Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 25, 1880, Morning Edition, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE DAILY BEE : DECEMBER 25 , 1880.
TALK IS SHEEP ,
IBut it Takes Mutton to Make
Money and Wool to Cloth
the Naked.
he Ranges of the North and
West.
udence of The Bee.
> , Neb. , December 23.
writers in speaking of Nebraska
have described it as adapted only to
the raising of stock , others have said
it would all be converted into corn
fields. Neither of these extremes is
correct. Nebraska farmers will fini
it most profitable to engage in mixed
farming or to both the raising of grain
and stock. Some portion of western
Nebraska will likely remiin occupied
by cattle ranches for many yeats to
como. Though scientists claim to be
equal to that of any country , it is
evident from the history of
the past few years in which
jvhas been inhabited that the climate
is not as conducive to a vigorous
growth of agricultural product * as thut
nearer .he Missouri river. As the
country becomes densely settled and
the surface is operated upon by the
plow , harrow aud drill , tha climate
m nndergo much change , and lessen
. difference m productiveness now
existing between the eastern and
western portions of Nebraska's prairie
land.
It is on some acco-nts unfortunate
that the settlement of the state came
with such a rush. Had settlement
oved more cautiously and tilled all
ground thoroughly that it spre id
velr over , Nebraska would never
have given a cry of want. Not even
her frontiersmen would have cause to
complain of "hard times" more than
in other aud older settled states.
Wool growing is to-day one of the
most remunerative industries of the
stale , and it is destined to become
more so as the wolves are killed and
driven westward , and a few woolen
factories are established in the west
to utilize the product without the cost
of double transportation to eastern
factories , and back to western con
sumers.
The nutritious cratses of Nebras
ka's prairies are superior to the tame
grasses for ileth , and arc regarded
fully equal in wool p-oducint ; prop
erties The eastern [ .ortion of tin ,
state is watered by numerous little
streams tlut flow near the surface ,
and these can bo suppl meutci with
wind-mils where needed at very little
expense. The hill and vale , which
constitute the natural home of the
sheep , diversify a very largo part of'
the state.
This fine stretch of laud tying
along both sides of the St. Paul ,
Sioux City & Omaha road is pirticu-
larly adapted to this branch of agric
ultural work. Extensive advertising
has been civen by railway companies
to more western portions of the state ,
but' the railway advantages recently
attained by this section , will bring it
directly before the eye of the travel
er , and give it almost equal publicity
we hope. The surpenor baauty of
landscape , fertility cf soil , and acces
sibility to staple trade centres , will
furnish greater attractions , and it will
; ocoh e more favorable notice than is
Lally given to the western prairies.
, dy the attention of capitalists
jboeii directed to the reservation
.s teen to be open to settlement.
Some Wisconsin capitalists have
boon prospucling over this aud adja
cent country , and have decided to es
tablish themselves in Wavnc county
and open large eheep ranches. One
barrier against stock business in some
counties is extremely high taxation.
Itbcara more heavily on investment
in stock than on investments in re.il
estate , because the stock are assessed
I nearly or utte full value , while real
ate is assessed | .U from cno-half to
> thirds the full value. Woyne
aty has but § 17000 indooteduiB
id r posscssess excellent natural ad
vantages for eheep raising. The water
Is pure and clear , and it ha ) inure
springs than any equal area elsewhere
in tlu west. Tne various branches of
, the beautiful Logan river have
their sources within the county ,
and those streams do not flow at the
bottom of deep gullies , but course
th'ough shallow beds at or near the
BU face.
A. E. Wells , of Oakland , who Las
travelled over the whole of Nebraska
and hss property in most cf the river
counties , pronounces Wayne the finest
region for sheep growers ho has seen.
3Vir.W. says there will be 15,000 sheep
id the county before another fall. It
-iaVcvidemly a most inviting section
for settlement. JAY.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
Katharine Rogers will teach elocu
ion in Now York.
, Mr. Sothern continues to be miserably -
< erably ill , despondent quite unlike
h.s old self.
Hjbinstein's Tower of Bable is like
ly to ba produced in New York this
season by Dr. Damrosch.
Wagner's The Ring of the Niba-
rn"S is to bo given at tha Victoria
'theater , Berlin , in May next.
"Hazel Kirko" will shortly begin
the twelfth mouth of its life on the
stage of the Madison Square theater.
"Tho Coraicin Brothers" at the
Lyceum , and "Tho World" at Drury
Line , London , arc drawing ouormous-
ly well.
Hartley Cambell's now pUyMy
Garaldiao. " will soon bs presented at
the New Yjrk Standard theatre , with
astrjng cast.
Christiao Nilsson looki ten years
older than she is , and Ins changed
wonderful' ' since her last visit to
The total receipta of the first mno
performances of Mdlle. Bernhardt , in
Boston , it is said , amounted to
34,435 50.
Tnotnas W. Kecne placed tn largo
bti'LiLSi during his tour of the south.
His receipts for ouo nLjht iu ( Jolum-
L bi , S. 0 , were $739.
John McCullough ended his fine en
gagement at ' Baltimore , Saturday
night , a.id this week acted in Brook
lyn , at Haverly's theatre.
A negro festival , with 300 parform-
ers , is to bo one of the Christmas at
tractions at Philadelphia. Haverly
a mixed up in it.
Catherine Lewis baa joined the
Comley-Barton "Liwn Tennis" com
pany. The frieky Oites resumes her
position as the star of the "Favorites. "
San Francisco ia expecting a real
novelty at Christmas , in a translation
of a Japaceae play called Chinsingure ,
or the Loyal League.
The Florences have finished their
engagement in L'-ndon , and have gone
to It > ly for the winter. They will re
turn to England in March and bring
out a new four-act play. '
Adelina Patti reappeared in opera
at Madrid on Saturday night , after an
interval of seventeen yein. Every
part of the theatre waa densely
packed.
Miss Emma Sothern and Dion
Boucicault , Jr. , have made a success
ful debut together in London. The
latter particularly is said to posses re
markable talent.
Mr. Booth's Richelieu proved so
popular thtt the production of the
Fool's Revenge is postp med to boxing
night , December 20. The theater is
full every merit.
Facts that We Know.
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cough , cold , asthma bronchitis , con
sumption , loss of voice , tickling in
the throat , or any affection ot the
throat or lunss , wo know that Dit.
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immediate relief. We know of hun
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and that where all other medicines
had failed. No other remedy can
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or any Throat or Lung Disease , if you
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can get a trial bottle free of cost , era
a regulasiza bottle for 81-00
jaulCly(2)
The I'.KST CNA&vii tu thu world for
Cuta , ! Ir..iiM s , Si res , Ulcttra , Salt
llhtii.it : , J-eivr hores , Tetter , Chapp
ed KrtUfJs , Chiinl-iina , Corns , and all
kind * of Skin J rnptior.s. Thia rfalve
Is aitnrantual to jjlxu prrfuct aatlafac-
tlod iu every saa > < < > r nsoiicy re iundcd.
Price 2t < : uiits per box For anle by
8 < ttvI K. ISU' Orrmii. !
Tarran''s S4tser Aperient ,
A cure for Ii'dl cst on frightful ,
A bubbling hcvcran "c'iphtful ;
A rcmedj for every aimint !
O'er which tlio IJillous tvuko 1iewallment. |
A laxative , though miM. effective ,
A toulc , nervine ind corrective ;
An anodjno ami imporiSs ,
A womUrfiil SALISBrrc.r.o
E" bo < ijiiiice ery rare ingredient
That ra itlier Naiure neeroed expedient ,
With kiiKilj liberal hand t. flmi ;
Intotlicfimntn-clner prinir.
MAKE NO MISTAKE !
MICA AXLE GREASE
Coinpo fdlarg < h ol powdered nic.iandlinzlasi
15 the heat and cheap -at ivbrirator in the orlil
It is t'i bcstliecausoi t dow notifum , but fonna
a iiu'lilj ] > oliihd surfa c o\cr the a\l , doiiii
r.Wiwn.li a lariru amount ot friction , 't i the
chcai cst VccAUveou nccii uim l > u' bill 'lie
qii.iiutU in gra liig jourwason tbalyou woull
of au > other ax'c ' gresi'-c tninc , anil then run
jour aicon twice aslong. U answers cq tallv
as well for Jliil Oearini , ThrcnuinK Machines ,
liuccics. c , as for -va ons-Scnd for Pochel
Cjdopcduo'Thinss Wonh Kiiun ng. Mailed
free to anv d r B
"MICA HAKUFACTU lUC 60. ,
31 MICHIGAN AVBNUB.
CHICAGO.
Your Dealer For It
od.20 tt
BELVIDEEE
Star Wind Mi .
MANUFACTURED BT
THOS. E. WILLIAMS ,
RED OUC IOWA-
Oorrrspmidcrccsolicited rom those tieoJm a
icltible Wind Hill -end forcircu'ar ' and jiricea
and all ) information i'i repaid to the Mill will b
cheerfully turuishea.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED.
REASONS WHY YOU SIIOULD BUY THE
BELVIDERE
STAR WIND MILL.
BECAU E
1st. H is more safe in a pile ot wiiul , and In
he most suJdtn chances of the wind from any
direction , becau e the wheel ivinjr flat on the
tower is at nyi reid * with its CJRC to the wind ,
and alloe tl.c lane to snim ; clear around , with
out turning or KtrlUne the heel.
2nd. ItHAri.-i.l wheel hav.iip no moveable
joints to wejr out , ru-t or creak in the w.nJ.
3rd. lee nor fleet has no effect on it.
th. It ItMiS less power from friction than
other Hill ? .
5tli. Itwill run witb lies wlnl than other
Mills
< Hh. It i3 e.cily rejulatcd so it will perform
any amount of work required less tnan ita capac
ity.
ity.7th. . It has no pullies , gpiingsnorsJduiphcads
to recre up In w nter.
Eth. It will iutt i > ump wlun ou * of tear.
9lh It is well mid heiviiv jiiinteJ with thr
ccats f the lic t aiut tlit jrnrl e. can afford.
10th. It is a pc'fetf-eH.recolalor.and willUkc
care of itU in lieavchanoblc wind sto TUS.
llth Its ymetrical form i * aieifect oriuuicnt
J2th. Ke cr Iwc bci-ril cif anj blown do n aa
jet 1 en proj-etly ( t ui , with ate-julatinivanc ,
nt.r ever d mi 'cti i > the lu&st btne wind.
13tb. They are of good material and
made.
llth. All ( hi ! 8 tuined , boxes babitcd and all
neccssirj- parts dou' linuttod. .
l&th. It is more Simple , more compact in con
struction and tw > ' - thflr Mi'.M
THE DAILY REE
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tfewsof the D r.
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the Education tl and Commercial center of the
\Vost. is pre-eminently the beat and most practi
cal of its kind for the
MERCANTILE TRAINING
OF
Young Men and Ladies.
0. W. FOSTER , President ,
D. W. OADY , Secretar ? .
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natitutlon of the kind In the world. Thousands
o ) accountants and Business men , la the prin
cipal cities and towns ot the United States , owe
their success to our course of training.
The Rieht ; Kind of Education for
Young Men and Ladies.
Fine , new brick block , at junction of three
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apartments for the application of and carrjins ;
out of our novel and svHtcmatic methods of
BUSINESS TRAINING ,
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and parents havin ? sons to educate , are particularly -
larly requested to send for our now Circular ,
which will ; ive full information as to terms ,
ondition of entrance , etc. Address
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rt-tm Danvor Colorado
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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OMAHA , NEB.
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DAY NEY PAD GO. , PROFRS ,
Toledo , O.
/ara your nddrcu for our little book ,
How s was Saved. "
MRS K mil , . nt fnr N hr t
UANTA ULA.U6 FOUND ,
arenteat Ulecovory of the Ago.
WoiiucrfuldHcoverle3lnthc'Aorll.havdbecninace !
Amonir other things wliuro Santa Canfltajed !
Chtlilren oft. ai > k II lie makco ; ; oo Is or not ,
If really he Sves In a mountain of BUOW.
Last year au excursion tailed clear to the Pole
And suddenly dropped \vhatpotmodllkouholo
Where wonder of wonilcra thej found a new laud ,
slrj'-likj beinirs appcaral on each hand.
Thcro ucrc mnrntains like onra , with more
beautiful preen ,
And fir brighter "Kha than ever wcin seen ,
Birds with the hues ol a ralnbon wre found ,
While flowers of exquisite fragrance were LTOW
ins ; around.
Not loan were the ; Ictt to wonder In dcnbi
A bcliic eoon c&3 > the/ hid hoard much about ,
Twa Santa Chua' self and this they all eiy ,
le Noked like the picture eaee every day.
lie drove up a team that looked very queer ,
Twas a team f erasjhoppors Instead of reindeer ,
Tie roda in a shell instead of a alelch ,
But he took them on bo rd and drove them
away.
He showed them all uver hb wonderful realm ,
And factories unking nooiii fnr women and men
Furriers were workinc : on hits crtat and fnall ,
To Bum.e'3 thcv said the } were etnding- them all.
Kris Kinclc , tha Olove SIaertold ) them at once ,
All our Gloves we are scndlne to liunce ,
S&nta showed them nuepcndcre and manv things
ciprfi.
Sayinc I alfe took these to friend Uunce'B etore.
Santa Ci ns then vhl p rc > l R focroi bed lei ) ,
Aa In Of aba every one knew Bunw wall ,
Ho therefore should ecn-J hia eoods to hb cire ,
Knowine hia frio. ds will pot ttislr full share.
Now retnimber j e dwellers In Omaha town ,
All who want presnit * to r.nnce'8 go round ,
For ebirte , colLirs , or U'OVPS ' ereai and ia U ,
Send your eUter cr aunt ono nnd all.
Banes , ChamploD Batter of the Wct ,
CHARLES RIEWE ,
Metallc Cases , Coffins , Caekets , Shrouds , et : .
Farn m Stree . Oth and llth , Omiha , Neb.
Telegraphic ordera promptly attended to.
VIA THE
Chicago &
2,380 MILES OF ROAD !
It la the SHORT , SURE and Safe Route Between
COUNCIL BLUFFS
AHD
CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE
and all pclnU EAST and NORTH.
IT OFFERS THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
GREATER FACILITIES AND MORE
ADVANTAGES THAN ANY
OTHER ROAD IN
THE WEST.
Xtli thD ONLY ROAD tetwen
COUNCIL BLUFFS and CHICAGO
Upon which la rcn
PULLMAN HOTEL GA.KS !
In addition to theeeand to please all classes of
travelers , it civoa FIRST-CLASS MEALS at its
EATEIO STATIONS at BO couts each. .
ITS TRACK IS STEEL RAILS I
ITS COACHES ARE THE FINEST ]
ITS EQUIPsriEHT FIRST CLASS
If you wish the Best Travellne Accommoda
ions JOU will buy yonr ticket by this Route
0-AND WILL TAKE NONE OTHER.
AH Ticket Agents can sell vou Through Tickets
Via this road and Check usual Bag.
ca . Free of Charge
OMAHA TICKET OFFICES 12J4 Farnham SU ,
Cor. llth , and at Union Pacific Depot.
DENVER OFFICE In Colonclo Central and
Union Pacilc Ticket Office.
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 2 Naw Montgom
ery Street.
For information , folders , maps , etc. , not ob
tainable at Homo Ticket Office , address any
agent of the Company , or
MARVIN HUCKITT , W. . S7EHM1TT ,
Gen'l Minvr OenT Pass. Aiest ,
CHICAGO , ILL.
JAMES T. CLARK ,
Oen'l Act Omaha k Council Binds.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
Without Change of Cars I
TBCIE
CHICAGO
gURLINGTON a QUINGY
With Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant Pas
senger Coaches , and
PULLMAN SLEEPIHCS DIHIHQ CARS
It Is acknowledged by tit , Frsss , aai ilwh ;
trat el nver it , w > be tha Best AppoInUJ inU
Beat Managed Road in tnc Country.
PASSBNGBRS GOING BAST
Should ccar la mind that this ia the
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points East , North and Northwest. .
Passengers by this Route have choice of
FOUE DIPFEEENT EOUTES ,
And tlio Advantage of Six Daily LInca ol Palace
Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
New York City Without Change.
AH Express Trains on this Itnearo equipped with
the IVestinghouse Patent Air Brakes and
Miller's Patent Sifety Platform and
Couplers , the most Perfect Pro
tection Against Acci
dents in the world.
PULLMAH PALACE SLEEPING AND DFNIKG CARS
Are run on th Burlington Route.
Information conccrnln ? Routes , Rates , lime
CcnnecSlons , etc. , will he cheerfully given by
applying at the office of the Burlington Route ,
613 Fourteentn Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
C. E. PERKINS , D. W. HITCHCOCK.
flen'I Manaicr. Gen. West'n Pass. Ag"t.
J. 0. PHILL1PPI , St. Joe. Mo.
General Agent , Omaha.
H. P. DUEL ,
fopS-dl llckot Agent , Omaha.
188O.
K.G.ST.JOE&e.B.RB. ,
Is the only Direct Line to
ST. LOUIS A3 ? ! > THE EAST
From OMAHA and the WEST.
No change of cara between Omaha and St. Louis
and but ona between Omaha and Now York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Western Cities
With ICES cbar ua and in advance cf other lines.
This entire line ! G equipped with Pullmau'd
Palace Sleeping Care , Palace Day Coach-
M.Mlllor's Safety Platform and
Coupler and the celebrated
W cstlnjjhouso Air-Brake.
THAT YOUR TICKET
Via KauSTfl City , St. Joasph
arCouncHBlutt3K.Il. ,
2TJoe an
for3rJe.it all coupon stations In tee
West.
J. F. BARKAUD , A. C. PAWE3 ,
Ocn'l Supt. , Geu'i Pa33. & Ticket Ag't
St. JoeoDh.lfo Bt. Joseph , Mo ,
W C. SEACnmST. Ticket Agon. ,
irsOFarahat * Street ,
ANDY EOKDE.V , A. E. BARNARD ,
Paso. Ascnt , Omaha. Ocn'rl Aecnt , Omihv
SIOUX CITY tfc PACIFIC
AND
St. Paul & Sioux City
RAILROADS.
The Old Reliable Sioux City lloutc !
100 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE 1
From COUNCIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH , or BISMARCK ,
And all polntaln Northern low a , Minnesota and
Dakota. This line la equipped with the Im
proved Westimrhonse Automatic Air Brake ! ) and
Miller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
la unsurpassed. Elegant Drawin ; Boom nd
Sleeping Carg.ownod and controlled 'jy the com
pany , run Through Without Change between
Union Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs ,
and St. Paul. Trains leave the Union PaciSc
Transfer Depot at Council Bluffs , at 6:15 p m. ,
reaching Sioux City at 10:20 p. m. , and St. Paul
at 11 : 5 am , making
a-TEK HOURS IN ADVANCE o ?
ANY OTHER ROUM.
Returning , leave St. Faul at 320 p. m. , ar-
rivi.i2 at Sioux City at 4:15 a. m. , and Union
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs , at 9:50
a.m. Be sure that your tickets read via "S. C.
fc P. R. H. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent , Missouri Valley , Iowa
P. E. ROUINSON , Asa't Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. H. O'BRYAN ,
and Paseenptcr Ascent ,
CotindllilaOp
I ll. A. S.
CONSULTING PHYSlCIANg
UAS PERMANKSTLY LOCATED HI3 MED
ICAL OFFICE ,
4S Tenth Street , - OMAHA , NEBRASKA
Offerlcj Us services in all departments r
medicine < ini < surgery , both in cencial an
pccial practi-e acute and chronic diseases Ca
be coniuitei ] nlht snd day , and will vtalta
pan of the city nd ronntv on rcolnl of Iat < .
a week m your own town. Terms and
ontfl' fre . Addrctg H. Hallett , & Co. ,
Portland , Me.
For COUGHS , COLDS , BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA , CONSUMP
TION , and all Diseases of the THROAT and LUNGS.
The moU acceptable prepiration in the known world By adding to TOLU FOCK ant ! r < YE ittle
Lemonjutre , you [ have an exellent Appetizer sn.l Tonic , fnr.cn- and lanilj u-e. The-
immen'e and i' crra m ? halts aud the numerous ttsumoniaU rectived dailj ar the be-t evidences
of its < irtuc4 and
Put up in Quart Size Bottles , giving More for the money than
any article in the market.
P A "ITIfJM - DON > r BE DECEIVED by unprincipled d'slera who Ty to palm 08 upon voc
Ori.l I lull. common Eock and Kjeinp'acecf our TOLU ROCK anil KYK , which l thf
only MEDICATED article made , tba GENUINE navlns a GOVE NMKNT STAMP on e ch bottle.
Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue :
TREASURY DEPARTMENT , OFFICf OK INTKl'.XAL KKVENU )
WAJIHLSOIOS , U. C. , J nuarj 26 , IbjO. f
Messrs. LAWRENCE & MARTIN , 1111 MaJIson St. , Chlca < o. Ills. .
GsjrrauiEs : Thia compound , in the opinion of this oiEce , would hiueu nutt ilcnt < iuantltv >
the BALSAM OF TOLU to ( live it all the advantases ascnhetl to this article in pectoral coibplalntg
while the whisky and the sjrup constitute an emulsion rendering it an ajretable rcmeil } to tht
patient. Compounded acconline to th > formula , it may propcrlv bodas/eUasa M1.D1CINAL
PREPARATION u-ider the provHong of U. \lcdSfcitrte . aud when eoftamprtl , naj te
sold by Drujcists , Apothecaries and Other Persons without rendering them liable to pay epecial
tax as liquor dealers
Yours Respectfully , ( Signed ) GKEEN. B. RATJM , Commissioner
LAWRENCE & MARTIN. Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DRUGaiSTS , GKOCEKS and DEALERS everywhere
WHO IS WITH THE GEOGRAPHY <
UNACQUAINTED O CHIS " " " " " .
VSEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP , TrfAT TH-
zi&2
CHICAGO , ROCK IS LAND & PACIFIC R.
Ih THE GRKAT COXJfiSCTIJifi I.LM L BETWEEN TILE EAST & TIIE
Its n-nln line runs free : ttitamo Conn 11 _ _ llngrr. r , _
Blnffj. pa sn throuch Jol'et , OUCK , l > a 8-il jrreaYSUsrecf cur ralace Cara la'a SM'tj _
Oeneseoilollnc , Hoc * Island , Davenport , l. < tiALUUN here you can enjoy TOOT " H
liberty , Iowa Oty Maren o , Brooklyn , aiinncll , at all hours of the day.
1 > 03 Jloiae-i ( the capital of Iowa ) , Stuart. Atlan Masnittcent Iron Bridges gpiut tee > ! ' . * - ; - < i ,
tic , and Avoca ; with branches from Bare u andMtnourlrlTcmat all points crusiwO ' A
Junction to I'i.-orla : Wilton Janctior to Masca- line , and transfer ! ) are avoided at CouccL s-trjt ,
tlc.0. Washington. Falrfleld , Kiaca , Uelkn&p Kansas City. Ixjuvenwortn. and Atcu'x > - - '
Cenysv'.lle , 1'nnceton , 'fronton , Oallattn. Uace- cectinns bemcaade in Union iH'pnts.
wa. Ixjavenworth , Atchlscn , acJ Son-ws City ; THE PllINCll'Al. K. it CONNKCIl JIK .
Washington to S uroursey , Osicloof o. a = S i T1II3 UllEAT TilltOUUU LINK AXt
Tllle : Keokuk to Faraineton , Honapartc , fOLLOWS.
tnnaoort , Independent , tldon , ttUEjw * ; ' At rnicAGo.Tttn au drren , " " Hcct J < -
Tilip.CJskhloosa , rel.nMonroe , Bad ? C4 t and outa.
Nflwtontojlnnroe ; IfcsJInine * " At 2fNjJ.Ewtrti > , wttii LloZ tf. XMSoiw
Wlnterjet : Atldctlj to l < e's as tt. W./kf It-ltd ? .
A-ocn to liarlac. Tills la positively the o y ' "aBT * ' * ttl1 * " i * * "
Railroad , whlca o n3 , ana operates Uuoagh u ii. f'IINaTOtr
line from Chicago Into the Btato oJ Kansas. At l a CALL ? nt.a in. Cetiw K. it.
Tiurouch Express Vt ? euRsr 'ITnlas. with l ta- MfrOKIA.wltll F. r. * J.j V. 1)&K. .
ESD "alacet artattachet : urdniGpach wayS.it ! > //.I IU. Mid. : acd J. i' . i W. ltd * .
Letwcon CHICAUO and Psoau. KAKtf S f T , At mx.K ISL yn ! . "Milwaukee t !
COCSCIL Br.rFFS. li : AVEMWOhTB CCd ATCm * i Iuul yjonl-lae. " - > nd Uock l rdt re- :
ao.S. ThronKb ca.-i uro also run tctrfecn MiiTtl- MJUAVS nn. with tie Uavenport
KBO fyid Knn as I'ltr. vie tie "ilU'Tanteo asd
Arw jTL.IBEaTT-'ltStlieB.C.K. *
The " Great \.ocit Islanfi ts jsadaoetUj Ai 'JHIXJIEU , Tith entm ! Iowa K. IL
equipped. Its rood bed Jlmclr " "H jet. and 111 AtIM MoilfiJwltil > M.A t 1J It. A
tr.ici la laid with stool rails. At COD7JCIL. BLLTf'S. with Lnlcn I'ltcilt
Wbatwlllplcaso vjairoBt TrtutetaoFientiM At OMASA. Tltn U. A Mo. It. 1C. u. : .i . -
of enloyina your EealH , walle passlnif over the Atuor.D > intaJaNCTio.vlrtiiu..i1 i v > . w ,
beautiful prsirc3 ot lllinolj and Iowa , in one nt At OTTCJIWA , witn ' 'entrai low ? Li V- f
cnrtamraltlccnt Dining Cars that accompany tl ! KJi
TIirouKli Kxpress ' 1'mln ? . Yon get an entire At itZOKBK. Wltn 1-01. i"BO. A Wni.t / ? .
meal. 33 ecxxi as is scrred la nny flm-cUss hotel , lx > 3rePac. . n.tJt-li Kco-AW.-W.l. .
forBevcnty-uvc cenw. At CAJIEKD.V , irtth 11. bu 1. H. K.
/ ppreciatlnir thu fact .h t n majority cr tiB AtATCUlso.s , witt Atct-'lcpcka SAW
people prefer separate npartt.pnu ( or different Atch. & Neb. acd CSn. lr.U. P. IL Hds.
purpojes ( acd tbn immense i > . .ienier bnsineaa At LEAVSHWOKin. ' -
jf this line warranties it ) , we uiv pleased to an
nounce that this Company runs I'ullman 1'tibxt .iritb ta u ea for tn
SUrpmg t'.irs foraleepinx purpoacB , and Ptiate and BOuthwe t.
I'lII.I.VIAX I'A'.ACE C'AISS a * ran thr mrt to fetHtlA. I R % rn i.
cuvxfm < iti.tJrFS. KA.VMAS CITY , TCHIHO.N nna I.KAVK.NVOKTII. .
Tickets viu this Line , l.nunn n the "Orcut Jt ; t lilunil Ituute , " re iu *
r.ll Ticket l cnn In the I'nlted Slatc l.nd Canada.
For Ian. inullon not ol > tilaulic ut sour homo ticket oBVce , 4
E. .
Uss'l Ti : . AM ir
II M C *
M 3
CAl'.lLlfo
And Everything peiiainicg to the Furnnur ,
upholstery Trads.
A COMPLETE ASSGITOEHT OF NEW GOODS
p S4 raon th lit 1208 and 1-210 Parnfmm strce ; .
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN :
FRENCH 'KIDNEY PAD I
A Positive and Permanent Curs
Guaranteed.
In all caaei ol Orave * , Diabetes , Dropsy. B-f < hfi Ulwafe
Kllne > 9 , Incontinence and Retention of Urine , Infiamatlon
the Kidneys , Catarrh of the IMadtler , Hl.k Colored Urine , rait
In the liock , s'de or Lions , Nervous Wcakne-w , < ind In fact a
disorders of the Bladder and Uriinry Onruif , whether contract *
cd bj private diseases or othcawiae Tha reat remoly Iras l en
used with uucci8.s for nearly ten yeara In Krance , witn the nxHt
wonderful curative cffecU. It ctiret l > v atttarptian. n pao * ouj
internal medicines Lcin ? reqnlred. We have hundreds of tenl-
monlals of cures by tliU P d when all else h-id f u'wl-
LADIES , if you are suffering fnm female Weafcne < , Leue r.
rhceo , or disecs a i culiar to males , or in fact any di a e , an *
your dm.iflst for Prof. Ouilmette's Fre.ich Kidney P drjl ,
take no other. It ho has not zot It. send 22.'fl and you wt
receive the Pad by retcm mall. Address 0. S. rjiancli ,
FRENCH PAD CO , ,
Toledo , Ohio.
PROF. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD
Will poiitivcly rare Fever and f sue , Dumb Azue , Azue Cake , Billions Fever Jaundicer , wy P
ane all diseases of the Liver , Swimach and Blood The pad cures by absorption , and N permanent
Ask sour drncBist for this pad and take no other If he d snotkc plt.mndI,0 : fcftne rKt.u
PAD CO. , ( U. H. Branch ) , Toledo , Ohio , and receive It by return mail Ornoha Neb