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THE DAILY BEE-TnUJEvSDAY MAY 24.
HARKNESS BRO'S ,
* f- - ' m ml' f * * * * * * mmm * * mm * mmmm * * iii * * * i * ! ! ' +
DRY GOODS & CARPET HOUSE.
Have the Largest Stook and Choicest Patterns of
Ever Broisg.it to the City , and at
than ever offered in this vicinity ,
TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING ,
HARKNESS BRO'S ,
i 401 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
The following are tbe time ) of arrival and de
parture of train ) from the local dept > . Tnr
the tralng start from the ( Juloti Pi ( Ac depot
about ton mimttes culler than lio'ow ' suteil ,
and arrlTo at the tiopot nbout tea minutes later.
Trains on paol Hutu and K. U , run on 0 icago
time , a bait hour faster than local. Wabasb
trains run on St. Louli time , twenty nilnutea
foster thai loca' . U , 1 > . and Lincoln trains run
oa Council Bluflj time.
OHIOAOO , BOCK ISLAND AMD PACIF10.
Atlantic Kxt..520pm I Pacific Ex.9:18am :
Ex and Mall * . .925 a m Ei and Mall' . . OSS p m
D. Molnca ac.7:15 : a m | lies Molncsnc.4:40 : p m
CUICAOO , BDKUHCrON AND QDIKOT.
Atlantic Exf. . . 5:35 : pm ' Pacific Ex.9:20am :
Holland Ex.9iOnm : Holland Ei'.7:00pm :
N. Y. Ex 620pm Neb & KM Ki..0:10 : a m
OI1IOAQO AND NORTUWBSIRttN.
Atlantic Exf. . .8:15 : p m I PacWo Ext. . . .0:15 : a m
Mall and Ex:20am ! ) : Mall and Ex.6:15 : pm
Accom ( Sat. ) . .5:50 : p m | Accom. ( Mon..l:45 : p m
KANSAS cirr , si. joi AMD COUNCIL BLurra.
Mall and Ex..0:55am : I Express , .fi:35pm :
Exprai. . . , . , 8:25 : p m | Hill aad Ei..Cl pro
erlandXx.il 30 a. . Overland St..4:00 : p. tn.
Lincoln 1 . .11:90a. : p > . 3envorEx..8:00 : a.m ,
Denver Ex..7:00p. : m. Local Ex 6:30 : a. ci.
Local Ex 7:25 a. m. " Ex 9ORtt. : m.
Emigrant..530 p. m. " Ex P.-OOa. m.
WABAHU , sr. LOUUI AMD rACmO.
Mail and Ex. . 0:45 : a m I Mall and Ex. . 4:30 : p m
Cannon Boll. . 4:50 : p m | Cannon Ball..11:05 : a m
81001 CITY AMD PACIFIC.
or Bloux Clty.7:55 a m Frm Sioux C'y.G O p m
or FortNlobrara. Frm Fort Mlobrara ,
Neb * 7S5am Neb * oao
For St. Paul..7:40pm : From St. Paul..8JH > a m
CHICAGO. MII.WAUKSH AMD 8T. PAUL.
Leave Council Bluffs. Arrives Council Bluffs.
Mall and Ex.9SO a m I Mall and Ex.6:55 : pm
Atlantic Ex.5:15 | : p m | Atlantic Ex.9:10 | : a m
CHICAGO , U1LWAOKKR AMD 8T. PAUL.
Reaves Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
M > B.nd Ex. . * 7:15 : a m I Pacific Ex . [ 0:45 : a m
/.Uantlo ET. . | 3K : ) pm | Mall and Ex.7-25pm
"Except Sundays , f Except Saturdays. ( Except
Mondays. I Dally.
Council Blufia & Omaha Street R. B.
Leave Council Uluffs. Leave Omaha.
B a m , 9 a m , 10 a m , I 8 a m , 9 a m , 10 a m ,
11 am , 1 m , 2 p m , 3 p 1 11 am , tpm , 2pm , 3 p
m , 4 p m , 5 p m , C p m. | m , 4 p m , 5 p m , 0 p m.
Street cars run half hourly to the Union Pacific
Depot. On Sunday the cars begin their trips at
B 0 clock a. in. , and run reipilariy during the day
, 11 , 2 4 , 5 and 0 o'clock , and run to city time ;
CHMHBURLMTON&UINGI ) , ( ]
OFFICE OP FRniOHT AGENT , )
OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLurrs , May 12 , ' 83. f
Arrangements hive been made for the
Loading in Chicago Daily
Of one or more cars with
CONSIGNED TO PARTIES IK
These cars will oome through to destination
without stopping. Quick time Is theraby issued.
Pleuaorder ysu goods via 0. B. & Q , It. H.
A. B. WEST ,
MBS , . J. HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bro 4Jw . Council Blnffn
H. R. : dONES
Dbuglns Vapor Stoves
The best and simplest In the world. Also for
' 74 Gasoline Stoves.
Nebraska Loan & Trust Company
HASTINGS , NEB.
Capital , - - - - $250,000
JAS.B. TJEARTWELL , President.
A. L. CLARKE. VIce-Prctldent.
K. a WKBSTKR , Treasurer
0. P. WEBSTEK , Caihltr.
Samuel Alexander Oswald'OlIver.
A. L. Clarke , E. 0. Webster *
Oeo. H Pratt , Jaa. a Heartwell ,
First Mortgage Loans a Speoialt )
This Company furnishes a permanent , boms
institution where School Bond sand other legally
Issued Municipal soccrltle to Nebraska can bs
be negotiated on the most favorable terms
Loons made on Improved farm In all well settled
countlea of the state through responsible local
SHOES & ARCTICS.
' 10,000 OASES
/ , ,
/ Including etnndarda and grades to
S match , are offered totho jobbing trade
at leas than manufacturers' prices by
' FIELD , THAYEB & 00- ,
170 Concrtti Strost ,
DO if ON.
Milwaukee & St. Paul
I now running Ita FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
OMAHA AND COUNCIL 'BLUM '
Pullman's Mapiflcent Sleepers
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING [ EAST
Oi to nv polntjbcyond ; 01
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAUI , OR MINNEAPOLIS'
Take the BEST ROUTE , tbt
OMcago , Milwaukeo&St.PaulR'y
Ticket office located In Paxtoi Hotel , at cornet
Faiuain and Fourteenth etrceta and at U. P. De
pot and at Mlllard Ilotel , Omaha.
jarSee Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , Qcnoral Atrent.
0. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
MEHKILL , A. V. n. CARPENTER ,
OenrralManotrer. General Posu. Agent.
LABK , OEO. H. UEAVFORD.
OoncxlSnrl. lAsa'tOro ' > a. Arc
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE.
OF LANDS WITHIN THE
OfcoB and Missouri Reservation
IN THE STATES OF
KE3RA8KA AND KAaSAB.
U.MTID STATUS LAND Orricii , i
BRATRICK , K.b , April 30th , U83. i
By the direction ol tbe Hon. Secrctar of thi
nttrlor , the U. S. Land Othce at Beatrice , In
the State of Nebraska , will be open on
Thursday , the 31st Day of May ,
1883 , at 10 o'clock , a. m.
For the purpose of recelrlng application to pur
chieo the remainder of the Unda of the Otoe am
Missouri reservation , In the itatcg of Ncbrask
The lands will be Bold only to persons whc
shall within throe months from the date of thoii
applica'lona make a permanent settlement upon
tnn same , and each application must be aceom <
panled by aa afflcUVlt aa erld nco of good fait
n this respect
Tbe lands will ba sold to th highest reiponri
bit bidder , at net less than th * appraised ralue ,
In 80 acre tracts , and DO one person will be al
owed to purchase more than 160 aerei , eieepl to
cases of fractional ezce ( oontlruous thereto
where the survey of township aid section line *
could not be ma le to conform to tha benndary
lines of the rescriation , In which rase the exess
not exceeding 10 acres , may bo added to the 180
The teims of sale are aa follows :
One quarter In cash , to become due and paya
ble at the explrafon of three months from the
date of filing application ; one quarter In on
year ; ono quarter In two years ; one quarter li
hice years from the date of sale , with Intrresi
at the rate of 5 per centum per annum ; but li
ewe of default In the first or cain payment , thi
person thus defaulting eba'l forfeit absolutely hi
rlsht to the tract for the purpose of which he hi
No land * will be sold upon which improve
ment * we found belonging to Indians aa reported
by the appraisers In their schedule of their ap
The sale will be subject to ipproral by thi
Secretary of the Interior , and will be contlnnei
from day to day at Beatrice , un'll the lands ar
A Hat ol the lands , with the appraised value of
each tract , will bo found on file at the district
land office at Beatrice.
II. W. PARKEIl Register ,
9to31 W. II bOMKHS , IlecelTor.
Are acknowledged to bo the
best by all who have put them
to a practical test.
COKE OR WOOD ,
Buck's Stove Co. ,
8AINT LOUIS. |
PIERGY & BRADFORD.
BOLK AGENTS FOB OMAHA rf (
ADDITIONAL LOOAL NEWS
The Second Day of the Ootmoil
Mattie K. Wins the BluUfa Oity
Oup Stake ,
The Hotel Fnrie Tnhon by Startle
Homo Speedy Up art.
The tocond day of the mooting at
the driving park wan far from a pleas
ant ono. The aky irna reasonably
olosr , bat the wind blow strong and
the track and grounds were BO dry
that the dost whirled la cloacta , blindIng -
Ing poop'o ' and horses , and the ullft
brocE9 spoiled the uttnl spnrta of
speed on the homo slrotoh , the wind
being cqnaro agatnat the horses.
The attendance wan tome larger
than on the previous day , bet atlll not
what It shou'd ' hwd boon and not
what the attractions ofTjrod and
the mooting merited. There wore
moro present from oat of the city , and
the proportion of vlsltora to those of
onr homo people was rather to the
discredit of the city.
The Juvenile baud as on the pre
vious day , enlivened the crowd with
muslo between heats and races , and
the melodious voices of the wheel of
fortune man and the pool-solid were
hoard as usual. The wind furnished
enough power to ran the wheel itself ,
and it draw almostaa largo a crowd as
The first event was
THE HALF-MILE DABB ,
for the Blail Olty cap stake and $200 ,
for two year-old * , The starters , In
the position ! assigned , were : Mattie
K , Josle , Dora Dillon , Satupaon , Lora
Mitchell and Llgglns. The start was
a neat one atd the race fairly ran.
The horses bunched closely along the
whole distance , and a lively struggle
was made as they approached the
wlro. Mattlo K , though having a
broken bridle , and no bit in her mouth ,
crowded to the front and won the
race by a half neck , Llgglns taking
second , all the others In a olosobauoh.
THE HOTEL PUESE.
The next was the running race for
10 Hotel parse , $400 , all ages , a mile
nd repeat. The starters were placed
s follows : Flanders , Wm. RIalkey ,
iansas Olty ; Startle , 0. E LiFovre ,
Denver ; Find Out , P. H. Bailer ,
liver City , Kas. ; Governor Garce-
pn , Jesse 0. Crowell , Atchlaon , Kas. ;
ffio H , 0. F. Armotrong , Mobile ,
There was much delay in getting a
end-off , but not so much monotony as
sual. Find Oat kept np his antics ,
ofnalng to do much of any thing ox-
opt kicking , Effio H was ficec
or bad starting , and when
t last they got 08 Find Oat rofusec
o coma np , and was taken to the sta-
ilo. Flanders led off and kept to the
rent , with Startle bringing np thi
ear , but by the finish of the mile , a
Handera passed under the wlro first
startle was a good second , while Effic
I , who took third , was closely followe <
> y Governor Uorcelon. Tirao , 1:46 :
which was far better than was ex
peotod , in view of the strong wind am
iloud of dust.
The second mile was very prettily
ran , and caused really the firat ont
mrat of enthusiasm and excltomen
on the part of the crowd. Fiandor
and Startle kept neck to neck , but o :
ho homestretch Startle pushed enough
ihead to pass under the wlro winner ,
Glanders second , Effia H third , and
Governor Garcelon fourth , Time ,
Tne third mile proved an exciting
contest between Startle and Flanders ,
and was finely run , it being nook and
neck until the third quarter when
startle got a length the start , and for
: ho first time daylight showed between
; hem. On the finish Startle came un
der the wire about the same distance
ahead , without the touch of whip or
ipur , winning the heat and raco.
Time , 1:47. : Startle showed himself
ay far the best horse , having no mon-
tey shines or capers but Rotting right
down to business and staying there.
THE 2:40 : RACE.
In the 2:40 : class there wore five en
tries , but A. Roberts , of Omaha , drew
tils Dan Allen , ho having gone a little
lame , and M. E. MoHonry , of Davou-
port , drew his Birdie S. This left
three 'starters : Rocky Mountain
Tom , Gas Morton , Dorchester , Neb. ;
Oreepy , Holly & Carlisle , Denver ;
and Calamity , Howe & Co. , Den
ver. Oroepy got the pole , Rocky
Mountain Tom second and Calamity
The first heat promised to bo very
neatly trotted , it being close between
Creepy , who slightly led , and Rooky
Mountain Tom , who evidently had
the heat until the home stretch , when
Creepy crowded Rooky Mountain
Tom , who broke , giving Oroepy the
heat , Rocky Mountain Tom second ,
and Calamity third. Time , 2:37. :
The second heat was rather prettily
but tamely trottedthe horses jigging
through In the same order a ; they fin
ished In the provlons boat , Creepy
winning the heat in 2:41 : , with Rooky
Mountain Tom coming- easily as
second , and Calamity third.
The third heat was but a repetition
of the'seoond , and proved quite tame ,
Creepy winning the heat and race In
2:42 : , Rooky Mountain Tom second ,
and Calamity third.
The programme for to-day Is as fol
Race No. 9 , Running , Purse $203 , all
ages. 1st , $150 ; 2d , $50 ; one mlle dish.
lUce No. 10. Running. Merchants'
purse , all BROS , $350. 1st , $230 ; 2d , $100 ;
1) mlle dash.
Race No. II. Trottlm ? . 2:25 : chug.
Club purse , $500. 1st , $300 ; 2J , $125 ; 3d ,
$7G.Raco No. 12. Paolntr. 2:20 : cUss.
Club purse , $500 , 1st , $303 ; 2 ] , $125 ; 3d ,
The entries are :
' * 2:25 : CLASS.
O. R. Clark , Madison , Wla , , b , m. Kitty
Fisher , ( formerly Nellie C ) ,
Law Glenn , Alt. I'lcwint , ! . , b. g. Bin
It , O. Tamer , Jt > nes\lllo. Wli. , r , m ,
Holly A. Carlisle , Denver , Col , , cb. m ,
Din Amleraan , Koblnion , Km. , b. p.
O. A. Thompson , Wintered , la , , b , m.
George \Vlsner , Council Bluff * , br , g ,
Gary O v n.
J. S , Taylor , Winteraot , ! . , b. g , Cy
The Mile Dwh-D. N , Arbuckle ,
Princeton , Mo , Wlldfellow ; Uolly &
Gktlltle , Denver , Aletta ) P. H. liutler ,
Silver Lake , Kan. , Flndout : Wm , Mel-
key , Kttnmtj City , llosallnd ; W. 1) . Jen
nings , Moberly , Mo. , Itutn : O. 0. L fo-
er , Drnvrr , KorthUnd ; Ir * Planter ,
Xmncll UlufTn , Dawn of Day.
" Running Race , for Merchants' Punt-
lolly itO.uUsle , Denver , Mnry S. ; J , 11.
/lore , aibley , Iow , Auroleus : K irleston
& Pishoi , Shcnandoah. Colonel Hepburn ;
Viu. Hrady , PeorU. William U ; William
ilotric , Cleopatra , III , , Tubal 0 ln ,
A true Iron modlclno , bonoGolal t >
bo young as well as the old who suf-
or from dyspepsia , etc , , Is Brown's
Conclusions of the Court.
At the district court yesterday , In
ho oaaoof Fuman vs the olty of Avon -
n , the plaintiff nras awarded damages
f ouo dollar. Ho does not care for
bo dollar , but Avooa cares for the
The habeas corpus case of R L.
Calkins vs. the state of Iowa , was
ont back to the Mills county justice
The case of Herman vs. Jadd was
Ivon to the jury yesterday afternoon ,
tid last evening ntcloelng the lawyers
were laboring to collect damages from
J Winchester and others for Wm.
Don't be Alarmed
t Brlght's disease , Diabetes , or any
laeaso of the kidneys , liver or urlna-
y organs , as Hop Bitters will eor-
aluly and lastingly cure yon , and it Is
ho only thing that will.
The Shonfla of tha State.
Yesterday morning aboutten o'clock
hero was an Informal meeting of the
sheriff. ) ' convention at the Ogdcn
House. As only half of those expected
od had reached the city , an adjourn
ment was had until 8 o'clock In the
waning. The president , Sheriff M.
Barr , of Mabusku county , and D. A ,
[ < \irrell , of Mills county , secretary and
treasurer , were present.
The programme of the convention
will be arranged by Sheriff F&rrell , of
Mahsska , Palmer , of Montgomery ,
Mid Mlddloton , of Harrison , and will
bo of Interest , not only to the sherIff
Iff ) themselves , bat all who are Invited
to attend , So far a a large majority
of those who have reported are accom
panted by their wives.
The following Is a list of those who
arrived daring yesterday morning ,
most of whom attended the races
during the day :
A D Thomas. Adams ; H H Palmer ,
Montgomery ; C A Cook , deputy sheriff
Woodfcury ; J S Hendrle , ex-sheriff , Mills ,
J W Jacobs , Kookuk ; W U J ohniou , Page
J O Sniff. Mitrion ; D A Haggard , Kea <
suth ; A ] j Scott , Clark ; Jag. Walker ,
Mouonn ; Wiley Mlddleton , Harrison , D
McDonald , Woodbury ; M Barr , Mahaalca
D A Fatroll , Mills ; J H Landls , Lucas
W W Hartinnn , Muscatlnc ; S 8 Webb ,
Boone ; G Herding , Plymouth ; 1111 Mil
ler. Noble county , Minn. ; F A Eastman
Irta ; E Trimble , Warren ; M Blanchard ,
Union ; S F Miller , Monroe ; Theo. Gait
tar , Pottawattamio ; James Jones , Craw
Open for work , Pryor'a BEE Job
Printing Oflieo , 7 Pearl street.
Young man or wuman , If you wr.n
big money for a small amount , take L
certificate In the Marriage Fund Mut
ual Trust Asaccl&tion , Cedar Rapids ,
COUNCIL BLUTFS MABKXT.
WUKAT No. 2 spring , 85c ; No. 3,70
rejected 55c ; stood demand.
CORN There h not enough com comlnu
in to make a market ; dealers paying 36c ;
rejected corn Chicago , SUJc ; new mixed.
55 : ; white corn , 53o , The receipts of com
OATS Scarce and in good dtmand ; 85.
HAT 6 00@7 CO per ton. 35 per bale.
RYK 40@45c ; light supply.
CORN MEAL 125 per 100 pounds ,
WOOD Good supply ; prices at yards ,
COAL Delivered , hard , 1100 per ton ;
soft. 5 60 per ton.
Burma Good butter scarce and In fair
demand at 25W35c ; creamery , 35c.
Eoos Ready sale and plenty at
10@llo per down.
LABD Falrbank's. wholesaling at 18 o.
POULTBT Firm ; dealers paying 13o per
pound for turkeys and lOo for chickens.
VEGETABLES Potatoes , 60c ; onions , 50c ;
cabbages , 30@40o per dozen : apples , 2 50
@ 3 60 per barrel.
City flour from 1 GO to 3 40.
BBOOMB 2 00@3 00 per dozen.
CATTLE 3 00@8 50 ; calves 600@S50.
Hoes Market for hogs quiet , oa the
packing houaes are closing ; shippers are
paying 6 00 to 6 75.
THE BAD AND WURTHLB83
Are never imitated or counterfeited ,
This is especially trno of a family
modlclno , and It Is positive proof that
the remedy imitated is of the highest
value. As soon as It had boon tested
and proved by the whole world that
Hop Bitters woa the purest , best and
moat valuable family medicine on
toarth many Imitations sprung np and
bogon to eteal the notfccs In which
the press and people of the country
had expressed the merits of IT. B , ,
and in every way trying to induce suf
fering invalids to nso their stall In
stead , oxfootlng to make money on
the credit and good name of U. B.
Many others started nostrums pat up
in similar style to H. B. , with vari
ously devised names In which the
word "Ho ; ) " oa "Hops" were used In
away to induce people to believe they
were the same as Hop Bitters. All
such pretended remedies or cures , no
matter what their style or name is
and especially those with the word
"Hop" or Hops in their name or in
any way connected with them or tholr
nam o , are Imitations or counterfeit
Beware of thorn. Teach none o
them. Using nothing but genuine Hop
Bittern with a bnuoh or cluster of
green Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else , Druggists and dealers
are warred against dealing In imlta-
tons or counterfeits'
One of the subnt ntlal Inttltutions lathe
Marriage Fund Mutual Trutt Aisocwtion ,
of Cedar llapldi , Iowa. Legnlly organ
ized , officered and managed by reliable
men. Kvery unmarried person ihould
have a certificate In this association , It It
asplendU Inveatment. Wrlto fur circu'
law. Good ftgenU wanted.
CorroponJenco of The no
COUNISO , I * . , .May 22-Tio whole
eastern part of the county has boon In
a st to of Intense oxaltotnont slnoo tha
murder of John Hldlngor by Robert
Parigo , whloh happened on the 7lh of
the present month. Porlgo hai had
his preliminary elimination and has
boea bound over to the dlitrlot oonrt
for raurdor In the second degree , and
his ball has boon fixed at $600 , which
ho has so far failed
to give. His pre
liminary examination was hold before
John W. Blxby , J. P. , ln Corning ,
and ho wis ably defended by two
prominent attorneys of this bar. The
difficulty which resulted in the shootIng -
Ing was all about a dog whloh Porlgo
claimed as his and Hldlngor also
claimed as his. Perlgo wont over to
the homo of the decoaaod on the morn
ing of the shooting after the dog , and
Hldlngor refused to lot him have it.
Porlgo tied a rope to the dog and then
Hldlngor started towards him with a
pitchfork and followed him for abont
200 yards and to a wlro fence , and as
Porlgo was getting over thofonoo
Hldlngor hit him with the fork and
knocked him down when Perlgo
palled a revolver and shot him twice ,
from which ho died. Public opinion
is divided as to who was to blomo.
On the 10th Dolph Robinson , who
was with some other men seining In
the river near Carbon , In this coun
ty , was drowned , and his body has not
been found yet. Men are dragging
the river all the time , but the water
has boon so high it was hard work.
Yesterday morning Simon Bender ,
of this place , shot a hole through his
foot , making a dangerous sud an ugly
wound , and this evening the dcctors
think that It will have to bo ampu
tated. It was caused by carelessness.
So far this spring the weather has
not boon favorable for corn planting ,
and many of the farmers are beoum
leg discouraged. Much of the seed
planted was bad , and will have to bo
planted over again. A great deal of
the seed corn used hero came from
Nebraska , as most all of that saved
here wan so injured that It would not
This morning a largo timber , which
the workmen wore removing from anew
now building , fell and struck Pat
Djnahno on the back Injuring him In
ternally to each an extent that ho will
probably die. NEXT.
OOHNINO , May 22 , 1883.
Honford'i Aoid Photphnto.
1NDIOE8TION FROM OVKUWOKK.
Dn , DANIEL T. NELSON , Ohica-
oo , aaja : "I find It a pleasant and
valuable remedy In indigestion , par
tlonlarly in overworked men. "
We notice the Marriage Fund Mutual
Trust Association , of Cedar Rapid * ,
Iowa , highly spoken of by the lending
papers , You should secure a certlficati
at once. Write fur circulars and uppli
SOME FLORIDA PRODUOTH.
The Pest of Fleas , Tlclie. Snattes and
uthor Lively Creatures.
A. Florida letter say a : Moro feared
just now by the traveler in Florida
thin the Indians are her insuotu. In
some seasons the flea Is onmlpreoon
and innumerable. Ho Is recognize
in polite society. Ticks abound 1 :
the cattle pastures. They consist eon
on India-rubber Back attached to i
small cork-screw head , which latte
they insert under your cuticle an
through which they draft your pre
cious oanguinous fluid into the sack.
You are apprised of ono's presence by
suddenly fooling a protuberance ai
largo as a buckshot , occasioned by tin
extension of the sack. Yon attomp
to prag It off , but succeed only it
polling the body away , after whlcl
you can dig out the head at your lots
uro with your huntlng-knlfcr Th
red bag Is to bo found on nearly ai
the hunting grounds , near fres
water , exactly where you doslro t
encamp , and Is very apt to appear 1
a uwarm when ho comes , 1 canno
describe him , as I have never subjooto
him to mioroscnplo examination. Ti
the nkked eye ho has the appearanc
of a light prick from the point of i
very fine noadle. He barrows entire
ly under the cuticle. The poison Is
saro la Its action , the Irritation is in
sufferable , and the general result Is aero .
ere u large as a half dollar , whloh
will resist oaro for weeks. Jiggers
exist in some localities. They gen
erally Insinuate themselves between
the fingers and toes and deposit an
egg , from whloh Is hatched a worm
that In many cases , In addition to
great pain , causes serious lameness
and Inconvenience . Mosquitoes'af
ter the 1st of May , become a terrible
pest- They are of the small black
variety , exceedingly poisonous , como
In clouds , and make life unendurable
in some localities. Bat the worst of
all , to hunter or fisherman , Is the
sand fly. He comes all at oner , and
his name is legion. Yon are banting
on the sea beaoh , among the man
groves and palmettos , er anchored In
a bay or oat in ono of the keys , when
the brocza suddenly dies out. A cobweb -
web of fire falls upon forehead , cheeks ,
neck and honhs , and fills np your eyes ,
ears , nootrlls and mouth. Blind ,
breathless , sere and suffering , there Is
nothing for It but to surrender at once
and ran or row for your life. They
are Infinltosmal black goats , resem
bling those whloh are the pests of the
Lake Superior forests , and are so light
that the smallest breath of the breeze
Is sufficient to relieve you of them ,
otherwise they would render some re-
During several years' rambling in
Flerlda I have mot but ono serpent
a poor little moccasin running away
with a minnow at the Lake Polnsott
landing , and bolng whipped to death
by a half-dozen grown men. On that
occasion I oympathlzad with the snake
On another , a rattlesnake ran over my
foot when my attention was otherwise
diverted , bat was soon by my comoan-
lonn. He treated mo politely. I re
ciprocated and did not hunt him ,
There are said to bo numbers of black
and mllksnakes , which are inoffensive ,
bat it la not likely that there is on the
average ono poisonous reptile to five
square miles In Florida. Accident !
sometimes result , however , from In
cautiousness of tholr presence. QA
gentleman at Fort Meyers stopped enl
of his house upon a dark night IBS' '
February , was stricken by a rattier ,
and died next day , The burning o
the woods and gran Annually by the
oattlo men has pretty nearly exter
minated them ,
Oa the rarely frequented streams
and swamps of South Florida alligators
are still very numerous , and Inorodl
bio stories are told of tholr slzo. They
are harralois and gamoloss as logs.nnc
are rarely molested except by north
ern visitors , Gophers abound every
where In the sand hills. They are
laud tortoises , whoso shells are some
times a foot In diameter and fourteen
or fifteen Inches In length , who bur
row In the ground , and tholr holes are
troublesome to a rapid rider through
the wooda. The goper Is cdlblo , and
Is said to stow up pretty nearly ns well
as the diamond-backed terrapin. The
green turtle abounds in Indian river ,
and the turtle crawl of St. Luce a
closed stockade pen sot In three foot
foot of water Is rarely without thirty
or forty paddling Inmates. They are
shipped alive hence to Jacksonville
and thence to Now York. Qaall are
very abundant , as are Knglian snipe ;
wild turkeys are found In the huntIng -
Ing range. Door are abundant ,
but after the early portion of
winter are extremely shy. The
Indians lying about St. Lnco , watting
for the Jacksonville schooner ,
slaughter them in Daoombor for their
hides In great numbers and drlvo
thorn toward the thick hummock.
They are scarcely half so largo as the
northern door , bat the venison Is
much moro tender and delicate. JJjars
are killed daring the summer In num
bers along the sea beach , whore they
wander in search of turtle eggs. Wild
oats arc common , of both the black
and spotted varieties. Every settled
neighborhood has Its panther , or
"tlggor , " which makes havoo mnongst
the nogs and calves. An old fellow
ranges about St. Luce that has pretty
nearly cleaned ont nil the pork along
ton miles of the river. A few even
ings ago ho drove the dogs at a farm
house just below us under the dwell
ing and responded to the cilcs of a
sick child so well that wo might have
mistaken his utterance for that of
Having been troubled for many yean
with kidney disease , with severe pains in
my back and limbs my ankles at times
were badly swollen I was advised to go to
the hospital for treatment , which I did ou
the advice of a friend , but found no relief ,
at least only cf a temporary nature , and I
had given np nil hope of a euro until my
hunband was advised t'i wo Hunt's Rem
edy by a friend who uad used It and been
cured of n sovnro case of dropiy nnd kid
ney trouble. I procured A bottle , and had
not used one-half of the bottle before I be
gan to be better , no pain In the back , nm
the swelling of my limbs commenced to go
down , and my appetite was much bettor
fur I had bocomu so bad that all I ate dls
tressed mo very much. It was really dys
pepsla. combined with the other troubles ,
nucl I nave used four bottles , and nm abli
to do my work and attend to householc
duties which before had been a burden tome
mo , and I oin only thnnk Hunt's Kumodv
for the health and happiness which I now
enjoy , and esteem it n great privilege enc
duty to give you this letter In behalf of nr
many suffering lady friends in Boston am
the country , and can cnly cay In conclu
sion that if you once try it you will be
convinced UR I wn > . oven agnlntt my on
will , that Hunt's Remedy is indeed a wo
Yon are at liberty to mo this for the !
benefit if you so choono.
Respectfully yourn ,
Miw WM. GHAT ,
Hotel Goldsmith. 1410 Tremont Street
Boston , April 25 , 1843.
A DAGQAQE MASTER'S PRIUGE.i
Mr. H. UAUNT , bnggagt-maater on East
ern Railroad , says :
"I have need Hunt's
Remedy , the grea
kidney and llvor medicine , in my fauill
for months. It was rcconr mended by frlem
In Portsmouth who liivo been cured u
kidney troubles , nnd I find it just an re
resented and worth its weight iu gold. Al
wlfo is using It for dyspepsia , nnd hna in
proved so rapidly that I cheerfully indors
it aa family medicine of real merit , an
I would not be without It.1'
April 27 , 1883.
ALL TIME ,
Biz vein old , ilrcd by Almont , he by Alexan
der Abdtllah. Dim , On Time , by War Danco.
Alee the Standard-bred Stallion
Three rears oldslr d by Almont Lightning , by
Four years old , 2:11 : , by Beliorial , Beliorial WM
by Aleiander's Abdallah.
Will make the season at my place on 20th St. ,
two blocks west of Or en Slreet on , at 13 * 00
each. Mares not proving In foil can ke returned -
ed nextieason fit * of charge , The money must
be pMd Invariably In advance. For further par
ticular * sou or addrus
ED. REED ,
m 3-eod m&e 1m Omaha , Neb.
K JTAIJUHUKU IBM.
IIDE QPIUNQ ATTAOnMENT-NOT PATENI
A. J. SIMPSON.
1(00 and Hll Dodge Strcat ,
angV-mo6m OMAHA , NIB.
MAVERIOK NATIONAL BANK.
Cor , Water and Congress Streets.
CAPITAL , - - 8400.0OO
STJUPLUH , - - 8 1 OO.OOU
TrnnsactB a general Banking bualneua , lie-
oeivea the accounta of Banks , Bankers and
others. Draws Foreign Exchange and
makes Oable Tranafera In Europe and Tel *
egraphlo Tranafera of Money throughout
the United States , Buys and nelU Gov
ernment and other Investment Securities ,
and executes any'bunlnesa for its Corre *
opondenta iu the line cf Banking.
ADA P. POTTEF President.
J. J. EDDY , Oathler.
J. W. WORK , A 't Caihler.
PEIISONAL "I'arts of the human boilj
putarxeu , develnjxxl and strengthened , " eto.tl
an InUroutlnf advert'wment ' Ion ; run In out
. In reply to ir * ) lrlou we will say thai
- Eper. no evidence ( f humbUK about this Ou
the cooUary , the advertlitcn air very hluhly In-
dorwd laierixtedpenoasmay get sealed clr
oitlan rlvlnf Ul porikwUrs , rlrln ? all portico
Ian , by addxMninir Eri Uad&l Oo , . F. 0.
618. nofl 4g N. Tt-Ulo Kf < n . . p'j '
> nc.l l < f the ttrAln or
f , 'I ? illltlfB < VOl ( < rJKhfwort : , o r o-
. iMm'iMnti an1 ! ut t tor ? brill n < rtr taf ,
Hop HltUM M ) a t Hor9 <
If jcmMjroni ml | mirerl.-uf .ntratt * JLV
il ctlon or tll lpnl tllin ) It TOUM tf/IL-
Her. 01 lBiri , old of I * outff , TU eruii jrr >
ronrh ttb or Unmilili I Jnir it tTifi _ l > .
titic , rely on H O pjB lttor * .
uinat a.i MV
wfunetir you frcl from * i'
ihii jour j fm f , uf K fl a . * ) * -1
tiM clcftntlr.ff , ton f ! > diip M Uiat oUCn
HIST or fttltntilMlri . I h vAt > o nrreieTit9
1 I Urk tlmclr taa <
$ * Hop HcpSHtow
ltt r * .
Pfviid , Jtldnfi Onl. O
! -n fwcloto
of tt > ' fo wiM na IrrttifA-
NiinU. ttood , HOP Ida care lot
Mwr ot nrn'M > drafcnoM. .
UM at uptdu ,
Ton tableau , IT
Hop Bltt rj
jplw f k n J NEVER
ill it mny
llfo. ft hn
d rod 0
An excellent Tonlo and Appe *
tizerof fxiulsltn n vor , linn ) tha
wlioln world over. Ouro * liytpc [ > -
MA. NrnnupncM , HcatJAchu , lie *
Mlltjr. KMornmJ ARUO , Dlnrrhcr *
nmlall ill ontrr > o ( the HlfteHIro
OrnniiJ. II Imparts a ( Idleloui
fU or to Rl < ui of chntiipaKnG.
Irinunnjo , mnin , itnc ! nil drinks.
Try It , Tha ( tenulno Angostura
Ditteri I" nindo by Dr. J. u. It.
SmiiHT.VSovii. 8 M by all Drug ,
glit * , Urocennncl Liquor Uctlcm
J. W. WUPPERMAN , Sole Agent , (
51 Broadway , H , Y.
PILE OINTMENT $ 50
o " * . : ECJBOX XO
I > H j * . XVTXl'S
Fever and Agno Tonlo Cordial. . .1 00
STANDARD LIVER PILLS. . . 2
SURE ODKE FOB CORNS 25
( Warranted or money refunded. )
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Manufactured by W. J. Whltehouso , 003 North
Oth St. Omaha Neb. D "
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC Q
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC O
SWIFT'S ' SPECIFIC Q
CURES ECZEMA ,
W REMOVES ALL TAINT.
GREAT BLOOtt REMEDY
OF THE AGE.
Write for full particulars to
SWIFT SPECIFIC 00
, . Atlanta.Ga . ,
SOLD BY" ALL DRUQQISrS.
$1 to 81-75 nor Bottlo-
17 Bt Ohsu-leaBt , 82M.OUIB Mo.
A REOULAB ORADDATK of two inedlc *
aoll ge8has been longer engaged In tbe treat
ment of OIIRONIO , NERVOUS. SKIN AND
ILOOD Diseases than any other physician In 81.
iQUls as city papers show and all old resident *
now. Consultation fits and Invited. When U
is Inconvenient to visit the city for treatment ,
medicines can be sent by mall or express every
where. Curable cases guaranteed ; where douM
xlsto It Is frankly staled. Call 01 write.
Nerrona prostration , Debility , Mental
.nd . Physical Weakness , Mercurial md
ther affections of Throat. Bkln and Bone *
Hood Impurities ) and Blood Poisoning ,
Bkln AflooUonj. Old Sorea and Uleeri ,
jnpedimenta to Marriage , Ubeumatlan ,
'lies. Special attention to cumea from
iTer-workedAotn. HURUIOAL OA8K8
eoelve Bpcclafllrttcntlon. Diseases arising
rom Imprudetfce , KioemeB , Indulgences !
n/rr-r-n-n * ? , who } ' ° ° t , why ,
. . .
* * * * l. causes
, consequent * !
and curs. Sealed ( or 2So postage or stampt.
Authorlicd by the stito to treat
Cbronlc.Nervou ] and Private dis
eases , A'thma , Epilepsy , Rheu
matism , Pll , Taio | Wurm , Urin
ary aud Bkln Disease * , Hrewn ,
WIAKNMS ( nlzht losses ) SBIUIL
DKBILITT ( Ices ol sexual power ) Etc. Curesguar
anteed or money refunded. Ghargrsloir. Thou
sands of cases cured. No Injurious nnxllclnet
used No detention from business. All medi
cines furnished even to patlenU at a distance ,
Consultation free ahd conlldentlal call or write.
Age and experience are Important. A BOO for
xith sexrs Illustrated and circulars of other
things sent staled for two So stomps. FKEK
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
FOR OLD AHD YOCNO , MAU AMD Faam.
Weak llcinciry , Loss of Brain Power , Prostration
Weakness and general Loeu of Power. It repairs
itrciiRhthens the enfeebled brain and rcetores
mirprlaing tone and to
vltfor the exhausted or-
pns. The experience of thousands proven It to
bo an Invaluable remedy. Price , JI.OO a bottle ,
or six or W. for sale by all drupels , or eeni
secure _ from . . observation . _ _ on receipt of price bv
T C-l..l. p. O. BJJ .J Q Rt'
The Great Popular Remedy for Piles.
Bare cure for Blind , Bleeding & Itching f
And all forms of Hcmorrholdal Tumors.
Thoeo Srrrosrrouu act direct' ' ? m > on ths
coatai of the Blood Vessels , and by their astrtnwnl
eBecta gently force the blood from thu iwollsn
tumors , andby making the coats of the velnj
Ktrong , prevent their refilling , and hence a radi
cal euro la sure to follpw tholr ui . , Pike. IS
cenU a box. For sale bV al drupirlstil. or ssnf by
'of price , ' "
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