Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1882)
THE OMAHA DALuY BEE : FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10 1882.
A RAID ON KANSAS.
"A Perfectly Plain Road" Frou
Culbartson , Neb. , to Atwood -
wood , Kansas.
A Lovely lUdo for n iovlnc
"Sorlbblor" Pat His
Footo in It.
Corrc pomlcnco ol Tim Urn.
CiTi.iiKUT.soN , Nob. , February-I.
A little knowledge is a dangerous
thing , " said Solomon , but that doei
rot apply to a little experience in the
ways of the west. Read the pleasant
experience of a young lady going in
the saino direction as the writer , who ,
of course , offered her a ride.
Wo left Culbortson at about 10tC : !
n. in. , with the direction to "drive
dotvn about miloand cross the track
and river and then back on the othoi
! side , and take thnt road there ( point
ing with his liiiRer ) that loads right
over that blGrr. " '
The road down the bottom pre
sented no crossing to our view for at
least six miles , but at last wo found
a crossing place , and after a good deal
of diniculty with the team , got safely
ever , but hero arose another difliculty.
There was no road on the other nido ,
bat the prairie was smooth and we
drove alonp ; at a good ralo.
After an interminably long drive we
came back opposite Oulbortson , and
hero arose another difliculty. We
could not find the road loading ovei
the blutt , but we found an old Gor
man , who was herding cattle and hogs ,
and inquired :
"Whore is tbo road that leads
southward toward Atwood ? "
"Vat you Bays ? "
The question was repeated :
"Ya , ya ! Ich sagon ! You dhravel
rigcht oop obor dom hugks und findts
a roat vat I goes mil tny vainily und
gows ; goon sthraight on und you soon
gomes to dho sthraight roat , und you
gant moes it.1
Wo found it much as ho said , only
the innumerable trails made itdiflicult
to keep the right ono. Wo kept tbo
road ever the prairie a little past of
south until wo struck Driftwood
crook , and seeing a nod house with a
stovepipe running through the roof ,
wo stopped to s o if wo could got
dinner and directions.
Are the readers of THE DAILV Bui !
posted in regard to the beauties , con
veniences , and general advantages of
a sod house , half dug-out , and do
those ii'sthotic beings , whose whole
existence is made up of the too
utterly utter element , and who loll
'ovor their , morning coffbo or chocolate ,
and pretend to , read the morning pa
per , know anything about the exist
ence of their brothers and sisters of
the plains ?
Tno mud mansion at which we
stopped happened to bo the country
( aud city ) residence of SJ.r. Robert
Brown , Esq. , formerly from Wiscon
sin. Hero ho lived with his wife ,
daughters , son-in-law und his twu
The house consisted of a hole in the
ground about four feet deep , then
wall of sod about two and a half feet
high , iwo logs were placed , lengthwise
of the structure , ( ? ) ubout cqui dis
tant from each other , and from the
side walls , brushlaid , .crosswise , sup
ported the sods that farmed the roof.
A few windows through the sod walls
gave light enough for all practical pur
poses. Inside , the walls were plas
tered , the ceiling was covered with
muslin , tacked to the aforesaid lo-s ,
various receptacles wore formed by
cutting square cavities into the soil
which formed the walla. The floor
was of the sanio material .as the rest
of the edifice except tbo ( brush , logs
and plaster. The stove , which wae
used both for cooking Mid boating
purposes , occupied ono corner of the
room ; beds were in two otltors cornorc
and thu other corner , near which was
a window , was used as ncouaorvatory ,
with many rare and beautiful plants ,
such an geraniums , waxplcnts , tea
roses and the like '
Our dinner consisted of ton , bread ,
and fat pork , but wo wore hungry anc
could have eaten a .young itmile if hi
had boon tender , so wo made , n fail
meal off the delicacies at hand , thoi
asked the directions and started.
Wo were looking fcr Jerome , Jlaw
lins county , Kansas. We had nov
travelled ono thousand seven hundrei
and ninety-eight miloo since we - started
ed and I thought wo oit > ht to bo .near
ly there ; our final destination w.aa ti
be Atwood , Kansas.
Jerome was a place Mr. Brown Jim
never heard of , but wo 'had ' boon < tal <
that it was this wide of Atwood , oo j
wo wont toward the laulor placa r.i
would probably find the former.
"Atwood , " said Mr. Brown , "is < xl
thar. " pointing a little to i'ho west oi
outh. "You go right down hero aiw
cross the Driftwood , before you loavi
any place , and than follow thu row
rigcht down until you strike itho roai
going ever the lull yonder , jxndthei
take that. It ia a perfectly pCain rout
and you can't miss it"
Wo crossed the Driftwood , .and awe
wo came out from thu atroam wro sat
i . road . loading . . back up . stroaiK , * bu
.11 i " t "
our directions wore "down , o wi
wont that way , After BOV'UII him
drod and nineteen miles in that diroc
tie had been covered , we made u
our minds that wo were going th
wrong way , so wo turned uround nn
started on the back track , A ( to
awhile wo came across an untiquuU :
spociiten of the genus homo on th
top of j\ load of wood , which stnc !
every way , being branches of th
crooked , sprawling trees , which gnu
along the streams in thin vicitiitj
The man was a counterpart of hi
load , boiiiK Junk and gawkey , an
with hair tliat had -not been cut u
combed in years.
"ifou're on the wrong road entire
ly , Jerome must bo up on Drif twooi
Bomowhar , don't know just whs
though ; if iU 'tweonhnro and Atwood
though , you'll strike it. You dnv
right across the prairie andyou'l
etriko Ledge Creek road right bolo\ \
that ledge of rock , " pointing one o
the solitary ledges or heads that ar
omotiraus seen hero , standing out ii
bold relief on the top of thu ifighri
joint of bluff in eight. "It is a per
fcctly plait ! rend clear through to
Atvfood , goes ri ht up Ledge Greek ,
then over tbo divide to Driftwood
to where you arlor gone at
first , but you'll niako it all
right. It's a perfectly plain road and
you can't ' miss it. " After driving nil
almost unlimited distance , and wind-
in L' nil over the surface of the country
always Inking the road which seemed
the most traveled wo came at last tea
a dug-out under a hill whore the road
seemed to come to an end. Hero a girl
of no particulara o or sbapo , inform
ed in that wo were on the wrong road ,
"that wo must go back ever the hill
and cross Driftwoud , and go right up
the bottom " It H a perfectly plain
road and you can't rnisi it" Wo
wont.Wo crossed a stream wo supposed
vas Driftwood and then drifted up
he valley a good many miles , until
, hero Viis no valley , and wo found
raolTos on top of the "divido" look-
ng two ways for a road , ours having
come to an end.
It is snid that fortune favors the
iravo , nnd that Providence never do-
eerts his votaries , Without drawftig
any inference , however , just afl wo
didn't ' kno.w what to do , a coiiplo of
tuntors , clad in buckskin , appeared
ipon the ncono.
"Wall , " said one , in a tone that
iro'claimedhis Vankeoorigin , "There's
ow roads. Ono you'll git by yoiii1
right down across that crick and up
in the divide beyond. The other in
right down in this holler ; drive right
down hero and turn to your right aud
wu'll bo jist where you want'to go.
't'H a perfectly straight , plain road
and you cain't miss it.
The "perfectly straight , plain road"
od us up through the roughest canyon
[ over saw. Sometimes with the
Miggy almost on the horses backs ,
.hen again pulling out of the crook to
, ho top of the blulF , and then down
nto the bottom again. Presently
ho road came to an end in front
) f a sod house , from which a genial
iut picturesque looking man emerged.
IIo was one of the tallest men I
ever saw , about six foot six , I nhould
.hink . , and ho had lived on the plains
or about twonty-livo years ; was tbo
lint settler in this section of country.
"They've been Bondin' yotho wrong
way , the hull on 'em , " ho said , as
wo told him how wo had boon
liroctcd. "Jist take this trail , loadin'
ip this side o' that draw till you git
o tbo main traveled road goin' south
hat's aboute a mild from here , then
oiler that road till you coma to tbo
lead Of this canyon and bond around
t to thu right , and you'll come out
all rittlit. One's on Ucavor crock ,
, hon keep right up the bottom.
't is a porfpctly plain road and you
can't miss it. "
lie was right , and just after aun-
lown wo found ourselves on the
Joavor Creek bottom seventeen miles
on an airline , from Atwood , having
topped once in the time toatiBuro out-
elves that wo wore on the right road ,
lore wo were nome place , anyway , for
uiro wo found Hcrndon postoflice.
It was now that wo began apain , h >
eel our appetites pleading with OB for
ood. Wo made inquiries and wore
directed to the residence of Mr. Allen
ibout three miles up the bottom ; ho ,
when wo arrived there , directed us to
'uiil Jacobs , about a mile further on.
Mr. Jacobs is a Gorman , speaking
but little English , and bis wife
speaks none ; but wo managed
.o niako our wants known ,
and'his umiablo frau wont to work
ind'got ' UH up a good supper , while ho
ed our team.
After supper wo started again with
\lr. \ Jacobs on horseback ahead to
; et us started right , as he said. Mo
liloted'us to the road and gave us di-
cctioim to Atwood.
"You goes straight oop dor greek ,
ind geops on dor greek ash dor root
u'side ; uobon miles und you gomes
afer ash Ludoll , und sobtm miles morn
ash Ludoll you finds Atwood. Der
root ish sthraight and bluin , und you
licbt canno moos it. "
Two miloa further and we came tea
a fork in the road. Of course wo took
the wrong ono , followed it u mile
or Iwo , found that it wont
elF on the bluff somewhere ,
BO wo struck out across the prairie for
lie other road , which wo know must
> o between the blulfs somewhoro.
Wo next found ourselves in a corn-
iold , and what Boomed a special in-
.orposition of Providence. NYc ran
icrosa the mud residence of a Bo-
lomiaii , who led UH to the load nnd
sent UG on our way rejoicing.
We reached Ludoll at i ) o'clock , and
were directed to Atwood. Thu direc
tions were given by a gentleman of
mine who hud BOIIHO enough to give
explicit directions , but he stated as
wo were sturting out , "it is a perfectly
plain road , and you c.m't miss it. "
An hour later and iho spires of
Atwood were HighUid glorious spec
tacle. Wo have never experienced n
more positive ooiuo of delight than
when wo realiKod that we
were entering the city which
had nil day boon our aim. It seemed
us if all the mercies' of heaven had
been showered upon us at once ; we
were unqualifiedly happy.
It was demonstrated later that we
had loft Jerome to our right sovora !
anilus that those " '
, "perfectly plain'
roads had been the wrong onus near ) }
.Atwood , the county eoat of ! Uw <
line county , Kaunas , is very brigbl
iow.u.ot about ono hundred inhabi
Unto. The county was organized laal
Juno , .ind has made rapid progress ii
settlement and school organ irutiui
uud junlunal prosperity.
Tiio mitorosts of Itawlina county ,
Kna.j aud Hitchcock county , Neb.
are identic * ! . Their railroad poiir
( Oulbortaiui ) in the same , their soil ii
the name. , and the .people win
have partwlly settled them an
of the sauio class. Thoue wlu
farm well , have had good crops , noun
persons linviug raised twenty-eight
bushels of wheat , nnd lifty bushels o
corn , per iwro. i
CulberUon , tbo seat of Jlitohcocl
county. Nob. , in t thn end of the or
ganfeou divieion < A the railroad. Con
Btruelion trains run from hero some
times out to "tho front" to supply tin
work which is being rapidly pushei
Tliih city hag two hotels , four stores
a pontotllco , iwo feed stables and om
livery etablo , where they charge tin
most exorbitant prices of any place ii
America that I have known und
would advise anyone who hot to taki
a trip acrosg the country , to stop a
some other place und got a team , a
this man watiU you to buy his rif ftix
then give it back to him.
/The location jnf tho'town ' Is a good
ono , nnd as sooii as this sprint ; opens,1
building will bo pushed ahena as fast
as possible. Several now men are
already hero looking for sites for places
of business , nnd some have purchased
Of Atwood , KB. , 1 neglected to
Btato that it is situated on the line of
the projected Central Branch of the
I * . 1' . nt its junction with Beaver
crook. When that rend is built , hero
will almost necessarily bo a division
point , on account of its geographical
She Passed It Along.
" 1 send yon my testimonial in ref
erence to SI-KINO BLOSSOM , having
taken it for dyspepsia , and receiving
nlnioatImmediate relief. I passed it
.o my neighbor , who is using it with
MUH. J. W. LKKKI.T ,
"Klmira , N. Y. "
Price HO cents , trial bottles 10 cents.
AN ARKANSAS ROMANCE.
A Widow LoBtf Ono MtnutB and u
Some time ago Miss Wampton , and
n beautiful young farmer named
tockton were married. The young
ady would not have been termed n
'happy bride. " Shu had never loved
lock ton , and only iimrijcd to please
a widowed mother. "I will oboyyou , "
said the girl , "but I do not oven like
Mr. Ilockton. 'I hero h nothing in
sympathy between u . Ho is wealth
iut while poverty always brings inisfl
y , yet w'ealth docs not always bring
lappinces. You know that I am do-
roted to Tom llosomonci , and that ho
s devoted to mo ; but'if > ou , as my
mother , command mo , I will obey ,
oven though thu effort coat mo my life
as well as my happiness. "
The ceremony was performed ,
iosomond , who would have been the
( irl'a choice , loft the neighborhood ,
lock ton and bin wife began keeping
louse. Six months afterward Iloso-
nond returned and sent Mrs. Reckon -
on a note begging an interview. She
bowed the note and her answer of re-
usal to her husband. He hissed her
aa n reward of fidelity. Rockton was
akon sick with swamp fever , and
whim about to die , ho said :
"You have been a faithful wife ,
ftno women out of ton would have
'un away long a o. I have always
cnown that you loved Rosemond. I
lave sent for him. I want you to
marry him before I die BO that I can
nee tbo ceremony. "
"That would not bo legal , " answered -
sworod the ivifo , "for I cannot marry
mother man BO ' long us you are liv-
"Well , but I want him bore so I
an sco that the ceremony bo per-
ormcd immediately after I am dead. "
RoBomond and a preacher woroaont
or. They arrived. Rockton gasped
ind motioned. The marriage party
approached the bod. Brockton placed
ho hands of the levers together ,
gasped , and died. The proanher
aised'hia hand , and the lovora were
FREB OF COST.
DK. KIMI'H NKW DIHCOVKKY for
Consumption , Coughs and Colds
Asthma , Bronchitis , etc. , is given
away in trial bottles free of coat to
.ho alllicted. If you have n bad
cough , cold , ditliculty of breathing ,
loarsoncss or any affection of the
Jiront or lungs by nil Inonns give this
wonderful remedy a trial. As you
value your existence you cannot
ilford to lot this opportunity pass.
Wo could not afford , and would not
; ivo this remedy away unless wo
enow it would accomplish what wo
claim 'for ' it. Thousands of hopeless
cases have already been completely
cured by it. There is no medicine in
.ho world that will euro ono half tbo
cases that DK. KINO'H NKW DISCOVERY
will cure. For sale by
G ) Tsir * MoMxnoN , Omaha.
loiiNHrAiu.nl ! , KIIOMK aciuwr ,
1'ienlilc'iit. Vlcu 1'rci't.
W. 8. UKIHIIKR , Hoc. an J Troaa.
Lincoln , Neb ,
Corn Planteri , Harrows , Farm Rollers ,
Bulky Hay Raket , Ducket Elevating Wind-
mllli , &c.
Wo ro im-rorcJ to do Job ork mid umnutoo-
turn B ( or other pattlcH
NK1W\HKA MANUPACTimiNO CO.
LINCOLN , NKH.
' / *
Wcit ( or being the most direct , quIcVuwt. an
ofost line ooimcotlntf the great Uotroiialla. Clll
( MOO , and ( ho KADIKKK , KoHTil-KiariaN , I ) If
and HcniTii'KiBTKRN LiNiu , which tcruiliutct here ,
with KANIJLS Car , LIAVIMWOBTII , ATCIIIUON ,
COUNCIL Uteri's and Otuiu , U > COMHIRCUI
CISTIUB from which ro < lUt
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
th t iMnotntra Uio Continent from the Mlaaonr
1th cr to thu 1'aclllo Hlopo. Tb
CHIOAOO ROOK ISIxAND & PA
! the only line Iroiu CdlcaKO owning track Inti
Kuui , or whlcli , ty IU own road , re&chud thi
i > Mtvta nl > ovt ) luiiuxt. Ko TRANKFIIIUI BY OARUAOK
Ku KIMINU OOXMCIIOHl No llUJlillllK 111 III
tontlUtoJ or unclc n ctft , u \ cry ixuMnicer Ii
carrUvl In roomy , cteui And vcntMed eochei
upon futi KiyrtxW Tinlni <
UirOAUi ol iiiiritkloi ) lunjnlflcence , I'DUJIAI
PALim HLBHriKQ OAIU : and euro nworld-U > uoui
GJ ) , uix > n which nieiLi are terred ol un
Uleucx ) , at the taw rate ol HIVUITT
Cum lieu , with Auipla tluio ( or healthlu
Through ( Un between Chleatfo , Peoria , Mil
waukwj aud Ulwourl KUur J'olnti ; and clone cor
iicctlonut all twInU ot lutnrv > cUou with othc
Wo tlckvt ( do not toixtt thU ) directly to ever ;
pKco ol luiportancu 111 Kantoa. Nebruka , Ulacl
lllllaVou ) > lnjr , UUh , Idaho , Nora-U , CaJKornla
Orison , Wanhlngton Territory , Color ido , ArUoni
and New Meslco.
Ai < l bcral irrangcuienU teifarcUnif l ng ae a <
any other line , and rate * ol ( are al > i' few at
uouiIH'tltora , wbq turnlth but a tltho'o t > e com
( ort ,
IX > u and tacltlt ol iporUmea free.
TickeU , majM nid ( olden at all yrladp *
office * In the Ualtud BUtoa and Canada.
H. It. CAULK , B. ST. JOHN ,
Vlcol'rtVt tQon. Goo. Tat audlWrAj
Wana er , Chluwo Chlv o.
% 8T03IACII 4&
In Hosts of Fiunilioi
HoBtetttr's Stomach IllUcrs is as much regarded
as a hounchnld ntcemUy nx sn ir or coflce. The
reason of thN Is that yean of experience hate
irovwl it to bo perfectly reliable In thosu cancxol
cinerL-cncy where a prompt and convenient rcm <
cd > Ii demanded , Constipation , liver complaint ,
dynpcpsla , liidlKcttlon anrl other trouble * arc
overcome by It.
For sale bynll DriiKKl tsan < l Dealers , to whom
applv ( or He tetter's Almanaa ( or 1S82.
WIio Tvant glossy , Invariant
nndrnvy tresses of abundant ,
beautiful Kair must nso
LION'S KATHAIRON. Tliia
elegant , cheap article always
makes the llair crow freely
and fast , keeps it from falling
oat , arrests and cures grayness -
ness , removes dandruff and
itching , makes the Hair
strong , giving it a curling
tendency ana keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful , healthy Hair is the sore
result of using athairon. ,
, 'v _ J" * * 3 " - ' i
i"Syi > s. ' jf ii'T- " . j'i w * . - '
TF r % h < * jHW ' ' 'I < n ht
JKZhtei'v&i tMb $ \ !
, No Changing Cars
Vhcr direct connection are mnao with T > IIIKI
BLKKl'INO OAU LINKS for
NKW TORK. BOSTON ,
AND ALL EASTERN ITIES.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Kor INDIANAPOLIS , CINCINNATI , LOUIB
VILLE , and all points In the
till BUT LMI
For ST. LOUIS ,
Where direct connections re made in the Unloi
Depot with the Through Bleeping Cr
Llnoa lor ALL POINTS
NEW LINE" < DESMOINES
TUB KAVOIUTE UOUTK FOR
The uncq\alcil luducementa ottorod by this llui
to travelers and tourlatu are aa follows :
The colchratod PULLMAN (10-whool ( ) PALACf
HLEKPINO CAltS run only oil thla line O. , It
4 O. PALACK MIAW1NO ROOM OAKS , will
Horton'a Hecllnluc Chairs. No extra charge ( o
ecataln Kccllnlnt : Chalra. The famoua O.r B. i
Q. Palace Dining Onra , OorKcauH Smoking Can
littcil ( ) eliyMit hk'h'tincked mttaii roolvlni
chal/a , lor the nxcluHivo uw > o [ flrat-claaa pa * oi >
m.Stcc'l Track nuil mipcrlor iuli > mcnt comhlrv
with thflr K'JtAt through car rninnciuc"'i tuiku
thla , abo\o all othort , thu \oritn rnuto to tn
Kant , South and Uouthuut.
Trt It , and ) ou ! 11 flihl traiolliiB a luxury In
etoail ol a discomfort. .
.Through ticket * \lo thin cilobrattxl line ( or !
at all oilicca In the United Statea and Canaila.
All nfOrmutlon aujut raton of ( arc , Kleciilni
Car acuotnuiodatlonB , Tlmo Tublca , etc. , will h
cboorfully g\\ea \ by appljlng to t
PKIlCnVAL LOWKLL ,
Uanrril anger Acnt , Chlctgo.
) , POTTEU ,
_ i HIH Uanacer Chlcaeo.
CORNICE WORKS !
C. SPEOHT ,
1213 Harney Street ,
, - - -
Dormer Windows , Finials
SIN , IRON 5 SLATE ROOFIW
Specht'B Patent Metalio Sky
Patent Aduttable | Ratchet Bar and
I am the gtncral State Agent ( or the abov
ue ol iroodi.
Oreitlng * , Dalu tr de , Verandai.Wflcti an
Dank Railing ! , Window and Cellar
Quardi ; alto
P r on and Hill Pattnt ln lde Blind.
J. jotiBuffer troiu Iy | > qwU , UK
1IUUDOCK IU.OOD IIIITKIIS.
/ jou nro afl11c ( d with niliau9ncn , ii'o
i iiuuuocK III.OOD uirnnts.
f joti are proitrattd ulth sick Hitvhchc , take
llUniJOCK JII.OOI ) lltTTKItS
( jour Iowc1 ! rc dtmrdcrcd , rcpilntu them with
( HURUOCK IILOOD IJirrKKS.
( jour lllood Is mpnro , purity It with
UUKDOCK 1U.001J 1IITTK1IS.
I you have ImllKentlon , joti will liridixn nntldoto
n llUUDOOK llt.OOI ) IIITIKUS.
( you Sro tronMtflth ) tffirln Comphlntu , cr-
ndlcatc them with IIDKOOCK 111.0011 IIIITKHH.
( jour Uvcrlit torpid , restore It to hcalthj action
with . , UUIIDOUKJILOOUUITTEIIS
I your U cr Is nfTcctcd , you will find a sure re-
toratUoln 11UHUOCK I1I.OOI ) IIllTKUS.
f jou liiuoany epochsollliinior or I'linplo , ( .ill
not to take UUUDOCK IILOOD IlirrEKS.
( you hn > u nny jyinploinn ol Ulccra or Scrudiloua
ores , a turnHvoremeily will lie ( oiiiut In
UUUDOCK IILOOD ItllTKKS.
'or Imparting strength nnd vitnhtjtothopjs -
ra , nothing can equal
IIUIIDOCK I1LOOI ) BITTERS.
'or Ncr\ousand Ocncral Dciillltj- , tone up the
jBtcm with BURDOCK Ilt.001) IllTrEIlS.
Price , SI.OO pei Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Cts
FOSTEfi , MILBURN , & Co , .Props . ,
BUTFALO , N. Y. .
Sold at wholesale by Isli & McMohon and C. F ,
Goodman. Jo 27 ood-me
Tnls Krcat iiwclflc cures that most loathsome
OTiether in its Primary , Secondary
or Tertiary Stage-
Ilcinovos all traces o ( < crcury ( rom the sja-
toin , Cures Suroluln , 01.i So C4 , Htieuiiui-
tltin , K'-ZCMI.I , Cainrrh or nny
CurotVhon Hot Sprinus Fail !
Maliurn , Ark. , May 2,1SS1
Wo ha o cases In our town who lived at Hot
priti ) , ' : , and ueru flnallj cured wltliH. S. S.
McOAMMoN & Mimur
Memphis , Mcnn. , Maj 12,1831
We ha\o sold 1,2U ) bet Us of S.S. H. In a juxr.
t ban uiven unhcrsal attisUctlon , 1 air inlnued
lijelclanu now recommend It [ > a ponlthe
pCClfiC. a. MA.NHflhLD S CO.
Loub illc , Kv , . Ma > 13. 1881.
S. S. S. hat Klvtn better fcatl ( action than .my
medicine I ha\u ever solil J. A. KL .X.SRH.
Dcn eiCol. May 2 , 1831.
Every purclia er iiica1 > 8 in the hitthebt tc-rrui
( S. S. S. L. Mels3cti-r.
lUchmoii'l. Va. . May 11,1881.
You can refer am lioih to iiu in regard to the
ucrlU ol S. S. 3. folk , Miller & Co.
Ma o never knonn H. S. S to ( all to euro a case
( Sjphllls , when properly taken.
II. L. Denuard. ) - i..rrv , Ha .
The nboic signers arouentlenion of hlch stand-
Ing. A II COrQUlTT ,
P YOU WISH WB W Ib TAKK YOUKSK CA
TO UK I'AID KOIl WIIKN CUIIED.
Write ( or particulars and copy o ( little
> ook 'Mufsa o to the Unfortunate.
81.000 Howard will he paid to any
chemist who will tlnd , on analysis 100 bottles
S S. S. , one partielool Mercury Ipdlda Potas
sium or any Mlncrnl mibst-inco.
SWIFT Sl' CIPIC CO. Props.
Atlanta , Oa.
I'rlco o ( regular slzo reduced to $1 75 per ot
tie Small size , holdln ; ; half the quantity , pr.co ,
Sold bpKENNAUD & CO. ,
and Dni 'ists Generally.
1.3 T. JACKSON
'A ' Graduate dom the UnUeitltv o ( Pennsyl
vania at Philadelphia of the
CIiiss o ( lUld. )
TunderH Ills professional ecrvlccHtothe cltlreim
ol Onnha ar J all others needing the same , pre-
i'lnt ; liiHthlm tht-rcfor ( rain 40 jelrs' ex-
lnicu , Hlxtitn jear of uhich time ho npcnt In
outli Anii'rUu , dom \\lilcli countrj ho has just
returned , ualniiir ulii'tt ' in tlui protlnccH many
remtdiib ( orurloui diseases common to this
country from the nathiH of the tan e.
The Dootcr niikoi a specialty of all Chron'c
Dlmases , particularilj thotu ol ( iiualcs Ho may
Lu found nt bin rooms at tlio Planters'IIou'c ,
corner of l > odn'0 nnd SKtvtMith Sireetx ,
The Great English
fails to cine
Vcr\oiiD Debility. VI-
It il i\liniiitlon : , Kmls-
Ions , Seminal Wvak-
ne cH.LOST MAN.
HOOD , and all the
evil ctlc'cU ol jontb
| ful follies and c.\ccs-
ius. It i-lops | icrma <
'lently all wf akcnlnir.
.nvoluntary loss snm !
trains upon the sjs-
'em ' , tlielnmltah'e re-
- , - - suit ol these of il prae
tlies' h.ch re no destruotiiu to mind and l > ody
nndmaUo bfo miserable , olUn Uadln to Intanl-
y anil death It atfiiiKthMW thu Nencsjlraln ,
( mcmorj ( lllood , Miucles , lilueJtlvo and Hcpro-
duetlvttOr/ui , It runtoros to all thu oriraijii ,
( unctli-ni their former vik'or amiltalltj - , ma
ins IKe chcerdil and cnjojablft I'rlie , SJa
botlle , or four tlmea tl e iuandty | * 10 , Sonthy
express , ecuru from obs'rtatlon , to anruldniM ,
on roroliit of price. Wo. C. O. I ) , suit , except
onrritli * "I * l a a nuara tee. lettom re-
( , uo tliij'aiucrs must Inclose stamp.
Dr. Miutie'd Dandelion Pills
are the lent and ihcnpmt djupepsU and llllloua
cure In the tuarl.it. Sold bj all dniKKl t . 1'rko
IH. MlMIK'b KlUNK HKMKpr , OKrKKTICrM ,
Cures all Vlndot Kldnuyand bladdercomnlalnto
co lotrlita , Kloet a'd leucorrct& . for tulo j nl
i 81 a bnttli' .
bNOMSII MKDICAI. INSTITUTE.
TiSOllvoSI , Ht , Loui * , Mo ,
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE *
TRAD ! MARK The OrcatTMADI MARK
English rcm- -
< ly. Auun.
( allliiK cure
( or Bemliml
rhea , Impot-
Self Abuw > ; M IxiH of Memory , ( Tnhersal Loss !
tude , l' ln in the Itack , Dlrunvsn ol Vision , 1'ie
mature Old Age. and many other DUeases tha
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a I'rema
turi > ark\e.
tdTFull particulars In our pamphlet , vvhlcl
uo dculre to send ( reo I r mall to everyone
AflTlio Hptclac Uc > dlclne It told by all drui'k'I t
* tl | ir paiktfv , orfil cktjc * ' ° r * 6. or wll
be Mint ( roa by mill on ras1 pt of the money , bj
idJroMln ; THKOIU 1ED1CINK CO. ,
HuUilo , K V.
or Bale tlY Q , Y Ooodr ocTrao-eod
DIRECTORY IF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS.
ARLINGTON , J. Q. MclNTIRE. Lincoln , Neb
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIUS , Mllford , Neb.
WOODS HOUSE , W. P.ELLIS , Oiceoln , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromiburg. Ne.
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Dlalr , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. 0. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb
GRAND CENTRAL ? . SEYMOUR , Nabraika City , Neb-
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeoplngWater.Nab
COMMERCIAL-HOUSE A. O. CAARPER , HArdy , Neb. ,
GREENWOOD HOUSE , 0. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
ENO HOUSE , E. L. ENO , Er mont , Neb.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L QRUUD , Quids Recd , Neb.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Cretton , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , OUDKINS & BRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO.CALPH , Extra , la
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , Io ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Auaubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Neoln , la.
CITY HOTEL , DI B WILLIAMS , Marian , In ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINO8 , Cornlnc , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stantoa , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , . -NM. LUTTON , Vllllsca , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Mnlvcrn , hs ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la ' '
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt. la
jQRAND PACIFIC , J NORTON , Columbus , Neb. [ 3
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Osceola , Neb.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St. Omaha ,
H. M. & M. PEAVY
1309 Farnham Street.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DKALKK X
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. W4.m.
E DH 0 L
E RICKSO N
-IN ALL KINDS OF
AND PLATED WARE
At Prices that Suit Any Customer Who Really Wishen ft Pirat-
STAR TINTED SPECTACLES
Are also Sold Exclusively by us.
ALSO WESTERN AGENTS
SMITH AMERICAN ORCAN CO.'S ORGANS.
EDHOLM & ERIOKSON ,
THE JEWELERS , Opposite the Post Office
Clearing Sale !
PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE
Is the place to Buy Bargains.
EVERYTHING MARKED IN RED FIGURES.
Look for the Red Ink Marks.
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER.
309 South Tenth Street.
QUALITY AND FIT GUARANTEED.
Boots Sewed $9,00
French Calf-Tongue , , - -
French Calf Boots , Pegged , . . . . 6.00
American Calf Boots , 5.00
Pegged Alexis or Buckle Shoes , - - 3.50
MAKE ASPEOIALTY OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOE FBf ODT.OP
11 Ordera Promptly Attend * tiled With.
Powered by Open ONI