Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 20, 1884, Image 7

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DAILV BE El MONDAY , OCTOBER 20 1854.
Special Bargains In Wai ! Paper
In order to make room for nn Immense stock of Spring Goods , \ hnvo dacldi
offer all goods now in aleck , nt prices never before quoted in this city.
GKO. 11. HEARD , Next door to P.
ERTEL'S HAY PRESSES.
Are tlio Cheapest , Most Durable , Smallest ill Size and Lightest
Weight.
RICHARDS & CLARKE , W. A. CLARKE ,
Superinond
.
Proprietors.
7TH & 18TH S5TREE
U. P. RAILWAY ,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
' jf WATER WHEELS , ROLLER MILLS ,
MILL FURNISHINGS On ALL KINDS , INCLUDING THE
Celebrated Anchor Brand Dufour Bolting CJlc
STEAM PUMPS STEAM WATER AND GAS PIPE.
ARCHITECTURAL AND BRIDGE IRON.
o
are prepared to furnish plans and estimates , and will contract i
the erection o Flouring Mills and Grain Elevators , or for changi
'Flouring Mills , from Stona to the Roller System.
BSZT'Especial attention given to furnishing Powder Plants for any p
attend
for General machinery repairs
po e , and estimates made some
promptly. Address
RICHARD & CLARKE. Omalia.l'Teb
, n. TATE. WAKB WHITKN1
TE&3
Fractloo In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 10'ShuRart'fl 13uildinK ,
COUNCIL BLU1T3 IOW
nios. ornc , u. M. rom.
OFFICER & PUSE1
Council Dludll u.
Established 185
Doilcrala Forelgu and omoatlo Exclunce n
nruA F.ecurltl
JACOB SIMB. K. P. OADWEU
SIMS&GADWELL ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Otncn.Mim Street , Hooma 1 and 2 Slmxirt & M
SUhon's Dlook. Will jitictlco In State and Rdor
ourtB
i . J. STEWAET ,
1'ractlooj In TeUcril and State Court * . C01 Broa
way , otvr Bivluft ilmk.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
Lai
BIG DRIVE.
AT
HOMER'S.
2J Main Street - . Council ]
Dr , W. H. Sherradoi
DENTIST ,
Masonic Tempi
Council Blufh
. O. O.
ii
100 MAIN STREET ,
COUNC1I. BLUFFS - - ;
eOUHCHJLUFFS
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEW
BOURBON BRILLIANCY ,
The Democratic Display of Light ,
and Outcry.
Nearly Three Thousand Toi
and the Streets Full oi
Visitors ,
Tlio Noted Sponkors.
The democrats hnd oven mon
iomouatratloii Saturday night thnii
really planned for. Although the
iromiscd In the papers to have
orchca in the parade , they really di
aspect half that number , neither
Qxpoctod that there would bo so
looplo gathered hero to BOO the d <
stnUion. As special train after s
rain came in over the various raih
t began to bo evident that thor
really to bo n "crush,1 and
inmorous companies * of cam }
ors were for n time in
usion. Colonel Koatloy , i
experience and ability would onabli
o handle three timoa the number o
diors , found it to bo no little task to
shal in any sort of order so many
irodo of undisciplined men , with so
noxporicncod eubordiuato ollicors
10 did nobly and after many trials
ribulatlons the line was formed an
march begun ,
The procession was formed on !
troot and Broadway , and marched i
Eighth street to Sixth avenue , the
Main atrcot , up Main street to 13roat
up Broadway to the Methodist ch
uid than countermarched to the spoi
tand at the corner of 13roadway
Bancroft stroot.
It waa a grand signt , and the grt
lolitical demonstration over see
Council Bluffs. Many who had p
jood judgment in estimating nut
ilacod the procession at from 3,00
,000 , but THE Bin : man , by an a
ount , as the procession morod <
Eighth otrcot , found thcro wore 2,0 !
ho line , including twenty bands. Ai
ho places represented \rcro Logan ,
ap , Dow City , Dennison , Missouri
oy , Shelby , Minden , Oakland ,
3ity , Banian , Hamburg , Glpnwood ,
Dak , Nopla , Avoca , Atlantic , Crci
3ity , Sidney , Shenandoah , Parr
lirorton and Malvorn. Omaha
vor two bauds and 720 men , and sh
ip strong and enthusiastic.
The Harrison county delegation u
ommand of Sheriff Garrison , prcai
i line appearance , the uniform o
jogan club being very handsome
hoLogau cornet baud , the Northtro
Irum corps furnishing oxcollout n
Dunlap showed up strong and
vas a largo number of the "high
: lub , but strangely enough for a d
-ratio procession , they wore the D
ind Logan white hats. Inquiry Ic
.ho revelation that a huge practical
lad boon perpetrated upon them ,
iquipping themselves they were 1
) uliovo by a dealers who was overate
3n Blalne hats that they were jusl
hinga to wear , and as they had not
> uying plug hats since the Qrooly
) aign , they were easily perai
o do so. There were picture
ilaino and Logan In the hats , but
10 dealers pulled out , but happen
niss a few. On the afternoon t
tarting the rnmor began spreading
hose were not Cleveland hats , am
the of tl
) r two described pictures
jublican standard-bearers. It vrai
ate to change , and there were man ;
nsistod that the hats were all r
ibout one-third of the club coucl
hat they would not risk it and si
heir tall hats at homo , but the o
voro thorn. On reaching hero they f
tiat they really were wearing Blaine
nd their confusion and attemp
mother any allusion to it in the pi
vas amusing. It is rumored tha
31aino club at Dunlap did not fool
liey could pay § 2 apiece for white
Iso put up the job , knowing that >
lie democrats discovered tlicir mil
lioy would gladly got rid of them a :
rico. The Dunlap boys , notwithst
ng their hats , were given n hearty
omohoro , and had a jolly timo.
Omaha did itself proud , and ita ir
niforms , marching order and nutn
von much applauso.
Dan Farrell , the gallant sheriff ,
nandcd Mills county delegation , v
ran a atrong one.
Crescent City sent a big band wi
rhich was a noticeable feature , and
cut about forty mounted torchmon.
Council BlulI'd itself showed up we
nd poorer than any of the clubs. 1
roro inoro "kids , " leas uniforms ,
aero howling and whooping than ai
ny of the others. The Clove
uarda , however , redeemed this city
no body of young men , full fift
umber , with the Union Pacific I
" 'hoy showed oil' to good advantage ,
loir whlto shirts with blue fronts , 1
ants , and torches in their hats. ' .
ing Bomo lively campaign chorusc
: ioy marched along , and was the fii
ppoarlng body in the procession ,
jTJiero were ajjlarge number of t
aroncios and emblems , besides the
aimers. Among the letterings wi
'No sunstroke to-night. " "Confi
ial , you'll smile when I toll3
'Elaine , Joy Gould's man Friday. "
njunction Judges on his own 01
'Burn this letter. " "Pusoy vet
ako back -10,000,000 acres of h
'The Hocking Valley. " "Blaino pie
o Mulligan. " "Toll the truth an
horo. " "Tho Plumed Fraud. " '
ny love to Mrs. Fisher. "
The dccorationa were not ccnfin
lie business part of the city , alon
no of inarch , thcro were numerous
oncos finely decorated and illumin
'ho most notlcablo ones were the
udgo James , C . D. Brorrn , and .
lart. The last named place was i
blaze of light , and lanterns were si
cross the street , and around the ci
n profusion.
Along Main street and Broadway
/as a bewilderment of lings , etnbl
antcrns , etc. , and Main street
lorgen'u corner to the Kiel hotel
/core / line upon line of those bri
Ightod lanterns , and from there i
iroadway there numerous decora !
Dn Broadway it would bo almost U
iblo to enumerate all the places. ' .
fund's probably was the most attra
here being several beautiful llage
omo pleasing drnpings Ilardin's
OWH were probably the moat protti
uminatcd. Perogoy it Mooro'u win
Iso looked very nicely. The Globu
ad its front covered with ihga and
nu. Lscy'a saloon had n tranepa
opresonting the republican barn
empty , a very npproprloto iqn , t
it nu excellent plao to cot a b :
any sort emptied. '
The main speakers' stand was (
at the corner of Broadway and Br
street. It was put tip by ) . A. M
the contractor , and was IKhlO fei
was decorated very chboratoly ,
front appeared a lareto eagle , carve
of wood , above which appeared in ;
letters , "Mayor and cilizot j' wolc
nnd boloir , "Cleveland and 11 cm
Welcome Carlisle. " There was r
Inrgo star of evergreens , a I
brought from the the Chicago dotm
convention.
At this stand Lion. John 0. C
was the principal speaker. Ho wi
trodueed by the mayor , and was re
ivith the wildest enthusiasm. The
Ion of his speech was that the re
am party had boon long enough in \
xtid that it was best for the count
liavo more frequent speeches. Ills
; roat theme was the tariff question
lonouncod the protective policy
lirod at length his views of a tai
revenue only. Ilia speech was c
istonod to , and ho was oucourngi
Sequent applauso.
Itov. Gilbert Do La Matyr ,
noantimo was speaking from the bi
) t the 1'ftcifio house to another crow
tot able to got near onotiph to C
: o hoar him. Ho spoke strongly in
) f the selection of Congressman .
m the ground that ho would bo
vblo to do for this district than t
lis first term , and would bo inoro
> ntial than a now member. II
lovotod much time to the tariff
ion ,
lion. M. V , Gannon , the dome
mndidato for attorney general o
itato , gave a brief address to an
srowd at the corner of Broadway
: ) ryant stroot. Mr. Lilly the demo
! andidato for district attorney also
tshort speech.
It was not so good n _ night , how
'or ' oratory as for coal oil , hearse th
mrrah , boys , and a jolly time , an
itroots were kept in nn enthusiast ,
oar till a late hour. Most of the
; ations got off on special traini
hero were numbers of individual
arriod ever the Sunday , viaitiug fi
ir taking in the town , bound while
vero at it to Jmvo the good time out
Chinese Latorun at Seaman's.
SC1IO01 , OIHIj FANOIKS.
Jrimocm Hklrto , Jjow-IIcclcrt I.
felioeH nml Silver
* ow York Journal ,
The alligator-skin and velvet bo
ushioiiablo just now nro made addit
y pretty by the Normal school girls
iavo their monograms in silver put t
iiicklos or embroidered in silk o
civet.
Crimson akirts are very fashionab
chool wear. On rainy days they d
ireaont the draggled appearance
rhito ones do , Txnd , besides , the
rarmer.
Dainty whlto Swiss aprons mai
ho Italian style , with a butterfly p
n the right and narrow velvet rll
bout the sides and the top of the ire i
ladies at fas
ro worn by young our
bio schools. They fasten by the
> y wide sattin ribbons of flowers si
; ontian blossoms or poppies.
The newest handkerchiefs for sc
iavo borders inscribed with Greek
.ctora or examples in algobra. One
i or is turned down and ornam
rith a tiny ribbon bow.
The girls In a fashionable u ]
chool are all wearing low-hoolod
ihoos. They say they can take
valks in the park in these shoes a
tot fool tirod.
Plaid dresses with plaid-plaited
, ro popular. Most of them have be
undo of plaid , but others are worn
orsey waists.
Very long undressed kid gloves ir
hades are the moat fashionable 1
ovoringa among school-girls.
The high-crown hats with small 1
nd the round-roll brim turbans are
red for school wear. The bang la
ti flnfly little rings under them.
Silver daggers , swords , bows anders
ors are the designs of the laco-pli
oguo.
Linen end's are again in fashion ,
ro hold by link studs.
LNTI-MONOl'OIjlSIS , AXTEN'l
First District.
Hon. Charles H. Brown was appo
a address meetings in the First con
jnal district , at the places named
s follows :
Beatrice , Monday , October 20th. 7 p.
Lincoln , Thursday , October 23rd , 7 p
Nebraska City , Saturday , October 21
. m ,
Dales for Oinnlm and other places
Istrict will bo duly announced.
Inptuln J. II , BtloUIo'H Appointn
Onpt. .T , H. BlicUlo , of Thayer county
lonopoly candidate for congress in tho'
-let , will dibcusHthu political issues of tl
t the following points in Bouthwcutoi
rxHlca on tha dates licro nnmod :
I ndlanola Saturday , October 18th.
Ciilbertson Monday , October 20th.
MtCoolc Tuesday , October 21st.
Ahnr Wednesday , October 22d.
lilooinlngton Thursday , October Z'
,30 , p. in.
Kul Cloud -1'rlday , October 21th , t
in ,
lion , .Tamoa W , Davis will nddre
ooplo on thu political itomg of tha day
illowing placeH people wlthour roforo
atty ( specially invited.
At Storllug , October 18 , 7 p. in.
At 'IVcumsuh , October 20 , 7 p. m ,
At Tublu llock , October 2. < , 7 p in.
At 1'awno * City , October 21 , 7 p , m.
At liurcliard , October 25 , 7 p , m.
At Hmnboldt , October 27. 7 p. in.
Atl'alla City , October 28 , 7 p. in.
At Stella , October , 2U , 7 i > . in.
At Auburn , October SO. 7 p. m.
At Nomaka City , October 111 , 7 p. in.
At Nebraska City , November 1 , 7 p.
At 1'lattamouth. November S , 7 p , m.
Hon. Win. Neville , nntl-tnonopoly
late for congress In the Third dmtril
ddropH the puopla as follows :
Valentino , SatDrday ovonln , Octobc
Ci-elghton , Monday uvonlnff , October
Niobrara , Tnofday evoriinf ( , October
Kt , Helena , AYedneiday evening , 0
I'onca , Thursday o\cninff , October 21
iTaelcHon , Kridav ovouinK , October 2 1 ,
Ifurtlogton , BatunUy uvoning , Octol
Wayne , Monday o\eniiir , October 27
Norfolk , Tuesday owning , October 21
Htantou , Wodnrinlay evomnK. Octobe
Winner , Thursday 2 p. in , , October SI
West Point , Thursday overling. Octo
Oakland , 1'riduy evening , October 31 ,
Blair Saturday o\oning , November 1 (
Anti-Monopoly Alcctlii H In Hi
rmd DUtrlui.
J. liurrowH , J'BIJ , of ( Jagocoiinty , fo
Stiita l unncra' '
'earn HPcrotary of the
nco , will Hpiuk on tliu political Unuos
loy In the HLCOIK ! o ngrCBalonul dial ,
hu following named dates nnd pUccs ;
Utlca , fjowunl wjunty , Wednesday , C
! 2 , at 7 P. > n.
ISiudsImw , Jiurk county , Thursday , (
W , nt2pm.
llainntoii , Hamilton county , Thuiud
.oliT 23 , ut il p. in ,
Iliuvurd. Clay county , 1'riday , Octc
at 2 p , in ,
C'ay Center , Cl y county , 1'rlday , (
21 , at ? j > . in.
Nohoii , Auckolli county , Satin day.
b r 2f > , i | p. in.
Supciior , Aiickollg county , Snlunlay ;
bor 25 2 p. m.
ItUortnn , 1'rAIIWin county , Jtonday
IKT 27 , ft p in.
Itlooiningtnn , ( ! mnltliii county. M
October 27 , 7 p. m ,
Hoimblicnn City , Hnrlixn county , T > i
Octolior 2 M , 2 p. 111.
Orlovn , Hotlixii county , Tuesday , C
28. 7 p. m.
llomprCily , rnrnis county , Vfwlr
October 2" " I , 2 p. in.
Atrapnhoo , Vurnna county , Winlnesdi
WHT 2 ! ) . 7 p. in ,
CninlirldRO , Kurnm county , Thutsd :
Uiber 'M , 2 j > . in.
Ab'cll , konrncy county , Vridny , ( . '
11 2 p. m.
Minden , Koimey county , Ktlday , C
ti. 7 p. in.
lIiifttliiRt , Adams county , Salutday , f
JIM1 , 2 p , in ,
I/OCA ! conunlttooH nro rtfiuostoil to si
ncoUngn nroull ad\ortucd. and \Uicr
icctleii cAimot bo tuado liy rail to |
couvojanco ( or uponkor to hia next n )
lUMlt ,
lly ortlor conero .iionn1 committee '
illsttlct.
ItKl'UntilOAN Al'l'OINTMBN
ilpitotntmcntH for Onn. Olmrli
MnmlcrHon.
Senator Mnmlcrnou anil other Rpcakc
mlilross tlio pouplo nt the follow hip pin
ho dates named :
llrowmllto , October 18th.
l-'nlls City , October 10th.
I'nwucoCity , October 21sf
Vnlrbiiry , ( Jctobcr 2d.
Kcd Cloud , October 23d.
Araimhw , October 2 llh.
York , October 2"th.
Continl City , October 2Sth.
Rrand lnlunJ , October 2 th.
Kearney , October ItOth.
Holdroi'o , Nooniborlst. .
for GOOI-KO AV. Pi
niul < 1. G , TMC.
FOU OKO W. R. DOHSKV AN1 > OKN. A. It , Of
Grand Islnml Vridny moiling , Octol
Central City Saturday o\enlng , 0
18.
18.Kullorton Jtondny ovi-nhiR , October
Columlma Tuomlny e\onn ! , Octoboi
North Watto Wtdncadny evening , 0
iiI'liim Creole Thursday OAenhij ? , 0
23.
Koarnny Vridny o\cnbi ( ? , October 2
Schuyler Saturday availing , October
GKO. W , K. D0118KV AND OT1IKU Hl'KAK
Albion Monday ovoninR , October 27
Ulair Tuesday oMMihiB , October 23.
Dakota City Wodnesdny ovonlng ,
jer 29.
'JVlittinah Thursday ovoiilng. Octob
West Point Kilduv evening , Octoboi
Mr. Doreoy will bo ncconipinlod by
lutes for Btato offices. 0. 13. "Voi
J. W. LOVK , Ch'n Stnto Con. C
Ch'n Cone , Com.
COMMKUOIAIj.
OODKOIL ; Diuri-a UAttitrr.
Wheat No. 1 milling , G0@05 ; No. J
> 0 : rejected 15.
Corn Ijocnl purpoaos , 35@40.
Oats Vor local purposes , S5@ 10 ,
Hay 810 001200 per ton ; baled , C
Kyo 10@J5o.
Com Meal 1 SO per 100 pounds ,
Wood Good supply ; priced nt ynrda ,
' ( X ) .
OonI Delivered , hard , 1150 per ton
> ! 00 per ton
Lard Valrhniik's , wholesaling at OJc.
Vlour City Hour , 1 C0@3 SO.
Brooms 2 J5@3 00 per dez.
LIVE BTOOIC.
Cnttlo Butcher co\va 3 00@3 25. B
toora , 4 OOCrtU 25.
Sheep 3.50.
Uogs-423@105.
ruoncoB ANO pnniTS.
Poultry H\o old hens , 7c ; spring chli
25@2 60 per doz.
I'eachoH Jj bus. box , 100.
Ijomons 1 50@5 00 per box.
Butter Creamery , 18@20c ; choice c <
.60.
Kegs 10 pot dozen.
Vegetables PotntoeB , 30@10o per I
nilons , 40@00c per bu ; apples , choice o
> r onting , 2 GO ; beans , 1 702 DO
juahol ; Sweet uotntoos , 4 00 vor bbl.
Railway Time Tal
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
The tallowing ro tha times ot the arrival t
Atturo at trains by central standard time ,
} cal depots. Trains leave transfer depot tot
LOB earlier and artlvo ton minutes Inter ,
ClllCiOO , BDRUNOrON AHD QU1MOT.
. t
L1WC.
Clilcnk'oKxprcsa D.
6:85 pra
0:10 : m Font Mall. 7 :
' and , 7 !
:45 a m I'Mall ExproM
Acoommod&tloii. 2 :
2:20 : { > m &
"At local depot only.
EAKSia CITT , HT.OH AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
0 05 in | SIall and Kxprcsn , ,7 :
8:05 : pin 1'aoinc Kiproos , C :
OUIOAQOi UILVAOHIIR AND BT. PAUL.
0.
Exprosn ,
t:2B : p m
0 ,
Exprow ,
9U ; m
OUICAOOi HOOK INLAND AND FAomO.
AtUntlo ICijirosa , 0 ,
6:30 : p m
0.20 a m Day Kxproaa , 0.
7:20 : a lu "Dos Molnoa Aocommodatlon , B.
At local depot only.
WABA1U , ST. I/JUIS AND I'iCinO.
Mall , 4 :
1:20 a in
Acoouiinodat on 0
6:10 : | i in
< Ht. Louis KxprtiH & ' .
: ! 0 p in
10.
Cnlcago Kxjircsj
: W p in
* At Transtot only
unioAao and KOHTIIWBBTIUS.
6:30 p m Kxpro8 , B :
1'aclflo Kxprosa D. .
B:25 : a in
lioui CITT AND rAcmo.
:40 : p m Bt. 1'aul Kxpruea , 8:1 :
,20 a la Day Kxpre a B ,
DMOI i-Acino.
8:00 pra Wuatern KnproBDi B
I'atlfla ICxprusg , I :
1:00 : a m
7:10 a m IIOCA ! Kxprooii , B
2:10am : Lincoln KxpruHU , -
At Tranttor only. "
DUUMT TRAINS TO OUAI1A.
. . in. 1 ;
LeaTo-7:20-a:80-n:30-10.30-ll:10a.
SO-4.SO-G:30-fl.80-11:05 : : p. m Sunday O.Si
m. 1:30"3:30-6.3 < M1.SO-11:06 p , nu Aitlvo
o beluro loavln ttmn
Mrs , HJ , Hilton , MJM
PHYSICIAN & STJKGE
322 Mlddlo Brntd-way. Oounoll Bit
a.ro the changes that , In a tow years
taken place In the raanufaoturo
Olothin
[ mprovomont after Improvement
boon made , until to-day the olotl
od'orod by Sohlank & Prince , IS
Farnain utroot , ia nqual in ovoi
roopuct to the boat
Wlillo at the eamo time the lown
price of the fine grade of olotl
they handle is no losa astonia ]
inor than tlio
Perfection
AND Till ! QUALITY Ot
MATERIAL AND
2 10 Farnam Sired ,
THE CHEAPEST PLAOE 1W UMAHA TO BUY
A
Ono of the Boat and largoafc Stocks iu the United States
to select from.
NO STAIRS 'TO OLIMB ,
ELEGrMT PASSEN&ER ELEVATOS ,
THAT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
FOR ALL ARE FOUND !
Where- They Can Enjoy Pure Air S
And all o the good oiiu pleaamii things tlmt.go to make up n complete -
ploto and happy oxistouco.
The town of ! South Omaha it titunled south o the city 'of Omnhn
on the line o the U. P. Railway , nnd it is lesa than 2i uulos from the
Ouiuha post oQico to the north line c i the town site.
South Omnhn ia nearly H miles north and south by 2\ east nni
west.nud covers nu area o nearly foursquare miles ,
The stock yards nro nt the extreme southern limit
Nearly 150 lots have been sold and the demand ia on the increase
yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The $00,000 beef paclcing house is progressing finely.
Works finished nud furnish nn abundant
The $80,000 Wntor nro
supply of
PURE SPRING WATER.
The B. & M. mid Bolt Line Railways hnvo a largo force of men at
work and will , in connection -with the U. P. Railway , have n union depo >
icnr the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds TV ill be
uuruished for Church nnd School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growiug'city. They will nevei
jo cheaper than they are to-day.
B2F"Apply at the Company's office , nt the Union Stocks Yards.
Assistant Secretary.
CHICKERING
PIANOS
They Are Without A Rival.
AND-
Bavo been Awarded One Hundred and eighteen I'riz
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years.a And
lest Mg Pianists
IN-
An examination of these magnificent Pianos is politely requested
before purchasing any other instrument.
ML B-A luHfl < JL " Hjld " oS SJ&y.p
General Western RepresoDtahves.
' ' for KNABB VOSE & SONS
P. S.-Also Gen'l Agt's ,
B13HR BROS. , 'and ' ARION PIANOS , and SHONINGBR
CYMBELLA and CLOUGH & WARREN ORGANS.
HND GO'S PIANOS
IENDOUSED.BY LISZT. ]
19
BOSTONn Mch lit , 1881 ,
. QnndBqaaro und'Unrlght , ro totlly cobbj
InitmnJent *
IruraeuU KUKUBOH wid PIANO onrlroDcd OO lot OiMliuis Iwiutjr oJ.toae 7oor And fliiUh. 4llow nw to.congutulate jrou on y ur Bteillni
.
Vfosrca *
BECOMMENDS ITSELF.BOLE
BOLE AGENT ,
J J6W Dod o Street , OmiOia , ITob.
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