Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 18, 1882, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE DAILY BEE-OiMAJlA SATURDAY flOVEMBlfill 18
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OMAHA , HEB ,
WAKE3STESLD 8
TTUOL13ALK AMI ) HETAIL DEALER IK
M WOKS. / * ? ? ? = * W J " "ffl
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SA&l , SIOORS , BL9NOS ,
FOB ISIIAYAUKBR OrOIKHl'
Near Union Pacific Douot.
UI9
JOBBER OF
OFA IPEl
AND"P Q
Ma ti
'EASTERN ' PRIDES DUPLICATED.
118 FARNAiVl ST. - - OMAHA
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
ClffiS 1HB IAIUFACTUSED TOBACCO ,
for BBHWOOD NAILS AND LAPLIH & EAND POWDER GO.
POWBB AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
UIHINO UAOniNERT , BBM1NO , BOSE , BRASS AND IKON FTTriHaQ PIPE , ETB1 ,
PACKING , AT WHOLESALE AHD UKTAIL.
Cor. Farnam and 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
-DEALERS IN-
'Q Q
i O CJ ]
Fire and Burglar Pr : > : j
1020 Farnham Street ,
O. IF.
Window and Plate Glass.
tf&nyoao contemplating building storebank , or any other Dne will fled It in tuclr aj
antageto corrcs end with us belore purchasing their Plate Glass.
O. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA NEB.
W.B. MILLAUU. BDWAKD W. I'KOK ,
MILLARD & PECK ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale
1421 & 1423 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED ]
gents for Peek & Bauehora Lard , and Wilbor Mills Flour
OMAHA NEB
, - - -
REFERENCES :
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & OO.
IE1. O.
1213 Farnam St. . Omaha.
PERFECTION
HEATIHC.AHD . BAKi R
fe only uttained by
ITFJ OAK
Stoves and Hanges.
WITH
WIRE GAUZE OYBB DOOBS ,
. For sale byj
I.IILTOH ROGERS & SONS
Jull-mielr
HE HAD IT BAD.
How the Secret Sooioty Orazo
Affected an Iowa Mail.
And the BaQUltn of a Six
Weeks' bicknose.
Burl'nirtoii ' llvtki'\c
On tliu udgii of the oil country is
Olonn. It aoean't produce , but it
etorca mid refines , und it manufnoturos
the pleasant lIUlo pyrotechnic com *
monly called nitro glyccrlno. Full of
power Is Oluan , And it hns a secret
society in every corner. Par n town
ot its fli/o it wcaro moro rcgnlin , thnn
any other town in America. The upper -
per windows are vocal with initinla ,
ntid it hns been ftirly vaccinated for
A.X ) . U. W.'o , and has broken out with
S. K.'a of the Btxtno , and it liao an
eruption of E. 0 M. A. , which T sup
poau moans "Erery other Monday
afternoon , " bcciuiso it meets every
other MYtidncBdny ; and there are I. 0.
0. F. ' , and E. A , U.'e , especially eau
do vie , and F. and A , M.'B , and A. 0.
F.'a , and K. of S. F.'B , and II. i' . of
T.'s , which la probably the ll-lgiiml
R-iontal T company ; lodge and lencuo
und legion , chapter , council , postcon
clave and commnndory Olean line
'cm all.
"Solomon invented the Freemason * ,
didn't he ! " ualtod the Jester , who isn't
very well posted on these things.
"Ho did , " replied the fat pasoengor ,
proudly , who is one of the woynpsand
wears three kinds of p'ina and a wach
seal , that nobody can read , with Sun
day , Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday ,
And all the rest of the ton command-
meutn initiated on it. "Ho did , " said
the fat passenger , us , ho bent n thirty-
third-dogroo-in-tho-shado look upon
the man on the wood-bos , who is only
a Myatlo Nail outer of Jericho , and
only dates the origin of his order back
to the days of Beelzebub.
'Solomon , " the joater remarked
muuiucly , "was a very wise man , an
extremely numerous father and an
extravagantly diffuse husband. Ho
Imd moro wives , of full rank and
brevet , than there are women in Olean.
And I have no doubt ho was a fpod
exemplary Mn jn Only , I wonder ,
if ho had been content with one wife ,
if hoover would have invented lodge
nights V Now , out in Burlington ,
where I live , " the Jester wont on ,
hastily breaking in on the fat passen
ger's attempt to say something , "there
tras a woman , a neighbor of mine ,
whoso husband belonged to moro
lodges , and societies , and fraternities ,
and leagues , and order ? , and unions ,
and clubs , and rites , and teams and
things than the two could count
in a week t Why , this man
UEod to take aomo of his
meaUi at homo. And ho went to bed
in regalia. Plain , but rcRalift. And
from force of habit ho used to call his
wife 'Worshipful Mistress , ' and ho ad
dressed hid children as 'Junior Wardens -
dons , ' and 'Chief Tough Moguls , ' and
'Most Worthy Basbi Bizouks' and
other wicked and pngan titles. That
man's children grow to regard the en
tire system of secret societies of the
United States as their father. They
had a vague idea that they wore in
some close degree blood relations of
Solomon , and they told their Sunday
school teacher that their grand
father worked on the Tower of Babel ,
and they always spoke of Hiram
Abiff as 'Uncle Hiram. ' They be
lieved that Great Heart was a post
commander in the Grand Army of the
Republic. And this man used
to go down and pound the
boiler , and hold one corner of
the blanket , and grease the polo and
help heat the pitch , nights when there
was a candidate to bo assassinated ;
and ho watered himself into a dropsy
at Good Templar meetings , and fer
mented himself into a boor vat at
Druid picnics , and ate himself into a
chronic indigestion at Odd Follows'
suppers , and sat up nights with sick
Grand Army comrades , and visited
Masonic widows , and comforted
Knights of Pythias orphans , fomala
sixteen years and upwards and ho
danced himself into paralysis , and got
his eyes blacked at all sorts of balls ,
and had a good buoy time of it , and
was considered a capital follow because
ho had to write 'S. O. G F. VV. and
B. B. G. E ; and E O. D. tf , and W.
2 T. p , d. ' after his name every time
ho wrote a letter or registered at a
hotel.
"Well , one day there were several
things going on all at once in our
town. There was a grand convocation
of Knights Templar and a public In
stallation of Hope Ledge , No 8,227 ,
1. 0. 0. F , , and Druid picnic , and an
Hibernian benevolent society ball ,
and'n fraternity symposium , and
Grand Army parade und camp ( ire ,
and a special M. W. of the S. K. of
A. O. U. W. Legion 30C , and two or
three bazars , and a masked parudo of
the T , 0. M.'s , und a firemen's tour
nament and light , and a choral union
rehearsal , and at choice meeting and
equabblo , ivndfn , base ball match and a
regatta , and irfcroquet quarrel , nud in
the effort to'attend all of them in full
regalia tbo info overdid himself , cmno
homo nil tirjMt out , told his wife ho
didn't believ6 < ] ho felt very well him
self , und went straight to bod.
"Ilia family never saw the man
again for six weeks , And the days
were made busy and the nights were
made noisy by all manner of commit
tees , wearing all manner of badges ,
coming to inquire after the tick man ,
and to nit up with him , and bringing
him all manner of comforting thmga
gruul , and jollies , and .water ices ,
and terrapin soup , und peanuts , and
ice cream , and cake and pie , and
watermelon , and tracts and flat flasks ,
and now utcrios , and sandwiches ana
eggnog , slid cigars and conundrums ,
and jokes on the boys , and all sorts of
doctors -honHopathists , allopaths ,
water cures , Swedish movement cures ,
eclectics , new school , old school , regu
lars , guerrillas , Injun doctor * , faith
doctor ) , kneftdor6slbppors and healer * .
"And the man got well ! He had
to , " the jester added , noticing the ex :
pretaion of incredulity that settled
upon the countenances of the pas-
aongora ; "there were too many of him
to die at once. While they were
wrestling with ono of him the rest of
him would get tha bulge ou him and
so he pulled through , And when he
was quito well and all there , they had
a grand union picnic for his benefit ,
to which all the societies to which ho
belonged were invited. The family
naturally rejoiced at this , as they
were closely connected with the
circus. In&ttwl of this , however , they
were treated to a surprise. The pro
cession organised with the in.in him
self and three eminent brethren of
vastly superior degrees in the firt car-
rinse. Than came n brats band. Then
came morn carriagen , containing emi
nent brethren from vlsltirg lodges ,
over } ' man with nnoutth initials nfttr
hia name to stock iv railroad the 0.
I. 0 U H. F. L Y. , and the U. S.
T. U. V X , and the 0. U. & 0. A.
U. , and the T. 0 JI. and the G. A
L , , and the J. U G under the scat ,
Then came n whole procession of chap
lains ledge chaplains on foot ,
swearing at the duat. And away off ,
two and n half miles away from
the band , came the family , in the
middle of the street , hoofing it
' \Vhenthoyfinollygotout to the
picnic Rrcunda , the mombots of the
man's domestio household wore again
pleasantly surprised , being stopped at
the Rftto by an ou'sldo Bcntiuol , who
clubbed them off to the right , There
they fjnnd an inside guard , who
promptly chased them off to the loft.
Then they ran into n boy seven years
old , with white hair and rod necktie ,
carrying aciothoaprop , and baaring in
his own ollicml person the cmoimous
and overbearing title of 'Itoyal nnd
Thrlca Puitsant Knight of the Mighty
Arm nud Potent Keeper of the
Way.1 And when they got away from
all that alive , they were finally J
nhoood' nwuy und waved oil' down the
road nnd told to got outof there and
keep away or they'd get Into trouble ,
by a little old iiinn with bow legs , a
liaro lip , a wart on hia nose , a bald
lioad and green RogglcH , who the af-
frightened and awo'StricKcn intruders
afterward learned was his Moat Good-
ficts-Gracious Nibs , the Four or Five
Tiuicti Renowned and Moot Awfully
Magnificent nnd Resplendent Fly-up-
tho-Oroek to the Muldoon. " A secret
society is n sweet boon , but a man haste
to bo kind of careful that it doesn't
irovr on him.
bucklin'u Araion Salve.
The 1)E3T ) SALVB in the irorM for Onti ,
BruisoB , Sores , TJIconr , bait Khoum , Fe
ver Sorfu , Totter , Chnpncil Ilandi , Chll
blnins , Oornn , ana all ckln eruptions , nud
ppriitivcl.Y euros pllen. It is Ruivnmtcod to
? ivo BRlidfHctfon i ir > v any refuuiled.
Prioo , 25 contu per ci. for ule by 0 ,
Goodman
OONNUBIADITIES.
A young conplo were married nt Lafay
ette , TOWB , the other day , whose combined
ages amount to 163 years.
Mr. George Weoki and Miss Julia H.
Karneet , of the Emma Alibutt company ,
were married recoatly in Cincinnati ,
Ado Gray's "East Lynne" company hns
had a real elopement. Tbo Barbara llare
of tbo company ( Nettle Abbott ) skipped
f rom Chattanooga with n commercial drum
mer about an hour before tbo rising of the
curinln ,
A clergyman writes to tha London
Standard complaining thnt the people of
tbo poorer London parishoi have their
marriaccs folemnized InlSt. GeorpoV , St.
1'Aul'n nnd other fnaliixnablo churches. Ho
says that ouch a practice is revolutionary.
IVuliaps It is ; but it Is very cnrtnln that
tbo loan of feeu IB tbo real Krlovancc of thin
pa on. No clergyman has ever been
known to complain , if people no elsewhere ,
or rather , are taken el-owliero , to bo
buried.
A western woman wrote ; a letter loan
otHoer of a cavalry refihnent nt Fort Lin
coln , Dakota , as follows : f'Dear Sir : My
man , perlmos you know , in dead. I burled
him Thurtd'iy , It It ccmlug on spring
now , nnd I mn a Inno woman with a bltf
ranch , nml Ilia Indian about. I don't
mind the Indians , the red devils , but I
have too uiuch work for any woman to do.
If you bayo any sergeant about to be mut
tered out , or a private , If bo Is a food
man , I would like to have you inform me
about him. If ho IB a steady man , likes
work , and wants a good home , I will marry
him , if wo think we can get along together ,
It's a good chance for any man. Flense
answer. "
The Kngllsh bishop of Kioter , has re
cently , an the Americans would oar , "put
himnolf on record" on tbo question of nmr-
ilano wltb a deceased wife a sister , which
In England In illegal. Ho remarked thnt
bo bad for yours held back from this
question in order that bo might give it the
fullest pipMble consideration ; but after
giving every weight to all that bad been
sattl in fuvor of the present movement , he
was driven to the conclusion that it
would be wrong to nltor , the lixw ,
Religinualy It was wrong , because
tbo spirit of the blhle was oppnied to
it ; and morally it would be wrong , because
it would withdraw a protection that now
exUtcd to the purity of family life If the
relaxation of the law was allowed with re
gard to a deceased wifu'n ulster , very noon
men would he inquiring why they might
not marry nlfco or stepdaughter , and the
whole thine would lead to temptations of
a Herlous character in relation to family
life. Ho alto objected to men being per
mitted to marry nearer relations than wo
men were allowed to marry.
Depend Upon It-
Mother Shlpton'a prophesies and Louis-
innlit elections are very uncertain thlngp.
hut 'J'lioimtn' J.'clcctria Oil can bo depended
upon nlwnyn. It elites aches and pains of
every description.
It will require an expenditure of at
least § 5,000,000 by the Italian gov
eminent to make good the damage
dona to roadn , bridges nnd public
buildings by the inundation , to say
nothing of the aid to thoHUil'jrors.
Horuforil'n Aolil PhotpJinte in loo-
lirittj.
Du. 0. S. ELLIS , Wabsiih , Ind. ,
says : "I proscribe it fjr a man who
had utud intoxicants to oxcem for
fifteen years , but during the last two
years has entirely abstained , IJo
chinks the Acid Phosphate is of much
benefit to mm. "
The now Iowa state capitol has
thus cent 92,000,000 , and it will re
quire $500,000 to finish it. It is UG5
teet long from north to south , and
measures 27-1 feet from the sidewalk to
the top of the center dome ,
Novnr Give Dp.
If ynu are guttering with low nnd do
prested spirits. UMH of appetite , geuoru
debility , diuoruered blood , weak constitu
tion , headache , or any disease of a bilious
nature , by all means procure a bottle of
Klectrlo KKters. You will be surprised to
Bee the rapid Improvement that will follow ;
you will bo Inspired with new life :
etrength and activity will return ; pain and
misery will cease , and henceforth you will
rejoice in the pralso of Klectrlo Hitters ,
Bold at Ufty ceuta a bottle , byO. F. Ga:1
man i _ _ _ _ _ _
About 1,500 miles of now railroad
were pat in operation in the southern
states last year. The gross earnings
of southern roads reached803,000,000 ,
and tha net earnings increased from
818,000,000 in I860 to moro than
524,000,000. _ _
Fit-it Kate
"Often uaabla to attend
subject to serious disorder of the kidptiy * .
After a long aiege of lickneu tried JJur
duck JIlooJ llitltra and wm relieved by
half a lifiitle , " Mr. J ) . Turner , oI'llocheB.
ter , N , Y. taVei the pftitu to write.
Uabr'o Appo.il.
" \Vbnt rnnkfH 1 cry nnd fol'ia ' kny Ir.
naught1'
U.Mi'e ftoninch nche , nnd tour In my
moulTy ;
C.AUJO lee , can't ulcep , nd worms bltca zo
belly !
"Fever , " t * My , feel llo 1 was jolly.
Gucfw your bibloi brief , Dlclc nnd Vic-
torlrx ,
When tnnmmn's gone , nud don'l hnvo OAS-
TOUTA.
"You're right , they fairly yell , " There ,
Uncle Cyj
Oousln Frnnk hive CAHTOIUA , ho don't cry.
In the production of coal , Illinois
In now second only to Poumylvatrin.
The state bureau of labor reports that
the output htn increased from 0,000-
000 tons in 1880 to 9 000,000 tons in
1882 , nnd that the vnluo at the mines
has boon nearly 514,000,000.
" Dnn't Ilnrrr , Gentlemen. "
Snld n mnn on hN way to ho hnngcd ,
"there'll bo no fun till I get there.Vo
s y 1 1 the dyti cptlc , liorvoui , nnd do'illl-
Uted. don'l unrry tlionchtlcKcly for noino
rouiodyot doubtful mom , uncntntnof re
lief , when ynu cnn got nt the drnggttlit for
ono dollnr Itiirdnck lltotxl Hitlers nlmont
BUM to cure and certain to Lonedt.
During thu live years 1877-1881 ,
thu average loss by fires in thu United
States nnd Canada in the month of
September nlouo was $5,050,000. This
r'car , omitting tbo fires in which the
oas wan lean than $10,000 , the record
shows 123 in number , nnd the aggre
gate loss ? 0 , 05,000.
How Mucli WilU'Do It ?
How much of Tlunnat' Xcltctrif Oil Is
cquircd to cure ? Only a very littlo. A
o\v drops will euro any kind af nn ache ;
nnd but n trllla more is needed for xprnlns
nud Inmcncfis. IJhtnnuitUiii is not BO
cndily alTected ; nn ounce nnd HoniotlmcR
, wo uiinccs nro requited. No medicine ,
lowovcr , in ro tnro t euro with the snmu
number of
Mining operations on the Monom-
nee ana Marquntto iron ranges , in
Michigan , employ about 14 ,000 men
and $02,000,000 in capital. Adding
his industry to the lumber interests ,
, he result will show nearly , if not
quite , as largo a business record in the
upper peninsula as in the lower sec *
, iou , south of Maokinao straits.
Millions Given Away.
Million * of Bottles of Dr. King's Now
Discovery for Consumption , Coughs and
Jokls , hd\o been given nw.iy na Trial
Dottles of the 'nrgo ' size. Thia enoitnous
outlay would bo disastrous to the pro-
irietnru. were it not for thu r.ira merits
ioBuesod by this wondcrfid medicine. Call
it O. K. Goodman's Drug Store , nnd got
a Trial liottlo free , and try tits yourself.
never fntU to euro.
I for nil dluonooo of tno Kldnoyo and
'LIVER
It haa epeclHo action on this moat Important
) organ , enabling It to throw oft" torpidity and
Inaction , otlmulatlniT the hraUhy nocrctlon
, oftlui Blli > , and by keeping ° bo-redo in ( rot
I condition , cllcctlnc its re
RA a I a fl * > IfyouaroouHbriiiefrom
V IWldldl IC4 malaria , liavo the chills ,
' are bilious , dyipoptlo , or oonotlpalcd , Kid-
[ noy.Wort-wlUeurulyroUovo&quloldycuro.
I In this Boonon to clcanao the Eyitcm , everyone
ono should toke a UioroufiU courco oflt. ( il )
DY DRUQOIST8. Prlco $1.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE
STORES.
OtKIlK PVRCIIAHI.SO AND DEPOT , 0. B , )
OMIIIA ; Neb. , No\cmber 10. J882. )
Scaled proposals. In duplicate , subject to the
usual conditions , III bo received at thin olllco un
til 12 o'clock noon on Deicin cr dtli , 1882 , at
wlildi time ondlilaco they 111 ha opened In prcs-
once of bidden for ( unilsnliiff and delivery at the
subaUtenuo btorchotme , or on earn In Oinalia ,
Neb. , ( K on cam after Inspection nnd acceptance
at place of packing , ) OH may bo required by the
subsistence ilcinrtmcnt , 1M barrels pork , IlKht
mesi , tabu delheral by January Cth 188:1:00,000 :
pounds bacon , nhort ilear uldev , medium v\oiht
undthlckni's , packcdfn irntihtr ppcd.ol about
IfJO poundu bacon each , Riili ploco o ( baton to
bo co\crcd with cotton ilothall ; to boddhcrcxl
by January fith 1883.
The government rcsot\CH the right to reject
any or all proKi ] ln.
Illaiik proposalu and ( nil Information as to the
manner of bidding , nil the tcniw of contract and
pa\incut " 111 bo furnished on application to this
office.
No proposal will bo considered unlc s
n led by the tirlntcil "Inbtriittlgiix tote
to bo had at thin olllco.
Knu lopes toiitalnliiir propOKiln should bo mar-
kul , "I'roiMsala for Hiilnlstcnco utorca"and ad >
drt ssctl to the uudcntlgncd.
TIIUMAAH WHJ30N.
noill-Ctli. 0. H..U.H. A.
Geo. P. Bern is
Real Estate Agency ,
6th * nd Doucla * 8 . , Oman *
hia agency deed Htrlctly a brokurao | builncfs
oei not npoculato. a'nl therefore any baanco
t on our books are Insured ajralmit loon.
I. DOUGLAS ,
-.ABOHITEJOT ,
Oarponfcor. Suporintonflout , fto ,
AU klnda of Job work dono.
Old Jiuildingt llecmutnicttd.
tw building eroded. Plans nnd vpoclflcatlout
furnlthcd.
1410 Hrtrnoy St. , bot. 14th and 15th
JyliBtn
ORAV'C , mjioit'it ! MEUHJIHK
THADK r/1ARK.Thp Ori-aTIlt DII MAIJR
( ollow a > a
E rtRFTAr.ina , 'iucrco of ntn TAKINB ,
Sell-AbiiHo ; as LOS.I o ( llciuory , Unlvenal Laiiui
tude , Pain In tbo Back , Dimness o ( Vision , I'ru
m&tura Old A e , and many other Dlieauca thai
load to Insanity or Uomunipttoa ami a Prema <
ture Grave ,
OTKull pattlcnlais In 031 pirunhlet , whlcl
wo doelro to send free t v mall to evsry one ,
CiTThu Hpecinc Medicine U sold by all dru iati
atl per psikage , or Op-ck fcs for t6 , or will
be scut Iron by mall on ruilpt of the money , bj
TIIKOUAY < tDICIKEOO. ,
rt Puffalo , N. T
ToTHE
THE OI1EAT EUROPEAN HEMEDY.
* i i * m j fT\A * * " * * ' * * WJ wj Jlfiri CO I r" ! OIL UDiuiui
Iron tl/-i.bii / | ; , ' tv'iiunU.1 Anxiety , Lctsi
. . . . . . .
a. P I-J ja tij9 rjtrt o Pldu , and dUsut ,
j , /tbftt liud to
_ JOocvumptlcu
ft- f.jtutarlty au
i4iii >
t , i lift ? * I. .
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JWJ ) l { ? 'K " 7dltlia"1'
M
tZ\lft < > 10 Ul. Wllte fof them unrt
llcultia.
iTlco , BpoclU : , 11.00 pai jck je , or ilx pack ,
wta for } i 00. Acliitw , all orderi to
B. BIUSONMKDIOlHi C .
Noe. 1U1 and 108 Ualn St. IJuFf-'u , li. 7.
Bold In Omabii by 0. V. Ooodmaa , J. V , I'II ,
aud ( .1) ) d/u ! ( licvoiywhtr ) . |
OIBEfiTOHY OF LEADED WESTERN HOTEL
PJWI'RIBTOKS TOWNI
ARLINOTON , J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net.
WEATHERLY HOUSE , A. O. WEATHERLY , Manning , Iowa.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. C. REYNOLDS , Coon Rapid * , own.
8AHATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIUQ Mllford , Neb ,
MARSH HCUQC , E , MANS BROWNSVILLE Neh
ooMwdHciAL HOTEL : JOHN HANNAN etromibura N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loultvllle
CITY HOTtL , OHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Na .
COMMERCIAL HOTC. , J. O. MtAD , Nstlgh , Net ,
ORANO CENTRAL f.3EYMOUR | , Nbratka Olty/Keb
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THOUP , Weeping WtDrN
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPCR , Hardy , Nab.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb .
COMMERCIAL HOUQC , E. OTORCY. Olnrlnda , low * .1'
ENO'O HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremont , b
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. 0. HACKNEY , Athlami , Nnb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklntor , Neb
VOtlQAN HOUOE , E. L. QRUtlD , Qutcta Rood , tl
OUMMIT HOUSE , QWAN & CCCKER , Omitcn , U
HOUSTON HOUSE , OEO.OALPH , Extra , In
REYNOLDO HOUQE , O. M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , In ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKED , Aitdubon , la '
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 0. DURQEQU , Nootn , In
CITY HOTEL , Dl A. LLIAMO Harlon la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINOO , Darning , In
NEURASKA HOTEL , JU | AVERY , Btnnton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL Q. W , DURK. OutllnBtomluritlcnt
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , U'anchard ' , I * .
PARKS HOTEL , T. M. PARK , Dhenandoah , IB ,
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COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dj yld Oltr , Hob
DACNELL HOUSE , OHA3. DAQNELL , Oollcgoaprlngt , In.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , M. LUTTON , Vlllltca , li
JUDKIN3 HOUSE. FRANK WILKINSON , Mftlvarn , In
UALL HOUUE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Orovu , Is
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F. OTEARNO , Odeboll. U
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKCOT , Oicooln , Neb
DOUQLA3 HOUSE , J. 0. DUNHAM , Claika Nob.
DEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QBEEN , Uodford la ,
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. DLAOK& SON , Maryjvlllo Ma
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction N .
WINBLOW HOUSE Q. McOARTY , Qeward Nab ,
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES. Auroar Nor. .
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZ'ER , Sidney , Noo.
AVOQA EATINQ HOUSE D. W. ROOKriOLD. Avocn la ,
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak
FOSTER HOUSE Oapt. JOHN FOSTER , Lcwli. la.
WHITNEY HOUSE E. HAYMAKER , Grljwold , la.
DEPOT HOTEL , O. L. OHAPMAN , Dunlnp , la
LUSK HOUSE. J A. LUSK , LoRBn. In.
DOW CITY HOUSE , W. H. MORTON , DowCltalla
ilAQQER HOUSE , JAGQRR& 801 , Denlion , la ,
11AUMON TAMA CITY , IA. , Harmon & Kealc.t , Prop
HEAT YOUR HOUSES
FURNACES IN THE WORLD ,
MADE BY
BIOHARDSOW.BOYNTON & 00
CHICAGO ,
Embody uo\ir 1882 Improvement ) . Mor ,
prnotionl foi'iirts ; Cost los * to keep In
older ; Uao 1OH fuel will Rtvo moro heat
md a larger voliuno ° ( pnro air than any
lurnaco mado.
BoldbyFlRROEY&nilAOFORDOinaaaKeb
_ _ Jy21.d8m
Samuel C , Davis & Co , ,
DRY GOODS
Washington Avo. and Fifth
ST. LOUIS
J011M I KOMI noiiAur
Prcitdcn VIu. Proi't
W. lite , and Tf on.
THIS NEBRASKA
IDIAOOTDIB GO
Lmcoln , Noi ?
MANUFAOTORERS OF
Oorn Plantom , HrrrowB.Parm RoIIore
Hulky Hay Hftkot ) , BucKec Ulovatlng
WindmlllB , Sio
Wo are prapcrod to do Job work and maunfac *
urlnK ( or other partlon.
AddroM&l orlera
NEBilAHHA UANUPAOTUUNQ 00
I/lucoln , Na
HEAR THEJflTNESSES.
Many shrink ( rom pu lldty In connection with
8. H. H. , but wo are permlttod to refer to tbo ( ol <
lowing pcrnonu who halo known and wl'.u < wiod
IU wonderful illetU :
fxiiRY , Iloiuton Co. , Ga ,
We ha\u linnwn "Hwllt' hpetlOc" tented In
hundrcdiofmoetobctlnalocaii no ! ( dooll'olion-
\ng \ , Mercurial Rhtumattim , UcrudiU , More ) ,
hczonia. Cat rrh eto , and do coi nUcntiouMy
testify tlmt It met ttl'h th iiiont perfect and sig
nal .ueccHa , cflou'od radical and pcrmcncnt cures
I no ! cry c m ithout ulinilo oxooi lion.
Hugh It. Dcmiard , Oeo , W Kill n ,
John O , Hrowu , Ouo. W. HlngU-lOd ,
Win , Bruuran , John H. Hoaif
James D , Iliarp K I Warren ,
llooro & Tutt'o ' , J , W , IJclvIn ,
J. W. Wlmberly , J. W. Wocilnck ,
W , D. 1'liree , clierlfl , J. W. llatjn , Co. Iron.
0. 0. Duncan , T. M. Klllcii ,
D y & ( Jordou , T. U , llutncr , rhe'lR.
We are peruonally acquainted \vlth tie o tlo-
man whone H ( ( natures appear to tbo abo\o cei.
tlllcate , ' 1 hey are rltlzoui of Bald c junty , ol the
blghc t rtupu tubtllty and chaiacter.
A. H. 1)11,118. Ordinary , Jlciuton Co , On.
D. U. CULLKR , U'k Sup. Ct. Ilou.tou Cu. Qa
"Nothtni * but ( avorable rcttrU. | llelloi t
8.1s nupaclfle for all Ulood DUunus.
UDlvcrual Bitlofactlou "
0. W. JONK3 & CO , . Msmphls.Tcnn.
" 8 , R. H. Klvos better eatlclactlon than any
thine webavocvir handled , '
JAUKB & CO. , Helena , Ark.
"Have nrr heard a complaint i.f H. U S.1'
ARTHUR 1'CTKU & 00. , Leu bvillo , Ky ,
"S. 8. 8 , bos el > en entire ( attraction to every
ono. " A. B. RICH AKDd , '
"I have had excellent t-alu tor 8. S , S , and tbo
results hat o boon mon tv Isfactory.1
J. 0. BURQb , BowlluffOrceu , Kj.
"Our tali * rl 8 , S , B , have been food , and Its
BUU084 perfect. "
JONi3 &CAHKY , Mont-ouurj , Ala.
"S. S , 8. haa uhcu entlro lAtltlaUlou toctcrf
oni. " K REUSM , ParU , Te ai.
" 6 8. 8. hasKlveo unu trail tatUfactlou. '
II.V. . I'OWtlta & CO. , Richmond , Va. .
. ovrar la
choru it who will uud , on analynlsotlOO bottleso
8. 8. 0. , CDC particle of Mtrcury , lodldt ol to
Sluaa oi any Mineral substance.
SWIFT HPEOmt ) CO. PlOM ,
AlUnU , 0 * .
Fltui of Baiall tl o , | 1.0 .
Lirge lice I1.T6.
Bold by all Dructlat
$500 REWARD.
The above reward will l > o patil to nny person
who will produce a Paint that will equal the
Pennsylvania Patent Rubber
Paint ,
( or prrscnlng Shingles , Tin and Gnuol Roofs.
Warranted to Lo Flro onj Water Proof. All
onlors promptly attended to. Cheaper and better -
tor than any other paint now In use.
STEWART S STEPHENSON.
Solo Vrourlctora , Omaha Honso , Omaha , Neb.
Officer & Pusoy , Dr.Hlcc , Dr. Plnnoy , Fuller
Council Dluffs , low a.
llmi olllcc , Omahtt Nnn.
DOCTOR STEINHART'S
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
Koit OLD AVI ) Yoii.vo , MALK AND FKMALK.
t In n Hiiro , prompt aid cfToctiml romcdii ( or In-
llRcstlon. Dtupcp-ln , Intermittent Kcvers. Want
oAppotlto , Ncnoua Dcl > lltv ) In all Its Stnu-cs ,
.Vcak . Memory , Losa o ( Drain rn cr , Prostration ,
cakncHS ami general Ixws ot Power. Itrciuilrj
icnousuasto , rojinuna'O ! ) thu ( adod Intellect ,
Htmmhtlicnn the cnfeolilcil liraln and restores
surprli njr t no and vigor to the exhausted or-
runs. The expcrlcni'o o ( thoiiKamla proves It to
man Imnlimlilo remedy. Price , SI. 00 a bottle ,
or nix ( or $5. 1'or saloby all dmtfgl.ts , or sent
Hccuro ( rom obxcn atlon on receipt of price , by
Dr. Stoinliort , PO. . Box 24 GO , St.
liOUtB Mo. _ _ _ _ _
DOCTOR STEIWHART'S
SUPPOSITORIES
The Great Popular Remedy ( or 1'lles.
Sure cure for Blind , DlccdlnK'SI ching Piles
And all forms of llouiorrholdal Tumors.
Thi 8o. KurroHiraitlM act directly upon the
cnaUof tlie Illood Vcudcls. an J liytliclr astringent
ofTcctfl irently ( orco the blood ( rom tlio Bwollcii
tumors , and uy making the coata of the > elns
strong , protent tha r rcfllllni ; . and hcnco a radi
cal euro Is stini to ( olliw their use. Price , 75
cents a liax. For gala by all dnijtirUtu , or sent by
mall on receipt of price , by English Modlcol
InsUtuto , 718 Ollvo St-i St- Louis ,
Mi.ll < rltnrruin or
tour tlutlftj iirol
llniuKnUurtd U
Ultt&r *
Wlifioi ft
ulnuiittis you
.hat your Bj'tiir
KIIIK , toil
IH" Of Hlrmll'lllfU' ,
rlt oirtiMl' < / > < i it'i
youluffcrtrim Dyspepsia , use
UURDOOlk 'LOODDITTERB ,
If you are n'HIUuJ with lillloiunOM , use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
It you arc. prostrated with lick Headache , take
BURDOCK DLOOU HITTERS
t > our Don cU are disordered , rrgulatu them with.
BURDOCK I
If \ > 'ur Blood U mpuri ) , partly It with
DUUDOCK BLOOD IHTTEIIS.
11 you ha 'e Indigestion , jou will nud an antidote
In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS.
If you are troubled v.lth Bprlni ? Complalnu , er
adicate them > ltb BOKOOCK BLOOD BI1TEB8.
H your LlvorU turpl J , rratoro It to healthy actloo
with J1UIIUOCK liLOOU UITTEItS
If your JUvcr la atfectcd , > ou will find a euro re-
storatH o | u UUltUOCK 11LOOD BITTERS.
II you have any ipuciu * of Humor or Pimple , fall
not to take BU1EDOCK BLOOI ) BITTEU3.
H you have any gymptomi of Ulceru or Scrotulou *
Sorvt , a curatito remedy will ba found { 14
BUIIUOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For imparting utrength nnd vitality totLenj * .
ten , uotblUL" can equal % '
BUItOOCK BLOOD Bni'EUS.
For Nervous bed General Debility , tona up tha
8 } tttia with BURDOCK BLOOD BlfTElO
Price , 01.00 rwi BotUo ; TrU Buttle * ID OU
HILBUBN & Oo Props.
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BUTFALO , K. Y
at wholciilt by lib k UcUahoa And C.
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