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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1884)
TPL DAiLV BEE Tr REPTEMIWE 1 1881.
They Are Without A Rival.
Have been Awarded One Hundred and eighteen Prize
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years. And
LMng Pianists ,
E I TOUCH
Au examination of tliesa magnificent jJPinnos is politel } ' requested
before purchasing any other instrument.
General Western Representatives.
P. S.-Also Gen'l Agt's for KNABE , VOSE & SONS ,
BEHE BROS. , and ARION PIANOS , and SHONINGER
CYMBELLA and CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN.
IMPORTER , JOBBER AND SIANUFACTURERS' AGENT OF
13TH ST. , BETWEEN FARNAM AND HAilNEY
RICHARDS & CLARKE , W. A. CLARKE ,
U. P. RAILWAY , 17TH & 18TH STREETS
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
WATER WHEELS. ROLLER MILLS ,
isl ! and irain Elevator ;
MILL FURNISHINGS OF ALL KINDS , INCLUDING THE
Celebrated 'Anchor ' Brand Dufour Bolting C3Iotb
j-im-w-H a < m frtrvw fnn nttmin i Wi TTT A rriTflT * i TiTT > / 1 A O TlITJl/ *
STEAM PUMPS gSTKAM1 WATEIC AND GAS
I GOODS AND FIFE F
ARCHITECTURAL AND BRIDGE IRON. .
TV a are prepared to furnish plans nnd estimates , and will contract foi
ho erection of Flouring Mills and Grain Elevators , or for clmngmp
wmirine Mills , from Stona to the Holler System.
garEspioia attention fiven ; to furnishing Powder Plnuts.for any pur-
postfondBstiinaies made for some Gnneril machinery roi-uirs attended :
RIUHARD & CLABKEV Omaha , Neb
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
SliltuiiontB of Stock ,
The following were the shipmonta of
stock from the union stock yards , September -
X. K. Cftrtor , 1 i cnra cattle , 205 head ,
to Chlciitjo via 11. I.
Davis it Jatnos , - c.m horsca , 20 head ,
to Knima City via K. 0.
11. C. Connor , 1 car horses , 13 head , to
Converse Cattle company , 27 cars cat
tle , oL'O head , to Clilcngn via Mil.
P. Wilkinson , 2 cars cattle , ! 0 head , to
Laramie via U. P.
COUNCIL nLUFFS JIA11KBTT.
COUNCIL Uwrrs , IOWA , Sept. 1 , 1884.
Whont-No. 1 niUlliiR , 76@SO ; No. 3 , C5@
70) ) rojoctodCO.
Corn l.ocnl ptiTixnmlOQIfi. .
Onto For local puriiosoa , 35 ® 10.
Hny $10 00@1U 00 per touj baled , CO@CO
Corn Monl 1 30 per 100 poundo.
WooJ Good anpply ; prlcoa nt yards , C 00 ©
Coal Dollvorod , hard , 11 60 i > or ton ; oft ,
5 00 i > or ton
I ard Kalrbnnk'g , wholesaling nt OJo.
yiour City Hour , 1 00@3 HO.
IJrooins 2 < J5@3 00 per doz.
C.\ttlo Hutchor cowu 300gi5. : ! ! Lutclior
atoors , 1 OOffD-i 23.
lluRa 1 20 ® I C5.
rnonucK AND rnuiis.
QuotnUona by J. M. St , John & Co. , com.
mission merchants , 538 Uroadwny.
Poultry Lh o old hens , 7c ; spring chicken ? ,
2 So.1 50 per doz. : live turkoya , Oo.
] ' .ichos J bus. bov , 1 00.
] .onions 5 50 per box.
Unnnmvs 2 00@3 00 per bunch.
Uuttor Croninory , 20cj rolls , choice ! ) @ 10c.
] ' -Rga 12J po * dozen.
Vegetable * ) 1'otntoes , 1 50 2 00 per bbl ;
onloiiB , 75e IX.T bn ; cabbage , 60o per do ? . ;
npploR , 3 230'11 50 per bbl ; choice per bbl 3 25in (
1 00 ; bonns , 1 50&r.2d per Inishnl ,
M1MNG IX AIji\SIC < \ .
bulcnt Kp < iuiitinnxSlior niul Killed
Colil Wcntlior nt the Ulliicn.
San Krancisco Itnlletin.
Alining in ALisku hna EOHIO tliscomforta
as well as the same occupation further
south. But cold and snow have not prevented -
vented the establishment of n mine on
Piah river , which empties into Oolowiti
bay , aovcnty miles north of St. Michaels.
The mine ia owned principally by Mr.
Whitman , of the grocery firm of Torroy ,
Whitman it Gardiner of O.iklnnd , Mr.
Greene of West Berkeley , Col. Williams
of Oakland ( recently deceased ) , and
Robert Lowrio and S. 1. Mnrston , who
were on the schooner Alaska , and wcro
lost. Some seventy-five tons of ore were
on the Alaska whoa oho walost. . Those
who took passage on tlio Alaska left nt
the inino KdwnrU Allen , David Mackoy ,
Uarry Richards , P. B. Price , Robert
Lowrio , William Walton , and John
Through the winter months the men
worked at the mine , getting out ore
ready to bo laden on the schooner , which
they expected to return. In Juno last
the revenue-cutter Thomas Corwin ,
Capt. Healoy , atoppcd at Golowin bay
with letters for the minors. The letters
were taken by an Esquimaux employed S
by the mining company to the mine. The
missives told that the schooner had never r
reached San Francisco. 31 was then decided - ,
cided that some of the party should re
turn to this city. Accordingly F1. B.
Price , Robert Lowrio , William Walton ,
and John Nicholson prepared to leave the
mine. They embarked in u baydero for
St. Michaels , a distance of seventy miles
in a straight line , but fully 210 miles :
Following the coast-lino around Norton >
sound , as the men in the little boat
vere compelled to do. The perilous ( rip
ccupied two wcckp. When the
vinu was favorable nail was
ised , and when the wind
vas unfavorable during a calm , oars were
ised , Four oars had been loft in n
vhuleboat of the Lee and oarlocks were )
roved on the baydore. Paddles , such
s are used by the natives , also were
ised. After having boon in the water a
ouplo of days , the skins of which the
loat was inado became slack , nnd the
raves striking against the sides made
hem move inward and outward. The
rip , however , irns made in safety , nnd
t St. Michaels the men took passage on
ho Alaska Commercial company's stoam-
r St. Paul. The St. Paul left them nt
unalaaka , whilu it took a man to the
ionl islands , then picked them up and
ook them to San Francisco , David
tlackoy and Harry Richards are still nt
ho mine , , .
winters were found by the minors *
o be extremely cold , the thermometer 'hi
linking to. ! ? < = below zero. The men lived
n n log house with two compirtmei.tj , in ciy
Mio cf which the mules were kept. yr
\botit l. > 0 cords of wood wsro burned
> ' '
ant winter , The niinu is situated about !
mile form the house , and a shaft about
feet has been sunk
lovonty.fivo deep Ti
md two drifts have been inado. During
lopth of about two feet could bo moved
vith n pick. At the depth named frozun
round was struck , and no tools could :
iavo any intluonco upon it. Powder
rax.used in loosening the ground and
In midwinter the sun shone for two
lours and n half only out of the twenty-
our. In midsummer thu nun shone
iwonty-ono and n half hours during the
lay , and at any time the light was sulli- M
ient to read the print of ti newspaper.
.11 the winter the mon worofaqtios ( coats )
nndo of deerskin , quirrolskins or musk-
.itskin , and caps of foxukiu. Mr. Price pc
.ays that ho did not experience pain pcW
rom the severe cold except during the
orriblo gaku of winter , when the show
vas ilown in clouds across the valley ,
'ho warmth cf this latitude has teemed
injiloasnnl , however , since his return ,
For food the men had n stock of salt
neat nnd canned goods nnd beans , taken
y the schooner. Pike , pickerel and
omcod were caughtand easugoto ( grouse )
uid rabbits were ihot and oaten.
In the valley where the mon were nt
vork were nb ut ono hundred nativcH ,
md there was an Kaqiiiinau village called
1'hingamuty. in ( lolowin bay. No trouble
vaB experienced with the natives except
wo men , who seemed to hnvo better
imlcratandinu than the others , and who
ser so their cunning upon thu aupcrati.
ns natures if their follows. These
o nntivos g.ivo the minors cotiHidorablo
Tbiible , nnd in the early sprint ; claimed
.ho mine and threatened they would
jring such u number of men from Capo
I'rmce < 1 Wales that tha whiles would
jo ns "ono Esquimaux , " without force
ul ( c ont to protect their lives or prop ,
irlj. The trouble grow so desperate
hat desperate nuana to end it were do-
ided upon , and the minorn shot nnd
illed the two turbulent natives , Tha
ithor Indiana living in the vicinity ro-
urncd thanka for thu removal of two
roublesomo men , who robbed them of
tholr furs by promfavig to p , y nnd never
fulfilling thvir promise.
During tlui winter nxnilhi 1'isli river ,
Dolnwin b . \ , North sound , niul the
ocean , fnr ns the eye eoslcl reach , were
solidly frozen over. Kwno of the inou
tried to skixto on the ice , but the snow
was drifted unevenly over the surface
niul iho attempt was not successful.
long before they roAch middle ngo fre
quently tind thomsolvoa sutforing from
Boiuo of iho complaints and weaknogiea
peculiar to their sox. For nil soch Kid
ney-Wort is n great boon. It induces a
healthy Action of the Kidneys , Liver and
llowols , clonnsea the system , AIU !
strongihona nnd gives now lifo to nil the
important orgnna of the body. It ii natures -
turos great assistant in establishing nnd
sustaining hoAlth. Sold by nil druggists.
Thai GoHt tlio Cronm ,
.111 City Derrick.
As tluiy sat together on the porch the
other evening they talked of the tran
sience of things in general , Said he :
'Tho beauties of the sunset nro glorious ,
nit while wo gaze thereon they vanish
nwny , nnd it is thus with nil the joys of
"Yes , " she replied , "it is the same
way with ico-cream. It stands before
you in the saucer , but soon it is gone ,
and the place thnt once knew it knows it
no moro forever. By the way , Ooorgo
dear , " she added , ns though it were nn
nftor thought , "lot's try that experiment
on the Ico-creatn. "
jtiriVrfrctlon. ThoScnilot , Cardinal Hod.
Old Gold , Navy Blue , Html Bruuii , Diamond I
Jye- < si\o perfect remits. Any
color , 10c. , nt drugnittH. Wells , IticliHidson
it Co. . Burlington , Vt. ;
Ho Hntl IVolmbly llcon There.
"Did you over BOO my wife ? " asked >
Flnttory of Green. :
' No , can'taay thntl did ; but 1 know
just how she looks , nnd 1 can toll you nil 3
nbout her. "
"You cnn ( "
"Yes ; she's got coal black hair , snapping
ping 1 black eyes , and n mighty big , hard L
"By George ! you'vo ' hit it. How did
you guess so nccurntoly ? "
"Well , 1 saw you coming down town
the ether morning with one black eye ,
nnd looking as if you had made the ac
quaintance of n broom handle , eix rolling
pins , and n hard fist. " Boston Times.
"As Gootl UN Now , "
nro the words used by n lady , who was at ' ' '
ono time given up by the most eminent
physicians , nnd loft to die. Reduced to
n moro skeleton , palo nnd haggard , not
nblo to lonvo her bed , from all those dis .
tressing diseases peculiar to Buffering females -
males , such ns displacement , loucorrhu11 ,
inflammation , etc. , etc. She began tak '
ing Dr. Piorco'a "Favorite Prescription , " )
and also using the local treatments rec
ommended by him , and is now , she says ,
"ns goodns now. " Price reduced to ono
dollar. By druggists.
"Wool Production ,
Chicago Commercial Adxeitihor.
The wool production in the United
States amounted to 475,000,000 pounds Tl
lantyoar. Ohio stands nt the head with
85,000,000 pounds ; next cotno California , 21
17,000,000 pounds ; Michigan , 12,000,000
pounds ; ladiann , 0,000,000 pounds , Tex
as , 7,000,000 pounds ; Now Mexico , -
500,000 pounds ; Kentucky , 5,000,000
pounds ; Oregon and Washington Terri
tory , 8,000,000 , and the ether states nnd SI
territories loss than 1,000,000 pounds
A SkirmlHli Ainou ; ; tlio Doctors.
When typhoid fever broke out at Port
rorvia , some doctors quarreled about howe
o cure it. Each said his way was the
est , and several said nil the others were
mtircly wrong nnd know nothing nbout
low to cure it. A little knowledge of
nedicino is a dangerous thing , but n very
al uablo item of medical knowledge is ,
hat Brown's Iron Bitters builds up
rastod systems , and by enriching en-
oobled blood gives health and strength.
r. W. J. Nowhill of Carter Creek , Va. ,
ays , "Brown's Iron Bitters is ono of
ho best tonics 1 over prescribed. "
Cow York Sim. Gil
Doctor ( who has been sent for nt 2 a. Ii
11. "Madam , pray send at once for the
lorgymun , nnd , if you want to make
our will , for the lawyer. " Madam ( hor-
ificd ) "Good craciousj Is it so dnngcr-
113 , Doctor ? " Doctor "Not a bit of it ;
lut 1 don't want to bo the only fool who
laa been disturbed in his sleep for nolh-
" ' " A Doiihlc-l'Jnlcndro. Tf
Cow Oilemn ; I'Irjijuiie.
Bo careful about what you Hfiy to n Til
inrbor. "Cut it abort , old man , " oaid a
ustomer to one who wai spinning a long
am in his car while cutting lim hair ,
'lie result was n shaved head anil much
Only Ki.Tijsoiii ) .
'romthc Hostnii 'limcH ,
Torchlight procosmoiw will BOOH bo in
rder , and it will bo the easiest thing
nnginablo , when n patriot goes homo at
ight nnd his wife wooers , "For mercy
iko , Chariot ) , what mokes you smell sof"
ir the patriot to explain , " 'Skeroaono ,
arhioltng ( ) ; torahlight p'aosaion , y'know ,
eon breathing in it ( hie ) all the evening.
The KeuHon Why.
row York Hun.
"What waa your reason for Helling
faud 8 ? " ho was asked ,
"You won't give it away ? "
"Certainly not. "
"Whenever I drove her on the road
coplo would aay' 'There goca Maud S.1
Mb nny other horse they soy , 'Thoro '
uos Vnndorhilt. ' Thnt is the reason. " >
fcwWooilworlc ! Attachments
Warranted 5 Years A
SOLD.ON EASY PAYMENTS. quli itcc
K. U IXJYEJOY
W , H Hth btrut , Om lia , y
Oo.taa.ia nny ,
IUKCT L1.VX KXoAN'D , JTHANCK AND
Tlio it m hl | < tf this well-known r " < T. built ol
Iron , In n-ntmlithj eninniltnrnt | , mit'irs liunl h
nl 1th ciory txDmt to in ko t'io | K * ( O tmth
fc Mul i Rt < H llc. They nny the t ) leif sutci
t l Kuroioftn | nmll , vid If MO Now \.itni Tliitni *
il ) i lM\ttmU } f < > f 1'lymmith ( t.ONIKNClier
bonri ; , ( I'AUIH ) ami It AMlH'JHl.
K tw : Flint OnWn.f. fcUmM JJ. Stfctvo
Hcnt ) inimlt , M tk lliwwn , F U. Moorm.M. "Vwi " ,
wrrnttln Oinulm , Oroti\Vi'i&SriKH'nlKtii , iOi > . ' > in
( Vuiicll tttnttt. 0. II : ItlOIAKll ft CO , ( Ioni < rc
A tn , 81 lie ! .l \ , N. Y. Cl'W. Kotmln kl A ( A'
) cncr l WwtoJn Avint * , 1C"7 lilnk'ton St. , Chlf
Nrr * on nrf n ,
M. IM IM | . i-nnn *
. - - . y'i' ' n I ; > fi > N . t'Mnrrn
t C ? 1 HIM Kltlli l > m % Imttitr
DllmliSM > Vnilllnlii | ( 1 ti-ll , oli' Onlr wlMfinr
trii' luittti AtntTUfithM tM'inMhoKlri'trlr ( v nil m K
nollim llminili tln > Innlj . i\ulin ! IwiivliiimM In an Ii
SI.OOO Would Not Bu It.
Winter h routing , tlin fcmon nl tlio ) ci\r lor vlii >
kml v"0" ' I" * ' < " > of thin livct , \ o KI\ . luime n
IKx-tor llotnc'n Klcetrlo Holts , by noMoliiR , , vn ll
? oM lthouini\tl in , KlilietroniiU'9 : neil othrr III
thit llcih In lirlr tmi. Ho not dcli\\- , lull cull S oil
Mlioo , niul oikinlno tlio liultx , 1422 DmtglM St. , On ft
hit No- ) .
UTFat Mlo i > t C. F. aoodmin'i Drug Slot1 1110
l , Omah * .
a o n
lIt.Tilto p'tliltn liny cno \ tholll flml ft .
I ol Mrrnirj , IVitaxli , Iixllne , Arvonlc , or mi ) I'ol
g us o
"I luuo curoil nionl Tnlnt by the USD of S ltt's
3lXcllto ) uttiT 1 linil incut ulRiinllj Inlliilwlth tlio Mir-
uty ttiul I'otnsh Tn-fttinont ,
1' . A. TOOMKIt , M. I ) . 1'errj , On ,
"SHllt'n Spoclflo lint curcil inn of Sirolnhof 12
icmrs nUiiilIni ; . Hail mrcs mntgo \ AI nn liniul , nnil
u-r.v oiio thoiiRht 1 WM iluomcil. Snitt'o .Siicilllr
uroil my Mtor phj Bidiiim nnil nil other niodldno bail
allcil ' 11. I , , limit , IxiniAc , Ark.
ft I ( \ C\C\f\v'0"u \ \ \ "ot inirfliwo from 11.0 wlmt
? 1 W UvHI Swill1 * Sieclllo | ha .l"no tor mo. It
Miilru mo ol 1lhtmnuitliina > ti < ieil by
A11UI1IK IIIOMAb , H
Our Trcatlao on llhioil mul Skin Diseases nmlloil Iroo
| < l < ! IcanU to
THi : HW1KT SPECIFIC CO.
Drawer S , Atlanta , ( U.
N. Y. Otllro , HO W. 22.1 . St. , between Bill nnil 7th
Ueimea. I'lillailultihlni'llco 10(1 ( Chestnut t.
Health is Wealth !
DR. 11 C. Wrsr'H NKH\K AMI HRAIV TIIXAHMRNT , a
iiiarAiitoctl cncclllo lor Hjmcrla , Drzlnuw , Coinul-
loni , Fits , Ker\oils NcumlKh , Jleailacho , Nrruni *
'rciBtration can oil by the mo ot alcohol nr tobbicco ,
VakclulncsB , Monttl ileirc | Blon , Solteninj ; ol the
irain , rcflultlnirtn IIMMIIU and lunilii ] ) ; to misery ,
Icca ) anil death , 1'romaturc Old no , llnronuaii , IOH-I
Ipowcrln cither POX , Iiuolnnt.iry I.oneaanil Slier.
natiirhoracaiHod b > oxcrcxtrtlontot the briln , noil-
.tmsourmi-r ImlulKGiira. Kacli box. contains ono
iHintli'H tieatmont. $1 CO a boxer six bullion ( or
5.00 , lent bj inall | > ro | ld on rcculpt t > ( price.
Wi : OUAUANTiH : SIX 110XK1
'o euro > ny cane.Vlthoach order rccehcd by us
r BX ! li.ullci , accoiniill.hid with $5 ( X ) , o will tend
ho purchiHir our r.tton Kuaranten to rotund the
icno } II thotrcatmentdiwHiiot cllocta euro. Uuar-
nteea Insued on ] } by JOHM C : WIST k CO. ,
Jy 28-mio ry 80.J ilaUUoii St. , ChlcaRO , 111.
'ho Leading ABrlcultural and Llvo Stoolt
JlOrnal of the West.
B. S. SMITH & CO. ,
I riDIIS AM ) t Ulir.HMKIlH.
iONMlOIlT. W. KUIINAS , Sccrotary Ht lloar
u ( Agriculture , Ausocl.ito lull tor.
UUSCUIl'TION 1'UICi : , Jl.OO iiorjo rliift1vanoo |
1 m1 i t i ( . , 0 [ ill i , f i !
A victim ol early Imnruoonco , . ns narroiig
Itcblllty , DioniKturn tlcriiy. cto. Imvinir tnn ] in
rumevnry known romrdy. h&s ( llntovnrpu A filninli
mennn of noirvuro.vnich liu will ucsil 1'UEK to
icsnli Aoonrince Co. , ol tiondon , C h
ofltcliontcr.N. Y. , Okpltil OOU.OCC.O
luMcrcimnto. of Ki.wvik , N , ) . , CuplUl I,57SCCO.Ut
rardKIro , 1'ldUcclil.lk , tpItU 1.207.100. U
rcmiu'alund Cat UI l.SSO.Jld.
HAS NO UPE1UOR.
lie Steck is n Durable Piano.
IK STKCK HAS HINOINO QUAMTV OF TONK
I'OUNU NO OTIIKK PIANO.
SOI.I ) NI.Y 1JV
1JVBROS , ,
IH DKCIDKI ) I1V
Royal Havana Lottery !
( A OOVKItNMCNT INHTI'lUTION. )
rawn at Jlavanu , uba , Every li !
to Id Days.
DKirrs , 82.00 , iiArvr.s , ji oo.
iuljjec-t to no inanliiiilatlon , not controlled hy the
ttltiHln Intoroiit It U the falruut tlil"K In the
turo ot Uiancu in ttl ! tonco.
'orlnlorinutlonnnd particulars aiijilv tnHIIII'.SKV
, Uun. Auontu , 1212 llroaiivtar , N V , tlty ,
KAUII&CO. , 417 Walnut ntroctHt. , Ioul , Mo.
Kranl. l.ohruno , L. I ) , , 'iO Wjanilottc , Kan.
y -mio tt wly.
1.I.CIIIO VOLTAIC IIKJ.T nnd ollirrKircfnio ,
Ai'iiiAscm nru cent on M Havo1 'irlol 'IO
UN ONI.V. VCJUN'II i > H OLD , who nro nurTiT-
train NKIIVOUH 1)1 nil ITT. JAIST VIT UTV ,
IBTM'I WlIAKNKfiSK.1 , Illld 111 ! lllOKO dllK'UM * til It
EIUHJNII , Nituiii : , riBultlni ; from AIIUCKI nud
II111 C'iUbKi Kj.i'cdy rillit and romplita
lUirallnn toIiiLtn , V'luou nnd Mitinoou
uiuMT-KD. hi'Mil at OLCU ( or IlliutnUxl
iinphli tfri'n. Ailnreul f"
UJ.TAIl1 IIKI.T CO. . Mnr linll. Mich.
EXAS TRAIL CATTLE ,
Uiuut tt.UX ) lifU'l , iiKJHtly una anil two yuarn old
iirr. Will l > o at OgaUlla buut August iUtli. lu
ll. u ( nr fetid roan
ID. n. ( HUM KB
H-ra&o liu OicaUUtt Neb
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE UM UMAHA TO BUY
Ona of the Boat and largo.it Stocka in thv < J United State *
to reject from.
NO STAIRS TO OUMB ,
ELEGANT PASSEN&EE tfLEVATOB ,
THAT IS THE NAME QFflTHE TOWN WHERE ]
FOR ALL ARE FOUBtfD I
Where They Can Enjoy Pure Air & Watorl
And nil o the gond anu plcoaniii tilings thatfgo to make up a com-
> lcto and huppy oxistonce.
The town o South Omaha i1 sluonted south of the city of Omaha
n the line ot the U. llaihvny , and it is less than 3 | miles from the
Jnmlm post oflico to the north line c i the town nito.
South Omaha is nearly H miles north and south by 2 } east and
vest , ami covers an area of nearly foursquare unlea ,
Tlio stock yards are at the extreme southern limit.
Nearly IfiO lots have been sold s d the demand is on the increase
? ho yards arc being rapidly pushed to completion.
The # 00,000 beef packing house is progressing finely.
The $30,000 Water Works are finished nnd furnish an abundant
PURE SPRING WATER.
The 1J. & M. nnd Bolt Line Railways have a largo force of men at
vork and will , in connection with thoU. P. llmlwuy , have a union depot
icar the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will be
urnished for Church and School purposes.
Wow is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
lo'chcnpor than they are to-day.
at the Company's oflice , at the Union Slock0.
Assistant Secretary ,
* * gaHgJB"c : * '
r lAW \M + Jga - - - " 'hVf
AND DEALER IN
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
Double and Single Acting Power ano Hand
TrimraingB , Mining Machinery , Bolting , HOBO , BraaH and lion
at whol nuo ! nud rutail. 1IALLADAY WIND-MiLLS , CHURCH
ND SCHOOL BELLb.
Corner 10th Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
ERTEL'S HAY PRESSES.
ro the Cheapest. Most Durable , Smallest in Si/.o niul Lightest ia
no Hav I'r.THrl ! nny kln.l . can tlio amoimt ol work nro.luwu at nu-li mtl8ex | > on8 , . ( teni tons ol (
. . MaclilnojarroatoJ or
llriia.ni < rtcir1)a ) < a nlH.loiio with Iho Ilitcl luiprouil
For Illiutratoil clruiUr aJJrcm , .
now , ,
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