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    TliE DAILY
E. KOSEWATHR : EDITOH
THANKSGIVING
A PROCLAMATION.
Ey ll.e. president < f the United States of
t = no pennd in th-ir history since the
"United States became a nstbn has this
people hal at n < lant acd w > universal rea
sons for joy nn.l . pr. tilnde tv the favor of
Almighty G d , or 1 con eul.ject to PO p.o-
founfcn oUferifon to give thanks to H s
vim' kindr.es ? . nd Lumblyto implore His
c nt ued cara and protection. Health ,
we. Mi and prosperity rwiphMtjOl onr
bo'd n ; peace , honor and fiiencUmp with
Srt&SrW ; finned foitl-M adhetwce
by the Rteat Ixxiy of our population io the
nni < . ! f libwly and justice vliich
Lai nade our greatness as a nat.on
and 10 the wi e institufons and
etroi-R fwmo of Co eminent and
cietr. which will ' erpotua e it
Tor ill the clet the llia-ks of n Ljppv ,
TiDile-l po plo with one vo'ce ascecd in de
vout liomasa to the giver of a'J good. 1
fur ' ' more recommend ihn on imir-dsy ,
ti. ' " . 'th ' of N vember next , the people
m I at their respective pl-cea of worship
' of His loun-
to iiipe th'e scTcoowledgBient
tic imd His protects n an ! to ofLr to
H'm prsrtr fo their continuance. Jn
ivitiieM v"Wof I Lave hereunto set _ roy
han < ' an 1 caused the K nl of the Ut ited
.Statf to 1 e affixed. Done at the ci y of
\Vs Hngt'jii. tir's thirty firht dnyof cto-
bcr. i the year of our Lord o.fhou jud
-igh huiXicduBcI eighty , aiidof the lude-
P'rdjura.of the United States the one
huinlreil and fifth.
f -el.J R. B. HAYES.
IJv'be President :
"Wiu fc. EVAUTS Secretary of State.
Tin : show isclosed. [ V. H. BarS -
. * ? * s
num. , f * f
Sv ; JKKSET still persists in being
out of the Union.
S. HAKCOCK ehowed rare
foresight in not resigning that com
mission.
WaOTllAjirTO- now have nn
opportunity to cha'longo General
GarGeld. His address , after March
4'h , Till bo White House , Washing-
injj.-.n , D. 0.
A * FACETIOUS ewtern exchange re-
m-.rks < h&t the diflerenco between
Snra Dernhardt and American women
is t , at whereas eh * has eomany child
ren anu no husband , American ladies ,
ES nrulc , have many husbands and no
children.
JAEh'ELL still yells deGanco atEng
land , and 'dares her to arrest him after
ho.tnkcs a seat in the house of com
mons. Mr. Pnrnell w doing the Irish
pc pie no good by his inflammatory
cpcichcs and is doing himself and
hisxniluonco much harm.
THE people of Nebraska will hold
their representatives and senators in
the next legislature to a ttrict acsount-
abi'ity for their action on the railroad
question. .The itBue has in moat in-
Btances been made so plain 'and predominant
dominant , that there can be no
dispute as to popular will.
NOT even the excil imont of a na
tional election could interfere with
tin etcady current of trade. During
October , statistics thow a slight in
crease of intrnal revenue receipts and
rcniaikibly heavy cuttom receipts.
Compircd with the first four months
of Hie year the trade of the last four
months shows a decided increase.
TIIE national democratic committee
sxra'certatn that enormous frauds were
perp. troled in New York during tint
rccJMit election . and indicate a desire to
> t
"bring the matter before congress. It
vv jn't do. If General Garfield's ma-
jortty wore smaller the counting out
Imiinoss rniqhtbe attempted , but with
219 elcctoral votes it won't work.
TJIK Northern Pacific is steadily
piuhing its way across the continent
and is making its surveys in the
jndyntnina between Montana and
"NV I.ington Territojy. When the
Ifojjthern Pacificfis completed , China
at ) 3 Japan wiil bejbrought by rai ? over
n thousand mileslncaror the east than
they now aro. *
THE annual coifTof suitaining tbe
city guvernmtsnt of New York is
thirty-oticvtoillioni five hunarcd then
naml dullats , all of which sum is
. city taxes and revenues.
. millions are
In fhonaturc oT fixed charge * , being
fievjtratotho * city's quota of state
t a:10n"snd to psymont of interest
till the redemption of the principal
of the city debt. Eighteen millions
of nunicipal taxation ara controlled
i ireoly by the cily officials. Of this
luya , nearly a million is appropriated
i > th j deptrtment of p rks , $3,600-
tjto the board of education , and
< v r a million to asylum and charita-
lo ! inititutions.
CIUCUSMEN oftea give elaborate c l-
c ilitioas of how'much it costs a meal ,
t feci'tlioelepiant ' , ciraffa and kan-
fL n.0 , often letungthe public co fur
i iLj their conGdence as to provide
fiiure. btating the amount of edibles
c Jiismnod by the fat man and the Cir-
c an giant. All these figures , how-
t r , pale into insignificance when
is ivpared with the amount which it
c r-t tbe Middlesex Club to proparly
t toriain General Grant at the recent
li n iuet in Boston. From a state
ti/-Jt Utoly published , it appears thst
i r i > c stogie dinner , participated In
b / 1'40 persons , including eight rep -
p rer * , the bill of the proprietor of
t .Jiotol was § 3,54Gt78 , not includ
in' a number of incidentals , which
I ir : ho total up to a much larger um.
THE late election in Omaha showed
t 3.crj in ? necessity cf an imtrcdiato
iit-vsi in tha polling pnjch a's ' tf
tl * city. Over three hundred citi-
z s w ere practically d"srr < inchi8ed be-
c * & $ of their inaTjililylo deposit their
bgMsin-thefcoxes. Atthetimethe
p ' s closed in the Sixth ward , fully
hundred and fifty voters were still
n o or waiting for an opportunity
. The same in a less marked
r'c may be said of the Firt and
i > wrdB. The , grost majority of
tl -e who failed to vote vrao work-
In 'men whosejjtimo"durins : the dcy
j&V ot ftheirown. "This matter
Bhi ' U at onse be attended to. With
m re voting precincts there would be
le. a delay in counting the ballots and
re eiving the return and lew opppr-
ty oily for mani- "pte.
A W3W TRUST.
It has been well said that ihero are
alw ys"two parties concerned in any
disp'ay of public confidence , the
truttois aud the trusted. No party
has LCO.I to earnestly and implicitly
trusted by the people of tha "United
States as the republican party. Since
the fall of I860 , when their lirst can
didate , In the peraoa of Abraham
Line 'n , was elevated to the presi
dency , ta last Tuesday , when the
kttlligenzc , the wealth , the labor and
industry of tnelsna unit -d in elect ng
General Garfield to the White Hesse ,
ths people cf ib.3 United States hare
in fire successive instances confided
their interests , personal and political ,
to tbe republican leaders.
It is neither th | imenor place to re
view how well or how poorly that pop-
coiiEdsnce has been repaid. For
the t.cxt four years republicans will bo
responsible for the policy of the gov
ernment and the prosperity of the
coantry. The interests of forty mil-
1 ons of people are in their hands and
tha country will hold them responM-
jle for the manner in winch the tru t
is r.(3sn mistered. New issues will
doubtless * risa requiring impartial patria -
tria ism , kwen f9resight and judicial
in their disposition. O'd
son s ore to be healed wounds receut-
ly given tnd received must be closed
end not permittoi to re-open. , The
country demands and expects an earn-
rst , united endeavor for the common
goo i ia which all sections will partici
pate and ia the beneficent effoots of
which all shall share. There are many
mersjres which the republican party
will bo called upon to con-
sidor/and tvhich will require prompt
attention. The question of burden
some national tnxation , the gradual
redemption of the national debt in a
manner that will bear as lightly as
possible on all classes of the people ,
must be considered. The revision of
the tariff will a'eo claim attention , and
wilt require in its discussion a calm
and earnest determination on the part
of the government to legislate for the
best interests of all parts of the coun
try. The commercial interests of the
nation , the decay of the American
merchant marine , the mining and ag-
ricul ural progress of the west , will
fibo become legitimate objects of in
vestigation acd legislation , while the
improvement of the waterways of
the continent and other internal imr
provcments must be dealt with in
the interest of the producers and
shippers of the interior.
Uut the mcst important question
which will arise and force itself as an
htua on the republicsn party within
the next four years is that of the regu >
lalion of internal commerce. This is
the one great topic in which the pro
ducers of the west are most inter
ested. It is a question which cons
ceins vitally the -whole country , pro-
dnccrs and consumers. The arrogant
insolence of corporate monopolies has
become unbearable. The people are
Buffering under extortiocsand discrim
inations which are draining the earn
ings of the poor into the pociclo
cf capitalists end stock gimblers.
The necessities of the more
fiinly settled portions cf the country
ra being token advantage of to inflate
TJilue * , increase { peculation and cre
ate vast quantities of fictitious capital.
On all this the people are compelled
to pay dividends to the aggran
dizement of monopolies and the im
poverishment of the country. An
element of corruption is entering
national as well a's local politics ,
which , irretpsctivo of party , threatens
the rights , liberties nud purses of the
.nation. Great corporations are essay
ing to-wield legislative control In their
own interests not only ia the states
but in congress , and the protests of
the piopla are met -with the query of
the strong to the weaV , "What are
you going to do about itl'J
The republican party has now se-
cared a new lease of power. It has
control of all branches of the national
government , executive , legislative ,
judiciary.lt willba appealed to by the
people ot the country to enact lairs
regulating inter state commerce to
protect fie interests of the producers
and to prevent discrimination and eX'
tortion rgainst the people by railroad
monopolies. Wo confidently predict
that unless some decided change
takes placa in the policy of American
railway management , unless these
corporation consult the interests of
the people tt the came time that they
consult their own , their will bo
revulsion of feeling which will force
tha government to act speedily and
emphatically on the matter or-yield
their'powcr to others better fitted to
rule.
rule.Tho
The republican party will be aff-
o-dodagreat nnd noble oppsrtunity
to increase the debt of gratitude
B
to them. Let them again show that
they are friends of the poor and the
oppressed. Lst them agcin oppose
right to might , and justice to injus
tice , and the people , irrespective of
party afiliation , will heartily endorse
tbe vote , which on tha 2nd of No
vember , again entrusted to their
hands the destiny of the nation.
SOUTHERN DAKOTA is being rapidly
opened to settlement by the various
r-iilroad extensions in that territory.
S3 far tha belt of settlement has foT-
lowed the course of the Northern Pacific -
cific and the Missouri to the detriment -
ment of the fine agricultural lands
further in the interior of the state.
From latest reports it appears that
nest year will witness a surprising
emigration to the territory , which -will
open up new and untried eections of
the country.
OCCIDENTAL JOTTINGS.
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California.
A daring safe robbery was perpetra
ted last week by highwaymen at Ar-
bnckle. Welts fc Fargo were the lo ers
in the sum of 52000. The station
agent was bsaten insensible with sand
bajs.
bajs.Tho
The mining outlook in California
never \rss better than it is at present.
Steady development ia being made In
the old mining counties , and the long
despised qoartz ledges are growing
steadily [ in favor for mining invest
ments.
The troublesome bir which has
formed at the mouth of Feather river
known as the Fremont bar has been
considerably ; improved by the build
ing | of over 1009 feet of wing-dam at
that place.
Caudelaria has four , faro pames , a
gcoi poker game , inatquarade balls
and a barber shop where a otanding
sign ia displayed "washing fifty cents
a week in advance. " Lodging is very
dear , and all impecunious people who
intend to set out for the camp , are ad-
vieed to bring their own bed and
blankets. -
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Oregon-
A dcatruciivo fire took place it
Marion last week , destroying the
leading hotel and much adjacent
property.
Heavy rains have fallen through
the state The weather heretofore
has been so dry that farmers have
been unable to put in their fall crops.
The Sunday school convention of
Oregon and Washington territory ,
which held its Iste sstsion at Port
land , was larpely attended by dtle-
gvcs from the variou ? churches and
Sunday schools of the state and ter
ritory.
Idaho.
Challisis growingstoadily and every
houss is occupied.
A larce shingle mill is being crcct-
ei on Yankee Fork.
Quantities cf flax seed are raised in
county.
Three catamounts were killed near
Boisa City last week.
The Q'lartzburgh ' mines are shown -
! n < { large bodies of high grade ore ;
The Yankee Fork mines ara said
: o be looking better than ever before.
A large and rich gold bearing ledgO
ias been discovered at Stanley Bssin.
Operations have ceased in the prin
cipal mines at Shaw's mountain on ac-
c.uut of pending lavr suits.
A drive of 3,500,000 feet of logs
i3Csod down the Columbia river a
week ago.
The Sub HOBS mine in th * Gam-
biitius district ia one of the bonanzas
of the territory.
Ouster is organizing a bear hunting
club. One member boasts of having
killed no Issa than seven grizzlies in
single conflict.
Washlneton.
Two mountain peaks near Seattle
have been namsd after Hayes and
Ramsey.
A murderer under sentence of death
broke jail list week at Port Townsend
and escaped.
The Goldendalo Sentinel says a
great deal of improvement is coing on
in that place and Klickitat valley.
The survey for the Northern Pacific
road , from Wilkeson to Mud Mountain
is completed. At Mud Mountain the
survey connects with the lines brought
down over the Natchez Pass.
From Port Townsend , seventy-five
or one hundred soldiers have been
taken up the Ska it river , and prompt
measures adopted in regard to the In
dians that have bean making the dis
turbance there.
- The iron industry near P rt Townsend -
send is fts assuming S'JAJ e , and gives
prrmiso I of success. Over one hun
dred men are employed in building
wharves , houses , etc. , for the purposes
necessary. There ii ore enough in
sifjlit to keep'the works busy for at
least ten years.
Montana.
Butto's Presbyterian church is
nfarly completed.
Farming during the past year has
increased 33 per cent.
The new bridge spanning Silver
Bow creek is completed.
Twenty school house * ara now in
courte of erection in ihe territory.
Gracu M. E. church , in Yirjinia
City , is to have A 550 pound church
btll.
btll.A
A large portion of the crops on
the Madison has been threshed and
the yieldes two hfths short of an
average.
A gentleman who recently came up
from Sun river crossing says he met
about 10,000 sheep between that point
and Helena.
The Alice mine at Butte , which
was considered exhausted , bas'struck
a large body of fine ore , assaying
§ 240 per ton.
The Utah Northern road trill not
make its winter terminus at Camp
Creek , but will build thirty-five miles
farther north.
j
Real estate is lively in Helena.
About one hundred and fifty town
lots have changed hands during the
ptst week.
Sportsmen complain of the short
ness of game this season , both in the
famous Nevada creek and Big Blackfoot -
foot valleys.
Coal has been discovered on tbe
Touchett river in Oregon , by ho men
grading on the Oregon River at.1' Nav
igation company's railroad. \
A very Important strike of goldvoro r ,
.assaying from SCO to § 300 per ton , was
made several days ago in the Mantle
mine in the Boulder district.
A very important strike of gold ore ,
assaying from $60 to $300 per ton ,
was mnco seveial days ago in the
Mantle mine , in the Boulder district ,
Montana.
A number of Madison county emi
grants who arrived from the cast last
spring have returned for their fami
lies. They will also bring with them ,
on their return , tools , mining machin
ery , fine stock. t
The citizens of Barker mines are
circulating a petition for a mail route
from Benton to Hughes City. There
about 125 men in the Barker mines
who will remain , during the winter , as
they have built houses and are deve
loping their mines.
The assessment of Ohoteau county
this year amounts to $1,644,300 , nn
Increase over last year of $364,662.
The establishment of the Meagher
couiitr line has caused the loss of
? 150COO to Ohoteau county , as the
cattle ranges of upper Belt , Arrow
creek anS the greater portion of the
Judith basin has been added to the
Meagher county list.
Madioc county has 47 , CSS acres of
land in cultivation , on which wui
. raned during the past year 104.905
bushels of wheat , 140,595'bushels of
oats , , S5C9 tons of hay , besides barley ,
potatoes and other vegetables m
sufficient quantities to , subsist a large
army in a state of protracted eeige ,
800 cows were milked that produced
60,150 pounds of butter and 9900
pouudjof cheese ; 5555 cheep were
shorn , yielding 29,860 pounds of wool.
Twelve quartz milts and five arastras
turned out § 125,979. Placer claims
denied up § 166,149. She has two
grist mills , five saw mills and two
agon fact01 ! .
Nevada.
Several murders among thePJntes
are reported.
Several new strikes are reported in
the Bodie district ,
The railroad to Candelaria is not to
be built thw winter.
Prospecting in the Tnscarora difl-
tnct still goes on with favorable re-
ants.
ants.Tie
Tie Consolidate- d '
§ 226,000 worth of ore last week and
California § 328,000 worth.
A fntil acc'dent ' occurred at the
Wardell mine , near Austin last week ,
the timbering in the shaft catching
fire. Three miners were suffocated.
Piocho boasts that recently a poker
garao was running in the town , during
which amounts varying from § 3000 to
§ 5000 were on the table. Pots ranged
ua high § 1600.
Arizona.
Tucson capitalists get drunk and
eirry 510,000 loosa ia their pockets
now-s-days.
Muonic and Odd Fellows societies
are now forming at several towna in
tha territory.
Six car loads of native copper were
shipped east last week from mines
near Yuma , Arizona.
Governor Fremont h visiting
Southern Arizona for the first time
since his appointment. He will be
treated to a scries of receptions.
A Tombstone company claims the
title to all lots , occupied and unoccu
pied , andaresbont to "institute legal
; e to enforce their cliini.
A military reservation , sir milea
equate , has been Inid out at Yf ileox
Forts Bovrie and Grant will be aban
doned. Troops and aupplita will bo
moved to this new po-t. ;
Thn Sondra highwaymen , who vij.
latcd the international treaty lwj ,
between tha United States and Max-
fto , were tried , by Judge French in
JUCJOH , on the 23rd , nnd found
guilty.
The first prisoner put in the now
jiil at Globe , Arizona Territory , fras
thackled , the iron being pUced out
side his boot. He pulled off his boot
and walked off , leaving the authorities
to ruminate on the matter.
Utah.
The temple at Mante is nearly com
pleted.
Moody and Sankey meetings nt
Salt Lake drew immense audiences.
The Horn silver mine is njw befnc
worked by a force of now men , all
the old miners having It ft
Track laying is progressing finely on
the Utah Eastern railroad , and Park
City will bo reached by the middle of
December.
The Salt Lake Tribune figures that
the average yearly bullion out-put In
Utah for the past four years was a lit
tle more than § 6,000,000.
The Buckeye mine , at Silver Reef ,
has made a strike of an enormous
body of high grauO ore. The strike
is said to be the most important yet
made in the district.
The Utah and Pleasant Valley rail
road is now completed to Provo , the
locomotive having run into the depot
for the first time on Thursday night ,
with several car Icadb pf coal.
Fountain , Green , Moroni and
Mount Pleasant have raised splendid
crops , but Spring City and Ephrnim
have only half crops , the grasshop
pers having made sad hivoo among
the rett.
Dakota.
Navigation on the Red river cqn-
tinues good.
The new flouring mill at Fargo will
be in operetton by December 1.
Work on the new Fnrgo public
school building is progressing rapidly.
Three Inrgo two story buildings
aru to be erected in Alexandria at once
A singing school , composed of sixty
pupils , has been organized at Calliope.
The new round house at Milbank ,
completed will liuvo twelve
Judge Fisher has about completed
arrangements to build a grist mill in
Spink county.
A new round house , shops and oth
er railroad buildings will soon be
erected in Fargo.
Union county has appropriated
seven hundred dollars toward building
a bridge acrors the Sioux at Calliope.
The loss of1 stock in Hutchison
county during the storm is estimated
to have been to the amount of § 6000
or § 8000.
The many new buildings being built
at Kransburg , Codington county , give
the town a more settled and finished
appearance.
Schools have been established in
every community in Brooking county ,
and church services and Sunday
schools are held each week.
A large colony from Iowa have late
ly settled in Barnes county , aud are
making preparations to do some ex
tensive farming in the spring.
The engineers of the St. Paul road
are surveying a line up the river from
Mitchell , to intersect the line from
Big Stone lake to the Jim river.
The stock yards at Bismarck are so
arranged as to bo able to load six cars
simultaneously. Three cars were load
ed with cattle in ten minutes one day
last week.
There are eight lakes in Brookings
county with hard , gravelly bottoms ,
, cl"ar waters and high banks. The
waters are filled with nah , great quan
tities being taken out with hooks ,
sncars and nets at all times of the
The hunting party of Sioux Indians
from Standing Rock agency , reached
homo Wednesday night last They
were remarkably successful , killini ;
hundreds of buffalo ? , securing enough
meat for the winter , and richer by
hundreds of dollars in robes.
Wyoming.
Laramie's road to North Park has
been greatly improved.
Liramie has two hundred and six
ty-one school children.
j The Ute are again stealing horses
and c&ttle from the settlers.
Reports from the various ranges
show that the cattle are in good con
dition to stand the winter.
Ibo Wyoming cattle" shipments are
BO heavy that the Union Pacific road
has been compelled to borrow stock
cars from other roads to supnly the
demand.
The Camming City excitement
Btill continues and the prospects of
the camp is said to be flattering
Many of the miners will remain all |
winter.
(
A list of the old pioneers who came
to Cheyenne in ' 67 , and who have
been residents of the city since that ,
date , shows a total of erghty three '
names. |
'
Colorado-
Silver Cliff will have gas.
Proprietors and miners are busy on
Chalk mountain.
The Chinese population of Denver
is rapidly increasing.
The high grade" mineral on Gold
Hill is attracting the attention of
miners.
A fine strike of ruby sliver has
been made In the Crown Point mine ,
on Sheep'a mountain.
Inexhaustible beds of coal I ? * with
in fifteen miles of the North Park
mines.
The Union dipot at Denver will be
5DO feet long. It will bo built of
btone , and will cost $350,000.
Leadville capitalists have bonded
the Pauline lode for ninety days , and
think they have struck a bonanza.
The best North Park mines are
located on Jack creek on the west |
fide of the Babbit range. They are
connected with L ramie City , Wyom
ing by a good wagon roadr
A military guard accompanies every
train on the Mexico and Vera Croz
railroad , and at every aialion a guard
is drawn up under arms on the arrival
of every train.
v v
The Julesburg branch would have
been completed to the Junction with
the D. P. had net the supplies been
exbaurted. Trains are running to a
point fifty miles southwest of Jules-
burg.
burg.Z'ho
, Z'ho Denver rifle club and the New
0/le.ms rifle club she > a match on
Sunday , each club shooting on their
local raniio. Word --came from New
Orleans that the score there was 580.
As the Denver boys"scored G12 , they
won the novel match by 32 points.
The countty along tha Ten Mila
valley frrm Kokomo to Wheeler and
below is destined , within the coming
months . , to become very prominent.
Dining the pail oummcr some very
desirable mining properly has been
dovclopsd showing rich veins. Ti > a
man tlio miners oe tKis section are
trB'
a-inguino of success and certainly the
amount rf mineral shown up juttifis
aiijcn'iro belief of their Jigh antici
pations. Singularly as it may eeem ,
F '
the , v.liolu vallav < 1f'ihi Ten Mile , with
its adj ui"jt mosMtni'ie , shows more
m'iiHiul t5rn docs Leadvillo , at the
" same deptl ) . f Xl.-ojraphlcally and by
"tho internal aigus'inndo evidently the
mines of our uutrlct must increase i"
the'r popularity and rhhness. [
mlt County Times.
AN TNTEIICSTINO LETTER. A spirit
of 'grahtudo prornpla mo to address a
brief note oC thanks. Tlireo months
ago I toturncd from Mobilt ? , Ala. , and
was immediately attacked with what ia
kubwn as Sciatic .Rheumatism. I gm-
oloyed three physicians in succession ,
givincr each one ample time ( o nll'crd
relief if it had been iu his power. I
was not materially beneSttOd by their
arrvices and was beginning to despair ,
when a frioml who had experienced
the effects of St. Jacobs Oil advised
me to glvo it A tria1. I refused , be
cause I did noj , think itheumatithi
could bo cured byoutwprd application ,
Insisting upon a trial.of it he sent me
two bottles. Uuablo to moot his kind-
naaa by furlbor refus.ii , ! had the rem
, edy applied io the parts affected. My
case was so severe thntaftera few appli
cations I scarcely accrued to be bone-
fitted. But before the lirst bottle had
b ou used up , I began to bo relieved
of the patiiful lameness in my hip and
knee , and when the second bottle was
out , I cnuld dress myvelfand walk
about. I continued tj use it , and am
now able to go down to my office and
attend to buaiiiois. Should persons
afflicted as I was desire a stronger
testimonial , I shall tell them i ! they
call upou me , to ivo St. Jacobs Oil a
fair trial ; and I now feel as though I
could assure them the same giateful
and speedy relief that I have ex
perienced.
WESLKT SISSON , Atty. at Law ,
1G9 Washington St. , Chicago.
GREAT DISTRESS
ia often suddenly experienced from an
attack of cramp in the stomach , colic
or other pr.inful aflections , for the re
lief of which nothing is superior to
Dr. Pierce's Compound Extract of
Smart-Weed , or Watter-Pepper , com
pounded from the best French bran
dy , Jamacia Ginger , Smart Weed , or
Wa'er-Pepper , und Anodyne Gums.
Eor | diarrhoea , dysentery , bloody flux- ,
clioleramorbus , ; ts warming , soothing
astiinnont nnd heating properties render -
dor it a perfect specific , umnrpaened
as au anodyne andalimultting onibro-
aHnn nrjiniment. Should ha kept in
every farniljC Sold by druggists nt
fifty cents. ' * "
ffeura/gi'a , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Backache , Soreness of the Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Swell
ings and Sprains , Burns and
Scalds , General Bodily
t'/y Pains ,
Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Feet and Ears , and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACOM OIL
as a safe , sure , simple and cheap External
'Remedy. A trial entails but the comparatively
trifling outlay or CO C ns , and every one suffer
ing with pain can have cheap and positive proof
of its claims.
, Direction ! in Eleven Languages.
.BOLDBYALLDBUGGIBTSAHDDEALEBa .
IH MEDICINE.
I A. VOGELER & CO. ,
i Baltimore * 3TcL * V. 3 , A ,
]
> |
J
n3ways Cores and never dl ap
'points. Tlio world's great Pain-
Rfaliover for Kc.n and Boasts
'Cheap , qnlcfc and reliaWo.
PITCHEK'S CASTOK1A
is * not Narcotic. Children
fat upon , Motliers like ,
Pliysicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates the
Bowels , cures "Wind Colic ,
allays Fevqrislmess , nnd de
stroys Worms.
WEI DE METER'S CA
TARRH Cure , a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
dy , -Tiy Absorption. The most
Important Disoovp/r since Vac-
cination. * Oilier remedies may
relieve Catarrh , thim euros at
any stage before Consnmptio&
cots in >
SHEELY BROS. PACKING CO. ,
Wholesale and Retail in
fEESHMEATS&PHOTISIOKS , ASj : , POULTRY. FISH , ETC.
_ CITY AND COUNTY ORDERS SOLICITED.
OFFICE CITY MARKET 1416 Douglas St. Packing House ,
Opposite Omaha Stock Yards , U. P. R. R.
Successors to Jas. K. Ish ,
Dealers in Fine Imported
Extracts , ToiH Waters , Colognes , Soaps , Toilet Powders , * &c.
A full hue ol Suniical Instruments , Pocket Caaei , Truss's nnd SuprxnUn. AbsoIuUlr Pur
Prugsand Chemical * u > cd in UispenJlnj. Prcscrii tioni filled at any hour of the night.
Jas. JEJ. Ish. Lawrence UlcWahon.
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER.
The Genuine
NEW IV SEWING iAGHS E
93. B wgavlslau ! aVSIaUiBaSVizai
The popular demand for ' the GENUINE SINGER in 1879 exc ded thit of
any prttiou" > ear c'uriug tlie Quarter of a Cen ury in which this "Old
Ueliable" Jlacliice has fce n before the public.
In 1878 we sold 356,422 Machines. In 1879-we sold 431,167
Macbinee. Excess over any previous year 74,735 Machines.
Our sales last year vrere at the rate of over
1400 Sewing Machines a Day !
For i very business dsy in the year ,
Tbe "Old EoliabV
That REAL
Every
Singer is the Strongest ,
Singer Sewing Machine
i'ie ' Simplest the Most
,
chine hs this Trade
Mark cast into the Durable Sewing Ma
Iron Stand and em chine ever yet Con
bedded in the Arm of
structed.
the Machine.
Principal Office : 34 Union Square , New York.
1,500 Subordinate Offices , in the United States and Canada , and 3,000 Offices inthaOld
World and South America. EeplC-dS.-vvtf
HOTELS.
THE ORIGINAL.
Cor. Randolph St. & 5th Ave. ,
OH10AGO ILL.
PRICES REDUCED TO
$2.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY
Located in tlio business centre , convenient
io placK * of amit < y 7nentEl canly fnrn fihoJ ,
containing all modern tlmproTcmentg , pftMcn er
eUvMor , &c J. II. CU1IMINOS , tropriotor.
otietf
Cor. MARKET ST. & BROADWAY
Council mutts. Iowa.
On line o Street Itallwiy , Omnllim otndfrom
all trams. RATES Parlor flur $3.00 per da > ;
second floor. 32.60 perdiy : third fli'or , it CO.
The best furnished and mo < vomxnlloiu lionse
In tbe citv. OKO. T. PHELPS Prop
OMAHA , NEB.
IRA WILSON PROPRIETOR.
The Metropolitan is centrally 'located , and
first c'aea in every respect , having recently been
entirely rcnova'cd ' Tlio public v.i 1 finil it a
comfortalilo mid homelike house. nurStf.
UPTON
Schuyler , Neb.
House , Good Veals , Good Beds
Airy Room" , and kind and accommodating
treatment. Tw i good sample roonn. Spccia
attention paid to commercial travelers.
S , MTLLEE , Prop. ,
alS-tf Schayler , IJeb.
FHONTIER HOTEL ,
Laramie , Wyoming.
The miner's resort , good accommodations ,
arge earn pie room , charges reasonable. Special
Attention git en to traveling men.
11-tf H. C UILLUKD Proprietor.
INTER-OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
First-cl sg , Fine argo Sample Kooma , one
block from depot. Trains step from 20 minutes
to 2 hours for dinner. Free Bns to and from
Depot. Hates 82.00 , 2.60 and $3.00 , according
to room ; a ngie meal 75 cents.
A. D. BALCOJI , Proprietor.
ANDUF.W ROUDKW. Cnief Clerk. mlO-t
EAST INDIA.
ILER & CO. ,
SOLE MANUPAOTUESRS
OMAHA.
To Nervous Sufferers-The Great
European Eemedy Dr. J.
B , Simpson's Specific
Medicine
It is a positive cure forSpermntcrrbei , Seminal
AVsakni-ss , Impotency , and ail disea'-ei reiultin ?
from Stlf-Abnge , as Mental Anxiety lo-n ot
Memory. Pain * li the Back or Side , and difeages
[ that Jel to
Comnmption
Insanity acd
anearlygrave
The StpedSe
Medicine Is
being used
wits vronJer-
Ful sacce 3.
i , 1 Pamphlets
saut free to alL Wrte for them anJ set full
pmicnlirs
Price Spelflff , $1.00 par package , or six pick-
ages for $5.00. Ai'drcts all orders to
J. B SIMPSON MEDICINE CO. ,
Kos-101 and 108 Main Et. , Eu3alo , N. T.
Sold in Omaha b C. F. Ooofimin , J. W. Bell
J. K. I.'h and all drazgis's eveiywhere.
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving Kew York Every Thundaj- 2 p. m.
For
England , France and Germany.
For Passage apply to
C. B. RICHARD & CO. , 1 I
a *
I
York J
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
HOUSE
IN NEBRASKA.
CALDVVELLHA1VIILTONICO
Bmlnesa transacted gune as that o an Inccr-
pcrated Bank.
Accounts kept In Currency or golJ enfcject to
light check without notice.
Certificates of ilrpoait Usuod parable In three ,
Six and twelve months , bearing Interest , or on
demand without interest.
Advances made to cnstomors on approved Be-
cnrltlM at market rates of Istcrcat
Bny and sell zold. bills of exchange Govern
ment , State , County anil City Bonds.
Draw Elht Drafta on FnjUnd , Ireland , Scot
land , ind all parts of Europe.
Sell Ejropean Famee Tickets.
RQLIECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
augldtf
U. S DEPOSITOET ,
FIRST RATIONAL BANK
OF OMAHA. .
Cor. 13th and Farntmm Streets ,
OLDEST BANKIHG ESTABLISHMENT
IN OMAHA.
( STJCCKSSORS TO KOUUTZE BR01 , )
ISTABUanSD IN ISM.
Organized 03 a National Bank , August 20,1S63
CapitalandProfits Over$300,000
Specially authorized by the Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to tha
U.S.4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Hraif AN KotrariB. President.
AUGUSTUS KOUSTZK. Vice President.
H.W.TAWB. Cashier.
A. J. POITLKTOS , Attorney.
Jens A. CR IOIITOS.
7 H. DATIS , Ass't Cashlei
Thla bank receives deposit without regard to
amounts.
Issuce time cfrtiflcates bearing Interest.
Draws drafts on San Francisco and prlnclpa
cities of the United States , alj London , Dublin
Edinburgh and the principal citlea ot the contl
nent of Europe.
Sells pass igo tickets f or Emigrants in tha In
man tic. mayldtf
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Geo. P. Bern is'
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
15th & Douglas Stt.t Omaha , Neb.
This agency doee STRICTLT a broking bed
neaa. Does not speculate , and therefore any bar
gains on its bookg are insured to Itu patrons , In
stead ot being gobbl d up by th e acnt
BOG03 & HILL ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No 1408 Farnham Street
OMAHA - NEBRASKA
Office Worth Plde opp. Grand Central HoW.
Nebraska Land Agency ,
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1605 Farnham St. Omaha , Nebr.
100,000 ACRES carefully selected land In Eastern
Nebraska for Bale.
Great Bargains In Improved farms , and Omaha ,
dty property.
0. F. DAV13. WEBSTER SOTDEK ,
Late land Com'r C. P. B. B 4p-leb7tf
ITROM BXED. LmS U1D.
BTon Reed & Co , ,
OLDEST E8TABU8ZD
EEAL ESTATE AGENCY
IN NEBRASKA.
Keep a complete abstract of title to all Bea
Ealata In Omaha and Donas County , mavlt
S * > fa ) week. | 12a day at fcrme eaeil > mailec ; s
' 'ontflt tren Arldrrm lrr t-fn Irilli. *
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION LINE
BETWEEN
OMAHAAND FORTOMAHA
Connects IVith Street Cars
Comer cf SAUNDERS and nAJIILTON
STREETS. ( End of Red Line MfoUuws :
LEAVE OMAHA :
630 , 8:17andll:19a m .3:03.6:37snd7S3p.m.
LEAVE FORT OMAHA :
7:15 a m. , 9:15 . m. , and 12:45 : p. m ,
4:00,6:15 and 8:15 p. m.
The 8:17 : a. m ran , leaving omaha , and th
4:00 p. m run , leaving Fort Omaha , are usnally
loaded to full capacity with reeulir pas'cnycrs.
The 6:17 a. m. mi will bo made from the post-
office , corner of Dodjo and Hth nmehta.
Tickets can be procured from itreet oardrlv
en , or from driven of hatVs.
FAKE. SSCKNTS. ISOLUDINO 8TRE CAR
HARTIGAN & DODGE ,
Sheet Iron Workers
AKD
BOILEE IVIAKEES
Cor. 12th and CMS street ! .
Please Give TJs a Cal. .
UNO. Q. JACOBS ,
( Formerly of OUh ft JieobJ )
No. 1117 Farnhjim fit. , Old Stand cf Jicob Oil
OZDKR3 BF TXISBRAPO. SOLICITS
K03-IJ J
"We call the attention of Bayers to Our Eitensive Stock of
3
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .
"We carry the Largest and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS IN OMAR. .
Whioa "We are Selling al
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING
Is in charge of Mr. THOMAS TAILOH" , whose well-estabHshq
reputation has been fairly earned ,
"We also Keep an Immense Stack of
HATS , GAPS , TRUNKS AN ! VMJSES' '
REMEMBER WE ARE THE ONE PRICE .STORED
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
1301 & ISO ! ? Farnliam Stretxt.
"ZRIG-IBIT ,
AGENT
FOR
And Sole Agent for
Hallet Davis & Co. , James & Holmstf om , and J0. .
Fischer's Pianos , also Sole Agent for the Estey ,
Burdett , and the Fort Wayne Organ
Go's , Organs ,
I deal in Pianoa n.nrL OGaaaox.GibisivvrrvHavo hadL-pfio - V-
experience ia the Business , and handle o&y"GQ.o Best. M
IGth Street , City Hall Building Oiiuihi , Neb.
PALSEY V. FITOH. Tunor.
DOCJDLE AlfD SESGLE AOTINO
AOTINOMRS
Steam Pumps , Engine TrimmingH , Mining Machinery ,
BELTING HOSE , BRASS AND IRQH FIHIHCS , PIPE , STEAM PACKING ,
AT WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
HALLADAY WINDMILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L STBANG , 205 Farnrmm Straat Omahq , JJeb
BEER !
In Kegs and Bottles ,
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at Reasonable
Prices. ORlre. i SP Dongl - sr of Omnba
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN :
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD I
A Positive and Permanent Cure
Guaranteed.
( n alt caxes nf Gravel , DIabcte * , Dropsy. Bright' * PfseaM of tb
KMno. , Incontinence and Kctentioii of Urice , Inrtam lon o
the Kiiineys , Catarrh of the Eladdcr , llljh Colored Urine , Fila
iu I o Klolc. 'de or Lions , Kervous Weakness , and in fact a 1
ils. ! > ider < of the Bladder and Urinary Organs , whcth-r contract *
cd by private diseases or otheawlso. This frcat remedy has been
WR v. il.'i uncctBS for nearly ten yean In Krance , with the moat
( > > . ful curative effects. 1C cural > 'ialitorptlon'.aotia.aseora
Ms t medicines bcin ? required. Vie have hundreds of t tl *
mo of cures by this Pd when ail else had tu'ed-
IVI ' 'S , if yon am suffering from Female Weakness , Leneoc-
rLcc.o > disecses peculiar to femaln , or in fact any disease , aik
your dni irfst for Prof. Oullmette's French Kidney t ad , and
lake no ether. If be has not eot It. lend $2.PO and you wt
recei > ctuePail * f retnrn mail. AddrsssO.a. Clinch ,
FRENCH PAD CO. ,
Toledo , Ohio1
PROF. GUILMETTPS FRENCH LIVER PAD
Will positively cnre Fever ana Ague , Dumb Ague , Azno Cake , BUlloua Fever. Jaundice , Dyspepsia ,
ane all discves of the Liver , Stomach and Ulood. 1 he pad cures by absorption , and is ptrmano.t.
Ask 3 our druzjpst for this pad and take DO other If he doevnoc keeplt , send $1-0 t < - tne FKEKOn
PAD CO. , ( U. a. Branch ) , Toledo , Ohio , and receive U by re um mall " " N & CO. ,
aha. Xeb.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
AITD
St , Pan ! & Sioux City
RAILROADS.
The Old Ediallc Sioux Cily Route I
100 MILES SHORTEST EOUTE I
From COMCIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
And all pomUIn Xorlbern Iowa , Mlnociiota and
Dakota. This Una la equipped with tha Im
proved Wfsttnjhotwi Automatic Air Brakes and
Idler Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
Iinnforpaned. Elegant Drawing Bconi snd
BIe pin ? Canownsd and controlled by the com.
pany , ran Through With nt Changs between
Union Padfle Transfer Depot , Conccil BIuJTg ,
and St. Paul. Trams leava the Union .Pacific
Transfer Depot at Council Bloffi , at 6:16 p m. ,
rea hln * Slotu dry at 10:20 p. m. , and at. Pan !
at 113)5 ) a. m , making
HOURS' IK ADTASCE OT
ANT OTHZB Bonra.
Returning , leave St. Pan ! at S30 n. m. , ar-
rlvtiy at Slonx City at 4:15 a. m. . acd Union
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council BIu3 * . staaiO
. m. Be sure that your tickets read via " 3. C.
ft P. B. B. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent. Hbeonrl Valley , Iowa.
P. E , BOBUfSOK. Asrt Oen'I Para. Agent.
/ . H. O'BBTAN ,
Eoatbwestern Frettht and PauenTer A cnr
my20-tf ConsdlBoffs :
CHARLES RIEWE ,
UNDERTAK
Uetalle Ca o , Coffins , CukeU , Shroud * , etc.
Farnham Eiitd . 10th and llta , Onuhs , Xeb.
Oiileri SKayOr Attested To.
MAKE NO MISTAKE !
MICA AXLE GREASE
Competed ir ? . lyof powdered micnandlsmzlMI
is tbe be't tn J cheapuic lubricator in tht world.
Jt bthobtst because it doe * notifim , bat forma
a hlsbly polished iurf re over the axle , dolnz
aw.jr I'-h ' a. luti amount of friction. 11 b tba
chcap t txjcaaw Ton ned use but half tb *
< ] o nilty In gte\xluz JOnr waon that you woold
cf njr other axfe greara mvle , and then ran
your " zen twice Mlonjf. It unnren tqnUv
M wefl fir JIU1 Ceann.ThreViins Qlu-tilu * ,
'
Bnzy'es. Sc-.a * for wagons-Send for Pocket
Cyclopedia of Thlii J Vfona Knjwinf. MaUed
d'reM
MICA MASUFA2TU5IHC CO. ,
31 MICHIGAN AVENUE ,
CHICAGO.
Your Dealer For It I
SUBSCRIBE FOR
FORBEE ,
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the"iniadh"iUtei' the foot of the rera- <