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} a not recommended aa a remedy "f <
H the flls that flesh is heir to. " but i
jSfectlons of the Liver , and in all Elliot
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick Hea <
ache , or diseases of that character , the
stand without a rival. " - .
, AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can ba used pr
paratory tO ) or after taMng quinine. J
a simpw purgative they are unequaled
. .BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
' The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each boxia a red-wax seal on the lie
\rfth the inipression.TSlcLANE'S LIVE :
IILL. Each wrapper bears the sign !
tores of 0. MCLAXC and FLEMING BBOI
upon having the genuin
aMcLAN' ' "s LIVER PILLS , pr <
FLEJIIXG BROS. , Pittsburgh , Pa ,
ihe market being full of imitations o
the name JIcLane , spelled differently
but same pronunciation.
"f OUGHS , BRONCHITIS AND CONBtJMPTIOl
What a Well-Known Druggist says about
Allon's Lung Balsam.
MOTHERS , BEAD I
OAiL inBTiTios , iy.
OnrtUKKr : The demud for Allen's Ian
Salsam is Increaslnfc conctantly. Tbe ladb
think there is no medicine equal to It lor Cvon
and Whooping Cou-h. C. S. MARTIN , Droggis
BoUTbr n'l Medicine Men.
ToU-Gate Wo , 2.H
geatons. 7 obJecUtoflnil. Send stamp forpacl
ge. PR. E. C. Aim Y Dulftlo N. Y.
Y/M. / SltfERAL ,
* TTORNEY AT LAW CunpbtU'i Elocl
J13th Street.fcitwetnFarnbam and Doughj
- OMAHA , NKB.
D. L. THOMAS ,
i TIORNEY AT LAW Loans money. traj
-TV and sells real estate. Boom 8 , Orelghto
A. C. TROUP ,
A TIORHSr AT LAW Office In Hinscom
J\ . . Block , * iln George E. Pritch-tt , IK
farnbapi fit. _ OlIAHA , KEB.
.DEXFERL , THOMAS ,
AT LAW Crulckinanki Boll
A. M. CHADWICK ,
1 TTORNEY AT LAW Office 1601 ramhai
A Str et. _
A TTORNEY AT LAW Cor. Uth and Farahai
WILLIAM A. FONDA.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
_ Ci. Boom No. 6 , Frenrer Block , opposite Poi
Omce. _ _ _ OMAHA. NEB.
WM. L. PEABODY ,
Office In Crete hton Block , next t
LAWYER , OUAHA , NEBRASKA.
E. D. MCLAUGHLIN. > *
TTORNEY AT LAW AND JUSTICE 01
E PEACE Southeast corner Fifteentl
looj Promptly Attended to.14
O'BRIEN & BARTLETT ,
OfTlpE-Unlon Block.Flfteenth anf Famham
A. L. RQBISON.
TTORKEY AT LAW. Room Creighloi
Block. OMAHA Neb. tunl-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KARBACH BLOCK , COR. DOUGI5TH 8T8 ,
OMAHA. NSa ;
W. d. Oorinell ,
Offlc * : Pront rooms , up ttilri , la Hansccm'l
new brick building , K. IV. corner Fifteenth and
Joss I. EDI OK. ttus. R. RXDICS.
REDICK & REDICK ,
Attorn eys-at-Law. .
Sped * ! attention will ba given to all snlta
tgainat corporations ol every description ; will
\ practice in al tthe Court * ol the State and the
United BtaSep. Office , Taniham St. , opposite
ADAMS &SIMERAL ,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW -Room fl Orelgtito
t\ . Block , 16th raid Douglas streets. no9dh
G. F. MANDERSON ,
AT LAW 2i2 Famhun Street
A TTORNEY AT LAW Uth and Donjhl
jfcx Btrtets. with G. W. Doan
. W. T. RICUABW. O. J. HDNI
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
Orncs 216 South Fourteenth Street.
Only Direct Line to France ,
GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPAN
DETWEEN New York and Harve.Pier i2K. &
Ij foot of Morton St. , pier of company.
Travelers by this line ai old both transit by En
Iflh railway and the discomfort ot crossing the
hanne lin a small boat
ANADA , FF-SJ.an.-L , Wednesday January 21
AUERIQUE , B. JCUCLO , Wednesday February
FRANCK , TKUBKtLB , Wednesday , February
PRICE OF PASSAGE ( iacTadlng wine ) :
TO HAVRE Fint Cabin , f 100 andtSO : Second
Cibini5 ; Steerage , $26 < lndadlngwineoedding
LOUIS DE BEBIANA rent. B BroadwayN. Y.
FRANK E. MOORES , No. 211 , West Side llth
Street , Bet. Farnham ted Douglas , Next Deere
o U. S. Express Oflics ( Slgu of Pata sd
tcamshlp. ) OUAUA , NEB. ntf-On
- . , .
a wrsk. ? i : a day at home easily made.Oottly
QBAY-3 SPEOI IO
Remedy , .
cure for Sem
torrhta , Im
that follow ss sequence of Self-Abuse ; loot
Memory , Unirenal Lassitude , Pain in th
Back , Dimness ot Vision. Premature Old Age
and many other Disease * that lead to Insanity or
Consumption tr.d % Premature GnTe.
jaTuIl particulars in our phamphlet , which
we dratre to send free b.r mail to every one.
( Sib * Specific Hedldne U sold by all drugglltt
at n per packags or.fiii packasres for | 5r or wll
bo sent free by mail on receipt of the money > -
addreaicg - >
Tt3 Qrftr Medicine Ccx.
No. 10 Ui ctsaicc ? Clcck , DETXCIT , Mio
SOLDINOJJAH. BY-r. K.-ISH.AND BY I
or. O. "W
mr OASS 6
THE DAILY BEE
OMAHA PUBUSHIN8 . . PROPRIETORS.
farnham , bet. ff& and 10th Strceti
TERMS OF STJBSCRnrnON
1 year.ln ad vanee ( postpaid ) . . . . $3.0
8 months " ' . . . . . . . i.O
months " " . . . . . . . . f
THK TABLEg. jC
; 0. N. W. R. K , i O a. m. , 8 p. m.
0 B. * Q.Lt Oa.m.,8pm.
0. B L S P. R. B , i l a. m. , I p. M.
0. A St. Joe t30 . m. , 8 p. m.
U. P.R.R.liaOam. i *
B.AM.R. R,8t5a.m. -
O 4 N. TT. R R. , 11 a. m. il p. or '
B 4 , Q. . 11 a. M. 930 p. B. ' '
a B. 4 St. Joe , U a. m. , 11p.m.
S. City 4 P. , 11 a
B. 4 it in Neb. , * p
Ijocal malls for Bt + tt Iowa Isar * at o j
y.TU : i-M a. m. '
Office open from U to p. m Bnndayt
THOKAS g. UAT.T , ,
UNION PACIFIC. '
Dally Express..12:16 : p.m. 830p.m.
Bo Mixed 6:10 p.m. 125p.m.
do Freight . . . B-.SO a. m. 1:10 p. txu
do do . . . . 8:15 a. m. 1220a.m.
Ti CARD 07 THK BURLINQTON ROUTE
UU7B91LUU I asm OJOHA.
Express S-.tOp-m. Express 10:00 a. ta
Mall 6:00 ajn. I Mall .10:00 p. m
Bundaji Excepted. | Bundaytf Excepted ,
CHICAGO , BOOK ISLAND &PACOTC.
HailU8d0 .m. 100 p. m
press. - . . . .SiOpjn. 10jOOa.m
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN.
Mail . .8:00 a .m. I 130 p. m
Expreis . . .8Mp. m. | - lWXa.m (
KANSAS CITY , GST. JOE & COUNCIL BLUfW ,
MiVK. * -ABUT * .
Mall _ _ _ _ & 00 HuKrpre | _ _ . < C-45 .Bi
Expn _ 6.-00p.m.M | | L. _ _ T : lp.ra
Tee only line running Pullman Sleeping Can
out ol Omaha to Union Depot.
OMAHA & NORTHWESTERN AND BIOXJX * errs
Express. . . . .8.-00 a m. | 2:55 p , m.
Dally Exceptjnnd y >
, . . , B.-00 m
plittemouthf arlOSi am
Kearney J-ncCarWas pm
g SSSSSStel pmahrw)77.w5ps ( )
BXPUBLICAH VALLEY RAttWAT.
EaiUngi OT ) &O6 t.m. i Bloomlngton teP "
ScSnSrtoi 1 6 p m I Hastlnjrs ( ar ) to 5 p m
We sOv)7M .m. I Indlinola ( ar ) 1:00 : p.m
Orletsi ( ar ) 7:00 : p.m-1 Indianota ( IT 230 p. m.
B10UI CUT 4 ST. PAUL B. B.
UtSl 8.10 a. m. I Express 10xWa.m
lfc.vi:8iop. : : : : * I * & ; : : . . . . 7 0 P. m
BRIDGE DIV1SIONJ0. P. B , R.
Leave Omaha , dally : 8 am. , Ba.ni. , 10 a.
U. a ra. , 1 p. m. , J p. m. , 8. p. m. , B p. m. , 8
Leave m. Coundl Blu28as a. m.,9 S a.m. ,
10:25 : a. m. , 1126 a. m. , 125 p. m. , 1-23 p m. ,
6 p.m.,525 p-m. , 025 p. m
Omaca at 9 and
Tour trips on Sunday , leaving
a. m. , 2 and 6 p. m. ; OouacQ Blufls at 926 ,
a. m. , and 22fi and 625 p. m. - < -
Leare Omaha : 8 a.m.,7 a. m. , 820 a. m , ,
p. m. , 10 p. m. , 725 p. m.
Leave Conndl Blufls : 7:16 a. m. , 9:10 a. m. ,
a. m. , 625 p. m. , 7:00 p. m. , 7 0 p. m. ,
p. m. Dally except Sunday.
OMAHA & REPUBLICAN VALLEY R. R.
dall . 10 5 a. m. iiip. m.
Dally exceot Sundar.
Omaha Wholesale Markets ,
OMAHA , June 19 , 1880 ,
BUTTEE AND KQUB.
5holc table .
ackerilota . 710
rresh cggt , per dox
/hlckeOB , P r doz. . . , . . 222
Jacks./ . .
IntLoaf . 10
'owdered . 10
( rannlated . 10
tandArd"A" . 102
A . 10
' > . 93
* * . -
Ixtra choi oe and very bright. . . 50
iright Table -Drira , . . . . . . . . . . 45
few Orleans MoD asses . 0
Lie , prune to choice
Llo good to prime
Lie fair to good
Ihoice.1 8 * ,
loodtoprira * 7Jai
few Prunes 81
HdPrunes 6 |
! urrantBchoic new 7 *
llackBerries 12 *
'itted ' cherries 2u
KcWzanprtd Apples 8
jvaporated " 5\ \
tate Peaches 8
alt Lake Peaches 15
aUforala Peaches 15
' 3"0ysters , 2 Ib cans , $ case. . 3 70
do do 1 Iti canper case. . 240
, % htWdghtOysters2Ib-1 case i "XL
almon , 1 ft , tfdozen 175
do 21bi"doz n 2 C5
tandard Tomatoes,2 tb , V case 2 80
" " 3 Ib , $ case 3 00
tandard Peaches , 3 tb , t ? case. 4 40
" " 2 Ib , tf case. 3 40
laspberries , 2 Ib , tf caze. 3 00
tlackberries , 2 Ib , t ? case 2 60
lorn , 2 Ib.tf case 380
ipples , Gal , tf doz 375
farrow Fat Peas,2 Ib , case. . 4 00
tring Beans. 2 ft.per case. . . . 240
'epper ' 17
loves ] 45
reenwichLye.perlcase . H 3 85
; eansperbnshel..r. . . . 1 80
faeese full cream . ' . - 11 4
lass. 60 per cent , dis
count on list. . . '
HABDWARB. < * . ' .
pmmon bar . 3
lorsB'Bhoe bar . 4
orway nail rod. . 9
aatplow . . 9.
m. cast , tool . . ' . . . . - . . - . . 18
M'p's , Eng. do . -v.25
> r AIL3.
ens.nttwardfl. . 550
'rd'd'a shoe fg . 560
" mule" . 650
maha nails tens , upwards. . . 3 50
w'str'shn'v . , . . : . . . . -i 23@30
atn.-un nails . 230
DRY GOODS. - 5
tlantio "H" . 73
do "P" . 7
enpereU " 0" . 7f
cto "R" . ? f
do "E" . 8i
idUnHead . . 8
awmueXXX . ; . . . 7 10
ebraska ; Standard "AA" .r. t ,
UEN1MS/ , - * t
jsoskeag . - ig
ver Creek , "AA" . 14
do - "BB" .
a&aer . . . fr
tfc/'AXA" . i
10ccp. . . . . . . : . . . . . is
-arren 1AXA" 15
do "BB" 14
do "CO" 13
BLEACHED COTTON ! !
do Camhric vl2j
bet t r trait \
rait of the Loom 10
ewYork Milln 12j
-amsutta i. . ? . : * & 124
epperell : 18i@2ri
do "AA" l < i
do "A A A" - -16
BST ! River ; 16J
. , , , , , , , , ,
Anoona fancy 71
Merrimac shirtings. . * . 61
EichmondsE . - r. . 71
Simpson's mourning. . . " . 71
Simpson's black . - . 7'1
Awning stripes 1
Lewiston.A. . . 171
Framicg , 18 ft. and under. . . . § 20
Each add. ft over 18 , per M . .
Fencing , No. 1,12 to 20 ft. . . . 22
" No. 2,12to 20 ft. . . . 20' '
Sheeting , dressed , No. 1 20
- " No. 2 10' '
Common boards , dressed 22
Aetock 40' '
B " 35 '
C " , SO1
C6mmon stock. 25 i
No. Iflooring 401
No.2 " 351
No.3 " ' 251
Yellow pine flooring , No. 1. . . . 431
PIUIM ; .
No. leiding 251
No.2 " . . . . . 22 i
No.3 " . . ? - . 20-1
No. 1 pickets , per M 32 !
No.2 " " 25 (
No. 1 finish , 1J , 1J , and 2in. . . 55 (
No.l " lin 50 (
No.2 " U , 11 , and 2 in. . 45 (
No.2 " lln.T 40 (
No.3 " in 35 (
Plainfihiplao 23 (
OG ' * "No.l 30 (
" " No.2 25 C
" . " No. 3
| beaded , 6 in. , No. 1 25 t
, " . 'I No.2. 230
i " , ' 4 and fi in. , No. 1 . . 40 C
" , . " " - No.2. . . 35 (
Corrugated ceiling , No. 1 50 C
A star ( best ) sh'ngles 37
No , 2 " 30
No.3 " 25
Lime , bbl IS
" bulk , per bu 4
Iowa plaster , bbl 2
Michigan plaster , bbl 27
Hair , per bu 2
Tarred felt , 100 Ibs 30
Straw board , " 40
0 G battens , per 100 ft. lin. . . 12
Well curbing rf ? . . 300
Rough I , and 2 in. , in batts ,
per 100 ft. lin 5
L/edar halves , 7 in 1
" 6in 1
" QuarterSin 1
" 4x6 4
3 G casing , 5i and 6 in. , per
100ft.lin : 30
Dak plank and timber , per M , 40 0
31ear poplar 50 0
Black Walnut 1000
3recn hides , per Ib 6
3reen cured hides 7
Dry hides 15al
Dry salted hides lOal !
3heepPeltB 25al 61
Tallow , 4
-LIQUORS , WINES , ETC.
Sigh wines , pergal 1 01
Ucohol , 180 per cent , per gal. 2 II
JVen h spirits , proof 1 II
ilarshall's bourbon whisky. . . . 1 21
VIDler's bourbon whisky 1 21
Srandy , very fine , per gal. . . . 2 00a8 CX
" common to fine 1 5 (
3in , 100 per cent 161
" Holknd , 90 per cent 1 2t
tarns , rnixd Jamaica , per gal. 1 50a3 CK
" New England 2 0 (
Kennedy Bitters per. gal 1 5 (
" " percase.7. . . 7 5 (
" " per 100 cases 7 Oi
Champagnes , pints in baskets. 25 0 (
Domestic champaigne 22 00
'ort wine , per case 1 E0a3 0 (
iherriea 1 50a3 OC
Lies , Edinburg 272
" Bass&Cfo-'s 22
luinnebs Dublin utout 2 2
lest slaughter sole 82
test oak 41
reach kips 1 lOal 40
'renoh calf , leading b. nda. . . L50a21Q
Jomestickips 75al 10
JomeHiccalfs 1 lOal 30
lemlock upper , per foot 25a26
lak upper , per foot iSa' 6
[ rain , upper per foot 25
jinings , per uoz 8 00a9 50
'oppings , per doz 11 00
Iorrocc ( bootleg ) per foot. . . 35a ? &
" Simon per akin 3 00a3 25
" glove kid 3C
ioot webbing , per foot 45
fo. 1 Pittsburg oak U
Jo. 1 Pittsburg oak 45
Ib. 1 Cincinnati oak 41
Jo. 2 Cincinnati oak 3
To. 1 Lemlock 3
inthracite 10 6C
llossbutg 12 OC
Wyoming " . . , 850
fskaloosa - . . . . . . i. 5 50
owa nut 5 00
Hiite Breast 5 5C
I Am All Flared Out
s a common complaint in hot weather. If
ou feel BO , get a package of EadneyVcrt
nd take it , and you will at once feel itt
pnic power. It keeps up tke healthy ac-
ion of the Kidneys. Bowel ? , and Liver ,
nd thus restores the natural life and
trength to the body.
It is well known that a relationship ex-
IB between piles , constipation , kidney
iseases and liver troubles. In Kidney
Tort we have a remedy that acts on th
eneral system and restores health by gen-
ly aiding nature's interna1 process.
BucKion'a Arnica Salve
The BJWT SALTE in the world f 01
lute , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt
theum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Chapp-
d Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and al ]
inds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
i guaranteed to give perfect Batiafac-
iod in every caae or money re landed ,
'rice 25 cents uer box. For sale by
3dly. J. KT ISH , Omaha.
Weary mortals racked vith pain ,
Ever seeking but In vain ,
Sweet relict from mortal ilia :
Try , I pray , Wests Liver Piltsl
& as sure as morning's light
Cometh after shades of night ,
O'er thy life , health's son dime
Shall arise , in joy to shine ;
LJght and health , and joy and mirth ,
In son-beams sporltle round thy hearth ;
Vital energy shall start ,
E'en to muscle , brain and heart ;
Rid theTdver of its lout ,
Purify the life , the blood ,
Intercept disease and death ,
Leaving fragrance on thy breath.
Lighten life of half its ills ,
Safe and potent Uver Pills.
Sold at wholesale by C. F. Ooodma
id Kennardand Forsvth. Omaha. r5jiw
URES COLIC IN MAN OR BEAST.
URES COLIC IN MAN OR BEAST.
URES ASTHMA , CURES ASTHMA.
ORES CATARRH , CUBES CATARRH.
JKES LAMESESS , CURES LAMESESS.
URE3 NEURALGIA , CURES NEURALGIA.
( JRES PILE3. CURES PILES
BOLD IX OMAHA BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
XSTGo to Tour Druglst for Miss Freeman's
ew National Tje . For brightness and dura-
lity of color thy are unequalled. Color 2 to
t > t , , price 15 cents.
flNEGAR WO < ? KS1
Janet , Ett r- ' s - > " . V4"j ,
aay tte'l W - . . . - ircxb , sc 1rj \ - -
ated lust .s s > a ui * . I- I m
ai forprjK ' . , J
A JUDGE LYNOH COUE1
An Episode Near Dougla
BV WXOMIHO KIT.
A canon In ihe mountains , near tri
prosperous inlning town of tougb )
Creek , In Wyoming"Territory. Gran
and picturesque the peaks rise up o
either aide , towering far np towar
the clouds , which hang In groups e
golden beauty ver head. The crystj
water of the creek , from which th
town took its name , danced morrU
over its rocky bed , its pluhings blend
ing in rippling melody with th
soughing of the breeze through th
lofty pines. Scattered here and ther
over a grassy plat were a number o
determined looking men , dressed i
thegarb _ of mountaineers , conversin
in low , earnest tones , aa though thoi
attention was engrossed by some mat
ter of more than ordinary import
A l.ttle apart from the rest , close ! ;
guf rJed by two brawny mountaineer
stood a youth apparently not eve
eighteen years of age , with feature
of rcnnrkable beauty and form of th
moat perfect mold , H ear him , coilei
upon the grass , lay a rope , in one em
of which a noose had been artistically
termed. There could ba no mistakinj
the scene Judge Lynch was about t (
hold a couit.
The youth h-d arrived in the cam ]
but three days before on thestage frorr
Laiamie City , and htd registered al
the hotel as Harry Forrest. He tolc
the inquisitive landlord ( all west err
landlords are inquisitive ) that he wai
the son of a wealthy merchant in the
"states , "and was on a tour of pleisun
and observation in the mountains.
He circulated frezly among the rougl
element , which is a marked feature ol
every mining camp , and on account o !
the unusual baauty of his face was
dubbed "handsome Harry" by the
denizens of the town.
Dou las Crek , like every pthei
mining town , was infested with a
Ivge number of the "sporting frater
nity , " otherwise known as profession'
al gamblers. Among these was a'fine
looking , well dressed man named
George Watson. Ha had turned up
in the camp about three months pre
vious lo the date of whch I write ,
with plenty cf money , which he spent
with a lavish hand. Hit open-handed
generosity had made him a favorite
with ail , and his skill in manipulating
the cards could be attested by every ,
one who had faced him at the gam
It was aoon observed that "Hand
some Harry" was closely watching
Watson's every movement , and sev
eral friends called the gambler's at
tention to the fast. To each one he
replied that there was a familiar look
on the youth's fce in expression
that he had seen before , though when
or where he had sees it his memory
failed to divulge.
"I don't know what the boy is
watching me for , " ho would say , yet a
Feeling of uneasinets which he could
not hide would manifest itielf , and it
R-as noticed that since Harry's advent
In the mines he began' " to drink
On the morning of the day on which
; hia story opens Watson becajie intox-
cated , and while sitting in the El Do-
lorado saloon .bezan to joke food (
laturedly with the inmates. A young
niner bad just finished the reading of
h letter which he had taken from the
jostoffice , and while returning it to a
iainty white envelope , Watson laid :
"A letter Irom your sweetheart back
n the states , eh , Tommy ! I'll bet any
nan in the house ten to one that I've
lalled the turn. "
"That's just what you've done ,
iVat , " replied the miner. "It's from
ay girl in Michigan , and a prettier or
totter girl don't live. If I ever strike
lay-rock an this claim ofmine I'll
coot "back there quick , and give
omo preacher a chance to make a few
"Clear gone on her , I see' Tommy !
Yell , I've been there myself. I had
t sweetness once , and I feed a gospel
luirp for a two minutes : speech , but
he felicity of the game didn't stick
izmonths. Oh ! but she was a daisy ,
hough a high-toned beauty , but I
lover cared a curse for her. You see
ter old man had just bushels of shekels
itored away , and the man's a precious
bol that won't tackle matrimony when
t's buried in a mine of ready coined
; old. The old bloke didn't seem to
: otton at all to his dear son-in-law , so
Then I got a grab at the pot I jumped
the game and carried the swag with
me. The old rooster's dead and roast-
ng in Hades , I reckon , and I sup-
rase the high-strung daughter done aa
noet disappointed females do snpped
i dose of cold poison , or joined the big
, rmy of females of easy virtue that
> very city ! " '
The ( harp crack of a revolver
ichoed through the room , and Watson
ell quivering in death , shot through
he head , while Handsome Harrj's
'oice rang out :
"Die ! you thrice accursed villain ,
lie ! and remember Edna ! "
"The gal's brother , for any amount
> ' duit ! " cried a gambler , as the crowd
nshed up toward the youth. He was
it once disarmed and secured , a meet *
ng called on the spot , and by unani-
or 2 o'clock at the usual place , about
ive hundred yards down the canon.
At the appointed hour the crowd ,
nth their prisoner in charga , repaired
o'the spot. Watson had been speedily
mried , and Harry had persistently
efuaed to offer any explanation of the
: auao of the murder further than to
ay , "He deserved it- all , the villain !
lang mn as soon as you choose' "
| 'I make a move ' hat Toba Allen
ie elected jedgo * o * this ere court , ' '
ried one of the assembly , and the mo-
ion was unanimously carried. Allen ,
> tall , sun-browned mountaineer , with
, facealmost covered with huge black
rhiskors , stepped forward and ssated
limself upon a rock. He was dressed
a thu habiliments of , a hunterjneatly
very garment being partly or in whole
ormed of buckskin , and a brace of
ormtdable looking revolvers of the
'oh pattern ornamented his belt He
ailed for order and said :
"I app'int Doc Woods , Lengthy
ohnson and Arkansaw as officers o'
be court. It'll be their duty to pro-
erve. order , and if the kid's found
uilty to execute the sentence of the
ourt. The rest of the crowd ' 11 act
s the jury , and I want every pna of
ou to buckle down an * take in every
rord o' the witnesses music , an' give
he lad every chance you kin fnr
urn me if I do'nt kinder like his
joks. Let your verdic' ba a just 'un ,
ccordin' to the facts an' evidence. "
The officers designated took their
est at the aide of the prisoner , and
be mess jury silently gathered around
be seat of justice.
"Nobby Dyer ! "
The person addressed , a flashily
ttired young man , wearing a grand
[ splay of breastpin and watch chain ,
tepped to the front Said the judge :
"Ifobby , do you sw'ar that ye 11 give
s a equar' story on this kilun' busi
es. * , an' ladle out nothin' but solid
let * , so help you God ? "
"Yea , jedge. "
"Turn'er loose , then ! "
"Well , gents I'm tbs'day gin alinger
t ti El Dorado ; gcesyou aH know
-at , though.jur I've bVeL'boalnesa
aaUugs wuh'tll oryonvWat , the
eceased , coma into the saloon this
lorniog , I should judge about 7
o'clock 'twas just after I'd mixe
your first cocktail , Jedge ; about '
warm' * HI"
"Jist about that time ; gc ahead. "
"Well/ I said , Wat come in ai
begin to gin np purty lively. I see
he was takin' on mpre'n usual , BO
cramped on hia whisky a little , ai
didn't put more than about half th
usual amount into each cocktail. H
kep' a hittin * at the jaice , though , ti
he begun to feel purty comfortabl
happy , an' then he turned to an' b <
gin to chaff the boya kind o' good nt
tured , you know. Wat was alwaj
full of fun when he had a good dose c
the fluid up his nose , and I neve
knowed him to pull a gun or act
darned bit ugly with anybody. H
war aettln" with hia back toward th
door when the kid , thar , come in ar
leaned kind o' careleas-like agin th
pool table. Wat began ta get loose
game about aomo gal thet got awec
ou him afore he left the states , whei
I noticed the kid turn sort o1 pals an
grit hia teeth. I wai just abou
to tackle the lad an" ask hin
what racket ho was on when Bill ;
Harvey ca'led ' fur a toddy. Jist as
turned roun' toward the sugar dro\yc
I heerd the gun go off , an' , lookio ;
roun' , I seed that it war this kid tha
had turned 'er loose. I set the toddi
up to Billy , aa' when I eeed that Wa '
had got his medicine dead sure , .
hopped over the bar an' tuk the po ;
away from the kid an' asked him wha
in thunder ha wanted to raisa a row ir
the housa fur ? He didn't say any thin
'cept somethin' about the vjlhin
meauin * tbe deceased , a deservin1 aV
he'd got , an' I couldn't git no mon
out o' him. That's all I know , gents
'cept that tbe shot war a daisy ! l'v
seed my share o' aich rackets , but 1
never need a roan g't ' it neater thar
Wat did ! "
"Did the kid deny the"shootin' " "
"No. jeJge ; he jiet the mrae &t
acknowledged it. "
"You are sure that Han'fome Harrj
fired the shot that croaked George
"Perfectly sure , jedse. "
"That's all , then. "
A number of witnesses were called ,
ind all corroborated the barkeeper's
story. When the evidence was all
heard the judge turned to the accused
ind said : ,
"Harry , hav ye any witnesses fm
'I have none , sir , but the Al
mighty ! "
"Well , I don't suppose He'd pay
my 'tenticn to a supeny from this
sourt. Yo've heard the evidencs , 'aa
ire rnus' see that it hits ye purty
itraight. The punishment for per-
niscuons ahootin' in these mountains
aya in the end of that 'air rep . You
vir a stranger to every one hy < tr ; but
t's purly ginerally put np by the
soys that ye air a brother o' the gal
; hat Wat war a chinnin' about w'en
ro slung him hia medicine. In some
parts that mout be edged in by law
iharps as a extenca'.in' strcumatanc" ,
) ut I can't advise ye to hook a hope
mio tt hyar. You hev eo far refused
; o open yer mouth rcgardin' the mat
er , but I'd advise ye to put in a word
tforo the case goes to the jury. If
er wanT ; to testify in yor own behalf
low's yer time to sing yer song ! Hev
re anything to perduce.
Harry stepped forward and faced
he stern-looking crowd. With a
lear and fearless eye he glanced over
he assembly a moment , and then be
; an to speak in a voice in which not a
remor could be detected ,
"Gentlemen , I stand before aa a
onvicted murderer , for I can road
ay fate in your cold , determined faces ,
have read enough , and heard enough
boutroTscoh caies are disposed of
his wi'd country to know that in a
eir moments I will hang suspended
rom a limb of one of those trees. I
rai fully conscious of this when I fired
be shot which blotted a monster from
he face of the earth. Before you
any your sentenca into execution I
rill tell my atory , and then when I
m dead some of you may perhaps ,
eel a little sympathy for Harry , as
ou call him. Do not for a moment
hink that I talk to consume time and
elay the excution , for I truthfully
ssurc you that I do not fear the death
bat awaits mo.
"In one of roost beatiful cities in
he s tat 3 of Ohio lived a wealthy , in-
ffensive old man named Forrester ,
'bat man , now in his grave , was my
leloved father ! He had a daughter ,
"dna , npon whom he doted , and she
, -as , indeed the light and comfort of
iis old age. People called her am-
ible and beautiful , ard , ai
light be expected , there were
lumcroua suitors for her hand , and
he. fortune which awaited her upon
.er father's death. Among these
uitors was a young man named Fred
rlatston , the son of a wealthy mer-
hant of the same city , and upon him
* dna bestowed the purest love of her
onocent heart. The young man was
omewhat wild and a little inclined to
dissipation , and on that account father
iolently opposed the union. Marston
iromised to'reform , and Edna , poor
irl , trusted implicitly in him , and
hey were secretly married without
icr father'a concent. When the news
ras broken to the old man the shock
0 unnerved him that he was taken to
iis bad by an attack of nervous pros-
ration. The newly wedded couple
ook up their abode in the paternal
aansion , Edna positively refusing to
save her father in his illness. Faith-
ullv she watched by hia bedside , min-
stering to his every want with tender ,
iving hands , and praying earnestly
bat he might recover and bestow upon
erself and. : husband the blessing
rhich she so coveted.
"Manton proved a kind and loving
usband for a brief period , and then
gain fell into his dissolute habits ,
requently maltreating his wife in a
ruel manner. The life of the young
ride , which she had so fondly dream-
1 would DO one continued gleam of
anshine , became overcast with the
ark clouds of "sorrow.
"One morning Marston was missing
om his bed when Edna awoke , and a
itter left upon his pillow informed
er that he had decided to forever
lave her and seek a home in
le far west. Almost crazed with
tier she flew to her father'/i chamber
> r consolation from his dear lips , but
ben aha entered the door whit a
ofrible sight met her affrighted
ize'i ! -
Here , for the first time , the speaker
roke completely down and covering
[ 3 face with his hands began to sob
iolently. The crowd was listening
ith breathless attention , bending
irward toward , the youth as if fearing
i lose ivjword of tbe story.
'Braceirp , Jad ; braca up ! " said tbe
idge , wiping his eyes in a auspicious
inner , "take all the time ye want ,
i1 reel us off the hull business. "
The youth rallied , and in a choking
oice , his eyes suffused with taars , ra-
"Oh , gentlemen ! there upon his bed
altering1 in blood , laj her father ; her
lolized old father , dead , with a knife
hlch she bad 'seen in her husband's
osaessionsticking in his breast ! She
sreamed for help and then swooned ,
iray , and a brain fever held her a
iving maniac for eight long weeks !
J'When she recovered aha- learned
iflt -murderer of her father had
ebbed * him of a large amount of
loriey , and that the detectives had
tterly failed to obtain the slightest
luetoblf whereabouts. . When able
5 reave'Ker roomsho songht.her raur-
ered Isiher'a grave , and npon her
ended , kneei , above those loved re-
islaaiaha'-'registered a fearful vow
td aba would not rest day or. night
ntirjlie'liad tracked Ihe murderer to
U hiding piece and ulaja him M re-
morselessly as he had slain her enl ;
"From the letter left behind she In
ferred that Marston had gone west
and she at once sot out in that direc
tion. Fortune favored her , for a
Omaha she learned that a man answer
ing his description had left on th <
Union Pacific train about three 01
four days after the date of her father'i
death , ticketed for Laramie City. She
followed upon his track , and at Laramie -
mio City learned from the stage agenl
of his departure for this place. The
next stage brought her here as a pas
senger , like a blood-hound upon the
murderer's trail ! "
With a sweeping movement of the
hand the youth removed his hat , and
a wealth of golden hair foil in luxuri
ant beau'y over the sliape'y shoulder. ! .
"Gentleman , I am Edna For.-cster' '
( I cannot cill tnyse'f by hs : zccursod
mine ) , and the man , the villain ! ilia
fiend ! I slew w.is my murderous hus
band , who Ins lived among you aa
George Watson , and who wjs b asting
and gloating over his damnable work
when I sent hia guilty soul into eter
nity ! Now , hang me I am ready to
die ! "
"An Tin-ready to blow the holy de
lights outer tha fust crooked son of a
gun that hys a han' ou her ! " yelled
the Judge drawing hia revolvers.
"Jht aift this matter down to a bang-
up visitation o' God an' give in yer
verdic guilty or not guilty ! "
The crowd had long before decided
tint nutter , and "not guilty" cimo
foith in chorus , and then the deafeu-
ing cheero made the old canon ring
3gain .uid again.
Edna was escorted back to the camp
ind placed in charge of the landlord's
wife , who aooa clothed her in the
proper habiliments of her sex. Aa
usual over any great excitement ,
rehisky flowed freely , and the health
sf the lady was drunk again aad agtin
by the excited crowd. One enthusi
astic individual was loud in his sug
gestions that Maratrn should ba dug
no and hanged with the rope prepared
[ or ' Hdndsome Harry , " "for , " he as-
icrted , "if ever a man deserved Lang-
; n' he doe ? . "
The lady dmppea'ed as quietly as
"Harry Forrest" had appeared , and
ivas never afterward heard of in the
niurs. Tobe Allen went east a short
hne sgi , but as he has not yetretum-
jd , we will not credit the silly rumors
; hat are afloat thit "HandDome
3 < ury" knows what took the worthy
udge so far from homo.
iMONG THE LADIES
The brilliant , fascinating
ins ! of Complexion for \rhich
adies strive are chiefly arti-
Icial , and all irho will take the
rouble may secnro them.
L'heso roseate , bewitching lines
bllow the use of Hagan's Mag-
lolia Balm a delicate , harm-
ess and always reliable article ,
iold by all druggists.
The Magnolia Balm conceals
ivery blemish- removes Sal-
owness , Tan , lledness , Erup-
ions , all evidences of excite *
uent and every imperfection.
Its effects are immediate and
o natural that no human being
an detect its application.
( IDNEY REMEDY
AND SPECIFIC FOR
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Tain in the Back , Loins or Side , Dropsy ,
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ol Urme.and Female Complaints.
Send for our treatise on the Kidneys , entitled
Echoes You Should Heed , " allttlo pamphlet
> nUining a great deal ol information free.
Sxcelsior Kidney Pad Co , ,
by D. W. BASE & CO. . Omaha.
IHICAGO SHOT TOWER CO.
BE bUUE TO BUY IT.
THE BEST IN MARKET.
. W , BLATCHFflR 1 > CO.
anufacturera cf Lead Pipechest nd Bar Lead ,
Block Tin , Pipe ilia Soldi r , Linjccd Oil
and Oil Cako.
) NORTH CLINTON ST. , CHICAGO. '
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COSTAU > 3
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LJtD THE PTRTSTiSD EESTltOICAI. QCiUTIES O :
111 Diseases of tbe Stcmacb , Eo eli , Clotxl ,
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essnesc arj csrcia"ly Female Cooplolat * .
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V 111 bo paltlfera case they wjll not cf tor help , or
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fore you sleep. ToLc no other.
lop Cocsn CCKI ia Jha mtctcst , eafet aad best I
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enness , rae of cfhaa , tobacco and narcotics :
" . "Jtal Weakness and Fr.'s-
traU.n from overwork or
sgsful remedy known. Price 81 per Till or 5
ills aad larza vial of txrirder for 85 , nt postaie
ee on receipt of price. HUMPHBErS
[ OUEO , UED. CO , ' 03 FuUoc St. , New York.
t. Citiju * cf nttt'pta ftpJ3J"2p !
Chicago & Northwestern
2,380 MILES OF ROAD !
It la the SHORT , SURE and Safe Route Between
CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE
and all points EAST and NORTH.
IT OFFERS THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN ANY
OTHER ROAD IN
ItU the ONLY ROAD between
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which la run
PULLMAN HOTEL OARS !
Ii addition to these and to please all classes of
tnjlers , it gives FIRST-CLASS MEALS t ila
EATING STATIONS at SO cents each.
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS I
US COACHES RE THE FIKE&TI
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLASS
Ifiouwish the Best Traveling Accommadv
IKnajou will buy jour ticket by this Kou'e
ta-AND WILL TAKE NOSEOTUER.
Ail Ticket Agents can stll TOU Through Tickets
\Ia this road and Check uratl Baj.
gage Y ree of Charge.
5UAIIA TICKET OFFICE3-12J1 Fambanj St. ,
Cor. litb , and at Union Pacific Depot.
DENVER OFFICE In Colondo Central and
Union PicHc Taket Office.
SAN FRANCISCO OIfICE-2 Now Montgomery -
For information , folders , maps , tic. , not ob *
Lainable at Home Ticket Office , addicsj any
ijebt of the Company , or
KARVIN HUCHITT , W- STEMHITT ,
Gen'l Manager , Gen1 ! Pass. Ajent ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
JAMES T. CLARK ,
Ocn'l Ag't Omaha & Connc'l ' Bluffs.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
St , Paul & Sioux City
The Old Reliable Sioux City Route /
LOO MILES SHORTEST ROUTE !
From COUNCIL BLUPFS to
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH ! , or BISMARCK ,
Vnd all points In No'them Iowa. Minnesota and
Dakota. Thii line is equipped with th 1m-
> ro\cd Wegtinjhouse Automatic Air Brake' and
Uiller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
3 unsurpassed. Elegant Drawing Room ted
ileepin ; CaM.owned and controlled by the com-
iany , tun Through With .ut Cbango , between
Jnlon Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs ,
.nd St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Pacific
Transfer Pepot at Council Bluffs , at 6:15 p m. ,
caching Sioux City at 10:20 p. m. , and St. Paul
it 11:05 : a. m , making
JSKTEN HOURS IN ADVANCE or
ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Returning , lca\ Et. Paul at 330 p m , ar-
iviig at Sioux City at 4:15 a m. . and Union
acific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffx , at 9.50
> . m. Be sure that your tickets read via "i. C ,
. V. R. U. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent , Missouri Valley , Ions
' . E. ROBINSON , Ass't Gen 1 Pan. Agent.
J. U. O'BRYAN ,
iouthwcstern Freight and Pasienger Agent ,
iy20-tf Council Bluffs
( , C.ST.JOE&C.B.R.B. ,
la the only Direct Line to
> T. LOOS AND THE EAST
From OMAHA and the WEST.
To change of cars between Omaha , and St. Louis
and but ono between Omaha and New York.
IDC DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Eastern & Western Cities
Vlth less charges and In advance of other lines.
This entire line Is equlpced with Pullman' *
Palace Sleeping Cars , Palace Day Coach-
o > , UUler's Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
3-SEE THAT YOUR TICKET
jtSTVia Kansas City , St. Joseph
/2TJOO andJSt.Louis. ' l
Tickets for sale at all coupon stations In the
. F. \RNARD , A. C. DAWES ,
Gcn'l Supt. , Gcul Pass. & Ticket Ap't
St. Joseph , Mo EL Joseph , Mo ,
W. C. 8EACHBIST , Ticket Agen. ,
11 Fifteenth Street , between Farnham and
Don Iag , Union Block , Omaha.
OS. TEUON , A. R BARNARD ,
Pass. Agent , Omaha. Gen'rl Agent , Omaha.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
JURLiNGTON & QUINGY
rith Emcoth and Perfect Tmfc , Elegant Pas-
denger Ccaches , acd
'ULLMAN ' SLEEPIHC _ & DINING CARS
tis acknowledged by the Frets , and all who
travel lUcr it , 10 be the Best Appointed and
Best Managed Bead in the Country.
5ASSENGERS GOING EAST
Should bear in mind that this Is tbe
JEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points East , North and Northwest.
Passengers by this Route hai e choice of
OUB DIFFERENT EOTJTES ,
.nd the Advantage of Six Daily Lines of FaUcs
Sleeping Carj from Chicago to
Jew York City thout Change ,
ill Express Trains on this line are equipped with
the Wcstinghouse Patent Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and
Couplers , the most Perfect Pro
tection Against Acci
dents in the world.
'ULL'/AN ' PALACE SLEEPING AND D'NING CARS
Are run on the Burlington Route.
Information concerning Routes , Rates , lime
Jonncttion ? , etc. . will be cheerfully given by
pplying it the office of tha burllngton Route ,
13 rourteentn btrcet , Omabs. Nebraska.
: . E PERKINS , D. W. HITCHCOCK.
Gen'l Manager. Gen. Wesl'n Pass Ag't.
. 0. PHILLlf PI , St. Joe. , Mo.
General Agent , Omaha.
II. P. DUEL ,
: p5-dly Ticket Agent , Omaha.
If fn ( DOn perdiy at home. Samples worth
) J lU fpZU ? 5 free. Addrcsa Stinson & Co. ,
artU-d , Maine.
That Acts at the SameTim&on i
THE UVER , ' .
THE BOWELS ,
and the KIDNEYS.
I Thcso frrcat organs are the Mtrml deans-
3 or ? or ths system. If they work well , health
S will b - perfect : If they become cloned ,
I TERRIBLE SUFFERING i _
H nnioasnes. ? , Hcsdade , Drsp piUt Jnt ?
2 dice , Constipation and Piles" or KIb
j ner Complaints , Crarel , Diabetes *
| Sediment In the Urine , JUlky/
ji or Eopi Trine ; orBiea r - *
'matic Pains and Aehe , \ _ ,
arc developed becauM the blood Ispoleoneil
with the hrmors that shoul < J.haTO-lieea
pcUcd naturally , -'f f -
i T ; 111 res tore the healthy action andallthete
i tlcrtroyln ? evils will tie banished ; neglect
thrm and yon will live bat to inner.
A n T-iiiadd one more to < tbe number. Take U
V/liy suffer longerfromthe torment
aching baclc ?
Why bear such distress from Con *
| ct-patlon and Pile * ?
Iviiy I - be 30 fparful because of dl
| orJcretJtirlno ? - < _
| KinxsT-'WoRT will cure you. Try a pack
. * "
[ r eu once and hesatlsfled. 3
. dry Tesetabte compound ait
; - Itrjyy&t Juu U , or ted get U for I
s Iizsi i tyon Jcrt J ft. .Price , (1X0.
W4C9. , " '
CIIDC s , BronchiH ;
0 U fl L Asdiinn. Cuiisuniption ,
And ALL DISEASES of the Throat and Lungs.
Put Up in Quart Size Bottles for Family Use.
DOS THE DECEIVED by unprincipled dnlcrs who try to palm off tpon imf
. Rock and Rye in place cf oorTOLU ROCK and RYE , which Is the only MM'-
ICATED article made , the GENUINE Bavinir a GOVERNJIEST STASH' en each bottle.
Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenu :
TREASURY DEPARTKE > T , OFFICE OF INTERNAL RtVEXUK. >
n JbBuaioy , 1 > . f. , J.uu.iry 28 , 1SSO. f
Messrs. LAWRENCE 4. MARTIN , 1111 Midison St. , Chiesgo. 11 8. :
OrML > Mi > : I ha % e reieivt d a ' ccitlflfd formula' Rjvliu the inirrcJieiits and nlatha rr portions
tions used in the manufacture of an artlclo whiciy > ua-l etti'eand uuder the came f "TOLU-
ROCKand RYE. " This compound. accordirg t'oor iuiauli , in the cpiulcn tf thimffice w. ul.l
have a rufBcient quantity of tte BALSAM OHOLl V nait IItte ao\ait c'C Mcril J lo thw
article in pectoral complaints , while the nIi anlSjirp cimtitute an umiliU-n rtndciirg tin
compound an agreeable remedy to the ictunL
la the opinion cf thu office , on atticle c < mpotic'fd scrcrOiue t > tLi formuU may p cperly I o
clissed as a medicinal pieparat'cn under the Monsiut s f jxhidulc Afnll < in eili. n 3/17. U. S.
Revised Statutes , andvhcn rosUmred uia ; bosc'd rj Liu iLti , Apotbtcaretf , nj Other r i5o * < <
without rendering them liable to iy fietiil t , , asl c.u nia'r ! .
YouraRespeclfulh , ( sipjert ) GREEN. B. IAOM , Commissioner.
Lawrence & Martin , Chicago , Site A ntg fcr tke Li 1 cd tiitt * eml Coraila , & > ' . ! bt Dri'i-
Kis's , Otccerlej and General DtalciseTeiywhere. Vifco'ttalc \ rntlfrMb .fcTtELE , JOh > SON W
CO. . nillsupply the trade at c anufacturers pric
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY > < riHS COUNTRY.W1U-
SEE BY EXAMINING THIb MAP , THAT THE
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R ,
. , . . . . j ereat '
. \Vc t I SALOON wnersyou . your
Qeneseo.Mollne. Rock Irland. DarenpurtVc
- I at all hears ol tbo day.
Liberty , Iowa Oty.MareuiK-o.llrooklyn.Urlnnell , the Ml w > - .
DC * Moines ( the capital of Iowa ) . Stuart , Atlantic Jlatmiacent Iron lirfjjci span .
e& 1 !
i > <
tic , and , Avoca ; with branches from Duru and Missouri rivers at all points cru Con net. H.c.'i ; ,
Junction to Peorla ; Wilton Junction toS'usca- line , and transfers arc
tlte. WashlnRton. Falrfleld. Eldon. Uelknap , Knn-as City. Loavenworth. and Atchuor . Ou i-
Cenirevllle. Princeton. Trenton. Gallatln. .ame- oectlons belnemade In Union Depot *
. . . CONNECTIO > ,
It. It. >
and Kaavis City THK PlllNCIPAl.
ran. Leavenworth , Atchlson , : LINK AHC ifi
Washington to Sipourney. Oskaloosu , and Knoif THIS GKEAT TllllOUUll
Tlllo : Keokut to 1'aralncton. Bonaparte. llen-
. At cnicAUu.wltb. all dlverglcz
tonsDOrt , Independent , Eldon , Ottumws. Eddy-
' . , and Des Molaes : Eaut and South.
TllleOjkaloosa , 1'clln.Monroe
. wlththeL.3. JtM.SJim ,
AtKNui.Ewooo , -
Newton to Monroe t Uc % Moines to
Wlnierset : Atlantic to Lewis nnd Audubon ; and Ft. W.&C.ILRds. ' _
With l'.v O * 9k
. HEiaHTS ,
A oca to llarlan. This Is positively the only AtWASIII.NGTOX
Railroad , which owns , and operate * a through L. H. .
. At LA HALLI. with llL Cent. R. R.
Into tbe State of Kan as.
line Through Express Passenger Trains , with Pullman AtPi.ORtA.with P. K. AJ.s 1 * . D.4E.V a A
. . . and T. 1' . * W. Hds.
man ? alace Cars attached , are run each way dally W. : 111. Mid. : " & . 'tr t
and PEOP.IA. KANSAS Crrr. At HOCK ISLAM ) , with "Milwaukee
between CHICAGO ' '
COOhCIL HLDrFS , i.EAVEX\VOHTn and ATCHl- Island Saort Line , " and Itock If I'd A 1'eCf. .
with the Davenport Iff9
SON. Tbrough cars are also run between Miau - At DAVENPORT ,
lee find Kansas City , via the "Milwaukee and C.M.&St-P.K.K ,
Rock Island ShoLine. . " At WESTLIBKHTV. with the DC. K. & r > J ,
The "Great V ock Wand" Is masnlflcently . with DM. * tD K. . < J
equipped. Its road bed H simply perfect , and its A t DES llOI.vti. . . '
. At COUNCIL BLUFFS , with Union Pacifier.
tracils with ttccl
laid mojt will be the pleasure At GMAUA. with U. & Mo. H. It. K. in IS9C-
What will please you
. . . , vJl
overtun AtCOL0MBUSJtfNCri < ) X.wllblC.H.Sr <
of enjoying your meal * , while paving
of Illinois nnd Iowa. In one of At OTTCMWA. witn Central Iowali.il
. _ r. . A . It. Kds.
magnificent Dining Cars that accompany all Et. L. A Pac and Q.
our with . Pco-AWnr. : > ' .tUi. i4
Trains. You cct nn cntlro At KEIIKUK. ToL. -
Through , good Express b served In nny Qrst-cUss hotel , L < iur * . Pac and St. Ii.Keo.4 N.-W.K KP
meal as as
. At CAJIEUON , with IL St. J It. K.
forseventy-ttve ceuu. . with Atch.Tcpeki * bair n
the fact that a majority of the At ATCUiaoX.
Appreciating apartments for different A ten. A Neb. and Cen. Hr. U. P. 1U lids.
people prefer separate
. with Kan. PacJri '
thi Immfnnt * i * ufiircr bnlno * At LniVEKWoUTll. -
< nrt i ?
xmrT o * e .
. . lids.
this line warranting It ) , wo art * plrasea to an Ceni.lt.
nonnce tbat tb'ts Company runs I'ulimanlace At KA > SAI CITT. with all lines lor thf
bltffina Cart for sleeping purpose' , and Palace and Southwest.
rm.T.MAJT IAT.ACC CAKH arr run throuicb to rEOniAL I > KH MQJM
COUNCIL MJLTJPFS. KANSAS CITY. ATClUflO.f , unil I EAVkxWORTII.
Ticket * Tla this J.lnc , known i > the "Orrat Hack Island Jtuntc , " nrc 10"
all Ticket Agent * In tbe United htute ami Cunada.
Far Infonnutlon not olitaluiiMc ut jour homo ticket office , addres * .
A. . IiIlV-n8At-C. . JB. ST. JOHJJ- .
tien'l SuperlntcnUcni. Uen'l Tkt. and Pass'i
FURNITURE , BEDDiNG , FEATHERS , .
And everyrning pertaining to the Furniture an-1
"Upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THS
1208 and 1210 Farnham Street
tp Si mon
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
IE1 O IB ± 88O.
MANUFACTUREblY P. P. MAST & CO. , SPRINGFIELD , 0.
They also make Buckeye Improved Iron Itefim Walking
Cultivator , vata -without Springs.
The New Force Feed Buckeye Drill , one or two Horse Style.
Enquire for them at the best dealers.
E H. PTOH. Gen. Agent , Omaha , fleb.
A new surf hitherto unknown remedy for all
dlseves ot the KlAzrya , Bladder , and Uriniry
U will positively cure Diabetes , Gravtl , Drop-
y , Brizht's Diiease , Inability to retain or expcll
the Urine , Catarrh of ihe Blidcer , hlgK , colored
and fcanty urine , Fainiul Crinatln ? , LAJ1E
BACK , General Weakness , ind all IT tickle Ccm-
It avoids intercal medicines , is certain In it
effects and ceres when ncthin * elte can.
For isle by all Druggists or sent ty mail frco
Tlpoa receipt olthe price , 82. CO.
DAY KIDHEY'PAD CO. , PROFRS ,
Toledo , O.
* nd your aidrew tor OT little took ,
s Life was Bared. "
JAilEB K. JSH , tftni
Hear what Ex-Uayor Carrey , an lcfln iti
and prominent citizen of Fiqua , gars :
PIO.CI , O , iMcember 23. 137 * *
Tha Ds. BosAXKOUso.axz Co , fiqus. O. :
OKTttMxs 1 feel under many obligation * to
for tha relief afforded me by the u a of you *
you mvaluablc medicine , Dr. Bocanko's Bhe nuUs
Cure. I bavn betn for cany jrears a tuSs-vr
from Chronic Rheumatism , stiSetic ; at tin. " *
most excruciating filns , and deprinc ; no < l
many nights' sleep. After consulting a ouin ) ax
of physicians and otiUlslnz no relief , I con
tnenceduain your Rheumatic Cara and al ) r
usin ; four bottles , and taldosr the Blood Purtflw
in conneetion with it , I am absolutely cured. ! ; * *
from any pain , ahl to attend to my btuice
resting peri o tly comfortable atDii f.
Respectfully yourt , B. B.O > - T
FREE Vt. BoturJKf * TnsX' * K
Tha Br , Bcwcto H " ii s . &jl
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