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    THE DAILY BEE-THURSDAY , JUNE 25 , 1885.
OH ! MY BACK
liTcrjr lit rain or eoM Attack * that weak bad
nnd nearly prostrates joo.
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havoknown In my HfljoAnO practice , IhftTofoun
It nrwcWIy bcnenelftl m nenom nr pnjulcal cllmu !
lion , find in all ilelillttMInz nllmenfi that ticnr *
lienrll/ thn urBtcm.Uw ) It frocljr In mj own family.
( Icnulno lifts trmlo mark nndrropwil red lines o
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1/AHirB' HAND HOOK unnfnl m1 attrnctlro , con
Ulnlnallnt of prlfM fur rpcltKw. Information nbou
coin" , rtc , e1vm aw y liy nil ilxalnrK In inmliclno , o
nmllml in * n i nn rwnltit nfgn ftumn
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l57 ; fceuil tun slumin for Ole'-rat-xl ' Jlodfal
Wnrki Adlro. . ! ' . 1) . i l.AIsiti ; , ni. I ) . ,
ISC houtli LUrk t'trcet. CUICACIO , Iu.
OONDDOTED B ?
Koyai' Havana Lottery I
JA ( JOVEUN1IENT 1K8T1TOT10K.1
Drawn at Havana Cuba ,
Every 10 to 14 : Days.
Tickets In FIJthi ; wholes S3 ; Fractions pro r ta.
BQbje'.l 10 no numpai&iluu , not ooatroued by ifae
fullciln Intoroat. It Ii Iho Uiretl Htluc la ( kg
Hare of cbinooln ezlatouoo.
' for tickets apply to SUIPSEY & CO. , 1212 Bioftd
irty.I ? . Y. City ; , or U.OTTEN3 ft CO , 010 ll ln St.
K ns 8 City. Mo.
Mo.PINKEYE.
PINKEYE.
Remarkable Cure of a Horse
In the ( all of 1S83 I had n rahnblo horse t > kea
with the plnlieyo , resultlny In llocd poison. After
nine months of doctoring with all the remedies to bo
found la horse boobs , I despaired of a euro. Ills
right hind leg was as largo as a mati'd bed ; , and bad
° P tt over forty running Bores , Uowos a most pM-
ftblo looking object. Atlatt I thought of Swllt's
Bdeclflo , an commenced to 033 it I used fifteen
bottles. In August last all ejinptoms of the disease
disappeared Ibore htvo been no signs of a return
and tno horeo has dona a mule's work on ray farm
over since. JAS L. VUOIIDO , Augusta , Ox
January 0 , 1885.
Swift's Bpeclflo Is entirely \cgctab'e. Trcatlao on
Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
The Swift SpeclfloJCo. , Drawer 3 , Atlanta , Oa. or
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W. 8Bd8t..V V
OCHIS ONLY EXCLUSIVE
IN OMAHA NKP.
Town Lots in Denver Junction ,
Weld County , Colorado ,
Denver Junction la a new town ot about 200
Inhabitants , laid out In 1884 , on the great
trunk railway across the continent , at the
Junction of the Julesburg Branch , 107 miles
from Denver. The town is on second bottom
land of the Platte River , the finest location
between Omaha and Denver , and la surround
ed by the boit-laying lands west of Kearney
Junction , Neb. ; climate healthy and bracing ;
altitude 3,000 feet. Denver Junction bidi to
become an important point , oa the U. P. R.
R. Co , , are putting upmanyof their buildings
here , while the 1J. & M. R. R. Co. . are expect
ed aoon to connect at this place. The present
chance for good investments In town Iota will
scarcely ever be equaled elsewhere , For sale
.by the lot or block In good terms by
U , M. WOOLMAN ,
Agent , Denver Junction Colo.
OMAHA
AVINGS
Cor. 18th and Douglaa Sta.
Capital Stock , - - . fl 50,00 (
Liability of Stockholders , SOO.OOO
Fire Per CcntlntcmlM on Depots
LOANS MADE ON HEAL
Ora.osrsu
JA.11K3 B.BOID - . , . I'rciUcnt
T. A. PAXTOS . Viao P.M.UM.
L. U. BENNErr. . llaaiulBg Director
JOUH K. WTLBl'B . , . „ Caahler
nnin. r.iiArniiKaoir , TIIOS. i. KIMUAU ,
J. WOAWNKTT , UAX 11KYKU.
SUCNKY PDNDT B L BKKE.
MILITABY MATTERS ,
The Indian Trembles IjfirRO Accnin
odatlotiB Needed ft the Port
Miscellany.
Gen. Howftrd , In conversation with
reporterycsterdny mornlngaald thathodi
not anticipate tbnt the soldiora wouli
hnro any grent tronblo in quelling th
rebellion of the Ohcycnno Indiana whlc !
lisa just broken ont. This dopattmon
in nil probability would not bo callei
upon to aend any troopa down there
Should the Indians become unduly ob
utrcparona and carry oat tholr threats o
moving northward , the Ninth civalr
will aorvo tfTootually to head them eland
and bring them to terms.
So far us concorni Indian matters ii
this department It ia not anticipated thn
there will bo any tronblo In adjusting an ;
little tllfliculllca tlmt may now exist
Gen. Howard hia telegraphed to Col
McOook at Fott Douglas to look into th
matter of the killing of the four Indian
near Fort Hall , as detailed in thcso col
umns some days ulnco. It la now undei
stood that the killing was dotio by th
Indian police themselves and not by th
soldiers.
Fort Omaha is gradually being shnt ii
by the farmers using their land in th
riclnlty. It will bo necessary , for th
maintenance of artillery drill , to extent
the lands beyond the enclosed limits. Si
an effort is being made by the oflieor
concerned to induce the government ti
purchase additions. This wilt doubtloo
bo done if the farmers do not hold thol
lands too high. It la slid , further , tba
a movement n on foot to increase UK
garrison to a whole regiment.
MISCELLANY.
Ileavo of absence for one month ha :
been granted Second Lieutenant Willlan
P. Barnhnin , Sixth infantry.
News has been received hero that the
son of Capt. Sladon has passed oxomlna
tion BUccceasfnlly at West Point.
The leave of absence for twenty-fm
day granted First Lieutenant John Box-
tor , jr. , Ninth infantry has been extend
ed three days.
Lieutenant Oolonel James S. Bristle ,
Fifth cavalry , having reported by tele
graph has been assigned to station For !
JSiobrara , Nob.
Yesterday Maj. Charles I. Wilson
of the Department of the E st , arrived
in this city to assume his duties as pay
master. Ho is stopping at the Paxton.
Maj. Towar nnd Col. Stsnton leave for
the west to morrow , to take piymastsr'a
positions at Oheyenno and Salt L ko ro-
spoBtively.
The commanding officer at Fort Sid
ney , Nebraska , has been ordered to send
nil lecrnlts of the Sixth Infantry ngw at
that post to Fort Donplas , Utah , in
rlmrgoof First Lieutenant Francis E ,
Eltonhead , Twonty.first infantry. The
sommandlng officer at Fort Sidney will
Iso sand in charge of Lieutenant Elton-
tiead , all catuals and recruits for posts on
bis route.
"Tho prizes offered at the rlflo compe
tition this year , " said Col. Henry to a ro-
lortor for the BEByeatorday "wlllnotonly
jo much mere numerous and costly than
jver before in this department. They
iavo never been equalled in any other
Jopartmont. " In addition to the list of
ipecial prizes published yesterday , for
, ho men who will compote from the de
triment of the Piatto , the Union Pacific
railway donates a beautiful silver water
ot , of $50 as a prize for regimental team
natch.
AFTER THE WAYWABD ,
Citizens Complain to tlio Council of
Nightly Brawls and Dlsgrnco
fill Scenes.
As will ba seen ia the reportjof Tuesday
light's council procaodlngs , the frail end
llezy creatures who inhabit that section
if town along Eleventh and Twelfth
troots , from Douglas etroot to Capitol
iVcnno , must go. The rcspostablo people
iving in that section begin to feel that
holr respectablHty and decency are being
incroachod and imposed upon. They
dll not stand 1 ; any longer. If the
touncil will not assist thorn to cleau ont
ho dives , dona and sink holes of alnthoy
) ropoao then to take the matter in tholr
wn hands entirely , and deal directly
vith the men who rent their
louses to tbh data of poo-
ilo. A BEE reporter was
pformod yesterday that moro than
ikoly ho will have ho privilege of wiit-
ng a breezy tar and feather sensation
> oforo long. The women and the men
? ho have congregated and taken np their
, bode down iu that aeollon are of the
pry longboat class , and they do make
light hideous , Indeed. With brawls nnd
ighta and drunken carousals , it is a con-
tant bacchanalian spree from teen after
[ ark In the evening until about daylight
icxt- morning , Bhok eyes , bloody
loses and torn clothes are evidences of
iow extensive the hilarity becomes
ametimoj. The reporter tarn a
lan yesterday whoso face looked 03
hougti It had boon shaved with a cross-
at sanr. Ho had been to see the Dodge
troot elephant. Those citizens who
ave petitioned the council for relief
lean business. They declare that these
Ightly carryings on greatly disturbs
icm fa tholr poioo and rest , and that
10 scenes witnessed there some times
: o indeed moat disgraceful.
Petty JJurcoules.
Mr. Sanford , resident at Seventeenth
id Chicago streets , reports that a sneak
ildf entered his house about five o'clock
oesday eight and stole a gold watch chain
ro razors , a pocket book , and a few
ther articles. There Is no clue.
Sam King , Eleventh and Capitol are-
no , had $53 stolen from him , last night ,
he thief raised a window , and , clsmbor-
ig into Iho homo , went through King's
ints and abstracted the money ,
A guest at the St. Charles reported to
10 police yesterday that some ens
id entered his room and taken a new
lit of clothei valued at $35 , together
1th some valuables. The act was a very
aid one , a > the clothes were taken from
odor his head.
The K B. of N ,
The annual communication of the
rand Chapter order of tko Eastern Star
[ Nebmka was bad hero on the afternoon
id evening of Juno 23. The attend-
ice was larger than for years past , and
10 meeting was characterized by great
irmony and interest. The reports of
10 oflicers showed a growing Interest in
to order , and that Its forces were
rongthenlng , Among the nutters of
general Interest receiving attention wt
a proposition looking to the establish
mout of an orphans' homo. Iho follow
ing officers were chosen for the onsnln
year
llov. n. A , Guild , Ashland , gran
patron ; Mrs. Elizabeth Davis , Omaha
grand matron ; J. II. Foxworlhy , 0. A
patron , Lincoln ; Mrs. 0. Thompson
Ashland , G. A. matron ; Edwin Davli
Omaha , grand treasurer ; MM. L. M
Merrill , St. Pan ) , grand secretary ; Mrf
Olurlotto Martin , Central Oily , G. cor
ductrossi Mrs , Emma Forbes , St. Paul
G. A , conductress ; R. W. Furnas
Brownvillo , grand lecturer ; Josnui
Barnor , grand warden.
Fourth cl July ,
A movement is on foot among nome c
the prominent and patriotic citizens c
Omaha ID arrange for a grand calobratlo :
of the ' 'Glorious Fourth" this yo r.
communication was sent ill lakt night t
the council asking them to co-oparat
with a citizens' committee in ai
ranging for the celebration. In al
probability a meeting of the cllizsna wil
bo bad to-morrow night to start the b l
rolling , and then it is presumed the conn
ell committee will bo ready to confci
Among the gentlemen who are interest
ing themselves are Garllck & Johnson
Charles Oouhnt , II. Kountzo , Be :
Woo3 , Tootlo & Maul , Poycko Broe.
Chris Uartman , Max Meyer & Company
0. B. Rusting , H. W. Yates , W. V
Morse , Rood , Jones & Company , L. B
Williams , 0. S. Goodrich ; A. L. Strang
mi- ; > .
SAMLEU In this city Juno 231 p. in.
Llllle , daughter of Prod and Darn Samlci
ngcd 2 months , .
Puneral took place Wadnojdny , Juno 21th
from the residence ou William street , nca
Saratoga house Interment at Laurel hill ,
DKE At SilIn ( Grovr , Sarpy county , JUKI
24th at G oVJock o. m. , Catharine , belovcc
wife of Jerry Dee , aged 60 years.
Funeral will tnko placa Friday , Juno 2Gth
at 10 o'clock a. m. from her late residence
Interment ( .t St. Mary's cemetery ,
COOPUR-in this city nt noon , Juno.21,1885
of typhoid dyaonterv , BlargueritoK. , onlj
child of George M. and Margaret J. Coopei
aged 21 montlifl.
Funeral Thursday at 7:30 : p. in. , at tin
residence , 709 North Eighteenth , Intormonl
private.
SICK HEADACHE Thousands whc
hava suffered Intensely with sick bond
aohosay that Hood'a Saraaparllla hat
cured them. Ono gentleman thus re
lieved , writes : "Hood'a Saraapatilla h
worth its welpht ia gold. " Reader , II
you are a sufferer with sick headache ,
give Hood'a Sarssparllla n trial. It will
doyu positive good. Made by 0. I.
Hood & Co. , Lowell , Mots Sold by all
druggists. 100 doses Ono Dollar.
A plan has been devised and Is pronounced
practicable for connecting Paris and London
by pneumatic tubes , through which telegrams
and parcels up to eleven pounds in weight
may be transmitted. The tlrao of transmission
is guaranteed not to exceed ono hour.
How often is the light of the house
hold clouded by signs of melancholy 01
irritability on the pwt of the ladies. Yet
they are not to be b'amod , for they are
the result of all ailments peculiar to that
jex which men know not of. Bat the
cause may bo removed and joy restored
by the use of Dr , Piorco's "Favorite
Prescription , " which , as a tonic and
aervino for debilitated women , is certain ,
iafo and pleasant. It ia bayond all com
pare the great healer of women.
: ent. In Austria , the European country
which approaches most nearly to Chill In
, his particular , it is less iban 13 per cent.
uorsford's Acid Vliospnato.
FOll OVEIIWODKED FEMAI.ES
Dr. J. P. Cowan , Asbland , 0. , nays ,
"It proves satisfactory as a nerve tonic ;
lso in dyapeptio conditions of the
itomach ; with general debility such as
TO find in overworked females , with
loivous headache and its eccompain-
nonts. '
Lmpo-or William is elglity-aicht years of
igo ; Uiamarclc Is Beronty-one , Von Moltko
vlll be eighty-five in October. Of the historic
froup at Versailles in 18"1 , when the empire
vas proclaimed , ths crown prlnco ia the only
me that scorns to have any considerable lease
in life.
AnROBtnra Bitters , the world renowned
ippotlzor and invigorator. Used now ever
ho whole civilized world. Try it , but beware
if imitations. Ask your grocer or druggist for
jho genuine nrticlo , manufactured by Dr , J
i Ii , Hiogort & Song _
The first American nlmantc is believad to
iavo been issued In 1037 by William Bradford
n Philadelphia. Tde celebrated " I'oor Klch-
rd'a Almanac" was published in 1732. and
lontinued until 1757 ,
A GAUD To all who nro suffering from
Trors and indigestions of youth , nervous
weakness and decay , Joss oE manhood , etc. I
rill eend n rcclpo that will euro you FJIEE
)1 ) ? CHARGE. This great remedy was dls-
overed by a missioner to South America.
Send eelf-addressfd emotopo REV. JOSHPH T.
NMAN , Station "D" New York.
The bicycle is to be officially introduced
ate the Bavarian army. A number of the
oldiersof the garrison of Munich are at
roeent doing orderly service for the purpose
I trying the practicability of the "wheel. "
"What a Itlg I'llo or Eatables !
In Iho course of a year a healthy man
rho has a good appetite swallows about
lireo times his own weight of food 1 To
laposo of this requires a system of won-
orfal and complicated Internal machin-
ry , every part of which must bo In per-
ict order. When It Is In order onr food
Ives us pleasure When It Is out of or-
er wo endnre the horrors of dyspepsle.
rown's Iron Bitters Is the sworn foe of
rspepsia , and has made msny a snffer-
ig mortal enjoy his dinner. Among
oats of others Mr. Henry Heinrlch ,
arondelet , Mo. , writes , "Brown's Iron
liters cured mo of indigestion , "
The Atlanta Constitution has tettlod the
ct that Gen , Robert E. Lee's middle name
as Edward. Lippincott'a Uographical dic-
ocary and Chambers' encyclopedia have it
dmund.
ILESM PILESI1 PILES ! !
A ture cure for Blind , Bleeding , Itching
id Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by
T. Williams , ( an Indian remedy ) , called Dr.
riUiama1 Indian Pile Ointment. A single
31 has cured the worst chronic cates of 25 or
) years ( landing. No one need suffer fhe
ilnutes after applying this wonderful aooth-
ig medicine. Lotions and instruments deere
ore harm than good. Williams' Indian
ilo Ointment absorb ) tba tumors , alUya the
itense Itching , ( particularly at nfcht alter
ittlng warm In bed ) , acts as n poultice , gives
istant relief , and ia prepared only for Piles ,
chlog of private parts , and for nothing else ,
SKIN DISI3A8K3 CUBED
f Dr. Frazler'a M gio Ointment. Cures as
by magic. Piraples.Black Head * or Grubs
Blotches and Eruptions ou the face , leaving
ie akin clear and beautiful , Also cured Itch ,
tit Hlmme , Sore Nipples. Bore Lips , and
d. Obstinate Ulcers.
Sold by drugglits , or mailed on receipt of
Ice , CO cents.
At retail by Kuhn k Co , and Sehroeter &
echt. At wholesale by 0. F , Goodman ,
ALL ABOUT A OOW ,
An Interesting Trial In Follco Com
Yesterday Mornlnji I
Business ,
The principal event In the police com
yesterday morning was the ttlal of Bin
Carmlchaol oa a complalntof assault sivor
out by Mrs. Klnsoy. The defendant I
acorjsad of catllt'g Lira. K. with a knife
The circumstances ta developed by teat !
tnony are those : The Kinsey famll ;
hnvo a half acre garden which is no
fenced In and has bean open to such cattle
tlo end other animals as might ohooso t
extend their depredations thoro. Amoni
other cows irhoto attentions to thn garden
don have been pittienlarly marked wa
a bovine owned by Mrs. Carmichael , i
neighbor. A plan trai adjusted botwoci
the different members of the Klncc ;
household that the next time this cot
was caught In the garden they woult
eeiza it and plaoo it in private Impound
Accordingly when the Carmlohao
cow chanced to agaiu stray thither , the
Kinaay family rashed out , put a rep
around its horns , aad started to load 1
away. At this Interesting crisis MM
Ouralchaol , the owner of the CDW , ap
poured upon the tccno. The cow wa
pulling ono way upan the rope , and tin
Kinseys were pulling another. Mrs. 0
rushed Into the crowd , and It ia supposed
was slashing at the rope when aho ou
Mrs. Kinsey.
Upon hearing all iho testimony Judgt
Stouborg discharged the defendant , a
the element of malice in the act was noi
proven.
Thom s Allen who attempted to brcal
the safe on Douglan otreot Toccdiy after
noon , was discharged , as no ono cared t (
appo.tr against him ,
Two drunks wcro arraigned and finoc
the usual amount. One wan saut up Ir
default.
'
x rEUSONAIj ,
G. S. Niholeon , Topaka , is a Paxton gncat
W. R. Winter , Baltiicoro , is a Millart
gucet.
G. II. Thummel , Grand Island , is at llu
Millard.
Mayor Boyd returned from the east to yes
terday ,
Messrs. P. E. and J. D. Her wont era
Tuoadfty.
Walter II , .FosF , of Washington , ia atoppins
at the Millard.
II. Gibbons and R. A. Moore , Kearney ,
are at the Paxton.
y
Charles McDonald , of North Tlatte , was at
the Paxton yesterday.
The Hon. William A. Paxton left for the
woat last evening1 ,
H. H. Longsdorf , of Bicghamton , N. Y , ,
la at the Millard.
V. V. Leon and J. G , Richay , of Platts-
myutb , are at the Paxton.
Mrs. Bartlett Russell has returned from a
pleasant vieit to her old home in Monmouth ,
Ills.
Ills.A.
A. n. McGee , Brownvillo , Neb , ; A. G
Hastings , Lincoln ; J. W. BORIS , Blair , are at
the Arcade.
William King , James Booth , Cbas , Gar-
dalner and William Gardalnor , four of Scrlb-
ner'a prominent citizens , were in Omaha yes
terday on a businois and plsasuro trip.
J. C. Stubba , traffic manager , and T. H.
joodraau , general passenger and ticket agent
3 ! the Central Pacific road , arrived in the city
yesterday in a special car from the west.
Judge McCulloch returned homo yesterday
' .com an eight days' stay in Moumouth , Ills.
Elis eister , Alias Mary McCullocb , who has
iuat gra'la itod at Monmouth college , re-
; urned with him , and will make a short vieit
lero ,
Messrs. George Gould , 8. H. H. Clark , H.
SI , lloxio , third vice president nnd general
nanagor , and Assistant Superintendent
Drake , of the Mi'iourl PaciBc , left the city
fcaterday mornlog in a M. P. special and will
naka a tour of inspection cf the company's
Ines.
Ines.At
At the Annual sheop-ehoiring iu Vermont
> ho heaviest ram's fleecs weighed twenty-eight
lounds thirteen ounces , nnd the heaviest
iwe's fleece twenty-ono pounds nine ounces ,
nils , H ia claimed , exceeds the record at any
niblic shearing.
Don't disturb the house by coughing
ill night. lied /Star Cough cure will rc-
tovo you ,
The first publisher to whom "Called Back"
-Hugh Conwny'ii successful novel was pre-
ontecl , went to sleep over it , Iho next da ?
la found beauties in it nnd at once took it , a !
ho tame time arranging for its dramatization ,
YOUNG MEN-HKAI ! > THIS.
THE VOLTAIC BELT Co. , of BrarehalUI. ,
iffcr to send their celebrated 1'tECino-VoL-
AIO BELT and other KLECTKIO AFFLIANCEU
n trial for thirty divy , to men ( younc or old )
illlcted with nervous debility , lots of vitality
nd manhood , and all kindred troubles. Also
or rheumatism , neuralgia , parallels , and
iany other ( ] ineasee. Oompleto restoration
a health , vigor aud manhood guaranteed
io rwk ia incurred , as thirty doya' trial In
llowed , Write them at once for illustrated
amphlet free.
The shoo question has come to the front in
lurmab , the king having refused ta receive
ie new French consul in his boots. The
3nsul declined to attend unbootcd , and the
udienca was consequently put off.
TThen I ) by tru tick , ire E TB lier Cutorl * ,
Whan ( he WM a Child , she cried for Cutorla ,
When ilie became Mill , the clung to CtetorU ,
Wli a the U d Cliildrtn , he g yo them Cwtorl *
Fnitod States Depository.
OF OMAHA.
'lie Oldest Banking Establishment
in Omaha.
SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZB BKOTirKUa ,
tablhhcd In 1857 , Organized as Nitloo l lUnk
AugUJt 26tb , 16CS.
A.PITAL 8500,000
URPLUS and PROFITS. . . . lOoJoOO
OrlClR8 AND DIBICTOB8 :
iRUaN KOPMI , President.
JUUN A. CKRIOIITO.V , Vice Prfuldent.
Auousifa UouhTin , 2J Vice 1'rcildeot.
Y. II. Iiv , Cathler.
W II. MEOqviax , AealtUnt C&ihlor.
A. J. I'omcros.
. General Banking BusinesaTr ns-
ncted.
luuea time certlBraUa bearing Interact.
Iraw drafti n the principal cltleeln the United
ttei : alto Londou , Dublin. KJInbura , and tirlaclp *
Ua ol the continent and Europe.
frte from , J nivltti nnil I'otsoni
A PROMPT , SAFE , SURE OURI
for Couch * , Pcro Thront , | [ nnrcnr * , InflnctiKi
ColdA. IlronrliltN , Croup , Mlinuptnff Consli
Attlimn , QutliHrf I'uln lit ( lirnt , Dlotlit ?
nfTecllonK f lh Tli rant * i)1 1.nnB
lrlco SO PC nl * n rtottlc. Gold by Prnscldts rind He t
ore. JMrtlti unaHt to tnditrt thrlr dealer ta > > rmnpll
Ut i ttfor t/if nt teill ri etlr * dra bottlttErpritc/iargt
( nidi , I'if n nitng one dollar la
HIE ciiiiiLrs i ntirirn rn1I A r.
S > 10 Owtif r. an I MAntiriclnreni ,
ll lllmorp. J1 rjl na.r.B. i
17 SI. Clinrlos S. . . St. r nls , ! . .
lrnuUr r ani > i.M i M iie\C mu , tMviip ; loati
CoiltrjIn Ihoir'KUIIrgl.tlne ' lcr O K .c N. < .Hi I
Ktoc I
Ncrtous Prosiralion , PMillltf , Menl' !
l VVcaknoss , { Mercurial and oln , '
rlonsot Throat , Skin Or Bones , DlooilfnU ii
n'ri ' Sores and UlCCru ; - > tm'rl Tllb tL.r " . '
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is at once used In each case. ConsultotUus , per
sonal or by letter , sacredly confidential. Med
icines sent by Mail and Express. No marks or
package to Indicate contents or Bender. Address
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Tlio Original ami Only CJcniilnc.
Fife nntlaltrftjii HcllaMi' Ilcivircof n-ortljr ) * Imttatloni.
JollniHMisaUo to LADIES * Atk our UruiiclAt for
"i'lilchenterV ITurJI ( tt 'nnl tnki no ot'trr or iiiUo c ,
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NAME PAPER. tliUl.f iir tlicmlfiilC. , . ,
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U Druggists. Tiado eupplUdby J. A. Fuller & Co
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I. M. LooiB & Co. , Moiraos , Mich.
OEVTI 1 am using your Jluld Eitmct Bed Olorer
Dlossom and Wet Compress far Cancer on the breast ,
and am irelk I am eatlsHod It It tlio beat remedy for
Cunerr known. You are welcome to mo thin lor the
fconcQt of nutrerinir humanity.
JteJptctfuUy , MKS. L. A. JOHKSO.t
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EHTtmrv-Jly wife haifornomotlmo been nflllctea
wltn BomctlilDB llkon fcrofulous alicaso.and found no
Nltef until ilie gave your Kxtroof of ltc.lClnv ratrtfll.
Jam hnppy to * iy the has ciporiencw ! ( rreac rtllet
Ihli la butaellght te-'timonlal of mj apprecuitlon ot
your efforts In behalf of humanity , wtlcli you on
welcome to uw for their benefit.
\eiyreepcctfuli7 , H. A
ng your En. lied Clover ,
Swo , ytru ago , for LrygJreloa , and b > not Lcea
; rubi > Unco. It Is hereditary Trltb me. Think you
mt th * best blooc mealcltia known ,
Votm truly. . vt. H. SE3DERT.
R. D. nynun , of Ornncl ItapMi , Mich. . > ay After
two upctoraulvlicd him to USD I ose'eLxtlted Clover
: > r a bad cue of Kczomo , or Fovcr Sore on the let ! .
July used two poundi of your Solid Struct Hod Cloven
Is a Spring Uedldn Tonlaond Kenerat niood PurV
ler It ha < no ( noal. For Rale by ail druggMi. or J , M.
loot o * Co. . Monroe. Mlcu.
IlKllEDY I'lLKE , ATlctlm ol youthful Iraprui
famine I'rematnre Decay , Nurroiu Debility , Latt
Uanbood , Ac.baring tried In vain crcry known
" J ) ' ' * " ' rt aBlmplomeansof cell-euro ,
"hlph'howm' ru RV.l : to bl > ( ellow-iutfonra :
j.iA.itmfi - iSOluUkiaBBUNiW
OWING & GO ,
BOUGHT IRON PIPE ,
> ll bl and Cut In *
IT X r.l ? O ? X XV GS ,
iad Pipe and Sheet
HOuTIIIHOTOX BTIJM
s1 Gas anil iteani Fitters' '
IRON & BRASS GOODS.
NGINEERS' SUPPLIES ,
th & Dodao SUOMAHA.NEB.
imported Beer
IN BOTTLES.
l&nger DararU I Culmbacbcr Baxirla
ener llobemlan Kalaer . . . . .Urerccn
UOME8TIO.
idweleer Bt. LouU I Aubaueer fit. Loula
M..MUwaukeo | Scklltz 1' Isner.Ullwnukee
' Ale J'ortcr. Uomcstloand
uz'g Omaha i , .
Wiiuo Winea.
D MAUEER , 12) ) 3 Farnam St.
JACOB :
JNDERTAKERS I
U the old Bland HIT Farnam Bt. Oiflm by M
ipheolldi d and prompt ! aUtudedlo , Tclrpboo-
Since the completion of the new packing
and slaughter houses , South Omaha is mak
ing a wonderful ane rapid growth. Besides
the large pork and beef house erected for
Hammond & Co. , other dealers have com
menced the erection of similar institutions
and still others are contemplated for the
near future.FSeveral dwellings haye been
bu It and twenty or thirty are now building.
Employment is now furnished to abont one
hundred and fifty families , and conservative
estimates place the figure at eight hundred
to one thousand families that will find em
ployment there a year hence. This offers
great inducements to laboring men to secure
homes now while they are cheap. Specula
tors will also find it to their advantage to buy
at present prices. The company iiave made
no change from the original prices , but some
parties who first purchased lots have resold
them at splendid profits , in some cases at
double the purchase price. If in so short a
time handsome profits are made , what will
be the result when everything is fully devel
oped ? In the few other cities that are favor
ed with a first class cattle marketr fortunes
have been made by investors in real estate ,
aud the same is certain to follow in South
Omaha. While the whole city of Omaha
will be greatly beiiefitted by the growth and
development of the cattle interest , South
Omaha lots will enhance in value smore ra
pidly than any other by reason of its prox
imity to the works.
Manufacturers of all kinds w 11 iind it tcv their ativ.'intaga i
fo inspect thisproperty ; geol ; location , luvel gr.uads , traclc
Incilities nnd plenty of < oed pure water furnished hy ths
South Omaha Water Works. In fact , every facility to in.ike
desirable for manufacturer ? , including cheap ground.
Will find it profitable to select property now , as a year or
two hence with a population of 6000 to 10,000 pajple ,
this will become a desirable place for nil kinds o business ,
and lots bought now , can be had At very reasonable prices
which will double in price many times in the next two yenrs.
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EVERYBODY ,
Rich or poor , will find it profitable to make
in this property. Free conveyance at all times will be fur
nished by us to parties wishing to see this wonderful new
town and learn of its advantage ! . We have entire charge
of , and are the exclusive agents for tin sale of all this
property from (3 ( streets south. Splendid lots from $225
up ward s ,
SOUER
.213 8.14th STREET ,
We have desirable business and residence proparty for sale in all
iarts of Omaha and do a general real estate business. Wo solicit buy
rs and sellers to cail on us. Wo will give lliem all poss bin information
ree , and Jjeop conveyance free to show property in any part o the city ,
Bedford & Souer 9