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THE OMAHA DAILY BblE TUESDAY. MAY 2 1883 ,
Hon. W. P. Saunders Telia of
Its Growth , Its Resources
and Its Coming Hal
.An Exceedingly Interesting R
enmo of the Political Stntnn
nnil Stntoliooil AitpixinRi-
"It is n magnificent territory nnd
so fertile and capacious in resource
nnd product that it can amply support -
port and mil in time ft million
souls. Of retrogression in population ,
as in the caao of Nevada , there is ab
solutely no possibility. "
Thus spake Hon. W. P. Sanders
concerning Montana the magnificent
last evening when found in the Met
ropolitan Tiotol. The gentleman's
judgment is entitled to the fullest
consideration. A resident of Helena
for many years , attorney for
the Northern Pacific in the terri
tory , ox-mombcr of many legislatures ,
candidate for congressional delegate
on the republican side in the campaigns
of 1804 , 1808 and 1880 , identified
with many important frontier interests
and thoroughly conversant with the
people , the products , the plains and
the valleys. Mr. Sanders is a mine of
information , which ho has digested
nnd is not only able but willing to
make public. The interview pro
ceeded in the usual fashion of ques
tion and answers , though but a portion
tion of the latter can bo given hero :
MONTANA'S SHAKE or IMMIGRATION.
"How in Montana faring in this
"wonderful immigration season ? "
"Well , sir , well. The larger portion
tion of the inflow is brought by the
Union Pacific nnd Utah Northern
railways , which carry in the territory
from 100 to 200 people per ifcy. I
counted a train with 170 incomers and
was told that was about the average.
The Northern Pacific brings in fifty
to seventy-five daily , and each boat
takes about fifty , and it is probably
fair to say thcro nro three boats n
week , and will bo for thrco months.
Of course this rush will not continue
for more than throe months
most probably , but estimating the
present population at 75,000 which
is certainly moderate enough it is
safe to say that by the end of the sea
son there will bo from 00,000 to 100-
000 residents. The majority of the
immigrants who como by the Union
Pacific settle in the western part of
the territory. I moan west of the
Bolt mountains , and about the Barker
and Maginnis mines , the Judith basin
and contiguous places. The others
locate on the Yellowstone or Mussel-
shell or the northern part of the terri
tory. The western settlers are nearly
nil from the states , from Maine to Mis
souri , while among the others is a
largo foreign element , the Scandina
vian predominating. All are of the
working classes , and many have
some property in ready money
or household and agricultural
effects , or both. The men who
live by their wits are represented too ,
of course , nnd I guess the now ones
can got a living for n while. They
are sharper than these of like class
who preceded them , and the old-
timers will have to go north of the
dominion line , nnd work their games
on the half-breeds and Indians. There
is no UBO denying the fact that the
class of men which settled Montana ,
nnd for a long time formed the prin
cipal part of the population , were not
of the thrifty sort who now come
from the Now England and middle
states. It was ; como easy , go easy
with most of the extreme western and
southern men who migrated earlier ,
but many of the latter have learned to
work now , and well , and the present
influx nro nearly all of the steady-
"In your judgment which will prove
the greatest future factor towards
Montana's wealth , mining , grazing or
agriculture ? "
" 1 hat's a hard question to answer
authoritatively since a development
has not yet boon reached from which
absolute facts can bo deducted. In
my judgment agriculture will take
first place , grazing next and mining
last , out who can tell into what the
mines may develop'/ / They nro yet
comparatively in their infancy. "
TUB POLITICAL STATUS AND OUTLOOK.
"I know of no one bettor posted
thereon than yourself. Mr. Sanders ,
what ia the political aspect of affairs
in Montana ? "
"That's another hard question to
answer. Montana is regarded as n
democratic territory and it has so
voted I know , but I firmly believe
that wo can make it republican. Sixty
per cent , of the immigrants are of that
political persuasion nnd then the Missourians -
sourians and Irish , who vote the dem
ocratic ticket and support each other
for pflico , etc. , are really about as con
genial ns a Chinaman nnd a hoodlum.
My belief is that the republicans will
elect a delegate to congress this fall.
Maginnis ( the present delegate ) has
said , nnd said in writing , that he
wouldn't vbo a candidate , but
they all say that , you know.
Any other man they could put up
wo could boat easily , and I think wo
can beat him. Maginnis is nt heart a
republican , served bravely u a fed
eral soldier and supported the Union
heartily. A largo part of his con
stituents wore disunion men in the
civil war , and in their hearts are so
yet. Lots of them carried muskets
on the southern side. Of courao Ma
ginnis is for those who elected him.
Ho is really the only resident in Mon
tana who has represented her in Wash
ington , and there is a dearth of men
who have the requisite knowledge of
political affaire , who know men and
manners in and about the seat of the
nation. But I repeat my statement
that the present outlook is for n re
publican majority in Montana next
TUB QUESTION OF STATEHOOD.
"How about application for admis
sion to statehood1
"If on enabling act wore passed to
morrow I believe that by the time a
constitution had been framed Mon
tana would have enough people to en
title it to admission. Certainly in
two years at farthest wo shall bo ask
ing for the toga of a full-fledged state.
I tell you our people want it ; they
want to govern themselves , The ter
ritorial form of government ia a con
stant and ever prebont disrespect to
our intelligent people. Carpet baa-
jjers are sent to rule over us , ( I'll
except the judges , who seem to have
identified themselves with the people )
and decent folks hold nloof from
them , recognizing that part uf their
expected duties is to spy out our
actions and report. I was in Wash
ington n short time ago , and apropos
of this admission question I'll
toll you what I heard thcro
from very high authority. Thus
reads the handwriting on the
wall , 'Tho chances for Dakota's _ admission -
mission during this term are slim , '
and this is recognized. Something
must bo done , and this is the scheme.
Lot some representative Montana
man Maginnis , probably , nnd he'd
do it quick enough go to the lenders
of the opposition iind say , 'Soo hero ,
what's the use of this fight against
Dakota's admission. You'vo given i *
away that the objections are purol.
partisan and are runlly thus down on
the records. You may stave thi
thing elf , but it's ' bound to como
Dakota has the people and the right :
now , yield gracefully and say , if Da
kota , why not Montana ? The lattei
has , or soon will have , sufficient pop
illation , and as it is Democratic it wil
offset Republican Dakota. ' Whi
knows ? Maybe n scheme like tha
would work first rate.
"Suppose Montana should turn ou
republican after the plan was consum
mated ? "
"Ay , there's the rub. That makes
'em pause. "
THE RAILWAY rilOSPECIH.
"What predictions can you make or
certainties give upon the railroad out' '
look ? "
"Tho Northern Pacific will bo completed
ploted to the Pacific coast next year ,
and 700 miles , a third of the whole
distance , runs through Montana.
Owing to the perennial howl raised by
Duoll , Hurlbut and other newspaper
men about the 'unfulfilled contract
tractn 'lapsed land grant ,
etc. , the management of" that
road is hampered and is bonding its
energies to the early completion of
the main line , to the exclusion of
many feeders and branches wlu'ch
would otherwise have boon built syn
chronously. But I believe during the
present year n branch 100 miles long
will bo built from Bozeman to tha
Yellowstone National park , another of
150 miles from Billings to Fort Benton -
ton and a fifty-mile spur from Qarri-
ion to Batto. Probably a branch will
ilso bo run from Helena to Benton
ind Sun riyor. The Union
Pacific , within this year or
the next will build 200
miles of branches , taking in Helena
and the national park. Wo have
jrcat hopes that the St. Paul , Minno
ipplia & Manitoba will reach the
Milk river country , Assinniboino nnd
Benton , trending northwestward from
Port Buford , and our hopes suggest
that this corporation cannot como too
loon. Wo want mechanics In Mon
tana , whore miners , cattlo-raiaors and
merchants are now so largely in the
majority , and artificers como with the
railroads nnd stay when it is completed
Mr. Sanders talks rapidly and well ,
ind attributes no little of his faculty
) f expression to newspaper experience
gained in Ohio , in bygone days , when
: ho editor of his town paper leaving
for all time af tiir n big spree , ho , then
* young law student , was called upon
to don the weighty role of oditoriaf
lena of thoiiRnmiH of dollars are oqunnd
Bred yo.irly upon traveling quacks , whoc <
from town to town iirofetuiiHg to euro nl
the ills that our poor humanity in heir to ,
Why will rot the public learn comm r.
seme , and If they nro millering Tom < ly -
[ lepulii or liver complaint , invest n dollar
n -PIIINO UI.OBBOM , Hold by all drnggiats
Mid Indorsed by the inculty. See teat- )
iioiiluls. 1'rloo GO cents , trial bottlcH lO
: ontn. 28-dlw
fho Gopuor and tuo Prnlrlo Squirrel
As those names are given to the
lame animals in many parts of the
vest , Mr. Charles Aldrioh writes nn
trticlo in The Iowa Homontend with n
'iow of correcting the popular error ,
[ n it ho says :
The fact ia , the gophers nnd ground
iquirrol belong to dilToront nnd widely
oparntod genera , and there is nothing
n common between them. The gopher
s an underground worker , like the
nolo , and is seldom seen abroad in
ho daylight. It is , moreover , a vog-
itarian , Jiving for the most part upon
ho roots it finds in its underground
ravels though it no doubt takes in
uch grubs , worms and like "small
cor" as may como in its way. In un >
ottlod prairie regions its principal diet
0 doubt , consists of the roots of the
ativo grasses and woods , being ospe
[ ally fond of the tubers of the wild
rUchoke. NVhoro it burrows in cul-
voted fields it makes sad havoc with
10 tame grasiea and clover , not only
y devouring the roots , but by throw-
ig up largo heaps of dirt which cover
irgp spaces and smother out the vog-
tation. Then they dig their passage-
ays so near the top of the ground
lat a horse or cow , and often a man
ill break through , The result of
its is they nro capable of doing dam-
50 to meadows. They are also very
on true live in an orchard , as they fre
uontly devour all the roots of an
iplo tree and one never knows what
toy are doing until the tree begins to-
an to one side and is about ready to
ill. In the spring of 1880 wo lost a
Dzeu choice young trees , just ready
1 come into bearing , from the wicked
ork of these destructive posts , One
irnorof the orchard seemed to bo
loir particular abiding place , and it
most impossible to keep an apple
oo a-growiug on about an acre of
Thfiy sometimes destroy potatoes in
10 hills , but this to no very serious ,
( tent. Again , they burrow up tin-
or a shock of wheat , oats or corn ,
nd if it is loft standing for some tirnn
ill completely ruin it. Tlinir favor-
o moans of locomotion seems to be
> dig their way through the ground ,
hica they do wfth great rapidity. If
| ioy como to a hard roadbed they dig
ight through it , often piling up their
eaps of dirt in the wagon tracks. If
gopher is caught fuat by ono of his
jro feet in n stool trap , and is loft to
iminlf , ho will dig a liolo in the
round with the other foot and disap-
ear , trap and all , in a very few mm-
too. The strength in their powerful
ore-paws , jaws , and shoulders is
narvelous , Captured , they are
Iways ready for a fight , nud they are
apablo of biting very savagely.
This animal is called the pouched
at , or pocket gropher , from the fact
hat ho has on each side of his face a
ery curious pouch or pocket , extend-
ng backward or downward , nearly or
| uite to the shoulder. In these little
haversacks they sometimes carry the :
food though many people beliov
they convey the dirt in them < rhic
they remove from ti cir holes. 0
two occasions we have found green
gross in these pockets , so wo do no
accept the other idea. The ;
doubtless go out and gather greo :
lood in the night , though in rare in
stances wo have scon ono abroad in
daylight but this is very unusual. Les
is probable known to > ho naturalist
concerning the life-history of th
pouched gopher than any other of ou
mammals for the reasons that the ;
live so exclusively under ground nnc
are so difficult to capture nnd keep ii
captivity. Few naturalists in five
wo know of none have oversooi
a b.iby gophor. Little if anything i
known of their habits in winter. The ;
nro said to have , down in the nutner
ous , winding nnd most intrt
cnto labyrinths of their bur
rows , lying-in-hospitalo , granaries
or storehouses , sleeping apart
monta , and water-closets. Wo are
prepared to1 believe all this for they
are neat , sleek , handsome , well-fed
sharp , alert , knowing animals , nnd it
building their homes would not bo tip
to omit any of the modern improve
ments , or forget any inherited experiences
porionces of their ancestors. In fact ,
ono of our near neighbors in plowing
through a gopher mound turned up to
the light ono day a half n bushel or
more of the tubers of the wild arti
choke nnd wo have heard of other
instances so that the granary qucs
tion may bo regarded as settled. Some
day the other mailers may bo success
The true pourched gopher ( Goomys
bursarius ) wo would destroy outright
if possible , for no good can bo credited
up to them and they do n vast deal ol
damage. Wo have tried shooting nnc
trapping them with varying success ,
but scmo of the old chaps seem to "bo
too sharp for any thing" in those direc
tions. There is ono moans , howcvo ,
which scorns to bo perfectly sure , and
that is poison , These animals are
very fond of sweet potatoes. Our
plan ia to cut n sweet potato into
small pieces , nnd into these make
small holes in which wo put a little
strychnine. By digging down be
tween the little heaps of dirt which
they throw up , ono can readily find
their galleries or underground roads.
Ti o poisoned roots are placed in
these ways and the holes tilled up.
When this ia well done you will sel
dom bo troubled any more by these
mischievous rodents , and n gopher
town will become n "silent city. "
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in use ia
'I'lioMAa' KI.KCTIUO OIL , bccauso no Uttls
of it is required to effect a euro. For
croup , diphtheria , nnd disease of the
lungs and throat , whether used for bath
Ing the chest or throat , for taking intern
ally or iuhallng , it is a matchless com
Doh Fook's Obsequies.
Deh Fook , a Chinese laundrymnn ,
who had been in this country twelve
years , died in Now York the other
day of consumption. Ho was a con
spicuous member of a sort of Free
At 2 o'clock , says The Sun , two or
three hundred Chinamen crowded
around James Nnughton's undcrtnk
ing rooms in Mott street , where the
dead body of Deh Fook
lay. A bnnd played funeral airs ,
nnd n dozen Chinamen bent tom
toms. Nuarly every brio present wns
smoking n cigar. The colliu was
taken from the undertaker's rooms to
the middle of Mott street directly in
front of the Chinese club house ,
where it was placed alongside of n
tnblo laden with funeral baked meats.
Every Ohinamnn in the crowd put on
nn apron nnd decorated his blnck felt
hat with ribbons. A red flag with
Chinese characters on it was hold in
the hand of an aged Ohinamnn at the
head of the cofiin until there wns n
break in the noises , when it was handed
to n young man , who took up his po
sition nt the foot. Molt street wns
filled with a shouting crowd , who
jeered at the Chinamen. No ono at
tempted to go inside the lines formed
about the cofiin. Subsequently a
platoon of police came and preserved
urdor. After another tune by the
band , much beating of tom-toms , and
the talking of three Chinamen who
seemed to bo repeating prayers , the
Bofl'm was put in the hearse and the
Chinamen marched in procession to the
Grand street furry , protected by the
police , There they got into forty car
riages nnd crossed to Williamsburgh.
\ crowd mot them thoro. Tito ngod
Dhinaman and the young man with
; ho rod flag rode in the carriage next
iho hoarse. These beating tom-toms
ollowod next. Deputy Shorift Tom
iioo sat in n carriage in nbouttho mid-
110 of the line , There was some sharp
Iriving along Broadway , with gongs
) eating and flags and streamers flying.
In the cemetery of the evergreens
noonso was burned ever the remains ,
> revisions for the dead wore loft , and
> rayors were said , Deh Fook lies in
; rave No. 5 of the Celestial plot.
) nly five persons besides the Chinese
ooked on. Superintendent Jennings ,
if the cemetery , said if ho had al-
owed the burial to take place on Sun-
lay afternoon the crowds would have
ramplcd over graves and grass plots ,
trokon grave stones and done other
lam x in their effort a to see the Chi-
We cinnnt help noticing I he liberal offer
uadtt to all iiivifida uiid bulTvreri by Dr.
Cing'a New Discovery for Uououmptlon.
fou am lequcatid to fall at 11. 1 < \ liood.
UHII'S Drug Store , and fi > t n Trial Dottle
r ocott , If y > u are suffering wltii Con.
uuiptlim , Severe Couglm , OoUU , Asthmn ,
InnchitU , Hay 1'evur , Lo * of Voice ,
lo imeneus , nr nny affe tion of the Throat
r Lim'ii. , It will poeithtly cure you.
fo Nervous Sufferers
THE QREAt EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr , J. 13. Simpson's Specific
It 1s a IHMIIIVO euro lor Bperinatoirbca , Bomlna
feoknius , Iinpotaucy , and all dlseasue rceultlaj
rom Belt-Abuse , as Mental Anxiety , Loasi
li-tuory. Pains In the Back or Side , and diseases
iT-TiT I * 77mT that lead to
insanity an ,
. early grave
tot Ireo to Ml. Write lot them ad get lull | i.
I'rlce , bpcciao , (1.00 per pck ie , Dr li p * V >
.KOt.forUyOO. Addruu all Older * to
D. BIltbON lir.UlCINE CO.
Noi. 104 fttid 106 Mala Bt. DutUlo , N. t.
SoH In Omaha by O. t. Qooduun , J. W. Doll ,
I. K. lib , and all JnuirliUnerywbcro.
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Baobicho , Soreness of the Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sere Throat , Swell-
inas and Sprains , Burns and
Scalds , General Bodily
Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frostet
Foot and Ears , and all other
Pains and Ache * .
Hi FrrparaMon on rtrth squats Bi. Jicoil Ol
M a / > , fttrr , tlmplf and rhtap Extern *
tVsmedy. A trial entails but the comptratlvd ;
Maine outlay of 60 Cfnts , and every on * suffer-
! ) [ with pain can bav * cheap and poslUva r
I Its claims. J
Directions In Eltven lnpisf * 7
OLD BY ALL DR'iTOaiSTB ANl/DEilBUB
IN MEDICINE. .
A. VOGELER A : CO. .
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner Fourth and I.ocnit Directs.
STI * . X.OX ) CSS , 3KCO.
J.H. HURST , - > Prop
Rooms , 75c , 81 , nnd $1,60 Pnr Day ,
Anelrgant Ho-Uunnt hconuncted with thii
louse where meal are ( ivedatrcasonabl prices
Open day and night , m-IO n
D. M. WELTY
( Successor to D. T. Mount )
Manufa lurcrand Dea'er In
Saddles , Hirness , Whips
FANCY HORSE CLOTHING
Robes , Dusters and Turf Goods
ol . < 1,1 , DESCRIPTIONS.
Agent fo.Jaa. . R. Hill & Co.'s
'The Best in The World. "
Ordcrj Solicited. OMAHA , NEB
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
A Corn Guaranteed.
Dr. E. 0. WcspK Nerve and Urain Treatment
A opeclQc ( or Hyutorla , Dlziincas , Convulsions ,
Nervous Headache , Mental Depression , Lous ol
Jcmory,8 | iiiuatorrbaaIinriotoiiy , Iinolnntarj
Emissions , Premature Old Auo , caused > > y ovcr-
xcrtlon , solf-abuso , or over-Indulgence , which
cads to inlnory , decay and death. One box will
uro recent cases. Ea h box contains ono month's
reatment. One dollar a box , or HX boxen tor
flve dollars ; sent by mall prepaid on receipt ol
irlce. Wo guarantee tlx boxes to cure any cso
Vlth each order received by ua ( or nix boxes , ac-
ompanled with flvo dollars , will send the pur-
baser our written guarantee to return the
money II the treatment does not effect a cure.
O. F. Goodman , Drunrlet , Sola , Wholesale and
roRUl Agent , Omaha , Neb. Orders by mail at
PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
A Sure Cure Found at Lastl
Aiurecuro lor Ullnd , UleeiflnK , itching ; and
loeratod Hllei hw boon discovered by Dr. Wll-
lam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr. Will tin's
ndlan Ointment. A single box baa cured the
worstchronlc cones of 8601 BO years standing. No
ne need suffer flve minutes alter applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions , instru
ments and electuarltm do more harm than good ,
William's Ointment nlworbs the tumors , allays
he Intense Itchlnjr , ( partlculaaly at night after
ettlng warm In bed , ) acbi ad | xmltlce , gives In-
nt and palnleea rallrf , and Itproparod only for
lie * . Itching ol the private parw , and for noth
Head what the Hou. J. U , Ccffinberry of Clove-
and says about Dr. William's Indian Pile Oint
ment : I have tued score * ol 1'llos euros , and II
iffords mo n casum to say that I have never found
nythlne welch gave sucn Immediate and perrna
eut relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment.
If 01 sale by all druggkts or mailed on receipt
rloo , 11.00.
11.00.HENHY & COM Prop'r ,
OUVIUID , Onio.
tot sale by 0. F1 Goodman.
QRAY'S SPECIFIC MTJDICINE
ody. An un
rbca , Impotency -
ency , and all
o AFTER TAIIMI.
elf-Abuse ; as Lous of Memory , UnUernal Lassl-
ude , Pain In the Uack , Dlmneaa ol Vision , i're
uaturo Old Age , and many other Diseases that
cad to Insanity or Couiumptlon and a 1'rema-
O"Full particulars In our pamohlet , which
a desire to send frco 1 v mall to every one ,
aTTtio Specific aledlclno Is sold by all druggists
t f 1 per package , or fl pack\es for ti , or will
e sent free by mall on reel ptol the money , by
iddrosolog T1IEORA JKUIUINECO. .
Bnflalo , N. r.
OUN BTalLIR , IIOSIS UCUtlir ,
President. Vice I'rea't.
W , a. Diuuii , Sec. andTreas.
Lincoln , Nab.
Corn Planters , Marrows. Farm Roller * ,
ulk Hay Rakes , Ducket Elevating Wind
We are prepared to do job work and manut
urlrg for other parties.
Addrtw all orders
NtliKABKA UANUFACTUU1NQ CO. ,
. 'WllSt. n" CAnOUl" fyr Ladies only.
II > on suffer from Dytpernla , uw
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II you arc afflicted with Biliousness , mo
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II you are prostrated with lick Hcml&che , take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
II your Bowels are disordered , regulate them with
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II your Blood ti mpure , purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you bare Indigestion , you will hndan antldot
In BUBDOCK BLOOD BITTERS ,
II you r troubled with Spring Complaint * , cr
adlcato them Kh BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS ,
Ifyonr LItcrb torpid , restore Itto hcAlthynctlo
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
II your Liter Is affected , jou will nnd a uro reiterative <
iterative In BUHDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you bare any ipcclog of Humor or PiuipU , fal
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you hare any aymptonu of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Soroa , a curative remedy will bo found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Imparting strength and vitality to the y -
torn , no thing can equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS ,
For Ncrvoua and General Debility , ton * np thi
yst m with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Price. 1.00 oei Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Ctt
FOSTEE , MILBUBfl , & Oo , , Props
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold al wholesale by lib fc UcMahon and 0. T.
Goodman. ) a 27 eod-me
if YOU ari > % man > lt yau
f roan of Irv
, ncd ty the strain or ter * tolling o
your duties avoid nlRhl work , to rei
itlinulantnand u * tore brain nerrrand
Hop Bitters ) . arte UH > Hop B.
I f you are jocm sr and j B suffering from MIT ( i
dlsciHIon or dlsjlpal Etlun ; If you nro roar-
rlod ol blRRlo , old or I iie. ulTc'rlnfr free
porhraltb or languish I on a bed ? lica
uesi , rely on Hop | 1 Bitter * .
Whoever yon arc. i Tliouunas oie AXI-
whenever you feel mially from > m
that your system JInn J I form f ( ! une ,
> disease chat mlvbt
Inn or tln : have been pr i rntva
wlthoutnfojcalfni7 , I bTB timely use of
prpa'a , Mdnev Del. O
or ui-miry com- Ills
ot th * tromacA , HOP jlbio and cnre Irreslita- foi
( wtrcjk , blood , lldninkvmiost ) .
You will be tobacoo , or
cured If youHse 11 narcotic * .
, . Sold brdrop.
If you are tun-
ply weak and gists. Sou ) far
low spirited , try NEVER llClmilur
it i It may I
life. It Una B-ra co. ,
saved hun | BMhnflt.T
dreds. I A Toronto , OoU
Disease l an ( licet , not a cause. Its origin U
within ; Its manifestations ultliout. Hence , to
cure the disease the CAUUEmust bo removed , and
in no other u ay can a euro ever > o elTeottd.
XVARNER'S SAFEKIDNDY AND
LIVKR. CORE Is established on ju t tms
| ulncljie. | U rvalizcgthat
96 Per Cent.
of all diseases arlro from deranged kidneys and
Ihcr , audit sttlkcs at once at the root of the
illlllculty. The elements of which It Is composed
ict directly upon iheso great organs , both as a
FOOD aid RE8TORXR , nnd , by placing them In a
r.calthy , condition , drlre disease and pain from
For the Innumerable trcub'cs caused by un
healthy Kidneys , Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the dutrcsslnor Dlsordersof Women ; for Malaria ,
mi physical derangements generally , this great
rem dy ha < no equal. Unraro of Impostora , Im-
tatioi s and concoctions said tn be lust as k'ood.
or nale by tJl dealers.
H. H. WARNER & CO. ,
m" _ Rochester , If. Y.
Among the medicinal means of arresting disease ,
lostttttr'n Stomach hitters utaiids pre-eminent
t checks the further progress of all disorders of
ho stomach , ll\er and bowels , retUcstho > ltal
tainlna , pr > cuts and ro i edict chills and lexer ,
ncrcuscstho activity of the kldnejn , cpunteracUa
endency to rheumatism , nnd Is a genuine stay
ind toloco to aged , Infirm and ner\ou pcnons ,
For sale by all druggUtt and dealeis generally
al to ml
< ENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
PhD Most Successful Remedy ever dlscov
red , as It Is certain In Its effects and dies not
illstcr. HKAD PllOOK UUI.UW. Alto excellent
or human flesh.
PROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Washlngtcmllle , Ohio , June 17 , 18S1 , D .
I. J. IU.SD.tLL , tCo. : Qeuti Keadlni ; your ad-
ertlsument In Turf , Kleld and Farm , of your
icndill'ii Spavin Cure , a d havmg a valuable
nd s.ocdy . her < which had bfen lame from
| uvln for fclglteen month ? , I sent lo you for a
ottlo by eijiresj , which 11 six weeks remavtd
11 lamenrw and enlargement and a larg * spl'nt '
rom another horse , and both horses are to-aay
( bound as cottj. The one battle was worth to
IB one hundred dollars. Ilesp tfully
O'irs , II. A. UlBTOtKTT , ii. I )
Send for Illustrate 1 circular giving positive
roof. 1'riceSl. All DruvKUts have U or tan
ctUfor you. Dr. 1) . J , Kendall & Co * . 1'ro-
rlctors.fenosburgh Falls , Vt. "
JOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ,
Forty > tarn ( rial wijito\wi"BLACK
jRAUGtyg ; the bcj. liver mcdiciu iv
e VK -
\VB. MILLARD. . 1J , JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1111 PARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peek & Baushers Lard , and Wilber Mills Flour ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
OMAHA 1SATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
STEELE , JJHMSON & GO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS MD MMAGTURED TOBACCO.
igenta for BKHWOOD BAILS AND Limit & BAKU POWDEB 00
HENRY LEHMANN ,
W * r
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
108'FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IH
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS. BLINDS , MOLDINGSILHV1E , CEMENT
JP8TATE AGENi FOB MILWAUKEE CKIISNT COUP ANY |
Near Union Pacific Depot , - - OMAHA NEB
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE MILLINERY AND MMS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET. .
Spring Goods Eoceiving Daily and Stock very nearly. Domplete
-MAKERS OF THE-
Finest Silver Plated Spoons and Fork
The only andfj ttlonal plato that
original firm of |
' ia giving for Instance
R o g o r B Bros.
All our Spoona ,
Forks and plated Spoon a
Knives plated triple thloknesa
with the groatoat
plate nly on
of care. Each
the a e o 11 o s
lot being hang
on a scale while where expo d
bolng plated , to to wear , thereby
Innuro a fall deposit -
making a single
posit of silver on
them.Wo wear as long asa
Wo would call
a triple plated
tion to our BOC- one ,
Rival. Orient *
All Orders lo Ibe West should be Addressed to
. B , HUBERMANN : ,
Wholesale Jewefer ,
OMAHA - NEB
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MACHINERY , BKLTINO , HOSE , BRASS AND IRON FTrnNQS FIFE , BTUs
PACKING , AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.i _ ji
IALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCHIAND.SCHOOL BELLS
A SRANG 205 Fa St. , Omaha
Wholesale Lumber ,
Ho , 1408 Parnham Street , Omaha ,
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