Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 16, 1882, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA IHrRSDA * JNOVJMBJ&R 10
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WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes.
OMAHA , HEB.
J. A. WAKEFIELD
,
WHOLESALE AMD RKTAH. DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMEH
W8TAT8 AQKNf TOR MILWAUKEE CKMSNT OOVPANTJ
Near Union Pacific Depot , - OMAHA
JOBBER OF
"W.A.LXI :
AND
WIWDOW SHADES
'EASTERN ' PRICES DUPLIGATED.
118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS MD fflUFACTURED TOBACCO ,
Agents for BENWODD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER GO.
POWER AND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
nnnno E , BRASS AND IRON rraimas. FIFE , DTSA *
PACKING : AT wnoLEaALE AND RETAIL.
GHURGHaANDffiSGHOOUB LLS
\ Jr I r -
Cor. Farnam and 10th Streets" Omaha ; Neb.
DEALERS IN
'S S fE AND. LOOK GO ,
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street ,
O.
TMT
DRUGS , PAINTS ,
Window and Plate Glass.
< 3TAnyone contemplating building Btore.bink. or any other Da * will find It to their d
.
knUge to corns end with uj bolero purchasing tbelr Plato Glass.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA = - - HEB.
\V.B. EDWARD W. PKOK.
MILLARD & PECK ,
Storage , Commission and IMesale Fruits ,
3.421 & 1423 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLIOlTJiD ]
gentB for Feck & Baughers Lard , and Wilbor Mills Floar
OMAHA , - - - NEB
REEEBENQES'
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL A CO.
IB1. O.
1213 Farnam St. . Omaha.
PERFECTION
HEATING "AND BAKIHU ,
is only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.
WITH
WIRE BADZE OVER DOOBS ,
For solo by
MILTOH ROGERS & SONS
Jnll-miely
ZHK i _
A WILD MAN IN IDAHO.
Uow Two Oowboya Chased the Boll
tary Savngo ofSnnlco Klver
llallcj Titnti .
Two cowboys who jtist c mo in from
Catnns Prnlro rotate an cxpotlonco
which will probably yo n great ways
toward ro-eaUbli lm > g the popular
faith in the wild man's tradition. On
the first day of this month two cow
boys , searching for cattle lost In the
storm , passed over some lava crags
nnd were startled by suddenly sooin ;
before thorn the form so often dos
crlbcd to thorn. They were so terri
fied thai they sat upon their horses ,
looking at it In dread. Mustorin {
conrago and drawing their rorolron
they dismounted nnd gave ohaso , bu
the strange bolng skipped from crag
to crag us nimbly as n mountain goat.
After on hour's pursuit both younj
men word BO completely worn out that
they both laid down , seeing which the
wild man gradually npproaohod thorn
and stopped on the opposite side of n
fjorgo in the Inva , from which poi.il
ho regarded the cowboys intently ,
The wild man was considerably over
G foot in height , with great muscular
urms , which reached to his Knees.
The muscles stood out in great knots
nnd his chest was as broad as that of a
boar. Skins were twisted about his
foot nnd ankles nnd n wolf skin nbout
bis waist. All parts of his body to bo
seen were covered with long blaclc
tiair , while from his head the hair
lowed over his shoulders in coarse ,
-angled rolls nnd raized with n heavy
Doard. His face was. dark nnd
swarthy , and liio eyes shone brightly ,
while two tusks protruded from his
mouth. His fingers were the shape
of claws , with long , sharp nails , and
ho noted very much as a wild animal
which is unaccustomed to seeing a
man. The boys made all kinds of
noises , at the sound of which ho
twisted his head from side to side and
moaned apparently ho would not
_ iyo them ny "back talk ; " BO , weary-
ng > of eyeing him , the two boys fired
.heir revolvers , whereupon the
wild man turned a double somersault
md jumped fifteen feet to a low
> onch and disappeared , growling ter
ribly on ho wont.
It is BUpposod that this la the same
.pparltlon . that has so often boon soon
Htfore , the man no doubt , does as the
Indians did for subsistence , and lives
on Camaa roots , which grow wild by
acres , and ho no doubt kills young
Btock , as many yearlings and cnlvea
llsappoar mysteriously and nothing
mt skeletons of thorn are ever found.
Hartford's Aoid Fho pbato La
brlety.
Du. 0. S , ELLIS , Wabash , Ind. ,
ay a : "I prescribed it for a man who
tad used intoxicants to excess for
iftoon years , but during the last two
rears has entirely abstained. Ho
hlnks the Acid Phosphate is of much
benefit to him. "
_
Not In the Ranks.
Detroit Free Tress.
The old army overcoat that ua ° d to
ID auoh a familiar Bight on our streets
s ono of the rarest now ; indeed , it is
so seldom aeon that wo involuntarily
iurn and gaze after it , aa something
hat brings sad and often cruel memo-
iesj The other day an old man wear-
ng 'a'ooat ' of this kind , which , reached
a Jiis' heela , stop'ped at a cottage a
ittlo way out of town and asked leave
0 rest awhile on the porch. *
"I'm , a bit tired , " ho said to the
woman who opened ! the door , "andlf
ou 'd&n't mind I'll sit bore and rest
myself for a.spell. . "
"You're Trqloome , " said the woman
dndly , with a glance at the martial
> luo. Then she loft him alone , but
, ftor a little while returned with a
> owl of coffee and a plato of white
' ilscuit.
"Eat " shosaid "I had
, gently , a
) oy who' was a soldier. "
"But I'm not a soldier , " answered
ho old man. "I never was a soldier ;
ny boy went to war and was killed.
lo was all I had , too. This coat was
ils ; seems like he's near mo when I
mvo it on. I gave him to his country ;
ho handsomest and bravest boy ho
was , too , in the whole regiment. Godless
) loss him. Ho did hia duty , died on
ho field , and this coat was all that
amo back to his poor old dad. No ; I
never was a soldier. "
The woman wont in , and brought
mt some cake and the Whitest honey ,
, nd added it to the cofloo and biscuit.
"Aro you nlono in the world ? " nho
asked.
'Oh , no , " answered the old man ,
hoerfully ; "I've got a sister , but
he's old and lame , and she has a
laughter that is , sickly and ailing.
Jou sea I have thorn to work for , and
hey are a sight of comfort to mo.
rlany's the time I'd have broken
down since Mary died but for thorn
toor critters , Mary was my wife ,
na'am ; she was a master hand to
miss sick folks , and she thought after
Pirn died as It were her duty to go
nto the hospital service and nues the
soldiers , and die died these sixteen
years ago ; but she did a heap of good
vork first. Many u soldier hna kissed
icrshadow on the wall ! Mary , darlin' ,
od wanted yo in the ranks up there !
L'vo often wished that I had been n
soldier , if only to be fit for the little
mother and Tim ; but I never was. "
Ho drank the coffee , oto the good
'ood thankfully aud olforod to pay for
.t with porno hoarded pieces of old
worn silver , but the woman shook her
"loud.
"Put back your money , My boy
was a soldier , " eho said.
"But I nm not a ooldier well
well , " as ho looked into her face , "I
thank you and I take it for his Bake. "
Ho wished good night to his kind
entertainer and turned away , As ho
walked oil , slow aud limping , bent by
infirmity , the long skirt -of his army
overcoat struck bright and blue against
the splendor of the sunset ; ho shaded
his eyes with ono trembling hand and
looked wistfully aJb the rosa and
amethyst door that seemed to open In
the weit. What na\v ho there ? A
little , round shouldered woman with
a small , homely face ; a lank over
grown boy , with upareu red hair. Aye ,
and of such as thuto are auuela made !
So , watching , ho passed down into
the Bhadowa and disappeared
The woman at the gate looked after
him.
him."No
"No soldier ) " she said gently , "but
1 wonder if the boy who died on his
first battlefield ever fought as ho has ,
or sacrificed aa much to his country \
All the soldiers didn't go into the WKr
with flying flags and rolling drums.
Some of them staid at homo and
fought harder battles. I'm glad
\gavohimnbitonndn \ sup , Ho is a
soldier , and A bravo one , too , and ono
day ho will know it ! "
And I think she was right ,
Do not bo deceived. Insist on har
ing the penuino Brown's Iron Bitters
made or > ly by the Brown Chomica
Co. , and take nothing clao.
THB HMW TTOHK SVVBLL.
The Ltvat Importation with Quizzing
Qlase , Uatnunod Shoos , nna
Green Trousers.
New Yoik Letter to the Wanhlnuton Star.
The society man of the present day
in Now York usually inspires a senti
ment of sympathy or pity in the heart
of the casual observer , so very uncomfortable -
comfortable does ho look in trying to
bo stylish , A man of fashion some
years ago , when locso garments were
the thing to wear , prosontcd an easy
and breezy appearance , but now ho
cannot bo stylish without being un-
o nufortab'o The terms are synony
mous. This was brought forcibly to
my mind to-day by the appearance of
the eon of n wealthy Wall strrot ban-
kor. I don't suppoeo ho would care
if his name was published , as ho is
used to seeing it in all the society pa
pers , and is the acknowledged leaner
jf the moro exclusive society mon of
Now York , but I won't give it this.
time. His brother , who is in Wash- 1
Ingtou during the scsoion of congress ,
never achieved distinction as a nocloty
man , or in any other way indeed ,
excepting in fighting a former
Bocrotary of state who tried
, o corner Peru. Nor was
iis father over much of a society man.
So , however , lives for nothing olso.
So has just returned from England
with an entirely now and absolutely
correct wardrobe , and has already bean -
; an to exhibit. Ho IB short , but
airly well formed , and ho constantly
wears the single glass , while his ac
cent astonishes Americans and Eag-
iahmon , too , I fear. "When I sow
lim ho was coming around the corner
of Twenty-eighth street into Fifth
avenue , and the windows of the Dwell
ittlo Knickerbocker club were altvo
with weak-looking faces , convulsively
loldlng the single oycglats , and gazing
eagerly at the latest Imported clothes.
Cho young man ( ho Is about 30) ) did
not walk cosily. Ho had ou a pair of
dead black shoos , with untannod
oathor topi. They are decorated by
'nncy stripes along the side of the foot
and over the too , and were BO ab
surdly narrow that they looked like
deformed foot , and rendered the
movements of the young man far from
graceful , though ho struggled hard to
> reserve appearances , His logs were
covered by a pairof trousers that were
simply amazing , ao tight wore they
out. It would almost bo impossible to
sit down without splitting them across
ho knee , as far aa can bo judged from
appearances. They were as tight as
eel-skin all the way down , fittlnground
the ankle as snugly as a stocking. This
remarkable expose of a man's develop
ment is not advisable when hia logs
are not up to the , standard. The
roasora in question were a very light
green with dark atripes. Above them
was a vest that stretched from the
: hin to a line just even with the hip
} ones , and waa cut straight across.
The vest waa of light material ( and
ooked odd , it was BO extremely short.
The cutaway coat was bottle green ,
and fitted like a jersey. It 'was ' In
deed a.trial of the tailor's art in ono
senao , but ic is far too tigljt to bo be
coming. The sloovyi woro'noarlyyas
ight oa the trouseiB , and thq coat-
ails were very long , banging OB far
down behind ns the knee. Ho were a
collar that lapped over in front , aud
waa certainly higher than any other
collar r over saw in' ' America. It forc
ed his chin up in the air , and caused
ho sunlight to Bcintillato on his oinglo
; laas. Around the neck was a green
carf with a hound's head in diamonds
or a pin. Above it all was ono of
tugo Eogliuh Derby liato with a great
curling brim and a heavy crown. Ho
were yellow gloves , and carried a
tick with a twisted handle by KB
ewer end , so that the handle dropped
nearly to his foot. The vatant stare
omplotod the effect , aud ho limped
along while thb others envied him !
This is no ideal sketch , but a faithful
licturo of a society man in Now York
n the year of our Lord 1882.
Buoklin's Arnica ( Salve.
The BUST SALVE in the world for OaU ,
Bruises , Borea , Ulcew , bait Uboum , Vo-
rer ! Sorea , Tetter , Chipped Ilftndo , Chll
blaJQB , Coma , nnd all tkln eruptions , and
iDEJtiveJy cures piles. It U guaranteed to
: lvt ) lalkfoctfon t irx aoy refunded.
, 25 cents per ex , rfor eulo by O.
AN ARTIFICIAL ALLIGATOR.
A Mlntaturo Uonstor _ Made of Gold
and Precious 'Btonea.
Ht , Uuls I'ait-UUjiatch.
"I have jus/ returned from
5oo what I have brought my wife , "
Bald a wholesale jewelry doulor , ex
tending a unall alligator to the re
porter. The monster was of Roman
; old with ruby eyes and a Hat link in
ts nose , Four smnll diamonds were
embedded perpendicularly down tha
lack of the nock , iho last ono almost
mooting a like row of jowola which
ran out into the tail , graduating in
width , Other rows were set on either
side , making the entire back a mass of
diamonds. While examining this fine
proce of work the reporter's linger
; amo in contact with a small spring in
the alligator's tail , when the gem-
oncrustud back rajeod Itself by a hinge
at the nook , disclosing the face of a
watch about as l&rco as u gold dollar.
The merchant tten prenbed another
spring , which laid open the interior , a
perfect system of taiiiuto works with
a stem-winder attached ,
Foattfeur that Caught Men's Eyes.
Detroit Pr < * > 1'rcM.
The costliest pair of shoos that I
liavo over seen covered the penal ex
tremities of a Nov York lady 39
was paid for them. The lady were a
pair of Blocking ! which cost $00.
They were made of black silk , and
midway between Iho ankle and the
knee was u green tree embroidered in
Bilk , and resting upon the branches of
the tree were blight-plumed birds ,
Bomo In the act of flying , On thu
" " of the Blocking
"bulge , or largest part
ing , was a huutsmtn , clad in rod shirt
and trousers , takitg aim at the birds
in the tree , Upon the instep was the
monogram of the Udy wrought in gold
lottern. Between the knee and the
upper part of Jie stocking were
eighteen narrow binds of many vary
ing hues.
t It the old Favorite and
FOR
CHICAGO ,
PEOR I
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE ,
DBTBOIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEW YORK , BOSTON ,
And all Poluti Cait andB > outh > Eait.
THKUNKCOMWISKa
Neatly 1,000 uillcs. Solid Smooth Gtool Trick
11 coQiieciloni nre made In UNION DtPOTS
hu a National RepnUtlon as bolng th
reat Through Oar Line , and la unlrtrmll )
encoded to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED Rail
road In the world for all cliwsoj of travel.
Try Hand yon will flnJ traveling a Itutuj
Instead ot a discomfort.
Through Tickets via rhii ColtbraUd Line tot
nle al all offices to the West ,
All Information about Rat i o Fnro , Sleeptnt
Car Acocmtuodatloni , Time Tables , Ac , , will bi
cheerfully given by niplylnlne | to
SJ Vlcrt-l'rti't & Qen. Mon RcrChlc go ,
PEROIVAL LOWELL.
Qon. Paisoiuet Aft. ChlcaffO
W. J. DAVENPORT ,
Qen. Agent. Conncll Dluds.
n. P. DUELL , Ticket AR | . Qtnaht
mnio-od lr
JOBS BTABLIn tKOXI BCBIHF
Prcctdenl. Vice Pnrfl.
Vf. B. Dinnii , Bee. and TreM.
THE NEBRASKA
MMuTACTURIM GO
Lincoln , Neb
MANUFACTURERS OF
Oorn Planters , Hrrrows.Farm Rollers
Hulfcy Hay Kalrou , Suotcot Uloyatlng
Windmills , &o.
Wo are prepared to do Job work and mannfao'
nrlng for other parties.
Address Hi onion
NEBRASKA MANOFACTUKNO 00
T/lnroln. Nit
Sionx Uitj & f acme
THH SIOUX CITY ROUTE
Runs a Solid Train Through tron <
Oonncil Blufis to St. Paul
Without Change Time , Only 17 Hours
it a
1ULW THE CHOETES RODT1
rnox
OOUNOIL BLUPPB
TO BT. PAUL , lONNffAPOIJa
nuLtrrn on niauR m
and all point * In Northern Iowa. Ulnnim.lt am
Dakota. Thlc line Is equipped nlih the Improved
T7eotlnghonse Antomaite Air-brake and Mlfii
Platform Coupler and Ilullcr : and for
OPKKD. OATtTT ; AND COUJTOBT
la nnrorpuisod. Pullman Palace BleepInK On
ran through WITHOUT OHAKQ1 ! between Kan
s City and Bi. Paul , via Oonncil Bluflj nnd
Stonx City ,
Trains leave Xnlon Pacific Tr&nafet al Ooati
oil Dlnfb , at 7SO p. in. dally on arrival ot Knneai
City , St Joceph and Council Blufi train ( row
the Sonth. Arriving at Sioux Oltr 11:10 : p m.
and at the New Union Depot at El. Paul a. 11EC :
noon
XEN HOURS Of ADVANCK Of ANT OTUSft
ROUTE
flTRemembcr In taking the Blonx City Ron
you get a Through Train. The Shortest ' .
the Quickest Time and a Oomforiabls Ride la Ib
Xhronffh Can between
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND 8T. PAUL.
jarSoo that your Tlokeli rud via tte "ID ] |
City and 1'oeUlo RallroaJ '
/ , \YATTLB3. . J.E. BDOHAJAH
Huperlbtondcut. Oon' P&w. Agcn
, . Ulssourl Valley la.
V7. K. DAVIB , Donlbwootccn PoaaengorA
, * iJocrdl BluOs
Samuel G. Davis & Co. ,
DRY GOODS
JOBBERS
IMPORTER
Washington Ave. and Fifth
ST. LOUIS MO.
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
The most centrally located hotel In the city ,
Rooms 76o , (1.00 , tl.GOand 2.00 per day.
First Class Restaurant connected with the
hotel.
.HURST. - - Prop.
Corner Fourth and Locust Strooti ,
OKAY'S HPE3IFIC MEDICINE
TRACK MARK a,0rtiatTr..DB MARK
Kniflliilirein-
( xly. An un
failing cure
for Hemliml
WoakncBB ,
Spermator.
rhea , luipot-
ency , and all
Dlaeaaosthat'
' ' ' *
'uo'nce'oAFTER TAIIBO ,
HeK-Alume ; aa Lees ol Memory , Uniterm ! Lassl
tude , Pain In the Back , Dimness of Vision , Pre
mature Old Ago , and many other Dlwjaeos thai
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema
ture Ura\o.
tf particulars \ In our pamphlet , whlct
ire desire to tend freu ) 7 mall to every OIK.
TTho Bpucldo Medicine Is told by nil drugglatl
atflper package , or CjwcViges for (6 , or nil )
be sent free by mall on rccdpt of the money , hr
addressing TUKOl'.AY JEDICINKOO. ,
BuOalo , N. V.
To Nervous Sufterers
THE OflCAT CUfToPEAH I1EMEDY.
Dr , J. B. Simpson's Specific
II li a positive euro for Hptrmatoirhu ,
Woolntaj , LToUncy , tad all Utucatus rwultlnj
f/ont tio't-Abnxe ' , M Uciitfcl Anzlnty , Ix 5i
tteiuory . , i-alcn In tbu Back or fildc , and
, - 1 - - - - -
jUoniumptlon
'lewnlty aa
* \ ( eirlygr&vc
.j < ha Snaclflc
" MeJltliia li
being utud
with wouJoi.
j vlul tuccoM.
ent lieoio kfl. WriteloTR ra had ftt ln'J J '
tlcuUn.
Price , fluacinc , 11.00 ( wr pick ce , or dx pok ,
we * ( or 1S.C3 , Addrtu ill ordcrd to
B. UlilBON UED10INK CO
Noi. 104 acd IIS AUIn BU Bu0 lo , N. Y.
Sold In Omaha by 0. F. Ooodm&u , J , W , b U ,
ted * 11 diu eltleirory whtrc.l
i -itw
D1RECTOHY Of LEADIKG WESTERN HOTEL
UOTJSLS PKOFRIRTOm
ARLINQTON , J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Hfl ,
WEATHERLY HOUSE , A. 0. WEATHERLY , Manning , lown ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. 0. REYNOLDS , Coon Rapldt , owa
OARATOQA HOTEL , J , 8. STCLLINIUO Mllford , Neb
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS BROWNSVILLE N i
COMMERCIAL HOTEL' JOHN HANNAN , Stromiburu r )
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL LoulevlllB
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY A CLARK , Blair , No ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J , Q. MEAD , Ntllgh , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL t.lOEYMOUR ,
NabratkB Oily , Neb
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping W terNt
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Clroanwood , Men
COMMERCIAL HOUOE , E. OTOREY , Clorlnda , lov , *
ENO'O HOTEL , E. L. CNO , Eremont , Ntb
EXOHANQE HOTEL , O. D. HACKNEY , Athland , Ntb t
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnton , t\ua
MORGAN HOUSE , E. U QRUDD , Guide Recd , N ,
SUMMIT HOUSE , BWAN A DECKER , Ore lion , la
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO.OALPH , Exlr. , In
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , In , ' ' ; ' .
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKEI7 , Audubon , la
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQESO , Neol , la
CITY HOTEL , Dl A. LLIAM3 Harlan li ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQB , Oornlng , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL. J.IU AVERY , Btanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL G. W , DURK. UutllrctonJuritic.fi , *
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Dltnchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Phennndoah , la.
OOMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld Oltv , NM >
DAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8.DACNELL
, OolleRoflprlnga , in.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , M. LUTTON , Vlllltca , la.
JUDKINB HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Milvern , la
CALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Crovr , la '
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , lit
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb ,
DOUOUAO HOUSE , J. 0. DUNHAM , Olarkt , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. GDEEN , Oedfard la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , U. W. DLAOK& SON , Marjrivllla Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Htb
WINSLOW HOUSE a. MCCARTY , Bewnrd , Neb ,
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES , Auroar Net ) .
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. ORO'ER , Sidney , Neb , '
AVOOA EATINQ HOUSE D. W. ROOKHOLD. Avoca'la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak'
FOSTER HOUSE Oapt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewlt , la.
WHITNEY HOUSE E. HAYMAKER. . Orliwold. In.
DEPOT HOTEL , ' LUSKMAri ; Oui.tap.ta
LU8K HOUSE. J'A . LUBK , Logan , la
DOW CITY HOU8C , W. H. MORTON , DowOlto'la
ilAOGER HOUSE. JAOQRR& BOH , Denlion , la ,
1IA11MON IIOUSB , TAMA. CITY , IA. , Harmon & Kealen , Prop
HEAT YOTJR HOUSES
FURHACES IN THE WORLD ,
MADE BY
RIOHABDSON.BOYNTON & 00
CHICAGO ,
Kmbody now 1882 Improvements. Mot.
Rrnotionl foa'uros ; Cowt loss to keen In
dor ; Una loan fnol will Rlvo moro ho t
&nd n larger.volamo of pure nlr than "J'
lurnaco mado.
Bold by PIERCE Y k DUADrOHD.Omanu.Nob
_ J > 21-dSin
KENDALUS
SPAVIN CURE
COL , L. T. ' FOSTER ,
Youngetown , Ohio. May 10. 18SO
DB. B. J. KBSDALL * Co. I had a very % wu
bio Hambletonltn colt thai I prlinrt very highly ,
10 had a largo bone spavin en one Joiut anu a
small one on the .other which made him very
amo ; I had him under the charge ol two veter
inary surgeons which failed to cure him 1 M
one day revlltigtho dvcrtlscmcnt ol KcnUttlll
Spavin Cure In the Chicago Kxprcps.l determined
atonco to try It and t our cruiglsta Mro to
send for It , and they orJcrcd three bottles ; 1 took
all and I thought I would give It a thorough
: rlat , I used it according to directions and the
ourih day the colt coined to lie lame nnd the
umps have disappeared. I lined but one bottle
and the tolt'u llrala are aa J roe ol lumnj and as
smooth an auy borne In the utate Hols entire-
y cured. The euro wa BO roinarhablo that ]
lavelettwool my nolghbora have the reuniti
ng two bottles who are now Udlnglt.
Very riwectfully ,
I , T. FOS1KR
Btnd for Illustrated circular giving positive
proof. I'rlcul31. AH Druzuliitii hnve ( t or can
rotltfor you. Dr. II. J. Kendall 4 Co ; , Pro
prietors , Knooburgb Falls , Vt.
30Lt > BY ALL DBUQQ1HTE1
HEAR THEWITNESSES.
_
Macy shrink from publicity In connection with
3. H. H. , but wo are permitted to rcfur to the fol
lowing perxonu v , ho have known and witnessed
lUi wonderful effects :
PKRRT , Iloimton Co. , Oa ,
We bavu Irnown "BHlft's h peel He" teited In
hundreds of mott obstlnatucutsof blood 1'olson-
! ng , Mercurial Itluumatlsm , tiirufula , Herod ,
Fczoma , Cat rrh. do , anil do cat eciuntlouslj
ttstlty tlmtlt intt with thu inoHt jurfect nnd sig
nal fucocus , eOietcil raillral and pirmanint cum
in every e' e ulthuut Klniilo oxouitlon ,
llufti L , llcnimrJ , ( Jen. W Kill n ,
John a. Drown , Uva. W. hlngUtan ,
\Vm , llrunxon , Jehu II , HOMO ,
J mcH I > . 1 Imrp K I Warren.
Moore tit Tut t'o ' , .1 , W llrlvln ,
J. W. Wlmbcrly , J. W. U'oci.'ock ,
\V. D. Hercc. oherlll , J. W. Mann , Co , Trraa
0. U. Duncan , T. JI.KIllui ,
Diy A Oordon , T , M. llutner , ihOff ,
Wo are personally arriialnteil | itith thu ge tl -
men whoBOBgnaturmniipuir to tbe above cer
tificate. 'Ihoy arodtlzwiHof wild ojuuty , of the
lilghi.it nepuotablllty and tlmncUr.
A. n. ( JII.K.K. Ordinary , Htuston Co.fiu.
D. II. CUI.I.KIt.Cl'K Sup. ft , Uouitou Co. Oa.
"Nothlnirbut favorable reports. ) ( iliii\t
S. In aupoclflo for all Uiood Dl.c.-wuB.
unlvirual tutl factton "
U W. JONKS & CO. . Memphis , Tcnn.
"S. R. t ) . if he * better tatUljUlon than any
thing welia > uc\er Immlled , "
JACKH & CO. , Helena. Arlc ,
"liavo no > er heard a coraplalnt nf H. B. 3. "
ARTHUR PKTUIt & CO. , Loulbiillo , ly ,
"H. 8. 8 , boa given ontlro eatlafictlon to every
one. " A , ll. ItlUIIAUUd , Slaruian , Tux.
"I ha\o bad oxcillent tale for a. S. S , and the
ruuultu ha\oboeu moxt uailnfu-tory. '
J. 0. UUUQF , UoHlltii. Qrciu , Ky.
"Oumalui rf 8. y D , ua > o been good , and Ho
BUCCCU < perfvct. "
JONEB &CAUEY , Mont.-om.ry , Ala.
"S 8. 8 , has glu'ii entlro tathfactlon to every
oni. " K ItKUaa , I'aiU , T xa .
"S. 8. 8. hts L-hon univernal tatUfactlon. '
H. W. lOWfclia A ; CO. , KlUimoud , Va. .
Bl.ODD Ryri rd will be pa'd to anj
chemlet who will Qud , ou aanlyola of 100 cottloto
8. 8. U. , one jmrtlclo of Mercury , loJWs ot tv
tlum or soy Mineral wiUtano * .
UWIirr UPK01WU CO. i'/o-ps
AtUDta , Oe.
t rlce'of Uuall kite , 1.CO
eUo VI It.
now l > r all Dru jlit
'V/IME OK CAnPUl - ina tcB r < nj
"
Uami 1
GOLD ROPE ,
Thelntrlntlo merit and nperlor quality o ! cot
Bold Rope Tobacco hag Induced other mannfao-
turcrs to putupon the market oodi rimllar to
our brand In name nnd gtylo which are ottered
andioldforloramotry than the genuine Gold
Hope. Wo caution the t ado and consumer to tee
that our name and trade mark are upon each
lump. The only genuine and original Gold Rep
Tobacco la manufactured bf
THE WILSON & MoNALLY TO
BAOOO OOMPANY.
The Great hnglish Boruedy
.Never . fatli to cnio
Nervoiu Debility , VItal -
tal Exhaustion , Eml -
, loni , Seminal Weak-
,
HOOD , and all the
ivll cffocti of youth'
ul ( olliofl and ozceo-
Iscs. II etopa perma
nently all weakening.
involuntary loaste and
drains upon the aye-
Item , the Inevitable rc-
- i - -"iult of these enlpraj-
tlccs , which are so destructive to mind and body
and maUo life miserable , often loading to Insanl.
ty and death. U strengthens the Nerves-Draln ,
( memoryf Blood , lluscfos , DlifMtlve and Repro
ductive Organs , It restores I ? all the organic
functions their former vigor and vitality , ma
king lite cheerful and enjoyable. Price , S3 a
hotUo , orfourtlmcathe quantity 10. Sent by
express , secure from obsorvatlon. to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. a 0. D. sent , except
on receipt of (1 aa a guarantee. Letters r-
quailing answers must inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills
are the best and cheapest djipopite and billions
euro In the market. Sold by all druggetPrlw
CO cents.
Da. Mnrni'i KIBNII RIUIIDT , ,
Cureetll kind of Kidney and bladder complalnte.
gonorrhea , gleet and leucorrhca. For > ale oy uL
aaucirtst * : l a battle. _
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