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JUEJS OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY. APEJL i9
Bright Stars in the Business
and Sooial Firmament.
A Thriving1 Town of Two Thousand
Correspondence of The'Bec.
BEDFOUD , Iowa , April 8. From
Creslon to Maryvillo , 3Io. , on the
Wnbaal ) , it in about 05 miles by rail
and passing Kent , a small station
and Lor.ox and Conwny , villages o
400 or 500 each , wo find Bedford , 40
miloa from Crcston and seven mile
from the Missouri line , This rail
road is called the Hopkins Brand
because the road was built by the 0.
B. it Q. to Hopkins. The K. 0
comes up from the south to cornice
with it , and while managed as twc
roads , the two companies work ir
harmony and the traveling public ar
accommodated aa though it was bu
ia the county seat of Taylor county ,
and is situated most beautifully on
the high lands on the right bank o
the middle fork of the ' 102 , " and i
nno of the enterprising , onergctio citie
of the slopo.
Scattered over a number of mounds
dotted with neat and elegant resi
donees , with its business houses conveniently
voniontly clustered on the "Oapitpliat
Hill , " and not , like the convuntiona
western burg , "around a public
oquare1' ; ' surrounded by rich farming
lands peopled with ambitious , prosperous
porous , educated , and indopondon
thinking class of citizens ; with largo
trade , fine business houses , mostly o
"brick ; a growing prosperity , as is
shown by the trade and largo amoun
of building projected for the coming
floason ; a Healthy location , fine ahnd <
trees , good building stone , and the
best of water within .forty feet nc
wonder that the eastern sojourner , a
first sight determines to east his losl
hero , and build himself a homo in this
"queen city" of 2,000 living souls ,
A number of the public buildings
are to bo enlarged or rebuilt noon ,
the court house being ono which wil
bo taken down and a good ono nubui-
TIN ] JlllDl'OIlD HOUSE
is the loading hotel , and the larpo am
well furnished apartments , good table ,
and promptness in supplying the
wants uf the traveling public , roako
this a pleasant homo for the wayfar-1
ing man ,
THE NEWSfAPEn ENTE'llPllISE
at once takes the attention of the
quill driver , for there ara six thriving
and healthy publications , besides
Borne assistance rendered to smaller
and loss favored townn.
THE KEPHIILIOAN ,
with a subscription liat of 2,000 , is
largely the handiwork of its managing
editor. James H. Pierce , a stauncii
republican , with a clear head , jjgood
executive ability and business enter
prise , a genial and respected neighbor ,
and a strong political leader , who
don't wear a brass colar ; and in this
pleasant and extensive printing house ,
the proas i work is done for several
other papers , and "plonty/of jobs. "
is a fourtdon'-ycar old paper , dovjoted
to the interests of the national groan-
back theory , and Mr : B. Lucas , ito
' -editor , keeps up to , the times in the
legends of 'tho party and general
news , and oflors a good paper , which
is well appreciated oy his patrons.
The Argus , managed by J. E. Hus
ton , and The Democrat by J. M. Wal
ters , the former a republican and the
latter wearing a domocratio label , are
both enterprising young papers , build
ing up a business , and are wall pat
ronized , while an agricultural and a
literary paper are doomed essential
to the proper development of society.
THE BF.DF01U ) DANK
is the older of the two banking houses ,
and its ton years of successful business
bavo made it a permanent fixture , for
although , the president died during
the past year , his son , Mr. M. M ,
Van Fleet , the cashier and managing
officer , and his partner , of themselves
represent $200,000 of security , and
have every facility for doing a thor
ough banking business.
M. 0. CONNECT , U. O , ,
ono of the early settlers , was a sur
geon of the 8th Indiana cavalry , in
Kilpatrick'adivision , and was "mat
the death" of the rebellion when Gen.
, Johnson surrendered , and has been
in the practice of modioino hero since
the war , and an active member of the
are to have a celebration on the 2 Mi
of June , St. John's Day , and as this
is as pre-eminently a town for celebrations
brations as - - -
for conventions , and the citizens are
famed for hospitality , they uro send
ing out the "high-trays and hedges
and compelling" all the members of
the order to cuuio , and they will feel
sad if tl > u "Ohiot moguls and the
brethren" doil't coirio in and oat and
on j oy their hospitality , ( or they have
prepared for ton thousand , and
Brother M. 0. Fuller , the secretary
of the committee Bays nil ehall bo
entertained frco ,
is again exhibited by .1. W. Garner ,
the star of the "Uncle lleubon Com
edy company , " who , while playing
lioro , heard of the "last net , " the kill
ing of Jeato James , and at once sot
to work by the help of his accom
plished wife , to prepare a play which
shall represent the marriage , death ,
ard many of the incidents in the lifo
of this notorious bandit , and before
this reaches THE BEE readers , ho will
have presented it in full costumes and
econery in several Kansas cities.
What a sad page in history will bo
given to an enligjitonod world and to
coming generations , where it is
recorded that St. Joe lionized this
dead outlaw , and so many were found
who loved and houorod'his "virtues. "
Developing a state of society which is
% largo degree responsible for his
snce and his fiendish career , bo-
'n its atmosphere ho was nour-
1 protected , and at his death
'ormed into a god.
Ch'rago ' Times.
The southern republicans ore BUB
pcctod of being unhappy , They an
usually unhappy. When Genera
Grant was president , they though
the anti-Grant men would bo mor
'liberal to them , When Hayes wn
president , they complained that th
half-breed republican was worse than
the stalwart , and they sighed for th
good old days of Grant. When General
oral Gaifiold became president , the ;
had high hopes of being treated jus
like northern republicans , but th
selection of Mr. Hunt of secretary o
the navy did not satisfy them , am
presently they began to complain tha
President Garfiolu was going to do n <
better than President Hayes , am
that if they could only got a stalwar
president they would bo happy
When President Arthur sent in hi
message they noticed with great satis
faction that ho made no mention o
the southern question , and concludoi
that sectionalism was over , and they
had at last got what they wanted
They invited attention to the fac
that the stalwarts were really mon
liberal than the professedly libora
members of the republican party
Arthur was going to bo the prosldon
of the whole nation , and not of ono
oction or ono party. But Prosidon
Arthur has got through with his cabi
net selections , and the southern re
publicans find that they have not ono
smgln member of the cabinet. Evei
Hunt has boon taken from them , am
ordered to Russia or Sibo'ria , or , some
other remote and inhospitable clime
Grant gave the south Ackorman
and Hayes gave it Key , and Garfiolc
gave it Hunt ; but what has Arthur
given it ? Absolutely nothing. This
is the melancholy fact that stares
them in the face , and thereat the ;
weep. In casting about for an explan
ation of the untoward fact , they
have arrived at the conclusion tha
the blame belongs an the shoulders o ;
Mahono. This great statesman waa
going to deliver the south into thi
Hands of the republican party , anc
the administration and the southern
republicans gave Mahono all the hoi ] ;
possible , and rejoiced to soc a son ol
the south sot his face to the setting
sun , and now they begin to suspocl
that Mahono was not a dis
interested worshipper of the set
ting sun , but was a solf-sookinp1
politician , who got the hep ] of the
Hilministration to construct a machine
lor himself , mid having done that is
bjftuly iiulill'oruit to the welfare of the
rtpublican party , and has even urgot
the president not to appoint a repub
lican from the south to a place in his
cabinet , lost thatcabinotolllcor should
become a greater power in the south
than Mr. Mahono. This may bo sad ,
but it ought to surprise none but the
mott simple minded. Persons of or
dinary powers of sight saw at that
time that , whatever good Senator Ma
hone might accomplish by breaking
the power of the Bourbon machinohe (
was only an ordinary politician whoso
main object in lifo was not to give anew
now lease of lifo to the republican
party , but to advance the interests
} f Senator Mahono. It is quite likely
that Mr. Mahono docs not wish to BOO
a southern republican appointed to a
place in the cabinet ; it would bo
rather singular if ho did wish to have
a rival to himself created by the ad
ministration. Possibly Mr. Mahono
would not object to going into the
cabinet , but the president has objoo-
ions to taking any but stalwart ro-
sublicans into the official family , and
VIr. , Mahono would'naturally rather
o'tho ' channel through which the for-
'tUizing ' fltronms of official patronage
should flow over the south than have
another perform that function.
There is one'good ' reason why the
southern republicans should not have
a cabinet office that they scorn to for
got. They do not cast any electoral
Totes , and there is at present no
itrong probability of their doing it.
? ho representation of all sections in
ho cabinet is eminently desirable ,
> ut what is moro necessary from the
iractical politician's point of view is
o keep "solid" with the states that
give their electoral votes to the
cpublican candidate , or that can
reasonably bo expected to do
so. The republican party has not
much to lose in the south ; it has a
great deal to lese in some of the
lorthorn etatos , and Mr. Arthur haslet
lot road in vain the fable of the dog
hut lost a nutritious piece of porter-
louse steak in his foolish eflort to cap-
.uro its counterfeit in the stream.
Chore is a solid north in the cabinet
> ocauso there is still a solid south in
ho electoral college.
A General Stampede ,
N > ver was eucli a rush jnvle for any
Drug store as is now at 0. F , Goodman'o ,
qr a Trial UottJo of Dr. King's Now JIs-
coi cry for Consumption , Qougha and
) olds. All perionu nlllictoil with Asthma ,
Jronchttis , Hoarsened , Severe t'onghi , or
nny direction of tlio Thrtnt and LunpB ,
can get a Trlnl Duttlo of thin great remedy
/i , by col.liiK . u , ubove iminoil Urns
Van Wvcle dnn tuo Organs.
UclinrduM County fciuUtcr.
bjnio papers in our atato are trying
o maka their roudura believe that
junutor Van \Vjck is merely speaking
nd working for popular favor and
hat Bullish motive underlies ull his
ictimia , They do not iivo ; him the
air treatment even that our lawa give
o the meanest criminal , to hold him
nnocont until ho is proven guilty.
< \ > r shatnu , gentlemen , you ought to
rait until the senator does or votes
vrong , when it will bo time enough to
how your venom in your papoiu , So
nr the senator has been in the right ,
lo has manfully advocated and
upportcd the interests of the people ,
nd has fearlessly expressed the pro-
ailing sentiments of our young state
n the United States senate , and the
> eope ! know it , and will stand by him
n spite of > yhat those papers may Bay
gainst him. He has notdisappoint-
d thoao who know him best , and our
moplo , in time , will know who are
heir friends , Van Wyck will only
ain friends if ho continues as ho be-
; un , and a grateful people will stand
> y him and say well done ! to the dis
comfit of his enemies. May the Lord
always bless our state with auch selfioh
anatora as Van Wyck lias boon BO far.
i'ho people certainly will Rain by It.
HIS GRATITUDE ,
llth and Poplar streets , \
Sr. Louis , Mo. , March 17,1881. t
H. H. WAHNEU & 0o. : Sirs For
welvo years 1 eufl'ered from kidney
roubles until your Safe--Kidney and
Jver Cure wrought a wonderful ro-
toration of hualtn.
apr7dlw JOHKM. WARD.
The Thick Necked Throolat
Snatched from His Homo
and Thrown Into
. the Arena.
A Side View Tahon of Him by r
Boo Correspondent on
PUEBLO , Col. , April 13,1882.
To the Editor of lha Dee :
In accordance with my programme . '
reached Pueblo yesterday afternoon
and was quietly carrying my grip Back
to a cheap h tel when "all of a aud
don" I hoard a succession of unearthly
shrieks , yells and explosions , and no
ticcd an unusual commotion amonj
the teamsters , luinrra and merchants
Chilcott , Chilcoti 1 Hurrah for Ohilcott
was the refrain. Ohilcott had just
been appointed United States senator
in place of Toller.
"Who is OhilcotU" I nskod of a
"Why , he's our now senator. "
"WoD , what's his namoJ Where
did ho live before this thing happened' '
What docs ho do ? How old is hoi
Has ho got any family ? How much U
ho worth ? Is ho a self-made man , or
was ho bornl For heaven's sake ,
stranger , do toll mo something aboul
this great man. "
The "citizen" just then bolted off
to collect boxes and barrels for a bon
fire , and after supper I attended the
mooting. Mr. Ohilcott responded to
the loud calls , and made common-
plaooromarks about "being surprised , "
"hoping to bo excused , " "thanks tor
the ovation , " etc. Ho was followed
by a half dozen lawyers and ward
politicians , who made neat spoochoi
and demonstrated that any ono ol
them would have done just as well for
senator as Mr. Ohilcott.
Mr. Ohilcott is 50 years old , weighs
200 , and his homo and all his Inter
ests are hero in Pueblo whore ho
owns perhaps fifty thousand dollars
worth of real estate and a sheep ranch.
Nominally ho is a lawyer but ho is
ono of that great crowd of lawyers
who have never strictly adhered to
the practice of the profession as an ex
elusive or main occupation. Ho be
longs to that class who largely own
city and county property , and when
you ask what business they now fol
low they are called real estate owners.
In Pueblo Mr. OHilcott is well liked ,
but in many parts of the atato there
is disappointment expressed at his ap
pointment. The ofiico honors the
man in this instance more than vice
versa. Gov. Tabor with his ton mil
lions of dollars , wanted the appoint
ment and promised to out-david
David Davis in the character of , his
dinners had ho potton a chance Ex-
Governor Routt would have brought
some culture and refinement with him
to help out the western tier in the
senate but Mr. Ohilcott , whatever
may bo his redeeming qualities , is
certainly nothing if not a mediocre
man , and the halls which once re
sounded , with the eloquence of Web
star , Clay , Galhoun and Douglas , are
'ast filling up with poorer material.
Personally ho ia a "hail follow well
met" and wo doubt not that ho will
votoiright on every question touching
, ho.interests of the west. J. F. M.
/ | POST AND HiS PALS.
BATTLU GREEK , April 14rf
To tha Editor ol TUB UBH.
As the issue of the day is monopoly
and anti-monopoly , it is the duty of
every farmer and laborer to do what
hey can in that direction. Wo of the
Slkhorn valley do endorse your course
of the exposure of Valentino and his
man Schwonck. It is high time such
mon are sot down , and we , the pro
ducers , must do it. These railroads
mvo to bo attended to , BO. every
'armor must take off his coat and ROe
; o work. Just look at our courts or
some of them. I will sight the judge
of the Fourth judicial district. In
iho first scone as a lobbiost , ho and
lib brother of Columbus wanted
: o capture the supreme judge.
A. M , Post was to secure the north
delegation but he could not do it and
hen to got back in the traces went to
; ho delegation and asked the privilege
; o present Judge Maxwell's name to
.ho convention. The next he was a
Nance man. Now as a Judge there
voro thirteen cases of his token up to
ho Supreme Court and eleven of them
roro reversed , Ono * ras a cose where
? latto county waa defendant , the firm
of Whitmoyer , Gorrcard & Post wa *
ilaintifi' It was tried by a referee ,
Ion. Muncer of Froomont , His re-
jort was sot aside and judgment ren-
lertd in favor of the plaintiil'forlGOO
rho county had to take it up and it
vns reversed. Now the next piece of
) olitical labor proposed by the judge is
o put in nomination Governor
Darns so he can have all
lie committees appointed in favor of
hu _ monopolies. It is the intention
of him and his brother to secure the
lamination of his brother , A. M.
'oat , of Columbus , for attorney uon-
oral this fall. There is ono Madison
ittornoy who would do , credit to the
ofiico , Hon. ItobiBon.
It is straight legislation that will
etch us out , und that only , Now , if
hero is a special session this spring it
vould bo H nice thing for the state to
lave the Fourth judicial district re-
lucod to the town of York , for it will
> o economy to the atuto. Just look
at the facts fora moment , my brothnr
armors , und yon will most readily see
vhy wo do not got along bettor. We
mvo to pay for all of their cappers ,
lia honor , Judge Ppst.'haa a brother
n your place a whisky gaugor. Ho
ays to the boys , it is a nice thing to
; ot eight dollars per day for ono
lour'a work. Now , if wo are to have
our affairs run this way , it is time to
ay wo are not competent to attend to
tur affairs. The oppressions of our
orofathors wore nothing to ours ,
For Bronchial , Asihmatio , and Pul >
n onary complaints -
al Troches" manifest remarkable Cur-
tivo properties. Like all other mori-
orioufl articles , they are frequently
nutated , and those purchasing thould
> o aure to obtain the genuine.
feijfc STOMACH &
For a quarter of a century or moro Hosteller's
Btomach ' liters has been the reigning specific
lor Indlecjtlondspopsli , fc\cranti guo , loss of
ihyklcalstaiDina Ihcr complaint and other illsor
uers. > nd had been moit emphatically Indorsed by
rccdlcal men as a health acd strength rotor
atlre. It counteracts n tendency to prcmfituro
decay , ' and sustains and comforts the aged and
Forfsale by all drogglsta and dealers generally
liri-1 : al to ml
"fid MI ?
Wort for being tbo most direct , quickest , an
safest line connecting the great Metropolis , CHI
OAOO , and the EUnvut , KORTn-ElsriJUt , i ) r
and BoDTO-Klirnuf Lisis , which terminate there
with KIHSU Cm , LtAViHwoBTU , ATCHIBOS
Couiccit , Bwrrs and OIIAIU , the CoMUiacut
Cnrrui from which radiate
EVERY LINE OP R OADT.
that penetrated the Continent from the Ulnonf
River to the Pacific Slope. The
CHICAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA
fa the only line from Chicago owning track In
Kansas , or which , by its own road , roaches th
points above named. No THAKJPBRS IT OAuniiai
tto Muumo coniwCTionsl No huddling In III
ventilated or unclean can , as every passenger
carried In roomy , clean and ventilated coaches
upon Fait Express Trains
DAT OARS o ) unrivaled magnificence , P0LLKA9
? AUCH SLiipma CAK . and ourownworld-fanout
Dmnio CARD , upon which meals are served of un
surpassed excellence , at the low rate of 8 v > on
FISI Cum IACU , with ample time for healthtu
Through Cars between Chicago , Foorta , Mil
waukce and Missouri River Points : and close ccn
ncctloni at all polnta of Intersection with othei
xiliio , TIIUIUIUJJ , wvttu. iiutuu , iiuvMuu , viailfOrC.J ,
Oregon , Washington Territory , Colorado , Arliona
and Now Mexico.
Asll beral arrangement * regarding baggage as
any other line , and rates of faro ain aye ael ow at
competitors , who furnish but a tithe o the com
fort Dogs and tackle of sportsmen free.
Tickets , maps and folders at all prlnclpa
offices In the United State * and Canada.
R. R. OABLK , E. ST. JOHN ,
Vice Pres't * Oen. Oen , Tkk andPaea'r Ag
ttanager. Chicago Chicago.
PILESI PILESI PILESI
A Sure Cure Found at Lastl
Arorecurr for llllnd , BleodTng , Itching and
incerated Piles baa been discovered bjr Dr. Wli-
lam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr. Will ani'a
Indian Ointment. A single box baa cured the
worst chronlo casea of 25 or SOyeara standing. No
one need suffer five minutea alter applying thla
wonderf pi soothing medicine Lotions , Instru
ments and electuarlof do more harm than good ,
William's Ointment absorbs tbo tumors , allays
.he Intoned Itching , ( partlculaaly at night after
getting warm In bed , ) actfl aa & poultice , glvca In-
itant and palnlceo relief , and la prepared only for
Piles. Itching of the private parts , and for notb
Bead what the Hon. J. M. Coffinberry of Clove-
and eaya about Dr. William's Indian Pile Oint
ment : I have used ecoroa of Piles cures , and It
aOords mo i > ensure to say thatlbave never found
anything which gave such Immediate and perma
nent relief aa Dr. William's Indian Ointment.
For ealo by all druggist * or mailed on receipt
price , 11.00.
11.00.HENKY. . & CO. . Frop're. ,
CUVILAKD , OniO.
For Bale by 0. T1 Goodman.
KENDALL'S SPA VIN CURE
The Most Successful Remedy over dlscov-
rod , as It is certain In Its effects and docs not
.lister. . READ PROOF UEUOW. Also excellent
or human flesh.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Washlngtonvlllo , Ohio. June 17. 1831. DR.
I. J. KKSDALL , &Co. : Oents Roadlng your ad
vertisement In Turf , Field and Farm , of your
( endall'i Bpavln Cure , a d having a valuable
nd speedy homo which bad been larno from
pavln for eighteen month ? , I sent to you for a
rattle by express , which in > lx weeks removed
all laineneta , and enlargement and a largj splint
rom another hone , and both horsea ara to-day
assound as'colts. Tlioono bottle was worth to
me one t hundred dollars. Beipeetfully
0'irS , I ' II. A. DlBTOLITT , M. D.
Send for Illustrated circular giving positive
iroof. Price | l. All Druggists have H or can
et It for you. Dr. B.J. Kendall & Co. , Pro-
rlotors , Enoabnrgh Falls , Vt.
BOLt ) BY ALL DEUGQISrS.
J. C. ELLIOTT & CO.
Plumbing , Steam & Gas Fitting
Turbine "Water Motor ,
'nmp , Pipe Fitting and Brims
3or , 14th and llarnoy , Oinahu , Nob.
A WiTBB MOTOU IN COS8TANT OPKU
DB. P. BOHBBBB ,
Physician and Surgeon
OmtONld DI8EA8E3 , H1IEUMAT1SM , Etc. ,
Medicines furnlshid at olllce ,
Olllco No. HIS Farunsiu St. , between 14th and
Uth. Omaha , Ni.li \t- \ ' "
WILL BUY AND BELL
AKD 1.14 IHDtUCTIOS
OONKIOnD TU WIIU.
Pay Taxes , Rent Houses , Eta
lir TOU WAXT TO BUT OR BSU
Offlct lloom 8. CreW'03 Cu ff\t * Omaha.
Geo. P. Bern is
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
16th and Uodga BU- , Omaha , Nb <
Thl * genej doc BnionT * broken * * builoe * * .
oMDliMcnUte and th r tor ojr bargain *
oooki u * laoid to
j on suffer from Dyspepsia , uo
BUUDOCh. 'LOOD BITTERS.
If jou nro afflicted n-tth Biliousness , use
nUHDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS
It you arc prostrated n 1th sick Headache , take
BUKDOCK 1JLOOD BITTERS
tl ) our Bowota-Aro disordered , rcgulato them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
It ) our Blood la mpure , purify U with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have Indigestion , you will find an antldoU
la BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEUa
If you are troubled \ilth Sprlnjr Complaint * , or
rullcato them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your LlrcrU torpid , restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your Liver Is affected , you will find a mo to.
itoratlt o In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any ipcclci of Humor or Pimple , fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have any symptoms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , ft curative remedy v. 111 be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the sys
tem , nothing can equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Price , SI.OO oei Bottle ; Trl l Bottle * 10 Oti
FOSTEKMILBURN , , & Co , .Props ,
BUFFALO , N. V.
Sold at wholesale by Ish It McMahon and 0. F.
Ooodman. Je 27 eod-me
The Great .English JKemedy
NeTcr falls to cute
Nervous Debility , VI-
Ital Exhaustion , Emls-
lilons , Seminal Weak-
HOOD , and all the
\ 11 effects of jouth'
ful follies and exces
ses. It stops perma
nently all weakening ,
im oluntary lossi a and
drains upon the sys-
com , the Inevitable reM -
M > l , suit of these evil prac
tices , which are so dcstruetlve to mind and body
and make life miserable , often leading to Insani
ty and death It strengthens the Ncrv c.i.Uraln ,
( momnrjf Blood , JIusclea , PlgcBtivo and Repro
ductive Organs , It restores to all the organic
Junctions their former vltror and vitality , ma-
Mnjr life cheerful and enjojablo. Price , $3 a
bottle , or four times the quantity $10. Sent by
express , secure from observation , to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. C. O. D. sent , except
on receipt of $1 as a cuarantco. Letters rj-
questing answers must Inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
are tbi best and cheapest dyspepsia and billlous
cure I'the market. Sold by all druggists. Price
Da UtNTir.'s KIDNKT REMEDY , NsrRmcuM ,
Cures ill Undof Kidney and bladder complainto ,
eonorrhca , gleet and leucorrhca. for ealo ty all
daupgists : $1 a bottle.
KNQL1SII MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
718011voSt. , St. LouU , Mo.
For Sale In Omaha by
0. F. OOODMAN.
5omeImportantStat m < w > ts of Wei
Known People "Wholly
In order that the public may fully rcallza the
genuineness of the statements , as well aathr
lower and value of the article of which they
ipeak , we publish her wlth the fac-slmllo Blgnt-
; urea of parties whoso sincerity is beyond ques.
ion. The Truth of these testimonials la abao-
lute , nor can the facts they announce bo ig
OMAHA , NIB. ! May 24,1881.
II. II. WA'ONBH 4 ; Co. :
Diurt SIR : I have frequently used Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure .or local affections
attendant upon severe rheumatic attacks , and
lavoaloays derived benefit therefrom. I have
also used the Safe Nortme with satisfactory re
sults. I consider these medicines worthy of
OUATIA , NEB , May 24 , Io81
II. n WARNXK ft Co. , Rochester , N. Y. :
Oiurrs : I have use tyour Safe Kidney and
Mvcr Cure this spring as a itcrlnvlgorator , and
I fin J it the best remedy I mcr triad , I have
used t liottleB. and It baa made mo feel better
: han over I did before in the spring.
U. P. K. bhops.
OMAHA , NEB. , May 24 , 1881
II. n. WARMER & Co. :
SIRS : For moro than lo yrnra I have suffered
much Inconvenience from combined kidney and
Ivor diseases , mid tm\o been unable to vork ,
my urln try orgtns also being affected. 1 1 rled a
; reatmany medicines and doctor ? , but I grew
worse and won e day by day. I was told I had
Brlght'a Disease , and I wished myself dead If I
xml J not ha\ speedy relief. I took your Safe
Sidney and Liter Cure , knowing nothing else
waa ev or know n to euro tha disease , and I ha\
not been disappointed. The medicine baa cured
me , and I ain perfectly well to-day , entirely
hrough your Bate Kidney and Liver Cure 1
wish &O.U all succ as In publishing this valuable
remedy through the world
U. P.R. It , Bhops.
liousands of equally strong endorsements many
if them in cuus nhere hope waj abandoned have
\oluntirlly ( fl\en , Hhoulngtho remarkable
lower nf \ \ > ruor'8 tate Kidney and LliorCuro ,
nail dUca'cscf the Kldnoyn , Iher or urinary or-
; aii8. If anv one who reaJj this has anj plijo-
cal trouble remember the great remedy.
Ir , Craw
ford , of Hol
land , 0. , tlio
old. popular ,
01 tlia'Utcrt Improved plan , ( has opened a
rauchmcclmulul surgery lastltutaat 109South
4th Btrect , Omaha , where bo Is prcpind to
urnlfli limbs ol e\er > description , skeletons ,
nil sup ) > orter fori > ar&llr. d anddelormcd llmlM ,
ruwcs , and tlioul Jer braces and Eupportcr * lor
eioalt ) uc > kne > , &e , Iho Doctor has had 23
care experience lu urine and adlutiln ; .
J. B. GKAWFOHI ) .
109 South Uth Bt. Omaha , Neb.
J. P. ENGLISH ,
ATTO RNEYAT LAW ,
310 South Thirteenth St. , with
p M. Woolwort .
Dexter L.Thomas ,
L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS.
DRY GOOD '
1422 and 1424 Dodge St.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK
. West of Chicago. '
And the Motto that makes every buyer happyt
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD ,
We have opened to-day , ( Wednesday , April 12tb ) a large in
Manufaoturerd by Messrs. Ooudevfit & Quivet , Paris , the lot in
cludes 100 dozen Children's Extra Feavy Bibbed Lisle Hose , . Sizes r f *
5 to 8 l2i v
All. the New Colors.
We offer them at the extremely low price of
450. A PAIR.
The above are very cheap and much below valne ,
Also another lot equally as good , SAME SIZES , FANOY
5 O. .A. .A.T IR.
We assure our patrons that these are the Cheapest Goods ever
put on the market ,
ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.
L. B. Williams & Son's.
Because You Save 10 to 15 Per Cent.
NEW GOODS I ATTRACTIVE PRICES !
L. B. WILLIAMS & SONS ,
1422 and 1421 Dodge Street.
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Is Now -Located in His New Store ,
1308 FAR N NAM STREET.
One Door East of the New York Dry Goods Store.
AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
NEW STOCK OF SPRING SUITS ! LARGEST VARIETY
OF BOY'S'AND CHILDREN'S SUITS EVER SEEN !
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
L BRASH , - - 1308 FA El N HAM ST.
The Oldest Wholesale and
in Omaha , Visitors can here
find all novelties in SIL
VER WARS. CLOCKS ,
lien and Stylish Jewelry ,
uhe Latest , Most Artistic ,
and Choicest Selections in
RECIOU3 STONES and
ail descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as Low Pri
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
IN TI1E WEST I
General Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos and
Our prices are as Low as
any Eastern Manufacturer
Pianos and Organs sold
for cash or installments at
A SPLENDID stock of
Steinwav Pianos , Knabe
Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi
anos , and other makes.
Also Clough & Warren ,
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Do
not.fail to see us before pur-
MAX MEYER & BRO.j
MANUFACTURERS GF : SHOW GASES
Large Stock Always on Hand.
Hair Goods , Notions , Ladies' Furnishing Ooofls , Ulsters , Oironlars ,
and Suits ,
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