Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 07, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 3

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"DON'TfFGRGET
That you canbuy Goods of the
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" \ undersigned atiinlfealfd ofDc w
Prices , as indicated below. , J
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Sold at Sc , 5c , Sc.andvlOc for
each article. O r H'
i
40c , 50e per pound
upwards , nud. a present
irivemritn cvcryiioHnd of.Tca
sold.
Brown , 16c , SO. % K and SSc per poundGround
Cofl , lOc , % > c , a d n extra uic * Coffee for 25c
per pound.
ePICEi Tire nqrt * complete assortment in
Omiha and at'pricca beloir all competitors.
RAKISQ I'OTVDER 15c and upward.
FULORISO LXIltAUT3- EC per boUIe
andcpwird. ' " * ' *
KSSiEXCES At So aliottlc.
SHOE BLACSINO at 5e. STOVEBLACKDiO ,
arn box at Sc. CLOTUES-LI.NE , from 8 to 15c
each. CLOTHES PINS , Sdvzen for Sc. SHOE
BRUSHES , 8c , ICc and upwardg. Scrub Brush-
ci , 6c. IlorsoJJrutbrs , 15c. Carpet Tacki , Sc.
Toilet Scara at SOc a dcren.'aiid upwards. Bine-
Int. be. Ptprer Sauce , and Fnnch Mustard ,
lOceacb , Mop HuulUa , IM , Axle Grease. Ji
torlfic. ComSUrtb.Ss per popod. laundry
Starch , extra qualityfat Sc per pound. " Citron ,
Orange and Leni n Peel , "at SOc per pound.
"WKIow and Wooden ! " Ware cheap. Wash
Boards , 16s. Brooms , 2 for 2Sc. Bird Food In
me pound packages with Cuttle Huh Bone at
lOc.
Hackwell's Durham , 60o per pound ; Best
Hue Tobacco at COc , and fine vrariety of Cigars
cad Tabacco and the best Co Cigar in Omaha.
Try them.
SXTCK ,
Weallownooneto undersellus ,
Superior quality of Syrups at 70c per gallon ,
fteo per keg. LAUNDRY SOAPS sold at hot.
. torn prices. DRiEU FRUITS , extra quality a
low prices. C a.ACKERS , best In market and as
cheap a * the chtapeet.
TTe hare also ad Jed the following goods to our
lock , which w propose to Mil cheap. v
Camphor Gum , White War.
Sulphur , Ess. Jam. OiBger ,
.Borax , Paragorio
-Salt Peter , Luiduman ,
Alum , Liquorice Drops ,
Aqua Ammonia , btrengthening Blister ,
Cubebs , Fans White ,
Epermadlle. Whlttnr , . , .
Quinine Pills , CntlleFIshBone/ '
Sweet Oil , SageThyme , '
. , Marjoram , w
JUehlnaOfl , Caraway Bead ,
Mustard Peed , Calrdomou Seed , ,
flnlphnr Camphor and Tar Soaps.
an Immense Variety o
Other Goods too Numer-
oas to mention ,
which we pledga onrielvea to eell
cheaper than other Dealers. Don't
Jorget Jt , &nd give ua a ealL Eimm-
Ine goods and compare prices. Spec
ial rates to parties buying to sell
again. Orders from tha conntry
filled. Prices guaranteed and seat
0. 9. D.
KEMEMBER OUR N MBER ,
113 North Fifteenth , adjolninft L.
B. Williams & Son , Dry Goods Store ,
Omaha , Neb.
BENNETT & CO.
W. R. .
ATTORKEYS-AT-LAW.
WM. SIMERAL ,
A TTORjEY AT LAW-OampbeU's Blockt
J18th 8treatbetwe nFanibam and Douglas.
OMAHA , KKB.
A. C. TRQUP ,
TTORNEf AT LAW Offlce Jn Hanacom's
Block , with George E. Prltchett , 1604
ifit. OMAHA , NEB.
DEXFERL THOMAS ,
TTORNKT AT LAW-Crulcksnank Build
A. M. CHADWICK , . _
AT LAW OBce IBM ramhani
LTTORKEY " , i
A. 8WARTZLANDE ' , .
TTOBNKY" AT LAV-Cor. UUi and nrnham
L stwst. Bay2SU
WILLIAM A. FONDA ,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
A. Room Ko. 6 , Frenier Block , opposit Post
QfBe. OMAHA. MSB.
WM.LPEABODY ,
Office In Crclgbton Block , next to
LAWYER , OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
VOTABT rUBLIO. OOLLXOTIOKB MADK
E. D. MCLAUCHLIN.
A TTORSET AT LAW AND JUSTWE OP
A. TnE PEACE Southeast comer FUt eath
Attended
O'BRIEN & BARTLETT , .
Attoineys-at-Law ,
OFFICE-Unlon BlodcFifteenth ani ? Famhaml
A. L. R8BISON.
TTORKET AT LAW. Room Crelghton
L Block. OKAHA Keb. -r lun-U
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KARBACH BLOCK , COR. DOUCI5TH STS.
OMAHA. NEB. .
W. d. Cbnnell ,
Attorney-at-Law ,
Office : Front rooms , up stairs. In Hanaeom's
new brick building , N. W. corner Fifteenth and
Farnham Streets.
Walter Bennett ,
AttorneyatLaw (
OmcaOver Byron Beed t& Co.'s Rea Ertate
Office , 212 Fourteenth Street. Iebl2-Ut
JoBH L BIDICX. '
REDICK & .REDICK , -
Attorneys-at-La
t
Spedtl attention will be given to all suits
against corporations of every description ; will
practice In al .the Courts of th Btata and the
United States. Offlce. Farnham EL , opposite
Court House. /J
, ADAMS &S1MERAL ,
A TTORNETB AT LAW Room 0 Crelrhto
JBlock. . lEth tad Douglas streets. noMh
C. F. MAKDERSON ,
SY AT LAW 2 Farnham Street
Oiiaha KebrMkai
"
PARKE
A TTORKET AT LAWltth'and Douglas
jtX Btrsets , with G. W.Doane.
T. W. T. RlOlAKBS. , .O. J. H05X
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
At 16 rn B y s - aMW .
Orncz 215 South Fourteenth Street.
EAST INDIA
SOLD
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TEEEhBMLT BEE
OMAHA PUBLISHING . . PROPRIETORS ,
H r-
farnhsm , btt. 9A and 10th Street * .
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION J
1 yearIn advance ( postpaid ) fa00
C months " ' _ 4.00
j months
Mv
MvTIMETABLES. .
THE MAILS.
0. K. Vf. K. B , , 4.iO a. ta. , S p , m
Oi n. 4 O. , 420 a. m. , 8 p. m. < t
C. R. 1. ir. R.E..4SOa.m. , JpCrn.
C. a. St. Joe 4:50 a. m. , 8p.m. J
S.Clty&P.SO a.m.
U. P.R-B.liaaa.ia.
O * N. W. , 7:30 x m
era xna.
0 N. W. R. B. , 11 a. m. U p. ru
B ft. O. , 11a.m. 920p.m.
0 K.l.AP.Uamllp m.
O. B. &St. Jew , 11 a. m , , 11p.m. ,
S. City & P. , U , m |
rU.P.-.t |
odl r"Ji for States Iowa leavs nt o a
y.tli : 1-30 a. ia.
OtSca open from 12 to p. m Sundays.
THOMAS ? . HALL. Postmartei.
Arrival andPepartureoilfralns
UNION PACIFIO.
' . UAVB. Aum.
Dally Express. . . . 1216 p.m. 8:20 p. m.
do Mixed 6:10 p. m. 436pm.
do Freight. . . 630 a. m. 1:40 p. m.
do do . . . . 8:16 a. m. 1250 a. m.
fit ! > f. CARD OF THE BUBLINQTOH BOUTE.
t ATI 85IA1U. OKAHA.
Express t'M p.t& . > reee WiOO a. m.
Uttjl 6.00 via. .10 # > p.0.
Snudays Excepted. Sundays Excepted
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC.
Uail _ . 6:00a.m. | lOtOOp.m.
press - SUOp.m.1 - 10:00 a.m. .
Sundays Excepted.
CHICAGO & NOBTHWESTEBH.-
Hail.i . 6.00 a ja. I 720 p. m.
Exprefi . StOp.m. |
Sundays cxcepted.
"KANSAS CITY , BT. JOE at COUNCIL worn
LIAYI. Akxm.
Mall _ „ _ _ 8.00 a m. I Express . . . " 6:46 a. m.
Theonly line running Pullman Sleeping Car
out of Omaha ta Union Depot.
OMAHA & NORTHWESTERN ANDSIOUI CITY
Jc PACIFIO RAILROADS.
Express 8:00 a m. | 2 5 pm
r _ - _
ii
goQ -
a-
tWKITl t AB l
Omaha OT ) . 9.03am I Kearney J-ncflvWSO *
PlattfmontharlOtt am J BloomingtonflT)6iO
Kearney J'ttAxfl-M pm f Red Cloud 0 * ) .836 a m
Rod Cloud ( arr)7S5pm ) I Plattamouthar)4:20pm ( :
Bloomlngtonar)935pm ( ) pOmaba ( arr.4Upm )
REPUBLICAN VALLEY RAILWAY.
Halting * ( ! T ) 8:05 : a-m. i Bloomlngton ( ar)130p.
Bloominjrton 126 p m | Hastings ( u ) fc 6 p m
SIOUX CITY ft ST. PAUL B. B
Mali . 6aO a. m. I Express . 10AO t , m.
Express . 8:40p.zn. I Mall . 7 0 p.m.
BRIDGE DIVISION U. F. R. B.
LeaveOmahadally : B a.m.,2 8a.m. , 10 a.
11 a. m. , 1 p. m. , S p. m. , 8. p. m. , 6 p. m. , B
' .Leave Council Bluffs : 83S a. m.,925
1036 a. m. , 1136 a. m. , 136p.m. , 1-28 p
SS p. m. , 636 p. m. , 038 p. m
J Tour trips on Sunday , leaving- Omaha at Band
a m. , 2 and & p. m. ; OooacU Blofi at 835
X m. , and S3 * and B3S p. to.
Leare Omiha : 6 a.m.,1 a. m.,8 0 a. m ,
p. m. , 40 p. m. , 735 p. m.
LeiTe Council Blnfls : 7J16 a. m. , 9:10 a. mi. ,
a. m. , 635 p. nx , 1M > p. m. , 7 0 p. m. ,
p. m. Dally except Sunday.
OMAHA & REPUBLICAN VALLEY B , B.
LKAVB. AUUTS.
a U . 10.45a.m. 4S6p. : m.
f Dailv excent Sunday.
COMMERCIAL.
_ %
Omaha Wholesale Markets.
OMAHA , May B , 1880.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
Dhoicutable 1720c
? ackerslots 1013
Frestieggs , perdoi
Etoncy * w *
POULTRY.
jhlckenB , per doz 2 00@2 26
Ducks 78
GROCERIES.
SUQARH.
3ntLoaf J
? owdered J1
Jranulflted 1' '
Standard "A" J
3HA Wall
Extra "C" 91
SYRUPS.
Extra choice and very bright. . . 48a62
Bright Table Drips 45a48
Efew Orleans MoUasses 48a50 .
Market advancing.
UOt FEE.
[ Uo , prime to choice 1718
Rio good to prime ,1J !
Rio fair to good 16ial6
Mocha 28
D. G.Java 25a8
RICE.
joodtoprime
DRYEDrKlJITS.
DldPrones .
jurrants.choice new . 7 <
BlackBerriea .
Raspberries .
? itted cherries . 22
Michigan grtd Apples . 9
S" . Y. Sliced . 9 |
Evaporated " . 1"
JUta Peaches .
Salt Lake Peaches .
MiforniaTeaches . 14 ;
CANNED GOODS.
'S"0y8ters , 2 Ib cans , case . . 3 75
do do lib can , per case. . 226
JghtWeight Oysters 2 Ib tf case 2 90
ialmon , 1 Ib , i ? dozen . 170
do 2 lb0 ! dozen . 2 75
Standard Tomatoe,2 ID , J ? case 2 50
" 3 ft , case 3 35
Standard Peaches , 3 Ib , I ? case. 4 50
" 2 Ib , tf case. 3 60
laspberries , 2 H > , ? ? case. . 300
31 ckberries , 2 lb.,4 ? case . 2 70
Jorn , 2 tt.t ? case . v 2 50 4 00
Ipples , Gal , V dor . 885
Jafrow Fat Peas,2 B , tf case. . 390
ltringBeanis.21bpercase. . . . 240
SUNDRIES.
Jutmegs. . " J2
eper .
IlovesJ .
JoaslT. . 27
tope . U |
! aSdlesjl6o * . t 13
! reenwichLyeper case . 3 90
Jeans.per bushel . 0
Ihetse full cream . 14
Window Glass. 60 per cent dls- ,
tountoulist
HARDWAKB.
1BON.
lommoti bar. . . . / ' . . . . . . ' 4
[ one-shoe bar . 6 ,
forway nail rod. . 12
S1EJSL.
lastplow . 9
Un. cast , tool . 15@17
es'p' , Eng. do . 2530
AAILS.
'ens , upwards. . . . . . . . . . . 500 _
I'rd'd's shoe 'g . . " * . . .
mule" .
Imaha nails tens , upwards. i. 0 00
rVstfahn . 23@33
> utn.-un nails . 23@33
DRY GOODS.
BROWN COTTONS. '
Ltlantio "H" . 8 !
p" . . . . 7
do " ' " * " ' " "
epp rell "d""I. ! . . . 83-7i
/o "R" . 36-7i
do ' . -
ndlan Head
tebnwka , Standard "AA" .
- UKNUU ) .
"
Laoskeag . 17
leaverCeek , "AA" . 141
do "BB" . 13 |
laymakers . 10
Calmer . . . . . . . . . * * 10
Itis "AXA" . -15 ,
do "BB" . - * < ? ! * /
do "CC" . r . .US *
Varren "AXA" . 15
do "BB" . 14.
do "CO" . -vi 13
UDCKS.
Plymouth "AAA" . 15
few Bedford , 10 oz . 18
tostonS.0 . 12
BLEACHED COTTONS. .
ionsdale . 10J
do Cambria . 13
labot . 9
ruitof the-Loom . 11
ew York. Mill * . 03
Oils' Muslin . * . . .m . . .rs-r . 10
86-12
do . . . .v . 9-4 27
do . . . . . . 11-4-30
TICKINGS.
ftllfl O i
* * A *
do "AA"-
"
, , „ „ „ 10
PBlNXf.
5. . ' . . " . . . . . . . . * f . 7
* w * - JL <
Jj
Harmony 6 ,
American. . . . . * . . . . 7
Allen's 7
Allen'sPinks " * "
fV" v
AncoM Fancy. ? . . , . . . . . . " i * 7
MahchMter. . . . . - . * . t. . . .W m 7
Merrfraiek. . * . . * . : . . ? . . . . 7
MerHmack Shirtings . 7
Richmonds . * * 7
Rlchmonds , BTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Sprague'a . . . . . . . . . . . . " " . Cj
6un > on'i Mourning. ' . .V-.l A it I . 7
Simpson's Black . 7
. . . „ . . -
Amerlc n. % . . . . . . . . . . * " ! "
Amoakeag . ' * " 11@12
Awning s tripes v . 19
Lewiston , Av.- . ; - . . .j. , 16
Hamilton. . . . . " . . . . . . . . . .v . . . . . .y' 12j
r > meg .i..t.7 . . 5V1 * 16@17
itifludd '
* *
LUMBER.
lVamijig-18ft. and under. . . . ; " < , $2Q 00
abh'addft.oTerl8fperM.f. . ; 50
Fenchig , No. 1 , 12 to 20 ft : . . * 22 DO
" No. 2 , 12to20ft . 2000
Sheeting , Dressed , , No. 1..v. . . 20 00
*
, T . 'No. 2 . , . 1900
Common Boards , Dressed. . .I. . 2200
STOCK .BOARDS.
A Stock . - . 4000
B " . 3500
C " . . ' . 3000
Common Stock . 25 O
t . /LOOKING. / ,
No. Flooring . 4030
No.2 " . 8500
No.3 " . 2500
Yellow Pine Flooring , No. 1. . . 45 00
SIDINO.
No.lSididg . 2500
No.2 " . 2250
RiO. o * . . . . . . . . . . . . . UU
PICKETS.
No. 1 Pickets , per-M . 3250
No.2 " " . 2500
FINISHING.
No , 1 Finish , 1 } . 11 , and 2 in. . . 6500
No. 1 " 1 in . 5000
No.2 " 11 , li , and 2 in. . . 4500
No.2 " lin . 4000
No.3Fmishin . 3500
SHIP LAP.
Plain Ship Lap . 2300
0. G. " No.1 . SOC
" " No.2 . 250
" " No.S
B Beaded , 6 fctfNo.1. . . . 25
' No.2 28 ( X
i Beaded , 4 and6 in. , No. 1. . . . 40 OC
" " " No.2. . . . 35 OC
Corrugated Ceiling , No. L 50 0
SHINGLES.
A Star ( best ) Shingles. 37
No.2 " SOC
No. 3 " 25C
. . . . . . 1 Sc
bulk , per bush . 4 (
dement , bbl . 2 " 5
[ owa Plab r. bbl . 2 5C
Michigan Plaster1 , bbl . 27 !
aair.perbnsh . 2J
rarredFeltjlOO Ibs . 3 OC
Straw Board , " . * 4 OC
3. G. Battens , per 10 ft. lln. . . 125
RTell Curbing.- . 8000
, and 2 in. , In Battaper
POB1S.
. 71n 16
11 " 6In 16
" Quarter.Sln . ' 16
) ak,4x4 . % . . ' . * 30
" 4x6 - 40
) . G. C dng. ; 5J and 6 In. , per
100 ft , lin / n. . . . S CK
) ak Flank and Timber , per M. 40 00
31e r Poplar. . ' . Jfl 00
ilck Walnut. . ' . : 10000
HIDES.
Jreeu Hides , per Ib
ireen Cured Hides
> ry Hides 12@1B
) ry SalUd Hides 10@12
Iheep Pelts S0@l 00
Mlow 4j@5
LIQUORS. WINFS , ETC.
ligh Winee , tf gal 110
Ucohol , 180 tf cent. tf gal. . . . 2 15
tench Spirits proof 120
lanshall's Bourbon Whisky. . . . 1 25
liner's Bourbon Whisky 150
handy , very fine , tf gal 4 00a8 OC
do common tonne 1 50a3 75
( in , 100 per cent 1 40a3 00
do Holland , 90 percent 1 25
nms , mixed Jamaica , # gal. . . . 1 25a4 OC
do New England 2 00a2 5C
Kennedy Bitters t ? gal 1 5C
do do tfcase 700
do do do 100 caselots 6 50
lhampagnes , pints In baskets. .20 OOaSO 00
( omestic Champagne 12a20
ortWinetf case 5 OOalO 00
berries 5 OOalO 50
lies , Edinbnrg 275
do Bass&Co's 275
lulnnees Dublin Stout 2 75
LEATHER.
test SlaughterSole S3a35
test Oak S8a41
'renoh KJnSv 1 lOal 45
'rench Calf .leading brands. . . . 1 25a2 10
) om stlc Jups 65 al 00
Jomestio Cafis 90al 10
lemlock upper , < ? foot 20a 22
) ak upper , foot 24
train , upper , \ ? foot 20a22
dnings , $ doz 7 OOalO 00
'oppings , t ? doz , 9 00
lorocco , ( bootleg ) t ? f oot 35
do oil dressed 35
do Simon per skin 2 75&3 00
do Glovelkid 325
toot Webbingbolt 4050
HARNESS LEATHER.
ro. 1 PitUbnrg Oak 41
fo. 2 Pittsburg Oak 33
FO. 1 Cincinnati ! Oak 86
ro. 2 Cincinnati ! Oak 33
'o.l Hemlock 36
o.2HemIock 31
COAL , RETAIL
nthricTte 1050
lossburg 12 00
/yarning / 850
skaloosa 550
> waNut 500
Tilte Breast 5 60
PROFITABLE PATIENTS.
The most wonderful and marvelous success , in
scs where persons are Biok or waaticg away
3m a condition of mlgcrablenen , that uo ona
lowi what ails them , ( profitable patients for
ctors , ) li obtained by the use of Hop titters'
ley begin to cure from tha first dose and keep
up until perfect health aud strength ia res tor-
. Whoever is afflicted In this way need not
ffer , when they can get Hop Bittira. Eeo
her column.
Over indulgence in eating and drinking ,
hereby the liver is disorganized and the
'stem deranged. The sufferingfTesulting
om dyspepsia is very terrible , lind the
loner the patient can get relief the bet-
r. There is no remedy so effectual for
te cure of this disease as Simmons' Liver
egulator.
D. B. Dobson , M. D. , of Deer Park.
Ia. , says : "I have used the Regulator
r eight months , and find it has cured me
itirely of dyspepsia. It is the best medi-
ne I ever used for that disease , or , rather ,
is the only one that has proved satisfac *
> ry. "
BucKien's Arnica Salve
The BEST SALVE in the world for
nts , Braises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt
iheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Ohapp-
1 Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
inda of Skin Eruptions. ? his Salve
guaranteed to give perfect satiafao-
od in every case or money re Sanded ,
rice 25 cents per box. For Bale by
Jdly J. K. ISH , Omaha.
Free ol Cost.
DB. KINO'S NEW DISCOVERY for
onsumpUoD , Coughs and Colds ,
sthma , Bronchitis , etc. , ia given
tray hi trial bottles free of coat to
10 afflicted. If you have a bad
ingh , cold , difficulty of breathing ,
oarseness or any affection of the
iroat or lungs by all means give this
onderful remedy a trial. As yon
due your existence you cannot
lord to let this opportunity pass.
To could not afford , andtIKould net
ive thU remedy away unless ire
new it would accomplish what we
laim for it. Thousands of hopeless
ises have already been completely
ired by it. There is no medicine In
10 world that will cure one-half the
ises that DR. KINO'S NEW DISCOVERY
ill cure. Tor-sale by
(6) ( ) JAMES K ISH , Omaha.
$500 Reward.
t
We wtn pay the above reward for any case of
ver Complaint , Dyspepsia , Sick Headache , In-
geatlon , Constipation or Costivenest we cannot
in with West's Vegetable Liver Pills , when the
rectiens arc strictly complied .with. They ve
urelyvegetable , and never fail to give satiric-
m. Sugar coated. Large boxes , containing SO
ys , 5 cents. For sale by all drugrizts. Bo-
ire of counterfeits and iTnitjti"Tiy , The genu *
manufaetuted only by JOHN 0. WESTS CO :
[ he Pill Makers , " 181 * 1SS W. Huttson St. ,
Jc go. Freotrial package sent by sailpre-
U OB ecelpt of a 8 csat stamp ,
csold a wholesale by 0. F. Cooimaa , JJC. Isb ,
4 Kssaarf Fori bj. Odihi ( ijapsdiwly
IXJET LEA.VENWOBTH.
WHKK AND HOW IT WAS LOCATED Iff-
TEBE3TINO HISTORY.
St , Louis Republican.
Fifty-three years since , on the 20th
of May , 1827 , Fort Leavenworth was
first marked out and occupied by the
T7nlted SUtes troops. At that date
the western line of the ttate of. .Mis-
eouri commenced at latitude 36'deg.
30 nun. _ near the northwestern cor
ner of Arkantai { erritory , and ran
north , parsingthrongh the S5outh of
the Kansas river to the line of Iowa
territory , at the present northwest
corner of Worth county , Missouri.
The present six counties of Flatte ,
Buchanan , Andrew , Hodway , Holt
andAtclrson iaiilissonsi , known as
the Platte purchase or reservation ,
was claimed by the Iowa tribe of In
dians , and by them ceded to the gov
ernment by treaty in J82G , and in
1836 it was added to the State of
Missouri by act of congress. - By
order of the war department made in
1827Col. Leavenwortb-was instructed
to take four companies of troops and
ascend the Missouri Driver and build
a cantonment on the west side of the
river 40 miles .from the month of the
Kansas to t > o located within the
vicinity of the Haw Indians. In
purauance of this order on the 17th
day of April , 1827 , parts of four com
panies consisting of 204 men and
commanded respectively by Captain
B elknap , ( father of'Gen. Belknap ) ,
JSeuts. Wheeler , Babbitt and Hunt ,
left Jefferson barracks below St. Louis
in three keel boats and on the 16th of
May reached and encamped at the
present site of Parkville to await the
arrival of Col. Leavenwortb , who waste
to locate the can tenement. He ar
rived on the 19th , and on the 20th
he took Corporals Wilkeraon
Ellis and Private Shep Brock in i
skiff and rowed to the landing , a' '
what was then called Battlesuaki
bills. Here the party scrambled on
the top of the bluff through the thick
undergrowth and admired the pros
pect from the plateau. Col. Leaven
worth walked up upon a leaning tre
and told Corporal Ellis to blaze a Urge
oak as the site of the camp. He then
said : "Men , I am going to locate a
poithere and call it after your colonel
what do you think of it ? " They an'
jwered : "It is a good name. " Sup
per was then cooked , and the next day
the troops were ordered up , and the
work commenced in earnest to. clear
sff the tite for the cantonment II
iaa found that the place had been
properly named previously , for on the
irst day's work the mon killed one
mndred and twenty rattlesnakes , and
tome of the men doubted if it was a
good day for snakes , as beieg too early
n tbo season.
There was originally reserved for
; he use of the government 3000 acres
> f land on each side of the river , or
iOOO acres from the month of Salt
ireok above the fort to the present
ipper boundary of the city of Leaven
rorth on the Kansas side , and from
he mouth of the creek at Bialto to
he head of the island opposite the
: ity of Leavenworth on the Missouri
ide , then the mouth of Bee- creek , "
rhich now enters the river three
niles above. Tha Missouri reserva-
ion was reduced a few yean after
rard to a few hundred acres opposite
he fort.
In 1828 the Pottawattamie tribe of
ndians , or rather a portion of that
ribe , from Indiana located in the
5atto ] purchato and remained u&til
837 , when they were removed tq
Council Bluffs , in what ii now Potta-
rattamio county , Iowa , from whence
hey were afterwards removed to the
alley of the Kanoas river , a short
[ istance above Topeka. In 1832 the
hiefa of the Dclawares were sent west
0 look for a location to exchange for
heir lands in northern Ohio and In
iana , and were shown and offered a
-art - of the Platte purchase , but pre-
erred the lands at the mouth of the
Kansas , with an outlet running two
iundred miles west for the purdoao of
unting.
Perhaps the sole survivor of the lo-
ation of Fort Leavenwortb , Corporal
'homas X Ellis , now resident at Wea-
on , enjoying a hale old age and the
ounty of his government. He is an
ihioan , and in boyhood way a neigh-
or of the father of President Hayes ,
[ o enlisted at Newport barracks in
[ entucky , in the Third regiment in-
mtrf in 1826 , and served four enliit-
lents , being discharged in the city of
lexico in 1848 ; served under Taylor ,
'wiggs ' , Gainei , Patterson , Harney ,
ad Kcott ; was in the Black Hawk ,
'lorida ' and Mexican wan , and at the
attics of Resaca , Palo Alto and Mon-
: rey , with old Bough and Beadyand
1 Carro Gordo , National Bridge and
ily of Mexico , and was an eye-wit-
ess of the capture of La Yega by
orporal Sullivan and Lieut. Col.
[ ay. During the Mexican war Foit
eavenworth was the outfitting point
ir the command of Gen. Kearney
id the regiments of Cols. Donlphan
id Price , and the Mormon battalion
L 1846 , and continued the frontier
331 from whence troops and supplies
ere forwarded westward until after
te settlement of Kansas. It waa for
ore than twenty yean one of the
oat important frontier stations , as
: ing the gateway to the west and the
acific. Most of the officers of the
d army have , at some time or other ,
: en stationed there , including Jeffer-
in , and the old sutler's store
; the east front has often
laounded to the joyous laugh of Jeb.
tewait or the mad pranks of "Shank"
vans. It was here that CoL Fre-
.ont was confined for some days
hen returning from California in
547 , under arrest by order of Gen.
iearney for insubordination , and
hich rssulted in the famous court
artial of that officer in Washington ,
i 1848 , and it was for this reason
tat Col. Benton , then a senator from
[ iEsouri , upon visiting the foit in
349 , . on business , -refused to eat
icre , but returnee to Weston , say-
ig , "I will not taste salt in a govern-
.ent garrison where a patriot and
2ro has been ignominiously and pur-
3sely degraded. "
From 1827 , to the cottlement of
Beaten in 1838 , the nearest , point of
vilization was at Liberty , then an
uportant frontier town , and it wai
te point at which the officers went for
icreation , and many happy alliances
ere the result of this intercourse.
t that time an arsenal wai established
: Liberty Landing for the storage of
ms and ammunition in a place of
ifety , and the repair of those domed -
; ed by use , where it remained until
} 61 , when it was captured by the
mfederatei , and ita arms , oannon
id ammunition furnished the South *
n army with much of the material
sod by them in the battle of Wilson's
reek. The arsenal was than removed
i Leavenworth , where it is now a
rge establishment.
The government military prison ii
cated here and haa connected with it
large force , grounds and buildings ,
he Nez Percea , with Chief Joseph ,
ere confined here ( but only under
md ) for about syear , in 1877-8 he
re being removed to the Indian ter-
tory.
Chief Douglas , of the Plea , ia now
L close confinement here , together
ith a large number of deserters and
.her military.offenders. The site of
ie fort is one of the most beautiful
i the Missouri river , and is embel-
ihed with great taste and beauty.
ho fifty-three yean since ita location
ive made changes in it and the coun-
y as magical as ever Sid the .wand
; the magician.
She Floored flerselt
Extract from 8 woman's testimony
in the trial of her husband for abusing
her :
"He struck me in the face. I did
not say anything to him , but I gave
him a good talking to. "
The attorney scratched his chin a
moment , and asked her if she would
please repeat her statement.
"I say he struck me. I didn't say
anything to him , but I gave him a
good talking to. "
Again the attorney scratched his
chin , but finally told the woman to go
on and tell what else happened.
"That same ofternoon tie sbruck me
again , and I can stand a great deal ,
and I didn't say a word to him , but
I give him a good talking to. "
Theattorney thought long and deep
ly , and then asked :
"Did he strike you the third time ? "
'Tea , sir , he did. "
"Did you say anything to him ! "
"No , sir. "
"But perhaps you gave him a good
talking to ? "
E"You can just bet your life I did. "
The lawyer began -to scratch his
chin again , but the judge dismissed
the case. "
The Zoological Drama.
Sensational realism on the stage is
advancing step by step before the
footlights , and the other night in
Philadelphia , it came near bounding
out into the audience , but happily the
people did not know it in time to bo
sensationally thrilled. Mr. Frank
Frayno and combination are giving a
play at the Netv National theatre , in
which a lion figures. In the play ,
Frayno is accused of a crime , and as
serts that he can prove his innocence
by a scrap of writing which is con
cealed in a lion's leathern collar. He
approaches an apparently unfast
ened lion on the stage and
takes out the paper after
wich the curtain falls on the act pic
ture producing the required
sensation. Now Frayne'a dog
Jack , well known to audiences as ono
of the actors in "Si Slocum , " was left
out of the cast of the new piece and
the lion , Nero , was substituted as the
zoological feature. Jack was doubtless
professionally jealous of his royal
highness , Nero , and prowled around
uneasily behind the acanes , taking a
keen interest in the lion act. The na
tive American mastiff wasjihelved and
the foreigner was the reigning favor
ite. Jack could not be blamed for
making a dash the other nightat Nero's
cage after he had done his act and
been locked up. The lion got fu
rious at the dcg's impertinence , and in
his royal rage broke one of the bars of
his cage and then another , while a
third broken bar would have set him
free to roam around , roaring , seeking
prhom he might devour. The , dog
itood his ground nobly , but the act-
> rs , where were they ? Some flow to
; he "flies , " and some shot out into
; he street in their stage attire , and if
he audience had only had a hint of a
ooselion , what a rough-and-tumble
icatteration there would have been in
rout. But Nero was secured by his
: eeper and Jack still lives , and no-
iody was hurt. The zoological drama
a gaining ground.
Where Booth Is Burled.
The fWaahington correspondent of
Che Buffalo Commercial writes : It
vas only after some patient inquiry
hat I could ascertain the facts , which
, ro interesting , and so far as I know
ire yet unpublished. Booth died , as
rill be remembered , In a barn in Ma-
yland from a wound received from
he musket of Boston Corbett. His
> ody was brought to Washington , and
ifterhavingbeenidentifiedbythocourt
nartial before which his fellow-oonspi-
ators were tried , wasdissected by the
urgeon general of the army. The
train and heart and some other parti
if the body were preserved in alcohol ,
, nd are now on exhibition in the
nedical muaeum of the surgeon gen-
ral's office. The building in which
he assassination occurred was Ford's
heater. The government confiscated
t , but afterward Ford was paid its
ull value , and it has since been used
a the headquarters of the medical
orps of the army. * The bram and
.eart of Booth are in jars , standing
i a case that ia situated very near
ho actual scene of the assassination.
After the surgeon had done with
tooth's body , it was buried in a grave
i the arsenal grounds. Only half a
ozen persons knew the exact spot ,
hich was unmarked. In 1867 Ed-
in Booth , the actor , sent Mr.
leaver , the sexton of Christ's church ,
ialtimore , to Washington , to request
lat the remains of his brother might
e taken up and removed to the
imily burial place. After some de-
y the request was granted by Presi-
ant Johnson , who was finally ap-
aaled to , and Mr. Weaver took ; the
ody to the cemetery iu Baltimore
id bnried it beside the cider Booth
id others of the family. The remov-
1 was conducted with great secrecy ,
id waa concealed from Secretary
tanton , who had refused to give his
msent.
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barrel of ordinary beer. Erery druggist in
ichester Bells them , and the physicians pro-
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i a common complaint in hot weather ,
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id thus restores the natural life and
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f OATARRHAL MUCEOUS , causes :
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, O. Bucuuur , at Lord ft Taylor's , Broadway ,
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IT. OIO.A. Bus , 169 Jar St , Brooklyn. "It
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t B. O. DTTHIIS , Dentist. 301 Sixth Avenue
H. Y. , cured of CATARHHAL INFLUENZA ,
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ss. JACOB BWARTZ , Jr. , 200 Warren St. , Jersey
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. B. Thorn. 183 ttontague St. , Brooklyn , ( sell
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45 Tears before thePultliG
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are not recommended as a remedy "foi
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j 3 Insist upon having the genuine
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the market being full of imitations of
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rsof It : "I consider it the best preparation
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For the Whiskers.
rhis elegant preparation may bo relied on ta
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* COUNCIL BLUFFS
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OMAHA TICKET OFFICES 134 Farnham St. ,
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DENVER OFFICE In Colorado Central and
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SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 2 New Montgom-
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ANT
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teaching Sioux City at 10:20 : p. m. and St. Paul
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i. H. OT3RYAN ,
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nth Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant Passen
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> ASSEN6 RS GOING EAST
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Passengers by this Route have choice o
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II Express Tninfl en InlS line are equipped with
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VSEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP. THAT THE
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
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Its main line runs from Chicago to Council
Bluffs , passing through Jollet , Ottawa. La Mille.
Cleneieo , Slollne. Kock klantl. Davenport. \ \ est
LibcrtT. Iowa Clty.Slarenco. Urooklrn. Crinnell ,
Dea Molnss ( the capital of Iowa ) , Muirt. Atlan
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Junction to I'eoria ; Wilton Junction tojlu.cn-
tltc , Washington. FalrteM. KMon. Uclknap.
Centrevlllo. FrlnceWn. Trenton. Uallatln. Canie-
rnn. licavenworth. Atchl on , and Kan a < City ;
\ \ ashlngton to blgourner. Oskaloosa , ana Knox-
Yllle : KeokuE to Karnlnston , Uonaparte , llen-
tonsoort. Independent. KMon. uttumna. Edilr-
Jjlle. Oskaloosa. I'ello.SIonroo , and Dos Molnes :
i > ewton to Monroe t Ie * Molnes to Inillanola ami
Wlntersett Atlantic to I. nts and Audubon ; ana
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line from Chicago Into the State of Karnas.
ThrouKh Express Passenger 'ITaln % with Pnll-
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tetween CHICAGO and I'EUIIIA. KA.NSAS Crrv.
ULUTFS. i.E\.VK > JWOUTU anil ATCni-
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What will please you most will bo the pleasure
of enjoying your meals while raisins uvvrtho
beautiful prairies or llllnoUand loira. inunoof
ourmacnlttcent Dining Can that accompany all
Througu Kzpresa Trains. You Ret an ontlru
meal , as coou as is served In uny tint-class hotel ,
loraeventy-Uvo cents.
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
people prefer separate apartments for different
purposes ( and the Immense pas-enKer business
of this line warranting It ) , wo arc p ! . aicu tu an
nounce that this Company runs J'uflmmi Palate
Sleeping Can for sleeping purposes , and I'atace
PUT.T.MAX PAIjACE CAItS nrt > run thr nsh to VEOKI.Y. TiES
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COOOIt , 15L.UFFS. . KA.ASAN C1TT. ATU1IISOV. un.t i.EA VJN % * OKXII.
Tickets fin. thl * L.lne , known in the MJroiit linck. . I > lnud Itoutc. " arts sold L *
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all Tlcli.t Asrent * In the United State * ami Cuuuilu.
for Information not olitalnuble t jour homo ticket offlce , addr w.
-KIXaOSAJLiT . E. ST. JOH2T.
Gen'l Superintendent. Ucn'l Tkt. and Pais'gr Art ,
GHAS. SHIVERiCK.
FURNITURE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
W JUSTIDO'W" 5 = tT = r A TTTrygj
And everyiliing pertaining to the Fnrniture and
TJpholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
3LO WkJST
cig-r f\.i3.
1208 and 1210 Farnham
ap li mon th sat Street.
Improved Buckeye
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
± 8SO.
MANUFACTURED BY S. P. FviAST & GO.SPRINFFIELD , 0.
They also make Buckeye Improved Iron .Beam Walking
Cultivator , with or without Springs.
New Force Feed Buckeye Drill , one or two Ilorso Style.
Inquire for them at the beat dealers.
F. H. PUGH , Gen , Agent , Omaha , Neb.
i fie ri.rtalan.1 B"st ' '
A . cora1 n-Ucn ft ir-ip"- , H-t--.u. IfariTrsLo ,
ia'iaj'aiiJ _ ja. ' \tll 'L tiiatrtc , -
t'\lyr'li'"J- ' r - - * ' " " - . .terrt -
" Ti , . ' 0 < KlsV..I"t ; > i."f'r.i . . : T' ' 'Suo oal LJo
Tn"Ul rUtiic toiST . all ii.rii ,
No dLfosa op Ull ] - iHJ7 ] r > acsi.t
11ttJciteKi.vll- \ ' . llitftiK3ttLSiru :
To nil nhoso ccplorincaUcii-ul-rcCTJantyof
tboboncli or rf - - - . - '
arjorjo.K'M ruin ro on
AKKttarvTc-i- ! mili ht = < Janr , lU.p Littc-s
arclcTOjuabowIlo.
r 1rl"zt yoj"
M'Use' or " l It , o Hup lUtrr * '
.lvif you onT-
o Kit : atoncc. It
\ ? SCKl'l l)0I1lIdf : ° rnCT-otIicrwinnotrnroor
jlieln. Po not filler nor U t j-ottrlrJcnUssuJer , but
.
Cfeaivlcr othccitousoHopIiltUrraL
P.m
rf- .
rfJs
/Js , the "InvnlldN Kricml ami Iltinr. " and
o lj. a crlamlljr thouia ba without thmu
{ .cteomo IhU . '
Jay. Di > l/'J
HOP Corcn CCEE Is the Bwcetcst , nafcst anj Lc t.
Asl ; Children.
ntcand Irrcsktlhlfl euro fordrunt
enaess , cs of opmm , tobacro and narcotics :
I lop & ttn Jl fj. C . Hocli tr , Jf . V. >
HOJIE TESTIMONY.
near what Ex-Mayor Carrey , an inflnentla
and prominent citizen of Piqua , says :
PlQCi , O , December 29,1S7D.
The DR. BosASKoMsoicrfB Co , Piqua , O. :
GEXTLKXIS I feel under many obligations to
you for the relief afforded mo ty tbe useof jour
Invaluable medicine , Dr. Bosanko's Rheumatic
Cure. I have been for many years a sufferer
from Chromic Rheumatism , suffering at times
most excruciating1 palm , and depriving me of
many nights'sleep. After consulting a number
of physicians and obtaining no relief , I tom-
menced using your Rheumatic Cure ana after
using four bottlea , and taklnz the BIooU Purifler
In connection with it , I am absolutely curedfreo
from any pain , able to attend to my bn Incsgand
resting perfe-tly comfortable at nizht.
Respectfully your , S. B. OARVEY.
PRSE. Dr. Eoianto' $ Trealiie on Hhcuma-
lim and f fallen t on application.
Address
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co. ,
PIQUA , OHIO.
n24-dawtf C. F. OOODUAN.
Agent , Omaba.
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QBATS SPECIFIC MfiDIOINI' ,
TRADE MARK.Tha GreatKADE MARK.
Bngileh
\Bemedy \ ,
' An unfailing
cure for Sem
inal Weak
ness , Sperma-
. torrhea , Im iSS
.hit follow as sequence of Self-Abuse ; lee *
if Memory , Universal Lassitude , Pain In the
Sack , Dimness of Vision , Premature Old Age
ind many other Diseases that lead to Insanity or
Consumption and a Premature Grave.
jWFun particulars In our phamphlet , which
ire desire to send free by mail to every one.
C3The Specific Uedidne is sold by all druggists
it fl per package , or six packages for 15 , or wll
be sent free by mail on receipt of tha money by
iddrtseixiff
The Gray Medicine Co. .
So. 10 Mechanics' Block , Dsnorr , Hicnl
BOLD IS OMAHABY J. K. I3H. AKD BT AL
DBCOQIST3 EVKUTWQEB2.
A CCm week layout own town. rermsandlSo&tat
isODfreo. A dresi H-Hallett * Co. ForHasd , Us
BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WES&l
l > iriinCiira forcatlncpnrpo'Monlv. Oneottifi
cn-at f eataro ot our l"alace Cars Is a SMOKl * >
SA1 O < d whcro jou can enjoy juar "llavaci. * *
at all hnnra of the < 1ay.
Maanlttcent Iron llriileei span the Mlut sr > *
niu ( Ml ? ourl rivers nt all points cniMe > l t > v trio
line , and transfer * are avoided at Council UlnC %
Kansas City , Leavenworth. and AtchLson. CO'
nrctton * belnemado In Union ! ) not * .
T1IK I'KI.NCU'AI. K. U. CUJ/XHCnoXS CB"
THIS GUB.VT T11KOUU11 1OMJ AttB tB
HMJ.OWb :
At CHICAGO , with all dlTcnjlai : lines for tiJS
Eo t nnd South.
At ENCLEWOOD. with the L. S. A 1L3 , and > * *
Ft. W. tU.lt. Kd * .
At WASUI.NGTO.V HEIGHTS , with lC.&a ±
AtL\S\LLE.Tflthlll.Cent.nn ,
At lKoni.wlth V. r. * J. ; l'.O.AE.I.B. i
W. : III. illd. . and T. ! . * W. ltds.
At KIXK IU\NI , . with "Milwaukee t RovX
Island thortlJno , " and Itock I'l'd.t Vto. 1U" * .
At \VEsrtntT. . with the Uavcnport Vivlsk.a
v * 1 * < v fr t , 1 . iw It.
At WEST l.iBEirrr. with the a. C. n. A N. R.ifc
AttiKI.NNELU Central Iuw K.U.
A t DEM MotNt-- ) . with U M. * K. D. H. n. I
AtCOL'NClL 1JI L'FrK.wtth Lnlon I'acincR.K.l
At OM ill \ . with B. * Jlo. U. K. K. In Nb. ) '
At CoLfMHl-s Jl'NCTIox.wlth 1J..C. 1C. t N. KJ k
At OTTCMWA. with Central Iowa H. K. : W .
hu U * Pac , and C. 1L A V IU Kd * .
At KKOKUK.wlthToL. I'eoLftWar. : Walx.Sfc
Lours .t Pao. and t > tK , Keo. A N.-W. K. IWi.
At CAvruov. with 11-st.J lt.lt.
At ATCHHOV. with Atclu. Toneka A Santa Foi
Atcn. A. Neb. and Cen. llr. U. 1 * . It. Kds.
At LEA VENN OUTII. with Kan. Pao. and Kaa ,
Cent. U. UdH.
At KANSAS CITY ; with all lines for the
and Southwest.
OfJLY MEDICIN
That Acts at the SamoJTIme on
THE LIVER , '
THE BOWELS ,
and the KIDKEYS ,
VThesocrcatorzans arsthe nitural cleanI I
fn of the system. It they worle well , health
will b perfect : If they become clocked ,
drcadlul diseases are sure to follow wtlU
' TERRIBLE SUFFERING/
Biliousness , Headache , Drsp t la , Jaac-
" " dice , Constipation and Piles , orKId-
xney ComplalnU , Gravel , Diabetes ,
Sediment In the Urine , Bllky /
" "or Itopy Urine ; or Kheu- '
matlc Palnsjand AehM , "
arc developed becau-vj th 5bloodliipol on'l .
nltli the bfmon that should hava bec'i |
eiptllcd naturally.
will restore thehcallhr action and all the i
i ! strojlns evIU will 1 > e banUhnl ; ne .c -
t.iem and yon will llro but to tuttrr.
Thouauidsluvvn been cared. Trylt n < lyoti
trill add one more to the nmnber. Take I'
aailhealthwllIoncemorcBladdenyoarhear I
WhyoufTerlongerrromthetormcn. I
or nn achlnc DacH ?
Why boar ouch distress from con * ;
stlpatlon and Piles ? |
V/tiy bo oo fearful because ) of die-
orUsred urine ?
Ktnxmr-'Woirrwill cure you. Try aj-acV
asua'oncoand bo atlsfled
Ills a dry rtyetabte compound and
Ooo l'aebae maku lx unarts of Jledlelne.
rtir Druyyttt tea U , or will grt K J-r \
U. J1ite\UO
i CO. . Ps
PAD
A new and and hitherto unknown remedy fo
al 1 diseagea of the Kidneys , Bladder.and Unnary
Organs.
It will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
sy , Brizhfs Disease , inability to retain or erect
the Urine , Catarrh of the BUd r , high co.or .I
and scanty urine , Painful Unnatior , LAUR
BACK , General Weaknea , and all remalx
ComplalnU.
It avoides Internal medldn , la certain la It i
effects and cures when nothtej * l e can.
For sale by DrazsisU or tent by maU free
upon receipt ot the price. 32.CO. _
DAY KIOHEY PAD CO. . PROP'RS ,
Toledo , Ov'l
TSend your address for oar httl book ,
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t TTow a Wo -
L JA1IE3 K. ISH.Asent forNebruka
an
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