Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 28, 1882, Image 2

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THE DAILY BEE : WEMESDAY , JUNE 23 183 ? . .
STATE JOTTINGS.
There Is only one tola fountain In raw-
nee City.
Three-fifths of the legM voter * of Goupcr
county linvo petitioned the commUstonera
to call n county seat election.
A youne mnn of Hlftlr says : "The play
of the 'Hi-Men Hand1 Is n good one , but
the 'hidden fool" Is more interesting to
him. "
The West Point HspuUlcua of Innt
week contained an cstray notice , n pnrl of
which reads M follows : "A gr.iy mare
-half home , with sore on left shoulder. "
The Otoe lauds cannot come Into market
till" fall , as the bill lim be n atnendcil hy
the house and will hare to 1)8 concurred In
by the cenate , which " 111 not bo nccom *
pitched this session of congresi ,
Deputy Treasurer Jay paid on S'atiir-
day the List isgislereu warrant on the
county general fund. This Is the first
lime hiucc tin county win organi/ed that
the rcghter 1ms Ijoen clear. [ Oaccolft
Iteconl.
Thomas Clark , n nix.year-old son of Sir.
John Chrk while playing Tuesday evening -
ing , stepped uiinn a nharp xtlck thai rnu
into the ball of his foot nearly two Inches.
The parents trlrd to pull the stick nut nnd
coulcl not , hut broke It ofl in the foot. Dr.
Holladay WM called , nnd after some cut
ting extracted the snag which was Inr e ns
n pipe stem and nn inch nnd a hnlf long.
[ lirownvillo Granger.
A boy , about fourteen years of ngc , 0111-
ployed at lOank Kent1 * , n fcwmlloa Hotith-
east of town , mysteriously disappeared
about two weeks ago. He started In the
morning to go fishing in the river , taking
his dinner with him and Intending tu xtay
all day. Ho has not been seen or heard of
Rlnco , The IMV win ft stranger hero and
had I cen working for Air. K nt nboutotx
woolen. He was a very quiet and well be-
havd bo7 , and was apparently well pleas
ed with hlii homo. Not having any reason
for running away , Mr. Kent conclude * the
boy must have bean drowned. Ited Cloud
Argua.
On last Friday afternoon , quite n Hltlo
excitement wan CAiised la town by the dis
covery of n peculiar Blupod cloud in the
northeast , which was pronounced by many
to bo a water-spout , i'lom T , II , Saun-
dent wo learn that it was n tornado. It
passed over the northwest corner of Duller
county , about four miles east of Mr. Saun-
dera' ( arm , which Is near the line , A cow.
was carried bodily for nome llttlo distance
by the wild and killed. In some places
the wind cut n furrow through plowed
land to the depth of two mid one-half feot.
It cuuio In contact with no buildings or
wo ml ht bo called upon to chronicle
nomothing of a BcrlouH nature. Osceola
Kccord. .
Henry Wangncrjlvlngfour miles southeast -
east of town , wan alarmo 1 about 0 o'clock
Monday night by the flare of lire , upon
getting up no discovered bin shed contain
ing his machinery to be on Tiro. It was
covered with cane pumice , and was ( set on
fire by Home one. Ilia horde's were staked
out and one was misaing at time of fire ,
this horse returned about three bourn after
the fire coming from the west , well warmed -
ed up and evidently It had been ridden
hard. The presumption Is the sinner that
set out this fire rode the horse oil far
enough to get out of danger of pursuit
llcnry lost a solf-bicdor , hay raka and
Boeder. Thl * loss came heavy , as tliu In-
Ruranoi will cover only wiiat the tnachln-
cry was worth at the time of fire , and ho
will have to buy the amo now , and pay
the difference-Blue Hill Times.
A few nights since , near Now Castle ,
Dixou county , an attempt was made to rob
the re idonc of a widow woman , Mrs. I/ .
S. Ulskop. She happened to bo a way from
homo leaving two small children in tlmrgo
of two young ladies. After the latter had
retired for the night , nn unknown man
broke Into the house , and entering the
sleeping room of the girls caught oae of
them by the hair , and utt inptcd to catch
the other by the throat. The Klrlaacream *
, od and fought , and the follow becoming
frlghUned by the riwJSet they made Jump ,
ed out of a window and escaped. lie was
dlsguUed by having a cloth over bis face
and a sheet wrapped around his form , A
few daya previous Mrs. Bishop drew a sum
of money from the bank at 1'onol , and it
Is presumed that this Is what he was after.
-Jbljur Olty Journal.
Fred. Woorth. the deaf and dumb print
er of The VolkabUtt office , came near tak
ing up his journey to that mysterious
country from whose bourne no traveller
returns , on last Friday while bathing in
the mill race. He jumped Into water over
his head and being unable to awim , would
hava drowned , bad not naslatance been
cloaa at hand. As It wai he had a narrow
escape , Willie Malchow wtnt firit to his
assistance , but Wcurth with that frenzy
peculiar to arownlngpcople grabbed young
Malchow and they both went down. Hen
ry Baas , a stout-limbed boy , then jumped
Into the water and after strenuous effort
got both to land after Worth had gone
down for the third time. The German
printer will doubtless be more cartful the
next time he goea swimming , West Point
Republican.
The people of .dtanton had the pleas
ure , though tinged with alight fear , of
watching the formation and dissolution of
a email cyclone on laat Friday afternoon ,
at about four o'clock , A black cloud hovered -
ored about three miles south and n little
eaat of town , and apparently was the meet
ing point of two air currents. The atten
tion of the observers was kept rivaled on
this cloud by noticing that a black ball
was whirling In the cloud , growing denser
and denser each second. Shortly this ball
Battled to the lower edge of the cloud , and
then It assumed the appearance of a fun
nel , gradually lengthening out toward the
ground. Several times It drew back to.
ward the clcud , and would then stretch
out again longer than before , Movlug
gracefully through the air , it reminded
every one of an elopbnnl'H trunk. It ex
tended downward probably sixty loot , and
was within ono huudred feet of thoftruund ,
The end appeared to bo revolving In n epi.
ral form , nnd viry rapidly. Tuen about
one-third of It became detached and lit in
uinong the lilllu. Bonding up a great col
umn of dtut , and the remainder twisted
itself back into the cloud. Lew Ley , who
wai wlthm hulf n , mile of the black mons
ter , and such it really appeared , hoard the
roaring sound which characterized the cy
clone Uat fall , and immediately uftcr the
detached portion btruclc the ground the
wiud wan uo strong that ho thought It
would capbUe his buggy. It was a grand
night , and ono that will always bo remeni *
bcred ,
Farm , Qartlon mid Orchard.
J. J , 1'ettin bheared from his 101 fine
wool sheep 1,000 ponndu or nearly 10 to
the head , [ LJlalr Kcpubllcan ,
The Columbus Crtninory In turning out
] rom four to nix hundred p umli of hutter
A day , and expect In a few \\eeks to iu
crease tu one thoiuaud pounds n day.
A severe hnll storm did conilderable
damage to crops in the northwest part of
1'latte couuty , St. lierunrd ami Humphrey
belug in Ha course. The extent of damage
is not yet kfluwii ,
T. M , Gibson and Oarloa Gibson arrived
a abort time egp from New Mexico \vith
about ten acres of rhrep , They are having
them sheared at their ranch northeast of
WlUonvIlle , Beaver City Time * .
The hardest "kicker * " we have heard ol
lately are those fanucra who sold their con.
laet tall for SO cents a bushel and arc now
paying GJceuti for'tho same to feed.
[ Maduou'ChrouIcle.
Martin Ander on sends us in a sample of
rj e six feet nine and one half fnche * lilgb ,
Thla > wu raised on the divide lauds , Mr.
G. A. Hunter not * him a little better
with n tample tlx feet eleven inches high.
Next ! Iiidlanola Courier.
J , L. Frame beats the world nn pot a
toe * . He planted about two-thlrdi ) of n
bushel , aud they , while not appearing
above the ground , consequently are bug
proof , havu good large new potatoes
formed already , [ Ited Cloud Chief ,
The barbers Bay it doetu't take hulf at
long to fcbavo a fanner as it did a month
, The Agricultural '
ago geutleinau'n fac >
bat shortened up nix inched if we are to
believe the tonrorial artist , and all on BC
count i f the splendid show for corn.
Pawnee Enterprise ,
Several farmers are trying for the f25
premium offered by the directors of the
a'awnee County Agricultural nd Mechan
ical association for the be t five acres of
corn , Mined In the county during this sea-
( ion , There ought to be a , ncore or more
of competitors. Pawnee Enterprise.
Judging from r cample branch pruned
from n peach trees In J. 1) . Scbock's orch-
nrd , the t > cnch crop will be enormous , On
one twig a foot long there were twelve well
formed nnd good-sized peaches. Mr.
Schock has nbotit two hundred trees and
nil loaded with fruit. Blue Springs Motor.
It is n novel sight to see hogs herded
like cattle nnd sheep ; but the hign price of
corn has drhen many farmers to try the
experiment , nnd we are glad to stnto It la
proving ery succe nful , Hogs nro doing
nicely on the range , thus testifying to the
fnct that "nil flesh Is grnss. " Blooming-
t'ni Guard ,
Probably the honor of havlnir the best
pardon in Ptirnai county belongs to Jake
Htruvo , nt Oxford , who ban about twenty
acres planted to nil kinds of vegetable * ,
which nto looking remnrknblo well. Ho
has nlro planted n , largo quantity of fruit
trees nnd shrabbcry , nil of which nro being
nrtlflclally watered by his windmill ,
Arapahoe Pioneer ,
Sheep-shearing Is noxv in full blast in
our county , nnd reports from flock owners
nrn to the effect tlmt fleeces will nveraga n
trifle lighter than provioun years In consequence
quence of so much wet , cold weather. Our
wool clip for this sei'oii will aggregate ful
ly one hundred nnd fifty thousand pi mule ,
and next year , it i < predicted , will almost
double the above amount , Arapahoe
Pioneer.
How much will corn grotv in twenty-
four bourn , with such weather as wo had
last week ? A farmer who has experiment
ed , sayn three inches , Another elves ns n
good way to meiuuro corn the following :
Group the stalk of corn In the hmid , draw
It up to IU full height , cut off nnuare the
tips of nil loaves , The two outside leaven
will not grow nnd In twenty-four hours
you can repent the operation and find out
just how muih the stalk has prown by
comparing the inside leaves that have
grown with the out'ido that Imvo not.
Pawnco Enterprise.
M. 8. Malony , of Belvidero , 111 , , who is
Interested In n largo tlicep ranch n few
mllo4 southeast of town , came in Monday
night. Hois enthusiastic over the crop
prospect in Nebraska and thinks Nebraska
tanners ought to bo I ho happiest iiiortaln
on oarth. Largo district * In Illinois and
portions of Iowa through which ho passed ,
will remain uncultivated thin year in consequence -
sequence of tboils. Ho predicts n largo
emigration to Nebraska from other states
within the next few months. The readers
of the Argus will remember that Mr. Ma-
lony last winter hail n largo silo construct
ed on his shoe ] ) ranch nnd he is hero for
the purpose of txamlnlng the structure
nnd directing sonio dctnllH about filling it.
Ho has purchnsod the machinery for cut
ting the cnuilnge , IU cnpnclty being ton
tonu per hour. Ho thlukn 50 cents per
ton will cover the cost of the ensilage in
the silo. Mr. M. hnu thoroughly investi
gated the subject of ensilage nnd of hi * ul
timate RUCCOSS with llio experiment here ,
wo have littleuKibt.- Cloud Argus.
Tito Boniid Unloosed.
Chns. Thompson , Frnnklln street , Buf
falo , says : "limve Buffered torn long time
with constipation , and tried almost every
purgative advertised , but only resulting In
temporary relief , nnd after 'constipation
still moro aggravated. " I was told about
your Si-mxa BMHSOM and tried it , I can
now say I am cured , and though some
months have elapsed , still remain so , I
shall , however , always keep some on hand
in case of oM complaint returning , " Price
CO cents ; trial bottle 10 cents.
NEBRASKA CITY.
A Town With Ono Railroad. Its Ad
vantages and Disadvantages.
Corroipondonce of The Dee ,
NEBKASKA CITY , Juno 20. Ne
braska Oity is rooognizod as ono of
the old and reliable towns in the state
and this la too well known to need any
description. Depending largely upon
the country for its support It la at this
time of the year rather quiet. Farmers
are too busy to go to town if it can bo
avoided. After the crops are har
vested Nebraska Oity always presents
a lively appearance. The older portion >
tion of the city built nearer the river
is slowly being deserted , while the
business center is gradually changing ; .
The old stores are being deserted , and
in their place wo find costly struc
tures of briok farther up town
As a stranger enters the city from the
depot ho first sees these deserted
storofl and is at once convinced that (
Nebraska Oity Is going backward , but
ho would think differently if ho would
understand that the places have boon
loft for morocommodfouaplacos ot busi
ness farther up town. As ono passes
up Main street and sees the old Soy-
moro House , with its broken windows
nnd a general appearance of decay
pwvading it , it seems like the skele
ton of departed prosperity. On the
contrary it points with pride to its
successor , the magnificent brick struc
ture farther up town , known as the
Grand Contra ! hotel.
It is unfortunate that the railroad
depot , which is itself a moat iniignill-
emit building , is so located that visi
tors are first introduced to the poorest
part of the city.
Ooiisidurnblu building is going on
and suvorul nmv firms have started
within the pust six months. Among
these is the firm of lutt & 13rauor ,
who Imvo opened a well stocked furni
ture store on Main street. As both of
of thuao gentlemen wuro formerly
connected with other houses in the
.uiit ) city , they Iwvu been nblo to
work up a very fine business.
A hotel knor/nas the U.mnim liouso
hnn boon opuncd at the corner of Main
street und Eighth. The location is
very convenient und the house is re
culvini ; a large patronage.
Husinoss men report trade as being
more brink nt present than is usual nt
this time of the yum. The business
prospect for this full is very good.
Tlioro is n grout deal of talk in the
city regarding the Inconvenience of
crossing the river. Parties wishing to
leave the town by the railroad are
uro obliged to cross the river on the
railroad transfer to East Nebraska 1
Oity at on expense of fifty cents , The
greatest objection to the system is the
timu it takes , There Is no transfer to
moot the lute train ut night and those
who cross ure obliged to hire a ekllf.
The inconvenience to traveling men is
sometimes very great. The citizens
of Nebraska City arc making un effort
to induce the railroad
to put
up a now
und moro commodious depot. It is to
bo hoped tlmt they will succeed as it
will be n great Improvement to the P.
city. A. 0. D.
Id
Buokltn'a Armcu Enlve ,
The DIMT SALVE lu the world for Cuts
liruUua , Horus , UJcerit , Bait Kheum , Fo "
rcr Sorvti , Tetter , Chapi > ed Humla , Chll =
blahut , Curni , niul nil tklu trujitlons , aud
jKiiltlv'y ' cures jillca. It in guaranteed to
give wtiifuctfoii or money refunded ,
F. 1'rice Uoodtuan , 25 ceuta per box , Fur ealo by ,0. lie.
Business Directory.
Abitnct and Real tsUt ,
JOHN L. McCAOUE , orposlts Poet Office.
W. n. BARTLETT 817 South ISth Street
Archlteeta.
E n MCNDELSSOHN , A U ,
Room U. Citighten Block.
A. T. LARGE Jr. , Iloom 2 , Culghton Block.
Uoots and bhoei.
JAMES DiVINK & CO. ,
flni Roots iml fihooi. A good MMrtmenl
loino wotk on bund , corner 12th Mid n rntr ,
tJIOS. KIUCK80.V , B. K. cor. 16th mil DongUs.
JOHN KORTUNATUS.
ll't 10th street , manufactures lo eider good waik
it iilr prices. RtrnMnr done.
tied Bprlnga.
Mannfacturer. 1817 DonrlMet.
Uooki , News and ( itallonery.
J. I. FRUKHAUP 1
Duller nd Eggi.
, theoldcrt B. nd K.
t-nUhllnlicd 1876 Om h .
OKMKAI ,
RESTAURANT ,
MRS. A. RTAN ,
nulbweit corner 16tbnd Dodire.
Ilont Eoinl ( ot the Monty.
lUIiUctlon Uu t nieeJ.
at nil Hours.
JlonrJ by the D7 , Week or Month.
Oood Terms lor Cash ,
Rnnmg Supplied.
UarrlsKot and Koaa Wasona.
iVM SNYDI'lt , Kth mil Harncv Streets.
Clothing Uoii ht.
J. IIAHlUfl it 111 nay hlghc tCashprlc ( or itccnJ
OornonlOth nd Ftrnham.
uewe era ,
JOHN BAUMER 1311 Farnhim Street.
Junk.
II. BBRTHOLI ) , lUgs > nd Metil.
Lumber Lima arid Oemont.
rOBTKIl it ORtT comer Oth nd DoucUs Stl.
Latnpa nnd ulasiware.
/ . DONNEIl ISO ) DotulM St. Good Ttlletr.
Merchant Tallort.
O. A I.INDQUE3T ,
Doe of oar moet pcpulu Mcrchint Ttllori li re-
i l\lii | { the l tc t designs ( or Spring and Summer
Jcoils ( or gentlemen's ' wear. Styllih , durable ,
lad nrlcos low as over SIB 13th bet. Doui.&Firn.
Mllllnerv.
UUfl. C. A. RIKQER , Wholeealo and Retail , Fun-
) / Good ) In great variety , Zephyrs , Can ! Boards ,
Uoclory , Gloves , CorseU , Ac. Cheapest IIouso In
IhtWrat. Purchasers eave 30 per cent. Order
IU Fifteenth Street.
r lour and Feed.
3UAIIACITY MILLS , 8th and Farnham itU. ,
iVtUhnns Broj. , proprietor ! .
Qrocera.
C. ETKVEN3 , Slsl between Cumin ; and Icti
T. A. UC311ANE , Corn 23d and Cumlng Streets.
Hardware , Iron and Steel.
OLAN & LANOWORT11Y , Wbolo ; le , lit ant1
113 Uth ttrtet
A. HOLMES corno 10th and California.
Harneia , Saddle * , &o.
D. WHIST 20 ISth St. bet Faro. & Ilirney.
Hotela
, ANFIELD HOUSE , doo. Canfleld,9th & Farnbam
OOUAN HOUSE , F. II. Gary , 813 Farnham St.
SLiVEN'S'HOTEL. F. Blavon , 10th 81.
lontheru Hotel Gus. Hamcl Oth & Loavcnwortb
rugt , Palnta and Olla.
KUIIN ft CO.
batmacleta , Fln Tana OooJs , Ooi. KID and
Oooglo ttroeta.
T.J. WUITEHOUPE.WholceiloRetail , 18thBl.
0. FIELD , 2022 North Side Cumlng Street.
PARR , DrosiflBt. lOtb and Howard Btroota.
Oentlata.
OB. PAUL Williams Ulocfc Cor. Uth & Dodge.
Ury Qooda Notloni , ttc.
JOHN H. F. LEulIANN & CO. ,
< < w Tork Dry Goods Store , 1810 and 1811 ram.
bam atrtet
L. 0. Knewold also boots and shoes A Paclflo.
Foundry.
JOHN WEARNK 4 SONS cor. Uth & Jackson at *
ruruuur * .
k W. OROBfl , Mew an * Beyond Band , rnrnltare
od Stove ? , 1114 Douglas. Hlghert cath priet
aid (01 second hand food * .
CONNER 1808 DavU at. nnt srcods * a
Fence Work * .
01IACA FENCE 00.
IUiT , IB1K84CO UltHarneyBt. , Improri
id Ice Boiet , Ircr and Wood Feocn , OOloe
Ulan. Ooanltit Pine and Walnut. >
Pawnbroker * .
ROSENFELD 10th SI. , b lat. . * Hat
Refrigerator * , Oanfleld'a Patent.
GOODMAN 1th BL btl. Pain , ft
Olgartand Tobacco.
If EOT & FRITSCDEB , mannfactnrera eland
and Wboleeale Dealtn ) n Tobaccos , ISO ! Douglas.
IT. T. LORXNZEN manoiactuiH 1118 Farnham
Florlat. ,
L , Denagbn * , plant * , art flowtra , aeeda , ooqaet *
to. N. W , cor.'lfjlh and Donrlaa atreeta.
GO To CRAIQ'a
Green House 17th and Webster strict , ( or
PlanU , Bouqueta. Flowert , Floral Deilyna fce.
Oornlc * Worlca.
Weelern Corolce Worka , llanalactnnn Iran
Oornloe , Tin , Iron and Blate Roofllng. Ordera
torn any locality promptly executed in the beat
manner. Factory and Office 1811 Ilarnejr St. I
0. SfKCIIT , Proprietor.
Galvanised Iron Cornice * , Window Capl , ltd. ,
manufactured and put up In any pan ol the
country. T. 8INHOLD 41 < Thirteenth street
Orockery.
J. DONNER ISOO Dontlaa street. Good line.
Uommlaalon Merchants.
JOHN G. WIL LIS.HU Dodge Street.
0 D. BEEMER. For detalla see large adrertlM-
ment In Dallr and Weekly.
Olvll Engineer * and Burveyor * .
ANDREW ROSEWATER. Crelghton Block ,
Town Surveys , Grade and Sewerage SyiUmi a
Specialty.
Olotning and Purnlshlng ooo > a.
OEO. II. PRTEHBON. Al o Hata , Cape , Bootl ,
Bhool Notions and Cutlery , 604 8.10th street.
Show Oaio Manufactory. ]
0. J. WILDE.
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kinds ol Show
Catoa , Upright Cases , & ' . , 1317 Casa St.
FRANK L. GERHARD , proprietor Omaha
Show Cate manufactory , 81S South 10th street ,
between Loavcnworth and Marcy. All goodi
warranted tlrtt-clin.
ovei ana mwara.
A. BURUESTER ,
Dealer In Stoves and Tlnnaie , and Manufactmei
Tin Rood and all kinds of Building Work ,
Odd Kcllowe1 Block ,
f. BONNER. 1809 Douk-Ui Ot oed and Choip.
Ucedl.
J. EVANS , Wholesale aud Retail Seed D and
CuUlratori Odd Pulloa 1UIL
Photosmpnera.
QEO. IIEVN , I'KOr ,
Gond Central Gallery ,
812 mileenth atrscl.
near Uuonlc Hall , FUit-cUM Work and Prompt
ocas guarantcen
Phyilclana * n4 Ourgeona ,
W. 0. GII1U3 , II , IX , Itoom No > , Cdlfhto
Block , Uth Blrwl.
I * . B. LEISKNIUNO , 11 , D. Ma 3Qle Block.
0. L. UAHT , M. I ) . , Kye and Ear , ppp. poitoOce
DH. L. B. Gl'.ADDV ,
Ornlltt and Aurlat , S , W Uth aud Farnbam Utt
alntlng an aper angjng.
HENRY A. KOSTKU3. Ill Podge Street.
Plumblnc , One and tlteam Fitting.
> . W. TARPY & CO. , 216 12 tit. , bet. Farnham
and Douglas. Workpromp y attended to ,
D. yiTZPATKlOK. " Uouglai Street.
Bho Oloret.
Phillip Lan HtOFatnham t \ < et IJth \ Uth
Second Hand Otore. " "
PERKINS * LEAIl. 1118 Douztaj St. New and
flwond Hand Furu ture , Houtu furnlehlng Goods.
Ac. , bomlit and aol.l on narroo marglna.
S.
Undertaker * .
OgAS. R1EWE , 10 Faruham hot , I0th ft 1UJ.
00 Cent Otorea.
. 0. BACKUS Fainham 81. . Fancy Oopdi
t)4loona.
HKNHY KAUFMANN ,
Ine new brick block on Douglii Strscj , l
| oil opened a moot elegant Bc J Hull.
Hot LQnch from 10 to IS
ovuyiUy. I !
O.UIODU " J FAIXX1NKR 678 16th Btiett.
n
ANTI.BIONOPOLY LKAUUE. ti
llliuk meiubcrthlp rolta ( or the ontl-uionpoly -
Icat-uo. cooUlalng statement of principle luctIt
bout of prvcidure and liiktructlonn bow to orgia * lor
. u 111 bea ot 011 application to Q. II. Gale , P
Uclroy , Nsb. Eoclono etauip. iuU-11
Murray Iroi forks ,
Burlingtot Iowa.
Soml Portable
Engines ,
FOR
CREAMERIES ,
FARM MILM ,
Printino :
Etc. ,
) A Specialty ,
The Largest Iron Wcking Eatablish-
mont in the Halo.
HANUFACTURRS Of
Steam Engines ,
AND
GENERAI , MAIHINERY.
The Howard Autoaatic Out-Off
Steam Enino , ,
Send ( or Circulars , m23-lm
GRAY'S BPECIFK MKOIOINE
TRADSMARK The Oufrn OI MARK
English ret-
cdy. Anu
falling cue
( or Semlnl
Wc&kncB ,
S per mate *
tllcli Impt-
oncy.anill
Dlscaacstht
BEFORE TAklNQ.so"urnc" : > 1 AFTER TAKIMB.
Soll-Atinio ; as Loea o ( Mcmoy , Universal Laaul-
tude , Pain In the Back , Ulmcea ol Vision , Premature -
mature Old Ago , and manrithor Diseases that
lead to Insanity or Conjuration and a Prema
ture Orate.
CTFull particulars In 01 pamchlet , which
we desire to acnd ( ree t'mall to everyone.
tSTTho Specific Medicine la old by all druggists
at 91 per package , or 0 pack ires ( or ? 5 , or will
bo sent ( rce by mall on reel it ot the money , by
addressing THE QUA IEDICINECO. ,
BoBalo , N. Y.
orsalc- oc7mn-ood
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY ,
Or , J. B , Simpem'a Specific
II la a positive cure for Bpnuatoiihca , Bemtna
vyeolmcaa. Impotancy , and M diseases resulting
Irom Soli-Abuse , ai Mentl Anxiety , Loeai
Memory , Palna In the Baglor Side , and dlscacot
11 mat j j to
Contumptlon
Insanity an
early gn re
The Specific
Medicine li
being used
with wonder
ful success.
Pamphleti
. 'nt free to all. Write for tbem and get full pal-
llculara.
Price , Specific , Jl.OO fa packige , or tlz pack ,
agoa for 16,00. Address 11 orders to
B. SIMHN MEDICINE 00.
Nos.104 and 106 IStln St. Buffalo , N. Y.
SoM In Omaha by C. 1. Goodman , J. W. Bell ,
J. K. Ish , add all dnnrglfaeveryvrhere.ilu
% -ilu-
: ill Toua
ir otlmRUirtw.wcaK- ' man or loir
rntii. l > y the rtruln or tcratoUlDKovarmlc
ruur duties arolc * nlKht work , to ret *
itlmulantgand u * * torn bruin nerve n
Hop Bitters. wtMe , use Hop D.
Hyoaar TO iij ana c from any U ,
attention or dlmlpa tluni If youaromai'-
rted or flBgle. old or iig , ufferlnif 1 rota
poarbealtb or Uniruub on a bed cl lei
neso , rely on Hop | 3ltter .
vnioeToryonani. - * llioiuanatcue dti-
wh.neTer yoD feel naallTlrom wnn
thai your lyitem , formot Kljner
nncda deanatnir. ton-,1 > disease ( hat mltrlit
U r or itlmnttioe , * I h Te beenpmenwc
wnhoutfndnfeat/mr , litre , timely UMO (
tak * Hoi ) HcpBItters
Ittaira.
.
frpiia , kidney D. I. O
or urinary complain -
la abaolaU
disease an
plain * , .
and IrretUta.
ot to" tomato Hood. aop bleenre (01
KMroriurn/ boutl * dntnlMianeaa.
a * ot oplui ,
Ton will be tabaooa.o'
SredlfjoaaM nareoUoa ,
op m\n \ n
Uyaaarvfua-
py weak and
Iawnlritcdtiy NEVER
tit It may ( BOTBHTIU
anv jrour ;
IFAIL
life. It hat ; IPPI C0n
avod hun
dreds.
.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE :
Thai Moat 8uccea ful Remedy erar dlacor.
ered , aa U li corUln In 1U effecta afid doea not
bllittr. BEAD FROOf BKLOW. Alw azcellent
for human flatb.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
WaahlngtcnvUle , Ohio. Juna 17. 1681. Da
B , J. KIUDALL , ACo.t o nt Keadlnj your ad
TtrtUsemenl In Turf , Plaid and Farm , of your
Kendall'a Spavin Cure , a'd baring a valuable
and apeedy horia which had been lama from
iparln for eighteen montba , I a nt to you for ,
bottle by azpreaa , which In alx weeka removed
alt lameneaa and enlargement and a large apl'nt '
from another bone , and both boraea are to-day
aaaonnd aa colta. The one bottla waa worth to
ma ona hundred dollara. Reapeetfully
yonra , IT. A. D ITOLITT , M. P.
Send for Illustrated circular Klvlng positive
proof. Price tl. All Druggists have It or can
get U for you. Dr. B. J. Kendall * Co , ' , Pro
prietors , Enoaburgh Falls , Vt.
BOIib BY ALL DRUGGISTS ,
d-w-ly
SYPHILIS
Innnyatago w
Oatarrb ,
E02EMA ,
Old Sores ,
CO
Pimples ,
e 3
BOILS 3
, 5 S. o
6 cr.
M
or any T. W < 3
p 3 9
Skin
Disea se
Oures When Hot Springs
MAVBKS , ARK. , May . 1SS1
We have caiei In our o n town who lived at
Hot Springs , and were finally cured u 1th 6. S , 8 ,
llcCUWUON & ilURRT ,
IF YOU uoubt.como wecoua andH WILL i
OUHK YOUU OH charge notblue 11 Write fci
turtlculars and copy of llttlu Book -'Ueisage
'
lo '
the Unfortunate
Cl.UOO Rnwnrd will be paid to any
cbcuifct who will Und , on analjaU 100 tottle
. 8. 8. , one yurtlcloof Mercury , Iodide PoUl
llum or any Mineral aubetanco.
SWHTOI'KOIFIO CO. Prop * . '
Atl&oti
Price ol Small l c , < l.CO.
Largo site $1.76.
Sold by KENNARD BROS , h 00
nil TtrnirirliiU Qnncrillt'
Agents ( or the LlfoTlmia and
Tronoliorons
OVrltton by b
the only life authorized by brr , and which ulll
not bo a "ISlood and Thunder" story , < uuh at has
been and Mill to published , but a true Life by
the only p rsou ho U In poaaejclon of the ( acta
ftdlhfuland dcvotoJ wlfo. Tiutb Is more
Interesting thau fiction , Agenh ) should apply
territory at ono. Send 76 cts , for Cam
ple Cook. j , H. Cbambors & Cf ;
tit > Uaula , Mo ,
II yon suffer Irom Dyspepsia , use
BUnDOCh 'LOOD HITTERS.
If you are afflicted ulth nillousncsa , u e
I1UUDOCK KL001) BITTERS
If you are prostrated w Ith sick Headache , take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
K your Bonds arc disordered , rcgulatu them nltn
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your Blood Is mpurp , purify It with
BUKDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If 5 ou have Indigestion , you xtlll find an antidote
n BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you are troubled ulth Spring Complaints , er
adicate tlicni with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS ,
If your Liter Is torpid , restore It to healthy .xctlon
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your Liver la affected , you nlll find a sure ro-
storatlve In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any species o ( Humor or Pimple , fail
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any symptoms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curatho remedy will l > o found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and Utility to the sys
tem , nothing cancmml
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For NcrtouD and General DoblUty , tone up the
Kjstcmttlta BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Price , ai.OO pot Oottlo ; Trial Bottles 10 Ott
FOSTER-MILBURN & Co
Props
, , , , ,
BUFFALO , K. Y.
Sold at wholesale by Ish & McMahon and C. F.
Goodman. Jo 27 cod-me
Disease Is an effect , not a causa. Its origin Is
within ; Its manifestations without. Uenco , to
cure the disease the CAUBRmust bo removed , and
In no other way can a cure ever I e effected.
WARNER'S SAFEK1DNDY AND
LIVER CURE Is established on just this
principle. It realizes that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases ailzo Irom deranged kidneys an
liver , and It strikes at once at the root of the
difficulty. The elements of which It Is composed
' '
both aa a
them In a
pain from
the system.
For the Innumerable troub'ea caused by un
healthy Kidneys , Liver and Urinary Organs ; ( or
the distressing- Disorder ) ol Women ; ( or Malaria ,
and physical derangements generally , thla great
remrdy has no equal. Beware of Impostors , 1m-
Itatlona and concoctlona said to be Just aa good.
For Diabetes , aa ( or WARNER'S SAFE
DIABETES CURE
For sale by all deaTera.
H. H. WARNER A : CO. ,
me Rooheater N. Y-
The Great Lngiish Bemedy
( Never ( alia U cuie
Nervoua Debility. VI
tl Exhaustion , Emit
Jens , Seminal Weak-
HOOD , and all the
[ ivll effects of youth-
\il follies and excea-
ies. It atopa perma-
uently all weakening.
Involuntary louts ana
'
'drains upon the sys
tem , the Inevitable re-
„ . , , uit ol these enl prac
tice * , which are BO destructive to mind and body
and make Ufa miserable , oltcn leading to Inianl-
ty and death. It strengthen ) the Nervea.Braln ,
( memoryf Blood , Muscles , Digestive , and Repro
ductive Organs , It restorea to all the oriranlc
lunctlrna their ( ormer vigor and vitality , ma
king life cheerful and enjoyable. Price , $3 a
bottle , or ( our times the quantity 310. Sent by
express , secure from observation , to any address.
on receipt of price. No. C. O. D. sent , except
on receipt of 41 as a guarantee. Letters n
questing answers must Inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
are tb j best and cheapest dyspepsia and bllllous
euro 1 11 the market. Bold by all druggists. Price-
CD cents.
DR. MIKTII'S KIUNIT RBUIDT , NIPRCTICTW ,
Cures ill kind of Kidney and hladdor complain to.
gonorrhea , gleet and leucorrhca. For ealo by all
daugglits : $1 a bottle.
ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
718 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo.
For Sale In Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
Jan26-lv
The feeble and emaciated nulli-rln ; ' from dye *
pqwt or Indigestion In any form , arcadIsed , ( or
the eaVc of their own bodily and mental comfort ,
to try llootcltcr'o tloinacb Bittern. Ladlca ol
the tuoat dellcito constitution ttttKto IU harm
less and rojtoratho prorartlua. I'mtlclan
t\cry hcri' , tlls.'iittcd ultli the aduitmtcd
liquors ofoninorce , prescribe It as tliu tafcst
andmoit reliable ol nllstomachicj.
Forfsale by all druggists and dealers generally
al to ml
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
A Corn Qanrunteotl. ,
Dr. E. orw < * t e Ken o arid Drain Treatment
A epodflofor Hjtterla , DU.ln ej , Convulsions.
Ncrvoui Htadiiho , Mental D.-prcwlon , IXJISK ct
llriuory.Spermatorrhoia.Impcten.v , Imol-mtary
Kmlwtoni , Ir iuaturo Old Aee , cautod ty orer-
esvrtlon , toll-abuse , cr orcr-lnduliicce. which
le&d to uilxr ) , decay and death , Ono box will
cure recent casoa. Ea h box contains one month's
treatment. One dollar a box , or sU boxea ( or
Qve dollaraj sent by mall prepaid on receipt of
price. We guarantee lU boica tu cure any case.
With each order ro-elvoj by u for tlx boxes , ac
compviled 1th fh e dollan , will aond the pur ,
chaoir our written gutrantee to return the
money If the treatment tloca uot eff < ct a cure.
0. f. Goodman , DtuggUt , Sole , Wholesale and
regul Acent , Omaha , Ktb , Orders bf mall at
etaUaorlce. dkwl ?
WD. MILLAIID. * " M. JOHNSON
, . .
MILLARD & "JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Mts ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Pock & Bausliers Larfl , and Wilbor Mills Flour
NEB
OMAHA
, - - -
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OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
WHOLESALE DRY
Boots and Shoes.
OMAHA , - - - - NEB.
o.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
i
Window and Plate Glass.
J3TAnyonc contemplating bullaln ? atore , bank , or any other flno . front , will ( In Jit to their ad *
vantage to corres end w Ith us before purchasing their Plate Gins.
O. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - NEB.
IEo. .
!
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , Nab.
WHOLESALE-
LUMBER , GOAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts , ,
MU
-DEALERS IN-
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
, , Fire and 1 Burglar Proa H. .
o o LK : s. , & o. .
1020 Farnham Street , /
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
GIGAES AUD IAIUFACTUEED TOBACCO.
touts for B8HWOOE NAILS AUD LAFL1H & BAUD FOOTER H
HENRY LEHMANN ,
JOBDEB OP
IPAIPEIR. ,
AND
WINDOW SHADES
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
T .
WUOLK8ALK ANH ItKTAIL DBAtKK IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MGLD1HGS , LIME ,
\
WSTATE AQKHX FOR UILWAUKEE CEilEiJT COMPANY ?
Near Union Pacific Depot , - - OMAHA
JPOWBR AND HAND
I
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
UUIIKU UAOI11NEBY , BELTING , HOSE , BRA .S AND I OK FICTIKOS PIP * , KA
PACKING , AT WHOLESALE AMU UKIAIU
HALLADAYWIHD-MILLS CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
Cor. 10th and Farnam St. , Omaha , Neb ,