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-The Work of Rescuing the Dead
from the Virginia Pocahontas -
Many Bodies Horribly Mangled
and'Others with Their Heads
"v Blown Off.
Union Pacific and Burlington Affairs
Political , Criminal and
NEWS , NOTES.
At Harrisville , Alcona county , Mich
igan , three masked robbers entered the
house of Carl Schultz and killed his son ,
beat the father , mother and daughter into
a state of insensibility , and secured $3,100
in German gold.
. Sadie Haya , thenogress who shot and
killed Police Sergeant Jenks , of St. Louis ,
last October , while ho was attempting to
arrest her on the street , was found guilty
of murder In the'first degree.
A twenty seven hour walking match
between Hunt , the pedestrian , andMcDon-
ald , claiming to be 'he champion of Can
ada , occurred at Dubuque a few days ago.
Hunt's score was 118 miles ; McDonald's
John B , Woodsides , a well known
grocer and deacon in the Presbyterian
church , was arrested at Louisville on a
a charge of receiving stolen property. It is
charged that his store has been' used for
some time as a receptacle of stolen goods
brought there by men in his employ.
The educational bill , as passed , ap
propriates $77,000,000 to be distributed
among the states in proportion to illiteracy ,
on a basis of the census of 1880 , the pay
ment of the money to extend over a series
of eight years.
At the meeting of the Denver and
Rio Grande railway stockholders the annual
report was submitted , showing a surplus of
C$160,000 over fixed charges.
David Wells , of Scott "county , 111. ,
who killed Constable Coats at Glasgow , was
surrendered to the authorities by his father
and brother for a reward of. $1,000 offered
for his capture , and will use the money in
At Louisville , Ky. , Mrs. Fred Metz ,
Jumped from an attic window in the third
story of a building. She fell a distance of
nearly fifty feet , alighting on the sidewalk
T and crushing every bone in her body.
A meeting of the managers of roads
parties to the tripartite agreement forming
the Western Trunk Line association , met
at Chicago for the purpose of consulting
upon plans ior harmonizing the differences
between the association and the Burlington
road. The session was secret , but it is un
derstood that matters progressed to an ex
tent rendering the formation of a pool be
tween the association and the Burlington
Dr. J. P. Newman , of New York ,
sent in his resignation as pastor of
the Madison avenue Congregational church
to take effect May 1st.
The wheat panic in Chicago has at
tracted much attention throughout Califor
nia and prices are depressed.
Superintendent Walling , of the New
York police department , is seriously ill
from nervous prostration , overwork and
legislative investigation. |
The First National bank at Monmouth -
mouth , 111. , closed its doors on the 8th.
The cause assigned is speculation by Cashier -
, ier Hubbard , whose deficit is estimated at
$45,000 to $100,000.
The striking nail workers at War-
ham , Mass. , voted to return to * work at re
Three wrecking schooners are taking
out the cargo of the wrecked steamer Stein-
mann. Divers report that the steamer is
upright and the deck-houses in place , but
the hull shows signs of going to pieces.
Mail advices from Havana state that
Aquero landed without resistance and nu
merous fictions joined him on his march to
the interior. Sis forces encountered troops
several times but obliged them to retreat.
Senator Vest has reported from the
committee on commerce the bill granting
authority to the Illinois and Mississippi
railway company to build a bridge across
the Mississippi river at any point north of
Grand Avenue in the city of St. Louis , "
Hubbard , the defaulting cashier of
the First National bank at Monmouth , HI. ,
was rendering assistance to the bank offi
cials in arriving at the extent and charac
ter of the shortage in the bank's finances
and was to liave put in appearance next
day , but failed to appuar at the appointed
hour , and Is supposed to have made good
Mail and passenger service over the
Mexican Central road to the United States
has been inaugurated.
A Las Vegas special says Juan B.
Patrone , a wealthy and highly respected
citizen , and ex-speaker of the territorial
legislature , was assassinated by Mitch.
Mancy , a oowboy , who will probably be
"At Pillsbury , while digging sand
from the hillside , the bank caved in , bury
ing Samuel Keelin , aged 21 , and William
Shroud under several tons of earth. Both
were dead when taken out.
There were 175 business failures dur
ing the past week in the United States and
89 in Canada , compared with 212 the pre
A jail delivery occurred at Des
Moines on the night of the llth , and John
Lay , Fred Dona , Andrew Mulhallanan ,
George Knight , Dan Smith , Wm. Calbert ,
Ed Kelley , Thomas Lalley , James Quan ,
Thos. White , Uke and Elijah Walters ,
Wm. Howard and Ed Ryan escaped. They
succeeded ia digging a hole through a brick
wall and were assisted by parties on the
outside , mopt them of serving short Jail
The Butler county , Kansas , corn for
the Ohio liver flood sufferers was formally
* delivered to the relief committee appointed
by the Cincinnati chamber of commerce.
The chamber was decorated with the de
signs used on the cars in conveying the corn.
Speeches were made by members of the re
lief committee and of ttie party accompany
ing the train.
Advices from the City of Mexico say
the trouble over the stamp act Is practically
settled , the government having agreed to a
modification of the act so that only goods
actual'y sold shall be stamped.
The state department has no confir
matioQ of the cable report that Minister
Langston has demanded of the Haytian
eovernment $100,000 indemnity for Ameri
can losses in the September riots , or a sur
render of Mole St. Nicholas as a guarantee
that the money will be paid.
A cablegram has been received by
the secretary of state from Adam Badeau ,
tendering bis resignation as consul-general
The postoffice department , from fig
ures received already , estimates the rev
enues of tbe department for the fiscal year
ending June 3 < > tb next at $43,262,449 , a ele-
crea-e of $2.2)6,246 ) compared with the pre
ceding fiscal year.
THK OUTLOOK IN EGYPT.
A Cairo dispatch of the 7th.say's :
General Graham reached this city to-day.
General Stephenson , commander-in-chlef ,
will to-morrow review the troops returning
from Suakim. Malor Hunter has returned
to Aden , having Visited Berbera , Purraru
and Zeilu. points inSomate territory , south
of the Gulf of Aden. There has been some
doubt as to the feeling of the tribes inhabit
ing that section , but Hunter reports them
well disposed toward the Egyptian govern
ment. Although agitated over the condi
tion of affairs in Soudan , there will be no
danger of trouble , he believes , so long as a
British gunboat ID allowed to remain in the
vicinity. There are also four French men-
of-war lying in tbe Gulf of Aden.
The republican mass convention at
Point Pleasant , W. Va. , declared in favor
of Bla'ne and Lincoln.
The first republican , county conven
tions in Iowa this year were held in Bre-
mer and Clinton counties , and delegates in
favor of Blalne for president were chosen
in both counties.
The directors of the Louisville board
of trade have endorsed tbe action of the
New York chamber of commerce , asking
congress to stop the coinage of silver del
lars.The result of the republican city cau
cuses at Watertown , N. Y. , make that
congressional district for Blaine.
Democrats of Pennsylvania , iu state
convention , declared in favo'r of Samuel J.
Bandall for president.
The greenback national * convention
has been postponed till June 2d. The con
vention was to have been held on May 28th.
The Thirty-second ( N. Y. ) congres
sional district republican convention elected
James D. Warren and Josiah Jewett dele
gates to the national convention. Resolu
tions were adopted endorsing Arthur's ad
ministration and commending him for re
A correspondent gives the following
summary of presidential preferences of the
delegates from Missouri to the republican
national convention : Blaine 11 , Arthur 9 ,
Logan 7 , Edmunds 5. None of tbe dele
gates are strongly pronounced in their
preferences , however , and will doubtless
be governed largely by the views of dele
gates from republican states.
The republican conference of the
Fourteenth congressional district met at
Harrisburg , Pa. , and selected delegates to
Chicago. They were required to sign a
pledge to support Blaine long before the
Republicans of the Ninth congres
sional district at Gilman , 111. , renomlnated
Lewis E. Payson for congress.
The fight in the congressional dis
tricts embraced in Chicago and Cook coun
ty resulted in the defeat of Logan in three
out of four.
The republican convention of the
Fourteenth ( N. Y. ) congressional 'district
elected Collector Wm. K. Robertson and
Assemblyman James W. Husted delegates
to Chicago. The delegates are uninstruct-
ed. A motion was made that Blaine was
the choice of the convention , but a substi
tute setting forth that any good republican
was the choice of the convention was car
820,000 Gpne !
SAN FRANCISCO , Cal. The Chroni
cle publishes- substance the follow
ing marvel. Captain W. F. Swasey ,
the oldest pioneer of the coast , makes
a statement of the intense suffering of
his friend Colonel D. J. Williamson ,
an army officer of distinction , and an
ex-U. S. consul , who was attacked in
the winter of 1861-2 with violent rheu
matism. * So great was his agony in
after years , he became a helpless crip
ple , and after trying numberless reme
dies , the baths of other countries and
spending a fortune of $20,000 , the dis
ease seemed to assume a more virulent
type. Finally , he was persuaded to try
St. Jacobs Oil , the great conqueror of
pain. It worked a miracle of cure. In
a letter to the Chronicle he confirms
Capt. Swasey's statement and adds :
"I cheerfully give my unqualified at
testation to the truthfulness of tte
statement , because I feel perfectly cer
tain that a knowledge of my cure by
St. Jacobs Oil , will prove the means of
relieving hundred of sufferers. "
Extent of the Czar's Estate.
One may form some idea of the ex
tent of the possessions belonging to the
Russian emperor as property immedi
ately attached to the crown when we
hear that the Altai estates alone cover
an area of 40,000,000 desjatins , or over
170,000 square miles , being about three
times the size of England and Wales.
The Nertchinsk estates , in eastern Sibe
ria , are estimated at about 18,000,000
desjatins. In the Altai estates are situ
ated the gold and silver mines of Bar
naul , Paulov , Smijov andXoktjepp , the
copper foundry at Sasoum and the
great iron works at Gavrilov , in the
Salagirov district. The receipts from
these enormous estates are in a ridicu
lously pitiful ratio" to. their extent. In
the year 1882 they amounted to 950-
000 rubles , or a little more than 95-
000 ; while for 1883 the revenue was
estimated at less than half this sum , or
about 400,000 rubles. The rents , etc. ,
gave a surplus over expense of admin
istration of about a million and a half
of roubles. Ou the other hand , the
working of the mines showed a deficit
of over a million ; hence the result just
indicated. A partial explanation of
this very unsatisfactory state of things
is to be found in the situation of the
mines , which are generally in places
quite destitute of wood , while the
smelting works were naturally situated
in districts where wood abounds , some
times as much as 600 or 700 kilometres
distant from the mines. The cost of
transport of rawtmaterials became con
siderable in this way. By degress all
the wood available in the neighborhood
of the smelting works became used up ,
audit was necessary to fetch wood
from distances of even over 100 kilo
metres. Formerly the mines were
really penal settlements , worked by
convicts , who were partly helped by
immigrants , whose sons were exempted
from military service on the condition
of working in the mines. But since
the abolition of serfdom this system has
been quite altered , and there is now a
great deal of free labor on the ordinary
The increasing alea of Plan's Cure attests Ita
.aim as the but cough remedy.
* " -p - " - -
A Dexter man has succeeded in skat
ing seventy-five miles in eight hours enroller
roller skates. We know of a number
of men who can skate eight miles , in
seventy-five hours , good day and track.
[ Bockland Courier.
Atf EYE FOE AN EYE.A
An Oo\xll t's Triumph.
Transplanting a Babbit' * Conjunctiva
Into a Human Eye.
Fiom tbe Oranba Ceo.
In surgery , no less than in medical
science , wonderful progress has been
made in the last score of years. The
knife in the hands of 'the skillful sur
geon is made to perform for the benefit
of humanity cures and changes which
a quarter of a century ago would have
been considered entirely beyond the
power of man. This was strongly ex
emplified in a difficult but * neauy exe
cuted case of surgery performed by
Dr. Graddy , the oculist , of this city , a
few days ago. The reporter had been
invited to witness the transplanting
of a piece of rabbit's eye to the
eye of a young man. Anxious
to witness an operation rare in opthal-
mic surgery , he was promptly on hand.
All the preparations had been made for
the event. Glittering surgical instru
ments lay open on the secretary , and
Dr. Graddy was explaining the peculiar
features oi the operation about to be
performed to several medical gentle
men who were present as assistants.
"I am about to transplant a portion
of the conjunctiva of that rabbit , in the
right eye of this boy1 said the doctor ,
in reply to a question , as he pointed tea
a young man some nineteen years of
age. "The conjunctiva is the mucuous
membrane which lines the interior of
the eyelids and exterior of the eyeball.
The lad is nearly blind from partial
blepharophimosis or partial closure of
the lids. He has been under treatment
for some lime and I have made good
progress with his left eye by drawing
new membrane into the corner and
holding it in plaee until it became at
tached , but all my'efforts to produce
the same effect in the right eye have
failed on account of the friable nature
of that portion of the conjunctiva
which remains. I now propose to re
place it with new tissue taken fro.m the
eye of that rabbit and let it grow in
place of his own. "
A few moments only were necessary
to etherize the patient. A pair of del
icate scissors , in Dr. Graddy's skillful
hand , quickly prepared the diseased
eye for the reception of the new mem
brane by the removal of the old
cicatrices or scars , which' disfigured
the inside of the corner of the eyelids
of the unconscious patient , and left
them raw and bleeding.
"New I am ready for the rabbit , "
said the doctor. A cloth was quickly
thrown over Bunny's head , and in a
trice he was as unconscious of pain as
the patient whose eyes he was to assist
in restoring to health. Scissors and
forceps and scalpel were now called
into requisition , and the doctor began
the difficult work of dissecting from
around the rabbit's eye the deli
cate membrane which was to be trans
planted to the human eye. Deftly ,
bit by bit , it was disengaged from the
adhering tissues and held by slender
curved needles , through whose eyes
were drawn silken threads , which were
to "attach it to its new home. . Five
minutes of rapid work only were nec
essary to complete the dissection , when
the conjunctiva , a thin and delicate
membrane , was lifted from the rabbit
by the threads and carried over to the
patient , who had recovered from the
effects of the ether. . The eyelids were
lifted and the quivering membrane
carefully dropped into the corner , trim
med until it fitted precisely the abraded
surface and then deftly sewn by three
or four stitches to the place. The pa
tient's eyes were then bandaged and he
was dismissed with the injunction to
remain quietly in bed for four days.
Dr. Graddy stated that it was not a par
ticularly rare operation , but one not
frequently performed outside of the
large eastern cities. The disease is
sometimes congenital , but in the pres
ent case he thought must be the result
of either inllamation at an early age or
aciite and long continued granulation
of the lids. The patient's skin was
naturally of a puffy character , contain
ing a good deal of fat under it , and this
increased the difficulty.
A medical gentleman who , like the
reporter , was present as a spectator ,
remarked that the operation was sp'en-
didly performed , and the reporter fully
coincided with this opinion.
'Emerson and Phillips.
Boston Letter to Hartford Oourant.
Mild a man as Ralph Waldo Emer
son was , he resented Wendell Phillips'
attacks upon personal character with a
feeling such as was shown by few of
his contemporaries. Mr. Phillips and
Mr. Emerson being both Boston boys ,
and in the Latin school at the same
time , and also sympathizing with each
other in the early days ot the antislavery -
slavery , were on lathei intimate terms
of intercourse through much of their
lives. The placid philosopher was
probably led to wonder at the vehe
mence of manner of Mr. Phillips on
more than one occasion. Mr. Emerson
never had controversies with anyone
himself. He simply shunned the soci
ety of those who were not congenial.
You may remember his quiet remark
when he was once represented by a
clergyman of the orthodox faith as the
incarceration of evil because of his lack
of agreement with evangelical sects in
his theological views. "Our friend
seems a very earnest man , " he is re
ported to have said. But Mr. Emerson
did break with Mr. Phillips. The lat
ter went to Concord in one of the But
ler campaigns , and uttered a violent
philippic against Judge Hoar. Emer
son heard it , and after the address was
over , when Mr. Phillips approached
him to take his hand as usual , it was
declined with dignity and firmness.
There was never any intercourse be
tween the two men after that. They
met not frequently , but when they were
thrown into the same company Mr.
Emerson declined all intercourse with
one who , he said , had been so unfair
and unjust in his treatment of his friend
Judge Hoar. His language was still
stronger than this , but perhaps it is
not gracious to quote it at the p'resent
Platinum wire has been drawn so fine
as to be absolutely invisible to the naked
THE PRIZES PBOMPTLY PAID.
The Division of Fifteen Thotuand Dollars
Drawn In tbe Louisiana tottery.
AbouE the first of March twenty-
seven workmen at the West Milwau
kee shops of the St. Paul road , nearly
all of whom were employed in the
paint department , conceived the idea
of trying their luck in the forthcom
ing drawing of the Louisiana State lot
tery. With the exception of one or
two , who took two chances , the men
each contributed one dollar , which was
invested in tickets and a pool formed.
The drawing took place at New Or
leans on the llth inst. , and a few days
afterwards Henry Rivers , foreman of
the railway company paint shops , who
had been intrusted with the matter , re
ceived advices from Mr. Dauphin ,
president of the Louisiana lottery , that
ticket No. 14,467 had drawn the first
capital prize of § 75,000 , one-fifth of
the ticket being held by the Milwaukee
pool , entitling the members to § 15,000.
Last week ( Tuesday ) the money was
paid to Mr. Rivers through the Marine
and Fire Insurance Company's bank.
The windfall has been divided among
the fortunate investors , each receiving
$555 65. The men were highly elated
over their unexpected good fortune ,
and the promptness with , which the
money was paid by the lottery manage
ment. Nearly every cent of the mo
ney has been invested in homesteads.
A Wisconsin reporter made a search
for the names of the lucky men , but
several who were seen refused to talk
about their lucky streak. Milwaukee
( Wis. ) Evening Wisconsin , March 31st.
The London Medical Record says
that three scholarships have been
iounded at the School of Medicine for
Women in ingston , Canada which
was opened in November and the fu
ture of the institution is financially
The Moliere plastrou in various
forms is much worn.
'Tls Frequently Recommended.
Mr. H. C. Mooney , of Astoria , Ills. ,
writes jis that Allen's Lung Balsam.which
he has sold for fifteen years , sells better
than any other Cough remedy , and gives
general satisfaction.Tis frequently recom
mended by the medical profession here.
Vanity keeps persons in favor with them
selves who are out of favor with all others.
The simplest and best regulator of the
disordered Liver In the world are Carter's
Little Liver Pills. They give prompt relief
in Sick Headache , Dizziness , Nausea , etc. ;
prevent and cure Constipation and Files ;
remove Sallowness and jfImples from the
Complexion , and are mild and gentle in
their operation on the bowels. Carter's
Little Liver Fills are small and as easy to
take as sugar. One pill a dose. Price 25
When you come to Omaha , take the
Street Cars or 'Jtw for the Metropolitan
Hotel. § 2.00 per day. Tables as good
any $3.00 per day house.
A fish that combines state and church-
Pare Cod-tlver Oil , made from selectedlHvors
on the sea shore by CASWELL , HAZARD & Co. , New
York. It ia absolutely pure and sweet. Potlenta
who have once taken it prefer it to all others. Phy
sicians have decided it superior to any of tbe other
oils In market.
Chapped Hand * , Face , Pimples , and Rough
Bkln , cored by using JUNIPER TAB SOAP , made by
CABWELL , HAZARD & Co. , New York.
Boston's new sewerage system has proved
"Mother Swan's Worm Syrnp , " forfever-
ishness. restlessness , worms , constipation ; taste *
le s. 25o.
General Butler will be orator in New
York Decoration day. _
Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator vege
table. Try it when gentle cathartic action
is needed. _
"A happy medium" one who makes
money In the clairvoyant business.
"Wells' Health Renewer"
re tores health and rigor , cures Dyspepsia , Impo
Edmund About hasearaed$2,000,000with
his pen. _
GRAVE RUN MILLS , Baltimore co. ,
MESSRS. KENNEDY & Co. : The Carbo-
line is making young hair come on my bald
FETER F. SHEARER.
This a fair sample of the cirtificates
which are received daily at the Fittsburgh
Gen. Augur should command the army
of the African Boers. _
Mr. "W. N. Woodward , a prominent mer
chant at Clyde , Kans. , reports to Dr. .
Dickerson & Stark , of the Kansas City Sur
gical Institute , that his son has completely
recovered from his spinal affection , that he
has grown as stout and straight as any boy.
Cuba was discovered by Columbus , Octo
ber 28 , 1492. _
Samaritan Nervine , the great nerve con
queror , is invaluable in nervous prostra
Soon going to seed the farmer.
Eternal hanging is the prize of vigilants .
"Rough on Consth * . " 15c. , 25c. , 50 < x. at Drug
gists. complete cure Coughs , Hoarseness , Bora
It will take $5,156,669 to run the Chicago
ciiy government in 1884. _
Sprains , bruises , stiff joints , burns ,
scalds , and rheumatism are relieved by
Uncle Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment.
Sold by Druggists. _
Worms cause peevishness , fever" , con
vulsions and frequently death. A pleasant ,
safe and certain remedy is Dr. JAQUE'S
GERMAN WORM CAKES. Sold by all
Druggists . * _
Headache , constipation , liver complaint ,
biliousness are cured by that mild , cleans
ing remedy which never produces pain ,
EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER FILLS.
Only 2o cts. Sold by Druggists.
An economical mun will keep the leather
of his harness soft and pliable , which pre
serves it from cracking or ripping. H& al
ways uses UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS OIL.
Sold by all Harness Makers.
One-third of all who die In active middle
life are carried off by consumption. The most
frequent cause is a neglected cold , cough ,
hoarseness , bronchial trouble or asthma ,
all of which may be permanently cured by
EILERT EXTRACT OP TAR AND WILD
CHEItRY. Sold bv DnigglstH.
A farmer's wealth depeuds on the con
dition of his stock. When scraggy and fee
ble they are espeially liable to distempers
fevers , colds , and all diseases which de
stroy animals. Thousands of dollars are
saved annually by that valuable old stand
by , UNCLE SAM'S CONDITION FOW-
DER : _ . _
Restless , fretful , crying children are suf
fering and need for their relief DR. WINCH-
ELL'S TEETHING SYRUP , which Is use
ful not only for all the diborders of teething
infanta , but cures coughs , croups , sore
throat , colic and cramps of older children.
and should always be kept in every house
for emergencies. Only 25 ots. Sold by all
When you visit or leaveJtfew York City ,
save Baggage , Exprcssa o and Carriage
Hire , andstopatGRANDUNIONHOTEL ,
opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 elegant
rooms , fitted up at a costof one million dollars
lars , reduced to $1 and upwards per day.
European plan. Elevator. Restaurant
supplied with the beat. Horse-cars , stages
and elevated railroads to all depots. Fam
ilies can live better for less money at the
Grand Union Hotel than at any other first-
class hotel In the city. _
Stop at the Metropolitan Hotel when
in Omaha. The best $2.00 per day
house in the west. Tables as good as
any 83.00 per day house.
The truly valiant dare everything but do
Ing any other body an injury.
ou Tooth Ache. " Aik for It. In-
itant relief , quick cure. lie. Draggista.
The value of school property in the south
is about $5.000,006. _
' 'May God blsss you , ' ' said Rey. W. L.
Martin , of'Mechanfcstown , Md. ' 'Samar
itan Nervine cured my fits. " $1.60 at Drug
A bucking horse Is frequently the power
behind the throne.
WHKAT No. 2 . 65 O 63
BARLEY No . " 2 . 56 ® 66X
RYE No. 8 . 37X ® 38
CORN No. 2 . SIX ® 34X
OATS No. 2 . 28 ® 80X
TLOUR Wheat Graham. . 2 75
CHOP FEED Per cwt . 90
SHORTS Per ton . U 00
GRANGES Messina , per bz 3 75 © 00
LEMONS MesSlna , perbx 4 00 0 4 25
APPLES Fer barrel . 8 75 O 4 00
GUTTER Creamery . 80 0 82
BUTTER Best country roll 16 O 19
SGGS Fresh. . ! . 12 ® 13
DHICKENS Per doz , live. 400
CHICKENS Drsd , per lb.12 © 13
HAMS Ferlb . 13X
EAY In bulk , per ton. . . 6 00 © 7 00
LiARD Refined per tb. . . . 15
SHEEP . 350 O 450
STEERS . 4 25 O 5 25
HOGS . 6 00 O 6 30
CALVRS . 550 O 650
WHEAT Fer bushel . 81 > 4' ©
CORN Per bushel , . 45X ©
OATS Per bushel . 28 © 30K
Pome . . . ' . . 17 CO fa ) 17 70
LARD . 8 60 © 8 C2K
HOGS Ffckg and shlpp'g. 6 00 © 6 35
CATTLE Exports . 6 40 © 6 65
SHEEP Medium to good. . 5 20 © 6 00
WHEAT Per bushel . 1 07K © 1 08
CORN Per bushel . 45 ©
OATS Per bushel . 34 ©
CATTLK Exports . 625 © 6 75
SHKKP Medium . 350 © 5 00
HOGS Packers . 5 75 © 6 10
Ely's Cream Balm is doing wonders.
I advise sufferers from Catarrh to lay other
remedies aside. I believe it is tbe only
remedy that will cure this terrible disease ,
from which I have suffered twenty years.
CHARLES GARRABRANT , Shoe Merchant ,
885 Broad St. , Newark , N. J. ( Price 50
cents per bottle. )
Having used Ely's Cream Balm for Ca
tarrh and Cold in the Head , I am satisfied
that it is a first-rate preparation and would
recommend it to anvone affected. R. W.
CHEEVER , Editor Herald , Clinton , Wis.
( Price 50c. See adv't. )
Des Momes , Iowa , has a printers' brass
GOOD FOR MAN OR BEAST. The Army
and Navy Liniment cures Colic. Scratches
and other diseases. For particulars see ad
Michigan has now 2,074 insane people in
Throat Diseases commence with a
Cough , Cold , or Sore Throat. "Brown's
Bronchial Troches''give immediate relief.
Sold only in boxes. Price 25 cts.
A long , felt , want the need of a new ,
high-crowned , soft hat.
DISEASES OF THE
, , , , ,
OMAHA , NEB.
AT 4 PER CENT.
fSS' * Principal need ceTer be paid Ti ff
* * ? olonzo * Interest bLcptnp. * * * *
No security required except for interest , and then onljr penonlL
rime loans are for poor or men nl moderate means , in amount ]
of $100. $200 FOlt LIFE. Send four cents for particulars
V. Uobert * . Manager. 18S W. ith HU Cinclonatl. O.
Send Stamp tor my circular , "llow I nunaga
poultry ; 3750. $1.300. SI. COO a year.
How to make poultry profitable. Hcrsrtomuka
an Incubator costing leu than 85. How to
build cheap poultry houses. Preserve ezgs.
Cure Cholera ; Slake Hern Ley ; ' General Man
agement , etc. . etc. l.OOO things for the poul
try yard. A new book. C. G. BESSEY ,
ABIIXNE. KANSAS. Breeder of Plymouth
Bock fowls and Poland-China rwine. % ,
AGENTS WARTf-D to Be positively the FAST-
! iMj-lr " " EST SELLINO OOK IN THE
. .viMtKKC.T ! S3TElVX' 8 CMIVER8A.I. ED
TJCATOK , " 1 00 pages. 470 lllu trailons ; PuICE
LOW : over OO.OOO told Kxcl 8ive territory and
the most liberal terms over offered. Address , KAN
SAS LITV f UB. Co. , 100 West Mnth stieet , Kansas
City , Mo. _ -
Xbava a posiilvo remedy for the above disease ; byltS )
as * thousands of cases of the wont kind and of long
tandlBir have been cured. Indeed , PO strong Is my faltS
In its efficacy , that I will send TWO BOTTLES FREE , to
gether with a VALUABLE TKEATISEon this dl Au , tO
aujyaufferer. Give Express and P.O. address.
PR. T. A. bLOCUlI. Ml Pearl 8U Neir York.
MTHB BEST 18 CHEAPEST. "
ENGINES , TURFQUER *
HenePoweri nnLOnLno cioTerHBllera
( Ri'ItrdtoeJlwctlons. ) . let
ad Price * to Th Aultman < fc Taylor Co. . M n fleld.
EVERLASTIN6 FiNCE POSTS
Ash or m y * of \rcod made to lost as look aa Cedar ,
by > x eliuple process costing less than 2c a pi > * ca
t > tnd fl.OJfor receipt to W.Lu ntollwajrtratmanMo. .
81 arntpoat i > Rld a f h t nlclt'e
plated i2l. . revolver. 32 cal.5 shot nickle
iplaien SI.CS. pauldlng-t League B-ll * i.iO
'I'atnloguefree of i.uos , Planing Tackle
and Sporting Goods. euker& klnntr.Hockford. 111.
learn Telegraphy hero and
earn bte wages. Situations
furnished. Address , with stamp , VAI ENTINE
BROS. , JaiiesYille , Wls.
I earn TFI FfiRlPHY * * * xenu * business
0001 Situation * . BEST
chance ever offered. AdJ.O.BROfrv.MKr.SedallaMo
IA/-A-NTJED experienced Book and Bible Amenta In
II every County. Liberal Salaries Paid. Address
stating experience , P. O. Box jr. R. , Ht. Lou Is , "Mo.
ABKHTH W-A.HT.EI > for the beat and t uteti
selling Pictorial Books and Bibles. Price reduced
13 per cunt. NATIONAL PUB. Co. . Bt. Ural * , Mo.
Easy to use. A certain cure. Not expensive. Three
months' trea'ment in ono package. Good for Cold
in the Head , Ilcndache , Dizziness , Way Fever , Ac.
Fifty cents. By all IJrusgists. or hy mall.
E. T HAZKLTINK. W rre . . Pa ,
W N U Omaha 202-1G
WHEN WHITING TO ,
please say you saw the advertisement in
Survival of the Fittest !
| A FIMILT MEDICINE THAT BIS
MILLIONS DUBISa 35 IIAMI
A. BAUI FOtt EVERY WOUND OF |
MAN AND BEAST !
EVER HADE IN AMERICA.
SALES LABGER THAN
Tbo Mexican Mustang : Liniment h
I been known for moro than thirty-five !
I Tears ns the best of all Liniments , forl
I Man and Beast. Its sales to-day arcl
llargcr than ever. It euros when all I
I others fail , and penetrates skla , tendonl
land muscle , to the very bono. Sole
Cure. JTot a Liq
uid or Snnff. lp-
. , , ply with Finger.
KAY EVERGIre jf Tria , .
SOcenU v " < r' s. CO coma by mall registered
Bend for ci- < " ' '
Er.y Tton-T-HBRS. Drugging , Owego. N. Y.
The kidneys act u
purifiers of the blood
and wnen their func-
tlona are Interfered
itltb through weak-
nets , ttey need ton-
InR. They become
by the use of Uof-
h 1 tiers , w ten failing
shorter relief from
other sources. 'Jhls
tonic also prevent *
and arrests fever
and ague , oonatlps--
dyspepsia , rheuma
Wfc STOMACH tism and other ail
ments D e It wilt
BITTER * regularity. For sale
by all DrogirUM and
Core Headache , Constipation. Chill * and
Fever , and all Bllloua Complaint * .
AU. DRUGGISTS. PRICE 35 CENTS A BOX.
E. FERRETT. AOEJTT.
372 Pearl Street , N.T.
DR. HENDERSON I
COG A COS Wyandotte St.ytarf \ fractiee 12 *
KANSAS CITY , MO. L Ckicap > .
Authorized by the State to treat
Chrouic , Kervons and Private Dis-
eapee. Asthma , Epilepsy. Rhenma-
tism.Pilce.Tape-wonn , Urinary and
[ Skin Diseases , SEMINAL > : AKNMS
Anight lottts ) , SEXUAL DEBUJTT
( fast of tejcual fmver ) , &C. Cures
' or money refunded. Charges low.
Thousands of rages cared No Injurious medicines
ni-ed. No detention from business. All medicines
furnished even to patients at a distance. Consnl-
tationfreeand confidential call or write. Age and
experience are important. A BOOK for both
sexes Illustrated and circulars of other things
Bent sealed lor two Sc stamps , free Museut *
JLH : FGOTE'8 Original KETHODS
ni n cvcQMadeNewwithontdoc-
ULU C I UU torc.mediclnoorglassea TT A TIT TX
RIIPTII BF Cured witbo't operation ti 11IIJ | | i
nUll U | it or uncomfortable truss. * * " * * - * -
Cured vithontcnttinp ; flmm |
newpainle8SEafe,8nie .l , I | . | 1 1
Deblllly , etc. : canes l'Wl'1J
and i-atlonal treatment , f . , . '
PU R n U IP Diseases of all kin. ] ? pamphlets
UnnUnlUsoculI l "incnraWe. " lOc.each. )
Address Dr. E. n. FOOTE , Hex 7SS , N. Y. City/
Will buy 2"i per cent , more Groceries at the Old Re
liable store of
< J. IS. FRENCH it CO. , OMA1IA ,
than con be b ugtu elsewhere in the state. They sell
12 lb . A. Sugar for . . . - SI OO
13 1-2 in * . H rn C Bnjrnr for - 81.OO
11 1-2 Ib . Granulated Pngurior - Sl.OO
14 lb . AewOrlvuni Sugar for - 81.OO
And other Roods in pron * rtlon. Send for Monthly
trice List , J. B. FRENCH & CO. , OMABA.
Sold by ALL DEALERS throughout the World.
< SoidST del Par In Exposition , 1878.
U.S.STAKDAK ) , 5 TON
UONES WAGON SCALES ,
Itou LaTen , 8te l Brtriocs , Brut
Tare Bom and Bcm Bos ,
JON E3 Ji r r th freight t > r & *
Price Lift mention thli paper and
addrtu JOHES OF BINQHAift . 'Off ,
2V. Y *
Has a fad different from all
otheir.ls cup abape , with Self-
Adjti tintr Ball In center , adapt *
itself toaUposJtlonsortbo body
while tbe ball ! n the cup
_ presses back the intes-
> * r tinea just as a person
doeawjth the finger. y tE ii t prw ur taelftr
nial held securely day and nlat , and a radical core
certain. It is ea-v.anraMe and cheap. Sent by malL O
Calarsfreo. IGOLtSTOS 7BI.68 fO. . Olcmc . VO./
$26.00 REWARD 1
We will pay the above reward for any case ol
Rheumatism or Neuralgia we cannot cure. It will
relleTO any case of Diphtheria or Croup Instantly.
Army and Nary Lin ment will relieve pain and sore
ness and remove any unnainral growth of bone or *
muscle on man or beast. Price per bottle : Large ,
11 ; small , 60c. Will refund tbe money for any fail-
nre. Army undJTii-vy Liniment Co. , 61 Wabaih
ATB. , Chleaao. Richardson & Co. , Wholesale Drog-
rrtsta. St. Louis , afo. . western agentt.
A new treataent. A
CANCER positive cure. Dr. W C.
Payi e , Marshall town. In.
It is a well-known fact that most of the
j Horse and Cattle Powder sold In this coan-
[ try Is worthless ; that Sheridan's Condl-
jtlon Powder is absolutely pure and very
jaluablc. j . Nothing on Earth will
jmnke hens lay like Sheridan's
! Condition Powder. IHwe , one tcii pnnnful to each- pint of food. It wilt al o prevent and euro
fUfll CE > A H' Cholera , &c. S < jld ct erywhere , or sent by mail for
% f nv/kCTCMj ; > 5 cents in stamps. Also furnished hi large cans , for
breeders'use , price $1.00 ; by mall , $1.20. Circulars sent FREE. I. S. JOHXSON' & CO. , Boston , Mas * .
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