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v TDE DAILY BEE OMAHA THUESDAy , FEBRUARY 1
No Whiskey , I
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that arc not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey , thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is guaranteed to be a non-
intoxicating stimulant , and
it will , in nearly every case ,
take the place of all liquor ,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. RICE , editor of
the American Christian Re
view , says of Brown's Iron
Gents : The foolish wast
ing of vital force in business ,
pleasure , and vicious indul
gence of our people , makes
* your preparation a necessity ;
and it applied , will save hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia , indigestion ,
biliousness , weakness , debil
ity , overwork , rheumatism ,
neuralgia , consumption ,
liver complaints/ kidney
troubles , &c.'and it never
fails to render speedy and
Every Coriot ii warranted tatls *
fiotorr to Its wearer tncTory way ,
or tbo money nut bo refunded by
the ponon from vrliom It wai bought.
nonlOor etprononnc l br onr teaillnir | *
- * iiji > rau In the wearer , anatndorneHllor Ito
moit aomfartabla and perfect Citing Conct ei
PRtCES.br M ll. PoiUca Paid i
lUaltli rnunlng , 1.CO. fklf.Aduitlni > , l.BI
AM mln l ( eztrnhmrr ) 8.00. Nurilnc , $1.51
with l'rcKr ln ( One routll ) 8.00. Varta\
Vvrcale by Itudlnc llclull llcoleri iTerywhtrc
cinoAuo uouam co. , cutoogo , m.
torJ. of Cle > e
l.nd , O , th
01 lha lat t Improved plan , hu opened i
branch mnhinltal surg-ry1 In ttute at 221N
16th itruot , Uiraha , vtlaro be U pro rod to fur
Dlihilml > 40l overd scrlptloi , tlielctoni at\i
nipportcn for paraUted and UtlJrmtd llmbi
truuei a d shoulder brace * and tuptrarteri to
female ueakneti , etc. The Doctor has had X
years eipctlence la woarlnsanil adjuitli K.
J. 8. CRAWTOilD ,
14-deod-w.lm K'2 Korth ICthBiroet
EPPS'S COCOA ,
"By a tborouuh knowlolge ol ttio nturil Ian
which icovcrn the operations of direction am
nutrition , and by a careful application ol IU
CDS ] irop rtle of well s locud Cocoa , lit
Epps batprOTldnd our breakfut tabUs Ith I
dellcatdy flarored bertrne which tsar ive a
many btavy doctors' HIU It It b ) the In llclon
meol such artl Us ol diet thtt a ootitltulloi
maybe gruu lly bnllt up unlll stroi ir eaoogl
to railit every tendcnc ) to dls < a > o. lluilreil
ot iubtl nikl.vllta are floitlnt ; tri\u&d lu read
to attack whtrciur there Is a f k polrt. W
may esuarn roaryaftUt ahaft by km-plni ; ou :
lelres nell fortlFcd with pure bloat and a prot
erly nourlihed frame. " CUI16rr lce Ourtte.
Made tlniply nitli bolllnir water 01 ictlk , Ho )
In tins only ( Jib and Ib ) . laUeJ
JAMES KPPB tl CO. ,
tctlmt.wlv "London , Bnalau
A. J. SIMPSON.
CARRIAGE FACTOR !
lioa and lill Dodjs Btntl ,
Onuu , Nn.
THAT PEIEST A1ID HUH *
Father Kruoll , of Kankakeo ,
to Be Married to a
The Parson's Scruples Dela :
tbo Nuptialn ,
Barkis Ilopents and Oooe Back.
Special to the Chicago Herald.
KAHKAKKB , III. , January 26. Thi
special tulcgrsphcd to the Herald i
day or two ago about a priest and i
nun canned ao much excitement In anc
around this locality that your oorre
upondont waa led to make full luvoatl
Cation Into all the circumstances n
the oaao. 80 far as ho hai boon abli
to get ho finds that on Sunday , Jan
nary 14 , the Rev , John Kruoll , fo
the past five months pastor of thi
Gorman Catholic church of this city
resigned his charge and received a letter
tor of good character from the tras
tecs ,01 the parish. On Friday of las
week Father Krnoll and Slater Angola
the teacher In the parish school , cami
to the Commercial hotel and ongagoc
rooms , Sister Angela being acoom
panlcd by H young woman
said to bo the priest's housekeeper
On Saturday the Rov. Mr. Phillips
rector of St. Paul's Episcopal churcl
of Kankakeo , received a call fron
Father Kruell. The visitor inference
Air. Phillips that he wished the latte :
to many him and Sister Angela tha
day. In all his clerical experlonci
Mr. Phillips had never been con
fronted with such a situation , and hi
begged for time In which to consldei
the matter. He then held a long con
venation with Father Kruell , wh <
gave his reasons for leaving the Churcl
of Rome ( prominent among which wai
his love for this woman ) , and ex
pressed a desire to nnlto with thi
Episcopal Church. On Sunday Fathe
Kruoll and Sister Anqola wore both a
St. PanlV , the former attending thi
morning and evening services.
On Monday , Father Beaudoln
president of the college at Bourbon
nais , visited Father Kruoll. In a fen
minutes Fathers Beaudoin and Krnel
passed out of the hotel together. Between
tweon 6 and 7 o'clock In the uvonin
Father Boandoln returned and paii
the bills of Father Kruoll and Slate
Angela , and asked for the former'
bapgago. This the landlord refuse
to surrender , except on Fathe
Krnell's written order. About 1
o'clock a man brought a written ordo
from Father Kruoll , but the baggag
was then in possession of Sister Ac
gela , who had moved Into Fathe
Krnoll's room , and who refused t
glye up the property unless Fathe
Kruoll himself came after it. A
about 1 o'clock In the morning Fathe
Kruell appeared at the hotel and hoi
an hour's interview at the hotel am
hold an hour's interview with hi
fiancee. On the following foronoo
she was called upon by Mr. Phllllpe
She was quite reticent , but said It ws
all over between herself and lovci
that they wonld never see each othe
again. He was to go out of the conn
try , and she had decided t
RO to the bishop of Milwaukee
She was very much broken down
aud gave vent to her grief In th
most unmistakable way. Later in th
day she again changed her mind , an
declared her intention to leave on th
night train for Qalnoy Shortly be
fore supper she and her young we
roan friend , who had boon her com
Einion throughout all these proceed
igs , left the hotel , and not long alter
ward carao a written order from thi
loading church members above allude <
to to hold her baggage nntll furtho
ardors. The lady has not returned tc
the 'Jiotol , nor hna her trunk beoi
called for. Slater Angela is abou
thirty years of ago , a comely , whole
some looking Goiman lady. She ha
boon a nun for fourteen years , and i
teacher in tho'Qorraan Catholic eohoo
of this olty for four years. It wai
Dvldont that she possessed a doe )
aficolion for Father Kruell , and wai
willing to desert the church In whlcl
iho had boon born and raised in ordei
to marry him. It is said that Arch
bishop Fuehan , of Chicago , cami
down on Monday's noon train , am
wan at Bourbonnats during the day ,
How much this had to do with thi
nhango lu the situation Is only a matter
tor ot conjecture.
Oougar YD. Maudler.
LAFAYEITB , Ind. , January 23. Thi
was the ceoond d > y of the slander * ul
Df Helen M. Gougtr agaiust Chief o
Police Mandlor. John F. MoHugh
In his opening statement for the do
Tense wonld show clandestine mootlnj
of Helen Qougar aud Oapt. M. Do
wltt Wallace ; -that the plalntitf clli
oomtnlt adultery ; that Oapt. Wallao
visited the fi plaintiff at night dtirln ,
the absence of her husband , aud ra
inalned there all ulght until the nox
dfty about 3 o'clock , when ho wtv
33cn. to leave the r.aldono
and fly down street ; that th
ooinplalnant wont to Wallace'
niUou during September uud romaluei
thcro an hour nud n half , and tha
when eho wont inside the iflio a slgi
was put ou the door which said "Out,1
and that shortly i f tcr Mrs. Gouge
went out Oapt. Wallace came dowi
stairs wiplug porsplratton from hi
brow. Col. D.i Hart , in stating th
case for the plaintiff , Bald : The ;
would show that the defendant doniei
that ha over said anything about slan
der and that ho denied ha > lngoeoi
the parties ; that it waa n consplrac
concocted long before , and was coolly
deliberately and fnlcoly planned , am
that wlion first confronted with it the ;
denied it , but afterwards acknowi
LUDINQTON , Mich. , Feb. 2 , 1880.
I have sold Hop Bitters for lou
years and there Is no mcdiolno tha
Biirpueca them for bilious attacks
kidney complaints and many disease
Incident to this malarial ollmato.
H. T. ALEXANDER.
Epoc'al ' Dispatch U Till liiti.
DuNvin , Jauuary 30The Ropub
Mean's Gunnlaon special saye : La
night a snow slide started from th
the summit of Ruby Peak , near Ii
win , traveling at a fearful velocity th
dlatance of a mile to the bottom of th
gulch , carrying with It all the shat
Houses and machinery connected wit !
the Ruby , Chief Howard , Extension
Durnngoand Otkcs mlnoi and olgh
men. When found Frank Uowlum
WAS dead , and Tom Brown and Wm
Ojlcman probably fatally wnUlidod ,
Last Saturday , J , W. Goodadood
brother of the Chicago divine nni
superintendent of the Paradlaa Min
ing On , , while croislng the mountali
near Gothlo gulch , was hurled at tecs
ICO feet under enow , where the bed ;
must remain nntil summer.
An Immense slide on Gothlo moun
tain wont down with such force thi
n prnlu ? as to shako the town llko ai
Special Dispatches to Tns Uss
MOHTIIKAL , January 30. lilihop Fin
sonnler , of ISerthler , U dead.
DENVin , January 30. The damage b
the storm of yesterday will exceed (200 ,
ACOUBTA , Ml. , January SO. F. N
Dow was choien chatiman ot the tepubll
can itate committee.
ItAtciaii , N. 0. , January 30. Walte
F. Pool , member of congress elect for th
First district , Is reported dangerously ill
NKW OnMEANs , January 30 Profesno
Alexander Dem I try died to-day , aged 7
lie wai at one time United States mlnli
to Central America.
HALIFAX. N. U. , January 30. Abou
100 vexsels , Inden with potttoea , are froze
In the bay. It is not expected they ca :
not get out before spring.
KAMBAH Cm , January 30. Thcobam
Bauer , and Clarence Whistler have slgnei
an agreement to wrestle Qreco-Unman
best two in three , back falls , for $500
tide , to occur in Kansas City within tei
day * .
BAH ANTONIO , January 30. Price an
Cameron , the detectives who aided the
o cape of Polk , tha absconding state treat
arer of Tenne'tee , have gone Into Mexico
Troops In pursuit of a band of Indian am
Mexican raiders crossed the Bio Grande
NOBFOLK , VA. , January 30. The rive
iteamers Suray and Grace collided In afoi
to-day and sunk. R. H. Wood , passen
jer , waa drowned. Other passengers si
taped serious Injury. The fireman wa
Sept. 14th , 1880.
Hop Bitttrt Co. , TOBONTO :
I have been sick for the past it :
years , Buffering from dyspepsia ant
general weakness. I have used thre
bottles of Hop Bitters , and they havi
done wonders for me. I am well am
able to work , and oat and sleep well
I cannot say too much for Hop Bitters
Bought by th * C..B &Q.
Bpeelal Dispatch to Tus BBS.
§ | Sr. Louis , January 30. The Globe
Democrat has It from good authorit ;
that the Chicago , Burlington & Qaino ;
has obtained a.controlllnn volcoln thi
manrgamont of the Denver & Ri
Grande , and will shortly nndortaki
the operation of the line. The con
trol of the Rio Grande will give th
Chicago , Burlington & Qalnoy at
opening to Pueblo and a obaro of th
Denver business of the Atohlson
Topeka & Santa Fo , and also a shar
of the Union Pacific business betwooi
Omaha and Pueblo. The moit impoi
tant onttomo of the change will bo thi
scouring to the Chicago , Burlington !
Qalnoy of a line to Salt Lake City
that division of the Rio Grande nov
approaching completion. From Sal
Lake a connection with the Centra
Pacific can bo easily formed.
* # * "They who cry loudest are no
always the moat hurt. " Kidney-Wor
dooa its work llko tha Good Samaritan
quickly , unostentatiously , but witl
great thoroughness. A New Hamp
shire lady writes : "Mother has beei
afflicted for years with Kidney dls
eases. Last spring she was very 11
and had an alarming pain and numb
ness in one side. Kidney.Wort provei
a great blessing and has complete ! ;
urod her. "
The Nlokol Plate.
Special Dispatch to 1m LKS.
OLUNELAND , O. , January 30 Sev
eral tologramu have boon receive !
hero to-day Inquiring ns to the trntl
of the report circulated In Now Yori
that Wm. U. Vandcrbilt had dice
here Ho did not attend tha mooting
of the Nloli ol Plato stockholder hold
hero to. day. W. H. Vanderbllt , thi
now president of the Niokel Plato
and his party left here Una evening
in excellent health. The directors o
the Nickel Plato Lave decided t <
Isauo $10,000,000 , second mortgagi
bonda , but it Is understood enl ;
$3,000,000 will bo placed ou ualo
St. Louis Enterprise
Special Dltpatch to 'lui llss.
ST. Louis , January 30 , At a meet
Ing of business men of this city to
night it waa determined to erect i
nnmmoth exposition building in thi
heart cf this city to cost f 400,000.
"BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHE !
are excellent fur the relief of Hnareino *
or Sore Throat. Thny are exceedingly el
feetive. Uhriitian H'orW , London , nj
The Opara in Cincinnati'
Special Dlipatch to TUB On.
CINCINNATI , 0. , January 30.-
L'AfTricauu was given'at Mnsio Hal
to-night to an irameuso uudlonce
ChrUdno Nilsson at Robinson's oper
house also had an overflowing rocup
A Stoamlioat ( Disaster.
Special Dispatch to TUB Dss.
BALTIMOKK , January 30. Th
steamboat Carolina off Otdar Toln
ran Into the British ntoamahlp Rivera
dale. The eutlroaido of the Carollni
wns stove in. The Rlvcradalo immc
dlatoly lowered her bouts and nsalatei
in saving the passengers. No IOBR c
life. Two i fiicern 'of the Curollu
A porntanont restoration of exhaust
ed and worn-out fuuc'ions ' follow tb
use of BrownV Iron Bitters.
A Fhllndnlphtiv Firo.
8pea1 ! Dispatch to Tus line.
PiiiLAUELvaiA , January 30. Oi
Broad street to-nlaht t\ largo ware
house containing 40,000 barrels c
flour and the adjoining buildings wer
burned , The leas ia over $100,003.
* No lady of rcdnomont likes to rr
sort to superficial devices to supply
becoming semblance of her forme
beauty , It is health alone that kindlt
the Jlre that lights the counicnnnce an
brings back the /r 7 tind of the appl
blossoms to the fad .l chtk. If an )
thing on earth will do this It Is Mn
Lydla E , Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound , which hu already brengh
health to multitudes with whom a )
other aaaau bad failed.
Progress of the Olvillzpr lu the
The last number of Bradatroot enyi
Iho annual report of the railroad com
mlesloncr of Minnesota exhibits a do-
velopmcnt of transportation f acllitlei
in the Northwest which , ou investiga
tion , proves to bo typical of thatwhlct
has boon common to the whole region
tying beyond during the laat year.
Mlnnotota , with a total of 3,741
miles cf railway , on Doc. 1 , 1882 ,
completed G32 miles during o
twelvemonth. furnishing seven-
two out of seventy-tight coun <
tics with the advantages ol
transportation by rail. The total out'
lay for railways within the boundaries
of the state had , on Juno 30 , 1882 ,
amounted to $140,312,641 , or an average <
orage coat of $43,034 per mile. On
this sum Minnesota alone had given
$70,489,700 In bonds and lands , or an
average of $23,331 per mile. An ex
amination of the moro Important see
lions of the report aa to the worklngi
and earnings of the individual roads ,
whoso affairs are discussed by thi
Minnesota railroad nomfalssloner ,
presents some suggestive facts. Tc
begin with , the percentage of operating
ing expenses to gross earnings foi
twelve months , ending June 30 last ,
was as follows :
Northern Pacific railway . 43.44
Minneapolis , Lvndall and Mlnno-
tonka. . . . . . . . . . 47.CC
St. Paul , Minneapolis and Manitoba fiO.l !
Chicago and Northwestern railway. 54. K
Chicago , Milwaukee and St. Paul. . 57.0C
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis and
Omaha . 59.0S
Burlington , Cedar Rtplds and North
ern . 6811
St. Paul and Dnluth railway . 77.GI
Minneapolis and St. Louis . 80 8 !
Minneapolis and Kaatern . 145.6C
The average rate received per passenger
songer per mile during 1881 wai :
Northern PaclEc railway . 391
St. Paul aod Duluth railway . 3 51
St. Paul , Minneapolis and Manitoba. . 3 2 !
Chicago , Milwaukee and St. Paul. . . . 2 8 ;
Minneapolis and St. Louis railway. . . .2.51
Chicago and Northwestern railway. . , .2.6 !
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis and
Omaha . 2.41
The following table shows the aver
age rate per ton of freight per mill
carried on the respective roads fort we
years , and the earnings :
Those figures , if not the vatioai
newspaper accounts of the progren
attained by the Northern Pacific rail
way during the past year , go far tc
draw attention to the laat and thin
transcontinental line of railway nov
The northwestern otatea and torrl
torlea beyond the Mississippi rive ;
possess great mineral weath , a vorj
good supply of the finest timber , anc
an immense extent of arable lands
In the Pnget sound district- the ares
of which ia nearly as large aa the utati
of Iowa the supply of fine tlmboi
standing la estimated 167,500,000 ,
000 feet. The salmon and fish
erlei of Oregon and Wash
Ington Territory are notable , the an
nual exportation of canned salmon
amounting to over 93,000,000. Wheat
is the staple agricnltmal product of the
Northwest , and Its superior quality hoi
made It famous In the grain markets ol
the world. The average yield ol
wheat per acre In Dakota , and it
Washington and Oregon , has been
given at twenty-two bushels of oatt
and barley , thirty-five ; of corn , ir
localities whore it may ba profitably
raised , forty ; of rye , twenty ; of psas ,
forty ; of beane , thirty-six ; of potatoes ,
o woman really practices econ
omy unless she uses the Diamond
Dyes. Many dollars can bo saved
avery year. Ask the druggist.
SUPREME COURT PROCEEDINGS
Tuesday , January 30 , 1883.
Marsh vs. Snyder. Motion to dis
miss overruled. Opinion per curiam ,
On a verdict for the dtfondant ir
the county court judgment was ren
dered as follow * : " 1 hereby rendei
judgment against plaintiff for coste
herein. Judgment rendered against
plaintiff for costs. " The case wac
taken on error to the district court ,
where no objection was made to the
form of the judgment. In the su
preme court the defendant moved tc
dismiss the petition in error because
there was no final judgment. Held ,
that the objection should have been
made in the district court , and that
tno judgment , although Informal , wai
Batty vs. Adams county ; continued ,
Meglcmoro vu. Boll ; submitted.
The business manager of the Lead.
vllle , ( Ool.j Ohrouiolo , Mr. Mark L ,
Goldenburg , eaya that ho has the
highest confidence in St. Jacobs Oil ,
and believes it a splendid specific foi
Benl Eatftto Transfers.
The following doech have been filed
for record In the ofliao of the county
clerk siuoQ our last report :
Annie K llotbaokto A. Rojonburj ? ,
l,4b. 25 w. d.,825.
Qiio E BUhbura and wife to Sam
uel S. Boobo , w A of 1 , 4 , b 9Shinn'a
firat addition , vr. D ; $1GCO.
William B. Smith and wife to An
drew J. HarUockl 1 , 1 and 2 , b. 193 } ,
w. d. ; $2 000.
GoorcoDrorkstoJohu P , Tomporly ,
s. i of sw. J , 1 , 1C , 11 , w. d ; 81,000.
IJelra of Jacob S. Shull to M.J J.
Foonan , 1 , 17 and 18 , b 0 , in Shull't
second addition , w. d. ; $000.
William B. King and wife to F. A.
Sjhneidor and Dvld Bowman , part
of 1 , 3. In Capital addition , w. d.j
James F. Doland and wlf a to Annie
WlUon , u. Jot 1,4 , b. 72 , w d.j
The Btai fUtva la the world for Cat * ,
, Bore * , Uleew , b U Rhenm ,
ver Bore * , Tettor. Oh pp d H nd , Chll
bla , Oomi , and * U ' " ' eiuptloni , nc
t ltlTelyouroiJUe . It In gtxar nUed U
riva MtlifMtfon i mioey retunded ,
trie * . 25 oenti p I cr , foi ttli by d
_ _ SYMPTOMS OF A j
Loss of Apjjitlte. Bowels costlvo ,
Pain In the Head , with a dull BOH-
sation In the back part , Pain under
the Shoulder blade , fullness after
eating , with a disinclination to ex
ertion of body or mind , Irritability
of temper , Low spirits , with a feel-
imr of having neglected somoduty ,
WonrinoBB , Dizziness , Flutterlpir at
the heart , Dots before the ayes , Yel
low Skin , Hcodacho froneraUy over
the rjsrht eye. Restlessness , with fit
ful dreams , TUgrhly colored Urine ,
TUTT'S I > 11,1,8 are especially
nilnpted to luclt onsen , one dose ef-
ttctn V'c'tt ; clmiiBO of feeling s to
astonish the ffiitrerer.
They Increase the Appetite , nndcMiro
the body to Take on Flesh. thus ttioKy * .
tem U nourished , and by their Tniilc
Action on the I > JKesUveOrKiuislleK
Ular Stooln nro produced. I'lUoZjcvuta
TUTT S HAIR DYE.
OiurllAnton WmsKrna chanRotonOtoasr
Inane by a slnitlo application of tlili DTE. U
Impnrtsanaturnl color. Actslnstantnneoiu-
ly. Bold by I > ritnristsorscutby ( jtpu.ifoa
rccfU > tof..su.O < .
OFFICE , as MCIIUAY ST. , W. V.
Dr.TrrrSIUM , ( Lcftilu.UM.rorm.llon il
( Cufll lUwlpU Hill l > B > ll d rUKK ppllf tl . J
-OF Til E-
Milwaukee & St. Fan.
Is DOW running Ita FAST EXPRESS TRAIN
OMAHA AND CODROIL BLUFF !
Pullman's Magnificent Sleeper
Finest Dining Oars in the World
IF YOU ARE GOING EAS1
Or to nv point bo > end ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTt
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS
Take the BEST KOUTE , the
Chicago , Milwaukee&St , PaulE' ;
Ticket olllco located at corner Farnara an
Fourteenth streets and at U. P. Depot and i
Ulllaid Hotel , Omaha.
t3"Beo Tlmo Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Accnt.
0. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
3. B. MERRILL , A. V. II. CARPENTER ,
General Manager. General Pans. Agenl
I. T. CLARK. OEO. H. HEAFKORD ,
General Sup't. Ass't Oen. POM. " Agenl
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
And all Polut * Emt aud < 8outh-Eait.
Noirly 4,000 mllea. Solid Smooth Steel Track
U connections are made In UNION DbPOTS
has a National Reputation 3 being th (
rest Through Oar Una , and Is universal ! ]
needed to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED Rail
ad In the world lor all classes ol travel.
Try U and you will find traveling a Inxurj
nstead ol a discomfort.
Through Tlcketi via rhu Oelebratid Line to
lale at all offices In the West.
All Inlormatlon about lUtes o Faio , Bleculni
3ai Acocminodatlons , Time Tablea , 4c. , will b
: heorfully glyen by applylnlng to
Jd Vico-1'rcs't A ( Jen. UaniRerCbtcaeC
PEROIVAL LOWELL ,
( loo. Passcivrnr Agt. Cblcijo
W. J. DAVeNPORT ,
Qen. Agent , Ccnncll Bluffs.
U. P. DUELL. Ticket Agt. Qmahi
tunio ed Ir
Murray & Lanman's
a _ f
Best for TOILET. BATH
DoorPlnten Kncr T il to Ord r.
Ko. S03 N. Tth St. _ St Ixmls. Mr
- Ah'tnta for the L'fe ' , Times ,
DWHTrE > fllYIII WIFF
be only llfeaithoilred byier andvhlch wll
lot be a"Blxxland7hu-dtr" story surhaslai
> ce i and will lie pul llthrd , but a tiua life by thi
inly person who Is In poaewlon of the facts i
alth'ul tnd devoted lle. Truth Is reor t ct t
tlnth\n fl .hn. & rents should app \ foi \ a
itory at once. Son 75 cts. for Sample book
J. H Chambern.4 : OD-.J
A. combination tif Pro *
toxlilo of Iron , J'trnrlcm
\ a Jlarlcitiull'tiufjilioritsin iKilatable Jomt. 2'or
JitbUltiioM of Anne-
tite , frustration of tttal
1'ou.crs it if indli > enta-
BEV.A.I.HOUB3 Writes : Mo.BEV. . J. I. . TOWNEB ,
After a thorough trial of the * . , says :
IRON TONIO , I take pleasure * 'I consider It
in statin ? that I hava been
, .onefltod by its ILDDD a most excellent remedy for
use. Ministers and Pub the debilitated vital forces.
Ha Speakers will find it
of the greatest value
where a Tonio is noces-
eary. I recommend it
aa a reliable remedial
agent , possessing un
doubted nutritive and
restorative lavtnllb , Ay. properties. , Oct. 2,1832
niPAMD B ? ins PR. HARTER MEDICINE CO. , 813 IT. HilH CT. , CT.
O. IB1. G-OOIDIMI IIS
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate G'ass. '
JIT Anyone contemplating building itore , bank , or any other flns will flnd It to their ad
* otage to corns end with us before purchasing their Plate OUw.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - - NEB.
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Fall Line of the Best Brands of
OlftAES AND MANUFACTURED TOIiODO.
( gents for BSNWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER GO.
ALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street , V
HEATING "AND BAKING
is only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.1
WIRE (1AU2E ( OVER DOORS.
"For sale by ,
MILTON HOCERS & SONS
1213 Farnam St. . Omaha.
Single Breecli Loading Snot Bans , from S5 to $18 ,
Double Breech Loading Shot Guns , from $18 to $75 ,
Muzzle Loading Shot Bnns , From $6 to $25 ,
Fishing Tackei , Base Balls and all kinds of Fanoy Goods ,
Pull Stock of Show Cases Always on hand ,
Imported and Key West Cigars a large line of
Meerschaum and "Wood Pipes and evtrything re
quired in a first clas Cigar , tobacco and Notion
Store , Cigars from $15 per 1,003 upwards. Sender
or Price List and Samples.
Nebraska Loan & Trust Company
HASTINGS , NEB.
Capital Stook , - - $100,000.
JAS.B. nKAUTWELL , President
A. L. CLA11KK. Vice 1'rcsUlcut.
K. 0. WhUSTtB , Treasurer
Samuel Alexander Oswald Oilier ,
A. L. Clarke , E. 0. Webster
Oeo. II Pratt , Jas. U. Heutwell ,
Firat Mortgage Loans a Specialty
This Company rurnl he a permanent , boms
.netitutlon where School Boi tand other legally
Asued Munlclival ceccrltlp 10 ( Nebraska can be
be negotiated on the n } 11 avorabls terms
Loans mads on Improved fin o all well tettleo.
counties ot thestai * . Uuoi t | jspooslblj.local [
PERSONAIi "Paris of the hiiTanboJy
ciilan'eil , < lc\elrpcil and utro gtberod , " etc.ls
an Interesting al < crt soxeit lo g run In our
paper. In replj to 1 qu rlts we v\III ray that
there Is no ct I Icn'o c f humbug ab ut tnlf. On
thocontrarj , theadtertiwra \eryhlKblyln. .
ilorwJ. Intercs'cd persons nay get s alcd tit-
culars gl\ lag all particulars , gIng \ all jnrtlcu-
lar .lj addnssuuKrle Mfdical Co. , P. O. Bax
613 , llullilo , M. Y. loledo L\cnlog lice.
McCAKTHY & BURKE ,
218 14TH ST.BET. FARNAM AND
JACOB KAUFMAN ,
REMO TED TO NO. 611 16TH ST
ALL KINDS OF PURE WINES
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