Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 27, 1884, Page 2, Image 2

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    2 OMAHA DAILY -WEDNESDAY , AUGUST27 ,
PRINCIPAL LINE
CHICAGO , PEOKIA & ST. LOUIS
nv WAV or
OUAHA AND LINCOLN TO DENV2R ,
on VIA
KANSAS CITY AND ATCH1SON to DENVER
ConnrctliiK In Union Depots nt Knniait'lty
Omaha ntul Denver with tlnoiigh trains Tor
And all points In tlio Great West
Conncctliifrln Gmnd I'nlon lcHitat ) | Chicago
with throiiKli tnilns for
KE W Y O Jt. K , JtO , S y O y ,
And nil Kv , * nTH (311 lot.
At I'eorln with tlm > it 'jtnilns lor Iiullnna ; >
oils , Cincinnati , Colm * V ' " ' " imlnli li
thoSontll-Kii . At Hf JU rtlls with tlltuncl
trains for nil polnt.s Scu' ljv
Klcpiiit { Day Coanhps 1'nilor Cars , with Ho.
dining Chain ( seats Ju-o ) , .Smoking Cars will
lUivolvlnir Chatrn , I'tiUnum J'alacti Hlucplnt
ara anil the famous o. II. AQ. Dlnlnir Can
run dally tonnd fnim ChlcnKo nml KIIIIBIIS Oily
ClilrnKo ntul Council lllulls UlilciiK" nnd Dei
JIoliics , UhlcnRo , St. Joseph , Atuhlson nnd
Tupokn without rlmiio. | Only thioimh lint
rtinnltiR tholr iwn tmlim between Chlcano ,
I.tncoln and Denver , nnd Chluuro. KIIIISIH
pity nnd Denver. Thrmmh curs lietwron
Iiidlanii | > olla nnd Council Hiiiim , via I'eorln
0 > INO IVOKTII AND .SOUTH.
I I Solid Tnilns of Klcgniit Day Coaches nnd
Pullman 1'nlnco Sleeping earn nro run dally to
nnd from St. I.OUH | ; vln Ilniinllmli yulncy ,
Kcokulc , llurlliiKlon , Ccdnr lliipldsnnd Albeit
I.cntoSt. 1'nnl nnd .Allnnenpolls ; I'liiliirCara
M'lth Itpclinlnif Chairs to nnd liom St. Louis
nnd I'oorlo. OnlyonocliaiiKoofrnrs botwi-iin
St. Louis nnd DcH\Iolnu4 \ , Iowa , Lincoln , No.
l > mskn , nnd Ucnvor , Rolomilti.
It Is ulso the only TlnoiiKh Line bfetwcon
ST. LOUIS , MINNSArOLIS aai ST. PAUL.
It Is known ns the Rrcat TIlUOtTGII OAlt
Klpft LINK of America , nnd Is universally ndmit-
pft ted to bo the
Finest Equipped Railroad In the World for
all classes of Travel.
ThmtiRh Tickets via this line for snlo at [ ti
lt. U. COUDOU ticket olllces in the United States
Md Canudu.
aj. . roTTKii , rnnoEVAL LOWELL ,
Vlce-Pre . & Oen. il ni r. Of n
I fiTTlW * Tno U1 < 1 ° i t u toiiu ana
U I I L0 I Lino" In connection with tb
fm B | i corporate n&mo ota great tofcd
B H convoys an lilc * of uit wh
III R" required by the traveling nnb
i i nl *
d ) D H and the biat ol accommocU
BaHBabiB tlonll ot which are loin
f Ohod by the greatest lallwav la America.
QHIOAGO , | yiL | WAUIEE
And St. Paul.
Ilowni and operate ) oior 4,600 mllea ot
Northern Illinois , Wisconsin , Minnesota , Iowa
Dakota ; and aa U miln lines , branches and connec
tions roach all the great business centres of the
Northwest and Far West , It naturally answers Ihl
description of Short Line , and Host lloute between
ChloaKOi Milwaukee , St. Paul and Minneapolis
Ohlcao | , Milwaukee , La Crosse and Wlnona.
Ohloago , Milwaukee , Aberdeen and Kllendala
Chicago , Milwaukee , Kau Claire and Stlllwutof
Chicago , Milwaukee , Wausau and Merrill.
Ohlcago , Milwaukee , Heaver Dam and Oahkosb.
Ohlo&KO , Milwaukee , Wauknsha and Ooonomowoe. .
Ghloajro , Milwaukee , Madison and I'ralrlodu Chin.
Chicago , Milwaukee , Owatonna and Falrlbaull.
Chlc&KO , nololt JanosvlMo and Mineral Point.
Chicago , Kljtln , Ilocktord and Dubuquo.
Chicago , Clinton , ftock Island and Cedar JUpld/ .
Chicago , Council IlluDs and Omal a.
Chicago , Bloux City , Sioux Fallsand Yank ton
Chicago , Mllwaukou , Mitchell and Chamborlalo.
Hook IsUnd , Dubunuo , St. Paul and MlnnoapoUf.
Davcupoit.riilnur , Rt. Paul and Minneapolis.
Pullman S nepers and the Finest Dining Carfl In
the H : ild are run on the main linosot the CHICAGO ,
UILwAUKEK AND ST. PAUL JIAILW AY , and every
attention U paid to'paasongorsby courteous employes
ol the Company.
S. B. UERniLL. Gen'l Manager.
A. V II. CAUPKNTEn , don' Pass. Agl.
J.T. CLAHK.Oon'IS.ipt.
QEO. II. HEAFFOKD , Ass't Oonl. Pa Aet.
MANUKAOTUIIEU OF
GALVANIZED IRON
CORNICES.
WINDOW CAPS , FINALS , ETC ,
Stxroot ,
MAHA - . NKHHARK
ALONG TIIK LINK OF T1IK )
'Chicago , : St , Paul , Minneapolis and
OMAHA RAILWAY.
The now extension ol thla line from Wakofleld up
the
BEAUTIFUL VALLEY of the CAN
through Concord and Uolurliino
. .
Hoaches the best portion ol the Utato , H | > oclal ox.
ourdlon rates for land teekors over thin line to
'Wayne , Norfolk nnd Hartlugton , and via Illair to all
prindpal ] > oliU on the
SIOUX 01TY & PACIFIC RAILROAD
Trains ever tht 0. . St. P. M. & O. Uollwav to Cov
ngton , BlouK City , Ponca , Ilaitlngton , Wayne and
Norfolk ,
or fremont , OakJi.o , Nellgh , and through to Val
entine.
jtSTor rates and all Information cell on
F V. WII1TNKY , Genera Agent ,
Western Cornice-Worts }
IRON AND BLATE UOOK1NO.
0 , SPECHT , PROP ,
illl Docglu Bi OBU&A , HtK
Galvanized Iron Cornices ,
\trDomtr Wlndowi , Flntoli , Tin , Iron and SUU
itooflnif.Bpeohfil'aent Metalllo Hkyllght , PiUnl
adjusted lUtcbetOtr and llracket BhelvlnK. I im
ho general agent I the above line olljoodi. Ire
lUliistr ile.Vi'r mla . Irn" B
Olaulcal , Scientific , Commercial and Art Depart
menu , lloth oxcs admitted. Tuition Jour ,
Inir Lhe P , bwt of wclety. KuU ? ( xiulij | > ed faculty
IjTAddreMlorpartloulirt , U v. W. W. liana *
0. 1 > . 1'rwldent , or 1'rof. 0 M. De JsleU , Becretar ;
the Faculty UclUvue , Neb. _ ifmo tut
DUFREHE& MENDELHOH.
ARCHITECTS
tf 70 OilAUA K7JOANAL HJUf
UUILDIM9.
The feeble dro'
ftroruwhcn Hostel
t.r'ftJStnmachimtci
l u odto | > remote '
llmllatlonoltholofl
nd enrich the blcxk
Indlircfltlontlie chli
ohntatlc to n aiqn
sitlon of ftrcnnlh 1 >
llieucak , isan al
tncnt which Infill
My micctimh ] to th
action of thliiicrlM
eorrcctiio. COM '
lU > li Ainl nppctlt <
failure to tlccji , an
pronini ; evidence c
premature dec.iyar
peedll oountencl
c < l by the urea ! In
vlfto m nt , nhlcl
hrtcci up the | 'h
- u m stall em rirle and fo
tines the constitution airnlntl illicwo For falo by !
dca.nrj generally.
AA | . wotH. turn lifiprptit , frUrrWt uio.t. , l > * .f U.-1 * p" . n-1 ll
( Ittrl'rf eftb. f iif * tlt Untni A.w df * lw | M d.HH < j IU f
to fllktl.r ct tnr * < q. . ml t fcll lumm.r drtokt Ttt II. tixl
& * . .r * r rountr Vlti , A k t.ur ftirrr r tlni l l M tl | WLA
! / - < iiiaiiur.runiiri > ii.ii. . n Miiirntftoovi.
iw. . TrorrssuAMH ,
si . tf. Jr.
At thliBoitinnnftthc
I ear , the hllirlty nl
.ho children 11 often
A fyi&K&irtiorPaA " > omo Indli-
fa/T y'Z ZS&ilP' reilo.n onthotnrtnf
W JjSttr ? & 2/Jk 'ho r rciitorchllo > ri < J
b K.mSsJertt.VV1 ; „ , B' re ult. djientory ,
liolcra Infantum , or
ithcr cnmtil lints of
tonmchor hovels en-
lies. In all BUth eaten
Udpo's Fooil Is tlio best
llctctlo. Ith perfectly
> nfo , being neutral In
„ . action iiiun uio UUHTUII ) , and In no M a Interferes
Hlth action ot medicines Put m > In four el7cs-3'x : ,
J5c , * l ! Candl 76. 1'or f ale by lru ( { lsti ) . WOOL-
HICH kw , on label.
GIVEN
AnENTIONf8R10KERS !
All contestants for the 25 premiums neprcptt-
Ing above amount , olluroil by lllnokw ell's ' Dur
ham Tobacco Co. , must observe tlio following
conditions on which the premiums nro to bo
awarded : All Imp must bear our original
Hull Durham label , U. S. Kcvcnuo Stamp , and
Cnutlcm Notice. The hugs nin.st ho done \ip
securely In n package with name nnd nddu'si
trecndcr.nuil numbcrof bugs contained plain-
y marked on tlio outside. Charges nin.st bo
prepaid. Omtcstrloicsfi'wcmlicrSvth. Allpack-
HKCS Ghoiild bo forunrclcil December let , nnd
must reach us at Durham not later than Dfcan-
ler Jfth. No matter where you reside , send
your pack ago , advlso mliy mull Hint you have
< lone BO , and Mate the number of biiKi Bent.
NamcH of successful routcslants , with number
oflmgs returnedwill bo published , Dcc.'Jiln
llo iton.//aaW ; New York , llernlil ; I'hllixlcl-
phia , Timei ; Durham , N. C. , Tiilmcca 1'lnnt ;
New Orleans , Tunri-Ucmnrrati Cliiclnnntl,7. > > -
quirrr ; Chicago , Haily Neva ; San I'n-uclsco ,
Ulironlclc. Aildrcsi ,
lll.ACUWii.l..S : DlTtlltAM TOIUCCO Co. ,
DUIUIAM , N. C.
Every genuine package has picture of Hull.
OH-Kfti our next uniiouiicement.'Sa
HOLBEOOK , SHELTOK & HEADY.
inpeering , Surveying
AND CONTllACriNG WORK
lone within the city and throughout the State.
HTOIUco Crelghton Illock , 0 | > poslto City Engineer's
Illco. _ _ al2-lm
MANHOOD RESTORE. ) .
A victim of cntlr Imprudence , cr.citng nervous
Ceblllty , plunularo decay , oto , having trim ) ( a
fain every known rvminly. Ima dlmovornil n Blmpli
meanii of coir-ouro. which bo " 111 ooail 1'UEli to
DOCTOR
< ! 17 St. ClmrlcH S ( . , St. Louts , Mo.
A rcBulur grit < 1untnnrt4 Kc(1lfilCo1Uc ( ( hB lrrn ) longer
fiifMgwl Iu thn i > celi4llrcBtinent f CMUONIC , } \oit.HwiH
nnii | II * " > D PuKAiutliaa unr ffltirr I'hjilclanja fit , Ix li ,
Wlty I | > fri ho r niul nil nM rr > ld < nu know.
Nervous Prostration , Debility , Mental and
Physical Weakness ; Mercurial and other AHoc-
tlons ol Throat. Skin or Danes , Blood-poisoning ,
old Sores and Ulcers , m trtiti.i * iih unrartiitiul
mrepMtm tatntirlrutlllo j > rlncl | IP * , i fcfclj PHmtflj.
Diseases Arising from Indiscretion , Excels ,
ExpOSUrO or IndulgcncO * whlrh | rutlura ioma of tli
lolloHlnn HUcii iivnonttuui , tlil.llilr . , iliumeot of t til
ntl ilcfoctlte turiiiorjr , iliuplrinii ( tie fno , iiir lrtl dc > 7 ,
TtTiloulotl.a lorlety of ft mitlei , runfmU * nfl.hm.cta ,
reiulorinp Marrinco Improper or unltoppy ,
, rtiniptilritnil | tgeif > u tliu l ) * eM-ril
a iftlul tutcIfli'P ' , frit' to uy nJ'lriki. Coimultttlluu t of >
Ueeur lij uiRll fne , ntnllitrliot.tllo \ for fuc tiubi.
/ \ Positive Written Guarantee
cirri Iu til cur l.l4c , c . ll.Mlrlnci icnt o\orj h re.
FauiphlotB , Kncllah or Oerinau , (14tmsom. . d'w
orlblue nbovo iliiou 0b , In wale or fomuU , '
MARR8AGE CUIDE !
TOO i > ngun , llnf * Illiiitratr * ! In ( IPil
doet munuycr usunnr | cur r , vie.
eoiitalni doubtful nt lu > ivllUfj \
Lnow. A ou rvit to 1I , ilciu'wtjt
flil > i'ioen are U * nilvjoe.
FEXAS TRA CATTLE ,
About ! ! , r < X ) head , mostly ono nml two > o r * old
loom. Will bo at Oh'alalla about Autrual SOth. In.
mlr * ol ur addroiM
ID. U. C.UIMKS
V ID-inici 1m Ottal&lla Neb
HAS NO UPEIIIOU.
The Steck is a Durable Piano ,
rim BTECK HAS BINDING QUALITY OP TONE
FOUND NO OTIIKU I'lANO.
BOLD NLY 1)Y )
TOODBEIDGS BROS , ,
215 OPERA
OMAHA NED.
DR.
IDYESI
' *
( Hf fiMH.I ( AI TKk )
4if4.CT 0-VOLTAIO IIELT end other KLrornio
Pi Arriuvcm nru irnt on iM Days' Trial TO
HUN ONLV.OUN(1 ( UH OLI ) , who or surTrr-
IIIK from NBUVOUJ DKIULITT. Lour v'niurr ,
AiriNO WEiUNCS-iui , end all tnoi
NATUUK. tesuHloii from Aiiuscs and
Urn EH CUusi : * . B | > e dy relief unit rompleta
( uooratlou 1C .IKILTII. Vuiou and llixuooo
uviiunii'P. Bond at ouco tor Jllaitr Uxl
famphlrt free. Adareis
fUl.TAU' XKI/1' L' ( . . Mumlmll. Mich ,
A , SHIPMAN , M. D ,
Bellevue , - Nebraska ,
OFFICE WITH
M. A , SDIPMAN , DRUGGIST
OIil ) .MSI HIUDOKK ,
HcnilnlflccnccH of Uio Old Trnppcr-
Hlsl'ccullnrlilcfl .Ucmnrk l > le
Slnrlcfl ,
N. V. Sun.
Jim liridgor WAS born in Illinois i
1805. 110 left tliore to begin frantic
Ufa when about 18 years old. The coui
try between the Missouri river and th
Pacific ocean was then unfrequented b
white men , aavo a few daring trappers
Among the firat who ventured into th
wild regions of the Kocky mountain !
drained by the Pintles , the Yellowstone
Salmon river , and other streams , waa
noted trader , Gen , Ashley , of Missouri
With Gon. Ashley , Bridger wont on th
plains hi 1823 or 1824. After the re
turn of Ashlor , Jim was employed b
the Ilocky Mountain Fur company. IIi
knowledge of the country and trust
worthiness secured him the command o
a party of the company's menand ho wa
styled ft bourgoolso , a name give ;
by the French traders to such men
In 18 , ' ! 1 the Hooky mountain am
American fur companies wnro consoll
dated. Bridgor was retained as [ a boui
gcoi.so in the now organization. Th
number of trappora increased so a.i t
make a perceptible decrease In the number
bor of beavers. Fura depreciated il
value because of the large ) supply throw !
on the market. Trapping on a larg
acalo became unprofitable , and in 1811
the consolidated fur company was dis
banded. Jim Bridgor , however , pursuoi
his calling as a trapper and trader will
the Indians , associated with two other
who had been in the company's employ
Krappo and Vasquez. In 1811 they established
tablishod their headquarters near when
Fort Bridgor now stands. To-day th <
romnina of the chimneys of their cabini
may bo soon on the first bench of table
land south of the fort. That yoai
Frappe was killed by the Indians , and
the year following Bridgor and Vaaquej
removed to the very spot on which the
fort now stands. Their cabins wore
iftarwards inclosed with a small cobble-
itono wall , built by Mormons. The
vftll is still standing.
The feelings existing between Bridgor
ind the Latter Day Saints were not
riondly. Suspecting Bridgor's animosity ,
ho Mormons resorted to diplomacy to
scortain his real status. To draw him
ut , ono of their number pretended to
10 his friend and an enemy of the Mor
ions. The old trapper , having associated
11 his lifo with mon whoso honor and in-
ogrity were nbovo price , suspected noth-
ig. Io took mon for what they appear-
tl to bo. and ho was not backward in do-
ouncing the fanatics before the spy.
'ho ' Mormona then put an "Avenging
iiigol" on the track of Jim Bridgor. Ho
ot wind of it and abandoned his houso.
lo was cached in the bushes along
inith'a and Black's iork for several
ooks. Occasionally a friend visited him
i his retreat. Ilowas over on the alert.
rnclo Jack Robinson told mo that ho
isitcd him at this time , and was sur-
riaod to BOO the old trappur advancing ,
'ith gun cocked , an in an alarming rago.
Fnclo Jack exclaimed : "My God ,
iridgor ! do you intend to shoot mo ? "
Jim did not recognize his friend until
ospoko. IIo then replied : "No Jack ,
ut 1'vo got a dose here for six of thorn
n Mormon B ,
Soon afterwards ho loft the country ,
'his iraa in 1853. Ilia friends managed
o hold onto his property , including
tock and some Indian trading goods ,
intil ho returned in 1855 when ho sold
mt to the Mormons.
Bridgor claimed a title to tlio land in
.ho . vicinity of the Fort by virtue of pos-
ussion and a Spanish grant. IIo dis-
losod of his interest to the Mormoni.
Subsequent investigation proved that ho
md no lawful claim to the property but
it ono time his clnim was so far rocog-
ii/.od by Gon. .Johnson that hia quartor-
naator entered into negotiations for ita
mrchaao by the government. This was
vhon it was.docidod to locate a military
> est thaxo.
After disposing : of hiae.t aio , real , per-
onal , and mixed , Bridgor went toVost -
tort , Mo. , and remained there until the
xpoditiou agntnafciho' Mormons in 1857.
lu served an a guido to the arms under
on. .lohnston , and romaiuod with it for
wo or thioo years at Camp Floyd , near
ialt Lake City. Again ho returned to
ilissouri. Bo remained there until
804 , wheu ho was again oaiployod as a
tudo for the troops establishing posts on
ho Powdur river route , and afterward at
' 'ort Phil liaarnoy and iu other sections
f the country. For hia aervicca to the
ovornnieut ho had collected little
lonoyvhon 1 last saw him. Ho rp-
eivod vouchers for his pay. Ho said
o had a bureau drawer nearly full of
hem at homo. With nil confidence in
ho honesty of Undo Sam , and having nose
so for the money , ho prof erred to lot the
ouchorH remain in , the drawer.
AMMONIA. .
Ammonia 19 nbtnlmxl In lor o quantitliM by
ho imtrpfucUou of the urtno at niihnnli ) , /
yelaf * li < i llrUaimiaa. .
Kvry lioiist'kooi r can test I ) ViiiR uowilora
ciiitiiiiiiii ) , ' this ( IsKKUBtitiR druf ? by plnciiiR n
: nn of thu "Koynl"or "Aiulrowa1 J'uarl" tor
luwa on n hot Btovo until luuied , then remove
.ho . cover ami mnvll ,
Dr. l'ricn'ii Crinin Itnkina Vuwdor docn not
Contain Ammonia , Alum , l.itno , l'oto h , liuno
I'lMWpliattiH , ( i > n.ve it by tto n\x > vo U-st ) . It
H lirepart'il by a Vliyalciau nail Chomlat with
[ Hjclul rt'K nl to clouiilinoda uiul hanltliful-
oaa.
Illnlnc'H llrotlior ,
Neil G. Blaiiio , who assorts that ho is
.ho older brother of James G. , and carries
Lho documents in his carpet-sack to prove
it , is at the Grand Pacific hotel en his
tray oast. In conversation with a ro-
iiortor for the Times , last evening , Mr.
Ulaino claimed that ho had boon the aub-
joct of many unjust attacks in the news-
l > anora. "They say , sir , " said ho ,
"that I am the black thoop of the family.
Uy - , I am the white1 ahoup. I Imvo
never drawn a dollar of public money in
my life , never had any political patron"-
Ago given mo , and 1 don't expect it if
Jim's elected , I'm an honest farmer ,
live four miles from Salem , iu the Wil-
latnotto valley , Oregon , and I can pay
for what 1 cau got 1 iras in Chicago
thirty years ago and made $1,000.
Then I drifted west , and have boon in
Oregon twenty years. I am not seeking
notoriety , but I am indorsed by Gov.
Moody , of Oregon , and the secretary of
state , and it's a - shame that I should
Im ridiculed by the papers. I saw Maj.
BUino and visited him on my way
through Montana , and I have another
brother who is curator in the department
of agriculture at Washington. "
"llow long einco you have seen Jomos
G. BUinor was asked.
"It's eighteen years. Wo were all
educated together in the old college ut
Washington , Pa. , and drifted away on
our own hook. 1 saw Jim when ho came
out to California , and I'm on my way tc
Bar Harbor. Look here ; I'm no politi
cian , and I want thu newspapers to lo
mo alono. | | I'm not going oa t bocouii
ho'a been nominated for president , and '
don't want ny favors. I am a good re
publican.but I don't know any thing aboti
politics , Thcso follows doubt my rclr
tionship , and there's been lots of stuff i
the newspapers. Coma up to my root
and I'll ' show you the record. You can
got mo to talk politics , and 1 don't war
you to put mo in the papers. "
Mr. Blalno htvl evidently boon hnvin
a good time with some friends , and r
the conclusion of the interview sough
the repose afforded by ono of the luxur
ous sofas that adorn the hotel rotund ;
and sank into n gcntlo slumber.
Angostura Hitlers do not only distil
Riilsli tlicmsolvc.1 by their flavor and nromntl
odor above nil others gonornlly lined , but the
are nl u n euro preventive for nil dlicnsai orii
liiatlnft from the digentlvo organs. ISawnro (
counterfeits. ABC ! your grocer or druggist f <
thn genuine article , manufncturod by Dr. >
, IS , Sclgert & SOIIH.
AVcHtorn CjuulldntcH ,
Chicago Herald.
Now ace thn result of not nominatin
a western man for president. Obaorv
the despicable campaign of vituporatio ;
and slander. If somebody from th
northwest corner of Nebraska , in tin
neighborhood of the hood-waters of th
Niobrara , had been named by the demo
crntio convention and any abacono Buffa
lo prints or preachers has assailed hi
private character wo would now hoar tin
tramp of armed mon. A Wmcheste
rifle is the most powerful argumon
against alandor that was over invented
With western candidates the canvas
would have boon conducted on a higt
moral piano. The intellect and not tin
passions of mon would have been ap
pealed to. But what can bo expected o
the east ) Its barbaric yawp has sproac
itself all ever the country , drowning on
the utterances of the moro polished am
less vociferous west. The next nationa !
conventions will know where to look foi
candidates.
Mr. St. John , the prohibition nominee ,
is a citizen of Kansas. If anybody al
the east wantn to BOO ono hundred
thousand wild Kansans on the war-path
lot him slander him just onco.
A Cuckoo Canvass ,
M. Quad.
Among the most curious facts in nat
ural history is the female cuckoo'a habit
of laying her cgga in the nests of other
birds. When the young cuckoo is
hatched by its unauspootinc foster-
mother it shoves the other little birds
out of the neat and appropriates all the
jrubs. It is on this plan that General
Butler advises hia supporters to deposit
their ballots. They are to drop them
Dn whichever side they select in every
state and when the electors are hatched
in November ono or moro is to bo of the
Butlorito brood. It is voting on the
; uckoo plan. Wo fear that few cuckoos
would bo hatched in real lifo if Mrs.
Quckoo said to Mrs. Sparrow "This little
tlo egg will hatch out a bird juat like mo ,
which will knock out every sparrocvlot in
the batch before it is n week old. " To
latch out Butler electors on the cuckoo
plan it would bo necessary for the Butler
supporters to make such overtures , hit
will not do. Butler's supporters , de
prived ot brasa bands and torchca , and
with the cuckoo for an emblem , and
"Cuckoo" for a war cry , would bo a aad
party.
AUoy'n Sacrifice for Ills Sister ,
Cincinnati KnqmVor.
About six weeks ago little Boll * Toi-
guson , the daughter of a night watchman
at the Columbus and Homo station , had
both logs terribly lacerated in the turn
table , the akin being ao far separated that
her physicians , Dra. Jordan pnd Ticltnor ,
told the family it would bo impossible to
make the parts heal unlcsa fresh bits of
akin were grafted on the ugly wounda.
As soon as this was known to Bollo's
brother Roggy , a lad 12 years old , he
atopr. oil up to the physicians and promised
to bo on hand at any time the next da ?
and lot them- cut the necessary akin from
his arm. At the appointed time ho mot
the engagement , bared his arm , and by
moans of a knife and pair of scissors ,
four p'ocos ' of skin were taken from hia
arm and transferred to his slater's wounds. .
The skin is growing flnoljr.
Freight ami Kvprcss.
Hhilidolttiiin Call.
Now Correspondent 1 see you did
not publish my letter ,
Editor No. It must have boon sent
by slow freight , for it yet here several
: lnY3lato. _ However , 1 should not have
published it anyhow. When you have
nothing but "words , words , words , " to
iond , tha alow freight will do aa well aa
anything else.
Correspondent Wol ! but suppose in
stead of moro "words , words , worda , " I
liavo ideas ; then what ?
Editor Kxprcsa them , of course.
Striker * ) .
Clllf V410 , August 2l ! . TOD police wio called
njxni to iiioll | Uio trouble 'totwecn ' Btilklng and
noii'imioii brick-makoid , in the town of Lake ,
north of tlilx city , thin inoniiiitf , Thu ntrlkerti
Rttauktn ) the non-union nit 11 t-inployuil in uno
if the yards , but WITH dilveu away. The
[ ormcir then visited a ynrj opei Jtotl by n man
immad lllt'iidahl\Unm > they \ \ ere again driven
ulf. They then asaauttod the ichidonci < of
Blomlnhl with Htonon , Horioiuly injii'iiiR M .
I'lendiih ! . They thou lUuporeiil on Ilia arrival
of ilvo i > olfco.
JlonorH to Urcoly.
1'oiirHMOiTH , K. II. , August 2'i ' Lieut.
Oroely reccivt-d from Command ir Choyno.
of tlio Uoyal ICngliah navy , n consratidatory
dispatch. An urRimt telegram was nlno 10-
cohcd from Capt. Hfdfonl , rciiiicHtitif :
( rt'cly's pre.oiuo ut n iiifoting of the HntiHii
association at roiitrual hVptunber 1st.
Oroely loaves to-morrow for Montreal ,
I'oiiTHUOUTH , August 21 ! . DitLosHopa eunt
lottem from tlio Vtonch ( Joographlcal .Society
congratulating -Jrooly ( upon tlio pciuntilic-ro-
nultj of his expedition , cxpressinff sympathy at
thu loss of comJadi * and coiifl titlatlrjg , him
upon his roacu .
Captured UoiulH lletiirdoil.
WALIIINOTON , August 'Jli.Tho troaranec of
the I'mtcd StiUsorwardeil to the governor
of I iuslana 21 , COO free schol bondft of Ilia
state , captured at llaton KMICO in HiUy-lhu ,
by Lieutenant General Sheridan. Tl oy form-
oil a part of a lot of city , vtuto ami southern
railroad bonds of tha vuluo o ? S3.000.800.
A Cut In KulcMot Travel ,
ST. P.\vi , Auguit 2V ( Thu Likfr Superior
Transit company , ti > meet the raUronil c\it
cant , liaa reduced Bocaml class paasvuger mten
us follo v ! lly lake , 810 to IJostou mul Now
\ork , neutof $ Ute ilulfaloamlllrie , 811 to
Cleveland and Detroit.
Tlio Uoiinolt-Maakoy Cnllo.
LONDON , August 25. The Btoam hip Para-
day has Just laid tha fiist deep ei'a cullp , and
Is now returulnt ; to Woolwich to rtcei\e tha
remainder of the deep nen jxirtion and the
Anierican alioru end.
lllnlnn'8 Coiulltinn.
UAH HAHIIOII , MK. , Aupunt 20. Ulalne'd
lndl iKMHlon will render bin deiiartura fer
several ditva very doubtful. 1 lo H miircfiiic
from u hillioua attack and a heavy cold , and
at present la kept In his room ,
A Failure Iu Immlior ,
MINNKATOUH , Augiwt 20. Schmliiloa in
DsMKumeut of the lumber firm of Illim A
Klliott show Uabllitios SlOO.OCOj iibsuts , 81113 ,
000 , . . . . . .
OAMI * IN THE AUCriC ClllCM
TlioQiinntity nnd Variety of Anium
Klllfil by HioOrccly Party ,
Norfolk Herald.
Following is a statement of the gam
killed by Lieut. Oreoly's party in the r
gion adjarcnt to Lady Franklyn b
during their long stay in the froze
north :
August , 1881 10 musk oxen , 1 bar
1 ptarmigan.
September , 1881 5 wolves , 10 mui
oxen , 1 seal.
February , 1882 7 hares.
March , 1882 1 lommin , four hare
April 1882 1 fol
May , 1882 2 lemmings , 3 musk oxoi
H seals , 1 hare.
Juno , 1882 1 wolf. 4 lemmings , 1
muak oxen , 1 seal , 11 harns , 17 kit :
ducks , G long-tailon ducks , 20 dovokin
2 burkomastor gnlls , 1 arctic fox , i
sknas , o brent goose , 7 ptarmigans ,
turnatones.
July , 1882 t ermines , 10 musk oxot
2 hares , i ) long tailed ducks , 10 oidc
ducks , ono sabine gull , 5 arctic terns , 11
skuas , 27 brent geese , G turnstonos ,
sand-piper , 14 owls.
August , 1882 2 ermines , 33 mus
oxen , 2 seals , 11 harps , C king ducks ,
long-tftilod ducks , 7 eider ducks , 13 dove
kina , 2 burgomaster gulls , 33'arctio , term
40 sknas , 37 brent geese , 32 ptarmigans
54 turnatonos , 1 Dandling , 1G knots ,
ringed plover , 2 owls , 1 walrus.
September , 1882 3 foxes , 1 ormiuo ,
musk ox , 3 seals , 2 hares , 1 raven ,
ptarmigan , 1 turnstone , and 1 owl.
November , 1882 1 fox and 1 mua'
ox.
December , 1882 1 seal.
February , 1883 1 haro.
Marsh , 1883 1 ermine and 3 hares.
April , 1883 2 hares and 4 ptarmigan
May , 1883 3 musk oxon , 2 aoals , '
lares and 11 turnatonos.
Juno , 1883 1 wolf , 2 foxes , 3 musl
oxen , 3 seals , 14 king ducks , 27 long
.ailed ducks , 1 eider duck , 21 dovoakina
L diver , 3 burgomaster gecso , 12 arctic
.orns . 12 brent goose , 15 ptarmigan , 2
.urnstoncs . , 8 knots , ! owl and 1 phila-
ropo.
July , 1883 1 lemming , 3 hares , fi
cing ducks , 5 long-tailed ducks , 2 brent
geese , 8 turnstonca , 2 knots and ono phil-
aropo.
Auguat , 1883 2 aoola , G long tailed
neks , 3 eider ducks , G dovekins. 1 brent
ooso , 1 turnstone , and 1 knot.
A summary of the above gives a total of
11 game killed as follows : Seven wolves ,
foxes , 8 ermines , 8 lemmings,103 muak
xon , 1 ! ) seals , 57 hares , 44 king ducks ,
3 long-tailed ducks , 30 cider ducks , GO
ovokiua , 1 diver , G burgomaster ; gulls , 1
abino gull , 21 arctic terns , 178 sknas , 84
> rent geese , 1 raven , 70 ptarmigan , 100
urnstones , 1 sandpiper , 1 sandhng , 27
not ; , 2 ringed plovers , 18 owla , 2 phila-
epee , 1 walrus.
The above statement of the game found
y the Lady Franklin bay expedition ,
vhich waa prepared by Sergt , Brainard ,
a of interest aa allowing what species of
> irds and animals frequent Grinnell lane ,
nd at what season of the year the mi-
ratory birdinroturn'to that region. No
amo was killed during the months of
October , November and December , 1881 ;
nnuary and October 1882 , and January
883 when hunting waa imposaiblo on
ccount of the darkness and cold. The
olitary musk os killed in 1882'was found
vy the party which was sent that menthe
o Carl Ritter bay , though there can bo
no doubt that it is resident throughout
ho year , subsisting during the winter on
axifrago and the scant grass , to find
vhieh it removes the anew withito-hoofs.
? he number of those animals aeon dis-
roves the theory advanced by Maj.
i'eildon on hia paper on mammalia ( see
'voyngo to the PolttT aea , " volume 2 ,
> ago 503 , Naros ) "tihat the number of
nuak oaon in Grinnoll land is extremely
imitod , " and was well nigh exhausted
> y the onslaught mad * by the Naros ex-
lodition during the winter of 1875 7tn
CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
Sharoa In Proportion
Louisiana State s.tui tmm.
"We do hereby certify nat tte tupermit tht at
angementt for all tht ninthly and Semi-Annuai
Irainnyt of tfa Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
ni inverton manage and control the Drairinm
hemselvet , and that the same are conducted uiH
\ontttty , Jaimcti. and in good faith toward all par
u , and we authorize the company to use thitcer
loate , withfac-citinltis of mir ignature.t attache *
nitt advertuemcnti. "
COUUIHIOMIM
Incorporated In 1888 lor 55 years by the IfRlnlatDfi
ir oJucatlonsl and cliajltablo purpose j with a dp
al of 9 1,000,000 to which a leeorvo rand ol uvoi
IM.OOO baa einco been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote IU franchlw
u made a part of tbo prosonl tai oonatltntlou
tdoptod December ZJ , A. b. 1U79.
" " " "
) ho oiiiy Lottury. ever voted on mid"
dorsad by the < people of nay Stato.-za
1 1 never ul M or poitponti.
Its. grand alngJ * number drawlnga takt
ilnco monthly.
A Bjplondul onywtunlty tovln a Voi uno
finib Grand Diawlii ? Clas I , In the -ic U-
my c/ Music , Now Urlonne , TuoHdny , ifept.
rth , 1R8-J IKtl Monthly uVnwintr.
CAPITAL PRIZH ; 575,000.
00,000 Tlckota nt Five DrUar Each. , Frao-
tiouB.ln Fifths Iu proportion.
U8T OK ITttZKS.
OAriTALPlUZK . „ . . . . . . . | TJOCI
do do . 25,000
do do . . . f. . lO.OOC
mzKa or jaooo . . . . . . . . . . . . . , i ? we
do 2000 . 10.00C
10 du 1000 . 10,00 (
no do 600 . . . looor
100 do SOO . MOM
MO do 100 . : : : . : : : : : : : : : : soioS
WO do 60 . J6 OOC
000 do V > . J500C
.
9 Approximation prtw ol J760 . fl.TSi
8 Jo do 600 . , KX
S do do SMI. . , (
M7 rrlio nmoanU 8t to
AppUoAtlou lot raiM to olnbi K ould be modi onli
o the oftloo of the Company In Jv'ow Orleans.
For further Information wrlU clearly giving hit
idJr M. U keP. 0. Money Orden p y Wo UK
kddtMl Uesl tord Letters to
NKW OIILKAN8 NATIONAL HANK ,
. . . . New Otleans , La.
Poital Note * and oriburj letters by Mall or Ki
M ( all < umi ol | 1 and upward , by Bxprow al cm
to
. H'
DAm.uN ,
007 Seventh fit. , Wash UKtan , I ) . O.
DISEASES OP THE
EYE & EAR
ARMSTRONG , U. D. , =
Until otlko * are repaired from result ol Oro. office
wlthlJr.l'irker , lloom 6 , Crdgfcton Ulock 16th on *
Uuoglig ata. y-
THE
BEST TONIC. ?
ThN mcillclnc , combining Iron with pure
VoRutnble tonlr < , quickly nnd rntntilcluiv
Ciirrd nvupcp'.ln , IndlKr-.llon , Wrnlcnr s
1 in pure Mlon < it1lnlurlnChilli ami ] 'c cr ,
mill NrurnlKln.
It Is nn unfnlllne remedy for Diseases of tlio
Ulilnrj * nnd l.lvcr.
U Is Invnlimblo for lllsciws pccullnr to
% Vnmcn , nml nil who lend fcdcntnry lives.
H docs not Injure the teeth , cnu o licndnchc.or
produce constlpntlon o/Arr Iran tnctltcinrnlo.
It enriches nn < l purlflcs the blood , stlrmilntos
the nppetltcnidi the n .lmllntlon of food , re
lieves Hcnrtburn nud llclclilng , nnd ftrcngth *
cm the nmsclcs nnd nerves.
1'or Intermittent Fevers , Lassitude , Ijick of
Energy , Ac. , It 1ms no equal.
43- The ppnulno 1ms nbovo trndo mnrk nnd
crossed red lines on w rnjipcr. Tnkc tu > other.
niui > on/tij ! intentMiiKiiictUd HAITIjinui-.nn.
Chartered by theStateofllll
noin for thcexpresapurpoE
of giving Immediate relietlr
nil chronicurinary nnd prl
, vate dlscoss" nonorrhf" >
Gleet nndSyphillsln nil thel
complicated forms , also nl
diseases of the Skin nnc
I3Iond promptly relieved and
permanently cured by rcme-
diestestedlnn2'urr/lVar
- - * - xs , , -t'l > fctiilJ'rartlce , iiemlna
VVcnkncs'i. NiRht Losses by Dreams , Pimples on
the 1'ar.e.Lost Mnnhood,7'ov/li'c//o / ( rr ( ( T/cre
imincxiiei-hnnuiiKh Th : appropriate ri..r.flv
a it once used In each case. Consultations , per-
( ur.al or hv letter , sacredly confidential. Med-
-lacs sent bv Mall and Express. No marks on
icisnize to indicate contents or sender. Address
. , ChIcgolll
\VI11 purify HIP BLOOD.'rcpn.
1.11 [ u thu LIVER anil KIDNEYS ,
llllll JIKSTOUK TUB IIEAI/TII
nnd VIGOR of YOUTIL
jic-pshi. Want or Appetite , in-
LJuk ol blrt'iigtli ,
lunsclcsand
iH'rvcsre vunruTorcL .
Knllruns Uio nilml mid
BiinHos Uraln 1'owcr.
i coinplJliita
-2 > Ticctillnrto Uiclr sux will
find lnDll.lt' BTEa'SIROH TOSSIIO n fafu nod
[ in.iiy euro , lllrcs a clear , healthy complexion.
Frciinont tncnirits at t" > ' : ' f ( 1vln ! { unlyudil
to thcpopnlurltyoniiu'urli.'liini. Do-not experiment
" " ' "
ment pe"1 .
a Send your addrwistoTbeDr. llnrtnr'Jtod Co. '
gSM-onls. Mo.for our "DREAM SOOK. "
T > 'nUol strancouuJ useful InformuUco , Iree. ,
Health is Wealth !
DR. n. C. WEST'S NKK\K AND-Biutx TRXAC-MKNT , a
guaranteed epcrilla for Hysteria , I ) zzlnesa , Convul
sions , Fits , Ncr oua Neuralgia , Headache , Nervous
Froetratlon caused bv the ueo ot alcohol or tobbacon ,
Tfakcrnlncfii , Jlental dcprofslon , Soltcnlng of the
brain , resulting In iaganlty and1 leaping to ralscry ,
decay and death. Premature Old ago , liaronoaj , lame
o * power in citHui BOX , Iinoluntucy Losses and Sper-
matorhora caused by oxercxertlantof the brain , tell-
rvbuso or over indulgence. Kich bus , contains ono
rasnth's tieatmont. $1,00 a boxer six bottles for
$5.00 , lent by mall prepaid on receipt of prlco.
WE GfAUANTEE SIX BOXEJ
To > euro nv caso. With each order received by us
for six bottles , accomclliliDd with $3 00 , wo will send
thcrytirchiserour written Kuannteo to refund1 the
mcnoy if tlio treatment does not effect a cure. Quar-
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gold It ;
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4it anil ; j cents , tltut
lualUor amount In
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1617 St - Omaha
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TECJCPHONK No IU
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BIHECT LINE FOU ENQLAND , FIIANCE AND
GEIUIANY.
The etoamshlpa of thit well-known line are built cf
ron , In uatertiifht compartments , and are furnlehr
xl with every requisite to malio fie pasaago botU
KJo and ajfrceablo. They carry the Unltod Statoa
ind Eurnpean niailH , and lea\ IJow Yorka Tlmra-
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ThtRMntfQermnny , Italy , Holland ami Prance
Btoeraico Outwardf20 ; Prepaid from An twerp , 81g ;
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llound Tclp , { 00.00 ; Kxcuralon , 9100 ; HaJoou from $60
to 90 ; Recursion 110 to 8100 ,
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w y N , Y.
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3UBSCKUTION I'HICE , 11.00 per year In advance ,
Of AGENTS WANTEDJW
nd 10 ? S , Hth SUMt. - . OilAUA , NKB
2i-m ia tl
Owing to the increase
in our business we've
admitted to the firm
Mr Edwin Davis , who
is well and favorably
known in Omaha.This
will enable us to han
dle an increased list
of property. We ask
bhose who1 have desi
rable property for
saleto place the same
with us. The new firm
ill be
313 South Mth St ,
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