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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1886)
Tho Prohibition Question.
"Tho prohibition crazo promises to
he the .teat issue of tho immediate fu
ture. The south is rapidly becoming
solid for prohibition. It seems that a
red noso is to a prohibitionist what a
red rajj is to a bull," saidGilhooiy, who
is a partial inebriate.
"Well, what arc you going to do about
it?" asked Kosciusko Murphy, who is a
"I never cross a river before I cot
to it," was tho reply. "If it cornea
to tho worst I expect 1 can buy a demi
john." "1 believe in prohibition. I think it's
a good thing for the country."
"It's a good thing if it is not car
ried too tar. The trouble with you
Prohibitionists is that you waut tho
"Oli, no wc don't.
"Well, you want water, and that's
two-thirds of the earth. Don't you
know that water is not fit to drink?
There is only ono man mentioned in
the Bible as wanting water, and he only
wanted a few drops of it. Don't you
know that drops of water falling con
tinuously on a two-inch plank will wear
a hole through it in thirty-livo years?"
"What moral do you draw from
"1 don't sec any sense in drinking
beer or whisky when such nice drinks
as soda water and ice water cau be pur
chased for a trillc."
".My dear sir, don't you read almost
every day of soda water fountains ex
ploding and killing people? How
often do you read of harvest hands and
laboring men dropping dead from drink
ing ice water. You never heard of a
man dying while quietly sucking a
mint julip through a straw, did you?"
"I don't care to discuss the question
in that vein."
"I suppose you would not lako a
drink of whisky to cure a snake bite."
"You can never talk about whisky
without thinking of snakes, but then
there is nothing strange about that. 1
expect you have got a directory of the
saloons of your city pasted in your hat.
You have no occasion to bo guzzling
whisky. You are not a member of Con
gress, but you will bo sooner or later."
"Great Scott! If drinking a little
whisky now and then is going to land
mo in Congress, 1 guess it's not too
early for me swear olt right now. Givo
mo your hand. Not a drop of the ac
cursed stuff shall ever touch my lips.
When 1 think of landing in Congress
it makes mo shudder." Texaf Sitings.
Rules for Killing.
Never try to mount a horse when he
is running, nor while ho is rearing on his
land legs. You mount and then agaiu
If tiio road bo muddy, and you have
occasion to pass any pedestrians, be
sure and spur your horse to full speed.
It is such fun to sec tho mud lly, and
you will bo sure to attract attention to
Never slack up any when children
or old persons are crossing the road
in advance of you. Tho r'ght of
way is always ill favor of the eques
trian, and they might as well learn it
iirst as last.
If you arc rid'ng your own horse and
lie bo valuable, you will of course bo
careful of him no rules are necessary
in such a case. Hut if it be a borrowed
horse don't spam him. A man who will
lend a horse deserves to be taught a les
Pass "everything on tho road, un
less you be an editor, in which case,
of course, you will let everything
pass you, from a railroad to a dimo
Cross country riding is very exhilar
ating, though soinowhat dangerous
when you make tho country too cross
winch you arc likely to do when you
ride through growing crops and garden
sass. Hide with a short stirrup at such
times, as a long stir up of that sort
might land you in jail or in tho coro
ner's oilieo. Texas Siftinys.
His First Experience.
Tho widow of Gen. Miratnou has
published tho memoirs of hor husband,
who, it will bo remembered, was ex
ecuted with tho Emperor Maximilian
and Gen. Moxki. It appears that evon
in their last moments tho doomed men
were cheerful, and even humorous.
When Maxitn.llian loft his cell, he
rojo ced that tho weather was so favor
able, and reniarkod that it was as line
as if it had been specially ordered for
the occason. Suddenly tho solemn
tolling of a bell was hoard.
"1 suppose that is intended for our
deatli knoll," remarked Maximillian,
turning to Gen. Miramon.
"1 am unable to givo your majesty
any information on the subject," re"
plied Goii. Miramon, "as this is my
lirst experioneo in being executed."
A Happy Ending.
Bobby came into tho house sobbing
and told his mother that Tommy Wliito
had kicked him.
"Well, Tommy Wliito is a very bad
boy," said Hobby's mothor, giving him
a large piece of cake. "You didn't
kick hint back, did you!"
"No," replied Hobby, between bites,
"I kicked him iirst." New York Sun.
She Made Him Kiss tho Hook.
"Do you," said Bessie t'other day,
"Iu earnest, love me as you say;
Or are those tender words applied
Alike to twenty girls beside I"
"Dear, cruel girl," cried I, "forbear,
For by those eyes, thoso lip?, I swear!"
Sha ttopped mo u the oatli I took,
And criod, ' you've sworu-now kiss tho kook. "
St. LouU Chronicle.
Head of tho houso "Where's the
pitcher of boor?"
Hoy "Ma's clothos got op firo and I
grabbed up tho beor and throw it on
her to put out tho flamos."
Head of tho houso "I want you to
understand that beer costs monov.
Any body 'd think you was born with a
yold spoon in yonr mouth. " 2Vtf-li us.
A New York correspondent writes to iru
Indian irvlii Journal as follows: William O.
McDowell, whoe jclectlon by Mr. rowderly as
hit assistant iu tlic settlement of tlic south
western utrikes. aud who now again conies to
the front tc serve lu a similar capacity la the
ttrcet-c.ir matters lu this city, Isau Interesting
man. lie has a penchant for big: enterprises,
rivaling in ambition that of Col. Sellers, lie
Is at present a manufacturer, and largely In
terested In the Sea-beach railway, a corpora
tion that started iu a few years ago to break
the combinations of high-fare Hues to Coney
Island, went to pieces Itself Instead, was re
organized after the usual fashion, and Is now
doing well. Until his present appearance as
a laboring man, McDowell has been little
beard of since the time, seven or eight years
ago, when he was captain and all hands of an
association that was to make New Jersey the
biggest state In the union, and pile up manu
factories three feet deep all along Its water
front The only result of the existence of the
association was'an excutston which McDowell
gave. It started In a natty little steamer,
went up the Hudson to Weehawken and down
the Jersey chore to Ellzabethport, stopping at
every spot where there was any big factory to
Inspect. An elaborate luncheon, and barrels
of Isew Jersey native wine on tap free, were
features of the trip. Even then, however,
McDowell was In conflict with the monopolists
of the railroads, for a funny incident occurred
at the Pennsylvania railroad docks In Jersey
City. The Invitation announced as one of the
attractions of the trip a vlalt to the Pennsyl
vania's Immense freight warehouses. When
the boat drew up at the wharf McDowell, lead
ing the party off, was met by Supt. F. Wolcott
Jackson, of the railroad, who had read of the
excursion In the papers, and came down to
see "who In thunder was going to Inspect this
Institution without permission." He ordered
the steamer away from the dock at once. Mr.
McDowell protested that no disrespect to Mr.
Jacksou's authority was intended. Both par
ties waxed Indignant, and the excursionist
lay back and laughed at a very merry war.
Finally both men cooled off, and Mr. Jackson
not only Invited the excursion ashore, but him
self piloted it through the freight-houses aud
accompanied It to the next stopping place.
From a Tory Standpoint,
now very good it Is of these American gen
tlemen to take so much trouble about our lu
slgnitlcant affairs. Hera Is Hev. Henry Ward
Beccher, who Is over here on a professional
tour, giving his opinion on the Irish question.
Mr. Beccher agrees with Cardinal Manning in
believing that the Protestants havo "nothing
to fear" from the Catholics In Irelauu. He
shows how eminently qualified ho Is to enter
on the question by pointing out that the
Catholics will be less d.mgerous to liberty ''In
a ktate of freedom than If deprived of legiti
mate political power." Probably Mr. Heecher
does not really believe that tho Catholics arc
not in a state of freedom at the present time,
but there are a good many Irish In Brooklyn.
Au American revivalist preacher can hardly
get on, in the pulpit or out of it, without a
little profanity; so that wc are not surprised
to find Mr. Beccher bringing In the name of
the Muster he Is supposed to serve iu connec
tion with Mr. Gladstone and the torles. Kenl
ly we are Inclined to believe that the causo of
disruption Is not being helped by Its advocates.
The English elector must have chauged a
good deal If he stand being dictated to by
either Koman Catholic cardinals or Yaukco
tub-thumpers. Nor will the news that Mr.
Henry Georire and Grand Master Powderlr,
of the Knights of;i,abor, havo been demon
strating or helping to demonstrate for homa
rule In New l'ork put him In anv better tem
per. "Great Britain for the lirirish" li a
leasonaulc demand. St. James' t Gazette,
Whoro tlio .11 n n In.
An exebango asks: "Why do men seek
wives?" Perhaps it is because a suspender
button bus lost its grip, and bo doesn't'
know how to rupuir tho damage. When a
wife seeks the mini ho is generally in some
beer saloon spending tho money that ought
I to support tho family. Norristown
1 , T , 1
A liOii-l-Ileiulcil HnMon Inn.
A Hostonian lini an honorablo family
relic that a snob would bury in thu wilder
ness. Tho gentleman in question is Mr. It.
M. Miithowson, who has recently coiuointo
possession, through the death of his grand
father, of a unique nnd valuable medal
which was conferred upon an ancestor who
lived in Ithodo Island for making tho best
cheese. The medal was awarded at a na
tional fair hold in Philadelphia in 1700.
The medal is about two inches in diametor
and as thick ns a $20 gold piece. It bears
this inscription: "Conferred upon Joseph
Mathewson for making cheese equal to the
I2DUO.VTIS YOUIt SONS.
Endow them with a legacy that cannot
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u.vivnitsin;or kothu iumb,
an institution now in its forty-third year,
aud unsurpassed for its advantages to im
part to your sons and wards a thorough
and finished education, either in a thorough
commercial (business) course, which is n,
distinguishing featuro of Notre Danio uni
versity, or in a full course, which comprises
classics, law, science, mathematics and
Special advantages arooffcred to students
of tho Law Di:paiit.mi:.t.
T1IK MINIM DW'ARTMIIKT,
ft neparato institution (St. Edward's hall)
for boys under 12 years of ago, who are
sisTEns op tub noi,v cross,
under whose maternal caro they puss
nearly the entiro day in receiving 'instruc
tion in all the elementary branches of an
English education togotlier with u funda
mental knowledge of Latin, French, Gor
man, vocal music, violin, piano and draw
lug, preparatory to enter either tho junior
or senior classes of the university.
Hoard, washing, mending, tuition nnd
entrance fee for session of livo mouths in
Minim department, $130.
The eighty-fifth session will open on Tues
day. September 7, 18S(i.
Uo'oro concluding where to plnco yoursnn
or ward send tor a catalogue, which will bo
sent free, giving you full information of tho
University ol Notre Dame. Address,
Rev. T. E. Walsh, f. S. C,
Notro Damo, Iud.
Eight members of congress have died dur
ing the present administration.
Reduced front $1.50 to 75e per year,
Weekly State Journal and Lincoln Month
ly. Best news and educational papers in
Nebraska. Send money at once to Lin
cola business college, Lincoln, Neb.
Ram Jones says he has not "chawed"
tobacco since he loft Chicago.
If Vour Digestion In I'oor, Improve It
by using CutTEu's Littlk Nkuvu Pills. 25
Wayne county, New 1'ork, reports a largo
Don't fail to see the Battlk op Getty
liu ho when you visit Out -lin. Special rates
to excursion parties. D. II. Wheeler, Jr, Sec'y
Baker Knbok. of Chicago, has committed
suicide becuusohis workmen boycotted him.
Iron fortlio Itlood, Sleep for the Nerve,
strength for the body, by using Cahteh's
Four hundred foreign-born women keep
saloons in New York City.
To keep a promise don't give it.
Itctnrn oi Fortune's Favorite.
,T. M. Ilickctts, Esq., orOestcil llutte, lins
returned from several voekn' visit ninoni;
relatives mid friend cunt ami the enjoy
ments of plcnsnrcH nnil luxuries tlicro to bo
hnd which the srniitf fortune lie drew in The
Loimlumi State Lottery nt it drnwinjj
June 15th enabled him to do. It is Hide to
any that niter liuviim, in western pnrltuice,
"lived so Inns upon expectations nntl rab
bit tracks" in these nlUtiidiiious mountain
regions, "Jim,"iiH he ii familiarly railed by
bis intimates, thoroughly yet reasonably
partook ot tlifiplcasures mill luxuries aforo
said, first collecting the StfO.OOO. which, by
the way, was promptlv paid by that cor
poration, whose record for square dealing,
always unquestioned, can now be verified
here. The collection was inadoby tho First
National Hank of Denver, through which
Mr. Kickotts sent tho ticket (No. 18,145)
in duo time as quick ns the returns could
be made receiving the coveted gold.
When the announcement that Mr Hickctts
line! drawn two-tenths ot the capital prizo
of $150,000 in Tho Louisiana State- Lot
tery was received by him, ho was, as our
readers know, very skcptirnl and evon
wagered $500 each with bis friends, Avery
nnd Gray, that he would not get the
Tho Uevlow-Prcss gave a full report of
"Jim's luck" at the time, nnd now that ho
lins returned homo with well lined pockets
nnd subscribed for Gunnison's daily wo
ngnin tender our congratulations and wish
hint long life to enjoy bis prosperity. Tito
investment was, lie tells us, liiudo with
great hesitation, it not being his habit to
purchase shines in lottery schemes of any
Mr. nickelts is a young man, nn attorney
at Crested Huttc, and until this turn of
fortune's wheel did not have any overplus
ol this world's goods. Wo understand Hint
with n portion ot the fortune won ho will
seek still another and largor. by investing
in the lottery called "Mining" the develop
ment of some of the mineral claims he is in
terested iu in this county. May success at
tend him. - Gunnison (Col.) Heview Press,
"Off with bis head. So much forCutMuR
hfttn," cry the Mexicans.
Geo. Roth lins unaided worked his
wny through Elliott's Husiness College,
nntl is now book-keeper for Pilger
Bros., wholesalo grocers of Burling
Tlic cotton crop of western India is ex
pected to bo tho largest over recorded.
Wkev ccttliisyoiir hoot or shoe straightened, uio
Lyon's Ucel Stlllcncrs-, tlicy keep tlicni slratsht.
Gov. Forakcr announces hinibelt for Sher
man for president.
Carter's Littlo Liver Pills mny well bo
termed "Perfection." Their gentle action
and good cflect on the system, really maka
them a perfect little pill. They plenso thoso
who use them.
"All things comu to him who wnits."
Itcllcf 1 limnnllati, ntul a euro sure. IMso's
r.eiiicily for Catarrh. W cents.
Sunstrokes are an unknown quantity in
The color produced by Buckingham's Dyo
for tho Whiskers, is permanent mid natural.
To promote digestion, to keep tho body
healthy and thu mind clear, tuko Aycr's
Princess Victoria of (icriniiny is an ugly
prl; blonde, with a sarcastic sniilo.
Graduates of tho Iowa City Commercial
College aro holding good posit ions all over
this country. Students travel several bun
Hrod miles to attend that school.
It is snid tliat Boston's tax rate will bo
$111.05 on $1,000 this year.
Sakk, permanent, nnd complete aro the
cures of bilious nnd intermittent diseasci,
made by Prickly Ash Hitters. Dyspepsia,
iMteral debility, habitual constipation,
liver and kidney complaints are speedily
eradicated from the system. It disinfects,
cleanses and eliminates all malaria. Health
and vigor are obtained more rapidly and
permnuently by ho use of this great
natural antidote than by any other
remedy heretofore known. As a blood
pniiflcr and tonic it brings health, re
nened energy and vitality to a worn and
Miss Cleveland will not go to Chicago,
but will do horeditorlal work at longrange.
"PmtiiY Davis' Pain-Killkr is nn excel
lent regulator of the H'oinnch and bowels,
and should always bo kept on hand, espe
cially at this season of tho year, when bo
many suffer from bowel complaints. There
is nothing so quick to relievo in attacks of
Major Ben Perley Pooro weighs 300
pounds and enjoys a good dinner.
Tho Omaha Typ- foundry can furnish
new newspaper outfits on short notice.
Prices t-nmo ns iu Chicago and freight
alrendy paid to Omaha.
distress After Eating
Is one of tlic many dt agreeable symptoms of d)
sepsla. Ilcadnc'.c, heartburn, sour stomach, faint
nees nnd caprirloi.s appetite are alio caused by this
rery widespread and urowlns disease. Hood's Bar
laparllla tones the ttumaih, creates an appetite, pro
mo' es hcalthydfijestlon. relieves tlio headache, and
cures the most obstinate cases of dyspepsia. Head
"I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but
little ap.-ctlte. and what I did eat dUlrrsied mo, or
did mo Utile good. In an hour after tatlns I would
experience a fulntness or tired, all-gone feellae, as
thoudi I had not eaten anything. Hood's Sarsapa
rllladldino an Immcnso amount of good. It cava
mo an appetite, aud my fold relished and satisfied
the craving I hud previously experienced. It re
lieved me of thai faint, tired, all gaae feeling. I
have felt so much better sluco I took Ifod's Ear
apaillla that I am happy to recommend It." O. X.
Vaok, Wattr.own, Mais.
K. IJ. Ucsure to getonly
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ky ('- I. 11001) ii CO., Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Races, September 6th to nth Purses,
Premiums for Stock and Products,
For Dest 50 Ears of Corn, :
INTER STATE EXPOSITION !
TO UK HELD IN CITY OF
OMAHA, SEPTEMBER 4th TO 13th.
For l'remliiru LUt or Itiruriiinllon, Addrenoi
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(ffimadcfi Offiudpnafd C($&fcae.
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tuiiL'hi by U-iirrlencedisnd I'ramllcrfl Trisrlmra, Um
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sary Medical Association, (!0H Main St.,
General Harney, ot the United States
army, is the oldest man on the register.
'CoiiHii nipt Ion Cured"
would be a truthful name to gi o to Dr.
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery," tho
most efficacious medicine yet discovered
for nrresting the early development ol pub
inonnry disease. But- "consumption cure"
would not sullli'iently Indicate the scope of
its influence and usefulness. In all tho
many diseases which spring from n derange
ment ol tho liver nnd blood the "Discov
ery" is a safe aud sure specific. 01 alt drug
gists. No man was ever so mean that ho could
not givo advice.
How often is the light of tho household
clouded by signs of melancholy or irritabil
ity on the part of tlio ladies. Yet they aro
not to be blunicd, for they are tho result of
ailments peculiar to that sex, which men
know not-of. But tho causo may bo re
moved nnd joy restored by the use of Dr.
Pierce's "Favorite Prescription," which, ns
a tonic and nervine for debilitated women,
is certain, safe and pleasant. It is beyond
all compare the great healer of women.
An illicit distillery has been discovered iu
tlio county jail nt Atlanta.
The Omaha Typi foundry can furnish
new nenspaper oulllts on short notice.
Prices same as in Chicago and freight
already paid to Omaha.
or iwnKftnvsv :
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Tlio best and surest Remedy for Cnro of
nil diseases caused by any derangement of
tho Liver, Kidneys, Stomach nnd Bowels.
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation,
Illlious Complaints nnd 31 alal ia of all kinds
yield readily to tho beneficent lufluence of
It Is pleasant to tho taste, tones np the
system, restores and preserves health.
It Is purely Vegetable, nnd cannot fait to
prove beneficial, both to old nnd young.
As ft Blood TurlHcr it Is superior to all
others. Sold everywhere nt $1.00 a bottle.
I'lt i'IiIhIkmI on Nlioi-t IVoficc D'roui
Oiuuliu. tit Cliietio I'rlcuN.
HEW OR SECOND-HAND GOODS
OMAHA TYPE FOUNDRY,
Omaha, Neb., 12th and Howard.
riso's TCstnsdy for Catarrh Is the
utsi, jLaaitai to use, nun uiwipcaw
Alio rood for Cold In tho Hurt,
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: ; $10,000,
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FIRST NATIONAL HANK.
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Wholosalo Paints, Oils and Window Glass.
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1000 nnd JOOBKarnim fit,, Omnhn.
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Wator Works, Engineers', Boilers, Steam
Pumps, Steam Moating, Milling Ma
chinery and Hydraulic Elevators.
COLLINS, UOKDON & KAY,
Wholosalo Firoarms, Ammunition, Fireworks,
llaie Unit anil flrneral Pportlns O iniU. Illcyclei,
Ti-nls mid ilanimuclfs, Omalia, Neb.
ii. ji. JiAitiioi'r,
WHOLESALE - TflUNK MANUFACTURER.
SlUIuril Hotel lllork, Omnliit.
T1III utJOO.1I.VN DllUU CO.,
"W" & o 1 a m m 1 o I r u c c 1 h t m r
Ami Dealers In Taints, Oils anil Window Glass Omi
WIKOKMAN St CO.,
General Commission Merchants and Jobbers
of Green Fruits, Provisions and Oysters.
230 South Mill Nt., Omithn.
OH A II A COAL ANI1 l'UODUCK CO.
Wholesale Doalors in Hard and Soil Coal,
Aud Exclusive Dealers u Itouldcr (0)loraila)Coal.
yi7H. fourteenth St., Omnbn.
II -afnpsi aid Kasal Tatarrli
lie nnanriitiv rnn.ii m..ji.
E..MHBIJ nttedfor all forms of defec.
''... NOSE & THROAT
Inserted. Address Dr. IMI'KV, Omaha. Keh,
Rure rAllef mmnui
L'innco'o nnoTii ro rricaascu.naiuafl.
nlUULIlornO I ILLCQ.bmaU. HUiwrllACo.
..uM .MM ' I rl ...
JIA.WKH. llmcuport, luwn.
A p'Httlr eur-i. Ko Katra.
Voriaaier. No I'ala. W O.
RIO PAY For Aitentsererxwlier. Omaha
c,'- I HrXUlaLTV Co. HM South 11th
Iraet, Ousha, He'J.
TITO YANKKK OHI'IIANS,
ANDREWS BROS., CLOTHIERS and TAILORS
1113 Farnnni Street, Omnhn.
FINE AKT AND MUSIC,
1513 DoiiRlna Street, I
a. A. I.lNDUUKSf & CO.,
1VI Jil XX C3 II-TN. IV 1' TAILOHB.
lvtOU I'ntnuin Strrel,
O.UAIIA, I i I NKI1HASKA.
FKKDEHllKS' (JltKAT HAT ST0J1E.
ONLY I.ICADINO IIATTbll.
Asent Cclebratsd Dt'XLAP HATS.
1.1th Street, t t enr I'oattifllce.
8. 1. MO Its K A CO.,
WniOLKSALK AXD RETAIL
Dry Goods, Clanks, Suits nntl Carpets.
1313, 131A & 1317 FAtiinnt S'., Omaha.
It. J. saxi;,
Opern House, i t Fnrnam Street.
fll.lX JIKVKK St ItllO.,
Manufacturing Jewelers, Dealers in Pianos
Cor. lltlt nnd Fiirnnni Sid , Omalia.
TAILOR AND MEN'S FUKN'ISIIER.
1311 Vitrnnm Street.
MILTON KOOKIH & fOSfS,
Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Mantels, Grates,
Tiles, and Houso Furnishing Goods.
13'-H unit 133 l'.ininm 8t.
AMES' REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ifi07 Varnam St., Omaha, Neb,
Fitrni I.uiini, Cull nnil Sea Us.
THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER.
1720 St. Mnrj's Ave., Omaha.
A. .1. SIMI'SON,
Carriago Manufacturer. Good Second-Hand
Buggies and Phaetons for Sale.
1400 & 1111 D.hIko St., Omnhn.
Commission Merchants, Fruits, Produco and
Fnrnnm St., Omnhn, Neb.
IIIMKIIAUQII ib TAYL.UK,
Builders' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools and
140ff DouKlna St., Omnhn.
N. 11. FAI.CON1SK,
Importer, Jobber, and Rotailor ol Dry Goods,
Notions, Black and Colored Silks, Etc.
15 h unit Ooiiglin St.
U. S. WIND ENGINE AND PUMP CO.
HaUaday Wind Mills, Steam and Water Sup
plies, Plumbing Goods, Jlelting, Hose.
018 li ml 020 Fnrtittm St., ; Omulm. Neb.
H. K. F1-: I.TOS. M.wncr.
1. I.. SHANK, I I Superintendent,
l'nzion Itiitliltne, Omnhn.
Furniluro, Bedding, Upholstery, Mirrors, Etc
1200, 1208 nnd 1310 FitriinmSt.,
Cll.tS. It. lAW,
Hardwood Lumber, Wagon Stock, Fancy
Woods, Bridge Timbers, Etc.
8. "IV. Cor. Oth nnd DniiRlaa Sta,, Omahsu
T. 8. GltlGOlt CO.,
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES.
Cor. 10th mid Cnpltol Ave.
JOHN A. 1VAKKKIUI.U,
WHOLESALE LUMHER, LIME, &c.
lUI-ORTI AND AUXniOAX l'OBTLiN!) ClUXIfTS
Btalc Aitent Milwaukkk llrmiAULia Crmest.
WII1TN I'.V Ss I O.,
Commission Merchants and Brokors, Produce,
Provisions, Fruits, Etc.
1401 Doilfe Street.
KDIIOLM Ss Klti('K-ON,
IVIiolcsalo ami Retail Music Dealers.
State Ascnts Uclinlnir c Son's and Decker & Son's
15th and Dodce Stn,, Opp. I'oatoftloe.
KKNNAKO X- 1'OIVICKS,
WHOLESALE PKALKRS IK
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Window Glass.
Omaha, N. b.
V. ItOVUlt & CO.,
Agent for Hall's Safe & Lock Co.'s
Fire and nurclar I'rrnof Safes, T'ms Lo-k'i. Vaults
and Jail work. 1W) Ftirnam btreet, Oaialia, Neb.
Wall Paper, Shades, Art Glass, Do a General
House and Sign Painting Business.
ISIS DouKlua Hireet.
JKIfe W. UKUFOHD,
COAL, COKE, LIME AND STONE.
Offlco 213 South Mill St., Omaha. Yards, 9tk and
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
InCltr and Farm I'roperty. Lands to eclianEU for
Ouudi, and Hoods o( all kinds for Lauds.
1010 Fnrnam Sr., i I Omnhn, Nb.
Photographer and Dealer In Photo Supplies.
Established IBM. 60.0D Kesatlres prescrred (or fa
1320 Fnrnam Sr., I Omnhn.
JOHN 8. CAU1.FI1JL.U,
Wholesale Bookseller and Stationer.
1301 Fnrnnm St., Omaha, Neb.
UUATTON Ss ItUUMUUNO,
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CARRIAGES.
1315 and 1317 Ilnrney St. ,
THIN HTTI.K AAA
MLt WAYS' TK1AL.
B 1 1 A l ull Net or
"S"o.X"W. KeBl tor
C A. WOOD ce..
yn n. io iu a t., l'Uiia., x'a
GREAT OPPORTUNITY urrorf.7uou,!r;c:
liete:nif niiTeltleii rlto ta dallr sure. I) -n't nils
this clmnce.but aend a ttaIor samples ai.d ter,
Omaua Br.cui.TV CoM 8.11th bt., OUUUH.NSU.