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THE NEWS
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DIMCMWO TBK SUBJECT OF RKACB.
I«S4oo NoV. 10.—A lUrlln correspond
ent says that tlit port* has confidential!?
communicated to aome ofUie power* a draft
of the programme for tlte conclusion of
Mt****1 for
.Crow, tune secretary,
I«''nda*fyoT.jft^—A (linptanHenpla die-:
patch d«ay tile report that -Moulchtar Pasha
was wounded in fighting near Erzeroum,
Monday last,
AKMSTS. T"
Constantinople, :Nov. 10.—Forty-eight
tenom
in the service of Ex-Sullan Murtd,
are been "arrested in consequence of a re
cent conspiracy. Murad and his mother re
main at theTchersgar palace, but have been
warned that it might be necessary to re
move them to another residence.
Rsgasa, Nov. 10.—The Mon'enegrins
have commenced the bombardment of
Pod iovitzi. The place Is expected to hold
out, as the principal defences have lately
been reconstructed.
ELECTED MAYOR.-
London, Nov. 10.—Artlinr -B. Forwood,
of Pine, Forwood & Co., New York and
New Orleans, aad Leech, Harrison & For
•wood, of Liverpoel, was elected mayor of
Li^egpool, yesterday.
THE qpifUMIQN...., :C' I
.... FAILURE.
Moabra*!, Nov. 10.—W. P. Bartley & Co,
Iron (bonders failed. Liabilities, $150,000
The suspension Is due to the failure Of the
Hardware firm of Mulholland & Baker.
SITTIICG BULL WITHOUT A HOME.
Ottawa, Nov. 10.— There is no foundation
the1 reports- that the Canadian govern
ment liai granted a reserve of land to Sit
'ting Stall and his band at the Red Deer
river or any where else.
CRIME.
4.*, j,
A IRaiBLE XUnDER.
St. Lttiu, Nov. 10.—Jas. Eaglar aliaa
Ctrl Strahl, WAS arrested here yesterday on
aiupieioirof having murdereJ Mrs. Goetz,
wife of H«uy Goeti, farmer living near
CalumW*, Ills., Sunday night. The body
Mri/tSaeU was found in the cellar of the
lofoM b^ the'neighbors on Wednesday, with
the head crashed In by the blow from an
•x. Easier came here with a pair of mules
""l wagon, which had been u«ed by Go tz,
*nl. watMfted while trying to sell them
•ft small that aroused suspicion.
During the' day, officers from Colombia
ifcntified the atol*n articles. Goeta also is
miming. It is beUmred ha has been killed
ROBBERY.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10.—It was discovered
about noon to-day that the' county treasury
Clorihont county, Ohio, had
been rol&el of twenty-four thousand dollars,
't ia not yet ascertained as to when the rob'
b*ry occurred.
*. CpNCRESWOWAL.
_w sbnatb.
br
iff
fantj|
'h& nored Distentions in tfe
I is a in
JflfitOJ'j
Ru-
iS
tcm Mti-
j^^Qjm^tmsquA
A Canafcifai tUhch DentMlhat the
«ujMnhM Adopted
yiUmq
Buf
-Sjufiik
aradiewoaioiuia the Turkish cabinet on
tha sabgeot of peace or war, but the peace
party fear rf being accused of secret deal
ing! with Russia.
WAR
ITEMS.
Alextadropol, MOT. 10.—The Ardehaa
cotuM joined Oen. Heimann after
battle of Dere B^yuo. The Tiukijfiit^
2,500 killed, wounded and prisoners, and
great part of their artillery.
MAKING TO HI* GRAVE.
M—p» Finsqll^Twporti
that the Rips'* jAfildaa, alarmed &f
iacrtuist wetkiSi of hit holineaa, sum
moned Van Hette, professor of surgery at
Hadua, for a consultation.
KLBCTION.
Bdluburg, Nor. l*»^Tbe o&htaat fur'lfci
lord rectorabip of the Edlnbwt uoiverstty
terminated to-day In favor of the Marquis
of Hsrllngtoo, leader flf the liberal party in
the home of coamon*. Qe received 932
'V'
Wathlnflon, Nov. li.rfki elections
committee met thle mora lag to oonlder the
Bpaffnrd end Kellogg case, bat edjoarned
•UhmncdlWng to a iwHwln i?
nocam.
At 12,25 o'clock the bouse went into
^Ntftieeoftho vhow Mr. Co* of New
*k in t(e choir, en the arimy appropria
U*nbin. Pending the amendment olbted
Mt. Oimmlu, limiting the ncnilliw
1/
VANKTON
*4 FH
IN tttey
4
^•av^y intotry to the ia
tlp4.aervica^Klthe 1st iiwt.
amendment was rejected
by.lOi to-M7.
offered by Mr. Hboker,
use of troopa to suppress
Inwrsectlon or protect order In any! stele,
•rapt on lfce demand or the legUleLre or
executive, has i^lven Had. ipim an|mned
dlieuHlmi, Mr. GMrtletdteMnirTtirdppos I
Wi atdiK^ntleg out the daitteer of having
the'baads ofthetv^sldent
Ion *rih| gpvern
,?a*,re-
Si
miogton, J7ovT it).—n m. E. Ganet
fc'Bona, snuff mills at \ork, tiph, rt,
horned this morning. Loss $50,040 in.
anrei) fft,0d0.
VARIETIES T1IKATSK.
Pittsburg, Nov. 10.—Trimbles'VArieties
theatre on Pennsylvania avenne^ near 6th
eUeet,^ waS partUIly aesttoyed by fire tMe
fWrning. Thfc loan onnbe hiilldteg Is'aboiH
f17,000 Manager Williams $3,000 on fix
tures an'' wardrobe manager of thi Black
Crock combination lost the iceneni, watd
the aaaount $5,000. No innu
"riricA- **$•+•'
MISCELLANEOUS.
A KBWSPAI E I» ATTACHED.
T&ledn, Nov. .10.—The property' of the
8o*dey Journal, of which J. Sberwood
and Geo. Carfield, are proprietors ha-i been
J|ttsched on ostitiin qf Alex. Reed, pojt
n»t«r..«etllQg Jfotth. that/said Sherwood
and Carfield have published in their paper
and telegraphed to other newspepers libel
ous statemeate concerning the petitioner
Tbe dl«pitch«alluded to by Mr. Reed, con
tate aaiMnions that he bad used the post
offtoe ftinds to carry on the Blade aod Com.
merdal, of which he ia the managing pro
prietor.
'™TIIB SIMOA AFFAIR.
S»a Frapciico, Nov. 10.—Forther infor
ifMion'' conoeroing the ^TaiqiJ^ Smai,
sWw without 'doubt that the irat tele
graphed vordon of tbe attack on the United
States Consul Griffio. was substantially
correct in all respects, and that the Ameri
can consul was in tbe right of the matter.
OUSTED.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10.—Robt. Addy. former
captain of the Cincinnati base ball club,
was^to-day dismissed fiom the club on ac
count of dissipated habits during the pant
season. Similar charges against Foley on
being investigated by the directors.
LATEST BY MAIL.
The speaking telephone was lesi success
ful, the instrument gelling out of order and
preventing the transmission of conversations
from Western Union telegraph office in this
city to the Masonic Temple.
David Smith ofCoburg tbe Castleton abor
tionist, waa to-day sentenced to be hanged
December 19 for the murder of Miss Wade.
His accomplices, Mallory and Wilton, will
bfc'held iintir the next assizes.
Returns to midnight of the 8th, nearly
complete^ from every countv in the State of
Pennsylvania with the official vote of 13
counties, show a majority of 9 502 forNoyes,
Democrat, over Hart, Republican, for State
treasurer. Col Wilson, chairman of the Re
publican State central committee, concedes
the election of the Democratic ticket.
The laborers took forcible possession of
Keet's mine, near Deadwood, D.akota T„
one of the best in the gulch, Tuesday afttr
noon, and are now holding it with rifles.
The cause is the failure of the contractor to
pay their wages. The aherifT has been noti
fied, and trouble is expected. This mine i«
wherothj^flftttor,- Cephas Tuttle was
killed io^HWiy' with the Aurora mine
people, in September, and the property is
now in litigation.
Edward W. Johnson, of New York, gave
the fint telephonic exhibition ever held in
New York City, at' Masonic temple, to
night, the muaicians being in New York
and Philadelphia As the sounds trans
mitted from New York had to pass under
three rivers they were less distinct than
those from Philadelphia, but the exhibition
waa pronounced a,general euccess. The
first .piece tranamitted waa a cornet solo,
by Professor Luster, of New York, and as
the sounds broke faintly on the ears of the
large audience it provoked great applause.
J. W. McAnerny, of Jersey City, followed
with a tenpr eolo from "MartKk," and waa
suoeeeded by Mme. Belle Cole, of New
York, who sang several eoprano solos which
were quite distinctly heard. A rain storm
interfered somewhat with the experiment,
but as all the selections 'were duplicated in
Philadelphia tbe entertainment pgpved
'ovary way satisfactory.
The Sitting Bull commission, on their je
turn to Fort Benton from Fort Walsh, took
piwy on Mackinaw boats to ake the
journey down the Miasouri river. The party
coneiated of Gen. Alfred H. Terry, Gen. A.
Iawrenoe, aad Gen. II. C. Corblne of the
commission Col. K. W. 8mith, an aid of
Gen. Tervy, aad Lies*. Lovoll If. Jerome,
of, the SI cavalry, who dhalaguiebed hfan-
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ner
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Jgn
a»ir ia the fight with the Vmpm atfAe
Beer Paw moantains, aod who.' to Ms re
tuning hope on leave. The jowiw was
not marked by any incidents «sor^r. of
apepial mention.. jftnrqey pnv«4 to be
a haiardousone,o#lnglothe^robaMUt^
that the rivec wooM treext at aaytlmK Mi
ae it transpired, the party came near beii^f
(MMted lii above Fort BuftM. The com
mission arHwl at Te^ftrtbrd on the 21^1
tost., having completed the entire distance
in ten days. The weather was very celd
joanmy, and the day Mr the arrfM of tKtf
commission at Boferd thr rer wJfr«e»
jlW- The joonisy frosa Fort Bulardito Bis-
WMn^yrwlapd in en ambalknoe,
TEN COMMMMEMTS.
A correspondent writing from Central
City, near Deadwood, elves tbe latest Black
HiHt version of tbe Tin ComintndiiMbU,
which have become tbe common law ofthe
land:
Wehad to bans a man here tbe other
dav, We'd been putting it off on account of
lack of time and a bit of sentiment, till (ho
morals nf our town had at last become aa
bad as those of Chicago. In all estops aod
tpwos In tbe Hills there are certain under-
Idrdjblnas Thev fdrip a $nrt dit second
CnAmanpniRnlit and red ae Nlowa:
1, Thieves 'ind robbers will He driven
ont of camp for the first ottense—bung for
for the aecond.
9. Tbe man wbo nicks a quarrel had
b»tier pick np his traps.
8- Men convicted of murdei shall be hung
on the seme day.
4. Paaaing bocus money wi'l entitle a
cbap to rasa out of town, everybody tatting
a kick at bim as be goes.
5. Don't convict yoor neighbor's wife.
6.-Lying should be dleeouraeed.
7. Wback up even on all "finds."
8. No shirking in an Indian fight.
t. All notes of band tquat be paid when
due, or down goes the mslrer.
10. Rebellion against the legal author
ity of the towp,, shoves the rebel out and
conflscstes his claim.
Moat any man can live up to these ltws
snd not shed a hair, and the man who
doesn't mean to, will, sooner or later, be
choked to death.
FESTIVAL SCENES AT DEADWOOD.
From the lilack Hills rioueer.
The long, weary journey from Sidney
bad come to and end, our bero had per
auaded a "ball team"-. Jn advasca- of
freight wagon to vieit thU land ofiiold had
arrived, soiled aod weather-beaten in the
metropolitan city of Deadwood. The
weary march was forgotten and foy was
unconfined. A fervent admirer of tbe f.iir
sex, be sought tbe dance house, where
"takeyour partner" is the only introduc
tion needed. When the exciting moment
of "gents to the right"wss announced his
colossal cowhidcs smote tbe floor like the
stamps of quartz mill. When the wel
come sound of "balance to the right" rang
through tbe crowded hall our pilgrim ut
tered one long hoopee, and shouldering bis
fair partner, absorbed a tumblerful of
burning fluid. "Partners for a quadrille."
Our hero suraLg upon tbe floor and extem
porized a break down. "Dre on my melt.
I sni the tiger of the woods. Come bcre
gal, let's have some more tarantler juica."
"All set," shouted tbe floor manager.
"Scrape tbem cat's inwards and let's codfish
around." In tbe excitement of "all hands
round," a heavy weight unfortunately colli
ded with our pilgrim and "explanation*
were no avail." "I am bad," shouted our
hiro. "Let me at him, let me chaw bis
mane I'm a coyote. Let go my harness
I'm a woolly borse hard to curry, hoopee!
I'm an elephant, I'm—just then be trod on
a favored corn of a burly berder, who
pasted our hero one between tbe eyes, which
seated bim violently on the floor. As be
rose, blowing the ruby fluid from his nasal
promontory, be reiterated, "I'm an elephant
but my hide's tore."
POSTAL SAVIXJS BANK.
The bill introduced into the huuse^o'n
Monday by Mr. Phillips, of Kanftu, for
postal savings bank, provides that in each
offiae where a postmaster's salary is f1,000,
on application a savings bsnk shall be es
tablished. Deposits shall .lie received at as
low an amount "as twenty-five cents, the
account not to exceed f800, and when |25
Is deposited, it shall bear 3 per cent inter
est when placed subject to ninety days'
notice before call. It authorizes the issue
of 3,65 bonds in denominations of $25, |50,
100 and 300, with coupons payable every
three months, which, on demand, shall be
payable on tbe amounta deposited when
called. It provides, furthermore, for ad
ditional bonds for postoffioes where such
banks are established, and that the bonds
msy be Increased from time to time, and
leaves the execution of the previsions of
tbe act with the poatmaater-general, the
secretary of tbe treasury to issue tbe bonds
on notification of the postmaster-general
that when more than $50,000,000 is so
deposited, tbat amount shall be held by tbe
sixth auditor for the payment of account
demands.
ODD MOTES.
An exclamation that does not apply to the
"girl of the periodA lass too true!
A colony of Danes have purchased 20,000
acree of land in Koasuth county, Iowa.
The- frost on the milkman's moustache
diillathe hired girl to the core.—Danbmy
-Vncj.
There are eight doctors in congress.
is the people who ha»e the patients
cago Foil.
Chi­It
People learn Sriadoui by experience. A
man never wakes up his aeooM baby to aae
laugh.
A woman's heart ia just like a litiiograph
ere elope: what is once written on it cannot
be nibbed out.
Slasoo OaaMrou oa theftiture stale—"llo
I woader what oOoe they gire meT
Kwydar Hrigbaas Vouaf's widows
00
it a I a be
go
giaTe. 8eea at a distal
•naurv
•W-^Ti 7
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II
There isn't'iMMh di&tenee between a
grasshopper afd a m* widow, after all.
Either will jnmp at the first chance.
A stylish Hartfcrd wedding, Wedaeeday
night, w— made msaaoreble far the pumni-u
ofMlle. Th:efoaeieo«fthe French states
An IJlin^s clergyman took to whisky, and
quinine to cute his chills, and an invemga
ting committee is looking for the qnintne
jnrt—
Fret Prut.
"How terrible it is 'to loee eiafer by
Afthr' gtspe tlie Rev. 8pargeon. Bat when
•live elides away with a tin pedd er—what
Aw.
MRK&N&BY TElEfiBAPH.
Now Tide, Nov. M.
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Gold- -1.02|C. -LSirj&ffVtttj I
Money—[email protected]
Stocks—Irregular. -J j'
Goveraraenta—Firmer, .j
ia,-jl
WHKAT—quiet
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WSW TOME IUBKKT.
Nef York, Nbj. iO.-
and firm No.
i,
LARD—weak aod lower 8.05 for cash
7.90 for the year 7.97Je for Ja&naty.
WHISKY—firmer 6e.
MILWAUKR. I
Milwaukee, Nov. lO.
WHEAT—higher and firmer l.OSjc for
cash 1.07 for November 1.05jc for De
cember.
CORK—firm
41Jc.
OATS—steady 24 Jc.
RYE—56c.
BARLEY—621r.
YANKTON PRODUCE MARKET.
1IKTAII. I'BICES.
Com. sliellod. per lbs TSW cts
Corn, ear, per 70 tr.s to cts
Oats, new per 82 B»s SO cts
Barley, per 48 lbs
Bran, per 100 lbs
Mixed bran and meal, per 1WI lbs
Corn Meal, unbolted, per loo lbs
Corn Meal, bolted, per 100 lbs
Flour, patent, per 100 lbs
Klour, rearl white, per loo lbs
Flour (iolden lrop.:
Flour, be Seuer, per 100 lbs
Flour. Rye, per 1M ts.
Flour, (iraham, perieo lbs
Butter, per
Eggs, perdoz
Fotatoes, per busliel
Onions per peek
Green Apples, per bbl
SST/f/t
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V( 4 i3&54«.
yERRIXOllY, ^ATXJRPAY:EVEJ»NGt NOVl:MElMOn877. Numtter 100.
ned win
ter 1.42}c for December.
CoRH—ic better 61}(^62ic (ur! mixed
western.
OATS—firm [email protected] for mixed west
ern. .'
PORK—steady 14^0a,14J0«*"
LARD—steady 8.57Jc.
WHISKY—[email protected]
CHICAGO,
a^SH~OQ' -s ^^-Nov.lO.
WHEAT—firm and shade higher 1.06}c
for cash 1.06 for November 1.04Jc bid for
D*mhM. ,i a
COBS—firmer*"
RYE—54c.
W
~44{c for cash" 43fc for
November.
OATS—steady 24Jc for cash 24Jc for
November.
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BABLEY—58Jc.
POBS—decidedly fewer 12.i74c for cash
12.25 for tfieyear.-^
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PROFE88IONAL.
SHANNON A WA8HAHAUOH
ATTORN EY8-AT-LAW,
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WHY YOU SHOULD-
BUY YOUR OYSTERS
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JSNKINSON'S
Ut. onljr
WbmII
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M. Beeaufte he aeUi, the
btMt brand* of 0y«t«ra.
8d. Because h» ihhB Oyi*
t«rs direct MM Baltuiore
per express, avoiding|:tke
t&awing, freesing anddelays
which freight Oysters' are
sabject toi cUstroying their
fine freah flavor.
4th.' Beoause he rnlU all
goods at a living profit.
5th. Beoause he has had
many years experience in the
Oyster business, and there
fore can give his customers
more and better goods for
the money than any: ether
htwse in the oity.
"%Tfc Because of hisj eon
Htaattr iacreasing trade In
hand If many bandred dollars
worth or Oysters each year, be
is enabled to get a Urge dittcount
enabling him to sell a cheaper
Ojster for the quality thin any
ether honse ia the city."
7th. All goods warranted as
represented.
fresh Hub every Thursday
"US
-to cts
.60 Cts
.$1 40
1
40
1 GO
4 25
... 3 00
.... 75
... 3 50
... 3 00
... 8 74
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... 12«
...40 cts
...25 Cts
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BUYERS' GRAIN MUCKS.
Wheat
Corn
Oats
Barley
Rye
Hax. per bushel
[email protected]'
...256-30
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M35S
85®90
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.aw —t*
eTeniagc
Oysters by the «aM^in aay
quantity on Four Days Aotiee.
H. H. JENK1NSON,
Third St., North Side.
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RAILROADS.
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I» the sko
•otnfa,
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THIRD STBEET,
Opposite the Postoffice.
Our immense stock of Clothing is now complete. Having bought the same foi
CASH, we art- enabled to give our customers the benefit of lower prices than any house
in Dakota. We enumerate some of our prices:
CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS, $2.50 UP.
BOYS'SUITS, 6.00
BOYS' OVERCOATS, 8.00
YOUTHS' SUITS, 6.00
YOUTHS'OVERCOATS, 3.76
MEN'S SUITS, 6.60
MEN'S COATS & VESTS, Worsted, 10.00
MEN'S OVERCOATS, 5.00
MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S HATS & CAPS
In any Shape, Style and Quality.
Prices Ranging from Forty Cents Up
Wool Scarfs and Mufflers, Buckskin Under
wear, Buck and Sheep Mitts,
Gloves and Gauntlets,
BUFFALO OVERCOATS,
OOME AND 8EE US AND SAVE MONEY.
WISE BROTHERS,
Third Street, Opposite the Postoffice
YANKTON, O. f.
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I N E S
VMM COIOASO a xoara wwraaa RAILWAY
SmbracM unflar one naBagameat tbe Great
Traok Eailwaj Lbas ot tke West aad North
wast, ana, with ite nnmeroae braMbe* and ecn
ctloiia, forma the ahortaai and quicKeat rootc
ilea. Its
tha cltgtb^tmikm .SttiSStS^nSm
Omsha and CaBtmda Uas
Use
Cktesgo and ail
a anf Mln—ot«,
Datath,
Its
aelLaOieeee,
laatato, m. F*
all^pqlpts. ht Boathern and
(hem Bay and Vanputto Line
the enlyHne between hlcafb and Jaaesvtlle,
«^^?™a#£iafiK^i3meiie*h^Leito
HeagMoa, Baacocaaad the Cake Haperior Coon
toy. lis
freiport and DttboqjisLine
Is tin wily (Date Wlsia Cbteago ana Elgin,
•ockford, Free port, »nd til points via Fraeport.
CUcaco and Milwaukee Line
Is tha el*
late Qhwu lun aad tstbeealroac
aaahaMd Milwaukee.
Pullman Palace Drawing Boom Cars
are saa aa su tareagn wains ot tms roaa.
This to the OSLiugl running these ears be
Mwa OldMaa aad St Papl aad •Inaeapolt*.
Cbkags aad Ml I waolwe, Chicago aad Winoaa, or
Chteaco aBd Qnien Bay.
CIOMi comwcUoaa aie aiade it Chicago with the
lake Shore Ji Htehtgaa foaiben. Nkuiui Cen
md, MaltlBO(e
a
ohlo, Flusbarg, Fi Waiae
Ohteac JUakakee Line and »*aB Handle Kontni,
fur airpoints East nd 8onth-Baat, and with the
OMea^aad-aitoa-aad-Illinois Central for all
petals South.
_cioae eoaaect'ons an also made with the Union
Faciae R.R.,atOoaha (ot all far West aolnta.
Cfot* roMucUom madt at junction poixtt vUK
rmkutf aileron point*.
Jer Ibtaraate are sol by all Coupon
Ticket Acents la the Uniied States sad Canaaas.
Bsksmer.jroa ask
tot
yoor Tickets va the
CUop Noctk-Wntern Bail
way, and tat none
'ei^oaea! lie. Braedway Boston
"aatieet Omaha Offlee, us Farn
Jaja jseo OSce,
1*1
Meetgeaery
•iMt'OU«aS TOiOfctl a lark atreet.
aader ^kagmSowH,: 79 Can 1, comer Madison
ttd Oaaal autaats Wells Street De ot, corner
Wdls sad Kinsie streets.
TO
ratfc otlnfonBslloa not itwianMr Itaai
yoor borne ticket asenu. apply te
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
WISE BROS..
•Aim IMHR.
Gen. Manager, Chleat*
W. I. RB1RI,
PihV 4 t.. (IklftUn.
a
a
a
a
a
im
a
of Neckwear, Hosiery
HANDKERCHIEFS.
Also the Hew Shape in Linen and Paper Collars.
and
7
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