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    TBEJMJLT BiS'-OAJLAHAAVEDHESDAV MAST 2
No Whiskey ! I
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey , thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
for rum ,
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 I
cating beverages. i
Rev. G.W. RICE , editor of
the American Christian Rc-
viciu , says of Brown's Iron
Bitters :
Cin.,0.Nov. 16,1881.
Gents : The foolish wasting -
, ing of vital force in business ,
( pleasure , and \icious indul
gence of our people , makes
I , your preparation a necessity ;
' and if applied , \\ill 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
permanent relief.
OOIO ) MEHAI , , 1 ARI8 , 1879
BAKER'S
CHOCOLATES
Ttalrr'jiYfmt'irm Chocolate , th hti
rmp > nllon of | > Uln chocoUK for fim
ll/ u . yinlrr'i llrralfaa Coroa
from which th ciee ol oil hii bcei
rtmofed. ( tslljr dl eited tnd ailtnlnbl ]
olaptnlforlnTlllill. CaHer'l 1'Millt
( Tiofolatt , ai a drink or et n tt con
frUloDery U a dtllcloui article i blent ]
rccoinnunJcil bf lourliU. IJaltr'
Jlroma , lnT > lu > lil < u a diet for chll
dr n. atman Saetl OttxotaU , i
moitcxccllent article for famlllci.
Sold bf lirocera cierjnhcrc.
\V. BA.ICE11 & CO.
J > orcftt t r
BALL'S '
Every Corset la warranted satis-
nctorrtoltswcnror la every way ,
or the money will bo refunded by
Kho IICTBOU from \vlioui It was bought ,
.hf onlyc.r ftrrona'inc < xl br our leadlne rhj lenin !
n > 1'ijnrliiun tn chovrcon'r. andcndorml by ladlM u
> TO-st romfortablo ana prt : t Bttluj Comet T I
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Mill' l > rcicr > liiir , * 1.00. Bflr.AdJu.llne. fl.BO
AVdomlnul ( cilrn btnvj ) a.IO. Nurllnc , 1.6fl
IBwilO l'rcrriliiB ( Hue ooutll ) 2.00 1'arxaa
Bklrt-Suppurtlnit. 41.5U.
Tfiv * MI by Iradlna Itctall lleHlera everywhere
" " - or > CdllSKT CO. . CMCUBO. Ilk
Send $1 , 82 , S3 , 01
S5 for u muiiple re-
( nil box by KxprcHM
mm
of the boat cnndien li
America , i > nt up Ir
plccnrit boxen , nni
Hlrlctly piirp. Sultn
bio for iirt-HcntM. Kx
Itcfers t nil Chloa
so. Try It ouco.
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C. F. GUNTHER
Confectioner ,
Chlcnco
THE CROOK CAMPAIGN ,
Fighting the Redskins in the
Heart of tlio Sierra Madros ,
A Night with Apaoho Bcouta-
Their War Dances and
Singing The Tombstone -
stone Hangera ,
Sfcclal Cor. Gl bc-Dunocial ,
WTLCOX , A. T. , April 27. For the
) st two weeks the headquarters of
ho department of Arlzonn have been
oontod hero , a Bandy , desolate , windswept -
swept plain , covered with caotui and
ncsqnlto , but without nprlngs or
wolls. The town conalsta of a slnqlo
row of atory and a hnlf utoroe , most of
hum Tilth saloon attachments. I left
El Paso ten days fttjo , nrmod irlth a
letter of Introduction to Gen. George
OrooV , who was to leave that place on
the tame train. I walked through
the coaches , oloaoly scrutinizing the
patieugera , oipcctlug to find the sub-
luer of the Apaches a man of war > llko
front and fierce presence. Falling to
recognize the general , I appealed to
; ho condnotor , and was shown a stout-
ah gentleman , dressed In a pepper-
and-salt salt. This wu Gou. Crook ,
and occupying seats on the opposite
tide cf the car sat two gentlemen In
citizen's dresa , resembling professional
men from some cantern city , Cer-
: ninly the qalot trio wonld never have
aeon taken for General Orook and his
staff cflioors , Capt , fionrko and Llont.
Flobogor. They were rotnrnlng from
Chihuahua , whither the general had
jjono to cousnlt with the Mexican com
manders as to the best course to be
; akeu in order to snbduo
THE WILD CIIIHAC1IAU8 ,
whoso fierce raid through Ariz ina and
Now Mexico has left a trail i < r blood
from their point of entiy into the
United States to their polut of depart
ure. From fifty to sevonty.flro tnllea
\ day they marched , leaving behind
thorn many a ghastly corpse on the
cactus-covered plains. They seem to
bavo succeeded in obtaining freab
horses every few hours from theh
luckless victims , and pawing on like a
pestilence , they left the whole country
In alarm and turmoil. There wore
only seventeen in the band whlct
killed Judge McComaa , and eighty in
the band which committed the mnr
dor a near Hermoailla and Nopalla.nnd
yet to the frightened ranchmen , pros
peotors and freighters It seemed at
though the whole of the 1,300 tranlon
on the Sau Oarlos reservation mnsl
h vo broken loose. They were no1
within the limits of the United Statei
over twelve days , arid yet the press o
the two territories has only juatbegu :
to recover from fright , and to contra
diet the wonderful stories of masjacn
and desolation which have been pour
ing In on them ever since the raid be
gan. Surely the truth was bad enough
and the false stories wore , to say thi
least , moat nnfortunato. The fev
troops were marched hltherand thlthei
until almcst worn out. Gen. Orool
finally got to the truth of the matter
The San Cirloa Indians were carefully
counted and found to bo all present.
A Ohlrachaua deserted from the bane
and came into the reservation , givinj
himself up , and explaining that howai
a Sin Oarlos Indian whoso two wlvoi
were of the Ohlrachna tribe , but hac
been killed In a fight with the Mexi
c ns , and ho was anxious to return tc
bis old home , and had taken the firs
opportunity of getting away. Th <
general questioned him closely , and hi
gave
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ,
which baa since been corroborated li
all polnta where that was possible ,
The general then vialtcd llormoslllo
and saw the Mexican genorala .there
He then wont to Chihuahua for thi
B&mo purpose. In the meantime cav
airy auppliea and Indiiu scouts wen
being maeaed at Wlllcox. Oa thi
morning when I arrived at hoadquar
tcra BX companies of cavnlry wora ot
the ground. This was on April 17
but on the 23i the preparations won
all completed , and the army ready tc
move.
Last night the Apache Bcanta hold a
war dance , and to eyes unused to ancl
aoenoa the effect waa startling. Around
a great fire gathered the lithe formec
Indiana , armed with Springfield rifles
and clad In all the gay colora obtain
able. They kept time to the boatlnj
of native dtntua and the ahrill voice
of the chanters who Bang :
We are the soldiers of the Nan Tan Chav
We are not women !
We are not children !
Come , if you dare , ChirachuaM
Come , stand before thoaoldlera
Of the Nan Tan Chaw !
The "Nan Tan Chaw" ia Gen. Crook
and the conglastod till mldmlght , whlli
the dancers leaped and yelled In thi
glare of the firelight , discharging thol
guna at Intervals and calling upon thi
Ohlrachuas :
They are coyotes !
Their home la In the rocks !
They are like tba wind !
They are like the duat-stormi !
They come and go like devilt !
At 8 o'clock this morning the bugle ;
sounded "boots and saddles , " and thi
camp waa Instantly in motion. Thi
Apache sconte , nnder Lieut. 0. B
Gatewood , tith Cavalry , 120 strong
started at ouco and on foot , separating
llko a fl-ck of quails , and each carry
lr.fi tholr arrna na they liked. Thoj
spread ou : over the Handy waste anc
very soon reaarabled DO many data or
the plain. Behind them were eight ]
pack mulct , bearing nil their camp
EQUIPAGE AND SUPPLIES.
Then cnmo the air companies of caval
ry , mounted on fmo hpraea. Last o
all came the waRon train of twenty-
one six-mule teams , followed by thir
ty wagons , hired from citizens for tht
occasion The first objective point li
Gaadaloupo canyon , four days' mntcl
to the south. Thou comon Oasai
Grandes in Mexico ; nnd five days
further on la the Ohlrachana strong' '
hold , In the Sierra Madre Mountains ,
This la Impregnable and Inaccesslbh
for horeoa. For generations the rod
warriors have hold their own hero ,
driving oil the Mexican troops with
huge stones hurled from the summl
cf their fortress , IIere has gathorec
the remnant of Victoria's band , Nan a , '
band and Locos. Joining forces wltl
each other , they now defy the arrule
of the two republics , '
It seoma to bo a hopeless taak , ' 01
which Gan. Orook baa led thla oxpedl
tlou , He doea not Intend to taktj hi
regular troopers beyond the 'line
There ho wilt bo mot by Copt , Euimot
Crawford , with 125 Apache scouts ,
ind after posting his regulars alocg the
line and establishing a bnaoof snpollcs
10 will go alone with only fifty rcgn-
ats and the Indian ecouts Into the
toart of the Sierra Mndrof.
"Is It safe to truat yourself with
heao Indian11 ? inked. "Sifc , " waa
ho reply , "certainly , I wonld go anywhere -
whore with tht so follow , " And after
ovoral daya of clcao observation I
nust say that the Qenoral cortaluly
corns to have won the confidence and
oapoot of his Apaoho allies. But the
ournoy la long , the
COUNTRY IS DESOLATE ,
ho plains arid and the mountains
ilgh. It seems almost beyond the
> ewer of man to bollovo that success
an corno to the campaign , but the
general already lias a record in this
Ino , and ho aaya ho will subdue the
Ohlrochuaa If such a thing ia possible ,
. have caught Romothlug of the outhu-
laam of the oflioora who have folloncd
holr loader on this long journey , and
will go away from Wileox expecting to
tear good roporta from the expedition.
When the raid began the territorial
tapers flew off the handle , and In
iorca editorials demanded the cxllno-
Ion of the reacrvatlon Indiana. There
tro plenty of men spoiling for a fight
ou this frontier , and although the
> oasted number of GOO rangers haa not
> eon raised , still enough has boon
lone to make serious trouble. Sixty-
ivo men , under Capt. Joyce , of Tomb-
tone , have camped to-day near Fort
Grant , They have been
nUNTINO INDIANS
or ton days , but of course have found
lone.
The rangers have poralatontly de
clared their intention of wiping out
Sau Carlos with its 0,000 peaceful
Apachea , In retaliation for the Ohlra-
chnaa' raid. It la not likely that they
will attack the reservation now ; pas-
alon haa cooled , want of discipline has
oat Oipt. Joyce eomoof hla beat men ,
and the hoped for relnforcemonta do
not arrive. But tholr action haa
already done harm enough , and some
of the moat truatod officers of the de
partment , who wonld othorwlao bs
with Orook and hla llttlo army , were
ordered back to their poata , In order
to be on the ground In caao the In
dians were attacked.
ALEXANDER SULLIVAN.
An Episode In the Career o ! the Ne-ro
League's President.
AUxinder Sullivan , president of the
National Irish league , was born In
Watervtlle , Me. , on August 9 , 1847.
Both parents were from 0junty Kerry ,
Ireland. While he very young thoj
moved to Detroit , Mich. , taking him
with them , and there his boyhood wat
spent. About 1873 he moved tc
Chicago , and five years later was ad
mltted to the bar. During the period
of his legal studies the unfortunate
nato affair occurred which made hla
name known throughout thi
northwest , and fnrnlahed Ohlcagc
with subject for discussion for nearly i
year , A school teacher named Han
ford , who had become acquainted v itt
Salllvan In some way , caused it to be
known that ho was going to publish ai
article reflecting on Mrs. Sullivan ,
and , in spite of remonstrances , got it
ready for one cf the newspapers
Sullivan heard ot the matter and ,
taking his wife with him one evening
drove towarda Hanford'a houae , The ]
met him before his door and with a mat
named MoMullen , and angry wordi
ensued.
MoMnllon , who was a powerful man ,
grappled Sullivan , and Mra. Sclllvan
fearing for his safety , got out of thi
carriage to him. Hanford struck hei
and Snlllvan , struggling to got him
wan soon In a desperate fight whtcl
aecmod likely to ba ended by hli
tolng overpowered by the two men
Ho had only one hand free , but witl
that ho reached for hla revolver and
dofon ed hlrruolf. At tbo firat she !
Hai'd fell mortally wounded ,
Snllwun'a trial for murder ,
which ensued , created more ox
cltcment than any similar oven
In Ohlcigo for years , and the entire
community eoemed divided on the
question of whether the shooting wai
justifiable or not. The jury failed U
agree , eleven votlug for acquittal anc
one for conviction , and ho was put un <
der bonds for another trial , which
finally reauted In a verdict cf "nol
guilty. " Rumors wore circulated anc
generally believed that Hanford'i '
friends had offered money to Judge
McAllister , who prealdod at the trial ,
to Influence judgment against Sulll
van , and a month or two afterwardi
the matter was brought Intc
politics. McAllister , and Tnomu
A. Moran , who had been Snlllvan'a at
torney , were elected at the next judl
clal election over Oharlea Reed , whc
had prosecuted the case. Au Immense
change of votes from one party to the
other showed the current of populai
sympathy. Since that tlmo Mr. Sal
llvan has been quietly practicing law
with great success , though he haa ap
peared little in pub ! ! : posl ion. Ir
politics ho waa an abolitionist firal
and then a republican , but he lofl
the party with Horace Greoley has
been a democrat ever since. Ho le
a member of the Ancient Order ol
Hibernians and occuplea a prominent
position In the order.
The Now Bridge at Niagara.
Slevtlaul Herald ,
The now bridge for the Oiuadn
Southern ever Niagara river , to be
built by the Central bridge company
of thla city , and to coat Onu million
dollars , with it * approacheo , will bo e
double track atael ' ul-lovor , " the
firat onu erected In thla country and a
fw simile of o.io , vhlch the Oinadimi
1'acllic li ccmtruotlng ever Frazjt
river la BrllUU Anurlcn. The prlncl
pal upon which it will bo constructed
la one thar 'will admit of a train paaa.
Ing over I1 at n apeed of sixty mllea an
hour with perfect oafoty. The maa <
slve atcjno abutments or foundation !
will fitat bo built at the water's edge
and ( hey will have a height of about
forty fact. Frera thssa will riao col
umns of iron in the form ol
piers to the edge of the cliff above ,
By means of anchorage In the baul
for some distance back upon the lane
the spans of atoel will bo built on
ever the river 2,000 feet from clthoi
side until they moot in the center , anc
in thla mannnr the entire structure
will balance and aland. The "contl
lever" principle la , It la said , thai
which renders the structure strongoi
by the weight of a train as It advanooi
upon the bridge. No false work what
ivor la used. The bridge will bo 215
eet above water and have a COO ( oat
pan , while Its length ever all will ba
000 feet. It will tnku three months to
omploto the masonry , and the iron
work It is expected will bo bognn In
August. When it is well under w < ty
ho operations involved will proiont
an Interesting spectacle , The contract
eqnlros that the work shall bo com
> lotod ou November 30ih of this year.
The Lime Kllu Club.
' 'I would Inform do club , " said the
> rcatdont , as another starch-box waa
Iropped Into the stove to warm up
ho back townships , "dut do lion ,
'okydomna White , of Grenada , Miss. ,
am In do only-room. Da gom'lan ar-
rove heah las' night ou top of a freight
car. His objeck In wlsltln' do norf
am to dellbor his celebrated lecktnr'
on 'How to Eonomlze. ' Ho has cf-
orod to dellbor it bofo' dla club fur
do anm of aevonty.fivo cunts , which
am chuap 'noff for any sort of n lock-
ur ou any sort of a subject. But I
lan Informed him dat wu doan't want
t. It am plain to dat ho haa bin
economlzln' raddor too much , Iti
) laoo of au oborooat ho haa a yard of
) raes watch-chain. In place of three
moala per day ho aooma to prefer one
meal an * two drinks of whlaky.
While do heela of hla bntea am all
run obor , ho w'ara a glass dla-
nond under hla chin. While bla
rousers am patched bofo1 an' behind ,
10 sports a tgalvanizod watch dat prob
ably coat $0 , Gom'lon , do way to
economize am to save seventy-five
cents by not 'ooptln' do offer of dla
cokturer. What do moas * of usdoan1
{ now 'bout economy no stranger wld
a stiff knee kin cum along an1 teach
as. When a member of dla club keeps
V ohlU'n in ekule , pays rent , hai n
Sunday suit , oats oysters twice a week
an' doan' owe do butcher or grocer ,
an' all on a salary of $6 per week , 1
reckon he has got do economy blz-
ness down to as fine a p'int as le kin be
worked.
"Do committee on rccepahnn ol
statesmen will pnrcoed to the anty
room an' remark to do Hoc. Pckydo
mna White dat wo haa decided not tc
h'ar do leotnr' at any price. Hint tc
him dat ho had better leave do city or
some of do night trains. Tell him da1
his leotnr1 will probably draw crowdec
houses In Toledo an Cleveland. "
A Very Ignorant Man
Clara Belle said in a recent letter
As I have said , not many women havi
thus far fallen into thla style of ahap
Ing themselves , and those few are generally
orally tall and slender , for no one o
taste adopts It if she Is plump or little
Therefore wo s < ? o the singular apecta
cln of seemingly Immonae hips ot
otherwise narrow figure an absurdity
aa anybody ought to comprehend. Bj
the way , a married friend of mini
took her husband out shopping. Hi
waa green , and gazed upon the warei
like a countryman at a fair. In om
place hla eyea fell upon a pair of cloth
covered , bran-atuffod articles , con
uectod by tapes. Ho concluded tha
they wore bosom pads. Ho whlsporec
his disapproval of such artifices :
"Look at the ahapo of them , " hi
exclaimed ; "they are eonaro , unaym
metrical , angular. No woman 01
earth w s ever developed in that way
unleea aho waa deformed. What fool
you are. "
"And you're another , " replied hi
wife. "Thoae are for wearing on th
hipa. It's your treat , and I'll tak
soda wi'fh lemon and cream , quit
sweet ,
THE BAD AND WORTHLESS
Are never imitated or counterfeited
This la especially trao of n famll ;
medicine , nnd It Is poaltlvo proof tha
the remedy imitated ia of the hlghca
valne. Aa soon aa It hnd been tetitei
and proved by the whole world tha
Hop Uittorn waa the purest , best am
moat valuable family medicine 01
earth many Imitations sprung up am
begon to steal the notfcea In whlcl
the press and people of the countr
had expressed the merits of II. B
and in every nay trying to induce sot
feting invalids to eg ? their stud In
stead , cxfectlng to make money 01
the credit and good name of H. B
Many others started nostrums pat u ]
In similar style to H. 13. , with vori
ously devised names in which thi
word "Hop" on "Hops" wore used ii
away to induce people to believe the ]
were the same on Hop Bitters. AI
such pretended remedies or cnrer , in
matter what their style or name if
and especially those with the won
"Hop" or Hops In their name or ii
any way connected with thorn or the ! ;
name , are Imitations or connterfei
Beware of thorn. Touch none <
them. Using nothing but genuine Ho ]
Bitters with a bnnoh or clutter o
green Hops ou the white label. Trun
nothing else. Druggists and doaleri
are warred ag&inst dealing In Inilta-
tons or counterfeits'
Ve notice the M arringe Fund , Mutua
Truflt Association , of Cedar Rapids. Iowa
highly spoken of in tnnny of the leadlnf
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their advertisement Ii
another column of this uaper , f5-3a
K NATIONAL BANK ,
Cor , Water and Congress Streets.
3BOSTOKT.
OAPITAI. , - - 8oo.oo (
BUllPLUH , - - M OO.OOl
Transacts a general Banking buelnei-s. He
oelvea tbo accounts of Banks , Bankers anc
others , Drawa Foreign Kxchnuge anc
makes Cable Transfers in Kurope and Tel
etfraphlo Trausfera of Money throughoul
the United Statei. Buya and rolls Gov
ernmcnt und other Investment Securities ,
and executes ouy Luxineta f jr Its Corre
upor.dents In the line < f IVtnklnp.
ASA P. POrTER , Prcslden * .
J. d. EDDY , Oathlcr.
J. W , WORK , As 't Cashier ,
rc&ih-rae
1IIIEAKFAST.
1 By a thorunsh knowlodse of the .iktanl U r ,
cl dlzontlon as. .
!
hlch ( jo ert the operation
.
nntrltlon.anl by a careful application cf th.
Sue properties el wcll-eflejted Cocoa , Mi
Kl-ps haa proTldud onr breakfast tables with I
Jelcately flavored beverage which u > ir mo i
many heavr doctors1 bills. It Is by tha Judlcloo.
ate of such artlclw of diet that a couititntloi
may bo gradually built up until itronz encuiil
, llundrod
k ) reslit every tendency to disease
31 subtle malidlesare floating around n read )
to attack wherever there U weak polnl. Wi
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping onr
itlvMwell forllfled with pure blood and a prop
eily nourished frame.-- ! ? ! ! hervlce 0 ie ia.
Uade limply with boiling water or rnlik Bo i
n tloi only U-lb and Ib ) . by Grocers , labeled
JAMBS BPPS & 00. ,
Homceopathlo Obemleta.
niiut-wtr London , Bngland.
IB UNFAILINQ
AM ) IVMLUIIIK
. Con-
various , St. Vlt-
MS Dance , Alco-
lollsm , Opium Eatlne , Seminal Weakness ,
mpotcuey , Syphilis , Scrofula , nnd nil
Nervous nnd Dlood Dlsonscs.
, .
Merchants , K.mkcrs , Lames nnd nil wlioso
edcntary employment cause * Nervous 1'ros-
ration , IrrcKularltlcsof the Hlc > otl,8toiMncli ,
lowcls or Kidneys , or who ri'nutro n nerve
nnic , niipetlzer or stimulant , Samaritan
y < ine > Is Invaluable.
' " ThoutamlH
iroel.tlmltthoinost
vomlcrful Invlsor-
nnt that over
nlned a slnMnjoyaf H E R V E ]
tern. fl.OOatDrng-
The DR. S. A. RICHMOND MED , CO .SolePropr't ,
St. JOHOtrtl. , JJO. ( U )
Bailway Time Table.
C. V. U. K. MAIN LINK.
Limn. AHRIMI.
) allyK | inw'.t:15nm ! ! : Dully Kiinn ,1:25 : p m
> et. er Kxp. . . 7:40 : ji m Dciutr Kjp..7n : : it m
Emigrant ( V.oo ) > m 5'A : ) A m
OMAHA AND LINCOLN L1NK-U. . 1' . DKFOT.
UCAVR. ARRH K
Lincoln hx. . ll:15ft : m I Lincoln IX..1:03 t > m
Mixed S:15atn : | Mixed _ 4l5pm :
DUMMY THAl'S SIUDGR DIVISION.
llummy tralmI a\cOma > < iai foil ws 8.00 a
in ; MO a ID ; 10.00 am ; 11.00 a in , 1:00 : | i ro ; 2 00
( > in ; :01 : f m : 4:01 : p HI ; 5 00 p in ; 6.00 | i in
Iljminj traini lemo Diun 11 DlnlTj as follons :
B'J5am : ; 9:2,1 : nr 10'J5 : am ; 11 25 a m ; 1:25 : p
in ; 2.25 pin ; 355 iiinJ25p ; ; m ; 5:2J | 'in ; 0:15 : p
in.
SunJnjf ho Dummy trft'ns ' leave Onmha at
O.-OO , 11:00 : m ; 2:00 : , 4 W 5:00 : and 6:03 : p m.
Li avri Council Iliufl * at 9:25 : and 11:25 : i u- ,
2:2i : , 4:25 : , 6:25 : an < l CM f m.
TIIKOUQII AND LOOALI'ASKNQER TRAINS
1UUUQK U1TISIO.V.
LlUVROyAIH. LKiVRCOL'SClU
Pass No 2 . . . T:45 in raNo 5. . . 7,23 a in
" No 10 6i5im ; | " No 15..11:20 : am
"No 4 . . . 3:10pm : No 3 . .11:30am :
EmUrtnt No 0.0:15 : a in No 17 7-2ii pm
No7.e-C > 0 pm No 1. . . . 7:00 : pin
SIOUX CITV A PACIFIC-DEPOT N. 15th St
Loire Omaha ( or O'Neill via St Paul
Line ( or Illalr 8:30 : am
Arrive ( com Ncllgh 6:30 : pm
0. , M. & ST. P. It. K.-U. P. DKPOT.
LEW * . ARRIVB.
Mall& Ex 7:45am" : M lli Ex..7.-2'pin | %
Atlantic hx..8:40p : u ( Pacflc Ex..0:45 : a ai
Dally except Sunday
WADABU , 8T. LOUIS & PACIFIC U H.-U. P.
DEPOT.
LKA\K ARH1VI
Omaha 7:45 : am I Omaha ll0am :
3:4jpu : | " 5:20pm :
C. , n. & Q. It U U. P. DSFOT.
ARRIVft. LKAVK.
Mall * 7:4 : > > ara I Exprcs 9:45am :
Express S:40pinill' : | 725pm
N. Y. * x. lencs Council BlufTsat 8:17 : prnt
" " anlvus " 8 0 a inf
Sundajscxccptcd. ( Oinaha time
0. , K. I. & P. 11. K.-U P. DEPOT.
ARR1VH. LKAVK.
Mall . 9 : 15 am Express 7:15 : am
7 "JO p m Mall SMOprn :
juuuajsocep'.td. Sundajs uptid.
C. 4 N. W. It R.-U. P. DEPOT.
ARlivK. LKAVK.
Mall * 7-45 am I Exprcs :45am :
txprois 3:40 : pm Matl * 7:20 : p in
jUcilajs exempted | * Sunda ) > txcepUd
S. 0. & P. 11. K.-U. P. DEPOT.
Mall ) P:00 : am I Express 0Mam
ExpreiB O. 0nm | Mallt 7:20pm :
tSd ua > a eicopied
ST. PAUL & OMAHAi NEBRASKA DIVISION
DEPOT N. 15T1I ST.
No 2 8.00 ami Nol 4:50 : pm
No 4 12:15 : pin I Nn3 11:45 : am
aiindajs exctptwl.
K. 0. , ST. JOB , & C. D. It K-B. & M. DEPOT.
Mil S:25am : I Eipresa 6:00 : a ra
Expr B3 7 : ! 0 pin | Hall 0:50 : p m
B. A M. R. . IN NEBRASKA.
Denser Exp. . . , . :15am : 6:35pm :
Lincoln Kxp.0:35p : m 0:40am :
MISsOURI.PiCIFIC-rU. P. DEPOT.
ARRIVK. DEPART.
Express C:50am : | Express 7c5pm :
Mail 0:1 : pm | Mall 8:05 : am
Trains leav m ; at 7:2.t : p ui and inlvlng at 8.5C
a m lli ha\o Puliman tlrep r < .
Opening nnd Closing of Vallt.
ROUTB. orr.x CLOSI.
a m. p. m. a.m. p.m
ChicaifO i NorthHcetorn..11:00 : 9.CO 6:30 2:4C :
Chicago , Iloc < lilind & P. .11:00 : 9fO : f:30 : 2:4C :
Chicago , lliirlioaon & Q..ll0 : 0.03 6:30 : 2:4C :
" '
Wabuh" . . . . 12:3' : 5:30 :
Sioux City & Pacific 6:00 : 7 : < 0j
Union ralc 4:0011:40 : :
OmaLaJtteptib Icon Val. . 2.0)11:10 :
liurllDKton & Mo. In N b. . . 0:001 : 7:1J : 6:3C :
Omaha4. orthwestcrn. . . . 6,00 70 :
Mljiouti Punic C:30 : | BSO :
Local mllH ( or State cf Iowa lca\o but once a
day , viz : 4 30 a. in
A Lincoln ui..tl H also opened at 100 : a. m. .
OJ.co open tundaju from 1,00 m. to 1CO : p.
T1I03. F. HALL , Pottma-ter
Saturday Evening Trains
The 'ol'o ' lng tabli ( hews the date and namet
ft ro.Vg niMiins traliB to Cblcago from tn >
Uhlon Paeillc tianiler en Saturday iteuluRt :
MONTHS.
January : . .tso | l3 C-23
Fc'iruiry. 3-24 18
Maicb 3-21 1031
April 14 21
M y
June 10 (9-30 ( 2-23
July 7-28 21 14
August 18 11 1-25
September. K-29 1-22 15
October 20 13 6-27
Ni umbei , . 1) ) S-24 17
Dece liber. . . 1-22 15 8-29
The Chlcag\ . Panl Minneapolis and Omaha
trMns leave e\ery Siturdiy altotnoin
'The Chlctgo , Mllwaukro and Si. PAU ! trains
tave every raturdar altcrnoon'
CB > ir in * laom
FrosMenl. Vice Pm'l
W. U. Dusuau , ieu.aidlren.
THE NEBRASKA
lAN'OFACTUSINS Ob
Lincoln , Nei )
MANUFACTURERS OF
Corn Pluntero UBrrowB.Fnrm Uoller *
duiuy Hay Hasea , Uuoeet Klovtulne
Wlndmllle , He
We are prepMOJ tc do Job woik toil eundl1
turlnj for other pillion.
\ddiesixl orJeri
to the VKKl ASKA MANUFACTURIN : ! CO
LlrcolnKeb
Benius liewarfled ,
on
The Sfwy of tic SiTFiuff Kflchii o
Atlividonio lltt'o pirophlot , Muo tiiU | ; old
cover wltJ numo > uiiK'mlUiB , will bo
GIVEN AWAY
to H"V adult porwn cillln ( or Ik. at my branch
or suu-ollko ol the Slr.jjcr Ma'inticturun' Com-
jian > , ur will besont h > man , pojt'pald. to any
pirtcu lit lug at a " btauco from our ollko.
The Singer Manufaoturing Do. ,
Principal Oflisc81 Union Square' ,
NEW YORK.
NOTICE TO CATTLE MEN.
1,000 , HEAD OF YOUHB OATTLE
FOR SALE ,
COO Head of Yearllrg Stccri and Heifen ,
BOO Head ol Tno-car-cl < i Stetrt , and
100 Head of Two-year-old Heilen.
The'o cattle are all coed , straight , thrifty cattle ,
niMtly graded cattle. For sale all together or la
lots to tult the r-urchiitrs. For further partic
ulars call on or address M. t Potter , \Va\erl ) ,
lirowu coutty , Iowa. At-lm
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
Brewing
Association ,
CELEBRATED
KEG & BOTTLED BEER ,
THIS EXOBLLENT BEER SPEAKS
-VJT s ss sf w
J - < su ° M0 T FOR ITSELF ,
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our ( to'ids ' are Made to the Standard of our
Guarantee.
GEORGE HENNING ,
Sole Agent for Omaha and the "West.
Offloo Coruor 13th and Barney Streets.
STEF.LE , JJH SOK & CO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , 8alt , , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
AHD MANUFACTUEED TOBAGOO ,
agents for BKHWOOD HAILS AND LAFL R fe RAND POWDER GO
-DEALERS
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar Pr ; > 3
O .
1020 Farnham Street ,
PERFECTION
HEATING "AMD BAKING
Is only attained by using
CHARTER OAK
Stoves and Ranges.1
WITH
WIRE UADZE OVER DOORS ,
For dale by
ROGERS & SBNS
MORGAN & CHAPMAN ,
2I3 Farnam St. . Omaha.
BOLLN & SIEYERS , I H. BOLLN & CO. ,
1509 Douglas Street. | Cor. IGth and California St.
OMAHA SEED DEPOTS.
HENRY BOLLN &GO
litre brought to this city dom Hie firms cf lAnlrcdlh & Son's , Philadelphia , and James M. Tbur
burn & Co. , New York , the l rRO > t itock ol Garden ind Field Seeds over Imported before toi )
city , allcl which arc guaranteed to be fresh and true to the nami.
Prices will also be as low as any Responsible Dealer can Make ,
mar IC-eod-tf HENRY BOLLN & CO.
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WlIOtESALE AND RETAIL DEALKB W
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , D3Q38 , BLINDS , M9LDIHGS , Li E ,
t.ar.nt ror. UILWAUKKB CKKKNT COUPAXV
Union Pacific DepotOMAHA ,
JIANUFACTrUEK OP
Window Caps , Fimal3 , Skylights , & .c.
TUIRTEENTII STREET , . - - OMAIJA , NEB
OM AHA OORNIOE WORKS
RUEMPING & BOLTE , Proprietors.
Tin. Iron and Slate Roofers
MANUFACTURERS OF ;
Ornamental Galvanized Iron Cornices , Iron Sky Lights , Eto ,
310 South Twelfth Street , OMAHA , NKB
rcarT-mon-wed trl-m