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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA MONDAY , OOTOBfcJR 23
& . 9l58ff ? Birif llir"
oots and Shoes
OMAHA , NEB.
WICOLK3ALK AND RKTA11 , UKALKR IS
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SA8U , BOOHS , BUNDS , ftflQLBSNGS , LIME , CESViEtf
WTHTATB AGSN1 fOR MILVAUKSK CEMENT COMPANY
Wear Union Pacific 8 > onot. OMAHA N
IWDQW SH DTPS !
' 'EASTER ! PRICES TEB.
118 FARNAM ST. OMAHA
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
AM Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
OI&ABS.Affl MANUFACTURED TOBAOOO ,
agents for BH1WOGD NAILS AND LAFLIK & BAND POWDER CO.
ES J533S1& .
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
VtlKINO MACniNEKY , BELTING , UOSE. BKASS AND IKON " 1TT1W08 1'IPE , 81HA
PACK1NO , AT WHOLESALB AND UITTAIL.
HALLADAY W5 ri r,1fLLS GHU8CH pflGCHCIOLjlSFlL8
Cor. Farnam arid 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
Omaha Steam Laundry.
The only Laundry in Nebraska that is supplied with complete machinery
or Laundry work. Send your orders by mail or express.
GOTTHEIJVIER , GODFREY & CO. ,
1207 Fornham Street.
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street ,
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS
Window and Plate Glass.
. . MTAnyono contemplating building storebank , or any other flnt will find It to their ad
WvtsWja to correa end with uj before purchasing their Plato dlabj.
O. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - - NEB.
W.B. MILLA.IUJ. if U.JOHNSON
MILLARD & PEOK ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1421 & 1423 FARNHAM STREET ,
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED' '
Agents for Pock & Banahera Larfl , and Wilbor Mills Flour
OMAHA , - - - NEB
OMAUA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
BERQUIST BROTHERS ,
MANUFACTURERS OF |
G A RHiiAG SO U ! fi U If *
. L.BJX2. 3EJ3iC3
epairlng Doiio in all Braiiclina
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , Neb.
HEARING THE END.
The Last Day But Duo of the Y ,
H , I ) , A. Convention ,
An Interesting Sescioti and
the Time Fully Em
At 0:15 : Saturday there was
devotional mooting , led bj- Brother
At 0:30 : the topic of "College Asao
cintiuno" wns taken up , and tlio dia-j"
elusion was opened by Prof. David
son , of Crete.
At 10:45 : the report of the executive
commiUeo was received , and referred
to the state executive committee ,
when such committee shall bo ap
The report is na follows : Your
committee to whom was intruntcd the |
work of the association in the alnto
during the past year , would respect
fully report that substantial progress
has boon mtulo , without financial aid
from any of the associations , and with
limited moans of all kinds , wu have
done the beat wo could under the cir
cumstances. With the help of Brother
Robert Woldcnsall , of the interna
tional committee , now associations
were formed in Ueatrico , Ilaatings
and Fremont. An association was
formed nt Weeping Water , in all male
ing four now nscociationn ' organized
during the yoar. The associations at
Doano college and the State univer
sity wcro ulso visited by LJrothur
yoidonsall , Brother M. G. Me-
Keen and Secretary George T.
lipuser. Members of the com
mittee visited several of the associa
tions during the year. All of the asso
ciations corresponded with the cicru-
tary of the committee and the liter
ature of the association freely distri
buted throughout the state. There
are now eight associations In the stain ,
two of which are college associations.
There is but ono general secretary in
the state. All of the associations are
in a healthy condition and the out
look is promising. Columbus and
Grand Island are now ready to organ
ize. Other points of promise present
themselves. The field is largo and .
now jvluto for harvest. There in need
of more systematic and energetic
work on the part of the atato commit
tee to reach the young men of our
rapidly growing } stale , and a corresponding
pending willingness on the part of the
associations to co-operate with the
committee. Wo would therefore re-1
First-That greater efforts bo put
forth during the earning year to develop -
volop existing associations.
Second -That attention bo especial
ly directed to the largtr towns where
there are no associations organized ,
and that they bo encouraged to or
gan izp as ooon aa an organization can
Third That definite work for
studonto and railroad men shall bo
prosecuted moro vigorously in thn
Fourth- That an increased amount
of correspondences and visitation
should bo dono.
Fifth That the committee bo
authorized to rniso $200 to carry on
the work in the state during the year ,
and that as muoh as possible of the
amount bo made up during this con
Sixth That the committee bo o
authorized to have published the pro
ceeding of this convention , together
with a synopsis of the proceedings of
the two former conventions.
All of which is respectfully sub
mitted , P. S.
GKO , T. Ilowsen ,
The question of atnto work w.n
then taken up , and the discussion
opened by Dr. Loiscnring and followed -
od by Brother Woidoneall.
At 11 o'clock a paper was road by
Brother Hansel en the subject of
"Finance and IIow to Manage Thorn. "
The idea of tlio paper and the drift
of the diecuesion following was that
there should bo a definite plan of some
kind for raising money. Then oxer-
cieo care in the laying out of money ,
followed by a modest statement of
whit lias boon done.
This discussion was protracted until
11-10 : , when Brother Ingoreoll ad
dressed the convention on the subject
of ' 'Aeeociation Literature. " Ilo
warmly urged all aseociation workers
to Hubccriho for The Watshman , and
to bucoinu interested in the regular as
Mr. Ilowsor then offered a rosolu-
ion endorsing The Watchman , nnd
urging all to aubscribo for it.
Free of Coat.
All persons wishing to test the merits of |
A gi eat remedy one that will positively
euro C'oiiHiuiiption , Couglin , Coma , Aeth-
nut. Bronchitis , or any affection of throat
ami lungs are re < | uetitod to call at
O. Goodman'a Drug Store anil get a
trial bottle of lr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption , KKEK oy COST , which will
bliow you wlmt a regular dollar-blze bottle to
ino Unpatonted Land Fraud.
Thuro has never been Imposed upon
thn taxpayers of this state , a greater
injuotico than that known as the un-
patentcd land fraud , Through the
merest technicality in the law and the
absolute dishonesty or ignorance on
the part of Nebraska's representatives
in congress , the railroads have been
allowed to escape the payment of taxes Mt.
upon a largo portion of their lands.
The poor devil who owned an eighty-
acre "tract and was dependent upon it
for the necessities of lifo was taxed to
the last farthing , and if ho failed to
pay within n given time his land win
sold and an additional tax of 40 per
cent imposed by way of a reminder
th&t no ncgligcnct ) on his part would
bo tolerated. Outside of a few rail
road attorneys , wo doubt if there is a Sir
man in Nebraska with sufficient
brazenncua to 'blftr a justifica
tion of thia patent fraud , and yet
the man who admits that it is unjust ,
must condemn the representative who
would wink at ita continuance. Ono
of Mr. Valentino's predecessors had
the courage to oiler two bills compell
ing the railroads to take out patents
on their lands. Those bills which were
' intn .luccd at different timef , p\s oi
thu but killed
1'onjo were in th < > son
Hto t-y - Senator Ilitehcoi-k. Sine ,
that time no effort has been niatio U
correct the abuse. A portion of thosi
lands Imvo boon sold and o , coarse tin
purchasers j nro pynt ? taxes. , lu ta
soon as an individual gets the land
taxation nets in with n chrmuroiu
larity. The technicality which makoi
this inju.vtico postiblo has biu > n ix
plained in those columns several times
but that it may bd gonor.illy under
stiod , wo will nsaiu refer to it. l
| WHS the object ot the government tt
compel the railroads to pay for tin
mimijing of all their lands , and to di
t'na there was inserted in the nuiondoc
chaitcr tf 1801 a clause which stated
that the road could not uko out a
patent on any piece of land
until the fees for surveying
had been paid. Of course ,
the hind cuuU not bo taxed until tttli
| to * it had passed from the overnmont ,
nnd although the ciiuitable title to the
Und was vested in the railroad , yiv
Until patent \va < * issued the IC A ! titli
remained with the govornmnntand thi
land could not bo taxed. Hero thin
was an opportunity to avoid taxation
The government would not issue p'lt
cuts until the railroad had paid snr
veying fees , and as the railroad didn't
want patents issued until they had
sold the land , they simply neglected
to pay the fors. This cltuiao in the
law wus intended to protect the gov
eminent , but was converted into : i
loop hole of oicapo for the railroads.
There is no ono matter that has ex
cited a greater public interest thai
this. Every taxpayer rculizoa the un
pleasant fact that thoBO who do p.iy
taxes , support those who do not. The
real estate in Colfax county that is
taxed , bears the burden of that which
is not taxed. This is wrong and un
just , and the ono way to correct it is
to send to cingrcna mon who have the
honesty and courage to create
Never too > nto io KoutV
Thou. .1. Anlen , William street , Knst
13nir.ilo , wiltcn : "Your Si'iiiNHI.OS OM
has nurlced in mo splendid. I hail in
appetite ; need to nlcop Imcllv nml goi iniitL
tlio intmiiujr uurofrmthed ; my breath wus
very offcn'ivo nnd I suffered ( r in uovnru
hoadnchc ; olnco using your Sprmi ; 151o < -
fein nil tliose t-yiiiptoina have \nnished ,
and I feel quite woll. " 1'ricj fiO contH ,
triid bottles 10 conta.
A Soductlvo Mtmlc Teacher Arrested
Wlnlo Promonndlner With Hla
.St l-ouli Olo1ic-lcinocr.it.
Einil Peppercorn , the betr.iyer of
May Brulnn , WHO arrested on thn
street yesterday by Detective Hugh
O'Noil. Peppercorn camu to this
country n few years ago from Ger
many , and family settled down tit
Fort Calhoun , Nob. Ho was a civil \
engineer , but failing to litid employ-
niout at hin profession , and being a
good performer on the piano nnd
organ , ho taught music for a living.
Ho had a wife but no children. ,
Among other residents of the place
was a Mr. Hrahm , a wealthy German
farmer. Brahm'a Drat wife was Pop-
percoru's aunt , but oho had died yoara
before and ho married a second time ,
and a -year-old daughter , May
Brahm , wan the result of the second
marriage. , His uocond wife I'R
" " OFPEPrKnSA , * 'JKE ,
so that the parties were pretty closi-ly
related all around. Of course , Miss 1.
Brahm had to take music lessons , and
Peppercorn very naturally became her
teacher. All went well until the 13th
day of last July , when the pair very
suddenly disappeared. Photographs
and descriptions were sent all over the
country , and tlio fatter of the irl
He red $1,000 for their arrest. Yes
terday about noon , naDitcctivo O'Noil
waa standing on Sixh street and
Washington avenue , a man whom ho
thought resembled tip photograph
of Peppercorn parsed nth a woman.
The detective walked ay them to got
another view at the nun. The de
scription stated that lu had a slightly
deformed Raman nosi a cut on the
top and under the HOB , a tear on the
lett side of the mouli to the cheek
bono , and a scar on no left temple.
The marks were as rprosented , and
O'Noil took the coup ) to the Four
Courts. Peppercorn , or it was ho ,
claimed to bo Hour ; Buckinun , of
No. 1G North Eighth troet , and said
THE WOMAN WAbllS W1KJI.
Ho aftoward admitto * biiing Poppr-
corn , and made a clot broaat of the
whole a Hair. Ho sayiho canio hero
direct from Fort Callun , HI.I ! took a
room at No , 10 NortliEighth street ,
givint ! the name of Hiry Bookman , j
and claiming that th girl was Jiia |
wifo. He obtained cmoymentabout
two montha ugo IIH a uno player at
No.ll'J North Eleven street , and
haa boon working the sinco. Ho
told the relationship citing botwcon
himself and the girl aiitatcd above ,
and sayn that her fhor is very
Tealthy. Peppercorn timn to Imvo
lived very unhappily th his wife ,
and Bays that the had been
talking for four yoara it about get
ting a divorce , Ho thin aim will bo
glad to get rid of him , d will got a
divorce \vhun ho is takuiack , if ahu .
has not done so alnu' . Ho has
never married May JJrul , but if his
wife gutu a divorce it ie B intention
do no , and he thinker father will
hayo no objections , for ears ; "Ho
knows my talks are wcxy in the old
country. " The girl ia Jy 14 ycara
ago , but appears poral yoara
older. She is in a voHelij.ito con
dition , but does not wu to go back ,
saying nho would rat live- with
. Oalvarv Uommtindiwfll Act tiu dc
an Encore on ca
Mt. Calvary comaary , Knights
Tompkr , have decided attend the
laying of the corner st < uf the now
court house , October 25 The coin-
mandory acts as escort the Blue
lodgenandto the firaiodgu. An
invitation has boon o dud to the
Knights of Councilufla , Fre
mont and Lincoln andittsmouth.
It is expected that U will bo a
good turn out of the inurs of the
various Masonic bodies ) maha , aa ral
well as from other poiii the state. pla
Hon. G. W. Limngeist Grand
Master , has been depd by Grand
Master Warren to oi.to at the
laying of the corner ate
BTATE JO. TINGS.
i n i
Tckmunh is to lime n now hotel
Potatoes rue only 0 cenJi iv bwhol In
An Odd Fellow * encampment ii to bo
ornan'zednt ' lla tlng .
Wnjno N to 1'avc n creamery , to bo
starle I liy Cednr county man.
The city of Fremont his imrchrned a
whole lilock upon willed to erect another
The Commercial hon c nt David City
Imo chntiri | > ' h tul , ilolui I , Xcliou being
the ntw landlord.
Hftckberry precinct , 1'olkcounty , fAiuoin
for Iti liftliief , h * i iinvluceJ n Licet tlmt
weighs 10J pound * .
'Ilio member * t > f the Chtlstinn church lu
Adams comity meet nn November filh to
organize n county iHcoclntloil.
Tlio nlltnr of flio Atnwortli Now * nnd
nno'her hunter killed over ono humlrul
ducks cm the Kith ( Sunday ) .
,1. M. Uriilib nml wife , uf Inlntut , celo-
brntoil their crystal wedding on tlio Mtli.
Aluut fifty cf their neighbor * helped
Jnme * Abbott nml n Mr. Henth , ncnr
OAceoln , lo t nil their outbuildings , grain
nml various lnii > lcmonts by a prairie tire on
The Kciiorter snys there Is nn excess of
dnmkoii lo.ifcrs hi Sewnrcl nnd to them
nttrltmtos ntimcrom potty thefts tlmt Imvo
A mnllgmmt tumor on the nnn of n 12.
ycnr-olil daughter of Win , Uceil , ot Sew-
nrd county , ncre. ltntcd amputation of the
u eful ineml IT , nnd the o jcrnllon wns per-
fiiiincd on tliu 1 till ,
The superintendent of the Sioux City .
1'iicllic in gnih'jiing itiformitUoiiconcornin
< reps , nut ! , olo. , to incorporate in.o n pan
plilot de.-crli live of the Klkhorn vnlloy.
Tlio tiviuo elk owneil by Dnlmnnn llros
of Lincoln , for n iiunibcr of yearn , wnsaol
on Tlnir. dnv 1 ' t to n Detroit mivn , wli
tins a herd of about forty on nn island uca
At HoU-nnl on the 10th , a curpento
nnmed Clirvrlca Strnhlo fell from n pcufTo ]
nml broke his iltjlit If ) ; In two ( ibices tl
nuUlo nml jmt n .ovo. Ho Ii likely to b
l.iid up nil winter.
T. M , Chmlvviuk'd Hock of sheep , nbou
| ! ,7' 0 in number , reached Coiitrnl City o :
tlio 1-lth. They Btaited from Wyoinln.
with nlnmt 10,000 heml nuil sold nil bn
; t,700 on the ilrivo down.
A MiRnr beat \VM pulled on c.\-ov ,
t'urnns' fiiim Ilio other day that wni
! oultlc ; M tin ) liisucst root over pulled ii
the stnte. It inriMiuod ? li inches in "
ami 34 inchot in circumference.
rVftor being out nit night the Dodgi
county jury gnvu Mri > . Unuer $1,800 judR
ment nKiiln t the Scrlbnor Ralonn men win
sold liquor to her huiband , oy _ which h
beoainolntoxirntcil mill was
accidentally killed ,
Tlio foundation for t ! < n Congregational
church .it Stnntnn in laid , nml tlmt tout
will HO u hn\o it" third church. The Con
grrgutional church , nf Aurora , 111 , , ha
iimiti ) lliu Rociely n prrpeut of n Immliomi
lilnr.Vvalnut ( nlpit nnd n lar o bible ,
llov. T. O'Conrell lectured in Kromoii
m the llJth on "Temperance , " which hi
ho holds conslxtH of moderation. Ho sny.
but'J.COO out of 2H,000 Kpn-onpal clergy
men nro nrotcetntaicrK , and cla 80i himsell
\vltli tliu ieat innjority.
Mrs , T. TJ. Oiborne , of Lincoln , wni
robbed of jewelry arid other valuablen IIIHI
week while en routu to Chicago. Tlioy
woio in u nalchel which nhn lolt in tier scat
in n J'liltinnn while nho went to nnothei
part of the car. Slio discovered her loss nl
The hands on the dirt train that goei
out from Oakland struck Monday evening
last liecaiiiu the brsi thnuuht there wni
nu umiocessnry nmnunt of chin niusii A
ctcong the m on while they wcro cngngci
at work. Ho kicked nnd so did the musi
ciaiiR , and in consenucnco nu work
done on TtieiJay. The men went to work
Wjllnnxlav inoillinff. . , . .
Some linr.Oago , Woods Iloyd , nn ftttor-
noy < f Tierce , wns indicted in that cnmtj
foroinbezzlfinont , nnd wno balled out bv
. 13. Miller nmt J. O. Santee , of NIo.
brnra. liccently he stwle n horse from the
fonuereentlcninii , nod skipped the conn.
try. He wns followed by Mr. Miller to
Chicago , mid arrejteil , mid on the Ifitli
wna brought back to Mohrnra in iron * ,
A good Bujitid clergyman of Bergen -
gen , N. V. , a strong tonipcranco man
eullorod with the
kidney trouble , nou
talgin , and dizzlnosB almost to blind-
JICSB , over two yuaro nftor ho WAS told
that Hop Bittoro would euro him , bo-
cauuo ho wus afraid of and prejudiced
against "Bittern. " Since Ins cure he
saya none need fpnr but trust in lion
willcm ? dysncpsia.hcartburn , malaria -
ria , kidney ( liscasu , | i\cr complaint ,
and otlar va tinj ; diseases. Till )
(0 ( !
enriches , the blood and purifies the H
system ; cures weakness , lack of
energy , etc. Try a bottle.
the only Iron preparation that
does not colurtlic teeth , nnd will not
cause headache or constipation , as
other Irun preparations will , FUli
and I a I
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia , hysteria , and kindred com
plaints , will find it without an equal. And I all
EPPS'S ' COCOA.
"nj-Mtiormiwh knonlrilgo ot the niktnral Uwi
nhlch in\crn the operations ot dl o-tlan nni )
mittltlan , nml liv A orcfu ! ftppllrntion of the
flue properties ot Molls lee id COCOA , Mr.
KIIM Iiasiio\u1cil | our trmkftst t.ibl s with n
dtUdxti-Iy lUvotcil 1w\cri > ( ; o which may s'tvo ns
nixnjr hr.MV doctors' bills It Is by the judlcl us
u o.f eucli KttMra ol diet tint n c nttltutlon
iu y no Kfxlmllynil UK tmlll otrnn ; enough
to resist erj' lendpnc t" disease , llun ruli
c ( tubtln uial.vllei Are llnMIn nr uiul ui ready
to ittftek nhorcxer Micro Is a v k point. WP
m\y rsoniw inn -y itM h\tt liy keeping our-
clips \rrl' tortltlcd
ulih pure blmnl nn > t A vrop-
crlnourl'hoil fninr. "
fninr.Chll Si't lcoliuctt .
Mi < oi > ltiiily | nlt'i bolting w tor or milk. Sold
In tins only ( j-lbundib ) , IMirlfsl
JAMES BPPS ti CO. ,
. UomcQopiithlc CtutiuiHtH ,
( i.tiiwfciwt-wir London.
NOW IN USE.
, for o y rlJInir. itjl
ml durability ,
They are for sale by all Loading Car
iago Builders and Doatara throughout
SPKINGS , GEAE3 & BODIES
For nil b
Henry Timken ,
P&tcntto milllulldej ot Kino Cnrrlftiris ,
3-3 ? atOTCTEiS , - - 3MCO.
J. R EOGEES & GO.
K L. Somrners & . Go's
A.ND DEALERS IN
Fruits , Nuts and Cigars
111 S 14th St
FAST TIME I.
to colnir Kilt Uko the
B = &jffi.arx. Of ] !
Trains Icavo Omana 3:10 : p. m. nml 7:10 : a. m
For full information call on II. IV DRUEf. , Tlcko
Agent , Kill anil Farnam at * . , .1. 1IKLL , U. I1
Hallway lUKt | , or JAUKHT.CLA11K , Donor
D. M. WELTY
( Snooniior to D. T. Mount- )
Saddles , Harnessi Whips ,
, Dusters and Tnrf Goods
HARNESS tin nui bci
"Tho Best in The World , " mo
fiernns Eewarded a wit en
on , tak
] Story of fciio Sowtog MacMno , Ice toi
binJicmo lltllo ) iimpLoi ! > , hlno inJ ya\ \ ' tomy
with tunitffcu ; c/d/nlngs , will ba my
GiTO.1 AWAY urn
QV I nuult portoc lllu $ for It , at nr bunch one.i
d u-oaco ( cf
ny , or wl'l ' bu cait i > pull , poet paid , f ofB
mvinrson ilvlnK al 'ilttinca f/oin cur cOlwt hum
TJio Sln/jor / SlaiiafanturliJK flo0 hum"I
flnolpal " ) ilico , 84 Union Qqucre "
HEAT YOUR HOUSES
URNACES IN f HE WORLD.
MADI : ny
IOFARDSawBOYNTON ] & 00
CHIOA'OO , IX.LS ,
CniboJy ( now 18U2 lniirvciucnto. | . Mar.
notioal Ifu'iirm ; Cost loss to keep In
LJBuJoNH fuoli u"l ' " moro boat
larger ; viiluino u <
mudu , pure air tluu uy
byl'IKUCKV k IHAW01tI.OmanaNcb
. - .
Hynoluth. , ft I
Crooaiei. UaJ to
otbor for Fall I'lautmt ; l.ir 'O t a.-s3rt- tureOi
uicut ever tliovvii lu CliU'a.'o- wa fr
lustiatoJ Catalogue fri'V. bond for It. Tbe
Hram Sibley & 1 r
. . , bueout
Randolph St. , . Clilcago , III.
Sionx City ft Paciflc
THE SIOUX OIT ? ROUTB
Rnn a BolM Train IhroDqh from
Oouncil Blutla to St. Paal
V/Uhout Ohnnx * Tlmt , Only 17 Mount
Miti ' 3 THE tuomra RODTK
ro ST. PAUL. wmNXArouu
DUr.Um OR EJ3HAROK
inrt ll rolnl * In Northern Iowa. Klnnat U and
IHVptfi. Thl Kim In equipped wllih tin lmprov d
troctlnxhanM Aatonutlo Alr-bmX and Xllllt
ritllcrm Condor and nuffor : md for
arsKD. pArnrr AND COMFORT
tl nn nr. > &di < d. Pulbnin PMi HlofPlD ? Oaf
rJU Ihloiigh7l7riOirr CIIAHOX Iwtwccn K n
City amt Uk , Paul , via Ooinslt Blnffi and
Slnux C x.
Tr lnn l nve tnlon 1'ftclfla Trnnstfr al Oonn
ell BluftB , at 7ti : ) \ \ . m. dtlly on arrival of Kant * *
' 'liy , t Joseph nnd Oouncil llluffa tr < v'a ' from
the .South , AtiUlnfat Slant City 11:10 : p , m. ,
tidal IhtiNtiT Unlcn Depot al Bi. Paul r > > 1155
I EH UOURD m ADVANOK Or AWTOTHKB
ra'Kenurub f tn tikln ? the HlcutCHy Rant
youoot a TJirrj-juh Train. Th Shorie'l Cjli
the QuIckctlTlnin and B OomtarUbla Hldi In Ih
throruh Cftrn b tnrc n
cotmcit , ni.uFF8 AND OT. PADL.
OfirEiM th J your Tloketi tevl T | th "Slna
Cllyund I'nclflo lUllrraJ '
J. B. WA1TLKS , J. R. BUCHANAN
naparlntcudtnl. Don' P M. Ag'il
Uloaurl VMlnc la.
W. K. DAVIH , OoulhwMlorn I'asvngcr Aironl.
iuuii aio * > BiuiAHr
. Vlco Frot'l.
W. rVDnmioB , Bee. and Trr i.
THH NEBRASKA '
Lincoln , Web
; MANUFAOTUREUS : OF
Oorn Planters , Hrrrowa.Farm Rollers
HulUy liny KaUoa , Buctiot lilovntlnff
We are [ inspired tn do jab work tail miaafia ,
urine 'or other turtle * .
AiMrvftaM or lorn
NK2RAHKA HANlIKACTU3IKa 00
t/lncoln , NA
The nlioxo rcuiuil will ho jiaM to any person.
ho ulll proituco n 1'altit tlmt "III ciiual tlio
Pennsylvania Patent Rubber
for jiiTfcnliijj Shingles , Tin nnd Gnuol Koofn.
Warrantedto , lie 1'lro nml Water Proof. All
onlorn prompt ! ) attciulnl to. Clu'.ipor ami bet
tor than any other mint now In mo.
HTKWAIIT 8 : STK1MIKSSON.
Solo Proprietors , Omaha House , Unialm , Neb.
oniccr .t Pusi-y , Dr.ltlcc , Dr. I'lnuey , Puller'
Council IliiiUM , Iowa.
HUB glllcu , Onmlia J < el ) .
To Nervous Sutterers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Spociflo
tl la a poult ITO euro foi Hpcrm&toirbai , Bemtk *
ojknotm. Impotiacy , anil M dlnc.ipcj reaultlaf
trout Uclf-Aliueo , aa Ucmlixl Anrletjr , I/oui
llomory , Palnn In tbo llnck or BMo , toJ OIicuo *
f , .7 , , ' riiTT iNsfit load to
ten1 tire o Kit. Wrlto for tlitia nd gei fall pr-
Film , .K | clDc , H.OO jMir puckage , or elz pack *
ies for 16,00 , Aildrcjin til order * to
n. UIMSON JIEDICINU CO.
KOI. lot anil 100 Uftln St Buffula , N , T.
Bolil In Omaha by 0 , H. OoodniMi , J. W. Bell ,
and all driitKl | tfi vorywherB , .
t . . ! *
BLOOD OR SKIN DISEASES
IN ANY STAGE ,
Disappear before the perfect nltnratlvo
nml tnnlo effect of the greatest of all lilood
Purifiers. It BO completely root out nil
poipcn from the lilood and braces the deb-
-.tati'il ' Hy teni , that iliaeaHCH of this nature
liienpiicrrliko cimlf before the wind.
S. S. S. , cured mo of Scaly Sores , Sores
N ntrilfl and JCars , after everytliinif
known to the medical profession badfailQft ,
Three months have naesed niuce I quit
taking S. S. H. ; there In nofijinptom of the
iliscuBO lomnlnlug ; I UIP perinnQently
cured. It staudB unrivaled for Blood DU' .
caecu. Jo. S. 'J'AQOAnT ,
Halamanca , N. Y.
"S , H. S. ttunils without a peer. The
profession will have to acknowledge it a
Specific for llloml Diseases. "
" JJr N. L GALLOWAV , Jfonroo , G ,
"About four or fiyo weeks a I waa
afllicteil with a very aggravated
Mid OlooJDiecaso. I commenced USIIIR S S. S.
after taking the first bottle felt HO
mush relieved that I bought five
ami urn ulail to nay , after unlng four of them ,
that 1 am entirely cured , froviounly having
bcori under medical ndvico for covcral
moiitbs. " 0. G. ItATCLiFF.
" Itlclunciul , Va.
"After Biilfcrlnff from the worst lilood
Diaeaco for more than two years , and Imv.
been treated by HO.era 1 eminent physi-
clans : , coniiried to my room and bed the
greater part o the time , my body covered
with copper-colored Korea from the elzi ) of
i ra to that of a silver linlf-tlollar , I won
) nfph in despair. At last I commenced'
takings. S. S. In a short time I began
Improve in llet < b , nil the noia liealedan < l
could feel and know that I waa well , and
S. S , 8 , muni the credit be ( 'iven of
entire restoration to health. I have
taken a iloee for over six months , and
nH free from Korea or bltunUh aa
" . LOTTIK llObH , Atlanta , Ga.
"Improved after taking the first bottle
B , S. S. j in two weeks was able to como
ioniclimling the vtatera were no benefit. "
J. W. JtEin , Newport , Ark.
"Our ecienco ha not made known
ilnation 'iiual to S , S , 3 , for akiu or blood
T , L , AssEKnuita.
Til , G. , Macon , Ga.
SOLD IJV ALL DRUfiOISTS
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
i. E. 0. West's Ncrvo and ITraTn Trontuionl -
epeclfio for Hyatorla , Dlulnusj , Convulsions.
crvouj HcaJw-lic , Mental Deproaoloti , Voat ol
8raory,8porniatorrhia , linpotency , Jnvoluutary
mluloni , Premature Old '
, caused by
icrtlon , BoU-abuee , orci-iudul
or - cDC < i. which
to tnltfury , decay and death , Due box will
recent canes. Kai'b box couUlnjoiiBinonth'B
natinent. Due dollar a box , or elx boxea for
dollars ; eent by mall prepaid on receipt of
We guirantco six boxea to care bay cato.
each i order received by ua for nix boxei , ac >
Bnlod with five dollar : , will neil the pur-
r onr wrltteu gunrantco ta return the
) " tf thn trontmout dot ) uol effect a cure.
. Goodman , tltuflot , Sole , Wholcetle and
rualle fill coOniohk * , .S'eu. OrJ > r by mall al
MARK..vl't Ln' ' > .arcatTnDH MARK
. faillns CUM
t for Hcuilnil
rhra , Imnot *
tac-y , tuj til
follow a > a
. . . . . , . .J.Mquouc of AFTER TARINB ,
swr ? ? n/msrKrywo
8ieclflcM.aicln. Ii oW by all dru Sta
P .Uite , or 8 pack.gDi f 5. ? fvm
r ssftjjsifi : ? ! . jK sw. b.
Buffalo , N. T.
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