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THE OtfAHADAIlJT BBS. THE SO AY , APliiL 13. " 183S.
'THEIR MARRIAGE A MOCKERY
A Bad" and Wicked Unsband and a Gold ,
Designing Wife ,
SEEKING TO BE SEPARATED.
Creditors Pottnco Down on Dr.
In n tiCKal Way Fighting Tor
n license State Capital
News anil Notes.
tFJlOM THE DEB'S UNCO ! . *
Man's inhumanity to woman finds
ample illustration in the records of Lan
caster county divorce courts. At nearly
every term the docket is burdened with
applications for legal separations , find in
the large majority of cases tlio injured
parties are women. Cruelty , neglect to
support , and unfaithfulness nro the
causes commonly sot forth for the grant
ing of divorces , nnd the offense lias to bo
very flagrant and unbearable before tlio
wife will step into court and m.ako public
the burdens she is bearing. An Instance
of tiiis is shown in the
petition filed by Jennie Gilbert
in the district court yesterday.
The plaintiff , by her attorneys , Messrs.
IJillingsly and Woodward , alleges that
fiho was nmrrird to John Gilbert at Hush-
ville , Ills. , on July 4,187H , and that soon
afterward ho began a systematic course
of persecution and abuse , cursing at and
eiiiarrelllng with her at every opportu
nity. On the Ifith of February , 18S1 , Mrs.
Gilbert joined the church at Burlington ,
which so incensed her husband that ho
varied his customary treatment by boat
ing her with a fence board nnd calling
her vilu and opnroblous names. Thrub
children have boon born to this illy-
mated pair , and the husband has been so
far neglectful of his duty as to
utterly refuse to provide for their
support , the mother being compelled tone
no to work as a house servant to knop
them from starving. In addition to this
bail treatment , Mrs. Gilbert says that
in February , 188. > , tlio defendant com
municated to her a loathsome disease
from which she suffered until the Juno
following , when , being cured , she took
her children and left him. Mrs. Gilbert
asks for a divorce and liberty to resume
her maiden name of Jcnnio Uoss , which
she should have without debate.
A case of an entirely different nature is
that of Albert E. Brunson vs Lillie N.
Brunson , which was entered on the same
docket yesterday. . In March , 1833 , Brim-
son , whoso wife is an ox-school teacher ,
and seems to wear tlio pants , bought 1GO
acres of B. & M. lands near Cheney , in
Lancaster county. Bruuson swears'that
the defendant harassed and tormented
him so that to got a little peace ho gave
her a promissory note for $1.000 , secured
by a mortgage on his stock and growing
crops. Some time after , on the promise
that she would surrender the note and
mortgage , Brunson assigned to his wife
the contract for the land , on which only
a small payment is duo and which has
become a very valuable property. When
ftlio had secured this assignment Mrs.
lirunson quietly sat down on Albert and
refused to rccogni/.o his rights as pro
prietor , soiling oft'the crops and pocket
ing the proceeds , and otherwise con
ducting herself as the boss of tlio ranch.
Brounson now asserts that the transfers
were made without consideration nnd
nsks the courts to have thorn cancelled.
He did this , however , yesterday when
lie was out of the reach nnd influence of
hit stronger half. Whether ho will
weaken when she gets her linger on him
ngain , remains to bo seen.
ON UU. IXXIOK'S TnA.II , .
The boldness of Dr. Doggo , in birying
68,000 worth of real estate in this city ,
nfter virtually swearing on his trial that
lie was a bankrunt and claiming to bo
unable to give § 3,000 bail , has brought
the creditors of Hcrold down on him in a
drove. Abraham Hart and about fifty
others liavo begun an action for the ap-
pointmen.t of n receiver nnd the sale of
JJoggo's property to satisfy their claims.
They allege that their judgments against
Horold remain unsatisfied , and that as
Ihoy believe Doggo obtained $15000 in cash
Him valuable real estate in Plattsmouth
from Herold without consideration , part
of which at least was used in purchasing
the property in this city , they ask that
Iho courts give thorn an equitable relief.
Doggo , it will bo remembered , pleaded
poverty when asked to give bail to stand
trial , and became an inmate of the Hotel
JUelick until the judge reduced the bond
inquired to $1,500. Now ho blossoms
out as the owner of an $8,000 piece of
The light over granting a license to
George Brown to sell intoxicating
Jiqnors in the town of Bennett , has cot
Into the district court. Brown made his
application to the town board in good
Bhapo , and presented a petition signed
ny thirty-four freeholders assorting that
'jiu is a good citizen nnd a responsible
> nan. This was offset by a memorial
from twenty-six men and , twenty-four
Indies , contending that Brown Is not en
titled to n license because ho has fro-
nuoutly violated the law , and.is a man of
bad reputation. And now tlio district
court is asked to stop in and decide be
tween tlio two papers.
The papers of the Lincoln Base Ball
association have been recorded in the
Bocrotary of state's ollleo. 11. B. Durfoo
Is manager and E. 1 $ . Durfoo treasurer.
The capital stock amounts to $ auO.
Governor Dawcs will issue to-day a
proclamation appointing John McClel
land , Hamlin Whitham nnd Alfred S.
Allun commissioners , and John C , Hayes
clerk of Chase eountv , in complinncu with
n petition of the electors for organiza
tion. The county .scat is located on the
northwest quarter of section ! , town
ship 0 , north of range 119 , and southwest
quarter of section ! W , township 7. north
of range B ? , both west of the Oth principal
Editor Druse , of the Nebraska Farmer ,
received a letter from Congressman
Laird yesterday stating that a memorial
tons boon lilud with Commissioner Col-
man , of the dnpnrtmunt of agriculture ,
asking that tin experimental station for
the investigation of animals diseased bo
established in Nebraska. Mr. Lain ! says
that the rawer is signed by the entire
Jiouso committee on agriculture , and the
frolld delegation , and lie lias every reason
to hone that Commissioner Colcman will
take favorable action on.it.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bing celebrated
their silver wedding nnnivur.sr.ry Satur-
imv u&htiit their homo , No , 800 , F street ,
is largo number of fr' ' rts assisting thorn
on tlio happy occasion ,
A liltlo girl named Siobcr , wandered
away from her home on Ninth and B
streets Sunday afternoon , and AVOS
picked up by borne employes of the Medi
cal Instltuto , and turned over to the po
lice. Several hours later her parents
struck headquarters on a hunt for her.
The cold storage house of the Dick
Brothers' Uruwingcompany took n little
tumble Sunday , and bottle ueor and ice
wore mingled in tin unrollshablo mas.s. .
Foreman Charles Wunderllehs , who
has charge of the Job of building the elate
capitol under Contractor Stout , will put
a foroo of twenty masons at work to-day
on thn main part of the building. With
good weather Mr. Wundorllclis expects
to bo able to turn the ontlie structure
over to ths roofers by early fall , ami per
haps got the porticos UP. rst
Bophlu Bw&wan has begun suit against
the oitjof Lincoln for f5,000 damages
for a 'pralnod ankle received by falling '
through < Uftctivo sidewalk on F street
near i'.igb.tetmtU. in November last.
Tweutv Ore liquor licenses were
granted ojr l& o'ly ' oouncll lint night.
V TUo Od I Fellows have abandoned their.
scheme of an excursion to Omaha on the
20th. The best rate they can get for the
round trip is fi75 which they think is
about 70 cents too much.
Sights of tlio Metropolis ns Viewed
By an Omntm IJoy.
NEW YoitK , April < J. Wo liavo been in
Now York only n few days , but have seen
many things of interest. Having n. great
dcsiro to sco an emigrant ship land , our
first trip was to Castle Garden. Wo wcro
fortunate enough to bo tlioro just as a
ship bringing passengers from Norway
landed. The emigrants left the ship in
numbers and came trooping through the
Battery park with their eyes and mouths
wide open , staring at everything and
everybody they came across. Tlicro are
usually a lot of confidence men who can
speak the language of thcso people , and
they pretend to bo their friends anil tell
them to como with them and they will
get work , but they are soon robbed ot
everything they liavo and loft almost
The next attraction was Coney Island
and Brighton Beach. Wo went there
principally to sco the hotel , which is
built in exactly the sliapo of an elephant ,
trunk , tall , and all. It is roofed with
tin and painted tlio color of the animal it
represents. It lakes its name from its
Coney Island is a famous resort for
Now York , Brooklyn and Jersey City
people during the hottest days ol sum
mer. On this account a hotel of extra
ordinary size lias been built there , the
veranda facing the ocean being 13,000
fool ( moro than two miles ) lotte. It has
the appropriate name of tlio Hotel Mam
moth. Our attention was next turned to
Central park. Wo took ono of the
wagons which are provided to tnku vis
itors to the principal places in the park.
Wo rode from ono end of the place to tlio
other , passing the famous Egyptian
obelisk , ilio lake , the menagerie , and In
fact all the places that visitors
would cure to see. The Metropoli
tan Museum of Art , which is in tlio
park , anil Museum of .Natural History
which is just outside , are free to till. All
the carriage and equestrian drives are
nicely kept , and are the favorite after
noon rides of many of the fnshiotmblo
ladies of the city.
Iliad long ago heard ofVall street
nnd the stock exchange , and , though I
had seen the former , I never expected to
sco the latter. But , luckily for mo , I
happened to run across an eleventh
cousin by the uncommon name of Smith ,
who was kind enough to take us through
several lanro buildings , ono of which was
the stock exchange. Our visit to the bulls
and bears happened to bo on the mem
orable day 01 the 1st of April. Wo hero
saw this day commemorated as never be
fore. Ono of the bulls or bears , I can't
say which , had a placard on ids back
with the words "Kick mo hard. " This
was an invitation which tlio greater part
of the members could not resist , and
heroforo wore heartily accepting it.
After leaving this place we wont through
the buildings of the Mutual Lifo Insur
ance company , the produce exchange
and the Equitable Trust company. These
rank among the foremost buildin&rs in
New York , ono of thorn being of white
Though there is nothing much to see , it
is a pleasant trip to go across
the bay to Staten Island , on
which the Bartholdl statue of
Liberty is being erected , the pedestal of
which is now built. On the cast end of
Staten island is the old Fort Wndsworth ,
from which is obtained a comtnamliu < r
view of the harbor , and the neighboring
cities. It is a pleasant walk out to the
fort , the road all the way being along the
water. Fort Hamilton on Long Island ,
is dircctlv opposite , and Fort Lafayette is
in the middle of the narrows , , between the
other two. While speaking of islands ,
wo will say that Governor Island , the
place where General Hancock died , is
plainly seen from Castle Garden. Anoth
er place of interest which wo visited was
the Toombs. My friend happened to
know an officer , through whom wo ob
tained a permit , otherwise it would have
been difficult to have gotten admittance.
The place has art appropriate name , for
the interior has not a very lively look.
There is not much danger of the prison
ers escaping , for the walls are twelve
feet thick. There is a special corridor
used for murderers. It id called "Mur
derers' Row. " In the court between the
two parts of the prison , stands the "Black
Maria. " It differs from a patrol wagon
because the prisoners are locked in , and
cannot look out , there being no windows.
Only the worst class are put in this. In
this same court is the beam from which
the doomed prisoners meet their fate.
Another thing which is 6f interest to vis
itors is the elevated railroad. In the up
per part of the city ono line runs very
nigh above the ground ; its heighth fs
equal to that of tlio top of the six-story
buildings. Space forbids mentioning
many other points of interest. I am
anxious to got Wile to Croighton college.
AiiRosturn Bitters were prepared by Dr.
J. . II. Slegcrt for his private uso. Their
reputation Is such to-day that they have be
come generally known as the best appetising
tonic. Beware of counterfeits. Ask your
grocer or druggist for the genuine aitlclo
manufactured by Dr. J. G. B. Slcsert &
Hero is a little romance of democracy
from London Truth : 1'An M. P. had a
cook. She was an excellent servant , but
she gave warning a few days ago. Upon
being asked for the reason she explained
that now that her own lather was an
M. 1' . her family thought that she ought
not to remain in service. "
The only effect remedy for throat and
lung troubles is Red Star Cough Cure.
Germany has eight schools of forestry ,
where live years' training is required of
those who book positions under the gov
ernment , although a course of study luilf
as long may bo taken by amateurs.
A recent careful calculation shows that
England owns nearly three time as largo
an extent of colonies ns all the nwt of
Europe together. Her colonies nrooighty <
live times as big as the mother country.
Shi foeatcat Medical Triumph of tUo Agel
SYMPTOMS OF A '
Iioiiornppotlie , llow Ucoill c , 1'uVnlu
the head , > rllh a dull cntntlon In llio
bacU pnrl , J'uln unrlur tUo iUoalJer-
blade , I'ullDSiS ofler nAlloE , wllU udU.
Inclination fo exertion of liodr orinlod ,
Irrltnbllliroflumper , Ionr ilrlU , wllU
u fooling of bavlnE neglected omodutr ,
Wcuriueii , Illztlneii , fluttering at tbo
lioarl. Dot * bofurotho eycit Uendaob *
over the rlabl eye , llettUitnen , with
fltful ilrcnmt. HUblr colored Urlue , ana
> CONSTIPATION. . . ?
' Ttrrr'8 Fil/r.8 nr e p doliy adapted
to snob eatott one dosa effects eucli a
Tb T Incrtmo the AputtUe , nd cauao Iba
body to T UB ou fe-Ulto.tliui tba Mttem Is
uonrUhed , ana by tholrTonlo Action oa
TUTT'S ' EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
HeoaratM the bodmaku bealUijr tlesli ,
ttnDztbiai Uia wik. rtpalra the * r9t i of
Ui6 ijritem witb pur * blood nd hard muscle ;
cuno th * DwfOVi iTitem , tarizoratcs the
bivUc , and lmp rU ( ho rigor of manhood.
ai. BolJbr dnigeli . . .
OE it Murrmr S . . Now Vork.
IDE OLD MAN ELOQUENT ,
Gladstone's Oratory A Pen Picture of the
Oroat Liberal Leader.
The Tremendous Power of I'crsunsloii
the Key to the Whole Man.
London Correspondence of the New
York Times : But go some night when
the premier Is there ami nolo the iliilbr-
encol It is such n change as the fairy
prlnco wrought on the enchanted palace.
The benches are well tilled , nnd the mem
bers especially the now members sit
upright and with eyes wide open. The
occupants of the front opposition bench
look nervously conscious and apprehen
sive. Every speaker and particularly
if ho bo a new man evidences by his
manner , his voice , his delivery , that ho is
chielly anxious to impress Mr. Gladstone
favorably , and that ho is really speaking
to no one else. If there is a cliunqo thnt
the premier is to speak , yon will fl ml few
oungors in the lobby fewer still m the
Tlicro is an indescribable fascination
in watching the great man as ho sits
towards the outer end of the govern
ment bench listening to a debate. It may
bo that tht ? is not Ins invariable rule , but
nt least I have never happened to sco him
in the house in any other garb than evening -
ing dress with n wider expanse of shirt
front than is ordinarily worn oven hero ,
whore very much linen is the fashion.
Ho leans buck comfortably , with ono thin
lug over the oilier and with his eyes mus
ingly lixcd on the great mace on the table
belorc him , when in repose. The full
toj ) light shines on Ins long , bald crown ,
his clustering gray side locks , and _ his
stiirt front , and makes him the conspicu
ous object of every e.yo. About 10 or 11
o'clock in the evening ho always writes
hi * daily letter to I ho queen , using a pad
on his knee and a quill pen , and it is ono
of the most familiar of his curious ways
that this occupation never prevents his
hearing acutelv all that is going on. All
at once you will sco him stop writing and
screw his head to ono side like a very wise
old bird , and you may know that ho has
heard something which interests him. If
the sneaking happens to bo unusually
good no will turn and look at the orator
steadily , as if delighted at the discovery
of now'talent. When lesser lights of the
opposition and the name of these is le
gion are attacking him. ho customarily
draws his head down into his collar and
looks stonily at them ; but if the assault
bo from somebody wortli listening to ,
say Churchill or Smith , he listens more
graciously , expressing on his strikingly
mobile face as the indictment goes on all
Ins emotions amusement , interest , dis
sent t , indignation , scorn , elation. No
great actor over knew better how to .show
lorth more varied feelings in all their In
tensity on liis face. Anil then to sec him
nod his head , or slowly shako it , in . re
sponse to spmo controversial assertion I
Lord Dnrloigh's nod could not have been
more subtly eloquent.
When he rises to his feet a great hush
falls over the house. It would not bo exact -
act to say that all eyes are turned upon
him , because he is at all times the foous
of observation , butalightof interested ex
pectancy comes into every face. Ho be
gins in alow tone of voice , but there is
such absolute silence that his iirst words
nro never inaudible , and rarely indis
tinct. Ho has been making notes during
the speech he is to answer , but ho will
not refer to them once he is on his feet.
His fcrm as ho stands at the side of the
table , upon wliichxhe , lightly rests one
hand , does not suem as lall'its it really is ,
so delicately is it proportioned. I wisli
there wore words in which to convoy the
sound and libro of his voice , for until you
arc able to associate this with your imago
of the man the mental picture fails. It
is unlike any other voice , just as Saraii
Hornliardt's is ; it has in itself the power
of generating now sensations , new
thoughts in the listener's mind ; it seems
to have S9mething of primordial weirdness -
ness in its suggestions like the ocean
or the "forest primeval. " Of oratory ,
as such , there will not bo much.
Tlicro will bo nothing at ail to recall
Wendell Phillips or Webster , or to sug
gest Castolar or Gambotta. It is not oven
the eloquence of Bright or of Joseph
Cowon. There are no gestures , save
limited movements with one hand ; there
are no swelling outbursts of the voice ,
no tricks of rounded elocutionary po
riods. Ono feels only at the outset that
a great man is terribly in earnest ; then ,
as the slow , careful , logical sweep of
speech goes on one feels that this earnest
ness is contagious ono catches its spirit ,
Jiangs approvingly upon its development ,
thrills with enthusiasm at its climax of
conclusions. The great orators whom I
have named could electrify a legislative
assemblage , play upon its emotions at
will , blanch its cheeks , quicken its pulse ,
command its wildest plaudits but after
the spcccii was over the votes would bo
cast just as if it hud not been made. There
are no such physical excitements in listen
ing to Mr. Gladstone. He docs not storm
your senses lie conquers your reason ,
convinces your judzmimt.
This tremendous power of persuasion
is the key to the whole man. It accounts
for both his stron th and his weakness.
Ho is so superb , so matchless un arguer
that lie can load English sentiment around
after him wherever ho wants to go. But
lie is also so wonderful a casuist that ho
persuades oven himself out of his own
judgment sometimes , and then loader and
led alike po into the ditch. Sentiment anil
shrewdness are curiosity mingled in his
mental control. Ho may bo as cautious
as Machiavclli up to n certain point ; then
ho will be for a time as open and unsus
pecting as Lady June Gray and Uicii ivl !
at once llama forth with the passionate
fervor of a Loyola. Yet ail the time ho
will bo , in his intentions , deeply consul
ontious and sincere. Toward whatever
point of the compass his steps may really
be directed , his moral vison will bo fixeii
upon the north star of political enfranchisement
chisoment and advancement. Hence i
has happened that while the clover moi
of his party , able at least to sou that lie
was temporarily in the wrong path , hnvo
often hold aloof from him , the masses o
the English people , having supreme faitl
in his intentions , have followed blindly
through good ana evil report. And uo\\
whim Mr. Goosohon and Lord Hurting
ton fcol constrained from one point o
view to part company with him , am
Messrs. Cliumborlin and Trovylan from a
widely dltt'wont standpoint are threaten
ing to desert him , I believe that the pee
plu of England are more uultc'lfy ' ) avi"
pathy with hinj uml su " ,0ii 01 him than
tliny hnvo OVw peon before.
130 that ns it may , and the question
will soon bo put to the test , there will bo
no dissent to the proposition that the
house of commons will bo another and
dillercnt body when it drops out of it.
Since Djsrnujl loft the house Gladstone
has been a sort of horoio survival in it
the last of his race. In ollice or out of
oilico ho 1ms so monopolized attention
as to literally dwarf his associates , col
leagues and opponents aljko. There has
been nobody to gharo Attention by his
faitto , much loss to stand against him. Ho
la a veritable Gulliver among Lillipu
tians. Lone since the query became
familiar to liberals , "Who will lead
them when Gladstone dies ? " nnd the ef
forts to answer it has only served to show
the measure of Hartington's incapacity ,
side by side with Chamberlain's unfit-
ness. But a more general question
still forces itself upon a student of par
liament here , "Who will render the
housu of commons intellectually respect
able oven when Gladstone isgoneY'1 And
tlore ) seems to-bo no answer at'all to this
\ Mountain SToatt Which Can Mnko
Itself Klther White or Itlack.
Now York Jqnrnnl : A southern hunter
hus describes .n curious freak of nature.
Vo had taken to the bed of the motin-
ain stream that in1 tons of thousands of
rears had made thb mighty canyon. It
vas tilled with lingo bowlders , strewn
nut tumbled about in chaotic confusion ,
ns if a stream of rocks had done the
vork , and wafer was altogether n sec
ondary consideration. The vooka had
been polished by the rush and spray of
years , and to bound from ono to another
vithntit slipping or falling required no
ittle skill. As 1 was about to take a leap ,
ind had my gun well in hand as a help ,
ny companion seized mo , and in an ex
cited whisper told mo to look.
"A rattlesnake ? " I asked , hauling back
nnd sitting down heavily.
"Mo , " was the reply , given in such a
nanncr that I became convinced Unit ho
saw either a grizzly or a mountain lion.
'Don't ' move , " ami reaching around ho
latiled out , not a weapon , but a pocket
uicroscopo , which , with great caution , lie
npplleto a small bump on a bowlder be-
"Is that what you are breaking a man
ill up for ? " said I , as the bump became a
"fs that all ? " retorted my friend.
'Why , man , that frog , or trco toad , 1 am
jonvinced , is a now species. If I should
dcscibo it as Hyln Jone.sli , you might ,
jorhaps , think it of some importance ,
rt'liy , look at ill It's one of the most ro-
nnrknbln examples of protective rcsom-
) lance you over saw. "
A close examination of the diminutive
cause ot the excitement showed that it
ivas , indeed , wonderfully protected , and
[ had almost stepped upon the animal
that safe in its disguise had not moved.
Vt a casual glance the toail would have
jecn taken for a prominence on thp
jouldor , and now that attention was di
rected toward it , the mimicry seemed sill
the moro striking , as the animal almost
ixactly resembled the stone in color. The
utter was a spotted granite peculiar to
ho mountains here , the spots being quite
argo and pronounced and of irregular
shape , evidently deposits of dark mica ,
ho remainder 9f llio rock being white or
nearly so. This mottled surface was re-
> reduced on the toad's back as if painted ,
md even the delicate legs , with their
Hsk-tipped toes , shared the ornamenta
"I've scon green tree-toads on green
caves. " said my companion , "but this
jeats them all. It is evidently a tree-
toad adapted to a life among the bowl-
dors of this stream. Now , to show you
the perfection of this protection , I will
start it up and sec what the result will bo. "
The toad was forthwith touched with a
, wiir , and with a mighty leap landed upon
i rock that was nearly white , round and
smooth. Wo sat down upon a neighbor-
'ng bowlder and waited for the change
.hat nature was to make in the little har
lequin. In live minutes by the watch this
lad taken place. The black spots that
mil represented the mica were rapidly
lading out , the other portions also losing
their uark tint. ' Quickly the change went
on , and in ti comparatively short time the
spotted toad was of' almost the exact hue
as its new basommt as inconspicuous as
t had been bopreand ( | would , as in the
former case , htjvo J > eon passed by as n
ncrc prominence upon the rock. Another
touch , and the little crcatnrn sprang upon
mother bo\vldei'frdm which ittwns driven
Irani ono almost bl'aelc. Again the curi
ous change Was noticed , ( lark patches
coming aiiil the kin assuming the same
tint as it had while on the granite. The
spots continuedto , grow , increasing their
diameter until. at last they all fusoil to
gether and tlietoad , became almost black
iml equally as incopsuicnoiis us before.
In an attempt tb'drivo it upon an alder ib
"I have no doubt , " said the lizard
hunter , "that it would adapt itself to
changes of color equally well. How is it
done ? Well , there are different opin
ions. The method is found in a large
variety of animals , especially lizards ,
tl.ougli tishcs have it to a certain extent.
The skin ot animals contain : : pigment ,
and the cells are moro or lops under the
control of the nerves , so to speak. That
is. under certain conditions , some cells
expand , while thoae containing a pig
ment of another color contract , and thus
if pigment cells are arranged in the skin
in layers you can easily see how certain
changes take place. You must bear in
mimC however , that these changes are
intuitive on the part of the animal ; it
cannot help it. It does not deliberately
hop onto a white stone when black and
contort itself in any way to produce a
change , yet the oyu is really the medium ,
and the secret is , according ; to _ mv ideas
and they are not mine exclusively thnt
the cells are extremely sensitive to Varia
tions of color. "
The Root of the Evil.
To thoroughly cure scrofula it is nec
essary to strike directly at the root of the
evil. This is exactly what Hood's Sarsaparilla -
parilla does , by acting upon the blood ,
thoroughly cleansing it of all impurities ,
and leaving not oven a taint of scrofula
in the vitaHluid. Thousands who have
boon cured of scrofula by Hoods Sarsaparilla -
rilla , testify to its wonderful blood-purify
ing qualities. Sold by all druggists.
Do Not Prot.
Good Housekeeping : ' "Every ono of
these doors creaks so horribly that it al
most sets mo wild , " exclaimed a thv.d
housekeeper who was trying to rest a lit
tle after the labors of a wearisome day.
Now this was not the first , perhaps it was
the twentieth time , she had made the
same , or a similar remark , about the
creaking of the doors , when with the aid
of a bottle of oil and u feather she might
have made them swing noislessly anil
saved herself all the annoyance she had
It is a great deal easier to make suggcs
ions than to follow them , but it seems tome
mo thattho "goldou rulo" f.or housekeep
ers might bo this : "If anything goes
wrong for which there is absolutely no
remedy do not fret , but ruaka the best of
I bolioyo that often it is not the work
that makes us feel so thoroughly weary
at the end of the wuok ns worrying over
it , I romombor/pf 'fretting a good deal
over some Thanksgiving pies , complain
ing that I nlwnw spoiled them by puttin
in too much ot , ono/ thing or another ,
when piy sistoi ) ' quietly remarked that
perhaps I put/too 'much anxiety into
thorn. I saw the point , and resolved
henceforth to do Uiji host I could witji my
cooking and to wqr'fry less over results
Of course I had nftfrrward butter sucpySS
and fur more peace of m'nul ,
Theninrodav , oxjorionco of
every \ housekeeper wnon everything
seems determined , tb go wrong , and a
porfeot iivnhuich.a of litllo troubles and
perplexities segm ito overwhelm ono.
Then indeed is she that ruletli her spirit
"butter than ho'tliiU'tiikoth ' a city , "
But How often nt Iho close of such a day
have wo looked back and soun Hint all
cnmo right at last in spite of our forebod
ings , and wo have wished so much that
wo could have been self-controlled and
Bwcet-tomporctl through it all. It is so
natural to magnify little troubles instead
of remembering that they are not worth
fretting about. If at breakfast tlio biscuits -
cuits nro a llttlo too yellow and the steak
n trillo overdone , in almost every case no
one will bo troubled about it if you are
not.If the coffee is not just exactly right no
one will notice it unless you callattontion
to it by some disparaging remark. Es
pecially should wo guard against a habit
of fretting because of tlio discomfort it
causes those about us , and the bad influ
ence it has upon them , It the housekeeper
frets the children do the sumo , and the
servants also , for nothing is moro con
tagious , and wo have anything but a
happy household. However badly things I
may po nothing is gained by worrying
over them , and If wo cannot bo always
iright and cheerful wo can at least endure -
duro naticntly till the storrrt passes over
and the sunshine returns , ns it surely
will in duo tirno.
OUT FOll A3 * AIRING.
Omnha Humanity Takes Advantage
or a Pleasant Afternoon.
Sunday was n bright , beautiful Ne
braska spring day neither lee cold nor
.oo ' warm. As a natural consequence , n
argo portion of Omaha humanity took
occasion to air itself. Sixteenth street , the
boulevard of Omaha , was thronged in
the afternoon with nil manner of vehicles
[ roni the two wheeler dog cart to the
liaroucho or olcgant "family carriage"
the occupants of all bent on cnjoving a
good time. Some of the Hoot roadsters of
Ihc city handled by their respective owners
were out for a spin , though the crowded
condition of the thoroughfare oven as far
out as the fort , precluded nny great
speeding. Far into the evening the driv
ing continued , and it was well on to
wards midnight when the last rig turned
The Athletic park on Sixteenth street
was well patronized too. In the after
noon several of the members of the Union
Pacific team were driven out. there , nnd
indulged in a little practice play-
Ing. They wore joined in the
sport by local amateurs. There
wrro hardly enough players present to
afford two good nines , ami the boys were
obliged to content themselves with
knocking "flics , " base throwing , etc.
Several long "Hies" were batted during
ho afternoon , notably by Handle , who
several times sent the sphere whirling
within a few inches of tlio north fence.
In the northwest corner of the park
several members of the Omaha Gun club
wore engaged in practice rifle shooting.
A new-stylo trap , to operated as to throw
tip into the nir pasteboard discs.in rapid
occasion , furnished opportunity for soy-
oral of the crack shots to display their
skill ntofl'-hand shooting. Some good
shots wcro made during the half-hour erse
so of practice , and the men re
turned from the field well pleased with
their afternoon's sport.
A Jlcotlnjj of Ministers.
Ill accordance with the call issued by
Bishop Worthington , a meeting of the
ministers of the city was hold at 10 o'clock
yesterday in the Episcopal rooms in
the 1'axton building. The object of the
gathering was to discuss ways and means
to secure a moro general observance of
the Sabbath in this city. Among those
present were Ilov. 'llarsha of the First
Presbyterian , Hall of the Southwest Pros-
bvteriau , Fowler of the 'South M E. ,
Savidgo of the Seward street M. E. ,
MoKaig of the First M. E. , Scott of the
St. Marv's " avenue Congregational , Copeland -
land of "Unity church , Sliorill of the First
Congregational , Ingram of the Christian
church , Pelton of the Second Congrega
tional , Bishop Worthington and Canon ?
Patterson and Pierson of the Episcopal
parishes , and Messrs. _ Joplin , Gassman ,
kruegcr and Landrick.
An association for securing a uniform
observance of the Sabbath was formed ,
with Bishop Worthington , president ; Rev.
A. F. Shcrill , vice president , and Uov.
W. J. Har.sha , secretary. The associa
tion will at ouco enter upon a crusade for
Sunday observance , though it is not
ready as yet to announce its plans.
An Old PliT I ' ! n BATH Drlnlc Vonr
To THE EDITon : In several of your ro-
ceut Issues , I have observed the articles
or n whiskey concern In Baltimore. Md. ,
W licli , whllo written from an Interested
motive , coutulu some very sensible state
ments , ejpeclnlly their remarks about no-
callcd blttors , couph syrups , cod liver oil ,
etc. Now , whllo Jlo not ngree with thorn
In some of Ilielr c Via inn , still , us to the throe
mixtures nbovii montlonad , no truer w ords
could have been spoken. Every day In
my practice I come across people whose
nmlmllesnre tnicenblo direct to these nox
ious compounds. Tnko , for Instance , the
widely ndveitUod "bitters" of to-day.
In nine cases out of ton , they consist of SO
percent , ( tlio amount the government al
lows ) ot whut Is culled "commercial alco
hol , " thnt Is , an alcohol of the viltst and
most poisonous gruile. The remaining In
gredients consist ot various foreign sub-
Etnuccs ns flavoring extracts. These decoc
tions ara consnnwl principally by tlio con
sumptive , the debilitated , tlie convalescent
and others of wenlc stomachs. Now , whllo
alcohol , especially In the form of whis
key , is the beat known stimulant , and
is prescribed dnily by the profession
everywhere , and while whiskey nnd
glycerine is the best thins for coughs ,
I con't conceive why people will Insist
upon tnkluR this nlcohol In the form of a
decoction or n nostrum. It would bo far
better if they would take It "strniaht , " no
In that form , as the articles state. It passes
Into the blood vessels direct , without ell-
Kestlvo etrort on th part of the inch ,
nnd affords mnro nntriment thnn nny
other known substance. If the concern In
Bnltimore hnvo discovered n men us of ells-
tilling nn nrtlcln of tlio kind they claim ,
that Is , whiskey , absolutely pure nnd free
from fusel oil ( which I very much doubt ) ,
they have solved one of the urentoet scien
tific problems of the 10th centurj" , nomo-
thlnR thnt has been the source of moro , In
vestigation nmoiiff scientists and chemists
dnrlng the Inst half century than nny
other one nrtlolo known to the pharnmco-
oaln , and tbo fortunate discoverers will
hnvo In it a greater monopoly than the
harfio qnlnltio operators hurt a few years
nee , which latter monopoly Is now jrrnnn-
ftlly Tallinn , throuch the grent Inrondn
whlakoy in mafclOff on it Jn the cure of
( Reewdlnn the doobt oxprnv iwl \ > f tlis eral-
nent doctor us to wbetUrr Duffi' " ; jmw malt
whiskey la alttolntalr tree from fw jl oil , n
olnlmcd bOie rropristor ! " , v wpojd Bay to
our readow that Hw compxpy eutraitp thPti
artloletosinolysUbv WY Inlffllltont ehe--
orphys'olan. n 'l It has eireaiTy been anw :
by the most * mtnent'ehflT > t'tiw lua country ,
uoU M Mott. Mtnxe. Ar ndt. dp ,
In making the assertion tha Pozaoni's '
medicated complexion powder is entire
ly free from injurious or deadly poisons ,
wo do it upon tlio authority of a thorough
chemical analysis , It is ono of the old.
estfaco powders in the American man
kot , ami is used in the families of some
ofoiir most prominent modioal m en who
have purRoimUy acknowledged to the
proprietor that they not only consider it
harmless , but esteemed it highly banufi-
ciaj in every rosnuot , not only for the use
of ladies and ghildron but for thu 'lord of
creation * himself. Sold by druggist * } .
How to Wliorio Allpott0f |
w.Tr XQi-kTIinos : "You seem to bo
hungry to-niglit , old man , " said a gentle
mall to friend who was seated in
Dohnonico'rt before a dinner that nearly
comprised llio bill of faro.
" 1 am ; ravenous. "
" 1 wish I could cat n dinner like thai , '
wont on the ! ir t speaker , enviously ,
"What do you take , cocktails ? "
"No ; butter appetizer than cocktails.1
"Well , what is it ? '
"I've been out with my wife to a r
o'clock tea , Hero , waiter , moro bread
and bo quick about it. "
At Darien , Conn , , the olhor day , one
Martin MoLaughlin , who was stealing a
ride , was ordered to jump oil' by a brake
man. Ho did fco , and striking against a
rock bounced baok under the moving
wheels and w s cut in two.
The theory that the Indians are dc
creasing in number is not sustained by In
formation from Sitting Bull's ' people
During the month of February , among
those enrolled at Standing Kook , Dak. ,
there were seventeen deaths and twenty-
Marvelous and magical nrp the effect/ /
of St. Jacobs Oil on rheumatism tun
The First of the Bonson.
The snake story season begins early
this year. Horace Dodd , of Millviow ,
Vn. , killed a six-foot moccasin snake last
week that had a wire collar around its
neck , to which was attached n button with
thcso words : "Don't tread on mol" As
this was the motto of the famous revolu
tionary "Culppppcr Minute Men , " nnd as
the button was probably from ono of
their uniforms , the question arises as to
the probable ago of lids particular sor-
A sure euro for Hllml. Hloctlln < ? , Itchln
and Ulccrntvd 1'llcs has been dlscovcretl by
Mr. Williams ( an Indian remedy ) , called Dr
Williams' Indian I'llo Ointment. A single
box 1ms cured the worst clironio rasooC 25 or
SO years standing. No ono need stifTer llvo
minutes nttur npiilylni ? this wonderful sooth
ins nutllclno. Lotions and InstrumrntM demote
mote harm tlmn pond. Willlnnis' Indian
Pile Olntmont absorbs the tumors , nll.tys tlio
Intense Itchlnc , ( partlculnrly nt nlcht after
ccttlnsarni In bed ) , acts as n poultice , civos
instant relief , nnd Is prciaied only for I'lloj ,
Itchln ? of iirlvftto i > nrts. and for nothing else.
SKIN DISKAHKS CUIMI2O.
Dr. Kra/.ior's Jfaclc Ointment euros us by
mixtjic , Pimples , Ulnck Heads or Grub. " ,
Ulolches ami Kritptloiis 'on the face , leaving
the SKln clear and uoautlf ul. Also euros Itch ,
Salt itl'otun , Sere Xlinilos , Sere Lips , mut
Old OlHtlnnto Ulcers.
Sold by diuggUts , or mailed on receipt ot
Hetnlled by Kuhn & Co. , nnd Schroder *
Conrad. At wholesale ) bv C. K. ( ioodman.
Nebraska national Bank
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
? airt up Capital $350,000
SuplusMfiy 1 , 1885 25,000
II. W. YATT.S , President.
A. E. TOUZAI.IN , Vice President
W. H. S. HUGHKS , Cashier.
W. V. Moion , tIIIEC'101JOHN S. COLLINS ,
H. W. YATUS , LEWIS S. UBRU ,
A. K. TOUZALIN ,
THE IB ON BANK.
Cor. 12th itnd Fnrnnm Streets.
General ItanMnit Uusliuu ) Tmiu.utsl.
Ami < .llipr * milTcrlnit from
nervcna ilclillltjr , mhnu > llna
clironlo Utoeugs , pit ntnturo
tleclInn of jounir or old nro
't ' gUlTCly cuittl by Dr.
llnrrxi'ft famous Klcttio *
v Blnenrlla licit. Tliouiuiuli
In CTO-T t/MsStit In thn union line lirrn enrol.
lilcolrllfVj < 'S' ) tlinllyrflt > 1'Kli'iilwlanil fold 10
ji'ais.Vlinlo fnmli iy can wear puno belt. I.lcctrlc
sunncHfturlt'ffrro Him in llo hill * . Avotil tvunhle slm >
It.-ufoin Aim lingua companion. Electric Tru o for
ntinluro. 700 cured ln'83. wcnrt Mump for pnmiililrt.
DR. W. J. HORNE. INVENTOR. 101 WflBASH AY. . CHICAGO.
"CHICKESTER'S ENGLISH. "
The Original mid Only Weiinlnc.
P fr ind lw j ! lti-lliM . ncirin ot norlhlr n ImlutloDl.
lodlirtimtle to LA PIES. A k your UfUBilit fur
* C'hlchcotcr' rntll ; li ud Uk no otheror lutloie .
riunil'H ) to 114 for rartlcutin fit Ittttr tiy return raulU
NAME PAPEfl. CMehCTtcr Chtmlral Co. ,
aSl ifAInJI.un Hanaro. Phlla.lu. , i'fe
* old by I > HIBR | | A everywhere. Art for Clilchc *
tcr'i KutlUli" 1'cnnjrojul I'lllt. T te no otter.
P CTHS !
6PSPI K '
tnrxtlEitictmla tf .
Otolt wwtld , cum Pjep-pn * . Diirthwt. l > itr nl > " . nl
finufder * of lh IHUTO OrcJM A fr dro | > tinrart a diln.i ui CIT
tn f el * * * * > f chunpitt , * 4 ( o Ul tUciTtr drnxi Tir ' '
tr ir cf OHinutf.iu / h your n r cr < "p.-ti t fet Ui 5vkU
rua , ianmrrturtdbr MUj 0. II. t. ftERTibOyS.
j. 17. urrz KAvu , cc-3 AC : : : ; ? ,
61 jutoj/ > : ; vr , .x IT.
This Invnlunblo specific readily nnd perma
nently euros nil kinds of Asthma. Tlio most
obstinate nnd loiw stnndintr cnsus yield prompt-
y to 1U wonderful curlnti properties. It U
mown throughout the world for Its unrlvalo J
J. L. OALDWELL , city ot Lincoln , Nob. , writes ,
Jan. 2J , 1681 : Slnco uslnir Dr. Hair's Asthma
Cure , for moro than ono year , my wife has boon
entirely well , nnd not oven n symptom of the
dlBcnso has nppcarod.
WILLIAM UE.VNETT , niehlnnd , Town , writes.
Nov.Jld , 1R83 : I liavo boon nllllctod with Hey
Fovcr nnd Apthmn since ISM ) . I followed your
directions nnd ntn hnppy to say that I never
slept bolter In my life. I am glnd thnt I um
nmoiiK the ninny who can sponk BO favorably of
AvnlutibloOlp.ioro treatise containingslmllai
proof from every state In the U. 8. , Canada and
Great Drltain. will bo mailed upon application
Any druggist not bavins It In stock will pro-
Cure without modi-
A POSITIVE cine. 1'ntontol Octo
Ono box will euro
the most obllnnto cnso In four days or loss.
No nnuEoous doses ot cubebs , copaiba or oil of
fandnlw'ood thnt nro certain to produce dyspep
sia by ( jpstrovlnir the contlmr * of tlio stomach ,
1'i-lco 31.50. Bold by nil driiffiflsts or mailed on
receipt of prleo. I'fie further particulars sent
forcirculnr. 1 > .0. HorlSU. fTTDD (
ST. c. - TJIJN - co. , IjlJ Kr ,
KJ John ! . , Now York.
Railway Time Table.
Tno following Is the time of arrival and depart -
part tire or trains bjr Central Btnndsrd tlmo at
tlio local depots. Trains of tbo U , St. V ; M. &
O. nrrlvo nnd depart from Uiclr depot , corner
ot 14th nnd WobiUor straots ; tralmon the I ) . He
M. , C. , B. & Q. nnd 1C. 0. , St. J. & C. n. from the
I ) . & JI. depot : nil others from the Union I'acltla
IlrldKOtrnlns Will lonvs I' ' . 1 * . depot at fl5 :
nT:3a8UO8ilo8:6UJQ:0011W : : : ; a. pa. . U
l:00 : la-l:60-S:00-a:09-II ; : : : 4 ; < M-5W : & ; JO
0:10 : 7:00 : 11:10 : p. m.
Loayo tramfur for Omaha at 7:12-11 : 8:15-0qq : :
-tinsi-'i ioXi-ian7-iiin : , . : m.'i:3r-2ii- : : :
Arrival nnJ iiomtrttiro of trains from the
trnnsfcrdonot at Council lilulta :
CIIICAOO , HOCK ISt.ANLi t I'ACinf.
n TJJS A. M I JJ , ° , ! 1'a
iini5A. : i /JS'S1'M / ' ?
C : lUr. M I J7:00 ? : i' . M
cnicAao k KOHTHWKSTKIIN.
n 0:15 : A. M I ' fl:15 : A.M
00l'i' : ' . M I 117:00 : p. M
CHICAGO , imilMNOTO.N i ( JUINOV.
A I.0.1 ) A. M ' i Ai'liA. '
H Oslo f , M I ; itwui' '
i - A"YCO : I- , M
CIUOACIO , MIM7AUKR2 ft ST. VAlir , .
n nir ; > A. M u U15 ; A
0 0:101' : . M I HTlOJi' , M
KANSAScrrr. ST. JOB t COUNCIL iuurr .
0 8:631' : ! M .1 A 6:10 : I' ! M
\VABASH , BT , I.tlUlS Si PACiriO.
A (1:00 ( : r. > i I A 0:3) : f. M
SIOUY ClIX * PACIFIC.
A 7:01 : A. M I A 0M : A. M
A 0:25 : 1' . M j A HM : r. u
A.M. TlSlOX l'"iCII''IS ' A. .M. I I' , tl.
b:3ja : . . . .I'AcllloKJiiuoss ,
. . . .Dnnvor
O. i : IlUl' . VA1.LUY.
. . .Mail nnil EMintss. . . liltA
H. & M. IN S13II.
610n ; . , .Miillnnd Kvpioss. . . . 0:10ft :
. . NlMlll Kjtll38 | . . . . lUMOn
SOUTTlWAHI ) . Arrive
"A".M. I-TM.jMfbsouni VAoirm A.M. r. M.
' , . .fti i ui t. i'iuaan t *
R.ST.J. * c. 11.
D:0n : H:15b : | . . . 1'lattstnouth. . . 7fAl 7:10 :
Depoit. NOHTHWAlta Arrlva
A. M. r. M.
Biaoa1 . .Biou * city
I Ciil'KJOakland AfCommoU'u lUOOa :
A.M. i r. M. | 0. , li. Ay. i A.JI. 111. u.
V 2U ! 0:00 : ! , . . , YlttI'Mtt6iniiU 1 U : 0 I ? 19
Will leave U. I' , depot. Omuha , ut 00--8J5- | :
10 : < 5TlOMa. rn.i aua-JW-5:25p. : : ro.
licavoStoclc Vnrdi for Omnhu at 7W : IOJJ : .
' lS:01-IJ9- : :105:07:20o.Jn. : : : .
Norc A trains daily ; I ) , dally except Sunday I
n dally except Baturdtyi U , d&lly .oic pt Moa-
. S. L. Jii > .
If roar liter li out of enter , then font whole * y *
t m lid emnRKl , The Mood li Impure ) tli brciilh of-
fcnslvp ) yon Imo htndnche , f * l Uncnild , attplrlted
* nd norroui. To rrorcnt a inor lerlous condition ,
tiiVe t once , S. Ic tl ,
If jou l ad a edflntnry life or tattf r with Kidney fc
fectlons , avoid stimulants and tnVo 3. 1 * It Sure to
"If you hnvo enten nnytlilng tinrd of digestion , or f ol
henry utter meals or ftlooplM * . nt nletit , laid S. U1U
and you will fcol relieved nnit sleep plcnumtly.
If you nro ml < cntbt uffered with constipation ,
dr pcpslnnndblllounw , ( cck relict atonca InS. I *
II. U does not requlro continual dosing and costs but
a trifle. It will cure you.
If you wnko up In llio mornlrut with n bitter , bitd
tflsto In jronrtnouth.tnkoS.Ii.il. It corrects the bil
ious stomach , tweotons the breath and cleanses the
Simmon * t.tver Regulator Is clTPn with safety nnd
the happiest result * to the most dcllcnto Infunt. For
nil dlscn o In which Inxntlro , nltcrntlro or | nirpi
tire Is needed It will giro the nm t perfect MtUfic-
tlon. HI * the Dhcni'OM , pure l ntiil best.
Milwaukee & St. . Pal
and Best Houte
From 1 Omaha to tlie East.
TWOTUAlNSDAlliY IIUTWRUN UMA1IAAND
CliionKO , Jllimunpolls. Mlhvmikco ,
St. I'nul , Cixlnr UiipUi Dm jnport ,
Clinton. Dnbuciuo , Itockford ,
UoeU tsianui I'Yeoiwvt , Jmxwlllo ,
ElKln , Mmll'on , La Crease ,
llolDlt , Winonix
AnJiUI other Impoituut ( toliita East , NortUoii
Ticket onico nt HOI Fnritnm stioot , ( In 1'rtxton
Hotel ) , nnd nt Union 1'nclllo loiot. |
I'ullnmn Sluopura tutil tlm Flno.st niiilng Cara
In tliu WorUl mo run on thn main lines ot tlm
diiCAanMti.wAUKin&tir. : 1'Aiii , UAiuvAV.nuJ
every itttuntlon Is paid to imssoneora by ooutto-
oils employes of tliocnmpiuty.
U. MII.I.KH , acnoriil Miiitniror. . . .
J. K. TtrcitKit. Asslstiuit Oouornl Mannijor.
A.V. n. CAiii'iiNicit , aoiicnit I'nasousor aal
OKO. if IlEA'FOuo , Aaslstnul Ooaorull'iisaoa
Cnrrylnff the Dclfflura Itoyul mid United States
Mull,8ulllnff ovcry Snturday
TO THE RHINE , GERMANY , ITALY , HOLLAND -
LAND AND FRANCE.
Solon from tOO to $100. Excursion trip from
fill ) to $180. Second Cabin , outwnnl , $13 ;
piopnld , M5 ; oxruralun. J'.K ) . Stcorniro pnssiiffo
nt low rules. 1'olor WrlRht & Sous , ( Jonoral
Agcntx , 55 llrondwiiy. Now York.
omnlm , Nubruslm , i'rimlt G. Mooros , W. , St , li
& V. ticket ngont.
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPE WRITERS ,
Law Reporters nnd Copyists ,
State fonts for Kcbiusku.
Typo-writer supplies nnd pnpor Uopt In Block.
Komi for catalogue.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK Buu.mMi , OMAHA.
A DIUBCT LINE FOB
England , France & Germany. .
Tlio steamships of this well known line uro
bulltof lion , In wntor-tlsht compartments , ana. ,
uro furnished with every requlilio to make , 'jo
] iupsiitro both gafo nnd utrrocnblo. They carry
the United HtnloH and European mallsand lonvo
Now York Thursdays nnd Saturdays for Plv.
mouth. ( LONDONt.Oliorbouir.d'AKIa . and HAM-
UuturnlnpT , the steamers leave nnmburpc on
Wednesday nnd Sundays , via. Iluvro , taking
im < Kengors at Southampton and London.
Flrot cabin $5U , UJ nnd 576 ; Stoorngo fcSfc
Railroad tickets Irom Plymouth to Urlstol , COr-
illir. London , or to nny place In the South of
EiiKlnnd , l''HKK. ' BtooiiiKO from Kuropo only
General rns3cnger Agents ,
01 Broadway , Now York ; Washington and La
BalloEts. Chicago. 111.
DBEXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors to J. O. Jacobs , )
At the old stand , 1407 Fnrnum St. Orders by
telegraph solicited and promptly uttoiiJoJ to.
MHO II UNACO MISTED WITH THE OCOQIUPHV OF THIS
COUNTRY WILL 0CE D ? EXAMINING THIS MAP THAT THB
GHIOIiGO.nOGX . ISL&HD a PACIFIC RAILWAY
_ _ . _ _ . tf ItiitUhatrnftlo
tietwnen clllsi ot Ilia Allitntlo nnd I'vclno Coaiji. It
I Htto the faroilte anil bottt toutv to and from Point *
Ctit , Horthotnl nJ Southcant , nrt corr > vt > ndliin
| iolnt w tt , MoitUwoit and BoutliweK.
The Croat Rock Island Route
Otinrantees ll patroni ttiat rent * of p reonftl teen.
ty a i-olld ,
' - -
.n. ulncr [ ) cl ltlci ft
' all connecting tiolnlf In
Union' lit l ! > ot > . and the nniiirp > u d cuuiu.rU aad
f It * ra enifer Ei
. , , . - ,
hlerpriiof tlie aluit ilrilgn , and iunipti > m LilnlnK
Car * . In wlilch cUI > urately reeked Inrali MB Itdviirvl
i.iK-n. UrtwutnUhleairu nnd Knnt K.1lri
ure ulio run tlio Celebrated necllDlnu L'lmlr C r .
The Famous Albert Loa Rotlto
iBtliDdlrnct and farorlU Una bttncrn ChlcKfeana
Mlnni | .i.ll unUSt. 1'aul , wluru L < jnnuctlon we mad
In Union ) e poll fur all polot In tlio IrrntoilM and
Iirlllib I'rovlncei. Our thla rcuta Fait KipitM
Iralni are run to the wat < * rlntr placet. Bmntuor ce *
orti , pIcluret'itK loenlttliri , on ] Iinntlnir and llthlna
Kromuuof low n ami Jllnnocjln. It l > Jliu tue moil
jp | > lrabl routa to tlia HciiHlieat llrlJi anil paitorai
lndv of InUrlor | > nknt\ .
Bllll mother blWIOT MSH. tla SfnMa and KiB.
ktk < i > , um bxn cprnol bctwnrn CliKlnnntl , Indian.
aiolll r.liil Larartlln. ami CouiKll Illulfr , KiniaiUtr.
mui-aioln | and Ht. Paul and liitermodUtu polnti.
For c olalU.I Inforniatliin tn ilap > and Koldin ,
obttlnthle , ai < trll ai ticket ) , at all principal Ylckri
Onicn In lli Vultod Btatm aji < i Canada ! ur if ad-
R. R , CABLE K. ST. JOHN ,
rt'p. A viciltacf youth ,
ul Iruprndcnca cnuilor
I'reuiatiiro Ueciy , N i >
liaad. La. latlii ; trlcl lu vilnartrr kue'wu i eroeil /
> n dlirorcttd i ilmpl * ifilf .riiit.wulch he will niift
rllRlfto lit * felow ] > fuffercrt. AdaMM.
t. u , IIKEIB : , i ) uu > tb&iatttt. * Vork Cltr.
out In the vroild Rtncrotlo
_ i > c nllauoui t'ltctrlt ttaanttft
S avrrnil. BcleiUHlc.l'oawful. boiabl * .
-omtortiUe and Uaetllr * . A Told fraud * .
frrn.oao cured. 8indt > Uimirorpani > hlet <
_ AIAI ) EI.COT)1IO lU'LTH t'UII iAB'a
Di. V'jRHE. i . 191 WABSJH Avt. CHICACD.
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