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Malted oo all disease ! > equlrJie > klUbod
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Wt ( ir. THYSELF
The Number of llld "Slilncs" Dolcr-
mlnctl tjf tbo Wcntlicr.
Now York Timos.
"Ploaso , Mister , rend mo the wonthor
nordltion , " pleaded a dfminutivo bootblack -
black , dancing along beside n gontloirmn
who strode across City Hall park with a
newspaper before his oyea yesterday
"What do you wanl with the nignal
service prediction ? " asked the gentleman
in amazement. "Clear weather , with
light , 'shotvors that's to-day's weather ,
"llaor , elilno 'em up and toll mo your
little game. "
"No game at all ; HWrnightbiz , " said
the boy , unlimbering his box and falling
to work with a will. "You BOO , I work
only on Saturdays and after shool hours.
I ro to school , you knoT. Mam wants
mo to. She makes pants for a store no ,
trousers she makes mo say and nho gets
a dollar and a half a dozen. Then there's
Jimmy that's my brother ho work * in
a printing'Ofllco. He's 14 , and ho makes
four dellars and a half a week. There's
ono little follow he's too little to doany
thing. I had a sister once , but slio's dead ,
you know. Mo father ? Oh , ho's dead
no , I moan ho don't live with us any
moro. It's about the same thing , ain't
it ) no used to bo an ironsmith in Brook
lyn. Ho-mado big wheels and things in
a big shop. IIo used to boat mo when
ho got got when ho had boon taking
too much liquor. I don't euro if ho never
conies baok. "Wo have moro to oat now ,
and mam don't cry any moro. I guess
wo can got along if mam don't ' got sick
again. Wo live down on Koosovolt
street. I chnrgo only 5 cents , mister ;
hero's your change. Keep it ) Thanks.
I'll giro the extra to little Kill. "
" But , BOO here , " said the gentleman ,
as the business waif began to look for
another customer , "how about that
signal service report ? "
" Oh , yes. Well , every morning I got
the \roathor , and then I can toll how
manyjflliincs I will havo. If it'o showery ,
like to-day , I do well ton or twelve
shines but on sunny days or rainy days
I won't got but five or six. You ooo , the
weather fools 'em. A gent I moan a
gentleman gets hla boots muddy in the
rain , and when the sun comes out ho
ROM 'em blacked again , Thou , if there's
moro rain , ho has to shlno "em up again.
On a day like that I hire a boy to help
mo. IJgivo him half what ho makes , or
rent him a box and brushes. That's
what I want the weather perdition for.
Hey 1 Shine ? " and with a shrill whoop
the future alderman disappeared bonoatli
the overhanging avoirdupois of a big man
tvho had emerged from an unsuccessful
encounter with Broadway mud.
Iho proof jt tlio pudding is not in chawing
tha string , but in having an opportunity to
test the nrticlo direct. Hclirotor & liocht , the
Drwglstn , hnvo n free trial bottle of Dr. Bo-
eanltoH Cough and Lung Syrup for each and
every ona who In afllictod witli Coughs , Colds ,
Asthma , Consumption or any Lung Affection.
N. Y. Commercial Advertiser.
A Gorman medical journal , comment
ing upon an experiment in the trans-
plataliou of akin recently performed in
ono of the hospitals of Vienna , compli
ments the surgeon on the darlngurigal-
ity of his operation , and then proceeds to
discuss some of the strange issues of
soionco raised by it. The operation which
or German contemporary regards as origi
nal consisted of the dissection of a con
siderable area of skin from the body of a
parson who had boon dead four hoursand
its transfer to the excoriated surface of a
living patient. The scientific questions
raised nro no doubt as interesting as the
operation is revolting ; but the Gonniin
savant is in error when ho speaks of the
latter aa original. The first attempt to
transplant tho'skin or any other tissue
from the dead body or 'tho living
was performed in Bellevue Hos
pital in Now York city , some months
ago , by Dr. Gordnor , a young surgeon
connected with the institution , who has
since made his mark in experimental
studios of the action of aniusthotio agents.
The patient was a boy of fourteen whoso
arm had been denuded by a stroke of
lightning , which exfoliated tho'alt in from
the shoulder blade to the elbow , so that
it came oil' in an unbroken shoot. As
not only the cuticle , but the dermis itself
was removed fionx this largo area , and
the latter is not reproduced iu the heal
ing process , the boy's arm , whou cured ,
would bo covered with a hard , purple ,
irregular contracting scar , which would
render movement of the muscles painful ,
uncertain and diflicult. It was this con
sideration which led the young surgeon
to contemplate the daring and original ,
but revolting remedy. The body of a
Gorman who had committed suicide was
brought in and transferred to a slab at
the morgue just as Dr. Gordnoi
was examining the injured arm. Tlio
suicide was a young man of twenty-five ,
in excellent health apparently. Proceed
ing to the dead room , scalpel in hand ,
Dr. Gordnor carefully dissected from the
hip of the dead mam a aufliciont section
of the skin to roplaoo that which the
lightning stroke had exfoliated. This ho
cut into small squares , which ho applied
like a tessellated pavement to the in *
flamed surface. The daring oxporrimont
wassuccessful ; circulation in the dead
tissue was ro-oatablishsd ; its nerves and
glands resumed their functions , and the
skin of the injured arm was restored ;
only two or three of the small squares
failed to take , and these interstices filled
by granulation. Curiously enough no
busy reporter stumbled on a clew to the
facts , and it was loft for a Gorman our
goon to undertake the operation and ob
tain the credit that really belongs to an
Durkoo's Salad Dressing. A readymade -
made , rich and delicious dressing for all
salads of moat , fish or vegetables.
Ohoapor and infinitely bettor than home
made. Unrivalled as a sauco.
No Ilncc.Couraca in Texas.
From the Houston ( Tox. ) Pout.
Two years ago the levers of noble a
sport had a holiday in Texas. Houston
inaugurated a spring and fall season of
horse-racing , and was followed by Gal-
vostou , Dallas , Corsicana , Qalnsvillo and
other cities. IS obi o stooos and gaily
clad jockeys frequented the tracks , clubs
were organized to encourage the sport , H
and visitors flocked from far and near to
witness the equine sports. What has bo *
como of the steeds , the jockeys the track
the clubs and the visitors ? All gonu.
The Post believes there is no moro en
thusiastic lover of sport on the face of
the globe than tha average Texan. Ho
takes a keen delight jn every physical ox- I
orcieo , in the display of physical excel
lence by man and boafet. It was not long >
ago when sporting journals iti the north a
wrote with delight of the gigantic hunt *
ing contest between the Hutchlnsoa and
Talliaforro corps of huntsmen , It is said
that oven in the halcyon days of hunting
such a magnificout contest could not hnvo
been rivaled. It was also ( aid tLat the
tcoth of the norlhorn hunter aUnd o
edge when ho thinks of the gloriou
chnncoa of n Texan brother to indulge i
noble port to his heart's content. Bu
here , on the sconu of the battle-field , w
cannot as much npprociato the poculia
fascination of sport as the Northmot
Our country abounds with game , one
Toxns containing n nation of marksmen
the desire for perfection and dislinctiot
is not an pronounced nn in ho north. I
might bo that the selfsame lack of nppro
ciation has boon the cause of the disband
niont of the jockey clubs. The average
Texan is an export horseman , and his on
portunitiosfor Booing and riding nobu
and ilcot-footcd animals arc so many tha
the celebrities of the raco-courso have no
fascination for him.
AVI i at Tlirco Application ! ! Jlilf
"I wai troubled voty much with ere _ foot
Thrte ajipUtationt of Thorna1 Kclcclric Oil entirely
tiroly cured thorn. Nothing bettor In the mar
koL" Jacob Butler , Heading , 1'a.
8OI1MIT AND BUCKM3Y ,
The AdrAnco Gnnrcl of the Dome
cratlu IIostH from tlio
Chicago Herald , Juno 27.
The advance guard of the Pacific coast
delegates to iho Democratic convention
arrived yesterday morning over the
Rock Island. They wore Matt Canavan ,
a burly minor of Nevada , and Maurice
Schmitt , a lively little party , five foot or
more in height , of San Francisco. Mr.
Schmitt doesn't weigh much , but is said
to own a cable street road in SanFrancisco
Iho incomn of which is about $0,000 n
month. Mr. Schmitt io generally called
"fllauriso ; " first , because Unit , is his
name , and next because ho would rather
bo called "Maurico" thnn Mr. Schmitt
it is moro high sounding. Maurice
Schmitt is ono of the few men of San
Francisco whom Flood , Mackoy and the
othora who wiped out raining specula
tion did not quito "down. " Starting
from a poor boy , a clerk in his father's
broker's olllco , then a curbstone broker ,
then n member of the "hoodlum
board" a term of contempt bocauao that
board waa "littlo"Mr. Schmitt advanced
until ho paid the highest figure over given
for a seat in the regular stock board of
San Francisco. That \ras $40,000. Ho
is a shrewd , keen , vriry speculator , and
at the height of the "Sierra Nevada"
speculation six years ago was worth per *
haps $000,000. The break came , but
"little Mturicu" was not loft. Out of
the general wreck of mining speculation ,
ho probably lias to-day $200,000 outeido
of his cable road. lie placed his finger
alongside of his nose , yesterday , jn talk
ing to the Herald man , and said , "I'm
going to have all the fun your town af
fords , and I guess the cable road can foot
the bills. Politics ? You musn't talk on
that because I don't know where wo do
stand. I'm going to take my wito and
babies to Now York to-night to stay while
I am here helping to make n president.
Have you soon Cris. Buckley ? "
Oris Buckley is the great California
Boss.1 His arrival yesterday at the
Grand Pacific was a genuine surprise to
these who know anything of Pacific
coast politics. Buckley is the blind lead
er in what some people delight to call a
blind host. Ho controls the democratic
party on the Pacific coast , and alms to bo
on the Pacific what John Kelley and
Tammany are on the Atlantic. Mr.
Buckley , however , aims too high. Ho
comes nearer being the Mike McDonald
of Chicago than the John Kelly of Now
York. Mr. Buckley keeps a valoon , and
not a very fashionable ono. His sMoon ,
though , is n political headquarters , and
from that iesuo the ukases which govern
the party in California. Buckley fa the
head nd front of the opposition to
Justice Field in California. A week or
10 before the republican convention mot
Buckley had his ward clubs in San Fran-
nsoo declare against Field. Every ono did
it. Frank Pixloy , editor of the Argo
naut , who was here at the last conven
tion , said boldly : "That is a sell-out \
jamo. That , " said ho , "moans that
Buckley want to bo 'soon' by Field's
managers. Mark my words , now , " ho
idded , "yon Trill BOO 'Oris Buckley on
lioro , hunting for a sack of money. Buckley
loy controlled the late state convention.
That instructed also against Field , and
to a certain extent , bought the democra
cy of California into prominence , because
it was the first instance known where in
structions wore given by any state against
ono of its own citizens. "
"When Buckley arrived in Chicago yesterday
torday the Harold man remembered what
had boon said. Buckley is accompanied
by Ills wife , and a hired man whoso busi
ness it is to load him around. "I am on
my way to Now York , " said Mr. Buckley ,
"but hope to got back by Wednesday or
Thursday next to receive the rest of the
boys. " Mr. Buckley is a young man of
not moro than thirty-six. Ho is slender ,
very genteel looking , dresses nobby , and
evidently cultivates an air of dignity ,
"What are you going to Now York for ? "
asked The Herald man.
"To consult an oculist and BOO if any '
thing can ho done formyoyos. "
As Mr. Buckley has boon blind for ton
years and nil oculists gave him up long
ago , the spirit of mischief led the scribe
"There is an excellent oculist down in
the old Washington Hotel Building , on
Lower Broadway. Cyrus W. Field is his
"Oris" winced just a trifle , but his
face was calm and placid. "Indeed , " ho
said. "I hoard of him. "
"There ia another , " said The Herald
man "His brother , David Dudley Field
ho is up town somewhere. Both of
thorn nro line oculists , and both have
had wonderful success in treating your
peculiar form of disease. "
' Oh ! you go to the devil , " said Mr.
Buckloy. "I know not what you are
driving at. I know you. Eicuso mo I'ro
got to go to dinner. The train loaves for
Now York at 8:30 : , and I've got to hunt
upMaurco } ! Schmitt , who has my posses ,
They Had Mot Before.
Now York Bun.
A young man who had boon following
lady through Thirty-sovontl\ \ ( root
draw alongside of her at Fifth avenue ,
lifted his hat and observed :
"Haven't I mot you some where before St
fore ? "
"Once , I think , " answered the lady.
"I know it , " aaid the young man , with
self-satisfied smile ; "and you'vo boon in
my thoughts ever alnco. "
"I thought , you had not noticed mo
particularly , " said the lady. "I mot you
two weeks ago at your wedding. Your
wife la my cousin.
The Trftvollni ; Salooniiin
* on irreafctablo fellow , brim full of Btorlca ,
jokea. courage. Hclf-mnurnnco and Brit. Ho U
cry taking withal. Jlunlocl : Jiloal Jlitten ore
very taking inoJicIuoj they take everywhere of
nud ore Bold everywhere.
Scrofula diseases manifest themselves no
in the warm weather. Hoods Sawnpar.
ilia cleanse * the blood and removes every
taint cf scrofuh. - >
List of t/cttors
Remaining In the office at Omaha , JUDO
Aaganl J 2 Armstrong T 2
Adams F * Abbott Wit
Austin 13 Archer P
Burt L- Brooke O W
Baler J G Billings J P
Babon.I Benton W V
Bridges W Bare WII
Byres W N Burvoort W H
Bralard T H Bower V
Burrows F J Bowers L A
Bowels Ii BrunsinH I <
Brown J Beckwi'h 0 D
Burd C H Blunt O K
Band G W Bonewlty IJ
Baitatllo Mr Bennett RO
Brandt H O BradS
Chancy J ColaD J
Cucelins J C/iryA /
Cnivlngton A Church A
Clincr J : W Oorry O
Bliicluhono J Corson M
Chatoron W M Carpenter II W
Coolittlo & Co Davidson D
Dunlap J J Dearborn 0 II
Denny T Dougherty IIL
Drcnnon & Work Devote S
Donakoy M B Engstcad IIG
Extinguisher Fire BdoKrwino B
Klbourn O W Fisher & Lust
Fink J U Fifteen Fourteen Bias
Dreoman 0 D Fringor O
Kishor O Fraser 0 M
Finloy K Foley M
Fischer 0 Freeman O F
Frey S Fancheon H
Grimm L W Green W IT
Grconup W J Gramlich J 3
Goodnight J Green J
Grapp O Garliclis II
Gunn G Gordon G P
Hildrodth W A Hamilton F
Hart W Haley J
Ilurstlno J Hanksma 1C
Homer J Hocksteinn 0
HounN HorUtick II A
HanHon A Hamilton E U
llosolo D Hnvory A
HolTman N HnAikins G W
Horshlnger G Hanson F
IIowoll II 0 Jacobean O
Jackson A Jensen S
Johnnon 0 Judge M
Kcnlm M F Keene O 2
KcnnodvJ ICoanio F
Krol J E ICnowlton Co
Knag E ICoarka F
KeltonTF Kldder 0 D
KraK W Keene O
Larson P Dittlofiold P
Larson E 2
Languor J Lehman H
Lewis A Lofilngwoll A S
jovoland 0 15 Mio.ondorf Tj
HOP or T Mason O A
MooroENS Montgomery E II
rlalno EII McCoy D
ilormrm M Mason M !
ilorgan P Murray P
lurray P McCloud R
Iclnorny & Co McKea J E
rlurray J MalloyRL
Martin PM Mangino D G
JcCullough T Miller F W
J Muonch G
Miller H Montzon II
MooroB Murry F
Moody A II Merion F
Nelson P- Newmark S
Norton W A NIchell T
Nowmnnn II Nutting H S
Nowcomb F S O'Brien M H
OshoaJII O'Aorron J
O'Brien J Oman G .
Ott G O.Connoll T
Plath P Parrisii M W
Paulson P O Pcdorson R
Paladin O Prothoroo S
Botorson II Parker J AI
Pottorson F Pedersen C
Piftlarns C Kitchio 0 ? n
Roe E J RohrorMF
Radloy RF. Rollins C A
Riddle S Ruby T
Rood S II Rogers S-C -
Rovon G C Roavis J
Reuse F E Itutlierford F P
Rosonfoldt J Hoed C F
Konatrom N Slbel E H 2
Smith 00 SngerOBS
Strong N B . Smith N
SnydorRM * Stewart J
Sword J O k Smith J
Sully JJ * -i " SayorsK
Smith W R' " Stakomilloj S
Stautou W G Sederlind G
Skiver O II Schmidt G P
Scott OS Seavey S
Shanty U B Schflford H. K
Sangwin II Sheets A L
Smart B Stewart J W
3towart 0 E Sweeney J J
ripaydoogea Tolbort R J.
rhomas R Tower P H
Poaaum H Thomson A O
I'hointxs A J Twisa G
laylor O E Towlo C W
lowel J D Williams E. D
\Veydomans P Williams R H
Woodward RE Williams Til
Wliolnn T W T Williams W P
Williams J W 'Wampfler J
Wltnmn II J Woods H C
Whitney O Wells C B
Wnlls A Wilson O
Warliold 0 II Woods J
Wehror J L Wils m J
WcstcottJII Woods E R
Young M E
laser O . Spcckham E
1'erry 0 L Crnry Mrs B D
Mulllghan J J Patter W C
Lndorsou Mrs J Arwin Mrs E II
Irmatroiig Mra E Abrahams Mrs G
irooki Mrs B Burke Mrs F
lourkoMraM Boaonhonu Mra N
Jrown Mrs O Brown Mrs S
ilauclmrd Mlsa N Burke Mies N
jalrcaon Misa I Clark Mrs L J
3amol MlnaJj Couclow Mlsa J
lament Mrs , T Carbon Mies 0
Calkiua Mrs C Chinborgo Mrs
Clark Misa G II Durlin Miss J
Davis Mra 0 H Dillon Miss C
) lssot Miss T Donniia Mrs S
Javla Mrs R Erlckson Mrs E C
Ivorott Mrs M Felt Mrs A T
'ftuchonott Mra J A Finch Mrs E M
? oorgo 1'j Gould N
! omlring Mra J. Granting Mrs A 0
iroonloaf Mrs J HoisMi sK
Inulbart Mlsa J Uardwidks S
Inrpor Mlsa J F Huusen M
loward E Hull E W
lubbard Mrs 0 W
lough Mra E Jocofsou II
'ouaou ' MisalC Johnson Misa A
'olmaon Mlsa C Johnson A M
Colly Mlea E ICnluo Mlsa 1C
Cellolon Mlsa M Krogh Mra L
-ohiiiann Mm 0 Lowla Mra F II
jowlss MIesM A Lansing Mlsa M
jomlliiH Mlsa A Montgomery Mrs J
ilulcaby Mrs N MillhauBunMlsaO
Milton Mrs II McGowen M
ilcCord Mlsa M MbGarvoy A
ilcCabo Mrs O Murphy Mrs M
ilurray Miss M Nelson Mrs O
v'ollauy Mlsa Nichols Mrs 1C
tystroin Mlsa A Nlckorson Mies IIE
burthen Mrs U NIelsen Mra P
Novak MUs A Oliver Mlas R
O'Jleilley E Osbarn Mrs J
Ottwoll Mra E Phllpott Mra G
1'heltoaton Mra II W Powell Mra G
PohlMra MV Peterson Mra II
( easel Mra M ' Roah Mra J
Uusson Mlsa A Illugstrom Miss C
Corhyo Miss J 2 Roach N
fallal * Misa M Kuam Miss U
Uorden Mra M Rucl U
llnclatr Mm E Smart Mlsa F
Imith Mrd Y4 Swoboda Mrt A
ivobmlova Mlsa J Sylvester Mhl M
itewart Mrs Ij Swonson Miea D
Itophens Mra J Stanley A
Glair Mra G BtovonsouMrs HD
Smytho Mw 1C Simpson Mlsa J
'unmlon Mm 1 ] J Tompklns Mra 1C
Billion Mlsa 1C Taylor Mrs II
Jhl Mra U Vaukoylor Mrs G E
Vogt Mlsa I Wethen Misa 1C
Veils Mra SV Walters Mra E
Valborn MUs N Wynatis Miss A L
Vork Mra A B Wilson Mrs R
VovaltA Wlggers Mra L
Viklund Mra E A
0. 1C , GOUT ANT ,
"What causes the great rush at Bcliroter &
Becht'ii Drug Storo'r The free dintributlon
eainnlo bottled of Dr. Ikwanko'a Cough and
lAing Byrup , the moat i > oular remedy for
Coughs , Colds , Consumption nud Bronwltli
w on the market. Regular slzo CO cents and
SEAL of North Carolina Tobacco is the
A Kobbor n the House ,
The clock struck " 3 , " two of the chil
dren awoke with "squalls" and Mrs.
Mickson , turning ever with n flounce ,
called to her husband , who was lying in
an adjoining room :
"I believe that there's ' a man in this
"Yes , I'm ' horo. "
"I don't moan you. I small a cigar. "
"Whoro did you got it ? "
"I haven't got it , you greenhorn. I
moan that I smell cigar smoko. In know
that somebody has slipped into this
house , and you needn't say there hasn't , "
and she arose and looked under the bod.
"Who do you think it isl" asked her
"It's a robber , that's who. "
"Do you think that a robber would
como around a man's house and smoke
cigars ? "
"It makes no difference. I smell cigar
smoke , " opening the closet door.
"I smell cigar smoke , too , " said the
husband. "I have boon smelling it for
some timo. "
"Got up and help mo look for it , "
"What , the smoke ? "
"No ; the man. "
"Como on , and I think wo can find
"Airs. Mickson entered her husband's
room and found that gontlomau lying on
the bed smoking a cigar.
"I don't believe you have good sense ! "
indignantly exclaimed the wife. "Why
iidirt you toll mo that you were lying
tioro smoking like a fool1' ?
"Because I am not smoking like a
"Oh , you think you nro smart , " and
the lady went back and tumbled into bod.
Detectives nud Private Ofllcors
Usually 'wear their badges of authority con
cealed under their clothing , but -Dr. Thomas'
Kclcctrie Oil wears its badges in tlio form of
printed labels attached to each and every hot-
tlo , so that all may know its mission. It is
given full and complete authority to arrest all
aches and pains , and does its duty every time.
TEST TODR BAMS POWDER TO-DAY !
Brands ndrertlrvd as nbsolutclj- pure
THE TEST :
ri co can top down on . Lot stoTo nntllheatfd.tno
remove tha corer and amell. A chemist will not bo r -
detuct the presence of ammonia *
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
T3 HULT11KLNES3 HAS NEVER
In a million home * for a quarter of a century it lia *
toud the congtiniera * roll ft bio test ,
THE TESTOFTHE OVEN.
PEICE BAIQNG TO VDER CO. ,
DP , Price's ' Special Flavoring Extracts ,
TliefttrongrttttDOitUetlctou * Hud ntturilfltvor known , ud
9r. Price's Lupulln Yeast Gems
I'or Llclit , Ilealthy llrcait , The Best Dry llop
Yeast In the World.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
CHICAGO. " ST. LOUIS.
At Lincoln r\ieb.
, \ . ,
THURSDAY , JUNE 26TH ,
188'Jr , at 1 O'Clook p. in.
I will eell IS head of \ crv cholo" ell bred Short
lorns , from my own her J of Ncqraskn bred cattle ,
cared onNobrnnka gi&ifca.
ANS. 0. BHUOl'SIIIIti : , of Lccsburff , Kentucky ,
no of the oldest Kentucky brmlcra , will soil nltli
uol5 bead of superior animals 01 high breeding 7
cmalcs and 8 bull * . Wa earnestly Bollc't ' the cnttlo
ircodcrs anil larnicra of Nebraska and Uclnlty to In.
pect this lot of cattle , ta wo think their superiority
vlll commend them ta jour favor ,
olfcrln9 | consists Ia 35 females and 10 bulls ,
ejircmitlni ; the folloulng ( auillks :
talslo , ( by Ilarnaby ) , Huby'u. Lady nizabeth's ,
Adelaide JIatllila't ) , rrlncciBcs Jane's , Zelle's Lady
lala 2il , with other ? . Cattle uill bo at the Checkered
Urn , Lincoln , Nob. , from the 20th day ot Juno , to
be 2 < ! th , day of Palo. '
Forfurthor imticuUrs , address Fred. U , Wood ,
or O. M Druco , Lincoln , Nebraska , or Wm. Dally ,
'cru , Neb
Fiir.D. jr. WOOD ,
L. 1' . MUin ,
] o Il.w2t d Jo IS to 23'OOU Auctioneer ! .
BRUNSWICK & CO.
Billiard , Ball Pool , Carom ,
AND ALL OTHKIl OAHINO TA11LK3. TEN 1'Uf
11AI.L8 , CHECKS , KTO.
a South Sil Street , Bt Louli , 411 Delaware Btrcet
KauBU ) City , Mo. , 1S21 Douglas St. . Omaha , Mob.
HENRY HORNBERGER ,
Wrlto ( or Catalogues and Prloe Lilts. i
THE BRUNSWICK , BALKE , COL- F
LENDER COMPANY ,
( SUCCESSORS TO THE J. it. D. & 1) , 00. )
The uioit extensive uanufacturen of
JN THE WOULD.
09 S. Tenth Street , . . . . . OUAHA.NEa
of Dllllnl anil Tool Tablet acd ruitorlali
UU JI , l .tiJU.
ENGINES , WORK ,
Ptiiait 'Ctrl ) .Sf , jlierS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Growers of Live Stock and Others.
WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO
Our Ground Oil Oak © .
His Iho besti and cheapest lood or > tocfc ol .
anjr ktBd.ECne pound Is eqti * ! to throe pounds ol oorn
stock tel with around 01 Cake ID the Fall d Winter , Instead of runnlnc doin , will Increase to weight
and bo to good marketable oond.tlon In the sprini. Dairymen , , .
. as well M others who UDO It can testify t.
Its merits. Trj II and Judge for younelrof. Pifco 925.00 pet ton : no charge for sacks. Address
WOODXfAN LINSEED Oltj COMPANY , Omaha Nob.
. 33Q"5TJEiE : : . cfc
Hall's Safe and , Lock Comp' ?
HBE MD BD1GIAB PEOOF
J , A. WAKEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , LIHE , CEMENT , PLASTER , &C-
STATE AGENT FOR MILWAUKEE CEMENT COMPANY.
Near Union Pacific Depot , - - . Omaha , Neb ,
STEELE , JOHNSONS 00. ,
H. B. LOCKWOOD ( formerly of Lockwood & Draper ) Chicago ,
nger of the Tea , Cigar and Tobacco Departments. A full line of
all grades of above ; also pipes and smokers' articles carried in
stock. Prices and samples furnished on. application. Open
orders intrusted to us shall receive our careful attention
AGENTS FOR BEN WOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & * RAND POWDER CD
Heating and Baking
IB only attained by using
CHARTER © , ASC
Stoves and Ranges ,
WITH WIRE ME OVER DOOR
Fci sale by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
0. M , LEIGHTON. H. T. CLARKE.
LEIGHTON < & CLARKE ,
SUCCESSORS TO KENNAUD BROS. A CO. )
Paints- Oil ® .
OMAHA , NEBRASKA '
Milwaukee , Wis.
QUNTHEE & CO , , Sole Bottlers.
M , BELLMAN & CO ,
1301 AND 1303 FARNAM STREE7 COR. 13TH
MA.HA . t .
RECENTLY FKOM FREBIONT , NEB.
WHOLESALED EATHER , SADDLERY
SADDLERY HARDWARE ,
HIDES EELTS FUES TALLOW
, , , , WOOL ,
WE PA ? THE-
For Hides , "Wool , Pelts , Etc. , nud consignments mnd.o to us will receive
prompt attention , for which immediate returns will be made.
13th Street , Bet. Dodge and Capitol AVB. , - - OMAHA , NEB
( SUCCESSOR TO FOSTER & QUAY. )
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