Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 22, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 3

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    S Years before thePublie.
THE GENUINE
DR.C.McLANE'S
LITER PILES
* re not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to. " but' In
Affections of the Liver , and in ail Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick Headache - '
ache , or diseases of that character , they
stand without a rival. J
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can betused pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
* * Jmple purgative they are uneoualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
, e.
Each box has a red- wax seal on the lid ,
ththehiirffeEslon.McLANE'S LIVER
f .rfstch wrapper bears the"signa
tures ot a McLA.VE and FLEMING BEO _
* * * Insist upon having the genuine
I * .C.McLANE'S LIVES PILLS , pre
l
pared by v '
FLEMING BROS.7PitteburghPa. ,
The marktt being full of imitations of
the nme JTcZxinc , grilled diflerently ,
but nunc pronunciation.
BOWEL ( OMPLAINTS.
A Speedy and Effectual Cure.
PEREY DAVIS1 BAIN-KILLER
Eu atood tha Ust of FOEtT Tl'li' trial.
Dirtcticnt with tach txiU.lt.
HOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
aceuBeTfrj where to Bell
inl 'lea. ( off . Baklnc Povder
i'UionnK hztracla. etc. , by ( ample , to iamlliM ,
ProlBt sooA 'Outfit tree. People's T aCa , Box
MO. 8t. L
ATTORNEYS-AT-IAW.
. 6TUKOK6. W. W.
. . STURGES & BARTLETT ,
A TTOENtY-AT-LAW-Ko
Omahit. Kel ) .
CHARLES POWELL ,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE oreer 16th and
Barcliam Bib. , Omaha I eb. _
WM. SlulRALJ
TTORNEY AT LAW Campbell' * Block ,
13th Street.bot e nFarnhim and Don * lag.
_ _ _ _ _ _ UMAHA. KfcB.
D. L THOMAS ,
TTORKKT AT LAW Loam j oc y. boy
and e U3 real estate. Boom 8 ' CreUhtoo
A. C. TROUP ,
a TTORJfET AT LAW Office In
V. Block , with George K. Prltchett , " 1M6
frnnhamBt. OMAHA. NEB.
DEXIER L THOMAS ,
A TTORNET AT LAW Cralckwumk I BnlUJ
A. M. CHADWICK ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office 15M FirnhMa
8tr .
et.
_ _ _
A. SfARfzLAKDE
ATTORNKK AT LAW-Cot. 18th and FunhaB. .
WILLIAM A. FONDA.
TTOBKEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
JHL Boom No. 6 , Frenter Block , oppurite Pct
. OWAHA. N
WM. L. PEABODY ,
LAWYER Office In Crelghlon Block , nut to
Pott Office , OUABA , NEBRASKA.
OTABT 7UBUC. OOLLEOTIOK8 MABK
E. D , MCLAUGHLIN.
AT LAW AND JUSTICE OF
AtToRNKY
TrjE PEACE Southeast corner Fifteenth
Douglas bt.
Jj"Colltctliun Promptlv Attcml d
O'BRiEH & BARTLETT ,
Attorneys-at-Law
- - ,
OrnOE-Uoloa RlockrVtacnth an ? Famham
A. L. R031SUN.
A TTORrfEYT LA\V. Rum Crelcbtan
JriBlock. . OMA114 Voh luiil-U
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
VARBACH BLOCK. COR. DOUGISTH STS.
v OUAHA. SEB.
W. J. Connell ,
Attorney-at-Law ,
Office : Front rooms , np etaire , In Hangoom'i
rxw brick building , N. W. corner Fifteenth tad
f trnhata 'Btrcele
3oa * L RKDICR. CUAB R. RBDICK.
REDICK & UEDICK ,
Attorneys-at-Law
- - ,
fipedil attention will be given to all golu
fimlnrt corporation ! ot every deMriptton ; will
jnotloa in al > tlie Courts of the State and tbe
United StaU * . omce , Faroham St , oppoilte
Court nouaa ,
EDWARD W. SIMERAL ,
AT LAW Room 6 Oregt.Un !
ATTORNKY
Bio fc. IB1' . tnil D > iuelM Btreata. noMh
U. F. MAKDERSON ,
TTOtUIET AT LAW 2W Firnrum Street
Omaha Nebraska. _ ' _
PARKE GODWIN ,
AT LAW Itth ud Donjiai
ArroRNKT wlthG W. Poan *
. t RIOHAKDH. O. J. Hcuf
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
Attorneys-at-Law ,
Omen S16 fionth FonrKwth Street.
Only Direct Line "to ! JVanoe ,
CENERALTRANSATLANTIC COMPAN
BETWEEN New York and UarrePier 42.K.R
foot of Morton at. , pier of company.
TraTelm by this line ai old both transit by En
lah railvaj- and the discomfort ot crossing the
bum * lin a email butt
AJiADA , FRJLSOKCTL , Weoneada ; January U
Inoon. ,
AMERUJTJE , B. JOCCXO , Wedneaday FtbrUMf
U a. m. * - -
FKANCK , TRTOILSJ , Wedaeeday , F bmary
,11 a. to.
PRICE OF PASSAGE ( Including wine ) :
TO HAVRE First Cabin , (100 andSO : Second
Oabin6C ; Steerage , J261lnclndinwlns1Deddtof (
LOUISDKBEBIAN.Ajrcnt. C Broadway.N. T.
FRANK K. MOORES , Na ill , Wert Side litb
Btreet , Bet. Famham and Donglag , Next Deere
o U. fl. Ezprcffl Office ( Sign ot Pals id
EAST INDIA
BITTERS !
ILER & CO. ,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS
OMAHA. Well.
A. tew and hflhtrto sskne'wn rtawJy for U
< B a uottt9 Kldn'ys , BlidJcr , aud Urinary
It l 1 ytsitl-rely c&re Di b u , drawl. Drop-
y. fright11 Diti-nr. Inability to rwaiiTor orpin
thoTTrini * Catarrh of he BUdt'sr. . hLrh colored
tadt-cxnty urine , Painful Crmitinc , HM > C
BA.GK , Onnral Wnkuan. and all y aitl Com-
plabtm-
ID eroal oedielnM , U eerta In It
Heti an cnre M i , n nothta t titt on.
ro al y all Dicss\rtB or Bent by VtSl fro
t os rve pt of the price , tiW.
DAY KIDNEY PAD CO. , PROFCS , .
. Toledo , O. .
JH Bd'yosr arfdrtta lor oar hole book.
\Bar a Life mtt Saved. "
„ JAKES E. IBH Ajdt lor Nebraska ,
THE BAILY BEE.
OUAHA PUBLISHING ctfPflOPR.ETORS. .
'tit Forniion , bet. tth and 16A StrttU.
.TERMS OF SrjBSORIPTION ,
1 Copy lyttr , Jn advaneeliortpald ) $8.00
6minVi " ' ' " i.M
? month * " i / " N..2.00
TtME TOBIES- /
THE-MAILS
- .
C , &N W.B.R.,630a. to , SHOp. m.
C. B. & Q S : ' 0 a-'m. , 2:40 p. m.
C. KI I t P R. R6'80 a , m. , SvWp.ci.
0Et Jo * f : SO a. m. ;
5 tlty&P.8:80am. : /
0. P. B. BllWa .
O. & R. V. to Llreclo , 10 . m.
B. * M. B.R,8HO n.
0. &N. W. , 7iW > m.
omos *
0 , &N. W. K.R. , 11 . m. , H pm. .
C. B. i Q , 11 a. in , 830 p. m.
C. K I. & P. , 11 , m , 11 p m
C. B. & fit , lcll am. , 11 p. m.
U. P. R. R. , i p m.
O. k R. v. from Llneoln , IS:10 : p. m.
S City i P. . 11 a. m.
B. til. in Seb..4p. m.
1 o al milla for Statri Iowa leave but one * a
dir , vin.-4.JOa m.
Ofaceoptntrom 12 to 1 p. m. finndira.
THOUA8F HALL roxinuftcr.
Arrival And Departure of
Trains
UNION PACIFIC. '
„
LXATZ.
Dally Exprew. . . . 12:15 p. m. fcjip.ra.
do Mixed 610p m. 434 p , m
do FrrUht. . . .6.30 a. m. l0p. B- .
do < to 8-15a.m. ,1 ! : > 0a.m.
TIME OA.SD OF THE"BUHLtNGTON. .
MATI OMAHA. AUTO OtUIU.
Exprrts3iO : p m. Fxpmi
Mail ofO a. m. Mall .10:00 p. m.
Sundays kxoepted. San-
CHlCAOO.tRO K ISLAND & PACIFIC. '
Uall & 00 a. m. I Mall 10:00 p. m.
Express 3 : < 0p m. I Express..ln:00.m. :
CHICAGO KORTHWESTEKN.
Mall . 'fl : 0 a. m. 1 Mall 7:20 p. a.
Express X:40p.m. : JKrpre B..10:00a. m.
SundajseitepUd
KANSAS C1TY.BT. JOE" & COUNCIL BLUFFS.
LXATB ARRIVE.
Mall 8.00 .m. I Express 7iO , m.
txprew : . . . . 6. Op.m. | M fl 7:28 j.m.
Tbe on i'line running Pullman Sleeping Carl
oat of Omaha to TJuion Depot.
OMAHA & NORTHWESTERN AND 8IOUX
CIT1T & PAOIF.C FA1LROADS.
Expreei 8:00 : a. m | Fxpres4:80 p 'm.
Iallv ExceptBuadijs.
B. & M. B R. In NEBRASKA
Omaha ( I ) ) 9.00 K esrney Jfnt ( U > i.50 m
Platt m'tb ar' 0:25 a ra Blookrlngt nlTJ ( :10am
Eeam Jncar)7S'p tn Ked I loud flv ) 6 : 6 a m
ttwl floud ( jT,7K.'pm PUtt 11/til ( ar ) 4:20 : p m
Om > ha ( rr.4oipm :
REPUBLIC * * VALLEY RAILWAY.
Hasting ( h ) 8:06 : m | Lloom'gton ( arl iOpm
Blwmtnjrton 1:1 p m I Itu'ln ' * ! ( -r)6.Wp ) m
Orleans ( Iv ) 7.-SO a m I Indlantla f r ) 1 Opm
Orleans ( ar ) 7.-00 p m | Iidlanolah ) i.80 pm
8IOUX CITT 18T. PAUL R. R.
M I1 6:10om : I Expresa 10:00 : am
ErprtfB f.lOpml IV all 7-30 p m
WABABH , aT LOTJla & PA WIC.
Mall 9a.m. | M 1I * : Pm. .
BR1DOK DIVISION U. P. R H.
LeAte Ornahn , dally. a m , 6 a. m. , 10 a m. ,
11 a m , 1 p. m. , 2 p. m. , 3 p. m , 5 p. m , , 6 p.
m. .
Uave Coancll Blofh ; 8 : i a. m. , B J a. m , ,
10:26 a m. , 11S5 o , ra , 1 : 6 p m , 2:26 p. m ,
3:25 : p a , 6:85 : p. m. , 6i p. m. ,
Four trips on B icdny , tea\-iru. Otqaba at 9 and 11
a m. . 2 aod p. m ; Council Bluffs at O-.ES ,
llxfi a. m. , and SiU ind f : Si p m.
Leave rmth : 8 a. m. , 7 a. m. , 8'SO a. m. , 1
p m. , 4:60 : p. ra. . 7 6 p. to. ,
L ive Uoano'l B Ufi8 6 16 a. m , , B.S4 a. m. ,
MM a. m. ( 5 p m , 7 00 p. m. , 7 0 p. m.
ItallT i pt SiiDdbr.
OMAAA & REPUBLICAN VAtLEY R. R.
Lsm , auurx
! Urt5a m ,
except Bondayi.
COMMERCIAL.
Omaha Wholesale Markets.
OMAHA , July 31 , 1880.
BUTTER AND EUUH.
< holoetaUe . 1014o
Packers lota . . . . 7@10
Fresh eggs , per dot . 12) )
Honey. . . . . . . . , . * . . . . U
POT/LTRY.
iilokens , per doz . . . . . . . . . ii 25
GEOCERIE8.
8CGABH
CutLoaf . " . 10
Powdered . 10f
Granulated . . . 10 $
BUnd rd"An . Wj
OffA . 10
Extra " 0 ° . 8
8YBUP8.
Eitra choice and Tary bright. . . 60
Bright Table Drips . 45
New Orleans Mc-Uasaes . 50
Market advantlnc.
COKKEK
Rio , prime to ohoi6e .
Rio good to prune . I
Rio fair to good . 1' '
Mocha . 27' '
Choice 84
Good to prime 7Ja7J
URtEDtHUlTU. '
New Prunes
OldPrnnea - .
CurrantBchoio new 7 <
BUdcB iSe 12i
IUspb m 8 SS [
Pitted cherricB 2u
Mlohigan grid Apples 8
N. Y. Bhoed * 9
Evaporated " 64
SUM P aob c 8
'S ltLake Peaches " 15
Calif ornlaPeaohei. . 16
CANNED GOODS.
" 3"OvEt rt , 2 ft cans , J ? case. . 3 70
do do 1 Ib cnnp rcase. . . 240
LigU'Weignt OystersS Ib case 2 80
Salmon , lib , Vdown 176
do 2B > , .tfdoz8n 2 b6
Standard TomatOM,2 Ib , I ? wuw 2 80
" " 8 Ib , ca * S 00
Standard Peaohee-3 B > , t ? cauT. 4 40
" " 2 ! b , case' 3 40
Raenberries , 2 Ib , $ case. 300
Blackberries , 2 Ib , ? case 380
Corn , 2 Ib.tf case 380
Apples , Gi , dot 8 75
Narrow Fat PeaB,2 Ib , 1 ? ewe. . 4 00
String Be&DK. 2 tb.per owe. . . . 240
SUNDRIEH.
Nntm ga. . _ 10
Pepper .7. 17'
AiUpico 17
Cloves. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 *
Coaeia 26
Hvipe . * . . .
Candle * , 16oz
Grenwichl yep rIcMe 3 86
Beans.per bushel. " 1 80
CbteM full cream 114
UUA.SB.
Window Glass , 60 per cent , discount -
count off list.
HARDWARE.
IRON.
Common bur 3
Horse-shoe bar 4
Norway nail rod. - 9
BTEKL.
Cwtplow 9
Am. cast , tool 18
Jes'pVEneT. do 35
Tens , upwards. . . . . . . . . . . 6 CO
' ' ' 890
B'rd'dVshoe'ff .
" mnle" . 6 SO
Omaha naihi tens , upwards. . . S 60
Nw'str'ihn . 2880
Pntnnm nails . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . 28@SO
' DRYOOO B.
BBOW COITONB.
Atlantic "H" . 7f
uv J- trpn f. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 t
PeupertU " ( T . 71
do "It . . . . , , , . * * . * . * * . 7j
8
10
Nebn k . Standard ' 'AA" , . . . .
UKNIHH.
Amotkeag . 16
Beaver Creek , "AA" . U
do "BB" . 13
Haymakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Palmer . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Otis " 4XA" . 15
do "BB" . 14
do "CC" . 13
Tt UT6TX A kA * 15
do 1313 * * * . 14
do "CCT . 18
BLEACHED COTTOXK.
do Cambric. . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
Oft Dot * * *
Fruitof the Loom . 10
< ewYork Mills . 15
HG1 * Muslin. , . . . . . . . . . * * * * * * * U
XICEIKGB.
Amoskag. . . . . , 13
Fall O. B.O . ' - * >
' do "AA" . . ' . . - . . . " -
u
18
P BINTS.
Albany 7J
Albion 7
Harmony
American. 7
Allen's B 1-2
Allen'sPinks 8
Ancona fancy 7 1-2
Manchester 8
Merrimac 71-2
Merrimac shirtinga 6 1-2
Richmnnds 61-2
R5ohmondsE 71-2
Spragne's 61-2
Simpson's mourning 7 1-2
Simpson's black 7 1-2
STRIPES.
American 10@11
Amoskeajr. 12
Awning stripes 1 < J
LBvritonA , 171-2
.BAmllton 111-2
Omega 11 12
Pittsfirid 1H
LUMBER.
Framing. 18 ft. and under $20 00
Eneh'add. . ft. over 18 , per M . . 50
Fencipg , No. 1,12 to 20 ft. . . . 22 00
" . - , No. 2,12 to 20 ft. . . . 2000
Sheeting , dressed , No. 1 20 00
" " No. 2 19 00
Common boards , dressed 22 00
STOCK BOAEDI.
Astock 4000
B " 3500
C " SO 00
Common stock 25 00
FLOOMNO.
No. Iflooring 4000
No.2 " SB 00
No. 3 " 2500
Yellow piae flooring , No. 1 4-5 00
KDINO
No. Isiding 2500
No. 2 " 22PO
No. 3 " 3000
1-ICKET8.
No. 1 pickets , per M 82 BO
No. 2 " " 2500
FIXIBKIKO.
No. 1 finish , li , 1J , and 2in. . . 55 00
No.l " lin 5000
No. 2 " 1J , li , and 2 in. . 4500
No. 2 " lin 4000
No. 3 " in 3500
SHIP LAP.
Plalnshlplap 2300
OG 'v No.l 3000
" " No. 2 i'5 00
" " Nn. 3
CEIL1.VO.
§ beaded , 6 in. , No. 1 25 00
" r' No. 2 2300
i " 4 and Gin. , No. 1. . . 4000
" " " No. 2. . . 8500
Corrugated ceiling , No. 1 50 00
BHIXOLE8.
A star ( best ) sh ngles 375
No , 2 " 300
No. 3 " 260
Lath 400
Lime , bhl 135
" bulk , perbu 40
Cementbbi 260
Iowa plaster , bhl 2 60
Michigan plaster , bbl 2 75
Hair , per bu 25
Tarred felt. 100 Ibs 300
Straw board , 1 00
O G battens , per 100 ft. lin. . . 1 25
"Wellcurbing HO 00
Rough ) , and 2 in. , in batta ,
per 100 ft. lin W )
P08TB
Cedar hah e , 7 In 18
" 6in 16
" QiwrterSin 16
Oak , 4x4 30
" 4x6 40
O Q oasit g , 5i and 6 in. , per
100ft.lin 300
Oak plank and timber , per M. 4000
Clearpoplor 6000
Black Walnut. 10000
HIDES.
Green hides , p er Ib
Green cured hides 7 :
Dryhidea 15al ?
Dry salted hides I"al2
Sheep Pelta 25al 50
Tallow 4 $
LIQUORS , WINES , ETC.
High winea , per gal 108
Alcohol , 180 per oent. per gnl. 2 10
Fren h spirits , proof 1 18
Marshallshourbonwhisky. . . . I 2" <
Miller's bourbon whisky 1 25
Brandy , very fine , per gal 2 Ottafl 00
" common to fine. . . . 1 SO
Gin , 100 per oent 150
" Holland. 90 per cent 1 M
Rums , mixd Jamaica , per gal. 1 & 0a3 00
" New England 200
Kennedy Bitters per gal 160
" " per case 7 50
" " perlOOcawa 7 0- >
Champane . pints In backetd. 25 00
Domestic champaigns 32 00
Port wine , per case 1 B8a3 00
Sherries t Wa3 00
Aleg. Edlnburg 2 76
" Bass&Ca's 2 ' . ' 5
ftainnass Dublin stout 2 25
LEA I HER.
Beet slaughter sole 32
Best oak 41
French kips 1 IQal 40
French calf , leading brands. . . 1 60&2 10
Domftticklps 76al 10
Dome-tic celfa 1 10.\1 SO
Hemlock upper , ) et foot 25a26
Oak upp r , per foot l-5a 6
Grain , upper per foot. 25
Linings , per do 8 00a9 60
Topplncp , per doz 1100
MorroccK ( bootleg ) per foot. . . 85a 8
" oil dressed ? . 35
" Simon per skin 8 00a3 25
glovokld SO
Boot vfebbinif , per foot 45
HARNESS LEATHER.
No. 1 Pittsburg oak 44
No. 1 Pittsburg oak 42
No. 1 Cincinnati oak 41
No. 2 Cincinnati oak 89
No. 1 hemlock 39
No. 2H nlook S7
COAL-RETAIL.
Anthracite 10 CO
Blossbnrg 12 OJ
jWyoming 8 60
Oakaloo-ft 5 50
Iowa nut 5 00
White Breast 550
Stop that Cough.
If you are suffering with a Cough
Gold , Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fever ,
Consumption , lota of voice , tickling of
the throat , or any affection of the
Throat or Lungs , use Dr. King's New
DiBCOveryior Consumption. This ia
the great remedy that is causing BO
much excitement by its wonderful
cures , curing thousands of hopeless
CASPS. Over a million bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery have been used
within the last year , and have given
perfect satisfaction in every instance.
We can unhesitatingly say that this is
really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections , and can cheerful
ly recommend it to all. Call and get
B trial bottle free of cost , or a regular
size for $1.00. J. K. IshOmaha. (3) ( )
, BucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The BKST SALVE in the world for
Cats , Bruises , Bores , Ulcers , Salt
Rheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Chapp
ed Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
kinds tif Skin Eruptions. This Salve
ii guaranteed to give perfect aatiafac-
tiodjin every case or money re tended.
Price 25 coiits per box. For eale by
8dly J. K. ISH , Omabn.
CHICAGO SHOT TOWER 00.
Manufacturers ol
STANDARD SHOT
3BE"EURZ10BUT1T.
THE BEfeTIN UAREET.
E. W , BLATCOFOBD & CO ,
BdBarLeai ,
- Ifflook Ea , Pipe ana S3U-.r , LIc wi OU
1 and Oil Ctte .
} ' - f OBDZKS SOLICITED.
70 NORTH 'CllHTiJN ST.T
SALTING iMINE. .
TIM BUCKLEY TBLIS HOW HB MIBSED
HIS FORTPNE. ' "
Laidville Chronicle.
"How I mivsed my fortune ? " said
Tim Buckley , with a good-natured
chuckle. "Lordy , I'm afraid you'll
go back on me if I tell yon , for it was
a durnad mean trick and no mistake ;
but I oon't know as yon'll blame ma
when I tell you the facts. He was
rich and I , like many a poor prospec
tor what'a worked and worked and
never gita any ahead , I seed my title
clear to a cool forty thousand , and
just took the bull by the horns and
said "frefl-npl"
Tim gave another chuckle as he
thought over the past , and finally
concluded :
"Me and my partner had been
prospectin' on the headwaters of the
Arkan-ft * , and just made up our
minds we'd strike it or bust Every
body clue around us win ge'tin' rich ,
hand over fist , and th&r w s no par
ticular reason why we shouldn't , we
thought. Leadvilla was just rising
into notoriety , and evtry inch o'
ground for miles around hod been
s-aked out in claims , 6 > tha ? hen B 11
and me Bill was my partner finally
came to the o ncuiiion that we'd go to
mimn' , too , thar wai no room for us
any n here except to do the next best
thing and strike the Arkansas. We
dug an incline into a hill , ani at the
end of the first werk we'd run ft
hole eleven feet deep. The indica
tions were just tip-top , and wbtn we
packed our burrer on Saturday after
noon , our pockets filled with speci
mens that bout anything 'he Robert
E. Lee ever turned out all hullow for
looks , wo was just about the two hap-
piojt raortrfh that ever went into an
assay shop.
"Well , the ntsay panned out eleven
outicej , which was a sort of damper on
our feelin's , of ouurao , but concludin *
that by next Saturday we'd run it up
to fifty or a hundred , wo wentbaokto
our claim and pitched it atrain for all
'twas out. Next Saturday we went
back to town aga'n to have another
assay made , and it was 'levin ounces
again.
"We felt mad when the assayer told
us ; made up our minds hd was no
good on earth at his trad * , and 8 > t
urday we pegged back to our claim ,
deter mined tu go to a man what un
derstood his business next time we
wanted an assay made.
"Wo did try anotner the followin'
Saturday , but it wag no use. It was
'levin ounces just the mine.
"Wu kept workin' away like good
fellows two weeks more , and had got
the hole all of sixty feet into the lull ,
when we left for town and just lot the
durned pruspecthole go to thunder.
" 'Leven ounces was no showing at
jail , and ruther than work another
week with never any better indica-
ti ns developing , we just made up our
mind * to stirve to dea'.hfor in the end
it was ul > the smo anyhow.
"Ab usuil , 1 stopped in at the hotel
Sunday af moon , aud while lookm"
over the papers in the readin' room I
litftrd two m n talkin1 together back
o' me abc ut mines and aa how one o'
them would like to ait hold of an In
terest in a Rood payin' loda for some
eastern cap'Ulists. '
"I don t kuotr what gave me the
tbe idea , but it came oil of a suddiu'
l.ke ; an' fixin' the rain's face on my
mind I passed out of tne room and
tock a walk up Fryer hill to think the
ruat'er over.
"What I concluded to do was this :
Salt the mine , take the fel.ow up io it
and Sfll it to him , make or brake.
"I rcaue a bee line for the Little
Chief mine and failed rny pockets with
ore , takine just aa much aa I oou.d
lusj off. The ore looked for all the
world like the ore in our mine , and on
nrriviu' there I at onoo pet to work
s'ickm' pieces into crevices nlid patch-
in' up tbe walls of the tunutl. until
the hole looked for all the wmil like
the bfut payin' lead in the state. Tndn
I returned.
" uxt raorniit' I returned early to
the hotel and introduced myself to
Mr. Bitters. Told him I had stru.k ,
it nch and would fell out for sixty
thousitid dollira. I finally induced
him to visit the mine.
"He set to work sprdadia * a news
paper on the ground and began to pick
wliera I'd told him. He folded it
carefully up and we rode back to town ,
where we h-id an assay made. It gave
two hundred ounces , which set him
wild with dtlight.
' For that momant you never need
a fellow stick so close to another , as
Bittora did to me. He waa afraid I'd
sell the mine to somebody else before
he oould git a chance to buy it , and he
beg < m to watch every strp I took
Nothing would do but I had to go to
his room W'th him aud drink and oat
tha best'there was in tha hotel. Then
hebegAn to make proposi-ions , offer
in * ? me the forty thousand dollars.
"I told him I couldn't of tikiog
less than six 7 thousand , half o' that
to Bill and thuty thousand to go to
me ; but ne urged so hard that bnally
I said I'd see Bill and find out what ha
thought about it.
"So Bill was culled , and being
posted , he thought as how perhaps
we'd better take it , is it waa a cash
transaction.
"Yes , said I ; if it's a oajh sale I
gueesed , too , we'd take it.
"Bitters said of course it was cash.
and right then and there he pulled
out his wallet and fixed up the papera ,
which Bill and I signed with the un
derstanding that the money was to be
paid over the next day and everything
straightened up.
"The next day came , and a I walk
ed into the hotel I seed Bitters sitting
thar , waiting for me.
"A ? I WAS about to go where he sat ,
one fellow spoke np out of the crowd ,
loud enough fcr every one to hear :
'Hello , Tim , I understand your mine
assayed ' ( even ounces to the ton , the
other day ? '
"You never seed such a look on a
man'jb face SB that on Bitters' when he
imrd that rom irk. I tried to laugh it'
off , but it was no go. He had begun
to smell a mouse and insisted on an
other assay being made ; and durned
if he didn't make me take him back to
the mine and let him have hia own
way in picking his specimens. I
knew the game was up ; and sue
enough there was that assay of 'leven
ounces again.
"Thavs how I missed my fortune , "
concluded Tim. "It was a dnrned
mean triok , I'll admit , but old Bitters
could 'have lost that forty thousand
and never missed it , while I was on
" * e
btdrock. t
Plant Forest Troea.
Olmtand Leader.
The la'eat report of thetcomaai -
eioner of agriculture contains some
statements of the comparative- value
of farming and timbered lands' , show
ing that the l Uer evince a tendency
to advance in priee mpro rapidly than
cleared tracts. "Tnis is one result of
the wastefulness and , destruction in
forests which have characterized the
settlement of the country. Large
tracts have been swept of valuable
forest treei , which were piled np to
diy and then burped , as the cheapest
way of gethng'rid of , ; > natural pro
duct , whieh cost nothing origirally ,
but , ojiee , lost , cannot be restored
without lena ; years of patient"waftingr
Th consequenc * ! xrf.ttiat , hort-iifht-
ed pol oy are 'already 'iniking 'tb mi
salros feltnot alone'in tbe-scarcity
and enhanced valu of lumber , ' but
also in the dryitag of irynviu and , io
seme loea itiet , . completely eh aging
the climate of the ? countiy.J Jn aadt-
tipn to the ravages noon forCst treai
toade "by short-inghti'd ' ettlen , th
railroads of the country are conaum-
Ine timber at an enormous rate.
The demand for ties alone is enough
to thre ten every forest in the country
with de truction , and the consump
tion of fuel by wood-burning locomo
tives forms another exhausting drain
upon timbpr resources. The ombined
result of wastofulnm and increased
d mand for timber. t s and fuel will
soon bring the United States to th
condition of certain portions of Europe -
rope , where the forest trees are con
sidered of more value than any farmer
or garden product' . Even in our own
country the want of timber has been
so keenly felt in some localities that
premiums hi the form of exemption
from taxes have been offnsd for the
encouragement of planting forest trees
for the purpose of improving the
climate ; and their oat'ivation hai been
found profitable for the farmers in thu
surplus p'oduct B < Id. Iowa , Neoraeko ,
Dakota and other prairie stam and
territories have found it almost indie-
pensible that fortsttn-es shou'dbe ' cul
tivated , and the legiflttur.s of thogi
regions have mtuIIy paid the farmeis
For lrokin aft-tr their own interests
What is need i in this count y ie. a
national commis ion tif forestry with
power to tnf rio lawa for tha jreser
VHtion and propaga'ion < f foreu trees.
Congrats shi.uld tnact a law compel
ling owners of farnn to s'tapm a cer
tain proportion of their lands for tim
ber reservations , and require tht
whenever one trea ie felled , in such
iract , two shall be planted to sup h
its place. If any bttter provision than
the one suifeeBtei oin be devised let
it be made ; but the sooner tlm matur
Is taken in hand by the government ,
JIG better it will ba for the o uu'ry.
The early ( -ettlers of the E'giernaid
NliddTu etflt-s , gener He , were edu
cated in the ide < t thai furrac timber is
nuisance , one ( if the curses snnt
upon Adam's sons for the sin of dis-
bedioi ciind that the si oner and
more effectually they could get rid of
it the more fai hfully were fiey ful-
llhuf ? tho'r ' destiny. Ihst is an
Hroneous idea which the"govomment
is allied on to correct.
The character of the timber to bo
cult.v.itcd dep-nds largely on the nature
turo i f thoaud and cltiimte ; tiutevtm
in these mattern uxpt-rienco may
prove some of the pn-va liaij notions
io be erroneous. In thu eastern and
middle statta the black vnlnut is tn-
dig-noui as well a ? the hickory , oak ,
cht-stnut , maple and b iob , a 1 of
which are valuable in the manufacture -
ture of lumber f nr VHrious purpous ,
from flue cabinet ware to ship building
The fruits of the walnut , hickory and
chestnut are of ihemstlvcn sufBcieutly
valub'e to make the crop hignly
profitable. Whitewood might be
preferable in somu localtsiea and pinj
ir spruce in other * , in the cool moun-
: ainou5 region ! " , for example , Wnat
trees to plant will be determined by !
ircal iofluonccn To plant itomu a > rtj
of foroat trees and keep up the supf
ply of timber ohould bo ineistod oil
by the governmi-ut. I
A Longr Negeot ] damily. .
WT. VKRKON , 0. , July 14. In the
T 1854 Madieon Robiaon wai mdr-
rid to Hattie , daughter of Authnny
White ; three children , a i'H ' , were
rn to the i , nnd in 1S59 Robisoji
ctarted for Pike's Peak to make a for
tune , leaving his family behind. For
four years IHI tars were received rsta-
brly from him , but their arrival be
came lacs frequent , and finally ceased
altogether. Time rolled on , and no
tidings being received frnru the ab
sent one , the wife and relatives
me to the conclusion that ho
hud fallen a victim to Tndiiu
bullctg or the knife of an a iwsin.
Tim hand of the wife WBB sought in
marriage by a former lover of her
yonth , and she finally yielded to his
solicitations and was wedded to htm
fourteen years after her first husband
bad been given up as dead. They at
onttaraiu' ved to lowaaud settled near
Teenr b , in that * ntB. The long-lout
It bucm nrrivod to-day , after an ab-
senao of twontv ono y ars , and , seek
ing out eome relat v-a , learned for tbe
firat time of hia wife's second mar-
ige. He gave a 1 > ng ao--uijt of his
vflla and adyentuies. Aftere ) ying
Pike'a Pek he vpvnt to Oala , British
Columbia , and ffora thence to New-
Zealand and Australia. A few yeirs
ng > he returned to this country , and
claims to have written to his wife , but
received no reply. When the Lead-
villa excitement broke out he woa
among the first to locate in that min-
camp , and by a ttreaV of grind for
tune , has amassed over $250,000. Co
learning t'tat his wife w i now a wi'jow
tier eo"nd bujbind having diri , hw
de artud for Iowa to reoMrn her. He
ad he knew his f ra ly have had a
rd time during his absence , but h&
now prop' aea to make them comfort
able for life.
Not So In ocant us Ha deemed.
"Want topliy a paraeof saven-up ? "
kfd one of our citizens of attr-mg r
who was reading a pap r in a Pneb'o
( Oal. ) saloon recency ' ! don't oare , "
he si wly remarked. The game went
on sing'e lunded for a while , the
B'ranger loaing all the time. Present
ly two other citizens took a hind , and
still fie atrang- lost It h-id already
o > t him a ojuplo of dollars for drinks ,
and , as he took up the cards to deal
after paying the bill , he simp'y ' re
marked that luck would change even
tually. He dealt und looked at his
cards. "I'd like tu bet 810 on this
hand. " he said ; "and if wa
were playing poker I'd do it. "
"You wonlu ? " Baid one of the
players. "Yes , I believe I would , "
replied the stranger. "Di cjrd , and
I'm with you , " sxid the other. The
other .liyers threw down their hindi
and Wdtcrud the new turn of affairs.
The draw won given , and the atranver
planked hia 810 down upon the table.
His opponents covered it with four
more tens , and the stranger increased
the pile to $200 , when the otlur
player called for a sit > ht. The stran
ger Lid tbe cards down upon the ta
ble , face up. There were four acea
and a king. The other man had four
queens and a jack. It broke up the
social game , but the boys could not
help but notice the peculiar smile that
twitched around the corners of the
stranger's month as ha asked tog
crowd up to lake "Pint-thing.
Flnor Wool.
St. louls Stockman.
Touching tha claim of some eastern
journalists that finer qualities of
wool ara in demand and should be pro
duced by wool growerg , to which we
havt given publicity in our columns ,
in the interos's ' of free discueaion ,
The Wool Growers' bu letin savs : We
* liva in the fine wool sect on. Eis'ern
buyers are vontinnttl y t ling firman
that they should raise mora superfine
wool. There are still a few Saxony
flock * scattered through th section of
country wher * "Ohio , Penna. and W.
V . " wool is grown. When buyers
come to these they ssy : "Why do
you not raise more of this ? ' The
farmer soon tells him , "tooiuig you
do not pay enough for it. " Jf be is
the , owner of the Saxony
clip he continues : "You go
around. and buy up tne
heavy , greaay wool , piying nearly aa
much for it as you offer fcr my wool ,
.while it weighs 6 and 7 pounds to th <
fleece , and miae dtss not weigh erer
half of this. " It tsthe same old story ,
manufacturers will not piy the differ
ence ; By this system of buyjng they
hava don * much toward corrupting
tile ways of ; "wool-growers of ton
send mcifi grease and dirt to m rfcff
thin wo l AB to growing TOGM da-
l ine wool ; curfanners re do ng this ,
but now how much diffcraoca is thwro
in the quotations of clothing and de-
Jaine or combing wools , and A3 to me
dium wools , thev come from croste' ,
a kind of bastard stock , neither coarse-
nor fine , and to raise which of course
ruins both the fine and the comb ng
flock , and la a continual grating upon
the fnenaitiv * natures of our sheep
breeders.
rovn MXRSM ir ev r un tb sUrt to find
treoh fields to work , hat they nevtf Itat'&to a
worthless article. Prof. Oullm tte' Fitnch
Kldnej P > d wag bronzht oai about ten j-ears
to. mil since then a hort of ch. D without
skill or ooniclence hnvi rnnzbt to Imlitte It by
many worthies affairs ; but a dlrnraliintl g
public will hold "fa-t to thit whi h id tod. .
and the On Imette Pad mote lh nhnd < lt own
Itcnregall kldn } rilv&iCg and s ' conU wherr
mcdtdoe oWn fall ) , Aak you diujgUt ( I this
not s
If jou ar a suOerer from any UI * iV ol the
kidneys try Prof Oullm tt ' > r nch Kldtwy
Pad , and take no ol * > cr. It will oar * you.
PERMANENTLY COKED OF
PILES.
Hon. G. H. Rice , 1st * railroad commis
sioner I Vermont , writes :
MILTON , Vt. 8 rr . 16.I hare t * n a
ijre.it a fferoj- from pllea , baring bad it in
its blind phase for yearn. About two
years &jrr > , when the msewe began to a -
mme the leading form , I tri-d "Kliinev-
Wort. " and used about half doz n pack
ages , which I I elieve effected a p rmanent
cure. From my own experience and ihat
of others I am acquainted W'th , I became
catiafied that the Kidney-Wort poweseJ
remarkable virt 'to , and probably should
jjwe purcha dd mi interact in iti sale had
I been po ifestfd of sufficient meana.
Truly ,
yours
o ; H. face.
AN OPEN
AMONG THE LADIES
The brilliant , fascinating
tints of Complexion for which
ladies strive are chiefly arti-
Iclal , and nil-who Trill take the
trouble may secure them.
These roseate , bewitching hues
follow the use of Hagau's Mag.
aolia Balm a delicate , hann
less and always reliable article.
Sold by all druggists.
The Magnolia Balm conceals
rcry blemish , removes Sal-
lowness. Tan , Kedness , Erup
tions , all evidences of excite
ment and every imperfection.
Its effects arc immediate and
o natural thatno human being
can detect its application.
Ask tba recov
ered dyspeptics , ! II-
! on BUfforcrj , vic
tim * ot fe < r ad
sue , the mercurial
disused patient.
lOff hy recovered
health. cheerful
plilts and good
ppetlto ; they-will
.ell you hy uk-
0/SlHMONtt' LIVER
RRSUIITOR.
The Cbejpeat. l'urv and Best Family Mudl-
tli In the World.
ForOYHPEPHIA , CONSTIPATION , Jaundice
IMllous Attatfe. . 1IOK HEAPAOHK. Couc. De
areaslon of Spirits , S00R STOMACH , Hr
Barn , Etc. . Etc.
ThlB unrivalled Southern Remedy Ia warranted
not to contain a single particle of MHHCCRT , or
&nv Injurious mluaral BubsUncu , tint la
Purely Vegetable ,
cuufalnlng those Southeru Koota and Herbs ,
which an all-wuo Providence hag placed ID
countries uhera Liver Disease most prevail. It
will cuie all Dlfaanca canned by Doranxement of
.lie Liver and Knwelu.
THE Sr.'IPTOMS of IJver C uipUiut arc a
Jitter or bad ta e In the mouth ; r-aln In tlie
Hock.-'kka or Jolnts.o'tw i mistaken forKheuraa-
tUm ; Sour Htomach Lo t of Appo'ittBowls ;
ft te nately costive and lax ; Headache ; Loss of
Memory , with a pilnful actuation o ( bavin ? fall
ed to do Boroothln ? whlcb ou bt t < > hive beci
done Debility. Low BplrlUL ix thick yellow ap-
s r DC6 of the skin and Byrn , a drjr CoUKli of
ten miatakeu fur Consumptlou.
Eooictlniea man } of ihe o symptoms sltcnd
hedistase. ai othera very fewhut ; the Liver , the
nrt-ist orirati In the body. 1 < ijcaorilly tha seat
of the riis oiaud if not reflated In time.ifreat
suffering- , wretchedness and death will eniue.
I canra'ouimondasan etfloclous remwly for
llscafo of UIB Liver , Ifrarthuru and Dyspepsia ,
Simmons' LU-r Rcirnlaior. Lewis O. WundiT ,
W1& Mi-stor Street , AeslatiOt Post Master ,
Fblladalpnla.
" e h tve teeted ito virtue * , rersonally , and
< now that for Di-weF a. Bllllou ness. and
rhrobblng Headache , tt Is tbo b el medicine the
orld e\er saw We have tried forty other
remedies before Hmmons' Liver Rey l tor , but
lone of them iravo un more than temporary re
ef : bi-t the Regulaiur not only relieved , Ira
ired ni _ " Editor Telnripb an l Mrgs mrer ,
Mvon. Oa.
ONT.T ET
J. H. ZEILIN & CO. .
PHILADELPHIA. PA.
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Serve an Inunction on Disease
By Invifforxtinj a f < Wo oonstltatlon , rsnovat-
In ; n debilitated phiskruo , andenrLhtn ? a thm
and Innnrrrio'iS drouutUn witn Host it r'a
Stomach Bitters , tbo finest , t > - most highly
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This cut represents o r
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vhfeh ii partienlariy
adapted to Wind Mill
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and throws a ecnrtant
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prcelisr
*
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i
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uro
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reaching "loux Cltat 10:20 p. m. . and BU Paul
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FS BOWELS.
and the KIDNEYS.
they
TOre
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f-dlntret In the TJrfne , BIUT '
or 50P7 rriB n or Bhcn-
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APPETIZER SURE CUR
For COUGHS , COLDS , BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA , CONSUL - ' >
TION , and all Diseased of the THROAT and LUNGS.
The tu t a * plaM * prepintiun in the kisown wnr.d By jdiling toTOLU BOCK ml RYE * . .
Lemonjul'-e. you h ve ueselIentAppetlzer nd Tonic. furten-ril and family u-c. r .
Iromei'fe and I T" ? lnir M ! S "nd ttcnnnieroua Its imonul * rcicitvl dai' ' > ar the boot ulrti. . |
of Its 'Irtuisuuil pui ul&'itv.
Put up in Quart Size Bottles , giving More for the money than
any article in the market.
PAIITIflM . . .DON T BE DECEIVED by uiiprinalple.1 d al ra who try to palm off \.p.iTi. .
UrlU I I Dili common Rock and Rye in place of our TOLU ROCK and RYE , which U . .o
only MElilCATED artl.-Ie made , the OEXl INK Bavin ? a OOVERNMKNT STAMP on * ach bflUlf
Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenu" :
TREASURY DEl'AKnJEVT. OFFICE OF INTERNAL Ri.VKNll- >
Wjuni.toio * . 13. C. , J niury 28 , 1JSO. T
Ktttn. LAWBKNCE * MARTIN , 1111 Mad'ion St. , Chleigo , M'i. .
OKjrL'MS.x : This compcund. In the opinion of thUotflce. would have a aiuficient qiuntlti
! * BAI S\M t'F TOLU to nl\e it all the a h.in-are tun } ia thU anido lu pectoral cumphl ' .
while the vhUkyard the qymp con tltutc an cmulninn reiulerlrit 1C an agreeable rooiftljta HHI
L&t nt. CnmpuunJedaccbr las tu thornni'.i , it nn\ properly be clas-eilaa a MEDtGV41t
PKEPARATIO under the prjvl.iois m U. H tiw.l SUtt-tw. uid when noiUmpfU , tray 1.1
sold by DruigUts , Anothe r and Oth r Pw n itr.ou. r nileiin them Uabl < i to par rf nl
Mt a > liquor < ! ei ! r8
Your ) Rfsin-ctfully , ( Sliti.e n OBESN. B. BAUM.Commlselonpr
LAWRENCE & MARTIN. Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DRUGGISTS , GROCERS and DEALERS everywhere
WHO 18 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CFOCRAPHY O rHJS COUNTRY.
SEE BY EXAMINING THIb MAP. THAT THE
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK 3
It * main line runs from Chicago .o Council i
Liberty. Iowa CitT.Maron o , Brooklyn , ( irlnnell.
Peg Molnes ( the captUI of Iowa ) , diuaru Atlan
tic and Avoca : with branches from Ilur iu
Junction to Peorla : Wlllon Junction toMu ca-
Ute. Washington. Folrtold. KMon. Uolknap.
CentroTlllp. Princeton. Trenton. Gallatln. ' " me-
rnn. Leavonworth. Atchlson. and Kaasiu City ;
Waehlngton t Sl ournt < 7. Oskaloosa , and Knox-
Vlllo ; Keokuk to K rmlnru > n , Itonaparte , Uen- i
UiDSDon , Indepcnrtflnt , Klilon. Ottumws. Eildy-
Tlllo , O9kikl < x > 3a. Pelln.Mnnroe. and Dca Molnos :
Notrtoo tu lloaroe ; Det Molnea to Indlannla and
Wlnl retj AUunttj to L wla and Audubnn ; and
A "oca to IlarUn. Tnu la positively the only
Railroad , which own ; , and operate * a through
line from Cnlrufto Into the St-it of Kansas.
Thronjih Expre * * I"a 6eneer Train * , wltn Pnll-
m&n "aloce Can attached.areruu each waf dally
between CniCAQO nnj I'KOHIA. KASHAS CITT ,
COUNCIL BLUFTB. j > rAviswoiiTii and ATCHISON -
SON . Thr > u8hcamiirenJsorunbetweenMi'"Tiu-
leo nml Kanivu City , via the "Mllwaukeo and
Bock Island Sh - J.IHK"
Tb Great Vjct Island * * la macnlflcpntly
oqnlnped. If road bed Is slmplr perfect , and its
track b laid with eteel mi ! ? .
What will pleneo jou most win bo the plcasnn
of onlaylna your meal" , while niuslne orerthe
beautiful pralntM ot Illinois and Iowa. In one of
( nrmaanln'cent DlnlnxCars that accompuny all
Torouzli Biuro < Trnln * . Ton net an entire
meal , u good aa Is nerved In nny Srst-claas hotel.
rorserenty-OTO centn.
J pprertatln * the fact that it majority of the
people prefer separate apartmcntM furdlfTarcnt
pnrpo < i ( and the Immense pasceneer business
ct Oils Mne wnrrantlne Itj. weari-plra Ml t un-
nounce that this Company runs Iullman I'atate
for ( leaping purposes , and I'nlace
BETWEEN THE EAST & THE
i Vintng Curt for eatlnx purposesonlr- ' - * !
irreat frato.ro of cuI'liUcc Curt \ a M VI
1 SALOON ner yoii can eujo/ jour - J'
I at nil nonr # < > f tbo ttij.
I Maitnlncent Irun Bridjre * upon the M i > rr't >
na Ml .viurl nvoniat all polnta crtw < y. 1
llnr. and transrersaroKToldeOatCounc' . > al.
Kansa * City. Leavvnworth. and AtrhlsOt "if
cp tlnnft b intrmade In Union Dopnt .
T1IK I'HINCli'AL , K. H. CUNNKCTlVN - <
THIS UKEAT TUROUUII LINK AK V
M > LLO\VS
At CniCAiin. wttb all drrcnrtn liner Vw *
E t and Bouth ,
.
St. W.AC .
At WASHINGTON UEIUOTS. with f. C
At LA 8ALLr. with IIL Cent. U. R.
Atl'KoniA. with P P. AJ7 : P.D. AB. ( .
W. . 111. Mid. , and T. I" . 4 W. Rda.
At KUCK IKLA.NII WltnM1I UQ * > W i * * <
bland Short Line. " and Hock Idl'dft rV i
At UAVEsroiiT. with the IMTtfnport i
C.M.ASUP il-K.
At\VEtrrtaiiiirrr.withth B C.K.A - *
AttKl > NELlArltn Central Iowa K. M.
11 DEM Moi.Ntrf. with I ) M. A r. D. U. n
At COCNCIL. ULtrrrK. with Union ficuit -
At OMAHA , with B. * Mo. R. K. It. m Nr :
AtCoLCMBC JCNcrm .wiU > B..c.t.i.r-
At orrrMWA. wiln Ccntrtl ! < . u. t
St. 14 I'MU nd C. B. A O. It. Rrti.
At hK KCK.wlth ToL.Teo. A VT r. [ Wlti.
Lonrs A Pnc. . and at U. Keo. A N.-W. K H < .
AtCAMEliov. wltalLHt-J K.R.
At ATCTIISOv , wtta Atch. . Totxta A ban . -
A ten. A Neb. and Con. Dr. C. P. R. Bd * .
At I.CA VENWOWT11. with Kan , Pao. '
Cent. R. Kdn.
AtKANSAi Crrr.wlth all lln s for to * "It
ami Southwmjt
P17Zi1 < VAN PAI.ACE OAKS r . ran thron.h to PKOKIA , DK MUliftr
X > rTNCJII. MX.TJFF8 , KANHAM CIXV. ATCIIISOW. end I.KA vfc > w6RTit
Ticket * via tnta Llnr. knovn tha Grvnt Sock Iilanil fiuntc. " rc ! >
.
milJTleXet Auents In the Vnltrd Htntt * nnil CuniMlB.
For InfornnvtlOQ not ohtnlnnl > 1 t jonr home ticket ofllc , < ldr i .
A. . BUIkTBALTE. . ST.
&enl SupcilnteoiMnl. Uen'l Tit.
Chfeasr
GHA 'i VERIG
FURNITURE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
And everyming pertaining to the Furniture an1
upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
O3BCja.es.
p U mon Ui * at aiid 1 10 Famham StreeL
Improved Buckeye
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
IE1 O IE 1 88O.
MANUFACTURED BY P , P. MAST & CO. , SPRINGFIELD ,
They also make Buckeye Improved Iron Henm Walking
Cultivator , with or without 8j rings.
TheXew Force Feed Buckeye Drill , one or two Horse
Bnquir * for them at the best dealers.
F. H. PUSH , Gen. Agent , Umaha , Neb
A. H. Guno. Manufvtnrer of Moiln M -
cht > ie , TrBmiBsbar ? . NY , ra s ; My thamb
vu cangbt InamachlneanJ vubidlvJajarH.
1 applied ZcJertrlo Oil with a ia > t foBtint re
lief. I h a large acmb T of men oplor 4
nd Kavly e-n ry oo * of tbeia vtef it.
V. Snzziu ? . el Oicixla , ill b.wntI b '
t f j yoia Idtctrie O3 on bor-es for dlffw > t
dAf ! f ) , and loimd It
and JB tha best 00 r cias 3si b as ! ,
Odd.
BXATOOCT. Bfcll. P Q. . ny : 1 &aro arfn wM
a mtiJJdn * wilcfe hsa ren Vftn 'barstizb
Jfi > r o ed a taay nwa ease.oa
. -wfci the b
e tot
Cole * ? -x >
NERVOUS DEBILIT/
Humphreys' utnmmtr * '
In u 2 -
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c stul remedy kotwn. Prl 31
vUlsandlirzo-rUISf tKiwderforJ5 , wntv.- *
. HUMPHRx-
free on receipt of prl
HOMEO. 1IEI > CO , ' 09 Fulton St. , Ntw C-
litest. C l gu of Eowlp'Jl -
DB. A. j .
GfiHSyLTIHfi PHY81GL4' !