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A. T. CROSSLEY ,
A TTORNEY AM > COUNSELOR AT LAW
JCX No. 314 South 16Ui > t , bet. Farnham and
Harney.
CHARLES POWELL ,
JSTICE OF THE PEACE Corner 18th mcd
t'arnham ta. .
WM. SIMERAL , * -
TTOENET AT LAW Room eCreljhton
nioek. ISih St , OHAHA. KEB. _
D. u THOMAS ]
A TTORXEY AT LAW-Loww money , bnyg
wid sells teel estate. Eeom SCrei hton
A. C. TROUP ,
TTORMIY AT LAW Office In Hsasoom'B
Jri. Block , with George E. Prltchett , 1606
f amhatn St. _ OMAHA. KEB.
DEXTERL THOMAS ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW-CrulcJesaank 8 Strild
. .Titnr. . sp/fitt
A , fl. CHAOWICK ,
AT LAW Office 15M Fambam
ATTORSET _
A. SWARTZLAHOE
A TTOR1TEY AT LAW Cor. Uthand F&mham
.TV stre-t. jnaySStt
WILUA8 A. FQXDA ,
A TTOIINCT A > 'D COUH8E&OB AT LAW.
J . Kooia Ko. 3 , Frcnzar Block , opposUu Port
t iTg. _ OMAHA , JflEB.
WK. L PEABODY.
AWYER OEo In Crelzhtoa Block. n rt la
i. OUAHA , NEBRASKA ,
Procured. 'TSfc
KOTABT yPBEIO. COmCTIOKB KAD
. D. MCLAUCHUK.
A TTOKNET AT LAW AKD JUSTICE OF
_ \ TE PEACE Southeast corner Fifteenth
IXrafflasBt.
Attended to.'B-t
G'BBJEH & 8ARTLETT ,
Attorneys -Law ,
OFFICE-UnIonp.loeknf.eenthani ? Farobaml
A. L. P.BBISON.
* TTORifEY AT "LAW. Boom CrelhUn
A BlwU OMAIT.J. Neb. 1ant U
2 . .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KARSR fl CLOCK. COR. DOUGIBTH STS.
. _ OMAHA. KEB.
W. J. Gonnell ,
Attorney-at-Law ,
Office : Front rooms , np stain , In
- new brick building , K. W. comer Fifteenth and
Farnham Streets.
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A 1TOHNEY-AT-LAW ,
jttL. 18S4 Famhwn St , Omaha.
Patents Pensions and Claims.
Refers , ty ptrmlMion. to GenT a F. Wander.
on , Hoii. A. J Poppleton , and T. li. KimUall ,
eg. _ ' auIT-lm
IJUUIIOK. 'UiH. K. llUMOtt
REDICK ,
Attorngys-at-Law.
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auction will be given to all nits
Cni-t ! coisoraUons of CTerr description ; will
p.-vcUco m ] ; the Courts of the State and the
Eute * . Office , Farnham St. , oppotlte
EDWARD VY. 8IKERAL ,
TTORXEY AT LAW Room 8 Crcljbton
Block , IBta anil Docglag gtreeU. noPdh
C. F. MAKDERSOH ,
A TTORNST AT LAW S42 Famhaa Street
Omaha H
HPARKE
PARKE GGDSflH ,
* TTORKEY AT LAVT-ltth and : Doojiit
Strsets. with O. W. Bowie.
W. T. BlfflURDS. o. j. HOM
eiGHARDS & KUHT ,
L Attorneys-at-Law.
- $ Omra as South Fourteenth Street.
EAST INDIA
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BOJJE MANUFAOTUBHR3
OSL1IL1 , Neb.
PR. BOSAMKO'S '
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ITOHlNG PILES .
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ontlt tlio drain on the y tcia prodacd
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IRYJT LOURED ,
PRICE , 50 CENTS.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IJ ,
ad wlwa you m not obtain It orblm. w
mil MHiaif , preaid ot
DB , EOSANKO MEDICINE CO ,
Only Remedy
SS.EAT ACTS AT THE SAHE TIHE 01
ilTHE LEVER ,
THE BOWELS ,
and the KIDNEYS ,
: SJC action gites it won-
care aK diseases.
Are We Sick ?
. . these gnat organs-
Qjfj bf-cciK6 eliyycd or torpid , anft
SiTo'-sonMsKK-zanare there.fore forced
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ont of Omaha to Union Depot.
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FASSEhOKK TRAIKS.
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OMAAA 4 REPUBLICAN VALLEYS.
LEATS ,
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Daily.eiccpt Saadlys.
ma TURBINE
EHGIHE
MANUFACTUSED BY
Mast , FOJS & Co. , Springfield , 0.
The Strongest nndUost Dumb ! *
SINE
In the World.
Hunircda HUBS in lov.1 * and Nebraska Bold
by Dealers in nearly evr ry county.
Thb reprcuonU our
Buckeye Force Pump
xhlch Is parUculariy
-adapted to Wind Mill
nee , aa It works easily
and throws a constant
stream , nnd does not
freeze up in the cold
est weather. Send for
price list
W. H. RAYNER ,
Wfrteru A t , Omaba , NeK
BA.NTA CLAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery or tbe Age.
Wonuerfui discoveries in Uii world havebeenmade
Amone oilier tlilnfrs iihore Santa Clans stajcd
Children oil ask If ho miles troods or not ,
If really he lives in a mountain of snow.
List year an excursion sailed clear to the Polo
And suddenly dropped Into what Eccmedlike&hole
Where wonder ot nondcrs the } found a new land ,
rfhlle farj-likj ! bolngs nppcarcd on each hand.
There vrcro moi'nUlnv like ours , with more
beautiful urcen ,
And far brish'er slios than ever were Been ,
Birds with the hues of a rainbow were found ,
While flowers of exquisite fragrance were STOW
Ing around.
Not long were they left to wonder in doubi
A bcliit : soon came they had heard mnch about ,
TV as Santa Clans' self nnd t hie they all say ,
3e looked like the picture f tsee every day.
He drove np team that looked very queer ,
Twae a team -t gracshoppers instead of reindeer ,
He rode in a ehell Instead ot a elclzh ,
But he took them on toird atid drove them
no thawed them all over his wonderful realm.
And factories liuhin ? goods for women and men
Furriers were working on hats Croat tnd email ,
To Bonce's they paid they were sending them all.
Urij Kincle , the Glove ilatcr.toldthem at once ,
All our Gloves we fire Sending to Dunce ,
Saota showed them suspender * and many thlefl
mere ,
Esylng I alse toot these t4 friend Bonce1 ! aton.
8 nla Claus then wbu pe secret b 'd teH.
As In Omaha every one knew Ecnce wcU ,
Bo therefore chonid rcutl Us poods to his can ,
Knowing ; hfe triesda will get their fun share
Now remsmber yo dwellers In Om&ba. town ,
All who want presents to Hunce's go round.
For shirts , collars , or cloves cr t and email ,
Send vour uliter or nunt one and all.
Bunco. Clomplon Hatter of the Weet , Dongbx
rcct , Omaba
JNO. G. JACOBS ,
( Formerly of Qlrii i Jacobs )
No. HIT Farnhani St. . Old Stand ot Jacob Oil
ORDKRS BV TKLEGIUPO SOLICITS
THB TTNIVBESAI.
STEAM COOKER ,
TOR COOKI > 0
Meats , Vegetables , Fruits , Pud
dings , Beans , Eice , Etc. ,
By Steam.
It b stood the test cf se\ere trails and re
ceived the highest iccomuienifaliccs irom hotel
and rfftaurant prr.tie ] * s , hoarding house
kccperr , and \ Hrt e ni.m ( r ot private families.
Anv number cf klulcr mar be ustdcooilng six ,
eizht cr mai e tandf of f jcd at tie sa&e tuns vita ,
cut
DXAB SIR : Tie Cmreital Bteau Cooker Is
what I hare been wanUn ; fora Ions time. It
wcrkssrtadldlr. J.B.WwoHr.
Kzchincre Hotel. Storceon Eajr.
We the nnderslffned , endorse the above In foil.
Kl hirU WdlUins Fremont , Keb.
Leopold WilllPC , Sacttern Uc.t-1. Omaha ,
Sun. Mlllfr. Wisccosm llou-e , Frtmoat , S b ,
Dr. Uurgtcm. Freaont , Seb.
E old by D. A. Piercy ,
12JlFarahss St. , On bs , Keb.
And B. rBASSDEN , Utta Bt ,
BEQUIiABS AND VOLUNTEERS.
*
QEKEEAI. GABTIEID'SJ GEAPHIC SKETCH
Or THE ELEMENTS OF VICIOET AT
CHICKAMAUGA.
From His-Siea-h at tbe niunHo oi the Army ef
tbe Cum'-er and atTo'edo , 'ep' < inber22
Bat the ge ius o" cur povernment
went farther than that. Bs'aind our
military academy , below our regular
army , there lay this masnifi.-ent body
of cultivated , thinking , independeLt ,
private citizens [ spplauie ] , who , when
their country was in danger , sprung to
warnot &a a profession , but aa dreadful
necessity , volunteered this life , tal
ent , force , all , was in that glorious Eer-
vlce under the leadership of those
who were trained , nnd the united reg
ulars and volunteers rriade the Army
of the Cumberland an irresistible
army against any equal body of men
to be found on ttre globe. [ Applause. ]
The spirit of the two elements was
never better exhibited than at Ohio-
amauga , as you have heard in the
poem Thomas stood like a rock , the
centre of that mighty fight , and
yet , with all that behind him , iu
front of him , all around him , in fact ,
were the gallant , courageous volun
teers , making the elements of science ,
&rt , and courage triumphant ill the
fiyht. [ Prolonged appi&ute. ] Ttiuk
of it for a moment , and I take plea-
uro in referring to it. Here , aw ay off
on the billfj posted at a special post
to do a ipecial charge , were ebmo
three Ohio brigades , and hen their
commander heard the sound f can
non on the 20til of September at
Ohickamauga , he could not lie by and
guard a bridge. [ Applause ] Gen.
Gordon Graneer , ith J. B. Steed-
man , as leccnd , marched to the sound
oE the cannon until they came into
the fight. When riding forward they
asked Thomai "Where shall we go
in ? " Ths answer was , in two mono
syllables only , ' 'You see.1. [ Applause
and cheera.j A force almost in his
rear , a force on his flank. The three
Ohio brigades , the most of whom had
never heard the round of a hostile
shot , filled the gap. Not less than TOO
were dead and wounded in forty min
utes' fighting , but they protected thb
Sank , making them & living wall of Cro
around Thomas. [ Cheers. ] There waa
the practiced , trained soldier , and
with him the enthusiasm of the inde
pendent thinking volunteer that made
our war triumphant and victorious.
[ Applause. ] I honbfc them both
both demerits and am glad to know
thai the Army of the Cumberland has
always generously recognized both of
these arms of onr great service. My
heart is rejoiced to be wilh you , and I
am glad to look into tha faSea of these
men and rstoghize them as old com
rades of the Army of the Cumber
land. [ Applause and three cheers for
General Garfield J
f3tadldng Wheat
The annual loss to the farmers of
the northwest in consequence of the
careless Blacking of grain , amount ? tea
a larf e sum of money. We most al
ways have a succession of storms from
the 15th to the 26th of September , ac
companied with high winds , which has
a tendency to drive the rain into the
stacks with a good 'deal of force , and
which frequently traasfera No. 1
wheat tb Ro. 2 , and in many instances
to a lower grade. There is as much
of a trade in building stacks of grain
as there is to build & house or
make a plow. Unless a man serves
an apprenticeship at the business
the can not properly stack grain. Ex
perience is required to make a stack
that is proof against the driving
storms. Every sheaf must be placed
In just such a position , and the posi
tion must be just right. Tha throw-
iog togevher of a maSa cf sheaves
won't suffice. The stack must be of
a good form in order to shed the rain.
A good foundation should always be
built at the bottom of Ihe stack out
of rails or timber for the grain to rest
on. Whenever the butts of the bun
dles reach ihe grbnnd It has a tenden
cy to make the grain cf that
portion of it musty. Thoio who
are learned In the art of the mys
teriea of sticking will weave every
sh.Ci ? in such a manner thai the
hardest and most Revere rain storm
will fail to damage the grain. The
services of such persona during the
Stacking season is invaluable , and the
farmers should secure such workmen
whenever they have neb learned the
trade themselves. And it is the duty
of every farmer , and for that matter
every one that works in the harvest
field , to learn to stack grain. It is
one of the most .important branches
on the farm. It can-not be learned
in one or two seasons' . There is a
commencement to everything , and the
sooner the farmers learn to stack his
own grain th better off he will be.
How the President Vle-wad It.
Washington Star.
There is a good story told of the
president In connection with the ra-
cent appointments made to fill
vacancies in the United States Army.
A gentleman who is distinguished in
social life was extremely anxious to
have ason , of a warm friend design
ated for one of the vacancies He
called upon the president and made
known his requests "You see , Mr.
President , " in advocating the young
man's claim , "his father
is a distinguished ex-army
officer. H s great-grandfather
was a gallant soldier of the
army , and hit great great great grand
father was an officer in the navy dur
ing the revolutionary war. " These
points were pressed with force upon
the attention of the president. AH
of & sudden the president said : "And
this young man's father , great-grand
father , and even a more remote
grand-father have all been officers of
the United States ! " "Yes. " came
the remote reply. "Well , " replied
the president , with a merry chuckle ,
"don't yon think it about time some
one in that family earned a living for
.himself . I"
How They Got a Free Breakfast.
Columbia ( S. 0. ) Registtr.
An old tflan , accompanied by a
young woman , beat their way across
tha Lexington bridge yesterday , and ,
upon arriving upon this side of the
turbulent Congaree , stopped for
lunch at ono of the many little cook-
shoos that line Gervais street on this
side of the river. They partook of
cold fiied mullet and corn bread , but
when asked by the landlady , a coal-
bhck matron of the Christian * Hall
stripe of "hot 'possom and rice' ' fame ,
to liquidate the bill , the old man
talked of having come over to surrender
to the authorities for some crime he
had committed , and ' 'the red-headed
gal" reckoned she would "soon be in
Jail , where they had to feed prisoners
onten state money. " The old land
lady was horrified at the thought of
having entertained two criminalj , and
Jet the couple pass on. And they
passed on , nobody , not even the po
lice , knowing where they paasnd to.
Ihe Hard Lucfc of a Chinese Who
Cut Oft Hla PlBtall-
Portland ( Or ) Sunday Mercury.
There is a Chinaman working on
the Portland branch of the O. and 0.
R. R. who is quite a curiosity.
Pressed like "Melican Man , " his
queue ont o'ff , he sports a moustache ,
and at a distance looks like anything
but a Celestial. On a close inspec
tion , however , the Mongolian blood
shows itself in the almond-shaped eye
and swarthy skin- This Celestial has
some peculiarities which attract at
tention at first sight , one of which is a
hibit of spitting at .his heel. Starting
on a run' for some article ho will stop
87ery ten feet , turn his heel around
sideways and spit at it. He performed
this feat five times one day in
running the lengih of a car. It
is said that he is a good worker ,
but so disagreeable that Iio onj
like * him , and threats having been fre
quently made against bis person , be
has armed himself "Melican man"
j fashion. Truly , the heathens are becoming - ,
coming Americanized. In conversa- '
j tion with one of the bosses who
I speaks very jgood English , we learn
that this fellow's name is More Chung.
, That sometime since he married , but
used his wifeeo badly she left him and ,
| would not return at his ofu repeated
solicitations. In revenge be cat off
queue , let his mustache grow , and
dressed himself like a white man ,
saying : "D n Chinee I me alllo
same Melican man. " His position is
peculiarly hard , being shunned by his
own , and despised by his adopted
countrymen. He has taken to srnok-
ins opium to such an extent that he is
the "opium fiend. "
HTJMOBS OP THE CAMPAIGN.
THE MAS Oh A UIBEIOy , WHO COMBINED
BUSINESS WITH POLITICS.
Titusvills Herald.
A solemn-looking stranger sealed
in a travel stained-buggy , which was
drftwn by a horsa that looked like
Core's picture of Rczinante , rained
up in Titusville the other evening.
The stranger stood up in his vehicle )
glanced up at the town clock , bowed
to the people passing on both sides of
the straets , and said :
"I come unannounced and unher
alded , but at the earnest solicitation
of the otate central committee. "
A dozen people stopped.
"The times are out of joint ; 0
cursed spite , that ever I was bdrn tb
set it righlu ! remarked the stranger
in a loud Voice. " .But the state cen
tral conimiito insisted so hard that I
had to-come down among you. "
The crowd was swelling rapidly.and
inquiries pasted from lip to lip as to
the speaker's identity.
" 1 think it's Col. Forney , " suggest
ed a man on the other side of the
street , while on the opposite side the
rumor was bi-ing rapidly circulated
that it WPS Stanley Matthews , ( of
Ohio , -who hs'd consented to { come
hera find look after the oil vote for
Garfield.
"I como unheralded , " said the
slrango man , "not simply at a matter
of taste , bat as a matter of policy. ,1
do not myself like these immense civic
displays , ind in saying this I do not
wish to reflect upon our people for
the magnificent reception oft my
friend Gen. Grant. His was an ekcep
tlonal cfiae , " ,
' * 1 ' "
believe it'a Garfield himself ,
tuvd a man sitting on the curbstone.
' 'I wouldn't be surprised if it was
Hancock , " s < nd another , as he glanced
Into a shoo window to compare the
face with a chromo of tbe general.
The stranger cast his eyes slowly
over the crowd and continued !
"The interest which you manifest
assures me that you are alive to the
great importahce of this , c mpai n ,
"We dpn'l ; want traitors to rtln
IhU country ! shouted a man who
thoueht the speaker was Gen. Gar-
ueldf
' 'Right ; right you are , friend , " re
sponded the speaker , pleasantly.
J'This is the grandest country the sun
ever shone upon. We want men ,
honest men , men of wisdom , intogri *
ty and patriotism to t ale this God-
given government ; " then , raising hlfr
eyes to a ton-cent flag that fluttered
from a window-sill , ho apostrophized
it :
"FIi cf iho free '
g heart's hopa and
home , by angels' hands to valor given ,
thy stars have lit the welkin dome ,
and all thy hues were born in heaven.1
The eloquent words of the speaker
called forth loud cheera from both
democrats and republicans , notwith
standing the cheapness , in a money
poin' of view , of the particular copy
cf the flag referred to.
After the Applause had subsided ) he
went en :
"As I hava said , the state central
cOmtnittae "
' What central committee } " inquir
ed a man who was anxious as to the
speaker's po'itics.
"I am a plain , blunt , man. and I
will not hare proceeded far before
there will be no occasion to ask , 'Un
der which king , Bbnronian ? ' The
people demand a change. [ Cheers
from the democrats. ] The people of
this country have been swindled long
enough. [ Democratic yells , and cries
of 'Give it him hot '
to , and heavy. ]
Gentlemen , I hava known Gen. Garfield -
field long and well , and ha is one of
God's own noblemen- [ Cheers from
the republicans. ] As a president he
would adorn this country. [ Loud
cheers. ] I also know Gen. Hancock.
I consider him the very best type of
God's own handiwork. [ Tumultueus
Peering by the democrats. ] But ,
eontlemen , it is principles , not men ,
that we must look after now. "
The speaker paused , took some
documents from under the buggy
B At , while the crowd wondered hope-
lully what side of the house he was
on , anyway.
"This is an important crisis in our
onuntry's history , " he began again ,
"acd historians will so record it. I
dare say you are all sick of politics and
politicians. " [ Cries of "We arel wo
are ! Give us honest men ! * ' ]
"Yes , my friends , give us honest
men ! That is the Macedonian cry that
greats me eery where , and it strikes
a responsive chord here in my heart
of hearts How many gentlemen are
there hera in this vast concourse of
intelligence who say 'Down with poli
tics ? ' " [ A hundred voices , "H rel"
"here ! " "here ! " ]
"Now we understand each other.
I am down on' politicians like a pile-
driver. I profess to be an honest
man , and I have that here in this lit
tle parcel , " and he held up a small
tin box between bis thumb and finger ,
"which I am not to proud to recom
mend to honest mon-of whatever po
litical party. 1 call it the Saint'jResL
or the pluribua Unnm Cotn snd
Bunicn T3radicator. With it I re
move the worst chronio case of corn/
bunion , wart , or excrescence that ever
defiled the fair form of man or
Nobrasfca Republican Platform.
1. The republicans of Nebraska most
heartily endorse the profession ot princi
ples formulated by tbe national republican
convention at Chicago , and pledge their
unswerving support to the candidates there
ominated.
2. We affirm the doctrines of national
sovereignty in the formulated principles
upon which tha perpetuity of the nation
rests , and that the principle of home rule
as enunciated by the democratic party is
hut the cautious eipregsion of the Calhonn
doctrine of state rights , is revolutionary
in its character and destructive of the
unity of the nation.
3. We regard the recent seizure of th
polls and tbe wholesala robbery of the
franchises of the republican citizens of Al.
abama , surprising in the magnitude and
effrontery of the crime of all former effort *
of the- party under the Tweed plan in New
York , and tbe Mississippi plan in the
south , as a fair specimen of democratic
method and a forecast of democratic do
minion in national affairs that should in
cite every honest man and taxpayer in the
country to most earnest endeavor to de
feat the party of brigandage and fraud at
the polls in November.
4. We have considered "what Lee said
Jackson would do If they were alive , " and
have determined to employ our best ener
gies in pre venting the seizure of the national -
al government by their living comrades
throuch the frauds of the solid south.
. 5. We congratulate the people of the
state upon the rapid increase of popnla-
tion and \vealth , and upon the good measv
ure of prosperity that has rewarded their
labor , upon th 'rapid upbuilding of oar
material interests since the success of re
sumption snd tbe rtvivsj'of trade. *
6. We pledge our-support tfl | ue.j } Itga-
lation in congress and such measures by
state legislatures as may be-necessary to
effect a correction of abuses and prevent
extortionate discrimination in charges by
railroad corporations.
7. We most cordially invite the aid and
co-operation in the latest afense-of the
national integrity and nation * ! pnr = e of all
repnMicana and war democrats who have
differed with us on temporary issues , or
have clung to the party name.
Rttohed , That we heartily join in ths
recommendation made by General Garfield
in his letter of acceptance In urging upon
congress the speedy improvement of the
Missouri river.for barge navigation.
Tbe mot sensible remedy , and tha only Biff ,
sure and permanent ctt'O fur * H dissases of the
liver Jjood and s onuchtlncn-U ! < i b moils f even ,
fe\ rand aiUo , dumb ague , J&Uudloo , dynpersi- ,
&c , is Prot. GuJmette's French Live- tads ,
which cures by ab < o > ptlon. Ask your druggist
for this noted cure , and take no other , and
if be tas not got it or mil net t it for yon , sand
J1.60 to French Pid Co . Toledo , 0. , and they
will send vou one poet-paH bv return mU.
HOW dAN I EXPRESS MY
- . fHANKSl
Mrs.Mki , oflprkvllle , New Tor * , writes :
It Affords Did ETtt pleasure to write the5 Ivw
llms to le : tEe/bublic know tha v-lao cf
AnaJctttt , th treat EiUrU Pile Kswedy I
hive iUSeredW Ivt 11 J" everrthln ; bat
death ; In that time I have rpent hundreds of
dollars. I have tried everything : I ever be rd
of , I hue had four different doctors but found
very little r > llef. I at last heard of Anattitr
I triad them and tn one houi'S ll < B91 fnuhu re >
lief and h\ & h t been troubled with then
since. How can I f ipress my th nk * to yon ?
No tirgUs esn praise tbtrn too HRhlr , and I
iron'd say to all these who ate smictot with
Piles , Hemorrhoids or fisrutw , Internal or ex
ternal , give Inaidiiatnal and you will no
longer b& a suHjicr.
MM. USERS
Samplfcs of ' 'Ahaluttt' ore sent free -o All
snQe ers en arplic tton to P. Neustaedter & Co ,
Box 8946 , New York. Bold by 11
PrlcoJLCO , _ _ _ _
Trot. Gullmetie's French Bldnev Pad currs
by absorp.lon all discuses of tbe kldnejs and
urinary organs. Try It.
BucKien'a Arnica Salve
The BSST SALVE la thefrorld for
Outs , Bruises , Sores , Ulcera , Salt
Rheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Ohapp-
edUanda , Ohllbla&Ts , 'Corns , and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
is guaranteed to give perfect satiafac-
tlod in every case or money re tended ,
Price 85 cento per bot. For dale by
§ dly J. K. ISH Omaha.
Free ot Cost.
DB. KINO'S JfKw Dii'tovHBT fo
GonsuiapUon , Coughs and Gelds
Asfhma , Bronchitis , etc. , is given
away in trial bottles free of cost to
the afflicted. If you have a bad
cough , cold , difficulty of breathing
hoarseness or any affection of the
throat or lungs by all means give this
wohderful retoody a trial : Aa ybti
value your eiistencet you cannot
%
afford to let this opportunity , pass.
We could not afford , and vbuld net
give thU remedy away unless wo
knavr le would accomplish what we
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless
cases have already been completely
cured by it. There is no medicine in
the world that will cure one-half the
cases that Da. KIKG'SNEW DISCOVERY
will cure. For sale by
( G ) JAMES K. ISH , Omaha.
THREE REMEDIES IN ONE ,
In nil diso ders mIM , acute or chronlo
keepnpthe etrenstli and ksep the bowels free ;
Give a corrective , laiatlvs and tonic ,
Ii ) one pure medium that combines ihe three.
SELTZER Anamrr Is that medium ( ; loiou ) ; |
, Ittonei , rcfrcsnes , regulates , euat lns , .
ind o'er dlf ease furthlrtv years Tlcforlou } , .
The world's tt > H founded confidence retains
TARJUM'S EnzRVEsciKT SILIZIR Atzwzsr.
SOLD BY ALL DRUQQ1STS
SPECIAL ORDINANCE NO. 242.
For levying ; speoltl tax and assessment for the
payment-I on .b lf of the cost and expense ot
.he cradin ; of 2Ut street , from D veopjrt ttreet
to the coutb line of al'et betwren Davenport and
Chicago streets , in thoCiiv cf Omaht , County
of D u las Bute of Nohruka.
Ee it ordained by tha City Conncll of the City
Sri. 1. 'That the Several ; ums s t opposite tS
Total 5108.71
Bftli ? ihe one-halt oi the cost and expense *
efabrva s ld gr dlng-ot 21st street in front ot
and adjolnm ; ( aid p eml M bou din ? and abtit-
tijiron ( u h Improvcmtnts. be and tr e same are
beriby respectively evlsd and asiss.d aiticst
ea b of said lot * , payable to the city treasurer
wttbln tbjity ( SO ) days from this d ie. it bolng
La determined by the city 3onncil th > t the
said one-half of the net and expenses ot said
improvements , Bball he paid by i aid lots in pro
portion to ihi feet fror.t ol'ho said lo so
bounding and abutting upon aa d Imarovrmeu's.
bIC. 2- This ordlo nco shill taks tffectand
be ill fore * frera and after Its pMsage ,
JAMBS alEfUENEON ,
Attlag ties t Onuna O.ty Couadl.
Passed 8 t. 16 b. liSO.
Attest :
J.F. MOOAXISIT ,
C-ty Clerk.
Approved Bept. IStft , 18SO ,
0.8. CHA8B ,
Mayor.
Tbe above tax bscfBM delinquent on tbe 18th
day of October. 1880. Iter wMch due ten (10) ( )
per c nt. penalty and Interest at the rat * ot one
(1) ( per cent , ( er month , in advance , will be
adlfrl. B.G. MAILBTTE ,
tcp25-5t city TrcMursr.
FEVER AND AGUE ,
j
Tha aooumnlated evidence of nearly thirty
yean show that the Bitters is a certain remedy
f or malirUl disease , as nell as its surest prt >
* entire ; that it eradicates dyspepua , constipa
tion , liTfr foicplalnt and nervousness , counter *
acts a ! ! , ( < ? noy to gout , rheumatism , urinary
mduUrtu disorders , tint It Imparts vigor to
the letbttj and cheers the mind while it Invigor-
utta the budr. . ' '
OHIOAGOMED10ALOOLLEGE
Tne Pionea ; In the Graded System , and AUO In
8 years' course ot Instruct on adapted by Amerl.
can Uedloal Collejo Aisodatlon , besrins its next
Session Sept. 3tb. Phyelolgsical Laboratory
es'ab'ished. AWATOMICAIi MATERIAL INUlf-
LIMITED ABUNDANCE. Sea s number- ! , and
secured in order ot application. Frcf tf ears'Fees ,
8 5 ; Fractit'oners * COUTH through April , Fee ,
$30 , r"or Announcement or information , addreea
Dr. J. H. HOhLIBTEB , 70 Monroe St. . Chicago.
l22-d3t&wit
NOriOE.
/ EVTLEMBS Wishing to have Sutti , Pant ,
VT &c. , made to measure , would do well by
calling at
THE MERCHAX TA/LOB ,
wherejprioes , fit -workmanship Is guaranteed.
_ . _ _ 'sIQly
THE OKLY PLAGE WHERE YQD
can find a gocd imorttnent of
BOOTS AND SHOES
At > LOWBR PIOURK than at
any other shoe bouse In the cUv ,
P. LANG'S ,
236 FARNHAM ST.
f.ATTKS' & GENTS ,
SHOES MADE TO ORDER
d m.p feet fit gwinttea , Prjcfj Trvrencn
" '
BW deoU-lj
ELECTION
< A
On Court House Bonds.
. At a session of the Bean ) of County Comm'e-
eoncra ot the Couuty of Donjln , in theStita
of Nebraska , ho'den on thft llth day of Septem
ber. A. D . 1SSO. It pras br said I ord
Begolvad , Thatths following qnest'oa be and
the me 1 he ehjr tnbmltted aa a prcpo ition
to the quillfled electors of the Csuoty ol Don ? ,
la ? . Neoruia.tonlt :
To the eectorsrf the County of Jonelas In
lh 8t ieofNebruka :
TbeBoariofCon'ty CommL-sionera of ttld
county hereby snbmtt the following proposition :
ShalliheC Ujty of Doajlai , Sn ecf Nob'asXa ,
by.laCoUaty t'ommiHioners line Its coupon
bonds in ihe araoint of o < e hnadrcd and twen
ty-Is e thoUtaod dol'ata ' for tbe purpose of a d-
me In the construction , erection ana onmp'etlon
and the construction , erection nd complotlm
of a court ronae bnlldln ; In Ibe c.ty of Omaha ,
County of Dotulas , in tha State of N'eb.a ka ,
for .onn'y pnrpcieiaid all tbe purpo es for
which such cou t house may be legally used and
apprjtiriats the mon y nlsed th reby for aid
ill stleh ccnunictlotl. or for inch construct ! n
and 0-mpletlon of cud building- , All tha cost'
and expense of % aid hulldlnsr bet t fxceed the
stim ol ne hundred and ffty thousand dollars ,
MlJ bonds to be one tUouand dollars each an >
date Ua.uary lit , 1831 , payable at t e office of
'hii coun y trea < ur'r of said county and to run
twenty years. Kh li'trest at a rate not exceed *
i nitix (6) ( ) per cent. p ( annum , payable ieml-
nnuilly.
TD uld bonds eb&II not be SoM lesg than rar.
In addlt'on to ihe Icrtl for oidlnftiy 'axoi there
eb&ll b leVied antt collected & tax anduallyts
provided by lav , for the payment of the interest
01 said bo | daa It become due. and an addi
tional amount ( ball be levied ml collated IB
provided by law , suKaent ID pur tha principal
of suih bouds at maturity , and proflatd that
not more thin fifteen percent , of tbe principal
ot said bonds thall be levied In mv one year , and
proVidrdilways that In no event shall bonds be
i'suat tp a. urtattr imount thin ten pr rent , of
tbe issetied Taltiatlou of all the taxable proper
ty In Sal i county Inte.f e t sfall be paid on sal *
banescnlvremand { titer the d ieof t o sale
of B\ i botids or a < y part IhsriSf and ibe rcceip
of the monuy therefor.
Tbs wid bonds shall b redetm bl at the op
tion of the Board of ConLty Comminloiic'S of
sail co mtr at tfe expiration cf UayeitBfrojn
the date of said bond , ,
Work on said rourt hotiM shall be commouced
imm dUteaftjr ] thft adp lob , of Mid pn p a
tton , If adopter , and s.id baildJnfr tti be coi3-
pleted on or before January 1 , 1SS2.
No levy shall be nude to piy any part of the
principal of s id bonds un'Jl after the rzplratlon
of ten years from tbe data of gal4 bonds.
The form la which tbe above proposition
ghnll.be submitted shall b. by ballot , upon
which ballot shall be printed or written or part
ly printed or writted the words : "for Court
HouSo. Bonds..1' tf ) "Agalns * Court House
BoildS , " mri'd ill ballots cart having thereon the
ivords "For Court Houaa Bonds"shall ha rteem-
co and taken to be It } faVor of raid proposition ,
anq all bV'lots cut bavin ? , Ucr pn the
words VAgainst Court House Bonds' shall be
decked and taken to be agalnit eatd proposi
tion , and If two-tbidj ) ot the rotes cast at the
election hereinafter provided In thb behalf be
in favor cf the above proposition , It shall be
deemed and taken to be carried.
The said proposition shall be voted upon at
tbe general election to be held in the County
ot Douglas , Bute of Nebraska , on the 2d day of
November , A. D. IfcSO , at the foil owing named
place * :
SmahaPrecinct Ko. one ( ! } Turner Hall.
Qjriaha , Precinct N9. tno (2) ( ) Ho. 8 engine
house , Sixteenth bt.
Oxaha Precinct If p. three (31 ( Carpenter shop ,
10th bt. , 2 do < ri < otith of eaginoboa oIotKo. 2.
QmahajFrednct No. four (4) ( ) fiheria'a office ,
court house. n
Omaha Precinct No. fire (5 ( > i-Ed. Leeder't
house , southeast corner 12th and Chicago Sis.
Omaba PreclnctKo.BixS ) No. 1 engiaehoute ,
20th and Izard atrpote.
Saratoga Precinct School house , near Gran *
slss.
slss.Florence
Florence Treolnct Florence Hotel.
Union Precinct Inlneton school house.
Jefferson Precinct School house In District
No. 41.
ElVhorn Freclnct Elkhorn school house.
Fiatte Valley Precinct School house at
Waterloo.
Chicago Freclat School house at Elkhorn
Station.
MHlarJ Precinct Mlllsrd Echool housa.
UsCardla Proclnct McCardle school house.
DougK ? P'recirict House ot 1.0. Wilcox.
, We t Onvihii PrecltfctSchool bouse In Dii-
tlictNo. 46. .1 , . i ,
Ac J which election will bo opened at 8 o'clock
n the morning and will continue open until 6
o'clock in the afternoon of the same day.
F. W CORLISS ,
( Seal ) H. P. KSIOUT ,
I BED UBEXZL ,
County Commissioners ,
JOHN R. MANCHESTER.
County Clerk. BU-SOt
Machine Works ,
J. Hammond , Prop , & -Maiia er.
The most thorough -appolntei and complete
Htchlne Shopa and Foundry In the state.
Castings of every dtscr ption monufacted.
Engines , Pumps and eve y class of machinery
made to order.
Special attenUen given to
Well Angars , Pulleys , Hangers *
ShnftinsIJridee IronsGccr
Cattlii&r , etc.
of , Models , etc. , neallv erenitrd.
266 Barney 'St. , Bet. J4th and ISth.
ATTEHTIONt BUILDERS AND CON
TRACTORS ;
The owner of the celebrated Kaolin
Banks , near LOUISVILT E , NUB. , hat
now ready at the depot at Louisville , on
the B. & M. railroad ,
to fill any order at reasonable prices. Par
ties desiring a white front or ornamental
brick will do well to give U3 a call or send
for sample.
J. T. A. HOOYEK , Prop. ,
THE COLORADO
BUSINESS COLLEGE
Thislnstltntlon , located at Denver , Colorado ,
tha Education * ] and Commsrcbl center ot tbe
West , Is pre-eminently tbe best and most practi
cal of its kind for tbe
MERCANTILE TRAINING
OF
ToungMen and Ladies.
G. W. FOSTER , President ,
D. W. OADY , Secretary.
The most extenslre , thorough and complete
Institution of the kind In the world. Thousands
of aocountints and Business men , in tbe prin
cipal cities and towns of the United States , owe
their success to our courte cf training.
The fiietfit Kind of Education for
Young Men and Ladies ,
Fine , new hrtcV block , at Junction of threa
street car lines. Elegantly fitted and furnished
apartments for the application of and carrying
oat of our novel nd BTitematio methods of
BUSINESS TEAHOTGL
Toung men who contemplate a bmlncis 11 fo
and parents bavin ; sons to educate , are partlcu
larly requested to lend for our new Circular
which will give full Information as to terms
condition ot entrance , etc. Address '
G , W. FOSTEE , President ,
seps-sm Denver , Colorado
A cow aM hitherto unknown remedy for'all
diseases of the Kidneys , Bladder , ana Urinary
Omna.
It will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
sy , Brlzht's Disease , inability to retain or expel !
the Urine , Catarrh of ihe Bladder , high colored
and scanty urine , Painful Urinating , LAME
BACK , Uenenl Weakness , and all Female Complaint -
plaint * .
It avoids Internal medldnes , IS certain In It
effects and cons when nothmc es& can.
For sale by all Dru rlita or sent by mail free
upon receipt of the price , $2. CO.
DAY KIDNEY PAD CO. . PROP'RS.
Toledo , O.
JsTSeod your sddreM for our llttla book ,
\Hoir a. Ufa was Baved. "
/AJOa K. IHH , l m for Hebruka.
GO EAST
- VIA. TUB
Chicago & Northwestern
2,380 MILES OF ROAD I
It la the SHORT. SUKS and Safe Route Between
COUNCIL BLUFFS
A3D
CHIOAGOMILWATrKEE
and all points EAST and NORTH.
IT OFFERS THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN ANY
OTHER ROAD IN
THE WEST.
It la tha ONLY ROAD between
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which Is run
PULLMAN HOTEL DOS !
In addition to these and to pleas * all classes of
travelers. It sriro. FIRST-CLASS MEALS at its
EATING STATIONS at M cents each.
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS !
IIS COACHES ARE THE FiNESTI
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLASS
II yog wish the Best Traveling Accommoda
tions yon will bay your ticket by this Route
tS-AND WILL TAKE NOJfEOTHER.
All Ticket Ajrenta can sell vou Through Tickets
vis tbUroad and Chrcl : n\l Ca-
Eage Frea of Charge
OMAHA TICKET'DFFICE' 1ZM Farnbam St ,
Cor 14th. and at Union Piclfle Depot.
DENVER OFFICE In Color do Central and
Union P d1c Ticket Office.
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 8 JUw JlonJgom-
ery Street.
For Information , folder ; , m F3 , etc. , not oh.
talnable at Homo Ticket Office , addt < 33 any
; jjnt of the Company , or
JMHYIN HBCHriTr , STEHHITT ,
OenT M n i r. Sjnl Pass. Aeent ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
JAKZ3 T. CLARK ,
Oenl Ait Omib A Conncll Bluffsi
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
TBCIEl
CHICAGO
gURLINGTOH & QUINGY
With Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant Pas-
singer Ccachcs , and
PULLMAN SLEEPIKCKDINING CARS
by th * rna , ial > U wk3
travel uv r ltf 10 J)9 ) the Ea < Appointed and
Best Mattaged Ro&d In the Country. <
PAgSENGERS GOING EAST
Should' bear in mind that th ! * Is tha
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points East , North and Northwest.
Pavcnsers by this Route have choice of
FOUR DIFFERENT ROUTES ,
And the Adtantago of Six Daily Lines of Falace
Sleeping Cars from Cliic.vjo to
New York City Without Change.
All Express Trains on this line are equipped with
the Wostln house Patent Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Bifety Platform and
Coufler\ the moat Perfect fret -
t CtiCm Against Acd-
( tents in ihe world.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPIHC AND D'HIHC CARS
Are run on th Burlington Route :
Information concerning Routes , Rates , Ume
Connections , etc. , will bs cheerfully given by
app'.j ing kt the office of the BurlKgton Route ,
6w Kourtecntn Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
O.E. PERKiNH. D W. HITCHCOCK.
Oen'l Manager. Gen. West'n Pass. Ag t.
J. 0. PHILLCfPI , St. Joe. , Ho.
Oenoral Agent , Omaha.
H P. DUEL ,
epi-dl _ Tlcliet Agent Omaha.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
AHD
St , Paul & Sioux City
RAILROADS.
The Old Rdiabk Sioux City Route I
100 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE I
From COUNCIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
nd all points In Northern Iowa. Minnesota and
Dakota. ThU lln is equipped with Urn Ira-
iroved Westing-homo Autumallr Air Brak iad
filler Platform Coupler and Buffer. Add for
SPEED , SAFETY AHD COMFORT
j nnsurpaesed. Hisrant Drawln ? Room and
Sleeping Carsowneil and controlled by the com *
pany , run Through With. nt Chansro between
Union Pacific Transfer Pspot , Council Bluffs ,
and St. Paul. Trains laive the Union Pacific
Transfer Depot at Council Bluffs , at 8:16 p m. .
reaching : Sioux City at 1ft 0 p. m. , and St. Pinl
at 115 a. m , ma&Inz
TEN HOURS IH ADVAITOE or
ANT OTHER ROUTB.
Rctnramj , leave St. Paul at 3SO : p m. , ar.
at Sioux City at 4 : 5 i. m. . and Union
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bla3j , at 9:50 :
a.m. Be sure thit your tickets read via " 8. C.
& P. R. R. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent. Missouri Valley , Iowa.
P. E. ROBINSON , Asa't Oen 1 Pass. Ajent.
3. H. O-BRTAN ,
Southwestern Freight and Pasxonper Agent.
myin-tf _ Council Bluffs
TUNE
1S8O.
K. C. , ST. JGEa C. B. R.R. ,
Is the only Direct Line to
ST. LOCIS AND THE EAST
From OilAHA and tee WEST.
Ko change of cut between 0naha and Bt. Louis
and bat one between Omaha and Now York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
BUCniKQ ALL
Eastern & Western Cities
With less charges and In advance of other lines.
This entire line is equipped with Pnllman'0
Palace S'eopln ; Cars , Palace Day Ooach-
es.HUlcr'a Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
Wtttlnghonse Air-Brake.
13-SEE THAT YOUK TICKET READS-
5TVla Kansas City , St. Joseph and J
X3-ConncilBluir3K.R..vla Sf
jtarJo and.St.Lonl3.-Bl *
Ticket * lor sale at all coupon statlonfl in the
West.
J. r. BARNARD , A. a DAWES ,
Gcn'l Sapt. , Gcnl Pass. & Ticket Art
St. Joseph , Mo St. Joseph , Mo ,
W. C. SEACHRIST , Ticket Aeen. ,
21i Fifteenth Street , between Famhao and
Donzlan , Union Block , Omaha.
JOS. TEHOK , A , B. BARNARD ,
Pass. Agent , Cmha. Oen'rl Acent , Omaha.
CHICAGO SHOT TOWER CO.
Mannfocturen ol
STANDARD SHOT
- /I-eL2 SS5MK Ei"sS23 aJ
Viiinmnnnnnmnrmmi'niii/
BE SURE TO EOT IT.
THE BEST IK MARKET.
B , W , BLATCHFOKD & CO.
Msauticturers of Lead PIpe , heat and Bar Lead ,
Block Tin , Pipe and Solder , Linseed On
and Oil Cake.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
70 NORTH CLINTON ST. , CHICAGO
DR. A. 8. PENDEKY ,
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN
HAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED HI3 MED
ICAL OFFICE ,
193 Tenth Street , OlfAHA , NEBRASKA
Offering his serviced in all depanmcctl * o
medicine and surgery , both In general an
i pedal practice , cnt and chronic disease * C
u consulted night and dly , sjidwtUrldta
p&rt of tha city aad county on receipt of liHt2
KIDNFGEIiis highly recommended and unsurpassed for "Weak
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy , Bright'a Disease , Loss of Energy ,
Nervous Debility , or any Obstructions arising : from Kidney or
Bladder Diseases Also for Yellow Fever , Blood and Kidney
Poisoning , in infected malarial sections.
/9T5y the distillation of a FOREST LEAF with JUNIPER BERRIKS and BARLEY MALT we hay
discovered K'DS EOFN.whl'-1' acU speclflcsllv on the Kidneys and Urinary Organs , remoTliu InjurloUt
d p > > lu forra l In tbe b ajler and pnrentln * anj slrtinlosr. imutlc Mnutlon boat or Irrltatt 'P
In the m'mbrmoas U In * of lhi dactt or wjter fna * ta It excites a healthy action In tln KMnryr
gi lnr 'h-ra strength , rljor * nil restoring thue ornns to 4 h ilthy condition , sbowlar Iti effect.
on bnf tha col'.r and cv-y Oow o ( urn - It con be taken nt all time * , In all cllmttea and under i1
clrcumrtancts * wnhnn * . Injury t > tha yHtem. Unllka any other prtp.ration tor Kidney ultScultlc.
It hutarcrr ptatxan ant n'reijtble tastaand flavor Ithasbeea difficult to male a preparatjoi
conWnlnjr positiya niuro'l-prup riles which will not nauseate , but be acceptable to the sbmach
Before tat In ? any Llvfrm-di Its. Iry a bottle of KlDNKOE to CLSA.N3K tha KIDNEY * ( TOO-
foul m > tter Try It an t yu IU alw < ys ni It 01 a ( imlly meillcinj. LaJiea especially will : lka it
and Gentlemen will9rd KIDN'KGRN the best K'.iIne\rT > mc eyer iue- ' !
NOT ICE hach boti ! Njara thn msmture of LAW KEXCE 4 \RT1N" . aso a Proprietary Govern
ment Stamp , which permit * KIDNEUEN to ba sold ( without' license ) br Srcats ! , Grocer a am
Other Persons everywhere.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for Genera ! and Family Use.
Itnotfoundat your DrajzUti or Grocers , we will sendabottls prepaid to tha nearest xtrei *
office to you
LAWRENCE & MARTIN , Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DEUGGISTS , GKOOEES and DEALEBS everywhere
WhoiesalS < ! iefit In Oniaba/8TEELE , JOHUSON Sz CO. , UI enpply tbetnda at manufacture
prices. _ _ _
WHO 19 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY O < " THIS
VS lE BY KXAMIHINC THIb MAP , THAT THE
CHICAGO , ROCX ISLAND & PACIFIC R.
IS TllE GREAT COSSECTEURI1SK BETWEEN TI1E EAST & THE VtoZ \
" " " " " " '
IU main Una runs from Chicago .a CorlfloU
niutn , paMlnit thrmiEli Jollet , Ottora. L SiHe. irreat f eatcre of our Pahico Cars Is SMOtu" l
"
Oeneaeo. Mollne. Kocic IsIoncT , Datenport. \ wt SALOON * nerayon cnn enjoy your " "
Liberty. Iowa Cttr.Mareneo , Eroo lyn.Ortaaci. : at all hours of the day.
lies Molnes ( the capital ot Iowa ) . Stuart , Atlan Maimlflcent Iron Brtdces spaa
tic , nnd Avoca ; with branches from Bur a and Missouri rivers at all point * croi ed > . 'J
Junction to Peorla : Wilton Junction toMusca- line , ana transfers are arotdwl at Connot - '
tlto. Waahlncton. FalrScId. KUon. Uelknap , Kansas Cltr. Lcavenworth. and Atch' > ' > >
CentroTille. PrinceWn.Truntoa. Oollatln. Cama- nectv > n belneroade in unionit > epnts
rnn. Leavenwortb. Atchbon , and Kansas Cltr : THIS5OKtlAT J&f
Wwbloeton to aicnaroer , Oskaloosa , and Knox- OKtlAT TUKOCOI1 LINK
vlllo : Keolns to Famlnston. Bonaparte , Bon- .
tonscort. Independent. Eldon. Ottumwa. Eddy- At CZIICMOO , wittl all dlventlnt liner H *
Tilie , OfUblooaa , Polln..Monroe , nnd DCS Moines :
Newton to Monroe i Dei Molnes to Indlsnola and At ENOLinooD. with tllfl 18.411.5. v
Wlntersct : Atlanta to J wls and Andabon t ana Ft. W.4C.R.UUS. . . .
A-nca to llarl&n. This Is poeltlvelr tbe only At WA8RINGTOK HliainS. WlU PU
Kallroad. whlcA owns , and operates a through L. U. IU
llnd fron Chlcuxo Into tno State of Kansas. At LA SULLE. wt. i III. Cant. R. R.
Thronca Express Pamencer Trains , with Pull \tPEOKIA.wlthP. J'.AJ. : P.U.I
man ° alaco LciaatWchert.Rroruii each way daily y.i 111. Mid. : andT.KdE W. Rd .
between CHICAGO and FfiOnu. KaxsAs Crrr , At HOCK. fsLANn with "Mljwaukoa
Conxcit. liLnrra. LSATRXWORTU and ATcai- bland 3Uort Line , " and Hoc * Ul'd A V6C. A
SO v. Through cars ara also mn between lli' au- At UATBJiPOUT , with the Davenport * *
tee nnd Kir.cas Cltr. via the "Jlllwaukse and C.M. 4bt-V.it.lt.
Kocklslana 8hoLine. . " .
MJB - Great Uock Islana" 1s magnificently -TlthCentrallowaR.lt.
equipped. Its road bed Is Implr * n set. and IU MOI.Vkd. with D JLAF. D 1UA
track Is laid with steal rails. - AK.OUNCII. BLcrrs. with Union Panner. .
WhatwUJ pleaaa yon raortwtllbe thepleasnn At OMAHA , witb B. & Mo. it. B. B , in
or enjojrlnjc Tour wl . while passing over tha
beautiful prslrles of Ullnola and Iowa. In on a of At OrruuTVA. wita Central lowaK
cor magnmcant Dining Cars that accompany all Bt. L. * Pac and C. B. * Q. K JWs.
Thronsu Express Tnttna. Too cet an entire A KloKUK.wltu
cmt. tu ) itooo as Is nerved In nny first-class hotel. Loun)4Hao..nnrtSt.
[ orsevcnt7Qva cents. At CAMEROV. witbTLBUJ. K.R.
f pDrclsttec tha ( act that a majorltr of tha At ATCHISON. with AtchV. Topcln & Samfr-
psopleprefer * separata apartments lor different ' ten. & .Neb. and Ceu. Br. U. f. B. tUU.
purposes ( and the Immense r pns onccr bnalaeis At l.EJiv is WORTH , with Kan. Pao , - < n * - *
of this line warrantlsu It ) , wo arc plrased to an- Ccnt.lt.Kda.
nonnoa that this Companj runs Pullman Palati AtKANaAi crrr.witu ail lines for ww - - *
Savin * Can forstoeplne purposes , and POace . and Southwest.
PfJIjI.KA'S' PA'tACE OARS a . ran through to PEORIA.11ES M
COUXCf.L. BttrPFsTiLAASAS CIYT. A TClIlbO.V , pnd l EAVkjiWOUT
Ticket * vlii thU Z.lnc , known H * the "Great Kock Jaland Koutc , " r K > ts
all 'ricltot AeenU Iti tha "United 8tnte i.ntl Cnnadn.
For Information not obtainable t year home ticket offlee , addreu.
A. J&LXL'BA.'LiTLi , E. ST. J
Qea'l Suparlntendent. U a'l Tit.
GHAS. SHLVERIGK
FURNITURE , BEDDING/ FEATHERS
And Everything pertaining to the Fnrnitnre ard
"Upholstery Trade.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF HEW GOODS AT THE
ap Si mon th u and 1210 Farnham Street.
Improved Buckeye
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
± 880 _
MANUFACTURED BY P. P. MAST & CO. , SPRINGFIELD- ! )
They also nake Buckeye Improved Iron item Walking
Cultivator" with or without Springs.
The New Force Feed Buckeye Drill , one or two Horse Style *
Enquire lor them at the bear dealers.
F. H. PUGH , Gen , Agent , Omaha , Neb
Ear Diseases.
DR. E. E. SHOEMAKER.
Thft wll known Aural Surgeon , of Reading : , Fx.
who has been la the Medic a profession orer 20
years , gives all his time * -xcIusiv ! y ti tha treat-
meat of dtafotn and dl'Mses of tha ear and
catarrh. He sends a Talaable little book of 01
paea on tbe tr amant of these dissiee * . frte
to all This book pres refeiencts and teatl *
monlali fiat win wttrfy the moot tkettlctl He
li alio author tf i wnrK ot STS pa : es. ottaTO , on
thfia dbeases.and th ir proper treatment ; pr'ce '
52b/malL No fimllj sbonldbawlthoatthlsTalu-
ab'ebook. It will save tuff enn ? loss of bearing
and d ctor's fees Pr. Shoemaker's Remedy for
the cure of Rnnnlnsr Ears , ( s nnlT wlly cknowl'
edjelby phja'ciansand the pubic ) n general
M tbe only trn'y ' nlti'ls BexeJy for tbe cure i.f
this oalhMoms dliease. It b harmlw < , plea aat
and rel alls , sa < t wtllcnre almost any cue eren
of forty years' standlnj , all bad smeU and on-
plealantnesi of the dueue hostantly remored
and hearinz in most case * matly Jmpr T d
permanently Price 2Sold by J . K Ish-
wnolesaeaad ! retail deal r In drais and m dl-
clzes and snrzicil lastrua ent , lia K rabm st.
Omaha. sep27d od-lm
x wee * la Vour own town. lerma ud
Addrew H. HxUett 4JCon
7 < ] a weak. tl2a'day atr < ee * ilyniJ < ! e < > et
I'outfit tra > > dflrcislrn &Co.roitl il.JC
NERVOUS DEB1LI1Y
' Vital Wyikncm ant. ros
Humphreys' Su ? ;
c fie No. i 8.
tea remedy known. Piu-oSl cr tU.T
rials and Ur/o vUl ol ' oowderf r 5. jent p < v tta
free on receipt of price. JUjlIPUR' . ? <
HOMED. MED CO09 FoltonSt. . N w > tit.
Illoat. C t.isn of Recclp's apl , dA 'p
01 C n < rjOnP
5t > 0 lU U > 6UW htf. Adilios * atlnnort Jo
Pnrtlamt. Mln .
, MECHANICAL. ASO MINIS" 2 .
CIVIL at tb RtnstcIaerPoUt. ole
IniHtote , Troy. N. Y The oMe t enjlrm nt
school In America. TSaet UUm be lrg S f _ nv.
br ISthr The Rezistcr for 1330 eonufn
of tha ( pr dnate for tha past 51 je rs , wu
positions ; also , onna of stadr , reqair-w ita
rxtwniaj. stC-SJAddrtsaJAY1D U. GKKi < E
Director.