Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 12, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 3

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„ THE GENUINE
DR.C.McLANFS
MVER PILLS
r"are _ sot fecomme'hded as a remedy Iffor
" aUlthellls that flesh isTieirto. " but in
affections of the Liver ; andln all Bfflbns
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and. Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
stand without a rival.
Uo "better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine ! As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
iBach box has ared-war seal on the lid ,
-Tnththe imprcsaon.McljA'NE'S LIVER
TILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C. JIcLANE and FLEMIHO BEOS.
p f * Insist-upon having the genuine
Dn.C.McLAKi'S
LIVER PILLS , pre
pared by
FLEMING BROS. , Pittsburgh , Pa : ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name JlfcLaiic , spoiled differently ,
but same pronunciation , t '
oouons , BBONcums AND CONSUMPTION.
* Vhat a. WellKnown'Druggist mys about
Allen's Lung Balsam.
a , ' \ fUOTUERS.BBADl *
O AM iinr STATICS , Ky. "
OISTLIKKX : The denund tor .Allen's Long
Balnm is increasing constantly , f'The ladles
think there Is no medicine equal to it tor Croup
ad Whooping Cough. OL S. ilAKTIN , Drdgrist.
SoldbyalHTodldneMen.
Tnll ( tp ISTn 9 " ' o < Jo"
J.Utl VJu/uC J.1 U. fit Picture. Very hi
gealous. 7 .objects toflnd. Bond stamp forpack'
.gfciaDR. S.'CvABD T BuCkle N.Y.
Who want glossy , Inxnriant
r a wavy tresses of abundant ,
beaKtiful Hair mast use
-LYON'S KAT1IAIROH. This
elegant , cheap article always
makes tfio Haic'promireeiy
and Tast keeps it from falling
out , arrests and cures grayness -
ness , removes dandrnif and
itching , makes the Hair
strong , giving it , a , cnrling
tendency and keeping ) , in
any desredposition. ! Beau-
Hair is the sure
resoljt'of usin g ; Kathairoru.
ATTORNEY3-AT-LAW.
VYM. SIMERAL ,
A TTOHNET AT tA\T-C mpteirs Block ,
JJ8thbtreetbetweeiirarnh msndDouijla-
OMAHA , NKB.
- t ' D. L. THOMAS ,
A TTORNKY AT LAW Loans money , buys
J\ _ and selU real estite. Room 8 , Creightor
Bl-tk.
A. C. TROUP ,
A TTORNEr AT LAW Office In Hanscom'i
A Block , with George E. Pritchett , 1608
FarbhaM 6U OMAHA , NEB.
DEXfER L. THOMAS ,
HORNET AT LAW Crnlcksnank l Bull
LHORNET
A. CHADWiCX ,
JTOBNEV AT LAW Offlce 1604
Blr et. "
A. 8WARTZLAHDE
AT I AW Cor. ISth and Famhim
LTTORNEY
"
f/ WILLIAM A. FONDA ,
A TTOHNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW ,
Jtlioom No. 6 , Frenzer Block , opposite FOB'
Offlce. - , OMAHA. WEB.
* WM.L. PEABODY , "
Office In Ordghton Block , next U
LAWYER , O1XAQA , NEBRASKA.
VOTARY IOBLIO. OOLEEOTKHrS MADK
E. D. MCLAUGHLIN.
AT LAW AND JJJST10E OF
ATTORNEY Southeast corner FUteenth
andDougl sSt. , , , -
itS-Collectione Promptly Attended to.7S&
O'BRIEN & BARRETT ,
Attorneys-at-Law ,
OFFICE-PnVm Block.Flftecnth an ? Famham' '
A. L. ROBISOK.
, TTORSKT AT LAW. Boom Crelghton
L Block. OMAHA Keb. 1nnU
X > . 7
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KARBACH BLOCK , COR DODOISTH STS
OMAHA. NEB.
W. d. Conneil ,
Attorney-at-Law ,
Office : Front rooms , np ( tain , In Hinflcom's
new brick bnlldlngr , K. W. corner Fifteenth and
Famham Streets.
Walter Bennett ,
Attorney-at-Law ,
Ornc * : Over Byron Reed | & Co.'s Bea Estate
Office , 112 Fourteenth Street. febll-U
JOBS L RKDICX. Cnia R.RKDIOX
REDICK & REDICK ,
Attorneys-at-liaw ,
BpedU attention will be given to all rails
ntait corporations of every destripMoa ; will
practice In al Ithe Courts of the Bute and the
United BUtcs. , Offlco. Famham SL-oppoelt
Court HOMO.
HOMO.ADAMS & SIMERAL ,
TTORNKYS AT IAW Room B CrelgM ?
Block. IBth f Jd Douglas strenta. noftdh
.5. F. MANDERMN ,
sy AT' LAW ! Funluia Btnet
Omaha Sebrwka.
PARKE CODW1H ,
TTORNET AT LAW-lith and DoaglM
T. w. T. RICHARDS. Hunt
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
A 1 1 or Ii e y sat - arw
gourteenth Street.
EAST INDIA
o R
i
BITTERS ! "
ILER & ' CO. ,
BOL.B MAJIUFAOTUBBEB ,
011AHA ,
-S500 Reward. - *
W wm pay the above reward } or any'case c !
Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia. Sick Headache , In-
" i uon or Costiveneas we cannot
Veattable Liver Pttls , when the
, - . - , - " * ? complied witLrThey v *
purely vegetable , and never tall to rive saUat.c.
Uon. Bugarcoaud. Large.bowscontainterM
Pffli , Si cents , Foriale By U iu K-i
wan ol counterfeits and ImiuUeS ftoirena ?
la * Banotactuted onJy by JOHN
C , WEOT Sco-
"The rm Makers , " 1S1A1S3 w - - _ H !
bold it whoj
. Oaaha.
?
OMAHA PUBLISHIHC . . PHOPBIETOBS.
farnkam , bet. 90i , and IDA BtretU.
TEEMS OF 80BSCBIPTION
Ivear.ln advance ( postpaid ) . 18.00
: ' : : : : : : : :
TIME TABLES.
"THE MAILS.
racaaa.
O. H. W. R. IL , 4:80 a. m. , S p. m.
G B. ft Q. , * SO . m. , S p. m.
C. B. I. * P. B.R. , * : , . , Bj . .
0. * St. Joe 30 a m. . > p. m.
S. City * P. ISO- .
D.P. B.R.llJO .ra.
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O . . ,
oraxna.
O * K. W. B. B. , 11 . m. il p. I * .
0 4. Q. , 11a.m. 9:30 : pm.
0 R.LP.ll .mllp m.
C. B.481. Joe , 11a.m. , Up. m-
S. City A PH m
U P. . * p. m.
B & ill In Neb. , 4 P
ij mails for States lowm Is v Bt o
y.ro : 4:30 a. m.
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ArrJTalandPeparturceiTraing
UNION PACIFIC.AMUV
AMUV * .
Dally Express..12:15 p. m.
do Mixed 6:10 p. m.
do Freight. . . . 6:30 a. m.
do do . . . . 8:16 s. m.
TUI * CABD OF THE BUBLIHQTOH MUTE.
LXAVB SHABA _ . _ OKABA.
Express 3:40 p.m. Express 10:00 s-m.
MJL& 6.00 aja. MaU 1000p.m.
Sundays Excepted. 8 ondays-Excepted.
Bunoays Excepted.
CHICAGO & NOBTHWESTKBK.
Mall . e.OOa.m.
Express . S : * ° P1-m-
Sundays
xvrmv H V 0ViP > i > . JL
Ihe only line running Pullman Steplnc Oai
out of Omaha to Union Depot
OMAHA & NOBTHWE8TEBNANDSIOUXC1TY
' & PACIFIC BAILBOAD'3. '
Erpresa 8:00 a m. | ! a5p.m
Bunda - - *
Daily Except
aM.BlBlnl. '
Omaha ( ( T ) . . . . B.OOam Kearney J
PlattamouthfarlO : ia am Bloomlngtoilv)5aOa
afi pm Bed Cloud ( l
Bloomlngtonar)9J6pm ) Omaba'arr,4:66p :
REPUBLICAN VALLErBATLtrAT. '
HArtlnea Ov ) 8K ajn. i Bloomlngton ( KiaOp.m
Bloomtagton las p m | Hastings ( r ) 8 6 p m
SIOUX CITY 4 ST. PAUL B. B.
u U eaOa. m. I Express 10 0 , m.
Express 8:40 p. m. | Mall 7dflp.m
. BRIDGE DIVISION U. P. B. B.
DOXMT IBAIKS ,
Leave Omaha , dally : 8 wm. , 0a.m. , 10
11 a. m. , 1 p. m. , S p. m.,8. p. m. , 6 p. m
Leave Council Bluffs : -B 6 . - > SL , 9 > i-
10 6 a. m. , 1155 s m. , 125 p. m. , : Z5P m.
Sft p. m. . 6 6 p. m. , 6:26 p. m
FOTTtrlps on Stmday , leavingOmanaat 9 and
. m. , 2 and 5pm. ; ConacU Bluffli at 826 ,
a. m. , and 2:25 and 625 p. m.-
y A | wyfl HX TsLU3S.
Leave Omaha v-6 a. to.7 . m.
. .lOip.m. '
a.'m.B2S p. m. , 7.-00 p. 1
p.m. Dally except Sunday.
OMAHA & BEPUBLICAN VALLEY B. B.
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IJIAVI. -
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DailT excent Snnd T.
COMMERCIAL.
Omaha Wholesale
OUIHA , MayS , 1880.
BUTTER AND EQ 8.
ChoioeUble .
P kerilots .
Fresh eggs , per doz . -
-leatiit-
Honey . 16@18
POULTRY.
Chickens , per doz . 2 00@2 2fi
Dncka
GROOERIES.
EUQARH.
CutLoaf
Powdered
Granulated . .
Standard "A"
QUA . >
Extra "O" . "i
_ . urlgnt. . . 48a5S
Bright Table Drips . 45a48
New Orleans MoUaases . 48a50
Rio , prime to choice . * 17al8
Rio good to prime . 16al7
Rio fair to good . 15J
Mocha .
O.G.Java . 25a28
BICE.
Choice . jj
dtoprime . 7Ja8
NewPrunes
OldPrnnes
Currants.choice new . 7i
BlackBerries . 12
Raspberries .
Pitted cherries . 22
Michigan grtd Apples . 9
N. Y. Sliced ' . 91
Evaporated " . IB
State Peaches . 9
Salt Laka Peaches . 14
California Peaches . 14J
CANNED GOODS.
rS"Oj8ters , 2 Ib cans , V case. . S 76
do do lib can , per case. . 225
Lightweight Oysters 2 Ib 0 case 2 90
Salmon , lib , tf dozen . 170
do 21b , [ dozen . 2 76
Standard Tomatoes,2 Ib , & case 2 60
" " 3 Ib , tf ca e 3 35
Standard Peaches , 3 Ib , i ? case. 4 60
21b , tfcase. 360
Raspberries , 2 ft , ? ? case. . 300
Blackberries , 2 Ib , tf case . 270
Corn , 2 Ib. case . 2 60 4 00
Apples , Gal , V doz . 385
Narrow Fat Peas,2 Ib , tf case. . 3 90
String Beans. 2 Ib , per case. . . . 240
SUNDRIES.
Nutmegs. . . . . . 10
Pepper . 15
Allspice . 17
Cloves ! . 45
Coesia . 27
Rjpe
Candles. 16 oz . 13
Greenwich Lye.per case . 3 90
Beanspertashel. . : . 80
Cheese full cream . . . 14
GJUASS.
Window Glass. 60 per cent , dis
count off list. ,
HARDWARE. i
IRON.
Common bar . . . 4
Horse-shoe bar . . 6
Norway nail rod. . 12
BTEKL. > * " *
Castplow . : . . . * . 9
Am. cast , " tool . 16@17 ?
Jea'p's , Eng. do . --t SSQSO
KAILS.
Tens , npwarda. . . . 5 00
' ' ' '
B'rd'd'i shoe'g
" mnle" . . . .
ftwfeM'R'te wjifcf * . t . ns . . 1 upwards. . _ . . . , . . . ns 0 oo 00
Putnrun nails . " . . Z3@83
DRY GOODS.
BBOWV COTTONS.
Atlantio "H" . 8 !
QO JT * * * /
Pepperell "O" . 8S 7t
do "R" . 36 74
do "E" .
Indian Head
Nehrajeka , Standard "AA" .
'
Amoekeag . . 17
BeaverCreek , "AA" . 1
do "BB" . is
Haymakers . ; . 10 ;
Palmer . ; . 10
Otis "AXA" " : . 15'
do "BB" . . . 14
-
. . . . . . . . . .
Wrren "AXA" .
do T "BE" . . . . " . . . . . .
" *
do "CO1 . . IS i
'
DOCKS.
Plymouth "AAA" . 15
New Bedford , 10 or . 16
BostonS. 0 . 12
BT.grtrm COTTOHB.
Lo&sdale . . . io
"do Cambric . . * . 13
Cabot . . . . . 9
Fruit of the Loom . . . . . . 11. "
ewYork Mills. . . : . / IS
Hflls'Muslin . 10J k
Wamsutta . 86-12J
Pepperell . , . ,6-4-20
do . . . / . . ' . V-4-21
do . i . 9-4 27
do . 11-4-30
TICKINGS. r- _ A.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S3 21
Falls O.B.O
Holyoke . , , . . , . .IH Ifl
f
" 5 . "
. . . - ' 7
Albion.
Harmony . *
American . * . ? . ? . . 7.
Allen'8 . I
]
MerrimackShirtings . 7
Rlchmonda . . J
RichmondsE.-T..i. . 7
Sprague'B . % *
Simpson' * Monrniag . . . . ' - *
Simpson's Bhvck . . . . . . . 7
2-j k
American
Awningstripes
Txiwiston , A
Hamilton
.
.iMafield . 7
LUMBER.
Framing- ft. and nnd r. , . . . . 20 00
Each ftdd. ft. over 18 , par M. . . . 50
Fenclng.No.l , 12to20ft . 22 00
" No. 2 , 12 to 20 ft . 20.00
Shee.ang.Drejsed.No.l. . . . . . . 00
Common Boards , Dwssed . 2200
BTOCK BOABDS.
AStock . * JOO
B . . ' . 3500
O . 8000
CommonStock . 25 O
/LOOBIKQ.
No.J.Floorfng . r 40 0
No.2 - . 8500
No 8 " . 25 ° °
Yellow Pine Fleering , No. 1. . . 45 00
BIDING.
No.lSididg . 2500
No.2 " . 22M
No.3 " . 00
PICKETS. _ _
No. 1 Pickets , per M . 3260
No.2 " " . 2500
ITNIBniNO.
No.lFinlshlJIlJand2in. . . 6500
No.l " Tin . 6000
No. 2 " 11 , U , and 2 in. . . 45 00
No.2 " fin . 4000
No. 8 Finish , in . 5300
SHIP LAP.
Plain Ship Lap . 2300
O.G. " No.l . : . 8000
" " No.2 . : . 2500
CEHJNa. ,
i Beaded , 6 in. , No. Ii. " . . 2500
' No.2. . " . . . " . . . . . 2300
1 Beaded , land 6 in. , No. 1. . . . 4000
i. < No.2. . . . 85 00
Corrugated Celling , No. 1 . 60 00
A Star ( best ) Shingles. . 875
No.2 " . 300
No.3 " . 260
LATH. . . . . . . . * . . . . . 400
Lime , bbl . 4 . 1 3a
' bulk , per bush . 40
Cementbbl . 2 " 50
Iowa Plaster , bbl . 260
Michigan Plaster , bbl . . - . . . 2 75
Hair , per bush . . . 25
TarredFelt , 100 Iba . , 300
Stmw oard , " ' ' . . . " . . ? * 4.00
O. G. Battens , per 100 ft. lin. . . 1 25
WellCurbin * . 8000
Ro ngb ) , and 2 in. , in Batts.per
'
FOSlb. , , ,
Olar Halves , 7 in . 18
" " 6in . 16
" Quarter , 8 In' . . ! ; 16
X4 AU
* * * *
i6 . - 40
O. G. Caring ; 6) and 6 In. , per
lOOft.lln- . . 300
Oak Plank and Timber , per M. 40 00
Cleat Poplar . = - . . . . . . - . . . . . * 6000
Black -W5aut..r. . . . . . . . ' . . . : 10000
HIDES.
Green Hides , per Ib . 7 <
Green Cured Hides
Dry Hides . 12@15
Dry Salted Hides . 10@12
Sheep Pelte . 80@1 00
Tallow . 4l5
LIQUORS. WINFS-ETO.
High Wines , /pal . 110
Alcohol , 180 tf cent. gal. . . . 215
French Spirit ! proof . 1 20
Marshall's Bourbon Whisky. . . . 1 25
Miller's Bourbon Whiaky . 1 60
.Brandy . , very fine , tf gal. . 4 00a8 00
do common to fine . 1 50a3 75
Gin , 100 per cent . 1 40a3 00
do Holland , 90 percent . 1 25
J nms , mixed Jamaica , } ? gal. . . . 1 25a4 00
do New England . 2 00a2 50
Kennedy Bitters tf gal . 150
do do tfcase . 700
do do do 100 case lots 6 60
Champagnes , pints in baskets . .20 OOaSO 00
Domestic Champagne . 12a20
rortWinetf case . 5 OOalO 00
Sherries . 5 OOalO 60
Ales , Edinburg . 275
do Bass&Co'a . 275
ninnooo-JCinlfUixefraSt- . 9 75
LEATHER.
Best SlanghterSoU . S3a35
Best Oak . S8a41
French Kips . 1 lOal 45
French CaffUading brands. . . . 1 25a2 10
Domestic Kips . 65 ol 00
Domestic Calls . . . . . . SOal 10
Hemlock upper , $ foot . 20a 22
Oak upper , t > foot . v 24
Grain , upper , foot . 2Qa22
Linings , v doz 7 OalO 00
Toppings , V doz \ 9 00
Morocco , ( bootleg ) # foot 85
do oUdressed 35
do Simon per skin 2 75a3 < X )
do Glove ikid 325
Boot Webbing , bolt 40&50
HARNESS LEATHER ,
No. 1 Pittsbnrg Oak 41
No. 2 Pittebnrg Oak 38
No. 1 Cincinnatti Oak 35
No. 2 Cincinnati ! Oak 33
No.lHemlock 35
No. 2 Hemlock.- . - . . . yt
COAL , UETAIL
Anthricito 1050
Blossbnrg 12 00
Wyommg 8 50
Oskaloosa 550
lowaNut 500
White Breast 660
PROFITABLE PATIENTS.
The most wonderful and marvelous success , in
cues whera persons are sick or wasting away
from a condition of mlserablaness , tbat no ona
knows what ails them , ( profitable patients for
doctors , ) is obtained by the use of Hop Bitters'
They begin to cure from the first dose and keep
it up until perfect health and strength Is restor
ed. Whoever is afflicted In this way need not
snffer , when they can get Hop Bltttrs. Eee
other column. , - , - ' \
I Asa. All Plaved Out
T * a common complaint In hot weather.
It yon < eel so , get a package of Kidney-
Wort and take it and "you will at once feel
its tonic power. It keeps up the healthy
action of the .Kidneys , Bowels and Liver ,
nd thus restores the natural life and
-treDgth to the weary body.
BucKien's Arnica Salve
The BIST SALVE in the world for
Oats , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt
Rheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Chapp
ed Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This SaJre
{ 'guaranteed to give perfect satiatac
tlod in every case or money re Bonded.
Price 25 cents-per box. For Bale by " )
8dly J. K ISH , Omaha.
.
DR. KINO'S NEW DISCOVEBY for
Consumption , Coughs and Colds ,
Asthma , Bronchitis , eta , is given >
away in trial bottles free of cost to '
the afflicted. If you have a bad
cough , cold , difficulty of breathing ,
hoarseness or , any Affection of the
throat or lungs by all means giro this
wonderful remedy a trial. As yon
value your existence you cannot
afford to let this opportunity pass.
We could not afford , and would not '
give thta remedy away unless we '
knew It would
accomplish what we
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless to
cases have already been completely toui
cured by it. There is no medicine in uiS. !
the world that will onre one-half the S. i
cases that DR. KINO'S JBW ! DISCOVERY S.F
will cure. For sale by &
(6) ( JAMES 3L ISH , Omaha. '
, It U well known that a relationship ex *
U between piles , constipation , kidney
diseases and liver troubles. In Kidney
Wort we have a remedy that acts on tn
general system and restores health by gen.
tly aiding nature's interns' process , *
MptZSd&w
Acrostic
WVmM'stthou my friend KOodJbealtheufoy.
Each day and hour -
your time employ 1C
Secure repose from sickness , ills , 1Cai
ThJ * thou can'st do-take Liver PiUt ; ai
ft dost thou Buffer from aiw
disease , aihi
C&n * Wl by VTV/XWIVW diet tEese
Cjused exposure , T , hi
Or other fcs , what'er t heir name.
Submit at once , and leave the frame , hife
Like shadows darting o'er the MH. fe
In terror flee from Javerfmt. - fea
r years , fefr
ed be , nor yield to taa "
quiet , health'-bright
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Pursue tt , frro
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LAMMIE.
The Thriving Second City of
Wyoming.
The Bailroad Boiling.Mills and
Other Industrial Institutions.
A Detailed Account of the Ex
tent and Value of the Mines.
Correspondence of TBB Bn.
LARAMTB , W. T. , May 0. Larainie ,
the beautiful queen of territorisl
cities , is situated on an a'most worthless -
loss plain an expanse of gravel drift ,
intersected by several streams and al
most surrounded by mountains. Along
tha streams lie fine meadows , and
ranches have been located , fencing in
the course of Big Laramie from its es
cape from between mountain cliffs ,
nearly ts its mouth.
Laramie has 4,000 population , and
is second in size in the territory. The
buildings are mostly of brick _ and
stone , and are two stories in height.
The streets are planted with ehade
trees and furnished with water from
large springs three miles east near the
foot of the Rocky Range. The water
is conducted hither throughiron aque
ducts and distributed ever the city.
Fire plugs are numerous along the
main streets , and a stream of clear wa
ter sparkles on its way down all the gut
ters in summer time.
Ft. Saunden is located about two
miles distant , and men clad in martial
dress are seen everywhere , on the
street , in hotels , churches and stores.
The U. P. have shops at this place ,
where a large number of men are em
ployed. All kinds of work can be
done here ; but only refitting and re
building is required.
The rolling mills of the U. P. road
are also located here , and employ a
large force of hands ,
The territorial pgnitentiary is a so
located at Laramie. .
.Laramie has for many years been s
point from which many prospectors
for rich minerals radiate , but the re
cent discoveries iu the Jelm moun
tain eection step to the front and set
the land aflame with excitement.
The "Jelm mines" applies tn more
than simply those found in Jelm
mountains , and includes all found in
the Bramel district , a large proportion
of which are in the Medicine Bow
range , on the west aide of the Big
Laramie , while Jelm mountain is
wholly on the east side. Last nieht
I arrived here from the Cummins
City mining camp. It is a lively
camp f 800 , and has located more
than one hundred mines , sixty-five
being recorded. Men are coming in
by the score every day , and a very
large portion of them remain. Den
ver , Boulder , Georgetown , Omaha ,
Cheyenne and Salt Lake have con
tributed to swell the camp , besides
the agents of eastern capitalists who
deaira to improve their fortunes by
investment in mines.
These mines are also known as the
Big Laramie mines. To the south ,
just across the Colorado line , are the
North Park mines , the principal
camp there being "Jack Creek. " To
the northwest are the Douglas Creek
mines ; and west of these are the
mines of the Snowy Range , known as
the LaPlatte District.
A city is being built in the Bramel
district , on the -west side of Big Lara
mie , called Cummins City. At pres
ent it consists of a recorder's office ,
two hotels , a store , saloon and about
fifty canvas tents. All are busily en
gaged. In the morning they scatter
over the hills in groups of from two
to six , and return in the evening with
specimens of new finds , ready to tel-
the results of the day's prospecting.
A. number of these mines were visited
ly myself , in company with miners
fiom abroad , under tne escort of Louis
Miller , of Laramie.
West of Cummins City one mile ,
ve visited a number of mines owned
by Louis Miller and A. S. Blackburn ;
of 6ome I will make brief mention.
The "Betsey Jane" shows free gold ,
besides rich quartz which assays from
$358 to $1470 per ton. A shaft has
been sunk 12 feet. "Happy Dick"
lode is down 40 feet , and assays $70.
"Red Rover" assays $242.40 ; 'Inde-
pendence , " down 14 feet , assays $112.
assays were made by E. E. Bar *
linjame , of Denver. The lead runs
froa. E.S.E to W.N.W.
Juit above these is the "Gold Mt. "
owmd by Cummins & Co. , of Den
ver. It shows free gold and excellent
quartz. On the opposite aide of the
river , In. Jelm mountain , Cummins &
Co. own tivj "Western , " which shows
very little frt * gold , but a fine quartz.
An assay from this mine , we ore in *
formed , shows $72,000 per ton. The
vein is three feet in width. A shaft
was sunk twelve feet and then work
(
was begun on a'tunnel to strike it at
aidepth of 60 feet. The "Southern , "
near the "Western" has a four feet
rein , and assays $37,000. The "Bin
Mountain" mine DJttHi by a shaft
fifteen feet deepyT a well defined
heavy ledge and assays $80 gold and
50 ounces silver. This company have
Dther , rich mines , "Highland Chief.- .
"Cloud CapJtJ-"Rob Boy" and "Yel-
lowhammer"T ,
W. S. Bramelowns the < < Rosebua , " C
"Red Cloud , " . 'Goldit ke" " thd
"Western No. 2. " Shafts are sunk
six feet in the first- two , and all fur
aish a very fine prospect.
Ool. C.'F Kimball & Co. , from
Michigan , representing large capital ,
lave opened np the "Nina Belle , "
"Eliza Harrison , " "Michigan No. 2. "
"Smithfield" and "Pontiac. "
Gen. Jas. Adams , for many years in
the San Juan , represents a syndicate
f European capitalists and has the
"Phoanex , " "Jackson , " "Montezu-
jia , " "Otsego , " "H. W. Kelly , "
'Rappahannockj" "Oxford , " "Ro-
.1 tv , " "iiowoit , " "Ainany" and
Elmira" mines.
W. A. Root and J. H. Cross are
uttinga twenty.ffet shaft in the
'Gilt Edge , " which is a very promis-
Dg mne. tRess
Ross , et al. , have'opened the "Lncy
Jacham" and "Occidental. " > <
Cross & GiUman'have .the , ' "Stem-1
rinder , " "Kocky Point,1 "Bullion"-
nd "Rattler. " - , _ Lr
M. C. Barrows , et aL , have the
'Homeward'Bound" and-"Laramie
'imes. " 1 ) ri
G.R. . Brtwnrlua tHtf1" "
3n ; " Thos. Oaton-th'e < 'Hi3S
re1' ; W. O.-Dp nejlhe "Excelsior ; "
hbmas . _ Shipley . the "Abe . Lincoln . . ; " " "
f * r-l ? im - i
0. Smita.the HEJ t Proton ; " ' B/
i1. Snider the "Antelope ; " ' Bilderback
Co. have the - "Eugenie" and
'QoincupIexaV 0. A. Bunker dis-
overedthe " " *
"Peabody. *
The gulches andrriver flat are all
aken in " ' '
placer claimsV _
These mines-arenas yet undeveloped
mt work has-Tjegun , in-earaeat , and
hey will be soon' tested.Ttfiller'tas
ight men employe arid will increase
he force to fifteen next .ireek.
Mort'bf the iahwar , op Md ara rick !
gold , and so o'contaln' _
nee ofsilverrr-Tbwe' mountains , no- . .Ii
rhere exceed 9000 feet'asd'iha ' saoV .Ii.b .Iid
aa all gone except in " .the gul&fcetvt .b
A ten stamp "mill "will arrive in a 1
3w days , and C 1ft
genuine boom. ftn
-A line of. four-horse
- itages rue daily ;
ronrLaramie City and return. The \
oads are excellent , and the distance , a
iirty miles , is made is font hour * . ami >
The hotels of T
rflmfo ire filled mi
rery night with men bound for the mid
lines. Thf Thornburgh hojel/kepfc b
by the Kitchen Bros. , is a commodi
ous and pleasant resort , and is not
excelled by any house west of the
Missouri river.
The business men of Laramie have
contributed from their own pockets
the money neceasaryto fix the bridges
over streams , and otherwise put ia
shape the roads leading from their
city to the mining districts of La
Platta.
Douglas Creek , Bramel and North
Park. The fact that o'.d , experienced
miners and capitalists have invested
in these mines is a guarantee for the
good character of these mines. The
leading business men of Laramie hive
all invesie'l in them. Some undevel
oped claims have sold for $6,000 and
some that have been opened by shafts
are held as high aa § 100,000.
The fiats between the mountains
have a thick coat of black soil , which
will Jbe ] kept moist during
moat of the summer , and should pro
duce well in all kinds of vegetables
and cereals.
Any amount of provisions can be
had within a day's drive at Laramie ,
so that the difficulties attending the
settlement of Deadwood and Lead-
ville ore not to be encountered by
Cummins City , which may rival
either of the aforesaid inside of two'
years. Passengers from the east or
west will nave money , trouble nnd
annoyance by starting out from Lar
amie. JAY.
UNCLE REMUS' FOLK LORE.
BBEE RABBIT MEETS HIS MATCH AGAIN.
Atlanta Constitution.
"Dero wuz nudder man dat sorter
play it sharp - on Brer Rabbit , " said
Uncle Remus , as by some mysterious
process he twisted a hog's bristle into
the end of a pieca of thread an oper
ation , which the little boy watched
with great interest.'In dem days , "
continued the old mm , "de beas's
kyar d on marters same ea fokes. Dey
wen inter fahmin' , en I speck ef de
troof wuz ter cum out , dey kep' sto' ,
en had der camp-meetin' times en der
bobbjcues w'en de weddur wuz 'gree-
ble. " '
Uncle Romus evidently thought
that the little boy wouldn't like to
hear of any further discomfiture of
Brer Rabbit , who hid como to be a
eortof hero , and he was not mistaken.
"I tlnught the Terrapin was the
only one that fooled the Rabbit , " eaid
the little boy dismally.
"Hit's dm like I tell you , honey.
Dey , ain't no smart man , 'cep' w'at
dey'i a snmter. Ef ole Brer Rabbit
hadn'ior got kcch up wid , de uabors
'ud a tuck 'im for h'ant , en in dem
times dey bn'nt witches 'fo1 yo' could
squinch yo' eye-balls. Dey dit dat "
"Who fooled the- rabbit this time ? "
the little boy asked. By this time
Uncle Remus had the bristles "sot"
in the thread , and he procaeded with
his story.
"One time Brer Rabbit en old
Brer Buzzard 'eluded day'd sorter go
snacks en crap tergedder. Hit wuz a
mighty goodv year , en de truck tu'n
out monat'us well , bur , bimeby. w'en
de time come for dividin' , hit come
ter light dat old Brer Buzzard ain't
got nuthin' . D ) crap wuz all gone ,
en dey want nohin' dar fer ter to
show fer it. Brer Rabbit , he make
like he in a wusa fix'n Brer Buzzard ,
en he mope 'rouu' , ho did , like he
fear'd dey gwlnterto sell 'im out. "
"Brer Buzzud , he ain't sayin'
nuthin' but he keep up a mons'us
thinkin , ' en one day ho come along en
heller en tell Brer Rabbltt dat he done
fine jrole mine de 'cross de river.
" 'You come en go 'longer me , Brer
Rabbit , ' sez Brer Tukky Buzzud ,
sereo , Scratch en you kin grabble , en
'tween ne tire un us we'll make short
wuk er dat gole mine , ' sezeo.
Brer Rabbitt he wuz high up fer de
job , but he study en study , he did ,
how he cwineter ; git 'cross de water ,
kase ev'y time he git bis fuul wet all
do fambly ketch cole. Den he up'n
ax Brer Buzzud how he gwine do , en
Brer Buzzird he up'n say dat he'd
kyah Brer Rabbit 'cross , en wid dat
ole Brer Buzzud , ho squot down , he
did , en spread his wings , en Brer
Rabbit , he mounted , en up dey riz.
There was a pause.
"What did the Buzzird do then ? "
asked the little boy.
"Dey riz , " continued Uncle Remus ,
"en w'en dey lit , in do top er de high
est sorter pine , en do pine w'at dey lit
in wuz growin' on er ilun , en de iiuu
wnz in de middle er do river , wid de
deep water runnin * all 'roun' . Dey
hadn't mo'n lit 'fo' Brer Rabbit , he
know w'ich way de win' 'uz blown' , en
by de time ole Brer Buzzard got
hisse'f ballunco on a lira' , Brer
Rabbit , he up'n say , sezee :
" 'W'ihtTre a res'n hero , Brer
Buzznd , en bein's you bi'n so good , I
got sump'n fer ter tell you , ' aezee. 'I
got a gole mine er my own , one w'at I
make myself , en I speck wo better go
back ter mine , 'fo1 we bodder 'longer
yone , ' sezea.
' Denote Brer Buzznd , ho laff , he
did , twell he shake , and Brer Rabbit
he sing out :
1 'Hole on , Brer Buzzud ! Don't flop
yo' wings w'en you laff , caze den ef
you duz , sump'n ' 11 drap fum up yer ,
en my gole mine won't do you no
good , en needer will yone do mo no
good.'s V
"But fo1 dey got down fum dar ,
Brer Rabbit done tole about de crap ,
en he hatter promua fer to 'vide fa'ren
equar. , Brer Buzzud , he kyar 'im
back , en Brer Rabbit ha walk weak in
de knees a mont' afterwuds. "
, THE LIME KILN CLUB.
THE TKUE 8ECEET OF HAPPINESS EX
PLAINED BY BROTHER GARDNER.
Detroit Free Press.
"Walkin1 out diimawnin' to behole
de bowtiful in natur * , " began the
president aa he rose , "my mind rec
ollected dat I had been axed to splain
de true secret of1 happiness. In de
fust place , when-am a man happy ? Is
it when he has lota o' momey when
he has faxed his nemy when he j
travels an' sees do world when he l
has a good home ? An' how many
grades of happiness kn ( you count up ?
An. ' what am happineis when you cum
to bile it down ? "
During the silence that followed his
last query Samuel Sh nn made an ef
fort to cross his legs and knocked the
pater pail bottom sid up , filling the
jrogans of Giveadam Jones and
tVhitelaw Skinner fell of ice-cold
iquid.
< "Happiness , as an ole black man
ike mo defines it , " continued Brother
Gardner , "am not sto' cloze , a fat
ri llet , a big house an' ice-cream ebery
light afore yon go to bad. When I
ooked about me for a wife I didn't |
ook for anything gaudy. I knew I
nust mar'y a black wonan or none at
II. I knew she'd be away off on her
Jreek an * Latin , an' so when I got
ay old woman I war not a bit dis'-
jinted. She am as good as I am , an *
rhat more can I ask ? When I war
ree to start out I reasoned dat I
nus' job 'round at dis an * dat , kae I
ltd no trade. I nebber counted on
lavin' more dan a cord of wood an *
ive bushels of 'tater * ahead , an' I
Mbber have had. I knew I'd have to
ive in a small house , own a cheap
log , live an * dress plainly an' keep dis .
ilack skin to de grave , an' it has all if
lappened jiat as I 'spected. I am
uppy kase I haven't 'spected too
nuch. I am happy kase I doan' fig-
on what L haven't got. I am
lippykase 1 reason dat de weather
c't * allua be fa'r , money can't albs >
6 plenty , , good health can't alias last ,
XL yer beY fr'ends can't allus be
touted on. .It dar' am any secret of
Uppineas'I."beleve Itam dli , an'we
| will now becin de reg'lar business of
do occaahun. "
Circaa. dan Story of a Kiss.
Chamber's Journal.
A man was walking along one reid ,
and a woman along another. The
roads _ finally united into one , and
reaching the point of junction at the
same time , then walked on together.
The man was carryings Lvga i.on
kettle on his back ; ia one hand ho
held the legs of a live chicken ; in the
other , a cane ; and hewn leiding a
goat. They neared a ravine. Said the
vroman : "lamnfraidto go through
that ravine with you ; it is a lonely
place , and you might overpower me
and kiss me by force. " Said the
man : "How can I possibly over
power you , and kiss you by force , ,
when I have this great iron kettle on
my back , a cane in one hand , a live
chfcken in the other , and am leading
this goat. I might as well be tied
hand and foot. " "Yes , " replied the
woman. 'But if yon should stick
your cane in the ground nad tie your
goat to it , and tarn the kettle bottom-
side up and put the chicken under it ,
then you might wickedly kiss me in
spite of my resistance. " "Success to
thy ingenuity , 0 .woman ! " eaid the
rejoicing man to himself. "I
should never have thought of
this or similar expedient. "
And when they came to the ravine , ho
stuck bis cane into the ground and tied
the coat to it , gave the chicken to the
woman , saying : "Hold it while I cut
some grass for the goat , and then so
runs the legend lowering the kettle
from his shoulders , he put the fowl
under it and wickedly kissed the wo
man , ai she was afraid he would.
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Intlttttfon&artnylS. Prtee.ttOO.
BSSiSCSS * CO. , Prcpiaiss ,
Q 1 1 B C P1 i 8 D C F or tt > i ? Iis , Colds , Bronchitis
OUnL U if II C , Asthma , Consumption ,
And ALL DISEASES of the Throat and Lungs.
Put Up in Quart Size Bottles for Family Use.
. . .UONT BE DECEIVED by unprinciplc.1 d-alers who try to p lm off nponyao
i Rock and Uve in p'ace ol onrTOMT ROCK an i RYE. which Ii the only MbD-
ICATED article nude , the GEXL'IN'E navinsr a GOVEhXMEN * STAMP on ech bottle.
Extract from. Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue :
TREASURY DEPAF.TMKVT , OrFICK OF INTERNAL REVESt >
WiHiiixoToi. D. C . Jiauair 23. 1S0. f
Messrs. LAWRENCE &MAKTIX. Ill Xadlson St , Chicngo. UN. :
OlXTLlMix : I ha e received a "ceniflM for-iuU"iivlosth9 Ingredients and reUtlre pr > > p < 7 >
tlons nseJ in the manufacture of an article hlch you adrer Jso anil e < l under the nvne of "TULU
ROCK and RYE. " 1 his componnd , accordl c to your formula. In the opinion of this ofllc * . would
ha\e a sufficient quantity of the BALSAM OF TOLU to cUeitalt theadranu n acntxxl titlill
art'cle in pectcral ccmplaintj , whiie the whUSy and syrup constitute an emuiuon rdnJcriuir the
comround anagreeatla ramedy to ihe pa'ient.
In the opm-on of this otfic j , an articl componnc'ed aceoilinc to thlj forniiln " > y properlr b <
classed as a me Jlclnal prcp raiijn nndar tl-e rrotlions ot t % < heilale A , f > lowinc ! scvtiou 3,417. 0. S.
KevUal Mmtut , . .adwicn eu nuimpe-J u\\i be po'd by rnujisti , AjHitntxiilra , uij Other I'erioas
without renileruijf them JiaVe to piy speo.al Uxas llqu- dcalrrs.
Yours Heapectfully , ( Signed ) GREEN. B. BAUM. CommlBslonof.
Lawicnco & JIartln. Ch'caso , Sob Acnts for the L'nitsU St\t s and Canvli. So'd br Pnir
Bljtt. Grocers and General Dealrrs everywheie. Hholeiilo AfjBt f * Neb , STEhLE , JOIKNSO > *
CO. , will supply the trida at mauufactureri prices.
1
WHO 18 UNACQUAmTED W THE O ' .WlLfl
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R ,
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WES'fc
It * main line runs from Cnlcnco to Council
Bluffs. poasinK through Joliot. Ottawa , I i nlle.
Jeneseo. .Moling Itock Island. Davenport , West
Liberty. Iowa Clty. Iarenso , llruoklyn. Grlnnell.
DCS Molnes ( the capital ot Iowa ) . Muart , Atlan
tic , and Avoca : with brunches from Ilure u
Junction to Peorla ; Wilton Junction tnMuica-
Ll&e , WasUlncton. FalrQeld. Kldon. L'elknap.
ZentreTlllc. 1'rtnccton. ITcnton , Gallntln. Came-
rnn. LcaTcnworth. Atchboil , and KanJ.os City ;
Washington to Slironrney. O&kalooso , nnrt Knox-
villc : Keoknk to Faralncton , Bonapanc. Ucn-
tonsDort , Independent , Kl Jon , Ottumw.v Eddr-
villp.Osknloosa. I'olla.Monroe , and UPS Moines :
S'ewton toMonrooi DCS Molnes to Indlanola ami
Wlntcrset : Atlantic to l > eirls nncl Audubon ; and
A oca to Harlan. This H posltlrclf the only
itallroacl , which owns , and operates a through.
Ino from Chicago Into the btate ot Kannas.
ThrouKb Express 1'aiaencer Trains , with Pull-
nan Palace Cora attached , ere mu each way dally
between CHICAGO and PEOIUA. KANSAS CITY ,
L'OU > CIL IILUFFS. 1.BAVKNWOBTH and ATCTIl-
iON. TarouKhcajsaroaJsorunbetwccnJIil au-
ice nnd Kansas Cltr. via the "Milwaukee and
Rock Island HhoLino. . "
The "OrentWocIc island" Is nvumlflcently
cqatpnsd. Its road bed la simply perfect , and 113
tract Is laid with etecl rails.
What will plen'o jou most will bo the pleasure
ot onlojlnu your meals , while pnsalnc over the
! > antuul prairies of Illinois and Io wa. In one of
rar macnmccnt Dtnlnz Cars that accompany all
ThronBU Express Trains. Yon eel an entire
meal , as Rood as Is aarred In liny Erst-class hotel ,
lorserenty-tive cents.
Appreciating the fact that n majority of the
oeople prefer separata apartments for different
purposes ( and the Immense pa-c.cni.-or business
of this line warranting It ) , we arc pleased to an
nounce that this Company runs 1'ullman J'atacc
n lor sleeping purposes , and Palace
PALACE C VKS nrn run throuch to PEOKIA , BEH MOi l * ,
COCNCIL BL.UFFS. KAJVSAM C1XT , ATCIIIS4OX , nnd i.EAVEXAVOUTII.
TlekeU Tin this Line , Unoxvn u the "Great JCock liland lluote. " nno\ < lit *
all Ticket Agent * In the united -State * ami Canada.
for Information not obtainable at your homo ticket offlce , oddrei * .
A. KIMOBALZj , E. ST. .TOKTN- .
Qen'l Bupcrlntendant. Uen'I Tkt. nnd rass'Br Art ,
Chicago , .i\
GHA VERiCK
FURNITURE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
STT A 3DES.
And everything pertaining to the Furniture and
Upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
W -hJST
ap M mon th sat and 1310 Farnliam Street.
Improved Buckeye
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
IE1 O IB , ± 88O _
MANUFACTURED BY S. P. MAST & CO.SPRNFFIELD ! , 0
They also"make Buckeye Improved Iron .Beam Walking
Cultivator , with or without Sj rines.
The New Force Feed Buckeye Drill , one OP two Horse Stjle.
Inquire for them at thebest dealers.
F. H. PTTGH , Gen. Agent , Uinaha , Seb ,
A. new and and hitherto nnknown remedy fo
all diseases of the Kidney * , Bladder.and Urinary
Organs.
It m positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
sy , Blight's Disease , Inability to retain or cruel
the Urine , Catarrh of the Blaedar , high co.orfd
and scanty urine , Painful Uncatinr , LAME
BACK , General Weakness , and all Female
Complaints.
It avoldea Internal medicines , la certain in it
effect * and cores when nothing else can.
Fornla by Druggist * or sent by mail free
upon receipt ot the price. 92.00.
DAYKDk ! rPAOCO..PROP'RS ,
Toledo , O. * }
' tfStzt your Edcrew for ccr little book ,
LHow a Life u Saved. "
, JAMES K. ISH , Agent
nt nil honrs of the < 1ar.
MncnlBcent Iron , liridces span the JA\if\rr'.xr \ \
nnd Missouri rivers at all points crossed bv tots
line , and transfers arc avoided at Council UisflS
Kansas City. Lcavcnwnrth. and Atcnlson , C'JV
nectlnn * belncmade in Union Uepota.
TIIK ritlNClPALi K. H. CONNKCTIONMl !
THIS c ; It EAT TUHOUUU 1J-NB A1US * S
FOLLOWS :
At ciucAQo.wlth ail diverging lines /or dUt
Rut nnd boutn.
At KNOI.EWOOD , with the L. S. i il.8rad / -
Ft. W.Jtlllt. IMS.
IMS.i.v HEIGHTS , with P. . i & it ,
At LA SALLr.with IIL CentK. K.
At 1't.oni.wlUi 1' . H.AJ. ; P. D.iK.r L B , &
W. : 111. Mid. : nnd T. l . & W. Rds.
At HOCK ISI MU , - nlthMilwaukee & KcCc
Island hort Line , " and Itock Isl'd , t Ten. Hi' .
AtDAVE.vpouT. nlta tha Uavcnport IM-Uija
C.M. * bt.lMl.lt.
At\VESTl.IDEnTT.-ilththon aK.A N.P i * .
At liuixxiuilth Central lows U. IL.
At Council. BLtrrrs. Tilth Union I'aclno 1C. II.
At OMAHA , with U. iMo.IL.lt. 1U In N
. . , . . .
At OrrnMWA. with Central Iowa JU U. s W .
Et. U & l'ac _ nnd a B. * . It. lids.
At KEOKCK. with TolPco. * War. ; Walv ,
Louts & 1'ac . and Bt. U , Keo. & N.-W.il.Itils.
At CAMKKOV. with II. St. J. K. K.
At ATCIIISOX. with Atcb _ Topeka & bacta 1 01
Atch. A > cb. nnd Ccn. Itr. U. I' . 1C. lids.
At J.EAVE.NWOUTU. with Kan. 1'ao , acdlCiu.
Cent. IU lids.
At KANSAS ClTr.wlth all lines Xor the Wo *
and Southwest.
HOME TESTIMONY.
Hear what Ex-Mayor Garvey , an
and prominent citizen of Piqoa , sav > :
PIQW. O , December 29 , 1870
The DR. EosjUfKoMsoiaia Co , Fiqtu , O. :
OctTLBMlx I feel under m ny oblfaatlowto
you for tha relief afforded me Ly the use of your
Invaluable medicine , Dr. Boenko' * Bhenmatta
Cure. I have been for many Tea's a sufferer
from Chronic RheamatimJ , suffertae at time *
most excruciating pato' , and deprifiofr me
manynlffhts'jlteo. After coniultinc anomlxr
of phvuiciacs nd obulnlnz norellef. I urn
mcncedusinfryoar Bhenmatlc Cure and after
bottles and taking the Blood Purlfl
Ui& ' four , r
In conneetion with it , I am absolutely enred rM
from any pain , able to attend to my bmiocssaod
resting perfe'tly comfortable" at nurbt. " * '
JUspectfullyyonr * , S. B. OAHVBY.
FREE Dr. Eosaiiko'i Treatiig on Rheuma
tism and fttet lent on application.
Addres
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine 'Co ' ,
PJQtJA , OHIO.
m2-d w - C. r. GOODMAN ,
Aent , Omiii ,
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