Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 09, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 2

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    THE DAILY BEE
X. BOSBWATER. EDITOE
TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Ou COCKTST FJUXSDS irill always bo plea *
to hear ( run , on all matters connected wt
crops , country politic ? , and on any enbje
whatever , ot general Interest to the people
connUxl wil
our State. Am Information conn
the elections , and reUtlnc lo flood ; , accident
will be fUdljr received. All such eozamunlc
tlona however , tmut be as brief as poss'.bl
acd they inert In all caecs be written on 01
tide o ! the sheet only.
Icl Hsxs or WKTtiR , In full , most In each i
erery caw accompany any corcmunlciUcn
bal nature soever. This ia m t Intended (
publication , but for onr own aatlsfactRm ta
aa proof o good faith.
rouncAL.
AmouKCiiusTs ot candidates for Office whet
er made by Kit or friends , and whether aa n
ticca or communications to the Editor , a
until nominations are made ) pimply ] < T on :
Mid will he charged for &s advertisement * .
* o par desire contribution * of a literary
poetical character ; and re will not undcrta
toi'tvecne or reserve the tune In lay a
hatev r. Onr stafl Is tufficicnUy larsc
more than supply our limited space.
All communications should be aodrcsacd tc
E. JOSEWATEtl , Blif
THK COUNTRY WILL BREATH
tfREBR.
The wires have flashed uctory f
Garfield , and psaco for the couulr
The disquieting third term clunen
fir which there was no tangible rcssj ;
ia out of tbe. fbld. T&o fact lee
thur.t fside that any two or tlir
"statcarmn" can sufliciontly "yroon
nnjr candidate ai to mike him sati
factory ( o the American pco4ls !
We look upon Iho result t Ghscaj
a. * a victory for the pcopla. Gcccr.
CJiarfield ia a atldier of chiauric r.
cord ; aa a ctatea man he is the pcerc
thi beit , and his friends can go lul
he contest without hiving to d
battle with issues that ought never t
hsvo birth. The country will breatli
frcerthat the third term has received
i-quietus. Wo have but tinio to mil
our n ado- * joy , and cry ho rdh ft
Garfield I !
"Hotu on is thehorco who is boun
to
TDK "Spontaneous boom" took
long time to come to a head.
THE brenera' national ccnvenlio
iraa in ectsion last week at BufTdlo , IS
Y. , with Henry H. Reulcr as jns ;
! nt and Conrad Seipp , of Chicag-
v ice-president. The numbtr of dolt
gaes is about 400. The brewing ei
tiblislimeuls of the country numbs
vcr 3,000 , which annually cynsuiu
35,000,000 buehoh of bailey and So ,
030,0)0 of hoj s-
JUDGE BAXTEU'S decision , in Ui
of the Adims Express compan
st the Louisville and Nasln ill
railroad , is a1 trading wide spread an
tiiisonting comment ia the nest. 1J
rules that a railroad company cautu
deny lis lines to any express company
rai'roada ' "beinj as much bound to f ;
cilitato the business of rxprrss con
pan'oi as of private indtriduils , ac
that a railroad corporation , unless
is expressly permitted by ita chsrte
cannot do an express business on i
own account.
/THE public debt waa reduced by ll
immense sum of § 15,928,033 in Ma
making tbonrholereduction since Jui
30,1879 , 574,820,530. The sesreta
has been buying § 3,000,000 a week
the 5'and 6V , and the former a
row down to $488,848,700 , and ti
latter to § 22,901,900. The redu
tion is of course attributable to t ,
grcat'incomo from duties and the intc
fnal revenue consequent upon the i
viva ! of business. Another month
favorable aa May would carry the ga
on our indebtedness up to § 90,000,0
for the fiscal ye.or.
THE anmnl inco'in s of the vario
trunk lines hell ourinz the past f <
weeks hwo rcpoitjd a year of rcmai
Eb'e'prisperity for the railroads. T
c-edtt side of the balar
shjet is heavily in fa
the corporations and tlio usi
dividends having been declared ,
l ro surplus .is left in thc'treosu ;
This is especially the caio with I
rrada whch arc engaged in transpo
ing the agricultural wealth of our w
tern elite * to the distributing pjii
of the eait. The increasa of oarnii
in the case of all the Irans-Mississi ]
roads are remarkably lirge , whi'o
t'\e eastern railway * , excepting 1
coal roads , saaro in the increase.
EX-COSTEOLLEK CONNOLLY , the
mous member of the Tweed ring , di
last week in Parif. The members
that cnco flourianig organizition :
fa t disappearing. Tweed died
j il ; Connolly , as we have seen , di
in eiile : Watson was killed ; Oak
Hall for a time lost his reason , and
no IT working hard for a modest livi
in New York ; Woodward and Prin
Harry Genet diicorged most of wl
they etole and are in obscurity , wh
PelerB. Sweeney , who wai account
the brains of the ring , having also pi
chued relief from the law , is now li
ing in Paris in wealth and infamy. 1
though justice has been very th (
oughly avenged , there ia nothing
the career of these men to stiraula
irnititon.
THE conflict in the Chicago conve
tion haa been one of unexampled b
terncss. Thia was to have been e
peeled. For the first time in the h :
tory of the Republic the peep
through their chosen representativ
were brought face to face with t !
question of a third term and the pro
ability of overturning one of the mo
ancient unwritten laws of onr natio
The leaden of the third term mov
ment had exhausted every expediei
io increase the strength of their ca :
didate and their opponents wei
equally determined to leave no lawfi
Btons unturned to defeat what th <
firmly believed would * t
a dingerona and uncalled for innov
lion. This was the first point on whic
there c'oold be no compromise. Wii
many of the delegation the nomin :
lion of .General Grant was oppose
* oa principle , with others becauao <
iTxpacUency. " Tfie terrible eamestnei
jf U p I till continued the con
THE INDKBTEDNESS OF CITIES
The Supreme Court of the State c
New Jersey aflifBitd tjirjjfrjudgrnei !
rendered against the city of , Elizabot
in the suits of the Singer Sewing Ms
chine Company and the mutual benef
Life Insurance Company. The suit <
the former was fur f omo § 750CO (
that of the latter was for a compart
lively small amount. The city defenc
ed the actions on the p'oi that Vn
council had no authoriiy to issue tli
bonds , which were made in renewal c
to pi.y maturing bords. Tha h'g
property owners of the cit
Ug the suits , - but 'the cil
council backed by minywho have n
property in the ci'y ' have interpose
all possible defences. The , Singe
company , whose principal factory isj
El zabath , owe abjutalquartir ofth
indcbtidness of the city , and the
ha\o prupcrly in tlio city amountin
to pavcral , mi'l'ons.of ' dol'a'fl. Th
" * * *
t
company have f always held that tli
only tiling for the city tdo ws
to pay the dcbft Colonel Kcai
another > f the la'uo owner
has bc-en in favor of full paymowt i
( he dobt. Hut the defaulting scut
in cut prevailed , and tlio risult i f tl
whole inn'tcr is that Elizilwth h ;
Item di'gracrd ly her ci-iidul ; tl :
city lias euflercd in deprcci ttiou of hi
prrpu'itj * to the full amount of IK
dt bt , and after all the courts diroi
tl.o city to bo lu > iicst and pay u ]
whicb the city ought to have been don
without the intcrvintion of tbc court :
New Jiripy justice is famous all tli
country over ; the judichry of Hi
slate , appointed Ly th j governor , hav
one Mid all kept the ermine tleai
a : d this lait ruli'ig for honesty by tli
Buproino court brings fresh liurels t
the ttite at largo. Economy at hotr
was ovc rlooked by the officials at Eli :
aboth. Cities may just asx we
b ar in mind that pay-day dos coin
for bonds , and tint the obligition
a tiiy canii > t bo thunt a ido at tli
wl.im of dithuncst cllicials. The del
of i ha tily is about § 6,000,000. Th
rafablej is § 12,000,000 , but thi
amount is at rived at by a very lo1
valuation. '
Itairoad Transportation nnd Cot
Rresg'on l Legislation.
Kan < as Ct'y Times
The commission appo'ntod by cor
gresa under the joint rcto'iitionof bet
liousis , t > c rsicUr nnd report wlit
legis'ution is iiec-ded for tha baiter rt
zuliitioi ! of comnicrec , laisca a quei
li'ii of i atioml intercut. The rtsoli
tion prjvfJ * s f ( r a rommittee of thn
s natorp , tu be appointed by the pn
aidant , mil thrtu represuitativei
t ) bo appointed by the speAt
of the bouse , and thrco- con
missioncrs , to ba appointed by th
I rtsidcnt , wh > shall s t during rccc
and. inquire gumr-tllr into theond
lions relating to th'i iratiajorlatuin i
commerce by Inni and vatur route
i\uh aiif to securing the require
facililiea at the lowest charges , wit
the greatest eciimny of limo an
without any unjust d-scrimiuatioi
The recommendations are to bo n
pjrtid by the comnmsii n tj congrci
at its next session , mil an effort wi
tliuii bo made by the frieuda of tl
movement to secure tuch legislatic
as shall boat accomplish the aims <
the investigation.
The question is ono of the greatt
pra tical business question * of the di
and the careful diagncaii proposed w :
indicate the needed leg g'ativo pr
scriplion. State legislaiion caun
reach the e\ils complained uf , bo2.1 u
it is necessarily restricted to tti
boundaries , while the in'.ercita upt
which its bears have grown into n
tional proportions and Important
In short , the question is ono of intc
state coiiiuurce , and railroads com
uudor the control of the ria'jou
government , " so far of in'er-sta
regulation is concerned. The ttrid
m de by great railroid corooratio
Across the country to different coi
nurcial centres or seats of productio
and os | ccially the gigantic consolic
tion ctTttc'.oi by Gould and his rs-
ciatcs , prove the furtility of sinj
6Utcs bttomptiug soperats and i
dependent control over a system
fir ralung in ita extent and so divi
sified in' its connections. We ha
cghty thousand miles of railroads
the United States and their pov
in building up states , stimulating e ]
velopinent and creating wealth
shown by the rapidity with whi
they are being duplicated. But t
abuses of their gigantic powers i
maud legislative restriction ; such :
strictions ai shall effectually restrti
them from disturbing the currents
business and importance of localitit
and their abili.y to fix their own ra
should bu curtiiled or placed with
proper limits , which is bssontially
that the advocates of anti-ditcriinii
tion contend for.
Kansas City has felt the iron ha
of riilroad monopoly in a minu
which ahovis that thu commuui
have no protection against the c
croachments of the stupendous cc :
bination except their own views
self-interest. All corporations : i
greedy of power and profit , and v h
monopoly becomej t-pprossive v h
a corporation ceases to bo a pub
benefit it is stagnation , if not doj
to business interests and public pri
perity.
The country looks to the prcse
congress for thesa essential reforu
There ought ta ba no more temper
ing. Congress mint act , or if i
cipablo of acting , the sooner the ft
is determined the hotter , leaving t
states each in its own sphere , to di
with theao giant monopolies as bi
they may. The American people c
shako off a foreign despotism to
tyrannized over and robbed by prei
domestic corporations.
Foreotten Treasures.
Aii examination of eld packagoa
ono of the vaults of the Mercian
National Bank , of Baltimore , whe
they had been lock up yeara ago , h
brought to light property which h ;
been long lost tight by the origin
owners. In ono of the boxes , the k
to which was in the bank , were di
covered § 10,000 in first mortga ;
bonds of the Pennsylvania railroa
with the interest coupons for the pa
fifteen years attached , nuking tl
aggregate value of the property abe
§ 20,000. These bonds , it has bet
ascertained , belongs to the Hagcr
town ( Md. ) bank , of which Goverm
Hamilton is now the president. ]
dealings bctwcan the two banks the ;
bonds were deposited with the Me
chants' bank fifteen years ago as co
lateral. The then president of tl
Hagerstown bank , James Dixon B
man , died ; the cashier was supersede
and that bank lost traces of ( he tran
action. The disappearance of tli
bonds , however , always remained a
unpleasankmystery , which is now liaj
pilycldared up. and Iho bank "ad c
§ 20,000 more to its surplus. Th
other valuable package fourjd i
the Vault of the Merchants' hank w :
s Bffiill trunk , containing papers an
totuo diamond jewelry valued i
bank.'by'av'Spaniard ' for safe-keeping
more than a quarter of a century age
One of tbo letters was signed with th
name of Robert A. Fiiher , now prei
ident of the bjard of trade > f Bait
more , who , on investigation , foun
that ho had at the date named , n
paived a consignment of coffee froi
the Spanish gentleman , who whe
here , deposited the trunk with th
bank , as wai the custom in tb esafi
keeping of valuables at that period <
time. The trunk was nevertsslledfoi
the gentleman is dead , and his heii
will get the property through theSpai
ish consul.
INDUSTRIAL , NOTES.
tfc J lW l -I IP
All the iron mills in Allegheny , Pa
have closed.
The q-iantity of cotton consume
in 1878 ws 54-timea greiterthani
1778.
1778.Miro
Mire than twenty celluloid compai
? e' in this country fts doing aauccjs
ful business.
The foundation is bsii.g pn-paic
for , i.tlitt funiaso in South Chest-
I'aJ , that w.ll oust § 300,000.
Business ia-r p-rtoJ britk at tl
Ilo.iding , Pa , iron work ? , and gooi
xT-i shipped off at the rate of abci
§ 400,000 per monfi.
Immoaso quatititien of iron a :
now raised ui spain vhichis in
I cttcr plight than she Ins b. on ft
many a y < Mr for the Bullish markt
Very nearly 20,050 t H.S of mn n
ar mod from Spain at Cirdiff in cr
wzok last month.
The whaling birk , Ala'ki , whic
rojched New Uedford on Fri Jay las
fromv/our years' cruise , recorted
total etch of 3200 barrels of sp r
and 203 ranch of wla'c oil , betidi
1275 poundi of wholdbouo. Tli is
the largtst c-itch cf fpjrm oil rjp < rt
for thirty years.
Yineland , N. J , will fhorily ad
the Wowing : An extemivo ire
foundry and uiaclrno shop , by parti <
from Kovr York , the rouud homo <
of thuVmehmd Rjilway having bn
purchased for the pur.o3e ; a brg
hat manufact rydirjct from Scotlant
the proprietor of which will brmn
h's nnchimry and Lust hands froi
Solland ; ai.d < i larije cluthiug factor
the sewing mnuhnics of which w.ll I
run by steam.
Cheney Brother * , silk luanufoctui
ers , are building auotlicr new factor
at Manchis er , Conn. , to accomoJal
tlwirincrcasuig.businofs , and will ji
in another 200 horse power ongic
nnd now machinery. 'Hicy h-vo o
hand 300 toe a of waato silk and wi
probibly use tlie DOW buildrnj ; to mai
uficturo inti fabrics the so-callr
watta silk wh-ch , miecalltd w.ihta bi
c.uiso it catiii > t bo ussd aa Genring bill
atc'jnm'atcs from the daily minuf <
lure of their products.
RAILWAY NOTES.
An cvcrago of 2G40 lies prjrequire
to each mile of r.vlroid
As a result of th change < f g-uij
of the Now York , Pennsylvania an
Ohio road , 100 Ircomctivea will bate \
to bo rebuiU.
The emp'oytw of tha Like Ontari
and Southern railroad have now no :
ly fi\o mon'h'a pay dm them , and
attiko is threatened unlcsi s < me inont
is f.irthcoming vvry see i.
The Arandalia railroad company
sued for § 10,000 by a woman whi
though she had bought a alcming c.
ticketcould not get a berth She clain
that a night * r ivel in an t r Jin ry pi
sengor car ruLed her hoilth.
The Pullman h.t 1 tar , 'Brevoorr ,
rocen'ly ran from Chicago to Si
Francisco over the Chicago , Burlin :
ton and Quiucy and Pacific roads-
well filled with passengers a lei
journey of 2,369 miles without chan
ing c re.
Detroit sc-a'chii
The peiplo of arc
around for § 30,000 , the sum needed
completeihesubscripton nccesaary
ineuro thocommencjmcntof werk <
tlio projected railroad from that ci
tj Butler , Iiid Tlu project is in
precarious shape , and it is extreme
doubtful whether the § 30,000 can
raited.
. Some of the earli st licomotiv
ever built liivo run over a milo a mi
ute in this country , and seven y ei
miles an hour has been made in Ei :
lind , and , in one cse , ninety-thr
units per hour was attained for a fi
miles. Tbo Ironsides , ono of M. "
Baldwin's fkfct opgints , was run fil
years ago at the rate of sixty-f
miles an hour on the Philadelphia a
Genmntown railroad. Mr. Pent , w
was for ye-irs connected with Mess
B.ildwin & Co.'s citabliehmont , r
the engine at that time , and her spe
was cirefully noted by Mr. Fra
Pe lesnd oihera who took pirt in t
trial. The old Rocket , built by R (
ert Stephenson in 1829 for the Liv
pool and Manchester railroad , was r
on ono occasion at the rate of sh
miles an hcur ; and an engine , theL
erpool , built in 1830 by Bury , Cur
& Kennedy , of Liverpool , was r
fifty ei < ; ht miles an hour with a tr.
of tw Ive of the short wagons of tl
day.
OUR GOODLY HERITAGE.
MILLIONS OK KMIQUANTS-VAST INCUE. '
OF TUANSroilTATION FACILITIES E
AOUICOLTUKAL PRODUCTS.
Kobcrt I1. Porter In Intcrnatioa-l for Juac.
Within half a cjntury ton milli
emigrants have landed on our shor
They have como from British isl
from the continent of Europe a
from distant China racing to get fi
tu the land of plenty. Huddled
gether and half-starved in the atcen
of leaky vessulr , encountering the p
its of the ocean , penetrating a repi
inhabited only by red men , slrug li
over the forest-capped mounttins
the middle states , spreading over i
praiiics i'f ' the wett , confronting t
malsriaof the ajiuh'j and crossing !
Bcorchiug sands of the plain ? , the be
army of the world's adventurers I
kept up a ceaseless march. Inste
of destroying this army , ten milli
strong , has ctianged the whole face
a continent.
At the outset of its march a wati
way waa built which formed a cc
necting link in the highway of co ;
merco bstween the Atlantic seaboa
and the vast territories bordering
the great lakes ; and with this advai
age the northern cities began a wo
dtrful career of prosperity , and Ni
Yotk became thu metropolis of t
western world. Spreading toward t
interior of the country , the ropulati
has pushed on to tne agricultnial i
ghns , and the center of population b
moved westward four hundred mile
The centers of production have clos
ly followed , until now the easter
north-midd'e and southern gioups
states do not supply their homed
luaud for wheat The couth-midd
states have a small surplus. The Oh
valley has a surplus of nearly half i
crop , and the more western grou
produce nearly fourfo'd more th :
their home demand. The wheat en
of thiitr years ago was about lOO.COC
000 bushels , divided into equal volun
by ihe 81st dejjrio west from Gree ;
wich ; in 1859 tha center of productic
had advanced to the 85th degree ; i
1809 to theSSth degree , and last yea
it is sife to Bay , the enormous crop <
450,000,000 bushels of wheat wsa d
vided equally by the 90h degree <
longitude.
Th.e thirteen oiiginal lUtes have e :
tended into an empire so v st tht
territoryonly 0000 iquira miles lei
than the enMre ren n ( thrg
has been given away to aid in bulldit
a railroad tjtiem which has united tl
Atlantic with'the Pacific , the northei
lakes with the gulf , ani proved a bor
of union between the eastern ar
westarn stites , clinszing affectionate'
to the coast , and awaiting the advei
of that army .of friendly invader
The population of half a century a ;
knew 1 tile of the extent of the g 02
heritage ID which they wtra boru , ai
had not explored the fertile lauds
tlio great northwest , which are fa
making America to the world wh
Africa was to anciSnt Rome i
granary and its store house.
Having ascertained the dietributic
and pcneial movement of our crops ,
rray be well to tike a gUuce 'at the
growth and present extent. To th
end the following t ble , which I ha1
carefully prepared from offici
Eources , may prove of interest :
* 25'jWt JOO
,0.0 "a < 3.c 2i
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Se-
oogo'
OOOT < MOfrCSC
r r Ce > r ra"Tro '
eivi' cici | <
A careful study of this exhibit v >
give some idea of the United Stat
c f ti-day compared with the Unit
States at the close of the war ; ti
cold leaden figures toll a Btory of pr
gress and development which may s
lonifh those who have not watch
the subject clt scly. In Gftoeti yea
iho production e > f ivhuat and barli
in the United States haa trebled , cor
coi ton and tobacco m'iro than double
mta increa-ed nearly 140,000,01
bushels , potatoes no trly duubL d , ai
hiy increased more than one-third.
The Use
Ne Yo k Times.
When ooor John Brougham , t ]
act < r , was in g'eit pa'n ' , and believi
to ba very near his end , the other di
ho slid ho was willing enough to eu
render life , for he hadbal a good de
cf i * , and had enjoyed it thurougbl
lie spoke the ten h. Ho has alvr.t ;
h-d a god time , though not in a se !
inh wa\ Indeed , solfishn ss forms i
part c f the attar'snature ; ra'her t ]
reverse of it Ho has ever been qui
to help whoever liai needed help ; li
time- and purre ha\o o\cr been at t
comm ind i f ot'iers. Often , when i
mnrstr < t'od with by his friendi for 1
ovtr-gonerosily , he would say : "P <
hapa you are right ; but whit's iho u
of h ving mont-y if you cau't give
to soiuelody worre elf than yourself
Very few men of liii mea
hive probably dittributed the
Hubitance more freely upon tl
worthy and unwoithy than Jol
Brougham. Lie has lived well in i
upicu hn and benevolent sense. Ft
< iuently , vhen Buffering from twing
of the goyt , ho has saidYell ,
ought not to complain ; I've earn
th-s pain by yoaisjjf assiduous ap-he
tioo. " Several years rgi , while ca
Gned to his room from an attack
g nt , a sympathetic fr end cillo 1 , ai
observing a handsome portrait of tl
comedian in his younger days at V
foct of the bed remarked : "The
was no < : out at that time , Uncle Joh
ehl' "No/ ' was the reply ; '
hadn't app3 red then , but I was la
ing a superb foundat pn for itthough
Brougham might easily have been li
had he been so mindt d. He has ma
money readi'y ' , and has spent it wi
equal readiness. He has never trite
to accumulate anything , and , in fa
with all his claverncsi and vorsatilil
has been lacking in practicality.
A Runaway Husband.
Detroit Free Pres.
Olio day last week week a man re
ding in East Toledo , 0. , skipped fn
his family and brought up in Detrt
Ilia wife got a clue to his wbereabo
and came after him , and yesterday f
had an interview wiih him at the ci
tral station , whcro hu had been i
in f .r the purp ) so. She had 11 > te
to shod. On tlio contrary , her h
had a fighting bang , and as eoon ( is i
could get her brcatti she to ahi
' 'So , you miserable aptlogy foi
human being , yen f kipped out , i
you ? "
No rep'y.
"After 1 hal wasboJ , and acrubl
and sewed for nearly twenty years
suppoit you , you got tired of y <
family , did you ! Our style of hv ;
watn't tony enough to suit y
and you wanted a diamond pin an
cane ! "
"Say , Lucy , I'm sorry , " ho m\i
bled.
bled."Well
"Well , I an't ! " ahe snipped. "J
sir ! On the contrary , I'm glad of
You'vo chewed tobacco , and dr ;
whiskey , and whittled shingles , i
loafed on the corners it my expei
just a long as you over will ! ' '
"What do you want of me , the
"Want of you ? Why , I wani
clear my char cer ! ! All our no'ghb
s ly that you ran away from me , :
some pity me and some laugh. \
run away from me ! Why , you 1 <
down corner loafer , you couldn't i
away from anything but a spade or
ax ! I followed you to get this mat
stiaight. I've got to live ihcre , t
I'm not going to be cither pitied
hugtied at ! "
' Whatdo you want ? " he asked.
"Here's what I want ! " she eaid ,
she aoizid bis collar and twisted h
around. Now , you take that c
tSit and that and I'll , hare th
officers sign a piper that I found 3
and kicked you cut to take care
yourselU Now you git ! Don't e
write to me ; don't ever lUw to co
back to me ! Even if I hear that 3
ever tell anybody that you w
married to me I'll buy a shotgun r
hunt for you ! "
The husband sneaked out-doors t
down the street , and the wife , hav
the "docs" in her "pocket , walked
other way , muttering to herself :
"Skipped out ! run away from
family. We'l , his old shirts will mi
a mop woith twice the Ta'ue ' of
whole body. Now , I want to see so
oue grin in the face of this testimor
that I raised him right off his heel *
GUILTY OF WRONG.
feme people hate a tubion of confusing
cellcnt le-rcdirs with the Urge rnisj of "pat
medicine * , " and in thij the/ are guilty c
wronj. There are tonn ad'ertifel ieme <
fully worth all tbit Is asked for them , and
at leut we mow of Hop Bitters. The wr
rus had occasion to use tbe Bitten In just s
a climate is we hava most of the year in J
C.tv , and has always found them to be flrsl-cl
and nlUblc. doing all that is claimed for tbi
tTrlbnno. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY
No lo-Rer like Job need theafflirtcd milli
cryou"Oh , tfcat my griel were weijrh'd i
my calamity laid in tbc talan e ! \ e are f org
of lien ; je are all physicians of no value. " J
in absolutely f afo reliable and certain cure ,
filet , the most exaspuatin ? , painlnl of
d'searcs hatbtenfffiindby Dr. Sllsbee. H
mi lionoffuffererawithpl es testifytcthirt'
ofAnaVe s. " I bysldans of all s.hoclj vadors
an ! presume it ; 600,030 ixrsons bav j u ed it
all supts and varieti s cf pi eg , and ni
witboui benefit. It has been pronounced I
happiest medical d scovery ° ' tne > Ke , " and ]
Ei'sbej. an experienced and scientific M. P. of
years' practice , "a tentfactor to hfc race "
remedy si simple and jet s > infallible
"An Iesi " for Piles h s been iHtcovcred. Il
a happy combination < f the sootMnr poultice
thefofllsh , tbalnstnimrntcf the French , i
ths curative mediation cf the American Tnrgso
it aCords 4mra < dUte reiiej from ihe mm ; i
cms at'ri * jam , bo'di up the p ilMl tumo
ani ultla ' ly cure * tbe woni aisi c ( PI
' Art fsnt ( fW ta
s. P. Keustaedt r & Co , Bf x 89J , Ki
Yirx. A'si , eoM lij druggists e erywhii
Trice SI 00 per box. _ _ .
TEMPERANCE is attracting much atte
tion , showing itself in local option IM
societies , crtisailes , and restrictions tn >
liquor pn > duction ; but with all these <
forts , the consumption is enormous , ai
undoubtedly , the reason is , because the
is nothing strenuously advocated toi
liete and destroy the craving for stim
Unts. But , if the disease was treated i
tionally , by nrousing the torpid LIT
with Simmons' Liver Regulator , the d
pirited drunkard would find his cravin
soon dif sipated , and with cleared Lead ai
active Liver , he would not want liquor.
Ask the recov.
lious sufferers , 'vic SIMMONS
tims ot ( ever and/
agne , the mercurial
diseased patient ,
ho\v they recovered
health , cheerful
spirits and good
ippctite ; they will ,
tell jou by tak REGULATOR
ing Sm MOSS' LITZR
RHOOMTOR.
Tlie Cheapest , Purest and Bert family M
Hie In the World.
ForDYfaPEPSIA , CONSTIPATION , Janndl
Billions Attacks , SICK HEADACHE. Colic , 1
prceslon of Spirits , SOUR STOMACH , Hei
Burn , Etc. , Etc.
Tli's ' unrivalled Son them Remedy is warrant
not to contain a single particle ot HIKCDRT ,
any Injurious mineral substance , bat is
Purely Vegetable.
containing those Southern Boots and Herl
which an all-wise Providence has placed
countries where Liver Disease most prevail ,
u ill cut c all Diseases cau-ed by Derangement
the Liver and Itowcls.
Tur. SfMPTOMS of L'ver Complaint arf
b'ttiror bad taste In the mouth ; Pain In t
Itack.MJcs or Jomts.o'teu mistaken forRbenn
ti m ; Sour Stomach ; Lo-sof Appetite ; Bow
a to n.ilcly coativo and lav ; Headache ; Loss
Memory , with a painful sensation of bavin ? ta
eJ to do eomelhlng which ought to have Ve
done Debility , Low Spirits , a thick jellow I
| > car.iMe of the eklu and Eyes , a dry Cough <
ten mistaken f r Consumption.
Somcvlmis many of thoie symptoms atte
the ducue , at others > cry few ; hut the Liver , t
lar fht unran in the body , h generally the K
of tbc dis jasc , and if not regulated in tltne.gn
enffcriiif , ' , wictcbcdncss and death will enine.
I can ro nmmeiid as n efficacious remedy I
ihacaoc nf tbo Livnr , Heartburn and Dyspeps
Sinmons1 Ln r Itcjulaior. Lewi * Q. Wnnd
1C25 ll str Sticct , Astbtant Post Mast
Plnladelph a.
"Wo h/ue tested its virtues tcrsonally , a
hr.ow that for Dyicpma , Billiousness ,
ThrnbUnc Head ic'ie. it M the best medicine 1
world e\er naw. We hive tried forty otl
rcmcd'cs ' before Simmons1 Lher RcRilator , I
none of them tavj ui more than temporary
1 icf : b t the Regulator not only relieved , I
rnreil us. " Editor Tcl-griph and Messeng
Mi on , Ua.
MAMirACTt'RKD ORIT BT
* J. H. ZEILJN & CO.
PHILADELPHIA , PA
tMcc. Jl l Si.ld bj all DroKcirta.
Bentleodawli
rvlways Cures and never disaj
points. Tbe world's great Pali
Rollover for Man and Beas
Cheap , qniclf. and reliable.
PITCHER'S CASTOBL
is not Kurcotlc. Childre
row i'nt upon , Mothers lik <
and Pliysicians recommen
CASTOKIA. It regulates tli
Bowels , cures Wind Colii
nllays Fcvcrisliness , and di
stroys "Worms.
WEI BE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cure , a Constitution ;
Antidote for this terrible mal
dy , by Absorption. The BIO
Important Discovery since Vw
cination. Other remedies mi
relieve Catarrh , this cores ) i
any stage before Counuaptic
sets in.
weottn jouio ntown. rermstndfioi
lres A ilrrfw II IlalltttlA C > > .
NOTICE.
Jennie A Atchcson , Cliuda Clark and Cha
L , Clurk , non-resident defendants ,
Will take notice that the Omaha NUU
Bank did on the 2nd day of Marcr , A. D. . 1
file its p tition in the District Court , within
for the County ot Douglas , State of l.'ebra
ajaliEt the paid Jennie A. Atchcson , Cli
C ark and Charles'L. Clark , defendants , the
Ject and prayer of which is to exclude said
fendants from any interest in and to an and !
cd one-eight ( J ) interest in the following dcsc
ed property , to-wit :
Begin mn ir at a point that beirs north t6J deg
east 16 chains and 60 links from the J sec
corner on the line between sections 20 and 11
township 15 nonhrange 13 etst , being the toi
west corrcr Of land own'd by Charlotte
Turner , thence north 20 chain * and 11 link
the south boundary of land owned by
Lowe , thence couth 83 } degrees west al
said south boundary 12 chains and
links , thence south 19 chains and 75 It
tbcnco cast ' 2 chains and 54 links to tbe plat
beginning , containing twenty-five
acres mpie or ICES , and that a commissioner
appointed to comey slid real estate to raid p
tiff , and frr Rcneial relief , and you , the
Jennie A Atchcson , Clanda Clark and Chi
L. Clark are required to appear and answer
I > ctitlon on or b fore the 14th day < f Juru
D , 1380 * . THE OMAHA NATIONAL flAN !
By T. W. T. BienARbs. Its Attorney.
Dated Mnv 3d , 18SO mtevymc
Catarrhal
HA KINO offcmivi mucous , PAINS ovei
eyes , CRACKLING In the head , SICKEN
breath. DEAFNESS and tickling in tha thi
are SIGNS of CATARRH. The PUROL1
SECRETIONS thrown upon the BRONCH
TUBES while a lccp , follow the rmcous n
brane , and POISON THE EN FIRE SY8T1
Suficrcrs know how OBSTINATE tbe diseas
The ac'.Ion ot Catarrhal Virus , like that of so
pox has been t INALLY DISCOVERED. Cat
ia now cured.
A. McKrxsrr , R. R'd Pros. , S3 Broad St , N.
"WEI DE MEYER'S CATARRH CURB ia i
derful. "
E. H. BROWS , Merchant , 339 Caual'St. , N
CATARRH 11 YEARS. Cured by one p
age.
S. BKXKDICT , Jr. , Jeweler , 697 Broadway , K.
( famllv of. ) Cured of CHRONIC CATAR
O. L. BRUSH , 443 Broadway , Y. Y. , CAT AI
10 YEARS. Could not taste or smell CD
"I lost my voice by Catarrh , and have been
od. " J. HSSDBMOW , 155 Newark Ave. , Je
City.
W. li. WOODS , 497 Broadway , H. T. , enrei
Chronic Catarrh.
L. A. NmcAir , Merchant , SOS Fulton St. , Bn
lyn CHRONIC CATARRH. Given up
physicians. Cuicd.
A. B. TnoRKi , Insurance 183 HonUrae
Brooklyn. Self and son cured of CATAR
J. D. McDoxAiD , Merchant , 713 Broadway ,
Y. ( Suter-in Saw. ) Had CATARRH
YEARS. Cured.
Etc. , Etc. , Etc. , Etc. , Etc.
DR. WEI DE MEYER'S PAMPHLET with
most remarkable testimonials on record , i
free , by his Artnts , Mes * S.D. B. DEWE1
CO.,48Dey St. N. Y. ; or by Dragrists. The <
b delivered at $1.50 a package. Think of a
cure for an obstinate disease , st this trlf
cost. decS 2a4r- <
Acrostic
Would'st thou my fncnd good health eu
Each day and hour your time employ ;
Secure repose from sickness , ills ,
This thou can'st do take Liver Pittt ;
& dost thou suffer from disease ,
Caused by exposure , diett these ,
Or other lUs , what'er their name ,
Submit at once , and leave the frame ,
Like shadows darting o'er the hll' ,
In terror flee from Kter Pitt * .
Vice-like although they've clung for yean
Knconraged be , nor yield to fears.
Repose in quiet , health s bright rills
Pursue th ? pathway of these Pill * .
In childhood , youth and In old ags ,
Let cheerful thoujhtj my rnfad cngMn ,
Let Ctb r a8e - VM , CillUl ,
Said at * hdm ! by ' G , 7 ( Ooajsua. ! , K. t
INVALIDS
JttH ) OTHEES
HEALTH
'
.STRENGTH and ENERGY ,
i WlTHOtrr THE USE OF DRUGS , ABE R
j QUESTED TO SEND FOR THE ELECTRIC
HEVIEW , AH ILLUSTRATED JOUR-
KAL , WHICH IS FtJflLISnED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
normaion o o
NrTO'Ji. Exhausting and Fulofnl Diieanu. Ere
ubjcct that bvut upon health and human ha ppinei
recciret attention in ita page * : and the mtnj qn <
tlona uked by nflVrtog invalids , who hare denpair
and raluable informal ! *
,
answered
of a cure , are
U volunteered to all who are in need of medical a
rice. The subject of EUcW Belts rcmt Medicin
anil the hundred and one questions ot "ial lmx |
l nc to Buffering humanity , are dul ) Consider
and explained.
explained.YOUNG MEN
led others who suffer from Serrons and Phrsic
Debility. Lc s of Manly Vigor , Premature F.xhai :
lion and the many gloomy consequence * of ear
IndiKittloB , * tc. , are especially keueSted by co
soiling iU contents.
Tha KLECTRIC REVIEW ezpotes the nnmiiigat
frauds practiced by quacks and medical Impute
who profess to "practice medicinr , " nnd points o
the only safe , simple , and e Secure ro J to Ural :
Tiror , > n < l Budllj ItnsrjJ.
Ul cord for copy , ai
fiend jour address on po
tnformulon worth thousands will v rent you.
Address the publishers , '
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO ,
COR. EIGHTH and VINE SIS. . CINCINNATI.
AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS
For all tbe purposes ot a
CURING
Cottitxnctt , Jnundit
Dytpopeia , Jndigi
timi. Dysentery , Fo
Stomach and JSreat
lleaJaeheKrys > pfli
J ilct , nheumatisi
Eruption * and St
Diteaiet , Btttunttne
Liver Complair
VroptyTcttcrT < nM
'and Salt fiheu. .
Wortnt , GoutA'eun
jla , M * Dinner PM , and Pun/i/iny the Bloc
are the most congenhl purgative > ctperfectc
Their effects abundantly show how much tli
excel all other Til's. Tney nro rate and nlca ate
to take , hut powerful tcure. . The purge o
tbo foul humors from tbc blood ; th ub
the sluygisb. or disordered organs into tie
and they Impart health and tone to the nli <
being. They ucre not only tlie e\ery day cu
pla'nts ot every body , but formidable and datigi
oui diseases. Most skilful phyricians , most e
in nt clergymen , and our best cit xens , send n
tiflciteaof cures performed , nnd of the gr <
bon fits derived from these Pi Is. They are t
gafc-t and bcft physic for children , bi cause m
as neil as effectual. Eein ; sugar coated , th
are easy to take ; and being purely \ ejjctab
' .hey ar * entirely harrnlcf s.
PREPARED BT
DR. J. . AYER & CO. ,
LOWEEL , MASS ,
Practical aud Analytical Cbemle
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers
Medicine.
AHENTION. BUILDERS AND CO
TRACTORS.
The owner of the celebrated Kao !
Banks , near LOUISVILLE , NEB. , b
now ready at the depot at Ix > uisville ,
the B. & M. railroad ,
to fill any order at reasonable prices , l'i
ties desiring a white front ur ornnineiii
brick trill do well to give ns a call or se
for sample.
J. T. A. IIOOYEU , Prop. ,
T-irUvlllH. N
B. A. FOWLSK. JAMES II.co
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
ARGHITEGTS
Designs for buildings of any description
exlbibition at our office. Wo have bad over
years experience in designing and supcrintei
log public building and residences. Plans a
estimates furnished on short notice.
ROOM 8 , UNION BLOCK. m20-6
INTER-OCEAN IIOTEI
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
Flrst-cl'S * . Fine large Simple Kooms , <
Mock from depot. Trains step from 20 mint ]
to 2 hours for dinner. Free Bus to and fr
Depot. Kates $2.00. $2.60 and | 3 00 , accord
to room ; I ngle meal 75 cents.
A. U. BALCOM , Proprietoi
ANDREW BOBDEN. Cnlef Clerk. ml
Machine Work !
OTVTATFsLA , SffZJU.
J , F. Hammond , Prop & Manag
The moft thorough appointed and coir pi
Machine Shops and Foundry In the state.
Castings of every description manufactured ,
Engines , Pumiia and verr class o machln
made to order.
Special attention given to
Well AujursPulleys { , Itangci
Shnftint ? . Bridge Irons , Gee ;
Cutting , etc.
Plans for now MachlnenrtUeachanlatl DraUj
Inf , Models , etc. , MBatly eiccUlwl.
9f > 8 Harnefr Bt. h t l4t And If
NEWTTME TABLE
or TOI
OMAHA AND FORT O.MAII
OMNIBUS LINI
L'AVIS OlUni. LUTIS IT. OVAnA.
Tr O o'clock A. M. 1000 o'clock A
SM o'clock r. M. 6.3Q o'clock I
8:00 o'clock r. M. 10:03 : o'clock i
SUNDAYS KVEBT TWO HOURS.
Fare - . 25 Ten
Ai F. RAFERT & CO.
Contractors and Buildoi
1310 Dodge St. , Omaha.
MART ! *
Has just received a lot of Spri g goods.
re invited to call % nd get prices , which
naran tees the lowest in the city
. 1220 FARNHAM STREK"
FRONTIER HOTEL
Laramie , Wyoming ,
The miner's retort , good accomtnodatl
large sample room , charges reasonable. Spi
attention given to traveling men.
11-tt ir.0.jlILLIUtD. rroprieto
MEAT MARKE'
V. P. Block , ICth St.
Fresh aul Bait Meats o all kinds consta.
on hand , prices reasonable. Tegetables In I
On. Jfooddellveiedtotnypartof thedty.
WM AUST.
t -t * _ Ml K > rth TBth ti
UPTON HOUSE
Schuylcr , Neb.
Flistclass House , Good Weals , Good B
Airy Boom ? , and kind and accommnda
treatment. Twigood camp'e rooms. Spi
attention paid to commercial travelers.
S. MTT.LEB , Prop , ,
" " _ Schnyler , Neb. .
M. R. RISDOKT ,
General-Insurance Agei
, BEPBESENTS :
PHCENIIASSDRANCE CO. , ot Lou-
don , Cash Assets 15,107
WEStCHESTEK. N. T. . Capitsl 1,000
THE MERCHANTS , ot Newark. N. J. , 1,000
OIRARO FIREPbiladelphiaCapital. . 1,000
KORTH ESTEttK KATIOKALCap-
ital. . : 900
FIREMEN'S FUND , California 800
BKITIStfAHKRICAASSURMiCECo 1,200
NEH AUK FIRE INS. CO. , AtTCts. . . . 8oO
AMERICAP CENTRAL , Assets 800
Southeast Cor. ot Fifteenth & Douglas St.
mens-dly OMAHA , N >
ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL EXPENSES
DOUGLAS CO. , FOR THE YEAR 188
Court's , Jurors' and Court ex
penses $ 20 ,
Poor and Poor House and fuel for
same 16 ,
Jail and Jailors , board for prison
ers and fuel 12 ,
Miscellaneous expensesStationery
special City Tax and Gas 16 ,
Railroad Bond Sinking Fund 44 ,
County Bead and Bridges 12 ,
County Office , Office Kent , Elec
tions and Assessors G ,
Total fjjls ]
By Order of County Commbsujgors.
BAKKIHO HOUSES.
THE OLDEST ESTAILISHED
BANKING HOUS1
IN NKrWASKA.
GALOWELUHAiviiLTONdCC
Bualiieas tranwacttxl same a that <
an Incorporated Bant.
Accounts kept In Currency or tfpi
aublect to eight chock without nolle
CerUflcc.toj of deposit Issued pa :
able in three , six and twelve month
bearing Interest , or on demand wit
out interopt.
Advances made to custom ers on a
proved twuritlep at ma-ket rates
[ ptero.it-
Buy and -ae gold , bills of exchang
Grovemmont , State. County and CH
Bonds.
Draw S'.cchi Drufis on KnRland , Ir
lane , Scotland , nnd all parts ofhurop
Sell Europenn Paeeaffe Tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY HADE.
angldtt _ _ _ _ .
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
FIRST IATIOHAL BAM
Cor. Farubam and Thirteenth Sta.
OLDEST BANKIMC ESTABLI8HHE1
K OMAHA.
( aaccsssons TO KOVSTZJS BROS. ,
BITlIUtllSO UI ISM-
ta tlonal Bank Ao nst SO , 18
Capital andProfita Over $300OC
Specially authorized by the Secretary ol Tmff
to receive Subscriptions to the
U. S. 4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOA
( XmCKRS AMD DIRECTORS
IliRMAS Kotnrru , President.
AoatTsm Kciusni , Tie * PrcoldeLt.
n. W. YATU , Cashier.
& . ) . PorruroR , Attorney
Joni A. CKJuantOK.
r. H. DAVB , Arft OotW
This baak rreve depodti without rtjaxd
.
lantn time crrtiflcatos bojirloc nUrest
Draws ilrat un S.\n Fnndcco nd prlnd
cities of the CnlU.il Statco , sleo London , Dnb
tJ'.ubarxh and the princtp&l dtloa ot tb co ;
ncnt of Europe.
Sell * paasaRB tickets ( of emJgrnt In ths
man line. mayldtl
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Geo. P. Bern is'
REAL ESTATE AGENDA
15th cfr Vmujlus Ms. , Omaha , Neb.
This agency does STRICTI/T a broterage bi
new. Does notepccubte , and therefore anyb
galnj on its books nre insured to Its patrons ,
bcmt ; Robbl > d up by th e ? ent
8 and Hill ,
REAL ESTATE BROKER !
No. ZM Farnham Street
OMAHA. - NEBRASKA.
Or ; North SMy. orn Orand Central Ho
Nebraska Land Ageno
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1605 Farnliam St. Omaha , Ntbt.
40O.OOO ACKK3 carvfaUy selected Und
Eastern rfebraaka ( or Bale.
Oreat BatKotna In ImproTod furot , and Omi
city property
O. F. DAVIS , WEBSTEK SKYDEE
Late Land Com'r U. 1' . R. R. * p-fe
BIRDS a 0. UTO S. S03X
Byron Reed & Co. ,
REAL ESTATE AGENO
IN NEBRASKA.
Beep a complete abstract of title to all Beat
ate In Omaha and Dnnrlaa Cnnntv. mavH
THE ORIGINAL
BRIGGS HOUSE
dor. Randolph St. & 6th Are. ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
PRICES REDCCED TO
$2.00 AND $2.50 PER D/
Located In the bustnees centreconvenient
piaces cf amoscment. Elegantly fomlahed , <
talnlnr all modem improvements , passenger
ntor.&o. I n. CUIQUNQS , Proprtetoi
oclOtf OGDEN HOUSE ,
Oor. MARKET ST. d : BROALWj
Council Bluffs , Iowa
On line of Street Railway , Omnibuses to
from all trains. RATES Parlor floor , $3.00
day ; second floor , } 2.60 per day ; third floor
The beat-fnmlahcd and most commodious be
QEO T. PHELP3. Proi
METROPOLITAN
OMAHA , NEB.
IRA WILSON , ' PROPRIETO
The Metropolitan Is centrally located , an
Brrt-clMe In erery respect , having recently b
ontlroly rsnoratod. Th. public will find I
comfortable and homollko bouse. marfil
NEW GROCERY
16th and Guming Sts.
We propose supplying t
people of North Omaha wi
CHOICE GROCERIES at me
erate prices.Give us a call.
paid for Country P
duce. Goods delivered free to a
part of the city. _ apl7-ln
SANTA GLAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of tbe Age.
Wonderful discoveries In the. world hare been m
Among other things where Santa Claus stayc
Children oft ask if he makes ( roods or not ,
If really he lives in a mountain ot snow.
Last year an excursion sailed clear to the Pol
And suddenly dropped in to what seemedllkebl
Where wonder of wonders they found ancwli
rThile fairy-like beings appeared on each ham
There were mountains like ours , with n
beautiful green ,
And far brighter ikies than ever were seen ,
Birds with tha haes of a rainbow were found
While flowers of exquitite fragrance were ( rr
lag around.
Not long were they left to wondtr In donbt ,
A being soon came they bad heard much atx
Twas Santa Clans' self and thlethey all say ,
Be looked like the picture * ( see erery day ,
He drove up a team that looked Terr queer ,
Twas a team f praasboppers instead of relnd
Be rode in a shell Instead ot a sleigh ,
But he took them on boud and drove tl
away.
Ho showed them all over his wonderful realz
And factories making goods for women and D
Furriers were working on hats great and ( miTe
To Bonce's ther said they were sending them
Kri ) Single , the Olovo Maker , told tb m at 01
All our Gloves we are sending to Bonce ,
Santa showed them suspenders and many th !
mere.
Saying I alse took these to liUnd Bunco's sto
Santa CUua then whispered a secret he'd tell
As in On-aha every one knew Bunco well ,
He therefore should send bis goods to his cu
Knowing his friends will get their full share.
Now remember yo dwellers in Omaha town ,
All who want present * to Vnnce's go round ,
For shirts , collars , or gloves great and small
Send your Bister or aunt one and all.
Bonce , Champion Ilatter of the West , Don
fitreet. Omaha
OmahaD.
D. B.
COMMISSION MERCHAI
. : s-fS . ,
Foreign ud
1856. * S 188O.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A COMPLETE STOCK FOR -
SPRINOfSUMMER
STYIiISE AM ) GOOD , NOBBY AND OHKAP.
We have all the Latest Styles of Spring Sailings , an Elegant
* * . Gent's Furnishing
Stookof Kead7-Wade GlotLing in Latest Styles.
ing Goods Stock Complete.
HATS , CAPS , TRUNKS AND VALISES ,
In fact the Stock IB complete in all Departments.
Don't Fail to sec our Custom Department in charge * of (
Mr. Thomas Tallou. -
M. HELLMAN & CO. , .
_ . _
, Jt it - ' acltowledgcd fact that
A WORD TO THOSE WHO USE POROUS PLASTEaB a nulTe-fal'y
BENSON'S CAPCIHE POROUJ PLASTERS ARE SUPERIOR TO All OTHERS.
The great demand for them haa caused a number of unscrupu
lous parties to make and eell worthless imitation ? under similar
sounding names. As the market is flooded with inferior plas
ters selling at any prica it is important for the consumer to
know Which is tha best. It i3 well known that some of the
have been examined and found to contain injurious
cheap plasters
jurious ingredients which make them dangerous to use , causing
paralysis and other diseases.
SEABVRY & .lOIIXSOX Pharmaceutical Chemist , New York.
* < PRICE 25 CTS.
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CAUTIONV-See tlaUhe word CAPCINE on fmoh p'mter ii eoiroctly pslled.
CHEAP ! CHEAPER ! CHEAPEST !
MAX MEYER & BRO.
Propose for the next ninety (90) ( ) days to sell their
entire stock of
Diamonds , Watches :
Jewelry , Clocks ,
Silver-Ware , ,
Pianos & Organ ,
.A1ST3D
GENERAL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
At Manufacturing Prices , Which is f torn 15 to 20 per
cent , helow any Eastern Wholesale House ,
preparatory to moving into their
New Store , Cor. Nth & Farnham
We Mean Business , Come and be Convinced.
AND SINGLE ACTIKn
POWER AND HAND PUMPS
Steam Pomps , Engine Trimmings , Mining Machinery ,
BELTING HOSE , BRASS AND IRON FITTINGS , PIPE , STEAM PACKING.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STBMG , 205 Farnham Street Omaha , Neb'
HENRY HQRNBERGER ,
V. BLATZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER I
In Kegs and Bottles. f
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at Reasonable
Prices. Office , 239 Douglas Street , Omaha.
I. L SLEDZIANOSKU-CO. ,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ML O TJ L 3D 135T Gh S I
AND DEALERS IN
PICTURE FRAMES , CHROMOS AND ENGRAVINGS
922 Douglas St , , Near 10th , Omaha , Neb.
OMAHA FENCE i BOX GO.
We Manufacture to Order
OFFICE RAILINGS AND FINE COUNTERS
OE1 IZSTE . .ATT33W IiIN-TJT-
Iroii and Wood Fences , Brackets and Mouldings ,
Improved Ice Boxes furnished on short notice.
QUST , FRIES & CO. , Prop's. , 1231 Harnej St. . Omaha , Neb. -
LANGE & FOITIGK ,
Dealers ia p.
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House Furnishing Goods , Shelf Hardware ,
Nails and Etc.
1221 Farnham Street , 1st Door East First National Bank.
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WHOLESALE GROGER !
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha. _
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P. LANG'S ,
236 FARNHAM ST.
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SHOEsTiADE TO ORDER
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JNO. G. JACOBS.
( formerly ot OUh & Jacob * )
UNDERTAKER
No. HIT Farnham St. , Old Eiand of Jacob OU
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