Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1882)
THE DAILY BEE OMAHA WEDNESDAY , OCTOBER 25 Mttlo
J" . J.BIRO'W"Esr < Ss OO
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes ,
OMAHA , - - " HEB.
' J. A.
Ti AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , ODORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME ,
T8TATK AGENC FOR MILWAUKUE CKMSNT COMPANY
Near Unioii Pacific Danot , - OMAHA NN
' - "EASTERN "
IIS FARM AM ST. OMAHA
v < "
SOU & 00 ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
Ail Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
AUD IMUFAOTUEED TOBAGGO ,
Aeonfa for BEHWOOD KAILS AND LAFLIH & RAID POWDER CO.
powEB AND ; HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
' 1 ' 9 ? . MDOKO MAOimrERY , rELTINO , HOSK , EJIASS AND IKON FIVDlJOfl PIPE.
S jj PACKING , AT WHOLESALK AND JIETAIL.
HALLADAY WIUD-MILLS GHURDH'A O S IOOUQHLLS
Cor. Farnam and IQfeh Streets Omaha , Neb.
Omaha Steam Laundry.
The only Laundry in Nebraska that ia supplied with complete machinery
or Laundry work. Send your orders by mail or osnress.
GOTTHEIMER , GODFREY & CO. ,
1207 Farnham Street.
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 Farnham Street ,
DRUGS , FAINTS , OILS
Window and Plate Glass.
pooo contemplating building ttore , bank , or any other fine " 111 find It to tbclc l
corns end with UB before purchasing their Plata Qlaee.
C , F , GOODMA ? ;
OMAHA - . NEB.
W.B. MILLARU. tf t < . JOHNSON
MILLARD & PEOK ,
'Storage ' , tamissioii and Hiolesale Fruits ,
1421 & 1423 FAENHAM STREET.
OONSIGMBIENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED !
j Apnte for Pack & Bathers Lard , and Walbor M ! s Flour
JOMAHA , - - NEB
OMAHA MATIONAL BANK , '
BTEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO. _
BERQUIST BROTHERS ,
mailing Done iu all Brandies
213 Farnham St. . Omaha , Neb.
A SPMT TALE-
ThoOroDnbaclcoraot Snundora Hopo-
loesly Dlvlded-A Seduction Ciiso.
Correcpondenro ol The Bee. *
WAHOO , Nob. , October 20. To-dny
the nnU-ilftll f notion of the greenback
party mot in convention aa a people's
party. The object cf this convention
soeinod to bo to add to the strength of
the regular nominee for the sonnto ou
the greenback ticket , Mr. S. T. P.
Craven , of Rock Crock precinct. It
seotns lhat at the regular greenback
convention Edard , of The Times , wna
not Bufllciontly consulted regarding
the nominee for senator , and the result
waa that Edard and sumo of his fol
lowers put on the nanio of W. II.
Dick , "Slippoiy Bill. " I believe
what guvo him the nbovo cognomen
was thu fact that for fourteen coutecu-
tivo years ho has been n candidate fur
oilier , and fourteen times ho has
slipped off tin the wrong side of the
fenco. I'rom the fact that Iho so-
called people's convention was called
and attended by anti-Hall greenback-
ura , and that all they did was to endorse -
dorso Mr Graveit for the seimto and
then adjourn , it H evident that their
cole object was to cnh.iuco the pros-
peels of Mr. Cr.wen and thereby crip
ple the strength of 'Slippery William.
A few old bourbon dumocrats , such
as Jim S'noll nnd Jim Ditutoy of Ash
land , nnd ihu regular nominees ot the
dcmucratio party , among whom is J.
Finnerty Roll ot lthic , for senator ,
were prosout , with the ovidunt pur
pose of capturing the convention ,
However , they did not succeed , and
your qorrgp.ptmdont , looking at the
BllUiilion from a republican otaud-
point , seea nothing but success for the
republican nominee , Hon. T. B.Vil -
BOU of Ashland.
To-day Constable Plckott arrested
A. T. Anderson of this place , on a
warrant sworn out by Joseph Man
ners , an old and respected citizen ,
charging Anderson with seduction , his
victim being a young sister of oaid
Anderson's wife. Thu facts soein to
bo as follows : About a year and a half
ago Anderson came horofrom the east ,
bringing with him as his wife a very
tine woman indeed , also n young sister -
tor of lila wife about thirteen years
old. Yesterday Audojsou wont to
Omaha with the young girl with the
avowed purpose of getting professional
aid for n real or imagmal malady
to which young girls are liublo.
This morning Mr. Manners , a dis
tant relative of the girls , aworo out
out the complaint , and Constable
Pickott boarding the morning train ,
wont to OmaliH , returning thia ovpn-
int : with his man , who is now in jail
awaiting a hearing. The jadgo fixed
bail at $500 , which at this writing ho
has been unable to procure. Ander
son has berne the highest reputation
Wo await further developments.
Meantime the feeling in the commun-
itp is that of guilty. The extent of
the law is not sufllcient for the criroo.
A food Jiaptist clergyman of Bergen -
gen , N. Y. , a strong temperance man ,
suffered with the kidney trouble , neu
ralgia , and dizziness almost to blind
ness , over two years after ho w&a told
that Hop Bitters would euro him , be
cause ho was afraid of and prejudiced
against "Bitters. " Since his euro ho
says none need fear but tcust in Hop
Sorgnum Manuraccure in Central Il
The manufacture of sugar from
sorghum in Central Illinois is meet
ing with more success than the friends
of the enterprise expected. The work
ia done after Louisiana methods ,
heavy crushers and all the improve
ments in use in tbo south being em
ployed. The sugar is said to bo equal
to opon-pan Now Orleans. The raw
sugar sells for eight cents per pound
by the ton , and at a little over nine
cents at retail. "B. F. J. " writes
that the machinery and the process
are both aucccoafull , but rather loss
sugar ia found iu the cano than was
hoped for , and'the bulk of the pro
duct will bo a good article for sorghum
sirup weighing eleven pounds to the
gallon. If the if rests do not injure it
there will bo cano enough to make
500 barrels or 55,000 gallons. The
cano , after taking off the leaves and
seed heads , is placed upon a moving
apron , which carries it to a act of
throe rollers , twenty-four inches
in diameter and four foot long. The
pressure is sufficient to extract a largo
per cent of juice. The cano then
moves on to another sat of rollers
sprinkled before hand with hot water
to dtasolvo the sugar. After the aeo-
end squeezing the bagasse is nearly *
dry enough to burn. ' The juice is
heated in tanks do'fecatod with lime of
milk , then skimmed and boiled in an
other tank to 25C Baumo. It is then
filtered and reduced to syrup weighing
eleven pounds to the gallon. For
conversion into sugar the syrup ia run
'nto tanks on wheels and put in a
oem where a high , temperature in
naintniiiod while granulation con
tinues. The company pay $2
per ton for the .cane stripped aud
delivered , They expect to make
glucose out of tha seed. The first
batch of the meliulo or the conoon-
rated juice from the vaccuum cau of
7(000 ( pounds , proved after all to ba
much richer in cano sugar than the
chemists expected , promising to yield
3,000 .pounds of raw sugar and -1.000
pounds of syrup. The proprietors of
the mill are confident of a , favorable *
result , The correupondont adds ; )
" 't'ho profitable outcocno this year is
still in doubt , and will be for some
wooks. Nevertheless , if halt a success
can bo made with sorghum under tHb
disadvantages of seventeen inches of
rainfall and a mean suronior tempera
ture of 70 depress , there ia little doubt
that the manufacture of sugar from
sorghum will UA time develop into a >
great industry. * ' ?
In regard to U'o proper time to out
and manufacture sorghum cano Prof.
Collier , chemist af the United States
department of agriculture , declares fein
that while the seed is in the dough fa in
much too curly. Ha claims tLat cano inw
cut live weeks later gives bettor re w
sults. The analysis made for both w
shows a greater parcon/ago of sugtr in kl
the late cutting , The chemist fur to
ther says there is hardly ono chaoco font
In a. hundred that sugar can bo pro y
duced from any variety of corghum in nt
paying quantities ii thu crop is woikod fo
up when the seed is in the dough. yo
1'ho failure of the department of ag in
riculturo to make sugar last year , and
and the 10,000 failures throughont the
country the past twenty-five years ,
have boon mainly due to this , that the
csop waa worked too early in its de
Persons recovering from wastlnp
diseases , such as malaria , fevers , etc ,
will bo greatly benofittod by the use
of Brown's Iron Bitter , true tonic
A Patent Muatolno Pnrndlao.
Detroit Frt rrcs > .
If the negroes in the south could
road there would bo such a demand
for patent medicine , porous piasters ,
pills and stomach bitters as would
force every manufacture to double his
help aud capacity. The negro
gro is always ailing. No
matter how healthy ho looks or how
strong ho seems ho believes himself
afflicted , If ho could road almanncs
and circulars ho would think so twice
as strongly ,
AtDalton , Qa. , I saw a big follow
pick up a barrel of ilour an easily as I
could have lifted a twenty-fivo pound
sack , and when I complimented him
on his strength ho replied :
"Yes , boss , I soema powerful
otronpf , but you donn' kupw what a
html t'mo I llns of it. lid got libor
complaint , dyspepsia and coinump.
shun , an * I reckon I won't nobor nee
snow ily again. "
1 naked him what remedies ho hnd
boon using , and ho ro'/iiod that ho
had boon taking the dust of burnt
leather and mixing It wilh cold tea.
Nothing whatever ailed him , but if ho
could have got hold of § 10 ho would
have UBcd eight of it in having modi ,
I wna in a livery stable at Marietta
whou a man came in with a bottle of
prepared Jamaica ( ginger. Ono of the
colored mon employed about the stable
who hadn't , lost a day for years and
who looked as ruggid as a mountain ,
looked at the bottle three or four
times and then asked :
"What yo got dar , Kurnel ? "
"Somothiug for apoplexy , " waa the
' 'Would mlud ' of
yo givin' me a sip
it , kaao my apoplexy has boon takin'
on iu the inous' Idrofful manner for do
las' week ? "
"You can take a pull if you wish
The cork waa drawn and the nngro
lifted up the bottle and took throu
heavy swallows of the fiery stull' . The
next three minutes were the longest
and hottest ones ho over saw , but as
soon : IB he could apeak ho remarked ;
"Ah ! but dot stuff scorns to hit do
right spot. I reckon it will euro up
my apoplexy all right , an1 like 'null1 I
may light on sumthin * else good fur
congestion of do lungs an' water on du
Du. J. N. ROBINSON , Medina ,
0. , says : "I have used it in a case of
indigestion and constipation , with
good results. In nervous prostration
its roe alt a arc happy. "
Keeping Hweot Potatoes.
In the Bouthwostorn states there is
little difliculty in keeping swcut pota
toes entirely through the winter or till
late in the following spring. Tho-sea
son there is sufficiently , long for thorn
to mature In , and the efcina o tbn
tubers are firm and strong. They will
stand a considerable amount of bruis
ing without breaking the skin. If the
tops are cut off at the time the frost
kills them they will remain in the
ground without injury if they have no
other protection than the soil in which
they grow. They will also keep well
in cellars or in almost any kind of a
building. In the mpro northern
states , however , it is quite diflieult to
keep them over the winter , or oven
till the Christmas holidays. This is
partly owing to the fact that they are
not mature , and the skins are
not very strong. It. is also partly
owing to the extremely cold weather
and the frequent changes in the tem
perature. To insure their preserva
tion hero it is necessary to take the
greatest pains in digging and in stor
ing them. The vines should bo cut
off clpso to the ground as soon an they
are killed by the frost or the tubora
will immediately begin to decay.
They should bo dug daring fair
weather and allowed to dry inthosur. .
All that are cut or bruised should bo
rejected or immediately nsod. ( 'aro
nhould bo taken in handling these
that are to bo preserved. As rot is
easily communicated , it is well to
pack the tubers in dry dust , saw-dust ,
or chuff The packers should bo
placed in a room kept moderately
warm , though the potatoes will Ron-
orally keep well in a dry collar if they
are paokod as recommended. Care
must bo taken to put * the potatoes
where ihoy will bo out , of the way of
Buckim'a Arnica tiulve.
The 1IB8T SALVE In the world for Cute ,
BrulBos , Boron , Ulcer , bait Ithoum , Fe
ver Boron , Tetter , Cbtpped Hands , Chll
blnlna , Corns , and all ekin eruptions , and
poaftlvely curca piha , It in guaranteed to
rfvo satlnfactfou r it ; oey roiunded.
I'rice , 25 cents uer CT. tot tale by 0.
Fleh for All.
There are many arlosiat. wells scat
tered all over the western country ,
id most of thorn are many milea ;
rrom any lakes or streams or fish mar-
iots. It is my opinion that nearly
nery Mowing well would furnish
mough surplus water to supply a pond
tfhich will keen a family in fish. A
rory small stream will furnish enough
: ater for some kind * . I would roc-
tnmend carp as being the full most
ikoly to bo a auccoss , as they require
esa care than any other kind. I do
lot consider them the very best fish
hero is , because of late years I have
eon used to eating the best kinds our
iountry affords. JJut I reinomber
ilion my mother cooked the suckers
nd shiners I caught with a pin-hook ,
hey were the bast fish them was. It
ould undoubtedly be the same with
awiliea raised on carp.
My opinion has often been asked
low a carp pondshould bo constructed
or family use. The pond can be made
anv shape to suit the locality , but I
rould prefer egg shape , if the locality
faa just as suitable for it. The pond
rould breed Hies of a great many
inds , ono of the kinds being mosqai- ai
see. The larva of all flies is the boated
od for young fish. Ihavo bred them
the bushel , but some of the mos-
uitoca woula be apt to take wing bore -
re the pond got well stocked with
oung fish , and to protect the family
a measure I would advise building
the pond to the leeward of the house
in the prevailing winds of the locality.
If , for instance , the prevailing wind
was from the woat , the pond should bo
built to the east ; northeast , or south
east of the houso. I would prefer the
pond to the northeast or southeast ,
because if placed directly to the east ,
the houao would make n lee under
which the mosquitoes could easily
reach it. The moiquitoos can boat
any sailing craft before Iho wind , but
in the wind t hey are nowhere inHho
race , as they have no keol. The whole
human family should bo thankful to
the Creator for not putting a keel on
thorn , mid if their bowsprit had not
boon quito so sharp , they might not
receive so many handkerchief salutes
from the verandas of the Long Island
hotels , but would bo justaa useful and
The pond can bo built with plow
and scrapor. It should h.\vo a deep
place in the center , and bo shallow on
the edges. If you have equate sides ,
the young fish will have no protection
froni Iho old ones. When scraping is
jommeiiced , carry the dirt as far
back as you intend making the lower
lutoldu of your embankment , and
< ei j > scraping until the pond Is four
[ o ai $ fppt di-op iu l,0 } oonlof. .tf the
locality is such that the ice freezes
Very thick , the pond should bo made
deeper , and holes kept open through
the ice during the winter to keep the
fish from suffocating. If the embank
ment is raised throu feet , and pounded
down and sodded , or sown to grass
the water could bo raised to that bu
three foot in the center would have to
bo excavated in order to have n pom
six foot doop. The whole pond should
bo sown with sumo kind of grass o
water-plant , with the exception o
about CO or 75 feet square in thu con
tor. The grass and wator-planta maki
the spawning grounds , brood food
and protect the young. The pom
should not contain any other kind o
fish , and if the grass gets too thick i
can be raked out. [ Seth Green
Rochester , N. Y.
Fortunes or farmers and
Thousands of dollars can bo nnvcd b ,
using proper judgment in tnklng care o
the health of yourself and family. If you
are bilious , have sallow complexion , pee
appetite , low and depressed rpiritx , am
generally debilitated , do not delay a mo
mcnt , but go at once ; and procure a bet
tie of thoao wonderful Klcctrio Hitters
which never fail to euro , and that for thi
trilling Kinn of fifty cents. [ Tribune
Sold by C. F. ( toodmnn.
By the Skin of His Teeth.
"The longer you live Iho more you
find out , " remarked Sir. Jo Weston
the atcoplo-climbcr , to a couple o
newspaper mon lately. "I had an ao
cident recently which taught mo some
" What was ill" was the aimultan
"It was a curious ono. You see
was on top of St. Paul's spire ot
Spring otroot.Vo had rigged rope
to remove the planks of thu scaffold
ing. The way wo do that is to fasten
a block tn a pout or tree on the othe
aide of the street and another to th
steeple and splice the ends of the rep
together to make an endless rope of il
If you fasten to it anything you wan
to send below , the weight of the loai
takes it down. I had tied the las
plank to the rope and it was goin
down. I-woro a handkerchief tie
loosely around my throat. The win
blew out an end of it and it caught o
the removing rope and wrapped aronn
it. I was immediately caught up , firs
the handkerchief and then my bear
passing into the block. Now , \l \
had had an assistant in the street below
low ho would have noticed the plan
atop when I was caught that way , anc
as ho could not BOO anything wren ,
above ho would have pulled on th
ropo. Then I should have been
choked to death by my handkorchio
and my board and part of my inc
would have boon torn off. Persons ii
the fitroot below would have notlcod
perhaps , that I was very quiet , bu
they would not have suspected that'
Was hanging by the nook. That pul
stretched mo 18 Inchon. As soon as . '
realized the trouble I reached below
and taking hold of a rope pulled back
on it until my handkerchief came ou
the sheave , and I dropped on to the
hooka below. I conld barely toucl
thorn with my foot. "
"Do you moan to say that you hac
nothing but books to stand on ? '
"Yes , the hooks of the scaffold. You
see , wo had sent all the planks below.
1 saw saved by the akin of my tooth. '
Who that lion ever lived anytime tn the
country but must have hoard of the vir
tues of Utmlock as a blood purifier. Him-
DOCK liuion UITTKJW euro dyspepsia , bil
iousness nnd all disorders arising from im
pure blond or deranged liver or kidneys.
THE CITY STEAM
makes a specialty of
Collars & Cuffs ,
AT TUB 1UTK Olf
Three Cents Each.
Work solicited from all over the country ,
Eho charges and return ix > tage moat oc.
ompany the package. Special rates to
arge cluba or cnclea ,
a24.tf me WIL1JIN3 fcKVANB.
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
The most centrally located hotel In the city ,
looms 75o , 01.00 , It 60 and 12.00 ptr day.
Hr t Claim Kcatauruut connected wltti the
.HURST. - - Prop.
Corner Fourth and Loctut Blreets ,
IDK SI'UINO ATTACIIUKNT-NOT PATKNI
K09 and 1(11 Dodge Btreot ,
angV-moOm OMAHA , NEB ,
NOW IN USE.
They ( rarpaw all other a ( or easy rldlne. style
They ftro tor sale by nil LondtiiR Car
ingo Uuildors and Doalon throughont
SPBINGS , OEAR3 & BODIES
For sal b
Henry Timken ,
ITalonteo unJBulldcr ol Fide Carriages ,
- - noco.
J.R MEES & CO.
F. L , Sommers & Go's
CELEIHUTE ! )
AND NOVELTIES ,
AND DEALERS IN
Fruits , Nuts and Cigars ,
III S 14th St.
OMHA , - - REB
CORNICE WORKS !
0 SPE011T , - - Proprietor.
1212flarnoySt. - Qmrha.NBb.
Galvanized Iron ,
DORMER WINDOWS , F1NIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slnto Roofing ,
Spuoht'a Patent Motalio Skylight.
Patent Adjusted Ratchet Bar
and Bracket Shelving. I am
the general agent for the
above line of goodn.
Oreatlnjt * , Ruluttrsdea , VorandnaOft1c ] nn *
Dank RnlllnKC , Window end Collar
Guard * ; ftlio
Tholntrlnslc merit and superior quality ot ou
Gold IlopoTobacco has liiducoJ other mannlac
turors to nut upon tlio market ooJt similar to
tur liranil In namu and ntjlo which are olTcrei
imUoId ( or loismoivy than the genuine Gold
llopo. Wo caution the t ado and consumer tosoe
that our nauio and trade mark are upon oacl
lump. The only genuine and original Quid Hop
Tobacco la manufactured by
TflK WILSON & MoNALLY TO
COL. L. T. FOSTER ,
Youngitown , Ohio , May 10,1880
fin. T } . J , KKNDALI , & Co. I had a rory valua <
ble Hambletonlan colt thatlprlmd vorylilghly
bo had a large bouo epavln en one Joint and a
email one on the other which made him % or1
lame ; I had him under the charge ol t\\o veter
inary surgeons which ( ailed to euro him. 1 naa
ono day reading the clvortlecmcnt ol Kendall's
Spavin Cure In the Chicago Express , I determined
atoncototry It and got ourcruifglsta hero to
lend ( orIt , and they ordered tliroo bottles ; I took
all and I thouuht I would give It a thorough
trial , I mod It according to directions and the
fourth day the colt ceased to bo lame and th ;
lumps have disappeared. I used but ono bottle
and the colt's limb * are as free ol lumps and ai
irnooth M any borae In the state Hols entire
ly cured. The cure wa so remarkable that I
have Icttwool my neighbors have the remainIng -
Ing two bottlca who are now ualnglt.
Very roopecUully ,
L. T. FOSTKR
Bend ( or Illustrated circular giving posltlvi
proof. Prlcotl. All DruggUtaliaveU or can
get II ( or you. Dr. II. J. Kendall * Co' , Pro.
jrletonr , Enosburgh Falls , Vt
SOLD BY ALL DBUaQIHTS
BLOOD OB SKIN DISEASES
IN ANY STAGE ,
Disappear before the perfect altnrativo
md tonlo clfoct of thu greatest of all Blood
'urifiorn , It BO completely roots out oil
> ol on from the blood anil bracen the doll-
lltated Bystein , that diaeaaoa of thin nature
dieopperrllke cnnlf before the wind ,
H. B. H. , cured 1110 of Hcalp Sores , Korea
n Noutrils niid Kara , after evorytliiiiK
( iiown to the medical profession im'l failed.
riiteo montha Imvo noEsed ninca I tjult
alclng K , B. H. ; there li noaymptom of the
lisoaso lemaiiilng ; I air pormunenUy
cured. It utanUH unrivaled for lilood IJIa-
aaea. " JNO. S. TAUOAHT ,
Balamanco , N , Y ,
" 8. S , 8. utunJs without a peer. The
irofeanlou will bave to acknowledge it a
Specific for lilood Dldeaeea. "
Xr N. Ji CJALI.OWAY , Monroe , On.
"About four or iiyo weeks auo I was
tlllicted with a very ocgnwated typo of
iloodUIaease. 1 commenced using H S. S ,
ud after taking the iirat bottle felt * o
uuab rolleveil tlint I bought five more ,
nd am K\iul \ to say , after lining four of them ,
bat 1 am entirely cured , f roviouily having
jeett under medical advice for several
nontha. " 0. ( J. HATCLUT ,
Richmond , Va.
"After muK'rinf ; from the worst Blood
) lseacofor more than two years , and hav.
ng been treated by several eminent pliysU
[ ana , confined to my room and bed the
roater part o ho time , my body covered
vltli copper-colored aorea from the size of
I'ea ' to that of a silver half-dollar , 1 waa
veil nigh in despair. At last I commenced
akiugH. B. H. lua nbort time I began
o improve iu tlesb , all the sores healed.and
could feel and know that I was well , and
o 8. b. H. must the credit be ( 'Iven of
ny entire rentoration to health. I have
ot taken a iloso for over elx mouths , and
in aa free from sores or blemish iu any _
ne.1 LOTTIE Itosa , Atlanta , ( Ja.
' 'Improved after talcing Iho first bottle
f H. S. 8. ; in two weeks wan able to come
owe , finding the watuni wore no benefit. "
J . W. ItEiDj Newport , Ark.
"Our isoience ha * not made knownacoi <
Ination e < iuul to 8. S , 8. for tklu or blona
T. L. Assijjuuitq ,
Ph. G. , Macou , Gla.
SOLD BY ALL DUUGGIBTS
Sionx City A Pacific
THE sioux orn ? ROUTB
Rnni i Solid Train lbronh tm&
Oounoil BlnOa to 8t , Paul
Without Ohanjia Tim * . Only 17 Hour *
3.QO MIMa ! FlIR" > ilORTE3 JIOOTB
tO ft. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
. . DUMmjORBlSMAKCB
knd Ml point * IB Northern low * . UlnneskU nd
Dakota. This Dot ll equipped with the ImprOTtA
WMtlnRhonw Aulomilla Alr-braVe nd Mlllit
PUtform Coupler and naffer ! and rot
IPKKD. BAFCTY AND OOHFOnt
li nntarfwml. Pullman ralaco Sle plnir Oar
tun throujth WITHOUT 01IAHOR between K n
I Cltymd St. rant , vl Council Bluffs and
Trains leava tnlon Pacific Trancfer al Conn
" Bl Kin JM : p. tn. dally on arrival of Kantai
CHy. SI Joseph and Oonncll MluBs train from
the South. Arriving at Blont City 11:40 : p.m. .
and al Ibt Kiw Union Depot at St. Paul at 11:50 :
TEN nOURB IN ADVANCE Or ANT OTHXI
AS-Remsmher In Uklngths Slonx Ctty Ron *
you irota Through Tnln. The Shortcut lt\t\
Iho QuIckivtTlmo and n Comf ji ! bi ! HHt In tfj
Through Can botwren
OOUNOIL iiLUFFS AND at. PAUL.
WSoo thU your Tlckols lead tla the "Sloni
CUT and Pacific lUllroaJ
/ . B. WATTLE8 , J. H. BDOHAN A N
Superintendent. Oon1 1'aad.Atmit
Mtwourl VMIcy la.
W. K. DATIB , Southwestern PaKmngor Affnrt.
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGAM FALLS ,
And all Poluta Eaat andCOouth-East.
Nearly 1.000 miles. Solid Smooth Stool Track
11 connections nro watlo In UNION DEPOTS.
luia a National UopuUtlon aa belli ) ; the
rent Through Oar Line , and la universally
encoded to l > o the FINEST EQUIPPED nail-
road In the world lor nil classes ol travel.
Try It ami you will flud traveling a Inxury
Inn trad ol n utacomlort.
Through Tlckoti via rhls Celebrated Line tor
lo at all otflcoa In the West.
All Information about Ilatoa o Faro , Sleeping
Car AcocmmoJatlons , Time Tables , &c. , will b
cheerfully KlTcn hy apnlyluln ? to
T. J. POTTER ,
id Vlco-1'rox't & Gen. ManagcrChlcaffO.
PEROIVAL LOWELL ,
Gen. Posaoatcr Act. Chicago.
W. J.1 UAVKNPOIIT ,
Cion. Aofont. Conncll Bluffs.
II. 1' . UUKLL , Ticket AKt.
A Christian Family School ( or Boyt. Prepares
lor College , Hctcntlflo School or Boslnoai. Send
to Copt , BD , N. KIRK TALCOTT.
Uorrgar arlc. CookCo. III. ataloirue.
To Nervous Sufferers.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN fitWEDX. _
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific
II Is a posjtlvo euro ( or tipermatcirbea , Uemlu *
WcoknuM. Impotancy , and all dlseaocg resulting
( rom flelf-Abuse , as Mental Anxiety , Losai
ICmuory , Palui/ln the Back Mfilde , and duwasef
Insanity an ,
mut free to all. Write tot Ibeq ted gel hill pat-
1'rlco , Krcclflc , Jl.OO fct pickags , or six rck >
age * ( or $6.00. Addroa * all orders lo
B. GIJIBON 1IKDICINK CU
NOB. 101 and 100 Main St. UuOalo , N , Y.
Sold In Omaha by 0. F. Goodman. J. W. Bell. ,
and all drutvUtiereryHhire. .
s 1 .d > w
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
Dr. E. OTWcaPsNorveandllraTnTreatmuV
A specific ( or Ilysterla , Dlzilnesa , ConrnWonn ,
Nervous Headache , Mental Depression , Lous o&
Uemory.Bpermatorrbasa.Imriotoncy , Involuntary
Emissions , 1'retnaturo Old Ago , caused by over
exertion , sel-abuse , or over-indulgence , which ,
leads to misery , decay aud death. One box will' '
euro recent caae * . Kach box contains one month's-
treatment. One dollar a box , or six boxea ( or
five dollars ; tent by mall prepaid on receipt ol
price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case.
With each order received by us ( or six boxes , ac
companied with flre dollars , will send the pur
chaser our written guarantee to return Iho
money II the treatment doe not eflect a cure.
0. F. Goodman , iruifeit | , Bole , Wholesale and
gul coO'iaha , Hen. OrJ t. by mall at
realM ' ' "lv
( ailing cure
( or Seminal
rbea , I in pot
ency , and all
follow as a -
BErCRETAKINO.soquenco ol AFTER TAIIIB ,
iol-Abu ( e ; as Ix > ao ( Memory , Uulvereal Lassl
ude , Pain In tha Ilack , Dlmneea ol Vision , Pie
nature Old Age , and many other Diseases thai
cad to Insanity or Consumption and a I'rema-
XVFull particulars In our pamohlet , which
wo desire to send ( roe t v mall to every out.
XarTbo Speclfl c Medicine Is eold by all druggist *
t II per package , or B packages ( or ? 6 , or will
e Rent ( roe by mall on recilpt o ( the money , b .
ddruoslng THE OKAY 4KD1UINKGO. ,
BcBalo.N , Y
* "c7me- "
617 St. Cbarlei St. , I ST. LOUIS , Mo ,
A KEQUI.AU GIUDUATK ol two mrdlcal
ollrgoi.haabccnlougcr engaged In the treat
ment ol OIIUONIO. h'KUVOOd. SKIN ANI >
1LOOD Diseases than any other pu > slcian la St.
< oul as city papers show and ull old residents
mow. Consultation at olHco or by mail , free
nd invltod , A friendly talk or hU opinion
osta nothing. When It U Inconvenient to
Isit the city ( or treatment , medicines can bo
cot by mall or cxpreaa e er ) where. Curable
asea guaranteed ; where doubt extit * It Is ( rank *
btatcd. Ciller write.
Nerrom proatratlon , Debility , Mental
> nd 1'bynlcal Weaknean , Mercurial nnd' '
> tier } allectlom of Throat. SEtn and Bonea ,
Mood IiiuiurltleB und 1)1 oed 1'otaonlng ,
I In 'Allecttoba , J31 J 8 jtST aud ' Ulcere.
inixidluieuU to Marriage. Itheuiuatlsin ,
'lies. Bjieciul otteutton to _ casea from
ver-worked brain. aUjUriQAIi ASIM
ecelve special ntt fflon. Ulgeasea arising
rom Iinpruience , Kxceuaea. t >
Powered by Open ONI