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Personal nnd Social.
Mm. Blltenbender , the Oiccnln Uwjer
won her first CMC last week.
JudRoCobb ami Mnxey , of Lincoln ,
have returned Irom a mountain trip.
SherlfT Nixon , of CUy county , has gone
to Illinois on n visit with his family.
FranV M Dlninney , of Tecnmneh , haa
gone to MnnUns , to 1)0 nbsent nix weeks.
Newton Kellogpand wife , of Cl rl ville ,
cfleViraled their crystal wedding on the
18th.S nford May , on of the pioneers o !
Hamilton countj- , died near Aurora on the
16th.Mrs. . W. H. Michul , of Grand IsUnd ,
KM gummonol to Slonx Kftlls , I ) . T. , l
week by the Illness of n sister.
Dr Swartz , of Ifnwe , Ncmaha county ,
\IJLS \ K < mo back to Ohio to tnko charge ol
tlie affairs of his father , who dlo 1 recently.
Mrs. M. B. Hoxle , of Ornnd Island , be
came alanninnly ill hit wcpk , nnd her
daughter , Miw Dal'y * who was > lniting lu
the rioiuli , wai li'i-t'ly ' called home. Mrs ,
Hoxle is recovering.
Tlioni nO4erg iU and II , MlkkcKin
two old KrtmonteiT , Invo gone with their
families to the I'nclfio coast , the former to
Han Kranclaco and the Intttr to 1'ortliinu.
Joe Oberfeldci'g dog "Cliti'i" ' Is the oitli-
jectofa nkntch in last week's Sidney pal -
l > cr , the nu'-stanco ' of which Is that the an-
lnml c > n ImR'nton errands much better
tlmn the average hoy.
Inspltoof the bad condltiou of the
ro&dc. nlxDUt CO friendsa Bernbled Saturday
eve , July 1\ t the now farm house of
Prof , and MM. Craves , to colcbmte theIr
tenth anniversary. The v ry i > lc nnt
social occasion will lone be renumbered by
nil pioienl.IJurtonlan. .
It ii worthy of note tint Although but a
few invitatlonx wcro Ixiued ti > the hanging
of Gultrau , one of them came to Wayne ,
the liveliest yenrllng in Nebraska. It wan
i'Btiod by Warden John S. Crocker to
Henry C. Wright , and we doubt if another
was issued to any one in the slate of Nc
branka. Wayne Il-vlew.
Latt Wcclnoiday evening a social event
occurred which willlio leintmibotod by the
parllcl pants with only pleasant thought * .
The occasion was a suprlie party Riven to
M.lss Maud Coicy , at her residence , and
the fifteen or twenty couple who ucro
so plea > antlv entertained by that young
ladyonjnyid thcm'elvoi to the utino-t ,
The b uelglng par y arrived on masno lit
about halNpitst nine n'clook , und took po-
actsion of the rooms , The evening wa
plcaiinUv vpcnt in social games ajil danc
ing and did not breaK up until it late hour ,
1'ostofllco change * in Nebraska during
the week ending July 2.188. , furnished l > y
\Viri. Van Vlcclc , of the postolllco dopntt *
Kntablishcd IJulta , Otoo county , Thus.
11 , Wliiituker , iuwlinHHtur ; linlield. ( tice-
JooHiinty , Daniel II. Tnte ; Mabon ,
1'lattu county , Miss Matilda S. MaUun ;
Mentorvll c , Atitolnpo county , liuiilmtd
V Vallj Preaidcut , Howard ciunty , C.ins.
rostmasterB Appointed Uuckeyo , Hum.
ilton county , Gu ley 15. Uh'irO ! Cheney ,
liincaater county , A. W. wlddifiuld ;
Jiqua.ity , ! 'rentier county. MM. 1'hebo A.
Hammond ; Gage Vnlley , Howard county ,
Go . J. McCorrnlck ; St. 1'etor , cdur
county , Ira N. Lytnanj Staplchurst , Sow-
ant county , Orion Young.
Mr. J. Burrows , secretary of the state
alliance , lioaclquaito B t Melroy , Unge
county , aaka TIIK IlKK to announcu that lie
I will furnish free unon application , paniph.
lota In the Uuhemliin luiiuuage contalnlni ;
dlroot'onj for organ z ng ullluuco and other
A u invaluable atretigthonor fur the
nurves , musclca , and digoativo orgnim ,
producing atrungth and nppotito , is
liruwn'a Iron Bittora. 21d&wlw
The urop uuuuok.
Jit I'aul Monefr-i'rcjs.
The crop question is sottlmK itatU
vcry natiafuctorily. The acasou is now
BO lar advanced that it is riot promu-
turo or rash to rely upon accumulat
ing indications that the year 1882 is
to Lie ono of the most prosperous uu'd
produclivo in the whole history ( if
American agriculture. The wheat
crop will coruinly be the largest on
record. In every part of the country
but the spring wheat district of the
northwest , the harvest in well ad
vanced or nearly completed. The
local reports from the winter wheat
bi-lr , exiundinK fnun the upper Ohiu
yalloy across Indiana ami Iilinoia to
Missouri und Kuusnr , are BO outhusi-
astio ns to HUggvst the suspicion that
they are exaggerated by local rivalry ;
but they are berne out in most cases
by the sober reports of thu uxricul-
tiual department. These raise the
winter wheat average to 100 or higher ,
or ut least 20 per cent hiqhor than
lost year. The great deficiency i/f /
I I 1881 was largely owing to the almost
cum pie to destruction * of the winter
wheat eron by early drouths : All
through this Reason the conditions of
climate , temperature and mciaturo
throughout the winter wheat bull
huvu been peculiarly favorable to the
growth of tha principal co-
rtal , and the prospect for the
yield of winter wheat is
accordingly peculiarly bright. Bad
' weather during the harvest , now well
advanced , may still rcduco the agtro-
gate pruduot , but woeoem io have en
tered upon a neason of bright , warm
weather , nnd thuro is no good reason
to assume such reduction. As the loss
in winter wheat was mainly responti-
bio for the shortage last year , it maybe
bo assumed that the largo increase in
the winter wheat produce this year will
raise the aggregate product of the
whole country to or above the lev 1 of
1880 , when it was nearly 000,000,000
bushels , without making account of
spring wheat. But it is not necessary
to leave spring wheat out of account.
Of course the season is not so fur ad
vanced as to justify exact predictions ;
but the outlook for the later crop is
nearly or quite as favorable as that for
winter wheat. In spite of a slight ox
oess of moisture in the early spring ,
the season has been favorabln through
out the Northwest to the vigorous
growth and healthy development of
the wheat plant. Oool weather und
abundant moisture have nourished
the stalk , without inducing too
rank growth , and favored the forma
tion of well filled heads and plump ,
heavy grain. The excessive moisture
has caused tha appearance of rust und
induced n thin and sickly growth of
the plant on como low urourda , but
on the other hand , it IIUH almost on *
tirely extirpated the insect ; pests
which ravaged the fluids in the older
counties in the northwest in former
year * . Throughout Wiio main , North
ern Iowa and Southern Mimitsot * ,
the outlook for sprint ! wheat is cer
tainly more fuvorablo than it has been
at this season of any year since the
exceptional crop of Io77 , while the
crop in Northern Minnesota and Da
kota , in spite of come unpromising
fields on the low grounds of the lied
river valley , promises to maintain , if it
docs not exceed , its usual high aver
ngo. Thcro is room for the usual accl
dents of July blights and wet har
vests , but with reasonably gooc
weather henceforth , the spring , as
well as the winter wheat crop of the
country promises to bo the largest
over grown , Thcro is only ono reason
to qualify the expectation of
an 'extraordinary aggregate product.
This is the decrease of acrcatjo
devoted to wheat in most of the older
States. The disastrous failure of the
winter wheat crop last year and the
high piico of corn has induced a largo
increase in the corn ncrcago this year
atthooxpar f wheat. The grow
ing tendency diversity of crops in
the northwes nas alsi caused a con
siderable reduction of thu acreage of
spring wheat in Iowa , southern Min
nesota and Wisconsin , though thia
is probably balanced by the incrca'ad
wheat acreage in the newly settled
country in northern Minnesota and
Dakota. The increased yield per ncro ,
in both the winter and spring wheat
states will moro than compensate for
the diminished acreage" however , oven
if it is diminished on the whole. li
is u moderate estimate to conclude
that tha wheat crop oi the United
Statcain 1882 will exceed 500,000,000
acres for the Grot time in the history
of the country. It is not prudent just
yet to attempt to guess just how much
it will exceed that figure.
The outlook for the other leading
cereal , corn , is neither BO favorable as
that for wheat nor so gloomy as it
seemed earlier in the season. The
acreage devoted to corn and indeed to
all the coarser grains for reasons al
ready referred to , will probably bo
greater in 1882 than in any year in
the history of the country. The sea
son , however , up to this time has not
been favorable to corn. The cool ,
moist weather which facilitated the
growth of wheat was a drawback to
the planting , germination nnd growth
of corn , rttul there has boon a succes
sion of dismal reports from the largo
maize growing counties of Illinois ,
Indiana and Iowa. The conditions
wura less unfavorable farther oouth ,
however , nnd there is still time to ro
fain the ground lost. Kvon in the
localities that have suffered most , with
a hot , protracted summer , there may
still be an average yield of corn , tak
ing the country us u whole , nnd this ,
with the increased acoagc , will givonn
enormously increased aggregate pro >
duct. Estimates as to the yield of
corn are extremely precarious , how
ever , nnd must bo made with caution
and n good dcalof allowance for future
accidents. The cool summer weather
low prevailing may presage early
frosts , destructive to the unnm'urod
crop , which may cut down the pros-
> nctivo yield to an indefinite ) extent.
The outlook for the other coarse
grains , oats , barley and rye , io nearly
or quite as good as for wheat , and islet
lot subject to the snmo qualifications
as that for corn. The whole agricul
tural prospect is exceptionally bright.
It tlocu not seem likely , either , that
ho advantages which the producers
expect from an abundant crop will bo
neutralized by such a surplus as shall
; lut the market and bring about a
considerable tall of prico. The short
: rep of both wheat and corn last year
iss loft the country this spring with
nuoh loss than the usual surplus. The
export trade continued brisk through
ho fall and winter , until it was
checked by high prices in the early
spaing. The opening of lake naviga-
,1011 , stimulated the flow of grain from
ho interior to the seaboard , and there
lave been considerable shipments
abroad this summer. Altogether , the
country has boon pretty well drained
of wheat , as is indicated by the fucil *
ly with which corners are manipu-
ated in the western markets , while
ho homo consumption of corn for
'coding purposes has nearly exhausted
, ho supply. The information from
iuroportii grain-growing districts is
no - to afford basis for
mi-ager R an es-
imato of thu foreign demand
his year , but ( ho fruomontary
nformation available indicalos i.t
east the usual consumption. There
xro reports ol serious disasters Io crops
n the British Islands by wet weather ,
and the Egyptian war , if protracted ,
will interrupt the supply of grain from
ho Mediterranean districts and India
I'hore is no definite information from
Central Europe nnd Ilussia. The com
petition from these countries is not
sharp , however , und a very slight fall
) l price in the interior Of the United
States will give our markets the ad
vantage over ihom in the supply of
western Europo. It is aofo enough to
begin to enjoy in anticipation ot the
advantages to the industrial,7commor-
cial and financial interests of this couu-
try , which good crops are sure to
tiring , nnd to dismiss the gloomy foro-
bodinga of disaster likely to follow a
deficiency. As to the first symptom of
the change which is to bo expected
from good cropn and and a revived expert
port tiado , it may bo noted that the
oxp.rt of cold has stopped , with no in
dications of its resumption.
Hourly a Mlruolo.
K , AH nith Hall , Ulnghumptou , N , Y. ,
write < : "I uiiiFt-rcil for tm'cral months
with a dull pain through lelt lung und
vhculden. I bat my HflritH , appetite and
color , and could with dilllcutty kenp up ull
lay. My mother procured tumio UuimocK
UI.OOD llirriaiHj I to"k them as ( ilnanid ,
und h..vo fi'lt no pain ulnco first week after
using thrill , and am now quite well. "
I'riceSl.OO. jyl5-dlw !
Fuel for DurnluR Bnott.
It is obvious that some cheap substitute -
stituto for pine lumber must soon bo
Found for the construction of build
ings on prairie farms. The supply of
this material is fast becoming exhaust
ed , and as a consequence the price is
rapidly udvanoing. Brick would very
soon supersede wood for the construc
tion of farm buildings if a cheap ma.
; uriul could bo found for burning
hem. In most cases wood is quito
; oo scarce and expensive for the pur-
> ese and few attempts have boon
undo in this country to employ other
lubatanoos for feeding the fires of a
jrick-kiln. In England bitumioua coal
uid coke are both emplovpd for this
purpose. Finely pulverized coke is
lomotimes mixed with the clay from
which the bricks are made and this ,
with the aid of a little wood to start
lie fires , produces sufliciont heat to
vitrify the clay. Bricks made in this
lunncr are very easily burnedbut their
ippearanco is not quito as good as
when tnoy are burned in the way that
ii common in this country. It seems
strange that Yankee ingenuity has not
devised a method of usini- petroleum
> r some of its products for burning
urick. This oil is so cheap that it * is
proposed to usu it for generating steam
nnd for warming houses. It can be
very easily and cheaply transported ir
the largo iron tanks that are mountoc
on railway carriages. It produces nr
intense heat that can ho dircctcc
against any part of the kiln. _ If the
coke that is incorporated with the
clay was saturated vith petroleum , it
ould bo driven off on the application
of heat , and produce n fine flame in all
parts of the kiln. The coke could bo
manufactured wherever soft coal h
found , and the petroleum could bo do
livcroa at any point where railway
cars are run.
Bnintir'i DISTURB of the Kidneys ,
Diabetes and other Diseases of the
Kidneys and Liver , which you nro be-
ng so frightened about , Hop Bittora
s the only thing that will surely and
permanently prevent and cure. All
jthor pretended cures only relieve for
a time and thru make you many times
A casoof primitive bookkeeping was
lovolopcd in the cnurso of a trial in a
Louisville justice's court the other
day. An old German saloon-keeper
sued a thirsty customer for the amount
of a bar bill which the latter refused
to pay. The bill in amount was
there , but the court wanted the Horns
The saloon man was asked if ho had
kept an account. IIu had , Could ho
produce it ? Ho could. Would ho
bring it into court ? Ho would , and ho
trotted out. Presently ho returned
carrying a large pine door with the
toper's tally on it in charcoal. Long
marks wcro whiskys , short marks
wore bcorn , ho cxp'aincd , and count
ing them up at the price of drinks
they made the exact amount of the
bill. The justice could not got behind
such bookkeeping as this , and ho al
lowed the bill. The old Gorman left
the court room amid laughter and ap
plauso. That court scene would act
3ti the stage if it wore put in a play.
Horiford'B Acid Phonphrvte
is beneficial in inebriety and in many
diseases where the nervous system is
unstrung. " ju25d&nr-lw !
Plant Locust Trees.
Plant fruit trees first , nnd when you
liavo enough and to spare sow or plant
ocusts. They will servo a double
mrposo. First they will protect the
'ruit trees and in a measure the fruit ,
jcsidos proving of inestimable value
'or fencing and other purposes. Give
ho tall growing kind the preference.
Duo-half aero hns boon known to fur
nish fencing material for a farm of
200 acres for forty years without any
natorial diminution. Ono thousand
: recf ) can bo easily crown to the acre.
Among other points of desirability
, hey add to the beauties of the land
scape , pleasing the eye of the posses *
nor aa well ns adding to his profits.
There is no fear of loosing them by in-
clonuueies of the season , for as euro
ns ono dies three will bo certain to
uko ito place. A man who raises a
ino firovo hai not only the benefit
limstilf. but can take the credit of dong -
ng n favor for the rising generation.
Buckltn'H Arnica fcJalvo.
The BKHT SALVE in the world for Cute
jrulsus , Sores , Ulcers , talt Rheum , Fever
ver Sorca , Totter. Chapped Hands , Chll
ilalnn , Corns , and all skin eruptions , and
lositively curcs : > Iles. It is guaranteed t
live tiativfautfon or money refunded ,
'rice , 23 cents per box. For halo.tbv .O.
i" . Goodman
Why Borkunlroa Are Preferred.
Bwlao Broil < r'n Mtnnal.
They have boon known for a far
; roator lorn ; h of time than any other
iroed of swine now claiming atton-
litm. They arc moro perfectly adapt
ed to universal use than any other.
They art ) moro widely disseminated
hroiifihout iho world und are reared
n lurger nuiubors in the great pork-
> reducing regions than any other
> reed. As the Bctkihiro usually
loads the list , ho also forms the stand-
trd of comparison. The height of
mo niAii'u ambition is to produoa a
loir that is heavier than the Berk
shire ; of another , ono that will feed
as well ; or ono that is us prolific and
lardy ; or that will graze aa well ;
or that will produce as fine
lams and bacon ; or in
some ono or moro ways
csemblo the Berkshire the pittorn
log the first that fills the eye of
lourly every man who turns his at-
ontions to the rearing of awino. If
jopulunty is claimed for any other
jrood , it is in comparison with that
of the Berkshire. If size is mon-
: ioncd it is us larger or smaller than
the Berkshire. If color , it is said to
resemble or to differ from , as the case
nay bo , the Berkshire. If form of
lead or body , carriage of ear or other
points nro spoken of , the comparison
m each case is with the Berkshire
And finally , in noting the composition
of Bomo of the newer breeds , the
source whence their best blood and
most praiseworthy points are derived
is usually said to bo the Berkshire.
Wo cinnot help noticing tha liberal olfer
nwlo to all iuvallilH and sufferers by Dr.
King's New Discovery for i onnumptlon.
You are requested to call at U. F Uuod-
man'u Drug Store , and tft a Trial Bottle
free of cost , If you are giillorlmj with Con-
lumptluti , Severe Cougha , Cold * , Asthma ,
Srouchltlrf , Hay Fever , L < M * of Vulco ,
ilo-irMoness , or any alfetlou of the Throat
> r Lun''H. It will positively cure vou.
I iV [ PERISHABtS
U ai ai UcaMKM : HBIMBBa
I.irray & Lanman's
f LPRIDA WATER
Best far TOILET , BATH
and T AWDKERCHIEF.
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner South and Locust fitrccU.
S30T3COXTOC IWCO. ,
J. H HURST. . . iProp.
Rooms , 75o , 81.00 and1.50 Per Day
An elegant ItctUurant U connected llh thli
IOUM , u here mvali are mr > ed at rtaaonablo price *
icon day and night , mlo-m
licauty , liuiltliiii ; :
D.M. . WELTY ,
( SnooMt or to D. T. MonntO
Manufacturer And Dealer In
Saddles , Harness , Whips.
FANCY HORSE CLOTHING
Robes , Dusters and Storf Boofls
Agent < o JM. R. Illll te Co '
"Tho Best in The World. "
Orders Sol Idled. OMAHA , NEB
Ills ( ho concurrent tcstlinonyof the public and
horcc-Ildnnl pro'e-nlon that Hotelier's Mom-
sell Hitters I a medklnn lilch ch ens results
sicdllv fot. ! tlnroiiKh and benign Dei I la rcct-
ylnBllverillsorder , It Inv'goralcs thefcoble , con-
| Un kldnfy ntrl nliddrr < oaip.alnt , and Inn.
ens thocinvatcscrncorf Ihofo itcivcrmgfrom
enfeebling ill-eiscfl Moreover , It li the grand
specific for fovcr ami ague.
For ealo by all drugirlbtsand dcalcis generally
] l tool
No Cure ! \E8TABULMID i I 811
JVo fcnyj I f XiOOaMt St
St. Louis , is etill treat
ing all 1'IllVATK , NEIt-
VuUd , OlIItON 0 tnd
pjcl.il Dseises , , Spcrma-
torihica Inn oti ncy ( Sex
ual lncaaclt ( ) ) , Koaalj
Divcan-o , IrrrguUri us ,
DKllcultics , ttc.
s.bCtu 25ccnt <
> tt2mpst p ycxpresi
charge * on a ' 'valu.bld '
work" entitled "olsc.fei
of Women , etc. " Work
on CHRONIC DiBKisrs , one stamp iiTVIcti-no
of 8clf-abui > e or Prhato Lilscaso. send 2 stamps
for CKLRBBATRD WOIIKS on Ncrvrui and Mxutl
Dlsouoi. ( lonsultatlon peraniully or by letter ,
FREE. Consu t the old Doctor. THOUSANDS
CURED. Olllco in quiet , irivato , respectable
place. You uce no ono liU' the doctor. Dr.
i lirko li the only physician In Iho city whow-r-
lauti can's or no piy J'edlclncs tcut every
where. Hourd , 8 A M. W 8 r. M , d&wly
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
The Most Successful Remedy over dlscor-
rod , as It Is certain In Its effects and do on not
> li6ter. BEAD PKOOF UEL.OW. . Alto excellent
or hunu.n ( leih. '
FROMIA PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Washlrgtcnvllio , Ohio , June 17 , 1831. Da
) . J. K 3Dtu. , &Co. : Cents Reading your ad
vertlscmoht in Turf , Hold and B\irm ot your
Kendall's Spavin Cure , a d having a valuable
and speedy barno which had been lame from
pavlu for eighteen month * , I Bout to you for
bottle ly oxpnMi , which l.j six weeks removed
nil IIIIICMMS and enlargement and a hrgs cpl'ut '
rom another horce , end both horses nro to-day
Wbomid oo coltp. The one bottle waa worth tone
no one hundred dollars. Respectfully
ronrs , H. A. D.'HTOLBIT , M. D.
Send for IIIustrat'H clrcjlar slvlng poRltlve
proof , Price 31. All Diugirlsta have It or can
[ Otltforjou. Dr. n. J Kendall A Co , Pro-
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEJJXCINE
TRADEMARK The Great VJJBU
oily. An un
rhca , Iinpot-
oncy , and all
. o AFTER TABIHQ.
HolNAtMiic ; aa Losa ol Memory , Universal Laal
udo , Pain In the Back , Dlmneid of Vision , Premature
mature Old Ago , and many other Dlecmes that
cad to Insanity or Consumption and a Premv
ure Orave. ,
fcyKull particulars In onr pamnhlst , which
e desire to eend Irco I v mall to everyone.
ftSTThe Sixitlft t Medicine Is wld by all drugglata
at flpor package , or 6 pncl ec9 for C5 , or will
he sent free by mall on ie < > Ipt'ol the money , by
- THKOJMY IGUICINECO. ,
Utflalo , N , Y.
Did Sores ,
i * \r
3iuros When Hot Springs Fail
i , AV.K. , May S. 1831
Vfa h vo wac * In our own town who lived t
Hot Springi , * ud wcie finally cured with S. 8. ti.
MrOiUMON & UUBUT.
IF YOU ncutt.cciue to FCC ua and \UWILL
CURB YOUll OK charge nothing 11 Write for
particular ) and copy of llttlo licok ' "
to tha Unfortuoato Bu"
.OO R w
biofiwho wlM m3 , on onalrali 100 lottl.
3.8. 8. , one particle oi Mercury , Iodide Po n
turn or > ojr Mineral eubatauco.
BWUTSPKOIFIO CO. I'ropi.
Vrlce ot Hmall dtp , f 1.00.
Hold by KKNNAKD BUO8. I. 00
n ftU .
K yon nifler Irom.Dyipcpma , usfl
If you aro&DllctaJ 1th nillonmew , ngo
DUnDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
It you are prostrated with sick Headache , take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
( your Boweh are dlsorJcrcJ , regnlatu them with
BUKDOCK BLOOD BITTElta
Kv.nir IlloodH mpure , purlly 1 tilth
DUKDOCK BLOOD BITTKU8.
Iyouh.\ Indigestion , you n III tind an antidote
BURDOCK BLOOD KITTCltS.
t TOU ire troHulcd nlth Spring Complaints , cr
ullcato them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
(5 our Lkcrla torpt'l , rcstoro Itto healthy action
vlth BUUDOCK BLOOD BIITERS
f jour Liver Is atiectcd , you nil ! find n sure ro-
Btoratlvoln BURDOCK BLOOD BtTTEIlS.
f you have any spccleg of Humor or rimplo , fall
not to Uko BUUDOCK BLOOD B1TTEUS.
I you hat o any rymptoins ot Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curatlvo remedy will bo found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and \ltMity to the ays- i
cm , nothllig can equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
'or Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
ystcm with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
rlcs , al.OO cei Bottle ; Trial Bottle * 10 Cta
FOSTEB , MILBUM , & Co , , Props ,
BTTFFALO , N. Y.
Eolcl at wholesale by Ish & McMabon andC. F.
oodman. _ io 27 ood-me
Dleoaso Is an effect , not a cause. Its origin 1
within ; ita manKeatatlons without. Hence , to
cure the disease the CAUSBmuat ba removed , and
n no other way can n cure ever * o effected.
JVARNEU'S SAFE K1DNDY AND
jl VER CURE Is established on jubt thia
linclplo. It realizes that
95 Per Cent.
fall diseases arize from deranged kidneys an
vcr , and it strikes at once nt the root of the
Ifflculty. The elements ot which it Is composed
ct directly upon these great organs , both as a
OOD ai d RESTORER , and by placing them In a
calthy , condition , drive disease and pain from
For the innumerable troub'cs caused by un-
icalthy Kldncjs. Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
he distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria ,
nil physical derangements generally , this great
: m uy has no equal. Btwaro of Impostors , 1m-
atlona and concoctions nald tn bo just as rood.
For sale by uU dealers.
H. H. WARNER & CO. ,
_ Roohoatar N. Y.
Kcvcr falls ta cute
Nervous Dokllltr. VI.
tal Exhaustion , Emln-
ilons , Seminal Wcak-
HOOD , and all the
wit elltcts of youth'
( ul follies and cxcci-
ics. It ntopd perma
uently all weakening ,
Iralus upon the et-
cm , thelnovltablo result -
, . , , sult of these evil prao-
Ices , which arc so destructive to mind and bodj
nd make lifo miserable , ottcri leading to insani-
y and death It strengthens the Nerve llralri ,
Domoryf Blood , Musclce , llisei-tlve and Repro-
ucth o Orcans , It restores to all the orcanli
unotlnns their former % lgor and vitality , ma-
Ing life cheerful and enjoyable. Price , $3 a
iDttle , or four times tno quimlty ? 10. Sent bj
xprcss. secure ( rom ol criatlonto any address ,
n receipt of price. No. C. O. U. sent , except
n receipt of ? 1 oa a guara tee. Letters rj-
uoitlng aniwcra must inclotiu ptamp.
Dr. Mintio'u Dandelion Pi'ila
re It J host and cheapest dyepopsla and bllllous
uro In the market. Sold by all dru Klsts. Price
Da MiKTi ' KiKNinr RBMBDT , KupKimciru ,
Cureatll klndol Kidney and bladder complalnto ,
onorrhea , gleet and leucorrhea. For sale uy all
lauggiGta : tin bottle.
KNULISII MKDICAL INSTITUTE.
Tiaoilvobt. , at , Louis , lio.
For Sato In Omaha by
C. F. GOODMAN.
ir jouur. i "Mi
. fni-li.vsw ! JIIRII ot lev _
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> 0ur' luU.s Hvoi-1 ' nipl.t worV t" rr
Mop Bittc.ro jw jt" u Hop Dr
' t l
jlbCirtlon or di'siim tiui i If you an > nt.t
rleii oi ulaKlo , old nr , uuiis , uiriTlnv frci
, lmr oa K bmi * ? j
UP jo , rily on Hop iHltterA * T
fr am > 'n
'orra ' jf K ! o n o t
Useafco chat intuit-
tlmnly I HO'
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ninliu , nd IrrcfiUta
if ti" WOlBOCh , tila c u r a t n.
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fmirfl. , drunh nn i > i >
liicrot ntnt ) nso ot ujilusi
You fill t > o U V > coc , c *
eiinxllf JOUMBC Din-otlcj.
Hop Bitter *
Hold D a mt
Itjou re and rl t . K nJt" ,
in It may U01BITttM. .
tivo you i
life. U has
AT radio , Ct'
To Nervo-is Sufferers
THE GREAT EulfioPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B , Simpson's Specific
U Io * po6tlocurw | lor Kptrrantcirhca , Semln
Veokncr * , Jmpotancy , tnJ nil dluctaen nauHlnj
rom Hell-Abuso , is Men til Anxiety , Loan
that lead to
- * The
bcln j ua.'J
inTlmilaAU. "Wrltafoitbc-naaJ ctfrjfr ri
PrligpocUe , Jl.OO ffi jucki g , or tx p ckl
tree for i'b.Ofl. Addrc ill cmk-r to
B. 8IU80N ilKDICINB CQ.
No. 101 and 100 Wain ft Buflalo , N , T.
BoH la Omaha by C. V. Ooodmau , J , W. Boll.
J. K. Uh , and all 'frucvln vtryFher .
< t .J4
BLACK'OnAUHHT" - -
' i-iirt-s tlj
" ' " " M'IIIM milt hcisrtliuni.
WB. MILLAIUJ. * J
, . .
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and TCMesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRT PRODUCE SOLICITED
Agents for Peck & Baushers Lard , aiid Wilber Mills Flour
OMAHA , - - - NEB
OMAI1A NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL .fe CO.
J" . GT. OO
OMAHA , NEB.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
Window and Plate Glass.
2TAnyono contemplating building store , bank , or any other flno . will find It to their ad.
vantage to corns end with us before purchasing their Plato Glass.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - NEB.
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha.
On River Bank , Bet. Fariiham and Douglas Sts. ,
lift I P JA cftArr
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
OlfiiES m IAMAOTUEED TOBACCO ,
NAILS AHD LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO.
v * > iwti * & > rnmi > &i ? < v "jnsTvraw A fVT''f *
HENRY LEHMANN ,
IP.A. IF IE IR , ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
WHOLESALE AND HKl'AIL DEALER IN
Lath , Singles , Pickets ,
SASH , Donnrv , euriDS , MGLQ CS , un/iE / , CEMENT
KBIT. gg-w-ge 3g ,
3-flTATE AOKNt VOK MILWAUKEE CKUEKT COMPANY !
Near Union Pacific Daunt. - OMAHA WE I- -
EJ3C2J * 3C3Hi
'POWER ' AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
UALLADAVBWiN9 11LLB GHUHOH AND SCHOOL BELLS
Cor. Fare am and 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
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