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CHARLES POWELL ,
OF TEE PEACE -omer J5th an
JUSTICE . , Omaha Keb. _
H. SlttERAL ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW Room 8 , Creighto
A Bloefc , TEth St. . OKAHA. KEB. _
D. L THOMAS ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW Loam money , btrj
, t\ _ and eil real estate. Boom i.Crtlfhto
A. C. TROUP ,
a TTOBinCY AT LAW Office in Hanacom' '
A Block , with George E. Frftchett , 1M
SU OMAHA. KKB.
DEXTER L THOMAS ,
AT LAW Cnuclofcanki Bnili
A. hi. CHADWICK ,
1 TTORKUT AT LAW Office 1501 Tarnhas
A 8tr et. _
. L. PEABQDY ,
V AWTKB Office In Orelzhton Block. next t
JLl PottOttca , OMAHA , XKBKASKA.
gOIABY fTJBIJO. COiaBOTIOKB HAD !
O'BRIEN & BARRETT ,
OFnCB-TJnl'ra Bloclc.n > Uenth an < ? Famham' '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
RRBACH BIOCK , COR. DOUGft I5TH 8T8 ,
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new brick building , S. W. corner ntt ath and
JTarBham El recta.
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Bpedal attention irtll be glron to all TuIU
k ainit eorparatloni ot every description ; will
practice In al Khe Oocrta of the State and the
United States. Office , faraham St. , oppoiit *
EDWARD W. SEVERAL ,
TTOBKET AT LAW Boom fl Orelgtton
J\ Block , Itth and Doatlan ttroati. no8dh
C. F. MAMDERSON ,
TTORNST AT LAW US Famhaa Itwef
. T. RICHARDS. o. J. Hum
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toke no otlier. nd tell your neigh
DO NOT DELAY
( & the drain on the mjmtca * ftdme *
CfBjment disability , bat boy it.
PRIGS , 50 CENTS *
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Mflwben you ran not obtain It offelmW |
vlU and It , prepaid , on receipt oTfrlft
9r. Boaaako'B Treatise OB Pita Mat & ,
HE DR , BQSANKO MEDICINE GO.
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the Educational and Commercial center of the
West , li pre-eminently the belt and matt practi
cal ol 1U kind for the
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G. W. FOSTER , President ,
P. W. OADY , Secretary.
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ot accountants and Business men , la the prin
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their f ncceaj to our COUHO ct training.
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Fine , new bricV block , at junction of three
street car lines. Elegantly fitted and fuealihed
apartment ! for the application of nnd carrying
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Tonne men who contompUte a builnesi life ,
and parents having eons to educate , are particu
larly requested 1o wndfor tmr new Circular ,
which will pive full Information M to terms ,
condition ot entrance , etc. Address
G. W. POSTER , President ,
ipO-Sm Denver , Colorado.
THE DAILY BEE
OMAHA PUBUSHINC COPROPRIETORS. .
916 Parnham , tet. Stk and lOtk Strut *
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ,
1 Oopyl year , In advance ( postpaid.13.1
6 month ! " U
Smooths " " 2.C
C , 4N , W. E.B 630 . m. , SlOp. ; m ,
0.a40.630a.m. . 2-.iOp.ia.
O. B. I P. B. B. . 630 ft , n. , 2 : p.
0-iISt. JoelSO a. m.
S.CltjA P. 530a.m.
O. & B. T. to Lincoln , 10 ft. m.
B. AM.R.B40 -m.
O.kK.W. . TSCft-m.
0. ft H. W. R.K. , 11 . m. , U p. m.
C. B. ft CL , 11a.m. , 0p.m.
0. B , I. tP. , 11 . m. , U p. m.
a B. ft fit , Joe. , 11 ft.m. , 11 p. m.
C. P. R. B. , t p m.
O. ft B. V. from Lincoln , Uao p. m ,
B.City 4P..11 a. a.
B.1I. ln > b.ip.m.
Local malls for States Iowa leave but ono i
day , vis : 420 a. m.
Offloe open from 12 to 1 p. m. Sundayg.
THOMAS F. HALL. Postmaster.
Arrival And Departure ol
Dally Express..12:16 p. m , S2Sp.m.
do Mixed 6:10 p. m. * - ? p-m'
do Freight .6:30a.m. : ,1 = * ? P'ro >
do do 8:16 a. m. 1230 a. m.
TIME OABD OF HIE
Z.1AYS OXABA. XRRITX OHIHA.
Express SMp.m. Eipress 10SO . m ,
HaU 6:00 : a. m. MaU 10:00 : p. m.
Sundays Excepted. Sundays Sxcepted.
CHICAOO.fROCK IBLAND & PACinO.
Hall . _ .6.-OOa.m.JMall . 10:00 : p. m ,
KrpreM . S : 0 p.m. | Krpress.-10 0 a. m.
KU . fi-'O a. m , 1 Man . - 7M Pm. .
Repress - 8:40 pi m. | Express - 16:00 : ft. m.
KANSAS OUT , ST. JOE 6 COUNCIL BLUFFS.
K ll . _ .8:00 : .m. I Express - .7 : 0 .m.
Kxt > re . 6K)0 ) p.m1 1 Man . 7:2 Km.
The only line rennlnz Pullmin Sleeping Oars
mt of Omaha to Union Depot.
3XAHA ft NORTHWESTERN AND JS10UX
CITY ft PACIFIC EAILBOADS.
Expnst _ . .80 a. m. | Fxprees _ fcSOp m.
B. ft M. B. B. In NEBRASKA.
niroughExp..8W : ml Through Exp.0pm
ilnooln Exp..6:15 : p m ( Lincoln Exp..9:30 ft m
SIOUX CITT ft ST. PAUL B. B.
( iJl . 8dO m I ExpesslOjOO w
Express . 8tOpmUl . . . . .7 ) p m
WABAsri , ST. LOUIS ft PACina
un . - 8 .m.JK U - J"5"-m
ipMS..8 : p. m. ( Express - :25 p. m.
BRIDGE DIVISION U. P. B. B.
ars Omaha , dally. 8 a. m. , B ft. m. , 10 ft m. ,
I a. m. . 1 p. m. , x p. m. , 8p.m. 5 p. m , , op.
Conned Huffs ; & 2S & . m. , 9 & ft. m , ,
055 ft. m. , 11S5 . m. , Irt6 p m. , S:2B p. m. ,
56 p. m. , 835 p. m. , 6S5 p. m. ,
'our ' trips on Sunday , leaving Omaha at 1 1 and 11
.m. , Sand 8 p. m. ; Coundl Blufls t 9:25 : ,
1:25 ft m. , and 226 and C 5 p. m.
* T Omaha- . m.,7 . m.,830 . m. , 1
. m. , 40 p. m. , 7:25 p. m. ,
eave Council Blntfs : 6:15 : ft-m , , 9Wa. m. ,
10 ft , m. 635 p. m. , 7AO p. m. , 7:50 : p. m.
> allr except Sunday.
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Dally except Sundays.
SANTA CLATJS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery or the Age.
ronuertul discoveries in tht world havebeen made
jnong other things where Santa Glaus stayed
hildren oft ask U he makes goods or not ,
[ rally he Ures In a mountain of snow.
Alt year an excursion sailed clear to the Pole
ad suddenly dropped into what seemedlikt ahole
rhere wonder ol wonders tieyfonnd anew land ,
rhlle falry-Uk * being ! appeared on each hand ,
hen were mountain ! Ilk * oun , with more
boautlfnl green ,
jid tar brichter skies than ever were seen ,
Urdi with the hnea of a rainbow were iound ,
rhlle flowers ol exqnifite fragrance were grow
ot Ion ; wore tbey lett to wonder In doubi
. being soon came they had heard much abont.
fwas Santa Clans' self and thiethey all ar.\
le ] eked like the picture t esee every day. ,
'e drove up a team that looked vervqueer.
Jwas a team f craEghoppers Instead of reindeer ,
e rode In a shell instead of a sleigh ,
ut be took thorn on board and drove them
e showed them an over his wonderful realm ,
nd factories making Roods for women and men
nrrlers were workine on hat great and Email ,
0 Bonce's they said they were sending : thorn all.
rls Kinclc , the Olove Maker , told them at once ,
U our Gloves we are lending to Bonce ,
inta showed them suspenders and man ; thlngt
lying I also took these to friend Bunco's tton.
inta Clans then whispered a secret be'd toil ,
1 taOmaha every one knew Bnnce well ,
e therefore should send his goods to hit care ,
nowing hll friends will get their lull shan.
ow remember ye dwellers In Omaha town ,
U who want presenti to Ponce's go round ,
ir shirts , collars , or gloves great and snail ,
ind vonr sister or aunt one and all.
Bnnce , Champion Hatter ot the Welt. Doogla *
UK. A. S. PE IS DERI ,
AS PERMANENTLY LOCATED BIS XD-
IOAL OFFICE ,
1 Tenth Street , - OKAHA , NEBRASKA
OBerlnj his services In all departments 'o
tdldne inJ surgery , both In Rtncial au
ledal pracUre acute and chronic diseases. Ca
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itt of the city and county on receipt ot lette
A new and hitherto unknown remedy for all
seates ot the Kidneys , Bladder , and Urinary
It will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop-
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le Urine , Catarrh ot the BUdf cr , high cole red
id scanty crlne , Painful Urinating , LAMS
4.CK , Ueneral Weakness , and all Female Com-
It avoids Internal medicines. Is certain In U
[ ects and cures when nothing else can.
For sale by all Druggists or seat by mall free
x > u receipt ot the price , 92.00.
AY KEYPAD CO. , PROP'RS ,
Toledo , O.
> ; roar address for OUT llttlo book ,
low a was Saved. "
UCS K. ISH. Acmt for Nebraska.
UOWN IM A DIV NO BELL.
A TEBBIBLE EXPERIENCE OF DIVEBJ
WHOSE KOPE BROKE.
While in the harbor of Yalparaisr
aboard the sloop-of-war "Virago , on
of our midth'pmen touched mo o
the shoulder and informed me the
Lieutenant Randolph wanted p se
ma."I have heard that you was gome
thing of a naturalist , Starbuck , " eai
the officer smilingly.
' "No , sir , " J replied ; "no nature
list , although I take an interest i
"Oh , well , nevermind , " quoth th
Lieutenant "You have seen ou
I answered "yes , " when the Lien
tenant informed me that he w&utet
me to go down under the sea wit !
our boatswain , Randolph , formerly a
pearl diver , to look for a curious fial
which , on the day previous , had beer
pierced and killed with a pike. Ii
form , the fish resembled a serptnt
wat about thirty inches in length , and
had upon both sides of its neck t
pair or singular appendages , some
thing like wings. Its most atrikinc
peculiarity , however , was one eye of
a greenish color , situated on the top
of its head , On being struck by the
pike the creature had rolled over , ap
parently dying , and then dove out of
"I think , " continued the Lieuten
ant , "that euch a curiosity is worth
getting , and I have picked you out to
go with Bandolph , believing that you
are interested in natural history. Be
sides , I will pay you a guinea if you
will go. "
I bowed acquiescence , and went
away to preparations. The diving bell
was soon on deck , ready to be hoisted
and swung over the side. The instru
ment was a little damaged , but neither
Randolph nor I anticipated danger.
We were presently In our places , sing
ing out , "Alright ! " when the bell be
gan to descend.
Down , down , down , lower and low
Br. Wo glanced all around ua on all
tides , but as yet saw nothing of the
strange fish. Curious looking speci
mens of the finny tribe , however ,
greeted us in many dirpctions.
Now we hung suspended in mid-sea
The air had bscorne somewhat impure ,
10 we opened the stop-cock and let it
mt , feeling , a moment after , a freth
inpply , sent down to us throueh the
[ ndia rubber "pipe" or hose secured
nto the top of the bell. Bandolph
ras about touching the signal cord to
ntimate our dt-sire to be lowered still
urther , when we felt a sudden jerk ,
ett the bell going down faster than
re had anticipated , and to our horror ,
ealized that the rope by which the
nstrument was suspended had parted
rom the hook to which it was at-
Away went the "pipe" at the eame
aoment , and we only saved ourselves
rom instant destruction by stopping
ip the aperture thus left in the top
rith a thick handkerchief1Other ; -
rise the water beneath , no lunger
neetiog the resistance of the air , that
dement escaping , must have filled the
tell in a brief space.
We heard the water roaring and
; urgliiig round us as wo descended ;
mr descent , however , became each
natant slower , until finally the resist-
, nce of the confined air kept us sus-
tended about two feet above the bot-
om of the sea.
The air of our fioa'ing ' prison had
> y this time become almost unbaara-
tie , not only from its being so dense-
y compressed , but elao from long
Terror-stricken , wo glanced at
ach other. The eyes of Randolph
intruding from his head , looked
lood-shot and tinged with a strange
reon color , while his dusky skin
eemed to shrink like shriveled parch-
lent. The most startling change in
is appearance was the sudden , ap-
arently superannuated look of vis-
go. A man of 50 , he seemed at
ssst SO years older.
Presently bis teeth began to rattle
i his head , his form was bent almost
ouble , he threw his arm in agony as
: clutching at something.
How useless this pantomine seemed
3 me I He wanted fresh air to
lutch at air ! Whet a mockery.
"Starbuofc , " ne presently grasped
'I ' I wouldn't know you , you look
3 bo 60 I Yon ind I are dying. God
ave mercy on us ! What shall we
ol" I could only stare at him , stupid
The air In the bell became more and
lore stifling. The boatswain Sew to
ly side , and squeezed me in mand
gony until my hones felt as if they
"Airl airl airl" he shrieked in my
sr.I endeavored to ipeak , but only a
oarse rattling in my throat obeyed
ly wilL My brain began to whirl. I
asped bard for breath. A terrible
ppression was upon my lungs. The
oatswain had now released me. I
taggered against the side of our
risen ; my senses gradually seemed
Through ouo of the glass cases in
tie lnstrumentRandolph now pointed
ut to me a huge shark , which , with
ed gloating eyes , peered down upon
s , as if anticipating our fate , and
considering bow it should get at us.
Gradually , however , the eyes of the
lonster seemed to my confused sight ,
i my whirling brain , to mingle with
IB water ; to vanish in a dark red
listy cloud , that floated up all aronnd
lie bell. My head now felt as.if it
onld burstjlt sank upon my shoulder ,
erribly oppressed , I fell upon my
nees , and would have fallen altn-
ether but for the boi.tswain , who
ow hold me.
"Star-Star-buck , dylnel" were the
ords faintly reverberating upon my
brain. Then all bgan to get dar
around me , end I know that I W2
losing onnsBiousness. My name wa
again shrieked into my e r. With
superhuman effort I half raised mj
self and looked around mo , feelin
like one groping in the dark. Be
wildered , full of the most agonizin ,
pain , I became aware that somethin ;
was swaying up and down before m ;
sight ; up and down in the red mis
cloud , mingling with the water ,
made another effort a great effort t
comprehend what it was , this swayin
thing , and I at Isst did so ; understate
that it was a hook attached to ( he en <
of a rope , lowe > ed to us from th
Tlrago so far above.
I "Starbuck 1" gasped the boatswain
" 1 will dash open the lens this wa
of glass in the top of the bell ; thei
you stand by to hook it on the inside ! '
I just managed to hear the word ?
and tbey strengthened me with wil <
hope , although I was still so bewil
dered that I could scarcely see th <
swaying hook. The boatswain's arrr
was before my eyes. With one power.
ful blow of his huge fist , dealt with
the remains of his great strength , he
shivered the lens.
There was a great roaring sound like
thunder ; it was the upward rushing
of the water into the bell as the air
There was no time to lose. I
thrust my arm through the aperture
and drew in the hook , quickly attach
ing it to the top of the inside of the
The next moment the water came
bubbling over the head of the boat
swain and myself , and that was t : > e
last I remembered of what transpired
in the bell. s.
When I recovered my senses Ifound
myself in the steerage , with the ship's
doctor bending over me.
"A narrow escape , " wtSe his first
' 'Where Is Randolph ? " I exclaimed.
"Hero , " answered a feeble voice ,
and rising I beheld the boatswain in a
bunk under me.
' 'He had than
a narrowerescape you
bad , " said the doctor. "Tho thumb
af bis right hand was bit off by a
shark , which made a spring for it just
is we pulled you two into the cutter ,
ifter the diving bell was hauled to
; he surface.
The shark , I doubted not , was the
> &me one I hid Eoen on the outside
> f the bell , while under water.
"You may both feel very thankful
'or your safety , " continued the decor -
or ; "and by the way , here is your
; uinea , " putting a gold piece in my
land , and giving another tothe boats-
rain , "which the Lieutenant charged
ne to give you on your recovery. "
Both Randolph and I thought the
uinea a hard-earned one , although
re had not succeeded In finding the
ronderful fish. j
Lurnl New Yorker.
No doubt this class of sheep ii
lestmed to take the same precedence
mong us , in the course of afewyears ,
, s it long since has taken in Oreat
Britain. Mutton thare is mucn more'
nrgely consumed than either beef or
iork , and , whec coming irom .the
ight sort of sheep , it is more savory
hn either and more healthful than
he latter , particularly in summer
reather. It can be produced more
heaply than b-ef or pork , and we
lave only to give due attention to
reeding such sheep as supply mutton
i the best quality , to increase its con-
umntion rapidly among our people ,
nd h < its exportation.
As to the breeds of sheep for this
mrpose , the various classes of Downs
re unqueB'-knably preferable ; and
hey are so hardy , prolific , and early
0 mature , th&t they may be made ,
rith proper attention , to Btock the
Next best to the Downs as mutton
hocp are the numerous crosses made
y their rama , as well as by those of
tie larger siznd , long-wuoled on na
ive uwes. When thia produce be-
omes well fixed in that typa which
articular districts prefer for their
Bgulur breeding , theu the males and
aoialea of these crosses may be put
Dgether , and serve to stock the sev-
ral localities , as desired by their oo-
For a breeding flock farmers should
ay special attention to selecting such
nly as are of strong constitution ,
oed form , hardy , quick feeders , and
% rly to mature , coupled with as rat
able a fleece as possible , although
his is of secondary consideration ,
'he possession of all these' qna'ltiea '
1 a breeding stock is of the utmost
npnrtance , and should be carefully
onsidered in each individual sheep ;
Dr the better or worse they may be ,
fie greater or less will be the profit
aalized out of the flock. When any
DC has not sufficient confidence in
is own judgment to make a proper
election of breeders , he should avail
imself of the services of a friend
ho is capable of doing it for him , as
e may be assured this is worth the
xtra trouble and moderate expense
uch a course may be to him.
Feed is the next thing of importance
nd in giving this be careful that it is
ach as will keep the sheep at all Umes
i good store order ; not over fat on
tie one hand , or lean on the other ,
f too fat , neither males nor females
'ill produce as many or as strong
imbs as when fairly kept , nor will
tieir offspring be so hardy and thrifty ,
'he ' milk of over fat ewei is liable to
ive their hmhs the scours , while
tiat of the lean is not sufficient for
tieir full nourishment. Thus , in
oth casps , the growth of the offspring
i checked , and they never can be
lade as good sheep as if they had
een properly nourished when-young.
* * * * * * *
Mutton has advanced in prloe in
Great Britain during the past fe
years considerably more than beef <
, pork , in consequence of the enormoi
destruction of sheep there from vnrloi
oiasesduring this time ; it will const
quently take several years to fill n
th a gap. In the meanwhile our ow
population is lapidly increasing , an
the taste for good mutton with ii
thus making an extra market both a
home and abroad for our flock master )
They will now see that they hav
every encouragement in the future
not only to improve their sheep , bu
alio to add largely * o their numbsn
A Wife's Presentiment
About midnight , and just after th
accident in the Consolidated Imperio
the night before last , the wife of Mat
Winne was found by Officer Sheehi
on her way to the Imperial works. Shi
said she had been awakened just be
fore by her husband , who came al
mangled to her bedside and told he :
he had been killed in the mine. Shi
had got up and dressed herself , am
tarted to ascertain the truth of wha
she believed to be. Mr. Sheehan wen !
with her to the works , ascertained
that there had been in reality a terri
ble accident ; that Mr. Winnie was in
deed killed , and then took the tremb
ling little woman to her children.
Mrs. Winnie had not been told of the
accident , excapt as mentioned , until
after she met Officer Sheehan. Here
B a nut for mental philosophers to
crack. [ Gold Hill ( NevNews.
It is an undoubted fact that animals
killed fat from flush pastures are more
juicy and consequently more palata
ble than animals fed fat on grain , but
such animala'will not do to ship , since
they lose the juices of the meat first
.if all , and so become hard and dry.
For this reason cattle intended for
thipment'east , and especially those in-
landed for European markets , must
ie made fat on grain , nnd those weigh-
ng from 1400 to 1700 pounds are
neat profitable. With good breed *
ng and good feeding from calfhood
ip , this may easily be obtained at
ihreo years past on steers Hence the
< est feeders force their steori from the
ime tbey are calves until ready for
uarket. They are never allowed to
oao flesh , but are constantly kept
; oing ahead. Feed ! : g for market Is
ret understood in America by com-
larativoly few feeders. It really
i rsta less to make an .animal tbar
T II weigh 1400 at three years old ,
han to attain the same weight by
rawing in summer and starving in
rinter. The careful feeder finds that
b is to his advantage to feed in snm-
aer , except perhaps just when feed
s most flush ; in fact some of
iur best feeders feed grain every
ay and find profit therein. The
nan who believes he can
Barn nothing from reading fails to
et the experience of others , and sel-
lorn makes money. Snch men do not
now that a difference of one or two
ents per pound in an animal is just
rhere the profit comes in. It should
o'borno in mind that if an animal
ots thin , the whole flashy structure
inst be rebuilt and that waste goes
n all the time. On the other hand ,
lie animal kept constantly growing
ives off less daily waste than that
rhich is jthin. It is good feeding and
oed shelter that make money in
CocxizimnzRS are ever on the a ert to fled
eih Hilda to wo , bat they never imitate a
onhless article , 1'rof. Guilme.te's French
idney Ptd wa brought ut about ten years ago ,
id elnoe then a host , of chaps without skill or
itigclence h ve POUS ; t to imitate it b ; m > ny
orthiesi affairs ; but a dU rinitiating nbllc
I'l hold "fa t ( o that w Ich Is eood , " and the
ullmette Pud more than hold * Itown. . It cures
I Id may diseases and s ccrcds where medicine
t n filli. Ask your dru cUt li thit is not so.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy "cure of Consump-
on and all diseases that lead to it ,
ich as stubborn coughs , neglected
olds , Bronchitis , Hay Fever , Asth-
i % , pain in the side and chest , dry
acking cough , tickling in the throat ,
Coarseness , Sore Throat , and all
bronic or lingering diseases of the
iroat and lungs , Dr. King's New Dis-
avery has no equal and has established
> r itself a world-wide reputation ,
lany leading physicians r ommend
nd ese it in their practice. The form-
la from which it in prepared h high-
T recommended by all medical jour-
als. The clergy and the press have
amplimented it in the most glowing
arms. Go to yaur druggist and get a
rial bottle free of ooec , or a regular
zo for $1.00. For sale by
d(5) ( ) J. K. ISH. Omaha.
BucKien'a Arnica Salve
The BEST SALVE in the world for
uts , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Salt
iheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Ohapp-
i Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
Inds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
i guaranteed to give perfect satiafac-
od in every case or money re funded ,
'rice ' 25 cents per box. For sale by
Jdly J. K. ISH Omaha.
ICC a week my our own town , lerma ind
tOD outfit tree. Address H. Hftllettfh 0
TH09E TERRIBLE HE1DAOHE8 OEKEB.
TED by obitructed secretions , and to which
dies an especially subject , can always be re
ared , and their recurrence prevented , by the
w ol TARUST'S Erruvzscm SsLToa Arunn
PBOCURABLE AT ALL DBUQ STORES.
THE C g8UgIE \ \
are not recommended as a remedy "f (
all the ills that flesh is heir to. " but i
affections of the Liver , and In all Biliot
Complaints. Dyspepsia , and Sick Heat
ache , or diseases of that character , the
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pr <
paratory to , or after taking quinine. .A
a simple purgative they are unequaled ,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lie
with the impression.McLANE'S LIVE ]
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signs
tures of C. McLANE and FLKMIKO Buos
S" Insist upon having the gennin
DK. C. '
McLANE'S LIVER PILLS , pre
pared b -
FLEJTMG BROS. , Pittsburgh , Pn. ,
the market being full of imitations 01
the name XIclMne , spelled dlflerently
but same pronunciation.
CONSUMPTION , COUGHS ,
Colds , Asthma , Croup ,
All diseases of the Throat , bunga. one
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM ,
PDROAT1VE8 , 18 PLEA3-
INT TO TAKE , And " 111 prove atoncothemoat
rotent and harm' > s aYSTEJI RENOVATOR
ind CLEANSER 'hat has yet be n brought to
rablle notice. For CONSTIPATION. BILIOUS-
fESS , HEADACHE , FILES , and all disorders
rising from an obitructed state of the system ,
t Is incompirabiv the boat curative extant.
Lvold Imitations-insist on getting the article
TROP1C-FRUIT LAXATIVE Is put up in
itemed tin boxes only. Price 60 cents. Ask
our druggist f or Descriptive Pamphlet , or ad-
tern the proprietor ,
J. E. HETHERINQTOK ,
New York or Sin Frandico.
Before Purchasing Avr FORM of So-Called
ELECTRIC BELT ,
isnd , or Appliance repreeented to cure Nervous ,
hronlc and opecia Disauei , send to the POL
ireet , tian Francwco , Cal. , for their Free
'amphlet ' and 'The Electric Review , " and you
111 save time , health and money. The P. O.
o. are the only dealers In Genuine Electric Ip-
Uances on the American Continent.
IIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
St , Paul & Sioux City
The Old Reliable Sioux City Route I
00 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE 1
From COUNCIL BLUFFS to
JT. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
nd all points In Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. This line is equipped with the Im-
roved Westinghouse Automatic Air Brakes and
[ Iller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
unsurpassed. Elegant Drawing Boom tnd
leeping Carowned and controlled by the com
ny , run Through Without Change between
nlon Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs ,
ad St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Pacific
ransfer Depot at Council Bluffs , at 6:16 : p m. ,
aching Sioux City at 10:20 p. m. , and St. Paul
; 11:05 : a. m , making
HOURS IN ADVANOB OT
Returning , leave St. Paul at 320 p. m. , ar-
vLig at Sioux City at 4:45 : a. m. , and Union
LCitie Transfer Depot , Council Blufh , at 8:60 :
, m. Be sure that your tlskets read via "S. O.
P. R. R. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent , Ulwouri Valley , lows.
. E. ROBINSON , Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. H. O'BRYAN ,
and Passenger Agent ,
_ j _
F V H AM ) AUCE.
bete the requirements of the rational medical
nllof ophy Which at present prevails. It Is a
erfectly pure vegetable remedy , embracing the
iree Important proprrtizs of a prev > nti < e , a
mlc , and an alterative. It fortlflis the b. dy
gainst disuse , invigorates and re-v tallzu the
irpid stomach and liver , and effects a most
Uutary change in the entire system , when In
morbid condition ,
'or ' sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
a week. | 12a'day at heme easily madeto ; I
87 ? outfit : fre Add row TrarkCn.PnHlni M
! WO DOLLARS WILL SECURE
THE WEEKLY BEE
Chicago Si Northwester
2,380 MILES OF ROAD
It la the SHORT , SUES and Safe Route Batwei
and all point * EAST and NORTH.
IT OFFERS THE TRAVELING PUBTJ
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN AST
OTHER BOAD IN
It It tha ONLY BOAD between
COUNCIL BLUFFS and OHIOAGI
Upon which li nm
PULLMAN HOTEL CABS
In addition to these and to please all clajra c
travelers , It elves FIRST-CLASS MEALS at ii
EATING STATIONS at 50 cents each.
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS I
ITS COACHES ARE THE FINESTI , ,
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLAS !
If yon wish the Beet Traveling Accommodi
tlonsyon will bay your ticket by this Rout
) WILL TAKE NONE OTHER.
All Ticket Agents can soil von Through Ticket ,
via this road and Check usual Bag-
gaga Ifree of Charge
OMAHA TICKET OFFICE9-12M Farnham St.
Cor. Hth. and at Union Pacific Depot.
DENSER OFFICE In Colorrdo Central ant
Union Pacific Ticket Office.
SAN FRANCISCO OFTICE 2 Haw llontgom
For Information , folders , reaps , etc. , not oh
tolnable at Home Ticket Office , address anj
agent of the Company , or
MARVIN HUCHITT , W- STEHNITT ,
Gea'l Manager , Gecl Pass. Ageat ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
JAMES T- CLARK ,
Genl Agt Omaha fe Council Bluffs.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
BURLINGTON & QUINCY
mth Smooth and Perfect Track , C gant Pas
senger Ccacbee , and
'ULLMAN SLEEPING * DINING CAR *
t is acknowledged by tke Xnst , sad aU wftc
travel nver it , M > be the Bert Appointed and
Best Managed Road In the Country.
? ASSBNQBRS GOING HAST
Should oear la mind that this is the
3EST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points East , North and Northwest.
Passengers by this Route have choice ot
? OUB DUTEEENT EOUTES ,
Lnd the Advantage of Six Daily Lines ol Falaca
Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
Jew York City Without Change.
Ill Eiprsss Trains ou this line are equipped with
the Westlnghouse Patent Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and
Couplers , the most Perfect fro- r
tectlou Against Acci
dents in the world.
'ULLMAN ' PALACE SLEEPING AND DININO CARS
Are run on th Burlington Route.
Information concerning Routes , Rates , Mm a
Connections , etc. , will b > cheerfully given by
ppljrlng at the office of the Eurllugton Koutt ,
IS Fourteentn Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
I. E. PERKINS , D. W. HITCHCOCK.
Gen'l Manazer. Gen. WesVu Pass. A t.
. O. PHILLIPPI , St. JM. , Mo.
General Ag nt , Omaha.
H. P. DUEL ,
) p5-dl Ticket Agent , Omaha.
( .C.ST. JOE&C. B.B.R. ,
Is the only Direct Una to
IT. LOUIS AND THE EAST
From OUAHA and the WEST.
To change of cars between Omaha and St. Louis
and but one between OmaLa and New York.
IIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Eastern & Western Cities
nth lesa charges and In advance o ! other lines.
This entire line Is equipped with Pullman's
Palace Sleeping Con , Palaoe Day Coach-
eo.UUler's Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
TSEK THAT TOUR TICKET RKADSfJ * .
CTVla Kansas City , St. Joseph andH
TlcksU for sale at all coupon stations IB the
. r. BARNARD. A. C. DAWES.
Qen'lSnpt. , Genl Pass. & Ticket Ae't
Bt.Joseoh.Uo St. Joseph , Mo ,
W C. BEACHREST , Ticket Agen. ,
1020 Famhai ? Street ,
iNDT BORDEN , A. B. BARHABD ,
Pass. Agent , Omaha. Oen'rl Agent , Omaha.
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
Wire Fencing and Railing a Speciality.
Their beautv , perman nM and economy
tally working the extinction of all fencing I
: hsip material.
Elegant in derign. Indestructible
Fences for Lawns , Public Grounds and 0em
Iron Vases , Lawn Settees , canopied and n :
mtlc patterns ; Chairs aoJ every description ol
Iron and Wire ornamental work designed am
nanufactured by E T. BABNOlTd Wire and
Fron W-rk , 57,29 aad 31 Woodward AVB. , Do-
: rottMch. Send fi-unlko. ! * - uiegu am !
KIDNEGEN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for Weaker
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy , Bright's Disease , Lose of Energy.
Nervous Debility , or any Obstructions nsin r from Kidney t.r
Bladder Tiisiaaes. Also for Yellow Fever , Blood and Kidney
Poisoning' , in infected malarial sections.
BT& ? the ditilVl .p. of r. , ; - -7 CH VF with JUNIPER BERRIFS and BARLEY MALT in have
dbcovereJK5I . j\.rJJ 'ir ' > -vtRjMly on the Kidneys ana Urinary Oi * n > . rrznnvu. : in jurioof
deposits fernuI > - . . . . . ' j > r entinir any str.Ininjr smnrtlnc sen-ntifcr hr t at Irntallun
In the membr.no : ) : i I 21 , . ' : u t > r water p-weajo It excU > * healthy actlcm In the XlJnuj *
glvln ; ( htm strHt.ih . > - -i 1torimr theo orvirj to a healthy condition , showing It * tffecu
on both the col ri. < l > - ; ' - ' us. It can be taken at nil time * , In all cllraite * and undent !
elrcumManccani : . : i' n u T . < bIcra. . Urllkeany otherprcpmtlon for KiJney ldcul'lM
UhMaverj pojiuii ! a irt I. aronml lliror It hoa been difficult too ale a prpt 'ioc
containing pcohivc "lu-c i prtp ri i'S which will not riusftafe , but te iccep'allr to th * sb miclk
Before Ukin.vi ) Mrcrm ui i.u < r. a bott' of KlDN'tnEN to CLKU > K ttia KIDNEYS from
foul matter Try it sn i y u u-i ! r. tr-ys U.A ! t as a f. rally m # < llcine DuiI- especially will like It
and Gentlemen nillfii d KiDSFQl- t - beat Kidney T > nlc vr nnd1
NOTICE hsch bott'o > JJsr9 h" * iL"ntan > of LAURENCE i MARTIN. al o % Tropilelary Ooveta
ment Stamp. hcb ! perm'u KID > E ( * Ntd be sold ( without licen. } bv DrrjjiaU , brocars t&d
Other Penons every w tors. .
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
If notfonndntjour DrajxUUorOrucora , wa will sendabotUa prepaid to toe neareot xprte *
offlce to you
LAWRENCE & PvlARTIN Ills.
. , Proprietors , Chicago , .
Sold by DBUGBI8TS , GEOCEKS and DEALEKS everywhera
Wholsaile agents in Cm ! i , S7EELK , JOHNSON fir CO. , will supply the rade at manufaclM
WHO IS WITH THE CSOCRAPHV O < fHJS COUMTrtT- >
SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP. THAT THE
CHICAGO , ROCK. ISLAND & PACiFJC R. B ,
IS THE GREAT CONNECTED IINK BETWEES THE EAST & THE
mcucavt AUIIUC * inrum 14iaUU * IVaVCU | JI fc. Vfjcrnl *
Llbtrtj. Iowa Cltr.MarnDkO , Urooklyn. Orinncil , at nil hears of the day.
[ ) Moines ( the capital or Iowa ) . Stuart. Atla-i- Staimincent Iron llrldzn span tha MMU4 * *
Uo , and AToca , ; with braache * from liaru and Missouri rivers at all point * crossed > t'- >
InnaiontoPeorlat Wilton Junction toMusca- line , and transfers are avoided ot Connd S fc
U&e. Wssnlnnon , Falrfleld. BWon , Belknap. Kansas City. Leavenwonn. and Atcblwv *
Jentrevllle. Princeton. Trenton. Galiatln , came- motions beincmade In Union DepnU.
rnn. Leavenwortn , Atchlaon , And Kansas Cltr : TUB I'KlNClfAl. 11. K. CONNEl > n-JJ V
rt'aablnjjton to HUnumer. Oskaloosa , and Knoz- T1IIS UUb'AT TUROUQU iiNK J&f
rllle ; KeoiaK to Kumlnirton , Bonnpnrto , Uen- tOULOWB.
tonsoort. Independent , Eldon , Gttumwa , Eddy At CniCAUO. with all dlrerstor Ucn * * <
rlllp.Osk&loota. Pella.Mnnroe. nnd Ues Molnes : East and tionth.
N'eirton to Monroe ; OeMone ) u > Indlanolaand AtK'Nor.Ewoou. wlthla9L.rf.4JL8- -
IVlntenet : Atlantkjto J wlsnnd Audatxin ; and
\-oca to Ilulan. Tbts la po-lttvcly the oniy At WA.VII.NGTO * Uuairra. with P. . u *
Kallroad. which owns , and operate ! a through U It. H.
Jne from Chicago Into the State of Kanaaa. At UA bALLE. w r. i 11U Cut. B. R.
Through Express Pusenger Trains , wltn Pull- AtPKORIA.wlth I > . H. * j7t P.D.&B. 4 A *
nan Valaco Cursatuchea.orernn each way dally W.I 111. Mid. : and T.I' , ft W. Rda.
Between CTIIOAOO and ProtiiA. KA.NBAB Cmr. At 1WX.K IBLAXI ) wltn "Mllwnniteo 4
; OUSCIL BLUFFS. li ATEXWORTn and ATCHI- bland 31iort 1ne.nna Rock InlMA f
> ON. ThroaRncaniareajioninbetweenMi ! Ian- At DAviLsrourr. wlta tha Davenport
tee nod K.inias City , via tha "illlwautee and CM. A91.H. K.H.
Jock Island ShoLine. . " At\visrlmznTr.withtheB..C.R.A ? - - ,
The "Great'Uock Island" la maKnlncently At UniNtiu , Tlth Central Iowa 1C. H.
quipped. luroadbcdlsslmnlr SK xt. and tu AtUEii MOINVJ wlthU M.K U H.A
jack Is laid with it eel rails. AtCooNCiL m.n rs , with Union Paciar " -
What will please you most will be the pleasure AtOMiHA. with B. & Mo. It. It. K. ra * < f
If enjojlnn your mealx. wnlle paulng ovcrtna At COLCM DCS J CXCTIO V.wflh B..C. It. ' 1 i f
leautUQl prairies of Illinois and lovn. In one of At Orrnuwj. wltn 'Jentral luweU * T.
inrmaEnfncent Dining Cars that accompany all Bt.L. APso. and C. ll.&y 1C. ltd * .
mrouRu Express Tnlns. You get an entire At KEOKUK. wltn IX > L. 1'eo.swur
neal. as good as U served In nny Ont-class hotel. Ix > nn A 1'aa. nail Ht. I * . Keo. * N.-W
orBOventi-nvo ceuu. At CAMEHO.V , with 11. HL J. it. it.
Appreclatlnir the fict that a majority of the At ATC1H80X. wltn Atcn. , Topeta
leople prefer separate apartments lor different Atch. * Neb. nrt Ceo. Br. U. 1' . 1L Kds.
mrposes ( and the Immense pitssenvur business At I.EAVENWOHTll. WltnKan.Pll < i , rfO >
if this line warranting It ) , wo nru pit-used to un- Cent. It. ltd * .
loance that this Company runs I'ullman Pnloee At KANSAS crrr wtd all Uses for tor
forileeplnjc purposes , and Ptlaet \ and Bouthwest.
rtTZ.T < KAW PA .ACE CAKS n run thraitch to JkEORIADEll _ MUU
ZOfTNCXr. ULUFfS. KALN.SA.M CITY. A TCMIMUN. nnd LEAVER WOK.TM.
Ticket * Tlu thl Line , known n the "Great llocb Island lluat . " or * * b
Ul Ticket leenu In the United State * find Cnnndn.
for Info -motion not obtnlnuble t year home Uebet oflSoe , > 4drii .
A. . KIMBA-Ijti , E. ST. aOHN.
Qon'l Superintendint. U n'l Tit. ud Pas * * !
FURNITURE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
And Eerytning pertaining to the Furnitnre and
upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
XiO W ± LJST
ip It mon th ut 1208 and 1210 Farnbam Street
T. 8. HITOHOOOK , M. D. S. ,
From New York has located In Omaha , and
guarantees to do n > gt-claw work.
Dental Rooms , over A. Crulckshink & Co.'s , Cor.
15th and Dou Iaa. § op3-2m
O. G" _ W iXiZDE ,
1317 CAS3 ST. , OMAHA. NEB.
IVA good assortment always on hzncLTKl
1X1. K. RISDOiY.
Ccncral Insurance A cnt ,
PIKEN1X ASiiDlxj.MV v . . J Lon-
don. Cash Asa t W,10T , I
* E3TCnESTEK. N. T. , Capital l.OCO.WJ
THE MERCnANra , of Newark. N. J. , 1,000,00
QIRAHn FIKKPbnadeIpIi1aCapItaI. . 1,000,009
FIREMEN'S FUND , California BOO.Wi
BRITISH AMERICA A33UR\SOSCo I.200.0C3
NF. A IK FIRE IS3. CO. , AsueU. . . . 8 > > , OkC
AMERICAF CENTRAL , Assets (00,009
8 Mt Cor. of Fifteenth & Douzlaa ,1U
The Boston Cash Dry Goods Store ,
New Goods and New Customers arriving daily. Read our Price List , and be convinced that we are the PEOPLES' STORE.
EITHEE OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES
20 yards of Calico. 25 Cakes of Good Soap. 20 yards Colored Embroidery.
21 Spools Clark's Cotton. 15 yards Heavy Sheeting. 10 yards Fruit of the Loom.
15 yards Cotton Flannel. 20 Spools (100yards ( ) Silk. ; I Fine Wool Scarf.
12 pairs Ladies's Cotton Hose. 7 yards Shaker Flannel- ' ' " . I dozen Linen Handkerchiefs.
I Good Red Comfort. I Ib. Stocking Yarn. 4 pairs Fleecy Lined Gloves ,
12 yards Lonsdale Muslin. 20 pairs Gent's 1-2 Hose. 20 yards Valenciene's Lace ,
GIVE US A .GALL BRING PRICE LIST ALONG. IOTH AND JONES STREETS.
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