Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 05, 1877, Image 3
ffHE OMAHA' BEE. EANCH. -A. Koathcra California Paradlae of Sixteen Thouiuind Acre * . _ J iWF Urom a Los Angeles Jetter to a Bann Francisco paper , we clip the following description of tbe ranch recently purchased by Mr. E. J. .Baldwin , of tbe latter place : By rail it is eight miles to the mis sion of Ban Gabriel , thence four to the magnificent domain , guided by the hands of an intelligent darky , formerly body servant ro Stonewall Jackson , brought ine to the resi dence , which is an unpretending , cosy , comfortable-looking structure of ono story , originally built of adobe , by , l believe , Mr. "Wolfskin , bat refitted and remodeled by its. present owuer with every conveni ence and comfort In front of the cottage is a beautiful artificial late , wuere handsomely-cushioned pleas ure bcata await "your orders. AS I write , from my window on this lovely morning for it fc Ufee the month o ; Map the View and sur roundings are exquisitely beautiful. In the dist , QCe 'v'ne coast range of mountain u k-ribbed and - an- x/lfe 11D * VPitll to fill * 7izZ&t7 Bummf j IJQJI castellated tops , seem as v ' Jt by the hand of the atisan , c red and covered by a bright blue ; * & , aada warm summer sun giving ' /very variety of shade and color to ( the plumage of the mountains , just now coming out in its spring livery and reflected in the lake below in a thousand fantastic shapes and lorme , wiiile from my back window birds a ? e caroling , among the bright green Ttrees , the sheep bells tinkle cheerly , : aud in the distance the cheery hum of Jabor unites with the still , small "voice of nature to enchain , please .and enchant you. Think of this , ye that are wrapped Jn furs , chilled to the bone , or up to your knees in slush or "beautiful .snow , " in the Eastern cities , or in foggy London , and come right out here and enjoy the ravishing sweet 3ies8 of this garden spot of earth. And as another pleasant item for tbe < lwelera ! and guests of his new hotel In San .b'rancisco strawberries , gooseberries , ana cunanb ? , melons , peaches , pears , cherries , and such apples ! will be theirs to enjoy and demolish. I have just inspected the "pig pens. " He has just finished put ting in about 100 acres of the best varieties of foreign grapes among them thirty acres of the finest raisin grapes and he is now plowing fora large peach orchard. Of orange and lemon trees , etc. , he has about 14,000 already planted , many being of the finest quality of naval suid blood orange brought from. Australia ; also Lis bon lemons. JBe has also a mag- nlfloent orchard of English wal- nutaa\mcuds , chestnuts , shellbarks , hicorynuts , black walnuts , butter nut , pecans and Brazilian nuts ; also cocoanut , coffee , and every va- a-iety of fruit-bearing trees that can oe imagined ; and only yesterday I Tplucked a ripe banana from a 'tree jnear our porch. A knoll of splendid fine old oak trees , of every form , enape and size , stand like sentinels abouc the spot , sheltering you from the summer's mm beneath their cool and grateful shade , while you are encircled by the friendly arms of the coast range of mountains , with their prec'Vji ' ! tous steeps and varied-colore i foli age , and fronting you , ( flighting your vision , is spread out A panorama of matchless beajijy. landscape vale , hill and galley while in the distance the white rested wave of the Pacific can just be seen , like n sheet of 8ilv < . - threading the way to a tropical Southern eea. The laud for the immigrant is indeed he > e , and right well is Mr. Baldwin rx ing for the future of this place , Its surroundings and its people. Mere , at the depot of San Gabriel , were thousands of feet of lumber , for .the purpose of putting up a col ony of farm houses , many of which , capitally built , are already erected ; and as we drove through two or three prettv little villages , with their school houses , churches , tav erns and corner groceries , occasion ally we hear the whistle of the steam engine and the rushing train of the Southern Pacific railroad carryingits "burden of freight and passengers to the Colorado Kiver. I think it not only a pleasant task ( somewhat difficult in one letter ) , to thus im perfectly attempt to describe for your readers the projects of my en terprising host and the great benefit lie is conferring upon this golden Sand by developing , as he is dome , its wonderful resources , but "lucky" indeed will be the settler and immi grant who soon will realize and profit by the brains of one whose -wealth has enabled him to do BO much , not only for California , but for the enjoyment of the present and future generations. O l\d. tlie JSast J 3V2.sr.eo3fU.OTZ.to flu ( JhlcjaV t. P.r'.Calnti , Jcmxarilla. K < MO > o > . ( . , Ura A nay , U ciise , SUtrea' * f o'at , tVc.frtnr i Oilshoaili , FOH tJ -ri It Belli , ; thiiiit.Ttani.ann i-lnt Comuletcd Use OMAHA and CHICAGO Oouit sliQr.ra eait-iu rste icien flux la tha iry oi reJuds ; OrsJc , nl jilcdng Iroa with U > ol KUi. Ridlnj to lt rcUlD itrri new and Heart DAS nttit t ttfKVlKQ CAUS Eqnlprcd irltii the "WcsilnsacDss Air Brakj " ud ' 'Millet Flsttorm/1 tr UblUhUig oomlorU- lilr and PotnmrJIons ) i'.n ; Haucd , o2cnng all th cml < nt oi tr TUiu the nie can produce. t cmX MlCFuitEipretsTrulns run each RayfliUy ovr the mrluun lines oi this road tLue tficnrirx to tb tr&Tder selecting this route scraanC certain cccncclloni In any di > nctlon hvn&STTriih to : o. 3e-ia = tt Co ctloi * . AT 1 SODBI VALLEY JDNCT1ON tor Eloux City , Yanktca and points reached via Bioux Cltr uJ PEC ! Co rrllicad AT QKAJJU JONCTI' > N lor Fort Podge , DasHslnri OUawe and E okut. AT 2dAl' 'OAi.LIor 6t. Paul , Uinne polla Dulrth , a j > ROrtli'-t < 1erc pclnU. AT CBl' iE KAriDd lor Waterloo , Cedar l Ols , Cfturlta C1J , Eorllngtou and 8U Leuls : ATCLES1OK "rlhibuqne , DunWth , Pral- rletluChien , la Crowe , and all point on the Chicago , Clinton and Uubuque , and Chicago , Dntrainjuiid UlcnsaoU nllroada. 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Ctonutn. One lint' ' iroftiMly illustrated. jcttoir.prioedTelamt. Trie * ontenuofur other. 8plen61alrQlaBtntod 10000111 ofirrroe ts Ormnd OotanUlOleteutea.AQENT * WANTE ttgnvtaf InMratereiTvhfnutEt UriOiny hiivorj r lualrjhttxrmcbiavifaTlsssML. Bnul c : < mu for due MONEY ASP COMMERCE OMAHA N HB. , April 4 , 1677. Gold , at Omaha Buying , II 04 ; selling , $1 06. PROVISIONS. Butter Has made no advance tbe past week. Beat roll In muslin still standing at 15 to 17 cents per pound. Eggs Coming in freely again at lOall cents per dozen , according to quality. Poultry Fat and dry picked tur keys , per pound , lOallc , as to quali ty ; dry-picked chickens , 9alOo. Game Dull and lower ; mixed ducks , $1.60a200 per dozen ; wild geese and brent , slow , at 3.00 per dozen. Potatoes Peachblows , 85ca90c a bushel ; Early-Rose , 75c. FRDI18 ETC. Apples Advanced ; flue Michi gan fruit bringing 3 60a3 75 pe barrel , as to quality. Messina Oranges Higher ; 4 60a 4 75 per box. Messina Lemons Higher ; 5 60a 5 75 per box. Naples Oranges 4 25 per box. Cranberries Jersey , In bushe boxes , 4 50 per bushel. New Dates. Unchanged. Mats and boxes per Ib lOots. .New Prunells. In fancy boxes per Ib Wets. New Figs. In assorted packages per Ib 15 to 17cte. Fresh Cocoanuts. Per hundred 8.00. 8.00.California California Comb Honey. In 2 Ib frame and 60 Ibo-ises perlb 21 ots. In 2 Ib cap tins per Ib 20cts. OYSTERS. Booth's Oysters belecte , 38o ; titandnrda , 23c ; Anchors , 18o. LIVE HOGS. Live hogs are quoted at $6.00@ $6.26. GRAIN. Wheat -JNo. 1 , 1 06 } ; No. 2 , 1 04 } ; No. 8 , 85frejected , 80. Corn Western mixed , 27c. Oats No. 1 , 30 ; No. 2 , 27 ; reject ed , 25c. Barley No. 2 , 40c ; No.'LS , 25c ; rejected , 20c. Bye 56c. LIVE STOCK. Steers on foot per 100 lbs 875400 Calves do do ICOaSOO Hogs do do 5C09575 Sheep do do 460a500 PROVISIONS Hams perlb. 13 Shoulders dodo t 9 Tallow do ! 8 Dressed hots per 100 800 850 ROCCRIBS 8COARB. Granulated Powdered Crnsned Refined , out loaf Btanuird 'A' Extra 'C' "C" Yellow 'C' corrai. Old Government Java per Ib 30 32 Fancy Rio do 24 25 Choice" do 23 24 Prime " do 22 23 Good " do 21 TUB. YonntrHyson perlb Gun Powder do Imperial do Oolong do Japan do DEIID TBUIT. Michigan Apples per Ib . ' 6 7 Salt Lake do do JOK U Currants do Raisins , layers per box 240 do seedless per Ib 10 14 do Valencia do 10 11 Prunes , French do 78 Raspberries do SS do Common do 30 Peaches eastern do 1011 do Salt Lake do 1112 Peaches 2 Ib cans per ease 1360 do Slbeans do 475 Strawberries. 2 Ib cans do 320 Blackberrle * do 4 BO Rhubarb , 2 Ib cans do 300 Cherries do do * 400 Pine apples do do 380 Tomatoes do do 3209340 do Sib cans do 43094 CO Corn , 2 lb cans do 360 400 Peas , early garden 2 Ib cans do 325 Peas , common do do 260 Beans , strintr do do 260 HBH IND OTBTiaS. Salmon , 2 Ib cans perdoi 490 do lb cans do 270 Lobsters , 2 lb cans do 300 do lib cans do 200 Oysters , standard.2 Ib cans per ease 300 do do lib cans do 170 do slack , 2 lb cans do 230 do do lib cans do 1 40 ALT. Common pe bbl 235 260 Dairy 375 Choice pernal 80 1 00 Seed do 80 65 Common do 66 K. 0. molasses. do SO 85 mo. Carolina perlh Raacooo do OAHDLll. Wirta perlb 19 Kirk's sayon per lb do White Russian do do India do Sohsofer'sStLouii ( ) Germando Omaha soap Mo K.CO TOB10OO. Black Goods , western per lb 48 60 do Virginia do 62 SS do Lonllard do 66 70 Bright Virginia do 60SO 66 Natural Leaf do SO 100 BREAD STUFF ! Bt. Louis W. W. Floor ) per bbl 8 50 10 CO Nebraska'spring do 2 60 275 Bran per ton 1200 Corn meal perlOO 100 CHEE * N. Y , factory perlb 14X915 American Swits < o Imported Swiss do % Eiimbnrg ; dc 16 CARPET AND OIL CLOTH. Body Brussels carpeting , per yd I 73 200 Paces try dodo do 110 140 Jply dodo do 120 1 40 ingrain dodo do 40 40 Hemp do do 20 75 Rag carpet do 40 Matting do 30 100 Oil cloths do 40 85 Rubber matting do 200 Window shades per pair 125 260 Window fixtures perdoi 150 Matts do 9002400 SHEET IRON. WIRE BLOCK TIN. COPPER Ac , ran in bars per Ib 3 Cast plow steel dodo 10 Fool steel do 18 20 Natilrod * do 12 Horse shoe nails do 6 BBIXT isoit. first quality No 16 to 20 per ft do No 22 to 24 do * do No 28 do 5 do Ho 27 do Tharcoal.both sides smooth. No24do do do No 26 do 6 do do No 27 do 6SX Double refined. No 24 do do No 26 do do No 27 do Russia , perfect. 7 to 12 do do Nol stained do 17 'A' American imitation Russia allNos. do 16 For less than full handle add one cent Ho 14 to w 3 perlb U No 21 to 24 do 13 Efo2S do 14 tfoZ7 do 15 Ro 27 do 16 Full bundles discount 25 per cent. ooppta. BraxierslOtoU 87 do UKtolOO 16 Sheathing H and 16 ox 83 Planished 13 and 16 os 39 do No 7. 8 and 9 a Til M.1.TB. 9.0 120 9(9 ( 12 00 9(0 14 CO 18 fO 8"fl i ; on 1900 24 00 27 27 30 IMC. Sheet tin S5 to 30 Inches do 11 do 25 to 35 do per sheet 12 Tinners' solder , extra refined do 2 do No 1 do 13 do roofing do IS OUT GOODS TTOIIKQl. Amoskeag 32 16 Biddeford 17 FalUO.B. 0. 17 do AA 13V do AAA 14K JIAH8. Amoskeag. brown do bleached Clarendon 7X nmiMt. Amoskeag 18 Beaver Creek A A do do BB Haymakers in Otis axa 15 doBB 13U do CO U OASTOP AmoskeagA do BB do DO Arlington * . Bleached , WleaSM.H do - U do A 18 do Y do do 17 doXXX 17K PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS. OILS al 34 Carbon oil er'co Coal oil dod Ciinseed oil. raw d Linseed oil. boiled do Lard oil. No 1 do 91 ICtSl dp extra 5 ° 25 Benxine do J5 28 Wwt Virginia lubricating do 65 nth oil do 60 Turpentine do 6010X PAIBTB. 10X White lead strictly pure per 9X910 do do pure perdo do dodo jine pure French do 14 do do do do Amer. do 11 912 fled lead Putty" bladders do WIBDOW OLAM. Disoountas off lift. FURS ] Mink , prime 291 TS do SdandtSdt 50 1 00 Wolverine 3 50 Racoon COde do Inferior 35 Mnskrat. fall 18 do winter 22 do spring 27 do kittens 7 Skunk , black prime SI 00 do narrow striped prime W do broad SS Otter. No 1. large T 00 Fisher B 00 Wolf No 1 large mountain 00 do No 2 do 200 do No 1 small prairie 1 05 do No 2 do JO Beaver .well furred and clean per Ib 1 W do stagy and heavy 90 1 00 Red fox No I I'M Kid fox Nol 40 Deerskin.redan d short bine , per Ib 30 Antelope 25 LUMBER Joists , studding and sills 20 ft and under 17 00 Over 20 feet each additional foot : 1 00 FenclngNo 1 19 00 do No 2 1700 lit common boards 20 00 2nd do do 1600 A * stock boards. 10 and 12 Inches 45 00 B' do do do do 3500 'C' do do do do 25 00 1st clear l.lH.lK nd2 Inch 6000 2d do do do do 4000 3d do do do do 3000 Flooring , clear 40 00 do 1st common 30 COde do 2d do 2500 do 3d ! 0 COde do narrow. No 1 35 00 1st clear ceiling S inch 30 00 2d do do X do 8000 1st do do W do 22 (0 2d do do H do SO 00 1st do siding : 19 OP 3d do do 1700 1st oommon do 16 00 A' shingles 3 25 Extra Nol shingles 250 Common No 1 sningles 2 00 Lath per 1000 250 DAfl pickets pe 100 8 OH Square do do 300 0 Q Batten per lineal foot 01 Rough do do K LEATHER. Best Buffalo sole 34 938 Matamoras do 3D 34 Best oak 40 43 Baltimore oak sole 48 French kips $1 40 2 00 do calf , leading brands 1 75 2 40 Domestiokips 75 1 25 do caffs 110 160 Hemlock , upper per foot 22 28 Oak do do 25 Grain. do do 25 Linings per dot 7001000 Toppings do 10001200 Morocco ( bootleg ) perfect 38 45 do oil dressed do 36 40 do Simon per skin S 00 325 do glove kid 00 Belt leather. per rid * 00 Boot Webbing per bolt 45 70 Oak harness feather. Pittsburg * 43 do Nol 40 42 do No 8 40 Oak line leather 44 46S9 Hemlock haraees3e4ther No 1 ' 37 S9 do No 2 35 37 Hemlock line eather 42 . . ? air bridle per side 6no TOO Team collars per dos 24 00 5 00 Jt&ge do do 19002000 Scotch do do 3600 3onoord do 8800 Collar leather ( black ) per ft 18 24 da do ( runt ) do 18 20 PaUat dash leather do 13 * reen hides pertt Jreen cured hides do dodo Jry hides do 10 © 12 ) ry salted hides do 9 10 > ry calf and kip do 12 iheep pelts each * . 3081 25 Callow Iperffi LIOUORSAriDWINZ. Ilgh wines per gal 107 Alcohol 188 per cent do 220 French spirits do 230 Hanhalfo Br'bon whlskydo 125 Killer's do do 15S 3randy , very fine do 400 do inferior brands do 160 375 Hn. 100per cent do 100 300 Holland Gin. 90 per cent 175 do per case 725EO do In 100 case lots EO ! hampagBes.plnts In baskets 24 003060 Portwine. Inrrbr'ds per case SCO 900 do very fine 10 SO Sherries 5001650 Lie , Edinburgh. , per dos SCO Ale. Bass A co's pale 3 00 lulnness Dublin stout 300 lums , mixed Jamaica 100 per eent do Tew Eng. nun. 90 per ot do Kennedy's bitters do TO CONSUMPTIVES : Consumption , that scourge of hnmani'y , s the great dread of the human family , in all civilised countries. I feel confident that I am in possession of he onlv sure , infallible remedy now known to the profession for the positive , nd speedy cnre of that dread disease , acd ts unwelcome eoracomitants , vis. Catarrh , Ailkma. Bibnchiti * . Nereout Debility , etc. c. I am an old fogy. I believe in medi- ine. Twenty-eight yean experience as a > usy practitioner , in the best Consnmp- ion Hospitals of the Old and New 7orld. has taught me the value of proper nedication , bothfocaZand eonttitutional in he Dire of this great enemy of our race , I have found it. But I am digressing. I tarted out to say to those suffering with lonsumption or any of the above maladies , hat by addressing'me. giving symptoms , bey snail be put in possession of this great icon , without eJtarae. and shall have the > enefit of my experience in thousands of eases successfully treated. Full particulars. irections for preparations and nse. and all necessary ad vice and instructions for suc- e stul treatment at your own home , will > e received by you by return mail , free of harge. by addressing JJr. JOHK S. BUWTETT , 167 Jefferson street. mar7-wlv LOCIBTOLX. KT , RAILROADS. .LINES. THE 4 NORTH WESTERN RA' LWAT. Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway lines of the West and North west. and. with its numerous branches and connections , forms the shortest and quickest route between CbicHgo and all points in Ill inois , Wisconsin. Northern Michigan. Min nesota. Iowa Nebraska , Callifornia and the Western Territories. Iti OMAHA AND CALIFORNIA LINE Is the shortest and best route between Chicago cage and all points in Northern Illinois. Iowa , Dakota , Nebraska. Wyoming , Colora do. Utah. Nevada. California , Oregon , Chi na. Japan and Australia. Its CHICAGO. ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS Line is the shortest line between Chicago and all points in Northern WisconMn and Minnesota , and for Madison. St. Paul. Min neapolis. Duluth. and all pointsin the Great Northwest. Its LA CR038E , WINONA 4 ST. PETER LINE Is the best route between Chicago and La Crosse. Wlnona. Rocbester.Owatonna.Man- kato. St. Peter , NewUIm. and all points In bonthern and Central Minnesota. Its GREEN BAY AND MARQUETTE LINE I ? the only line between Chicago and Janes- ville. Watertown , Fond du Lac. Oihkosh. Appleton. Green Bay. Escanaby , Negaunee , Marqnette. Honghton. Hancock , and be Lake Superior Conntrv. Ita FREEPORT AND DUBUQUE LINE Is the only route between Chicago and El gin. Rockford. Freeport , and all points via. Freeport. Its CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE LINE Is the oldest Lake Shore Route , as is th only one passing between Chicago and Evanston. Lake Forest. Highland Park. Wankegan , Racine. Kcnosha andMilwan- koe. PCLLMAV PALACE DR A W1MO ROOM CARS are run on all through trains of this road. This is the only line runtrTBg these csra between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneap olis. Chicago and Milwaukee. Chicago and Winona. or Chicago and Green Bay. Close connections are made at Chicago with the Lake Shore A Michigan Southern I'liohigan Central , Baltimore A Ohio. Pitts- burg. Ft. Wayne A Chicago , Kaukakee Line and Pan Handle Rontes. for all points East and Southeast , and with the Chicago and Alton and Illinois Central for all points South. Close connections are also made with the Union Pacific R. R. at Omaha for all far West points. Close connections made at junction points wilh trainr of all cross points- Tickets over this route are sold byal Coupon 'Iicket Agents In the United States and Canada. . Remember , you ask for your ticket * via the Chicago 4 North Western Railway , and take none other. New York Office , No. 15 Broadway : Bos ton Office. No. 5 Btate street ; Omaha Office. 2t5 Farnhnm titfeet : Chicago Ticket Offices. 62 Clark Street , under Sherman House ; 75 Canal , corner Madison Street ; Kinile Street Depot , corner W. Kinne and Canal Streets ; Wells Street Depot , corner Wells and Kinsie Stree's. For rates fir information not ateainable from your home ticket agenta. apply to W. II. STKKNKTT Gen. Pass. Ag't. Chicago. MABVIN HUOHIIT. Gen. Mang'r Chicago _ _ _ _ ian9-ly Free Homes ! - ON THE LINE OF THE - Union Pacific R. R. ALAND GRANT OF 12,000.000 Acres of tbe Best Farmiii & Miieral Lands IN AMERICA. 8,000,000 in Nebraska , IN TEEIGREAT PLATTE VALLEY. The Garden , of tlie West. - ? OR SALE - SflT PfilCH Tin DEFT EOMPniT9 15 Ten years' credit. Interest only 6 per rent. Free Homesteads for nctualsettlers. The best location for colonies. Soldiers entitled to a homestead of 160 acres. Free passes from Omaha to purchasers o railroad lands. Descriptive pamphlet ? . with sectional maps , and THE PIONEER. a handsome illustrated paper containing the homestead law. mailed free to all parts of the world. Address. 0 , f. DA VIS , Land Committvmer U. P. Hailroad , Omaha. Nib J. B. GRINNELL.Rec.iv.r. Tie Leaflni Ttooutii Boite between the North , and South. Traversing the central portion of the great State of Iowa , and inter secting the numerous EAST&ffESTTBUllKLIllES , FOR CHICAGO , DAVJSNPOBT , DUBUQDE , DBS MOIRES , SIOUX OITY , OMAHA , And all East and West points. Connects at Ottumwa * FOR BURLINGTON , MACOIS , KEOKUK , SEDAlilA QUINCV , ST. LOUIS , HANNIBAL , * KANSAS CITY , MOBEBLY , ATCHISON , and the South. Southeast and Southwest. CONNECTS AT MASON CIT1 FOR SI. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS ; DUuUTH , and all Minnesota points. New and Finely Vpbolat r d Reclining Oh air cars ON EXPRESS TRAINS- STEAL RAILS , EXCELLENT ROAD Btl , AND FIRST-CLASH COACHES' fitted with Miller's Platforms and Couplers , and Westinghonse air brakes. No better in ducements can be offered to travel In tae di rections named for the season of 1877. A.RU8SEI.L , Gen'l Pass , and Ticket Agent. feb9-ly "THE WASH1MN CITY F-ODTE. " Baltimore & Ohio R.R. THE SHORTEST , QUICKEST AND OKLT DIRECT ROUTE TO Wasliitoii an § Baltimore ! WITH DIRECT CONNECTIONS FOR RICHMOND , LYKCHBUM1IRFOLK , AND THE SOUTHEAST , flew York Boston AND THE EA.8T. Travelers desiring a Speety , Pleasant , aid Ciroforlablc Trl ; shonid remember that the IB CILKBBATKD TOR ITS Elegant Coaches. Splendid Hotels. Grand anrt Beautiful Mouatain and Valley " Scenery , aud the manyfroints of His torical Interest along its route. Fate "will always be as low as by any other Line. PULLMAN PALACE CABS RUN THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE BCTWXIN THK PEIMCIP1L WESTERN AND EXTERN CITIES , For through Tickets. Baggage Checks , Movement of trains. Sleeping Car Accom- uoda'ions Ac , apply at Ticket offices at il' principal points S'ORTH. SOUTH. EAST OR WEST. B. R. DORSEY , L. M. COLS. &ss't Gen'l Ticket Agt. Gen'l Ticket Agt. IHOS.P. BARRY. THOS. R. SHARP. t7ettera Pass. Agent Master of Transp'n. n > ar29-lv An fflnitrttalwoTkl * . CARRIAGE page * , a print * eotuuelc to the married and mar < riaiTeable on tlie mritcrto 6 of toe-Kxual rntein.Jt abufet , d , c orrrprodactloo _ : how t. \ t "tTon bowtop areto h Sh , ad'amTplaloa.to > into iidrd cbttlu the trahnnaotroolbttbebntii. nJy trae M n jre Ooute In torid. . ftie CO not rMtil. Tbe author laty tx eonroltolperionmaTorb ; itiloctnToflhetcbt cUmoitloneltnhuwork.A < ldxl . a.A.O.OLrS. > gWa tilnitmat.CMc & I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. G. J. HUNT. A'TTORNEY AT LAW. OSee 493 Thir- XX teenth street , with J. W. T. Richardi. janll-if C. P. MAHUERSQJi" . A TTORNEY AT LAW. 343FarnhamHt. , ± \ Omaha. Nebraska. "W. J. /COUNSELOR AT LAW AND DISTRICT \.J Attorney for Second Judicial District. Office , Rooms 1 and 2. Jacob's Block. Omaha. Nebraska. PARKE GODWIN ATTORNEY AT LAW. 14th and Dongla Streets , with Q. W. Doane. ii. F. MA ATTORNEY AT LiW. OFFICK-Vls ( Cher's Block. On tha. Nebraska. marietf T. W. T. RICHAKBS , A TTORNEY AT LAW. OOce. 490.13th JL\ Street , between Farnham and Harney Omaha. Nebraska. WM. L. PEABODY , AWYER. Creighton Block. JLt Omaha. Nebrask * . O. H. BAIXOTT A TTORNEY AT LAW. Offiee.Creighton's rx new block , southeast comer room , firs : door. Omaha. Nebraska. G"W. . A.MBROSE. A TTORNEY AT LAW. 2SO Douglar St. . XX Omaha. Neb. E. D. C. ERFLING , JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office-Cor. t/ Tenth and Leavenworth-sta. seplStf LUTHER R. WRIGHT TUSTICE OF THE PEACE. OOce- f ) Douglas- ? ! . , west entrance Caldwell Block. ian4 E. ESTABRCOK , A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office. Creighton A. Block. Omaha. Nob. TS. S. BURNEAIS. ATTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Over Hubormann's Jewrlryfctore. Cor 13th and Douglas Streets. Omaha Neb. G. E. PRITCH3ETT. A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW A Office. 511 Thirteenth Street. Address Lock Box 9 Omaha. DEXTER X , . THOMAS. AND COUNSELOR AT LAW ATTORNEY No. 8. Vieschers Block. Omaha. Neb. JAMES O. ADAMS , A TTORNEY * AT LAW. Office , room 6 -TV Creighton block , corner Fifteenth and Douglas streets. ianl8-tf E. W. SIMERAL. A TTORNEY AT LAW. OBce-room ± \ . 6. Creighton block , corner of Douglas and Fifteenth streets octll-d&wtf JOHBJ T. BELL. OFFICIAL stenographer and notary. Depositions taken in one-fifth the time nsuallyrequired. Office , southeast cor. 15th and Douglas. mar3-3m CHICAGO. & Mo Bailroafl , THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE FROM OMAHA TO CSICAOO AND THE EAST , " 7Is Dei Molne * , l/27ecport and Itcck lilar.il o This Route beln ; t onW v equipped irllh elegant new Coacbei , lace Sleeping Can , and having theTadvaatago a smooth and well bal- listed track , ofiers the traveUne public an East era Line uneqnaled for Speed , Comfort ord Balety. o All Passenger Trs'.ni are equipped with the WKSTiseHousa PATBKT AIR BZARXS and Miller's Patent Bilotr FlaUorm Coupler. Two Fast Expreas Trains Leave Dal y , connec e as ollo . AT DE8 M01NKS with tbe DCS Molnes Valior Railroad for Oilcaloosa. Ottumwa , Kcokuk and St. Louis , AT GRINNELL with the Central Railroad oi Iowa , for all points north to St. Paul , AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington , Cedar BapMi A Minnesota Railroad for Burlington , Cledar Rapii3 , Dahuque 4. Bt. Psnl. t WILTON JUNCnON Trlth the Fonlh-Wwtrn branch , for Muscatine WuhlnEton and rolnU sontn. TT IJATEiTFOaT with the Davenport A St Paul Kallrasd for points north. AT BOCK I8LAlll > with the Weat rn Union Ballroai for fteeport , Belolt , Eadne. Mil waukee , and all points n northern Illinois and WlJCf Mia AT BOCK IHLAI1D with the Bockford , Bock lalandandBt. Ionia Bsllrosd for St. Louis andpolnMaoaUi. AT BOCK IHLAJJ1) with the Feorta A Bock Isl n < ! Palircad for Feoiia and polnta east. AT BDBEAU JUKC. , with branch , lor Hen ry , lafos. Callllcoth and Feorla : AT LASAiLE with tDellllnola Central Ball- road lor point * anith and eontb. AT CHICAGO with all th ? lines Eaat , North and Bni'h. THBOUGH TIOXST8 to all &utW ! ot ! < via this line , ecu bo r-rccnired , ami 3117 lufor- matlon ottalncd , onccralnj routes , at lh ( Tlckat OHce In tha Union Faclflo Depot , Omaha , and nlto at ten principal Uckctotaca aJom the line o ! ibt Dr. R.S. iaD to all 5 tnr ; . Fobala. All information regarding Fautngera and Freight cheerfully tumlshod , an < ! Bleeping Car Bertha for sale at the Oompanv'a Office , 253 FABNHAM 8t. , ( Grand C ntral "Hotel ) Omaha A. U. BlilTlJ , fl. BIDDLS , Gen'l Fan'r Ae't , G n'l S'ip't Chicago. Ghlctco. W. CLAIB , 8. 8. BTEYEH8 , Passenger Agsst , Gen'l Western Art , Oniaha , Omaha H.P. DEUEL , Ticket Ag nt , Omaha Througu to cnicago WITHOUT CHANGEQF CAMS. flie-Cliicaro BnrliDgton & Qnincj KAIXKOAU. With IU Smooth and Perfect Track. Elegant Passenger Coaches , and PULLMAN SLEEPING AND DININ9 CARS Is acknowledged by the press , and all who travel over it. to be the best appoint ed and best managedroad In the country. Passenger * ) Oolng Ea t Should bear in mind that this U the Beat Route to Chicago , And all points east , north and northwest Passengers by this ronto have choice of Four Different routes and the advantage of SIX DAILY LINES PALACE SLEEPING CARS YORK WITHOUT CHAN 62. All express trains on this lice are equipped with Westinehouse Patent Air Brakes , and Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Con- pleis. the most perfect protection against ac cidents in the world. Pullman Palace Sleeping and Dining Can are run on the Burlington route. Information concerning routes , rates , time , connections , &o. , will be cheerfully given by applying at the office of the Bur lington Route. Grand Central Hotel , corner Fourteenth and Farnbam. Omaha. Neb. WM. B STROMO , D. W. HITCHCOCK. Gen'l Bupt.Gen'l Passenger Agt , ' Chicago. 111. Chicago. 111. J. 0. PHILLIPPI. H. P. DEUEL. Airnntt. Omaha. Ticket Ag't.Omaha aGJ lures rienralgia. Face ,2Ache , Rheumatism. Gout i Frosted Feet , Chilblains. faSore Throat. Erysipelas. Bruises or Wounds in man VJor Animal. iC A valuable horse had iCE E swelling and hard lumps in his throat ; could not swallow ; applied Giles' Liniment Iodide of ammo < nia : instantly soreness . and lumps disappeared. I LUfell and cut my hand on a rusty nail , applied the lin- O imet. healing , it up with out experiencing soreness. Ill No stable or family shonid 2J be without it. THOMP- QBONA BROS. , nth and VineSts. . Philadelphia. OSold by all drugguts. Depot No. < 51 Sixth Ave- Qnue. New York. OnlySOo Jjand'l per bottle. J. K. ISH. A nt. ' TIME TABLES. 110 DEP1BTC8E Of TE1IU , Ulion Pictlfa. LBMVK. ABSIVB. Dally Express 1215 P. M. 3 45P. M. do Mixed445 do 930 da do Freight6 CO A.M. 515 do do do 3 SO do 1115A.M. Tim * Card of tS BirllitftOB Ro t . LIIVK OMAHA. ABBIVI OMARA. Ezpress..4 40 P. M. Express . . .1000A. M. Malll 510A.M. Malll 1040P.M. ( Sundays Excepted JSnndays Excepted. This is tba only Una running Pullman Hotel dining care. H. P. DEUEL. Ticket agent. Omaha. Neb. Chicago , Rock liland & Pieifle. Mallt 510 A M. ttfliO P. M. Expre i-400P.M. JDTOA.M. ISundaya Exceplnd. Qhlcigo & NorthwtiUra. Mallt 10 A. M. tlO40 P. M. Express 4 00 P. M. 40 00 A. M. tSnndays Eicepted. Ktiiai CHy & 81. Lo.ii Sheri Lin * . MorningEx ' A.M. 925 A. M. Evening Ex P.M. 820P.M. The only line running Pullman Sleeping Cars oat of Omaha to Union Depot. St. Louis. FRANK E. MOORES. A. C. DA WES. Ticket Agent. Gen P. A T. Ag t. . Omaha , Neb. St. Joe. Missouri. Omaha & NorlhwH rn and Sioux Cify 4 Paalde Railroads. Mall ExpreM8:00 A.M. 2:0 ? P. M Daily except Sundays. B. & M. R. H. in Nabratka. KearnyJnnEx-9CB A. M. 3:45 P. M St. Louis Ex .9:3T A.M. 4CO P. M Plattsm'th Ac-6OC P. M. 8:50 A. M Omnibuses and baggage wagons leave the officfl Grand Central Hotel fifteen minntns in advance of the above railroad time. OPEXIIIC m CLOME BF MAILS n mm GLOBE. ITXBT. r. M. A. M. U.IP. R. R . - 4:00 : ' 11:20 BABT. C. i : ? . W. R. B11:00 4CO C. R. I. A P. R. R - 11:001 4:00 B. 4 M. R. R - 11:00 4:00 : BOUTH. C. B. i St. Joe - 7:30 : 400 0. 4 S. W. R. R _ 8:20 8:20 BORTH. 0. A N. W. R. B . 2:50 7:45 . Chicazo and all Kastern cities. Nebra ka City , and Council Rluffc. duo at 11:00 a. m. . clones at 4:00 a. m. . and 2:40 p. m. St. Louis and 6U Joseph , due at 11:00 a. n. and 7 30 p. in. : closes at 2:40 a. m. 2 45 p. m. Office open ' 'nndars frora 12 tel p. m. THOS. T. HALL , PostmmUr. Ancient Free and Ace. Masens. CAPITOL LODGE. No. 3. A. f. * A. W. Chartered 1SS7 , . , , Offioers-G. W. Llnlnger. W. M. : B. K Jackson. B. W. ; S. T. Cole. J , W. : C. F. Joodman. Treasurer ; Wm. K. Bowen. Sec retary. 227 members. COVBRT LODGE. No. 11. A. f. * A. M. Chartered 1868. . Officers W.i. 'Baker. W.M. : Geo. Patter- on. S. W. ; J. Stefien. J. W. ; C. Hart- man. Treasurer ; J. Morris. Secretary. HO members. ST. JOHN'S LODGE. No. 25 A.F.4'A.M. Chartered 1869. Officers Jonn O. Taylor. W. M. ; J. B. Bruner. S. W. : T. Nolan. J. W. ; J. ( t facobs. Treasurer : E. E. French. Secretary. 3 members. OMAHA CHAPTER. No. I. R. A. M. Organised 1859. _ _ _ . . Officers Byron Stanherry. H. P. : David E. ; Hume , K. : W. N. Nason B. ; C. t : foodman ; Treasurer ; J. G. Taylor.Secretary : OMAHJUJOUNCTL. No. 1. R. 4 S. M. Offlcerfr-C. F. " Goodman. T. JMByron Jtanberry.D : I. M. : A. D. Clara .P , 0. Wl rl. Hellman. Treasurer. Jean Schons. Reo. 9\roUNTrOALVAKY COMMANDER * . No.I.K. T. Established 1865. Officers : C. F. Goodman. C. ; D. E. HUTC.Q. : J.S.France. C. G. : C. Hartman - man , Treasurer : J. S. France. Rec. 138 members : Knights of Pythias. OFFICERS OF THB GRAND LODG * Of NEBRASKA. G. C T. S. . Shropshire. Omaha. G. V C. . Anthony Rels. North PUtte. G. P. George K. Mooney. Crete. Q. M. of E. , August Aust. Omaha. G. K. of R. andB. . E. E. French , Omaha- . M. at A. . A. D. Marshall. Lincoln. 0. 1. O. , D. A. Moffatt. Omaha. 9. 0. G , Jacob Frank. Omaha. O. L. . W. W. Wardell. Fall * City. The order numbers twenty-two Lodge * in Nebraska , with a total membership of nearly one thousand. ' NEBRASKA LODGE No. 1. Rl ot ft. Officers 1) . A. MoDatt. f. C. ; J' J. ell. J. . C. C. : G. W : Ahlqnist. V. C. : French. P. ; M. G.McKoon , M. E. : Engt Bcencer. M. F. : J. S. Shropshire. K : R. b. | C. 0. AMonlst. M. A. ; George Hay * . I > G.l C. E. Bonton. 0. G. _ KNIGHTS OF P7THIAS. Planet Lodge. No. 4 , ( German ) . Officer * for the ensuine year : C. C.Gustav Fries : V. C. . Rudolph Trossin ; Prel , Sebastian Blnemle ; K. of R. & 8. . Dr. A. Hotten- roth ; Banker Jocob Frank : Fin. Seer. . Samnel Alotz. Trustees. A. Aust. Julius Treitschke _ _ Odd r-ellowshlp. STATE LODGE ; Officers Darius Hartaon , N. G. : A. F. Sorden. V. Q. ; E. B. Weist. Secretary : H. Goldsmith. Treasurer. Meets at Odd bellows Hall Monday evenine. BEACON LODGE. No. 20. Officers W. I. Baker , N. G. : Frank Barlage. V. G. ; Chas. E. Weeks , Secreta ry : Adolph Meyer. Treasurer. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall. ALLEMANNEN LODGE. I o. 8. 1. 0. 0. F. Officers Julius Rndowsky. N. G. : Her man Tebbins. V. Q. ; G. Striffler. R. 9. ; Pi Tlanssen. P. 8. ; Henry Lehman. Treasurer. Meets at Odd IFellowi Hall Wednesday envening. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ German Order of the Harugart. NEBRASKA STATE LODGE. Officers Chaa. Banokes. D. D. G. B. ; D. St. Gyer. 0. B. : Alf. Arnemann. U. B- : Aug. Anst , Secretary : Henry Hitter. Treas urer. Meets every Thursday ft 207 Farn- lam-st _ TliK BtlrUiS CLFB. Officers John Wilson. President ; M. W Fleming. Vice-President : William Anderson rreasnrer : William Flemlng-Secretary : Wm. [ ilddell. David Knor. and Wm. Anderson. Jonncflmen. _ THE BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Division 183 meets second and fourth Sat urday evenings of each month , corner 14th and Douglas streets. E. B. Wood C. I.i E. R. M thls. F. AE _ OMAHA MAENNERCHOR. Meets Tuesday and Friday evenings , ererj week , at Thiele's Walhalla. Officers Frank Herten , President : Jno. Raichart. Vie -Pre- drident ; Edward Wirth. Corresponding Sec retary : Jnllns Treitschke * Financial Secret ary : Albert Nast , Treasurer : Herman Merer. Dlrigent : Fred. Schiess. Bihlotheque ; Wm. AlstadtStandard Bearer. Number of Mem bers 70 : active singers. 24 ; passive 44 ; hon orarr members S ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY. Officers John Evans , President ; B. B. Welst. Secretary and Librarian ; M. G. McKee . Treasurer. Number of volume * . 600 _ _ HOME LITERARY SOCIETY. Meets every Tnesdayevening at 7.30 o'clock. in the bvement of the United Prenbyterian Church. Eighteenth and California Street * Officers E B Knox. President : J L Me- Cague. Vice-President ; J L Brodlsh. Seere- tarv : D J Baldwin. Treasurer. DOUGLAS COUNTY Ban ASSOCIATION Officers A. J. Poppleton , President : B. S. 3. Kennedy. Vice-President ; J. W. SavMe. Treasurer : A. Swartslander. Corresponding and Recording Secretary. Organ lied Angnn nth. 1875. Membership. 40. IMPBOVED ORDER OF RED MEN. Council fire kindled every Monday even- ng. Wigwam over Martin's drug store. north-west corner Douglas and Fourteenth streets. E. O'Snlllvan. C. of B. ; Jamet Donnelly. S. : Wm , M. Bamberger. S. S. : G. Stevenson. P. : Geo. Karlle. J. S. : C. Hartman K.ofW J OURNBYM AN TAILOR'S UNION. Meet * first Monday in every month at Tur ner Hall , at 8 o'clock. Officers Pwtident C. lamman : Vise-President John Fleigtli lecorder sad Corresponding Secretary , B. layes ; Treasurer. Qnstav Swanion. " OMAHA LODGE No. 3. 10. . O. T. Established FebruarrlstlffiS. PresentOffieers Robt. V. Brinkley. N. O.j Niton Rogers. V. O. ; C. C. House ] , 8 o. : John Evans. Treasurer. Meets every Friday evening in Odd Fellows' Hall , north-west corner of Dodge and Ffteenth Street * . ODD FELLOWS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCI ATION. Organiied June 21 , 1873 Officers J. W. Tichola * . President : R. G.Ryley. Viee-Pres- dent : E. B. Weist. Secretary : John Evans. Treasurer Meets first Wednesday in eaeh BLACKBERRIES Are one ef the most valuable of our na tive fruits. Cooling and astringent , 'they form when compounded and medicated the very best and safest remedy known for Diarrhea. Dysentery. Flux , and what is nommonly called the Summer Complaints , these are Always troublesome and sometime * ferribly fatal , especially among children : Many lives might be saved by riving them prompt attention , and care. On the other hand , many lives are sacrificed by the use of preparations containing laudanum and other plates. Dr. Green's Blackberry Cordial f ln t what it represents to be ; apure medica ted compound containing nothing infnrioua to the system , yet prompt and effective to iheekand cure these diseases in men and [ iromen. Being made without alcohol , it U the very best and safest remedy for children. After this disease is checked the bodyis tenerally left worn and debilitated. A daQy ind moderate nse of Dr. Green' * Bitter Fonie will revive and build it up , giving tone ind vigor tothe whole system , with an in- leased and healthy appetite. If your dnup rlrt does not keep Dr. Green's Family raedi- sines. rend to the proprietors , E. T. Bart rnff&Co. . Burlington. Iowa , and theywil 'end you trial samples , a * well u circular" ind testimonials. For salf by J. K. Ish , and ) by 0. F. Good- . . MH. mch208tidly 29 feEDICAL. AMERICAN MJ 162 Harner-SL Omaha Ku.rnka " FOR TB * T ATMS1T * T 111 Dusti if Sum , Clinic Eteuu & Defnlthi 8.D.Mercer.M.D. Surswn and in charge ( fhrome Diseases. J. C. Danise. M. D. . charge of Disease ! of Ej * . Ear and Throat. senleodwtf VEGETINE. The Great FAMLY MEDICINE. * n HEALTH mam. General Debility. Debilityit a term nvd to denote deficien cy of blood. The nutritive rorstituent * of thn blood are in lew than their rejnlar prc- Portion , white the watery p rti m eij. . .Ueblllty i of frequent occurrence. Iti * in cident to a variety of dioa. es. The lower limbs are apt to be swolleen. The patient "feeblo nd rannot bear much exertion. The circulation i < irresnlar. bnt almost al ways weak. Palpitation of the heart U a very 1 common symptom. Violent emotion aft a throws theheart into the most tnmnlBbi action. The vital functions are lan nWy performed. The mncular trenzthisdimin- I h-d : fatljrne follows moderate r slight exorcise. Tbe breathing though quiet when at rest , becomes hurried and even painfully azitated under exertion. z fa running , ajcendinjr height * , etc. Th ner- .vonj system _ is often greatlv disordered. \ ertigo. dwinew. and feeling of faintness - ness are venr common. Violent nd ob ti- cat6 neuralgic pain * in the head jidn. bremt nd other parts of the bodr. ure nlo fre quent at endants upon the di ea e. Tha jecretionj are sometimes jdimtebhed. In female * the men esarealn.o t always either ujiw-nded or very raa > faHy performed. The bio In scanty , and eo-HvneM. with un healthy Evacuation ? from the boweln and dyspeptic state of the stomach , are extreme ly common 8ymptomJ _ MARVKLOt ? EJfFECT. ? VR' , .SlltT ! ' ! ' . Dear Sir : I have used Vewtine. andfrolit a duty to ac knowledge the great benefit it U has dons me. In the sprins of the yecr 152 I was sick from general debility , canied by over work , want of sleep and proper re t. I was very weak and murh emaciated. T tried many remedies , without rsc tvin * any benefit from any of them , until T WM Pe n c d to trr Vegetin , Before I had taken thin one week my improved condition pave me renewed hope and eourace. l con tinue ! to take it every day. gaining more strength until T nas completely restored to health. The effect of thi ratnedy. in cue of general debilltv. i in.l isl marvellous _ . ELTJIAr.ETn A. FOLKT. 21 Webster ( tre'iarleton. . Massi SWOLLEN LniB3. r.Tev xs Dear slr-I write thi note to inform yon of f-o eflect of - " Tour -Blood Purifier" noes mysvstem. WhenI ommeneedtakinKit. m y'RT ago. I w very much debilitated. M limbs were swollen so that it was imposslola for me to get into or out from aearriw. l1 to * " np or down talrs. scarcely stand en my f t. ? a' K"ne. my str nrth failina ; MPialy. After using your medicine for lew weeks I h g n to improve. Miy pp tiU improved and my stronzth returned. I caa now perform my duties as a nurse with BIT wonted eaa : and I feel I owa it to Tours gratefully , MHB. C. A. H. TILDEN. _ A PERFECT rTHE. - " Cn * " STOwxJunen.lS6i ; v ITo c Mr. H. R. BTRVKNB : D-ar Sir This is to cerMfy that Vsarmrt made a perfect cnre of me when my attend ing physician had pronounced ray oasa con sumption. and said I could not surtiva many days.MRT. MRT. T..RDB70V. 35 Cook street. The fact * stated . by Mr. . Lodston ara per sonally known by mo. and they are true. A.D.HATKES. Wouldnot be Without TOK TEN TIMES ITS COST. The great.b . pe6t J have received from the nse of VEOETINK induces ma to give my testimony in its favor. I believe it to ba not only of great value for restoring tha health , but a preventive of diicssee peculiar to the spring riFfemumer seasons. I would notBWtithout it for tan times it * cost. EDWIN TILDES. Attorney and General Agent rorMastaehu- sntta of the Crnftmen's L5f Assnranca Company. No. 49 Sears' Bnildinr. BoitCB , * _ PHIPARKD BTT H. R STKTEN8. B OSTOTf - 3M FRA CHUSE1 IS. YEQETINE IS SOLD BY All DRUOQIST THE KNEKY OF DISXABZI THE FOE OF PAIN ! To M9H andUwurt. THE GRAND OLD TJ S T A 2T G LINIMENT , Which has stood the test of 4" sart. There is no sore It will not he * o lameness - ness it will ot cure , no ache , r - > iin. that afflcte the human body , o- H > ly Of a horse or other domestic a- that do c not yield to its magiatnn bottle seat ing 25c..60c. . or W.OO.hten saved th life of a human beingatored to UJti and usefulness many * _ bla hors . mchaodiwly EXPJSCJTORATIOBr. Is the act of di nbarginir from the thmat an * jhert matter that ari eslfrom cold * , in- rtead of scattering and distributing through the blood. snJ nolsoning U. 1r thus assisting th LunS. Throat and Ch K Dr. Green's Expectorant enn * CoM . Conihs. Asthma. Bronchitin. Croun. T > yj > - theria , Whooplnc C neh iui.1 ! 1 afiVtionf nf the Lungs. Throat and Chntt. * nd f first stares of Consumption and Tyr > aoid Fever. Its qualltien are Kxneetoraat. Seda tive Pectorial and Alternative. It dos not ston the rough as mont preparations do. by their anodyne and astringent effeeU. retain , ing the innrons and offending matter In th nlood and causing permanent disease of th Lungs , bnt It rrir by Ioon ning the rough and assisting the Innesand throat to Urnnr off the offending matter , which eanie * tfca coujh. thus scientifi lly making the ra perfyrt. It at onrn alleviate * the BOitdte- trynne cold on the lanire. " ntte and aIl T Irrifation. and hreaku np Whorninr COSK No bette- remedy can h * found for Astbm * Bronchitis. Croup and all affertions of Oi Throat LUHM and Chest , and If conHnnM in use will snbdno any tendency to Connjmp- tion. Lung and Typhoid Fever If the liver is torpid or the bowels eonstl- 2m itft fe7 do'M ' of J > rn > f T'lwt Pills will assist nature. No better cathar- tie can be found. ; & ? Goodman and J. K. LA. thd-lv -HJLJ.TJEK , Atare the experience * of this life. BOM ar without iU silver lining. Troubles and cares come ; some abide with us : some pat away. To-day the body Is vigorous , to-raor- T0 it Is a a and gone : life at best is short "a the great problem how to perpetual * It is still unsolved. Life , however , can b pro longed. the weak and feeble body made strong , no matter from what cause induced. and instead of being a burden to dlapeptte and debilitated bodies , rin be msd * an en- dnring pleasure : but how ? Slmr'ybyth * ff"i daily and moderate n e of Dr. Orren's UU- i te Tonic. This truly mndicica : rrep ra- .1 Hon i not a rhe p and tr bv article , in . tended simply to stimulate and then Ienv the second state of the bodr wone than tha flrtt. but it gently relaxes the bowel * , stim ulates the liyer. making it work off the noi- sonous hnmor'of the blood.eontrol ; and rnra- latei digestion , thereby removing th < r nf < of headaches land low spirits , relieve * flatu lency and foul stomach , giving ton * and stability to that organ with an fncr aed and healthy appetite ; regulates female wea'nm prevents fever and ague and malarious < lis- eases , protects the system from nnwholetoxa air and impure water , and vitaliie and tones the whole body again > t all attack * of iiseaso. Try It and you will find it pleasant to the taste'andhealmir to the fwvlr. In sudden or severe eases of Liver Com plaint. or in Constipation of th bowels. A few dose * of Dr. Green's Liver PilU will aj- rist the Tonic in a cure , and if yon are sbak Inr with the ague. Dr. Grrsn's Ague Fill irill drive It away. For sale by C. F Goodman andby J SB. RESTORE 0. of youthful The have ried in vain every v - ro-nedy. will learn of a simp * scription. FREE , for the'speedi ifTnervioui. debility , premature decaj t oanhood. and all disorders brought oa hr ixcessM. Anydru risthaa the ingredient ? . Iddrs * . DA VIDSON Jk CO. 86 Nkaau-rt. .