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    OMAHA DAILY BEE-TUESDAY" , .1 LTJY 20 , 1881 ,
IT CUH 3 WHEN action. It la n , eato ,
, A1J. OTHER MED1. lire and epe ly euro
CINE3 FAIL , as it And hun
eta dredi have
nM AT ONCE on been cured
the KIDNEYS , by It when
lAVETl and BOW. phytlcLinnand
SL3 , roitorins Crionda hod
them to a healthy Kiren them up
lodlo.
IT is BOTHSA""SAFE CURE"
and a "SPECIFIC. "
" "
, Jt Cimns nil l > ls""oar of Ibo Kl.lnrjfl ,
J.ltrr , Illnrlilcr anil frlnnry < > r iui |
DropHj , ( iHuel , DlatirlCR , llrlHlit'H
Illxciuic , 1'nlns In tlio Hack , I.nlno ,
or Mile , Krlrntlan
or Nmi-Kc-
tcntlon of Urlur , Nervann
IJsci-mcs , Jnnmllcci lllllouancHn ,
'Ilcnilnchc , Snnr Mninncli , D.VKprp-
nln , Cunnt 11 > u t lou and 1'llon.
1 1. : : AT
CS-TAKE NO OTHER.TO
Send for Illustrated ramphlct of SoUd Tee.
UmoniAls of Abaoluto Cures.
HUNT'S UUJtUlir CO. ,
rroTtilrn'-p , 11. T.
DOES
WONDERFUL
CURES OF
KIDNEYPISEA3ES
AND
LIVER COMPLAINTS ,
llccnmn It nets on the MYUK , HOAVELS and
KID.MiS : at the n.nnir lime.
It eleatuies the srstom of the poison
ous humors that dorelopo in Kidney nnd Uri *
xuiry Diseases , Biliousness. Jaundtro , Conotlpn *
tton , Piles , or in llncuinatlam , N ouralgla , lier *
vous Claonlcra and all Female Complaints.
DT SOLID PROOF OF 1111S.
IT wni sunKLr cnun
CONSTIPATION , PILES ,
and RHEUMATISM ,
By caualcc ITLHE ACTION cf all the ergons
and functions , thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw offdisoaso.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst forms of thcno terrlblo diseases
have boon quickly relieved , nnd in a short Urno
PERPCCTLY CUnCD.
rr.icr , ti. i.iquo ait nnv , SOLO vDIICCCUTS. .
Dry can bo sent by mall.
WELL3 , RIC1IAHD30N & Co. , Burllncton , Vt.
3 b ml lUmp for Diary Alminie Tvr 1 : > S1.
THE BRUNSWICK , BALKE , COL-
LENDER COMPANY ,
[ 3UCCES30US TO THE J. II. B. i 13 CO.J
frHE MONARCH
The mott extensive m&nufactorcreol
IN TUB WORLD.
$09 S. Tenth Street OMAHA , NEE
tsrPfa \ of nilllrcl and Pool Tableland matorlalj
arnehed on application.
Nebraska Cornice
AND-
MANUFACTtJRKItB OF
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
X5 oymoa- Ixa-dox ro ,
FINIALS , WINDOW GAPS ,
TIN , IRON AND SLATE ROOFING ,
PATF.NT IfCTALlO
, Vcriuians , OfBto trd Ir.n
fialllnCT. Wlmlovr and Cellar Un r > "tn
In tboDlfttlct Court InrUcnylaH County Nebraska.
HeUhriro ICcan , p'alntllT , M 1'atjrlckll. Kean , de.
( mil lit.
Tol'atorlrk Kcan nin-rotlilOTit , defendant.
Ton a > o heruliy natlflid tint 'nthui3il ( lav nf July
IM , uoittirluo Ko4ii 11 od a jictltlnn arilnM jcu In
thnnlntrlit con tut Dnuzlai county , JJcbr < k , the
object and pruiur of ulilchari ) to . ; t.wln a cl'virfo
fr < in you and the ca-o ami ru < tody of your minor
chl'il , on the Rroun "t'otfluco tour mirrli n to
plalnllllyon h.vu bccino an liablcual ilinndrard ,
nd h vo f llod to gapport her for more than t o
tvcoyi'aidUBt patt.
You are reiju cd to answer raid petition on or bo
fora Monday , the 8th dsy of "cntcmu-r IS1 * * .
KKlTHIUVR KEAN , I'Ulntlff.
Br J. P. Fnill h , J J , O'lONNOll , hfr attorneys.
Jy 2auz 6-12 IB
( i7 St. Chorlps St. , fit. I.onis Ho.
A rriular irduaU of lw M. llt.l Colttjf I , bai UPD looser
vngiced In the * pf lallrcaiiiirnl of CaBoiir , NIBVOI.I , HKIN
Him litonb Iuai Mlhan aur elher l' rlclaD lu 01. LoaU ,
J ellpapcra * how and all alj icklJenu know
Nervous Prostration , Debility , Mental and
Physical Weakness ; Mercurial and other Aflec >
( Ions of Throat , Skin or Denes , Blood Poisoning ,
Old SorCS and Ulcers , an > Irtaltd llh oofirtllelid
Muerrn , ou latcil > ctfDlltlo prloelrle * . fla aljr Trlialely.
Diseases Arising from Indiscretion , Excess ,
Exposure or Indulgence , hich produce * > me of tb <
l llo lo ( Ocelli uer > im l ii , dtbllur , Olmciu of > llbl
and il < fMll > * memory , | lrapc ! en tht face , pbrileal decar ,
Bnrilontolbi loeltlrtmatei , confu-Ha or ldraict& .
renderlne llarrloco Improper or unhappy. ar
| . , rmiueolljcur a , famplilet | ! l ftirn llie ibore , lenl
4q lealed eotilope , free lo oy addren. ConiultAtlOQ atof *
A Positive Wriircn Guarantee
Clrei In all eorableeaiei , Utdlcloti icnt tTer ; hire.
FamphleK * Enaltah or Orrman , Oi paffei. rl
aanblnE above dlboaaco , In inolo or female , irO.Z& .
MARRIAGE GU3DE I
llloitrated In elolti tnddll llodloj.
l , Scientific , Commercial and Art Popart
mtnlr. II 'Hi Btio tutmUUd Tuition low , i
IcL'ihoap , Ketol lodctv Fu'/ ! ciinijio-l ficult >
irAilJrc' for iwrtlcuUrs , Her. W. W. Uutha
O. I ) . I'rwldent. or I'ttt , 0 M , Vo * Ulet Btoretary
( the Faculty , UelloT c , Neb , , Jjr me ! 3
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,
Mcctlnjf of tlio Trio on Hat
unlnjr lifiHt.
SATTKIUY , July 20 , 1884.
Board mot pursuant to adjournment.
Prctsont , commissioners Knight nnd
O'lCcettb.
The following resolutions were
ndoptcd :
Jtcsoh'cd , Thnt the county treasurer
bo , and ho is hereby , instructed to cnnco
dog tax for year 1883 against Davic
Bradshaw on account of error in assess
tnont.
Jicsoh'td , That the county treasurer
bo , and is hereby , iustructod to reduce
the valuation of lots 13 nnd 14 , block 0
Boggs A lIUl's addition , from ? 500"oach
to $500 for both of said lots on nccount
of error in copying by assessor.
The clerk was instructed to notify the
overseer of highways , south Distrid
I'latto Valley prooinct , to suspend nil
work on rend No. ISO , B. , running between
tween sections 29 and 32 , township 1C ,
range 10 , until further orders of the
board.
The following accounts were nllowcd
iminnn FUND.
Vnn Dohrati & Slmmerson , ono
brldpo ? SOO 00
C. A. llubhaid , freight paid US SO
" ' " ' CO 03
no At ) KC.ND.
J. A. Tnjlor , ditcliiiiR 48 C,1
V A , KMiiaKH , ru.-vl apprnltCM ! J Ol )
H. lllmbiugh , " " .TOO
W. Uowlinir , work on mail 09 0 (
V. Hclso " " 1'J 00
1'otor GOOB , npprniw on roiul 3 ( X
O. II. IJrown , woik on roail 21 ( ir
J. Walsh , repairing roads , etc L'O Cl
OKNK1U1 , Kt'Nl ) .
P. A. IHeronot , bailiff fpoa 12 00
A. T. SiiMvmt.wHneaj " ( i 00
h. Grebe , bailiff " 4G 00
1) . N. Miller , expound to insnno
hoapitnl 'J9 00
C. CarUon , witiios&foa immlorCASH. Ci > K
G.Snnford , " ' CD 0 ! )
11. Btnwn , " " 000
O. H. Smith , " " 4 00
L 35. Wood , " " OJ
lI.TImmo , " " 030
O. Smith , witncFafcomurdercaso. . CO 0 < l
T. Ilyan , " " " " . . GOTO
J. Shields , talcs juror 0 Ofl
J. Knrr , work at poor farm H 00
F. Steven , " " " " H 00
f O'lJoyle , witno'sfeo 4 (0 (
J. Uerry , " " 2 4' )
. ) K , 1'rice , ' " 4 03
Twenty persons , spouial jurors GO 00
X. Stovans , Krocerics lor poor 0 < 5i
W. J. liroatch , haidvvarofor Co. . . . 39
Adjourned to the 30th insr.
U. T. LnAVirr , ,
County Clork.
Ilorsfr.rd'a Actil i'nohpliato.
KEWAIU : OF IMITATIONS.
Imitations and counterfeits have again
appeared. Bo sure that tlio word
"iioiisronn's" is on the wrapper. None
are genuine without it.
A SERIOUS RUNAWAY ,
Jlrs.Murray IsTlirowa From a "Wafjon
at.tl lius an Ann Broken.
Yesterday about 10 o'clock a.m. as Mrr.
Murray , who kcops a small store tit the
barracks , was coming into the city aho
mot with a aerioua accident.
She was accompanied by her little girl
and had gotten as far along Sixteenth
street as Win. Gentleman's store , when
ono of Jardino's teams attached to
heavy wagon , dashed down the street
and struck the hind wheels of the wagon
in which Mrs. Murray and her child were
seated.
The wagon was overthrown by the
shock and the woman and her child were
thrown to the ground. The woman had
ono of her logs broken and was otherwise
injured.
The little girl escaped with n few
bruises , none of which are serious.
The lady was carried into a neighbor
ing house and medical assistance sum
moned.
It vraa a serious accident but ono of
that class it seems almost impossible to
prevent.
4ZTWHI DrpSHCtl IVopIo don't wear
clingy or faded things when the lOc. ami guar-
nntQOil Diamond Dye will iiinko thorn good IIH
iiftw. They nro pcr'nct. ' Got Ht ( Iruff JHtu nnd
bo ccoounilc.il. U'cllx , UicUurUdOii i'c CD. ,
Iltirlli gton , Vt.
Mulliall'rt Hide.
To the Editor of IKK ttr.K :
DKAU PJK : 1 wish to give you iny aidu
of the story in regard to an item which
appeared in The Dispatch , headed "Mul-
hall's guilt. " For aovoral weeks before
this alleged trouble occurred , my chickens -
ons were killed at the nUo of from four
to six a day. On Friday , thu 18th inst. ,
as I was preparing to go to my work , my
daughter came into the house and told
rno that Shinrock'a ' hired girl was killing
the chickens with a dog. My wife was
alck in bed at the time and who wont to
; ot up and I told her to stay vrhoro she
was , and that I would go over to Mrs.
Shinrock'a and ask her if it was with her
permission that the girl was killing tha
chickens. I wont to Mrs. Shinrock's
'ront door and knocked twice , receiving
no answer , although she ( Mrs. Shinrock )
and her hired girl were in plain sight of
mo standing in her kitchen. I went
wound to the kitohon door and said
good evening to Mrs. Shiiirock. 1 then
nquircd of her if it was with her per.
mission that the hired girl was killing
ho chickens with ' the dog ,
and she told mo it was. I
hen told her in a quiet way that if nho
iras going to make war on the chickens I
rould make war on the dog and that the
icxt time 1 found the dog in my yard
: hat I would shoot him , She told that
Shinrock paid taxes for the dog and that
[ would not dare to shoot him without
an order from the city marahal , and
then ] it would have to lie a policeman
that would shoot the dog. 1 turned up
my coat-collar showing a star to the lady
and tolling her I was a special policomun
and that I could ehoot the dog on my
promises without an order from the mar
shal. Mrs. Shinrock answered mo Ly
euying ( hat I need not try to bulldczo or
frighten her by showing a star as 1 waa
only n watchman in the lumber yards. 1
told the lady I did not wish to either
frighten or bulldoze her but that I could
shoot the dog on 'my own promises with
out an order from the tnarahnl. 1 then
shook tny linger at the hired girl telling
her that if I could I would have her ar
rested for killing the chickens and also
that I would try and make her
pay for what _ ho hud killed.
1 now denounce it as n malicious fatso-
hood for any person to say thai 1 pointed
n pistol at Mrs. Shinrock , or that I had n
revolver in my hand whllo t wn on lior
promises. A man that would draw n ro
volvcr on i\l woman under any circum
stances Is n coward ntul deserves to bo
punished to the fullest extent of the
law , and those who know mo can vouch
for it that 1 am no coward. I have
Hvod in this city since 1807 nnd nearly
all that time was spent In the U. I * .
blacksmith shop [ and 1 can safely say
that 1 have boon au honoat , law abiding
citizen and can prove the same by my
follow workmen , The homo that 1 h vo
made for my family in this city has been
earned by mo and my Arlfo by honest ,
careful and frugal industry. Strictly
temperate in my habits , my wages aroused
used for the benefit of my family , and I
ewe no man a cent. In regard to the
statement made that my wife told mo to
shoot Mrs. Shinrock and the do , _ it js
falao. She never said such a thing in
my hearing. When I loft the house to
go OTor to Shinrock'a she was in bed
vrhou 1 returned she was standing nthur
own back door. The cause of all ( his
trouble and persecution is because Mrs ,
Shiuirock and her children were ordered
by my wife elF from our premises. She
was all the time quarruling with the
children on tlio sidewalk , and she haa
followed my children into my yard with a
stick in her h-wd. Now , Mr. Kditor ,
they state that Mrs. Shinrock's testimony
is supported by several witnesses. The
only witnesses she had tosupjiorthortesti-
inony was liur hired girl. This girl in n
greenhorn only n fnw months from Don-
mark. Mrs. KUo Miosol , the other wit
ness , was in her own yard , with o tight
board fence , eight foot high , between her
and Mrs. Shimrock. She admitted in
her testimony that she hoard mo say
something about shooting , and then she
went in the houso. There were novonxl
other witnesses brought to the police
court by these parties for the purpose of
injuring my character , but they did not ,
nor could not do that. In conclusion 1
wijih to aay , Mr. Editor , that t was un-
tnirly do.ilt with. I was told by respectable -
able parties that it was a put up job , aim
that it wiis all cut and dried heforoit
went to the police court. Ronpoctfully ,
WILLIAM MULIIAIL >
Don't lo Fnliit-licartcd.
If voit are in trouble , look up. hold on , fitro
the blues good by. If you iiroin pain , have n
liunoncSH , huvo an .iclm uf any kind , RO to the
tlnigRlstnnil nsk him for Thomn ? Ktltctric ( Jtl.
It will do you good uvory timo.
Statesmen ,
Chicago TiniCB July HI.
i Ex-Senator Chafleo , of Colorado , was at
the Grand Pacific ypnterday. llo had
just como from Now York and was full of
iflaino IIOWB. "Wo are going to carry
New York sure , " ho said to the Time.H re
porter , "and with it will carry the coun
try. "
"I3ut what about the confuronco of in
dependents hold in Now York yestor-
daj ? '
"Ye ? , they had quito a mooting and
will poll a good many vote ? , but then , wo
will got moro Irish votoj to counterbal
ance thorn , and 1 think wo will carry
Now York city. "
"Honestly ) "
"Yos , I think wo will. "
"But , why should liluino got the Irish
vote ? "
"Well , ho is ijoing to and there is no
use of arguing the question. "
"How will Colorado go ? "
"Republican. "
"But it elected a democratic governor
two years ago ? "
"Yes , I know it did , but it will go re
publican this timo. "
The senator is looking a good deal
botor than ho did when ho was hero ut
the convention , and norms to have got n
good deal of the Grant-Ward trouble oil'
his mind.
OOVEKKOll .SHRll.MAK.
Governor Sherman was at the Tromont
yesterday. "Tho republicans are going
to carry Iowa this fall , " ho said in an-
diver to a question by a Times reporter ,
"and wo will not como far short of our
usual majority. "
" the democrats and
"Suppose green
back ore effect n fusion ? "
"Wo can carry the state in the face of
any fusion. "
"Can you enforce the present prohibi
tory law ? "
"Wo will try hard , and I think wo
will succeed. Iowa has always boon a
law-abiding state , and I see no reason
why the citizans of it will not respect
this law as well as any other. It was
rightfully adopted , and I think it will bo
operative. "
"But will It not drive many Gorman
votes out rf the republican party ? '
"It may drive some , but wo will easily
repluco them. "
"How about congressmen this fall ? "
"I think wo will regain our loot
ground with the exception perhaps of
the Second ( Sturphy's ) district. That
sooma to bo badly democratic. "
sMini , or VUUMONT.
J. G. Smith , of Vermont , onwo gover
nor of that Btato , and now president of
railroad at the I'almor house
n , waa yes
terday. lie is a republican , and said ho
thought iho democrats had made a mis
take in nominating Cleveland. "TJu-y
would have dona better , " ho said , "to
liavo nominated Biyard. Cleveland has
no record and no experience. "
"Has ho not had moro than lilaino ( "
"Yes , if you mean executive ex
perience ; ho has boon governor of a great
state , but ho has not had experioncu in
iittional nffilrs. To bo sure , wo oil
hought when Arthur was nominated ho
van a weak and incompetent man , and
10 afterwards allowed himself u good
> rcaidont. The tariff will , however , bo
ho main iasuo of the campaign.
TELrau\a'nic NOTES.
A Blnlno and I ; off a D cluli of over fivu linn-
Irod members won organized at Peoria last
Lord Randolph Cliurch'll ' lmi detonninod
or tlio flake of unity to retlrn from tha cluilr-
niuiaklp of tlio ConBcrvfttivo Union , nml noin-
natufl Sir Michael Hlcka lioach an lila otic-
ce'Bor.
Tlio retail butchers of Now York lait night
nilopted resolutions plrdgfng thu moinhcrn of
In association to din onruf-o the Halo of Chicago
cage dreHuul buuf. About unit hundred firnm
were repreaen ted.
1'arnoll lion given nollco to Introduce the
mention In tliu commons concerning tlio
hreutened Htiollatioii of the pro | > aKimU
irnpurty ut J { 'in , whctuln Jriuh Catholic *
nro Jargoly intcrc te < l ,
At Ooenn Orovo , N. .T. . last evening OeorRo
\V. JUin , f Ki-ntuclty ili'livi-rml the cloning
ectura to tli j National 'J'emperuncoJ socloty.
it-Senator Conklln ? occupied n Boat on tlio
ilutform , and warmly congratulated ilr.
l.iiu ,
1 [ he train dltpatcheni pn the rairn | ( In ccn-
tnjiiifj in Ht. IxiuU lii-lil a ino liiiK tlmrn last
light , took | irolliiuntry utepi to
.Mocidtmn , and olBctod HvJntj- (
thu cati nil oonvuntlon tu ho hold at
villu Augut'J Jlh ,
The ( rrnenbiwk party convnntion at Dayton ,
Jhlo , lant night no ninatml ai ntutu tlc ol ,
necrotary of Btatc , IVtor Harro * ! , Carroll couii'
ty ; judga of HUprerau court , Jumui 13 , ( Jroguu ,
nf Hocking : rloetors-ivt latRo , .1 < hn Seitz , ol
Soncu * , ftnd l\nl l Wllli' , of Tu c.\rftWa ,
A Rf ntl torchlliihtvroccsiliin ami wolcomc
to th * rotnrnipg dpf | t" t th iiAtlotinlili < m
i 5 atlo cnn oniion took p nw in Sin Krnn
cinci ) Kst evonlnff. U wn4 nr a mile in
Imik'th nnd comprUod nil Uift | nhti.-M orcnm
lAtionn In tlio cltr. Tho'tlretti ' were jnminail
> vith uprctatoni , who rent thu air IMi chfora
for Clovolnnil nnd Hemlricks M Uia pnicca
tion pacfloil by.
Olllcor I.tUKhllu , shot nt MmunAmhs | * ? nl
nrdtv liy rouglin whom ho wai Irylnp t.inrrpnt ,
died MunJity evening. C Ullfiiy , hi * nllcgoil
dlnyer , WAS tpcrotly rtinovril from jail l > y the
otlicGM to ptovcnt roi > otitliin of not .lint
previous to hi" iloath , Mcl.atiglilin made n
ntnteintnit ton priest , oxpren4hitho | hope that
the mob would ftbitMn fiom all \l"lciu-i' nml
that the munleror bo ( riven ft Mr trial. Me
l.aiu'hlln rciniottod hU tlesirp * to bo m.nlo
known to the mob. with the entreaty that hl <
J ) Ing wither bo obscn oil.
V burglar t Homo yo'tcrday In wonu < n'
clothes , entered Iho house tlo'cridiil In H w
thorno's "Marblo F un" i "IliliU'n Abode , "
occupied by nil Amorlcvi hdr , who on sin-
jiklon minimonml a policeman , \\lio confronted
the Imrglnr. The robber ilrow n rtnoher
nml the pollc'minn stood nnUlc uhun tlio bur-
Klar tloil. A crowd quickly etlbprod
anil pursued tlio burglar , who during hit ( light
lokt hli bead po.tr. roti'aluiR his t > t , Tlut
crowd cmipht the culnrit mul after irvoroly
beatiiiR him , baogod him.
IIAAVKI5VM HOKUOHS.
A Colorotl SJnu Stalin n Hint Ion
Katrvl Vninlly V"arrcl ,
,1 uljr W. ( Seorgo Itelil.color-
oJ , tu nlpht stabbed K. H. iDfainnont , utation-
( \Ront at Kly , ton milet south of Cellar Hnpiclc.
The Uctim iliocl sbnont iinmnllntrly. llonn.
tnont Imili'jectt'il Uild from the depot for
profanity mul vultf-irlty. Tim IIPRIO
c.iitunnl ) ami brought to Cellar Ilipiils.
A family minirel in Irnhalhy , on the
Coilnr rlvor bolDW Codnr lUpliln , iiwultcil In
thn fatal xtabbincr of U.in ( Jill by one ( jiililoy
mul two DriNcollhoyH. Ttvoof iho rwaiulanta
were c.tpmro 1 ntul jaUeil at Tip.ou ,
CIIICAOO , July "S Thi < rivalry
iinonir the \ urloiH IllinoU cities by the tinea
loin whe.ro to locate thi ilutuncr.itlo hoatliimr ]
ti'r for the CJin.n\Tii | In th'n ' Htateha3 boun lin-
nlly eoltloil by fi < lo ting Chicago in the placo.
TEST TOUR BAMGMDER TO-DAY !
i adrrl tl cd as ntiMilu'rtjrm ] \
THE TESTt
r'lrpnnntondownon n liuttturnuntilhpatnl.tnn
rvinovu thn fovnr mul mnell. A cln inut U' ' '
uuirod loduocl thojiu'sonco ot amniuiiUu
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS IlLiLTIlKL-VKSS IUS NEVER HIM ltISTIU\EI ) ,
In million ImmM for a qnnrifr of a century It liu
stoutl tin. eanvunipra * rollablu tet ,
THE TESTOFTHE OVEN.
_ _
PRICE BAKING 1'OWDEIl CO. ,
UAKimn or
Dr , Price's ' SDBCialFlayorii Extracts ,
TU ktronc tDeBtdlltloui d natural Otter Lno n , nd
Dr. Price's Lupulln Yeast Gems
Tor Light , Hcaltlir Ilrrni ) . The lio.t Dry Hop
Yeatt lu th World.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
CHICAGO * - ST. LOUIS.
Tne me ol the term " Shot
Lino" lu connection with thi
corporate name ota ( front rend ,
con > ey > an Idcaot tutuhut
roqulrod by the traveling nab
lie it Hhort Line , Quick 'rimi
and tha Led of kccommod *
tlons all of which no ftuo
hod by the KroMcst railway In Amoilc * .
And St. Paul.
It owns and opcreteg over 4,600 miles of
'lorthern IIllooli , Wisconsin , Minnesota , Iowa
) .koti ; anil ua la main lluuu , liranches and oonueo
lena reach all the irrcat liualno s control of th <
Northwest Bad Kar West , H naturally siwwtrii Iti
Jcflorlptlim of Bliort Line , and Hcut Ilouto betweoa
Chloijo , llilwaukco , Ht. I'aul and Minneapolis.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Lu Crowo and Wlnon.v.
ChloaKO , Mllwnulico , Abcrdoou and Kllendalo
Uilc ) < > KO , Milwaukee , IJiu Clalroand SHllwator
Chicago , Mllnaukiw , Waasau and llonlll.
Chicago , illlwaukeo , Uva\i.r Dam anil Oabkoeh.
Chicago , ItllwauliOt1 , WauLnihaand Oouuoinowoa
Chicago , llilnaukeo , Madlmn ami 1'ralrlodn Chios
ChlonKO , Mllwaul.uo , Ouatonuaand Talrlbaull ,
Chicago , Uulolt JanosvlMc and Mineral I'olfit.
Ohlcao | , Klzin , Uocklord and Dulmiuo. |
Chicago , Clinton , Itnclr Island and Cudar Rapidt
Chicago , Council IllulfKund Onuiha.
Clilca o , Slonx City , Rloux FnlU anil Yank I on
CliicUk'o , Ulhvaukeo , Mitchell aiulChamborltln.
Hook UUnd , D ibuquo , Ht , I'aul and Mlnncirolli
Ducni'ort , Oalmar , fit. I'aul nnd Minneapolis
I'lilluan H cui crnnn.l the 1'liunt IMtilnK Cara In
ho n rid ore run on tlio nuln Imcnof tlmJJIICAGO ! ,
MIIAVAUKKK ANU ST. PAUL UAIMVAY.amlovcrr
attention la paid to paw > on 'urd by couiteouacinplojiiii
of the C'uuiany.
b. H. lllCHHir.L. Oen'l Manaeer ,
A. V II CAUl't'.KTKR , den' I'au. A't (
J.T , CI/AUK , Uon'l B.ipt.
GiO. U. HEAKKOUI ) . Aau'L divn'I. I'ai Art
RED STAR LINE
Belgian Buynlnnd U.8 , MnllHtonincrn
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY ,
BCTWKKN
NEW YORK AND ANTWERP
r/ieRhine , Otrmany , Italy , Jfulland and France
Bteor goOutworlt20 ; Prepaid from Antwerp , tig ;
Kiournliin , fa , incluilUii ; boil U In if , etc , 2il Cabin , - ' < ) :
llounil Trip , $ M U ) ; Kxourelon , tlOO ; Baloou from { 60
to 90 ; Eicur.lon HQtotlM ) .
trl'etei WrUht it Bona , Ueo , AgtmU. K Broad'
way N. Y.
( Oaldwell , Hamilton & Oo. , Omaha. P. K. Olod
uian It Oo. , 2US N. 10th Btruat , Cuaba ; U. K. Klra
all , OmaluArenU. t eod-ly
AI < ONO TUB LINK Of THBJ
Clilcago , St. . Paul , Minneapolis and
OMAHA RAILWAY.
The new extouulon ol tbli line ( ram Waleflold up
Iho
BEAUTIFUL VALLEY of the GAN
through Concord and Colerldifo
( Uachei tha t t portion ol the BUto , Hpoolal i-
curilon ra'ri for land teekeri uror thin line tn
Wayne , Norfolk And Hartlngton , and via Illalr ko all
prlndjal ( jod.U on the
aioux orry & PACIFIC RAILROAD
TrMns orcr tht 0. . Ht. F. if. & 0. lUUwiv to Cov
mi tan , Sioux dty , I'onca , Jlartlngton , Wayne ted
NCI folk ,
OOXXXLOOt 2B1M.1X ?
or Fioiuonl , OakJ .o , Nollgb , amltbrouKh to Yal <
cntlnt.
tartfot raUl and alllnformttlon call on
Y I' , WH1TNKY , GoQora Afoot ,
C3-OX3STG- JlilST.
PRINCIPAL LINE
rmiM
CIirA.0 ! ( > rK01tU& ST. LOUIS ,
V WAV ( IK
OUAHA AND LINCOLN TO DENVSS ,
Oil VH
KANSAS CITY AND ATOIIISON to DEMVSB
Connect ( ii | $ In I'nlon loKitn | nt Knii'ji CHy
Oiniiluk mul llunvrrltli tlnuuKlitiuliiH lui
Anil nil | KlntH In tinivat West
ContifOtnu In IJmnil I'nlon OniKit
n Itli tlnitiih train * lor
aV/r rott/f , nosy ox ,
Anil nil r.\ilc'in ! ( Mllex.
At IVorl'ilth lluoimh trulni tor Iiullntin ; )
elli , Clnolniuitl , t'olumlnm , nntl nil imliits It
tinsmith I.mt. At .st. l.iillHllll thuuii-l
ln\lm lor nil points South.
1'iiy t'oixchi'i , I'm lor rnwltliKo -
rlniliu : ciiuiiN ( scuts ( too ) , Sinolilnn dirn \ \ iti
ItuvnU mi ; Clmlri , I'ulliiiini I'uliu-o Sli-iMilim
1'iii-rt nml tlio fuiiuMit t' . II. , V < } . Dlnlnir ruin
iuuili\lly
Clilrnuunml CouiiPll Illiilli1 ClilcuRi ) nml lr )
MllllH'H , ( MllCIIKOi St JOHOpll , AtdllSOH Illll
Topi'Ualtliiiut olmiiKi' . Only tliionph Itn
niniilnc tlirlr onn tinlns bc'trcii Chlenno
Lincoln nnd Dcuvrv , iinil 01lU'ilK , UIIIIMI
City iinil DCIIVIT. Tlinniuli i-i\u lintucnn
Iiulliin ] > ell nml Council Illiilli , via 1'cmlu
(101NO OKTH ANI > KODT1I.
Pollil TnitiiM ol nil-mint Day I'ouolioH nut
1'nlliniin I'liliiooSlprpiiiK Out s HUM un tlrtlly li
nml finin si. l.otiia , % In Iliinnllml , ( jiilncv
Ki'oUuk , llnillnnton , Crdur ItiiitltlHiintl Alliri
l.i'i\tost. 1'iitil iintl Mlnnonitolls , I'm lor i'nw
\\ltli ItiH-ilnliiK ( 'hulls in nml luini si. I.oiil
mill I'oorlu. Onlyoui' rlmiu'M > l > m-H ln'turn
St. 1 ouUnnil Him Molni'H , lown , l.liu-oln , .Nu
bnt kii , iinil Douvcr , ( "olomilo.
U Is ivlhii tlio only Through I.lno bt J OIMI
ST. LOUIS , MINNEArOLIS PAUL
Itli ! iio n ni thn I'loivt TIIKOIUill OAI
LINK of America , uiul In unlviTMilly lulmtl
' "ll to IC ) tllU
Finest Equipped Railroad In the World fo :
all elac3 of Trawl.
Through TloUrts via tills line ! \ir wxlo ctn'
C. It.roniHJii ticket cillcea In tlio UnitoilSttUo
l.ul Cuniutii.
T. J. I'OTTKK. I'RUCKVAL
Vlre-1'rti. l.U < n.il > n > rrr Otn ' i ft 1 <
CAPITAL PEIZS $75000
Slmroa In I'roporllorTOa
Lonisiaua State lottery
" We do thereby ertifv that u supervitt the ai
rcuytninti for alt tie Monthly ami S m-Jtmt-.X (
Draieit $ > of the Louisiana State tottery Ompauj
inditifereon innnaue and control tnc Drnirinyt
themiurei , ami that theiatna ate conducted tntl
l.ene > tyJa\mttt. and in good faith toward all ) > .ir
tinand ue authorise the ccunpanji to use ( Aiiccr
Moate , uithfae-iiinilei of our mgnaturet atlaeM
in i'.t advertiiemmti. "
t'OUKIUIORIM
Inoorporatod In 1883 for ! B yean by the lecUlalnit
for educational and chnrltablo purpoaoa with a oap
Hoi of { 1,000,000 to which a reaorro ( and ol over
8560,000 haa elnoo Ijoen added.
By an overwhelming popular veto Itt fianch'ie '
wae made a part of tlio prenonl Itato oonrUtuL'on
adopted December Sd , A. b. 1870.
The only Lottery over voted on and on-
doraod by the people of any Stato.
It never scalea or postpones.
Its grand ulnglo number drawlnga takf
place monthly.
A Hplondid opportunity to win a Fortune
Rlghtti Grand IJrawlnfr Clruia II , In the Acad
emy of Mualc , Now Urlonna , Tuonday , AUK.
Wtt , 1884 171 t MoHthly drawiiiff.
CAPITAL PRIZE , 875,000.
100,000 Tickets nt Ilvo Dollars Kach. FIAC-
tlons , lu 1'iftliH In proportloa ,
I.IBT OK I'HIZKS.
1 CAPITAL PUIZE . _ . . . . | 7JCM
1 do do . Zi.OCC
1 do do . 10,000
S I'UIZKS OF 81000
B do 2000 . 10.CM
10 do 1000 . 10,000
SO do 600 . 10,000
100 do ZOO . 20,000
100 do 100 . SO.OOO
600 do DO . 24 Dtfl
1000 do ifc . 26,0(0
.
B Approximation prluig of $760 . 0,760
0 do do 600 . 4,600
0 do do 150 . S.S60
887 1'rlws , amounting to . t265CDt
Application for rates to clubs nhonld ba triad * onlj
o the olllro ot the Company In Now Orleans.
For further Information vvrlto oliarly Klvlux lol
aildroin. llalio P. 0. Money Orilera payable uii'
addrees KonlstoroJ Letters to
NKW OULltANd NATIONAL J1ANK ,
New Orlcaug , L > .
roiUl Notes and ordinary letters by Mall or Ki
prom ( all auras of 13 and upw nlu by Uxproua at oui
ilwnte ) to
M A. DAOTUIH.
r U. A DAUPHIN , Now Orleans Lft.
607 Uevouth Ht. , Waih'nRton , 1) . O.
IEOEETI1L1DIES
find radical euro by my
Imotliod , bused on reconfcHoi-
untiliu rosoiirclics , oven in iho
most dcspcraifl cnses without
miy trouble to the I'unctiona.
euro equally the Bad con-
juonscquonccH of tiiu sing ot
lyoulli , iiurvouHiioHS und im-
rpotcuco.
DISOIIKTION OUA11ANTKKI ) .
Prtyer to tend the Riact description ol the Blckneei
DE. BELLA ,
Momburof Suvoral Sciontifiofiociotlos.
( I , IMauo do la Nutlon 0 , 1'AUlH.
m
( faculty I'rlte , Medical Collie of Ohio.
bl'KOIAI/IY
PILES , FISTULA ,
And other Pine-wen ol the Anua and Hoctum.
? n\irl'o ' flnnn Tlnnco im * ' < vun street ,
iOyuS Upbld illlllSu. OIIAHA , NIU. ;
cvuod and vttf
O. A. POTTER ,
I
' .T'Omaha , Neb.
HTJterioslttou DloUtloui , Kto. , promptlr > Ucudi > J
la.
The Largest Stock in Omaha and' ' Us the Lowest Prices'
DRAPERIES AND MIRRORS , * '
IE
Just rooolvod an assortment far surpassing anything In this market , cotnprlsln (
Iho latest nnd most tasty designs manufaotnroa for this spring's trade and covering
range of prices from the Cheapest to the most Expensive.
Parlor Goods Draperies.
Now rondy for the inspection of cus Complete stock o nil the Intea
tomers , tlio newest novelties in styles in Turcoman , Mndrns and
Suits mid Odd Pieces. Lncu Curtains , Etc. , Etc.
Elocraat Passenger Elevator to all Floors.
CHARLES SHIVERIGK. ,
1200,1208 nnd 1210 Farimm Street , - - - OMAHA NEB.
AND TWO WHEEL OAETB.
lUlBandl8OJUmi.yHtre < iland40a < J. IttaStnet ,
ait tit id OaUtOftlo UruHni c e ucoa application.
EUEMPI3iTG , BOL TE & COMPANY ,
.MANUFACTUlliUS : OF-
Dormer Wlndown , Flnlala , Window Cap" , Iron Croat In z , Metallic Rky.llghts , &o. Tin , Iron and Slate HoolJ
AH.n u r , 310 South l'2th bluet , Omaha , Nebraska.
LUMBER MERCHANT
Ul
IHa < o _ r n *
a i , rt JH o
5 , to m o a I I w ea a * *
vii a cfl o .3 " -3 S e8 Krl CB ]
| .
GUMTNGS AKD 20TH ST , , OMAHA , NEB ,
1409 and'1411 Dodee St , , \ } iOmalia Neb
ST. , DAVENPORT , IOWA , U. S. A. EeUbllshed 1878-Catarrh ,
DoafnoBs , Lnugauil NorvouaDisoaapB Speedily nnd 1 ormanontly Cured. Pationti
Ourcd at Homo. Write for "Tjiz MKDIOAL-MIHHIONAIIV , " for the Pooplo.
Ooiiaultatioii and Oorrofliiondonco Grails. P. O. Box 292. Tolojhono No. 20.
JION. EDWARD RUSSELL , Poatraaator , Davenport , nays : " Physician o/ /
ilou ADlllty ana Marked SUCCOBB. " CONGRESSMAN MURPHY , Davenport ,
AH tlotiornhln M n. Fine Rnconsa. Wnndnrful Citron. " TTourHfi in B.
SOLE AGENTS FOli
_
IF * " i
T-m B V
1C 8 I.
WEBER , KATNES AND HAEDMAN
AND SMITH , AMERIOAN AND PACKARD ORGANS.
Wo have the largest and beat etook of Shoot Music in thu city , comprising Bor-
in , Vienna , Potura' "Loiiiiiig" Ohoap Edition , Broaluu , Mayonoo tditions.
Small Goods and General Music Merchandise of all Kinds.
101 AND 103 15TH STREET , Ol'I'OSITE POSTOFFICE.