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THE DAILY J3JU1& OMAHA .MONDAY MAY ; 9 , i882.
The Only Exclusive
Wholesale Hardware House
acrw 'j M'Tia
1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET.
OMAHA NEB.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS ,
Boots and Shoes ,
OMAHA , NEB.
OSOHAED & BSAH , J. B. FRENCH & GO. ,
O A R P. E T 8 1 G R O O E
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles ,
SiSH , DOOES , BLIPS AID IOULDMS.
15th and Cuming Sts. OMAHA , NEB
SPRING AMD SUMMER STOCK
CLOTHING
Ready for Inspectioni
AT
POLA'CK'S
The Lowest Prices'Guaranteed ,
1316 Farnam Street , Near 14th.
.
Uarie od.
HAS THE BEST HOOK IN OMAHA AND MAKES THE LOWEST PEIOE
The only Furniture House in Omaha that does not deal
in Second-Band Goods.
CHARLES SHIVERIOE.
BEDDED MIRRORS , FEATHERS ,
Window Shades , Cornices , Curtain Poles ,
, Lambrequins , Office Desks and Every
thing Pertaining to the Furniture
and Upholstery Trade.
CHAS. : SHIVERIGK.
1206,1208,1210 Farnham ,
TWO DOZEN BU ITONS.
Betty sighed. Now why she nhoul
have sighed nt this particular momon
no ono on earth could toll , And !
was nil the moro exasperating bocausi
John had just generously put into hoi
little shapely hand a brand-now $1 (
bill. And hero began the trouble.
"What's the mattcrl" ho aid , his
( ace falling nt the faint sound nod his
mouth clapping together in what those
who know him but little called an
"obitinato puckor. " "Now , what is
it ? "
Betty , who had just begun to change
the sigh into n merry litllo laugh rip
pling nil oror the corners of the ret
Hpi , stopped suddenly , tossed her
head , and , with n small jerk no way
conciliatory , sent out the words :
"You needn't insinuate , John , that
I am always troublesome. "
"I didn't insinuate who's talking
of insinuating ? " cried ho , thoroughly
incensed at the very idea , nnd , back
ing nwnv a few steps , ho glared down
from A tremendous height in extreme
irritation. "It's you yourself who i <
forever insinuating nnd all that , anc
then for you to put it on mo it's real
ly abominable 1'
The voice wns harsh , and the eyes
that looked down into hers wcro not
pleasant to behold.
"And if you think , John Peabody ,
that I'll aland and have such things
said to mo , you miss your guess
that's ' all ! " cried Betty , with two big
rod spots coming in her cheeks ns she
tried to draw her little erect fipuro
up to ito tit moat dimensions. " .For
ever insinuating ! I guess you
wouldn't have said that before I mar
ried you. Oh , 'now you can , of
course I"
"Didn't you say it first , I'd like lo
know ? " cried John , in great excite
ment ; , drawing nearer to the small
creature ho called "mfo , " who wns
gazing at him with blazing eyes of
indignation : "I can't endure every-
thinR ! "
"And If you boar moro than I do , "
cried Betty , wholly beyond ccntrol
now , "why , then , I'll give up , " nnd
she gave a bitter little laagh nnd
tossed her head again.
And hero they were in the midst of
quarrel ! Thcso two who , but n
year before , had promised to love nnd
protect nnd help each other through
ifo !
"Now , " said John , and ho brought
ilia hand down with such a bang on
-lip tnblo before him that Betty nearly
skipped out of her little shoes only
she controlled the start , for she
would have died before slio had lot
John neo il , "wo will have no moro of
this nonsense ! "
Ilia f.ico wns very pale and the lines
around the mouth so drawn that it
would have gene to any one's heart to
have seen their expression ,
" 1 don't know how you will chnngo
it or help it , " said Betty , lightly , to
hide her dismay at the turn affairs had
taken , "I'm sure ! " nnd aho pushed
back the light , waving hair from her
forohed with a saucy , indifferent ges
ture.
ture.That
That hair that John always smooth
ed when ho petted her , tried or dis
heartened , and called her "child. "
Her gesture struck to his heart as ho
glanced at her sunny locks and the
cool , indifferent face underneath , and
before ho know it ho was Baying :
"Thoro is no help for it now , I sup
pose. "
v"0h , yes , there is , " said Betty , still
in the cool , calm way that ought not
to have decided him. But men know
so little of women's hearts , although
they may live with them for years in
cloioat friendship. "You needn't try
to endure it , John Peabody , if you
don't want to. I'm sure I don't
care ! "
"What do "
you mean ?
Her husband grasped her arms nnd
compelled the merry brown eyes to
look up to him.
' I can go bick to mother's , " said
Betty , provokingly. "Sho wants me
any day ; and then youcanlivo quietly
and to suit yourself , nnd it will bo
better nil around. "
Instead of bringing out a violent
protestation of fond affection aifd re
morse , which she fully expected , John
drew himself up , looked at her fixedly
for a long , long minute , then dropped
her arm , nnd , with white lips , said
slowly :
"Yes , it may bo as you say , bettor
nil around. You know best ! " and was
gene from the room before she could
recover from her astonishment enough
to utter a sound.
With a wild cry Betty rushed across
the room , first tossing the $10 bill
savagely as far as uho could throw it ,
and , flinging herself on the comforta
ble old sofa , broke into n flood of bitter -
tor tears the first she had shod dur
ing her married lifn.
"How could ho have done it ? Oh ,
what have I said ? Oh , John , John ! "
The bird twittered in his little cage
over in the window among the plants ,
Betty remembered like a flash how
John and she filled the seed-cap that
very morning , how he laughed when
ho tried to put it in between the bars
and when she couldn't roach without
getting upon a chair ho took her in his
great arms nnd hold her up , just like
a child , that she might fix it to suit
herself. And the "bits" that ho said
in his tender naythey had gene down
to the depths of her foolish little heart ,
Bonding her about her day's work
singing for very gladness of spirit ,
And now I
Betty stuffed her fingers hard into
her rose ears to shut out the bird's
chirping ,
"If ho only knew why I sighed , "
she moaned , "Oh , my husband !
Birthdays nothing will inoko any dif
ference now , Oh , why can't I diol"
How long she stayed there , crouched
down on the old sofa , shonovor know ,
Oror and over the dreadful tcone nlio
wont , realizing its worst features each
time in despair until a voice out in the
kitchonsaid ; "Botty ! " and heavy foot
falls proclaimed that spnio one was on
the point of breaking in upon her un
invited.
Betty sprang up , choked back her
* obs , and tried with all her might to
compact ) herself and roraoro all traces
of her trouble.
The visitor was the wor t.possible
ono she could have had under the cir
cumstances. Crowding herself on
terms of the closest intimacy with the
pretty bride , who , with her husband ,
had moved into the Tillage a twelve
month prorious , Him Elvira Klinmons
had in , do the very most of her
tttmtiof , and by dint of making groa
parade over helping her in some do
mostio work , such ns house-cleaninp
drcss-makittg and t'uliko , the niftidci
lady had managed to ply her otho
vocatipn , that of nows-gathcror , nt ono
and the uawo time , pretty effectually
She was always culled her by her
first name , though Bflttv resented it
aud ftho rundo a great handle of her
friendship on every occasion , making
John rage violently and vow a thou
sand times the "old maid" should
walk.
But eho noYor had and now ,
scouting dimly , like a carrion nftor its
own prey , that trouble might oomo to
the pretty little white house , the
mako-mischief had cotno to do her
work , if devastation had not already
commenced.
"Boon crying ! " she said , moro
plainly than politely , sinking , down
into the pretty chintz-covorod rock
ing-chair with an energy that showed
that she meant to stay , and made the
chair croak fearfully.
"Only folks do.say that you mid
your husband don't llvo happy but
la I I wouldn't mind-I know 'taint
your fault. "
Botty's heart stood slill , Hnd it
come to this ! John and she not to
jUvo happy ! To bo sure they didn't ,
ns she .remembered with a pang the
dreadful scone of words and hot tem
pers j but had it gotten around so soon
a story in ovortbody'a mouth.
With all her distress of mind ho
wns saved from opening her mouth.
3o Miss Simmons , foiling in that , wm
'orced to go on.
"An11 loll folks so , 'sho s.-xid rock
ns herself back and forlli to witnese
thoeflbctof her words , "when they
; it to talkin' ; to you can't blame mo
f things don't go chad for you , I'm
" "
"You toll folks ? " repeated Betty ,
vaguely , and standing quito still.
'What ? I don't understand "
"Why , that the blame is all his'n , "
cried the old maid , exasperated at her
trango mood and dullness. "I say ,
ays 1 , why there couldn't no one lire
with him , lot alone that pretty wife
ID'S got. That's what I sny , Botty.
Vnd then I toll 'oin what a queer man
10 is , howcrosj , an "
"And you dare to toll people such
hinga of my husband ? " cried Betty ,
drawing herself un to her extremes !
icight , and towering so over the old
woman in the chair that she jumped
n confusion at the storm oho had
raised , aud stared blindly into the
ilazing eyes and foco rosy with right
eous indignation her only ' thought
was how to got away from the storm
ho hud raised but could not stop.
But she was forced to stay , for Betty
teed just in front of the ohair and
) locked up the way , so she slunk
} ack into the smallest corner of it and
ook it as best she could. Aly bus-
> andl" cried Betty , dwelling with
irido on the pronoun at least , if
hey were to part , she would , say it
over lovingly as n.uch as she could
ill the last moment , and then , when
ho time did come , why , people should
tnowthut it was not John s fault "tho
> cst , the kindest , the noblest husband
hat ever wns given to a , woman.
, 'vo made him moro trouble
han you can guess ; my hot
omper has vexed him I've
icon cross , and impatient and "
"Hold ! " crioda voice , , "you're talk-
ng against my wife ! " and in a mo-
nent big John Peabody mailed
hrough the door , grasped the little
woman in his arms and folded her to
lis heart , right before old maid and
* '
"Oh ! " said .Miss Simmons , i&iaE
up straight and setting her spectacles
moro firmly.
"And now that you're learned all
that you can , " said John , turning
around to her , still holding Betty ,
'why you may go. "
The chair was vacant. A diesolv-
ntj view through the door was all
hat was to bo soon of the gossip , who
started up the road hurriedly , leaving
> eaco behind.
"Botty , " caid John , some half hour
afterward , "what was the sigh fort I
lon't care now , but I did think , dear ,
and it cut mo to the heart , how you
might have married richer. I Innged
o put ton times ton into your hand ,
Jotty. and it galled rae because I
couldn't. "
Betty smiled and twisted awny from
lis grasp , Illuming into the bed-
00111 she presently returned , fitill
miling , with a bundle rolled up in a
clean towol. This she put on her has-
jand's knco , who stared at her won- ,
leringly.
"I didn't moan , " she said , unpin
ning the bundle , "to get it out now ,
nit I shall bare to. Why , John , day
after to-morrow is your birthday ! "
"So 'tis , " said John "Uracious !
las it como around BO soon ? "
"And you dtar boy , " said Betty ,
baking out before his uyea a pretty
irown affair , all edged with silk of the
iluest shade , that presently assumed
ho proportions of a drosaiug-gown ,
'this is to bo your present. But you
must bo dreadfully surprised , John ,
when you got it , for oh , I didn't want
you to know it ! "
John made an answer ho thought
) ost. When ho spoke again ho said ,
lerplexod , while a small pucker of
> owilderment settled between his oycs.
"But I don't see , Betty , what this
hing , " layintr ono finger on the gown ,
'had to do with the sigh. "
"That , " said Betty , and then she
> roko into a merry laugh , that got so
nixed up with the dimples and the
anoing brown eyes that for a moment
ho could not finish. "Oh , John-1
WM worrying so over those buttons !
They weren't good , but they wore the
> est I could do then. And I'd only
lought 'em yesterday. Two whole
pzon. And when you put that $10
> ill in my hand , I didn't ' hardly know
t , but I suppose I did give ono little
> it of a sight , tor I was so provoked
hat I had not waited buying them till
o-day. "
John caught up the little woman ,
rossing gown and all , I don't think
lioy have ever quarrelled since at
east I have never hoard of it.
, ' Women Never Tillulr. "
Ji thocrabbad old batcholor who
uttered this sentiment could but witless -
loss the intense thought , deep study
md thorough investigation of women
n determining the best mcdicinos to
coop their families well , and would
iota their sagacity and wisdom in so-
octing Hop Bitters as the best , and
omonstrating it by keeping their f am-
los in perpetual health , at a mere
lominal expense , he would bo forced
o acknowledge that such sentiments
re baseless and false. [ Picayune.
D. M. WELTY
( Snooouor to D. T. Monnt )
Uanufa'turtraml Dt.Vcrln
Saddles Harness
, , Whips ,
FANOY UORSE CLOTHING
Robes , lusters and Turf Goods
of ALL OESCmrTIONH.
A gent fo ? JAB. It II 111 ft Co.'i
CONCORD HARNESS
"ThoBost in The World , "
Ordtn eollcltcd. OMAHA , NEB
mo ly
JOnS 8TABLBR , RHOMB SCIUUf ,
President. Vice I'rca't.
W. S. DJIUIIRR , Sec. nnJTronj ) .
THE NEBRASKA
MMMCTIffllG CO
Lincoln , Neb ,
MANUFAOTUKERS 01'
Corn Ptantert , narrow * , rarm Rollers ,
Sulk Hay Unkoi , Ducket Elevating Wind
ml &c.
Wo are prepared to ilo job work And m nnl \
turlnc lor other parties.
Addros all orders
NKUllABKA MANUFACTUMNa CO. ,
LINCOLN Nun
Tout far holugtbo molt direct. culcKo ) , nu
alwt line conncctlni" tfco ptcat Mfitropolb. 0111
AGO , and the KA91K&3 , NORTn-ICAJfiBJi , I > i
nd QoiiTn-ElHTT.n.t LTXKI , which tonr.lrmtthere
Itli KANSAS. Cm , LKAVKNWon.ni , ATiui30
oraoii , BWFFH aad OMAUA , tbo OOUMISCUI
nrtELB from which r&dUto
EVERY LIKE OF F16AD
hRtpenotntcfl tlioOontliiont froui the Illavrji
Klcr lo tko I'&clflc mope. The
ODIOAGO ROOK IStuUsT ) & PA
OIFIO RAZLWAY
'tho only line fyouiChlcaf.o ownln ; traoi tn
vonaas , or which , by Ita unn rovJ , ruactici Ih
Kilnts ftbovo named. No THAN8FIR3 r.T OABSIAUI
to HlUSIXd COKNECTIOKUl No huddling In 111
entllatcd or unclean cam , at every tnsstntfer
curled In roomy , clrcm &nd vontlltlcd crochet
pan Kaat Exprosa Train ?
DAT OAU.I of unrivaled nuKntOconee , PDLIUIM
'ALACB StiiKriKQ Cilia , and ourowuworld'fmaont
DiNuta OARS , upon which movla nro ecrvcd of on
urparaod ciccllonco , at the low nto of BivxxrY
Fran CcNT uca , with ample time for huHhfu
nloymcnt.
Throush Can between Chicago , Pcorla ,
traukoo and Mbsvourl River Points : and close con
nectloni at all polnta o ! Intctaectkm with othei
oads.
We ticket ( do not forget this ) directly lo eron
ilico of Importance In IConaao. Nebraska , BUfk
Illta. Wyomlue , Utah , Idaho , STada. Callfom.4 ,
Oregon , Wuhlugton Territory , Colorado , ArUon >
and Now Mexico.
Anil bcrnl arran emontt rcgnrdlc < bay iRfi
any other line , and rates of faro Mnayi ad otr te
competltora , who furnloh but A tithe 0 IBs coin ,
ort.
ort.Dcg3 and tackle of sportsmen free.
Tickets , niapo and folders at all prlnclpa
offioii In the Onliod tiUtce and Canada.
K. U. CABLE , B. BT. JOHN ,
Vlco 1'rcs't ft Qon. Ocn. Tkt and Pcj'r AS
Wanteer. Ciilcairo flhlcwo.
flhlcwo.ZSSi
ZSSi
IMPEBIS5ABLE '
PERFM5
Murray & Lanman's
Best for TOILET. BATH
and HANDKERCHIEF.
wed.fr
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
The Most Succeiiful Remedy ever discov
ered , as It Is cortaln In Ita cllccti and docs not
blister. ItKAI ) 1'UOOl111KLOW. Alee excellent
for humanllo h.
FHOM A PROMINENT PHYSIOIAN.
Vraahlngtcnvllle , eino , Juno 17 , 1B81 , in
U. J. KKMIALI , , &Co. : dents Heading your ad
vertisement In Turf , Field and Farm , of your
KcmUH's Hmln | Cure , a'd'li.iriu ; * a valuable
and speedy horeo which had been bino from
ipavln for eighteen month * , I sent loyou for t.
bottle by express , which In nix week a removed
all lameness and enlargement and a larg ) Bpl'ot '
from another horse , and both horses are to-uay
as Bound as colta. The ono bottle was worth tome
mo ono hundred dollars , llcepectfully
yo'irs , II , 4 , UKKTOLSIT , II , R.
Bond for Illuitratod circular Klvlng positive
proof. Price yi. All Dru lutti have It or can
getltfer you. Dr. K. J , Kendall A Co ? , Pro-
prlctore , linoabiirfli Falls , Vt.
BOLt ) BY ALL DRUGGISTS ,
d-wly
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Or. J , B. Simpson's Specific
II I ) * positive euro for Hpcmutoirhoa , Bemlaa
WooLneaa. ImpotAncy , and all diseases rcaulllog
from Self-Abuse , au Mental Aniloty , Losai
Memory , Pains lu the Hack or flldt , and disease *
" U * lead to
Oousumptlon
Insanity &HI
Lcrlyirraie
'lie cpcclflo
MoJIeluo Is
being used
with wonder
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I'ainphlots
icct free tu i > ll. Wiie for lle/n and fit full juj.
tnUrB. !
1'rlrc , Epeclfle , tl.'O per psctage , cr eli pick ,
teas for 35.CO. Adu < uos all nrclcra t'J
H. ( JIUBON MKDICINK Oti.
Noa. IDS and 103 Main Ht lluffalo , N. Y.
Sol'l In Omaha by 0 , V. Goodman , J. W , Uall ,
J , K. Ish , and all araggliUeverywbeio.
< 1 tdbvr
Fanoy and Staple Groceries ,
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
BUTTEK AND EGGS ,
FIIKBII WIOK TJIB OOUNTRV ,
No. 916 North Sixteenth St ,
m9-lm As Hs SWANs
THE DAILY BEE
MAHAPUbLICHINQCO. , PROPRIETORS
910 Frnh m ( b t. Oth Hnd 10th Qtreeti.
TERMS OJT SUBSCRIPTION.
O.ia copy 1 jt rln dM ncopo tiwlJ ) . . { 10.M
J month ! " . . . 6.0C
month " " - 8.00
TIME TABLE ,
CUD CHICAGO , rr. not , inn rcu AX
OUAIU RAILROAD.
Li iiv .OniJkh r < uwf nrtir No , I , 8:30 : .tn. Ac
mmciUtloo No , 4 , IK ) ( p. m.
AirlTtOmfch * Piw nir r No. 1 , tM p. m
eccc sedation No. S,10CO : * . m.
HIK9 OMAHA Un 01 SODTH OCTA
0. , B. it O. 7UO . m. 3tO n , m.
a & N. W. , 7:10 : ft. m.-340 ! n. m.
a , n. I. h 1' . , 7:10 : n , m. 8lO : p. m.
S. CDt. J. A a n.,1wvrp it ISO ft. m. Mid 7:4 :
m. ArilresttS I.LonUkt 6:80 : ti. m. nJ tC : !
m.
m.W. . St. ! . . A , P. , ICATM t 8 * . m. nd BIOn :
AttlVM A 81. Lonla t 0:40 : ft. m. nd 7:80 :
m
nut OB rotrrnwran.
B. ti M , In Neb. , Through Kspresa , 8:10 ft m
D. li II. IJncoln Kiprcts OiM p. tn.
U P. Oretl ml Knprcsi. 12:16 : p. m.
0. k R. V. for Lincoln , llUS . m.
0. A \ \ V. for Orcool . 0:10 : a. m.
0. P Irelpht No. B , iSO : ft. in.
0. P I rcli-ht No. 0 , :20 : x in.
U. P. freight Xo. 18.Mp. ) m.
U. P. frdjlit No. T , C:10 : p. tn.-omlgunl.
- . P. Donvrr oxprov , 7S& : p. nl.
0. P. frclrht No 11 , 11:80 : p. m.
D. P. Detect frdslit , PSt : p. m.
AHMYIKU mo wt uio noimr.
0 B. A Q t > .lO n. m. JiSJp m.
a A N.f.t DMB n. m. 7:2i : p. m.
0. R. l.M'.0f ; > ! > . m. 96 p. in.
K. 0. , Rt. Jo3 k ( I It. , 7:16 : . tr. . C4Eip. ; t. )
Anuivi fl rROU ni < ru ADD nocTiraut.
0. * R. V. fromMncolti TC8v. : in ,
XJ. T. TAdflo KjtptfSS 3:25 : p. u
B' " * t M. In N l > . , Through Riiw > till p w.
D. ii U. Lincoln Kjpross 0:16 : ft in.
U. V. Denver oipre * ' , 7:36 : a. m.
U. P. Freight No. 14-2:50 : ti. ni.
U. P. No. U 6:10 : . in. Et.ilj' ( ot
U. I' , freight No. K , t ; lC p. in.
U. I' . No. S 0ro : jin. .
U. P. No. IB-lilB n. m.
IT , P. Doincr Iroltrht , 1JO : n. ni ,
0. Ii K. V. rnlxcil , M. Mb p , in.
tiuu.n ertwi'Ki oii/.ni AW
Loava Ooi-.h nt BCO : , 0:00 : , 10:00 : antl llCO
m , ; lyt v.eo , SM : , 4:00 : AnJtoop. : m.
Lo vo OoniicU lilufTs at S':2.9:2S. : : . 10:25 : nnd
: ; .t a. ui. ; l:2fi , 2:26 : , f.U , 1:25 : And 6:23 : p. m.
3un < ! ay Tlw dumuiy Imvin Onu-vhft at P:00 :
Oil IIM n. in. ; : Cl ) , 4QO : and 6:00 : p. m. Lcivoa
Psundl niunn at DUS : and 11:28 : a. m. ; 1:25 : , 1:25 :
tnj Bf ; 6 p. HI.
ThroUEh and lorM faHicncrcr tmlns hotwocn
Oiimhn ttud found I D'.uftn. LIMVO Ouiaha C:1B ,
(46 ( , 8:61) : ft. DI. : 3:40 : , B:46 : , 0:00 : p. m. Arrive
Omaha 7:40 : , 11:35 : , 11:46 : u. in. ; 6:40 : , 7:06 : , 7:15 ,
. m
p. _ _ _ * _ _ _
Opcnlncnnrt Ole lna of M III.
BODTI. oral. oiosi ,
a. m. p. m. a. ni. p. m ,
hlctroN. W . 11.00 0M : t : 0 S:10 :
hlwco , II I. ft livdrt o.llw : Boa : B:30 : S : o
hl(3ffOlltQ - .11:00 : 8.00 B:30 : ? ! 40
Vab-uh ! . 1S:33 : 6:80 : Klo :
loai City und raclftc. . : CO BSO : X:40 :
Onion PaclU : . * :00 : 11 : < 0
ni hi&K.V . I'.W 11:10 :
3.SM. InNub . 4:00 : 8:10 :
muh is. Sioux City. . . . CW : TftO
.AM. Lincoln . 10:31 : 19:03
' , F. Ltucoln , HnnOay. . . 1:30 : 11:03 :
' , P. Denver Eip. . . . . . . 0:00 : flCO :
> . . uiwisCllyABt. r..ll:00 : Sio :
Local u&.li lot Htutaot Ion Itivo but once
ay , vlx:0UOn : , m ,
Office even Eunilt-fl from IS m. to 1 p. m.
ON. F HALt P U.
BirectorY.
Abitrcct end Real tstatc.
JOHN L. McOAQUit , oppotlto Teat Offlca.
W , TV. BMITLKIT 817 SauUi IBtli Btrcul.
Archltcctx.
JUFUKNK * URNOKLGEOU1T.
Itocui 11. Crcl bton Block.
A. T. tAUOE Jr. , Hoom 2. CieUhton
[ loots and Ohoco.
JAMZ3 DnVINE & 00. ,
i-d Boota niJ llhooo. Acood Muaitment
oico wcri on hand , corner 12th and Ilirnoy.
fllOG. KIUOKSON , S. E. cor. 16th and Douglas.
JOI1N rORTUHATUS ,
Ji 10th direct , ? \anufacturca to order good work
\ ftlr prlcoa. UeuAlrlrnMlono.
ed Oprlng * .
LAKRIMEH Manufacturer. 1617 Donrlasat.
Books , flowo and Stationary.
3.1. FltUKlIAUK 1015 Farnhain Street
Butter , and EKE .
foBHANK & BCUHOEDEU. ( ha oldeat B , and E.
JOUJO In NobraakA established 1876 Omaha.
UBS. A. KYAH ,
oaihwest corner Iflthand DoJijo.
Btttt Board for the Money.
ft to.'actlau : Guaranteed ,
at Ml Homo.
Board by the Diy , Week or Month.
Oood Terms lor Cash ,
FurnWiod Rnnmn SupplIoJ.
Unrrlnco * nnrt Road Waeoni.
VU SKYDEU , llth and Ilsrnov BtroctJ.
Clothing Uought.
f. IIAKKI3 will pay hlRhoetCaahrrlce for cecood
3 nd clothlnr. CornorilOth and Varnuam.
uowa on.
JOHN HAUMKlt 1814 Farnbain Btroct.
JunK.
H. DKilTHOLD , UtRfl ftud Metal.
LumberLlmo nd Cement.
703TKR & OKiY corner etb and Doufflag 8b.
1 Lamps and Qlaiaw ro.
I. BONNRIl 1B09 DooKlna Ht. Good Variety.
Merchant Tailors ,
0. A. LINDQUK8T ,
iai > cf our most popular Merchant Ttllors la re-
iclvlni ; the latent Joelcns for ( tyring and Summer
9ooda for Rciitlorncn'o wear. Btylluli , durable ,
tud prtco low on our 216 lEtb bet.
Mlllliiery.
KI1S. 0. A. niKOEItVliolMtlo tnd neUll , K n
jy Uooti li jrrnat variety , Zephyrs , Card Boardn ,
Ucaicry , Ui voi. . , CoHcta , &c. Clieapoat Houao In
i > .o\Vust. > iV .111 fno CO per cenl. Orilcr
ay M ll. J "Win nth Strnot.
rounui ) .
fOUH WI'.A ONK ft SOUS cot Mlh& Jacktonttl
Mour and Fer.rt. ,
JKA1IACUY MILLS , Mh ai.a Farnhim BU. ,
. , proprljtore.
Crccsr * .
, 21t bctron Cuiolng and lr r
. A. Uc3 ' .NK , Coin. 23d and Cu = ilnf ( Htrceto.
ri2.ru war o , Iron and btcn.
JLAN ft IiANGWOJVjlirVholwale , 110 ftni1
A. IIOLUF,1) eornn I ail and California.
Hcrne * * , fijddloi , tto.
B. WEIBT SOlEthSt. bet Farn. ft Hamey.
Hotel *
AHFIELn 110UKE , Coo. CanUeld th & F rnh m
OOnAlI 1IOUHU. 1' . H. ' Ctry , 13 Farnbam HI.
BLAVKN'O HOTEL , F. Blavo'n , 10th 81.
onthcin Hotel Ou > . llamol flth &Loar < nwortb
ru , f alnti and Ullt.
KUUN & CO.
fhiimaclili. Fin i fane Uoodg , Ooi. HIS and
Dougln ttrccta.
V. J. WlIirEUOUPK , Wboleeale&neUU , IBthel.
0. FIELD , C23 North 81d Cumlng Street
PARK , Prurtdat. 10th and Howard Btreeta.
Dentltti.
OB. PAUTj Wlllluna Illock Cor. Htb ft Dodze.
ury uooa * notionn , tto.
JOHN U. P. LCllMANIf & CO. ,
ie.ii Yoik Ury OooJa Store , 1310 ( nd U1S Tarn-
him iitrcct.
tu 0. nnrwpld 1so boots and chacs A ! Paclflc.
purulturo.
k V. GROSS , New asd ( JcjCaJ Hand Farnlture
r.d Store * , 11H Uotulu. UljbMt cajli prlco
11J for eccoud l.eui 1:0309.
CONHKB ISO } DscrU et. Fine ecsd &c.
rrrce V/crKK ,
OUACA mice co.
OUET , KB1EB 4 CO 12U Hamey HI. , Impiove
d lea lcio , lice acd Wood Vencol , OAlca
IMnn . Coiiulci pine and Walnut.
r'awnttroxara.
ROaENFKLD 10th Bt. . bet fur. & Hal
Hotflgerwtor * , O nrleld' Patent ,
GOODMAN 1th et. bet. Farn. &
uljcara and Tobacco ,
YVK8T & FEIT80DEII , manufactarer * ol Clgut ,
and Whole ftl Dealenl o Tobaccos , 1MB DougUl.
N , r , LOIIKNZEN mauufactujer llieFunbau
riorlrt.
A. Donahue , riUnto , cnt flowew , fteedi , ooqntte
ttc. N. W. cor. 16th and Dourlaa itreeta
Olvll EnElntcra end Surveyor * ,
ANDRKW nOSSWATKTt , Crelghton Bloek ,
town Burrej-o , Grade and Sewerags Brttomj ft
gpedilty.
uommimon Mercnantt.
JOHN a. WIL L1S.1IU Dodge Street.
D B. BKB1IKR. For iletAlI * too large adrertt-
ment In D llr anil WwVlv.
Uornlce Work * .
tVeitttn Cornice Wofki , Manufacturer * Iron
Cornice , Tin , Iron and Slate Rootling. Orden
from any locality promptly executed In the b * t
manner , Factory and Offlco ISIS Uarney St
0. 8FF.CHT , Troprletor.
Oalranlrtd Iron Cornice * . Window Can , etc. ,
mannlactured ami put up In any wrt of the
eountrv. T. BINHOLU tin Thirteenth itreel
Crockery ,
J. BONNER 1809 Doncla ) itrwl. Good lino.
Olothlng and Furnlthlng OCKXI.
OKO. H. PCTERSON. Alno Hate , Oapg. IJoohl ,
Shoo * Notlem and Cutlery. 804 8.10th Itreet
Show Oata Manufactory.
0. J. WILDE ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kind * of Show
Catcw , Upright CMC * , & ' . , 1317 CMI Bt
FRANK L. QKRHAnp , proprietor Omah %
Show Caao mtmifactory , BIB South 16lh street ,
jotwcon Loavcnntirtli and Uarcy , All gooda
trnmntod nrst-rlv i.
ovoo ana mwaro.
A. RURMKSTRll ,
Dcalot In Etovos and Ttnirare , and Mwintictnini
of Tin Hcof.1 and all hlndi of Building Wnrli ,
Odd Triton * ' Bloek.
' . nONNTIt. IMil Dnntl n HK oad and Cheap.
jOeed * .
l. EVANS , \Miolcralo And Retail Herd Drills and
Odd 1'tlliun Hall
Phyilclani and Bvrneori * .
U * . B , Qllina , M. U. , r.ccm No i , Crelghtcn
lluck. lf.tli . Btreet.
P. H. LCISKNUINO , K. 1) . Muontc Blotik.
0. L. I1AUT , M. D. , Kye and Htr , opp. pootoQIta
ltt , I. . J3. ORADDV.
Ocullat Hnd AmM. S. W l&th r.d Tainhim flto
Pliotccrapncra.
OKO. Hr.VN. ruor.
Orand Central Onllcty ,
212 Hilt-couth SticcU
near Uaconlc Hill. Htst-cltio Work and Prompt-
Plumbing , Uai end utaain I
P. W. TAUP V & CO. , 21612 Ht , bet. Fwnhurn
aud Douglas. Work pronip y attended to.
D. rtTZl'ATUlCK. 1 0auctUi 8troe > .
aiming an aper aiglng.
TKNKY A. KOSTKHS. 141 Dodge Blieet
Shoe Store * .
Phillip Lan 1120 Farnham ft lt 18th A Ilttr.
Bocond Hand Store.
PRRKINS d LKAH , Hlfl UouirUi St. . New and
Bocond HandFurnlturo , UOUM VSirnlthlnirOoodi.
ftc. . . bought and nolil on narrow m rgln > .
Unaertaken.
C1IA8. RIHWB , 1011 Fnrnlmm bcl. 10th ft lltd.
DO Oont Otoret.
P. C. CAOKU3 K rnhani SI. , rancr OoodP
Baloone ,
HKN11Y KAUFS1ANN ,
tn tna now bilck block on DotiirlM Btrtiel , h
Jusi oj''nod n coot ckgAtit lIccJ 1UU.
Uob I.unch from 10 to 12
every day.
11 Caledonia " J , FALCOIIItU 870 IBth StroH.
WEIGHT ONLY 100 IBS.
riSsg ? ? fe&
4000 > Bi
WAGON
BOX'
Can Be Handled By a Boy.
The box need never bo tiken oO the wngon anil
oil theihollcd >
Jraiu and Grass Seed Is Saved !
It coslslcsa than tlio oltl eUlo racks. Every
tandard wagon la cnlil with our rack complete.
BUY NONE WITHOUT IT.
Or buy tbo attachments acd apply them to
our old wagon box. For cnlo In Nebraska by
J. C.'C'MHK. I.'llCOln.
MANNING it 1 1ms , Qualm.
Fnr.i > > KDDit , ( Irand Inland.
lUoaiKTr &ORKKX , llast'ni ' ; ) .
CIUIIUH bCiiKOHKK.il , Columbuii.
BrtNonLRJc VVSH , ItcdC'loud ,
0. II. CtUNK & Co. , lied Oak , Iowa.
li. W. UuMKU'.OIomvoo'l , low * .
And every II rut class dtnler In the west. A k
.hem for dcucrlptho circular or feud direct
to us.
J , McOallum Bros. Manuf'g Oo.r ,
Ofllce , 21 West Like Street , Chicago.
_ mi > y23-lw
FOR
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
.MILWAUKEE.
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEWYORKBOSTON
, ,
And all Poluta Eatt and South-East
TllELINKCOMI'HISKa
Nearly 4.000 miles , Bolld Smooth Steel Trucks
ill ccnuucitona nro umlo In UNION DbPOTB.
t has a National Ilcpntatlon as belni ; the
Greut Through Our Line , and la unlvortolly
oiic&Jed to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED Half
oad In Iho world lor all classes uf travel ,
Try Hand you \\Ill ilnJ trayolluff a Inxury
DBtCld Of ft llldCOIllfort ,
Through Ticket * vU rhls Celebrated Line foi
ulo at all otnccs In the West.
All Information about Kates of Faro , Sleeping
Car Accommodationj.Tlrno Tablet , Ac , , will bo
cheerfully L-lvon bv ' applylulur to
T. J. I'OTTE'H ,
2d Vlco.l'rj 't * Ocn. Manajror.Chlcago.
PCRCIVAL LOWELL ,
Ocn , Patuei vur A't. ( Chlc o ,
W. J. DAVKNPOHT ,
Gen. AL'eut , Oonncll BluOs.
II , P , UUELL , Ticket AK , ronubft.
moni-ed'ly
ANTI-MONOPOLY LEAGUE.
Illauk lucmbernhlii roltu for the antl-monpoi.r
cft ue. contilolnt ; etatomunt of pnac pie intt-
tods of prvcedure and Instructions how to organ ,
lo , will be sent ou application to 0 , II. Cale
iKlroy , Nth. EnclcuDtUuip. ulB-11

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