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fHE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 1887.
A STATE REAL ESTATE SALE
Nebraska Lots in Lincoln to Be Auctioned
A RAILROAD INCORPORATED ,
XIic Oxford ft KnnnnB , a Tlrnnch Mne
or the I ! . A ; M. Ilnfltlncs' Llfo
IiiHiirnrico Company Other
Capital City New *
I THE BEE'S LINCOLN tlUREAC.l
To-day occurs the sale of the ! JOU state
lots inLincoln , and it will bo watched
with a great deal of interest and by many
buyers. The appraised value of these
Jots Is considered low , but that fact will
luako the sale of the entire number all
Hie moro probable. Some of the lots are
fine , and some on the banks of Salt creek
nro very poor , but they will all be sold.
The terms are reasonable , only one-third
payment being required down , and ns
many of the lots are viewed with envious
eyes , the bidding will bo spirited. The
proceeds of the sale will bo used to beau
tify the capitol grounds , and the amount
will bo sufllciont to make the grounds the
linmlsonicst In the .west.
A IIIJA.NOH LINK.
The articles of incorporation of the
Oxford & Kansas railroad , a branch line
of the B. & M. system , were Hied yester
day with the secretary of state. The line
Is to have its business olllco at Oxford ,
nnd the road is to run from that place to
the Kansas line , and presumably run
through northwest Kansas to the Colo-
ratio line or beyond. The capital stock
is llxed at $1,700,000 for this branch , and
the familiar names of G. W. Holdrcgo , J.
( } . Taylor , C. D. Uorman , C. J. Green.
Thomas Miller , 1' . S. Eustis and W. A.
llipgms appear as the incorporators.
The Union Life Insurance company of
Hastings has tiled amended articles ol
incorporation with thn secretary of stato.
The capital stock under tlio amended ar
ticles is fixed at $100,000 , in shares of $100
each , and the proviso inserted that the
Clock may bo Increased to $1.000,000. The
company s Indebtedness is limited to 1C
per cent of the capital stock and its busl
ness Is conducted Ly a board of trustees
nnd the ilato fixed for the commencement
of business under the old articles was
July , 1883 , und under the amended aril-
c'es ' Juno 1 , 1887. The Incorporators art
JJavid L. MeElhinnoy , Charles H. Doit
rioh , Alexander II. Cramer , Morris L
Alexander , Jacob Fisher , L. Lotla , John
IA. Casio , and Thomas E. Farrell.
STATE HOUSE 1TEM3.
> The Buffalo Gorman Insurance com'
jmny. of Buffalo , has applied for adrnis
felon to transact business in Nebraska ,
und boon furnished the requisite formulate
The auditor's oflicmls wore figuring the
amount of principal and interest on
county bonds yesterday that countio ;
have to meet the present year , and corti
lied statements will bo forwarded to the
difloroutcounty oflicials at onco.
Auditor Babcook has gone to Vallej
county on a business trip for a few days
Dr. Hopkins ol Wyoming , the state
veterinarian for that territory , was in
Lincoln yesterday In consultation will
Vim Nebraska live stock sanitary coinmis
fiion ever the quarantine questions nnd
The admission of cattle to Wyoming ,
Captain Hill went homo to Beatrice
yesterday , to attend the high school
tonimcnconiont in that place.
Attornoy-Gonoral Loose lias moved hi :
family from Sownrd to Lincoln , and ha :
vocomo n resident at the capital city.
NKW STUEET JtAlLWAYS.
The action of the rapid transit line in
commencing to lay track for their road
lias aroused the plans for other strcol
railways nnd they promise now to be
fluickly formulated and work on then :
commenced. At the oilico of Harris S
Harris , on Wednesday evening , a meet
ing of the incorporatorti of tno Capital
Heights street railway was held and the
following directors elected : W. A. Har
ris , J. A. Rollins , H. P. Martin , W. S
Uottsford and S. Spraguo. Fourteet
thousand live hundrnd dollars was subscribed
/scribed nt the mooting for the building o :
the line and the company voted to com
juonco work ns soon ns tlio franchise wni
granted. The line of the road is to b <
from the center of the city out Handolpl
utreot to what will become Fortieth streei
in East Lincoln.
[ WOUK FOlt THE 1IOAUI ) OK TIIADE.
"It occurs to mo , " said a member ol
the board of trade , who recently dopes
Itcd his membership fee , "that there ii
otlior work for the board to engage ii
stsido from the work of establishing i
freight bureau and the lowering of ratoi
for the wholesalers. " The board of trade
in the idea of this member , is worthy o
n broader interpretation than at pro'son
is asoribed to it , nnd in his opinioi
should embark in much necessary worl
in other directions. There has nnthinj
materialized as yet in the ndvertisini
way and no work has boon given attention
tion outside of the ono of m rates foi
wholesalers. If energy is not arousot
the board will lapse again into a lonj
General Hawkins. Major Brown
Colonel Luddington , Captain Furny am
other Omaha rnmnbois of the Loya
Legion , who attended the banquet at the
Capital hotel , departed homeward yes
tordny highly delighted with their tri ]
nnd tno elegant banquet to which they sa
down. So impressed wore they with tin
latter that they unanimously passed rcso
lutions of congratulations to Mr. Brown
thu steward of the hotel , for the elogan
repast. On the 24th of June the members
bors of the Nebraska commandory of th
Loya ! Lemon in Nebraska have an iuvl
tation to attoud the annual gathering o
the Kansas commandcry and they wil
Attend in large numbers. This gathorin ;
.will be held at Leaven worth on the lilt
of Juno and as the Kansas legion was in
stituted by thu Nebraska members the !
reception on the occasion of tha tirst re
union will undoubtedly bo of the mot
nordlal character. A special train wi
be chartered for the trip and It is oj
pocted that the number from the Ne
braska Loyal Legion who will atton
will at least be fifty. The paper road : '
this mooting lust hold at Lincoln wn
upon the Pun Kidgo campaign and wa
prepared by N. S. Harwood , of this city
It will bo published.
A11OUT THK CITV.
The building of now lines of street rai
way und the rapid approach of nctu :
paving has Increased the real estal
transfers and sales are increasing. Mi
Goodman , of Omahaand Mr. Stevens , <
Crete , were among the heavy purchase )
of recent dato.
Judge Pound yesterday heard a case ii
volving the title to a tract of valuabl
land in the vicinity of West Lincoln. Tli
case Is ono of the Judge Hilton ones tin
wore traveled through numerous court ;
Judge Pound lias taken it under advlsi
niisut. The Burr versus Carr case w
still in the hands of the jury at noon ye :
ten ! ay.
Mr. H. T. Clarke of Omaha and als
equally of Lincoln was the succossft
competitor in the bidding for paving i
thu rity and was yesterday by the couno
raving committee awarded the coutrac
whloh will bo ratified ut an early day , th
material selected , anil the work con
T ; t Hurglars pilot ! their avocation at Wea
Liuroln Wednesday night , entering
dozen or moro houso.i and helping then
solves to the watches and loose change c
Iho inhabitants. A half-dozen watche
were gone , aud numerous aunts of mono
ranclnc from ten dollar ? downward. It
was West Lincoln's Initial experience with
UofocrtMalono , the driver of hose cnrt
No : 2 In the paid department , was mar
ried yesterday to Miss Dridgct Owens ,
Hov. Kttlior Kearney performing the
ceremony. The llro nopnrtmont boys
nro busy now snicking and ottering con
Thu police court lapsed yesterday Into
n state of quietness that was unusual.
Hut one old ollundur , who face has long
been fntnlllar to the court , was up for a
hearing and was quickly disposed of
with the usual fine.
The next entertainment on the boards
for l-'unko's opera house is Itoland Kccd
In "Chock , " the date for the appearance
being Wednesday evening , June 8. lli'cd
Is always a fnvorito in Lincoln.
The oilico of the city engineer Is now
located over the Dr. Child drug Btoro
building. The new addition to city
headquarters is needed sadly for city
The temporary frame building located
in the rear of engine house No. 3 will bo
removed to the csty waterworks park
and used as a city hospital.
The Brand on Odin
wns not more fearful than are the marks
of kln diseases , and yet Ur. 1'iercc's
"Golden Medical Discovery" is a certain
euro for all of them. Hlotchcs , pimples ,
eruptions , pustules , scaly incrustations ,
lumps , inlhunod patches , salt-rheum , tet
ter , boils , carbuncles , ulcers , old sorns ,
are by its use healed quickly and perma
Qiinor Things a Wire Rccnlln.
Sun 1'ranciseo Examiner : "When 1
first knew Mrs. John W. Muekay , " said
Henry Thompson , n gray-haired pioneer
of Siskiyou , yesterday at the IJaldwin.
"she was a little bit of a bare footed girl
nt Good Year's Bar. She couldn't have
been over twelve years old then. Jt was
in 'I'M , and she used to walk around
among the miners and watoh them clean
up the gold. She enjoyed it as much as
any of them.
"Her father , Colonel llungorford , who
now lives near hos Angeles , lived there
then. Hut three or four years after ,
when ho moved to Downiovillo , his
aughter became the reigning belle of
'It is strange what rv llfo-timo brings
forth. Now , at the time I speak of. I
was worth more money than anybody
else in the vicinity of Dowmovillo. Now
I've got next to nothing , while the bare
footed little girl , who has long since been
Mrs. Aluckuy , is the richest lady in Paris ,
and her daughter is ti princess.
"Tho days looked just as bright to me ,
in those early mining times , and prom
ised just ns much as they did to John
MacKity , Flood , or any of the rest of the
Californians whoso fortunes are now so
stupendous. 15ut the lightning didn't
strike mo. I had a good many mines ,
but didn't find pay in any one of them ,
BO am running my little ranch up in Sis
kiyou , and 1 guess I'll have to bo con
tented. I don't see any other way to do. II
1 make $200 or * 00 a year over my expenses -
penses , that's about as good as 1 can ex
pect , while John Alackay , who used te
tumble into his bachelor couch tired and
weary in his cabin up tliero , now manip
ulates u thousand and one big things , has
rm Atlantic cable and a postal telegraph ,
the lutter line of which runs across mj
little ranch in Siskiyou.
'That wire often starts mo to thinking
about those things. Whenever 1 see it , H
recalls old days , and oftentimes I laj
awake at night thinking about the as
founding changes of n brief life. Il
throws mo into a reverie , and 1 wonder i !
the possibilities to my children are as
great to them as they wore to Mackay.
"Yes , it does maKe mo a trifle sad. A
man hates to waste his life , doesn't liel
lint I think if I had it to do over again
I'd start into business in some promismp
town. 1 might not get very rich , but ]
think it would bo better than going oui
into a lone region in the hills and risking
everything on a venture. The sure , safe
things isn't so bad a thing after all. "
She has the complexion of a peach ,
Poz/oni's Medicated Comnloxion'Powdc ]
did it. Sold by all druggists.
The Duchess of Gallle'ra and 83,000 01
her countrywomen have presented a po
titiou to the municipality of .Genoa , ask
ing for the restoration of the statue o
the Madonna above the gates , in tin
recognition of the preservation of tin
town during the recent earthquakes.
Pozzoni s Complexion Powder pr <
ducos a soft and beautiful skin. It com
bines every clement of beauty and purity
Sold by druggists.
A Pittsburg sonmambolist walked of
of a balcony the other night , fell abou
twenty feet , was picked up and carrici
into the house , and then after a time hi
awoke. The shock of the fall , wtilcl
sprained his foot and bruised him gcncr
ally , did not rouse him from his souiu
If your kidneys are inactive , you wll
feel and look wretched , oven in the mos
cheerful society , and melancholy on tin
lolllost occasions , Jr. J. II. McLean'
Liver and Kidney Balm , will set yoi
right again , f 1 per bottle.
The Baltimore Sun says that . Borrj
Wall always carries with him when hi
travels an assortment of walking sticks
which cost him over $100. Mr. Wall am
his canes have recently boon in Baltimore
Old Louis Frldotts , sovonty-yoar-oh
citizen of Fall River , imagined that h
covld walk on air. Ho tried it the othe
day by walking out of an open window
and now lies dangerously injured.
The National Disease Downed.
Hundreds of so-called diseases undo
various names are the result of indigo ?
tion , and when this one trouble is re
moved the others vanish. The bee
known remedy for indigestion , accord
ing to thousands of tcstimonals , is on
that has been used in the United State
for moro than fifty years BKANUKKTII'
i'n.ii , . These Pills will euro the wors
form of indigestion or dyspepsia and b
their use the national disease is casil
A calf belonging to D. B. Stevens , c
of Cassvillc , Wis. , was picked from th
track by a passing train and carried o
the cowcatcher to a point opposite th
stable , when it jumped oil' , not in th
MOST PERFECT MADE
UMK ! by the United BUtes Oovernment.
Xndoruxl by tha heads ot the Great Unlverdlttei
and 1'nbllc Food AnaljaUMTne btronBe4tl'ureM
anil uioitHoalthfuL lr. Frlco'a the onlyBaklni
I'nn-der that doc * cot contiln Ammonia , Lime o1
n Dr. Price' * Extracta , Vanilla , Lemon , etc.
7. WUCK UiKIhO
T1UAI < OP
Slnco the 5th of April , when the Inter-
tutu commerce law took cH'cct.tlie coun-
ry Ims boon treated to u most extraor
dinary spectacle n trial of strength bo-
ween the power of the covernmunt on
he one side , and that of the railroads on
ho other. As yet it appears an open
question which side will bo victorious ,
while the commerce of the country Is
compelled In the meantime to shift its
best it may hi a sea of uncertainty ,
iwaltln the termination of this battle
The law proposes to subject railroads
o certain conditions in connection with
he transportation of passengers or mer
chandise , yet in consequence of the
unbijjulty which characterizes some
ilattscs of thu eiiHetmunt a wide range Is
oft for the interpretation thereof. 'Clause
lumber four anpears to be the most un
satisfactory to the commercial world , as
ho construction \\hlcli has been placed
thereupon by nearly , if not all , of the
railroads , though to bo expected from
heir standpoint , is certainly cal
culated to make the law obnoxious
: o the pcoplo at large. Tins
s without doubt the best means that
coulu bo adopted in order to manufac-
uro public opinion in favor of the repeal
of that section of the bill wlinn con
gress again meets. Is it not possible ,
lowuvor , that these tactics may over
reach the desired object , and that the
) owcr of government may bo .strong
enough to assort itself by not only modi
ying the clause referred to so as to make
t absolutely clear in all its bearings , but
jy placing its interpretation beyond the
reach of sophistry , depriving u of all
Miporlluous technicalities ?
The section of the enactment treating
upon the long and short haul provides
that no higher rate of freight or fare
filial ! bo charged tor the transpoi tation of
freight or passengers for a short distance
than for a long one. it docs not say that
as much nlay not bo charged , but no
liigtier ratu. This leaves the matter to
thu discretion of the roads , and as
nothing is mentioned concerning a
maximum or minimum rate per mile ,
they can charge as much for 200 or
1500 miles , if so tlioy select , as
lor a 1,000 miles , only not moro. If the
law aimed at a positive recognition of
bona lido values , a graded sealo would
bo no dillicult matter to establish , and
the present more or less arbitrary inter
nrctatiou that has been nuulo by tlio rail
roads leaves some hope that congress
will realize its power in the promises by
changing this clause coniinensurato with
the demands and best interests of the
commerce and industries of the country
regardless of fictitious representations.
Fussing over some of thn unimportant
features of the law , it must bo admitted
that the striot prohibition of railway
pools and the discrimination between
largo and small shippers have many
points in their favor , provided railroads
would show an inclination to accept and
adopt them in good faith , ly this evi
dent , however ? Sonic of the provisions
may be taulty and antagonistic to the
trim interests of business. Is it as much
the law , however , as tlio peculiar inter
pretation that is given to it , and would it
not bo moro in itccordnnco with broad
business principles to make an ell'ort
toward adjusting apparent shortcomings
somewhat in compliance with the regu
lations prescribed and in consonance
with the spirit if not the actual letter of
the enactment , in order to demonstrate
at once where the pruning knife may bo
applied with justice and equity to all ?
Nothing has been done as yet to follow
such a course of action ; on the contrary ,
ovcry movement made appears to be < u-
rccted toward proving the impractica
bility of the measure. Instead of equal-
i/ihg rates pro rata on short and long
hauls , by cutting down the former , rates
for terminal points have in many in
stances advanced to an outrageous hgtiro ,
so as to become absolutely prohibitory.
This tlio law evidently does not moan ,
and it is questionable if the pcoplo will
calmly submit to such domineering
policy , such nn exhibition of misapplied
power in opposition to thogooU intention
The enactment in its present form is
evidently incomplete and requires revis
ion , yet it has awakened a desire in the
minus of American people for something
in the shape of inter-state railway Jaw.so
clear , compact and comprehensive as to
withstand equivocation or sophistry , tml
it is to bo hoped that congress at its next
session will so amend the present meas
ure as to give it the desired perfection.
Thirty years ago the pro-slavery b.trons
of the south had acquired such dominance
in the all'airs of the national government
that it made them arrogant and they at
tempted to rule supreme. What was the
result ? Is it to bo supposed that monop
olies \yill faro otherwise when by chi
canery or brute force they propo.'o to
Now JcHoy Names.
liloomliold ( N. J. ) Citixon : If any cor
respondent prefers llogtown ( which is
reached by mail from Hahway ) ho must
surrender Sodom , embraced in the cir
cuit of Hunterdon county. If ho wants
Sacamae in Passaio lethimeschow lloca-
mic in Utlrliugton. There is aVhisk >
Lane in our own purview , which ought
to bo ncaror than it is to Tumble in Hun
terdon , Uagtown in Cumberland , Keck-
lesstown in Durlington and Double <
trouble in Ocean county. You can abide
at Comical Corner , Coontown , Hum
Tavern , Crass Castle ami in two Tattle-
towns ono of which hails from Ocean
county. Unexpected Bog may set a fel
low agointr , via Skunktown , for Sextons
town , and ho can pass through t\vc
Scrabbletowns on his way. Picklotown ,
Postcrtown , Onoy's Hat , Long-a-coming ,
Goosetown und Beatitude , convoy the
traveler through a maize of prosaic
Franklins ( eight ) , Fairvlows ( live ) , and a
host of others which go in pairs and trio
lots , while Feobhttown has apparently
desired no duplicate. Thcso are but
samples what Now Jersey can do > whei
she is pushed of to her inventive trumps
She can even furnish us a Hell's Kitchot
in Ocean county , but she has only i
single Point Pleasant for the entire state
Boston Herald : There is a hot-tern
pored little fish , known as Betta pugnav
and kept as a sort of domestic pet uv tin
Siamese to display Us prowess for tin
Mongolian amusement. When in a stati
of quiet , its dull colors present no remarkable
markablo sight , but if two be brought
together , or if ono sees its own imago ii
a looking glass , the little creature becomes
comes suddenly excited , the raised I'm
and the whole body shine with motalii
colors of dazzling beauty , while the pro
joctcd gill membrane , waving like a blacl
frill round the throat , adds something o
grotcsquoness to the general appearance
In this state it darts at its real or ro
The Siamese keep thcso ( ishc in globes
llko goldlish , and thu Malays often staki
largo sums , or oven thu freedom of them
selves and their families , on the prowos
of u particular Betta.
That Tired Feeling
A fillets nearly every ono iu the spring
The system having become uccustomct
to the bracing Air of winter , is wcukonct
by the warm days of the chancing sen
son , and rapidly yields to attacks of dis
ease. Hood's Sarsapanlla is just tin
medicine needed. It tones and builds u |
every part of the body , and also expel
all Impurities from the blood. Try it tut
. ITCniNO FIVE LfJWo YKA118 ,
NiirnLboMrini.ii , Miss. , Jan. 3 , tSSl.
1 trl h to sar to rou thnt I hare been iulTerln for
tie lint nre roirswlthrt cen-ro Itclnnx nil over. 1
invp heard of lion Hilton and hart ) trio III , HI-ITO
ifed un nmr liottles and It hi rlon-j nio moro Hooil
h.m nil the doclOM and ui.lt < , inp Hint tlior roiiltl
1-0 on or w th mo. 1 ntn old nn I poor but fi'ol to
ile 9jrou for ucli a relief from four medicine nnd
orimnt nf the doctor * . 1 lure Inid llfteen doctor *
lit me. One iinro me i ( > Ton ounce * of solution of
rionlc ! nnothur took four iiunrtB of blood from mo.
All tlior could tell VTM Olnt II win nklii sltkneM.
J < ownfterthe o fourliulttotof your mcdldno , I m
tell und tiijr kin 19 well , clomi nnd xmnoih n over.
. -IIC.NUY KNOC1II ! .
Onon \ VomKitoM no6n ArrnontTT
. \\o toiifuo thnt wo nrq tio'fectlr utnnzeJ nt
he run of jour Hop tlllli-r < Wo never hml nn ) .
Unit II kn It. nmlnsvt-ruoirilof the like. Tno nrlli'r
Meiitoinh.is been eollliin ilfiu. hero nemrlr thirty
j-oiir , nnd hm eon the rise of , Ilo tcttur'i > , Vlncit.tr
and nil other hitters nnd intent na-dlclncj , uttt nnvor
itiT 10 noli iiiiien io. , irom HI..STO
\ Co .WhoiCBtlo Dnik'il4ts , Cleveland , O.
Ooon roil tlAiUE * "Wn arc ( ilotieil to my that
ptirhibi-wa < imminently curcil of n sorlou * nr -
tnute < lfrro < ulirltf of the bimcN lir the u eof Hop
Hitters hy Its n oilier , which at tlio dime time r .
loroil her to periect health and stronitlh. " THE
The most wonderful nnd innrrelous success , In
ca cs wliero tier on nro sic * or pining nwny from n
condition of mlsoruulcnosi tlmt no ono knows what
nils them ( protimble patients for doctors ! , la obtnlnol
br the u < o of Hop Hitter * . They b'zln tocnri troiu
tlio first ilmp. und keep It up until perfect health ami
WICKKI ) l'Oll CUHiaVMHN.
"I bollovo It to bo Hll wronu nnd even Ickod for c ! r
Ryinon or other public men to bo led Into ulvlnit tosll-
mon'iils to qimck doctors or vllo stuffs eiillJd moill *
elms but wlunnreally meritorious nrtlclo Is nuulo
up of common Tiljiiblo reniedlo known to nil , ninl
tliat all \ihy-lrl \ ins uw iiinl trust In ilnllr , wo should
Iroulyco iimuinl It. 1 tlieroforo cliucrfnllr ami lioiirt-
Ur roramuml lion Hitter' for the ennd they Imve
donu tun iiml my frloml' , tlrmly liclluvliu thuy Imvu
nnufiml | lor f nn'ly ' n o. 1 will not be without them. "
-ULV.E. u. WAHIILN , Soiplo , N v.
AioiACiilTXT. ! "TiKiim It up , M Ions ycnrs
of liuilriU leu sIcknotK un I milTdrliu , eiMtlni ; $ Jil. per
your. totiiHI.W ) , nil of which v , 11 ntiippcil by tlneo
liiittloi ni HOD Hitters t iken liy my wile , who Inn
done her nnn hou oworlc for i > oir nfnco without the
IOH of a iliiy. unit 1 wiint ovcryhxlr to know It tor
their bcneilt. " JOHN WEEKS , llntler.
NIVIU : ror.dET THIS.
If you nro sick Hop Hitters will surely aid
Nuturoln iimkltii ; ) ou well \\lion nil else fulls.
If you itroco'-tlvo or iljspoptlc.or mo suitor-
IIIR from imy other of the numerous ( licenses
oftliof-totn.tchor uowcH , It Is your own funk
If youiunmlii 111 , tor Hup lilt tot 3 U n sovereign
rcincilr In all such compinlnts.
If you nro wnstln&r & iiwuy wltli nny form of
Klilnoy illscnsc , stop tempting Uonth tlild mo-
nieiit. nnd turn lor n euro to Hop Hitters.
If you nro nervous use H op Hitters.
If you nru n frequenter , or n resident of n
inlnsnmtlo district , barrlcitdc your sjstcin
ngnlnst tboscourtoof nil countries inulurlul ,
opltlomlo , bilious iniJ Interiulttent lovrra by
tbo use uf Hup Ititterd ,
If you lia\o roiijih , Dimply or sallow skin
bail lirouth , piilns niul nclies , iiml feel niHornblo
Bcncrnlly , Hop Hitters will KIVO you filr aklii ,
licit blood nnd snoctost broatltnnd hciilth.
Thnt poor , bedridden , Invttlld wife , slater
mother or dium'litCT , can bo mndo the picture
of hou ; ? wph Hop Hlttora , coating but a trlllo.
Will you lot thorn suffer ? t
In short thov euro nil dlsMisca of the Stomneli
llowelg , Hlood , Ijlvor , Nervijs Kidneys , Hriht'a ) ;
Disease. (1000 will be pnlJfor acaao they will
not cure or help. * .
A Natural ,
A CMrtnln cure tor > ounmintolil ( ;
KorConitlpillon will il ; mrl
And InilliruitUm qnlclilyxtuit ,
HIcU H > nilaelic , too. w II aniinilcpurt.
When TAllltAiNT S 8ii.T/hlt e is I eon tried.
Embody tlif Mghrtt exreltrn-
cicnlniili < i ] > enne > acainfortantt
favorites In ftt Monnl > lerlrel : ; ,
Our name ij I J.&T.COUSI NS ,
on ccry sole. 1 NEWYORK.
With sliding1 Detachable
Springs * C2 Better thai *
Whalebone or HoriiJ 3
nnd guaranteed never to
break. Price , $
For sale by leading wholesale and retail estb-
MAYER , STROUSE& CO.
413 Broadway , N. Y. , Manufacturers.
BONED WITH KABO.
The ONLY COUSBT made that ran ba returned
bj iu purchaier after TIIKEE WKI'.lt'H
WEAR If notrounU
In ererr respect , and tti price refunded br letter.
Made In a vnrletr of tyln and prlcet. Hold br nr > t >
rla dealer , ererywhere. Bewamnf wurtlilei. Iml-
UUoni. None uenulno without llall'name on box.
CHICAGO CORSET CO. ,
tO2 FRANKLIN STREET. CHICAGO.
AO * Hroadwar , New York.
OlUg 10 ,
EACH PURCHASER OF GOODS TO THE AMOUNT OF
T TIll "be 3PresenLted.witla : , a * Ticl et
THE NEW YORK AD OMAHA CLOTHING COMPANY
1308 FARNAM STREET.
NOTICK All siirforura Ircra liny Fever who
will usu the Smol.o Hall nnd "Iet > ullntor"pnou-
ngoslx Moods prior to Annual 1st , IbST.iiiid
IIHM ) the llrst symptoms or the tllscnso uppcnr
niter thntdiilo. wo will IlHKUNi ) THU MU.NUV
ln t summer this remedy WHS used by miuiy
suUoruis , and puvo snttarnotlon laovury case.
"Carbolic Smoko" ( fires Immediate rellof In
C'ltnrrli , Astlimn , llronclilal and Thront AIToc-
lions , llcmluclio , Croup , Colds , Lims Dieemoa ,
otc.nnd Iftiikui In conned ion \\ltli our Dcucl-
liitortrcntmi-nt la nnrriintfdtncuioovorjrcnsu.
A Pico Test ut our olllco purlins. Sent liy
mall on icculpt ot price , & . Smoke Hull , f- ,
j , H10IJC 8MOKEiMj , Co. ,
Itoom 11 Creigliton Ulock , Onmlm , Nob.
The Best and Safest
Vapor Stove Made ,
C. W. Sleeper , bond of St. Marys' Av
Holmes &Smith , South Omaha.
THs beautiful.Hand , now famous in onaot the
most Httractlvomtmmerreiorti niitnoKmorn oomt
lloiln I'limitmiuiuoiMybir. off tba conn of Mnlno ,
betnaim tlio mulnlund unit ( irand Muimn. .
It ham Hhoro fnuitnuo of tlilrljr-nvo mils' , noeiilf
InclentoJ bj nutneroni lur . rhn < ni anil inli'tt , whll
tha Interior nbouuds In lofty nnd tlenionr woudud
hllla that olTor rara charms to tlio lovers of the pic-
' 1 lie ulilH tlmt OTDtlianz tlio ecn for ninny mllon are
truly unind. Tlio view nt Iliuso nilKhtjr nd uwo-lii-
cpirinL'TucUn , toworlnif ttmlziit up out ot the aoa ,
will alone rupiy tlio vlnltur/urtUo Journey tliero.
The Hotels , to bo Opened July I ,
are thn Uncut to tia found oust of no.iton. They are
bvnutlfully ( urnlsUed nnd npnolntod tiuoushnut , n < i
Inbothuxtorlornndtntgrlnrlinruanulr of lloraollk-JX
comfort tin I rulliipmantftoldom to be found.
Tliero aru ROIUU forty mlloof rend < tn the lalttnd ,
nnd the drlTOi are viirloa iiua lntur Htln . Tliu
ntublca urc well eiiulppod with wull-trulned gaddla
niid < 1rlTlnKliorie <
'ItioLoiitlnaund tl' lnenrocxcollont , and canooi
with Indian t ! > Udes , tire ul wuynHt hand.
HOW TO IJKT 10 CA.MrOlIKI.I.O ,
Take tlio iti > : imcrs of tholntornitlonal I.lno. loav-
Ini ! notion Mondiiy\VednBiduv unil Krlilny at SJ1 ;
u in. , urrlvlnu at Knstport tlio [ oliowink' morning at
An annex atcamar connects with nil tonmor nt
Kixtport forCnniniihullo , two nilloi ulitiint.
'Ihostcmiionof Ihe International Line nra now
und aio ilio Hno tcoiiitwlso cto imuri from Ilnston.
ByrallKOTli Itoitoiinnl MnlnoorKnitarnll.lt to
CillHtii thencoby steamer clo'vn fie bomtiful SCrolx :
ilvor , or by c irrlico to i : istport I.M ) nillus.
Ily olthurriiutobaiiKaiie may ba chcckoJ throuna
Vrom Bur Harbor to Camiiobello.
Take stoumur at llur llarhor ( \lHdiliH.Mhuro
c.irilnci'a niiiv iilniiyj be found In roullnorii llrlvo to
liuhec , 24 miles' llionco by ferry to/JiuiiioucllolJ [ (
mlloo. The drive H onsy and ilulltfhtful.
Application for room * m ly bomndeto T.A. UAH-
K'KIl , liotnlmiinncer.nt tliao'llcoof tlio underjlunud.
llhi't'ttted bookn wih | rallrotd and stoiuner tlino-
table * , plans of tlio Intel and ninpjoftlio Uliunl
mar holiad.ns well ni full Infnrniutlon rc'iur.lliu
the property onanpllciitlon to ALKXS. I'OHI'Klt.
nn Manaitor t'ampobollo Island Co.i7 auuoSt. .
lloston , Muss.
W. L. DOUGLAS
RtylUh , Durable , Eauy J'lttliiL' .
Thu hi-btU RhoH In the \Vurld.
W. L. 1IUUUI.AH
_ tlia S3
thied by ether Unas.
SHOE Ton 1JOYS fire * irre t ratltfactlnn. All
thoaUivuaro inado In llutton , ConurRH and iJioo ,
nil ntjrlM of too. 8oM liy 'JOO dralen thouRliout tliu
U. B. If your .Icaler < lwn tint kern them , ernd inmo
on JKWUI to W. I. . DOUflLAH. llrockton.MiiM.
RCU/1DC HE CDAlin " lia * cu"10 tu > "T
DtWAKC Ur rnflUU.knnwItdso that M.ino .
unscnipiitoun ilealem are ofterlni ? ntlier Kuods as
nilim.aml whpit nnkitl why my ntainp Is nut nn thu
Blioeii , ftito that I have uUcoiitlnueil lu u > . Til IS
IH fALSK. Take noun r | irrientd to b * th.
"W , L. IKmglaa hhcwi , " unloM iiiinni , nirruul : < i
nnd iirlcn ur ktainixil cm bottom of iatli
hoe. V.I , . DOlKif AS , Itrockton , Mn .
For sale by Kcllcy , Stlffcr & Co.cor
JDodsre and isth-sts. ; Houry Sargent
eor.Soward and Samulors sta.
A WISE CHILD.
'Uothtr Laura , why do you quarrel with Willlo 7 I thought you irtto playing keep bonia with
Laura Yes , Slamma , I was , but ho would not gctrao a cahoot Sapollo. aud I liad iny liouao-clcan.
lug to do. and I wou't play with him. Ho h not iilco llko papa la to you.
"The branches may bo trained , but not the trunk. _ Teach children the art ol
cleanliness , and how to use
It Is a solid cake of Scouring Soap. Try It. ' No. 14. [ Copyright , March , 1877.J
New Model Law n Mover
Five Sizes. Will cut lilffltcr grass than
any other. J fat no equal for simplicity ,
durability anil ease of operation.
This is tlio latest Improved Ma-
chiiio in tlie Market.
Prices. Send for circulars.
PHIL STIMMEL &CO.
OMAHA , NKIlltASKA.
Slate Agents for Porter's Haying Tool
and Jobbers of Jilndlng Twine.
Lawrence Ostrom & Co.
FAMOUS "BELLE OF BOURBON. "
IB Death to Consumption ,
Chilla and Favon Or Insomnia , and
Typhoid Peyor , Dissimulation ,
Indigestion , Ot Food ,
Dyspepsia , Ten Years Old ,
Feren No Fusel Oil ,
The GREAT APPETIZER
This will certify that I have examined the Bel'e of Dourbon WliUky , received from
Lawrence Ostrum & Co. , and found the same to be perfectly Iree from Fusel Oil and
other deleterious substances ind ( trictly pure I cheerfully recommend the same for
Family uie and Medicinal purposes.
J. P. IJARNUM , M. D. , Analytical Chemist , Louisville , Ky.
For sale by druggist ? , wine merchants and grocer * everywhere. Prke $1.25 per bottle
If not found at the above , half-doz. bottles m plain boxes will he sent to cny address
in the United States on the receipt of six dollars. Express paid to all places east of
Missouri River ,
LAWRENCE OSTROM & Co. Louisville , Ky
Wholesale and Distributing Agents ,
RICHARDSON DRUG CO. , and \
DILLON. Wholesale Liquor Dealers , ] Omaha ,
iedbjQLADZIONE BROS , a } CO. , OmaAdb
Watches , Diamonds , Fine Jewelry , Silverware
The largest stock. 1'riccj the lowcot. Repairing a specialty. Work warranted.
Cor ner Douglas and 15th streets , Omaha. Licensed YVatchm-ikcr for the Union
Pac ificRailroad Companr.
AS BRIGHT1 S DISEASE , DROPSY
& Diabetes are Ciireil bj Ihe Jsafisl Mineral Spilfg Water
Denthi from them uraiarrlncos. Nl cb rio . lrlc-
turoi. proitulo gland , Turlcorolo and hlndder ami
chronicdlsuiiHeicaiipu them aud limit ba cutod by
thQ Auhol Medknl Uurfnu Kuropuun nnd Arucileuri
ipocljl'it ' physlclan'i loculund Interim p"lf net tom.
cill-s or the tutTurert mu Ion. Old i > hyilclun' ndrlce
HuUboolr. with | initlculiir < iimlcutei free HI
ii'Jl Uroadway , Now ifork.
WTS. pttiRlttttdnu *
| . Of
InteHT. t < S tinufimmild. uolhlr | ctirrcnu eV
kftcttiefJL * Ity d ijrlly Ihrouih ill , , , k full rt.lor.
lniiN.m /V..i.i.i i aiul Vltnittiiilirirtih. ilicuic
Curnnl OVJf < llln.i i.i : i'r efuif.li 11,100 In cub.
tilttt il ImprottnitutfOTrrftllnltiir hr'.li. VV&r tti ip f
iaiB > ilyrurtdlnlhn > tin Mbi. kHlnl r rfiphUl4f. i.m : >
1 b * Bicden Eloctria Co. 169 L Sitc | ! . , Chlo.g *
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