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PRIVATE HENRY'S DEATIT.
37ie Arctic Replorer Who teat Shot by Order
of Lieut. Greely.
XJtt Commanding Officer Mulcts Ofjlctal Jle-
.port Regarding the Same.
The following is Lieutenant Greely'a
official report of the execution of Private
Henry , made to the adjutant general :
"I have the honor to report that on June
0,1884 , at Cainp Clay , near Cape Sabin ,
Grinnell Land , it became necessary for mete
to order the military execution or Private
Charles B. Henry. Fifth cavalry. The
order wan given In writing on my undivided
responsibility , being deemed absolutely
essential for the safety of the surviving
members of the expedition. Ten had al
ready died of starvation , and two more Iny
at the point of death. Tie facts inducing
my action were as follows :
Provisions bad been sto'en in November ,
1883 , and Henry's complicity therein wna
more than buspectcd. On March 24 , 1884 ,
the party nearly perished from aspuyxU.
WUlo fccveral men were unconscious , and
while efforts were being made fur their
restoration , Private Henry stole about two
pounds of bacon from the mesa RIOIVH.
He was not only seen by the E-kimo
Jens and Edwards , but his stomach being
overloaded , he throw up the undigested
bacon. An open Investigation was held ,
and every member of the parly declared
him guilty of these and other thefts. A
clamor fur his life was raised , but was repressed -
pressed Ity mo. I put him under survell-
anc 5 until our waning strength rendeied
his physical services indi pens.ible. Later
he was found one day intoxicated , having
stolen liquor on hand for medicinal use. A
second time his life was demanded , but
again spired him. On June 5th a theft of
provision ? , on his pm , having' been re *
ported to mp , I had a conveisition wiih
him , in wulcu I appealed to bis practical
sen be , pointing out that it w.is i ce-sary to
our preservation. He promised entire re
formation , but distruntioc him , I issued a
written ordei thai ho should be shot if de
tected stealing. OnJuneCtb. he not only
stole part of the shrimps for our breakfus. ,
but vmiing unauthorised our winter c imp
stole eenain sel skins reserved for food. I
men ordered him 10 be shot. On bis person
was found it silver chronograph abandoned
by me at Fort Confer and stolen by him.
In his bag was found a large quan
tity of sealskins and a pair of seaiskin boots
stolen a few days before from the hunter.
Suspecting complicity on the part of several ,
T ordered his execution by three of the most
reliable men. After his death the ordtr
was read to the entire party and concurred
in by every member as being not oulv just
but essential to our safety. To avoid pub
lic scandal , I ordered thac no man speak of
tbe matter until the official report was made
of the facts. I have the honor to n quest
that a court of inquiry be ordered , or a
court martial be convened , should the hon
orable secretary of war deem it advisable.
In this case I have thought it best not to ask
written statements of the surviving mem
bers of the pa : ty for appendices to the re
port , lest I might seem to be tampering
with them. I have rot asked since our res
cue , on Jane 22d. whether their opinion : )
concurring in my action have changed or
not , leaving such questions to your action ,
if deemed requisite. I naturally regret that
circumstances imposed such terrible re
sponsibility upon me , but I an conscien
tious in the belief that I should have failtd
in my duty to the rest of my party had I noi
acted promptlv and summarily.
' ( Signed ) A. W. GREELY.
A Chicago dispatch says : " \Villiani
He'.ms , who wrote to Secretary Chandler
deinautlhu an investigation into tbe death
of Private Cuarlts B. Henry , one of the
Greelj'ptrty , in an interview ot some Kn'4tb
relates that bit only relation with the de
ceased is hy mirriare , and tons on y d.s
tantly. The fathe.- and mother ot the de
ceased live in Germany. He has a sister
living at Lincoln , 2vb. , nuned Dor.i Buck.
Henry's proper name is Charles Henr\
Buck , he , having changed h's name enjoining
joining the regular army. Henry is de-
fccribed as apeison of good educa'i m and
well brought up. As to meriti-i ! ; h > s death
Mr. Helms said : ' 'If IIr.ry did steal the
provisions : is Lieutenant Greeh cUiins In-
did , thi iat'er was Ju-i fid in oaring hi- ,
death. " Ij view of o h r ciroumsttn-es
surrounding tbo na&c , however , Mi. Heln -
said he felt Jubtifi id in asking lor an iuv < b
EIHUMING LIEUT. KISLINGIIURY'S BO0T.
Rochester ( N. Y.dispatch : The
most heart-rendering disclosures were
made in this city this morning regarding the
remains of Lieut. Kislmgbury , of the Arc
tic expedition , who died amid the Arctic
snow last June. It is established beyond
all question that cannibalism was resorted
to by the starving men of the Greely expe
dition , and shows that the lives of those
saved were preserved only by eating the
dead bodies of their companions. Lieut.
Kislingbury's relatives here were filled with
horrible doubts as soon as they learned that
disclosures lad been made in New York re
garding cinnlba'ism am > ng the members of
the expedition , and they determine , ! to'
learn the truth by exhuming the remains
and have them examined by competent
physicians. The services of an und .rt.-.ker
were secured , and tnis morning , wiih the
assistance of five men , he accompiishrd the
\vork of taking upthe casket from its icstiug
place. The casket was opened in the pres
ence of Frank KIslingbury and Jjbir P.
Kislingbury , brothers of the deceased ; Dr.
Charles Buckley , DF. . A. lt n'levine ,
Superintendent Sin son , Assistant Superin
I tend ! n § Mandevilie and two reporters of the
Post-Expre s. The work ot opening the
heavy iron recept ce : was found compira-
tively easy , all there was to do b ing 10 un
screw the fifty-two iron bolts which held
down the lid. The noiseless ea e with
which the latter was freed from its bed
showed there was * n absence of ga * in the
casket > > nd it was feared that there m'ght be
no body in the casket at all. Feeling his
way imp ILC nms of cotton waste which
filled tbe coffin to the top , the undertaker
soon exclaimed : "He is there. " Astronji
odor of alcohol , but no very strong sugges
tions of decay , emanated from the caskr.t.
Dr. Buckley , who hud put on a pair of
black feather gloves , uncovered the lower
portion of the coffin and then it appeared i s is
-f one of the leys the right one wasmifs-
ing , but when the waste was all removed it
became apparent that the limb was tied un
der tne left one. A basket was next ;
placed upon the fijor and the en
shrouded form tacen from it and
placed upon a taile. The unkcrtaker
and pbylscians now began and cut the
stitches and unwound the white fheting
which formed tbe first covering. The saett
was taken away. A tarred rope entwining
a blanket was cut and the work of taking off
this last covering began. S owly the blanket
was removed. The bKckened , flesh ess
face , showing marks of Arctic soil , bore no
semolance to tie dead man. Tne skin was
dried to tbe fkuil , and the sightless sockeis
and half-opened moufi grve the dead man
a look ot mute , appealing agony. The re
-r mains were completely identified as those or
Louis Kisltngbury. The ph > siciaus made .1
thorough examinatioa andtaerema BS were
then placed back into the ca-ket andflg-ia
lowered Into te grave. Returning to ihe
city tbe phjtkions made an affidavit in
which they t-ay : "Tiie body , in weigar ,
approxlmatf d in our opinion about fifty
pounds. On examination ot the head no
blgns of wounds or injuries wer vhsible.
Tne skm was not broken. The ears'and
nose were intact. Toe skin and musc'es of
the interior portion of the fate and r.eck
were intact. Frotd the upper portion
of the sternum acd clavicle 10 tbe
lower portion of the fifth rib
on the left side , the bkin and
muscles had all been removed down to the
ribs on the right side. The skin and mus it
cles down to the lower border of the last rib be
were gone. There were two openings be *
twccn tbe fourth and fifth IntercesUl spaces
into the thorario cavity. Tbe skin and mna-
cles on the anterior portion of the abdomen
were InUct to tbe cret of tbe Illlum or pel
vic bone . Tbe mutcles and * kln ot the an
terior Mid posterior of tbe thighs were en
tirely rt-nu-ved except the kkm on the an
terior port-on of the kueo joints. Tbe
muscles and kkin of tbe left leg ere re
moved to within three inches of the ankle
joint. On the right leg the skin and muscles
Were removed to wiiuin five inches ot the
ankle joint. Both feet were intact tbe toes
all present. Tner was no vesilgo of Intcg-
rement or muscles on either arm , Including
the muscles of tbe shoulder bUdes to the
wrl-t Jnlntfr , except on the rluht forehr.n.
Tbe flcthauilnuwcks of both hands were
Intact. ' '
A tireui uui'aewau.
Mr. J. H. Goldsmith , owner ot the
Walnut Grove stock farm , N. Y. , says
of the wondci f il curative qualities of
St. Jacobs Oil , that having long used it
for rheumatism and on hia breeding
fai m for ailments of horses and cattle
he cheerfully accords this great pain-
cure his preference , as the best he ever
used , iu an expei Ljnco of twenty years.
Rejoicing in Polygamy.
August 5th was general election day in
Utah for county officers. The Mormons
swept everything before them as usual. Apostle -
tlo Brighnm Young said in tbe tabernacle :
"Though I ana disfranchised , yet I have sons
and daughters who many times over will
make peed my vote. Although 12,000 arc dis
franchised , yet the atrgregate voting list has
not been depleted. We can never give up
polygamy. Wo cannot yet give up one prin
ciple of our faith. Woe unto him th at denies
the gospel. "
Headache U Immediately relieved by the use o )
Pise's Kemcdyfor atnrrh.
A BUM RIOT.
A. Jlclgn of Terror Inaugurated year lotca
At the trial of two brewers of Iowa City , on
the 13th , before a Justice of the peace , in
County township , nearby , a mob of two hun
dred thugs attacked the prosecuting lawyer ,
named W. H. Bailey , stripped him of his clo-
thingand tarred him. His life was narrowly
saved by Deputy Sheriff Stephen. The mob ,
many of them crazed by drink , tried to catch
the principal witness , named Swafford , and
would have hanged him had they found him.
A constable was seriously cut with knives.
The roughs went to Iowa City In the evening ,
and for an hour had possession of the streets ,
the sheriff's force and city police being pow
erless. After supper they found Swafforaand
knocked him ana his brother down on the
street. The mob would have killed Swafford
had tbe latter not been secreted in a store. A
meeting of citizens was held , the outrages vig
orously condemned , and special police ap
pointed for the night to maintain order. The
ringleaders of the riot are known and will bo
Wyrnan Commercial College , Omaha.
This institution has an able corps of
instructors and furnishes its patrons an
excellent preparation lor business.
Full particulars as to the course of in
struction can be obtained by sending
to the president , Mr. A. L. Wyman , a
postal requesting a copy of the cata-
Another Consplqficy in Sfexlco.
A special telegram from the City of Mexico
says : The conspiracy against the government
discovered here embraces a plot to depose
President Gonznlcs and put in his place Jose
Maria Iglesias , and\to assassinate Gen. Diaz
and all the leaders of what is known as the
Tuxtepec party. " The plot Is said to be wide
spread In the states of Vera Cruz , Pueblo , Mo-
reles and Quaretero , anfl that there Is a great
deal of anxiety. A number of arrests have
been made In the City of Mexico during the
week , embracing several prominent persons.
Among them are Francisco Mejls , ex-minister
of finance ; Ricord Romlnez , ex-judge of tbe
federal district ; Gregori Perez Jordoii , a pro
minent lawyer ; Gen. Feliciano Chavarro , Col.
Yok Maria Itodriquez. D. E. Vesz Augustine ,
Mendoza Ambrosio Dominquez , Rainor Jua
rez , Miguel Salcedo and Vidal Corral , also the
wife of Jordan. The latter has a small print-
lug office in which a large number of posters
were found ready for circulation , inciting the
people to revolt against the _ present govern
ment and in favor of Iglesia. No other ex
planation is given , but other arrests are ex-
to be made and active measures are to
e taken to defeat the plot.
THE OMAHA WEEKLY BEE from Sept.
1st to Nov. 15th for 15 cents.
Crushed by a Horse.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Larison , of No. 1818 Chica
go street , suffered the grievous loss on Satur
day evening last of their little six-year-old son
Georgie. The driver of one of Strang&Co.'s
four-horse teams drove into the alley on Nine
teenth street , in the rear of Mr. Strang's resi c.
dence , preparatory to stabling the animals.
Here he was accosted by the little boy for
permission to ride one of the animals. When
the team stopped at the barn-door , the boy
slid off as he had been accustomed to do , and
whether he was injured in the fall and tram
pled on , or whether the horse accidentally
kicked , is not definitely ascertained. At all
events , the poor little fellow received a dread
fully crushed skull , from which death ensued
within an hour , having been carried into Mr
Straug's house and his parents being called.
This institution , now entering upon
its second year , is one of the strong i
and promising colleges of the state. It
has strong financial backing. It owns
265 acres of cultivated land in and ad
joining the town and two large and val
uable nouses all the munificent gift of
the Hon. H. T. Clarke , of Omaha. Be
sides these , Mr. Clarke is erecting the ol
COLLEGE BUILDING ( now almost com
pleted ) , a beautiful edifice which , when ,
done , will cost not less than $25,000 or
530,000 , and will be beyond a doubt
the handsomest and most commodious he
college building in the state. It also
owns 1,500 town lots. A fine dormitory fe '
also under process of erection , to be a L
completed at the beginning of next
The new President , Dr. W. W. Har st
sha , is recognized as one of the most itat
learned and successful educators in at
The professors are men of learning ar
and practical experience in the work
of instruction and have been called ro
from other institutions of learning to
fill chairs in Bellevne College. So that I
students there receive the most thor CO
ough training and discipline that can ScT.
be obtained anywhere. The next term
will jpen in the fine new buildings.
Bellevue has long been celebrated as ar
perhaps , the most beautiful location in
the whole west. It is easy of access , onYc
near Omaha , is healthful and with few Yc
temptations and distractions. ha
Further details can be had by ad hami
dressing Prof. C. M. Des Islets , Secre
tary Faculty , Bellevue , Neb. , orV. . W.
Harsha , D.-D. , President , Bellevue. Sfc
Abbe Renard , after making a close at
jxamination of the dust found in the atCi
snow on the top of Ben Nevis , Scot Ci
land , has come to the conclusion that
contains too much' organic matter to laa
of cosmic origin. a
A New WIIT to Pay Old Debts.
Shakspeare tells how this can be ac
complished in one of his immortal
plays ; but debts to nature must be puid
on demand unless days of erraco bo ob
tained through the uje of Dr. Pierce's
'Golden Medical Discovery. " It is not
a 'cure-all" but invaluable for sore
throat , bronchitis , asthma , catarrh ,
consumption , and all diseases of the
the pulmonary and other organs , caused
by scrofula or "bad blood. " Scrofu
lous ulcers , swellings and tumors are
cured by itswondoifal alterative action.
Eighty-five mills m tbe south are
manufacturing olive oil ( ? ) from cotton
seed at the rate of 275,000 barrels per
Dr. Pierce'a Oo .uund Extract of
Smart-Weed combines French Bra'ndy ,
Jamaica Ginger , Smart- Weed and
Camphor Water , the best possible
agents for the cure of diarrloj i , chol
era morbus , dysentery or bloody-ttnx
and colic , or to break up colds , fevers
and inflammatory attacks.
Ex-Governor Dorsheimer , of New
York , and Governor Cleveland were
young men together in Buffalo a good
many years ago. _
Don't Mtur i/u. . > v.ia me Trusses
whcu our new method , without use of
knife , is guaranteed to permanently
cure the worst cases of rupture. Send
two letter stamps for references and
pamphlet. World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association , Buffalo , N. Y.
To detect cotton oil in olive oil , mix
the oil in question , with a solution of
basic lead acetate , and let it stand for
twelve to twenty-four hours. If cot
ton oil is present it takes a red color
like fresh prepared tincture of myrrh.
An ingenious microscopist has been
trying to compute the amount of infu
serial life inhabiting the bricks of old
buildings long exposed to the weather.
The principal forms he has discovered
consist of large bacilli and vibrios , some
of the latter being peculiarly marked
by longitudinal lines. He found myr
iads of these organisms in a single deep
seated microscopic cavity.
I the way thftt Veterinary farljollaalve cures Galls.
Cuts mul wounds. Always brlngx the hair In Its orljrl-
nal color. In .We mid l.U ) cans at DrticslMs or br mall.
J. W. CO i.E fc CO. . Props. , Black Ulrcr Falls , WU.
It i < claimed that the Colorado grass crop
will be worth $30. 000.000 this yer.
The IluUe'a Lament.
I'm a Dude , Dandy Dude ,
You can tell by the cut of my fashion ;
And mv hair is not all there ,
For Carbollne was not my passion.
Charles Buesell leads the London bar with
an income of $76,009 from his practice.
The Restoration u > health of our child
we lubiiiiicjeu uncertain. When two weeks
old she caught cold. For 18 months was not
able to breathe through her nomnls. Upon
using Ely's Cream lUliu her difficulty Is re-
uoved ; she breathnaturally. . MK. &
Jilts J. AT. SMira , Cbwogo , N. Y. [ iricj
6u cents. ] _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Stanley says he has made his last Journey
to A trica.
NEUVOUH Weakness , Dyspepsia , Sexual Debility ,
cured "Wi-lla * Hi-iirh Itcnt-wi-r *
by - - - < 1
Owing to successful fishing , the price of
whalebone has declined , but is still at a re
spectable figure about $12,500 per ton.
Those persons who do not need Iron , but
who are troubled with .Nervousness and
Dyspepsia , will find in Carter's Little
NERVE Pills a.most desirable article. They
are mostly used In combination with Car
ter's Little Liver Pills , and in this way often
exert a most magical effect. Take Just one
pill of each kind immediately after eating
and you will be free from Indigestion and
Dyspepsia. In vials at 25 cents. Sold by
dauggists. . _
Thre have been more than forty failures
in Wall street since January 1st.
NVvousness , Ne. ou- Debility , Neural
gia , Nervous Snock , St Vitu-- Dance , Prod-
irauon , and all diseases of Nrve Genera
tive Organs , are all perm meutly and radi
cally cured by A'leu's Brain Food. , the
great botanical remedy. $1 pkg. , Gfor $5.
At druggists , or by mail from J. H. Al
len , 315First Ave. , New York City.
Mrs. L. 31. Bates , who is at Saratoga ,
carries a parasol worth $1,000.
STIXOIXG. Irritation , inflammation , all Kidney
end Urinary Complaints , cured by "Buchu-palba. " $1.
A New York printing pres maker prom-
is"s to produce a press that will turn out
300,000 copies per hour.
.NEBKiSKA. Sf ATE FAIR.
When you come to the state fair stop at
theMKTKorOLirANHOTKi , . R gularRite.
Arrangements have been made for accom
modating 1,000 peop'e per day comfort
ably and cheapThU ! same house took
care of more people last year than an ? hotel
Omaha , and gave the nest of satisfaction ,
as thousands of last year'd visitors can tes
tify. Eem'mb.T the place , Metropolitan
hotel , corner of 12th and Douglas streets.
C-irs from the depot within one block , and
all conveyances to the fair grounds start
from tul-s house.
From a bushel of corn or rye there can be
btained almost two gallons of alcohol.
. flics , roaches , ants , rate , mlcc.clcared
out by "ROUGH OX BATS. " 15c.
Ventura , California , has a sweet crop
his year consisting of six hundred tons of
Advocates of prohibition need have no
'ears of "PRICKLY ASH BITTKRS" as it is
medicine , and by reason of its cathartic
jropertles cannot be used as a beverige. It
manufactured from the purest materials ,
md acts directly on the Liver , .Kidneys ,
Stomach and Bowels. As a blood puriher
has no equal. It is pleasant to the taste
Lnd effective in action.
The city actual of New Orleans covers
area of forty-two square miles.
A CARD. To all who are suffering from cr-
ors and Indiscretion of youth , nervous
Fcakness , early decay , loss of manhood , &c. ,
will send a recipe that will cure you , FBEE
I CHARGE. This great remedy was dls-
levered by a missionary in South America.
iend self-addressed envelope to REV. JOSEPH
INMAK , Station D , New York.
A. "broth of a boy" must be a superior
Fare Cod-Liver Oil , made from selected livers
the sea shore by CASWELL , HAZAKD to Co. , If ew
rork. It Is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who
lave once taken It prefer It to all others. Physicians a
lave decided It superior to any of the other ollsiln
Chapped Hand * , Face , Flmplo , and Hough Et
rkln , cured by using JCXIPZR TAP. SOAP , made by
IASWELL , HAZARD & Co. , Xew York.
In California roses bloom without culture
all seasons ot the year.
"HOUGH OX PAIN . Quick cure for ollc ,
Cramps. Dlarrlicca , Aclicp , Pains , Sprains , Headache.
One of the wonders of Long Branch Is a
ady who is not so old as she claims. She Is
monomaniac on this question.
When you visit or leave New York Cityv
via Ontral depot , nave Baggage Expreoaagi
and $3 Carriage Hire , and stop at the Grand
Union Hotel , opposite the depot. Six
hundred elegant rooms fitted up at a cost o
one million dollars ; $1 and upwards per day
Enropeanplan. Elevator. Bestaurantaup-
pllcd with the best. Horse cars , stages and
elevated railroad to all depots. Families
can live better for less money at the Grand
Union Hotel than at any other first-class
hotel in the city.
Can a man who writes a poem on his ha
be regarded as vers-a-tllo.
MM. G. SV. Caailu , formerly of Mir-
quelte , Kan. , but now a rctidentot Grigg-
ville. III. , has now recovered her health ,
wuich had bc n in a wretched atato for a
nuuiher of years. Sue gives Drs. Picker-
con it Stark , the Phyfclans In charge of tbe
KanHH C > ty Medical institute , the credit of
Two thousand people are rusticating in
fh Yellowstone National Park.
IT IS A SPECIFIC IT IS RELIABLE
in caring Brfght'u
Kidney & Liver Troubles , i , pains in the
Bladder , Urinary and .Loinsor Side *
Liver Disease * , Dropsy , Betention or Non-Baton-
Gravel and Diabetea. tion of Urine.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ,
It craxeeBUiouiness , Headache. Jaundice. Sour Stomach
ach , Dyjpeptia , Conatipation andPUca.
IT WORKS PROMPTLY
adcurei mtemperanc . Nervous Di easeo. General
Debility , Excctte * and Female Wcalcneat.
USE IT AT ONCE ,
It restores the KIDNEYS. LIVER and BOWELS , tea
a healthy action and CUBES when all other medicines
fill. Hundred * havebeenBavod who nave been given
up to dieby friends and physicians.
Friootl.SS. Send for Illustrated Pamphlet to
HUNT'S BEMEDY CO. , Providence , B. I.
The timfoHfy of the We of the human
tody arise from a derangement of the
14TCT , affecting both the ttomach and
towelf. In order to effect a cure , it if
iKfeeetary to remove the octree. Irregu
lar and Jtiiyylsh. aetlon of the Bowel f
Seadaehe,8ieknesfatthe Stomach , I1 .
in th Back andI > intetc. , indicate t + -
the XAvar is at fault , andtliat nature rr-
qulrt * assistance to enable thia organ to
Pricltly Aali 3BIttcrscracrp 2tcrry
compounded for thif purpose , i'heycre
mild in their action and effective as a
cure ; are pleasant to the taste and iaJiei'
easily by both children and adults , 'r-
teen according to directions , they arc a
aafc andplr-asant cure/or Dyspepsia ,
General Debility , Elc&itaal con *
etlpatlon , Diseased Eldticys ,
etc. , etc.doe Blood E nrI2err/itj ;
are superior to any other incdiaine ;
cleansing the ayttcm thoroughly , and
imparting new life and energy to the iti
valid. It it a medicine end net aa
tntozicatinsr bcverapo *
ASK YOOB DSOGCIST FOB PRICKLY ASH BITT S ,
and toke no other. PKICE , 51.00 per Ztottla.
PRICKLY ASH BITTEnS CO..SOLE PROPRIETORS
St. Louis and Knnsr.n City. Mo.
The feeble grow
strong when Host Bi
ter's Stomach Bit
ters Is used to pro
mote assimilation of
the food and enrich
the blood. Indiges
tion , the chief obsta
cle tt > an acquisi
tion of strength by
the went is an ail
ment which Infalli
bly succumbs to the
nctlon of this peer *
less corrective. Loss
of flesh and appe
tite , failure to sleep ,
and growing c1 -
dence of premature
decay are speedily
counteracted by the
great Invlgorant ,
which braces up the
and fortifies the
disease. For sale by
all Druggists and
Dealers generally ,
Causes no Fain.
Kites Belief at
Care. Not a Liq "
uid drSnnff. Ap
ply with Finger ,
Give ItT Trial ,
0 cents at Druggists. : CO cents by mall regl
tered. Sample bottle by mall 10 ct .
ELY BROTHERS , Druggist * . Owego , N T.
Are ttnequalMl in JJX ICTJJVO SEB TICE.
, Used by the Chief >
) Mechanician of the
U. S. Coast Survey :
br the Admiral
eommmndinr In the
U. S. Karal ObserT-
atorr , for Astro-
knomloal work ; and
Engineer * , Con-
ctor and Itall-
way men. Theyaro
rccojrnlzr d as
for all uses lawhich close
tlras and durability are re *
qaisitog. .Sold in principal
eitir * and towns by the COM-
PAXY'S exclusive Accnta
, ) who rive a Full "War-r uty.
vni niPR NEW i.vt\s. . - | i.iy tioiacoiit-
OUUUli.lt Jminions. . desi-rtcni relieved. pensions
ancJ Increase. Experience 19 years : write forclrculars
and laws. A. W. MeCormlek&bon. Cinnclnnatl. O.
TTfT'A.KTED experienced Book and Bible Asents
Vv in every county. Liberal salaries nald. Address ,
stating experience , P. O. Box g.g. , St. Louis , Mo.
AGEXT8VAKT KD for the best and fastest
selling Pictorial Books and Bible' . Prices re
duced S3 per ct. NATIONAL Pen , Co. , St. Louis , Mo.
GHAELES MIIYERIUK , FURNITURE.
12O6 , 12O8 and 181O Farnam st. , Omaha.
TV N U Omaha , 330 34
WHEN WEITING TO ADVERTISERS
please say you saw the advertibement in
LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES OF OMAHA ,
WHERE TO TRADE WHEN VISITING
J. B. FRENCH & CO. ,
1119 Farnatn St.
JAMES MORTON & SON ,
Hardware , Cutlery , Mechanics' Tools , Etc.
FINE liuiu > EH ' HARDWARE A SPECIALTY.
116 S. 15th Street.
NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANK ,
THE IRON BANK.
H. W. YATBS , Prest. A. E. TOUZAUM , Vfce-Prcst.
Comer nth and Farnam Streeta.
BLISS & ISAACS ,
Importers and Jobbers of
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE ,
1410 Farnam St.
E. L. EATON ,
WHOLESALE DEALER is PHOTOGRAPHIC Surruss.
1310 Farnam St.
ED. B. WILLIAMS ,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CENTS FURNISHER.
1406 Farnam St.
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK.
EZRA MILLARD , Prest. A. P. HorKi.Nh , Cas'r.
Omaha , Nebraska.
R. J. SAXE ,
Opera House , 1430 Farnam Street.
L. B. WILLIAMS & SON ,
DRY GOODS , CARPETS , BOOTS & SHOES ,
Cor. Fifteenth and Dodge Sts.
A. HOSPE , JR. ,
Oldest Art and Music House In Nebraska.
1519 Dodge Street.
WHITNEY & CO. ,
Commission Merchants and Brokers ,
Produce , Provisions , Fruits , Etc.
' 1404 Dodge Street.
MAX MEYER. & CO. ,
Guns , Cigars and Notions.
Coi. Eleventh * nd Farnam Sts.
S. C. SAMPLE & CO. ,
Millard Hotel Block.
JOHN \V. LYTLE ,
Produce Commission , Cash for Butter and
313 South Twelveth Street.
THE HICKMAN BAZAR CO. ,
NOTIONS , MILLINERY AND FANCY COODS.
1305 Farnam Street.
X ! B. HUBERMAN ,
Largest V/holosale . 'ewolry House In the
Opposite Millard Hotel.
DEWEY & STONE ,
ZETTY'S RESTAURANT ,
The Largest in the City ,
T. 8. ZETTY , - - - Proprietor.
1509 Famam Street.
TAILOR AND MEN'S FURNISHER.
1311 Farnam Street.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
3Z& South Thirteenth St.
WYMAN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ,
1114 and 1116 Farnam St.
CALL AND SEE us FOR. INFORMATION.
FAY'S MANILLA CARPETING
and BUILDING MATERIAL.
J. S. RICHARDSON , State Agent ,
321 South Twelfth St. , j Omaha , Neb.
GARRA1JRANT & COLE , "
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
\YELTY & LANDROCK ,
Saddles , Harness and Wholoaai * Saddlery
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK ,
Southwest Cor. nth and Farnam.
C. W. HAMILTON , I'rest. M. T. HAKLOW , CaV.
FRANK MUKMIV , Prest. Itux. It. WOOD , Ca h.
THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
I' . UOYER & CO. ,
HALL'S FIRE& BURCLAR PROOF SAFES.
IO30 Farnam Street.
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
Wholesale and Retail Jowolors.
I5th and Dodge Sts , Opp. Postofflce.
EUHOLM & ERICKSON ,
Wholesale and Retail Music Dealers
State Agents Semway and Weber 1'ianus.
Fifteenth and Dodge Sts. , Opposite Postofllce.
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
CLOTHIERS and CENT'S FURNISHER.
1301 and 1303 Farnam St.
SCHROTER & 15ECHT ,
DRUCCISTS AND CHEMISTS. '
Specialty of Prescriptions.
2li S. isth St. , one door N. Doyd's Opera House.
MAX MEYER & HRO. ,
MUSIC AND JEWELRY.
Cor. Eleventh and Farnam Sts.
II. B. HUDSON ,
Millard Hotel Block.
JOHN EVANS ,
Agricultural , Vegetable , Forest , Crass ,
Hedge and Flower Seeds.
Northwest Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts.
H. KOUNTZE , Pren. F. H. UAVIS , Cash.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ,
Southwest Corner Thirteenth and Farnam Sts.
WILLIAM N. WHITNEY ,
Agent for Burl's Boots and Shoes.
fur Gentlemen , Ladies , Misses and Children.
MILTON ROGERS & SONS ,
STOVES , RANGES , FURNACES.
1321-1323 Farnam Street.
AMES' REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
1507 Farnam St. , Omaha , Neb.
Call and see us.
T. S. GRIGOR & Co. ,
TEAS , COFFEES AND SPICES.
. Cor. i6th and Capitol Ave.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL ,
$2.00 PER DAY.
Room for 1,000 Guests during the State Fai * .
Positively cure SICK-HEADACHE. Biliousness , and oil LIVEH and BOWEL Complaints , MALARIA.
BLOOD POISON , and Skin Diseases ( ONE PILL A DOSE ) . For Female Complaints these Pilla
have no eaual. "I find them a valuable Cathartic and Liver Pill. Dr. T.M. Palmer. lIontlcello.Fla. "
In my practice I use no other. J. Dennison. MOX. DeWItt. Iowa. " Sold everywhere , or sent by
for 25 eta. In stamps. Valuable information FHEE. Z. 8. JOHNSON Iz CO. . BOSTON , HAS3.
A. Skin fTBeiiuty I si Joy Forever.
DH. T. FELIX GOUKAUD'5
Oriental Creum , or Muitlcul Kenutlfler
Removes Tan ,
'Skin tN < aci ,
f. j a n d e v e r y
' ' ' - ' b 1 e in It. h on
: auj , and
dell c s detec
tion. U lias
stood the test
of thirty years
and l.s so
h.irmli.s w u
ta e It to lie
sure ' \e prep-
a r a t : o n lit
Thedl ffmulshcllr. L. A. br.yre said to s lariv of
the luiut ton ( a r 'li'nt ) : "As you Indies will u e
tin-in. I recommend 'Gour.iud's Cream' as the leant
hiriiifi : ! of all the skin preparations. " One bottle
will lasi six months , uslntr It eery day. Alsol'oudrc
Subtile removes superfluous hair without Injury to
the skin. MMK. M. 15. T. GOUKAUI ) . Sole I'rc.p. . JS
Ilond St. . X. Y. For site by all Urueslsts and F.mcv
Goods nealers. rZ Iieware of ha-e ImHutioiis ;
en ) * ) Reward for arrest and proof of any one selling
HORSE COLIC AXD WATEK C17KE. It
will cure the worst case of
tpai-modleor vrjjfi > COLIC In one hour or inflamma
tion of the Bladder or Kidneys If promptly attended
to. It has been used In the Uoyal Veterinary Col-
lepc. London. England , for 17 vears. In mv own prac
tice In the United State" , and ft has neter failed me
In the many thousand cases I ha % e used It In. Price
tUO per bottle with full Instructions for Its use. Send
for my Xew General Information Hook free. Address
DR. J. AV. CHILES it i O. , Dayton. Ohio.
For sale by all druggists.
ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART ,
OMAHA , XEISIt VSK.A.
The scholastic vcar commences on the FIRST
"WEDNESDAY OF SEI'TEMIJEIL The course of
Instruction embraces Entrllsh. French. German ,
Drawing. Palutlnjr. I'lano. Harp. Violin. Guitar. Vo
cal Mu ic. and all the higher branches of a KIMSHKD
EDUCATION . DlfTerence of rcllRlon Is no obstacle to
the nilmlsjlon of VOIIHK ladles. For particulars ap-
Sl ly to the UT. RKT. JAMES G'CoxxoB , or the LAUV
CHEAPEST LIST OF ARTIST MATERIALS & tjf
O W. & N. Oil Tube Colors. 93 c. doz. ; Sible A % K I
Jrushes. 8 c. up ; Bnstles. jc. up : ? Iaqun. 3 c. up : ? aletes , 35 c. ;
Eajcls. 90 c. : ArtisW Boies. $1.50 ; Pwieli. 13 c. 'Jp : Oils , ti'-i c. .
I'arnish. 3 $ c. : Gc.Id or SiUer I'iint. 15 c. ; Canvass. ; sc. yard ;
otteryand Novelties for Decorum ? , i c. up ; S'udies rented ,
10 c. per eek : Cold Plush Primes. Mouldin-rs. I'amtinzs. En-
rraings , Conl and Nuls : PIANOS and OKGANS. from J up :
I'lolms. J5 ; Guitars , 5s. Banjos fj 50 ; Druris , Flute * . Fifes.
mi I H 6S I ] ( T * Zithers : Sheet MO.IC. , " , off printed list ;
IVI % D iS g J Music Instructors for all Instruments. toe.
A. HOSPE , Omaha.
end set. Stamp for Catalogue :
JONES WAGON SCALES ,
Iron LeTeri. Steel lietrinr * . Brk.il
OF Tare Beam and Beam liox ,
JONES hep.ji th.frtlrht forfr.o
PrlcB XJit ratntlon thla ptran < i
4Jir.M JOKES OF 6IHQHAMTOH.
O C. CAMPBEI.I , , Proprietor.
New House. Terms , 12 per day. 1215 Doaglas St.
OMAHA , Neb.
OShotGun Revolvers ,
reiuiyroy.il : tna stttl I'lii- . .n-o-
lutcly safe. sure , and effectu-il. Full
partlcuUrt on application. Lachlnc
Chemical Co. . Laclilnc. nnada.
I nrlu &rrnrrfe cnjecl2rel > 'rltls-
L3Uy rtgenlS rtent employment
and good siliry selling Queen Cltj"
Skirt aadfitockingSiipporter * . etc.
Sample outfit Free. Address Qneen
SBipender Co. , Ciaciaaati , O.
. . LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S . .
* , is A rosmvE CUHE FOR . *
All those painful Complaint *
* and Weaknesses so common *
* * * * *
* to our best
* * * * *
* * FEMALE POPULATION. * *
Trice 31 la liquid , pill or lounge form.
Its purpose i * solely for the legitimate healing of
disease and the relief of pnln , and that it does all
it claims to do , thousandsof ladles can gladly testify. *
It will cure entirely all Ovarian troubles. Inflamma
tion and Ulceratlon , Falling and Displacement * , and
consequent Spinal "Weakness , and Is particularly
adapted to the changed life. * * * * * * *
It removes Falntness. Flatulency , destroys all cravinff
for stimulant- " , and relieves \Ve kneS ! ' of the Stomach.
It cures Bloating , Headaches , Nervous Prostration ,
General Debility , Sleeplessness , Depression and Indi
gestion. That feelinK of bearing down , causing pain , ,
and backache. Is always permanently cured bylts nse-
Send stamp to Lynn , Mass. , for pamphlet. Letters ot
Inquiry comldentially answered , fur \leatdrugyists. \
DEDERICK'S HAY. PRESSES.
keeping the one
Orderon trial , address JOT circular and location of
Western and Southern Storehouses and Agents. -
P. K. DEOERICK & CO. , Albany , N. Y.
OcoSist wA Aurist.
J. T. AR3ISTRONG , M. D.
Practice limited to dsseases of the
Eye , Ear and Throat.
1503 Farnam St. . . . . Omnha
JSEXT TERM BEGINS
SEPTEMBER 17 , 1884.
Classical. Scientific. Commercial and Art Depart
rnent . Both sexes admitted. Tuition low. boardlntr
cheap. S Addre'-s for particulars. Uev.7. . W.
Harsha , D. D. . President , Bellevue. Keb.
i erman Asthma Care neuofaiU to giro tmH
ediatsrelleflnthojconl cues , insures :
fortablaslcep : effects cnres where all othe
'A. trial convinces the moit skeptical.
35Oc. nad 81.OO. of Draggista or by :
T'.San.ple ifrcc for stamp. Dr. E. SCK
, Bt. Paul. Mian.
* " ? ? * - ? . > _ - ' il rfAMlSTr'yK
ELAINE AND LOGAN.
Acents wanted in every county to sell this popular
work. Illustrated. OH pages ; endorsed hy the
National Committee. You can make 0 to tat a
week. Choice of territory. Outfit 3)c.
Also , Lives of Cleveland and Hendrick" . Extra
terms. JNTEKIOI ; PUB. CO. . Lincoln , Neb.
Omaha School Telegraphy. Omah %
Neb. Send for circular. E. O. WATT , JIanage *
Eltrtront Prlcrm for imall collection of hiupty
Dnrhum Xobncco Knie , . Particular : free.
Tbompson Ifro. , S57 Mulu at. . Cincin
nati , O.
mil WHHE ALL USE FAILS
d Use In lime. Soldbydrucgkta. K !
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