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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1884)
TTTK DAILY HKE FRIDAV SKPTEMttttli 20. 18 i ,
They Are Without I Hivai.
Have been Awarded One Hundred and eighteen Prize
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years. And
Endorsed iy tie Greatest LMm Pianists ,
Au examination of thesi magnificent Pi.uios is politely requested
before purchasing any other instrument.
Genoial Wpslorn Koprcscutalives.
P. S. Also Gen'l Agt's for KNABE , VOSE & SONS ,
BEHR BEOS. , 'and ' AEION PIANOS , and SHOKINGrEB
CYMBELLA and CLOUGH & WAEREN OEGANS.
r.OTIOK. Sjioclal a Mjrtlecmouts , ouo R3 Lost ,
I'ounJ , To Loan , Tor failo , To Uont , Wants , Doard-
Ing , eta , nlll bo Incertcd In this column at the low
rate of 7KN Cni.TS PER LINKer the diet Inevitlou
and FIVE CENTS PEU LIKE tat each ej'meqtient n
sortlon. I.CIHO n h rtlssracnta at our office , No.
I'cr.rl lit root , near Droadnav I
17 AMI II \ four or fixe room lioise J. W i
l Hosier , 111 r otllce
"XXT'AN'I I D All A No. 1 L\icrioncoil | rttnl boot
* * ant ) bhoi bult'iiiian A rosultnt of Conn il BlulTs
ptfirrul 1 K Ail HIM & . Co , 117 , llrmihi i )
KENT Union Axcnue hole' , lrtiilWi\ ,
I 1 cortcr Mntli street. Apply oj punn-os tu
Mt < ' Qertrpachcr
TJAJIlSALt'OU HUNT Tin. Orvu I'acKiiu hou't
J1 ami macliliitr ) , 1 catedln tbii cit ) . Lupalt )
IfiO hugs | ie il v OilUl & . 11\\ _ _
V A T AW Iho l\crj buay m Oouncll liluila tu ittxu
V V imlte * . lo'lcrcd by carrier at only twenty
\\'AMhU Dinliii-room till immciliatclj. Wvje *
815 per month , apfly of bte arJ , Ogaui
. bACiC My nHllcnoj , cornsr 7th a\onun and
Tp.OH 1 struct If tilan noon will ncll for ? 2,00a
liclowiluo Will al'O 'oil furniture , cirpcts , A.O ,
all nr in pttt. Ituotsold at once will rent pruinl-
si" ' , ith liouso furuiBhed or unfU'nNnnl , at
inodi'nto rent. Anj ono thinking of making
tlicirh > ma In Council liliids will doa \ \ to iiucstl
1'atu tbli cHtr. It la tbu bust bargain e\irolleri.d
in the nt > M A UPTON
"ALh Jonlcnti an 1 IKtu ej , euitilile1 for
millinery 01 caml } atci J. Apil ] > at t07 Main ;
( } lil > 1'Al'fclts tor ualo at Ufa OUILO , at a e-utu
\J a hundroil.
A OttNld IjwliL-j uuil Kuatletnen can make lime
Jvcli"1 ! wnsras bj soiling the "Chamnl HI Boaom
htrcether and ronlntf lloird " Ketiila at f 1 CO.
Any lil > can do up a Qno shirt wlthou a wrinklj
in I gli d It M nlooIy-vafioDestlaundrlcscan Addreso
forpaitlcularoC 1 > S & I. Co. , Ban oILtx , Councl
I'rof Schuoor will introduce the
European tourist dauros dunntj the
course , l nncnise , Taloualli , Eldo
rado , Villutto , Spanish , Vandango ,
and American standard dances , aud
the latent reverse Avaltstep. .
Bolls ? Skating Eiak.
Itjllcr skating Wednesdays and
11. 11. M VRTE\TS , PropriVtor.
TUO > . OH-ILKR , L' . U. I CSKT.
OFFICER & PUSEY
Doilcrsln Koroin ! ind omsstlo I'.rtlunzo an
J.ll. TATE. WHITE
I'roctlco In Btnto anil Pcclcral Courta.
Collections ( iromptly attcndcJ'to.
lloom 10 , Shugarl'i )
COUNCIL ULUl'FS IOWA
E. Rice M. D.
or other tumora lemovoJ without tlio
knife or draw Ing o tlooJ.
CHRONIC DISEASES " - > ' '
Over liltty jcam jiractlcul ejpcrlonce O.'eahr ,
Tear trcet , C'l
JACOU BIMb. K , I' . CADWKLL
Attorn ? f B
COl'M 1C , 11M ITS , IOWA.
Olli ofani hitreu * lln nn 1 dm ! 2 bhu/art . * . Mi
llilifin n Illock Will | r etiee in Mate and Kiluruj
bioux crrv HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
N" .85 I'oirl btrniit . rcnn il niufT.
Mrs , n , J. Hilton M n , ,
PHYSIOIAW & SURGEON ,
223 , Council Blum
HAS NO UPERIOR.
Tlis Sleek is a Durable Piano.
TJIE STEClv 1IAS SINOINO QUALITY OF TOZiE
10UND NO OTHER 1'JAIIO.
GOLD K1Y BY
115 OPERA fl
\ . "J UJi. iJI.f.J.A > i
DR. KOREA'S ELEGTRI6BELY
Wilt ruro Ncr % nisnpfl1 * Lun i r I 1) ) mi i l m I' ' * * '
Ni il I > - ( i Mill < i N i i I I Iv I >
li in A Minin Hi i t I IK HI i | -l I n l | ill I
nil ! IH I iliirili I | ill | t I i ] i i I i I' ' .
Ir [ qiMM I I II t ( ) \ - II III I I I I I " I I 1 A !
ii i II it - n I- . II i 1 Ic i i ilHI I in _ i . > tli i I 1 1
budy , und iuu bu tlLtiur od t l ua Lnuu in ity Lliu J itlouu
\Ylnlc.r ncominir , tie season of the ir for arhca
acd palnc In uim f tliin fact\\e&i > bu } oni i > f
I r. Ilnroo'8 Fleslno Belt * Ij bj dolivouill
luonl llhiuinatiim , hidiicTnnibks mid other ilia
tint llr > h Is heir to ! ) licit ddf , h it r-ill at our
oilieunml I'vumi.c DLlta. No K Iioucha street , < r
0 1'i uodmau'tf , 1110 Kurt am ht. , Or.nl a , ob. Or
dura tilled COD
L'inpis.ilsf rSticiM | A. ] )
Sealed propoeil ? ivllllw rocpltcil 1 \ the und raln'n
nl until 12 o UncU 1100.1 of batuuli \ , htptoml cr the
! i7th , IbSI , for the furnish n , ; to the cln ot ono bun
died 01 moro Moidcti r [ tons fur utriit LroEsiii'h
buch rrrons to bo tcnstrurloJ in arcnrlanru uith
hunipltrt nou on DodigObtrtct , it MII Ilino t corutr < f
HfUtnthfetrutir , nnd nUo in ( t'i MIIKOith | Huch
further H'irLStlnni | > r.s the cliaiin m cftbo Bond ol
ruhlic \ \ orUa uiaj iii.il L pro ioutu | n. c.ntatioa of
Bids to bo irttotnp8iiicd by tba siuniturts of pro
po d euttt ts who , in thi > cvcni of th our.rdinj of
the eintrict , mil tntLi into Inin'o ttl h tin. eltj of
dm ih.i , in tlu rtiiuu ( I \e huncjiid dollus , for the
ful'liful ivciit mi of KU hi iclrair
The licunl i f I'ub'li Wurki rtjjrn.1 ll.o illit | ; to
reject an i r > id I idt
J\M"I Cltll IIIT'IS ,
l h i r an 1 ! nrJ "i 1'uhl c U url 9 ,
H 11 H 16 * 0
Health and Happines
DO AS OTHERS
Are your Kidneys diKordored ?
kldmy Wi rt In > uilit 1110 li in inv Kruvi nut
WPP nflirlJinil IKIII i.i niijil > Hl < fci l 'tirnin
Uelrult " K. W. lo\u tux , ileehuiiK , luina.UJeh.
Are your nerves weak ?
1 1 I Im } \ \ I i neil inn f i in m i > UH i. , al.np"
Ai lilt rlwustl tciJM li It'll Mrn MUD
t , .uil lill.a. LhrtitlM MiMUar Cle\tU JO. ,
Have you Bright's Disease ?
hi incy V , oil iiirril mu nlm my water niujuat
like eliulk uud tuui llko M d '
Jrank Wllnoii , rciboJyM 3
Sufforinp from Diabetes ?
"Kldn y \ \ < irllsthonin tKurisfiilriim ly [ bare
oyir used. Glui * almost IIIIIIHI llati n llrr
jr.lUlll | > UUaUuuMiiulun , M
Have you Liver Complaint ?
klilniyulliurnl lno of cbrulile llttrl'l caw
after liroj id to ilk " , . . . .
Henry Uard , lain f. I Mlhhat au nll < , V
Is your Back lame nnd achinB ?
1 Jt/llll / ) V/011 II liutlll ) lIllCHl I1IU WllLII I WU 0
laiuo I luij tu Ibll < "it of l < d"
0. M 'Jttllnunc.Milw iiiLit , \ > i *
Have you Kidney DisortBO ?
Kldn y Vurt ? mniloli" mini I Inllvi i nn 1 1 ilm MI
nftrr yiuin if UUHIII 1 1 n ful ! t ilnf It" Murtli
lQubux.tauil lloUn , lllionihtuvtii , eit >
Are you Constipated ?
' IvMniy oi t ii iHi tvy r\a' null u M ni 1 < tinil
u ufter IGjiurj IIMI of i > ilur in di ms
.V l ou 1 ulieUW , til Albany \ t
Have you Malaria ?
1 KMniy irt Imi done bttir timn any olb r
remedy fliatu cvei n * < d In my iimii
Jr It K. LlaaU , tjuulhJI iu\t
Are you Bilious ?
TMno A1. < rtlin donmnn in i < > ( , , o < l than any
other remedy J h ivn tt r tul < n '
ilrj J. ! ( > ullunuy , luilat , Oiik'on
Are you tormented with Piles ?
' kiilln \ \\t rt lx ' ] ' i lenttit t trf t inn if I IUKJII J
lUnl'rU'i in ni ii 111 > i ill I It tuui
( nu II llulat , l.u lili l M. J uuk , Mjirjtuwn I'll
Are you Ilhoumaiism rar-kod ?
iMiln y \\i it i ui ii in i ufti r J w 1 1 11 i u | ( tu
llio t y 1 lilelUttt Hint I I 1 * IT * M l thl 1 v \i n s '
UbriJ u M lull" , Uit. bulli Nttiui
Lad'es. ' nro you sufforina ?
K , in \ \ it i n t i i in ii i < f
Mariv r t HI I t
If you would Banish
i and gain Iloakti , Take
THE BLOOD GUCANOCR.
aB HKa 8ga 3ar waB ! yc * i f ;
SAL LOCAL NEWS.
Jmlgc LyituMntrtCMrgc Maflo
Aff&lnst & Him ,
ColSflpp and Ool , Soott Pour
Volleys into Pusey ,
A Untiling UaHi' .
The icpubllcans last night gave the
largest and moat * enthusiastic political
demonstration of the campaign. The
clubs joined in a torchlight procosiion ,
anil headed by Will McKnddon's bund
proceeded io the opera houao which waa
speedily filled to ita utmost capacity , and
a moro enthusiastic gathering notormado
ita walla ring. J. .1. Stoadnun presided ,
und the evening opened with "America"
by the glee club.
Then Judge Lyman was Introduced
amidst such nppliuno that Itsa \ evident
that ho had many ontlumaitie fiionda
still loft , despite Congiosamau Pusoy "a "
attacks on lui character. Major Lyinan
di'votod himnolf to mooting the clmrgca
niado by Mr. Fusoy , the first of which
was that aa U. S. deputy collector ho was
a defaulter. Major Lymau admitted
that there \vaa a shortage iu the ollico
while ho wai deputy collector ,
fifteen yeara ago. It vraa
about § . )00 ) , to cover atampa for which
the shortage good. Ho paid the note oul
of the earnings of his profession. The
government did not loao a cent. No one
lost a cent except himself. Some yoara
afterward in tearing away an old building
hero , a largo number of govoiumciit
stamps were found , somewhat the \\oiao
for having been kept hidden thus. There
was atill about § ! ! 00 worth of stamps. It
sooired evident that they wore the stolen
ones. . _ _ . CcSSC
lie then explained in dotaii the other
charge of corruption on the bench , giving
a clear and full account ot
his connection with the two
w ere missed , and could not bo accounted
for. Hous absent iioccaiarily from the
ofltce much of the tune , and others had
aesosa. Judge Baldwin and Col. Sapp
\\oroouhisbond \ , and they gave their
note to the bink on which ho bor
rowed the money noccsaary to make
railway casea about which Mr. Pusoy
had cpoken of. IIo showed that ho had
paid into the clork'a oflico the amount ho
liad received ftom the company , of which
lie vraa the attorney. After being placed
on the borch. there was a claim that the
judgment had not boon paid nnd an oxo-
cut on issued. IIo wan the only ono vho
could swear to the petition for a ntay ol
the execution , and by the law aa judge ol
the circuit court ho alone could loauo the
temporary injunction. Then the caao
waa immediately tianaforred to the dis
trict court BO it wai out of his hands.
Jndgo l man's bank bill statcmentB
oudontly m.tiHgcd the henrcia , and ho
\\anapplauded heartily. Judge layman
carefully avoided saying a hnrah word of
Colonel Sapp was then introduced.
Ho contrasted the explanations made by
ludgo Lyinan and gave additional and
oomo moro satisfactory details concerning
iho chargca. IIo then proceeded to re-
i'low Mr. Pusoy'a record \ery ahaiply.
Qo showed how Fusey threw liia
inlluonco against the securing of the
ici.nmm of the Union Pacific 111 Council
LJlullj. Mr. Pusoy had boasted of got-
.inga bill passed Inat winter for another
judge between heio and Omaha. Col.
3app said the bridge nonld bo built and
, ho power that ( jot the bill passed was
; ho ono that would build the bridge , the
Chicago , Milwaukee iV St. Paul railway
company , lie showed up Pusey's record
n the 1 n/ John Porter ciao. Puacy'o
casoufor making the charges was that ho
ound the republicans solid and defeat
staring him in the face unless the pha-
an\ was broken , ami ao ho w.ii trying
calumny. If tlust foiled then ho would
> nnir out hia "bairol. "
iV ft or another song from the glee club ,
J. 11. Scott
waa introduced. Ifo ga\o
mo of his waspish spcochcn , getting hotter -
tor .is it m-.ired the und. Jlo ahoivod tlio
nconsistcncy of Mr. Puscy'a moan about
the poor lining taxed. IIo load the
record shoeing the ridiculoueZy low taxes
> jid by Mr. Pusoy'a b.mking houeo for
a course ? of ycara , and other figures which
nust h.ivo seemed hko sharp noodloa t ( ,
i. Pusoy , who was protont.
binith MoPhcraon , the attorney goner'
il , was on the programmo for the closing
Burglars and Connicrfeitcrs ( jansc
Sensation auftthcii Skip ,
An Ildllor'n HOIIHO limned.
Ail attempt was made to burglarize the
wholesale liquor houau of C. llualy nt
A.voc3 , tlio dotaila of v/Iiioli are given in
hia wcck'o Avoca Ilcralcl. It appears
hat tlio ontrancu was ( 'aincd by the
nking of n window. The i.oiso of tliu
iroaking ylasa was hcartl by riTarohal
In/on , who immediately started in that
liroction , when ho niut u couple of mon
rlio work in the mill , and who v.oro on
heir way homo. Upon inquiry Ifa/.on
earned that nome ono waa inaidc * , und
ainf ! nroundtotho rcarof the building
10 diBLuvcrLd n pane of ) > lami nno from
i window. Drawing hia rovoUor , 1m
tiirted to onlur by way of thu brokun
vindow , when ono of the mill men , who
itood outaido , nhoutod to him. "Jleio
10 UUU&1" nnd I'la/.iMi turned in time to
oo the li uruof a man dieapjjcar in the
all nncdn In the roar of the buildine ,
10 having prob.tbly escaped from the
uoin by vvny of thu cell ir. llii/on about-
t1 tu him to liult or ho'd ' nhoot , nnu
turlid ui puisuit. I'Voin the pUtform
in which the maralml stood , ti narrow
'l'lit of stain lends to the ground , pomo
0ht fuot below , imd the top uU'i/
biiilt ii. AH JJa/on , in his hnato
arlt'd Jown thoi-o ataira , ho
ruel ; tlio Hctond stop with Eiich force UP
o bicak it nnd throw him forward to the
round. Ax ho aroBO ho &aw liin IIIKII
tumble and f < ill upon a pile of bcorkoyj ,
hen crivv.1 uicr them and gathur hiniBulf
or another run , but by the tune lla/on
oulel get 01 er the kp a the burglarVas
npwhcro to bj eecn. Ho * is luatel t
full atMn in a ditch ne r thn rnilron
truck. 'I ho d.uknoMi of the tm. ' t intently
fncilitntod hfs cwcapo. While th ) i w
Imnspirint ; in the runr of the liutldmg
nunthi'V man triw soon to lp c ( ho vioin
Ity of Uie store nnil run down the mM < ll
of the alroet in n wosterlj dirocti < ns ;
thcro must ha\o boon two of tu. | n con
corntd in the bur lar.v. There wcrotomp
Inn or twelve dollars in the im ney-dmw
er , but it was Jiot touched , pmhibly o
ing to tbo prompt notion of Mirs'ial Fin
on.Abou * tlark the oTonuv Mon Uie
bur/'lary / two mem were at lr. IIcMy'd
plaeo and sol I him a WM-hor. They
seemed to eye Iho piomUei ilt i , ly. Two
straiiRora anaworing their doacriptiot
were trying to pass counterfeit mouoy it
town that uvcnincf , nnd thry , from the
diwcriptioti , seemed to bo thi > inmo par
ties.Tho next day two mon , supposed to bo
the same , were arrested jint oyor tin
border , in Shelby county , by the con
atablo of Katrviow township , for p'tss
ing counterfeit money on n man win
works for n former , named Woodbury.
The constable cacorted them to his own
house near by , intending Io take them to
Hnrlan in the morning. Several
noujhboia offered their eorucefl to help
fjuard the prisoners , but the vnl-
innt constable "lowed ho could hordn tun
acto lot of such , " mid ho was -loft nlmio
with them. Soon after ono of the pris
oners put on bin hat and stepped ever
towards the door. The constable think
ing ho meant nnachiot started to follow
him , \\hon ho dnrted out and clammtd
tl-o door in hia fco and took to lua heels ,
tlio otlicor in hot pursuit , loa\n < R hia oth
er prisoner in the house. IIo failed to
overtake the man ho wai after , and on
returning of course ho found that the
other bird had skipped.
The dies and molds with which the
counterftit'j tt ere cast were ound near
\ \ i , niton's HAD HI u.
The honso of U. S. Urown , m Harlan ,
formerly editor of the ANOC'V Herald ,
wai burned to the ground last Thursday
niorinnc. The conflagration w.w ciunod
by tlio explosion of n lamp in the handset
ot Mr. Urown. The Ios3 on the house
nnd fnrnituro is not less than SiiOO , in-
suraiico SItOO. Mr. Brown narrowly
escipod a scorching , n.3 his clothiui' wna
saturated with koroaono. SK quick \ > na
the work of the fuo that the family barely -
ly escaped \sith the clothes they had on.
iCc.il I < Mute
The follow in } ? transfers were filed in
the county clerk's ollico yesterday and 10-
ported for Tin : BKR by t' . .1. JloMahono ,
September i < ) , 1884 :
Simon Dexter to Conard Gciso , no j.
10 0 ( , LI. $3,000.
F ank Slnploy to A. W. Coilnnn , DO
1. and par of the no J , 12 J , ! )7 ) , 3 ! ) .
lili.wboth Baker oi al to Mary A.
iShooinal.er , lot 1 , block 13 , Iljrtt's sub.
and part of tbo no } , 11 , 71 , 1 1 i,000. !
Muy A Shocvnaltor ot nl to Eh/.iboth
Baker , nw i , 1'L , 74 , 14 , and lot 1 , bk.
15. liyntt'i 8ub. SLt.OOO.
Total sules , 11,000.
A. correspondent who is tiavoling
abonfc in Viiginia has found among the
uumi-roua mots-grow n old tombstones in
the graveyard at Williamsburg ono
which boars the following inscription :
S icrcd to tlio mommy of
S.u.ih Sempliill ,
Who ditil at tlui ui'o of 23 , slain ,
with hoi two mf nit dnitgliters , by
liti own Imsb uul.
Shi-wai fall to look upon , pure ai snow ,
nnd 1 lined by nil ulio know her ,
.Dnino Piovulonco nlono knows why
elic h.ul to polish FO mi'orably.
This epitaph , some of the words of
which are hardly legible any longer , ID
the only record left of ono of the moil
terrible tragedies that o\er took place in
the old dominion.
It was in 1708 that John Somphill , a
young man who said ho waa from Santa
Cinz , in the West Indies and settled
their as a tobacco planter. 11 o had
plent } ' of money , and was able to pur
chase 1,000 acreu ot the ( most soil with
in r. short disL.uco of the old town.
Jiuuig appiiontly n Qontloinau in every
UOHBO of the word , Sir. Somplnll wo ?
admittrd to the best society in hi3 now
homo , and .1 year liter ho wan married to
Sarah Jones , ft beautiful heircsu. the
wedding festivities belli"1 celebrated with
extraordinary pomp and splendor. In
courao of time two daughters weio born
to the young people , and evoiybody pre
dicted a 'ony ' career of tlutidles3 happi
ness for them. Alas1 How terribly
thesj bright anticipationwoin to bo dis
appointed. It wa-i on Ohiistmas eve ,
I KOI , that n Btrango-lookiug man , in a
BOI t of military uniform , appeared at the
honao of Mr. Semphill , who was in
Uichruond : it the tuno. Mri. iSomphill
received the stranger in Iho pirlor.
"Dn you speak Fron-ib , inariiunol" ho
said to her in very broken English.
She replied in the allirmalive.
"Then , inadamo , pluaso send yoiu two
iiuroo girla with the children out of the
.She did so , and looked interrogatively
at her visitor. "J'ho hitter hesitated u
moment. Then ho said in a tone of tleop
"Poor ludy , I have terrible tidings for
"Heavens ! " she cried , turning very
pale. "My huaband "
' 'Vour husband is an infamous villi.in. "
"Sir'6ho ' exclaimed , indignantly.
"Jlo has basely deceived yon. Ifo is
nn escaped galley slave , a thief t and a
She uttered n lionrt-rciulini ; scream.
"Do toll mo the truth ? " she gasped ,
"Jlo is a Spanish thief , and was sent to
the galloyu of liarcoloiiii for life. Jlo
made his eocipo thcncoand fled to Cuba ,
H hero ho robbed and murdered a rich
[ ilantor. I am hereto take him to Cuba ,
ivhoro tint scallold awaits him , ' "
The atllictcd lady had hecomo strange
"Sir , " she said to the stranger , "bo-
Core jou arrest linn you will pot mil mete
to hold u private interview with with
"Jlis true narno h Juan Coliro , If
you will lot mu remain in an adjoining
room until ho returns from Richmond ,
tvhoro hu has gene 1 understand , you
may sue him priw.toly. "
" 1 expect him buck ovury moment. "
Half nn hour later Ci-tiro , alias Sump-
lull , made his appearance. IIm v/ifu
iniellytokl him oveiylhing. Ho llur
into , i ternblo rage , hu shot her through
iho huart and rnuhud out of thu room to
the nurarry , where lie stabbed hin two
lilllo daughters ,
Tim next moinoiit the Cuban ofliuei ,
ivlio Imd ruahcd after him , grappled
with him , and succeeded , after a deapcr-
tto struggle , in nhaclding him.
The nuws of thm hornblo tragedy
iprradhko wildhro throughout the town ,
iiid in ILUH than twenty imnutoa u largo
: oncourso of jiuoplo has gathered in front
A Semiphil ) , nlso Ceflro'u houtiu. Vocif
.ruus threats to lynch the murderer tvero
vu\ \ the t'c pt'iy shoTim , who won
prompMy onhftnd t > rr st him , Ind ( hi
utmost diihculty in taking him to jul ,
wltprc ho was chained to the floor , hat
ing threatened to commit inicido.
The Mlhln was hung on the 17lh ol
Pyen inora i ilntini ? 11 ( jivrn than in n >
ktun\uil > i4 , and they Rive fmtrr nd r ori
In till \nt K.IOI - 10 nt all ilfWRglsts. Well-
nidwn ft Co. , ItvirlitiRton , Vt. Hninpl.
, Si color * , nd liotik of direction f < r 2 <
Hill Njo's Atiltinuuu \ < l\lc9 In Don
The first npo duya of nntumn nro upon
us again. The same old haze is Imtioting
over the purple hills of Fremont , Ohio ,
nnd the harvest dsj s nro almost ovor.
The nrairio chicken linntor ROCS joyously
afield in the morning and shoots his dog
nnd nn intnuato frlnnd.
llvorj thing shows us that the snnnncr
in gene nnd tlio t ilipht of the yenr is
settling down upon ns. NVo begin to
vondorvhothor wo had better run the
Furnace this winter or take the money
nnd buy Cuba so .as to hao n winter
rcsorl. Speaking about winter resorts ,
a nnhtarj friend of mine now in the
mount inn , writes mo that ho wouldn't
ask anything bolter than n commission
: o nnko a trip in search of thu open
t'olar sea. . Ho inv lies mo to go , and sayn
.hat if the government will glvo him ono
nindrcd picked men , ho will g. > nny
time. I th.vnkcd him for the imitation
nnd nsl.rd him \ > hon ho wanted hm men
picked , before or nftor the tup. It's
well enough , 1 think , to h.uo theno lit-
Io details ariango.l beforehand , and
hus nv oid nny misunderstanding hero-
While 1 would like gwell enoinh ; to
catch a few pickerel in the open 1'olar
ea ami brcatho Iho crisp , puio nir of no
legreei nnd no minutes longitude duo
vesst of a given point , lam nlmust pos--
iv e that 1 will dig the clinkers out of n
argo basobnrnor this winter and white
oamy , frothy , sunny , soothful pooma fern
n djing word.
While no ono w onld moro cheerfully
enter into the giddy whirl of lxtuimau\ (
ociuty or lo.ul his stomach v > ith cod-liver
oil nnd old hnrncsses nnd saddles with
inei/nr , in order that ho might gratify
n morbid curiosity ns to whether the
lorth polo had n hot box or not , yet I
shall not nvnil myself of the opportunity
.o go thm winter.
Where few could moro loyously con-
emplato a life \\horo it would tnko n
nnoty-dny nolo a hfetimo to mature , ! nm
reo to say lli ! t t would r.ithor , at present -
sent , climb n tall tree until the payee
J saw William f ! . LoUuc Iho other day
it Hastings , Minnesota. IJo naod to bo
it the bond of the ngncnltnr.il dep.ut-
meni , and I used to oiler InmsnggLitiima
about raisinicvd to.t by grafting tin < ild-
'nslnonod toa.-pot on s'imo hardy vniioty
of lefrigcrntor. Jlr. Lo Due clanneil to
jo ignorant of my glowing career. 1
litiod him , r.nd inked him where ho'd
juon all siiinnuu' . I enulVilli.ini , you
are not so T. ell informed na I had baun led
.o &uiponocl. ] 1 know that jou had ulmoit
'oundiiicd your tooniing brim dying
, o < lttno a me.inii by which jon c > nld
nbreoil the nnlUwced with the cnminon
Irish i titatn in Biieh n way a1) to prnduoo
x peeled pi ituto with milk ir.uy ; on it ,
tut 1 didn't think jou had bain in public
lifo BO long without , knowing ono who
hns done BO much to bi ing the htoi.itruc
of the present tlay up to ft lof ly standard
and rescue il from the hungry mnw ol
oblivion. Yon nmj' know how io lowci
the lecord of the shut-stud , oi nt what
season wo should shear the hydraulic
ram , but I'd ndviso you , before you go
my fiirthei with your agricultural o\per-
incnta , to rnnd up on the eminent men
of the ngo in winch jou h\o. "
1 thenbo.vod haughtily and withdrew.
Bin , NM. .
Tlio \ pirri.ilili' UiHj ) on Vour Head.
When hair is pulled from the humnn
lend it may bu observed that thu end
\hich VVPH implanted in Iho iicalp is larger
ban the hair itself. 1'lns is the bulb or
root from which the hair grows. A hair
s , in fact , n dobc.ito lube , round in
traight hnirod porsoni nnd 11 ittoncd in
.ho curl } -haired. I tin the Ihtnesn of
inir which innlu s it cial. Women have
oiraor hair than mon. The nvormo
lumber of hairs on Iho head is about
120,000 , This calculation in baaed upon
ho ascertained fi'.et that n sipi ire inch of
ol the head of u portion who him nn
ivoi ago ho.id of hair contains by actual
ounl 100 hairs approximately. In
arly dayn the Lmga of I'Vinuo ' used to
ilutk r. siriglo hair from thu Iio.ul nnd
> cstow it upon ono of their uttondants
s n token of favoi. The bait grows
rom eight to ton inehea a yta1. It baa
) eon found thnt it grows fuiter in thu
ay limo than ut night , nnd faalcr in the
ummor th.min the wintor. Light nnd
mi evidently hnvo nn inlluonco on the
growth of the hair , na on othur veyotablo
"llLtovonn ; from typhoid foviir , it
uickly gave um strength.1 So writes
ilr. 1'oter Bouraasii , K tat Douglass , Muss.
'Nothing mtkcii my ntomach fo"l HO
nay , " Hiyo Ah. Jowoph Hutoiiinn , Li\y-
once , Ma'in. ' ' ( iavo mo 1110:0 stnuigth
han nny other bittern 1 have taken , " do
lares MIPS Kelliu O'Brion ' , of the sumo
ilacu , What is it that tho'o convnles-
'ents ' write about ? Why lirown'a Iron
iitters. the greatest iron medicmojm the
n Iliindicd Itahli-H ,
'in In uiriuHpmiiUncci lioilnu .Imuiui ] . lg2,1 ! ]
Thu industrial baby show shortly to bo
old in the beautiful city pavilion in the
Jhniupa Klynoca has nlrtndy upon its
> eels moro than eighteen hundrid in-
ants of nil nationalitici nnd thu out-
louring of ladies to KOO this collection is
ikoly to bo enormous. It is luiimrkod
lint thu committee which have charge
f this exhibition is recruiting its jury
ntiroly from among doctors nnd pumtore.
'hin is ingunious , and leads ono to be-
mvo that hunlth and beauty are to beery
ory carefully inspected according to thu
nosl scientific formula. Thu babies nro
o be divided in four clauses Those
rom J year to 1\ \ years , from 18 montliH
, o 12 yearn , from 'i yearn to ' .V youiu , nnd
rom L'i to II joars. At th 'ago of ' < a
'reiich li\by looks ni old ns itu pup i erIn
In miiinma , nnd hns fnlrendy the formal
ii.imiuri whitli are bold indifliienaablo to
in this conventional country.
A. Popular l'.illn < ; } .
Many people th'nk thnt llhonmntium
unnot bo oured. It is caused by a bad
late of the blood which deposits poison
in matter in thu jointb and nniacliM
aiiaing Umoiicis , ntillueei nnd dwelling
f the joints und excruciating IIIIIHG ,
[ idnoy Wort will certainly ulleut a cure
t acts ( ui the JvulnujH , Liver and 1'ovs-
lu , ntimnhvting them ton heaUhy action ,
iiirilita and onrichuj the blood and ohm-
mtes the poiaon from the Bjutun. ( Jo
> the nuaruitt druggist , b < iy Kulnuy-
Vort and by cured.
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE JLJN UMAHA TO BUY
One of ilio Beat and largest Stockn in the United Staten
to select from ,
NO STATES TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER fELEVATOE ,
THAT IS TEE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
FOR ALL ARE FOOETO I
Where They Can Enjoy Pure Air
A nd nil oC the good oiut pleusnui things that ! ; go to make up a com
; iloto nnd happy existence.
The town of South Omnlm it niunted south o the city of Omaha
on the line ol the U. Railway , nnd it is less thim 2-J miles from the
Jnialw post oGice to the north line c i the town site.
South Omnhn is nearly li miles north aud south by Si ensfcnucl
west , and covers nn aioa of nearly lour square milea ,
The stock yards are at the cxnemo southern limit.
Nearly 150 lots have boon sold and the domnud is ou Iho increase *
The j'lu ds arc being rapidly pushed to completion.
The $ (50OUO ( heel' pricking house is progressing finely.
The $ ! ll,000 ) "Water Works ore fimahed und furnish an abundant
PURE SPUING WATER.
The B. & M. and Bolt Line Railways have a large force of men at
work and will , m conni'Ction with UieU. P. llsnhvay , have a union depot
near the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will bo
furnished for Church and School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
bo cheaper than they are to-day.
at the Company's oflico , at the Union Stocks Yards.
A. L. STKANfl & CO. ,
Double and Single Acting Power ano Hand
JJngmo Trimmings , Mining Machinery , Bolting , ITont1 , BrasH nnn Iron Fittings ,
nl wholesale uml retail. J1ALLA-DAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH
AND SCHOOL BELLS.
Corner 10th Farnana Sfc , , Omaha Neb.
& &ja&sy fM'T" " r Ft'jfi / ssAO M
M s s Jb z Hrate - 4--- -
AND 1TWO , WHEEL OAETB.
" " " " " " '
The Largest Stock in Omalia- and lakes the Lowest Prices ?
DRAPERIES AND MIRRORS ,
B I !
Jant received an MBortmont far snrpasilng anything In this market , comptlsln
ho latest and nio > it tasty designs niannfactured for thla spring's trade and ooreilf 4
range of prices from ti > o Ohoapost to tbo moet iptnulve. )
Parlor Goods Draoeries.
ready for thoiiiHpoction of cus stock ol ! nil tlio latotfc
tomers , tliu no\veht iiovoltipfl in sty 'os ' iu Turcomnn , Mftdroa end
Suits nud Odd Pieces. Lacu Curttiiua , Etc. , Etc.
3assoapor ; Elevator to all
1200,1808 and 1210 Ifnrunm Street , - OMAHA NEB
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