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UNOLE OUTHBERT ,
It is Olnronco Dydo's slopl"
< ind lloao Eldon aprang to her foot , rosy
nnd smiling , with the freshly-plucked
holiotropa trembling among her glossy
brown Draids , nnd the pretty blno dress
floating nround her like an azure cloud.
Only 18 , and very fair nnd lovely waa
our little Kosa a ttiflo spoiled and will
ful , perhaps , but what else could ono or
pecU Every ono potted and made much
of her everyone smiled at her pretty ,
kittenish way and Olaronco llydo
thought her the fairest specimen of feminine
nine humanity that overtho sun shone
Lizzie Eldon made room for her sister
Lizzie , just one year younger and
scarcely loss fair yet very different in
character , Lizzy was quiet , and sago and
domnro , while Rosa rattled away like n
merry mountain stream flowing ovpr
its mossy stones. Lizzy thought her sis *
tor perfection , while Rosa was lecturing
Lizzy in a capricious fashion , and laying
down'tho law to her after the most ap
proved manner of older sisters.
> < "
Lizzio , with a half encouraging smile , as
Rosa paused at thd glass to adjust her
hair. "I wish I was engaged 1"
"You ? Oh , you nro nothing but a
child , " Rosa said patronizingly. 'There
give mo my pocket handkerchief. "
And away she wont , light and and
litho an a blua winged butterfly. .
Olaranco Ilydo woa in the parlor anx
iously awaiting her coming , but Clarence
had rather a disturbed faco. Ho was n
well made , handsome young follow , with
laughing , twine brown eyes , straight
features and brown hair thrown back
Irom n broad , frank brow ,
"Why , what makoa you lookso sober ? "
was Rosa's first question when the core-
moninls of greeting were gene through
with and she had had tirao to take a good
look into his faco.
"Sober ! do 1 ? "
Ho was playing rather recklessly with
the crimson cord that looped back the
white muslin draperies of the pretty
bay window that made Mrs. Eldon'a
cottage look like ono of the lovely rustic
liabitntionn you BOO in old English engrav
ings."Exactly as if you had the toothache
or a bad conscience. "
Olaronco luughod in spite of himself.
' You are wrong , then my little riddlo-
juossor : I am afllictcd with neither the
ono nor the other. "
"Well , what is it , then ? "
"Rosa , what should you say if it were
to become necessary to defer our mar
riage for some tiuiol"
A shadow came ever the infantile bloom
and freshness ot Rosa's faco.
"To dofpr our marriage , Olaronco ? I
can't imagine what you mean. "
"Listen , Rosa , and I will toll you. My
undo has just coma from California , very
poor and a confirmed invalid. \ am his
only surviving relative , and to mo ho
ho naturally appealed for protection and
companionship. 1 must give him a homo
Rosa , You know I had laid up just
enough to begin housekeeping in a quiet ,
economical sort of way , but the now plan
will necessarily alter all of my arrange
"I never hoard'of any uncle before. "
"No.doarostj I know very little of him
-nothing personally , as ho never visited
my father's house during his lifo-timo. "
Rosa's face was turned away from Olar
once Hyde's ; she was silently twisting a
piece o ! paper round and round her Blon
der f oroQugor.
"Rosa , " ho said after waiting a minute
or two for her to make some remark ,
"toll mo honestly , dear ono , which you
prefer to begin housekeeping on this
now scale ono more frugal and humble
than I had originally hoped and intended
or defer our marriage until I can earn
enough to carry out those original ar
She was silent fora moment , then she
answered in a voice which seemed to chill
Clarence's buoyant young heart.
"Rosal"ho oxolaimod , "I do not un
derstand you , " p
"I spoke plainly enough. Neither ! "
'Do you moan that "
"I moan that you must cither give up
your undo or mo , After all that has
boon said and known of our engagement
after Its publicity and length , 1 certainly
cannot consent to a further postpone
ment. And wo hhall bo poor enough if
wo marry immediately , without filling our
house with needy relatives. "
Olarenco Ilydo looked ab his fair
fiance in perfect amazoaiont. Never in
the whole courao of their acquaintance
had ho soon this phnao of character. Ho
had fancied her all that was swept , pure
and womanly. Could it bo possible that
she was cold hearted and selfish anddoad
to all the sweet tirs of nature ?
"Rosa , " ho said , mournfully , "is this
to part us ? "
"It is for you to say. "
"Do you vfish mo to give up my poor ,
dependent uncle ? "
"Either him or mo , " Rosa answered ,
"It will bo hard very hard , for mo to
lay aside the brightest wishes of my life , "
ho said earnestly , "but , Rosa , duty is my
first objoct. I cannot leave my undo to
wear out his few remaining days in pover
ty and solitudo. "
"Vory well , " answered Rosa carelessly
stooping to pick up the odorous purple
blossoms which had fallen from her hair ,
"than wo shall consider our engagement
dissolved , "
"And can you give mo up so readily ,
Rosa ? "
"Oh , " said Rosa , a little impatiently ,
"whore's the use of being romantic about
it ? You have chosou your part , I have
chosen mine. So lot it bol"
Clarouco Hyde took his leave , dejected
enough. It is not pleasant to sot up a
fair idol and worship it with all the
strength and tenderness of your nature ,
only to find , after all , that it is dust and
ashes hollow-hearted and false.
Cuthbort Hyde sat smoking his brier-
wood meerschaum by the open window
as Olaronco entered a square , shronrd-
looking old man , with uconly-soamod
wrinkles on his brow , and restless , spark
ling oyosgloaming like live coals beneath
his shaggy brows.
"Glaroncoiny boy , something has gone
wrong , " ho said , brusquely , after ho had
regarded his nephew in silence for awhile ,
"Toll the old undo what it is- "
"I have told you all about Rosa Eldon ,
sir ; well , she aud I are in fact , it is allover
ever between us ,
"Engagement broken , oh ? Past the
power of patching up)1' ) '
"Yes , uno o. "
"Atd it was on my account ? Nay ,
boy | don't turn away 1 can road the
truth in your eyes , So she played you
false ? "
" \Vo are parted , undo ia not that
ououub ? "
"Well , perhaps so norhaps so. It was
well you found her out m time , Olarenua.
It' * for the best , my boy. " i
CUionco Ilydo was passing .ilovro the [
village street a day or two subicqnontly ,
toward dusk on a mellow August evening !
when n slight form glided up to him and
n tremulous hand was laid upon his own.
Ho started at first , but quickly recognized
the face and figure.
"Oh , Clarence , I could not rest with
out tolling how very , very wrongl thought
Rosa , and how sorry I am for you.
"Thanks , Lizzy. I do not think she
has treated mo exactly right. "
Lizzy burst into tcsrs.
"How could aho bo so cruel , so un
womanly ? You nro right , Clarence you
acted nobly , i think Rosa will ono day
live lo repent it. "
As Clarence stood there listening to
Lizzio Eldon'a impetuous words and hold
ing her soft little hand in his own , ho
wondered that ho hod never noticed how
very , very pretty she was n softer , more
subdued style of beauty than Rosa's , yet
not loss bewitching in its way.
They haunted him all night long , that
oval , earnest face , these swimming blue
oyos.Day by day Rosa's imago wared fainter
and more faint in his memory , and Liz
zy's shy , gentle looks grow moro tham
ever present in his heart ,
"I do believe 1'vo fallen in love with
the girl , " ho thought. "I wonder
what she would say if I was to propose to
her ? "
Next to the wonder came the realiza
tion. Ono fine October day , when they
had strayed a little way from the gay ,
nutting party , whoso voices made the ola
yellow-leaved woods musical , Mr. Hyde
asked Lizzy Eldon if she would accept
the love her sister had alighted , and Liz-
ST' , ' smiling and trembling , answered
m , yes.
"You BOO , Uncle Cuthbort , " said Olar
once eagerly , as ho explained the now
position of affairs to his undo that evening -
ing , after ho had safely escorted Lizzy
homo , with her basket of nuts only half
filled ( and no wonder , all things consid
ered ) , "it will bo so pleasant I Wo shall
all alive together , and Lizzy says she vrill
love you dearly. Lizzy is such n famous
little housekeeper. She thinks it will bo
so ploasantjj o have you sitting by our
hoarthstonbT And , undo , you will go and
BOO her to-morrow , won't you ? "
"Yes , " said Undo Cuthbort , briefly ,
" ' "
And the next day Lizzy vras surprised
at her sowing by a brown-faced , little
old man , who abruptly took both her
hands in his and imprinted a kiss upon
her crimsoning forehead , just aa if ho
was the oldest acquaintance in the
"So you'ro going to marry my nephew ,
Lizzy , are you ? " said Undo Cuthbert.
"Yes sir " made timidly
, , Lizzy answer ,
"And you love him , Lizzy ? "
"Oh , yes , sir. "
"And you won't object to having the
the old man lumbering 'round the house ,
helpless and feeble though ho bo ? "
"I shall bo DO glad to have you live
with us , sir , for I never remember my-
father and you will bo like ono to mo ,
I am sure. "
Undo Outhbort kissed her again , and
walked away as abruptly as ho had como.
"He's a very funny old gentleman , "
thought Lizzio , "but I know I shall like
Iloso contemplated the present state cf
affairs very cooly a little contemptuously
"If you choose to adopt all Olaronco
Hyde's poor relations , why I can only
wonder at your taste , " she said loftily.
Bub Lizzio only smiled , and doubted
to herself whether Rosa coald really ever
have loved Olaronco.
"No , no , nol" echoed her heart.
The day of the wedding drew near.
Lizzie's white dress was nearly finished ,
and modest little presents were beginning
to bo sent in from friends and neighbors ,
"Hero's my present , " said Undo Cuth
bert , walking in ono day and tossing a
a ! ittlo carved wood box into Lizzy's lap.
"I cut out these wooden flowers myself ,
when I was in California. "
"Oh , Undo , what a dear little box , "
said Lizzio , smilling her bright thanks ,
while Rosa elevated her nose rather
"Well , but open it ; It's lined beauti
fully , " said the old man.
"Why , thero's n parchment phnrt in it ,
Undo , ' cried the astonished Olaronco ,
who was loaning ovorjLizzio's shoulder.
"Of course there is a deed making
over $50,000 to Lizzy Eldon the day of
her maraingo , " answered Undo Cuthbert ,
dryly , "and I've got just another ono for
you at homo , Olaronco , my boy. Aha I
the old undo was not so very poverty
strickenafter all. You musn't thinkmy
young lady , " ho added , turning abruptly
to Rosa , "that gold isn't gold because its
a trifle tarnished and rusty. Appearances
aren't anything in this world !
And BO Olaronco and Lizzy began the
world with the fairest of prospects , and
true love enough to float the bark of lifo
into the sweet Imvon.
Rosa Eldon was somewhat chagrined in
her. secret soul , but she wisely kept her
feelings to herself , and old Undo Outh
bert was quite satisfied with the choice
his nephew had mado.
"She's worthtwicoa hundred thousand
dollars in hur own sweat self , Olaronco , "
ho said , confidentially , to Mr. Hyde ,
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GAUUKN 'JL'IIUCK ,
The 1'rolHu to bo Made Out of Well-
Conducted Mnrkct Gardens ,
Atlanta Constitution ,
Four dozen big rod boots for forty
That was what the gardener said ho
was paid for them , It seemed a panic
"Aud yet , " said the gardener aa ho
pulled up another blood-colored vegetable
and knocked the damp earth from around
the loots , "I can clear $200 au aero on
boots ab that price. They pay woll.
There is hardly a bolter paying crop thin
The scribe and the gardener sat down
under the cool shade of a big old limber-
twig apple tree , its trunk wrinkled with
thousand small holes and its green foli-
ego dotted with the tempting fruit.
The two men sat on the brink of the
vegetable ocean. Their feet touched tlitf
vines of tender Euglishpoai that bord
ered the garden. On the hills , down the
slope , in the low grounds and on the bits
of table-land the rich made
- green a carpet -
pot that waved to and fro in the soft
wind. Thirty acres of vegetables were in
sight. At the foot of the hill was a lim
pid carp pond bordered with a field of
green and gray cabbages whoso out-
threading leaves covered the ground ,
further along were rows of beans , whoso
bright tjrotii wulo a plcubig contrail
the lighter color of the cabbage leave ? .
Then long rows of Irish potatoes , with
their blooming stalks waving gracefully
in the breeze , made a pretty picture , back
of which was a field of tomatoes , the full
grown but unripe fruit hanging in clus
ters on the vine . Beyond were fields of
boots , carrots , sweet potatoes , roasting
oara , etc. ; while nearer to the house
were such rare dainties as asparagus ,
kohlrali , etc.
"What is this strange thing you call
"That , " said the gardner , picking up
the strange looking vegetable , "is quite
a delicacy with these who cat it. It Is
sold principally to the Jewish fami
The vegetable locked like a cabbage
grown out of shape. Tnoro was n clump
of salad on top , but just above the
ground was a knot in the stalk closely
resembling a very small but very hard
cabbage head. The gardner cut the koh
lrali open , and inside the knot Ib ap
peared like the inside of a cabbage
stalk and tasted exactly like that collicky
part of the vegetable world.
"That , " aaid the gardner , "is pub in a
pob and boiled without _ moat nnd when
cooked resembles turnips somnwhat. It
la regarded as a favorite dish by a great
many , but aa Ib has not como into pen-
oral use and is therefore in slight de
mand wo got good prices for it. "
At that moment the reporter's oycs fell
upon a strawberry patch that wont
stretching away around a terraced
"Do you consider strawberries n pay
ing crop ? "
* "Ono of the host paying crops that wo
havo. There is no reason why wo should
neb raise moro strawberries around At
lanta. Why , Atlanta absolutely buys
great quantities of strawberries from
Chattanooga. I don't mind buying
strawberries from points below Atlanta
before they are in- season hero , but often
they are in season hero , I hate to see
them bought from places north. "
"Is thcro as much money in market
gardening nround Atlanta now aa there
was formerly ? "
"I can hardly say BO , but there is stil
A GREAT DEAL TO HE MADE
In the business. * It is exceedingly profit
able , but it-has to bo managed well by an
experienced man or it will bo a loss. Ib
is unquestionably the most profitable
farming for a man of small moans. I
suppose a big Mississippi river plantation
would pay more , but n man with twenty
acres of good land near Atlanta can take
in moro cool cash in twelve months than
any ordinary Gorman planter can do. I
calculate that a man who has good land
and understands the business can not
$300 per aero year in and year out. I
made ono $1,000 on an acrp of strawber
ries , § 900 on an aero of onions and $000
on an aero of cabbago. That was an. ex
ceptionally good year , and prices were
twice what they are DOW. In fact , it
was the only year in which I ever made
such a success. "
"What is the secret of success in this
business ? "
"Brain , muscle , experience , and in a
measure good seasons. A man must of
necessity know the business. Ho can't
guess at it. It amuses mo to sea a negro
who has taken a place hero at the cdgo
of my garden. Ho watches my move
ments like a hawk , When I plant beans
ho plants beans ; when I plow low ground
ho plowa low ground ; when I gather peas
ho gathers peas ; when I quit ho quits ; in
truth , ho tries to do with his place exact
ly what I do with mine. I built an irri
gation ditch andJia was stumped , bub I
had water to spare , and saved his beun
crop for him bjyhis intense delight. In
the second place a mafi must have good
land or ho must make it good , and in the
third place a man
SIUST HATE PLENTY OP ENERGY.
and bo willing to prespiro in the cause.
Ono must run with a system. Ho must
not plant too much of any ono crop , Ho
must take for instances beans and plant a
crop every week or two so as to have
some already for market If ho looses on
ono patch on account of a glut ho 'can
afford it , for ho will sooner or later make
it up. "
"Is there a demand hero for moro pro
fessional market gardeners ? "
"Thoro is a very decided demand.
There should bo hundreds of thousands
of vegetables shipped from hero to north
ern and western markets. That is what
I hope to see. For the present , however -
over I would bo conbouted with seeing a
better supply fur homo consumption.
Just think of it ! Atlanta consumes 100
bushels of English pcaa per day , not
counting what the private gardens supply
and -what are shipped hero.
All Admlro a HnmlKomo Faco.
A pure , clear nkfn will make any face hand' '
aomo. Manifestly anything which strength
ena and onrlchoa the blood will directly nifect
the whole person , All eruptions of the ukm
disappear when Iunlock ! lllood Hitters are am-
ployed. They urtra vegltablo remedy of Ines
At Lincoln , Neb. ,
THURSDAY , JUNE 26TH ,
1884 , at 1 O'Clook p. m.
I will tell 45 held of very cholc" well bred Short
Horoi , Irommy own benl ot Ncqruka bred cattle ,
roared ouNebrukt irrweii.
ANH. O. SUROKSIIIIIE , of Ltetburg. Kentucky ,
ono of the oldest Kentucky breeder ! , will toll vlfh
mo is head ol miicrlor anlmiUoi high Breeding 7
females and 8 lulls. We earnestly ollo't the catll *
breodcriand farmcn of Nebraska and \lclnltjr to In.
ipect IbU lot ol cattle , as wo think , their superiority
\tlll oommtnd them to 3our favor.
HUy oflerlngi oonilita In S ) fenulei and 10 bulU ,
rcjireientliiit the following UrnllUi :
Uolilc. , ( by llartiiby ) , Iluby't. Lady Klltabcth'a ,
AdcUUlo ( MatlluVi , rrmcetto * Jane' * . Zella'a Lady
HMo id , Hlttj otherr. Cattle will bo at tha Checkered
llirn , Lincoln , Neb. , Irom the 20th day ol Juno , to
Porfurthor pinlcuUrt , address FreJ. If. Wood ,
or 0. M Druco , Lincoln , Nebraska , or Win. Dilly ,
1'oiu , Nek
FUKD. M. WOOD.
. L. I * . J1UIH ,
Je11UUja 15 to 5-eod Auctioned ! .
R. KALISH ,
Ilai Jiut rcorhod a lull Hat of Imported Fancy Suit
logiaiid PatiUlooasol thu latv t ( tjliii , Abe
liuarauteej flan uttlomand Cue trimming * .
at Lo cat I'rlco. AI o Cleanlnif Dyeing
auil Heiialrln ? , S. K. Corner 10th
For n Lame Back
For a Lame Back
For o Lame Back
For a Lame Back
Doctor Thomas' Eclectric 051
Doctor Thomas' Eclectric Oil
Doctor Thomas' Eclectric Oil
Doctor Thomas' Eclectric Oil
SOLD BY Alilj DUUOGISTS.
' EOLKOTRIO OIL-$1,0 $ , (
Erlrrager , Bavaria.
Culmbacnor , Bavaria.
Pilsner < . .tBohomian.
Kaiser . . .Bremen.
Budweiser St. Louis.
Anhausor _ St. Louis.
Best's _ MilTauk
Ale , Porter , Domestic and Rhine
Wine. ED. MAURER ,
1213 Farnam St.
Bmokers of Blackwell's Genulna
Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco vrlU
rccelTO Premiums as follows on
terms and conditions hero specified :
1st PREMIUM. S5TOOO
2d " 2,000
3d " SB,000
22 other Prcinlnms aa hero shown.
The 25 premiums will bo awarded
December 23. 1881. 1st Premium
pees to the person frorawhom\ -
cclvo the largest number of our empty
$175 tobacco baffs prior la Dec. 15. Sdwlll
$150 bo Riven for the next lanrcst number
$125 and thus. In tha order of the number
of empty batrs received from each ,
$1OO to the twcnty.flvo successful con
$9O testants. Each bait must bear our
$8O original Ball Durham label. U. S.
Kc\enuo stamp , and Caution Notice ,
$7O Baira must bo dona up securely In a
$ OO package , with name and address of
$5O ccndor , and number of bafra contain
ed , plainly marked on tbo outside ,
aud must bo tent , cbarves prepaid , to
$3O Itliiclorrll'i Hiirlniin Tobnrco
$2O Co.DtrmiAM.N.O. E > eryi
package has picture of Dull.
$10 Boo our next announcement.
( OCVOIIK. ) ( APTBIl. )
. .ILECTKO-VOLTAIO BELT nnd otherEuccrnio
> li Arrr.uscts nre sent on SO Days' Trial TO
tICN ONLY. 1OUNO OR OLD , who ore suffer
ing from KF.rtvoua DEBILITY. LOST Vmurr ,
WABTIXO WKIIUIESSES , and all these diseases of a
rcnsoNU , NiTum , resultlnfr from ABUSES and
OTHER CAUSES. Speedy relief and complete
restoration to flEiLTii. Vioon ana HINUOOD
UUAIUNTEFD. Bend at once for Bluatrated
Pamphlet frc . Adaress
TOLTAIO nEI > T CO. . Marsh nil. Mich.
ot the Generative Organs
quickly cured by the
Cl VIALE METHOD. Adopted In all the HOSPITALS
OF FRANCE. Prompt return of VIGOR. Simple
cases$3 to $8. Socroones , $3 to 812. Pampblel
Free. Clvlalo Remedial Agent } , 16C Fulton St. , New
Chartered by thcStatcoflll'
nola for theexprcsspurpoce
of glvinnlmmedlate rcllclla
all chronic , urinary and prl-
vate diseases. Gonorrhxa ,
IflR Glcet andSyplulls In all their
! * ' complicated forms , also oil
diseases of the Skin and
Blood promptly relieved and
permanently cured by reme-
, Special 1'ractlcc. Seminal
Weakness. Niiht ; Losses by Dreams , Pimples on
thcFaceLost Manhood , } > osrrjcured ( TAcre
fsiloc.r/irr/mcHi'fm / ; . Th : appropriate tc.r.ed !
i : at once used In each case. Consultations , per-
lonal or by letter , sacredly confidential. Mcd-
.elucs cent by Mall and Express , No marks on
paciiage to Indicate contents or sender. Address
I'tUAMES.No. 204Wa3hinglon SI.Clic3golll. !
Of the Northwest , Detroit , Minn.
A country of WOODS AND LAKES , iOO milts west
of St. I-aul. Taroo trains dally on thoN. P. It. U. ,
with 30 Day Excursion. Tickets at about one-half
HOTEL MINNESOTA ,
An elegant house with accommodations for ZOO
Kuo t , R. R , COLBURN , Proprietor.
jtlTBEND IDS UKCUHKHUUIMI tULL 1'AKllCL'LARH.
THE MILD FOWEB CUBES.
In use 9) yoirs. Each number tba special pre
scription of aa eminent physician , Tha only
Hlmjilr , tinfe nnd Sure Medicines for thup oplo
JJJTT rniMciiui. vo * . CUBES , rmcx.
1. j'rveri. congestionInnAmatlons. . , . , .20
2.Vormi. . Wurm te\er , Worm Colic , . . .29
3. rrylnu Colic , or Teething nf Intauli ,2H
I. Diarrhea of children or Adults 9.1
ft , Hvienlnrv. Orlpluv , llllllou" Colic , . , ; O3
O , Chnlnro Morbii" , Vomltlug 25
7. Cuucln , CoW. Uronchttls , . . . . UA
H. NrurnlaU , Toothnehe. raceaehe 2A
O. llenilnchef , blclc lleadaehei , Vertigo
111. llyspoiisla , lUlllous btomacli .33
11 , HiipiirriK-d or Painful IVrlod .2(1 (
12.vlillei , too I'rofuso I'rrlods , . . . , .
1.1 , Croini , Cough , Difficult Breailiinir 25
14. Knit ItliPiiiu , KryslpelaiL Iriiptloui ; , .25
1O , llliriiiinl ) ) ii , Itumimalto I'alus 2.1
lit. Kcivrnnil AKUK. Chill.Fover , Agues .fill
IT , I'llcs. lillnit or Weeding. SO
111. < ! nlnrrli. nculoor cbronlc ; Infturnitx AO
311. Whooiiliijr Cnucli , violent coughs , . .Ait
21. ( Jruernl flcljllUv. I'byslcol Weaknoss.AO
27 , HlJnoy IHnrn.r Alt
2-4. Nervous llebllltv.v. . . . . . . . . . . . . . l.OO
: ill. Ilrlnnrv Wrahnesi , W/-ttlngtbob d.ni
32. Illiensnofllio Heart , 1'alpltatlon. ' " "
iOUl''ullnu Street. Aew Vera
a ttmoaad'theiiu Te them return airain. ' ] lueVn
cal euro. J b ro mnjo HID dliema of V I.
cr FAU-lNOBlCKNEajAllfoloD ) ; . udr. Jw rt u > ni
T. Jto cu Ilia woril cu i. llicaiii olhiri
tilled ti no reaton lor nut uov recel rlug a cat * . U
en * * ( or a trcMtl * and u rreo Uottlo cf my lai
j uiro Eipr and fan omcs. It euut
K for trial , "il I ulllrnra ) > .
.J , JJr. U. U UUOT. iuru tl6.y r'4
Wormy Velna Mroum. orun < * unn > < -
' .tqat Manhood , Debility , dc. ,
wrJ li/ilM Elastic Crnclle-
GnmprPosor. * 0 . ( ' ' > " -li'lna Circular rr > .
Tn > - MtiKKitr UAH UfnHUo SUMJNGtOK IOWA.
ENGINES.sfeeciALfiES. . gRrf > GE WORK ,
PU AND MINING
MACHINERY * ' * > *
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
© rowers of Live Stock and Others ,
WK OALL YOUR ATTENTION TO
Our Ground Oil Cake.
It Is the best and cheapest food lor etoolc m any kind. ? One pound ts ecnaHo thro pounds of com
( lock lei with Ground Oil Cfckolo the Fall and Winter , Instead ol running down , will Increase In weight
and be In good mjrkctablo oond.tlon In the sprlnjr. Dairymen , u well as others , who use It can Jellify t.
Its merlta. Try It and Judg * for yourwlver. Price tfs.oo . , , per . . ton . . : . no chareo for sacks. Address
QIti COMPANV Omaha Nob.
FBE MD BUEGLAB PEOOF
XOEO Feixrxxo. jna. JEJtiC-oot. Oxta.ca.Ia.
J. A. WAKEFXELD ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
J JUUIMJ ElS.iJL.ILUg A. U0JJ JL JLUJL&UlUj )
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , LIME , CEMENT , PLASTER , &C-
STATE AGENT FOR MILWAUKEE CEMENT COMPANY.
Near Union Pacific Depot , - Omaha , Neb ,
H. B. LOCKWOOD ( formerly of Lockwood & Draper ) Chicago , Man
orders intrusted to us shall receive our careful attention
AGENTS FOR BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & * RAND POWDER CO
Heating and Baking
In only attained by using
CHARTER © &t
Stoves and Ranges ,
WITH WIRE WE OVER DOOR
Fcr ealo by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
. LEIGHTON. H. T. CLARKE.
LEIGHTON & CLABEE ,
SUCCESSORS TO EENNAllD BROS , ft CO. )
OMAHA , NEBRASKA
R/iKlwaukee / , Wis.
GTOTEER & CO. , Sole Bottlers.
.HELLMAN & CO. .
1301 AND 1303 FARNAM STREE1 COR. 13TH
SLOMAN BROTHERS ,
RECENTLY FROM TRESIONT , NEB.
WHOLESALELEATHER , SADDLERY
SADDLERY HARDWARE ,
HIDES , PELTS , PUES , TALLOW , WOOL.
WE PAX" THE
For Hides , Wool , Pelts , Etc. , and consignments made to us will receive
prompt attention , for which immediate returns will be made.
13th Street , Bet , Dodge and Capitol Ave , , OMAHA , NEB
( SUCCESSOR TO FOSTER & GHAY. )
Office and Yard , 6th and Douglas ts , ,
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