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46 Years before t7i ePuWie.
are not recommended as a remedy for
all the ills that flesh is heir. to.V but in
affections of the Liver , and-in aU'Billous
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and'Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
stand \vithout a rival , j
AGUE AND FEVER.
Ko better cathartitffcan bp used , pre
paratory to , or after faking quinine. As
a simple purgative thexareiinequaled.
IEWARE OF/IMITATIONS / ,
The genuine arc never "sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid ,
with the impression. IoLAlfE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of 0. McLxKE and FLEMING BEOS.
fflS" Insist upon having the genuine
Dn. C. McLANE' . LIVER TILLS , pre
FLEMISGfUROS. , Pittsburgh , Pa. ,
the maritet ) being full of imitations of
the naibt-Wciqne.spelled , differently ,
WhatvWcti-known Druggist says about
VAllen's . ' *
\ Allen's Lung Balsam.
SMOTHERS , BEAD !
VV , "OAKJ.HSDSIATIOK , < y. .
GSHTUIUK : .TUo demand lor Allen's Lnn |
Balsam If Increasing constantly. . The ladles
think there Is no medicine equal to It tor Croup
and Whooping Cough. C. B. MAKTIK , Druggist
Sold by all Medicine Men.
Toll-Grate No. 2r
gcolooa. < 7 < t objcctflloCnd. Send stamp for pan k
ge.DR. . E. C. ABB T Buffalo K. Y.
( T HI ) * vret J12 a day at home easily mdo.Cotitly
/ioutPtfroj. > . A.Wn.onTrnrAif > > . rortKnri.Me
WM. SIMERAL ,
" A TTOBKEV AT' EAW Camnhell1 * .Block
, OMAUA , NKB.
f D. L THOMAS ;
A TTOBNKT AT LiViC Loans mooey. buys
J\ , and ( ells real citato. Boom 6 , Creighton
ft ; A. C , TROUP ,
A STOBNEr AT LAW Office In Hanscom'
, /l > . Block , 'with Oeorga B. Prltchett , 1609
FamhimBt. OMAHA. NEB.
DEXFER L. THOMAS , n . *
AT LAW-CruldanankB Build
ITOKKEYMT LAW Office" 16M rarnham
-A. 8WARTZLAMDE : * '
A TTOBNETAT LAW Cot. 13th and Famhaa
jfjL rtreet. A mayZatf
/ - , WILLIAM A. FONDA ,
TTOBNET AND'COUNSELOR. AT LAW
l'f Boom Ho. B , Frcnzcr Block , oppoelte Port
WH. L" . PEABODY , , .
- In Crclchton Bl'ock , next t
LiWCTB-Offlcs , NEBRASKA. '
KOTABT.JfUBLIC. * COLLZOnOHB HADB
E. D. MCLAUGHLIN.
TTOBNEY AT LAW AND JUSTICE OP
iK PEACE Southeast corner Fifteenth
rCollectlonaPromptlr Attended to.1 4
O'BRIEN & BARTLETT.
OTFIOE-Unlon Blockjineenth anc * Famhnm
A. L. ROB1SOH. v
TTORSEY AT LAW. Room 'Creighton
L. Block. OMAUA Neb. tunl-M
KARBACMBl % ° CK. COR. MUGIETH STS
W : J , Conr\eH ,
REDICK & REDICK ,
A 1 1 or ne.yi - a tL a w.
, attention .will be given to all eulta
iwrponrtJona ot every description ; wl )
pnctlca' In al Jthe Courts ot the State and the
United Btatat. Offlco. Farabam St , opposlU
Court : IIoa e. ,
'ADAMS & SIMERAL ; -
TTOHNEYS AT LAW Room 0 Orebbto
nad Dongha BtrouU. noMh
- , C. F. MANDERSOH ,
TTORNXr AT TjAW S Famhim Street
/ ( PARKE GODWIN.
HORNET AT IAW 14th and
A Etrseta , with Q. Vf. Doan * .
. Vf. T. RICUARCS. a. J. HCKT
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
OmcB 215 South Fourteenth Street.
Oily Direct Line to
New York and nanrePler 12.K.R
BETWEEN Morton St. , pier ot company.
Travelers by this line ai old both transit by En
tab. railway and the discomfort ot crossing th
hanue lin a small boat . '
AKADA , FRAHOIUI , Weincsday Jannarfil
AMERIQUE , B. JoTOW , Wednesday February
Ha. tn ;
FRANCE , TamiitLB , Wednesday , February
PRICE OF PASSAGE ( Including wine ) :
TO HAVRE First Cabin , $100 andSSO : Second
Cabm$55 ; Steerage , 128 , In eluding wiiie.beddlng
LOUIS DE BEBIAN.Atrent , fi Broadway.N. T.
FRANK E. MOORES , JTo. ZM-West Side lith
Strwt , JJet. Fambam and Douglas , Next Deere
o U. 8. Einrces Office ( Sign'ot Pala ed
teanuhJn. ) OMAIIA. NED. raZ-to
f"tLER &CO. ,
SOLH MANUFAOTUBERB ,
* OMAHA. NolC
TRADE MARK. The Great
I Remedy ,
1 An unfailing
cure tor Sem
. -torrbea , Im
tbittoaowas aequenceot Self-Abuse ; loci
Memory , Universal Lassitude , Fain in the
Back , Dimness of Vision , Prematnn Old Afe
aad rcany other Diseases that lead to Insanity or
Consumption uid a Premature Orare.
JVFnll particulars In our phampblet , whlpb
yedfdra to send free by "mail to erery one.
OTTke Specific Medicine is sold by an drugKiltt
at tl per package , or six gtckagea for f5 , or wil
be'wnt tree by mall on * receipt of tbe money > >
' " The Gray Medicine Co- .
No. 10 Utchanlcs1 Block , Diraoir , Uta
BOU ) Pi OMAHABY J.K.1SU , AND BY I
_ SHOW GASES
fr * * KIOTUCXUBID BT
j. . 'O. "W" " Z Xj 3D
' * 'im oisa ST. ' , OMAHA/SIB.
OMAHA PUBLISHING PROHIIETOM.
.Parnlfim , tot 9th and IDA Strut * .
TEBHS SUBSCRIPTION .
- ' a year.ln aUrance ( postpaid ) . . .18.00
fimonth ! . " * < TX . . . . . . 4.0C
v * , TIMETABLES.
O.H. W. R.R.A:3Qa.ELlp.'n-
0 B.Q.30 .m.,8l > . n.
O.R.L4P. B.B.t:80a.m. , 1p.m.
C. ' * St. Joe iiO a.m. , 8p.m.
S. City &P120 twin. -
rj.P.R.B.liao : in.
,0 * N. W.R.B.Utwin.ll p. ou
B..Q. , 11a.m. 920p.m.
C. ll * Bt. joe , 11 if m. , Up. m.
B. fc ILlnNeh. , 4p
Local mall * ( or Btatw Iowa INT * nt 0 .
T.rls t 420 a. m.
Office > open bom IX to p. m Bundayf.
"P"THOMAS I. HALL. Pojtas j t _
Dtdly-Erpreas..12:16 p. . 80p. m.
do Ulxed 6:10 p. m. 435 pm ,
do Freight.20 a. m. 1:40 p. m.
do do . . . . 8:16 a. m. _ _ _
OP THE BURUNaTOH BOUTB.
. . .nr. ow.ni.
Express 8UOp.m. Exproes..lO.-COa.m.
MaQ 6:00m. . MaU . .WsOOp-in.
Sundays Excepted. Sundays Eiceptod
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC.
Mall. . . . 6:00 .m. | in > nn" m
" " " "
CHICAGO & NOBTHWE8TKRH.
Hill 6:00 a .m. I T *
Ezpret * - . . . . ,80 p. m. I
_ Sundays exeepted.
KANSAS CITT , Bl
i ? ? ? * " * itrr/ > ojpJ
out of Omaluk t Union Depot
Om&halT ) . . . . 9:00un : Kearn y JncQ' . ,
PlattanontharlOU ( am BloomlngtonflT)6:10 ) am
Kearney J ncarJ7:66 pm Red Cloud ( m..6S5 : am
Ked Cloud ( arrias pm PlattsmontblarH Op m
6 k _ , r- Omaha ( arr.lB5pm )
BKPUBLIOAH YA1UE7 BAILWA1W
no n - tn. i Bloomlngton i rlaup.
uioomingwn i-a ° > I ? * * * ? ( Jr,85n1' ) ° L
Oileansnr)720 ) . m. I IndUnola ( ar ) 1:00 r.m
Orleans ( ar ) 7:00 p. m : ] IndUnola Gv 230 p. m
BIOUX crrr * BT. PAUL B. B.
Mall . .8dOa , m. I Exprt . . . . . .100.m
Kxpres9..8 : p.m. | MaIl 7 : p. m
BRIDGE DIVIBIOH U. P. R. B.
DU1OCT TWJBS. - .
Le TeOmahadally-8 .ra. , B .m. , 10
11 a. m. , 1 p. m. , S p. a8. . j > . m. , B p. m. , 8
. . OotracU BluBs 835
a. m. . an ;
: , and Z35 nd 655p.m.- ,
riBsmaaix ULUsi , t c
Leave Omaha : 0 a.m.,7 . . m.,8 . ro ,
p. m. , 4:60 p. m.j 7:25 p. m. "
Leare Conndl BlnJb7fl6 . * " n-
a.m. , BS5 p. m. . 70 P. Ja-t 7WP. m.
p. m. Dally except Bundajr.
OMAHA * REPUBLICAN 7ALLET B. B.
LIUT . AUUTX.
. . .
Dallv except Sunday.
' ' * Omalia. Wholesale Uarketa.
OMAHA , June 45 , I860.
BUTTER AND rm -
Choice table. . .
Packers lots ' .
Fresh eggs , per doz
uhlckens , Jjer doz..V. . * 221
Ducks * 0 < e'
- BUGABH , . < > '
CntLoaf r i"i
UFannlated ir : : t . .4i
Off'A..v. . ,
Extra choice and very bright. . .
Bright Table Drips . - 45 ,
New Orleans MoUasaes 60.
Kio , prime to choice.-.i 17i
Kio good to prime. .
Eio fair to good. . .
Mocha - . 274
0. G.Java. . . < , 27 $
Choice ' . ' : > ' -t ± j
NewPrunes ' . . . . . . . .i.T. 8j
OldPrunes > v 6 ;
ChuTftntschoice new ' " 7. .
BlackBemes 12. .
Raspberries 33 < _
Pitted cherries' 20
Michigan grid Apples
State Peaches c
Salt Lake Peaches 15
California Peaches 15
"S"0ystern , 2 ft cans , tf ca e' . . , - S 70
do j do llbcanpercase. . 2 40
'Ligh'tWeiglit Oysters 21b case 290
SaJinon ; 1 fl > , .dbzen.-- . . ? , 1T5
do2Ib , dozen..r..I' ' . * " 2 65
Standard Tomatoes,2 Ib , tf case ' 2 SO
" " 31btfcase 300
Standard Peaches , S Ib , 4 ? cose. , , 4 40
21b , . J.c s8. 340
Raspberries , 2 Ib , case. 300
Blackberries , S Ib , i ? cose 2 80
Corn , 2 ft. * ? case 380
Apples , Gal , 0 doz 375
Narrow Fat Pea ,2 tt , $ casa. 4 CO
String Beans. 2 Ib. per case. . . . 2 40
Nutmegs. : . . 10
Allspice . . . . . - . . . . . ' ; . . . 17
Cossia. . r. * 25
Rope..Ji. . ? . . . . . . . . 'V > . . . j r 9J
Candles'16ez. , . ; . * . % . : . . . . - t ; 13 ,
GreenwichLyepercaBe | . T ,
Beans.per bushel. J . ' . Ii 80
Cheesa f nil cream'\ :
Window Glass , 60 per cent , dis
count oS list. .
Common bar. . * . . . , . . .
Horse-shoe bar.- . . ; _
Norway nail rod , . . " . ' . . . . . ' . ; . . . . - ' 9T
Cast plow - . . . - . . . . . t 9
Am. cast , tool 18
Jes'p'e , Eng. do 25
MAILS. . t
Tens , upwards. 550
' ' ' '
B'rd'd'a shoe'g 550
3mahanAila tens , upwards. . . "S 50
Putnam nails 2350
BBOWK COTTONS. - , . . .
Atlantic ! 'H"7 | ,
'do ' ' ' . . . - . . . . .j.J.- . R
e * ' " ' " ' ' "
$ "R"I.'M. ! ! ! . ! ! Vf
do "E" 8J
Indian Head , , 8
Lawreaca XXX.Xi. . 10
Nebnwka , Standard "AA" .
DENIMS. _ _
Amoekeag . - . . . ; 16"
Beaver Creek , "AA" 14 }
do "BB" 13J
HAymaken < . i. . . .94
Pafiner . . .Ciief * " _ 8 *
Otis "AXA" . . . ; ia * . ' 15 '
do "BB" . 14
do "CO"i. . ' 13
Warren "AXA" rK'15
" " ! ' *
do "BB" . : 14
do "CO" : 13
BLEACHED CpTTONHLJ ? j * .
Tjoradalo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * 9i
do Cambric 121
Cabot . . - . . s\ \
Fruit of the Loom . , 10
> ewYork tnt . . . . ; .v , 124
Hffls'Mnslin / . . . . ' . . U
Pepperell . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18J27i
Amoekeag . ; . . . . . 18
Falls O. B.O 20
do "AA" . ' . . 1
do "AAA" - a& ,
.A. . . . ; . . - 16J'
Albion. . .
Merrimaci A ft. . . * . 4- . - r s - 7-1-3
Ricbmond8E. . * . . . . , . . . . ' . . . . . 1 71-2
Spragne's. . . . " 61-2
Simpson's , mourning. . . . . . . . . . . , J. 71-2
Simpson's black 71-2
- ' . .T-STB1P 8.
American.- 4011 ,
Amoskeag. ' 12
Awning stripes 13J
Framing. 18 ft. and under. . . . JJ9 00
Each add. ft over 18 , per M . . 60
Fencing , No. 1,12 to 20 ft. . . . 22 00
No.2,12 to20 ft. . . . 2000
Sheeting , dressed , No. 1 -2000
t No.2 -19 00
Common boards , dressed 22 00
B " 35 00
C " ' 3000
No. 1 flooring..i 4000
No..2 " : 3500
No.3 " 2500
Yellow pine flooring , IS o. 1. . . . 45 00
No. iBiding 2500
No.2 " - 2250
No.3 " 20 CO
No. 1 pickets , per M 32 50
No.2 " " 2500
No. 1 finish , 1 } , 1 * " , and 2 in. . . 55 00
No.l " lin. 50 00
No. 2 " 1 J , 11 , and 2 in. . 45 00 k
No.2 " lin 4000
No.3 " in MOO
O.G- - " ' No.l " 30 00 ,
T " No.2 . . . . ' 25 00 l
' ' " No.3
CEILING , r
3 beaded , G in. , No. 1 25 00 P
' " " No.2 2300 s
1 " ' 4 and Gin. , No.1. . . 40 00 o
" , " " No.2. . . 35 00 j
Corrugated ceiling , No. 1 DO 00 s
A star ( best ) shingles 3 75 p
No , 2 " 300 d
No.3 " 250
Tith : . . 4 00 *
Lime , bbl . ' 1 35 n
r . " bulk , per bu 40 c
Cement , bbl . 2 DO f
Iowa plasterj bbl 2DO a
Michigan plaster , bbl 2 75 jj
Hair , per bit 25
Tarred felt , 100 Ibs 3 00 e
Straw board , " 4 00
O G batlons , per 100ft. lin. . . 1 25 t
Well curbing V. 30 00 g
Rotigh'i.-afid 2 in. , " in batts ,
per 100 ft. Imi. . . ' 50 j
Cedar halves , 7 in 18 .
i" " Gin . . . . . . . ' 16
" QuarterSin 16 °
r IV'4x6 . , . . . . . . ; -.40 8i
0 " G casiog.'Si and G in. , per 'fc
100ft. lin 300 c
Oak plank-and timber , per M. 4000
CJearpoplar 5000 Bl
Black Walnut. . . ' . - . . 100 00 fl
't ' , HIDES. . P.
Green hides , ier ; Ib 6i .
Green cured hides 7 * ll
Dryhides 15al7 n
Dry salted hides 10al2 tl
SheepPelts.- : 25al 60 D
Tallow ' 4i is
LIQUORS WINES ETC.
, , , n
High wines , pergal 1 08 ji
Alcohol , 180 per cent , per gal. 2 10 1
Freni h spirits , proof 1 18 f
MarshallV bourbon whisky. . . . 1 23 x
Miller's bourbon whisky 1 25 c
tBrandy , very fine , per gal. . . . 2 00a8 00 si
" * common to fine 1 50 c
Gin , 100 per cent 1 50 3
1 ' ' Holland , 00 per cent 1 25
Rums , mixd Jamaica , per gal. 1 50a3 00 r
" IsTew England 2 00 *
"Kennedy Bitters per gal 1 50 tl
" " per case 7 50 TJ
" " j er100 _ casca 7 00H
UJliampagncs , pints iu baskets. 25 00 t
Domestic champaigne. . . 22 00
.Tort wine , per case. 1 C0a3 00
-Sberriesi 1 50o3 00 o
tAles , Edinbnrg 2 75 el
-Ui" . 'n oaJ5n < \ ' . 2 * > s <
vUmnness JDublm stout 2 2o
-Best slaughter sole 32 M
'Best oak. . ' . 41
French kips. . . . < , 1 lOal 40 ,
, -French calf , leading brands. . . 1 50a2 10 is
Domestic kins 75al 10 n
JDomestic calfs 1 lOal 30 af
'Bemlock'upper , per foot 25a2G p
.Oak upper , per foot 25a'J6 Jr.
Grain , upper per foot. _ . 25
Linings , per doz . " . % . . . . ' 8 00a9 50 1
TToppings , per doz 1100 Hi
IjMprrocce ( bootleg ) , per foot. . . 35a 8 Ij
4 " oil dressed 35 0
* " Simon per skin 3 00a3 25 * T
J " glove kid 30 "
Boot "webbing , per foot -15 8
HARNEbS LEATHER. P1
'No. 1 Pittsburg oak 44 ? i
No. 1 Pittsburg , oakj.- . 42 "
No.lCincuinatioak 41 PI
No. 2 Cincinnati oak 39 H
No. 1 hemlock . . . . A 39
No. 2Hemlock 37 ia
Anthracite. . . . . . 1050 st
Blossbutg . 1200 IE
Wyoming . - 850
Oskaloosa . . . . - 550
Iowa nut 5 00
White Breast 5 50 j ,
GUILTJ OF WRONG.
Pome people have a fashion of confusing ex- *
cellcnt remedies with tho.large mass of "patent CC
medicines , " and in this they are guilty of a Ui
wrongr. There are torn ) advcrtifei remedies IT
fully worth all that is asked for them , and one ' "
at , | eut wo KQOV of Hop Bitters. The writer W
has had occasion to use the Bitters in Just such .
si climate as we Ti ve most of the year In Bay ° ;
City , and has always found them to be first-class
and reliable , doing all that is claimed fur them , rrt
BucKien's Arnica Salvo hi
Th6 BEST SALVE In the world for H
Onts , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt ra
nJFever Sores , Totter , Chapp
ed Hands ; Chilblains , Corns , and all of
kinds of Skin Eruptions , This Salve
I * guaranteed to give perfect satiafacf f
tied In every case or money re Eroded. '
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
8dly. jJ. Kr ISH.'Omaha.7l
* ' ' S MMMIM. "
'VV , iPTJZZIiE. v' , y
Weary mortals racked with pain , '
Ever seeking but in vain ,
Sweet relief from mortal ills :
Try-1 pray , Wtstt Liter Pitti !
& as sure as morning's light _
. Cometh after shades of night , ' L
O'er thy life , health's sun dlnne
Shall arise , In joy to shine ; , n
, ' Light and Jaealth , and'Joy and mirth , '
In sun-beams sparkle round thy hearth ;
' Vital energy ehall start- . " ro
E'en' to muscle , brain and heart ; i. .
Rid the Liver n"
of its load , r
Purify the life , the blood , wl
Intercept disease and death , an
Leaving fragrance on thy breath ,
tighten life of half its Ills ,
Safe and potent Liver Fills. ha
Sold at wholesale by 0. F. Goadma
ndKennardand , Forsvth. Omaha. rSUfcw . ,
TARKiirr'a Ernxvxs'CKrr SBLTZBR AFERIKST.
3be Healthful Seltzer Wattr for a Hundred
years ot more ,
Uai"been held of an Birth's fountains , the most wa
potent to restorer th
3nt why across the deem this boon of Nature
When the sick man in his chamber can extem twRa
porize the Spring ? Ra Give
The Bottled Seltzer Water so cur leading chem- Gii i
Ptrts 'with bait its healing virtues , and turns ve
vapid on the way ;
While TAaaurr's RISK APEEIESI from a Powder an
"changed to foam ,
' an instantaneous Seltzer Spring In every But ]
BT ALL DRUG GISTS. II
NERVOUS DEBILITY da
Sumphreys' from overwork or ch
remedy ! : '
alMfr' v'i .
re i | > t ef.jr'c . - '
> . - MS . - C Ofi jr tos . . &y i'MK' , ' j
THE PILLS , liaSTABD AND OINQKIlBREiD
" ' '
Dijon is celebrated for threejnana-
factures Its pills , its mustard , ' and its
gingerbread ; and the history of 'each is
cunons in the extreme. We if ill take
the pills' first. Without doubt- the
people who take the most pills will be
the first to make them wHolesome * and
the consumption of machine pills
throughput the length and breadth of
France is enormous It was , a happy ,
thought of a successful French pUl-
maker , who with the bait Intentions - '
tions in the world , could hardly
satisfy i bis customers to have recourse
to i machinery. It must have flashed
upon , him like lightning that the
clumsiest ! machine might turn off three
times as many pills in a day as the
. moat dexterous fingers , and now the
process ] Is so exact that some hundreds
of ( thousands of pills are fabricated
daily on the premises of the original
Inventor. 1 This gentleman , Thevenot-
J chemist of Dijon , gained a large for
tune by his manufactory , and it is
satisfactory to learn that his descend
ants are doing as prosperous a trade
as himself. The hardness of the times
in i no degree affects the sale of pills.
PeopLxwill have their pet luxury at
any cMi , and so while they are ready
to give up their hones and carriages
and toilettes ,
THEY RETAIN THEIR PI1L.
' 1 had the opportunity of conversing
with several manufacturers in different
branches of trade whilrt at Dijon , and
all complained of slackness in trade- 1
Only the fortunate fabricator of pills
showed a cheerful countenance. . Tarj
chloroform , camphor , cuter-oil oil of
eucalyptusare amongst the.favorite ,
ingredient ! ] . The process "of pillj
making by machinery is extremely
rapid and neat. Thin layers , com
posed of gum , sugar and gchtlne , are
spread out in small pieces.the desired
oil is then spread on the under layer ,
just , as we put jaw in a layer of paste ;
second put on , the whole adhering
like thin covered pastry. This is now
placed between two iron plates in-
pill , two turns are given to it in what
may be called a baking oven , and outcome
como tbe pills , each separating itself
from i its envelope , smooth , compact ;
and hard as shot. In fact , they are
like mince pies in miniature. Any
essence indissoluble in water can be
manufactured into piUVuid of course ,
the ! economy upon hard labor is very
THE CELEBRATED DIJON MUSTARD
is , even more worthy of a note as n
manufacture. Its peculiar quality Is
certain piquancy not found inany -
other mustard , of.which there are de
servedly ' celebrated manufacturers in.
several other places. The Dijomnus-
tard is always -sown on cleared char
coal beds fin the neighboring forests ,
spaces , difficult to utilize in any other ;
way , as the young plants of green a1
peas . , potatoes , French beans and the
like . would inevitably be devoured by
the rabbits , wild boars and other i ani
mals" , who will on no account touch
the mustard plant. The soifglves one
peculiar flavor to the mustard ; another
differently to be accounted for. The-
mustp.rd when In powder is mixed with1
juice of a new wine , lending the
pleasant acidity with which we are
familiar. But in order to obtain pre
cisely tho"dogree' of acidity it is neces-
saro that the grape be always in pre
cisely : the , same state of unripeness , a
degree making more , or loss all the
difference. Amateurs of this celebra
ted < condiment , of which the consump
tion is enormous In .France and' else
where , will like to have these few par
ticulars concerning it. We next como
to the no less famous. '
DIJON GINGERBREAD ,
or' pain7d'epice' ofwhich mosfc'travel-
ars carry a sample home for 'their lit-
i The nonnctta , aa these
cakes are generally called , .figure con
stantly on French dinner tables with'
the dessert'but few people , perhaps , ,
suspect their origin. The pain d'epice
made of honey , rye flour and spice ,
ao treacle entering mto its composition [
in our gingerbread. But honey '
possesses . , as wo all know , besides its ; Is
igrepablo sweetness , a medicinal
quality , .rendering the paind'cpicc as
useful as it is ornamental on the family
table. Its inventors were , oddly
anougb ] , neither bakers nor cooks , but
the former grand seigneurs of Bur
gundy. Tbe seigneurs set the exam
ple of curing disorders of frequent oc-
urrenco by means of palatable cakes ,
the bourgeoisie , and In their turn' , the
peasants , followed their oxample7
Huge bakeries of the pain 3'epi e were
set up at Dijon. . Tbe bakers made"
argo fortunes , and to this day ft is as
lourishing ( a trade as any in .Dijon ,
leven large manufactories now exlst- J ,
ng there. ' '
The Man.in tbe Gallery : -
free Laoct , Jane 13. " " " * " "
It will be remembered that , In his [
ipeech nominating Sherman.at' the ;
ionventlon , Gen. Garfield , after de- '
ivering an appropriate eulogy upon
hat candidate , said-"Who do-you
rant ! ? " Whereupon a .voice In the
allery shouted "Garfieid. "
That unknown man called upon the
general Tuesday afternoon , just as the
uture president WBS washing his
tands to prepare for a general shake ,
le was a one-armed soldier , and
ather seedy in his make-up.
Said he , "Gen. Garfield , I come to
iffer my congratulations , " pi
"Thanks , thanki , " said the gon-1 itiC
iral ; "let me see , weren't you in the' itiF.
forty-second ' Ohio ? " - , , F.tli
"No , general , that's not it. . Didn't tliat
rou hear that1 'voice in the gallery at
rhen yon laid , 'Who do you want ] ' ater !
'm the fellow that iaid.it. I was.for to
ou first , last , and all the'thne. " - towl
"You are a prophetic louV'satd the ea
leneral , "and ifI come to the White eadt
louse depend upon it I shan't.forget be
ou. " th
And the' one-armed man left his mien
tame on a card and went away happy. on
In a few minutes Garfield , wu iur-
ounded by his friends , and his right
land was going like s pump-handle ,
rhen a burly Teuton pressed forward
nd accosted him : - _ *
"Guten abend , general , I dinks' L
laveionu claujis onjou anyhow.- ; * '
"I am at your ertice , * my g od" ;
rlend/'raid the general ; ' 'letine'hear' '
romyou.A " *
"Did you near"dot man'ahoud out
d gallery , 'Garfield when yon.
"Ah , yes , I remember it well , jbo
on. mean to tell me "
"Yah , general ,
ical zame ! "
"My. friend , I shell norer forget you
long as I live , .Let me hear from
ou any time. "
And the man went away happy.
Passing through the rotnnoVoa hfs :
ray to the carriage , the general felt a.
nundering on his back midway be-
treen his shoulders and hips , accom-
anleii ; whh , jfamlliar , "Hilloy old ]
rftr - * * * * - * *
Turning around.he saw' before him a
ery little man , with a very tall hat ,
nd a very thick sjick In his fist. . '
"Don't remember eh ? ' Ap
" w * w yea * VAAAWJAAUB * me , CUI I'm
died the bow ad
interviewer of Chicago ,
interviewed old Conk , and yoo too , sndu
"Ah , yes. Well , good-day , good- wh for >
ay. ' vet
"Hold on , old fellow , " said the little whE
bap ; "I want to have a word with E
ou on'By own hook. Didn't you
ear that fellow up In _ the gallery
rhen yotunada Tooc SHenqtn.ipeech bio 1
"I did : I didt-iito yea mean to Dto
" ' ' - > : ! ! ' to
vwas bound o go that
way. TJpw , I consider. I am tljo.man
who eavSt the republican1 party : "
"ftly dear , good little , fellow , " said
Garfield "you deservetho , , thanks of
thf'natio'n. I shall give you a ncV
I club , . ome.down and see me In Ohio
f and I'll' tell you all about the next
I cabinet. Perhaps ybu'Jl bo in it. "
And the little man wont away
' 'Just as the general was boarding the
train , a bottle-noaed politician from
the Seventh ward plucked him by the
coat-tail and shrieked "
- , "Caneral , gen
eral , ono word only one word. "
' -'What Is itmy man ? "
"Do you roirieinber when you made
your 'speech In the convention nomi
nating Sherman that a man up in the
gallery shouted 'QarfieldJ' "
The general Is not a profane man.
He was once a minister of the Gos
pel , but ho" was also at one time of
his life a cacal-toatman. Early habits
of thought and expression are never
completely eradicated , and the ( future
occupant of the White House startled
some of his friends in the car as ho
threw himself into a seat and exclaimed -
"D that man In the gallery. "
A Model Disciplinarian.
Considerable hilarity has recently
bean excited in Austro-Hungarian
military circles by an incident quaint
ly illustrating the rigid strictness with
which Magyar non-commissioned of
ficers are wont to carry oui , to the
very letter , the instructions contained
? , the [ imperial royal military cede.
A few. Jays ago a private soldier died
in the barrack infirmary at Kaschau ,
and his body , in due course , was
consigned to the grave with the cus
tomary military honors. It was ob
served , however , by a superior officer
present at the ceremony of interment
that the firing party following
the coffin marched into the
cemetery with fixed bayonets , contrary
to thot established military usage in
similar CAECS. As soon as the burial
rites had bean concluded , he sent for
the sergeant commanding the party
and asked him with some asperity ,
"Whether he did not know that it was
contrary to regulations for a a funeral
escort to march with fixed bayonets ? "
Standing stiffly at the salute , the con
scientious sergeant replied : "Yes ,
sir ; I am quite aware of that. But I
beg respectfully to report .that the de
ceased , during his illneeft , and at the
time of His , death , .was under arrest.
It was , therefore , the duty of. his escort -
cortto fix bayonets. " "Very well ,
you may go , " was the rejoinder ; and
the model discriplinarian retired with
the , proud consciousness that ho had
triumphantly proved his case.
Nothing Left to Holler On.
Detroit Free Press.
An hour or , BO after the latest and
last from Chicago yesterday af tomoon ,
policeman halted at the door of a
saloon 'on Randolph ctrect and asked
the proprietor how ho liked the nom
! "I doan" care for bolitics any more , "
was the reply.
"Why , .what's the matter ? You
were greatly excited yesterday. " i
'flf I vhas den I vhas a fool. Vhen
dot first ballot was taken I set up der
beer for der Grant crowd , for I likes
to athand well mil der boys. " \
" " -
MDen a big crowd rushes In here
und.yells out dot Jim Plaine vhas do
cpmhigman , und I hand out dor ci
gars , for meln boy vhants a blaco in
ler gustom house oof Jim Plaine vhas
"Vhell , pooty soon comes mein
bruddor in und says I vhas a fool , for
3ofr fellow Sherman vould git all der
rotes pooty qnoeck. I ( inks off Sher-
than gits it mein boy hat n blace in dor
jjualofllcc , sure- und ' I galls in der
boys und dells 'em to t'rink to my gan-
"Just so. "
' 'I ' feels goot vhen I goes to bebt ,
but early in der morning some Alder-
jians come aroundt here und says :
'Shake , don't pc a fool. Edmnndts
der man who vill knock 'em all to
liieces. " Und ' I opens a freih keg of
lager nnd'dells of cry ody I vhas an
Edmundta man , und I bet $10 bhe
rhas voted in. Dis forenoon mein boy
rhas for Grant , mein drudder vhaa for
Sherman , und I yhas for Plaine , und
rhere bo' dose five kegs of lager dot I
nadt dis morning ? Vhen I goes home
tnein vhrow ahe'saidt I vhas zwci fool" ,
and I locks up 'dor saloon und goes to
"W6ll , 'havo you hoard who was
nominated ? "
' "Nein. " < I
"It was Garfield. "
, "Garfeel ? By Sheorge ! I dreats
iway seven kegs of larger und two
boxes of cigars , uud it vhas Garfeel !
Wheel , dbt endti me oop. If I ever
bsf lomo more to do with boliticks den
am aah grazy as bcdt-bugs. Gar-
feel ! -Yhell vheU. Vhot a fool I
rhu'dot I save not mein peer und
make a sure blace for mein poy mlt
GBEATEST KEMEDY KNOWN.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- '
lumption ; s certainly the greatest
ncdicalremedy everplaced within the
reach of suffering humanity. Thou-
lands of once hopeless tufforers , now
oudly proclaim their praise for this'
ronderful Discovery to which they
we their lives. Not only does it posi-
itely cure Consumption , but Coughs ,
3olds , Asthma , Bror chits , Hay-
rover . , Hoarsness and all affections of
he Throat Chest and Lungs yields
once to its wonderful curative pow-
as if by magic. We do not ask you
buy a large bottle unless you know
rhat you are getting. Wo therefore
amestly request you to .call on your
Iruggist , J. K7IsH , and get a trial
lOttlo free of cost which will convince
he most skeptical of its wonderful
aeritaand , show ypu what a regular
no dollar size bottle will do.
ppetitc/refresbing sleep , the acquisition of flesh
color , are blecsings attendant upon the re- ;
irative processes which this priceless invigorant
xedlly initiates and carries to a successful con *
luxion. Digestion is restated and sustenance if-
rded to each lira-eustainmg orjm by the Bitten ,
hlch is inoffensive even to tbe feminine palate ,
egetable In composition , and thoroughly safe.
For sale by all Druggists ana Dealers generally.
KTER- OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming. \ /
Firft-cl < 6S , Fine large Sample Booms , one
lock from depot. Trains stop from 20 minutes
2 hour * for dinner. Free Bos to and from
pot.Bates 82.00 , 92.60 andtS-OO , according t
rees ; itegle meal 75 cents.
- A. I ) . BALCOM , Proprietor.
AMONG THE LADIES
Tlie brilliant , fasciiiatins
tints of Complexion for which
todies strive are chiefly arti
ficial , and all who will take the
trouble may secure them.
These roseate , bewitching hues
follow the use of Hagan's Mag
nolia Balm a delicate , harm
less and always reliable article.
Sold by all druggists.
The Magnolia Balm conceals
every blemish , removes Sal-
lowness , Tan , Redness , Erup
tions , all evidences of , excite
ment and every imperfection.
Its effects are immediate and
so natural thatno human being
can detect its application. '
ml E-fiy& B BaCmaDa iaCJ B
AND SPECIFIC FOR
Brijht'gDisca ! e , Elobetes , Norrous Debility ,
Tain in tbe Hack , Loin or Side , Droiuy ,
Gravel , Incontinence aucl Retention
ot Urine.and Female Complainti
Send for our treatise on the Kidnevs , ontltle
"Echoes You Should Heed , " a little pam
containing a great dojl of Information freo.
Excelsior Kidney Pud Co , ,
tSTSold by D. W. SAXE tt CO. , Omaha
Mast , Fees & Co , , Springfield , 0.
The Strongest and Most Durable
In the World.
HunclrcJl In DELin Iowa , and Nebraska Bold
by Dealers in nearly cvrry county.
CHICAGO SHOT TOWER 00.
BE SURE TO BUY IT.
THE BEST Iti MARKET.
E , TV , BLATCIIFORD & CO.
Uanuhcturcr * of Lead ripe.Plicetsnd Bar Lead ,
Block Tin , Pipe naSalder , Linseed Oil
70 NORTH CLINTON ST. , CHICAGO.
sep2ecdif ! )
* ww * m IMI .JLf m ffjT
( A Dlpdlbinc , not n Drinlc , )
- . COXTAISS
HOI'S , IJUCI1U , aiAMlRAKE ,
AXD TnEFCKE5Ti.T ) BEST MEDICll. ( JCJitTDS Ol
ALL oinzn Bmixs.
AJ1 Diseases of the Stoniocb , BoireL" , Elood , LlTCr ,
Kidneys , and Urinary Organs , Nervousnesst Sleep
lessness are ! csp "llr Female Complaints.
S1000 IN GOLD.
ivill be falA fcr n case th Tr H not cr'.B or help , or
Tor anything Impure or In jurlousfoUL 'in ' them.
Ask your drugjtet for Hep Bitters nul try them
before yon sleep. Take no other.
HOP C < mon CraEfethe swccicst , tafest and test
Tlio HOP Ta > forSi ! aAUTer ! and Kidney Ijujw
D. L G la aa ateolu te and IrrcsUtiUe cure for ilmnlc
cnness , use of opram , tobacco and narcotics :
_ JEB3i Send .for circular. tSSSESO
lAlOTt Uby'dni ? l.irT > Diltfri5Ife.Cj.n b VrN.Y.
ORTHI WEIGHT IN
'URES COLIC IN 3MA OR BEAST.
COLIC Iff BLAST OR BEAST.
3URES AgTIDLV ,
UKE3 CATARRH. CURES CATARRH.
UHES" LAMENESS , CVRZS LAMENESS.
IUBE3 MEPRALGIA , CUBES NEURALGIA.
ITRE3 PILE3. CUBES PILE
SOLD IN OMAHA BY ALL DRUGQIST3.
; C2TGo toYour Drucglst for Miss Frecrain'a
rew National Dyes. For brightness and dura-
ility of color they arc unequalled. Color 2 to
tts. , price 15 cents.
Jones , Sit. 3th and 10th. Sts.
Firai quality dlstflJed Wine and Cider Tinejir
ny strength below eastern prices , and irir-
intedjujt.ss ! good at wholesale ' nd retiil.
end for price list , EENST KSEBS ,
- " - ' t. . * * " * * !
Chicago & Northwestern
2,380 MILES OF ROAD I
It Id the SnORT , SURE and Safe Ronto Betwe jn
and all points EAST and NORTH.
IT OKFEI18 TUB TRAVELING PUBUO
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN ANY
OTHER ROAD IN
Ills the ONLY ROAD between
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which If ran
PULLMAN HOTEL CAES !
la addition to theaoand to pleasa all classes of
travalera. It gives FIRST-CLASS MEALS at Its
EATING STATIONS at 50 cents each.
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS I
US COAUHES ARfc THE FINE8TI
ITS EQUIPMEMT FIRST CLASS
If you wish the Best Traveling Accommoda
tion * ] ou felll buy your ticket by this Boute
fS-A.SD W1LLTAKH NONE OTHER.
All Ticket Aprents can sell you Through Tickets
via this road and Check uiuil Bag
gage frca of Charge.
OSIAHA TICKET OFFICES 1CJ4 Fanilani 8U ,
Cor. lltb , and at Union Pacllic Depot.
DENVKU OFFICE In Colorrdo Central and
Union I'.dflc Ticket Office.
SAN FHANC1SCO OFFICE-2 How Montgom-
For information , folders' map * , etc. , not ob
tainable at Home Ticket Office , address any
ajcnt of tbo Company , or
MARVIN HUCHITT , H. STENKITT ,
Gen'l Manager , Genl Pass. Agent ,
CHICAGO , ILL-
JAMES T. CLARK ,
Oen'l Agt Omaha & Council Bluffs.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
St , Paul & Sioux City
The Old Reliable Sioux Oily Route !
1 < ? 0 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE !
Prom COUNCIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
And all points in Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. Thij Una is equipped with the Im
proved Wcstinchouse Automatic Air Brake ? and
Miller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
13 unsurpassed. Elegant Drawing Room nd
Slccpiiijr Caw.owncd and controlled by the company -
pany , run Through Without Change , between
Union Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs ,
and St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Pacific
Transfer Depot at Council Bluffj , at 5:15 : p m. ,
rc-ichinc Sioux City at 10:20 : p. m. , and St. Paul
at 11:05 : a. m , making
.Z35-TEN HOURS IN ADVANCE OF
ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Returning , learo St. Paul at 3:30 : p. m. , ar-
riviic at Sioux City at 4:15 a. m. . and Union
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs , at 9:50 :
a.m. Bo sure that your tickets read via "S. C.
& I' . R. R. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent. Missouri Valley , Iowa.
P. E. ROBINSON , Ass't Gen'l Pa . Agent.
J. II. O'BRYAN ,
Southwestern Freight and Pasjenjrer Agent.
my20-tl Council Bluff *
. G.ST.JOE&C.B.B.R. ,
Is the only Direct Line to
ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST
From OMAHA and the WEST.
No change of cars between Omaha and Bt. Louis
and but ono between Omaha and New York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Eastern & Western Cities
Witli less charges and In advance of other line * .
This entire line Is equipped with Pullman' *
Palace Sleeping Cars , Palace Day Coach-
dMiller > 8 Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
/BTSEE / THAT YOUR TICKET READS'
tSTVia Kansas City , SL Joseph andTQ
Tickets forealoat all coupon stations In tha
J. F. BARNARD , A. C. DAWE3 ,
Gen'l Supt. , Gen'l Para. & Ticket Aj't
St. Joseph , Mo 6L Joseph , Mo ,
W. C. SEACHBIST , Ticket Agen. ,
214 Fifteenth Street , between Faroham and
Ionla9 ) , Union Block , Omaha.
JOS. TEHON , A. B. BARNARD ,
PASS. Agent , Omalui. Gen'rl Agent , Omaha.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
BURLINGTON & ( JUINCY
With Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant Pa -
scnger Ccaches , and
PULLMAN SLEEPING DINING CARS
It u acknowledged by the Press , and all wh
travi-1 uvir it , 10 bo the B st Appointed and
Best Managed Koad in tbe Country.
PASSBNGBRS GOINQ BAST
Should bear in mind that this is tbe
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points Eaat , North and Northwest.
Passengers by this Route hive choice of
FOUE DIPFEEENT KOUTES ,
And the Advantage of Six Daily Lines of Palace
Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
New York OityWithout Change ,
AH Express Trains on this lineara equipped with
tbe Westln jhouse Patent Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and
Couplers , the moat Perfect Pro
tection Against Acci
dents in the world.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING AND DINIHG CAM
Are run on the Burlington Route.
Information concerning Routes , Rates , llm
Connections , etc , will be cheerfully given by
applying at tbe "trice of the Burlington Route ,
013 Kourtcentn Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
C.E. PERKINS. D. W. HITCHCOCK.
Oen'l Manager. Gen. West'n Paes. Aj't.
J. O. PBILLlfPI. St. Joe. , Mo.
General Agent , Omaha.
H. P. DUEL ,
fep5lly licket Agent , Omaha.
< OC in ( Dlfl per day at home. Samples wotth
\VJ \ IDvLJ \ S3 free. Address Stlnson ft Co. ,
Portland , Maine.
That Acts at the Same Time on i
THE LIVER ,
THE BOWELS , ,
and the KIDNEYS.
Triosorrreat organs are the natural cleansI I
TERRIBLE SUFFERING ,
Uilicn. ncs5 , Headache , Djipfiuls , Jana * |
dire , Constipation and Piles , * or KM '
n cy Complaint * , Grarel , Ditbetw/ '
Sediment in therrineiJHliy/ '
or Bopr Urine for Bhen-
arc dcTdopcd because the blood Is poisoned
with the ht-mors that should .have.beta
cipcllwl naturally. . , a - .
irill restore the healthy action andallthew
destroying evils will be banished ; neglect
them nnd you will live but to suffer.
will add one more to the number. Take It
andbealthwlllonce more gladden yourhesrt.
V/hy suffer longer fromthe torment
of an aching back ?
Why boar euch dlstreas from Con-
otlpatlon and Plies ?
V.'liy be so fearful because of dis
ordered urine ? O i-
KiDnrr-TVonT wfll cure you. " Try a pack
igc at once and betatUfied. * *
It it a dry vegetable compound and
One Pcekasemakea > Iso.uarU ofJIedlcIne.
. . Drugatet Jiat tt , or tcta get U for
n. Inxist upon bating it. Prlcetim. '
TILLS , HuZASSRT 6 CO. , Kcpiitci ,
BvIlartM , Tt.
SURE CU EFor CoH : IisColds . Consumption , Broncliid's ,
And ALL DISEASES of the Throat and Lungs.
Put Up in Quart Size Bottles for Family Use.
H AIITinN 2ONT BE DECEIVED by unprindpl * ! d lers who try topoin off open TOO
JvirJ "r , " ' o k " ' > Ryeinplacoof onrTOt.U KCCKan-1 RVB , wblchlsthonlyMED -
ICATKD article made , the GENUINE Cavini : a COVEKSMETiT STAJ11on each brtUe.
Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue :
TREASURY DEPAKTli RNT. OFFICE OK INTEHNAI. RtVEXUE. )
W * uit lt > 5 , O. C , J.nuary 28,1SSO. f
Kuirs. LAWRtXCE k MAKTIN , 1111 JliJ-son St. , Chicago , H' . .
GB.MUMS.N : I have rcccUcila ccitifinl foimula * cltin : the in > ; rnli nta and rdatlra iroptn.
t'ons UM < ! in the nuuuif > cturc of an > rt > cltt trblcbjMU a-lvcrli-ce and sell umler ths Dame of "TOLU-
KOCKand UYK. " Tliw cani | < opnd.a < .icttliFr | to jour fuinmh , lu tfce opinlun < f thU tfficr , wcuM
hare a sutOcirnt quantity of ttc BALSAJH.ifTHI.C tog'ncit all tte fdtar.tJKri afviilnl lo thtj
article in pectoral complaint ? , nl.ilcllic . wliitkv ar.rifjnip contitute an tmuhloo rrndtilng tbe
compound an agreeable ri mcdr to the patitnt.
la tlic opinim ; cf this clliie , on article cinipcutuVd aircn'irj : t > tbi fcrrnob marp'operjylfl
cltsscd iiauirtlicinal pteparatiouuniTcrthepinvUicrsft S < .b < JnJo A.fnllo in fctlt.n3 > 437. U. S.
lleviacd Statutes , and nbcn to ttinifcd may be s-M Vv DiuTi : t . A | utbcvann , and Other Prison *
without rerderinc them liable to f a v Frccul tax as lqii"r ) il < B'ei .
Yours Bcsiicctfully , ( tinc > 0 GREEN. B. RAUM. Commissioner.
Lawrence i llartin , Chicaco , S < Ie A cntl for the ti i C < 1 tat * and CaLadn. Sod by Droir.
dais , Groceries and Genenl Dealtucrrryvl.ere. Wliolcsak AcntfcrAcUST : : ELEJ01iNSON&
CO. . will supply the trade at n auufacturcrs prices
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAFMY Of THIS
BY EXAMINING THIS MAP. THAT -
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK 31
Ita main line runs from Chicago to Council
Bluffj , passlnit throuah Jollot , Ottawa. La Snlle.
Ueneseo. Mollno , Hock Island. Davenport , West
Liberty. Iowa tltr.Marenito , Urooklyn , Grtnnell , ,
DCS Molnca ( the capital of Iowa ) . Smart. Allan- /
tic , and AVncs ; with branches from Ilnrenu '
Junction to Teorla ; Wilton Junction toMuaca-
tite. WaahlnMon , FalrUcld. EMon. Ilclknap.
Centrevllle , Princelon. Trenton. Uallatln , Came-
rnn. caTenworth. Atchlsou , and Kansas City ;
Wuhlncton to SUourner. Osknloosa , and Knox-
Tllle : Keoknfe to Karainirton , lionapartc , llon-
tonsDOrt , Independent. Kliloo , Ottumwa. EddT *
Tlllp.Oskaloon. relln.Mnnroeand Des llolnes :
Newton to Jlonroei DCS Molnes to Indlanolaand
Wlntenet ; Atlantic to JL > ewU and Audubon ; and
A'oca to Uarlan. This Is positively tha only
Itallroad. which owns , and operates a through
line from Chicago Into the tjtato of Kansas.
Through Express Passenger Trains , with Pnll-
IBan i'alace Cars attached , are run each wmy dally
tOtw ( An CTttr-AOO nnd PconlA. KAKSAB C1TT.
COUNCIL BLnrrs. LEAVENWOIITU and ATCTII-
8ON. Through cars aroalso run between Milwau
kee and Knn-an City , via the "illlwaukeo and
Bock Island Blur" . Line. "
The " Great V.ock Island" Is mnenlOcently
equipped. Its road bed Is simply perfect , and Its
track U laid with itcel rails.
What will please you montwtll be tbe pleasure
of enjoying your meal * , while passing over the
bcanUf ul prairies of Illinois and Iowa , In ono of
our macnlBcent Dlnlnc Cars that accompany all
Through Kzpress Tralnj. Yon cet an entire
meal , aa Rood as la served In any Brat-class hotel.
Appreciating the fact that n majority of tbe
people prefer separate apartments fur different
purposes ( and the Immense passenger business
of tnls line warranting it ) , wo arc pN-ased to an
nounce that this Company ruua 1'iMmcm Palace
Sleeving Can for sleeping purposes , and Palace
PAXiACK CAIIS are ran Ihrauzh to rEOKIA , 3JE8
COVXV1L. MLTJFFS. . l wUVMA.I * CITV , ATCHI8O.V , nnd A.EAVJEXAVOKTJEI.
'Tickets-Tin this .Line , known a the "Great JCocU . Inland JluatCi" mm told Of
all Ticket Agent * In the Unlle4 Ntnte * anil Canada.
1'or Information not ohtulnuMo at your bomo ticket offlce , oitdroi.
.A. . KIMBA.LIJ. E. ST. JOHnS" .
Uen'I Superintendent. Uen'l Tkt. and Pau'gr
FURNITURE , BEDDiNG , FEATHERS ,
And everyining pertaining to the Furniture and
"Upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
LOWEST JFIRIOIES ,
p Si men th nt 120S and 1210 Farnbain Street.
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
II S S O .
MANUFACTURED BY P. P. MAST & CO , , SPRINGFIELD , 0.
They also n : ± e Euckeyo Improved Iron Beam Walking
Cultivator , -with or without Springs.
The New Force Feed Bnckcyc Drill , one or two .Horse Style *
Enquire lor them at the beat dealers.
F. H. P GH , Can. Agent , Omaha , Neb.
A new ind hitherto unknown remedy for ill
disease * of the Kidney * , Bladder , and Urinary
It wfll positively cnre Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
sy , Brlghl's Disease , inability to retain or czpell
the Urine , Catarrh of the BlidiTer , high colored
and scanty urine , Painful Drinittogr , LAMB
BACK , General Weakness , and all female Com *
It avoids Internal medicines , U certain In U
effects and cures when nothing els * can.
" For sale by all Dinggists or lent ty mall frte
"npon receipt ol the price , ? 2.CX (
DAY KIDNEY PAD CO. , PROFRS ,
Toledo , O.
Jt96 Bd TOUT addrestf tor our little boo * ,
"Hoy a Life was Saved. "
JAMES B. ISH , Ajwl for ITebraSa , '
SET1YEEN THE EAST & THE Tl
Uinlny Can for eating pnrpoics only. V' '
great feature of cur Palace Caw Is a 9..1
HAl.OON when you can enjoy your * * ii
at nil hears of the day.
MacntncentJron linilzes- span tha MA
ana Missouri rivers at all point * crossed
line , and transfers are avoided at Couuel
Kantaa City. laTemronn. and Atchlst.t _ -
necttons belne made In Union iwpotn.
THE HH1NCIPAI. U. It. COKMEUTIf *
T1IIH OUKAT THROUGH 10NB Aijf . - >
At CuiCAOo.wlta alldlveretng llnefc f M a-f
East and South.
Ft. W.id It-Hds.
At WASHINOTOX nnonrs , with P. . C
L. II. K.
At UdALLE. . with 11L Cent. R. R.
At room A. with 1 * . P. A J. ; v. D. & B.J L & df
W. : III. Mid. : and T. r. * W. * * .
At HOIK l.sLASi ) . with "Milwankeo JWX
Island obortUne , " and Hock l.rat Veo. it %
At UAVENPOUT. wltn the DaTenport Urrieict
\VE.Trl.IBKKTT.wlththeB C.K.4 fvU tx
AtIEAMoixxd.wtthUt M. * K. D. K. K. 1
At I'OCNCIL. IJLUTTS. with Union Pacific H..IV. I
At OMAHA , with IIMo. . K. UIt. . In Nso- >
At COLUMBUS J irxcnow.wlth aC. It. & N-IUt
At ( ) TTUuw.t. wttn Central Iowall.lt. 't > -
At KIOKUK. with TeL , reo. A W r. : V CV.'Jfc
Ixmfs & Vac. , and * t-U , Keo. & N.-W. K.BUS.
At CAM ERU.V. with U. Bt. J. It. K.
At ATcniso.v. with Atcb. . Topeka & iiaat fM
Atch. A Met. and Cen. Br. V. P. B. Rds.
At I.CAVKNWOKTH. with Kan , faq.
Cent. it. Jtd5.
At KA.VSJS Crrr. with all lines tot the
IEVER FAILS - - - '
PILE R m
The Cashier of the First HaUonal
DK. Bosisxo MjDinas Co. , Plcjua , O. :
GcrrLrMKx : I was troubled with '
tlsm last spring in tha acnto ( onn to biu r
I was unable to use my hand. Through t
ommendations of my friaodj , I was lcJ > .
try your Bheomat Cure , whkh ImE > . -
bejnn to soothe , comfort and attiy the pf <
in a short time I WM relieved of thb < ! jsi. .
dlsewo. Itakegrat pleasure mweoma : Jt k
thiavblnable remedy to those stolljrjrar tfO-
Tours respectfuDy , JSO.L MEBED1.H.
'Th-wa ' wmedles ipeat for thnnselves. To trr
them Is to bo cured. U ion cancotBtt them ot
your Druzgist , by r n aar os tS-M.'f * ' H
matie Cn , or
sbc of tba Pito Remedy , tr x r
GiTO plala d ectioos for s-
Bosanko Medici ji Co ,
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