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THE DAIL1T BEE-OMAHA SATURDAY MARCH IT
X combination of Pr
fojd of Iron , JYrurian
Jlark anil 1'hosptionia in
a iKtlalable fortn , J-'or
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; V.A.i..uoima writes : Xnnraiiriiro # IU3V. J. L. TO WNEJl ,
After n thorough trial of thoX "UrUr ICiO j Inda8tiy' Tli. * iwn-
3N TONIC , I > o pleasure r * : X ' ? i ; ,
In stating that i havoTboon
Krcaw , Vonelltcd by Ita a most excellent remedy for
nse. MlnlBte.f9 and JPab the debilitated vital forces.
lip Speakers will find It
of the greatest value
wneron Tonic is ncceo-
\ ary ; I recommend It
as a reliable remedial
npont , poasesttlnp tin *
doubtea nutritive and
. Zovtmift/Ty , , CM. 2 , 1SS2.
mriUD C7 TUB DR. BARTER MEDICINE CO. , 813 H. UiK EX. , CT. LOU10.
A. WAEEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DKALKtl IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DQ9H8 , BLINDS , MOlDiHCS , UsYlE , CEME8
nTATK : AOUJ1 TOB IULWAUKEK CEMENT COMPANY !
Fear Union Pacific Denot OMAHA HB
HENRY LEHMANN ,
EASTERN FRiGES OUPOOATED.
118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
HAS THE BEST ST1M IN OHAH1 AND MAKES THE I.UWEST PRICES
Have now been finished in our store. maP -
ing it the largest and most complete
In the West. An additional story has been
built and the five floors all connected
: with two
HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS , ,
One Exclusively for the uae of Passengers. These immense warerooms -
roomsthree stores , are 66 leet wide are filled with the Grand
est display of all kinds of Household and Office Furniture evei
All are invited to call , take the Elevator on the first flooi
and go through the building and inspect the stock.
GHAS. SHIVERIOK ,
1206 , 1208 and 1210 Farnam Street , Om-ha ,
Single Breech loading Shot'Bans , frorQj5'to 318 , *
Double Breech'Loading Shot Guns , from $18 to $75 ,
MnzzlBi Loading Snot Guns , From 88 to < $25 ; ' > '
Fishing Tackei , Base Balls and all. kinds of Fanoy Goods ,
Full Stock of Show Gases'Always on ! hand/ /
.and Key West Cigars a large line of
Meerschaum and Wood Pipes and everything re
quired in a first-class Cigar , Tobacco and. Notion
Store , Cigars from $15 per 1,0DO ipwards Send
for Price List and Samples
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTER ! * HOTF.L
HOTELS PROPRIETORS TOWKf
ARLINGTON. J. O. MclNTIRE , ' Llnta'n ' , Neb ,
WEATHERLY HOUSE , A. Q.IWEATHERLY , Manrlng , low * . |
REYNOLDS HOUSE. O. O. REYNOLDS , Coon Rapldi , owa. |
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. OTELLINIUB Mllford , Neb.
MA'RSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE Na *
COMMERCIAL HOTEL' JOHf + H ANNAN StromtburB Na
HALL HOUSE , A.-W.JHALL Loulivllle ]
OITY HOTEL , CHENEY &QOLARK , Blair , Na , |
OOMMEROIAL HOTC _ J. Q.&MEAD , ] Nellgh , Neb.
OR AND CENTRAL C.8EYMOUR.
MISSOURI PAOIRO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Water.N
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE' A. O. OAAUPER. Hardy , Nob.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Qreenwood , N bi
V. . . OOMMEROIAL HOUSE. E. STOREY. Olarlnda , lows
END'S HOTEL , E. L. END , E romont , * Cet'
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HAOKNEY , Alhland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atklnaon/Neb.
MORQAN'HOUSF , E. L. QRU3Q , QuIde.Rocd..N .
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BEOKSR 1 | 3reiton , la. '
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPHp ] Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE.I O.M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOU8E , 0. H. .WALKEP , Audubon , la.
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , 0. DURQEUS ,
OITY HOTEL , Dl A. LLIAM8 , Harlnn I * ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQB , Ocmlng- .
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.tL. AVERY , OUnton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL Q..W , BURK. Durllngton Junction It
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , OUnchurd , I * .
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Ohenandoah IB , '
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld Cltr , Neb
OAQNELL HOUSE , CHA8. BACNELL , OollegoSprlnet , (
5OMMEROIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , I * .
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , IB ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Crovel |
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F.8TEARNB , OdebolL la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb ,
OOUQLA3 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarks , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. ODEEN. Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J M. BLACK & SON , Wsrjsvllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNOTIONHO J8E A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Ns
WINSLOW HOUSE a MCCARTY , Seward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONEa Auroar Neb ,
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZIER , Sidney. Neb , t
AVOOA EATIHQ HOUOl P. W. ROOKHOLD , Avoca
CENTRAL HOUSE LoOKWdobl&'BHATTUOK , Red Oak
FOSTER-HOUSE Oapt. JOHN FOSTER ; Lewl , la.
WHITNEY HOU8E1 E. HAYMAKER. ( < jiflCrliwold , la.
DEPOT HOTEL , O. L. CHAPMAN , | , Dunlap , la "
LUSK HOUSE. J A. LUSK , Logan , la. ]
DOW OITY HOUSE , W. H. MORTON , fDow Olta-tla
AGGER HOUSE , l JAQORR& SON , Denlton , fa , .
HARMON TAMA. CITY , LA , , DArmoa A Keale * , Prop ,
Nobraska's First Insurance Com
Fho Westurn Stenm Beating
A Summer Ronort in Colorado Pnr-
cliniicil by Omalia Men.
Omaha is noted for Its enterprise lu
more directions than ono , nnd Ita clt-
izous who have capital , energy or
uorvo arc constantly reaching out for
now fields to conqnor. The three I at
cet moves nro to bo gleamed from the
following data :
NEIIUASKA'S FIIIST iJ < 8UKANOK COMPANY.
The first inauranco company over in
corporated in Nebraska filed Ita ortl-
cleaof association in the otlico of the
county chirk yesterday nnd is known na
the Nebraska nnd Iowa Insurance
The Incorporators nro Samuel P.
Johnson , W. II. B. Stnut , MnxMoycr ,
J. W. Morse , Henry W. Yntos , M. T.
Rohror , J. M Campbell , A. W. Pat
terson , Goo. P. Wrlsht , Thomas Bow
man , Joel Eaton , Ell Clayton , F. O
'jloason , J. W. Berger , Tlioa. J
Evant , Chris. Staub , J. T. Hart , John
T. Baldwin , Robert Poinival , A. W.
Street , H. 0. Lub nnd G W. Kings-
worth , comprising leading mon of
Onnha , Lincoln nnd Council Blufij.
Omaha is to bo the bnalnoio head-
qnartors of the now insurance cjnv
puny with branch oflioeu both in nnd
outside of the atato. The company Is
organized for n term of twenty yearn ,
hq general nature of the badness
1 tq Insure honaoa , buildings nnd all
kinds of property against loss or dam
age by die , lightning , wind storms ,
tornadoes , cyclones or other casual-
tloo , and in short a general Insurance
The indebtedness of the company ,
except that of risks , Is not to exceed
at any ono tlmo 825,000.
A board of not lots than five or
more than twenty-five directors will
control the affairs of the company with
the following general officers : Frost-
dent , vice president , treasurer , secre
tary and counsel , and to those may bo
added an assistant secretary , a general
manager and assistant general man
ager , a superintendent of agencies , etc.
The annual election of directors will
take placeat , the company's oflie In
Council Bluffs on the 2nd Tuesday In
January of each year. This year the
members named above compose the
Board of Directors , 23.
The capital stock ot the company la
fixed at $100,000 in shares of $1CO
each , 60 per cent of which shall bo
paid when subscribed. The corpora
tlon may Increase the capital stock to
81,000,000 or less , or it may diminish
it by vote of the stockholders.
The snlo of stock , oto. , is duly pro
vided for and any future desired
amendment to the articles.
Articles of incorporation were also
filed yesterday for "the western stenm
heating company , " whose principal
place of transacting business is to be
Ita existence dates from March 14 ,
1883 , to March 14 , 1983.
The nature of the business to ba
transacted i the purchase , sale ,
fitting , furnlnhing , patting In plaoo
and erectlui : ot steam boilers , radia
tor * , hot air furnaces , stoves , gas
fitting and all kinds of plumbing buti-
ness , and the manufacture and work
The capital stock is to bo $50,030 ,
in shares of $100 oaoh. At least
$9,500 must ba subscribed before
commencing business and paid up In
full at par value. The remainder of
the stock may bo disposed of but at
not less than par.
A board of five directors , a presi
dent , BBC rotary , treasurer , general
superintendent and aealstant superin
tendent will control the affairs of the
corporation , the c ulcers to bo chosen
annually from the' board of directors
about the first Monday in January.
The limit of indebtedness is 825,000
and the usual provisions for amending
the articles Included.
These articles are signed by Joseph
0. Elliott , Frank E. Liwrenco , Noah
D Lawrence , John J. Monoll , Jr. ,
and Goo. H. Wood.
A COLORADO SCHEME
A party of Nebraska gentlemen , In
cluding Martin Danhatu , E q. , J. H.
Hagato , of Blair ; Alex. Sjhlegel , of
Plattsmouth ; J. M. Gabolhnlos , of
Denver , ana R. Kimball , of Omaha ,
lave recently purchased a tract of land
n Colorado upon' which arc two bean-
lifnl lakes , Green lake and Clear lake ,
which will ba put in shape for a Bum-
nor resort of the first-class. Green
lake , in Colorado , ii situated a mile
and A half from Georgetown. It com
prises a beautiful lake and the grounds
surrounding it , on which is located a
small building. This place has boon
highly popular as a picnic and fishing
resort , nnd is admirably salted for
both , the waters affording fine
boating and teeming with trout
and other game fish. A fine fleet of
boats , with the docks and boat houses ,
were purchased with the land. The
plnco In splendid condition , and one
of its former owners suck 840,000 In
Improving it and making it picturesque
and attractive. The present owners
secured it at a bargain , and propose to
erect a hotel on the place and to ar
range for making it readily accessible
to all travelers. It IB probable that
all of the Oraahans who go to Colorado
this season will sojourn nt Green Like
before they have done the mountains ,
the rocort boltifj the nearest ono in the
mountains to Denver. Last year 17 , .
000 poKono visited the laka. It it
estimated that the value of fish In thli
one lake nlone is 810,000 , nnd slnc (
the purchase of the property th <
owners hiwo boon offered 85,000 foi
their bargain by Denver capitalists
The company will shortly bo organize !
In regular form.
Rtiicued From Death.
Wm. J. Coughlln , of Somervllle , Mats
says : In the fall of 1870,1 w s taken witl
ULKEDINO OF LUNds followed by a seven
cough. I lost my appetite find fleih. am
was confined to my bed. In 1877 I wa
admitted to the hospital. The doctor
said I had a hole in my lung as big M i
half dollar. At ons time a report wen
round that I was dead. I gave no hope
but a friend told me of DH. WILMAi1
HALL'S I3AL3AMTOU THE LUNGS
1 got a bottle , when , to my surprise , :
cacrmenced to feel better , and to-day
Itel better than for three yean.
WONDEBKUJj nBVELATlONS OP
TUG : MIOUOHCOPE.
Ulrcovory of the Moat Deadly Enemy
ot MunUlnd Thu llncllhia nnd
The Bclontllb world h.vj boon greatly
.nrtlcd and flgitnted of Into by the
llacovory with the microscope of the
est doaiJly enemy of nmnklnd in the
orm of myriads of lltllo death deal-
ngparaoltcs. The air wo breath mid
tvu lu la charged with these deadly
, ttto growths in proportion as It ia In-
. < > ctod from various noxious sources.
llnvlngby recent experiments and to-
march been shown to bo the most
'rnltful cause of disease known , nnd
; ho wolfro nud health of every indi-
ridual dopundlnR so largely on the
'roodom fromtholr destructive rav-
iges , it is but natural that the reports
if recent investigations In thla fislil
jf acluntlfic Inquiry should ho widely
oad , nnd that every phase of thcao
istonuding discoveries should bo tub-
oot to universal dlsctiaolon At first
'ccelvod with somn suspicion , they
mvo nt length bsoii thoroughly
irovcn , nndaro now receiving the un
ualified endorsements of the leading
iclentifio mon throughout the world.
Uut llttlo o'.uo is talked of in the
chcola nnd cluba i f sciouco , nnd thu
Hedloul nud tcUmtifio journals aru
crowded with the testimony tint is
icing added corroborative of the
ulno of the marvelous dijo-ivcry
'liich ' is pronouuood the grmtost nd-
itnoo in medical nolonco of modern
To L PAStEOK , the eminent French
clontiat , who by his learned Invouti.
utloun has raved to Franco so nuny
ullHona of dollarH , la probably duo the
onortf iirat poiutlng ont the terrible
ewer of thoce germs. In rf cognition
> f his great service the government
aa recently voted to Him from the
ubllo treasury 810.0CO with which to
ontlnun his exporlmonts. II o has do
cribod aovoral varitlca of thcao para-
itles , sonio oouipuratlvcly harmlon * ,
ithors extremely daneBroua. One
o'rtn ho proved by n scrloua cf vacclu-
itlons and other conclusive experi
ments waa the oauso of thu death of
many thousands cf animals and herds
if cattle ; another active agent is the
oath of fowls by cholera. Acting up
n the knowledge ho had gained of the
nature of thoao germs he pointed oat
means of relief that speedily pro
onted n spread of the disease and
mdod their devastation.
TYNDALL , with the aid of the omin-
int English Investigators , made a
mmbor of examinations of the iloat-
ng particles in the atmosphere , and
'ound numbers of living spores capable
f producing disease. lu dry and
toalthy localities but few germs were
bund , nnd those of the harmless veri
fies , whllo In low damp places ,
rowded houco ; , and unhealthy cities ,
, ho poisonous gorma were extremely
Dn RuDuru Kocu , of Wallntcin ,
Germany , a man whoso work in con-
leotions with the organloma nf con-
aglcus diaeases , haa mudo him r. ru-
ognlzad authority upon the subject ,
iv experimenting after the methudn of
VILLF.MEN , has discovered nnd pub-
ished an account of ono of the moat
dangerous varieties , to which it in
ire von moro deaths are duo than to
ny dlceaao incident to the human
ace.He describes it as n simple cellular
irganlsm belonging to thn saimi order
, s the bacteria. When dried the
germs may , without losing any vltalt-
y , ondnro preftt fcs'.r njos of tempera-
; nro. Belrg as fine and light ni duat ,
nvisiblo to the naked eye , they may
be blown any distance by the wind or
carried npon the clothing or body
Like seeds , they may lie for months or
years undisturbed npon the furniture ,
floor , carpets , curtains , walls , or in
the bedding , and only requiring a
proper degree of warmth , moiaturo
and food to waken into life , develop ,
and grow. They thrive and live in
the blood , lymph , mucus and accre
tions of the human body. When the
lyntem Is unhealthy or weak they nt-
ack the cells that make np the animal
ramo. Any albuminous fluid will fur
nish them with food for growth , and a
single drop is sufficient to contain
hundreds. Examined with microscope -
scope * of great power , which enlarge
them so that they can be aeon nnd
studied , they have the appearance o
mlnuto rod-like bodies having , when
active , some power of motion. The }
bend in thn middle like a bow , nnd
straighten with n jerk that sends then
a few times their own length. At the
the temperature of the human bodj
they are the most active.
Their power of increase orreprodno
tion is remarkably groat. One gorn
in n few weeks' time , under favorable
conditions , will give riao to mliliono
The process Is by simple growth nnc
divisions. Cold destroys or proventi
their growth , and this la why refrlger
ation prevents decay cf moats am
other animal foods. Exposed ' tc
warmth these small organisms attack
and eat up the albuminous tissue !
leaving a foul mnaa. The odors com
mon to this prooots Are given oft bj
those mlnuto organisms , and is aboul
the only indication of their presence
This Is the warning ot nature and It li
an instinct to avoid ail such smells
The foal breath , bad odors of olc
sore * , oto. , loads man to avoid thesi
gorma in a great measure , The dan
goi of their presence in the body cat
bo imagined when their rapid Incrcasi
id considered. A few germs may bi
readily absorbed Into the system b ;
breathing air containing them. The ]
are thus drawn into the interior of thi
body through the long and nnrrov
resolratory pannages of the throat
chest and nose , which nro lined witl
soft membrane and covered with stick ;
mucus. In this fluid they find road ;
lodgement and favorable condition
for development , Inoroaso and growth
The "cold" or catarrh , ozwan orchronl
catarrh , hny fever , oto. , are commoi
manifestations of tbo effects of ono o
the least harmful of those gorma o
nucnw/mes / , In the discharges fror
the respiratory passages at such time
thousands of the living anlmalculw or
found. Tbo fever , debility , pains "li
the bones , " leas of appetite , oto. , ar
Indication of their depressing effect
npon the vital organs.
It Is from germs of slower development
mont , however , that the groatee
danger follows. To the ono mo
fully doacrlbod by Kocu is duo mor
deaths than to any other known canae
According to the researches of CUT
TEE , FLINT , and DELEUINK over olgh
million people die every year fret
this caase clone. The Annual death
ia France , England ; Germany , an
Russia from their destruction was
over ono and a half millions In the
United States and Canada over three
hundred thousand persons porlshod In
the last year from the bacillus alono.
The most common dltcaso resulting
from it Is consumption oftholunga , bat
other organs of the body are liable to
bo otfeoiod as they develop slowly but
sutoly in any organ that may bo In a
weak or unhealthy BUto.
If active and healthy , ( ho liver ,
kldnoys , and bowels have to a won
derful extent the power of expelling
these deadly animalcule * or parasites
from the syatoui. And this fact fur
nishes an important Indication for the
Buccotsfnl treatment of all the long
lint of maladies caused by those para-
" .Oil aa will bo hereinafter shown.
The studies of LANCISCA , an oral-
uont Italian , and WOOD , FOKMAU and
others , are Interesting , as showing the
Inrgo variety cf chronic diseases as
heretofore classified , that result from
thoao germs. Among the most loom-
mon were "livor 'complaint , " bilious
ness or torpid liver , dyspepsia or in
digestion , lung till } otions , bronchitis ,
kidney diseases , chronic diarriuut ,
spinal complaint , fever-sorce , white
Bwolllnga , hip-joint disease , rhou-
mitlam , malarial diseases , such aa
favor aud ague or Intermittent fever ,
gor.orul nud nervous debilities , female
wouknena ohronlo catarrh ot the head ,
or ( HID in , many forms of unhealthy
iliodmrgti.i from internal organs , and
all the various scrofulous affections of
the nklu , glandt , bones , jolntp , etc. ,
Including consumption , which is but
tcrnfuloua dlseaso of tha lungs.
In this largo catalogue of appar
ently widely differing diseases , but
ro.tliy till dtiponding npon a com
mon cause , and therefore natur
ally to bo sucesafnlly treated on the
sumo general principles , examination
of the blood and oecrotlons revealed
largo number of thcao parasites , aud
curiously enough the number bora a
direct rotation to the severity of the
dlcoaso , a comparatively small nnm
bcr being present , in mild eases and a
very largo proportion lu bad cases.
Under the use of the specific treat
ment which they give , aud which ia
substantially the same as that de
scribed and recommended later In this
review , the number was scon to stead
ily diminish from day to day , until ,
with the restoration of health and
bodily strength , they could not bo
found at all.
The greatest variety of symptoms
were fonnd to accompany their presence
once , duo to peculiarities of the con
stltutlon , the part of the body most
seriously Directed , and the efforts of
the different organs to rid the system
of these germs. Among the most
common were frequent headaches ,
neuralgic pains , nausea , | constipa
tion , poor or variable appetites ,
diarrlxji , bid breath , hoctlo fever ,
oough , night sweats , cold extremities ,
dyspepsia , catarrh , sere throat , aero
eyea , oto , whiles where tbo skin was
n Hoc ted , salt-rheum , boils , carbuncles ,
aourf skins , erysipelas , St. Anthony's
tire , and other symptoms were com
mon , and all gradually but with cor-
talnty were cured by the same means.
The hectic fever ia of ton mot with in
consumption , with the hacking or
tearing cough , night sweats , dlarrhtut
and other eymptoma duo to the etlorta
of nature to throw oil' and expel theao
gertun were also readily controlled and
cured the same way m the old sores ,
abncosses and nlocrs in the lungs , liver
and other important organs. The
palo nnd waxy hue and enlargement oi
the gland * , duo to the early clgna of
thtir proounce , were at once improved
and Boon disappeared under the ays-
torn of treatment adopted ,
It < B fonnd that in robust health the
purifying action of the liver and excre
tory organs aoon expel from the blood
the , germs that may giln entrance , and
that otherwise would remain if these
glands were not active , and create sorl-
ous disease. The presence of those
germs in the air in rooms occupied by
Bufforora with such affections points to
the necessity of keeping thorn well
aired and sunned. Weak persona
should not expose themselves by.re
1 maining In such rooms or by too Intl-
mate association with invalids. All
clothing aud discharges should be
thoroughly disinfected and kept clean.
Mucus , saliva , etc. , must not bo ex
pectorated and allowed to dry npon
the floor and bo stirred up and diffused
! through the air by swooping and dustIng -
Ing Pure air and plenty of sunshine
are necessities in these affections , and
good food a requirement to keep the
body strong and capable of resisting
the Inroads of thoao minute bodies ,
Every individual should carefully
watch hla hoaltth and any evidence ol
inactivity of the vital organs or 1m
purity of the blood should bo corrected
The corrosive acids and mlnora
poisons are fonnd to possess the powei
of killing these gorma , but the danger
ous nature of suah powerful agouti
prevents their Internal nso. For the
purpose of expelling these germs whoi
once within the system it la neoosHarj
to resort to vegetable remedies ia or
der to cleanse the blood of the gorrni
without injury to the patient.
An American physician of larpo ox
perlence in the treatment of al
forms of ohronlo diseases , now con
clusively shown to bo canted by para
alto life , for many years devoted nine !
time lo the investigation of the
causes of these ailjotlons , and in the
treatment of many thousands ol
cases developed and thoroughlj
iO tested a combination of vegotabh
agents which ho nsod with marvoloni
success In their euro.
In cases of wasting disease , as con
sumption , or scrofula of the lungs ,
and other organs , and in all cases at
tended with great weakness , it wai
fonnd to exert the most wondarfn
tonic and restorative influences , besides
sides its nutritive properties far BUT
pass these of cod llvor oil or any o
the remedial agents retorted to by thi
medical profession in such cases , IIy
pophosphltoj , iron and quinine boai
no comparison to it in building up tin
strength of the debilitated , Theroclpi
as advised by him has boon nsod fo :
years with the greatest sucossu in i
vast and moat Bucccssful practice.
The written experience of the man ;
sufferers who have boon cured am
who express in terms of the hlghoa
praise their endorsement of its groa
value , are suliclent to fill volumes
Living witnesses are everywhere
monuments to modern genius am
scientific progress In the healing art
Sufferers from "livor complaint ,
giving rl eto''bal | blcod"cpnsumptloE
scrofula , and other affections , the re
suits of blood poisoning from th
ravages of the deadly parasites or dli
ease germs eo briifl ? referred to , find
In this remedy prompt relief nnd n
permanent euro. The great and In
creasing demand for this God given
nnd peerless remedy for so many ap
parently different , hut really kindred ,
ailments , led to the preparation la
pure nud convenient form under the
nntno of Dr. Piorco's Golden Medical
Discovery. It can bo obtained the
world over nt drug nnd ganornl stores ,
and full directions for its nao will bo
found In the pamphlet that surrounds
each bottlo. It oxorln the most won
derful stimulating and Invigorating In
fluence In the liver , that greatest
glnnd of the human aystom , which
has boon Inaptly termed the "house
keeper of hbnlth , " Through the In
creased action of the liver and other
omnuotory organs of the system , nil
poisonous germs nro rendered Inactive
nnd gradually expelled from the ays-
tern with other Impurities , In some
cases , where there nro unhealthy dis
charges , as from the nastrlls In case of
either acute or chronic catarrh , the
uao of Dr. Sitgo's Catarrh Remedy , n
mild "nnd healing nntl-soptlo lotion ,
should bo associated with the uao of
the Dltcovory. It Is nlso advisable to
naa this lotion In other local manifes
tations of disease of mucous suifacoa.
By this moans the germs of disease
nro doatroyed nnd the mombratios
cleansed before any of the poiaouous
bacilli are nbaorbcd into the blood. In
niiro throat , quinsy or dlpthorin , the
Catarrh remedy liquid should bo uaod
as n gargle , and the Golden Medical
Discovery taken freely.
In women where weakness of special
organs Is common nnd almost curtain
to bo developed , attended by back-
noho , bonrlng-down sensations nnd
other local symutoraa , the uao of Dr.
Piorco's Favorite Prescription in con
junction with that of the Discovery ,
speedily roatoroa the healthy functions
aud asalats In building up nnd Invigor
nting the system.
In nny ease where the bowels have
boon costive and nro not regulate 1 and
nstcd upon safllclontly by the mild
laxative proDortloa possessed by the
Golden Medical Discovery , Dr.
Plorco'a Pleasant Purgatlvo Pellets
( llttlo liver pills ) , taken in small doses
of only ono or two each day , will aid
materially In establishing healthy ac
tion , nnd in expelling the dlaoaso-pro-
duolng germs from the blood nnd ays-
At the risk of repetition and by way
of roaapltulatlon , wo may truthfully
say that Golden Medical Discovery
cures nil humors , from the worst scrof
ula to a common'blotch , pimple , or
eruption. Erysipelas , salt-rheum ,
fovor-Boios , scaly or rough skin , In
short , all diseases caused by disease
perms In the blood , are conquered by
this powerful , purifying , and Invigor
ating mtdiolno. Great eating ulcers
rapidly heal under Its benign Influ-
nncos. Especially has it manifested
its potency in curing totter , rose raah ,
bolls , carbuncles , sere eyes , scrofulous
sores and swelling , wblto swellings ,
goitre or thick nock , and enlarged
"Tho blood Is the life. " Thoroughly
cloanao this fountain of health by us
ing Golden Medical Discovery , and
good digestion , a fair skin , buoyant
spirits , vital strength nnd nounduoaa
of constitution nro established.
Consumption , which la n scrofulous
diacnso of thu lungs , induced by the
deadly gormlmciHtu , is promptly nnd
positively arrested and cured by thlt
sovereign remedy , if taken before the
Inat stages of the disease are reached
From Its wonderful power over thi
terrible fatal disease , when first offer
Ing this now world famed remedy t <
the public , Dr. Pi ore t thought favor
ably of calling It his "comsumptlot
care , " bat abandoned that name as toe
rostrictlva for a medicine that from
its wonderful combination of germ
destroying , as well ns tonic , or strength
onlng , alternative , or blood cleansing
nnti bilious , diuretic , pectoral , and
nutritive proportions , la unequalled
not only as a remedy for consumption
of the lungs , but for all chronic dis
eases of the liver , blood , kidneys , and
If you fool doll , drowsy , debilitated
have sallow color of skin , or yellowish
brown spots on the face or body , fre
quent hoadaoho or dizziness , bad taste
in the mouth , Internal heat or chills
alternated with hot flashes , low spir
its and gloomy foreboding ! , Irrcgnlai
appetite nnd tongue coated , yea arc
suffering from Indigestion , dyspepsia ,
and torpid liver or "bilionsnesc. " IE
many cases only part of those symp
toms are experienced. As a remidy
for all such cases Dr. Piorco's Golden
Medical discovery has no equal , as it
effects perfect and radical euros.
For weak lungs , spitting of blood ,
short breath , consumptive nlghi
sweats and kindred affections , it is a
sovereign remedy. In the cure ol
bronchitis , severe coughs and con
sumption , it haa astonished the medi
cal faculty , and eminent physician !
pronounce it the greatest medical discovery
covory of the ago. The nutritive
properties poseesoed by cod liver ol !
nro trifling when compared with those
of ( ho Golden Medical Discovery. II
rapidly builds up the system and in
creases tbo flesh and weight of thoai
reduced below the usual standard ol
health by waatlng disease.
The plan of treatment that wo have
so briefly outlined In this article foi
the largo class of chronic diseases referred
forrod to , has long boon ncknowlodgoc
to bo the moat auccoaaful , baaed ns 1
Is npon the belief shared by the moa
skillful medicalmon of tbo day , tha
the only way to got rid of the noxloui
disease-producing germs in the blooi
and system is through the liver , kidneys
noys , and bowels , aud therefore tha
thoao neon to which nro known to no
most oflfciontly In restoring health ;
action of these organs are the ono
most to bo rolled upon. For this pur
pose the Goldou Medical Discovery i
pre eminently the ngont that fulfil ]
every indication of treatment required
XVhut it Did For an Old Imdy.
COHIIOOTON STATION , N. Y. ,
December 2G , 1878.
GENTS A number of people ha
been using yonr liittora hero , an
with marked cifdot , In ono cast ) ,
lady over seventy years , had boon ale
for years , and for the past ten yoai
has not boon able to bo around ha
the time. About alx mouths ago ah
got BO feeble aho waa helpless. He
old remedies , or physicians , being c
no avail , I sent to Dopost , forty-fiv
miles away , and got a bottle of Ho
Bitters. It improved her so aho wt
able to dreai herself and walk obot
the house. When she had taken th
second bottle she wai able to take eat
of her own room and walk oat to he
neighbor's , and haa Improved all th
tlmo alnoc. My wife and children
also have derived great benefit from ,
W. B. HATHAWAY ,
Agt U. R. Ex. Os.
DJUKVAN , Wls. , Sopt. 24,1878.
GENTS I'havo not taken quite ono
bottle of the Hop Hitters. I wu a
feeble old man of 78 when I got it.
To-dtiy I am aa active and fool aa well
aa I did at 30. I.aoo a great many
that need inch a medicine.
Horaford'a Aold Phosplmto
la reoommondod for headache occa
sioned by Indication , and whenever
there Is a general fooling of sluggish
ness and lack of energy.
WOMAN CAN HEALTH OF WOH
SYMPATHIZE WITH THE HOPE 0
Bare Cure for nil 1T.HIA1VK WEAK- ]
NKSS1CH , Including I.cncorrhirn , Ij- '
rcmilnr ntul I'amful nenntrnntloD ,
Inflammntlon nnd IHccrnllon of
the Womli , Flooding , PKO- '
, tarsus UTiiitit &o.
CVririuuinttothotuitc , efficacious and Immedlott
Its effect. It Un great help In preenancy , anil r *
, TM pain daring livlior and at regular period * .
MltSICmsrSElT 1SII I'lll.SininE IT IllECLY.
fWFOB AltWltinrasis of the treneratlre organs
cither MX , It It tecond to no remedy that h a crei
Ml txtore the public t and for oil dUraies otth *
pmrrs It 1 * the drtatat Knud V in On World.
KinNKY COMPI < Ai"NT8 of ICIthcr Bf *
Find Great Itcllcfln In Use.
tYDIA E. rrNKIIAM'S HLCOD FUnrFtKBl
| U rrmllctUi t-Tcnr Teslln of llumon troin th
txMl , at the aamo timn will Rlto tone nnd FtranRth to
f ijitem. At marr Uoui In results aa tlio Comiiouod.
tF-Doth the Compound and Blood runner are pr *
p d at OJ and JKU Western ATCHUO , Lynn , Uaa-
ricoofclthrr , l. BU bottles for (5. The Compound
icnt If null In the form ot pill ) , or of lozengiv.o *
< elpt of price , ( t per liox for either. Mm. nnkbam
ly antwera all letters of Inquiry. Enclose 3 out
amp. Boni for pamphlet , tltntlon Ml niprr.
rrl.TTii i B. ninm/m'K l.rnm nua eure Constlp * .
m. lllUoutne and Torpliltty ot the Liter. S3 oont *
ra-Holil by all Hroggl tii.-g in
J1DK BPHItia ATTAOnUKNT-NOT PATENT
A. J. SIMPSON.
U09 aod 1111 Dodfto Streal ,
ang 7-mo ( ! m OMAHA , NEB.
A Skin of Baauty It Joy Forver.
DR. T. FELIX GOURADDW
Oriental Oroam or Magical Boan-
, tiflor ,
es Taa , Pimples ,
tbo toit ol
, 80ye ian'
li BO harm-
bale It ( o
be sure the
pre p a r a-
tlonli pro *
of .similar name. The dlitlngulihtd Dr. L. A.
Siyro , stlil to a lady ol tbo IKITT OH ( a patlont ) :
"As you ladles will use them , I recommend
'O urtutl's Cream' aa the least harmful ol all the
Skin preparations. " ODD bottle will last six
months , uag \ It every day. Also Poudro Jab *
tile removes uperfluotu hair without Injury to
UUR. M , B. T. GOUUAUD , Bole prop. , 43 Bond
81. . N. Y.
For a lo by all DnurfrliU and Fancy Goods
Dealers throughout the United States , Canada
3Beware ol base Imitations. 11,000 rewaid
lor arrest and prool ol any one selling the same.
J 14weowme 2t ewCm
COL. L. T. FOSTER.
Tonngstown , Ohio , IlaylO , 188 * .
Da. B. J. KuDAUi * do. 1 bad a Tory rain * *
ble nambletonUn colt that Iptlatd Tery highly ,
be had a large bone spavin on one Joint and a
small one on the other which made him very
lame ; I had him under the charge ol two veUf
mary surgeons which tailed to cure him. I wai
one day reading the dvertlsement ot Kendall * !
Bpavln Onto In the Chicago Express , ! determined
at once to try It and got our drngglsta beieta
send torlt , and they ordered three bottles ; I took
all and I thought I would give It a thorough
trial. I used It according to directions and tha
fourth day the colt ceased to be lame and tie
lamps have disappeared , I used but one bottlt
and the colt's limbs are aa free ol lumps and at
smooth as any horse In the state lie la entlie * Hi
ly cured. The cure was so remarkable that
have let two ol my neighbors have the remal * .
Ing two bottles who aunow ualnglt
Very leopoctlully ,
L. T. I087KB
8 nd lot Htnitrated clicnlar clvlne poalltra
prool. Priced. All Druggists htvo It or cam
get It lor you. Dr. B. J. Kendall a Oo Pjo-
prl ton , Enosburgh Falls , VI.
QOLt ) BY ALL DBUGGTBTB
Scaled proposals will bo received by the Hoard
ol County Commissioners of Gage county , Noli , ,
tor the erection of a brldgo across the Wg Illuo
river U | > oii either ono of tin wagon roads leading
coat from the town o ( Vlymott , Case county ,
Neb. , nnd ' ver and ucrosa italJ river. Uald bridja
to bo ono hundred and fifty ( ICO ) feet Ion ; , and
id to have cither piles , stone , or Iron piers.
id AlBO for the erection ot a bridge , suitable to the.
idR plaeo , across Indian Creek , on the line between
idk sections twentv-nlno (20) ( ) and thirty (30) ( ) , about
k onemllo soutlmcat of Wjmore , Ongo county ,
Neb , Low bridge at this jiUco preferred.
ra Turkey Creek southoass
Also a billies serous ,
ilf of DeWItt , Neb. , to replace the old one now In
10 use *
All br'djcs ' to b ot wood , Iron or combination.
er All bids to be accompanied by plans and sped-
of bcitlons.ta ba scaled and filed with ths Comity
lerk on or before 12 o'clock noon , March 20th ,
reP The 63. Commissioners r.ierveths right to reject
aa y and all tIJi , Bucctsslul bidden will be ro-
ulred to git e bond for the faithful performance !
at of thtlr contract.
io By orde ol the Ccunty Commissioners.
, - -s , A , J. I'ETIIOUD ,
re i BSAL. j- , , , . County Cleik.
or Beatrice Feb. 72 1833 , me-d-Vt
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