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THE DAILY fcEE--THURSDAY , AUGUST 13 , 1885.
Is n d r eromi * i ft 11 i dMrrninit complaint. U
tirnl tpdlt ttnds.tTlmpnlnnc nntntlon , nd do-
lire-win * thntono ( < f tba rj-stcm , to prepare the wij
lur Itapid Decline
Qnlcttlyuiil conflfWy f'nrpn Ijrmnri ln In all
tit tarn * , llrnrlmmi , HrlrlilriK.TiimliiKtlic
'nnilt Ao. It enrichm and tiurltien th Mood , Mima
( < tci Ilio iimy-tlto , undftldaba \ awlmllatlan of food
IIT.J.T iloBRiTrn , the honortxl ranter of tb <
Fir < t Jloformr-d Church , Haltlmoro , lid , nays !
"llnvlnittiMul Brown's Iron Hitters f r Djvpepni
tnd IndiRMtlon. I take great plnature In roconv
mendhiR U hlRhlr , Alw conildcr IIA fptandid tonli
ftnd ImiKorator.aimvrTT utrenpthflnlue "
Oeiralno ban We trtde mark anil crowd rpd llnci
finwT pn r. Tnlu-no oilier. Mftdnnntjti/
llltOH.STHKMIOAI.CO. . ItAl.TnlOHK , Hit. .
IJU > rr * HASD HOOK uncial and attract Iro. ron
Ulnlnclistof ririrps I or iwlpw. Inforrnatlnn aboal
colrm , nto. , ( tirrn away liy all iloalrra In medicine , 01
Dialled In any mldmm nn reccltit nf frs etarap.
FEE ] UNTIL CURED !
rS-A\Trltton Kuaranteo of euro Riven In every
capo undertaken. * 5j-AH cnnsiiltatlonaJPreo anil
Nnored. tr. Clarke's Celcbrateil IJoolt [ Ulli
IV'Jungs ( In plain envelopes ) tno ntniupii.
* ! > .CLAUSE , n , I ! . . 180 So. ILAItK ST. CUlCAQO.tLb
frightful Case of a Colored Man. .
I contracted ft fearful oasu cf blood poison In 1833
was treated ujjorco of the beit phyilcltna In At-
Unta. They used the old remedies of moicury and
poUeh , which lnouK'lit en rheumatlem , and Impair
ed my JlRestho oiRin' . Every joint In mo woa
swollen and full ol p ln. When I was given up to
die my physicians thought It would bo A troud tlmo
to teat the viituca of Sulft'a Specific. When I com
menced taking 8 8. R. the phya'cltn nalil I could
Dot llvo two weeks under the ordinary treatment.
lie commenced to glvo me the rmdlcino Btrlotly no-
ooidlngr to directions , which I continued for > o\oral
months. I tool : nothing clao and continued to Im
prove from the very first Soon the rbcumalle
left me , mv appettto becimo all right , and the uloat
which tbo doctor slid worn the moat frightful hi
h d overseen , begai to heal , and by the let of Oo
tober , 16&1.1 waa well man again. I am etronge :
now thin I over waa beforean1 weigh moro. S. 8. S ,
baa ta\ed me ( ram an early gra\o ,
Lorn UcClonkon hn been In tbo employ of thi
ChoeaSCiley company for some aeara , anil I kno <
the nLovo statements to bo true. At the tlmo h
bcgaa.talilnz HwllH Speclllo ho wia tn a horlblo con
dltion. I ieffard bis euro almoit miraculous.
W. U. CROSBY , Manager.
Cheai-CarlcyCo. , Atlanta Dhlalou.
Atlanta. Qa.j AprlllBtb. 188B.
OENTI am u liir ( your Huld Extract pd Oloret
lOMorn and W t Compreaa ( or Cancer on the brcajt
j-nd nmwell. I nm utlifled It ! the beit remoOr tot
Cancer ItnoMO. You nro welcome to tua this ( or U
ibonefltof lUirerJmr Jiumanlty.
lleapuetiully , MR3. L , A. J01IKBOH.
aRMTUiKE. i Uywirohaaformraatlmabecniimi < tKl
Him Bomcthlncr lUio scrof ulous aluoiuo. and round ni
Jan happy to ay aha hoj oiperlencod tnvatreli3.
Tnl < It butaf light Uv-Umonlnl or my approclauon a !
your clTorU In bohalt of humanity , rklch you ut
welocind to uw for their bonent.
. . . .
QIXTH 1 inmmqtiood UUnit jronr ETC. lied CloTfr ,
wo .ran KKO , tor l.rydrxtoi , nnd b * not been
4rMibl , Utuw. H 1 J hereditary wltn ma. Think you
Oa Ui t > cat blooa m alcuio known.
Vrt truly. W. M. BEIDEKT.
R. n. flyirAn , of Orcnd Rapldi , Mich. . ivy -Art r
nro llpctora advl acd liliu Co uw l.ooau' § Lit. Itni Clover
I r a , but c&w o. ' Knema , or t'eror bore on the Icf.
CnUTUiodtwaDoindJorrourSoUd Extract lUxlcloton
Seakil proposas111 ! bo received by the under-
llgni'il until to'Uutk iv m. of ThutBdiy , tco iOth day
ol Aligwt 1SS5 , flir nut-tii ; district No. S3 , In the city
of Omaha , wltb U I'.ra lo ( an J itono en a stud baaa
of 0 lnhca In IhlcVtesa , lamilet of aand to accom
pany rach bid.
Tbo pivli will be\lone In accorduico with
and Bix-'dtkitliina uk tila In tha olIlM of tku Loaril
of puUia wurls ,
Lids to Lo cccompanli , 1 by a certified check In tlvo
turn of < no tboui ut1 ilollara , paiaUe to tlui
dtyof Omaha. , is an olrVmrt ) of gowl faltlu Tlu
Uiirdof inil/Uo orka rstJ n u the right to reject
uiyorallMiUi. J , IX llotia
auE-0-7-10-I I Ohm. Oo.inl of 1'iiHlc U'orlg.
UVKlffjMrr. E JiCaiotulng \olnnt illy left
my bd uiJ board , 2 ; I1 tot bf regpontllile for any
debts ceatracted by hm on oiiucount.
Omaha , Aug. B , 188i , JOHN Ci8 T.
Man and Beast ;
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men , and used more and
more every year.
THE WAR WITH THE SAINTS.
Mormon Leaders Ballyicg Their Fol
lowers ID An UiHen Line ,
lcrBC < m < lon for tlioAVcnk Ones Tin
1'rlcstliooil Dcmnntt Obedience In
Splto of the Laws ot the Uni
ted SUtoa S H Lnio City
The Coming Conlllct.
Corroipondonco Denver Tribune-Republican
Throughout this city there Is a foelliij
of unreBtand npprohonalon. There an
daily conferences of Mormon loadera li
oil the various watds ; there nro otho
gatherings weekly In which the reanlt
of the ward meetings nro diacussed. Ni
effort IB spared to roach n conclusion ti
which the whole Mormon force can bi
hold In unbroken lino. The outcome o !
nil this la feared by the people. Thosi
fully understanding the ways of the people
ple who have lived and profited upoi
the Mormon Issue for a full generatloi
know there la no danger of n physics
conflict between the two classes of real
dents here , or anything clio moro throat
onlng to personal tatety.
W1IO WILL KH1TEU MOST ?
Mormons may try to moro thorough ! ]
boycott their gontllo neighbors in buol
noes and social Hfo than waa attempted
In 1882 or 1883 , bnb this la all in that dl
rcctlon , and la not aerlous In iteelf. Gen
tllo politicians endeavor to create alarn
to aecnro national sympathy ; this roactt
In Silt Lalco and causes a feeling of tin
rest quite detrimental to public Interests
In reality the loyal citizens of Utah have
nothing to fear beyond the ordinary 10
Eults of hard times. It Is the Mormot
managers who are now , and are likely tc
continue in trouble ,
FIllST WEAKNESS OF TUB SAINTS.
When Orson Arnold last spring won'
Into Judge Dane's court , plead guilty ,
promised obedience to the lawn , and wac
dismlsied with a trifling Cno , there were
scores of polygamlats who oponlj
or privately decided to follow hi :
example. I know that Bishop
Ilcndrlcka of Ilichmond Bald ho would dr.
so , and I. have roaton to believe thai
Bishop Jdharp of Salt Lake reached thlt
decision. Thcra can bo no question that
Mr. Dlnwoody and .several others re
turned from tliolr voluntary exile deter
mined to plead guilty and to promise to
obey the laws. Bad this course been
lift unchecked , it would have bcon hard
to find an avowed polgamut at the close
of the present year.
CHDKCII DISCIPLINE BIlOUGUr TO BEAU.
But the presidency of the church waa
quick to meet the emergency. It will be
aa litt'o to the advantage of the Mormon
managers as to the profit of the gentile
leaders to nettle this vexed question j and
the swift Influence of the heads of the
church was at once made manifest. Ar
nold was denounced , not as a renegade
or apostate , but aa a weak , foolish
and misguided man. The church
was too great and too magnanimous to
punish an act of thouchtleesness , but
such a thing must not happen again.
Four weeks later Bishop Hendrlcks stood
trial and went to the Idaho penitentiary ;
others wont to the Utah prison , and
Bishop Sharp. Henry Uinwoody and
othera have plead not guilty and know
that a trial at the fall term means the
inevitable six months among felons.
A SHAKY MEMBER.
It is feared that Henry Dlnwoody will
lluch. Ho 'u a wholesale furnltun
ionler In this city , and la worth $150,000
Bo Is a lover of ease and comfort , a
las arrived at an.ago when men begin t
ihoroughly enjoy the results of sucoeasfu
md laborious butlaess Hfo. Ho in sal
to be disgusted with Rnd. Olawson , hi
ion-in-law , who Is serving a long term
"or polygamy , and whoso legal wife has
lecnred a divorce ; and it will add much
; o the horror of prison Hfo to bo sbnt up
'or six months with his daughter's dla-
: ardcd husband. Yet If Mr. Dlnwoody
iubmits to the law there will bo an army
if men to tread In his footsteps , and thl
nast bo provontod.
It fs easy to BOO therefore that th
Mormon councils have enough to discuss
Oho power behind these councils Is enor
nous. There are doubtless 15,000 men
TIO are enrolled In what is known as thi
if the Molchizodock Priesthood. In thi
indowmont house at Salt Lake City , o :
u ono of the Utah temples , through eel
imn ceremonials and in the presence o :
aen they fear , all these mon have taken
'ows of obodlonco which they hold high
r than the obligations of human law.
[ 'hey ' hold within themselves jnwors o :
rhlch they are hardly contcious ; but
rhioh are sallicbnt to make existence a
Iving death to the Mormon resident of
Jtih who defies It.
HIE MORMON WATOI1WOUD.
If there la any ouo thing preached to
ho Mormona with greater persistence
ban another , It Is this , which Is heard
a every Mormon mooting , In ovary place
nd at all occitiona "Obey the Prlest-
oodl" They have repeated and roller-
ted this for years , hardly knowing why.
Tow they know Its usefulness. Whatever
resauro tbo Mormon councils too fit to
pply to the polygamiata will ba put on
Ithout mercy , and backed by the whole
lormon body. Every detail will bo
greed upon avery man will know his
ork and there will bo no forbearance
ereaftcr toward the polygamlat who
loads guilty in a federal court , or prom-
loa to obey the laws. In brief it may bo
ifely prophesied tint future strife in
Ftfch , If any exists , will ba within the
lortnon church ,
THE UNITY OP MOIIMONISU.
"Tho recent oloctlin In Utah again
lowed the unity of Moinionisra. There
as not'.lltcimlon among the Mormons
o divided tickets the ballot prescribed
y the church authorities was voted with-
it a scratch. The church candidates
ore men of p oed personal character and
.ie ability. Their value to the church
> y in the fact tb t without hesitation or
abate , in legislative councils or county
JrnlnUtratlont , they are and always will
-'obedient to the prletthood , " An
position wu attempted by what la
ictlly knoirn as the young democracy ,
n honest -effort was made to get Utah-
arn yonng men io como oat of the Mor-
.on tyranny , and vote a ticket which
otld represent wniethlng bealdca the
d "church and antl-oharch"i aue. The
aw party waa not very well man ged ,
id , though lla alma weio in tbo main
itrlotio and laudable , there Is llttlo in
s breinuings to give promiao of future
licago Herald ,
Oat In the South Pl&tto country of Jy'o.
aaka is a railway itatlon nuuad To-
orrow. It la on a bn&ch road , and if
ached only by a mixed ( rain of freight
id piBienger carr , This mixed train
ni alower than the corning of the day of
dgmout. It creeps along BO
that it makes mules and hired men tlrat
to look at it. To the traveler by thl
train the sight of another telegraph poll
Is a sign ot promiao , and every euccoulvi
mllc-post reached Is a triumph. Oni
aftarnoon last week this train was creep
ing along when a weary traveler woke u |
the sleeping brakeman with the Inquiry
"What's the n mo of the next station ?
"How far is It ? "
"Seven miles. "
"Seven miles ? That aottloa It. Gooc
name , since wo are euro to bo all nigh
getting thero. "
Interview " \Vith AVnsliaktc , Chief o
the SIioflhoncB ,
Corrcjpondonco New York Herald ,
The Shoihono Indian reservation , it
Wyoming territory , comprises an area o
1,520,000 acres and is occupied by 1OC (
ShoshoncB and 013 Arnpahoca. Tin
chief of the former Is Wnshskio ; ot thi
latter Black Goal , The two tribes an
but llttlo advanced in the ways of civill
zatlon , though individual members o
either may bo found who are intelligent
and educated. The majority roam a
will over the reaorvatlon hunting and
fishing , Aa careless of time as of the future
turo , they take no thought of coming
days , but ran a caroar aa idle and happy
as it Is monotonous and uneventful.
"Ballon day , " when the ngont distrib
uted government supplies , and the an
nnal bunt are red letter days In tholi
[ AN INTERVIEW WITH WASIHKIE.
In a topco , surrounded by his favorite
tqnawa , the Herald correspondent mcl
and talked withlOhief Waahakio , whc
has been leader of his tribe for years ,
and who baa moro influence ever his poo-
pie than any other chief of the western
Indlane. In appearance Waahakio it
patriarchal. Ho is eighty years of ago.
Ho is six fcot tall. Ill * form is erect ,
His mien Is majestic. With n fine open
countenance , flashing darkoyos , and with
long white hair falling ever his should
ers , ho looks every inch a king. He waa
seated upon a pllo of furs and blankets.
The air from neighboring mountalnc
swept through the tcpoo and toeaod hie
white locks to and fro. The cquawa oat
in sllenco , their glances bent on the
ground. The old chief spoke deliberate.
lyand in English , which ho speaks fluent
ly. Stripped of verbiage , the conversa
tion ran substantially as follows :
"How long IIBVO you boon chlof of the
Shoahonce ? "
"For many years. My tribe was once
known as the Snake Indians. Slnco re
moving to our present reservation wo are
known as Shoshones. "
"In event of your death who will snc-
cocd to the chief taincj ? "
"My youngest and only son , Richard
Waahakio. My oldest boy , James , WHS
alaln early last spring by a white
MURDEK OF THE CHIEF APPARENT.
"I do not care to apeak of this , " ho
added , ofter a moment's pause. "Sllenca
on this point , considering all the circumstances -
stances , best becomes mo. The ollicero
at the fort can toll you all about the
murder. The chieftaincy detcanda from
father to son , but the trlbo confirms the
Buccesslon , and if the snccetBor of a dead
chief is a bad man the Indiana hnvo tbo
power to reject him and galoot a good
"Is your trlbo Increasing or diminish
ing In point of numbers ? "
"We are going backward ; wo count
only a llttlo over onothousand. . Our
lodges are getting lois. Once wo were
strong. Our biaves and women and
children could hardly bonnmbored Now
ill la changed. Disease came to us
Death mowed down our bravea and car
: iod away onr children. Yes , yes , all
"Aro many of the Shoahonoa adoptm
; ho woya of the white man ? "
"Oh , yes ; many bravea now drois Ilk
; ho white man and speak his tongue
Some , too , have adopted hla habits. Man
) f our children are being educated. W
lave schools at Fort Washakio and else
ivhero on the reservation which glvo on
routh a chanceto learn the EngHs
" MISSIONARIES AMONG THE SHOSHONES.
"Then , too , wo have churches an
ntsalons. Episcopalians and Catholic
; onduct these. My people general !
Iko preachers and priests , who seem In
: ercated In tbo Indlen and anxious ti
ihtkuge his present spiritual condition
nto something bettor. Good bas been
lone by theeo Christiana. The offot I
leon and felt. Summed together , my
rlbo la advancing , as the white mm :
vouldeay , I am thankful such Is the
iaso. Wo are at peace , well governed
, nd satisfied , "
Notwithstanding Washaklo'a flattering
ummary , there ore thoao who claim thai
leath ( which can bo only a year or two
t least ) will bo the signal for war ba
ween the Shoahonea and Arapahoes , who
iccupy the flame reservation. A bitter
eud has oxlatod between the two tribes
or years. The Iron hand and resolute
rill of Weahakio alone keeps them apart
Jut though hidden the fires of fate are
lurning , and when the old chief la gth
red to hla fathers the flimos will very
ikely bunt forth , In which event the
otal extinction of ono trlbo or the other
NEIGHBORING TRICES RESTLESS.
Your correapondont saw Dick Washa-
le , who will succeed the present chief ,
ila father. Ho la twenty-two , and a fine
aoklng Indian. Mounted on a pony ,
its face daubed with rod and yellow
> alnt , hla loner blaik hair adorned with
oathers and streaming In the wind , and
lad partly in Europe in and partly In In-
ian garb , it waa oaty to conjecture that
.e could not control the trlbo llko the
resent chief Washaklo'a proudest
loatt is that ho has never raised an arm
galnat the white man. On the contrary ,
0 has declared agalnat war , and his
onnsels have saved the lives of unnum-
ered white mon , Slnco tbo death of
anioo Watbakle , who was killed in a
runkon quarrel with a white boy last
prll. Waahakle has been less friendly
> the white * . Ho requested that the
oy should bo punished and elojp with
la son in the oarao grave , but this waa
jfusod , and the old chief has ainco been
1 a bad humor ,
IlED HEN IV COUNCIL.
la truth , however , all the neighboring
ibes are ru&tless , Juat now a craud
mncll is being held , which the Ohoy-
inea from Tongue rlvor , the Southern
'tes ' , the Orowa from Montana , and the
annusks from Idaho , are taking part ,
t may bo they will decldo to take the
ar path , and rorengo real or fancied
ronga with rlfh or ecalplog knife. If
> there will bo email chances of escape
> r white men In the vicinity. Ono com-
tny of United Statean / fan fry la eta-
onod at Fort Washskle , but , with this
cceptiou the country for hundreds of
lies la without proteotlon. Naturallj
to whites along the border of the She
tone and Ar p hoe reservations are filled
Uh apprehenilon , fearing they knorr not
THE BIi.VOIC CANON.
A Moonlight View of the Fmou
Uurgo In the Kocklcs.
Correspondence to the Ixs.
Coming down Marshall PAIS ccfnveraj
tlou occupied the hour , for night had sot
tied on the landscape , resting our wear ;
ojcs already sated with the grandeur o
' Don you know how your names orlg
Inatod , " asked the oldest inhabitant
eyeing ns with a quizzical expros lon
Wo looked aa wlao aa possible ; assure !
him that our fathom had como ever litho
the Maj flower , but the dorlvatioi
troubled us. "Well , " slid ho compla
cently stretching hla feet under the ncx
two acats , "originally every name wai
Smith. Whenever a man committed t
crime or waa guilty of n misdemeanor hli
name was Immediately changed to soniC' '
thing OBC. ! In that way all the vatioui
names aroao , consequently the genuine
true Block Is found only In the Sniltl
, , , v , . ,
In vain I expostulated wlta him , repeated >
peated the story of Omaha's wandorinf
merchant. The old man's name woi
Smith , and his faith In the family wai
"Very likely this bad man you spaal
of waa sailing under n paondonsym , " salt ]
n prim llttlo teacher of the eamo namo.
Paeudonyml pseudonym. " The old
man looked blank. Thought that ma ]
bo ; ho know very much about the goog' '
rapby of Nebraska , anyway. The houn
wore wearing away , and the full mooii
had risen , shedding a soft light ever the
mountains. Some were dozing In their
seatz tired nature will succumb , but nc
ono thought of seeking hla birth , for ai
11 o'clock wo were to enter the Black
canon of the Gunnlson.
Under the piucs a dark river atcah
allently along. Placid and oilm the wa-
tora are as they hurry down the mountain
on their way to join the mighty Pacific ,
leaving their sister , the Arkansas , to find
her way as best she can , across the conti
nent to the Atlantic. Wo sweep around
a curve the engine plungca down , down
Into the earth. The river roars , moans
and shrieks , singling to fight her nay
through rocky barriers , while the huge
peoka run up into the akp high and still
higher hanglrg over us with n awfn ) ,
terrifying grandeur. Danger signals
swing from the jutting rocks ; btldges
span the foaming , nasty river , and wo
rush from ono aide to the other , under
thoeoawful mountain heights , with frlght-
Thousands and nntold myriads of feet
above the perpendicular walla on either
side roar their hoary summits , reverber
ating the confusion of waters , the rattling
of cars and the cratmings and raaringa of
the engines. Hero a atreom breaks
through the lofty turrets and leaps from
the highlands , falling a beautiful spray in
the waters beneath.
IgTbis VM tbo Gnnnlion canon , and I
never shall forgst It never shall bo able
to deacrlbo it or to express my Impres
sions as I rode through this wonderful
manifestation of the IrrealstaDlo power of
nature. I was moonlight , and the pale ,
wlord light lay on the crags and peaks
and atreams in the valley , adding to the
imprcsslvoneas of tbo scene.
What mighty forces the llttlo stream
must have c-xpondod wearing Us way
down through ) ho solid granite , and what
lorg trains of ages have circled nway
since it began to dig Its bed fathoms bo
low. Would you know anything of th
Sunnlaon ? Go vI.aU it , and If poealbl
oa It by moonlight and you will bo woi
repaid , carrying away a pleasing recollea
tlon , never to bo forgotten. "Gontlo
ilaep" weighs down the ojo lids and MI
isek our cuttalned bode , trusting tha
.ho gocd engineer will gnldo us safely
; hrongh thia wild land. LEVEL.
Ncrvona Debilitated Hen ,
You are allowed a ncc trial Jor thirty days of
ho UBB of Dr. Dye's ' Celebrated VoUalo licit
vith Electric Suspensory Appliances , for the
peedy relief and permanent cure of Nervous
Jebihty , loss of Vitality and Manhood , and
ill kindred troubles. Also for many other dls-
macs. Complete restoration to health , vigor
, nd manhood. No risk ia incurred. Illustra-
ed pamphlet with full information , tormfl , otc.
nailed frco by addresainpr Voltaic Bolt Co , ,
Uarehall , Mich. _
A Nine-Foot Blucksnalco ,
Tram the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Mra. Emma Spangler took her sister ,
rlro. George Zlnk , a short drlvo down to
he Catholic cemetery In her dog cart.
) n their way back homo , and juet as they
ntorod South Broad street , an enormous
ilaok saako ran ont from a clump of
reeds , and In an Instant fastened Itself
n the left wheel , With each revolution
f the wheel It darted ito head Into the
idlei' faces and attempted to call
round Mrs. Spangler'a nock. They were
aralyzod with fright Mra. Xlnk made
spring f re in tbo vehicle as the reptile
truck her , and in falling broke her log
nmedlately above the ankle. Tbo hcraa
topped , when the snalco fell from the
heel , but Instantly called for a leap at
Irs. Spaogler. At this critical moment
Mrs , Xlnk lying under the horse wither
or foot hanging limp and lifeless from
10 broken ankle ) two men rushed out
om a yard near by with clubs , and after
desperate fight killed it. The enako
icasured nine feet long.
AnKostiira IMttors , the world renowned
> l > etzer ! and lavigorator. Ueed now over the
hole civilized world , Try it , but bownro of
rotations. Aek your grocer or druggist for
10 Pennine. nrtlclemanufnctured by Dr. J. G
. Siegert & Sons.
Natural Uas Well.
POUT OALDOBNE , O.NT , , August 12 ,
aturnl gai waa struck here at a depth ol
:0 : feet with sullicient force to light up the
wn. The well wan piped pod the gas burned
i the public streets last eight.
IIOfiEK-l , beat and surest preventltive
Dffv'a PURE MALT WUISKBY , Keconv
ended by loading Physicians. Sold by Drug-
its and Grocers ,
A Murderer OonfdSBCd ,
NEW YOHK , August 12. An evening pa
ir states that Thomas J. Armstrong con-
sied to having killed hla step-father , A. It ,
errlck , in Brooklyn , last Monday night ,
For delicacy , for purity and for im-
rovemont of the complexion , nothing
[ uals Pozzonl'fl powders.
The A. M. 12 , Sunday school ere going
give an excurdion and picnic to Bellevue
Jay , The train leavea the D. & A ) ,
ipot at 8 a. m ,
rTlen Baby wa IcV , ire g
iTleo * he iru A Child , ebo cried for Costorla ,
Vlien die became Ulsa , oho clung to Caatoiii ,
D , eb g TO tb m Cutorla
Krcc from Opiate * , Jlincttci ami I'olsoiii.
A PROMPT , SAFE , SURE CURE
fer Cousli * , Here Thront , llonr rnc , Inducniiy
Cold" . Ilrondilll , Croup , U'lionplna Conch ,
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ir.cll.nm-rilnThrnnt mitltinc .
Trlco no cents n bottle. Sold liy Drnccltts dnrt DtM
cr * Jtirtlfi unable to induct their tlmler to tirrnnptly
ytt It for then ittll reerli f two botttt , Kicprcti cAarvit
ffitJ , bt ] tending one dollar 13
me nunirsoort.m ronriST ,
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Chartered by thcStatcofJlll-
jnols for thccxprcsjp jrpose
of Elvlngimmcdlatc rclielln
[ ioll chronic , urinary and prl-
* vate diseases. Gonorrhoea ,
complicated forms , also all
diseases of the Skin and
pcrmanentlycurcd by rcme-
, dicstestcdina2 < 'af/l'f ( nrs
\i > jnriall'i'aTttrt ! . Seminal
weakness , NiRht Losses by Dreams , Pimples on
the FaceLost Manhood , jii ltti'iltfcitrrd.Tliero
lsiiocx ] > criminit fi. The appropriate remedy
is at once used In each case. Consultations , per
sonal or by letter , sacredly confidential. Med
icines sent by Mall and Express. 'No marks on
package to indicate contents or sender. Address
DR.JAMES.No. 204Washington SI.Cliica < ] 0lll.
IEMEUV 1'liKE. A victim of > outhf u I iiiiiirudcnce
iiiBiiiR rrcmaturo Uocny , NonousUohility , Lost
M anhood , itc.havini ; tried in xaln otcry known
which ho will d mEU to'r *
1'roninliir' Tt'c7ni > from errors or cxressps ,
I/oitPouc : diseases ot the ICIdncyH , Iliad ,
cli-r , nml 1'rnHtnto ninnil Ol'lf ii : > nithont
SHomiicli Medicines by the Mur.Mcm llolus. Va
rlrocciu cured wlthontstirRcry. Treatise nnd tc
ttmonliilv Irci- . All rorrpapondpnrncnntlrtpntlal.
HAHSIOlf REMEDY CO , , or DR. H. TRESKOW.
,1P lAfooV M H Cfr o WCIW VORK.
I bare a positive remedy far the nbovo tllseaie ; bj Iti
tile thousanUsof cascaot the worst kind uitUof Ion ?
landinghavo ttocn cured , Itulced.hORtronKlRmyralth
lultieffleney.tliatlwlll son.lTWO HOI ri.1.3 1 KEB.
9anyBUtTorer. ( jlioexprosaantir U.adJriBfl.
JJK.T.A. bLOCnil.lBtrcarlSt. , NowYo *
IN OMAHA NKH.
Smoke G. Hr Mack & Go's
Cleveland , O. , Celebrated
In cat 3 for 25o clear in Amerlci , and Kxco'Elor tic
Cigar i'ro eminentaboio.ill others.
Our Cat Does Not Scratch
6c Cljjualmo all nompetltloi , fjr ealo anil
D. W. SAXE and J. W. BELI , ,
Kennard & Hlggs , Drngf , L'nooln , Neb ,
0. B. Chapman , " " "
K > anB& Judaon , DIIIJI , Hastings , Neb.
Io ty&Chlnn , Drngl , GUumbtia , Neb ,
J , n. UeIU\en , Drug * , Couu0'l IIIuIIj.
Dell 0 Morgan k Co , Drtlzi Council Iowa ,
duaSchrig , " , Hook a , eta. , Fremont Neb ,
\V. \ H , Turner , Uooki , eta , FiemN
IT. IX , Whlltlesey.IJrut-a. . Cict9
0. A. Headeraon , Oraoil Irlind ,
laoger Ilamla I Cutmbacher Da\arla
leucr Bohemian Kalaer Urornou
idweleor. . . . , St. Louis I Anhauaor fit. I.ouls
iit'a . . . . . .iUlwAUliuo I Schlltz-l'hjicr.Mllwaukco
Mf'i Omaha i Ale , i'ortcr , Oomeetlcand
DMAUEEE , 1213 Farnam St ,
"CHICHESTER' G ENGLISH. "
Ylio < > nl.V < < CIIUIIP.
l&fuaD Ut le efiruorllili Iinllktloni.
D4iii oi > Uo bi LA A > k i . . llr
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* uuit > Bt j ui fir iartiv ui rirt t'tt'f b rrlurtt inulL
ME < liUbotiM'lii-iuliul Co-
Vt tclsts. Ttadt itipplltd by J. A. Fuller & Co
tTf | Ncrroua W , I I < i t ft' fVcakoeu
C- * Jlcblllly Mcubood * und J ) ur
fironte [ irenTlridoa of a noted iipecialut laovrio-
rcd. ) nrug8l > nV n fill It. AJJreia
DR.WARD & COi "
213 South 14th Street ,
Have a large list of inside business and resi
dence property , and some of the finest suburban
property in and around the city.
Wo hnvo business property oil Capitol Aveuuo , Dodge ,
Douglas , Farnnra , Hnrney , Howard , 9th , 10th , IJJthnnd
Wo hnvo fine residence property on Fnrnnm/Douglns ,
Dodge , Davenport , Chicago , Cass , California streets , Shor-
maii , St . "Marys und Park A.venues , in fact on all the best
residence streets. J& Wo hnvo property in the following'ad-
Elizabeth Place ]
West End ,
Reed's First ,
And all the other Additions to the
We uave the agency fo cne syndicate lands in South Omaha. These
lots sell from $225 upwards , and are very desirable property. The
3evelopment of the packing house and othnr interests there , areIrapidly ]
buildincj up that portion of the city.
We have n few lots left in Kirkwood addition , which wo offer at low-
prices , terms 525 down balance $10 per mouth. These lots are on high
evol ground and are desirable.
This addition is more centrally located than any other now addition
tear the best Schools in the city. All the streets are being put to grade
he grades have oeen established by the city council , and is very desira-
ilo residence property , only 15 blocks from Post office , prices lower than
djommer additions for a home or investment. These lots cannot bo
Ton SALE Iloma and lot on Slat St. I
Ton SALE 22 feet on Pnrnam St. . near
1th St. , 88,000.
FOB SALE Lot In Walnut hill , $200.
Fern SALB Lots on 20th , $5GO each ,
FOR SALE 22 acres with elegant residence ,
oed barn , fine trees , ehrubery , fruit , hot and
old water and all conveniences ) iirut class
roperty in every respect
I'on BALE-GO feet on Farnam itrnet , near
Btb. Good business property cheap ,
FOR KENT Koom 41x7CM 3d floor , on 14th
iKonntz < § c Kutli's ,
Impr'nt Assooiati < D3D
Burr Oak ,
Isaac & Seldon'sr
Grand View ,
Credit Fonder ,
ountz9 Second ?
Kmintz' Third ,
Syndicate Hill ,
Clark Place ,
Mvers & ; Richards 7
FOB SAMS-Uomo and lot , 25th and Ohio
go streetsplendid ; corner , $3,600.
FOB BALH-First class business block. 545 ,
FOB SALE } lot on Wheaton St.i BOO
house , 81,6X)0. )
FOB HALK Fine corner lot in Shlnn B add )
tlon , $760.
FOB SALE Lot in Millar-1 Place , epecia
FOB LEABB Fine business property on ICtb
St. and St. Mary's Avenuu.
FOB SALK-J lot on Chicago St , between
13th and 14 , Kith good house , 83,000 ,
We will furnish conveyance free to any
mrt'ojf the city to show property to our friends
mtllcustmnera , anil cheerfully j/ivei
ion reyawlinylGtnaha Property.
Those who have Itargains to ojfer
n'operty at a Jtaryain , are invited to see us.
Real Eotate Agents r K
! )3S. ) I4fi3t. ! bet. Farnam &Bouelas
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