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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1880)
CHARLES POWELL ,
OF THE PEACE Comer ICth. and
JUSTICE Eta. , Omaha Keb.
WM. SIMERAL ,
D. L THOMAS ,
TTORKKT AT LAW Loan money , bsyi
_ .ndeellsrealeAate. Boom
A. C. TROW ,
DEXTER L THOMAS ,
A ? !
/ . M. CHADWICK.
TTOKNKf AT LAW-O * UM f raha
PjeKrhtao Kok , M *
Jj Pest O. " oe , OH > A , KEBBjSu
< rB5U H & BARTIETT ,
OrnCE-Pnlon BlockJPIftoonth * at Fkrnham'
X > . 13. IB.UAl-JL'OZa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ARBACH BLOCK. COR. DC88A IETH STS.
. . Connell ,
OBoe : Front looms , np rtln.ln Hwaeom'i
tew brick building. H. W. corer Fifteenth and
UHAS R. Bract
HEIUCK & REDICK ,
- - .
Special atlci'ticra IU In tfm to all tulti
cainot corporations ol ercrr dtbcrlptlon ; will
reacUee la tl Rh Coart * ot the But * and the
united States. Office , famham St. , oppotlte
EDWARD W. 8IMERAL ,
AT LAW Room Oreljhton
AITOUNEV and Dontlai rtrtrta. noBdh
C. F. MANDERION ,
A TTORKXT AT LAW Ut nnhm
J\ Omaha NibraAv
w. T. RICHARDS. a. j. HO T
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
Orrscs 215 South Fourteenth Street.
IKTERNAU EXTERNAL , AND
on the ppllcmUa
* * * * * yon tbe pnrU ititiii'miiua * + lmi
he Tqmora. nllnjlng tae lalfa B ma ?
DO NOT DELAY
Otfl the drain on the a j at a piud e
ermameat dlaabmty , bat bay It ,
TRYJT ABNE CURED
i-S PRICE , 50 CENTS.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT ,
a Mt wnen yon can not obtsvln It efbin , * r\ \
Till send It , prepaid , on receipt ofprlrc
Dr. Bouokoli Trcotlae on rile * anl Crei
4E DR , BOSANKO MEDICINE CO.
This institution , located at Denver , Colorado ,
the KducatlonU and Commercial center ot ike
West , Is pre-eminently tha bent and most praotj.
cal ol 1U Vlnd ( or the
Young Men and Ladies.
G. W. FOSTER , President ,
D. W. CADT , Secretary ,
The moat extensive , thorough nd compleU
nstltution ot the kind la the worldThoruandl
ot accountant ! and Business men. In the prln *
clpsJ dtles and towns ot the United SUles , owe
their success to our course of Irelnliig. .
The Eicht Kind of Education for
Young Men and Ladies ,
Tine , new brick block. At 5utlon ot three
treet car lines BVej .nUy ntU.il and tnrnlthed
apartments forth * application ol and carrying
out ot oar novel and systematic methods ot
BUSINESS TRAINING ,
Tonng mon who contompKt * bu > ine i life ,
and parents having son to educate , are partlcn <
larly requested to lend for our-ntw Circular ,
which will give fnll Information as to term * ,
ondltlon ot entrance , etc. Address
G.W. POSTER , President ,
C-Jm Denver , Colorado.
TTTE DAILY BEE.
MUHA PUBUSHIHC CO. . PROPRIETORS.
SISFarniam , bet. 9tk and IDA Street *
TERJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION ,
8 months . . . .gJDl
0 , * H , W.K.E,530 . m. , MOp. m
. Joe 690 . .
B. City * P , 130 a. ia.
& . , 11:40 fcm.
& * Ig Lincoln , 10 vm.
0. * K.W. K.K. , 11 a. m. , 11 p , m.
C.B.&a.Ufc.m. , 830 p. m.
C. R. 1. 5 > . , U a. m. , 11 p , tt.
a B. * Bt , Joe.,11 am. , U p. BJ.
TJ. P. R.R. 4p.m.
0. 4 R. V. from Unsola , 11UO 6. mi
. . , .
B. AH. lnlieb.,4p. m. r.
Load rnaHa ( or States Iowa leave bat onot i
cay , Tic 430 a , m.
Office open from 12 to 1 p. m Sundays.
THOMAS F. HALL. Postmaster.
Arrival And Departure el
DaUyErpre . . . .nlS"p.m. SSSp.tn ,
do Hlzed . edOp.m. 4:26 p.m. *
do FreightB50 a. m. ItlO p. IT.
do do . . . . .E:15 a. in. 1220 . m. '
TUCK fiAKD Of THE BUHUNGTON.
LlaVBOXini. JLXKTO OXIBI.
express 8:40 p. m. Erproea . 10:00 a. m ,
laU ) m Hall . 100 p. m.
Sundays accepted. Sundays Excepted.
CHICAQO.IBOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC.
Han . .60a.m. IMaU . 10:00 p. m.
Ixprtm-.KM p. m. | Ekpresa. .10eo : a. m.
Mall . _ .6.-nOa.m.M | Jl . - 730p.m.
* * pr _ . .8 : pi m. 1 Express _ 1 X ) a. m.
KANSAS orrr , ST. JOE * COUNCIL BLURS
Mall . _ 8:00 a. m. I Express . 7:40 vm.
KxproB . 8:00 p. m. I H fl . TS&j.in.
The only line running Pullman Sleeping Cat
oat of Omaha to Union Depot.
OMAUA & NORTHWESTERN AND ( SIOUZ
crnr & PACIFIC KAILROADB.
Kxpn _ . .8:00 a. m. | Fxpreet - 420 p m.
Dally Except Sundays.
B. ft V. B. B. In NEBRASKA.
. , uacfn.
Kxprc B _ . 8SOaml Fittght . 850am
Freight . . . . . . e5p to JKxpre : 8 . 4:10 pm
&OUX CITY & ST. PAUL R. B.
. . . . _ . . 8:10 am I Kip-cos . 100 am
Erpreaf . 8.40 pm I M . . . . .7:20 p m
WABAS11 , ST.
Kan . - 8a.m. I Mall - 11:56 a. m
ExpraK..S:40 p. m. ( Eiprca.l:25 p. m.
BRIDOE DIVISION U. P. R. R.
Leare Omaha , dally , 8 a. m. , B a. m. , 10 a m. ,
11 a. m. . 1p.m. , 8 p. m.p. m , 5 p. m,6p.
Leave Council Blnffo ; & 25 a. m. , 0:25 a. m , ,
1096 a , m. , 11:25 a , m. , 1S5 p. m. , 2:26 p. hi. ,
135 p. m. , 6:25 p. m. , 6:25 p. in. )
FOOT trip * on Sunday , leaving Omaha at 9 and 11
a. m. , 2 and 6 p. m. ; Council Bluffs U 925 ,
11 ; * . fct , and 2:25 and 6:25 p. m.
Leave Omaha : 6 a. m. , 7 a. m.8 0 . m. , 1
p. m. , 4:60 p. m. , 7:25 p. m. ,
Leave Council Blatfs : 6:15 a.m , , 9:40 a. m. ,
1140 anu6:25p , m. , 7.-00 p. m. , 7SO p. m.
Dally except Sunday.
OMAAA * REPUBLICAN VALLEY B. .
IttVt , ARMTS.
Man..r. > v , . . . . _ 10:16 a. m. , 4:55 p. m.
Dally except Sundays.
TH week. | l a day at h'cio aisilj made ; cash
* ItoatOt free.ftda' nw Trae & Co.Pnrtln.l.Me.
SA.NTA GLAUS FOUND.
Greatest Discovery of tfco Age.
ffondMfnldlacoveriecln the woridhavoboen made
Among other things where Santa Claui stayed
Children ott ask U he makes coeds or not ,
It nally he trot In a moanlaln of snow.
Last year an exconlon galltsd clear to the Pole
And raddenly dropped Intowhat seemed HkeuholB
Where wittier Of wonders theyfound anowland ,
jThDo fairy -Uk a beings appeared on each hand.
There were mountains like ours , with more
beautiful preen ,
And far brighwr skies than ever were scon ,
Birds with the hnes of a rainbow were found )
While flowen nf exquisite fragrance xrtra glow
Hot long were they left Id WOnder In doubt
A being soon cams thty had heard much about ,
Twas Santa ClaUs * self and this they all say ,
He taked like the picture r csee every day.
H droroup a team that looked Tery queer ,
Twaa a team * l crasehoppcra Instead of rrindrtr ,
He rode In a shell Instead of a slelvh
Bat he took thorn on borfd and dlove them
He thowttt them all over his wonderful realm ,
And factories miking foods for women and men
Farriers were working on hate Rreat and small ,
To Bonce's ( her said they were sending them all.
Kris Kindle , the Glove UaVer , told them at once ,
All oar Qlores we are lending to Bonce ,
Santa showed them mspendeis and many thlnyt
more. . .
Sayinic I also toot thirid to JrfeM E5nce's itore.
" i to his can ,
Knowing his friends "will get their full share.
How remember ye dwellers In Omaha town ,
AH who want present * to Bunco's go round.
For ihlrta , collars , or cloves great and Email ,
Bend your stater or aunt one and all.
Bunce , Champion Hatter ot the Welt , Doujlal
A new an * hitherto unknown remedy for al
diseases ot the Kidneys , Bladdot , and Urlnarj
It will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
' to retain or expel
IT. Brtchl'g Disease. Inability
th Urine , Catarrh ot the Bladder , high colcrecj
and acanty .rrlne. Painful Urinatlnff , LAMI
BACK , General TTeakncaB , and all Female Com
It avoids internal medldnes , la certain In II
effects and cures when nothing else can.
For ale by all Druggists or Mnt by mall f r
upon receipt of the price , $2.00.
DAY KEYPAD CO. , PROP'RS ,
Toledo , O.
J98 / , yonr address for our little book
How a was Saved. "
IIES K. ISH. Arent lor Hebraska.
CHARLES RIEWE ,
If etallc Cases , Coffins , Casket * , Shrouds , etc.
Faro mStro * . Oth and llth , Omaha , Neb ,
Telegraphic orders promptly attended to.
The Amoricancompetition of which
iho Ei.g ibJi farmtr 1ms hnd , for some
year- * , i > -ic ical and increasingly
oaiiifiil v > i srnca is just hepinniug
to nwHk. ii , iuMiC atteiiiion in Fran-e.
It bai Lc-t vtolfd IhetB a feeling of
alarm , * it : VimUnd , for the eondt-
tloni of'he < c-'untrlcs in respect
to the eourc.-j nul d'stribution of
wealth * to Vc } v .ferout. Tae land
la much more q ally apportioned
among the populalkn in France , and
the actnal ownership of the soil he
tills has made the French farmer a
more prosperous and independent
person than the tenant farmer of
England His industry and aobrloty ,
joined to his habits o ! thrift , tre might
almost Bay parsimony , hava given
him B start in the world -which
not even ihe competition of the Amer
ican farmer , with all his great natural
advantages of cheap and fertile land ,
can overcome. He is not only a land
holder , hat a bondholder as well.
The number of landed proprietors in
France is 5,500,000 , and last year the
number of holders of rentes was
4,280,933 , and In 1878 , 4,139,040 ,
showing that the number of French
people who have invested some portion
tion of their savings in the govern
ment obligations ia approaching that
of the freeholders. A population ot
'this character Is not Very sensitve to
foreign competition. Nevertheless ,
the fact that American wheat and
beef can be bought in France cheaper
thin the native products has led
thoughtful economists In that country
to survey with some anxiety the pros
pect opened op by the rivalry of the
In a recent issue of The Journal des
Debats M. J. de Reinach presents
some statistics of the comparative cbfit
of production In the two 'countries.
Ho gives in detail the items of ex
pense in cultivating one hectare (2.4 ( ?
acre * ) Q Th'cil In Toias and in
France.Ylth the exception of a
narrow strip of land in the western
part of the state , the soil of Texas is
not adapted to wheit-growinjr , but for
1L de Reinach'a. purpose it furnishes
as good.a point of comparer n as any ,
fi > r the cost t > f rulsihfj a bushel of
wheat there is about the eamo as in
the northwest. From ode httotife the
Texas farmer ? vls 2U hectoli'res , (55 (
bushel ? ) costing 7f. GSc per hectolitre.
The yiutd in Franco is but 15 hectoli
tres , costing 21f. 43s. hectolitre ,
or not quiet three Hrrtea M much as
in Tcitvs. btii utter the wheat is
harvested a crop of era can be
raised in Texas 20 hectolitres , cost
ing 3f. GOc per hectolitre. For trans
porting there two crops to France , AL
do Rcionch add Gf. per hectolitre.
The American faimer , then , sells In
French markets as the product of one
hectare of land 20 hectolitres of wheat
which have cost 274f.f. delivered
at21f. the hectolitre'.and 20 hectolitres
of com , costing 148' . , at llf. 60c the
hcctS'ltre. Thos the net profit on
one year's product of his 2.47 acres Is
236f. , or 47 , while the French farmer
inuet bo content to sell his 15 hectoli
tres of wheat for just what it costhim ,
receiving no profit whatever.
It cannot bb said of this compari
son , AS bt Messrs. Bead and Pell's re
port to the British parliament , tnat
it under-estimates the productivcnets
of American soil or the profits of the
farmers who till it.But If Vi bialt
the after-crop of c'cifn , the remainder
Of the slat&ment may be accepted aa
fair and truthful , though some French
writers not eo well Informed as Mr.
de Reinach have cherged him with ex
aggerating the pOBsibilties of Ameri
can agriculture Tjier'o is no dispo
sition to question the accuracy of his
statements as to the largo outlay and
mall return of the French farmer ,
but it does not appear that this con
dition of things is due cwholly to
American competition1 aa seven times
within the laat uYenty yesra the aver
age 'siYnnal price of wheat in Franco
has touched the point where the pro
ducer's prfit vanishes , and this was
before American wheat had found its
way to Trench markets. Now that
our export tra'de in braadstuffg is firm
ly established , however , the farmers
of France must prepare to meet as a
permanent condition whathashitherto
been exceptional. In no year in
which American soil has yielded a fair
crop can the price of wheat in the
markets of Paris riio much above the
figures civen by M. de Reinach
M the cost of production there
21L the hectolitre. From the wheat'-
field the comparison , may be carried
to the stock-yard. The daily cost of
Ihu lodder for fattening an ox in
France is If. 80. ; fora cow , 93c. ; for
a sheep , 12c. In Texas it costs for
anox7c. ; for tti cow the same , and
for a sheep So. During the first
seven months of the present year
America sent to France 1,249 live
cittle , 1,858 iheep , and 625 hogs.
This is but a bsginnlng , compared
with our exportation ! to England ; but
it opens the way to greater things.
In the first nine months of the year
France imported. 641,17GOOOf. worth
of grain and flour , of which a large
portion was drawn from America ,
Bold being shipped to pay for It.
These facts prove incontestable that
the products of our soil are pushing
their way Into all quarters of the
world , and every year finding out new
markets But they by means prove
that French agriculture is to be ruin
ed by us , or that a high tariff on
breadslnffs and provisions will be re
quired to protect it. Indeed , the
means of defense already suggested
are of quite another kind. The French
government patronizes and aids agri
culture to an extent wholly unknown
here. The state dispenses large sums
yearly in prizes , and to those who have
suffered loss through fire , storm or cat
tie disease. It keeps fine horses , sheep
and cattle in the various departments
for breeding purposes , and two bank
ing institution- Credit Fonder and
the - establish *
edto supply capital for | erlcuUuralde *
valopment. It IB to this fostering anc
parental care of the state that theoret
ical French fanners will look for
mcails of defense against Intrusive
competition from without. "The Re-
publique Francaise calls for more cap
ital and technical instruction for til
lers of the soil. M. De Rhinach
would have'thergovernment reduce
the farmers taxes and reclaim 12,000-
000 acres of waste landby under-
draining and irrigation. The present
outlook is not favorable , " says he ,
' 'but to change
It only depends on us
It. " No doubt the state can do
much to better tne condition of
French agricultural interests , but it
still remains true that their mala re
liance against foreign rivalry is on
the Industry and practical good
sense of the farmers themselves.
An Important A BrlctlturalUlscovery.
Everybody knows the value of green
grass In fattening stock and increas
ing the milk of cows. And most people
ple know that from one to two-thirds
of the substance and nutrition which
the cattle find in their food comes
direct from the atmosphere and rain ,
and not from the earth. It is also
generally well known that dried fodder
der of every description is > mnch
lighter In weight and less In bulk
than the green stuff , yet it is only
within the last two years that it has
occurred to one in ibis country that it
these three facts were put together ,
the conclusion would bo reached that
about one-half of alt the food quali-
tiep o ! fonder are lost in the cubing of
it by the process of drying , and that
if it were preserved in a green state it
would be twice as valuable for feeding
In the winter than when dry. This
has led to a further investigation of
the fodder question , and some of our
agricultural papers have found that in
trance there is a perfect system of
preserving green fodder In general
use , which had been Introduced by the
French army on its return from Mexico
ice in 1867. The Meylpana In tnrH
Acquired this process of treating fod-
uer from the Spaniards , who had
learned it from the Romans.
As practiced by the French the pro
cess is as follows : A cellar with stone
or brlck.air tlpjlt walls in constructed
of capacity suiticient to hold as many
tons aa desired. This is called a silo ,
and it Is filled with green corn-stalk
fodder cut fine by chopping machines
run by horse or steam power. Over
the top of the corn stalks ia placed a
tight layer of boards , on which are
placed atones , logs of other heavy
weights Until the fodder beneath is
pressed Into a compact mass , which
being entirely preserved from tne air
remains for several months in about
the same condition of freshness as
when cut , and is called ensilage.
When opened in the winter for the
purpose of feeding stock , the ensilage
Is cut out with a hay knife and ia
found to possess nearly all the good
qualities of new grass. Dr. John M.
Boiley , of Massachusetts , was the first
in this country to make any experi
ments with ensilag ? . In his report on
the subject ho says thatt\e found that
ho can rais f roth forty to seventy-
fivb lena of sown corn stalk to the
acre , which , when kept in a allo and
fed to stock , is the equivalent of from
twenty to thirty-seven and one-half
tons of thu best timothy hsy. He
predicts that when silos find ensilage
feeditig'conies into general
Use "milk can he produced fur one
cent per quart , butter for ten cents a ,
pound , beef for four cents per pouud ,
and mutton for nothing , if wool be at
thirty cents per pound. " Were Dr.
Batluy not indorsed by the president
of the Mntaachnaetts agricultural so
ciety and the bureau of agriculture at
Washington , we should nof-have given
so much apace to his wonderful claims.
As it is , the question of silos and en
silage is of the very greatest impor
tance to such an extensive cheese and
butter producing cotintry aa we have
in Northern Ohio.
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| We Olnb with this paper.
An Honest Medicine Jbrea of Charge
Of all medicines advertised to cure
any affection of the Throat , Chwt 01
Lungs , we know of none we can rec
ommend as highly as DK. KINO'S NEW
DISCOVERY for Consumption , Coughs ,
Colds , Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fe
ver , Hoarseness , TiekllngJa the
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ing the very worst cases In the short
est time possible. We say by al
means give it a trial. Trial bottlrj
free * Regular size 81.00. For sale by
8lly ( ) J. K IfcH , Omaha.
If von are troubled with fever and ague , dom
ague , billions fever , jaundice , dyspepsia , or any
dloei-se of the liver , blood or stomach , and wish
to get Well , try th * new remedy , Prof , Bull-
mette's ' French Liver Pod. Ask your drttRlst
for ) It.fand take no other , and if he bag not got
It send tl SO In a letter to the French Pad Co. ,
Toledo , 0. , and receive one by return mall.
BncKlen'a Arnica salve
The BEST SALVE in the wotld 101
data , Braiaea , Sores , TJloan , Salt
Bhonm , Fever Sores , Tetter , Ohapp-
ed Hands , Ohilblalna , Corns , and all
dnds of Skin Ernptlona. TUa Salve
j guaranteed to give perfect satl&fao-
; Iod In every caae or money re fanded.
Prloe 25 cents per box. For sale bj
8dly J. E. ISH Omaha.
45 Tears before thePtoblie.
are not recommended as a remedy "for
ill the Ills that flesh is heir to. " bat in
affectiona.of the Liver , and In dil Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , arid .Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
, , _
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre-
jaratory to , or nfter taking quinine. As
i simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each bdjt.lins a red-.wai $ m b'tt iUe lid.
with the impression.McLANfi'S LIVER
? ILL. Each wrapper bears the signa-
ures of 0. McLANE and FLEMIHO BEOS.
yS" Insist upon having the genuine
DB. C. McLANE'S ' LIVER PILLS , pre-
> ared b *
FLEMING BROSPltt8ljurghPa. ,
he market being full of imitations of
he name J/c anc , spelled differently ,
mt same pronunciation.
tiow io ciJRfc , . , . . .
CONSUMPTION , COUGHS ,
Colds , Asthma , Croup ,
ail diseases of the Throat , Lungs , ana
USE ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
Is the Best and Most
in the World
for Constipation , BlllouBneaa ,
Hendaclie , Torpid Liver , Me J ;
arrliolds , Indlsposltioii , annjUl
from , an oto
Ladies Srid children , and Ihose who dtsiiko
jiklne pills and nauseous medicines , are espo-
dally pleased with Its agreeable qualities.
TBOPICJFRUIT LAXATIVE- be used
In all cases tbat need the aid of n. purgative ,
zaUiartlcorapierlent medicine , andTvbllpitpro *
iluces thejiarn&resnlt & 3 tboaAcnt3namcdlti ls
entirely ffeb liwn the nsttal flWectlOnscOtaitiDn
to them. FaeludOn bronzed tin box only.
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 6oc
Before Purchaalne Ant Poail oi Bo-Called
ELECTRIC BELT ,
Sand , or Appliance represented tocureNervotu ,
Chronic and Special Blgcieos , send to the POL
YKRUACIIEROACrAKIC QO J 513Montgomery
Jttoot , Ban Francisco , Cat. , for their Free
Pamphlet and "The Electric Review , " and yon
will gave time , health and money. The P. G.
Co. are the only dealers in Genuine Electric Ap
pliances on the American Continent.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby ctven that sealed bids
will be received at the office of the county
clerk of Furnas county , Nebraska , at
Beaver City , the county seat cf said coun
ty , up to the 3rd day of January , A. D.
1881 , at 12 o'clock M. of said day , for the
construction of a wagon bridge across the
Eepnblican river , south of the town of
Cambridge , in Medicine CreeK precinct , In
Furnas county , Nebraska , said bridge to
be 40J feet in length. Bidders are re
quired to accompany their bids with
plans and specifications of the work , and
also with a bond in a sum double the
amount of tha bid , conditioned for the
faithful execution of the contract. The
county commissioners of said county of
Pnrnaa reserve the right to reject any and
By order of the county commissioners of
Furnas county , Nebraska. Dated at
Beaver City , Kurnaa county , Nebraska ,
the 19th day of November , A. D. 1880.
L. KINSMAN , County Clerk.
Tanant's ' S-ltzer Aperient.
A cure for lodistst'on frightful ,
A bubbling beverage J6Ilhtfal ;
A rttnedy tor every ailment
O'er which the Bllmua make bewallment. !
A laxative , thouxb mild , effective ,
A tonic , narvine ind corrective ;
An anodyne and suporiflc ,
A wonderful SiLmFBC ro
Embodying etery rare ingredient
That mothef Nature deemed expedient ,
Wth kindly liberal hiuld toflln/
Into the tamonstelirer Spring.
HAKE NO. MISTAKE ;
MICA AYT.F. GREASE
Composed largely of powdered mica and iainglaai
is the best and cheapest lubricator In the world
It la the best because ) t does not from , but form :
a highly polished surface over the axle , doing
away with a large amount of friction. U ia the
chf pe < rt bocauM you need use but half the
quantity In ffeatlug your wmron that you wool J
ofanyothetaxle grease made , and then ran
roar wagon twice as long. U xnrwen eqnillj
swell for Mill Gearing , Threshing ( Machine * ,
3ugglegftc.a8 for wagons Send for Pocket
Cyclopedia of Things Wortb Knowing. Hailed
re * to any address.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO. ,
81 MICHIGAN AVENOE ,
)9Ask Your Dealer For It
FEVEK AM ) AGUE.
Then Is no clvillred nation In the Western
iDtnlsphere In which the utility of Hottctter'g
Itomach filtlers at a tbnlc , corrective , and antl-
illlona medicine , Is hot known and appreciated.
iVhile it la a medicine ( of ill etaaona and all
climates , It Ia especially pnlted.to the complaints
; encrated by the weather , brltifr the purest and
: est vegetable stimulant In tbx world.
Tor sale by Druggista and Dealers , to whom p-
ply for Ho.tetter'a Almanac for 1881. _
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
St , Paul & Sioux City
The Old Reliable Sioux City Route !
100 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE I
From COUTOL BLUITSto
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS
DULTJTH , or BISMARCK ,
Lnd all po In tain Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. This line la equipped with the Im-
irovtd Wcstlujhonso Automatic Air Brakes and
Idler Platform Coupler and Buffer. And ( or
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
jmsorpaseed. Elegant Drawing Boom ind
Sleeping Canowned .ahd controlled by the com
pany , nta TJitotcb tylthafet Obango between
Jnlon Pacific frabsfer Dcpit , CosnMl nioffg ,
and St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Pacific
franafeT Depot at Council Bluffs , at 6:15 p m. ,
reaching Sloni City at 10:20 : p. m. , and St. Paul
at 115 a.m. , making
JHOlTRS 1 AjvAicca 01
Returning , leave St. Paul at 8 0 p. in. , a
rlvbg at Sioux City at 4:15 : a. m. , and tmlo
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Blnffs ,
a. m. Be BUTO that your tltkots read via "B. 0 ,
P. B B , " , F.C. HILLS ,
Superintendent. UUaonrl Volley , Iowa
P. E. BOBINSON , Aaa't Oen'l Paea. Agent.
J. H. 0-BRYAN ,
and Passenger Agent.
To Servous Snfferers The Qreal
European Bemedy Dr. J ,
E. Simpson's Speoifio
It la a positive cure ( or 8 permatorrbea , Semina
WMknoMImpotencyandail diseases roaultlnf
[ lorn Self-Abuse , u Mental Anxiety , lens o
Memory , Palna In the Back or Side , and dUcase
that lead U
an early gravi
The Spedfl <
sent free to alL Write ( or them and get ful
particular ! .
Price , Specific , fl.OO per package , or six pack
geiIor6.BO. Address all orders to
J.B SIMPSON MEDICINE CO. ,
Koa. Mand 108 Main St. . Buffalo , N. T.
Sold in maha by C. F. Goodman , J. Vf. Bell
t , E. iJh tnd alldraggUu everywhere.wp28
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TWO DOLLARS WILL SEOUB1
THE WEEKLY SEE
One For Tear.
Chicago & Northwestern
2,380 MILES OF ROAD 1
It la the SHORT. BU'HZ and < Ufr > Rent * Botwoc
and all pcinta EAST ud NORTH.
JT OFFERS THK TRAVELING P0BUC
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN ANT
OTHER ROAD IN
Ills the ONLY BOAD b twMn
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which Is ran
PULLMAN HOTEL OAKS !
In addition to them and to pleua all claraea ol
travelers , It glin FIRST-CLASS MEALS at Its
EATING STATIONS at 60 cents each.
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS I
ITS COACHES ARE THE FINEST !
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLASS
U yea wl h thu Best Traveling Accommoda
tions yon will boy yonr ticket by this Bonta
5-AND WILL TAKE NONE OTHER.
All Ticket Agents can sell von Through Ticket *
Tia this road and Check nstul Bag.
: Free ol Charga
OMAHA TICKET OFFICE8-12U Faraham St. ,
Cor. 14th , and at Union Pacific Depot.
DENVER OFFICE In Colorrao Central and
Union Pacific Ticket Office.
BAH FRANCISCO omCE-2 Naw Mont om-
For Information , folders , maps , etc. , not ob
tainable at Homa Ticket Office , address any
agent of the Company , or
MARVIN HCCHITT , ff. STrHHITT ,
Gen'l llanasrer , Genl PMB. Acrat ,
JAMES T- CLARK ,
Genl Agt Omaha ft Conndl Bluffs.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
BURLINGTON & QUINCY
With Smooth and Perfect Track , fcegant Paa-
senger Ccacbea , and
PULLMAN SLEEPING * DINING CARS
It I * acknowledged by the Frass , aad all whe
travel uvar It , to be tha Beat Appointed and
Best Managed Bead In the Country.
Should oear in mind that this Is the
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points East , North and Northwest.
Passengers by this Boute have choice of
FOUB DIFFERENT BOUTES ,
And the Advantage of Six Daily Linea of Palace
Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
New York Oitjjgthout Change.
All Express Trains on this line are equipped with
the WcstlnghousePaUnt Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and
Couplers , the most Perfect Pro
tection Against Acci
dents In tha world.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING AND DINING CARS
Art run on th Burlington Boute.
Information concerning Bottles , Rates , lime
Connections , etc. , will bs cheerfully given by ,
applying at the office of the Burlington Kout * ,
613 Fonrteentn Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
C. E. PERKINS , D. W. HITCHCOCK. .
Gen'l Manager. Gen. Weat'n Pass. Ag't.
J. 0. PHILLIPPI. St. Joi. , Mo.
General Agent , Omaha.
H. P. DUEL ,
fep6-dl Ticket Agent , Omaha.
K.C.,8T.JOE&C.B.R.R. , ,
la the only Direct Unit to
ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST
From OMAHA and the WEST.
Ho change of can between Omaha and Bt. Lonll
and but one between Omaha and New York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Eastern & Western Cities
Cith less charges and In advance at othar line * .
This entire line Is equipped -with Pnllman'f
Palace Sleeping Cars , Palace Day Coach-
eo.HUler's Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
THAT TOUR TICKET
City. St. Joseph
Ticks' * ( or Bale at all coupon stations In the
West , . , . , .
j. F. BARK AuD , ( r. e. Dtjtta ,
Ocn'ISupt. , Gcnl Pass. sfltkH Aft
St. Joeeon , Ho. Bt. Joseph. Mo ,
W 0. 8EACHBEST , Ticket Agen. ,
1020 Farnhau Etnet ,
ANDY BORDER , A. B. BARNARD ,
faw. AgentrOmaha. Gen'rl Azent , Omaha.
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
Wire-Fencing and Railing n Speciality.
Their beauty , permanence and economy
dally working the extinction ot all fencing ] ]
Elegant In design. Indestructible
Fences for Lawns , Public Grenada and Ceme
a Iron Vaseg , Lawn Settees , canopied 'and ol
rustic patterns ; Chairs and every description ol
Iron and Wire ornamental work dedsned anil
manufactured by E. T. BABNTTM'3 Wlra and
Iron Work , S7,29aad3I Woodward Avo. , De
troit , Mich. Send . - ! " ' ! " . . -atalogue and
price llflt. sep2 <
KIDNEGEN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for Weaker
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy. Bright's Disease , Loss of Energy ,
gervpusDebility , or any Obstructions arising from Kidney or
Bladder Ceases. Also for Yellow Fever Btoocl and Kufnoy
Poisoning , in infected malarial sections.
vf " * , FO" TLKAFwith JJJNIPER BERRIES and BARLET MALT we hav
V ' 'K'"t' ' 'act'T clflallironth' KJI' ! } andUrinaryOrsans.remotinitInjurious
lortnol i. the h alikr .
an.l preieitln ? any stralnlnsr , smaitln-c scngaticn heat or Irritation
mine mcmbranoucU incufih ihtcU or water p-vsu e. It excites aheiUtbr action In the KUncva
8 Sf fum n ; or " " ' ' rrstorinir thcw orpins to a healthy condition , showlnc lu cDccta
on Doth the oil r jn.t wy Dow . . ( unns. It can bo tttceixat all times , Inall clinutea and underi'l '
circumrtances KI out injury t.ihe ystem. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficulties
It nas a very pl i ic in-l aureciM * tosto and Ravor. It lua bcoa duncult to make a preparation
contalnlnfrposimoiiIuretlcprpjnTtlM which will net nauseate , but be acceptable to the stonmh
Before taking any Uver meduinu , try a bottle of KIXVEC1EN to CLEANSK the KIDNEYS from
lommatter 1 ry't an < ] ron iU i r.j us < J * * raily mcdtcin . LaJieuc ccially U1 like it
and Gentlemen vtillBnd KlDNtOKN the best Kidney Tonio ever used'
NOTICE-tach bott'ewars th- Bienturo of LAWRENCE i MARTIJf. also * Proprietary Gov in
ment Stamp. hch ptmilta KIDXEOEN to be sold ( without Ucenao ) by DruffsisW. Grocers and
Other Persona every wtero.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
Ifnotfonndat jour DragiistdorGrocflrs , ws will eenda bottl * prepaid to the nearest eirrcM
office to yon
LAWRENCE & MARTIN Ills.
, Proprietors , Chicago , .
Sold bj DRUGGISTS , GKOOEKS and DEALEKS everjTvhere
Wholesale a < uts in Omaha , STKELE , JOIINSOX& CO. , will supply the trade at mannfactur
WHO 18 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CFOCRAPHY Of fHIS COUNTRY ,
. SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP. THAT TH
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. B.
IS TIIE GREAT CONNECTED LINK BETWEEN THE EAST & THE
Its main line runs from Chicago M Connell | Dinlnq Cars for eatln - ' '
Bluffs panslna tumagli Jol'ot , Otta-ra , Ln Sille. Breat Jentaro of "our Pnlaco Cixra Is a SM'H'
Qeneseo , Moltne Itock Island Oavenpirt. V/f iit BAI.OON vrhereyon can enjoy yonr
Liberty , Iowa City.Marenao. Brooklyn , arinncil. at all hears of the duy.
Dee Slobea ( the capital of Iowa ) . Stuart. Atlantic SlsanlHcent Iron Urtduea tvtm .
ail crosM.iS >
Avoca wltb brunches from nnreta gnilllirtnourl rivers at polnu
tic , and ; . *
Junction tOPeorla : Wilton Junctlov toMnKCa- line , awl transfers are avoided alConncl. t1
llno , Wasbln tob. Falrfleld. BMon , Belkoap Kansna City. Lenvenworth. and Atchlao . > >
. , Qallatln. Carae- nertlons beinsniailo In Union uopnw.
Ifentrevtlle. iWaceton. Trenton
. . . CUNNKirrbJK
R. K. /
and Kanaas City TUB PIUNl'lrAI.
nn. Leavenworth. Atctalson , ; 'rliKOUUQ LINK AAV it
Knox- THIS I1UKAT
Washington to HUroarner. Oskaloosa , and -
vilie : Keoznk to J-amlnirton. Bonaparte , B m-
tonaoort. Independent. KMon. Cttunwa. Eddy
vllle.Oskaloosa.l'ella.Mnnroe.and Uea Modnesj
Nnwton to Monroe : I > CT Slolnes to Indlaoolaaod
Winterset : AtlantU to Lewis and Andnbon ; aoet
WARiiisattHr . wty K.
A-oca to Harlao. This la positively Ura onlr Al nnoirra.
Itallroad , which owns , and operate * a taraocta u y. u.
line from Chicago Into the State or Kansas.
ThroughBxprees Pe senrerTraln .wlth VH-
> } .arenuieachw / < lii : }
nan i alacaUcrsaUache < " "
"At "lUX d : ts.A ! l > tlih "Slllwaokaa
UOU.NCIL , BLDrrs. LKAVRNWOKTH ana ATT HI- ffltxO JjOrt Lice. " nnd Koek IM'd Jt In. .
* * * ? > * '
with the Uavenport
SON. ThronKhcar areal jrnnbetwernMil ! id- At If&TKNJtJUT.
tee iind Kansas City , via , tto "HUwauKeo * it C-M-.tHVi' Jt.lt.
. TTifUhU R.GR.ft
* . Line. " AtW3rtl.IltB ,
Hock Island Ht r
. Ith reatml Iowa VL It.
" Island" to K AtllHISXKU.
The "Great , roadbedlsslmplr uocit ' 5 ; A ( DIM 3IiiI.vvf.irUh I ) iL & K. D K. K
equipped lt r-oxmrll. atjjrrH.irltb Union Paooes. .
. At -
with steel rails.
track What la will laid pleMeyon most will bethepco m At iM A ! ) * , with II. & Mo. IJL IL II. In fi-f.
. Ju criov.wiihU-.C. K.4/V
meal , while paiilnK over the -
of enjoylnfc your
beautiful prairies of IlllnoUond Iowa , In one < ! At inrtruwA. wltn Ventral lows It- %
. _ . and C. V. &
onrmaaniScent DiningCars tbut accompany nl. St. 1 * rao.
. rotlrw At KEOKCK.irtttTotr.
Through Express Trains. Ton get an
hotel , nd St. U. Kro. A fl.-W. H
meal , aa good as la served . In nny first-class . irttnH.bt.J.H.K.
for seventy-five cents.
AppredatlnB the fact that a majority ; of the , . U.V. . .
apartments for different Atch. A Weft , and CeiuBr. li. Hda.
people prefer At LRAViCSWDlCTH. WlttlKiO. l O. Urt
purposes f and the Immense p
of thUllne warranting it ) , we nro plea l to an
u ztoes tnr
fullman l te
nonnce that this Company runs
Slaving Can for slecplnx purposes , and filar * ondtfoutnvrcst.
I'KORB' ' * . WKM MO J- >
n-rrTT fAK PAf.ACE CAJt-H nn rmt thrniiirh to
COCWC lTKTIPFSNAirciTV. : . ATCMI.SOV nn.l l RAVfalWOUTM ,
Tlefceta "lu thl. JLIne. Unown the "Orat Uocli laluaA Jionte. " art > "
cUet s\aent * ID the United Mtnt md CiinaUo.
r Information nol abtiilnuble Mt yuurbuma ticket office ,
A.CHAS. . S
And Everything pertaining to the Furniture and
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 8 W GOODS AT THE
1208 and 1210 Fisrnluim Str cZ.
ap II mon th lit
OK. A. S.
IiAS yERMANENTLT LOCATED ni3 MEO
WS Tenth Street , - OHAHANEBRASKA
In all departmenfa 'a
Ofl rlnz hia services
medicine anJ surgery , both In Kencial a.
practice acute and chronic diseases.
b. coniulted night aad day , j jS lltu .
receipt of lette.
part of the city and county on
HAMBURG AMERIC H PACKET CO.'S
Weekly Line oi Steamships
Leaving New York Every Thursday at 2 p. m.
England , Franco and Germany.
For Passage apply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
Pisaenzci Agent * , i
. New Tori :
3 CO In" 0)O
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