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CHARLES POWELL ,
OF THE PEACE tomer loth an
JUSTICE EU. . Omaha Neb.
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A TTOUKKY AT LAW-Loani money , bnyi
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D. MCLAUGHLIN.
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tg"Collectlnn3 Promptly Attan-led
G'BRitS 8ARTLETT ,
AUorneys-at-Law
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
AR3ACH BLOCK. COR. DODO. & IBTH 8TS.
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Attorney-at-Law
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Orrics 215 South Fourteenth Street.
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OMAHA PUBLISHING COPROPRIETORS. .
SIS Pamkcm , bet. Sth and 10th Street *
TEB1I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION ,
1 Oopy 1 year , In advance ( postpaid ) $8.00
BmonthB " 4.00
8 months " " 2.00
TIME TABLES
THE MAILS.
C , & N. W. E. a 6:80 a. tofciO p. ml
0. B. & Q 6 :30 a. m. , 40 p. m.
O.B.14P.K. B,75SOam.,2:40p.m *
0st Joe E30 a. m
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tT. P. B.B.ll:10 .ta.
O. & R. V. to Lincoln. 10 a. m.
B. * M.R.B.,8 : < Oam.
0. kN. W. , 7 Ca.m.
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0. kN.W. B.R. , U a. m. , 11 p. m.
C. B. & O. , 11 a. m. , 9 JO p. m.
C.B. I. iP. , 11a.m. , 11p.m.
C. B. & 81 , Joe.,11 a.m , , 11 p. m.
U. P. H. R. , i p. m.
O. & R. V. from Lincoln , 12:10 p. m ,
8. City & P. , 11 a.m.
B. &U. iaheb.,4 p. m.
Local mills for States Iowa leave bnt oaoe a
day , vis : 420 a. m.
Office open from 12 to 1 p. m. Sunday * .
THOMAS F. HALL. Postmaater.
Arrival And Departure of
Trains
UNION PACIFIC.
Dally Express. . . . 12:15 p. m. 835p.m.
do Mixed 6:10 p. m. < Sfip.m.
do Freight 6:30 a. m. 1:40 p. n > .
do do 8:15 a. m. 12 0-a. m ,
TIMK CAKD OF THE BURLINGTON.
LIAVB 01UBA. ABJUTS OlUHi.
Express 8:40p xa. Express lOrtO a. m ,
Mall fl.-OO s. m. Malt 10:00 p. m.
Sundays Excepted. Enndayi Excepted.
CHICAGO.'ROCK ISLAND i. PACIFIC.
Mall . 6:00 : x m. I Mail . 10:00 : p. m.
Express. . . . . .JiO : p.m. | Express. . . .10:60 : a. m.
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN.
Mall . 8r0a.rn.liun . - 7S8p.m.
Knprew . 8:40 pi m. j Expre B . . . .10:00 : a. m.
Sundays exceptod.
KANSAS CITY , ST. JOE & COUNCIL BLUFFi
taaT IRMVB.
Mall . 8:00 a. m. I Express . 7 : < 0 . m.
KxrireM . 6:00 p. m. | Mall . 7:2a i. m.
The cn'.y line runnlne Pullman Sleeping Can
out of Omaha to Union Depot.
OMAHA i NORTHWESTERN AND JSIOUX
CITY & PACIFIC F AiLROADS.
Brpreag _ . .8:00 a. m. ] Fxpreffl . 1:30 P m.
Dally Except Suadnys.
B & M. R. E. In NEBRASKA.
LT1TI. AKK TX.
ThrouhExp..8iOam : I Through Exp .4:00 pm
Lincoln Exp. .6.16 p m ( Llr.c.In Exp. . .9 .30 a m
SIOUX CITY & ST. " * UL R. R.
6:10am : | > zp n . 10:00 am
Express . 8,40pm I Ai . 720 p m
WABASH , bT. LOUIS t PACIFIC.
LSAVU. UUUVH.
Mail . _ 8a.m. I Mill . 11 5 a m
Ezpreoi - 8:40 p. m. ( Express . 4:25 p. m.
BRIDGE DIVISION U. f. R. R.
L tre Omaha , daily. S a. m. , 9 a. m. , 10 a m. ,
11 a. m. , 1 p. m. , X p. m. , 8 p. m , 5 p. m , , 6 p.
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Leave Council Blnffs ; 8:25 a. m. , 9:26 a.m. ,
1035 a. m. , 1135 a. m. . 135 p m. , S:25 p. m. ,
3:26 p. m , 535 p. m. , 635 p. m. ,
Four trips on Sunday , leavinc Omaha at 8 and 11
a. m. , 2 and 6 p. m. ; Council Bluflf at 9:25 ,
m. , tnd 2:25 : and 535 p m.
LeaTe Omaha : a. m. , 7 a. m. , 8 0 . m. , 1
p. m. , 40 p. m. , 735 p. m. ,
Leave Coancll BIn3s : 6:15 a.m , , S:40a , m. ,
UHO a , m. 535 p. m. , 7:00 p. m. , 7 0 p. m
Dally except Sunday.
OMAAA & EEPUBLICAN f ALLET R. .
1111 IMSa-in. . 4 5 p. m.
D&llv except Sundays.
SANTA GLAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of the Age.
Wonuerful disco verlw in the world havebeen made
Among other things where Santa Clans BUjed
Children Ott ask II he makoa coeds or not ,
U really h lives In a mountain ot eaow.
[ Alt year an excursion pilled clear to the Pole
And suddenly drcppod In to what gecmedllkekholc
Where wonder of wonders theyfonndanowland ,
iVhlle falry-likj belngi appeared on each hand.
There were mountains like ours , with more
beautiful gitxn ,
And far brighter skit * than ever were seen ,
Birds with thi huea ot a rainbow were found ,
While flowers of exqulflte fragrance were grow
Injp around.
Wet long were the ; left to wondtr in doubt |
A bcluc coon cxme th/ had hcikhi Much about ,
Twaa Santa Claus' sell and thl.thcy all say ,
3e iBoked like the picture t eseo every day
He drove up a team that looked vcrVquoer ,
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But be took thorn on botrd and drove them
He showed them an over bis wonderful realm ,
And factories making goods for women and men
furriers were working on hata great and email ,
To Bunce's they said they were sending them 11.
Kris KIngle , tbe Glove Maker , told thorn at once ,
All our Gloves wo are Bonding- Buncc ,
Santa showed them impendent and man ? thlajt
more. >
Jayinc I also took these to friend Bonce1 ! stOTt.
Santa Clang then whispered a eocrct bi'd tell.
ks In Omaha every one knew Bcnoe well ,
le therefore should gcnd his goods to his can ,
inowlng his friends will get their full share.
Sow remember ye dwellers In Omaha town ,
Ul who want presents to Bunce's go round ,
'or shirts , collars , or gloves great and email ,
lend TOUT ulster or aunt one aiid all.
Bunco , Champion Hatter ot the West , Donglu
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B. A. S. PENDERY ,
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN
UAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED HIS MED
ICAL OFFICE ,
4M Tenth Ettoet , - OUAHA , NEBRASKA
Offerln ; Lit serriees In all departments o
medicine ant' sorcery , both in cencial an
pedal pracU-e acnt and chronic diseases Oa
be consnlted nl Ll and day , and will risltai
iart of the city and county on receipt of latt
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A new an4 hitherto unknown remedy for all
disease * of the Kidneys , Bladder , ana Urinary
Oreant.
It will positively cure Diabetes , Orarel , Drop- 1
y , Brisht's Disease , inability to retain or expel !
be Urine. Catarrh ot the Bladf er , high colored
nd vcant ; urine , Painful Urinating1 , LAMB
1ACK , Uencral Weakness , and all Female Com *
plaints.
It avoids Internal medicines , is certain In It
Meets and cures when nothing ; else can.
For sale by all Druggists or tent by 'i free
pen receipt of the price , { 2.00.
DAY VEY PAD CO. , PROP'RS.
Toledo , O.
.r yoor addren for our little book.
How a was Saved. "
MKS K. ISH , Atrent for Hearuka. ]
POEK PACKING.
Beginning of the Regular
Winter Season-at St.
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iLouts.
What the Packers Say About
the Outlook.
St. Louil Pejmb'lein , No * . L
To-day , the 1st day of November ,
tbe regular packing season begins.
Tha pork packers in national council ,
assembled many years ago agreed that
all meats cured between the 1st of
November and the 28th day of Feb
ruary would be considered "regular , "
and in their annual conventions since
this rule has been more and more rigIdly -
Idly enforced. All hogs slaughtered
from the 1st day of March to the Bfst
day of October , their meats are called
"summer cured. " In years gone by
all bogs were slaughtered in four
months namely , November } Decem
ber , January , February , the coldest
mouths in the year , and much money
was lonfc in. tbe event of a thaw or
warm spell coming on suddenly. But
with the increased demand for pro
visions , the hog product , meats ) as
hams , fihouldeis , eides , tolled and
smoked , and lard , fete. , and the inn -
n > viatons : brought in by Yaukee in
genuity in the construction of pork-
houses where ice could be utilized and
a cold atmosphere obtained.
THE SCMIIEE CUMSO
has assumed immense proportions and
fully as many hogs are now killed in
the summer as in the four winter
months. In this city 4he summer kilt
ing was not very large , yet from the
firat of March to date 410,650 heaii
of hogs have been killed , and most of
this product ha beeu disposed of. On
Saturday , a Republican reporter inter
viewed the leading pork packers in
the city to obtain their views on the
prevailing prices of begs , and inquired
as to "when they would begin opera
tions. It is perhaps well to atate to
the uninitiated , that the business of a
pork-picker is very riaky , and no oth
er mercantile pursuit requires so much
astuteness and foresight , as sucoers
hinges entirely on their good judg
ment , and where millions of dollars
are involved , as a matter of course ,
packers ara very cautious. The prices
of hogs are their great stumbling
block. To ono packer values of hcga
on a certain day might be considered
by him low enough , and he orders his
buyers stationed at the stock-yard ) to
go ahead and buy all they con at a
oertain figure , which he names ; the
buyers proceed , end by ni bt ,
perhaps , one hundred nud tiifty
thousand dollars ate required
to § 2pay for their purchases.
The next day , and , perl.aps , the two
or three following days , pikes grad
ually go down. This is where the fine
work comes in. It is to know when
to buy and when to "pull out , " as
they call it , that makes pork packing
protitable. The summer ceaBoni now
about anded , has been a successful
one to packers , r.nd all hive made
money , as the prices of provisions
have steadily advanced for the last six
months , and the packers who held
their winter's killing , and those who
slaughtered right along , received
handsome retnrns on their invest
ments. "
THE BTirr FIGURES IN PROVISIONS
Have been distrusted of late , however ,
and about a fortnight ago n break was
made nnd values became lower , which
started a decline in the hitherto high
prices of hogs , and declines became
general and fell fully $1 on the hun
dred pounds. During the past three
no jo fi ti aoLiuu con inliuu pFiuos-nciii-
up a little and are fully 81 per one
hundred pounds higher than last year
at thi time. The range for November
1 , 1880 , may bo put down at $4 30 ©
4 65 , while the following table will
show the weekly prices for threa pack
ing seasons in the month of Novem
ber :
W9-80. 1S7S-9 1S77 8.
Nov. 1. . $34 370 J2 CC3 SO ? 4 2JQI 75
Nov. 7. . SS5jx3 5 2 4Cg5 CO 4 Z'4 ' 0
Nor. 14. . S 25CS 80 2 4 < ) @ 1 05 8 0l 65
Nov. 21. . 3 CCKtft CO 2 3532 65 3 ? I"C4 65
NOT. S3. . 8 t Cl 16 2 ICgS 85 t 75(24 ( 45
THE riBST HOUSE TO BEGIN
Is Birlle & Cochrane , with a capacity
of 4,000 per day , and it is the inten
tion of this firm to ruu under full
pressure. Tn fact , on Saturday over
1,000 head of hogs were killed nnd
strung up , and by evening were cool
enough to. be cut up. Capt. "Wm.
Bartle , the manager , laughingly re
marked , "When yon get a good offer ,
make it ; the lard from those hogs is al
ready sold , and certainly at a profit. , "
Henry Ames A Co. have been killing -
ing all summer and will keep on with
out interruption. The capacity of thia
house is 2,600 head per day , and they
have been killing about seven or eight
hundred per day , but from this on
will slaughter to their full capacity.
Mr. W , H , Scudder , the president of
the company , was of the opinion that
the price of hogs would not come
down much , if any , the present sa-
son , and his reasons therefor were
that last winter's and this summer's
c
crop of provisions were almost en
tirely exhausted , except some bar
relled pork which will not last to the
a
end of the month. It was reasonable
to suppose "that prices of hogs would Ba Bt
range from $4 60S5 00 per 100 a
pounds , and perhaps higher , but cer 1
tainly no lower. 1t
The reporter , under the escort of 1t
Mr. Scudder , inspected the entire i
building , and it is safe to tay , without
of "contradiction , that this old
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and celebrated bouse has the latest j ,
improvements and many that others
have not. "Do you see that upright j ,
engine , with small tanks and a lot of j
pipest" said Mr. Scudder , at the same
time pointing to an engine. There
porter admitted he did. "Well,1
0 ntinced he , "that is the substitute
f rice. " The marits of this new in
r 'ntion were then pointed out and thi
workings explained. The engine ii
employed in pumping and ciroulatini
a pickla or brine scientifically cnlle :
solutisrchloripi sodium through pipes
into large flat iron paus situated under
the floors of the slaughtering anc
salting rooms , and this liquid by ev-
apora'ion cools the atmosphere as
qnickly and as readily as ice can , ace
at one-tenth the cost and labor. The
novel smoke-houses were &lao ah&wn.
wbereifi meats chn bo smoked eff-
ocUally ! by a "cold smoke" in thirty
hours , wh le all the other housea use
the old ctyle of hot smoke , which re
quires weeks of time. The salting of
meaa is also done very expeditiously ,
and in lets than half of the time of the
old way.
Alt Or THE SAME OTINION.
The majority of the packers seem
to agree that'pricea on h&js for tl e
next eix y days will not fluctuate
much from the present figures as given
above. Soaie , however , confidently
predict that prices will go as high as
SG per 100 tt . Should cold weather
set in oan most of the picking-houses
will run their ftill Capacity , barring
high prices. Some packers argue
that tba hog crop is not full ready yet
nnd will not be for folly one month ,
and if too large a demand is made for
hrgs values will get out of their con
trol. Although discretion is one of
the leading characteristics of a packer ,
sometimes in a "brush" or "bluff1
they overreach themselves and go
a littte further than they wanted to
before they can call a halt. Tha
term "brush ) " as Understood and
practiced by packers , is to pay a little
moro than another packer in a compe
tition for the day's offering" , and n
"bluff" is to willingly pay higher
prices , ac they often do , just to bring
in a big run. Tne over-price on that
particular lot of hogs , no matter if
thera are 10,000 head , is carefully
counted up and is deducted on the
next lot , providing their "bluff"
worked and brought a much larger
supply than usual and the weather
turns just a little bit warm. This
ractice is not indulgad in to any
alarming extent only in a mild form.
In Chicago , however , it is a common
occurrence , and the "boys" would not
feel happy unless such games were in
VOgai ? , ( .specially "bluff. "
The total packing capacity of the
Various pork houcoa ID this city ag
gregates 35,000 head per day. There
sra also located in St. Olair county.
III. , at the Nationel stock yards , two
packing hi uses of 10,000 head , nnd it
is rumored that the St Louis Beef
CniiDing company , at the same place ,
may also pack hogs thia season. The
officers are noncommittal and no posi
tive information can be obtained. One
of the packing houses on the East
aide , Francis Whittaker & Sons , have
been killing in a small way all sum
mer , and are still keeping it up. The
other house , known , as the East St.
Louts Packing and Provision com
pany , has beeu idle all Bitmmsrj and
Mir. Richardson informed the reporter
that perhaps they might commence
slaughtering near the close of Novem
ber. Nothing was definite , howaver.
ABOOT THE STOCK YARDS.
Last season nearly all the hogs
packed in this city were bought at the
Union stock yards , and it was only
once in a while when a packer wanted
hogs mighty badly that he srnt his
buyer over to the yards in Illinois.
The National yards have more ship-
pars than packers as purchasers. All
the packers interviewed stated that
their bnj ers wonld ba located thia sea
son , RS in the past , at tbe Union steck
xiarrlM-lnnirprL JlLi.hn font nf
avenue.
Buffalo Bill and Texas JaoS.
I thought I had never seen two finer
looking specimens of humanity , or two
moro picturesque figures. Both vrcra
tall , well-built , active looking men ,
with singularly hondsomo features.
Bill was dressed iu a pair of cordunya
tucked into hitrh boots , atid a blue
flannel shirt Ha wore a broad-brim
med felt haor , sombraro , aud had a
whit. ) handkerchief folded like a little
shawl loosely fastened round his neck
to keep off the fierce rays of the after
noon sun. Jack's costume was similar ,
with the exception that he wore moc
casins , and had his lower limbs encas
ed in a pair ot comfortably greasy
deerskin trousers , ornamented with a
fringe 'alongthe seams. Round his
waist was a belt supporting a revolver
ver , two butcher Jniives , " and a
steal , and in his. hand he car-
rioa his trusty rifle , the "Widow. "
Jack , tall and lithe , with light brown-
close-cropped hair , clear laughing , "
honest blue eyes , and a .soft winning
smile , might have sat as a model for
a typical modern Anglo-Saxon if
ethnologists will excuse the term.
Bill was dark , with quick , searching ,
oyep , Aquiline nose , and delicately cut
feature' , and ghe wore his bsir falling
in long ringlets , ever his sbouldera in
tine western style. As he cantered
up with his flowing locks and broad-
brimmed hat , he looked like a picture
of a cavalier of olden times. Ah ,
well ! it is years now sines the day I
first shook hands with Jrend Bill ,
and many changes have taken place
since then. At that time neither of
them had visited the states or boon
anywhere east of the Mississippi.
They know scarcely more of civiliza
tion and the life of graat cities
than , the Indians around them
Afterward they both went etst and
made money. Cody has , I believe ,
settled down on a ranch somewhere
In Wyoming , and John Omohundro ,
better known as Texas Jack , has gone
to other and better hunting grounds.
Peace bo with him ; he was a good and
kind friend to me , a cheery comnan-
ion , as brave as a lion , as gentle as a
woman , always ready for anything ,
always wi.limj to worfc , cutting down
mountaii s of difficulties into mole
hills , always in goo.l humor , never
quarreling a better hunting compan
ion than Jack was in thosp days , or a
more rcl.able friend , it would be hard
to find. Tliero waa nothing man
about -tack : he waj to Use one of his
own western phrases a real white
men. "Well , " says Cody , after the
ceremony of introduction had bean got
through , and we had ma"3e known our
wishes and aspirations , "I guess
we will both go along with you gents ,
if you likej and if I can. get leilve ,
and I dent know as there will be any
( rouble about that. You see Jacfe nnd
I just started out thia morning to get
a load of meat , but there has bean
0 msiderable of a fire down toward
the forks and scared all the game off ;
and as we had got no stores with ua
for more than a day or two , we con
cluded to come right back. " "Oh ,
Lord , " I sad,5 ! "tha game's all scared
off , is it } what an infernal nuisance !
it does not look a very cheerful coun
try to ride about in without plenty of
game to'liven one up. " "Never yon
mind about deer and elk , " cried Jack ;
"you have no call to worry about
that ; we will find game enough
if yon can hit them ; you think
the prairie don't look cheer-
Fu' ' , eh ? Well , it does seem
kind of dismal , don't it , this time of
year. Ah ! " ho added , enthusiastic
ally , "but you should see it in the
summer , when the grass is all green ,
and the flowers are all a-blowing , and
: he little birdies are a-buiding ! of
; heir neatias and baohoolng around ,
and the deer are that fat they will
scarcely trouble to get out of the way ;
and ss to eating , tliey are just splen-
1M , immense ! I tell you ; ain't they ,
Billl" "Yes , sir , you bet yourbDots
; heyarp. But coma on , Jack ; let's
rurk your ponies and skin out for the
ort ; we don't ' want to stop here all
nigh' , anyhow. Good night , gentle
men ; we will see you in the morning
and fix that hunt all right , I guess. "
And eo Bnffalo Bill and Texas Jack
'fork their ponies and skin out , "
while wo bundle oUraelves into the
vagon and rattle off as fast as six 17-
lands high mules can tear to the fort ,
where we were most kindly and hos
pitably received. Buffalo Bill and
Texas Jack were as fine specimens of
.heir race and class as could anywhere
> o fotlndj and that is saying a good
deal , for honest hearts and stalwart
rauies and handsome features are not
rare among the pioneers of western
civilizition. It might rja supposed
hat the hunters , Indian trailers , cat-
.le'boye.and miners era disagreeable
locplo to co-no across. That is not
; he case at ill. There are , of course ,
some rough characters , regular des *
) radoes , among them , and they oc-
uisionally shoot each other pretty
'reely in gambling quarrels and
Irunken sprees ; but to a
stranger who knows how to
'o'aavo himself they are , as far as
my experience goesj most civil and
obliging. If a man is civil to them
, hey will be civil to him , and if he
does not interfere about their affairs
hey won't bother about his , unless he
wants their assistance , and then they
will bo ready and willing to give it.
The manly sense of independencathe
self-respect , and that feeling of respecter
or others engendered by it , which EO
strongly characterize the American
)3opc ! , are aa deeply marked and hare
as good an efloct among the nomads
of the west as in any other class of
the population. Of course if a man
gives hims ° lf airs hs must expact to
> ay for it. I remember rather
in amusing instance of this. I had
1 l . . . . .
.4- lr .
cr- * * - * 4 > ll -MfrnMl ) IL
irat-rate man , to accompany a friend
.f mine. The day before they were
; o start the guide came to me and said ,
"Now look here , Mr. Earl , I ain't
a-goin' to back out of thia bargain ,
jecausol told you I'd go ; but.I ain't
aareetupoa the job , I tell you. I
lever c"'i'O across a chap with such a
ot of side on in my lifo , and I don't
ike it. However , I said I'd go , and
[ 'm a-xoing ; but I ain't a going at
.ho price I told you. I am going to
charge him $1 a day more. " And so
my friend enjoyed his expedition in
jlissful ignorance that ho was paving
4s. 2d. a'day extra for "side. " [ The
Sari of Dunraveu , in The Nineteenth
Century.
GEEATEST REMEDY KNOWN.
Dr. ( King's New Discovery for Con
sumption ; s certainly the greatest
medical remedy ever placed within the
reach of Buffering humanity. Thou-
mnda of once hopeless cufforers , now
ondly proclaim their praise for this
wonderful Discovery to which they
owe their lives. Not only does itposi-
ively cure Consumption , but Coughs ,
3olds , Asthma , Brorchits , Hay-
? ever , Hoarsness and all affections of
; he Throat , Chest and Lungs yields
at once to its wonderful curative pow
er as if by magic. We do not ask you
.0 . buy a large bottle unless you know
what you are getting. We therefore
arnestly request you to call on your
druggist , J. K. Isu , and get a trial
> ottle free of cost which will convince
he most skeptical of its wonderful
merits , and show you what a regular
one dollar size bottle will do. For
aloby J , K. IHH. (4) ( )
BucElen'a Arnica Salve
The BEST SALVE In the world for
) ata , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt
Ihoum , Fever Sores , Totter , Chapp
ed Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
Einds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
i guaranteed to give perfect satiafac-
led in every case or money re tended ,
'rice 25 cents per box. For sale by
8dly J. K. ISH Omaha.
to Tears befor
THE CEMUiNE
DK. C.'HcLAIvTE'S
LITER PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to , " but in
affections of the Liver , and In all Bilious
Complaints. Dyspepsia , and Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , thev
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid.
with the irnpression.McLANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C. McLASE and FLEMING BROS.
y T" Insist upon having the centime
DR.C. JIcLAXE-S
LIVER PILLS , pre
pared b * *
FLEHlftG Ui:03.Pitiabnrsn : , Pn. ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name J/cinnc , spelled differently ,
but same pronunciation.
UVllPlVE
UNLIKE PILLS
AND THE USUAL PURGATIVES , IS PLEAS
ANT TO TAKE , And will prove atoneethemost
potent and harmless SYSTEM RENOVATOR
and CLEANSER that hw vet be'n b'ouiht to
public notice. For CONSTIPATION. BIUOD-
NE33 , HEADACHE , PILE * , and all dlforders
r.sln from an obstructed state of the system ,
Iti incomparably the b 3t cuiative extant.
Avoid imitations ; insist on gcUinj.the article
called for.
TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE Is pnt Up in
broiled tin boxes only. Price 00 cent * . Ask
your druffglst for Descriptive Parnph'et , or ad-
drees the proprietor ,
J. E. HETnERINGTOX ,
New York or Sin Frandseo.
Before Purchasing AST FoxU of So-Called
ELECTRIC BELT ,
3and , or Appliance represented to cura Nervous ,
Cnronlc and Specla Diseuei , send to the POL-
VEItMACHEROALVANlCCO,61SMoitgomery
Street , Pun Francisco , Cft' ' . , for tue-r Free
Pamphlet nd "The Eltctrie Review , " and you
wi'l ' save time , health and m ney. The P. O.
Co. are the only dealers in Genuine Electris Ap-
iliauces on the American Continent.
m\v TO CURE
CONSUMPTION , COUGHS ,
Colds , Asthma , Croup ,
All diseases of the Throat. Lungs , and
Pulmonary Omans-
USE ACCORD1MG TO DIRECTIONS
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
U/AUTCn UocalAeenU everywhere to sal
Wnll I tl ) Tea , Coffee , BiUng Po der.
Flavoring Extracts , etc , by sample , to femlll ; * ,
Profit good. Outfit free. People's Tea Co. , E
.020. St. Loula. Mo.
THE COLORADO
BUSINESS COLLEGE
This Institution , located at Denver , Colorado ,
the Educational and Commercial center ot the
West , Is pre-eminently tha best and most prattl-
pvl of Its kind for the
MERCANTILE TRAINING
OF
Young Men and Ladies.
G. W. FOSTER , President ,
D. W. CADY , Secretary.
The most extensive , thorough and complete
nstllu'.lon of tbe kind In the world. Thousands
of acconn'anta and Business men , In the prin
cipal cities and towns of the United States , owe
their success to cur course cf training.
The Eight Kind of Education for
Young Men and Ladies ,
Fine , new brick block at junction of three
street car line * . Elegantly fitted and furnished
apartments for tbe applitation of and carrying
out of our novel and systematic methods of
BUSINESS TRAINING ,
Young men who contemplate a business life ,
and parents having sons to educate , are particu
larly requqated to tend for our naw Circular ,
which will glre full InfomutVyi as to terms ,
condition of entrance , etc. J/fcresa
G , W. FOSTER , President ,
iep6-3m Denver , Colorado.
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
m m
m
Wire Fencing and Railing : a Speciality.
Their beuutv , permanence and economy
dilly workln ? the extinction of all fencing
cheap material.
Elegant In derign. Indestnutible
Fences for Lawns , Public Grounds and Oeme-
Ury PUU.
Iron ' Tasof , Lawn Sotteei , canopied and of
ru5tio'pitt mj ; Chairs anil ercry description ot
Iron and Wire omamontal work designed anil
manufactured bv E T. BAKNUM'd Wire and
Iron Wnrk , 17 , 29 and 31 Woodward Are. , De
troit , Mich. S nH - iiB- u -atalogne anil
price llit.
GO EAST
-VIA TOE-
Chicago & Northwesterii
2,380 MILES OF ROAD !
It to the SHORT , SURE and Safe P. cm to Sttwasn
COUNCIL BLUFFS
-J" > _ .
OHIOAGOMILWA1JKEE
and ill polnta KAST ad NORTH.
ft OFFERS THK TRAVEUSO PUBLIC
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN ANT
OTHER ROAD IN
THB WEST.
It if the ONLTBOAD between
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which ll ran
PULLMAN HOTEL CAES !
I n addition to then and to plcue all cl * M of
trarelera.ltirtTes FmST.OTJlS3 MEALS at ill
EATING STATIONS at EO centa each.
ITS TRACK IS STKIWIISI
U you wish the Bst Traveling Accommoda
tions yon lll buy yjur ticket by this Route
O-AND WILL TAKE NONE OTHER.
All Ticket Afftnta cnn sell von Throujh Tickets
rla this ro d nd Check nsnal Bag
gage five ot Charge
OMAHA TICKET OFFICES 12M F.rnham St. ,
Cor. 14th. and at Union Psdflc Depot.
DENVER OFFICE In Colondo Central and
Union Psciflc Ticket Office.
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 2 Now Montgom
ery 8tr t.
For Information , loldera , n : p9 , etc. , not ob
tainable at Home Ticket Oflce , address my
agent of tbe Company , or
MARVIN HUCHITT , W- STEHNITT ,
Oen'l Manacnr. Genl Pisa. Azent ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
JAMES T- CLARK ,
Qenl Az't Omaha ft Conceit Bluftj.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars !
TISJE !
CHICAGO
BURLINGTON & QUINCY
With Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant Paa-
lengcr Ccacbc * , and
PULLMAN SLEEPING * DINING CARS
It It acknowledged by tha rrea , and aU wks
travel uvir It , M ) b tha Bert Appointed * ad
Best Managed Read In the Country.
PASSENGERS GOING BAST
Should oear In mind that this to the
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points Eaat , North and Northwest.
Passengers by thU Route have choice of
FOUR DIFFERENT ROUTES ,
And the Advantage of Six Dally Linea ol Palace
Sleeping Can from Chicago to
New York CityWithout Change.
All Ezpreps Trains on this line are equipped with
the Westinzhouse Patent Air links ) and
Miller's Patent Safely Platform and
Couplers , the most Perfect Pro
tection Against Accl-
denta in the world.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING AND DNINC ! CARS
Are run on th Burlington Route.
Information coneernrasr Routes , Rate" , lime
Connection' , etc. , will bs cheerfully RV | II by
applying it the offica of the lurilngton Route ,
61i Fonrteentn Street , Omaha , Xohraska.
C.E. PERKINS. D W. HITCHCOCK.
Oen'l Manajer. Gen. Wett'n Pass. Ag't.
J. O. PHILU PPI. 8t. Joe. , Mo.
General Agtnt , Oman * .
H.P DUEL ,
fepS-dl 'HgtetAgant Omaha.
sl1SSO _
K.C.ST.JOE&C.B.BR. ,
Is tbe only Direct Line to
ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST
From O1IAI7A and tha WEsT.
Ho change of civn betwron Omaha nnii St. Louii
and but one between Omaha and New Tork.
3EX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
UlCmTO Ali
Eastern & Western Cities
With le9 charges andln advance of other line * .
This entire line la equipped with Pnllman'l
Palace Sleeping Cart , Palace Day Coch-
ea.lllller'i Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
Wdstlngbouao Alr-Brako.
TSEE THAT TOUR TICKET BEADg-M
larVia Kansas City , St. Joseph andS&
/3"CooncllBlaff3l R.vIa SfSt
O-Joa andBt.Loul8.-Ei
Tlck ls for tile at all coupon Btations In ths
West.
J. F. BABNABD. A. C. DAWE3 ,
Oen'I Supt. , Gent PaM. & Ticket Ae't
St. Joteph , Ho EL Joaeph , Mo ,
W. C. SEACHRIST , Ticket Agen. ,
214 Fifteenth Street , betwuen Famhuu and
Donzlaa , Union Block , Omaha.
J08.TEHOIT , A. B. BARNARD ,
Paea. Agent , Omaha. Oen'rl Agent. Omaha.
Machine Works ,
J. Hammond , Prop. & Manager.
The moat thorough appointal and tomplete
Machine Shops and Foundry in tbe stale.
Castings ot every dtscrlptlon mannfacUd.
Engines , Pnmpa and eve -y data of machinery
made to order.
order.pedal attention given to
If ell Anshrs , Pulleys , Hancccrs ,
Shaftin&Bridgc IronsGecr
etc
Flangfornew HachlneryUeachanicaI Dracght *
ng , Models , etc. , neatly executed.
66 Earner St. , Bet. 14th and 15th.
E jF _ COOE1 ,
UNDERTAKER ,
Odd Fellows' Block.
Prompt attention given in orders by telegraph.
* r day at home. Samples ] wort
AddressStlaaon & Co
, is highly recommended and unsurpassed for "Weak
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy , Bright'a Disease , Loss of Energy ,
Nervoap Debility , or a y Obstructions arisins from Kidney or
Bladder TVgaas s ANr * for Yellow Paver , Blood and Kidney
Poisoning , in infected miitiriol sections.
X3-BythedUtili-i . .f * 'OKh-'T 'S-x" with JUMPER BHRRfFS and B.VRLE7 MALT we har
di'CovertJ K D.KU K > ! < < . . S.jailv on tli KMncr snJ Urinary Orjans , rrmovln < lnjui lent
dtpo < iu formu i. Hw . u.t. .1 p.- venting any strJnLe stnartini ; scn'Mlcn beat or Irritation
iutho mtmbni < ni ti. > r > { ii Jih w-r water rr'JR'Io ISetcihs a healthy irtlon In tboKldne- *
glvmr Ihtm streiut1- < -ir .n I rwiiiir these onr\-is ta hevlhy condition , showing IU cflsct *
on both tha coliir at d wy ilo-v . > ( nr n. > It can l > o V k-n at 'II times , in all cHmitcs and undtra'l
circunutaiiceswiincir njuvt > thotpni. . L'nlikeany oherprrpir : ion for Kidney
It has a very pie v.inn . i . - ' V > ! . - > * and livor. It has bes.i l.fflcult < to Diane a prcpar-Uca
containinir positive iiiitrt fc-titop iLt : * ! iich will not nan eate , bnt te acceptable tii the stcc ach
BcforeUbinjany. ircrm'ik i > o .r. Mle of KIDN'CQKN to CLE.O3I- KIDNKYs from
foul nutter Try it xn r-u _ vri'l stw J * u o it aa a f.mily metliclnu. Ladies especially will like It
and Gentlemen will * i'd ICtDXFtiKri t w best Kidney Tmic ever nsfdf
NOTICK tatli boti fe "wan th > stcn"tnre of \WKKXCE i MARTUf , I o a Proprietiry Govern
meat Stamp.-nh'c'i permits KIDMJiiEN to bo sold ( without license ) by Drufjljts , Crocors and
OthirPersons cvcrmtere.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
If not fonnil at your Dni fati or Grutera , we will tend a bottle prepaid to the neamt expraM
office to yon
LAWRENCE & MARTIN , Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DRUGGISTS , GROCERS and DEALERS everywhere
Wholesale ajcaw m Oui."a , aTHELE JOIIASOK i CO. , will supply th trade at mannfaotu
prices.
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. B-
IS Tire fllir AT rOXXECTINB T.INK BETWEEN THE EAST & THE
Itfl mnln line runs frna Ch'ciwo J Connclt
Blufft.paii'lnK thniuch Jollet. < nts * . LaS-xlle.
Oenp eo , Mollne. llocaIsland. . Davenp-jrt t.
liberty. Iowa Citv.aiarenco. Urooklrn. Orinscll.
Do Molnes ( the capital of Iowa ) , fatuart. Atlaa-
tlc. and Avocn : with branches from Bur-na
Junction to Peorla ; Wlltiih Junction toMmcn-
tlte. Wnshlnyton. Fnlrflcld. EWon , Uelknap ,
Ccntrcvllle. I'rloccton. Trenton. Gullatln. C'ame-
r n. Leavenworth , Atchlson , and Katnaa City ;
Washington W SlKonrney. Oskaloosa. an-I Knoxville -
ville : Kcoink to Faralnirton. Bonaporto , lcn-
tonsoort. Independent. KUton. ottumws , EUUy-
TlliB.Oslikloo-i.1. relln.M nroe. anil De Motnei :
N'pwton to Monroe ; HCT Molne * vo Indlanulnami
Wlntemet : Atlantic to J w's nnd Aurtubon ; nnd
A-fica to llarlan. This Is positively the only
Ilallroad. which owns , and operates a through
line from Chicago Into tbe State ot Kansas.
Throuah Expprn f naorTrnlnvwith Puii-
fflan * 4lac .irii .utacli rUar tauca .S j a / -
between CHICAGO and PEORIA. KASHAS Crrr.
Curacit ttiam. UAVI.VWOUTU and ATCHI-
SOJT. ThrouKhcnr < aroaisorunbetweenMil'-aa-
ee nn < t Kin < an ( Ity. via the "illlwaukeo and
Hock Islind Hher * 1 Jn . "
The " Grent V.ock Inland" Is mncnlfleently
eqalpp rt. Its mart bed Ii stniplr XI xt , and lt
tract Is laid with ttoei roils.
What will plca e yon most will be the plcnsur-
of enloytnp vour m aM , while paMlnj ; over the
beautiful nralrlo < of llllnoH antl Iowa. In one of
onrmasniilcent UlnlneC'arnthat accOiTipany nil
Throneh Express Tmlns. Vou Kct an entire
raral. as Rood as it nerved In any first-class hotul.
Torseventy-Uvo reiiw.
I ppreclntlnir the fact that a majority of the
pcoploprcfcr separate apartmentronliaurcnt
pnnKiso ( and the Immense pa en er bmlne'9
of thlilmowarrantlrielM. we uro pleased to an
nounce that this Compnn/ runs I'ullman J' < i/a
Stemns Ca. " forslcoplnc purposes , and fitace
IHnlnq dm for catlnat purp * 80nly.
ercnt lpatr.ro of tur Pnlttce Cars l B „
SALOON * neroyon can enjoy jour -
° " °
j"nan acent Iron BrlOzoi pan the M'JBvMMT
snit MlMonrt rivers at all polnu crow C ; J *
line , and transfers are aroldefl at Cnuncl * ; HBl >
Kansas Cltr. JUeavennorth. and AtchW * ' mv
ncctlnn being made in Union uepnu.
THK PKINCIL'AI. It- CONNKUTl-J C OS
Tllia UllEAT TlIKOUUIl 1ASK AXtf M
At CniCAOO.wtth all aironflc" Una14 MM
East nnd Bouth.
At K.NOI EWOOU. i ltatn lB.JtM. „ . v
it. W. JtC.Il.10M. . ,
. . . . . . . .
. with I * P. AJ-IMJ.4E.
-rr.r * . . * . * ' ! - - .
At Km K L- < LAn > with -Jtllwanlim * a VtH
Islaml S ort Line. " nd llotk lolilft i'eo WM ,
AtUArrspoirr. with Ihe Iiar > > iip rt *
C.M. Jtdt-H.it. H.
At WIST I.IBEKTT , with the n. . C. 1C. & r.
AtllltiNVELr. iKtt rentriii Iowa tc.lv.
Jt t IIE4 JIol.vi.rf with I ) 31. A K. 1 > 1C. it
AtCumcii. llttrrrs. with Union facint
At CMA1IA. with B. It Hi ) . I } . 1C. 1C. In na' 0
.
At trrrUMWA. wltn ' "tntral
Ht. L. A I'ac. . and C. U. i Q 1C. Kds.
At KEOKUK.wltn TOU 1'eo. * War. ; n-
Lour .t Taa. omlt < J > . Keo.N-W-M It * .
At CAMEIIO.V. wltrtll.i't.J 1C.1L
At ATCIIISON , with Atcb. , Topgka & Sjn
Atch. A Neb. and On. lir. if. I' 1C , RdS.
At I.EAvcxwoirrn. with Kan. i'ao ,
Cent. It. lids.
AIKANPA * crrr , with all lines for ux
and Southwest.
J A .ACB CAKS * : * rnti throiieh to i'eOUIA I > ES
COilxUlirjiLUFFS. KAAS-LS CITY , A TCUISOX , onil JL.KA V
Tleketi vlu thl < Line , known nx tbe " < lrrut ICucIx Iilund Jtuute , "
all Tlcfc-et iuent In tbe United .Stole. lnd Cunudu.
For Info inatlon not obUUnuble at your homo ticket efflce , fiddrm.
A KIMBAIjIj. 12. ST..TOIIN. _
Uen'l Superintendent. Uen'l
Fi V i FEATHERS
And Everything pertaining to the Furniture and
Upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF fiEW GOODS AT THE
1 08 and 1210 Funiliuin Streg\
T. S. HITCHCOCK , M. D. S. ,
From New Tork hag located In Omaha , and
Dental Roonu , over A. Cruickshink & Co.'c , Cor.
15th and Dou Lia. sep9-2n >
SHOW OASES
IT
O _ G . W'
1317 CAS3 ST. . OMAHA. NEB.
9A good assortment always on hand-TFa
31. R. RI.SDOX ,
Ceneral Insurance
REPRESENTS :
PIKKXIX ASJORANCE CO. . of I n-
< Ion , CoshAicelg tS.'OTin
WESTCIIESTKIC. N. Y. , capiui t. < x , wj
THE 3IKKC1I ff. of New-uk. N. J. , I.'W.OW
GIRAKI > FIiKPhiIad lplilaCapttaI. . l.COO.OOO
NOKTUWl TKr.N NATIOXAL.Cap-
IU1 TOO.OCO
FIREMKK'S FOND. California 300,000
IIKITISU AJIEKICA ASai'R\NCECo 1.2CO.OM
NK A SK FIRKINS. CO. , Anrcta. . . . ? oO,0 0
AMKKICAr CENTRAL , Assets 0,000
3 ant Car. nf Fifteenth t Douglas St. ,
met- OMAHA. 5SB.
Th e Best Cash D
WUl Open in Kennedy's New Brick Building , 10th and Jones , on .
MONDAY IRNING , NOVEMBER IST , AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M
WITH A LAEGE AJMD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS , NOTIONS ,
Which will be sold at Boston Prices , EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS , direct from the Auction Rooms of New York azid Boston ,
will be offered to tha Public.