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THE DAILY BEE WEDNESDAY , ATVUST 23 lbS2.
The president Is wearing n toll white lint
Victor Hugo has become so de ( that h
can not enjoy conversation.
W. 12. Chandler fa harn nosed ma
with ft bright cyo and retreating chin ,
It is reported that Gen. Abe Ruforrl wl
noon * t rt ft "Christian Army" paper a
Olive Logan say BernhnrdtV htubnnc
in highly Uis ftble. Mr. Uemhardl'
opinion of Olive has not been made pub
The woman who wants to change he
name and become Mrs. Von llulow , wife
of the pianist , in Maria Amalla Katharine
Mrs. Scovlllo has nccompliilicd n mnar
tiling during the past fortnight. She 1m
kept linr mouth fthut and her family mat
tern out of the papers.
Don Cameron should not talk of aban
cloning public , life. It in a llttlo too uiucl
like liiimarck , and imitations are ncldon
a BUCCCM In politic * ,
Anna Dickinson pays there are not thrc
men in this country who can play Hamlet
Anna is evidently feeling kindlier towan
the men this summer ,
Oscar Wilde pronounced Miss Alsatli
Allen , of Montgomery , Aln. , the moV
twautiful young lady he had teen in tin
t United States.New Orleans Times.
Two policemen accompany Mr. Olnd
ntone to chuich every Sunday. It lookn
as though Mf. Gladstone wouldn't ' be
over C to 10 on an over ruling I'rovidcnco
Among the notable * at Long Brnncli is
Itoad Commissioner Haycr , of Fremont
( ) . Mr. Hayes will bo remembered n.
having resided tn Washington from 187' '
Miss Coraon , tbo cook and lecturer , hold
that oatmeal and beef-shin soup in all the
food that man needs , but as for her , rho
wants fried chicken and fourkinJs of calco
Detroit Free l'resi.
The Illinois prohibitionists are so inn
nt Green 13 , Ilium , the commissioner o
internal revenue , that he was repeatedly
referred to in their convention tlio other
day as Green Brandy K.um.
Adam Ilrdgcocki a negro who claimed
to bo over 120 years of age , was buried at
McKlnnoy , Tex. , on the 1st Inst. , his fu
neral tielng one of the largest over held in
that town. A good , steady liar is always
respected in Texas ,
If. Do Leraopi Is a good deal of a man ,
but ho Is not ono of the powers of modern
Europe. If the old gentleman would
rave the canal ho constructed for the
British , ho should go homo and become
cahn.A Polish woman , a fresh importation ,
told a Milwaukee directory canvasser her
name was ' 'Sullwan , " Ho asked her to
Jipell It. Slut couldn't ; but brought him an
rnvclopo dlrcctrd to her. It wan "Mm ,
It is authoritatively announced that Mr.
"Vemior , the weather manufacturer , in
wrestling with an attack of Maine rheu
matism. Mr. Vennor , after setting up
the pins for somn damp , bad weather ,
didn't have sense enough to come in when
the rain began , and as Alalno is n prohibi
tion state , they call It rheumatism , llbcu-
inatitm is good.
Horace Grcclcy's famous staco driver ,
Hank Monk , is now employed on the pro
posed line of the Northern 1'acltic , In
Montana. A particularly bold but inex
perienced road agent undertook to Btop his
coach the other day , but Hunk whipped
, up his hones and dashed elF with five bul
lets Hying after him , ono of which struck a
hone. Tbo animal did not , however ,
break down till the stage reached a freight
" " Walton the horse
"Plunger" , racing
gambler , has concluded to try a whirl on
Wall street The "PJungerr > has notified
his partners in the new business that ho
will do all the speculating in stocks , gam
bling in grain , cotton or petroleum , bet
ting on horse races , playing poker or'
matching pennies for the firm. It inuy bo
added that ho expects the firm to do a
great deal of that kind of business. Mr.
Walton is evidently u very keen man ,
Sir Garnet Woleeloy. who has just gone
out to take command in Europe , is very
quick and brisk in his ways , with a trim
military appearance , and great readings
of adaptation to change of circumstances.
lie possesses Napoleon' * faculty of tnjcinp
fit ft rfwiW th9 measure of n man , and
Icnowinff how best to Use his ability. Ho
has succeeded In ovcry position in which
he has been placed , Like Sir Frederick
Koborts. England' * other creat general , ho
ia an Iri.hmnn from near Dublin ,
By Eon. Caserns M. Clay.
Industrial South ,
I'am tired of '
ing cry of "Wo want Yankee brains
and enterprise. " Wo don't any auoh
thing wo want southern brains and
enterprise. What the south wants is
common sense and action , The old
Tilling class was not , and ia not , a
more inefficient class , than the same
strata in Now England. On the con
trary , history shows that when wo ap
plied ourselves to the thing in hand
wo excelled the north. Wo had more
good statesman and orators than the
north. Our military men were the
, .1 . foremost. In manners and taste the
south , with all her smaller cities and
sparse population , was at least equal ,
and abroad hold superior , to the
north. In physical development they
are , and have been , superiors ol the
north. Slavery prevented manufac
tures and commerce , and interfered
with common education , and , there
fore , was a block to most of the progress -
gross of modern civilization me
chanic arts , roads , building , ships ,
and all that , It prevented invun-
tions and the intelligent use of the
methods already known. It warred
against economy and self-restraint.
But slavery is gone , and gpno forever ,
and the road to progress lies full and
free before us ,
IM If we takn the old tdavo line as the
border of the south , wo have a larger
and better surface and soil than the
north and also bettor claims , Wo are
the place of the great world staples ,
cotton , corn ( ranizo ) , tobacco and rice.
There are vast fields yet to bo occu
pied with the BUgar cane. The cot
ton and all these other staples should
reach their highest preparation for
consumption hero. Wo have all the
minerals of the world ,
Wo have the cltmo for the best
poaches , apples and cherries , not to
speak of the orange , banana , lemon
and the watermelon and many small
fruits. The vine and silk culture
must succeed hero , if auywhoro in
America , The south haa the best
timber ; the wood of the sunny clime
ia firmer , stronger and more varied
than ia the north , and its growth
inoro rapid. When forestry becomes
an art and culture , as it will , the
south will bo the place of its highest
When sorghum and the sugar boot ,
the ono for stock and the other for
sugar , shall become reat staples , and
they will in time , the south will bo
the place for their culture , Wo huvo
also the site for flax and hemp , and
the best wheat and barley.
There ia plenty of capital In the
couth for all legitimate purposes.
Whore comes the money for our for
eign travel , our summer watering
places , our extravagance in housohoh
and personal decoration ? Wo hnv
enough to begin with , and moro wil
join us if need be , M in our now cot
ton factories ,
WHEN TO BEGIN AND HOW.
Wo should begin with the mnnnfac
turo of such of our staples as maize
wheat and onto , in distilling and in
grinding in wool as well as cotton
Wo should moro slowly ; first crawl
then toddle , then up nud away as the
boy and maul Lot all the talkers of n
city , and village , and cross-roads , gel
together , and "strike out" by forming
a joint stock company to make horse
shoes , hoes , nio3 , especially the wooden -
on parls of the same. For this , the
best machinery known should bo used ,
to BIU-O the expenditure of the labor.
Much of this must bo imported im
port also the skilled men to operate it
at the beginning. Everywhere lot ono
intelligent man study the surround
ings. At ono plnco hoo-helvoa , encode ,
chisel and axe-handles and all that is
bostj at another coal miningalato ,
clay and such industries as are proper :
staves , railroad tics and barrels.
I return again to the beet , for it
must at gojjjo time rival cotton , The
beet has not boon a success in Amer
ica , bccauso it lias been grown too far
north the South is the jlaco. The
company should start on u small ccnlo ,
raise aotno boots themselves , ongaqo
others , send prudent men to Franco
and other countries to study their ma
chinery and methods , and then enlarge
operations only with successfully ox-
porionco. 1 stake my reputation for
judgment on this industry. Sugar ia
ono of the greatest luxuries of life , is
n most agrcoablo and wholesome food.
It grows ( the beet ) in the finest and
moat healthy climes , it gives employ
ment to men , women and children ,
md the refuse ia a most valuable food
'or live stock. Who will deserve the
; ratitudo of all America and the world
by making the best sugar cultivation
a success'/ /
may excel ours in oomo thing , but
hey are few , The potato does best
hero now under our present culture ,
) Ut the south has learned something
about potatoes , and begins to riyal
hem. Some northern apples now ex
cel ours , but it is bccauso vermin do
tot destroy them. After long oxpo-
ionco , I believe the apple is best
outh of 38 degrees north. They
mvo beaten us in hay only because Wo
llowod them to cxcul us in summer
jrazing for oowa , and superiority
horcforo in butter and choose. I3ut
ho field lies open for contest , bo-
auso I know that last year , the driest
vor known in Kentucky , the rod
lever remained green all through ,
nd there io no bettor food than rod
lever for cows , green or cured.
In fishing the north now is ahead
f us , but the south is full of the
nest fish , and the time ia near when
lioy will bo utilized. AH our sea
lasts are full of fine fish , and if the
arp , the "domestic fish , " succeeds at
ill , it must bo in the south. Wo
mvo but ono thing to contend against ,
nd that is self-satisfaction.
A General Stampede.
Never was such n rush xnado for any
) rug store an is now at 0 , F. Goodman's ,
or a Trial BotHo of Dr. King's Now Dis-
iorcry for Consumption , Coughs and
/olds. All persons alllicted with Asthma ,
Bronchitis , Hoareoness. Severe Coughs , or
uy affection of the Throat and Lungs
an get a Trial Bottle of this greatromcdy
fit , by culling at above namodjDnig
mproas of Bandala Worn by a Race
an Francisco Chronicle.
An unusually largo number of in-
created auditors was present last ovon-
ng at the mooting of the Academy of
sciences. The walls of the apartment
n which the mooting was hold were
> ung with cloth diagrams of the mam
moth footprints unearthed within the
walls of the Nevada ntato prison. The
diagrams were obtained by rubbing
ampblaok over the prints , which were
hen pressed over with canvas and af-
orwards painted , the work being un
dertaken by 0. Irayton Gibbos , cura-
or and mineralogy , and Dr. H. W.
larknoss , who were dispatched by the
academy to undermine the Nevada
Hiiiitonliary in the interest of science ,
heir expenses being paid out of the
. /rocker fund for scientific research.
Dr. Ilarkncss rend the paper of the
evening , maintaining that the foot-
irinta were of thn pliooono period and
mtodatod the present river system of
ho Sierras. Thn Nevada state prison
ies in a valley which has an elevation
> f 4,300 , feet and is flanked by the
sierras , the Washoo range and the
omewhat elevated range of hills in the
Oaraon desert. The prison was built
about twenty years iigo on the extreme
point of a hill , having an elevation of
about sixty foot. The hill is fortnod
if sandstone which has its origin in
ho detritus brought by wind and wa-
or from the Sierras. This point was
ihoson with n view to utilizing the
abor of the convicts , and about an
aero and three-quarters have boon re
moved to a depth varying from fifteen
o thirty-two foot , showing the hill to
> o formed of layers of sandstone , ul-
ornating with scams of clay. In the
ewer stratum exposed by the work-
nun numerous frcuh-wator shells of
ho gonua Anodonta are obaonod. At
in elevation of thirteen feet above
heao is found another stratum , in
rhich , in addition to the Anodonia ,
are seen a species of 1'hysa an inter
esting discovery , from the fact that
Harenco King reports no fresh-water
holla in the region except ono. The
toor of the area bears evidence of huv-
ng boon tilted nt a period subsequent
o its deposition , and gives evidence
of having been at ono time the shore
of somolako , local and isolated ,
TltACKS OK MONHTKU HEN ,
There were found six soriea of
racks of man , in regular order , and
melt showinc , moro or lets plainly ,
ho imprint of a sandal , The tracks
voro laid in a layer of sediment of
lorhapa two inchta in depth. Far
lelow this layer ia found the compact
Baud-stono. In each iustanco the
uud has boon raised by the pressure
of a foot into a ridge , which entirely
surrounded thu print. This mud ia
only broken on pxposuro. In nearly
all the too portion of thu sandal is
well shown , Backward from the too
wo generally find the impression of
ho outer aandal. The sandal is found
o bo nineteen inches in length , eight
nches at the ball of the foot , while
the heel is six inches in breadth. It
its outline the impression follow
clearly the shape of the human foot
The average length of the stride i
two feet three inches , and thn r.trad
dlo eighteen inches. One market
feature to which attention was callcc
was that in all tlioso tracks the toes
turn well outward , which is not , RS a
rule , the habit of the North America !
Indian , Twelve perfect cases were
obtained. Invariably the tracks were
lost as they led into the lodge.
MARKS Or MAMMOTH.
Other tracks were also found , sup
posed to bo these of the mammoth
( Elophas primo-genus ) . They wore
eight in number , with an average
stride of four feet 'lj inches , the foot
having a diameter of twcnty-ono
Inches , Neither the toes nor the pads
were distinct. Two moro series were
discovered presenting ton tracks in
lino. In these the mud had been eo
soft that a ridge of about five inches
had formed itself about each print.
There were also seen the prints of a
waditic bird either also the whoop
ing crane or the big blue heron. These
were seemingly not larger than the
sizes now living. Tracks of the antelope -
lope , the wolf , and either the buffalo
or the horse were also found. Tvto
claims have been advanced why the
sandal-shaped'prints were not these of
a human being : First , on account ol
ihcir colossal flizo , and secondly , because
cause the space between them creates
a suspicion that they were of
in animal other than man.
Dr. llarkness , however , believes that
his was duo to the sandal worm ,
which disagreeable footwear also com-
jelled the walker to distend hia limbs.
With the exception of the heel , in all
.ho footprints except ono the too in
, ho sandals was very distinct , and
while not one perfect imprint of n
sandal was found , still by taking the
various missing parts found in differ
ent specimens , the resemblance of a
sandal was obvious , The paper was
urthor illustrated with stereopticon
views of the prison quarry and its
Chairman Justin P. Moore nnnounu
od the donation by Mrs. E. JJ. Crock
ir to the academy of her private col-
cction of 1,000 , birds and 500 nuun-
naln , valued nt $12,000 , and all of them
mounted in handsome cases , and
omo of the specimens , which cumo
rom various portions of the world ,
lot even being possessed by the Brit
ish museum. Dr. Kellogg , W. J.
tloyors and Olmrloa G. Yale wore np-
lointod a cominittuo to frame rcsolu-
iona oxproasivo of thanks to the
Miss Nolliio G. Sanborn and E. B.
lail were nominated for resident
Wright's DisoaRo , Ilialiotis , Kidney ,
Llvor OF Urlunl Diseases.
Ilayo no fear of any of these dis
eases if you usu IIop JMtters , as they
vill prevent and euro the woral cases ,
> von when you have been made wane
> y some great pulled up pretended
What to do With the Corn-Cobs.
On many farms corn-cobs can bo
icon scattered about the promises ,
mlf buried in the earth. Corn-cob *
n this state are a nuioanco , besides
lispleaaing the eye they give the
place a , slovenly appearance. In n
mlvorizod state they muke from ordi-
mry to fair bedding and act as an ab-
orbont of liquids of the stable.
Yheh converted into charcoal they may
> o considered of so/mo / vpluo , A heavy
ior cent of the cobs are dry matter ,
rhich when raked in piles and burned
o a charred state , first sprinkling lib-
rally with salt , will bo found of
value as a feed for hogs and other
tock , who will eat an allowranco of it
rom time to time with u relish. Corn-
obs in the manure- pile or stable are u
luisanco and damaging to horacs and
If You Are Ruined
n health from any cause , especially
rom the use of any the thousand nos-
rums that promise so largely , with
eng fictitious testimonials , have no
car. Ilesort to IIop Bitters at once ,
and in a short time you will have the
moat robuat and blooming health.
The Hotel Clerk Learning a lioason ,
It had boon quito a busy week for
ocal hotels in Now York. More than
he usual notable and distinguished
ransiunts had been there , to Eiiynoth
ng of Ching Ling , Ding-a-Ling-a
jinc and Hard Pan Shan and the rest
> f the Chinese embassy at the Grand
"Intondcu stoppco hero long ? " said
'oung Mr. Smith to a Cesloatial stroll
rho was making u puzzle out of the
wooden toothpickn on the counter.
"Sir , " said the Peking man ,
"Stoppoo long in Now Yorkeo ? "
opoated Mr. Smith with uamilo broad
n ita hospitality and conveying hia
lusiro to bo pleasant.
"Wo ahall remain in the city but a
> riof period , " replied the Celestial ,
'prior to resuming our journey to
Then ho walked away , not until ho
md left with the junior proprietor of
ho Grand ono of his choicest diplo-
natio grins and rarest Hong Kong
When Mr. Smith ascertained that
10 had been talking to a Harvard
raduato and ono who was "up" in
ix languages besides broken China ,
10 was dumbfounded and went out on
ho Broadway side , walked and looked
p and down as if in search of ono of
liuso boya who kick a Gordon prose.
Joo. lUcon , Importe , lud. , writes :
'Your'SriiiNQ 15i.os.so > ! 1 Isall you cracked
; up to lie. My ity pe | > t < ia has all vanished ;
vhy don't you mhcrtleo it ; what allow-
, tice will you make H I taVo H dozen Lot-
Its , so that 1 could oblige my f lends occa-
lonallj } " Price DO cents , trial bottles 10
nWPERISHABLE - .
Best Pr ) TOILET. BATH
0. SPE011T , - - Proprietor.
1212 Harney St. - Omrlia , Neb
DOJIMER WINDOW * } , FINIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Spccht's PAtent Motalio Skylight.
Patent Adjusted Ratchet Bar
and Bracket Shelving. I am
the general agent for the
above line of goods.
OrMtlngs , Rnlu tr .dct , Verandat.'Oftlcs ' ene
Dunk Hnlllnef , VVIndov/ and Cellar
Guard * i alto
COL , L. T , FOSTER ,
Yonng'town , Ohio , Moyip , 18SO.
Dn. D. J. HRXDALL * Co. I had a , very rain *
slo Ifambictonlm colt tint Iptlznd very I Ignly ,
liohacla large li > no p * In en ono Jimt and a
imall one on tbo other which made IIIm > cry
lame ; I had htm under the charge o two voter *
Inary surgeons v.Ue'i ' ftiled to uiro him , 1 via
ona any reading the dv'oitlHOmcnt of Ivcndall'n
Spavin Cm3 in the Chicago Express , ! determined
atonci to try It a d gut ourtriup nta Hereto
8 > nd f rlt.ord they rriUrcdttreo battles ; . ! to-k
ill.ard I thought I would pita ( t a thdiouzh
; il l. I used Ita.cjrJInp t ] dtrcctl n * Mid the
"ouiih day the colt coiBGcl to bo Inmo and the
umistmodlsippcnrul. I used bit ono bottle
and fie colt's llmon rons free of lutnpiandag
imooth as any horse In the tints Ho tufntlra-
y cured. The euro w. 83 remarkable that I
mvo let two of ray neighbors huvo the rcmalii
ng two bcttlcs who i > reno * u-lnult.
Very respectfully ,
L. T. FOSTER.
Send for Illustrated circular giving positive
jroof. Price 31. All DrutfRlstg have It or can
[ ct It for you. Dr. n. J. Kendall & Co' , Pro-
irlctorp. Knosbtinjh i'allo , Vt.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
No Cure t J. F8TABUS11KD 18Bi ) 811
No Pny ! I ) JLoonet St
St. Louis , Is etlll treatIng -
Ing all ritlVATK , NKIt-
VuOfl , OIIKON10 end
pccl.il Diseases , Spcrnm-
tarih < ca Im ) > otiiicy ( Sex
ual lncaj.ftclt } ) , Fei'ale
Ditcosi1" , Irregularities ,
UiUicuHlcfl , etc.
tUf LadlesBcnl 5 centi
( In-Ftnraps ) t p y express
clmrpoa on a "valuabb
uork" entitled "Uso fci
of Women , etc. " Work
on Ciino.Nic DISEASES , ono stamp 5rVlctInis
of Scll-abuaa or Prhnto Disease , ecnd 2 stamp ?
or O.LKiinAir.D WORKS on Nirvou * and oxuil
ilsoascs. Consultation perscmlly nt Ly letter ,
WE : Consu t llio old nootor. THOUSANDS
CURKi ) . Orllco In quiet , trlvate , rrapectablo
ilaco. You BCD no ono but the doctor. Dr.
larko Id the only physician In the city who w t-
in'iU curi'H or no pa ; Medicines tent c\cry
where. Hours , 8 A. M. to 8 r. M. tl&wly
/ other treatment
an nocturnal l.mrts , strictures , \ailocolo ,
aexuil , uilimry , gravel , e'ono , ulcers , HrlghtVi ,
diabetes , dropsy , consumption , sere threat , ca-
arrh , dizziness , bllHoisncia , malm la , ncumlgla ,
rheumatism , heart , kidney and bladjcro ! eifcs ,
are rurcdby the A-ahcl Mineral Spring Water ,
ft the perfectel treatment of the hiuopennnml
Irrcrlcan HcdlcU Bureau gpeclilty hvMchcs In
Condon , Paih , Vicnni , Berlin , Mid FevTork
Vamphlet , with dlnctlo 8 nnd ccr.ldcatoi of
cures , frco Moilte 1 truat ! on Impotence ,
tcrlllty , dlsca < cd ros'.r to. plnnd. a datphilta ,
25c. I'flio ' B , 131 LctongtOD avo. New York city
MARK , ,0 OrcatTIU.Dfc MARK
Eni < llHh rem
rbca , Impotency -
oncy , and all
follow BJ c.
BEFD3ETAKi:0. ; : cqucnco of AFTER TARIRQ.
IJolf-AbuHe : as Loa3 of Memory , UnlruraM Lossl
tudo , 1'ntn In the l\ct ! ! , Dlmncra of Vlblon , Premature
mature Old Ago , and many other Dtacasea that
lead to Insanity or Consumption nad a Prcma-
jCsrrtill particulars In our pamohlct , which
we deflro to acud free 1 v mall to every one.
3TTho Sneclfl cilccllclno (3 ( gold by all dnijjplutu
at } 1 per pacUa 'o , or B pack iitea for SO , or will
bo sent free by mall on rcr ipt of the money , by
' ' TUB GRAY ofEDICINB CO. ,
Buffalo , N. Y.
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
A Cam Gnarnptnerl-
Dr. B. 0. West Nerve and Drain Treatment
t specific for Hysteria , Dizziness , Convulsions ,
fcrvous Headache , Mental Dcprosalon , Loan of
iIcinorySpennatorrha , lmpotoncy , Involuntary
Jrnl alou9 , I'romaturo Old ARC , caused by overexertion -
exertion , self-abuee , or over-indulgence , which
oads to misery , decay and death. One bor will
; uro recent cages. Each box contains ono month's
roatiucnt. Ono dollar a box , or six boxes for
Dro dollar * ; eent by mall prepaid on receipt of
irlce. We guarantee elx boxes to euro cuy cose ,
With each order received by us for nix boxes , ac
companied with flvo dollars , will send the pur-
chieor our written guarantee to return the
money II the treatment tc > not effect n euro.
0. F , Uoodrnan , DrUK tot , Bole , Wholcralo and
rogul Agent , Omnhu , Nab. Ord r by mall at
Jfa yehrlnk from pu llrlty In connection with
i. H. a. , but u onto permitted to refer to thu ( ol-
on Ing persons u ho ha > o knoun and wi'.ncsseJ
U wuiuerful tffccts :
frnnr , Houston Co , , Oa.
Wo liavo kiK'wn ' "Snllt'n t-pcclllc" toiled In
luiidreda of mott ohetlnalocas sol i < lood 1'olsou-
ng , Mercurial Illnuuuitiem , BcrotuU , Sere ,
'tzoira , Cat rrh vto , and do cat tclcriUously
cstlfy that It mut ul h the most perfect anil alg.
ial ucecss , clleo'od radical and pcrniincnt cures
n every o \\ithout a single oxcontlon.
lugh L DentmrJ , Gco. W Kill n ,
obti O. IlroMn , Oca. W. Singleton ,
V'm , llrunaon , John H , Hose ,
Junes 1) . i harp , K 1 Warren.
Moore ft Tutt o. J , W. UeUIn ,
. W. Wlmbqrly , J. W. Woolfock ,
V. D. Hcne , bhcrlff , J. W. Mann. Co. Trcas.
0. 0. Duncan , T. II. Klllcn ,
D y & Gordon , T. 11 , liulncr , the lff.
We are personally acquainted with the go tie-
\Nhoio8gnaturc8 appear to tbo bo\e ccr-
itknte. Ihsynro iltlzonu of said cjunty , of the
ilghoit rcepectablllty and character.
A. H. G11KS. Ordinary , Houston Co. Co.
1) . 11. CULLKIt , cl'k Bup. Ct. llou.ton Co. Ga.
"Nothlnpbut fa > orable report * , Believe
.Is a specific for all Blood DUeosss.
nlvcrml sitUfactlon "
O. W. JONE3 & CO. . Merophl , Tenn.
"S. S , 8. elves better uatlifactloii than any-
wo ha\oe\er handled. "
JACKS & CO. , Helena , Ark ,
"lltvo never heard a complaint of S. 8. 3. ' '
AllTJIUli 1'BTEU & CO. , Leulsullo , Ky.
" 8. S , S , taa given entlro gatltfactlon to every
no. " A. U. 1UC1IAKD3 , Shcrm&n , IVx.
"I ) m\o had excellent gale fcr 8 , 8. 8. , and the
csiiltu liavolion matt sn Isfactory. "
J. 0. UURUK , Uo llng Oncii , Ky.
"Ourcalojrf 8 , B , B. ho been good , and Its
ucccej | u rfcct. "
JOMJ3 & CAIIEV , Montgomtry , Ala.
"S. S.S , has ghcn entire tatltfactlon to ovcry
ni. " E KKUSS.l'aiU.T.xai.
"S , R 8. hit given universal ( attraction. "
. W. 1 OWliUS fs CO. , Itlchmoud , Va.
81.000 Rowiiril will bo paid to n
lieruUt nco will tind , on malydiof 100 ro
. B. 8. , one particle of Mercury , lodldt of Po
iuni 01 ny Mineral lubsUnco.
BWIiT 8PECJFIO CO. Prop *
AtUnta , Ok.
Pile * of Hwali rite , (1.00.
Luge tlte | 1.Ic.
( Sold by all DruggUI * .
I yen suffer from Dyspepsia , use
BURDOCn. 'LOOD ' BITTERS.
If you are afflict * J lth Biliousness , use
BURDOCK I1LOOD BITTERS
If you are prostrated with sick Headache , take
BUIIDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
f your Bowels are disordered , regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKR3.
If rw Bleed la mpuro , purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you ha c Indigestion , you will find an antldoto
In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If t , ou troubled with Sprlnpr Complaints , cr-
adloato them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your Lit or Is torpid , restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your Llvor Is affected , you will find a euro reiterative -
iterative In BURDOCK BLOOD BtTTERS ,
If you have any ipcclcs of Humor or Pimple , fall
not to toke BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any symptoms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curative remedy will bo found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS ,
For Imparting strength and vitality to the sys
' i , nothing cm equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
'rlco ' , 01.00 Dei flottle ; Trta Bottlet 10 Ot *
FOSTER , MILBUfiN , & Do , , Props ,
BtmV\IiO1 JTt Y
Sold at wholesale by Ith it McMohon and 0. F.
Goodman. Jo 27 cod-ino
The Great Lngiish Eemedy
[ Never falls tn cute
crvous Debility , VI-
jtal Exhaustion , Emis
sions , Seminal Wcak-
HOOD , and all the
vll carets of youth
ful follies and excc9 <
\iee. \ It stops pcrnm
ncntly all weakening ,
Involuntary lossis and
drains upon the sys
tem , the inevitable re-
. , . suit of thcaoevilprac-
Ices , which are so destructive to mind and body
and make life miserable , often leading to tneani-
y and death. It strengthens the Nerves.Braln ,
memory ( Blood , Muscles , DlgcatUo and Kcpro-
luctlvo Orgnns , It restores to all the organic
unctlrns their former vigor and vitality , ma-
Ing llfo cheerful and enjoyable. Price , 83 a
Hottlc , or four times the quantity 810. Sent by
express , secure from observation , to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. C. O. D. sent , except
on receipt of $1 as a guarantee. Letters r J-
uefltlng answers must inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
are tb j best and cheapest dyspepsia and bllllous
uro lu the market. Sold by all druggists. I'rlco
Dn MINTIR'S Kiim r RKMKDT , NIPKBTICUM ,
Jurcstll lilndof Kidney and bladder cotiiplalnto ,
onorrhen , gleet and icucorihea. For eaio by all
s : fil n bottle.
UNQLISII MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
718 Olive St. , St. Louie , Mo.
For Sale lu Omaha by
C. F. GOODMAN.
Disease la an effect , not a cxi'je. Its origin la
within ; Us manifestations without , ilcnco , to
euro the dieoaeo the CAl'sumust ba removed , and
n no other way can a cure ever to effected.
WAKNER'S SAFE K1DNDY AND
LIVER CURE ia established on Juat this
irlnclplo. It realizes that
96 Per Cent.
of all diseases orlzo from deranged kidneys an
alver , and It strikes at once at the root of the
lUlculty. The elements of which It Is composed
ct directly upon these great organs , both as a
IOOD ai d RESTOBKR , and , by placing them In a
lealthy , condition , drlvo disease and pain from
For the Innumerable troub'ca caused by un-
icalthy KldnojB , Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
he dlitresBlng Disorders of Women ; for Malaria.
ann physical derangements generally , this great
cm > ily has no equal. Beware of Impostors , lin-
title no and concoctions said tn bo just as good.
ForDlabctcs , a ) for WARNER'S SAFE
For sale by all dealers.
H. WARNER & CO. ,
mo ttnoliostor WY
nun or lev.
Hop uiu Hop OD
< 1i puUon Ilun ; if jrouai fivm
rlea or ni . old ft nt , ' , siitrt'rin trcT
nourJ'ealtli ' o on ft ted < " . tlot
uemi , nljon Hop BitterB.
. - 'lliwanasnv ) i. "
Winner rou ?
ihenoTer joufel naullj from v > r *
that your wrtciu form > K ! o n e >
nt * < ! i clearwlnij. tot- illMcasa that lolKM
IHIT or § tlnl > ] luttiif , iave ( Keupreveutfl
Uy tliuuly '
. D.I. O
orm'narycom. U au Absolut *
tS'MonincA , nd IrrentHtr *
f bio /c
c u r oc ?
fcoiiYl * . Hood , druckeimntii ,
Uvtr or turn * I nsoo' ujilunv ,
You wltl bo tfllrdCCQ , CT
cured If you UN nucatlct.
Hop Bitter *
If yea re lm
rlj ureftk and
It I It m'uy
life. It hnt co.f
onvoil hun * Uotkt.lH , , T-
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific
It li * positive cure for fpcrraatoirbca , Eemlna
Wookntaj. Irapotiney , cd ell dUeucs resulting
from BcJf-Abusc , u Until Anxiety , Lees ,
Uemory , P ln 1'J thn lUc's or Side , and dleoasei
t ' M * " " * * ' "i " ! " '
'tiiat lead to
Insanity an. .
early Kra re
The Sp lflc
, _ . Pwuphlota
sent free la all , Write for them andeS full ptr >
Pilee , KiMClCc , fl.OO per luctigf , or llx p ci.
aijca for ( i.(0. Addrtao all orderi to
B. BIU80N MEDICINE CXI.
Koa. 101 and 100 lUla SL Buffalo , N , Y.
EoM la Omaha br 0. V. Goodman , J , W , Bell ,
J , K. Ith , and all JiCKJ-'jUov ' try where.
BLACK-DHAUGHT" cures dj
; r 4 - s v > ( jon nntj heartburn.
E. M , MAXWELL , FREMONT , NEB. ,
EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR THIS STATE.
The following advantages are laimcd for this Pulley : IT is BTnoNQKH and more
durable , owing : 1. To the absence of shrinkage strains. 2. To the increased num
ber of arrrs. 3. To the fact that the rim is much stronger than the cast rim. IT ia
BETIEH HALANCKD. IT IS MUCH UOHTKIt. It SAVES BELTING. IT 18 CHEAPKH. TherO
is no danger of breakage in handling when shipped loose. When shipped loose they
are generally accepted as thlrd-clasi freight instead of first-class , and as the weight is
only one-half that of catt Pulleys the frnight i * still further reduced. WE OUAUANTE
IHKM to perform satisfactorily any work from the tightest to the heaviest ,
SPLIT PULLETS from 12 to 48 inches diameter only.
Pulleys of wider face than 18-inch are provided with two sots arms without extra -
Wo supply each Pulley with two sot-screws without extra charge.
Apt for Patent Hot
What wo claim for our PATEJTT HOT POLISHED SHAFTIKO ia : 3
1st. That it is round and straight.
2d. It can bo accurately rolled to any desired gauge.
3d. That its sutf co being composed of magnetic oxide of iron obviates any un-
duegtendency to rust or tarnish , while it at the same time gives ono of the best journal
ir bearing surfaces over discovered. &
4th. That it will not warp or spring in key seating.
5th. That it ia made of the very beet of refined stock.
/C3"For / further particulars , price list and discounts , send to
E. M. MAXWELLS
Foundry and Machine | Shop , Fremont Neb ,
W.B. MILLAED. t > - 13. JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSQiM ,
Storage , Commission and ffliolesale Fruits ,
1111 FAHNEAM STEEET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED
Agents for Peck & Baushera Lard , and Mills Flonc
OMAHA , NEB
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
cr. a _ : eBo"wisr : & co
Boots and Shoes ,
OMAHA , NEB.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
Window and Plate Glass.
tJTAnyono contemplating building store , bank , or any other fine will find It to their ad
antao , to corres end with us before purchasing their Plato Glass.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , N b.
On Eiver Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
HALL'S SAFE AM LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 Farnham Street ,
JOBBER , OF
W INDOW SHADES
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
IMS FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
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