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JL > JLJJ-J. JLIXOJ.1 JL-/U.X JL j WOJUJL XI J.UUV , ,
A TRIPLE EXECUTION ,
.That is , One Man Befog Hanged
Three Times ,
The Horrible Taking Off of
Thomas Egan at Sioux
The Mnn'a Neck Said to Have
Been Broken the First
The Rope tlmt Did the BnnqHiiR n
Proiluotof Lincoln , This
Corrcspondrnco cf The Bee.
Sioux FALLD. . , . T. , July 13
Thoniaa 1' nn wns hanged huru this
morning for the inurdor of his wife ,
committed September 14 , 1880 , nnd
for which ho was tried and convicted
last December , being Kontencod to
hnng on Jnnunry 13 , Ills counsel ,
however , got a stay of proceedings ,
and took the cano to the nupromu
court on a motion for n now trial ,
which was overruled. Egnn was re-
sentenced , to-day being the day But ,
and ho was killed by the machinery of
the law in n horrible manner.
The procession of dcnth consisted
of a number of ofliclala and four
Catholic priests , the condemned man
follow ing them in charge of Sheriff
Dickaon , of Canton.
Egnn walked to the scaffold with
an unfaltering stop , allowing no mgn
of fear , and seemed entirely oblivi
ous to the proceedings. The only
time ho spoke after leaving the jail
was to answer "No" to the
ahcrill's inquiry if ho had any
thing to aay. Jlis lips were
constantly moving as if in prayer.
At 0:30 : his arms and logs were
pinioned and the black cap drawn
over his head , and after the attending
priest had rood the appropriate nor-
vice , Sheriir Dickson sprung the trap.
The body shot down through the
opening , but to the horror of all be
holders the rope broke , and the body
struck the ground with u heavy and
sickening thud. Exclamations of horror
ror broke from the crowd of spectators
at the aw fulsight. The attendants
quickly picked him up , and , uttering
fearful [ groans , ho was carried up to
Two and a half minutes afterwards
a now rope was adjusted about his
neck and the trap was sprung , butono
of the attendant B had hold of the
rope , and instead of letting go , hunt ;
on to it and lot the body down
gradually , notwithstanding the cries
of "Lut go ! " from the spectators. A
second tinio ho was brought up and
ulaced on the trap. This time SnurifT
Dickson ordered them all to stand
back , and sprang the trap fur the
third time , completing the job. The
drop was tivo and and a half foot.
In nine minutes the physicians
pronounced him dead , and in twenty-
throe minutes ho was lowered into his
coflin. An examination showed that
his nock was broken by the first fall.
The rope that brokoa three-eighths
inch silk ono , was procured by Sheriff
Dickson at Lincoln , Hob. , costing $9 ,
and was warranted to stand the re
quired strain. It had just boon tested
with an 180-pound sand bag , while
Egnn weighed but J 75 pounds.EXTIM
Nation nl Associated Press.
WASHINGTON , D. 0. , July 15 , 1p.m.
For the Missouri valley : Partly
cloudy weather , with local rains ,
southerly winds , veering to colder
nortwcstorly , rising preceded in the
southern portion by tailing barometer.
The changes in the rivers will bo
Parnoll niiil Davltt-
.National Associated Press ,
"NEW YOUK , July 15. A special to
7110 Herald from London says Parnoll
announces the Intention of going to
the continent for the benefit of his
health after the passage of the arrears
bill. Before his departure ho will
complete arrangements establishing
an anti-eviction coimnilloo in Dublin
to counteract the effect of the now
coercion act. lip calculates on having
seventy-eight reliable followers in the
Michael Dnvitt sailnd for Antwerp
to-day on the steamship Ponnlund.
M. ' Killed Ity a unmblor.
National Attoclalcd I'nuo ,
CINCINNATI , July ID. Ym. Todd ,
an old man cf 1'ittsburg , was Mabbcd
fatally by a faro gamb'ur ' in a Ohincea
laundry this morning.
Favor It Km Already.
Nation * ) AmocUted i'rosr.
WASHINGTON , D. 0. , July 15. A
bill exempting Sherman from compul
sory retirement at 04 , under the army
appropriation bill , will bo introduced
in the senate.
National Associated 1'roM.
CHICAGO , July 15. Ilobort F ,
Illchards , a clerk in the treasurer's
oflico of the llock luland road , has
mysteriously left the cily , Investiga
tion of his oflico accounts reveal a de
falcation , which , it ia stated , may
reach $ -10,000. Ho was a well con-
neotod young man , und was married
only it month ago , the bride being a
young lady from Now York.
In a Bad Fix.
National Associated Prow.
SfiuHiiuito.Ohio , July ID. Gabriel
Putnam , while out driving a horse
and .buggy , sank in quicksand. Put-
iiain'aunk up to his chin , when ho was
rescued by being pried out with fence
Heir to an Immonto Sum.
r National Associated I'rcei.
BOSTON , Mass. , July 15. John
Doyle , \Voodburn , Mass. , a laborer
at $9 a week , has fallen heir to $100-
000 from a deceased cousin.
R.o'bborjr and Murder.
.VatloiislArgoclatvd Prces ,
ViuKsiiuua , Mi . , July 15. The
house of A. Faraa was discovered to be
Burning. Faras was found tied up in
A sack , his wife lying dead onthofloo
and partly burnt. Faros was released
and stated that A party of masked moi
and ono woman robbed him of $700
L'hon they killed his wife and fired the
Rcilann.tlon of John Bright.
National Aiuoci ted Press.
LONDON , July 15. The resignation
of John Bright haa been accepted ,
1'Awnee City had n $500 lira on tlia 10th.
CrciKliton ha * Gl voters nntl wnnU to bo
Central City Ims a library niwociatlon ol
which It In proud.
Considerable building la JSIng dona at
Clorksvllle this nuintncr.
Church Ifnwo In going to nut tip a $10-
000 hotel at Auburn.
A Imil Btorm did considerable damage at
[ [ actings on the lllh.
A Goo 1 TomphiM lodge , iiG filnmfj , hud
jcen organized at Crete.
The Journal thinks I'lattimotith ought
, o htuoa public library.
The Mrnmc ! tratcrnlty , of Lincoln , nro
. ( linking of building it temple ,
Fremont ban ] nir"hioil a road machine
with whlc.li to put Us ntreeta In order.
A little daughter of Jamci Conlln , north
of Went Point , w.ii scalded to death on
The Hamilton county farmers' club will
mvii a harvest picnic near Aurora on Scp-
II. C. Dally , a contractor , nald to bo
rom Conn II lluir ! < . went out of I'awneo
City SGOO ahead anil they mourn for him.
I'awneo county children are progressive.
A local paper tclla of ono two months old
who utr.iycd Into a cornfield and wan loat
'or a time.
The vacant land between Wymoro and
Illuo Sprlngi li being laid of ! Into town
otfl and teen the rlvnl towns will not know
whore to draw tlio tllviillng lino.
On the lltli , the barn of Win , Halm , on
Spring creek , Johnson county , wan ntruck
iy lightning mid burned with its contoritH ,
which wcro it valuable Htalllou nnd jack
and five other hotBCH ,
Conductor ICoiipclljcrver , of the A. & N.
division , WAR kilted at ' 1 ccuinneh on the
Llth , wnllo Rwltchlii ) ; , llo fell between
ionic loaded real cam , ntriking the track
n tuch a manner that the wlicoln | jx jcd
iver hin nock , completely covering bin
ie d from his body.
A child of Chrl Dureumun , 11 year olil ,
Ivlngjust across the line In 1'olk county ,
vlnlo jilnying around the mowing machine
ast Ihurailay , wan accidentally caught
md hud itf * foot cut off jimt above the
ankle , horribly maiming it for life. Par-
cntH Bhoii'd ' bo careful how thoyallowthclr
children play nround ' mnchlnery. York
Our exchangCH are nil making suggov
limN now as to the proper thing to do
fhcn you BCD a tornado coining. Dave
! rumbauxb , who wadoi the river when ho
omo to town Instead of going round by
he bridge , H y ho believes that If n man
an get hla feet mnmroly planted in the
liilckHand in the Loup , ho will stick , tor-
ado or no tornado. Sherman County
The utar route to the west under the'
new schedule , which wont into operation
July Int. ia n daisy. The mail has to be
carried Ir in hero to North 1'latto and ro-
.urn in thrcoilayB , a distance , an truvclo 1
iy the mail cnrriud of about 180 nilloij. AH
rot thcro ! R no regular carrier , the two
, rjps already matlo having been nccoin-
iliHhcd by two different men , neither of
whimt deairoa repetition of their mall car
rying experience. 1'lum Creek I'reHa.
A young man by the name of Martin ,
Ivlng on Spriug creek mot with a sorioiw
accident on the Fourth. ' Ho was loading
1 thirty-two Smith & Wo < ton revolver ,
loldlng the barrel with his left hand , and
hat routing on hla thigh , when the pistol
accidentally "went off , " and the ball
hrough the left band , shattering it
badly , and then through the thigh passing
to tlio lower surface where the bull lodged.
OnurchoB ana Ministers.
The M , K. canfcronco meets In Fremont
The CongrcKatlonnllsts of McCooh have
organized into a soeloty.
The M. 15. church nt North Plntto will
soon ho ready to occupy.
The Presbyterian church ? t NIobrara
wns dedicated on the "it by Rev , Goo , L.
The UnltoJ Presbyterians at Liberty
are dlecuEBlnt ; tlio pontlbllity of a church
edifice nt nil early date.
llov. Scott , of lloatrlcc , has moved his
family to Teaumseh. lie will occupy the
pulpit In the liaptlftt church.
Tlio state Sunday school convention
will bo hold nt Fremont Augu t 1,2 and 3.
Over 200 delegates will bo present.
Tlio MolhocHstH lit Loup City will mi-
doubtodly b'tlltl a cliurcb at nn early date.
Killer Lemon la agitntlmr. . the project.
llov. lloHwell Foster , greenback cindl-
late lor congress in tlio Dubiirtne ( In. )
district , used to bo a Congregational inin-
Inter at Frouiont ,
The CongroijallonnllBts of Dorchester
have an excellent offer of assistance to
complete their church building , and it Is
likely they will accept.
Itov. . ) . H. Worloy anil wlfo were In
town July -Ith vlHltlng friend * . Itov.
Worley and his brother James , of 1'nl.
myra , with tliolr wives start for Ban
Francisco July 17. mid leave that city for
Central China July 12'Jtli. Their many
friends In this county anil elxowhcro hi
tlio flttito wl h tliom a nloisant Journ y
nnd safe return from their mliuluuary
labo'n mming the Chinese. Syracuse
Tlio 1'resbytcrlnm of Nlobrara ot up a
strawberry festival nt.il cleared ? 35 by It.
The Nlobtnrn News tolls how they did It ;
"A Mr. Hunger , 0110 of the gentleiuen
who ban been In tlio city for eouie time
with several hundred head of cattle ,
cliilms that bo was very thabblly treated
nt the strawberry fctt val lust 'Ihmeday
evening , and U loud In liU denunciation of
the nianageinout thorof. It appears that
nt a rather late hour this goaieman went
over to get a dish of ttrawberrles , and
hamltd tliu caehler n (2 bank no'o In payment -
ment for a ticket. Instead of returning
the $1,75 duo Mr. Mungor , ho was given
eight tickets , and iinon going to the table
it was found that nil the ice creniu , cake
and utrawtcrrloa bad disappeared , nnd the
gentleman was $ 2 out. There were uov-
oral other gentlemen swindled out of n
few dollnrH , but this case represents the
most barefaced robbery of the evening's
transactions , "
8 H. D.it neu , 1) ) , & M. agent at D-rcliet-
ter , WHS murilrd recently ttt thiit plate to
Miss M. L. Marker.
Nell Duncan and Miss L. M. FOBS ,
both of Alexandria , wcro married on the
6tb by Itev , J , Lewclllng ,
Mtu Hattle Dlanchard , formerly of Fro-
inont , wan married recently to an Kpisco.
pal clergyman at i'lno llldge Agensy , Da-
J. C. Gilbert and Anna Martin , of
Clurkavllle , were married at Central City
on the UtU by Judge McDonald.
'Shi MUIII'H the word ! Don't mention
I ) , There was n wedding nt Fremont on
the 14. in which Judge Murray spliced
Haus Mum in to Anna Koclc ,
At NIobrara , July a , by llev. Goo. L.
Little , of Omuhn , John W. Wood ami
Mary Hello , daughter of lloii. U. F.
Chamber * , KHJ , , nil of Niobrara ,
Miss Alice K. Dally , daughter of Hon.
\ym. Dally , of 1'oru , and Alex , K. Uoudy ,
of I'awneo City , were married at Valley
Farm , Neuiaha county , Tuesday , July
Porucnul und Social.
Judge I'ont returned to York on the ll'h
with his family. Mm. Pout and the chil
Cenek Dura , of Crete , has returnee
from A trip to the old conntry.
Mr * . J. Y , Woo'ls nnd BOD , of Schuyler ,
has gone to NOVA Scotia for the summer.
M , H , Hlnmftn ha1) bcon Appointed
chief of police at Fremont , vic Tom Wil
son , removed ,
Ambtgunua McCook item in The India-
nola Courier : "Mr. Dudek was ma rlef !
last week. He will open a shop in this
place Boon. "
drcn had been vIMting in Pennsylvania for
several months ,
C. W. Price , who has been nlijht clerk
itt the Commercial hotel in Lincoln for a
year past , twk charge of the Windnor
IIOUFC , at Sewnrd , July 1 Mr. Price ha >
had nn experience of several years in the
liotel bmineps and highly recommended ,
Mr. McC. rty is to bo congratulated on
Mrs. Stunner , of S 'huyler , who ha * been
visiting with her dutghtcr. Mrs , T 1 }
3rcwltt , of this city , left on Tuesday for n
summer teport nn the coant of Maine to
spend the heated Heamin , after which fhe
will vlidt her old home and many acqtl tint-
arcis in the Interior of the state. Tliat
he may return to her Nebraska homo thli
all with Improved health Is the earnt wish
) f her friends and The Kepublknn. [ Ulalr
A surprise party of about thirty young
adieu and gentlemen assembled at the
residence ol A. J , Wright , ntMaplouood
'arm , Saturday evening , bringing mmic
nnd refrcshmcnti with them , Mr , and
Mrn. Cook and Mr. and Mrs , McKlnney
uoro present , MIB , Cook presiding at the
organ and Charley devoting himself exclu
sively to lemonade nnd ice cream , Songs ,
Icclumatlons and dancing engaged the
nerry party until half pa t eleven. Mr.
iVhitney. who Is an excellent musician ,
md hii violin , and Mr. McKinney called
ho quadrille * . Altogether it was n very
ileasant affair , nnd will long bo reiricm-
lerod by the hos and | ; irlu. [ Tccuinseh
Chieftain. _ _
Tlio Iron Horso.
The St. Paul & Omaha road have put on
a refrigerator car.
Iho foundation for the forty stall round
louse at McCojk his been laid.
The Arapahoe cut-off will eave about 35
nilcs of the distance between that place
and Hastings ,
The nvorngo Umo made by the U. & M .
r.ilns between Chicago and Denver is 33
rillcs and hours.
An express mrsscnger in the northern
> art of the state saw a pretty girl in a gar-
Icn HH his train passed , and stood in the
loorway to get a better view. A j ilt threw
ilm our , but ho wasn't hurt , although the
rain in alleged to have been running thirty
niles i n hiiur. The messenger probably
truck on hia head , which being soft , could
ot bo hurt.
The mall ( to Denver ) i * still carried upon
ho old tr.iin , but wo understand in about
wo weeks n mall car will be put on the
ast truln nnd Iho mail transferred to it ,
'his will greatly improve our mall fncili-
ICH , saving two days time. The running
imc of this train is about 30 miles nn hour
though oho whoops it uti to forty If she
; otH behind. Orleans Sentinel ,
The Crciuhton Kegulator expects to en-
arge by the latter part ot the month.
DIxon county in to have two now papers
ono to be stalled at Ponca by Charles
Ciplliucr ; nnd ono at Wakcliehl by Uoyd
And now the PCHOUS question it how
nany Nebraska editors cm riisa § 50 each
or himself , and another 550 for hin girl , to
; oou that cd'torlal excnruiou to the moun *
alns , on the 18th. HattiiiRS Nobraakan.
Schools and Schoolma'nms.
The term of i ehool at Liberty was a long
no , not closing till the llth.
The echo > 1 oIlicerH and teachers of Fur-
ms county mot at Beaver City August 23
.o nrrango for a uniformity of school books
a the county.
Prof. D , li. Stone has been employed as
> rinulpal of the Teoumseh schools. Ho
/111 ho assisted by Misses Florence and
ilinnio Locke , Jennie ShenMan , Mis.
5ello C. Meyer and Mrs. A. L. SanJer-
Misses Mattie .Tudd nnd Mary Matte-
on , formerly two of Pawnee county's fav-
rite daughters , arrived at Pawnee City
rom tin ir homo in Fargo , Dakota , on the
Oth. They have been engaged in to ching
n the Fargo Hchojl. and will spoud the
summer vacation nt their homo.
The school board of Plnttsmouth ballot
ed seventy times for a teacher to fill the
ilaco in the city schools vacated by the
lecllnallon of Miss Josie McCoy of Ne-
> ri'sVn City , who has accepted the position
of principal of the Weeping Water schools ,
md finally adjourned without making the
choice. The candidates were Misa Ursula
Wilea and a Miss Melville of Steel City.
Farm , Qftrdon nnd Orchard.
A Niohrara man will make that town
vecp. Ho has tw.j acres of onions.
A Frontier county man sheared a six
veek'rt old lamb and got two pounds of
A farmer in Iho neighborhood of Wv-
core reports wheat averaging 35 bushels to
.Tohmon county farmers who have cut
heir wheat report it of far better quality
bau for years. Most of it grades No , 1 ,
A alnglo head of common oats , nineteen
lichen long , wax on exhibition at the store
) f Crutchor & Jones last Friday. IScaver
City Time i.
John Hughcti , the sheep man on Black-
vood , haa linl.hed shearing. Tno clip nv-
enitjed a little over 10 pounds per head ,
onio of the lleecea weighed 14 pounds.
jiilbcrtson Sun ,
Laat fall Mr. Tyler received from Piano ,
111. , aonio black walnuts , which ho planted ,
and as a result ho has now a fine grove of
young trees. Walnut trees make n fine
trove , nn I then In few yuara the timber
hey would produce would make their cul
ture most protitabK Hampton Journal.
_ Mr. Samuel Hisey from Farmcra pro-
.inol , reports crops looking well. He nay a
10 haa raised 117 lamba from 125 oweu , nl-
hough the spring was n bad ono and he
mil no experience. Wo think ho did well ,
ho wool and limbs are worth as much as
ho old ( lock. Franklin Kcho.
Wo forgot to mention the fact that H.
iV. Fuy was raising his own "raw silk. "
fo brought us in Home cocoona of various
hades that have grown on hU mulberry
rcea. Ho has a bushel or two in nil , that
only neo-1 unwinding , and a little arrang-
ng to make silk drodsei plenty In his fiun-
Iy , York Republican.
H. Sandh , an enterprising granger ot
3ola Creek precinct , biought to town jea-
enlny , a Iniucli of oats that wcro just
loading out , and the stalka are 5 feet , 2
nchoa long , The need Mr. Sandh Im-
orted from Sweden and he estimate ! that
ho yield will be over 100 bushels to the
icro. J.oup City Times ,
Such wheat , btieh oats , such barley , such
ye , such held * of luxuriant , deep grreii
mlf-growu corn , ouch potatoes , such cab.
> ago ; und in thort , such ciopa of grain and
vegetables rf every description , were post.
Ively never seen before by the very oldest
nhablUnt. And also the grass of the hay
moadowa correspond fully with everything
elto in the macniliceut promise of Ita harv
est. lirownvillo Advertiser.
Nlnotjr-ulno Yuor * for Murdor.
National Associated Press ,
MOUNT VJCIINON , III. , July 15.
lliclmrd Sinkclair , who murdered
John Huston in Opdko in 1880 , has
joon oentencod to ninoty-nino years
in the ponitontiary.
Hornford'B Acid Fhotuhato
i NKOESHITY ,
Du. 0. N , FILKS , Portland , Mo. ,
says ; "Of all the samples of medicine
Rent mo during the past dozen years it
is the only ono I hnvo over found
which has become a necessity in my
own household. " iullOd&wlw
HAS BEEN PROVED
The SUREST CURB for
KIDNEY DISEASES. ,
Coai i l m baek or it disordered urine ]
Indicate that you are * victim ? TIUEN CO
. WOTIIZfllTATEl HJ XlDNEr.WOHT t
p enc ( < lnis < rl t recommend 1H &n < l It trill
E tffeAilr OTeroome the disease and rcetore
% healthy Action to all theorcans.
For complaint * peculiar
and wcaknnwfi , KIDNEY-WORT U nnanr-
pMedMltwill net promptly and Mfoly.
Either Bex. Incontinence , retention of e
} nrlno , brick dtui tor ropy dejxwltfl. nnd dull c
2 draggingpnuuallip cdUy yieldtoltaonr-
' tlvs power. < M ) X
It Is ( he concurrent testimony of the public and
the medicinal pro'osslon that llottcttcr's ( jtom <
ach Ililtcrsl a mcJIclno hlcli ch'o\ci ' rcsulU
firecdlp ( clt , thorough and benign Itcdde reel-
fjlnjf Incr disorder , U Im'goratcs ' thofcoblc , con-
quern kidney and bladder rompialntp , nnd Ins-
tent the convalescence of those iccoAcrlnjffrom
enfeebling dl'ciscs JIorco\cr , It Is the grand
specific for fu\cr and ajtio.
For Bale by all druggists and dealers generally
GRAY'S SPECIFIC IrTIUJICINE
TRADE MARK ? . 0rcatTlUDn dARK
En lsh rem
[ or Seminal
rhca , Imnot-
cncy , and all
follow aa a
_ . quenco of AFTER TASIFIQ.
Solf-Alnno ; as Lota of Memory , Universal Lasel
tudo , Fain tn the Dack , Dimness of Vision , Premature
mature Old ARC , and rainy other Dlfcascg that
load to Insanity or Consumption and Prema
ture O ravo.
jFJTFull particulars In our pamnhlot , which
wo dcalro to send free I r mall to everyone.
caTTho Spcclfl ( Medicine is zoM by all drug ) , ' 19
at ? 1 per package , or fl packc3 for 16 , or will
bo sent free by mall on re < " Ipt'of the money , by
addressing ) THE GRAY JE11ICINE CO. ,
Buffalo , N. Y.
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
A Cqro Quarnutocrl.
Dr. K. 0. West 8 Ncrvo and liraTu Treatment
Aspeclflcfor Hjitcili , Dizziness , Convulslona.
Korfous IlcoiUcno , Mental Dcpreeslon , LOHUOI
MemoryQpermatorrhow , Iinpotunay , Involuntary
Emlselone , Premature Old AKO , caused by ovcr-
oxortlon , golf-abuse , or over-indulgcnco. which
loads to misery , decay and death. Ono box will
euro recent cases. K.vh box containsonomonth's
treatment. Quo dollar a box , or elx boxes for
flvo dollars , sent by mall prepaid on receipt ot
price. Wo guarantee six bores to euro any caso.
With each order received U ; us for Biz boxes , ac-
corapantod with & \ o dollars , will ocnJ the pur-
chaacr our wrlttin guarantee to return the
money U the treatment do' noted eta cure.
C. F. Goodman , Dru < < ft , Sole , TVholcualo and
rogul Agent , Ora h , Sob. OniTH by mall at
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
The Most Successful Remedy ever dlscov-
rod , aa Itlacortaln In Its effects and di.cs not
illster. READ PROOF UKL.OW. Also excellent
or human flesh.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Woahlngtcmllle , Ohio , June 17 , 1881. Dtt
S. J. KKNDAH , 4 Co. : Oeuts Heading your ad'
ertlsoment In Turf , Field and Farm , of your
[ endaU'a Spavin Ciira , a d having a valuable
nd speedy horao which had been lame from
pavln for eighteen month * , I sent to you for
rattle ty express , which In six weeks removed
all lameness and enlargement and a largti splint
rom another horse , and both horses are to-day
aanound'aa coltd. The one bottle was worth to
me Olio hundred , dollars. Respectfully
cnn , tt. A. -EIOLBTT , II. D.
Solid for Illustrate 1 circular giving positive
proof. L'rlcol. All Druggists have It or can
otltfor jou. Dr. B.J. Kendall li Co , Pro-
> rletore , Enoaburgh Falls , Vt.
GOLt > BY ALL DRUGQISrS.
.In any stage
Old Sores ,
rV- ! ' ' :
\VJfl \ W
Ourea Wlien Hot Springo
UAVJKX , ARK. , May S. 1581
We have cased In onr own town wno lived at
lot Spring ) , ind wore finally cured with S. 8. B ,
MnGAUMON A MCBKT ,
r YOU aoubt.come toaooua and \KWILL
CUHK YOUU Oil charge nothing 11 Write foi
tartlculara and cony of little Book
o the Unfnrtunata HuBerln"
81.OOO Knvrara * " ' l > P w to oy
hemlbt who will find , on analysis 100 rottlu
8. S. 3. , one particle of Mercury , Iodide Potw
turn or any Mineral aubatance.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Pro ) ) * ,
Price of Small die , 11.00
Largo lice 81.76.
Sold by KENNAHD DB03. ft CO
d Pmifgl t limmrtll" _
PAST TIME I
fn trolntr U ' Uko Uu
UMcago& Northwest- ;
Train ) leaxo Omaha 8.40 p. in. and 7:40 : a. in.
For full informitlon call on II. I * . DUKIIL. lie-
; ct Agrnt. 14th and Farnam sU. J. 11KLIV , 1 > .
Ullv > ay Depot , or at JAME8T.CLAHK. Oi-neral
I011N HT1BL1K , ( BOUI BClMWr ,
Proaldcut. Vice 1'ron'l
W. B. BiiBUin , Sec. and Troog.
Lincoln , ITeb.
Oorn PlantorH , Hrrrowa.Fnrm Rollora
HulUy Hay Ilnlcet ) . BUCKOC hiloyutlucr
Wlndrallla , &c
\vo are preptred tn ill Job work and mat u'ac-
turliiR tor other parll ,
Lincoln , Keb ,
If yon ruder from Uytpepsta , USD
BUKDOCiv 'LOOD DITTER3.
If you ate afnicta J with Rlllouanca ? , use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you ara prwtratcd with sick Hcadacho , take
I1UIIDOCK DLOOD DITTEM
f your Bowels are disordered , rcjulate them with
f v ur Blood Is mpuro , purify It lth
JJUIIDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS.
f you ha 'c IndlRcstlon , you will nnd nn antidote
n UUHDOCK IJLOOU IinTEllS.
f you Are troubled with Spring Comphlntn , cr-
adlcato them with UUHDOCK 11 LOOD lllTTEnS.
( your LUcrla torpid , restore Itto healthyactlon
w Hh HUUDOCK BLOOD BITTEU3
f your Liver la affected , you will find a sure reiterative -
iterative In BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTEI18.
f jou have any apcclcs of Humor or Pimple , fall
not to take BUKDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
f you have any symptoms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curative remedy will bo found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and iltnlity tothesje-
.em , nothlnir can equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
13 atcra with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
'rice. ' ai.OO DOI ilottla ; Trial Bottlta 10 Oti
FOSTER , MILBURN , & Do , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale by lah & McMahon and C. F.
Goodman Jo 27 oed > mo
Disease la an elTcct , not a cause. Its origin Is
within ; Its manifestations without. Hence , to
euro the disease the CACgKniust bo reuioied , and
tn no other way can a euro ever to cOccted.
WARNER'S SAFEIUDNDY AND
LIVER CURE la vstablUhed on Just ibis
principle. It realizes that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arlzo from deranged kidneys an
liver , and It strikes at once at the root of the
difficulty. The elements of which It Is composed
act directly upon these great organs , both as a
FOODnDd HCHTORKH , and , by placing them In a
ocalthy , condition , drlvo disease and pain from
For the Innumerable troub'os caused by un
healthy Kldnojs , LUer and Urinary Organs ; for
the distressing Disordcrsof Women ; for Malaria ,
and physical derangements generally , this great
rcrmdy haj no equal. litwaro of Impostors , im
itations and concoctions said to bo just aa good.
For Diabetes , as for W ARNER'S SAFE
tor ealo by nil dealers.
H- "WARNER & CO. .
mo Rochester N. Y-
The Great Lnglish Eomedy
Never falls to cuio
Nervous Debility , Vi
tal Exhaustion , Emis
sions , Seminal Wcak-
HOOD , and all the
etil effects of youth
ful follies and exces
ses. H stops perma
nently all weakening.
Im oluntary logji B and
drains upon the eya-
tern , the inevitable re
sult of these evil prac
tices , which arb so destructive to mind and body
and make life miserable , often leading to Insani
ty and death. It strengthens the Nones.Uraln ,
( mcmor ) ( Blood , Muscles , Digestive nnd Rcpro-
ductlioOrgana , It rcatorea to all the organic
tunctlrna their former vigor and vitality , ma
king life cheerful and enjoyable. Price , $3 a
'lottlo , or four times the quantity $10. Sent by
express , secure from ohaertatlon , to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. 0. O. U. pent , except
on receipt of $1 aa a guarantee , Letters ti-
questing answers must lucloso stump.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
are thj best and cheapest dyspepsia and blllloue
euro In the market. Sold by all druggists , Frico
DB MiNTin'g KIDNKT RKURDT , NsraBTicuM ,
Curc'illl kind of Kidney and bladder complalnto ,
gonorrhea , gleet and leucorrhea. For eala oy all
daugglata : jla hottic.
F.NOL1SH MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
718 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo.
For Sale In Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
If you iron man
j. . , . duties molt'
itliiiulant ain in
If jdu are j ot'np and
( iucittlou or dUMpa If > ounn mar
rlcd or * tiiKK old or Ti uffi-rln frcf
siosrhrnttb or IwiKuUn Inir on n txMl i ! <
no * * ri-lr no Hop DltterA.
Whiter you am. 1 hnjiAAUQfr ote A. *
whenever jou feel nuuli ? roiu siirsi
tlmt your form ot Y : u n e )
ueetli ck dlsr&ne mlKli
II.K or i
without ft r tliiioly utoor
take Hop Hcptitter *
O , I. O
In &Q ivbsclutv
ble c u r e lot
a i of ujiius ; ,
You will be tftUaooo. \ > '
cured If you vie a&rcotlc * .
If yoaaretlia- Sold by dnig
t.lT wi'ak end
it i It mny
e uv o your
llfe > . It hns
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Or. J. B , Simpson's Specific
II It a poitlvecmo | for tipermatoiihoa , Semlna
Vi'ucknce ! . Impotency , and all dlecaee rceulUng
from Soll-Akiutf , an McaUl Anxiety , Loaai
, ; 1'alns lu the Back or Bide , and dUeuet
that lead to
* 3& * [ a j ? - ' ---s Insanity an ,
f ' /j3 $ ! , w.\ The early Specific gra re
M"1 - " . ' . * fi > Medklno It
IA'I ; < " H fif } , f beluj used
r - , jj t /V 5iSI t wlth wonder-
& 1V > r P > 5SJx 'u ' as .
_ j cu.tffrga Jgrxai l pamu-bleti
tanfiiev to all. Wilto for them cad cct roll par-
Price , SrtclSc , $1.00 par package , or ill pack ,
tgea for JS.OO. Addron all orders to
D. HIMSON 11ED1CINK CO.
Nos. 104 and 108 Main St. Buffalo , N. T.
Bolt In Omaha by 0. F. Uaodnun , J. W. Boll ,
J , K. lib , and all Jniftt3cmywhere.
I I > dkw
W.D. MILLAKD. F. li , JOHNSON
MILLARD & 'JOHNSON ' ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STEEET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED
Agents for Peek & Banners Lard , and Wilhor Mills Floor' '
OMAHA , - - - NEB
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOUNSON & CO. .
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
cr. cr. ZBiRO wisr : &s o o
OMAHA , HE8.
O. IF1. G-OOIDIMI.A.IDsr ,
DBUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
Window and Plate Glass.
42TAnyone contemplating building storc.bank , or any other line will flndlt to their ad
vantage to corns end with m before purchasing their Plato Glass.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - NEB.
iff1 , o.
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha. N .h
On River Bank , Bet. Farnharn. and Douglas Sts. ,
Fire and Burglar Proo
O CS 3EBZ
1020 FarnhanrvStreet ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Beat Brands of
GI&AES MB lAMJlGTEED TOBACCO.
Agents for BENWDDD NAILS AND LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO.
HENRY LEHMANN ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AKl ) HKTAIL DKALEB IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , nr. : : , BLINDS , MOLDIHGS , LIME , CEMENT
JW8TATB AQKIU FOB UILWAUKEK CEMENT OOltPANYl
Near Union Pacific Depot. - - OMAHA NB B
IPOWBB AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
HK , BTIM
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
Cor , Fare am and 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
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