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THE 01MAffA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER IS. 1SS6 ,
4T WAS A GRAND SUCCESS ,
The Slate Pair Closes With Evp.rybo3y
Eappy and Pleawd.
-AT LEAST 20,000 CLEARED
Politician * All Primed ftir ttif Lancas
ter I'rlinnrh's \ \ ork of iho Orook i
; I'ollcc IIiiKinosf. Other
TRE r.cn'p i.ivoot.1 ? nnuKur.l
The lust day of the fair is tuwtHl and gone
and tin- show ii n thine of the pant. On
nlcht the management nn-
l tlmt the receipts wore creal enough
to meet nil expenses nud consequently the
receipts of TliurMlny nn < l Friday nro tlic not
tirnllts of tlio nqvfciatlon for tlie year. When
It Is cotiMilrri'tl that 30,000 people attended
the fair I'liursdny ' and ns many ns 'JO.OOO
j-c'ilpida- } will IIP seen that the state board
will In nil probability have n w-t cgs of some
fuOXK ( ) to co upon Tor the conilnc year. The
last tiny wns t lie best of nil the darn of the
week In \\pnthur point of view , anil If the
lone settled full weather hnd taken the place
of the changeable days nnd frequent showers
" of the week , the net proceeds could not have
been other thnn enormous. Yesterday , ns is
the usual C.UP , there was n i > erc-eptiblo falling
off in the attendance nnd yet there were all on
the grounds that could be comfortably accom
modated , nnd during the last nnd best races
of the fnlr the crrtnd stand was rrowded toils
utmost The accommodations , both in trans
porting and carini ; for ttie thousands of visitors -
itors , both at the grounds nnd In the city , has
been b'jttt-r this j ear than ever before in the
hlbtory of the society. Consequently there
Is the best of feelinc. as the ( Treat show breaks
up and the suite board are entitled to the
privilege of helf congratulations over the aus-
pieious ending of their twentieth nunual ex
A MAOKiriCEXT M1OWISO
was the grand parade of all the stocl : on the
Krounds that was held at 10 a. in. yesterday.
The Ions line ot thoroughbreds were headed
bv the oniulat band on the pounds , nnd never
before in KcbrnsUn has there been Mich nn
nircrepUInn oi valnablo horses and cattle ns
the Inns line exhibited. It was ttie delicht
ot every biwiicr nnd Ktock man on the
prounds nnd a tiUlng close to the week's ex
The follow Inu Is the result of the races at
the last dnv of the state iulr :
TrottlngVace , lor horses that have beaten
2:2S , mil-be 3.m
SulISlllllO 1 1 1
William K 2 8 ! l
Time 2 : : , 2:30 : , 2s. : :
Trotting rnce , ftee-loi-all , purse SSOO , § 203
ndded by the society.
.Joe Dnvis 1 1 2 1
Kpinilln 2 212
JScho Uliidt distanced
Time 2:2'J&.2:219i.2:23i : : : , 2:2i
llnnnlnc race , two mile dash , jiurse ? 2T > 0
entries : Emma 11 , , Belle K. and Ulaclc Tom.
liell 1C. was the winner. Time 3:45. :
Dan 1) . was paced a mile heat to beat his
recoid of 2H Vi of tlie day betore. The
tine ! ; \vtis a little hard nndiiu made a mile iu
The free-for-all trot. In which Joe Davis
made the ht-coud heat in 2:21 : 4' , records the
Pest time ever mnde on the state lair
prounds , and It was n very enthusiastic auui-
elico Hint 'iijijtd the races of the day.
nn : wr.nr.u WAOON Tiin I-III.JIITJM.
The decision of the Judges in Riving the
llrst , premium to the Weber wagon is a en-at
victory fur that wagon , ns there was great
competition union ; ; the wagon exhibitors , nil
of tlie lending manufacturers In thy country
being represented in the contest. Tlie
"Weber has been before the country for over
forty voars , and has stood the test so nobly
that everybody Is satisfied to have it head the
li.st. In their factories machinery , practical
woikuien and material embody every requisite
foi thu manufacture of wacoiis , und their
facilities are extensive and complete , nnd
uie second to none In the world. Their
material consists of the best varieties ot In
diana oak , hickory and asn , nnd will prove
by inspection to bo the t > est selected , as hir o
in amount and moot thoroughly seasoned
Block In the country. The iron , steel , paints ,
etc. , are also the bust tlmt are made.
TOIJTICS AJ I ) THE I'llIMAKIKS
nre nttractim ; the attention among the repub
licans in thecity these days , and theollorts
nre all in use necessary to bring about results
satisfactory to everr candidate. However ,
buniu will bo chosen nnd others will be left ,
and it Is those who fear falling in the latter
class who ure doing the great struggling at
the present time. It looks now as though
the hard struggles would fall in thu First
ward , which all the other wards are looking
to with a view to using It for their own uses
In addition to their own territory. The truce
entered upon in the Third ward still holds ,
although there Is a restless spirit brooding
over it that seems to think that the truce is
being used for the interests of Mr. llny-
imuul , and tlmt of the tureo he Is to bo theme
< mo who will eventually buve tlie ward at his
behest If it is necessary to secure his nomina
tion , but great flumees are liable to develop
in tlie next twenty-four hours nud tlie best
Inlet pinna may befustrated and the light bean
an open Held with no favors. The city pri
maries nre held from 2 to 7 p. m. , and the
long hours will irive ample opportunities to
rubli In a heavy vote and make the contest of
decided Interest The state and congres
sional affairs are practically lo.st sight of In
The efforts of legislative candidates to got to
srrrtKJiB cornT mocnrjnrs'nB.
At thn Thursday session of ttie supreme
court tlie following was transacted : John
IJ. Hawlor , nf Dodge count ) , was admitted
tfi practice. . Thfl following cases were argued
nnd submitted : State ex rel Crawford vs
Graham , on motion ; I'eel vs Ilolllster , mo
tion to retard wits ; Bridges vs Bldwell ;
Cheeitoy vs Woodruff ; Hunter vs llotulling ;
Choeney T Jnusspn.
At the .Friday session ol tlie court two
cases were argued and submitted.
AMT.K Tire HVLMI'LK KOOMS.
The burglars around town have been put
ting In their time the la t few nighta workIng -
Ing at sample rooms In town where traveling
sitlesmcn huve Uwtir wares Bprcnd tills week
lor the nbscrrtttion of country customers.
YehUtrilay morning about 1 o'clock the
three Jolly drummers , who have been staying
nights in their sample room in the former
made palace room , vrnro awakened by a noise
at tlie rear door. A hasty observation taken
nl m wed that two chaps were there , armed
n 1th n section of gas pipe which they were
using as a pry when they were discovered.
They took to their heels and the boys atter
them , robed in the garment nf nature ana
one piece o : ' wearing apparel that seldom
leaves a man. The chasu was maintained ns
far as the Commercial block , when the
thieves , liaving a tooU start , effected their
escape. It was an olcgant race however ,
une ot the best of the fair.
Wednesday night a sample room In the
Jones block was raided and .Mr. Perching ,
the commercial traveler in charge , reported
yesterday that several complete suits had
been taken , as well ns n number of jackets ,
tmlrts , and minor articles. Tim police have
n description of the stolen iroods and will
use duo diligence in recovering them , witli
the thieves , if possible. A large lot of cutlery
was also taken thu same night from a sample
room on Twelfth street.
THE man TIDE UKAcirr.D.
Tno high tide in work nt the police court
for tlie wt-ek ot the lair svas reached vester-
day when forty-hlac specimens of intoxica
tion , lighters and other offenders found lode-
mi-lit in jail , and wl-en trial was called iu
the moraine the scuio was a busy one ,
Twentv-four cases ot lutoxicatiou were
lienrd aud the usual tines imposed. These
were not all residents of Lincoln , but in
cluded visitors to the city as well , who had
pnnu wrong and been cauirlit in the meshes
of the law. J , S. Isreel , of David City , was
one of these parties nud he informed tht
court that he could t esrnpn home and raise
the funds. Jim Robertson Had couie uj
from Woodlawn and ho rrus"d the funds t (
> capo by finding h s employer , while t
farmer from Cass conut > , named Allison ,
after ho was lined wi'nt oat and found t
frlund to supply him with the wberewitl
to itscajvj justice. Tufa party was a good
deauurpmul 10 find tict he only had an
umpty pocket-book wbon arrt-stud , anil
svempd t * t-ypect that his numey would cllnc
to him. W. A. Myrcb mid L. A , Spanks
vere two panles. evidently visitors to tin
tuy. uho were able to lav tnolr o\va x
l-t-ns-u tor tic fun of iiie In J 1L Th
c i'rt . 'isu hart tot ilibpositnu ii number ol
c u > - r cnc : , f\ow \ ciianieww who wer <
Jwfcj 1 imru itratu-r trial , .ma during the
lllgl-t n I'M tl Hill ITS ftpa OUCCd bl
Irouhip with a number of th > dl ve < that Lottie
Lnnib , Lottie Height , Koia lx > c , Josle Smitlu
and une or two others , a mixture ot black
nnd white protittitM , were locked np nud
given a liearliiK yesterday.
Other parties were in court for being In a
row with one Jnrk Unscoll , who hnd "kicked
one of the parties In the lace , inflicting se
vere wounds. A warrant was out yesterday
lor Drill's arrest.
A sporting man. or bearine : Rompthlnc of
such n character , named Ueiidershotl , was
nrrwtert for drunk and di < orderly , and he
came around and paid a flnn. wanting his
nc.me changed to oonit'thiug else , but imrtles
in Lincoln and Oinnlm will know hltn better
by the old tmme of llcndershott. This is the
same i rt > that n warrant 1ms been issued
for In the police court before forMnc a va-
crant. and it is unrtei-stood tlmt he was mls-
lne trouble down at .Mollie Hull's ranch Inst
night when am-Mod.
A Indie's locket book or band bag that hsd
been found on .N street was loft Rt police
m-ndmiRrters yi-sterdny for Ideiitllication.
1 tiii book , of course , contained no cash , but
then1 weie papers In it that shotted to whom
was nulled In court yesterday tor trial when
the district court convenes in October. This
chap has given Ins name ns.T. A. Proekellon
atid he was caught at the H. t 5L depot when
the night train was there ready to move west
ward. AV. J. Austin , of Kxeter. was piount-
tnc tbo ear steps to go home when he felt his
wnteli leaving him nud he recoenlzed the
Hi lot In the person of 1'rockleton nnd
grkblu-d him , while Policeman Tom Cnrnahnn
jumpeil to the spot nnd helped make tlie res
cue. The watch was dropped br the thief
when he was detected and recovered ,
and the judge held him under
51,000 bonds to answer.
MuccI Bros. , who had Iteen trundllngnn Ice
cream tart on tlie street , have departed for
Omaha , und going fornot to settle with Lew
Franklin for S10 worth of cream that they
had purchased of him. Franklin has taken
out nn attachment on a few articlt-s that they
Tlie annual conference of tha A. M.
E. church met yesterday In Quinn's ctiapcl ,
on E street , between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Kt. Uev. John M. Urown , 1) . I ) . , 1) .
C. L. , of Washington City , 1) . C1. , presiding.
I his conference is known ns the Kansas con
ference. aud comprises the following states
nnd territories : Kansas. Nebraska , Colorado ,
Wyoming and w .Mexico. The session
will last till Moiulnv or Tue-day next. The
pastor desires all who can to heed the notice
nnd attend tlie meeting.
Peter It. Lee , one ot the best known trav
eling prints In Nebraska , readied "thirty"
early yesterday morning , dvluir at his room
In tills city. Lee has been holding a case for
the past two weeks iu the Democrat oillci1 ,
nnd has worked up to a day or so ago. Con
sequently his dcnth wns quite sudden , nnd it
is presumed wns from apolexy. A brother of
his who lived at Beatrice was telegraphed of
the death , and If the bodv is not taken there
the [ irinters , union here will attend to his
The base ball season closed nt Lincoln yes
terday with the linnl game between the St.
Joe club nnd the homo club , with an audi
ence ot some three hundred , who saw n poor
game aud the home club beaten by a scoie of
thirteen ? to two. In the series of live games
the Liucolns have won three and the M. Joe
two , which leaves the poiinnnt with the Den
ver club and the Lincolns nt the loot of the
class. The question oimaintalnlng the club
lor tlie coming year nnd the place in the
western league" is now agitating the stock
holders of the association , and as their veu-
turo the present year has been a losinc one ,
the prospects are not flattering. Either Lin-
' .Kiln is not a peed ball town or things have
.Ken managed poorly , and onn relorm , it 'ho
association maintains its position , can be
'naugurated to good advantage by tlie mov-
nc ot the grounds to a place not so remote
from tlie city itself and which would be easy
of access to all. This would at least relieve
senator Mandorson was In Lincoln yester
day and out at the fair grounds.- The sena
tor found time in making the rouuds among
acquaintances at the state capital to call at
the newspaper offices nud chat with the
Congressman Dorsey returned home yester
day loud iu praises ot the scenes viewed at
the fair grounds. Air. Dorsey was for vears
a member ot the state board and he felt mure
at home than he has lor a long time when he
exchanged notes in the ollice of the board of
.Most of the offices at the state house were
cloned yesterday , and the county oflicers
knocked off from work to visit the fair. In
manj" re > pects , especially the attendance of
city people yesterday at the fair , was more
Lincoln's ' day than the one previous.
Dlt lias been much satisfaction to the rail
road company that has bandied the Immense.
concourse of people on the fair train that all
has been done without accident of any kind.
Tlie vigorous measures taken by the police
hr.s also hold thieving operations down to tlie
John A. SIcShnne was in the city yester
day and was made the recipient ot many
greetings from a number of democrats who ,
while waiting for Howe's nomination , look
upon Mcbhane as the coming congressman.
S. M. Chapman. Dr. John Black and M. A.
Ilartlgan , Plattsmouth ; J. J. Brown , Henry
Voss , Captain O'Donohoe , Omaha ; John E.
Sherwiu , H. II. Dorsey , Walton ; Charles
Buschow. lied Cloud : J. T. Mallalien , Keai-
ney ; A. V. Cole , Jtinlata ; M. A. Daugherty ,
Crete , were among prominent > Tebrisknus at
the state capital yesterday.
Chojorn , dysentery and diarrhoea como
With the Bummer imprudence in fruil
diet. Infection and sudden checks oi
perspiration cause thc'e complaints. On
the first symptom take four or five Brau-
dreth pills und drink plentifully of hot
water , and you are safe. If you wish to
render the body a fortress against dis
ease , take ono or two Brandretli Pills
every night for ten days uua thus remove
from thu bowels all irrituthip substance
mid purify the blood.
Tlio Salvation Army in London.
Pall Mall Gazette : The annual report
of the Salvation army's operations in
London 1ms been issued , from which r
apcars that there nre nbout eigu
thousand "soldiers , ' exclusive o :
thosu in thn training home
working in the metropolis , nnd it is.
claimed tlmt during tno year cndec
April 30 last 10,000 souls wore saved
The work in Marylebono has been ver\
successful , although the Salvationists
have received very rough treatment
The report states : Our lasses' dresses
have boon torn from their bodies- , our
girl oflicers had to lend their corps U
victory with their black eyes ; " am
further on says :
"At llomford tlio foes of earth and hoi
have united to overthrow the corps. ) S'o
lire driven to tlio gtreots. whore , uutil a
few weeks ago , kicks ami culls were us
common us "Hallelujahs" nmong UaJvu
tionists. Our good old friend , thu bij ,
drum , is a perfect auxiliary to our
work. " During tlie yeir : about three
hundred soldiers entered tlie Claptoi
training home. The balance slieot shows
that for tlus year the London income
from all sources was i'5D51. Of this
11,403 was collected by tlio local divi
siotis , and the whole sum , less ! 10s , pnic
from tlio headquarters for the rent o
buildings. The romnindcr of the income
was spout in salaries , printing , traveling
expe.nbus , raU-siyid taxes , etc.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared with ttriet rocrd to Pnrltr Etrcturth and
fleiilUiIulneu. llr ITica't Uaklog I'uwdercuuUln *
Vuntlltt , .Lemon , urauce , etc. , tUivor dtllclomlr
P IC MUSO fOWOSa CO , C&lssya tout St. Isuit.
A TRAGEDY OF THE SEA ,
"be Sad Sequel of Anticipated JOT in a
New Land *
VPnthctio Story of the Death of a
Hclovcd One and His llurlnl
bin ; ; Ocean.
New York Journal : It was 4 n. in.
t'ho first cray darts of approaching dawn
shot tip in the cast aud tinted the murky
sky and the throbbing ocean a the Cily
of Komc plowed relentlessly on her course
ast Tuesday for this port. In the dim
morning twilight a tragedy wns being
nacted to at least one person on tlio
Hosting on two black stands near tlio
steamer's bulwark Inv n sad burden. It
ras the body of a passenger laid out on n
ough board , loaded with lead nt the
leels. and cowred ivith the red flag of
he Uritish nation. Four blue-clad Bailers
ors stood with cap in hand about the bier
vliile a priest recited prayers for the reese -
> ese of the dead man s soul rend by the
ipht of a lanti-rn hold by n sailor.
Two beautiful women gazed nt the
uournftil spectacle. The younger was
n a passion of grief her bosom heaving
with convulsive sobs winch the other
strove in vain to soothe.
She was u beautiful girl , winsome oven
n her grief. Her black hair hung in
disheveled masses about u Hushed , well-
ottudecl face , and her large blue ej-es
sept turning beseeching toward tlie
clergyman us she kept exclaiming :
"lie is not dead ! ' ' O , toll mo he is not
dcnd ! "
The father had finished his sacred
oQices. The four strong sailors stooped
and lifted the rude blei to the bulwark o
.he ship , one end ol the plank was raised
ligh , and the dcnd man's body shot ovcr-
joard , loet foremost , aud was heard to
) lunge into t'ie ' sea.
The poor distracted girl gave ono gasp
ind was clasped fainting in the arms of
the other lady.
This lady was Mrs Frank Leslie nnd
the girl was a poor Irish immigrant , left
almost nlono in the worla by the death
of her old unelo.
Several years ago Patrick McNaugher
came to this country , and by frugal liv
ing and hard work acquired a little
money. Last summer he was informed
.hat his brother Tom had died in lietand ,
caving one son nnd otic daughter in
lestitute circumstances. Mr. Mc-
tfaugher's heart was moved and he hast-
sned to the other side of the water to bee
lis uieeo and nephew.
John , a sturdy youthand Hoso.a bright ,
courageous miss of seventeen , were the
sorrowing orphans who bashfully greeted
iheir uncle on his arrival. Tlie old man
liad no children of his own and he soon
loved both of them with a tenderness he
liad never felt before.
The pretty Hose wns soon her uncle's
favorite , but Mr. ilcNaugher never tired
of telling John of the great sights he
would see in America and of the high
pjace lie would surely win if ho applied
himself to work.
In short , the old man lost no time in
starting for the new country , and little
over a week ago the trio with trunks and
bundles might have been seen boarding
the City of Home at Queenstown.
The young people wore evidently much
frightened at tht- dangers of the sea , aud
their recent bereavement seemed to prey
upon their minds despite the attempts of
Mr. McNaugher to keeii them cheerful
Koso clung to her uncle as though he
were all she had m thh world , as indeed
he was. but John was wont to wander
Iibtlessl3r and sadly about the vessel. It
was the charming bight of the gentle
Rose lingering lovingly about her aged
uncle that first attracted the attention of
the wealthy and kind-hearted Mrs. Leslie.
\Vhen two da3sout at sea heavy winds
frightened the immigrant passengers. J.
MeXaughcr was nowhere to be seen. Ho
was discovered later kneeling barelioad-
ed on the deci : , while the sleet dashed
upon him , and praying distractodjy.
When the steward tried to persuade him
to come in ho replied that ho must not
be interrupted , as his goddess , the moon ,
was angry with him and had hidden her
It took three strong men to bring him
in , when ho was so violent that ho had to
bo placed in the infirmary , where he tore
everything to pieces.
There wits no doubt ol his insanity and
the incident made a deep impression on
all aboard. As for the. old uncle , he was
nearly beside himself and the shock must
have caused his death as lie was found
stark and stifl in his berth the next morn
ing , having ruptured a blood-vessel.
Thus it happened that while her brother
was raving below aud the priest was
chanting a requiem over tne body of her
uncle , poor Koso Mc23uugher stood sob
bing on the deck in tlio gray dawn with
out a friend in the world. Of all the
hundreds of passengers on the City of
Homo , Mrs. Frank Leslie was the only
ono to rise and comfort the bereaved girl
at that oconn burial.
The passengers , stimulated by Mrs.
Leslie , made up a purse for the orphan
maid of $ l.r 0. She , with her brother ,
will be kept by the authorities until the
City of Homo starts gain lor Europe ,
when both will be taken back.
An obstinate cold in the head is re
lieved by a few doses of Kcd Star Cough
Human 1ic < 'r ? .
General Crook , in Military Journal.
We have before us the tiger oJ the human
species. To no tribe in America can
theno remarks apply with more forge
than to the Apaches of Arizona. To see
them , sis they lirst appeared to the white
men half clad , half fed , covered with
vermin , with no semblance of property
beyond the rude arms with which they
doggndly waged war against un-
pitymg nature it wns easy to
lieheve , and many Americans did
believe , that nothing could bo more
easily effected thnn their extermination
or subjection. It has taken the expendi
ture of countless treasures and blood to
demonstrate that these naked Indians
were the most thoroughly individualized
suldiors on the globe ; that each was an
army in himself , waiting for orders from
no superiors thoroughly confident in
liiHOwn judgment , and never at a loss
to know when to attack or
when to retreat. The Apache can be
compared most aptly to tlie wild animal
ho fittingly calls his cousin the coyotte.
The civilized settlements ure his sheep-
foldn , and even supposing that u. toilboma
campaign results in destroying forty out
of a baud of fifty the survivors tire us
much to bo dreaded ns ever , until tlie
very last ono can be run down , killed o ; :
got under control nnd taught to labor for
As the greatest pain-destroyer , St.
Jacobs Oil nedas the list.
Clever Capture of a Tlilef.
Thefts of inonoy from garments hr.ng-
iiigin the clothes-r9om of u Muridim
factory led tlie electrician of the estab
lishment to try to catch thu hitliorto un
detected thief. He connected a pookut-
book in the pocket of a pair ol trousers
with wires that terminated at a gong in a
distant room , and go arranged the wires
that the gong would ring when the
pooketbook was moved. The pocketbook -
book was moved , the gong sounded , unc
the thief was caught.
Experienced salesmen for our Cloak
Department , must give good references
S P. MJRSE & CO.
To call at 1119 FAKNAM STBEET , wlien in need of wearing apparel for
Fall and Winter uset You will End tlier © tke largest and most complete assort
ment of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS to be found anjrwliere in
the west. The stock of Clothing now on hand is of the best make and style ever
yet turned outi and is calculated to suit the taste and pocketbook of everv man
in search of custom-made Clothing , Should you desire a
You will be particularly suited at the Miefit Clothing Parlors , 1119 Farnam
street , where will be found Merchant Tailor's Misfits and Uncalled-for Gar
ments from the leading tailors of the country , which are being sold at one-half
their original value. An inspection of this department will be to the interest of
all. When in need of Clothing for vour
You will iind that the Misfit Clothing Parlors carrv a large and varied assort
ment , and that their prices are right. All clothing made up in stvle and guar
anteed to wear as well as aav suits shown in the west. Evervthinc * ' in the line of
Clothing , Gents' Furnishing Goods , Hats , etc. will be found
1119 Farnam Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
all cITccu ol vnutblul rroT ,
FREE IB Jcrv0u lM > llUT , InroluD-
, Manhnoa ,
ur > Lcuei Lonl
P. BOYER & CO.
and Ml Work.
1020 Tarnnm Street , Oruaha. Neb.
Or the Liquor iiubU.
Cured by AdmluiNtorliif ; Ir.
Iliilncn' Golden hjMfifin-
It con be elven In it cup ol cofTeo ot tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It , U absolutely
narmless , and will effect a pcrmiintnt r.nd Bj > eHly
cure , whet'.irr tbe patient Is & moderate criutcr oi
ii ) aicouollc wreck. It line been clveu In Uiou.
lyi.lds of cases , aud In every lnstit.ee e.erfpcx cure
basfolloned. It iirvor fall * . The system once
Impicgrmttil with the Bpcclf c , It becomes an utter
Impossibility for the liquor appetite to exim
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Cornell Blnflk. lovm.
Cull or write for pamphlet containing ; bua&eda
' t-'timonlnlH Iromthrbcrt women uua mcclrom
-scuamnr. - . _
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. "
"Jf the inhabitants of great cities
: oud see tlie filth that is concealed in the
water which tJiey use , and trace every
drop and f article to its source , disgust and
nausea -would be sufficient protection. "
Kew York Times , July 20 , 1885.
" The furity of APOLLINARIS
offers the best security against the dangers
which are common to most of the ordinary
London Medical Eeeord.
OfellGrocersDnig ittt , 6r"ATin. Wat. Dealers ,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
\ \ \ OHM
v.ith minimum capital and risk
I7nw ChlcuRo'e Snccentful Men Trade
"PUTS AND CALLS"
(1 ( c. insurance ncixInBt loss )
for from one to urns' day * negotiated with Instruo
tion how to operate Address lor HOOK
rrAIlLE GKAIX EXCHANGE ,
U7 Clarli Street. Chlcaco.
SE&5T C. O. D.
O.SE 01 1 WWUM AT U milXSAl.U J'KICE.
I PAT all cxprp chanjM to all points within 300
mllc I OxearrlnRr ( o Bclwt from Bond two eta ,
cuuup 1 or Illustrated catalotruu. filfntloiiiliiiiuaper.
L. 6. SPEHGER'S TOY FACTORY ,
221 W. MADISON ST. . CHICAGO.
LINCOLN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Hutemly Unlit. Newly Kurulihoil
The Tremont ,
J. C. FITZGERALD i. EON , Proprietors.
Cor. Hh ana ISts. , Lincoln , Nub.
Rates f 1.50 l > cr day. titrcct curs from house to an7
part of the c"J-
J. H. W. HA\N KINS ,
Offices 33. SI und Ki'jlmrcls lllot'k , Lincoln ,
Nub. Klovatoronllth atroot
Itrcedur ol Ilrci-dor "f
GAU.UU-AI CATTI.C. EnoiiTlluu.s CATTLE
1' . .M WOODS.
Live Stock Auctioneer
bttlus mudo In all purls of the U S. at fair
rales , linoin 2 , State lllock , Lincoln , Nub.3
Oolloway and Short Horn bulls for sale.
B. H. GODLDING ,
Farm Loans and Insurance ,
Correspondont'o In rcpard to loan ? solicited.
Itoom 1. Itluhftrdf. Bleak , Unuoln. Nob.
Riverside Short Horns
Of Btrittly pure Dutch ami Butos Tupped cuttle.
Herd numbers about ( W hc-ad.
FaiullioR rcprocontod Filberts. Crnjrcs ,
ApombR. llenicx , KOHO of Blmrons , MORB Hixos ,
Knightly Duchossei , 1'htt Crook VOUURMarys ,
Pbyllisos , J-onuuB mid True Loves.
Hulls for sum. 1 Pure Hates 1'llhert , 1 Pure
fiuti-B Cruturs. 1 iloioof Sharon , 1 Ynuiur Mary.
IPino Crulck Shank find others. Count and
liispwttUe lierl Address , CilAS. M. illlAN-
HUN. Lincoln , Neb. .
When in Lincoln ( .top at
National Hotel ,
And cot u coed uinnor fori'ic.
About twaty years ceo I discovered a little pore on my chect. tnd th ( > doctor * pro-
onunccd it cancer. 1 have tried a number of physicians , but without rccelTlnc any perma
nent bcncflt. AmoDS the number ncrcone or two sjxxiallstE. The meilidno tney applied
was like fire to the sore , causing intense pain. I saw a statement In the pnpcrg tclhnc what
S. S. S , had done for others similarly r-QictaL I procured some nt once. Before f had nscxl
the second bottle the neighbors could noUco thai my cancer was healing np. 2y ! general
bcaltb had been bad for two or three years 1 has. a backing cnuga ana epit blood contin
ually. I br.d a Fcrerc pain in my breast. After taking eix bottles of S , S. 5. ray coapri left
mo and I prew etomor than I had bren for lerernl jetrB. My cancer has healed orer all but
b little tjiot about the alze of a half dune , end It Ifl rapidly dbsappcving. I would adtlie
orcry oucviUi CAKCC : to civc S. S. B. a fair trial.
ISia. KAUCr f. HcCONAUaHET. Ashe GroTe , Tlppccaooc Co. , Ind.
Feb. 1C , 1SSG.
Bwift'e Specific is entirely vegetable , and Bccms to cure cancen by forcing out the Impa
rities from Uia blaud. TILUUM on llluod and Skin DincoH-s mailed free.
THE SW1TT SI'ECinu CO. , Drawer S , AUmts , Ga.
DEWEY & STONE ,
One of the Best and Largest Stocks in the
United States to Select From.
BttoooBSors to J. G. Jacobs
UNDERTAKER S ,
At the old stand , U07 Farnam St. Ordoru b
utd und promptly attended to.
ToluDhouu No. "i ,
SSG.THE CHICAGO MAIL
. ( dally edition ) Till 1m rrnl to
uiif uddru in the n. b. or Cutmclu 4 month * for 8.r > c.
Addre TUB CU1UAOO MAIL. 116 > th urn Chlcnco
WOODBRIDGE BRO'S. ' ,
Omaha , Neb.
Don'tYou ; JL ear Tliem Bellow ? They Squeal , while the
; Two Orphans Laugh.
Is what makes Omaha Clothiers pull their left ear and inquire , how do they do it ?
. _ . Yankees know how to make goods.
At our own factory in Maine we are now turning out FINE CLOTHINGAn example and
' ; ' , , one that tells :
A brotlier-ln-liiw Imported in hlaown ttliip3 raw * of fine wornicd , jT7wj/coat UK $2" er yard ,
T < i1i' 3 l.-i yards to cat out theitvcrayv man's t > nitdoth coats $7
Tiifitrhninhigfor name milt rott , , , . . . . 3
Ctittinu and ori'iwrlnu worl ; in factory , 2
S per cent nnilcilfor nhijijtiiif/and linnilliny to Omaha. . , 7 > > c
We are selling them for $18 , at Jobbers price. That is what makes Omaha Cloth
iers Bellow and Tremble at the Knees.
YANKEE BOYS FROM MAINE , ANDREWS BROS. CLOTHING CO ,
I , @jHfc 1 f
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