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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1880)
CHARLES POWELL ,
BHT1CE OF THE PEACE -Comer 16th ant
HM. SiriERAL ,
M TTOKI ET AT LAW Room e.Crelghtoi
fninHr. . Uth 8t . OMAHA , KEB. _
3. L THOMAS.
. TIOU > Kr AT LAW Loans money , baji
jt\ _ and cells real est te. Room 8 , Crelghtoi
A. C. TROUP ,
i rrOP.XET AT LAW Office Iu Hacaoom1 !
CV Block , with George E. Prltchett , 1601
jamnun St. _ OMAgA.KEB.
DEXTER L THOMAS ,
--J < ET AT LAW Crnickscank I Solid
ATTU _ ar < et *
A. M. GKABWICK ,
mORSKT AT LAW Offlce 16M farnhao
fSir et. _ _
L PEABODY ,
wrEB Offles In Orelghton Block , next U
Foct Office , OltAHA , KEBOASKA.
rPBUO. UOLUOnOKH KADB
O'BRiEN & BLUETT.
OFFICE-Unlon BlockFlfteenth tni Farohxm'
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ARBICH BLOCK. COR. DQDQ. & ISTK STB.
_ OMAHA. KEB.
W. d. Oonnell ,
OfDea : Fiout rooira , op rtalrs. In Huwcom't
lew brick building , N. W. corner Fifteenth and
Farcbam fittest *
. Rm" . CHAB. R. KKDIOK
SpecUl attontioa will 1 * given to all rolts
tgalnst corporation * of erery description ; will
practice In al Jthe Courts oi the State and the
united States. Offlce. Funham St. , opposite
EDWARD W. 8IMERAL ,
4 TTOKNEY AT HAW Boom 6 Creighton
A. Block , Itth and Ponla gtraeta. noMb
6. F. MANDERSON ,
4 TTOEKXT AT LAW Mi Tamhaa Street
W. T. RICHARDS. o. j. Hum
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
Opnci 216 South Fonrteetith Street.
BT THE USE or
DR , BOSANKO'S
INTERNAL. EXTERNAL , AND
fMS ut once on the nppllcntton of Pt
Bo anko' Illc Itcmedy. uhlch mrlm di
fectly upon the l > rt nlTectcd , ab ort lPi
BM > Tnmor . allnyfnc thp inten e Itcli
Ml otbpr rempdlcahaie tolled. Try II
Imtff no otiirr. and tt-II yonr neighbor * elM
M merit * .
DO NOT DELAY
otn the drain on the syitem prodace
permanent dUnbllltjbnt bey It ,
TRY IT LOURED
PRICE , 50 CENTS.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR ( T ,
MM ! wben yon can not obtain ilorbImTT |
ill send It , prepaid , on receipt of price
Dr. Bouuibo's Trcatlce on Plica cent Cr i
ta application. Addrea *
HE DR , BOSANKO MEDICINE CO.
Thl Institution , located at Denver , Colorado ,
the Edncattonal and Commercial center of the
West , Is pre-emlnentlj the beat andmoet pracU-
eal ot IU kind lor the
Young Men and Ladies.
G. W. FOSTER , President ,
D. W. CADY , Secretary.
The most extensive , thorough and complete
nitltntlon ot the kind In the world. Thousands
o ! accountant ! and Business men , In the prin
cipal cities and towns ot the United States , owe
their success to our course o ( training.
Jhe Bisht End of Education for
Young Men and Ladies.
Fine , new brick block , at Junction ot three
ttreet car lines. Elegantly fitted and turnlihed
apartments tor the application of and carrying
oat of our novel and systematic methods of
Tonne men who contemplate a business life ,
and parents having sons to educate , are particu
larly requested to send for our new Circular ,
which will give full Information U to term * ,
tradition of entrance , etc. Address
G. W. POSTER , President ,
6.5m Denver. Colorado.
.UK D\ILY BET
OMAHA PUBLISHING CO. . PROPRIETORS-
828 Farnham , bet. Stk and 10th StrtOt
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ,
1 Copy 1 year , in advance ( postpaid ) . . . JS.C
CxnoBthfl < f " . . . . . .4
Smoothi " " * -0
0 , * N , W. E-R BSOa. in. , SWp. : m
O.B.&Q.630a.nr , 8:40 p. m.
C.R.I&P.R. R. . BaOajn.,2 : p.ia
C&FSt Joe ESO a. m.
S. City 4 P. 5-30 a. m ,
U. P. R-B..llWa.m.
O. & R. T. to Lincoln , 10 a. m.
B. & M. R. B&iO am. .
O.fcN.W. , 730a.m.
0.H.W.R.R. , II a.m.,11 p.m.
C. B. & Q. , 11 a. m , 9SO p. m.
C.R.I. iP. , 11a.m. , Upm.
C. B. ft St. Joe. , 11 a-m. , 11 p. m.
U. P. RRi 4pm.
O. ft R. T. from Lincoln , 12:10 p. m ,
3. City * P. , U a.m.
B. &M. ln > rt.,4p.m.
Local nulls for Status Iowa leave bat oaos a
day , TiK 4 20a.m.
Office Open from 12 to 1 p. m. Eondayi.
- THOMAS T. HALL. Postmaster.
Arrival And Departure of
Dally Express..llB.p.m. SSSp.tn.
do Mixed 6:10 p. m. 4S5p.m.
do Freltht-.630a.m. lMp , W.
do do 8lSa.m. 1230a.m.
TIME CARD OF THE BURLINGTON.
LXAVS OKlEi. 1EBTVI OK1HA.
Xxpreai SWpm. : Xxpreaa 10:00 a. m ,
lull 6:00 : a. m. Mall 10:00 p.m.
Sundays Excepted. Bnndaya Sxctpted.
CHICAG O.IROCK ISLAND tt PACIFIC.
ICall . . .erOOa.ni. I Mall 100p. m.
Express 8 : < 0 p.m. | Eipress.10:60a. m.
Mill .6:00 .mIMall _ 7:20p.m.
Rpress.8:40p1 m. | Express . . . .19:00 a. m.
KAKSAS CITT , ST. JOE * COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MaU _ .BK a.m.ExpreB8 | 7 : < 0 .m.
ExpreaB 60 p.m. J Mafl 7SS .m.
The only line running Pnllman Sleeping Cart
out of Omaha to Union Depot.
OUAHA & NORTHWESTERN AND | SIOUI
CITY & PACIFIC E AILROADS.
EzpreH . .8:00 a. m. | Fxpreai . ( 'JO p m.
Daily Except Sundays.
B. & M. R. R. In NEBRASKA.
LBAYI. ARRITl ,
Erprea 8SOaml Freight 830am
Freight 6:65 p m | ExpretB 4:10 pm
BIOUX CITT & BT. PAUL R. R.
Mill _ . .6:10amKiprc8s | 100 am
KrpreM8,40pm M. , 720 p m
WABABH , ST. LOUISPACIFIC.
MaD Sa.m.1 Mall 11:55 .m
Eiprtss..S : < Op. m. | Express. . , .4:25 p. m.
BRIDGE DIVISION U. P. R. H.
Loare Omaha , dally. 8 a. m. , B a. m. , 10 a m. ,
11 a. m..lp. m. , 2p. m.,8p. m,6p- , , 6p.
m.7Leave Conndl Blnffr 8:25 a. m. , 925 a. m , ,
10S5 v m. , 11 5 a. m. , 1:25 p m. , 2:25 p. m. ,
8:26 p. m. , 5:25 p. m. , 6 S p. m. ,
Four trips on Sunday , leaving Omaha at 9 nnd 11
a. m. . 2 and 5 p. m. ; Conndl Bluffs at B:2i ,
11:25 a , m. , and 226 and 6 5 p. m.
Leave Omaha : 6 a. m. , 7 a. m. , 830 . in. , 1
p. m. , 4iO p. m. , 7 5 p. m. ,
Leave Council Bluffs : 6:15 a.m , , 9:40 : a m. ,
11:40 a , m. 6:25 p. m. , 70 p. m. , 70 p. m.
Daily except Sunday.
OMAAA & . REPUBLirAN VALLEY R. _ .
LUTI , IRRIVX.
10 : < 6a.m. , 435p.m.
Daily except Sundays.
SANTA CIiAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of trie Age.
Among other things where Santa Glaus stayed
Children oft ask If he makes eoods or not ,
H really he Rvos in mountain of snow.
LMt ycr an excursion sailed clear to the Pole
And nnddcnh droppedinto hatsccmedllkeahole
Where Bender of wonders they found ancwland ,
rhlle falry-Uks bclnps appeartxl on each hand.
There were mountains like ours , with more
beautiful green ,
And far briehtcr Bklcs than ever were seen ,
Birds with the hues of a rainbow were found ,
While flowers of exquliite fragrance were grow
Not long were they left to wondar in donb <
A being eoon came they had heard much about ,
Twas Santa Clans' self and this they all say ,
lelwokcd like the picture * esee every day.
He rode In a shell instead oi a sieizn ,
But he toot them on totd and drove them
He showed them all over his wonderful realm ,
And factories making goods tor women and men
Furriers were working on hats peat and Email ,
To Bonce's they said they were Bending them all.
Kris Klnelo , the Glove Maker , told them at one * ,
All our Gloves we are sending to Bunco ,
Santa showed them luipenders and many things
Saying I alge took these to Mend 690008 store.
J nta Clans then whispered a secret he'd tell.
As InOmaha every one knew Bunoo well.
He uTeref ore shomd send hia roods to Us care ,
Knowing his friends will get their toll share.
( Tow remember ye dwellers In Omaha town ,
All who want present ! to Bunco's go round ,
For shirts , collar * , or gloves great and small ,
Send TOUT sitter or aunt one and all.
Bunce , Champion Hatter ol the West , Donglaf
T eet. Omaha
A new and hitherto unknown remedy for all
iheases of the KIdnnys , Bladder , and Urinary
It will posiursly cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop-
BrlcbVs Disease , ImabUIty to retain or expell
the Urine. Catarrh of the Bladder , high colcred
Lnd scanty trine , Painful Urinating , LAME
BACK , General Weakness , and all Female Com-
_ ! . !
It .ivolas Internal medicines , Is certain In tt
effects and cures when nothing else can.
For sale by all Druggists or sent by mall f reo
upon receipt of the price , $2.00.
DAY NEY PAD CO. , PROP'RSt
Toledo , O.
tS S your address for our little book ,
Row was Saved. "
MRS K. ISH. Aeenl for H bra k .
CHARLES RIEWE ,
Mctallo Cases , Coffins , Caskets , Shrouds , etc.
Faro mStroe . Oth and llth , Omaha , Neb.
Telegraphic orders promptly attended to.
WAKINC HP THE WRC-ND MAN-
Woodtick "Williams and the
"Yes , that's BO , " tald WoodHct
Williams thoughtfully , as he squirted
a half a gill of tobacco juice through
his teeth at a , bumble-bee's ear , and
then looked out across the divide , and
beyond the foothills , toward the top
of the range where the eternal anew
waa glittering in the Bummer sun.
"You are eminently correct. The
gentleman from Buckakin has stated
the exact opinion of the subscriber ,
euro aa death and semi-annual assess
"Every profession has Its style of
lead and its peculiar dip toward the
horizon. From the towering congress
man down to the neglected advance-
agent of the everlasting Gospel , every
profession , I allow , has ita peculiar
lingo. Every pork-and beans pilgrim
from the states that's been in my
camp for twenty-seven yeara has said
that the miner slings more unnecessary
professional racket than anybody else ;
but that ain't so. Take folks as they
assay , from blossom rock to lower
level , there ain't much difference.
' Wine years ago , I and Timberline
Monroe and Katooter Lemons , from
Zion , struck the Feverish Hornet up
on Slippery Ellum. first we knew
the prospecting season had closed up
on us , and , as the layout for surface
had pinched out , we decided to sink
on the Hornet just for luck.
"So Timberline , Katooter and me
went over to Huckleberry ( Meson's
store at the lower camp , and aoaked
our physiognomy for chuck and val
ley-tan and a blastin' outfit for the
"Down five foot she showed 150
colors to a hunk of rock no bigger'n a
plug of tobacker , with wall rocks well
defined on both sides and foot wall
slick as a confidence game in 'Frisco.
"The quartz , with a light coat of
; ouge , looked as if sne'd been jammed
hrough the formation like a Sabbath
school scholar's elbow through a ens-
ard pie , and it had crashed the pre-
listoric stuffin' and preadamite saw
dust out of the geological crust in.
; oed shape.
" 'Katooter , ' says I , 'if she shows
up this way all the way down , I be
eetotally dod butteredif I don't think
we've cornered the sugar at last. We'll
un her down to ten foot and see how
he looks to the naked eye. '
' 'Ten foot down she widened to
: hree foot -between walls , with solid
; ray quartz as pretty as a batik book ,
'hen wo made a mill run of five
joanda In a half gallon mortar and
ileared up a dollar's worth of dust on
he blade of a long-handle ) shovel.
"The prospectus of the Feverish
lornet was very cheering indeed.
"I sat down on a candle-box and
ang something. 1 always twitter a
ew notes when I feel tickled about
"Katooter listened to my singing a
lltle while , and then ho went down
be gulch murmuring something about
my music and intimating that pros-
icrity always had its little drawbacks
"He slid down to the Frescoed
Jell and jammed his old freckled hide
o full of horse-liniment of the vintage
f ' 49 that he got entirely off the lead
nd drifted so far into poverty rod
bat he didn't know Timberline nor
me from a stomach pump.
"That's generally the way with men
hat turn up their nosea at vocal
"Well , he got no better so rapidly
b&t next day ho was occupying a
rent seat at the biggtst delerium
rianple matinee you ever heard of ,
nd was the sole proprietor of the
> lggeat aggregation or seal-brown
arantulars and veriegated caterpillars
nd imported "centipedes that 'ever
xhibited in Columbia's fair domain.
"Every little while he'd nail some
isabolical insect crawling up his
leeve or gently walking through hia
lair , and then he'd yell like a
maniac and pray and swear like a
"The atmosphere seemed to ba level
ull of bumble-bees as large as a cook
tove , and every time they'd cuddle
up to him or sink on him with their
nltry little gimlets , Katooter would
ump up and whoop like aPiute mod-
cine-man trying to assuage a wide
waste of turbulent cucumber.
"At these times Katooter would lay
aside his wardrobe , and , throwing me
nto the fireplace and Timberline un-
er the bed , he would wander forth
nto the starlight , with the thermom-
ter down to 87 degrees , and wrapped
n nothing but his surging Thoughts ,
"By the time Timberline and me
would get up and swab the cobwebs
nd cinders out of our eyes , Katooter
would be half way up the gulch and
ighting out like a freckled Greek
Slave , hunting fora clothing store.
"First along we used to run after
lim and try to tire him out and cor
al him , but he was most too skipfnl ,
nd apparently so all-fired anxious to
mt all the intervening distance he
: oald between himself and the fuzzy
arantulas and fall style of centipede
hat he made some tall time , consid-
ring the poor trail and the light
"Then another thing , when we got
o him he was so pesky mean to hang
"You've probably tried before now ,
when you was small , to catch the boy
who tied your shirt to the top limb of
dead tree , and yon have thrown all
our energy into the effort , but you
ecided after a while to wait till ho
; ot hia clothes on before you punished
"That's the way It was with Katoot
er. He was the smartest man I eve
tried to gather Into the fold. Wec |
think we had him , and all at once he'c
glide between our legs like a yalle
dog and laugh a wild kind of laug'
that would run the thermometer dowr
13 degrees and away he'd glimmer u ;
the trail like a red-headed right o
way."So 1 got mad at last , and used tc
chase him with a lariat and Yellow
"Yellow Fever was a sorrel mule
that belonged to the firm. We called
him Yellow Fever because he was so
"Well , when Yellow Fever and me
got after Katooter with the lariat we
most always gathered him in. [ Bless
my soul , how I'm stringing this yarn
"Well , to make a long story short
Katooter rallied after a while am
during the spell his chilblains were
convalescing and some more now skii
growing on his system where he hac
barked It off running through the
sage-brush and falling into old desert
ed prospect holes. I had an offer ol
$50,000 for my third In the Feverish
Hornet and sold.
U"Then I went down to Truckee ane
bonght a little house of an old railroac
man down there , grubstaked myseli
for the winter , and allowed I'd lay of
till the snow left the range in the
"One night , about half after 12 , I
judge , I heard somebody step along
to the window of my boudoir. Hear
ing it that time of night I reckoned
that something crooked waa going on ,
so I slid out of bed and got my Great
Blood Searcher and Liver Purifier ,
with the new style of centre fire and
catridge ejector , and slid up to the
window , calculating to shove , a tonic
Into whoever it might ba that waa pic
nicking around my claim.
"I looked out so as to get a good
Idea of where I wanted to sink on
him , and then I thought before I
mangled him I'd ask him if he had
any choice about which part of his
vitals lie wanted to preserve , so I
sings out to him :
" 'Look out below there , pard , for
I'm going to call the meeting to order
in a minntel Just throw up your
hands , if you please , and make the
grand hailing sign of distress , or IT
have to mnltilate you ! Just show me
about where you'd like to have the
fatal wound , and be spry about ittoo ,
because I've got my brief costume on ,
and the evening air is chilli"
"He didn't understand me , ap
parently , for a gurgling laugh welled
up from below , and the party sings
" 'Hullo , Fatty , is that you ? Just
lookln' to see if you'd fired up yet
You know I was to come around and
flaw you if second seven was out.
Well , I've been down to the old mat"'a
to see what's on the board. Three is
two hours late nnd four is reporieJ
on time. There's two sevens out and
two sections of nine. Skinney'll take
out first seven and Shorty'll pull her
with 102. It's you and me for second
seven , with Limber Jim on trent end
and B"renchy to holddown thecaboosa
First five Is wrong side up in a wash
out this side of Ogallala , and old
Whatshisname that ' runs 258
got his crown sheet caved in
and telescoped his headlight into the
New Jerusalem. You know the little
Swede that uspd to run extra for Old
Hotbox on the emigrant awhile ?
Well ho was firing on 258 and he's
under three flats and a coal-
oil tank with a break beam across his
coupler and his system more or less
relaxed. He's gone to the sweet sub
sequently too. Rest of the boys are
are more or less demoralized and side
tracked for repairs. Now you don't
wan't to monkey around much , fur if
you don't loom up like six bits and go
out * on the tick , , the old man'll give
y.-ou a time check and the Oriental
3rand Bounce. You hoar the mellow
thrill of my bazoo. '
"Then I slowly uncorked the Great
Blood Purifier , and moving to the
footlights where the silvery moon
beams conld touch up my dazzling
outlines , I said : 'Pardner , I am
pleased and gratified to hare mot you.
[ don't know the first ding busted
thing you have said to me , but that
is my misfortune. I am a plain
miner , and my home is in the digest
ive apparatus of the earth , but for
professional melody of the chin you
certainly take the cake. You also
take the cake basket and what cold
pie there is on the dump. My 'name
is Woodtick Williams. I discovered
the Feverish Hornet up on Slippery
Ellum. I am proud to know you. Keep
right on getting more and more famil
iar with yonr profession , and bye and
bye'when nobody can understand you ,
you will be promoted and respected ,
and you will at last be a sleeping car
conductor and revel In the biggest
mental calm and wide shoreless sea of
intellectual stagnation that the world
ever saw. Yon will ' .
"But he was gone.
"Then I took a pillow-sham and
wiped some of the pulverized crackers
off the soles of my feet and went to
bed In a large gob of gloom. "
CHEYENNE , W..T.
Diabetes , dropsy , gravel , Brieht's disease and
nervous debility , are all cured by Prof. Gull-
motto's French Kidney Pnd. Try it.
Put away his crack brain puzzle ,
He has climbed the Asylum stab-
Number 13 , 15,14 ,
Turned his head and sent him there.
When his brain It gets all right again ,
And irhftn you witn his blood kept pure ;
No longer let the game remain
And.SpringBIus3om It vill care.
If yon are troubled with fever and ague , dumb
igue , billions fever , Jaundice , dyspepsia , or OUT
disease of ihe liver , blood or stomach , and wish
to get It well , try the new remedy , Prof. Gull ,
mette's French Liver Pad. Ask your druggist
[ or it , and take no other , and if he baa not got
it send $150 in a letter to the French Pad Co. ,
roledo , O. , and receive one by return mall.
An Honest Medicine # ree of Unarge
Of all medicines advertised to curi
any affection of the Throat , Chest o :
Lungs , we know of none we can rec
ommend as highly as DE. KIND'S NEV
DISCOVERT for Consumption , Coughs
Cold * , Asthma , Bronchitis , "Hay Fe >
ver , Hoarseness , Tickling in thi
Throat , loss of voice , etc. This med
icine does positively cure , and thai
where everything else has failed. Nc
medicine can show one-half so manj
positive and permanent cures as havf
already been effected by this trulj
wonderful remedy. For Asthma sue
Bronchitis it is a perfect specific , cur
Ing the very worst cases in the short'
est time possible. We say by al
means give it a trial. Trial bottle *
free. Regular size § 1.00. For sale bj
8lly ( ) J. K. ISH , Omaha.
Bacsien's Arnica Salve
The BEST SALVE la the world f 01
Cuts , Bruises , Scros , Ulcers , Sail
Rheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Chapp
ed Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
Is guaranteed to give perfect satlafac-
tlod In every case or money re funded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
8dlv J. E. ISH Omaha.
are not recommended aa a remedy "for
all the ills that fleah is heir to. " but in
affections of the Liver , and in all Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
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 impression.ilcLANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C. McLANE and FLEMING BROS.
J&f Insist upon having the genuine
DK. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS , pre
FLEMING BROS.PiltslnrgliPa. ,
the market being full of imitations of
: he name jffcLanc , spelled differently ,
3Ut same pronunciation.
HOW TO CURE
CONSUMPTION , COUGHS ,
Colds , Astfima , Croup ,
All diseases of the Throat , Lunga , and
USE ACCORDED TO DIRECTIONS
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
ANDTH3U-IUAL PURGATIVES , IS PLEAS
ANT TO TAKE , An4 will prove atoncethemost
otent and harmless SYSTEM RENOVATOR
nd CLEANSER that has yet he'n broucht to
nolle notice. For CONSTIPATION , BILIOUS-
JESS , HEADACHE , PILE1 ? , and aU disorders
.rising from an obstructed state of tfce system ,
, Is Incoraparab'y the boat curative , extant.
Avoid imitations ; insist on getting th i article
TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put up in
ironzcd tin boxes only. Price 60 cents. Ask
our druggist for Descriptive Pamph'et , or ad-
ress the proprietor ,
J. E. HETIIERINOTON ,
New York or Sin Francisco.
Before Purchasing ANT FORM of Bo-Called
ELECTRIC BELT ,
and , or Appliance represented to cure Nervous ,
Ihronlc and Specia' Disease * , send to the PUL
ERMACHER GALVANIC CO ,613 Montgomery
treet , San Francisco , Cal. , for their Free
amphlet and "The Electric Review , " and yon
will save time , health and money. The P. G.
o. are the only dealers in Genuine Electric Ap
pliances on the American Continent.
'o Nervous Sufferers The Great
European Eemedy Dr , J.
B , Simpson's Specific
It is a positive cure forSpermatorrhea , Seminal
reaknpss , Impotency , and all diseases resulting
rom Self-Abuse , as Mental Anxiety , Loss ot
Memory , Pains In the Back or Side , and diseases
that lead to
an early grave
wittt wonderful -
lent free to all. Write for them and get fall
Price , Specific , ( l.OOperpackage , or six pock-
res for $5.00. Address all orders to
J. B. SIMPSOS MEDICINE CO. ,
Nos H and 108 Main St. , Buffalo , N. Y.
Sold in nuha bv C. F. Goodman , J. W. Bell
E. I.in nd all druggists everywhere.
Tarrant's Ssltzer Aperient ,
A cure for Indlgest'on frightful ,
A bubbling beverage delightful ;
A remedy forevery ailment
O'er which the Bilious make bewallment.
A laxative , though mild , effective ,
A tonic , nervinend corrective ;
An anodyne and Buporiflc ,
A wonderful SALI.TE SPECIFIC
Embodying every rare Ingredient
That mother Nature deemed exoedlent.
With kindly liberal hand to fling
Into the famous Beltter Spring.
a.'way a Cores and never di ap-
points. The world's great Pnin-
Reliever for Man and Boast.
Cheap , ( jnlck and relia bio.
is not Ifarco c. Children
grow fat upon , Mothers like ,
and Physicians recommend
CASTOBIA. It regulates the
Bowels , cures "Wind Colic ,
allays Feverishness , and de
"WEI T3E METER'S CA
TARRH Core , a. Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
dy , Ijy Absorption. The moat
Important Discovery since Vac
cination , Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh , this cures at
any stage hoforo Consumption
nets in <
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
St , Paul & Sioux City
The Old Relialk- Sioux City Route I
100 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE I
From COUNCIL BLUETS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
And all points In Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. This line b equipped with the Im
proved Westluthonse Automatic Air Brakes and
Miller Platform Coupler ami Buffer. Aaa for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
la unsurpassed. Elegant Drawing Room and
Sleeplnz Caraowned and controlled * > y the com
pany , run Through Without Change between
Union Padfic Transfer Depot , Council Blaffg ,
and St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Pacific
Transfer Depot at Council Bluffs , at 6:15 p m. ,
reaching Sioux City at 10:20 p. m. , and St. Paul
at 11:05 a. m , making
-TEN HOURS IN ADVANCE 07
ANY OTHER RODTB.
Returning , leave St. Paul at 3:30 p. m. , ar-
rlvlig at Sioux City at 4:45 a. m. , and Union
Pacific Tnrufer Depot , Conncll Blnffg , at 9:50 :
a. m. Be sure that your tickets read via " 3. C.
* P. R. R. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent , HlBonrl Valley , Iowa.
P. E. ROBINSON , Aas't Qen'l Paw. Agent.
J. H. tfBRYAN ,
and Passenger Agent ,
m CC a week in your own town terms n
vbDD outfit free. 11. Hallrtt tt I
rtlim ! M
MAKE NO MISTAKE !
MICA AXLE GEEASE
Jompoaedlirffelyot powdered mica and Isinsjlaaj
a the best and cheapest lubricator in the world ,
t is the bestbecansei t docs not cum , but forms
a highly polished surface over the axle , doinu
away with a large amount of friction. It Is the
cheapest because vou need use but half the
quantity in greieliig your wagon thatyou woul J
of any other axle grease made , and then run
your na < on twice as long. It answers eqiallr
as well for Mill Gearing , Threshing Machines ,
toggles , &c , as for wagons Send for Pocket
! j clopedla of Things Worth Knowing. Mailed
ree to any address.
MICA MAKUFACTUfllHC CO. ,
81 MICHIGAN AVENUE ,
* -Ask Your Dealer For It
FEVEH AND AGUE.
Then Is no civilized nation In the Western
Jemisphere In which the utility of Hosteller's
: tomach Bitters as a tonic , co-nctive , aud antl-
> inus ! ! medicine , Is not known and appreciated.
While it is a medicine for jll seasons and all
climates , it is especially suited to the cornp'alnla
generated by the weather , being the purest and
cest vegetable stimulant in th- world
for sale by Druggists and Dealers , to whom ap
ply for Hottetter'a Almanac for 1881.
2,380 MILES OF ROAD
It U the SHORT , 3DKK acd Sifa Koala Eetwesi
CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE
acd all pcii > 1AST and * -.ORTH
IT OFFEP-i 7EK TRAVELING I'UBLIf
GREATER FACILITIES AWD UORF
ADVANTAGES THA1 * ANY
OTHEH ROAD IS
Its tbi ONLY ROAD boiween
OODNOIL BLUPFSanJ OHIOAOCI
Upoc which Is ran
PULLMAN HOTEL 04RSI
In adullioa to theajsnd to pi9353 all c ! c9 ol
travelers , It zlveu FIRST-CLASS MBAr at It !
EATING STATION : ! .it 50 ccnti cich.
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS I
ITS COACHES ARE THE FINEST !
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLASS
U yon wUh the Best Traveling Accommoda
tions yon will buy yonr ticket by thU Rontc
-AIID WILL TAKE NONE OTHER.
AH Ticket Aeentg can Ml von Thronch Tickets
via thla road and ChecV usual Bag-
ggz Free of Charge
OMAHA TICKET OFFICES 12U Farnham St. ,
Cor. 14th , and at Union Pacific Depot.
DEN'VER OFFICE In Color-do Central and
Union Pacific Ticket Office.
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 2 Nsw Jlontjom-
For information , folders , mapa , etc. , not ob
tainable at Home Ticket Office , address an ;
agent of the Company , or
H1RVIM HUCHITT , H 3TEHHITT ,
Oen'l Mwitzsr. GcnT PWB. Agent.
CHICAGO , ILL.
JAMES T. CLARK ,
Oenl A t Omaha Conncll Blufla.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars !
BURLINGTON & QU1NCY
With Smooth anil Perfect Track , Element Pas
senger Coaches , an4
PULLMAN SLEEPIJC & OININD CAS ?
It II acknowletlge'l by tht rrsST ? tj v fc-
travel uv r it , 10 be t'ro Keat Anpcl jua and
Best Managed Ro&d In me Coniilry.
PASSBNG-BRS QOING BAST
Should oear Iu mind 'hat this U the
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points Kast. North 4iid Northwest.
Passengers by this Route h-.ve choice of
FOUR DIFFERENT ROUTES ,
And the Advantage of Six Daily ti.ies ol Palace
Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
New York City Without Change
All Express Trains on
the Westinzhouse Pitcnt Air Brnka and
lllller'a Patent Safety riatform ami
Couplers , the most Perfect Pro
tection Against Acci
dents In the world
POltMAJ ! PALACE SLEEPIHC AND D'NINC CAR *
Art run on th Burlington Itontc.
Information concerning Koute ? , Hates , lime
Connection ? , etc. , will b9 cheerfully given br
appljInpittheoB'.caof tbo furllufrton Uoute ,
613 Fnnrtcentn Street , Omaha. Nebraska.
C. E PERKINS , D W. HITCHCOCK.
> fJen'l Manager. Oen. Wcst'n Paes Ag1 ! .
J O.PniLLIPPI , St. Joe.VMo
Ocnoril Agent , Om.iix )
- H P. DUEL ,
fep5-dl Ticket Agent Omaha
K.G. , T.JG &G.B.R.R. ,
b the only Direct tine to
ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST
From OMAHA and the WEST.
No change of cars between Omaha and St. la-alt
and but one between Omaha and New York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Eastern & Western Cities
With less charges acd in advance of other lines.
This entire Una Is equipped with Pullman's
Palace Sleeping Cars , Palace Day Coach-
es.HIIler'B Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
* arSEE THAT TOUR TICKET
jarVla Kansas City , St. Joseph
"C.nncllBluffsh.R. . , ' -
Ticket * tor sale at all coupon stations la the
J. F. BARNAKD , A. C. DAWES ,
Ocn'l Snpt. , Oenl Pass. & Ticket Asr't
St. Joseoh , Mo. BL Joseph , Mo ,
W C. SEACHHKST. Ticket Agen. ,
1020 Farnhaa.1 Street ,
ANDYBORDEtf , A. B. BARNARD ,
Pass. Afcent , Omaha. Oen'rl Azent , Omaha.
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
Wire Fencing and RaUInz n Speciality.
Their beauty , permanence and economy
dally working the extinction of all fencing
cheap material. r" " " '
" " "
Elegant In design , Indtstrnctlble" '
Fences for Lawns , Public Grounds and Come *
Iron Vases , Lawn Settees , canopied and of
rustic patterns ; Chairs and every description of
Iron nd Wire ornamental work deslsned anil
manufactured by E T. BARNUM'S Wire and
( ren Work , 17 , 29 and 31 Woodward Ave . De-
trolt , Mich. Send' : mn- . l -atalogue ami
price list. Bep24
KIDJ , EGBN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for Weaker
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy , Bright'a Disease , Loss of Energy
Nervous Debility , or any Obstructions arising from Kidney cr
Bladder Diseases. Also for Yellow Fever Bbod and KidnoT
Poisoning , in infected malarial sections.
< S-By Ihe distillation of a FOREST LEA ? with JUNIPER BERRIES and BARLET MALT w hav.
discovered MDNEQEN.which acta speciflcallv on the Kidneys and Urinary Organs , removlne Injurious
deposits formed In the bladder and preventing any straining , smarting sensation heat or Irritation
i3i membranoas , H 'nit ' of the ducU or water pissaga. It exdt a a healthy action In the Kidneys
P1n5u ? tm 't18"11. Tier and restoring thesa organs to a healthy condition , showing it * effect *
on both the color and easy Bow of urine. U can bo taken at all times , hi all climates and nndert't
circumstances without Injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficulties
It haa a very pleasant and agreeibl * taste and flavor. It hag beea difficult to make a preparation
containing positive diuretic properties which will not nauseate , bnt bo acceptable to the stomach
Before taking any Liver medidno. try a bottle of KONEQEN to CLEA SK the KIDNEYS from
foul matter. Try It and you will always ustl t aa a family medicine. Ladles especially will Ilka It
and Gentlemen wiUflnd KIDNEGEN the best Kidney T/nle ever nsed'
NOTICE Kach bott'e bears the signature of LAWRENCE 4 MARTIN , also a Proprietary Oovetn
ment Stamp , which permits KIDNEOEN t be sold ( without llcens * ) br Druggist * . Grocers and
Other Persona everywhere.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
If not found at jour Drutfglsta or Grocers , we will send * bottle prepaid to the nearest express
office to you
LAWRENCE & MARTIN , Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DRUGGISTS , GROCERS and DEALERS everywhere
Wholesale agents In Omaha , STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. , will supply the trade at raannJactur
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY.
. _ ' VSEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP , THAT TNtT
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GUEAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN TILE EAST & THE WV&t
It * main line ruta from Chicago A Conncll
Bnff ! % passing throuah JoHet , Otic .fa , LnSilIe.
Cieneseo. Mollnc. Knot Island. Davenport , Ueit
Uberty. Iowa City.llarenco. llrooilyn , ( Jrinnc.'l ,
Oes Molae-j ( the capital of lows ) , rituart , Atliui-
tic , and A7oca : with branch ? : ( rom Ilnrvna
Junttiontol'eorta ; Wilton Junction toMnsca-
ilr.0. Washington. KalrtleW , j l-Joo. UoUnsp
CentrevUle. Princeton. Trenton. Sallatln. Camc-
r n. Lenvenworth. AtchUon , and Kansas City ,
Wi blnaton t. . Slpncrner. Uskaloo o. and Knoz-
VJIIQ ; Keolus ta Karalnzton , Itonapnrtu , Bsn-
tonsiHirt. Independent. Kldon.ttncr > ra , Kd y-
vMie.O ! .I < Mwa. I'clln.Monroe1 , ami Des Moinea :
N wton toilonroe : LH.H3loine > to Indlano&ana
\VInterset : AtLutt toLewijanJAudutran ; ani
A oca to Ilarl&n. This Is positively the onir
Itallroad , which cnns. and operatea tarocuta
Uue from Chicago Into the State or Kansas.
Thmnuh KUpress I'cosenirer 'ITalns , wlta Pail-
suau ' 'ala'-ofaisattached.ararun each way daily
between Cnicxoo and PCOBU. KAHSAS Crrr.
I'dUSCII. BLD7F3. LBAVENWORTII and ATCHI-
sov. Through car are else rua between Mtl Tin-
tee and Kansas City , via Uio "ilUwnjOte and
Rock island Sh - * . Une. "
The "Gre.it Uock Island" 'j > mftsnaoentlj
equipped. Its road bed is dimply -\xlxt , and lt <
track Is laid with steel rails.
What win please you most will be the pteaaun
of enojlD2 | your meals , while passing overtoe
beautiful prairies of Illinois and lava. In one of
our mazniticent Dtnlnic Cars that accompany all
Taroueli Express Trains. You Bet an entlra
tonal , as coed as Is served In liny first-class hotel.
Appreciatlns the fact that a majority of the
people prefer separate apartments for different
purposes ( and the Immensepasxunecr business
of this line warrantlnc U ) . we art pleased loan *
nounce that this Company runs J'ullman Palace
Sleeping Can for sleeping purposes , and Pilaee
DinlnqCan for eatlDU purposes onry. Oc 'i
great fen tare of car Palace Can Is m SM'Ht } '
BA1.OO.N her yea can enjoy your "Uv
at all hears of the day.
Maenincent Iron liridee * spaa the Mtau .
and Missouri rivers at alt point * crossed 1 * u *
line , and transfers are avoided at Couoct rj
Kansas CItjr. Leavenwono. and AtchHOf T
nectlnns belncmado In Union Depntx.
TUB PK1NCIPAI , R. U. CONNKUTlurt , t
Tills ( JllKAT TllllUUUa 1XNJ2 AJW .
At CniCAOo. with all ( SrwjJB" Mnot M/ < :
Ktet and South.
> W. & L. IL ltds.
AtWAfliii.soTt'jr HMaffra , vtui K. u
At LA SAU.T. . wr. j 111. Cent. B. R.
trxoaiA.wlth P. P. * J. ; P.U.4B. <
. . . ,
At SotK iKLAxn wltn "Milwaukee &
totacd 'Ajan Line. " and Rock lofd A Pee
_ Atl > rMronT , 'lth the Davenport err
C * M A St. r . iw K.
AtWi8TL.niEHTr.wtthU > eB C.R. & . .
AtUBCTXaXJ , flth Central Iowa R.K.
At tsa Jiourtrf. with D M. & K. D K. K
At COOXCII. liLvrra. with Union Paciat t
At CxanA. with B. & Mo. H. It. H. la N t- .
At OTTCMWA , witn Central lowsuTH
Bt.L.APacandC.a&U K. Kds.
At KCOKUK. witn l-ol-Teo. A War.t vyi
Ix > nrsAPac ani1Ht.I rKeo.&If. > W.H IV
At CAMKHO.I , wttn 11. St. J. a. K.
AtATcnuox. with Atctt , Topeaa 4H B < i
Atch. * Neb. and Cen. BrTD. | C2. BdtV
At LBAVCMWOBin. wttjUB.P a , .
Cent. K. lias.
At KANSAS OTT , tth Utteea * ortfr -
I'UI.I.KAX PALACE CARS nnt rnn thraiiicti to 1EOHIA. HK9 MOa
COUXCVI. 1 > UFFS. KA..NSAH CITY , A TV1IIHUN n d J EAVkxYVOMH
Ticket * vlu this JLInv , knotvn n * the "Orrat JEoek JUiUld K at * " mrn Mt
all Ticket iaentm In the United fitutem ( mil Cuna lo ,
For lnf < > nnatlon not obtiilnuble ut your borne ticket office , rVlrna
A. . KIMlBAUr. , E. SX. JOHN.
Oen'l Superintendent. U n'l Tzt.l PaiaW A < T
FURNITURE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
And Everything pertaining to the Furniture BU (
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF HEW GOODS AT im
1208 and 1210 FjimlKuii Street ,
.11. K. RISUON.
General Insurance A iron I ,
RBDP _ NTV ;
pnKXlXASSUhiw.vi. > . * . . .1 Lon-
don. Cash Assets | S,107,1 1
ESTCHESTEK. N. Y. , Capital l.OOO.OOJ
THE MKKCHA : rS. of Newark. N. J. , 1OOC,00
OIRARD FIKE.PhllatleIpIihCapltal. . l.WX.OOO
KORTnWKSTERN NATIOJ ALCap-
FIRElinN'S FUND , California BCO.W
BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCECo 1,2X/OCO (
NEWA IK FIRE INS. CO , Assets. SoO.OCO
AHKRICAF CENTRAL , Assets 300.000
B art Cor. ot Fifteenth & Douzlaa St.
OMAHA , NEB.
HAMBURG AMERIC N PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line oi Steamships
Leavlnsr New York Every Thursday at 2 p. m.
England , France and Germany.
For Passage apply to
C. B. RICHARD & CO , ,
Passenger Agent * ,
Broadway. New York
* week. j2i day at home easily made : taih
outfit fren.AiM resa True & Co.PortlndM .
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