Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 04, 1884, Page 2, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    to AHA DAILY BEE SATURDAY , AUGUST < i 1881 ,
_ _ -THE g
BEST TONIC. 3
. This medicine , combining Iron with pure
TCRctsWo tonic * , nulrkly nnil rownuicly
I.'itrrs llTHpppHln , ImllKrullmi , Ufnl < nrn' <
IinpurolllnnilIIInnrlnCbllliiniiiU'crrrii ,
nnil NrnrnlBln.
Hlsnn unfalllne romcdy for Diseases of tlio
Klilncy * nnil I.lrrr.
11 Is Invaluable for rtlicn-cs Kculmr to
TVonicn , nnd nil who lend KMlciilary Jl cc.
lti1oc4iiolliOurotliotcctlicnu < ohcnilACho.or
produce constlpAtlon oiArr/ran mtatanrf tin.
Itcnrlclicsftuil purifies thoMood.MlmulntPi
Ihonppctllc.nlilj Iho * Imllnllon of food , re
lieves Hcarthurn mid llclrhltie ; , mid strength
ens tlio muscles nnd nerves. , , . , . ,
Tor Intermittent Kovcr * . Lassitude , IACK of
Energy , Ac. , It has no cqunl. i.
OSTlie ccnnlno lins nlio\olrni1crnnrk nnil
orosf cil if A lines on wrapper. Tnlc tie oilier.
K < 4e utj imcmjstiir.iim > . , nmixor.r , no ,
TothoncD.li af the
, rurht , commercial
travticrnndnowiict
? tltr , Ilostcttcr'eSti.
irach Hitters bj ecu-
llaih nditptuJ , ilnco
It tdninKtheru ! the
illfrotlioorK i ] * , tn < l
liruo the | .hplMl
s.- , energies to unlicnltll
" ful li.flucnco * . It re.
mum and proteiitt
malarlil fo\cr , con *
' ttlpitlon.dj ( pepsin ,
htultlifuily ntlmii.
Itlesthekldncjianil
liUddcruiilenilcbM
m \ \ til a l.nrlllcs the
Mood , When o\cr-
e u iu o l.y fatlquo ,
whether incnUl or
t.Iije r.il , the enry
nnd debllltiteil find
a rclliblonourfo ol rcnowoJ rlrenpili nnd comfort ,
I'or
( ntlclinoM. In nil caiice
li\ \ ) nit-ry nr bowtl
i ) iinlalnts. Hldga'a
f cil clicnM ho ailoi I-
j I e thi dietetic. It U
.utrnl In Its actlou
pen tlio IIOHC'II nnd
1 ciplly KMlmllattd.
r < rcoter , It nlll1 > o ro *
sJned where > ery
iln ? elsj falK Klilzu'fl
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ oed Is undoubtedly
the iikhcmin ell clement * -trcnKth nnd lit-lnga
tnormixhly Mcatn-co.'Vcil ( on I. ' Mny " ' digestion.
for tali li > PrujgUV. ; WOOl/UOII fc CO ; , on label.
I IOUM * an mr * . oo lt
CITUU Ajtocr.
At cmlUsI pttlilft to&lo cfiiittirtl.cmr , rnvtuwi everts *
i * n. vrurrzz'-iAVi' , CCLS .
si. auo < ii > iiur. y. r.
BED STAR LINS
Bojrul and IT. 8 , Mnll Stoaraorfl
SAILING EVEEIY SATURDAY ,
BETWKEN
NEW YORK AND ANTWERP
The Rhine , ( Sfninany , Italy , ITollanil and France
8l M eo OutwarJ.CW ; Prepaid from Antwerp , fig ;
f.icuralon , gifl , InoludtngliiHldlnK , eto , U Cabin , ? 10 ;
( taund Trip , 990.00 ; Exeurilon , $100 ; Saloon fcom % lt
to 170 ; Excursion 110 to (190.
ttfTeter Wright & Sons , GOD , Agonta. EG CroaJ.
wnyll. Y.
f Cildwcll. Hamilton & Co. , Omaha. P. K. GIoi )
man & Co. , MS N. IBtb Street , Cmaha ; D. K. Kim
ill , OmahiApeoU. _ t ond.lv
. IU * "JHU , | ( AKlKlL. )
. . iJlUVno-VOLTAIC niIT end othfr Ki-Kcmio
; ArruAKCiH nro sent im 0) Dajs' Trial TO
V.IiN ONLY. .OUNO OU OLD , who nro aufffr.
( UK frum HtKTons WKnartT ; Lour vmuTr.
iviirmoVR iunR3iui , nnd all tno o dlxfuur * of a
J'uiisojijii. NATUnu. irsiilUntr from AHDBCII nd
Clllin OADSKSUpeeily rullot and rnmploto
rMtorntlon tc ilriLTn. VIOOB nnd MANUOOD
UAiuMTirrn. Bend at once for IlliuUt il
I'mnpUlctfri-e. Adnix-m
" OiiTJO. : . , niumhnll. mieb.
Health is Wealth !
1 . K. u WRIT'S NMWH ANB DRAIN TRKArvrsT , a
isuaunued iH-cUo for Hinteria , DIKIUOM. , Couful.
loiif , HU , NenouiNouraKlo , Htadaoho , Nerviius
I''o iraUuiua'iiMlbytliouaiofalcoiol or toliaoco ,
WakdulnrtH , Jltal , diriB | loii , Holtcnlnjf of llio
liraln rniltlnff In lojinitv and leading to inljory ,
Un y anil deatb , I'rnnatura Old Aue , llo-ronou IOM
fl'u uf u citburiix , Involuntary Lon and Boor-
matiirh r rauned lij oicr exertion of th i luaiii. d ( .
abiieoi or o > er indulE-ncc Kach box iwiUflinnnu
inontlia ticatruuit SI 00 a box or l lioxca for
fo.OO , lent by null iirepald on receipt of price.
VtK QUAIUMKK BIX DOXKd
To curn any cue. With eich ord r roielvo'l by ui
rorilx hi > xei accompaulod Iih 100 , no | | | wnd
'tlio imtcliiatr our iltlcn iruarauteo to refund the
.money If the treatment doc not effoet a euro. Uuir-
xuitns Iitueit enl > by JOHN C. WEoT & CO .
> t o-ly 802 Uidlton bt , , Chicago , lit
HAS NO UPERIOR.
The Steck is a Durable Piano.
TUB BTECK Ilia 8INOWO. ( JUAUTY 0V TONS
FOUND NO OTIIICIl 1'IANO.
BOLD NLY BY
WOODBRIDGE BROS , ,
215' '
OUAUA NEB.
Chartered by UwButeof Illi.
noli for thcexprcaipurpoM
of Elvlnglmmedlate rclfcllc ,
U cliroiilc , urinary and pri
vate dlseuei. Oonorthcra ,
0 Ice t nd ! > yphil ! in all their
complicated forms/ alto ! '
dUc ( c * of the tskln ana
Ulood promptly rtllevcd and
ptrmanenllycurcd by rcme.
. , bpttlall'raettrf. Btmlnal
_ I if lit ] x > ucby Dreams , l'imptc ou
e.lXAt M ntipoJt'ojrtenrol ( rtu
{ Hiitel > rri > itr > ilitifi , Thi ppropil te < . . .
. , , used in CKclicjuc. ConiulUuoni.per.
unal or by tetter , cacredly confidential , tied.
aon cnt by Mull id txpren. Ho marki on
pZtjiiKt to Indicate conteau ur leader. Adareti
o. 20Wajhlnoton 6l.ChIt jollL
HOME , SWEET HOME ,
The Eectpllon of the Greoly Parl ]
aiiUKscnnrsatPorlsinonlli ,
l I HKHcnncBlJntveontliollCHCUCt
niul tliclr Wonrcnt Kin ,
PORTSMOUTH , August 1. Al just abon
sunrise tin's morning , llio UniteJ Htixto
stoAincr "Alllnnca , " which liai been Htallouoi
oulnlda tlin h bur In expectancy of this nnlv
al of the Arctic flcoi , discovered n double lln
of smoke nnd , atonmlng out , soon becnm
ntvnro of the Urcoly Arctic relief expedition
The urtnntnont of the "Alliance" WM broiled
Into piny nnd mia nftor gun thundered fort )
peals of welcome , to .which the cannon of the
drool } ' boats responded , doubtless in grntofu
rccognlUon , Shortly nftor the "Allinnco1
came within hailing dlitinco of the npproixch
ng ttonmora nnd , with bolls ringing am
whittles thrtcklng , the "Alllnnco" hntlcd the
"Jle.ir" " and "ThotlK. " Shortly nftcr stinrlso
the "Boixr , " "Thetis" nnd "Alliance" stoamm
; in t10'"t ' off tholslo of Hhoals , whcro the firs
tiRuof the homuwatd voy Ko of the GreeJy
ollof expedition wan finished. Graceful ) ;
hty came into the hntbor , with yards nquatut
mil etn'kR pouting foiuth clouds of nnulcc ,
ully twonty-lour hours before the licet WM
cximctod ,
When It had bncomo known that the Arctic
quftdron hod Arrived ontaldo the haibor , the
xcitcmcnt on board tlio men-of > wnr nt nn-
lior was intense. Shortly fter 8 ti'cluuk thu
wolcomu tiows of tin fnfn nrrlval of the ( Jrcoly
oet inroad thiotiRh the city , nnd when tbo
JJenr' ' nud "Thctl V had nrrlvod off Now
: nstc ! , Secretary Chandjor dlnii\tchod | n Btrntn
aunth to Cumiimndor Hihloy with oiUurn thnt
ho "JJenr" nud "ThotlB" Hhoulil romuln in the
HiiiR until preparation ) ) fur their reception
lould bo completed. The fpcretary of the
avy then proicedcd to the ' Tillapoosa" and
rders wuro pi veil nt once for thu L-nttra piiiud- |
in of war vcinola In the harbor to prepntu for
it reception of the Arctlo heroes. All the
aval % cs els were decorated with Atnuricnn
IRI at the lop of the matin. A the "Hoy-
on" Htoatncd down the river , tlio men on
> onrd the old nhip 'Ccnslltutlun" ran up the
iroiul' , lifted hntH nnd wuvud nnd uhoutod u
ndisl holute. The other voxels In the lower
mrbor wvro decked in the gayest colors. The
iigship "Ttnnorsco" displnycd the acting
idmlrnl'H broad ponnnnt nc the mlzzcnmnat.
'lio "TnllnponaVgiivo to tlio broczo the colors
[ the Bocrotryof the navy. The ships roou
; ot under way nnd stenmcd down the river ,
.t neon thu preparations fur the reception ol
10 Arcticlleot wcrn co ntilotcd.
A great many Invited gucsta , inclndlncr
mnuy dixtlnguUhed paraoUH and families of
nvnl ollicers , were carried by the imval
, uam launche.i to the fbnlilp "Tennosseo,1
n tlio quarter dock of which itho chief corn-
conlcn were hold. At 2 o'clock the "Alii-
nco rounded thofoot of the point nnd came
, o niichor Komii dlstnncu nstorn llio "Tenum-
oo. " The "ThotU" fullowod lilteen njinut s
ator nnd anchored nbrcast the "Alliance. " As
10 "Thetis' " Biicaors wont overboard the
arils of nil the Mil pa In the hatbor were
nnnned , ( lags run to the mastheads , nnd
ireo rousing cheers given. It was nn nffect-
ngscone , and many htnrdy nud 'bronzed HOIIH
; tar * were seen to brush tears nwnv. wltli
heir Bloovoii. . Ten minutw after tl o "Thetis"
mil anchored the "Ucnr' rounded thu point
: nl BOOH came to anchor in the waUo of the
Thotls. " Again the vnrda were ninnuod nnd
10 gallant peatimn gave thrca routing checrn.
hlcli were repeated when the "Alert"
.eaicod sluwly nround nnd dropped anchor
breast of the "Bonr. " To avoid | ) nhllclty iut
inch as poBniblo Secrvtiry Chandler nrrauged
.o receive tli3 co'nuwndcni ol the rellof ship *
n the nft cabin. Acting Admiral Luca en-
nrtud thtiu to the presence of the secretary
if tlio navy. As Commander Schloy sU'ppml
nto the cabin ho wni greotnd by tha secretnry
who clniped bis hand with fervor , nnd pusing
no nrm over his rhonldor , said tn a voice
mothered with emotion , "I am ulnd toel
oiiia you homu. " Commander Collln of the
'Alert , " was next introduced and in nmucr
n tha query of i Secretary Chandler said : "I
VM noxor bettor iu heulth In my life. It
eem to liavo agreed with us. "
UUSDANI ) ANI ) WIFB.
Afrfl. Tiioutpuant firdxlynriivodat noon nnd
was conveyed to the ' Thetis" wbcro her Ims.
mnd was. As thu lady passed down the com
panion way to the barge t > hu walked with it
rm tread and showed no other liigus of umo-
onthan hitlug her llpn and tightly clutching
icr banilH. Lieutenant Urcoly had not been
nformod that his wlfo was ubout to go on
> oard thu "Thotia" nnd a few mlnntoa before
ler arrival wat in conversation with thu com-
nandor. Ho said he did not expect to nee her
o-day , no ulio had not been able to roach there
o soon. When thu mcrotary's bargu was
eon to lea vu the "Tonnosjco" with Mm.
hoely mid her two brotherx , G. O , nnd C. A.
icamuth , Hitting in the utiirn oheutH , tha uom-
lander said to Lieutenant Grcoly : "Livuton *
ut , I would liUu to BOO you In my cnbiu for
a few minutes. " Commander Schloy onter-
aincd Lloutonant Urooly In conversation un-
11 n peculiar signal won given by boatswain
a indicate Unit Mrs. uruoly was nbnard
and ready to meet her husband , The lady
remblod very much nnd her breath cnmo in
rasps , nnd her whola frame shook with cino.
ion. With fultmiug Htopiifiliu went to the
nbln dour. Ju t ul the innUtit fho ontorrd
/oinmandor Hchloy left tlm room , Innvlng thu
eng nepuratpd coiiplo nlone. Lientununt
ireclv was Hitting with bin buck to the door ,
iut whou C'liiinunilcr Scliloy l"ft him , ha
timed nnd ut tha mime ItMtant saw his wlfo
ntor. Witii a loud cry that wan moru like a
ligmtlo neb , half suiolhored , Lieutenant
Grcely bounded from thn chair with oyfw
[ loitinlni' with joy at the night that Klnddunod
hum , Mrs , ( ireely tnll , dark and ftutely -
[ rang forward t > ineut h r husband , crying
"A11T11UII , AltTHUII , 1IOMK "
After Mr. mid Mrs. ( ! r ely had been nloni ;
nr twenty minutes , her brnthors were called
n and cordially and tearfully grcuted
< olr btothar-luOnw. AYhen'MrH. ( iteoly
mtorud the cuhlu where her luia-
jutul was , it was iiotlreublo on board
in "Thotlg , " that ever > bndv shed tuurs.
.ator in the uvuningthn mother of Lieutenant
iraoly came from Kowburyport and was
ikcn at once on board thu "TotmiHsoo , "
liortly afterward vhn wax put in a barge and
.ukon itboard tha "Thetlo. " Whan she arrived
leroMr. nud [ Mrn. Groely and the lattor'a
irothur were seated ( In Comiritnder Schloy'n
abln , oltonmtoly crying and laughing end
mbruciiig. An Instant before the lloutonma's
lothar rntorod the cabin , Commander Schloy
topped tn thu door nnd mid : "Lieutenant ,
rnur mother is here. " Mrs. Greely then en-
ornd nnd threw her arms around her sou's
eck , saying only
MY BON , S1V HON , "
Lieutenant ( , rroly * poke no words save
mother , " hut In bin tonu and expression thcro
vai a world of tomieriiMS. Fearing that the
ixcltomont would be too much for the Lieu-
. limit's shattered condition Commander
chloy entered mid wisely directed the con-
orsHtlon Into Jens emotional chaunols. About
o'clock Secretary Chandler entered his barge
nil was rowed to tbo "Thetis. " Tbo secretary
went at once to i loutonant Groely and alToc-
Innately took the gallant explorer In his arms
u the fervor of his erootiocr.
" (1011 lIUtNH OU , 001) lILKMa IOU , "
aid the secretary , "You have comeback to
me almost fri-m the grave , I hope your fu-
tire happlncsi mav riiward you for the trouble
'ou ' have had , " The lieutenant responded
eellngly , thanking Mr. Chandler for thwoex-
irCHtiuDS. The writer wan Introduced to Mr ,
Jrecly by Bectetary Chandler and the former
t once said he deslrod tu thank tha newspa-
) or of tha country for thounlvemul kind man.
ler In which ho nad been trentad by them
fu could v but llttlo at pre out uoncorning
ila expedition , but the public would noon bo
Riven the outlri ) details through his nllicUl report -
port When atked oa to hU hoaltb , Greelv
itatud that bo felt oomparativelv wull In nil
I It ) stated that ho bud gnlned rup
Idly In ileih slnco bis rescue , but much of it
wan soft and mora Injurious than benellclal ,
To-day he laid WM the b ppli' V of hit
life ; that in onu day ovtrythlug on earth wai
t' ) him for which wan could with- -
HOMK , HOrllEII , NMKH ASI ) JIONOII
In one dsy given to a man who a few days
ago wu ou HIM brink of the ur ve is ui umch
in inoital could desire. Tin llrutenant looked
very happy Indeed , He sat with bis wlfo on
oue ldo and hu mother on tha otiier. Ills
chu ki ore' taking en a hoallhy color nnd 1m
Btniidn on erect ui ever , but is not allowed to
renndn nn hit feat long ot a time After his
brlof Ulk with Lleutoniut Greely , Secretary
Chandler win conducted to the deck , wher
the crow of the "Thetis" wn drawn ttj ) I
line , and n hardy net of men they were
rough and bravo looking ,
flllKKi.V MEETS tilt MTTt.r. fi.NESi
ronrsMorrtt , Atign't 2 Knrly thj < morn
ing Mrs. Octcly came o\er t'j the city froi
Admiral Well * ' ttsideneo. tnd then took lit
tno little ll.iughtfr , who had rtlnft'iitd ' durin
the night with thi-ir grandmother nt Ilotkinf
at Kockinghnm home , over to the iidmiral
tn see their ffttbcr. Afnlor Greely wnsovn
come with eiiinlioii nt fight uf hi < littln nnr ?
At iifKin Buw-oni Unniiell nml Hinilisiti'
the "Coimtltutinn" to examine into thiphy
cat mud it ion of thoturtivoifiof the ( irrely ex
( Sn-ely * * t under the treri on the lawn fi
nn hour this afternoon with his wife , mothi
and childrrn nronnd him , uhilo he CMinciTe
with ' moral Hnrcn , Hunnn gnztilntwit
Rrpnt iiitrrcitt by n vnit crowd nnmnd th
linti i % To a retiortcr Grerly staled that h
wi fooling Ix-tti-r thnn nt any tlmo olnco th
rc'scitc nnil , said he. "I nm jiMt nlxnit in hnpp
IIM n > y mnii could jioMtbly bo. Tlio enl
drawback being tlio memory of the Betenli e
who nro not hem to enjoy the fniitfl of tliei
cour g4 nnd devotion. "
Sorgcnnt Itraiimrd , In conxorsntlon with th
rrjiortir , x.ild the party did not suffer muc
ou the journey down from Lnhy KrnnUl
bay , th'it ) Imping Ix.-en hut littluinconvctilonc
fiom thn cold. "It wo.1 when uo Ix'Znn U
starvoxvo began tnRtifTrr/'lio luxtil. When th
rnpoiter asked if the Greely patty could hav
gene
HTII.I , FUntllKROIITII ,
than they did , ho replied it would haio beej
very ililliciilU ' 'A nhiii , " h said "could no
h > VH g nn further nortli. Thu iciiwould opei
ii lid clo"u no rnpidly tint thn M'svil Wouli
nuti'lybo nipped nnd cnixhed if npnxsngo fur
llier north had IK en atlumplei ) . Thu unin
icu coiiditlini ! ! , " hu xnid , "would | iie\en
nk'dging 1101 thu atd , lieeau-o wheru ieu wn
) [ iui itigtoiiflen it would IMVO Ix'eti of ( jiea
1 nger tn life. " When nuked as to Inn oimiioi
whether future Arctic expedltiniis would HIIU
reud in liinling tlm north pole , Sergcan
'ir.iimuil ' mid ho did not boliexo thlx would IK
ueompliiihcd , "i or do 1 bvliuvn , " lie Bi'id
"that any explorer will over roicli a higho
atitiidn tlmii the Glfcly exiu'dllinn did. " tier
fuiht Ilrninn d nisi ) stated that the cicw wuit
: oii'fortubly sinutud while nt Lady Kninklii
my. Thoio was jileuty of provisions coa
uid uvury thing olru th < t thura was needed ,
\Vhui ntlcud iftho entito party
\VOUU ) HAVB 1IKAUIIK1) 11OMB
infejy if provinioni had1)cen landed nt Caiie
Jabiuu by ono of the former rescuing oxpeili *
rioiK , ho lenlied Htnilingly : "Well , if the
nen who died had had enough to eat they
vould not havn starved to death. The great ;
ujt loin to the rxpcdition wai when the
lisniiiiiinu died , lip wai ablu to get game
IKH ( for us th.kt wo had not the strength or
ctiowledgu to get for ouri C'Ives. " Wln-n the
t-porter aHlied thuBUivivors if they beliuMnl
hat other expeditious would bo n'lit to the
Arctic , ono nnd all leplied : "Yes , and wo are
all i-eady tope with them , nnd could stait to-
norrow if necessary. " All of them looked
ti eng and healthy ,
ORIGIN O ABISIONIA.
Ammonia is obtained in largo quantities by
ho putrnfactlon of the uiino of nnimala. n-
ycJi > l > c < liti Hritanniat.
Kvcry hnusckoopar can test baking po\ydors
ontniuing this disgusting dnig by placing a
an ol the "Royal" or "Androwa1 Pearl" top
own on a In t steve until heated , then romovs
ha cover and smell.
Dr Price'd Cream Baking Powder does nol
outnin Ainmonii , Alum , Mine , Potash , liano
'liosplmtts , ( provo it by tlio above test ) . It
* tirepared by n Physician and Chemist with
pticiid regard to doauliness nnd healthful-
loss , m-o-w-2ra
by a Spider ,
'lie Gentleman's Magazine.
Thu king of the spiders on the pampas
a not n Mygalo , but a Lycosa of extra
ordinary si 7.0 , light gray in color , with a
> lack ring nrouug its middle. It ia ac-
ivu and swift , and irritable to such a de-
irco that ono can ucarculy help thinking
hat in this species nature has overshot
icr mark. When a person passes near
jay within three or four yards of it
urking-plucn it starts up and gives
cbaso , and will often tullow for a distance
of 30 or 40 yarda. I came once very
nearly being luttou by ono of iheso savage
creatures. Hiding at an easy trot over
ho dry grass , I suddenly observed a
pider porauing mo , leaping swiftly along
nd keeping up with my boast. 1 aimed
a blow with my wnip , and the point of
ho lash struck the ground close to it ,
when it instantly leaped upon and ran up
ho lash , and was actually within throe
or four inches of my hand when I flung
ho whip from mo. The gaushos have u
ery quaint ballad which tolls that the
ity 01 Cordova was ohcn invaded by on
rmy of monstrous spiders , and that the
ownpeoplo wont out , with boating drums
nd flags flying , to repel the invasion ,
nd that after firing , several volleys they
were forced to turn and tly for their
LVC8 , I have no doubt that a sudden
; rcat iiicroasa of the man chasing spiders ,
n a year exceptionally favorublu to
hem , suggested this fable to sumo rhym-
ng satirist of the town.
EMINENT MEDlOAb TESTIMONY.
IS ) EAST J2l } > STUKKT ,
NEW YOUK , March 15th , 1883.
I have uood ALI.COUK'H Poitous PL.IN-
rr.UH in my practice with remnrkablu sue-
us3 , und found them peculiarly cfliciont
vhon nppliod to the back ior Weak Spine
nnd Nervous Exhaustion ; they nll'.inl nl-
nest inatnnt ruliuf in Coughs , Colds and
jivor Complaint. 1 cordially recommend
hem as tin * best and safest plaster over
nndo , and would caution the public
against the numerous other so-called Po-
ous Ploatora that am sought to bit palmed
ilf on a credulous public ; they are worth *
oss and oftentimes dangerous.
IOBEIIT S. NEWTON , M. D. ,
L. II. C. 8.
Late Oliuf do Clinujuo Hospital for
Disoasps of the Throat and Oheut , Medial -
al Ollicor to the London Hospital , Clini-
al Assistant lloyal London Opthalmio
lospitul , Assistant to th ? Hospital for
) iaoasea of the Skin. London.
'hyeician and Burgeon ,
Why Ho Left.
'ox as Klftiugs.
"Undo Pete , ware you present at the
ocont alTrayl" naked the justice of the
) oaco. ,
I war , Jodgo. Dat Is to say , not
.sickly present , but kinder oonspi'us
roun do Bowbowbs ob'do crowd. "
"How do you know there was a fight
; oin onl"
"AY'y w'ondo crowd eommoncod to run
obor mo , an' do pistils began to crnctc
iglit liboly , an' do bullitu war a-ilyin'
nonsus thick 'roun' my _ baby corpus , I
ow 'oludod they war gitin1 agitated , so I
otUhed to do saddlo-snop. "
"Did you remain iu the shop ? "
"Not berry long , Jedge , Artor nrrov-
n1 d r , I dun look out do windar , an'
17'on I soon free inon shot , an * a bullit
: oiuo in an * gr z ) do side ob my head , 1
spooled dar war gwyno 19 bo u furse ; so
kinder sauntered out do back way , an'
vent to tend to soiuu b'/.uuas ' in do coun >
ry. "
Hcrvnntb of tlio Htuiuaoli ,
The now ( lovcrnor Goncrhl of Canada
> rought with him thirlyniuo nervanta
'lint Beoma a good many. But every
tomaoh has more servants rhan that ,
jungs , liver , heart.artorios , veins , csuph-
gus , kidneys and a\\ , \ \ the rust of thu
larty must be | cupt in 'primo order if first-
IMB uurvico is expected , Brimn'a Iron
Httor'i ) is the great regulator for all these ,
t quiets them whou in robullion , and
cerps them to their work when they are
ory.
PilOl'EUTY ON BKOAttWAY N Y , ,
Ho.il Kfltuto Outlo lttcs The Million
nlrcsVlio Bi > cnd llio KatnliiEB
of tlio Grcnt 'I'linroiiRlilnro ,
Corrtspondcnco Hartford Tlmo ? ,
It has now boon decided that Brand
way is to hixvo a surface railroad , cithc
by horao or cable Unction , buforo nnotho
year. A coinmitteo was appointed las
week to hoar the final oujuuiions to tin
cchome. As the Asturs , Lorillards
QoolotA nnd several other owners o
largo blocks of Broadway property hayi
at last given their consent to the rail
road there Is no doubt about its rap't
completion , and a company of rich mot
has boon formed to do the work. Thi
elevated roads have worked the chaufti
In the feelings of the Broadway mag
nates. Until within the last few yuan
thu Asters have fought all such schemes
and succeeded. Years ago Broadway
was tha main thoroughfato _ for the merchant
chant , to go down town in the morn
inu , and up town in the afternoon
Some 'went by stage and. sonio ot
foot. For several hours n day ii
was crowded by the men whoso custotr
was valuable to fashionable tailors , jew
clors , booksellers , upholsterers , etc
But iwhon the elevated roads came
Uroadway fell between two stools , so tc
speak. Thu solid business men who hat
boon the patrons of the shops botweei
Tenth street and the city hall , wanting t (
fiavo time , took the elevated ruad up
town near their homos and were whisked
down to their business. They wore
seen no moro on Broadway. The eil'ecl
was visible at onco. Tailors and jewel
era moved either far up-town and fai
down , following their customers , nnti
Broadway ohoim ulong the two milca between
twoen Tenth street nud the city hail fell
t > if decidedly in rentals. People oven
noosed to ride in Broadway stages they
wore so slow compared to the elevated
roads. So at last the property owners
who opposed all change of any kind
whatsoever because their property urns a
perfect gold mine , now welcome n rail
road in th6 hope that nomu of the retail
irado may bo recovered.
There nro 850 separate pieces of prop
erty on Broadway from Union tquaro
down to the battery. The whole is
valued nt nbout $85,000,000 and is owned
) y ono thousand persons. An oxatnintt-
-ion of the list hus shown that not moro
han ouo-third of the number live in Now
York. A great many valuable buildings
are owned and managed by trustees ior
.ho benefit of heirs ; other people who receive
coivo millions every year for their Broad
way properties have not boon in this
country for yoara. The Boreol building ,
or instance , on Broadway near Trinity
church , returns an Income of half n mil-
ion nnd is owned by Mmr. Boreel , n
rand daughter of John Jacob Astor ,
fho has not boon in America for twenty
'ears living entirely in Paris and bring-
ng up her children as Parisians. Tlio
Vstois nnd Goelots of the present genera-
ion nro thoroughly identified nith Ntm
Lork , and once or twice n week I meet
ho portly John Jacob , thu grandson of
the original , and the father of our
ircaont minister to Homo , walking down
Jroadway surveying complacently the
iig buildings which help to swell his in
come to about fnur millions a year. The
lay that Seney's bank , the Metropolitan ,
closed its doors , I saw John Jacob amonc'
ho crowd of curious people who stood on
he sidewalk and watched the porter put-
ing up the iron shutters. The big , port-
y , rod-faced man who would bo taken
anywhato for a typical Englishmancould
afford to look on at otnors' financial
roubles without anxiety. Some of the
nest valuable property along Broadway
s owned by minors , all that belonging to
bo Clark estate , being hold in trust for
a boy now five years old , and the Garner
iroporty for three young girls whoso pa-
onts were drowned in the yacht Mon-
auk some years ago.
SOME LUCKY PEOPLE.
Several hundred persons derive their
ole income from blocks of Broadway
iroporty and live a life of luxurious idle-
ess upon it. Sixty-five years ago a
hrifty French confectioner named Con-
oit bought half an ncro on Broadway
near what is now the Metropolitan hotel
nd established an ice-croam garden.
Ho paid $12,000 for the property , then
urrounded byfields and detached houses.
Vn old gentleman , who recently died at
ho ago ot 83 , frequently told mo that
when ho .was a young m n it was a favor-
Lo drive up to Contoit's garden. On
umnier evenings the young bucks of the
: ity would drive up there with their
Jellen nnd havn ice cream in Contoit's
rbors. The old Frenchman prospered ,
nd when ho died , in 1812 , his half aero
vus already considered too valuable for a
ummer garden. Stores were .built on it
y his son , and ton years ago these old
tores were torn down by his grandson.
! iu present owner , nnd big iron build-
jgs erected. The property is now worth
ot less than two millions. Mr. nud
Irs Contoit are prominent opera-goers ,
lie beauty of Mrs. Contoit'a Paris
rosBos and the brilliancy of the dia-
lands making her an object of envy and
lark. They have their yacht , their
lorses , nnd their apartments in Paris and
low York , all because old Francois Con-
oit , the pastry cook's apprentice of 1800 ,
nvcstod his earnings in half an ncro ou
( roadway. The Contoit family is only
no ot n score of Broadway owners where
ro enabled to live like n lord is supposed
o live upon the income from a few foot
routage on that valuable thoroughfare.
All these people having found their in-
omo decreasing have looked nbout for
lie cause nnd the want of n street rail
way has become nppwent.
A IIBOADWAY I'DZXLK.
There is ono man to whom a Broad
way railroad seems to bo n matter of com-
loto indifference , although ho is a largo
wnor of Broadway property. On the
west side of Broadway below Houston ,
re two capacious live story buildings
iat have stead empty for twenty years ,
bo wonder of the curious and tha detest-
tion of adjoining merchants , who del -
l ro that these buildings give a desolate
ir to that part of the street. Mr. S a-
> ury Browstor , the owner , has an office
n the second story of ono of the build-
ugs. In 1830 ho came to Now York and
ssuinod the secretaryship of the Mary
and Mining company , lie WHS thunono
f the handsomest men in the city , but ,
Ithough fond of society , remained n
uoholor. Ho invested his money in
milding the two stores at Nos. 027-029
iroadway , For some years they were
entod and paid a good inccmn Tnen ,
t thn beginning of the war , Mr. lirewttor
who raised the rout quarrelled with his
cnant * . They moved out and sinoo then
10 houses have b * en empty. TJo has
> < ! en repeatedly offered $ KD,000 n year
or each ono , but has steadily refused ,
iving no reasons , Years ago real estate
gentu rcw tired of trying to induce old
Iruwster tn accept n tenant. Binco 1858
10 has Jived nt tlio New York hotel re-
aining the satne place at the inmo table ,
lo was called upon recently by the build-
ig department to inbko some repairs as
lie rats had rendered ono of his'
buildings dangerous to passors. Ho spon
$15,000 making the repairs , but goes 01
"fusing ? SO,000 n your all the same
Why ho is so persistent nobody knows
and possibly no ono will over know. Thi
old gentleman is now nearly 80 years old
Once n week ho goes to Coney island
A friend of mine who once mot him com
ing back from the island got the follow
ing lecture from him :
"If you want to have a good time int
not waato money , you go down to thi
island by boat and take a walk. Or
your way back stop nt ( naming the place
nnd get n cup of cofToo. Stop there , because
cause the ptico is only seven cents ; elsewhere
whore it is ten. Don't buy an oxcursioi
ticket on the boat , but como back on thi
cars. In that way you will save throi
cants. "
As to the much-talked of undorgrounc
road , wo hear IOJB about it , and the enl ;
piece of tunnel over built , that dug aloni
Broadway opposite the city hall , in 1870
is now used as a ohooting gallery.
ii. n. n.
Angostura Hitters do not only tlisttn
ilfh tlioinsolvcs by their flavor and nromntli
odor nbovo all others generally used , but tliei
nro nleo n mire preventive for all diseases orl
limtliiK from the digestive organs , liawnro o
counterfcita. Ask yotir ( ? r for r druggist fu
the genuine article , manufactured by Dr. > F
11. SolRcrt & Sunn.
President. Urovy ,
President Grovy's manner of living n
the Elysoo , says the IVris corrcspondcn
of the Boston Transcript , is dignilicc
without ostentntion. His servants do noi
wnar grny nnd scarlet liveries , but the
arrangements of his household nro mort
orderly than thoao of Thiers or Mahou.
His strvnnts in black know how to keep
intruders nt a distance. No mobof jour
nalists , inventors acd plnco-huuters call
to see M. Grovy in the morning. On the
other hand , three or four times n week n
great number of deputies , artists , jour
nalists and officers may bo seen 01113
into the Klyseo ns if they were entering
u club. They do not ask to BOO the pres
ident or the lattor's secretary , M. Fourn-
erot , but they make straight for a mag
nificent room on the around floor over
looking the garden , which has been con
verted into n fencing silnon , and there
find M. Dtniol Wilson lo fila do maiaon.
All these habitues , who form the court of
the third republic , knop their masks , foils
nnd flannels ut the Elyseo , nnd sot to
work fencing with each other as if they
were at Gutchnir's. Presently n door
opens nnd the president walks in. For n
moment the fencing stops , the combatants
nil turn nnd salute with their foils , while
the ether visitors stand up. But , with n
pleasant smile mm a wnvo of the hand
31. Grovy bids the jousters go on , nnd
walks round the room , saying something
to every lady , nnd inviting nbout a half
dozen of the guests to stay with him nt
breakfast.
Nervousness , .Nervous Debility , Neuralgia
Nervous Shock , St. Vitus Diinco , 1'rostration ,
anil oil diseases of Nerve , Generative Organs ,
and all permanently und radically cured by
Allen's Brain Food , the great botanical rein
< ly. SI pkp. , G for $ . . At druggists ,
Spontaneous Combustion.
Lowell ( Muss. ) Cornier.
A curious incident happened in the
yard of the Merrimack manufacturing
company yesterday. It was a case of
spontaneous combustion. No damage
vras done , and the occurrence would not
be especially noteworthy but for the pe
culiar circumstances under which it took
plice. An old logrollor used in a wash-
lug machine in the dye house had boon
condemned beciuao it was worn from ago.
The iron rod running through the centre
of the log , by moans of which the roller
revolved upon its bearing ! ! , was surround
ed by sulphur , to prevent the wood
from rotting quickly by the ready con
tact with water which the iron rod nlono
would allow , and also to make the parts
of the roller hold firmly together. When
the roller was condemned it was taken
out in the ynrd ana split open , to sep
arate the wood from the iron. The parts
were not removed , but were left iu the
sun. Some chips nmong the refuse were
were discovered burning about an hour
afterward. It created no little surprise
nt first that wood should take fire by
simply being exposed to the sun. An ex
planation was subsequently arrived at.
In splitting the log pieces of sulphur
were also broken from the rod. A chem
ical action , made easy by the long nnd
iudmnte connection of the sulphur with
the iron rod , ( the latter had rusted con
siderably , ) had been partially completed ,
nud needed only the burning rays of the
sun to produce perfect combustion. Thu
contact of the sulphur with the oxidiziti"
in n formt-d sulphide of iron , afterward
changing to sulphate , which is very sen
sitive to igniting agents.
SITTING Bull is suid to be an in tolli
gent and educated man ; ho instructs hia
young braves how to preserve good
health by teaching them the principles of
hygiene which nro so nbly sot forth in
" 1'liH Science of Lifo , or , Self Preserva
tion. " Published by thu Peabody Medi
ci : ! Institute , Bosurn , advertised in this
paper ,
HlmitiH Kvon on Olio's Dying IMllow.
Puniln Journal.
Orttgut is made from the ontrals of
allot' } ) . Cuttle bone is not bone , hue n
kind of chalk once enclosed in the fossil
remains of extinct specimens of cuttle
fish. Gorman silver wis not invented in
Germany , and does not contain n particle
of silver. Cleopatra's needle was not
erected by the Egyptian queen nor in
her honor. Pompoy's pillar had no his
torical connection with Pompoy in any
way. Sealing wax does not contain n
particle of wax , bufc is composed of Ye-
nio turpentine , shellac and cinabar. The
tube rose is no rose , but a species of
polunth. Whalebone is not bnno and is
said not to possess a single property of
bone.
A CARD. To ill who tru tutlerlng from
uid ludltcrctlont ol youth , nervous wtaknow , early
Jeroy , lorn ol numlixo-i , eta. I will tend a recipe that
will cure you , FllKK OP OH AHQE. Thli great reir-
tdy was < u cmero < l by a u , | . > lonery In South Aroeri.
3ft. Send eelf addrew d envelupt to Hev Josiril T ,
N. Station D. New York. dy e m & eod
A Party uv Himself ,
from tlio Chicago News.
"Pardon me , sir , but you did not
: heor ns the procession passed ; you are
not a Blnino man)1' )
'No , I nm not. "
4 You think then that Cleveland
should "
"You mistake me , sir ; I am not for
Cleveland , "
"Thon it is Butler whom you "
'Wrong ogain , sirj I could not consistently -
sistontly vote forfiuilar , "
"What ! not tor J li ino , nor for Cleveland -
land , nor Butler ? You-must be n pror
hibitionist thon. You'r tha first St.
John man I've root this year ! "
"I am sorry to hear you say that ; I'm
Bt , John myself. "
The finest m&yonaieo dressing for all
kinds of salads , cold meats , raw tomatoes ,
pickled iwlmon , cabbage , etc , is Durkro'a
Salad pressing , It 10 , besides , moro
economical than home-made.
Advertising Chentslll
"It has become so common to begin
nn nrliclo.in nn elegant , interesting stylo.
"Thon run it into some advertisement
that wo avoid all such ,
"And simply call attention to the mer
its of Hop Bitters in as plain , honest
terms ns possible ,
"To induce people
"To give them ono trial , which so
proves their valuothat they will never use
anything elso. " .
The remedy so favorable noticed In nil the p.v
pers ;
IWIglmn nnd sectiliar U
"Hnvlne ft largo tale , nnd is supplanting nl !
othrr nifdicinos.
"Thero H no ilonying llio virtue * nf thn lloj
plnnt , nnd thp proprietors nf Hop hitter * hau
nhmvn great utiruudncMnntJ nbilttv *
"In cinnnonniliiig a mutlicino vhoiii virtue-
are n > i > nli > nl lo to every one's ill ixntitm. "
Did She Die ?
"No !
"Sho lingered and suffered
along , pin
ing away nil the time for years , "
"Tho doctors doing homo goods"
"And nt last waa cured by this Hop
Bitters the papers say so much about. "
"IndeedIndccdl" !
"How thankful wo should bo for that
medicine. "
A Daughter's ' Misery
"Eleven ycnra our daughter suffered
on n bed of misery ,
"From n complication of kidney , liver ,
rhcumtktio trouble and Nervous debility ,
"Under the care of the best physicians ,
"Who giivo nor diacaso various names ,
"But no relief ,
"And now she is restored to UBO in
good health by ns simple n remedy as Hop
Bitters , that wo had shunned foryoars be
fore using it. " TUB PAHBNTH.
Father Is dotting \7oll.
"My daughter says :
"How much bjitur father is since ho
uaod Hop Bitters. "
"Ho is getting well nftor his long suf
fering from n disease declared incurable. "
"And wo are so glnd thut ho used your
Bitters " A Lvov of Utica , N. Y.
MTNono ( 'enulnouthout n btinrli nf K'rcun Hop *
rn the whllu Intel Minn nil the Ulc.iiolaouousstuK
ttlth "Hop' or' lloni' ' In their namo.
\Vlllrmrliyilin BLOOD.Tepi.
l.itu tlic LIVCR unil KIDNEYS ,
uml ) tisroiii2 : Tine HEAi/ril
nnd VIGOR of YOUTH. Uy
popslaMntorAiipctlte , m-
Lack ol StruiiRtli ,
lKc'clliiRnlisolniclT
cured. Hones , muscles im
ncrvi-i rctxlvo nowlorco.
JiillM'ng Ihu mlml und
futilities "rain 1'mvrr.
Snllurliixlrom complaints
_ f peculiar tu Iliclr Eex Mill
dnil In DR. HARTEK'SIIIOK TONIO n into find
tji.-edy cure , ( lives ucltar , licaltliy complexion.
1 rcqncnt attempts nt ciMniUrlVUiiiK only add
to IliopopiiUrlt/ul'lliu oilKln.il. i > o not espurl-
ment Kotthu Or.idivAi , JVNUIIKST.
/f Pond yournddrt'SfltoThoDr. HnrtnrM d.Co.V
HSt.Jxiulf , Mo. for our "DREAM BOOK.-R
'QUinllot ttrnpgi ] ' . .a J uootal Information. f roo. X .
EAMBURG-AMEKIOAJS
DIRECT LINE FOR ENOLAND , FRAKCK AKD
'
The stoaraihlpn of thli noil-known line are built ol
Iron , In wat r-tiiht compartments , and are furnish
edwltti every rciiinaito to mike t'jo paaao o both
eato and a ccabla. lliov carry the United Stated
rnd European malls , ami It-avo Now Yorlcg Thurs
da > s and Saturdays for Plymouth ( LONDON ) Cher
bourR. ( IA HIS ) and IIAMUUMQ
lUtes : First Cabin , $ * > 5 , $65 and 875. Steerage , ? 2
Uenry Pundt , Mark llaneen , F .U. Monro9M , Tolt ,
Mentaln Omaha , G ton owlet ? ft. SchoentRcn , agents lu
Council Bluffs. C. B : UlCilAliD S CO. , Oon. Pass
At8 , fil Brondway , N. Y. Cbas. Kozminsl.1 & Co-
Oeneral Wcstoja Aemta , 107 Washington St. . Chlca
. ,
nlr l , rllralRU , Sciatica
Kidney , Bnlnu nn1 I.Uer
UI ca > 8Oout.Afthrattlleart
' ' > ytlP lii. Cona'l-
- iiitlon. Krjripelu. Catonn ,
V/tt 1'llei. E | > iup8T , Imiiolcncy ,
c. rrolapma Uteri.etc. Only wit nil He El ie-
Inclleltln Anitrlc/ithnt endstheKlectriclty anil mup- (
nc'tlHMi through Hie body.aJid can bo recharged In onln-
Gtont br thu imtlent.
SI.OOO Would Not Bu It.
DR. HORMB I was afflicted with rheumatism and
jored by using a belt. To any one afflicted \dth
ihat disease , I would eay , buy Ilorno's Kleotrlo Dc't ,
Any one can confer with me by writing calling
k I my store , 1120 Douglas street. Omaha , Neb.
WILLIAM LYO a
MAIN OFF1CK-1422 Dnuglos Street.
CTFor stle at O. F. Qooamtn'i tirug Store' 1110
arnam Bt , Omaha
Onlpin filled O. O O
Of the Northwest , Detroit , Minn.
\countrv of WOODS AND LAKKH.iOO mlUn neat
> f St. 1'auL Tarcu trains dally on the K I' . It. K. ,
lth80 Day Excursion. Tickets at about one-half
atcs ,
HOTEL MINNESOTA ,
VH clcfant house with awnmmoiUtlons foi 200
lueatH. R. R. COLBURN , Pro
jtJTHKVD rilR CiaCULAKSnlVIMI XULL rAR
IN BOTTLES. .
Erlangnr , Utwaria
JuliuLacher , Bavana
Pilauer Bobomiaij ,
KsiiHor Bremen ,
DOMESTIC.
Badwoiser St , Louis
inlmiiBor St. Louis
Beso a Milwaukee
clilita-Pilsnor Milwaukee
Kr uc'a Omaha
Ale , Porter , Domestic and Rhine
ED. MAUUER
1818 VarnomSi
n-.XAS . TRAIL CATTLE ,
About 2,601 henlmostly one and twoeua old
teers. Will bo at Ogalalla about Augiut 2Uth. In.
[ ulre of er addreu
D. U. nillilES ,
Jy 80-inlo lui Ogalilla , Neb
D. A.WILSONM.D.
( Faculty Prize , Medical Colltge of Ohio.
Sl-ECIALTY
PILES , FISTULA ,
And other Diseases of tha Anus and Rectum.
) ov 's ' Opera Honse.
ere ed ami tf
C. A. POTTER ,
LAW REPORTER !
Omaha , Neb.
4TUcx > iitIon Dictations , Eta , promptly tteautJ
Ii
Owing to the increase
in our business we've
admitted to the firm
Mr Edwin Davis , who
is well and favorably
known in Omaha.Tkis
will enable us to han
dle an increased list \ .
{
of property. We ask
those who1 have desirable -
/
rable property for /
saleto place the same
wtth us. The new firm
will be
HEAL ESTATE
BROKERS.
South 14th St ,