretofore manufactured. One is In
tended for the now residence of Mr
0jrnellna Vaudorbilt , Jr. , on F.ftt
avenaeand the other has beenorderec
for ( he town boose of Baron Arthni
do RHhschlld , cf Paris.
Mr. Vnderbllt'e table la construct
ed of Imported old English oak , Ira
Ronaisianco style- Costly and elab
orate carvings and designs by a cele
brated artist embellish the aides ant
end broad railb , which are curved in
stead of the usual straight bevel. Thi
la done to ahow off the rich oarvlngi
to bettor advantage. Oaplds plavicf
billlaidi and other fanciful illnatra
tlons carved in solid wood adorn th
cushion rallr , The legs are unlquean
nrtlstlo in design. Toe table , who
finished , will bo a m&talve ( hoe o
furniture , built to laat for MJOU. Th
a coat ol thla table will be $2 500.
Too table for Birou do Rnhaohil
la not qulto ao costly or BO prof nael
B decorated aa the one for Mr. Vender
bilt. It la of a chaste and beantifc
design. The body of the table Is c
solid American Walnut , with panelsc
French walnut. Panels on the aid
and end broad rails are embelllsbe
ts with carvings of foliage , naturally ar
Another expensive table for privat
use was recently made by Mr. Bradle
Martin , of thia city. It is constructs
of solid black-walnut , richly carvec
tort with ornaments In bronco. Prealden
Arthur , the Btltlah minister and Qoi
rt B. F. Butler also sight their oncsovc
specially designed tables. Gov. Ba
ler' Is very costly.
Fuel and Water on Ocean Bteameri
A correspondent aiks for Inform *
tlon u to the amount of water an
coal consumed by an ocean steamier
or in crowing the Atlantic , and-whetbi
Ja tea water is used for filling the boiler
Great changes have occurred In oces
steam navigation since the first Oai
lana ard steamer entered Boston harbor I
na 1840 , by which the quantity of fret
'I , water and coal required on a sing
It- voyage has been v * > ry much redncti
The Introdnctlon of the surface 001
lea donalng process prevents the waste i
ad steam , which Is now saved for coi
ad tinual service , and thereby greatly r
duces the quantity of water noedn
The Ounard steamer Atlas , of 2,3 !
at tons , bofuro leaving port fills h
lot boilers with fresh water , their capaoli
r. being from forty to fifty tons , at
r.ur thia quantity la generally sufficient' '
last through the voyage , but In cue
nt runs short the distilling apparatus c
board can make up the deficient
from sea water. For fuel she usual
carries about 600 tons ot coal , tl
dally consumption being from tnlrt
no five to forty tons , and the run aero
the ocean require * about 400 too
The Sir via , the latest addition to this
line , an Immense stcumer of 7,302
tons , requires about 175 tona per day ,
whllo the old Scotia , which waa about
one quarter i ho size of the now
oteamor , consumed from 150 to 175
tona dally. Thla great saving in coal
la owliiy In the invention of the com
pound marine engine.
A Corner on Shad.
As fast aa we got rid of ono monopo
ly another Is saddled upon the dear
peoplo. The backbone of the Stand-
and is racked by the free plpo line bill
and a threatened investigation. Bnt
right on top of the good DOWB comes
the rumor that a company of Phlla-
delphlans are golnc to bay up all the
Djlawaro shad. Not oven a reform
legislature can break a corner in had.
It would break the hearts of Phlladel-
phlana through their stomachs to bo
that ( ff from the muil spring supply
of Ddlawaro shad. The price of beef
may be lowered by the competition of
Cnicago dressed beef , bnt there nro no
Chicago shad to lower the price of
Djlawaro shad. In fact , thnro Is bat
one kind of ahad , and that Is the Del
aware shad. Potomao shad m y
do for Washington ; Sutquu-
hanna ahnd may be good
enough for Baltimore ; oven Connecti
cut shad may answer for the gourmand
of the Nutmeg State , but for the
Proskaners and Augnitlnos , the Phil
adelphia club and tbo Union League
and the hundreds cf Philadelphia
homes where ia known what's what , it
must bo Ddlawaro shad or no shad at
all. The close corporation of shad
monopolists will , it IB fe&rod , deoldo
the question for all Philadelphia by
seizing the source and shutting off the
supply. The fish-woman's cry of
"shad , oh , " will bo stilled. Spring
will not be Spring. Mourning will
take the place of jay. Even the dumb
cats will chare the peneral grkf. The
money spent on the fish commission
will bo thrown Into tno maw of an In
satiate corporation. Where shall i
hungry people turn for rellel ?
Toe State Far.
A meeting of the state board o
agriculture was held Wednesday at
the office of the Nebraska Ice Com
Chairman Dunham , President Mo.
Intyro , Treasurer Hartman , Secretary
Wheeler and Messrs. Grenell , Kent
and Boiren were present.
Mr. Rheem , on behalf of the Doug
las county society , asked for their ad
mission to the exhibition on the same
terms cs last year , which was granted ,
Washington and Bart counties alto
asked and were granted the privilege
of holding their fairs at the same time
and place. They will eroot their own
Mr. Danham , who had been ordered
to make arrangements with McDonald
for chat lot races , reported the contract
made for four days during the fair.
Mr. Danham was authorized to
maka arrangements with Oloae Bros ,
for hurdle races.
FOR BALE ,
A tew side-bar , end spring top bug
gy , made by Snyder and took first
prize at the state fair last fall ; never
nsad and will be sold low. Apply at
Western Newspaper Union , cor. 12th
and Donelaa st. f eb28m&etf
1h BalldlBg An rotation.
. The directors of the Omaha Loan
and Bnlldinp association held a meetIng -
Ing Wednesday and elected the fol
lowing c fibers for the ensuing year :
President Wm. F. Bechel.
Vice President John Rosioky.
Treasurer E , K Long.
Secretary G. M. Nattlnger.
Subscriptions for stock are coming
( n rapidly and applications may be
made to any of the above named offi
cers until further notice.
HUB PUNCH ,
clear or with water , lemonade , etc. , "tops' '
eveiy punch for fltvor. It is used clear 01
mixed to suit the taste.
Real Batuto Tranorero
The following deeds were filed foi
neord In the rrrr.Jifork's office
April 11 , report oi for THE BEE bj
Ames' real estate agency :
F. D. Miner w d , to Minnie E
Hay den , lot 0 , Terrace addition ; f 500 ,
Thomas A.-Orelgh and wife , w d , tc
Helen N. Clark lot' 5 , block 8 , Bans
com Place ; (650.
Charles 0. Housel w H , to Conm
G. Fisher lot 2 , block 213J. S3 590 ,
Martha M. Iih w d , to Arvllla 0
B-own w i , lot 11 and 5 fee * , of lo
10 , In Kuos division of lot 0 , Chpito
addition ; $2 500.
Margaret E. Hnlr w d , to L. R
Tattle , lot 22 , Tattle's subdlvlon
E. Y. Smith and wife w d , to Andrew
row Nelson , B J lot 2 block 21 , E. "V
Smith's addition , $250.
Kent R. Hnyden and Minnie E
Hyden , w d to F. D Miner ; lot 3
Catharine J Jackson and hnabam
and Luoretla E. Jackson , w d to 8ar l
G. Booster ; part of sees 25 and 3E
1C 12 ; $500.
L R. Tattle , Jr. , w d to M. A
H lr ; lot 21 , Tnttle's subdivision
Charity F. and Henry HIckman , i
d to Ellen Evans ; wi lot 38 , Bur
Oak ; $750.
John Edwards and wife , q o to Oi
car B. Selden ; lota 5 and 6 , blk 12
Isaac & Selden ; $1.
John M. Yerga and others , not
Oscar B. Selden ; lots 5 and 6 , bloc !
12 J > o & Selden'n add , ; 127 33.
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Lumbago , Bickacht , HetdscheToothach ,
ie S r ThrMt. awtlltan. Bpralu. BrvltM ,
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THEOItaRLKH A. VOOEUCKOe
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
AISWO laoOlNKET , BKLT1NQ , HOSK. BRASS AND IRON riTTINaa FIF SMAJl
PACKING , AT WHOLKSALB AND BBTAIL.
ilALLADAY WIND-MILLS CHURCH AND SCHOOL SEUS
Cor. Farnam and 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
O. F. GOODMAN.
AND DEALER IN
And Window Glass.
MAHA - - . - - . NEBRASKA.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Growers of Live Stock and Others.
WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
Ground Oil Cake.
It Is the beat and cheapest food for stock of any kind. Ono pound la equal
o thrco pounds of corn. Stock fed with Ground Oil Cake in the fall and win-
or , Instead of running down , will increase in weight and bo in good market-
ible condition in the spring. Dairymen aa well aa others who use it can tea t
ify to its merits. Try it and judge for yourselves. Price $25.00 per ton ; no '
hargo for sacks. Address
o4-ood-me WOOODMAN LINSEED OIL 00. , Omaha , Nob.
M. Hellman < fe Co.
1301 and 1303 Farnam St. Cor.
OMAHA , NEB.
McNAMARA & DUNCAN.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
KENTUCKY AND PENNSYLVANIA
in lend or Free , Also direct Importers of
WINES , BRANDIES AND ALES ,
Jobbers and Manufacturers of Fine
Agents for Jos. Schlitz1 Milwaukee Beer ,
Bottled and in Kegs.
214 & 216 S , 14TH STREET , - - - OMAHA , NEB ,
SASH , DOORS , BUNDS , STAIRS ,
Stair Railings , Balusters , Window
and Door Frames , Etc.
First-class facilities for the Manufacture of all kinds of Mouldings , Phnlcg nnd
matching a Specialty. Orders from lha country will b promptly executed ,
addrewuttl commnnlcfltl A. MOVER. Prnutli
A. M. OLARK
> SIBH WRITES &DEDDBAIOB.
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL
WALL PAPER !
Window Shadea and ( Mains ,
OORNIOES CURTAIN POLES AND
Paints , Oils & Brushes.
107 Boath Uth Btiwet
BROOM AND BRUSH WORKS.
Cor. of F.fteenth and Pacific Streets.
R. E , OOPSON & CO. , Proprletori.
Will commence operations abont April 1 ; m2G m&o 1m
Freflerio , Monroe Oo , , losa ,
0. E. MAYNE , Proprietor ,
HM constantly on hand large number
of Horses ,
Matched Teams & Single Drivers
D tcdrtlom o ! Herts * and othu Intorma
tlon Mat by mall on tppUciUon.
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