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The Fastest St oatner in tinWorld.
The fnstist steam yaclit alloat in
the Stiletto. She is n strange looking
little vessel, ninety-five feet long and
eleven feet in beam a perfect water.
knife. She has a straight bow, and
her widest part is a little forward of
amidships. From that point to the
stern she diminishes in width till the
ends in a sharp point. The lirp
stern lies low in the water, so tltM tin
boat has the appearanee of pointing
lier nose into the air. Mie mis a nuiii
freeboard in nronortion to her size,
and her flush deoks are enclosed with
a light railing. Her rig is that of a
tliroe-ninsteu scuouiier. aim iter nruo
masts look like walkm" sticks. JK-r
sinjjlo funnel,, situated forward of the
main inasi, mnu u uuiy gray.
Her Imll is painted black about a foot
and a half above the water, and the
rest of it is white. Her row of portholes
in the white part look like ninheads in
a sheet of note paper. She had a race
on tho J 1 nelson Juver recently with
the Mary Powell, which has heretofore
claimed to bo the fastest boat in tho
country. Tho contrast between tho
two boats was extraordinary. Tho
big wheels of one smote the waters
defiantly, clouds of smoke rolled out
f her smokestacks, and her walking
beam plunged up and down with a
forco tliat made her decks tremble.
Tho other, little and slim, looked like-
a needle on the water, through which
she slid with an easy, graceful motion,
flinging the spray behind her. The two
boats cut the waves nose to nose, and
tho Powell s pilot eyed his saucy neigh'
bor a trifle anxiously. Soon tho fn o
men began to shovel on tho coal, the
steam gauge showed a pressuro of
thirty-six pounds, and tho river boat
bounded ahead. But tho yacht's
smoke-stack belched out an angry
cloud, and sho whisked up to her first
position, bow to bow. Tho Powell
mado another effort to win tho
advantage, and crowded tho steam
to a pressuro ot tnirty-nmo pomms.
lint tho yacht was equal to tho
occasion and refused to yield an
inch. Tho next moment a great
sweeping streak of silver foam was
Aline off the Stiletto's sheer, and a
glistening, boiling white mass of spumo
sliot out irom under Her sharp stern.
A moment later two jets of water wero
shooting threo feet into tho air be
hind her, and her bow was cutting
through tho water like a bullet through
tho air. Sho gavo a great leap for
ward, and every living soul on board
tho Mary Powell, from the captain in
thowheeldown to thecook in the kitch
en, opened his mouth and eyes, held
his breath, and stared with tho con
centrated essence of his whole soul
"Great Scott and huckleberries!" ex
claimed a deck hand; "look at that!"
Tho Stiletto was simply walking
away from the Mary Powell, and
in a short time was one hundred
yards ahead of her. Tho one hun
dred grew to two hundred and then to
three hundred. Down in the neighbor
hood of the steamboat's engine room
things were lively. The engineer was
watching his steam gaugo and running
in and out to see where the yatcht was.
The firemen were ramming coal into
thefurnaces at a great rate. TheiUary
Powell is allowed to carry forty
pounds of steam. At one time her
gaugo showed thirty-eight. It was no
use, however. The little boat kept
right on crawling away from her, and
at Tarry town light it was plain to see
that the Stiletto was a winner. Sho
was off Sing Sing at 4:15, having dono
the distance, a little less than thirty
miles, in Jh 17 m. Tho Mary Powell's
tune was in iMin.
Itussell Snjrc IjosiiiK" His Grip.
Sage lost altogether last year, it is
estimated, $8,000,000. He is still a
very wealthy man, but his losses have
mado him very cautious. Ho is, in
fact, so cautious that he is doing no
business nowadays to speak of. Ho
writes very few privileges, and now
that tye does not feel sure, will not en
tail loss. He takes no chances. He
ceased to bo a power in the "Street,"
and nobody who knows him believes
that ho will ever again acquiro any
thing like his old temerity. JIo is
thoroughly frightened. Tho prospect
of a loss, even a small ono is terronz
ing. Sago will probably degenerate
into what m tho "falreot is Known as
a "coupon clipper." Ho will buy
bonds bearing a sure rate of interest,
collecting tho interest when it falls duo.
Ho will not daro risk his money on the
rise and fall of values. Brooklyn Un
ion. Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty soon
to bo erected in New York, is nearly
105 feet in height from tho foot to tho
top of tho torch held in the right hand,
and including tho pedestal, 305.11 feet
above mean low water mark. Tho
lEast rivor bridge towers are each 278
feet high, so that tho torch of Liberty
is moro than twenty-soven feet above
'their top stones. Tho statue is of
copper sheets in a largo number of sec
fions beaten by tho renousso process
nto the desired form. Tho sheets aro
iheld in place by an ingenious and in
tricate system ' of iron trusswork.
Every scientific precaution haB been
taken to secure tho statue against the
forco ot tho wind and hold it immov
ably in place. It will bo attached to a
series of iron'stays embedded in the
masonry of tho pedestal and when
ionce in position it is thought it will
bo as firm as if it wero part of tho na
tivo rock on which it will stand. Elec
trie lights will make it a 6hining bea
con to be Been many miles away at
.night, while during tho day its stupen
dous size will command tho notice of
every one who enters tho beautiful
Tho "blanket" newspaper blieeta of
Chicago have boon surjMwwod by the
Nows of that city in the publication of
forty-four pngae, forty of thtm, how
ever, being devoted to the lint of delin
quent tax payors of Cook county, aim
goetivo of tho foot that all oi Cook
county is to b sold for taxes.
A .Mother's l'enrs.
E. W. C Vfo know that many chil
dren have died from the use of cough
mixtures containing morphia or opium.
But tho now remedy Bed Star Cough
Cure is entirely vegetable and harm
less, and eminent physicians testify aa
to its curative powers.
A LoTlne Lltllo Girl.
Alright little miss living on Eagle
street was riven a warm cookie by n
ceighbor. Though contrary to her
custom the mother allowed tho child to
eat it. Shortly the bttlo girl cx-
.claimed: "Mamma, let mo go up and
get another cookie; 1 know Mrs.
will givo me one." "No, dear, it will
liiako you sick." "Will 1 die and go
io heaven?" "Yes." "Well, Mrs.
(her Sunday school teacher) says
heaven is a beautiful place." "You
don't want to go to heaven and leave
papa and mamma, do you?" "Well,
mamma, you get a cookie, too, and
come with mo to heaven." Utiea Jlcr-
Apologizing Under Difllcultlcs.
A polito stranger in a railway sta
tion, said to an old gentleman who he
had accidentally kicked with his foot:
"I beg your pardon, sir."
"Eh," said tho deaf old gentleman.
"I beg your pardon, sir," repeated
tho polito stranger, now slightly em
barrassed. "I don't quito understand you," he
"I beg vour pardon, I kicked you."
"An accident," roared tho stranger.
"An accident! Bless mo! Where?''
How Sho Bcformcd Him.
"Does vour husband go to tho lodge,
"Well, ho just don't. I broko uu
that little gamo quito a while ago."
'Win', how in tho world did vou do
"Whenever ho started for the lodge,
I went with him as far as tho skating
rink, and told him to call for mo ou
his way home. It only took a few
doses to euro him." Chicago Ledger.
Wo learn with plcasurothatMr. Mark
Dean, recently a student in Elliott's
business college, has been appointed
cashier of a bank at Avoea, Neb.
First-class mutton in London and Canada
brings tho samo prico ns the same class ol
Some- fanners adhere, even against tin
full light of fact und discovery, to tho old
fashioned folly of coloring butter with car
rots, annatto, and inferior substances,
notwithstanding the splendid record made
by the improved liuttcr Color, prepared by
Wells, Kiclianlson it Co., Burlington, Vt.
At scores of tho best agricultural fairs it
has received tho highest award over all
Tho best card for tho doctor tho sick
CATAltltH OF Till! lU.ADDKK.
Btlnctne, lrrltucm, Inflammation, all Kidney nd
Urinary Complaints, cured by Uuctm-l'alba." II.
Tho best card for all human beings th
Mensman's Pkptomujd bbkf tonic, th only
preparation of beef containing lt kntirk nutritious
rxorxitTiKS. it contains blood-making force, gener
ating and llfe-sustainlnc properties; Invaluable for
Indirection, dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility: also. In all enfeebled con
ditions, whether the result of exhaustion, nervous
prostration, overwork or acute disease, particularly If
resulting from pulmonary complaints. Caswell, Haz
ard & Co., Proprietors, New York. Sold by druggists.
The sultan of Turkey sends to Paris for
his patent-leather boots.
"KOUUH ON CATAltKII."
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete enro
of worst chronic canes, also unequalcd as gargle
for Dlptttierla, Sore Throat, Foul llreatn. 50c
The best card for everybody to discard
the hate spot.
Ilalford Ssmcu. Try It on your beam. It Is
delicious. Sold everywhere.
Omaha Nebraska Fair.
When you come to the fair stop at tho
Methoi'Olitan Hotel. Regular rate.
Arrangements havo been mado for ac
commodating 1,000 peoplo per day
comfortably and cheaply. This same
houso took caro of moro peoplo last
year than any hotel in Omaha, and gavo
tho best of satisfaction, as thousands of
last year's visitors can testify. Remem
ber tho place, Metropolitan hotel, cor
ner of 12th and Douglas streets. Cars
from tho depot within ono block, and
all conveyances to tho fairgrounds start
from this house.
Thero aro 17,000 dentists in the United
"Whan Baby was sick, -wo gars her Castorla,
"When iho was a Child, sho cried for Caatorla,
When ah became Mlsa, aha clung to Castorla,
Tfhaa she had Children, she care them CastorU,
Tho Bank of North America was tho first
bank ot the United States.
Goethe used to cherish a live snake in his
favorito chimney corner.
THE IIOI'K OF THE NATION,
Children, slow In development, puny, scrawny and
delicate, use "Wells' lleaJta Jtenewer
The population of Great Britain ia about
"Hunt's Remedy ia valuable and its ben
efits are permanent. Cured mo of kidney
SULLIVAN FENNER, Providence, R. L
Hunt's Remedy cures Bneedily. bilious
headache, costiveness, dyspepsia, strength
ens llio stomach, and purities tho blood.
Is earned by carelessness In diet, high living, eating
too rajtdly, too rich food, overtaxing the stomach
with Indigestible food, 4c Constipation, headache,
heartburn, sour stomach, distress after eating, faint
neat, dizziness and caprjf loos appetite are some of
the many distressing symptoms. Hood's Banaparula
toner the stomach, and promotes healthy digestion,
thus curlt-g the most obstinate cases of dyspepsia."
I saSertd with dyspepsia many years, and de
spaired of ever being well. The medicines I used
old me no good, flood's Sarsapsrllla being recom
mended I tried It, and consider nifself enUrely well.
I cannot express myself strongly enough In favor of
Hood's SarsaparUla." ills. 8. U. Disua, UarUs
I had dyspepsia several years, and tried Hood's
earssparllla with Ibe very best results." 11 s. U. J,
ltTast, Indianapolis, Ind.
Bold by all druggists. Hi sir for 15, Prepared by
C. I. HOOD A CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
The Acme Inaiir.-iiiro Company! of
nioluca, llctlrvn ami Truiialcra It
l'ollclo to tint Mnto Iiimir
The roUremenk of th Aemo Insurance
Company, "I I'm Moliion, la announced, it
having reinsured 1U policies In ths State
Insuranco Company of Unit city. The Acme
was a voung, strong company, Dut Its busi
ness was unprofitable, and (or this r ens on
It retires. By the transfer ot Its policies
to so strong u company us the State, the
most ample socurlty Is assured, for this
company stands at the head of all others
In the West, as a sound and reliable insti
tution. It bus been doing business now
for twenty years. Its last annual report
shows assets, $8il0.7a8.45, with a surplus
of $452,007.00. Hon. Ira Cook, presi
dent of the retlrlnn company, In a circular
to the policy holders of the Acme, says:
"In selecting a company In which to rein
sure the policies of this company, wo have
chosen ono of the oldest, and wo believo
tlie soundest of the Iowa insurance coin
panics." The standing of the State Insur
ance Company, of Des Moines, fully justi
fies this statement. The Acmo oould not
have placed Its policies in a stronger or
better company, or ono that commands
moro generally the public confidence Geo.
II. Maish, president, and J. C. Cummins,
secretary, of the State Insurance Company,
havo large experience in tho business, and
aro financiers of acknowledged ability.
Under their ablo management, tho Stato
will continue its unprecedented career ot
HAVE YOU A DAUGHTER TO EDU
CATE? Eend for Catnloguo of Cnllminn Collcce,
Dks Moines, Iowa.
If thero ever was a specific for any ono com
plaint then Csrtor's Little Liver nils aro a
aprciuo lor sick iiennnuiie, unu evurj nuiunu
should know this. They aro not only a pos
itive cure, but a Btiro provntlvo If taken
when tho upprosch Is telt. Carter's Llttlo
Llvor l'llls act directly on tho liver and bllo,
and in this way romovo tho chuso of disease
without first making- you sick by a weakening
puruo. If you try them you will not bo dis
appointed. Tho number of bananas on a bunch aver
Far cuts from barbid wlreftncf, sere thoulderi,
kicks and open teres on animal), usi Stiwart't
Healing Powder, IS and 60 ctt. a box.
Bartholdi is expected to arrivo in Now
York some time in September.
FATI'IVT.SobtaiiiPtI lv Louis Hatrger k Co., At
torneys, Wnahlngtun.U.C. EstVUSIMAdvice free.
Thirty yenrs ago I'atti received only
$100 a we'ek for her singing.
To a criminal neg
lect of preventive
medication may be
ascribed n majority
of the ailments which
affect humanity. It
is ft weii-acenaineii
fact, that a course of
Hitters will put even
n naturally feeble
? system In such a state
r of defensothat Itwlll
be competent to ro
stst the most preva
lent causes of dis
ease, such ns tho ma
IIrii Influence of ml
lirat, damp, cold, fuel
dcu changes temp
Forssleby all Drug
gists and Dealers
This Is what Interests
you all. The cslebrated
Latago Collar, mado from
our 1.ATAUO Oil Tanned
Leather. Warranted not
can wash them when dirty
anil tner win Keen sou ana
Ask jour dealers fnrthem
Use them ana you win nave
LINCOLN TANNING CO.,
HAIHED MET AND ESTATES.
Nctt oi KJq ui Htlrt wfcnUd, wfc hT bro i4vr
Um1 for la all wU ef U, B. tati Frt in covitrl fr
n&j law fui iw ssstrsi, w trials luwi V4 whj (us a K.tin
rfj NUtot. Omr lUooral rKtmlii tf.GoQ iimu. Yr f .,! PN
ly uM ntjr M Isbodk UQa. ficstl far M iNtut
W. C. McCORD & CO., Pes Molnct, lowa fjj
R. U. AWARE
Lorillard'D Climax Plug
bearlni a rf ttn tf ; that laniard's
Item i.eiif fine cut that I)HIIarira
Harr Clltaplnsra, ad that IrllU d's Hunfla, are
th bst And heatst. quality eouai trM ?
ImalMii redetn tne worst cahns.ltiaurea comfort
5ahlealep; tffectacurpswheroa lhernfkiL 4
i mai eenvi nraj ifis man a em iro i. rncti t, r.siu
xi -a-a.riciiriicYiKTarir nvinaii. Min Ti q if ir icier.
LADY AGENTS VZSESX
emtiloyroeat nd rood aalarr
allinf Queen City hklrt sad
outfit rrro. iddreas Cincluuiu
Suspender Co., Cincinnati. O
If yon wlih
sf sess Education, go to lbs old rellab e Iowa
f City College. Eifd In 18S6. Beud f r Co'.
J'n'L Addr.ss, Com'l Oellece, Iowa City, la
a suuuu itui
fetfe h STOMACH P
Omaha Fair and Exposition Association,
FAIR HELD AT OMAHA, NEB., SEPTEMBER 41b TO lift, 1885
$0,500 OlTcrcA fur Hpcetl Trot line, I'iioIiikT, ICuniiinf;.
$lli,000 OfIereI for IIorhOH, Cattle,
Mliecp, IIon, I'oultry, Frultn tintl I'lotrcr.
(35.00 for tO enrs White Corn; $35.00 for 50 enrs Vollow Corn; $35.00 for CO ears
Calico or Mixed Corn Threo llalloon Abcensionsdurinir Fair. New and Wonderful Japaneso
daylight Fireworks, exhibited during three days of Fair. New Amphitheatre, Bpoed Stalls,
Fences, For Premium Usts or Information, address n
IA.Mi:i H. WIIi:i:i.i:it, Hecrctnry,
Jloom 1, CrclKhton Illoclt, Omaha, Neb.
be the Best and
ROB'T W. FURNAS,
Tree from Opiates, Mmetiea and Voltont.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
Far Cen a a, Soro Tarsal, Uoaneaeaa, Infloeaia,
Calda. Uranehltla, Croup. Whooplnr Cough,
Astama, Quinsy, I'alnala Cheat, .niou.r
ration, of tht Throat and Lunca.
Trice no cento a bottle. Sold by DrngKlsts and Deal
er. Parties unable to Induce their dtattr to promptly
get It for litm tclll recetre tiro bcttltt,i:iprin cAargf
pM, by ttndlnt; one dollar to
mi nuRLts i.vor.EttR conns r,
S.laOwa. riant ILauuctnr.ra,
Baltlia.r., SUrjIaat, U. B. A.
If you wish to be rellevod ot thoss Urrlble Slclc
Hoadaclieaond that miserable Sour Stom
ach It will, when taken according to direc
tions, cure any case or Sick Ilaatlnche
or Sour Stomach. It cleans the lining of
atouiacli and bowels, promotes healthy
action and swest seoretlon. It makes ,nire
blood and gives It freo flow, thus sending
nutriment to every part. It la the safest,
speediest and surest Vegetable llemedjr
ever invented for all diseases ot ths toniiacla
J. M. Moore, of Farmlngton. Mich., sapt My
nuurliis from Sick Ilea dnclin and Sour
Stomncli was terrible. Ouo bottle ot Hoju
and Malt Hitters cured me.
Do not est Hona and JTInlt Hitters con
founded with Interior preparations of similar
name. For sale by all druirgiits.
HOPS & UALTJITTERSJM ethoit, Mich.
We Wnnt 0,000 More DooK Agents to Bell
Tho Porsonal History of
Tb s)k smbrMialka OaairtVi titlr titltlirr, dftl MrvtM, tsW
CrlitU isfMr, ad It tt hm sdtUm rlUt klttrj f lm
nt A lr kaa 4e sot) sxtat luva, UMrlj llluttMtl
wait tit (tta rf OrattJ Attn j Pest tad t t?ff UviiMp, Ba
Cr TusI partiouUrt A blEClALTCRMH TO AQCNTn, tr kuj
t fcf ndlBf teen fer tut It. rMtHe ihli afr.1 Aalrtia,
A.lIliltlCAN lMlUMSIllNCJ CO., HnrtrorJ
ilostou, Clilcuao, C'lnclniinil, or bt. l.oula.
University of Notre Dame,
The F.lKhty-Thlrd Session will open Tuesday, Sept.
tth. Full courses In
Classics, Law, Sciences, Mathematics,
A thorourh rOMMIJHCIAI, COUltSR Is one oC the
distinguishing features of tho Institution
Special advantages are offered to students of the
TIIK MINIM DEI'AItTMKNT,
for boys under 1.1, Is unliuo In drslun and In the com
pleteness of Its equipments. Catalogues, clUng full
particulars, will be sent free, by addressing
Kkt. T. K. WALSH, ('. Si C, rnKnii.EJfT,
Notiik Daux, Indiana.
Including IMII.H DKSKJNS. with elevations,
plans, details, specifications, bills of materials, and
estimates of coat. 12 largo ilill plates, of practical
designs, costing from '' to :!,((. paper blndlm;,
mailed to nny Uildrrss on receipt of II.U).
WJI. T. COMSIOCK, 1'uIj. 0 Astor PI. N. V.
Moriililnn Ilulilt Cured In 10
to MOiIuyn. Noimy till Cured.
Dr. J. bTJcriiENs, Lchanou, Ohio.
r-- r a n( Its ( .urn here and earn irnod
CLtunttrtll. n. situations furnlslicd.
Valentine Ilros., Janesvllle, Wis.
-Largest ever Held,
WHKKK TO TltAUK
JSiair W,S T1 tlSHI 11
CQMrfTIOCIAL NATIONAL BAtK.
Eisa Miu-Aan. rrest. A. r. Horsuxi. Cu'r
II. KotNTii, lrest. F. II. Datis, Cash.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Southwest Corner Thirteenth nnd Fnrnam.
C. W. lliutLTorr. I'rest. XI. T. IIaklow, Casr.
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK,
Southwest I) or. l'-Jth mill Farnam Btroets.
Fi Mvnritr. Trest. ltax. H. Wood. Cash.
CAPITAL AND SUItl'I.US 82.10,000.
THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK.
NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANK,
THE IRON HANK.
II. IT. Yatss, I'rest. A. 1'.. Tour aum, Vlce-rresU
Corner 13th nnd l'aruum Streets.
MAX MKYF.U A CO.,
Jobbers ol Cigars, Tobaccos, Guns and
1020 to 1034 Fnrnnm St., Onmlm.
OMAHA COAL AND 1'llOUUCK CO.
Wholesale Dealers In Hard and Soil Coal,
And Exclusive Dealers lo Houlder, Colorado, Coal
817 S. Fourteenth St., Omahn.
VISIT THi: OllKAT
Omaha 99 Cent Department Store.
The Largest Variety Store In tho West
1S!00 l rniu Street.
Fine Millinery and Fancy Goods.
1414 DoiiRlna Street, OiniUin, Neb.
KDllOI.M 5: lCHlCKSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELERS.
16th nnd Dodge Streets, Opp. l'asloaice.
11KCTOU. VVII.HKI.MY A CO.,
Western Aernts for Austen Powder, .lefferson Steel.
alls, Fslrbsnk's htaiulard Scale,.
Corner loth anil lluriiey St., Ontulia.
CI.AUKK IIKOS. ,t CO.,
Omaha Codec and Spico Mills, Imporlors of
leas, tottccs and bpiccs, htc-
1414 & 1410 iiitiiitijr Hi., OnitUtn.
TAILOR AND MEN'S FURNISHER.
1311 Fnrnnm Street.
SUllltOl l.K .V COMIAI),
Druggists and Chemists, Specialty of Pro
2118. 10th, ldoorN. lt,i) it's Opern House.
DEWKY & Sl'ONK,
1115 nnd 1117 F.irunin Strost.
AMES' REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
1007 Fnrnnm St., Oinnhii, Neb.
Cull And Sno V.
T. S. OllIUOK CO.,
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES.
Cor. 10th nnd Cnpltol Ave.
NK1I11ASKA FUKI. CO.,
Wholosalo and Retail Hard and Soft Coal
S10 South Thirteenth .Street.
WKl.TV Ji I.AMIKOCK,
Saddles, Harness and Wholcsalo Saddlery
1413 Fitrniim Street.
MILTON 110UUKS& SOS,
Stovos, Ranges, Furnaces Mantels, Grates and
1331 nnd 1333 Fnrnnm Street.
Fino Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
1313 Frtriiimi Street, Onitihn.
A. 1'. SCIIACK,
Wholesale Commission Merchant, Fruits,
occus ana proauco.
No. 313 S. Twelfth Street Omnlin.
GHKAT W1JST1JKN FUll COMl'ANT.
RICHTER, THE FURIER.
1333 Fnrnnm Street, Omnlin.
Importer and Manufacturer of
Ladles' Fine Suits, Cloaks and Mantles.
Opp. I'nxton, 1-108 Furunui Street.
Wholcsalo and Retail Dcalor in Agricultural,
Forest and Flower Seods.
141 li mill Holler sta.
JtJWINO Si CO.,
Hydraulic and Mechanical Engines, Steam
Pumps, Engines and Boilers.
14th nun llmliiii Nik,, Onmlin.
A. J. SIMl'SO.V,
Carriago Manufacturer, Good Second-Hand
Buggies and Phaetons (or Salo.
14011 & 1411 I ...isr.. S ., Oinuhll.
1 A. otli.tAltr Si CO.,
Manufacturers and Jobbers.
FINE ENGINE AND CYLINDER OILS.
1017 Jonrs St., Omuliit.
Mortsases snd Loans Negotiated, Investment
ecurltles, Corwroiidciii o Hollcltcd.
1IOUST A ItlDDKI.I.,
General Commission Merchants, Butler, Eggs,
Foreign and Domestic Choose.
112 ti, 14th St.
COOTANT Si KUUIHF.S,
Wholesale Dealers and Shippers In Hard and
Soil Coal, Best Varieties.
ai3 H 13th Stro.t.
t. V, OOOKMAN,
Wholesale Druggist and Jobber In Paints, Oils
and Window Glass.
I'Mruuui NlrtBt, Ouiuha.
AVINI'OIIT, I O V A ,
Ks V"1W'". ,
advantagi il a LliiliV
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WIII'.N VISITING THE . mmr&'
TWO VANKKK Oni'lIANS,
Andrews Bros., Clothiers and Tailors.
1113 Farnnvi Street, Omnlia.
I. OllhUr'KI.DKK S: CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of Millinery antf
1213 nnd l'ilrt Ilnrnry Street, Omaha,.
L. 11. W1I.1.IAJ1S .V bOX,
Dry Goods, Carpets, Boots and Shoes.
Corner Fifteenth nnd IodR Sta.
tlKFF XV llKDFOKI),
COAL, COKE, LIME AND STONE.
Office, 313 S. 14th St., Omahn. Ynrds, Oth
n ml Dnvvnpoit Sta.
It. J. SAXK,
.rj)ern House, 1430 Fnrnnm Street.
MAX MKVF.U & llltO.,
Manufacturing Jewelers, Dealers In Pianos and
Cor. 11th & Fnrnnm Sta,, Omaha.
S. I'. MOHSK CO.,
1315 and 1317 Farnam Strccet, Omaha,
Have houirht anil lire nelllnc the cela
lirut eil Slult li atiirlt of itrr irooils lit llftr
cents on the dollar.
W1UTN1JV & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Brokers, Produce,
Provisions, Fruits, Etc.
1404 Ooilce Street.
JIHYKlt & KAAl'Ki:,
Wholosalo Fancy Grocers, Teas, Spices, Cigars
1317 nnd 1310 Dimglna St., Omahn.
KU1IOLM & intlCKSON,
Wholcsalo and Retail Music Dealers.
Stato A(?ents Stclnway and Webster Flano.
lfith nnd OoiIko Streets, Opp. l'ostiifllco.
WILSON Jt I,AUIi)N,
AVholcsalo Dealers In
TEAS, GROUND SPICES AND CIGARS.
14 10 mill 14.18 lliiruej'Nt., Oiunha.
II. T. CLARKE DRUG COMPANY.
Wholosalo Druggists, Jobbers of Paints, Oils,
Window Glass, Etc.
1 114 llnrm-y St., Oiuntiu, Neb.
t.j. iii:aui into.,
Wholcsalo Wall Paper and Window Shades.
SumpIcK Sent ou Appllcutiou.
1410 IIuiikIiis bireet.
AI.I.K.V I1K03 ,
1110 nnd 1113 IloiiRlna St., Omnhn.
l'AxroN, OAi,i..vum:it & co
Wholesalo Groceries and Provisions.
Nor. 70S, 707, 701) 711, S. 10th St., Omaha.
1CKKN, S1K.MSSKN Jt CO.,
Wholcsalo Fish Dealers and Importers of
Oil nnd 013 Tiina t-irel mid U. 1. Track.
WIDKMAN A CO.,
Produco Commission Merchants, Poultry, But
ter, Game, Fruits, Etc.
330 S. 14iti Stieel, Omiatin.
I. 1. I.A11SON & CO.,
Wholosalo Dealers in Whiskies and Cigars,
And Uoucral Agents for the l'liilln llrsta' Celebrates.
Milwaukee Deer, Omal
Commmission Merchants, Fruits, Produco an!
Fnrnnm St , Omnlin, Nab.
A. I.. STIIANO COJIFANr,
Pumps, Pipe, Englnos, Steam, Water, Rail
way and Milling Supplies, Etc.
030, Os3, 034 Fiirnmn St., Omnhn, Neb.
w. J. imoATGtr,
Heavy Hardware, Iron, Stool, Springs, Wagoi
Stock, Hardwood Lumber, Elc.
1300 linn 1311 llnrney St., Omaha.
15. 11. CIIAI'MA? Ji CO.,
Wholcsalo Fancy Grocers, Cigars, Tobacco,
and Smokers Articles.
1317 Howard Strenl, Omnhn.
Wholesalo Grocers, Solo Agents for Vand Flor
Do Valoncla Cigar.
1210 to 1223 Hnrm-y Street.
1000 DoiicIiib H rent, Omnhn.
N. II. FAI.CONUIt,
Importer, Jobber, and Retailer ol Dry Goods,
Notions, Black and Colored Silks, Etc.
ISlh nnd Douglas Sis.
Artists' Materials, Pianos and Organs.
1S13 DoiirIss St., Oinuhll.
GKATTON Jt DUUMMONl),
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CARRIAGES.
1313 & 1317 llnrney St.
MHUUF.I.I. S: HOSKNZWFIO,
Wall Paper, Shades, Art Glass, Do a General
House and Sign Painting Business.
1315 Doiicliisj St.
jos. gauni:au ckackku co.,
Manufacturers of Fine Crackers and Bread.
II re ad Bhlpped to all Farts of tho State. Write far
Builders' Hardware, Mochanlcs' Tools an
1403 Douclua St., Omabn,
The Literary Revolution, Marvols of Cheapnest
Send for Catalogue lo Wheeler Ilros., AicDta.
IQUa Douglua St., Omaha.
lfaruaui, list, 1 litis ami 13th, Oiualitv.
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