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. _ _ _ _ _ _ TUJOMAUADAILY BEE : i1UNDAY , AUGUST 15. 1SSZ. . .
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, THE STATE PROIIIBITION1STS ,
( ' - They Will Bold TheirOonventlon at Liii-
oohn Toinornow1
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HE SALE OF LOTS AT KEARNEY.
An lmmnnso Crowd rrOmtacd at the
J flail Game To.dfty-Pairagut
rust ; to Send flcIcgate
"S to t. Louis.
rvllot Tim iiii's L1NC0L flUJIAU. ( I
. On Tuesday of this wcolc tIm prohibitionists -
, tionists , or rather the bdllevers In pro
) iitton who bolkvo irs St. John and a
little party nil by themselves , hold their
atato convention. The present year ( toes
L not promise to attract much attention In
political liohls , especially in Nebraska ,
but the prohibs propose to hold a convcn
tion and resolve , at least. The now party
deals extensively in resolutions , and they
tome cheap and can be elected by the
! ' convention that places eantLhhatcs In the
held who iiovcr 1101)0 fur victory. The
calling of a state convention , even if itis
1(11 otFyur : , will uiiduubtedly greatly as
. iist In itinintalning the organization and
keeii it U.u for destructive work in the
. natlonul eatnvnlgn. Locally , a convcn-
tI ciii of prolilhitionists was very much do-
rIreI , for there arc it large number fn
* Lincoln who for several years have been
] oud proitibitionlst in public places , who
itst spring smuggled themselves Into the
. democratic CLU1 and stood side by side
with a niajority of the saloons in the city'
In electing Mr. Sawyer mayerof the city.
These prohibs are anxious to get back
into the straight and narrow way again.
'i'o be sure in their action in helping elect
- : IL contracted democrat mayor , they were
4 largely following the Precedent estab-
4 llshed by St. John and a party by the
iamo of rinch , but the fact that the vrcs-
ent reform democratic administration is
a bold pretense of teforin run for the
glory of Sawyer , is so apparent that any
prohibitionist who has respect for the
principles ho professes , feels the necessity -
sity of getting out of the sham camp back
Snto the old lines again. For these rca-
eons the convention of the prohlbitIonist
promises to be largely attended and to
reveal much of the vigor and enthusiasm
that Lincoln prohibs exhibited before
they were sacrificed and sarrIficd upon
the altar of a false god. Judging from
reports received the state convention that
convenes Tuesday wilt be largely at.
tended from over the state as well as
, from the borne contingent. It will be
bold at Temple hail and party leaders in
the city fear that the hail whli not accom-
niodato the delegates. Some of the pro-
fomed prohibitionists who entered
the Sawyer camp last spring , will
speak at this convention and
with ashes on their brows will receive
forgiveness.
liio county convention of the proM-
bitionists in this county was held two
days ago and at this convention ho following -
lowing named delegates were elected to
represent the county in the state eonvcn-
. tion :
H. V. hardy Joseph Southwick , 11. C.
] 3ittenbondor A. J. Cropsy A. N. Wire.
ofl ( co. B. Scinnnr , A.
L. C. humphrey , A. Roberts , L. C. Pace ,
U. E. Uoorno , S. C. London. T. Jenkins ,
Fred A. flovoy , J. A. Rollins , W. U.
Hartley , S. H. King , Geo. W liedriek ,
( ico. E. Bigclow , Rev. ICuidman , Mrs. 1) .
"I 0. Iin , Mrs. Belle U. Bigolow , Rev. C.
F. Creighton , Rev. E. H. Chanin , W. 11.
1'reeott , Rev. A. J. Colvert , M. r4. Tres-
, ter , S.V. . tIillniiin , Louis Jielmer , Forts
Wilson , A. S. Hazioton , F. W. scott. W.
E. Bowers , Robert MeCirtncy and C. C.
Beach. A this county convention that
selected thest , dclcates the party also
, pliteed In nomination a complete county
ticket for the sultrages of the people at
the 1)0118 lU November. This ticket is
inado up of excellent citizens and the
I . - . leaders of the party predict will receive
' a very liandsonie vote. The ticket is :
For commissioner , 0. 5. Hazle-
ton , of Panama ; for treas.
uror , Louts lielmer , of Lincoln ;
for clerk , S. C. Londen , of North Biufl's ;
for recorder of deeds , J. J. Setlor , of
Centervillo ; for sheriff , N. E. Melick. of
Rook Creek ; for county judge , J. A. Rol-
llns , of Lincoln ; for coroner , Dr. Folk , of
Raymond ; for surveyor , N. S. Scott , of
Lincoln ; for clerk of the district court ,
M. Mumphrey , of Nemaha ; for county
superintendent , Mrs. Belle U. Bigolow , of
LiflcOhn.
It will be observed that the ticket is
vcr3' generously distributed among the
coutity precincts , which will undoubtedly
add to its numerical strength. 'rite
county central committee organized with
Louis Hnltncr , chairman ; IL. 0. Bitten-
bender , secretary. and L. C. Humphrey ,
as treasurer.
IIETtJI1N FROM vim sALn.
Coloncl hyde , of the Lincoln News ,
. . Cad C. Pace , auctioneer , and other Lin-
00111 ciUzens who attended the lot nle at
K cy last week , are at home again
an ate ttittt the iale was a great sue-
cess in every particular. Tue generous
manner In which thu sale was advertised
had its good otIect as the purchasers who
V were largely men of means from outside
the clty Mr. 'r. ] ' : . HLIII , of huff &
Perry , hardware dealers at Oakland , Ta. ,
law the advortbeiuent of the sale In the
. JJEE , visited Kearney and was one of the
heavy investors from among away from
home parties.TODAT'S
TO-DAT'S OAX.
'There is no doubt but that to-day's
game of bafl between the borne club and
the Topekas wilt be the largest attended
! g'i ' - exhibltlonofthe national game In the
, history of the state. The past two games
IlavO gone ft long way toward a suspon.
sloe of business In the city during the
progress of the game and a proclamation
compelling business to cease need not M
wondered at. The Journal this morning
hoists the names of the successful battery
Saturday , Swartzel and hoover , as the
proper ticket for 1858. A large numbm
: front over the state have deferred a visit
to the games until to'dtty and the audi
. once will undoubtedly be a magnificent
.
Otto.
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- . . Farragut post. at its meeting Saturdnj
. . evening , disenssett tue proposed trip t
' . . St. Lotus at the Limo of the national ro
nulon and it is probable thtuta
' of twenty-five or thirty from this posi
. will attend thogrent gathering.
- ' Mrs. Sophia hoenp , an Insane woman
" . , will be examined at thin ttistrloL cour
. vocal this morning to allow of her adiuls
slon to the asylum. If the rumors of ho
, bad troattuent at the hands of relative
'l' are investigated some lutorostiug devel
OIIUeUtS may lo made.
' ¶ I'Ite I'coplc's theater , which has beoi
' closed the past three months , will hi
optuneth for tue season , commencing thi
: ; evening , the Ilyors cotorcetcomedy beinj
. thin attraction , and their dates cover ( Li
entire week.
Messrs. Puce & Rhodes ( tie auctioneers
' : lutve the crying of a big lot sate at Sut
. , toit on the 17th. Thu 18th they conduc
a sate at Lake City , Iowa. On the 25t
, rti they have this lot sale of George W
Frank at Kearnisy , and the 27th the ,
have the sale of an addition at Cheyenne
Tue board of public lnud.s and build
jugs have advertised for proposaLs fo
new buildings at the Institute for th
feeble minded at Beatrice.
Mrs. Barr Parker Sr. , of Monuiouti
llh. , is visiting her daughter , Mr
l'lOhli ) ) l'aino , for a few yaoka at iii
home of the latter in this city.
, 'I'hc police force were busy in th
. - . 'early part of the day yesteiIay an
. ' , mtultt a halt dozen , trrtsts In short ordei
. , Down at the 13. & M. depot three or fan
p. ' partii ht'I ' an altercation and nn oh ,
. , . 11110 % who appeared to be .a stranger wi
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badly cut in the head by some kundof an
instrument. His assailant is tinder arrest
together with three other8 implicated In
the fracas.
Dr. J. T. Armstrong , Beatrice' E.
Whitcomb , Iriend ; W. S. Nuhigh , * est
l'olnt ; and It. P. Fuller , Geneva , were In
Lincoln yesterday.
Painless Itegutatlon.
It is no longer a question of doubt-
although the contrary was once believed
-that medicines which proiluco violent
effects arc unstilted to other than despot-
ate emergencies. In other words , that
sniper-potent remedies are calculated to
weaken and Injure tim system rather
titan reform 1t irregularities. Among
medicines of a debilitating cfThct are'
cathartics and choingogucs which copiously -
ously and abruptly evacuate the bowels.
Because It does not do thIs , Ilostetters'
Stomach Bitters are preferable to the
drenchingelass of periatlvos. l'alnless
in Its cireets , it is suhhiciently active to
remedy chronic contIpnt1on. It re-
hieves by invigorating the Intestines , and
enables , not forces , thorn to poforin the
duty imposed upon tlwin by nature. Promoting -
meting the secretion of bile in normal
( htlantitics by Its healthfully stimulating
elThet. upon the liver , it is .mhiiently conS
ducivo to digestion , and contributes in
no sisitill degree to keep the bowels Fog-
ular.
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THE WEALTH OF THE NATION
Amount otCotnlnttie United State
Treasury.
Chicago News : Few persons , perhaps ,
who resti the frequotitly published reports
of tim lisoal operations of the noverntuent
give any couideration to tie vastness
tutu signihicanee of thie operations.Vo
read of the hundreds of millions of gold
iii the treasnrybut how few persons have
any intelligent idea of what is embraced
in the nine figures required to describe
the liabilities and assctts of the government -
ment ? It is only when the atiriferous
contents of the treasury vaults arc
weighed and measured and placed by the
iiltle of articir's ttnd commoditIes that are
dithlsr haiidlcd by the masses that an in-
tehligont comprehension cart be obtained
by the people of the financial strength of
the treasury and the great extent of the
government's liscal operations.
I hind by reference to the latest lUl-
lishetL statement of treasury assette and
liabilities that among the assotts was
$281,090 417 in.gold and tioary $5OOOO. .
000 in silverincluding $31,000,000 of trade
dollars and fractional coin. Taking up
this 221,000,000 of gold and placinp it
on the scales , I find that the gold held by
the treasury weiiied 519 tons , and if
packed into ordinary carts , one ton to
each cart , It would inako a procession
two niiies long , allowing twenty feet of
space for the movement of each horse
nnd.cart.
The weighing of the silver nroduccs
much more interesting results. lttinninr
this over the scales I hod its weight to be
7,396 tons. Measuring it in carts , as in
the case of the gold the silver now held
by the treasury would require the services
of 7,3'JO horses imd carts to transport it
tind would make a processioo over twenty.
one miles in length.
The surplus about winch so much hi
said In the ( tally newspapers amounts to
nearly 47OOOUOO , an Increase of $5,000.-
000 since July 1. Couiited as gold this
surplus would weight 8U totis. Counted as
silver i would weigh l,38 tons.
Each ntihlioii of goldadds 3,685 pounIs
to this surplus , and cacti million of sil-
vet adds 1i8,980 pounds.
Applying cubic measurement to the
treasury gold and silver and piling the
two metals on I'eiinsylvitnia avenue as
cord-wood is piled before delivery to the
purchaser. I titid that the gold would
measure thirty-seven cords and the silver
400 cords , and that both would extend
from the treasury to Four and One-half
strector from the treasury to the pension
ollice in a straight line , and forming a
solid wall 8 feet high and 4 feet broad.
Extending these calculations and corn-
putittlons to the interest-bearing debt ,
equally interesting reslilts are obtained.
Tje public debt reached the highest
mint in August. 1803-just twenty-two
years ago-when it was $2,8Sl,5iO,293.
The gencrar reader will better tippro-
elate the vastness of this sum when informed -
formed that it represents 70,156 tons of
sliver , which would make a procession of
cart.s that would reach from Richmond ,
Va. , to a point twelve miles north of
Philadelphia. the distance it would thus
cover being 260 miles.
The interest bearing debt Is now ( not
Including the Pacific railroad bonds )
$ l,00lOiUStiO , showing that the sum paid
has boon 1,870Ji53,445 , or more than one
half of the total amount and represent-
lug 46,037 tons of silver dollars , which
would extend 154 miles if packed in carts
containing one ton each.
ltcducilig these figures to nbasis where
they may 1)0 intelligently comprohouded ,
and that the rapittity with winch the gov-
eretnent has reduced its bonded debt
may 1)0 fully realized by the general
resider. I find tiltLt the reductioii has been
at the average rate of ( i2,7O6.9S5 each
year , ti,22,581 each month , l7I,18ii each
day , * 7,2 each hour , and $ U20.47 for
every minute of the entire twenty-two
y'ears.
Pursuiti" ( lie calculation to the smallest -
est divisiGe space o time , the bonded
debt of the United States ims been do-
crcMcd at the rate of $2.OO.7 for every
second , or for every swing of the pendulum -
lum , for the entire period from Augut
31 1805 to July 81 , 1887.
r his Is an exhIbition of recuperation
and material progress on the part of the
country and of aterlunir honesty and Integrity -
tegrity on the part of the government
and people that Is without 'parallel in the
world's history.
Delicate discasesof either sox how
ever induced , promptly , thorough'y ' and
I permanently cured Send 10 cents In
stamps for large illustrated treatise , suggesting -
gesting sure means of cure. Address
Worids Dispensary Medical Association ,
603 Main Street , BtilThlo , N. Y
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; , This Interesting advertisement up.
peared in London papers of recent date :
. 1Thie Atarquls do Teuvliio will give an
adttress on Modern French Lyries at the
. next Soiree Victor IlugoParis. and recite -
cite Lazitra and is n original poem in
French. "
CREAM I
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; lt.uo'r1or eIIteit proven in UUoas ol
homes tornioretiittnaquartr of a centur
; t t u.i t- the United StateS Oovrnm.n
e Iy the bt&di of ths Uret IlnITsral
d tlea. a' III. Stronrum. i'urrt and Moit Sleuth. ,
tel. Dr. Frloei the oiily Uskln Powder thai
r contain Ammonia , Lte , orLlurn. ,
50111 .
d POWDER CO. .
a aw Yea vutcAo. z aoeai.
DOUGLAS COUNTY IOE1. .
How It has Been spent 'By the Commis-
tioner.
THE RECORD OF ONE YEAR.
Publication of the County Conitnis-
aionei-s' I'toconditiis - Something -
thing For lexpayers
to Bead.
'fhe publication of thin proc&dlngs of the
Douglas county commissioners for the last
year vhhl be continued In the Ben front ihtiy
to day until completed. For the last eighteen
ontlis the commIssioners huwo negiectod to
gIve atty publicity to their proceedings.
hence the lila : undertakes the publication
for thoboiiejit ofthc taxpayers of this county ,
so that they can see for themselves how the
pcoplo's motley hiss been expended. 'l'hio Bait
to-day Presents Chapter Ii. , of this hiterost-
lug serial , as follows :
Avat'sv 14.
The followIng biils were allowed at the
meeting of thiocointnisslniicrs , August 14
1tO.t ) FUND.
I 4 II P Kiilght , : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00
IT , II TiCtM , work on road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 ( Xi
16 Nnx 'It'rt , halunco to liimngo 803 11. . . 25 hO
17 It. 'i'liohtsohiWork Oil toad. . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 04)
18 1,1. 5. I.iulingtoi , , , 'ork on rotid. . . . . . . . 14 75
it , F . 1)ohorty , work cii road . . . . . . . . . . . . O IX )
24) ) 5. U Work on road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ri so
21 1) . 1' . Itettinitti , wont on road---------- 19 430
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ELI Hunts , wont CIII ront..7 t
liItiil1 ) t'tINi ) .
ir.e v. w. Corliq , catt on freight. . . . . . . . .
157 ( I. ii. 1tOftiIltI lumber. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 431 4 !
) rs Clark liro. , ttek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IiOi
1hJ tv. .1. lti'ottcl , , , IitiOvaro. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Iho J % ViUih , Work on brIdge' . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07 25
( lENflItAi. FUN1t.
550 L. P. Angel , coroner juror ltuhIo .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
87 A. iturmi-Istor , Iron buckets. . . . . . . . 350
8J5 ii 11 lirlglit & Co. , brOOiilH , etc. . . . . . . 1045
s.)9 I , flr&ii , , Juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2(10 (
$40 ( I Itrown , Juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
thu o liuiitlorlt. juror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2(10 (
502 S. Iiurt.rs. jtiror---------------------- a 04)
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iua : Ii : & I. It. It. , In Nob. , charity tickets SI 09
K,4 S % ci Fitch , Joo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 430
Sfl5A ( lrunbeck &Cogrocoiles--------
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sooc. S ( ioodrlchooroiiovjuror . . . . . . . . .300
5447 ri. ilonsel Witness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CI )
bOll l ) 1) . lIoIeJuror..t 200
X89J. M.lloiy , juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ( Xi
80 Adrew .haieny , juror------------------ 2 hi )
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871 P3 ! ItcSnRneJuror------------------- 2 140
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872 C it MiithIeIcl , juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 00
87 J fobra8kn Telephone company , Aug-
iIsttolephoios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i 70
571 Nebraska Fiei cotiipiuiy , coal. . . . . . . 215 430
875 0 1' Nootain , Bti1)phle4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 ( J4
8s I'axtoi , , ( IIIhIIt1llor & Co. , groceries. . 02
877 lIt Quick. juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 0)
575 11 itasniusson , Juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 00
879 lt,1 Saxj , , fiat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 00
8'0 St. Josuphl'8 hopltaI , euro at' sick . . . 44 55
XXI St .loSCIli'A tiOptiuI , care of 8lck. . . 57 5 *
a'hs : OShilvorlok , furniture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii ( Xl
83 Mrs F 1iliiert , , Cure of citihi. . . . . . . . . 5 0)
s44 A 11 Sander , grocerips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 00
saI ) .u Stoelo& Co. groceries. . . . . . . . . . . . 21) ) 67
Sh6 Ii D aholi coroner jutor-------------- 3 ( Xi
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bill 1) W Shell , ctroiior , juror------------- 8 00
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58i V. ' F Schmidt , coroner Juror----------i (10
8111) ) C\VeIIItg , Juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 04) )
51)0 ) 11 (1'Kfl 74035 , labor tax rotuulcd. . . 8 88
8'l ' .1 Ii Miller , juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 00
892 ii ( irob- , boUt ! 10 Ott
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8:3 : ii ( Jicke , millet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 04)
8:44 : Ore , , lie lei ( tibilcai , . sUpiI Io'I---------- 8 45 20
b145 .lno 1uh ( , to htilutico oil account. - - lit ) 24
Adjournet ,
AIJGUs1' 18.
Contract and bond for T. 'r. Brotinati &
Co. , contract for buhidlur received and zip-
ItVCd.
Contract for uiirnishlnit county coal was
awartlcd to C. 13. haven & Co.and clerk was
instructed to draw up contract and bond iii
the sum of & 40.
Following bills were allowed :
IOATIFUM ) .
23 J flulTynalatico on grttdiiig. . . . . . . . . . $ 10 00
21 S McCarthy , balance on grtdlng. . . . . 652 64) )
onsanAr. FUN ! ) .
650 Iioss , plans for retaining wall400 00
Adjourned.
AUGUST 21.
Petition for grading Manderson avenue
taken up and referred to Ceuige .E. 'I'huirto
to view and report.
Matter of Mrs McDona&h regarilinir cer
hihi taxes was taken up and referred to
Richard O'Kecfo to view and report.
l'etltloii r&uarzhiiig belt line bridge os-or
Meteor avenue taken up and ordord ( tied.
Communication of henry Iauiwer regard-
lug certain taxes read and laid over one
5V'ttk.
Bids for grading Military road were tip
and 09)0110(1 ( , and bid of W. F. Ketieloy of
13c per cubic yard beIng the lowest. contract
was awarded to him , and clerk Instructed to
draw up contract and bond in stim of S100 ,
causing said grading to be completed within
forty days.
. Bids br grading Mlhitsry road south of
Timperley's opened , and M. F Kenoloy and
Ed l'lialeii's bats being saute at 50 per cubic
yard , 31. F. Keneley svltlalrew his bid , and
clerk was instructed to draw up contract and
bond of $100 causing salti grading to be coni-
pleto'.i within foity days.
l'etltton for appointment of J' . W. Ebeiter
as lustico of the peace receIved and said
Etmner appoInted.
Matter of road 77 0 caine up. and the
eltiiii : of damages of VIhhiain IIuIier , to-
getlier vithi affidavit of Gustave Beneke cer-
tlfylng that s31d claim laid been tiled within
( line prescribed by law. Road was declared
PtltIlC ) iiocesIty , anti tlauiiagos awarded by
appraiser changed as fohlos's :
.1. 1) . Crelithiton changed front $ ' 40 to $120.
J. 31. l'zirl < ur chauiged trout $ I ) to $17.5.
.1. (1. Cliapinait chauigei Izoin $0J to $250.
\Vizi. Boiler changed troni $100 to 5O.
Coutity clerk was htistructetl to ( traw
vouchers for daniages as cliansed by board.
County clerk was instructed to advertise
for plaits , specihicatious anti estimates for
ciection of county hospital includitig a tie-
iartiiiCiit for Insane , etc.
County cleric was authorized to employ
such help as may be necessary to keep up the
office wQrk at salaries designated by law ,
provided that ( ct's of saul ottlee will varraiit
the sauiit , and clerk is Instructed to take a receipt -
ceipt for all iiioiioy Paid by him for clerical
or ( loptity servIce In hIs olilce , and the actIon
of said clerk is hereby approved as far as tlte
cmploymneimt of hem In time past is coticennod.
Following accounts svero allowed :
ItoAl ) FUND.
25 Oliver ! Chancy , grading Texas
) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! 20
24 flKalworicDn coal----------------- 4800
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27 Ed hiurmiu , grading B. 10th st--------
28 1. ) U Urown. graditig SVost Farnam
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20 C Blot.zo grading--------------------- jozj
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IItIIOa FUNU
112 J Oilzuzey , work on bridges. . . . . . . . . . $ 21 03
( iIINEUAI. FUND.
857 MrsSwardearootulck------------- 03
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6)s i ( Jrobo. baz1i (10
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two J 11 lirunortoziohera. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 00
Adjmrned.
lilds for itrading court house grounds were
opened as follows :
John Peterson , at 21c per cubic yard.
M. Dully at 1c POt cubic ) 'ard.
Stuht & nmih , at l6cper cubic yard.
Katx& Callahan , at 19 9-We percublo yard.
McKinrey & lhahl.at 129cc per cubic yard.
'Ilie bidet I'oterMcCanu was rejected on
account of haviugno ( lelIoslL
The bitt of MeKinney & hail being the
lowest , coiitr.ict was awarded them , and
clerk lnstnicted to draw Ui ) contract and
[ 'end of $100.
Contractandbontl of M F. Kenaleyfor
grading MilItary road was approved.
Conitty treasurer was directed to cancel
the personal assessment of the Chlcao &
Nortiiwestern passeneer and freinhit otiIoo of
Third precinct In Omaha for 1SS on account
of hoinit assessed In Western Trunk line as-
tOsSWIIUL ;
Ibid TJ C was declared located and estab-
hlsbed.
FollowIng accounts were allowed.
( ia.'i-ai.u. : FUND.
000Dr L ii. Dzirrow , witness nod post-
iflMter------------------------------7 24) 00
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( ' 01 SVci. Coburu , sherltf's fees. . . . . . . . . . 502 LX )
nntnoz FUND.
153 0. % V. Flnnrobnildlng bridge onPon-
cacrock----------------------------- $ 5000
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Adjourned.
AUOUST2S.
Conununkatlon front D 11. VIteeler regarding -
garding thtti arnIntn1ent of deputy sherltfs
anti consLibles during "lair week , " read and
referred to Mr. O'KeeFe.
CommunicatIon from D IL Wheelar to-
'arding $ herman avenue was road and to-
ferred to Mr. 'l'inimue.
Communication from IL lLatiwar rogird-
ln crtaln taxes ordered stied.
Communiealloi * from J. O Cowin regstrc-
log a bill of lees of laniel O'Connell was
read , and clerk Instructed to refer same to
Mr. OConneil.
Comnitinication from Daniel O'Connell ro
ranting the lezudug of a crtun building In
13OUth Omaha wea read , and elerk lnstrwied
tonotity said ( YConnehttogtyeup and va
tmte said building.
'etitIon of John Conway and othsrs risk-
. lint for a change of voting tlaCO. In Union
pr'dnct noati ( tint urderejl LibeL . , .
Jiis forgtadthg.UUII&y road at Auple.
-y ; were oeiied , aud . . IIllotor bidding
to do said gradiniL at 4C t' ' r cub 'fttti on
ldri of hill , and 140 Per 01mb yarti on hill , S.
S. Whit bidding to ( to ss.id guidIng at 18c per
cubyard on side of lull and lull.
'rie bid of L J , ililleter being ( lie lowest ,
coimiract was let to Itini. .
huts for grndhng auth hhlilugovot- culvert on
milItary real ( WOfO 01)011(01 :
Joliti McMahon , at 14c er cubic yard.
Olesoii 11a lirIggs , at U.'c . per cubic yard.
31. F. Koneley , at .ltc per cubic yard ,
H. We18e , at l'Sq per ctmblc yard ,
'l'hue contract was let to .iohiti 3lcMahomi ,
'rite bitis tot' zrrziduiig couility road north of
Loncrgan's ssere OpIziiel ( , anti lucre being
only cite bidder , Lotus ' 1 hiommias was ns'zsrtIetL
tile contract at lie Iii South llohlowauid 10c
In North hollow.
County treasurer waS directed to redo
tue PorSimaI tax ot lietiry 1tahsen for 18
froni $43 to iso , accouflt of cinor In assess-
Ilulhilt.
Following bills wore allowed :
1ilciI , FUN ! ) .
S , lohn llnnic1htchinit..5 , Ci ) 25
7 John iinnna , ( IltCblilW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 55
OUNNI1A ! . rUSt ) .
4302 Cloy A imrowncomphhud statutos. , , , 80 00
4303 Dousmas Co Jtgi Ut ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,411 ILI
4301 itt ! Ihuituphitey , juror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 01) )
14r , .1 H Johnson , grocerieS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i 25
4306 LSUoedjunor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
hold ) FONt ) .
.33 II ( Itithiard , cash refunded on road
dopositi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 00
31 EII Joluiison , grading In % 'niloy pro.
elect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (127 0 *
: t Eli Jotiiison. gtmmlnl ( on nwt---------- too 00
.33 0 it hlawes , comiur rOSA ) 11 * tJ. . . . . . . . 7 ( ' (1
:11 : 0 II lhiiwe , coizimer road US 0. . . . . . . . 7 ( Xl
:15 : (3 ( II I huwes , appr. routi ( ' 3 (1. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 04) )
1 ! o H hIawes , aptir. noadS7 U. . . . . . . . . . . . 3 444)
8T it'Ihoinomi , work on rotul. . . . . . . . . . . . 25 30
35 li4) 1111(115 , grttdhnur 8 lOtb St. . . . . . . . . . . . 155 88
710 It II 110150 , work ott road. . . . . . . . . . . . . II (40
41) ) .iohn 'l'ower , work on ronO. . . . . . . . . . 16 50
4 I I I Stiti , ( Oil , git&h I ti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11) 00
42 C Tlete , gi-adtmig. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07 28
43 , lolimi Ilobeti , work ott road. . . . . . . . . . . 11 00
44 .1 lttlmzios grading. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3 ( CU
4 : , U I' i.1ilit . s. graIhlitI2. . . . . . . . . . . 40 ( 442
4 , ; .1 1) Crelglttomi , duilitigo on raii , 77 (3 129 04)
47 J N t'airker , tltIIlit1o : Oil roll ) ) , 57 O , 175 00
48 J U and M P Chapman , daningo Ofl
roztd,77C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250CC )
49 ! Viu hUller , ( ilittlagO on roiul , 77 C , . . 51) . ) 03
50 W .1 Notmntnpiiiztlstr rotii , 57 0.'I tO
51 01 54 hionhhm , , itppralsor rotul , 570 . . . . . 11 83
52 it i forum , , aiiralcor , iOati.ti ) (3. ( . . . . . ii 00
53 J It iiuttoi' , np(1rttl4Or road , 433 C . . . . 3 04)
01 Olbbon & COtCIU1IU ) , nepalt'ng !
grndci. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 045
05 Jl lity , somber. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 00
5(1 NoisErzi 4tuifacttmnl:1g , , : Company ,
inhicillito supplie8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241 0.i
lull iOC ) POSit.
1414 S S Wilt , work on bridgei. . . . . . . . . . . . 44 ; 00
145 * 1' Wahlunwnrkon bridges. . . . . . . . . . . Ii 50
IbiliV .1 Iuic.zach , bolt'i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 54) )
107 ChIcago i.uinbur Colnhlauly , lumber. 1 21
168 GrIppe & liulubridgo , work on
briiigc , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 03
160 H Simiioiisoii , mttls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 00
Adjourned.
SitPTiUIiIiEtt 1.
Iteport of I , N. 1'lerce , superintendent of
poor fanmmi for mitomithu of Augtmt , mzioi. (
l'etition amid bond of 11. Guodhard to sell
liquors iii Elkimorn , read aiiti laid over two
weeks.
l'ebthtIOfl from S. P. Mercer anti others ,
praying for establishimnotit of curb lhiiu
on 3lercer avenue , read amid laid over.
Following accounts vcru allowed :
iiTcii ) FUN ! ) .
S Corliss & Johnoi , , 4)ltcblnsr. . . . . . . . . . . $ 314 60
II Win hopper , ditching. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6243 2) )
llOti ) FUN ! ) .
57 N it Cowlo , work ott root ! . . . . . . . . . . . . S 21 35
f,8 ii P Emuitilit , gradliig S 13th St. . . . . . . . . 431 00
50 Ia E Simpson , work on road. . . . . . . . . . . 41 t5
) iltiIU trust ) .
170 L II Simpson. work on brIdges. . . . . . $ 2' ) 50
( ztNaitA.i. : i'UNi
(1,07 C icrobs , juror. . . . . . . . $
008 141 A liebort , county phi'siehitit's
August salary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 00
Adjourned ,
Si1'TUSitiitit 4 ,
Conmniunicatiomi from wartteiis anti vestry-
liii ) ) ) of St. Barnabas parish in rotrd : to cancellation -
collation of taxes ott church property , read
aiid tiled.
Cotmhlmhtmnhcatlon fromi : Welsliaii'u & McEwan
and others , recommiuhbtihing Charles Itoss br
posItion ior supenititenilent of coustiuctlon
of ietatnin& vahl , read atuL tIled.
Comminittimicatlon fromu : registrir : of first dis-
trieS of liftti want In reezird to chanFitig ho-
cation ( If o1ls of first district of 111th ward ,
read : uiid lihod ,
Coimmitmunlcatlomi front the Columbia brtdto
eotiijiany iii reLtart ( to building bridge at
Florence prechneL read and liicd.
Contract anti bond of MclClntioy & lislE
for grading court house grounds , received ,
approvetl : und tiled.
Itesoltitlotis admtOI. ( ( . -
1)lrecting tre.lsnrur tocancel lease on v
lot 8 block 21 In city of Omaha for 1551 , so-
count church property.
llrecthng sheriff to employ six deputies
during fair week ,
Appointing Charles Iloss superintendent
of retaining vahl at $100 per iiionth ,
111sf el tiatiios selected frotmi which grand
auitI petIt Jurors are to be drawn.
'rite following accounts vero allowed.
foul ) FUN ) ) .
00 John McMrihon , on neot gradinF. . , . 5 75 00
61 C H Ilawog. commissIoner road 10 U 00
es C Ii liziwes , commissioner road
10 ; C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 00
03 l'arlln. Oron'lorf & Martin , scrapers 19 SO
04 Wood & Ilaneroft , grading Mercer
ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V)36 10
65 John Gutbol. supervisor. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 00
643 Slinoit ! dcCarty. work on road. . . . . . 11 00
67 H R Avery , account grading--------- 61 50
68 8 S Swill , grftdiitg---------------------- 6) Ill )
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
0t' ' 0 Ii firown , grttding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84) ) 00
) iiiiiI ! ( irust , _
lii it N Iiisliop , wont oii bridge. . . . . . . . 25 00
172 000 A ) loagtnnd , lumber . . . . . . . . . . . 403 04
173 ET Duke , bolts , 0(0 ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 2i
174 Johii SicMain , YOik Oil bridge------ 3 13) )
175 .lohn SlIt , worX on bridge. . . . . . . . . U
I6 John tolitnty , work on bridro . . . . . 8 54)
o11NEttT. FUND.
430' ) Susan Langdoii , nurse poor farm . , 24) ) 00
Sb t.yditi Cltboi , , cook poor Tirii. , . . . . . 20 01
Oil Nora nogliti , coolt poor ( arm. . . . . . . . 18 00
(412 Iianiiit iiansoii , inunit0448 poor
farm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 00
013 1) (3 ( MObs , nut-so noor farii------- 20 0) )
4314 hJitus Skew , work at Poor faniri 15 0' ' )
illS Christ hiunseil , work at poor farm. 17 00
Oil ) NrS 1 N Ptorco , matron poor tarot 25 hit )
till I N i'lorco , cast , OXICflIOtt. ( . . . . . . . . . 25 75
9144 1 N t'icrco , eUiOillItOIidOIit pOOr
farm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 00
sIlo ! Vi. Coburn , boarding prisoners 1465 54)
4324) ) Win. Coburn , Sflerilt'S foes---------- 110 44) )
¶ 4121 henry ! ) Itzeii. groceries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 80
hits. J .1 I'omnts.workonreeoi-O. . . . . . . . . . . . 123 oo
923 1F hironnan & Go , , material for re'
taming wttlt------------------------ 1,270 00
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tet J ii llrunor , August sainry. . . . . . 127 Oil
I)2r , } TI Bright & Co. , undr1es. . . . . . . . . . 4 00
0241 .iotin AlinanSon , witness. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 00
4327 Ii & Ill It It in Neb , charity ttckots 21 51
021 hugs .c ; ! saac , glaiWaro . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 20
¶ 1243 F tiandbatmer , hahlilt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 00
113) Ci-eoden & Lat.ensor 3d choice plan
for retaining wail------------------ 50 00
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901 Clark Pros & Co. , coffee-------------- 75
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -
sari Clark tlroe , , Jc Go , , colfoD. . . . . . . . . . . . C 75
1433 H. Pablo & Co. , shoes---------------- 5 so
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
934 1)owney &Duify. grocerIes. . . . . . . . . . 6 75
asi John C flrexsiooronor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 04)
91)5 ) Ia Si Enowohi , groceries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 87
93 ! ii A PowlerZd 080100 plans retal mug
wait--------------------------------- 5 00
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1138 D Fltzpatrickgaaflttlng-------------- 20
1519 0 S GoodrIcb , sundries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (14) (
540 A Oranback & Co. groceries---------- 0 00
gil Oarneau Cracker Cobread---------- 27
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bib ( llbsonMiilor & Biehaiduon , station-
Or----------------------------------- 5800
4343 Wm Gentleman , grocories------------ I 8 80
- - - - - - - - - - - -
OR A Craver , tractng cloth------------- is io
- - - - - - - - - - - - -
thIS A 1 ! Itowehl , plants for poor farm. . . 10 (40 (
948 0 H Hawes , dop Co surveyor - - - - - - - 5.3 04)
4317 .1 It Johnson 4 Co. grocorios-------- H 70
g48 Kuhn & Co. drugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 7(1 (
1149 Satifll MaxhiamwiLness---------------- 2 04) )
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
150 F It Moores. chants ticgets---------- 17 CI )
9.51 tiP ore.5CO. eheotijig------------ 2 75
- - - - - - - - - - - -
0.52 11 C Narkel , grocerles'--------------- . (10
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
tm .u a 'IiIilCr , jaulor----------------------- hI ) 00
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
954 James Sdohrwork at porfariu. . . . . 20 00
ins NO'JIrIen , wltIIeMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (1)
1456 I'orter Urns , rr000rles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
4357 Win i'roton & Co. bran' ' . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 00
ss tO 1) Pratt , tahoe juror----------------- a
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1450 PIllion , ( lalltirher , .t Co groceries. . 11 0th
4300 I'aton , ' ( iftulagher ft Co groecrlwu. . I 8 23
961 1' J Qucaioy. IIOSp , . . , . . 43------------- 22 50
9(12 (3 ltlewo collins. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 00
OO3TSwiftjuror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800
(4415 lit Svacina , mtroceries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 02 51
( XIS I ) C Sutpiien , juror-------------------- 14 0)
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
hIM John SebrooSor , harness . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 55
94)7 Chits Shiverck , table for district
court. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00
SOSJaeobItTroicl. wino. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 611
tie , John 0 Thomas , rent fCIv4poor. . . . . . . 17 00
970 U I' It ltclzarlty . 14 Xi
tlcket4.4-----------
4371 ! VitbnoU Urol , inasonr . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 44)
vr2 World Pub.Condvertislng. . . . . . . . . . (4 50
1473 W N wjiitney , shoes..u 25
574 Watrioo Creamery Cobutter------ 20
t175 J N Phillips , WOhitti tee. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (40 (
070 Ed Yatoscoroneelnquoat. . . . . . . . . . I 00
97T
gTh
14472 I Coronere inquest
4380 I fees $1 each.
981 I
t1 to 10.55 inclusIve
i Milton itogeru ft 8on , manuscript .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' )
iO7 Nebraska Fuel Co. coal . . . . . . . . 207 55
1038 Win Coburn , rent house , South
omaha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 07
ioa Ii Orobo pay II liolin balilif's feeS. . 18 ( Xl
lOb 3 Gotinan " " juummitor. . . . . . . 50 00
5041 55 Lahey 4' 4' engineer. . . . . . Ni
11th ! 13 J.ZeIiy " " 500
, janitor--------
10343 A U lteaOjuror. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400
Adjourned.
Continued To-morrow.
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In traveling , use a few drops of
Brown's Ginnor In tb water you drink.
. Frederick rowu , Pliiiad&phla , , , ' All
druggIsts It. , , . .
, , , , , , ;
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A LOSING GAMES
LiVELY CHAT WITH A WORKINGMAN -
MAN IN MINNEAPOLIS.
What Ho Said in Regard to Something
Which Troubled Him for a Long
Time and How lb Cot
Bid of It.
"All right" said abriRlit , rudtly.facod young
man with a clear voice. lie vmis dressed as it
'sum'klngniun , end atomd In front of the now
hiouso of Ziimuinormnan , the titiller nit SIxth ave.
title , abovt , lilgittoetitit street , ) iumiOIipOl1 , Ito
hail for a uilomont ) Ut ahi1o his cuirpenton's
too1. The poaker was WilhitlIn IL lieskoth ,
Ilk ) Fifth avenue , S. , MIfluiOiii'ollS.
'I
i4b
L , .
w o.'a J )
- t \ \
' 'All rlirht , " 74r. Ilesketim continued , "of
coum'so Ion't you see 1 tim titdo to do my tiny's
work wIth any or themuit I don't think I WflS
et'or better Izi muy Ilte titati I am 3ust at the
iJiosent thuito. "
"I heard that you wore In a bad way. "
"Well 1 IzatI to give tit work , mind I wn.s losing
lily strength pretty last A hittlo ever a month
ago I was a toterably decided kInd of an invmttlL
I iutitt hall czttnrmim for two years SItu had boon
entirety ititablo to check 11. It canto on front a
cold limit ) settleti Iii my throat and Ilings. My
tiirOitt got so euro thtit I could huimtily out tiny-
thing at all. My nose was stopped tip nmnl I
collitI Only breathe tlmrougii my mouth. 1 11(1(1
at ) ml ! ll1ist ( continual 3t1n In uui' lu emi1. I
coughed frequently mimI was ullwnyS i'alsltig
plmlogm , I could tool the muoous dropuing
tiown the back jamt of my thromut. 1 went to
two or three doctors. One of them tried to
clear my throat out with flfl electric battery.
'rhey trioS various romnodios on nm , but I got
woI'e all the tune , and I got womse fast , too. I
bectummu Yoitk and ( IIscourigoi. ( lIt ) ' iutin was
tilluiu..t uuiioaratIo. , Ono morning I road In the
lUtmCrs of a case ot catmirrh which intO booti
pm'omItm heed Incurable , mind which ) ) r _ McCoy
lilt ) ) cured. I wont to sue hini , lie told tee that
my cntmtrrh lid 1)000100 chronic , tin ! that It
mnl4rht ( aim three nmontim to cure time. 5'ell , I
% 'ent uuidor his treatment. lOut little over a
iiionih has asSeiI , muid I limivo gained n'
streuith imnd tmpmvtlte , I have Ut ) inoro cough ,
no inure raIsing of piilcgmmt , 110 IOOVC
)3limi ) ( lit n13- head or lummirs , fly throat
mmd nose nrc PerfectlY clear and I
breathe easily. I Ititvo no nioro or that tired ,
Ihiloasy feeling , atiul I sin able to old as hearty
a4 'stumtl mind tin as good it iay's work as any
ililtul lii tOWul , nuti I consider mysolt oumptoteiy
cured. "
SNEEZING CATARRH.
What It Xesns , How It Acts and
What It is ,
You srezo whomi you got up In tlo morning ,
you try to sneoi.o your nose oil every timno you
are exposed to tiio least draft of tmir. You have
a fuhinoss over the front of the forehead , and
time hose loels as though there was a piui In
each nostril which you eminimot dislodge. I ott
blow your nose until your ears crack , but It
don't do any good , and time only result is tOut
you 6uccoed in getting ut , a vary red nose , and
1'ott SO Irritate the Iluming mombraao of that or-
gum , that you are unable to breathe throub It
ut milL T1m18 is a correct and not overdrawn
picture of iii , acute attack of czitarrh , or
"SneczingCaturrlm" as it is called.
Now , what does tiis condition indicate ?
First , a cold that causes mucus to bo poured
0(11 IJy ( ho gizmnds in the nose : then those dis-
oacl.glands are attacked by swnm'tns of little
gernie-the catarrh get'm-timat floats In the
air in a locality where ( lie duioaXO Is lirovalont.
'i'iieao anlinatculao , in their cliorts to lind a
loilgmnont , irritate time ihensItivo membrnno liii-
lug time mloso , itliti nature umidertukos to rid
herself or Umoin by producing a itt of snoozing.
\'imen the nose bocomimes tilled with thickened
atill diseased mucus the natural channels tar
time iiitmmiiietion of air into the lungs Is interbred -
bred with , and time icromt so ohtected iiiust
broatimo through time monilmnnd by such moans
time throat booomnes parchot and dry , snoring
Is producoth and then tile catarrbai dIsease
gains ready access to the throat ammO mungs.
PALPABLE SIGNS ,
By Which a Presence Undesirable is
Made Known.
Wiion caiarrb has oxlsled In the head and
upper part of the throat for any length of
dine-time patient living in a district wlmoro
people are Subject to oatarrhal aitoction-and
tiiotiIeltSO has boon left uncured , time catarrh
Invurlublyeoznetlmesslowiy. extends down the
windpipe and Into time bronchial tubes , which
tube convey time air Into dlfforouit parts of thio
lungs. 'Ilto luhes become aflectod front the
swellltmg mind the IIXUCUS arIsing from catarrb ,
utul In seine Instancee becomno so plugged up
that time alt cannot got in as freely its I
Bhouid. Shortness of brOimtti fo1iow. anti tIio
imatlent breathoiwith labonand dhlllcuhty.
The lftlfl which acconipanlea thIs condition
is of alull , cliaructor , felt In time chest , behind
the breast bone or under time riumoulder olade
The pain may come and go-list a tow days
mini ! then be absent for several otimors. The
commhlm that occurs lit the first stages or bron-
chIst catarrit is dry , comes at intervals , Is hook.
lng in character , tint ! usually most trouble.
solute In ( ho morning on arising or going to
hod at milght , and it mntty be the first evidence of
the disease extending into time Iung&
domnetimos ( lucre are iits of cotighmg Induced
by the tough mucus-so violent as to cause
vomiting.
A weak stomach and adislike for food causes
time patient to think ho has a disease of the
stomach , h&isteftd of the lungs.
DOCTOR
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Late ofBellevuellospital , N.Y
lbs offices In
310-311 RAMGE BUILDING
Cor. 15th and Jiarney Streets ,
Omaha , Neb.
Whore all curable cases are treated with sue-
cuss. Medical disease. treated sxlltutly , Coo.
sumptiolt , ilrlgbte Dmsi-miga , DujepsIa , Itheu.
muitisin , and aU NERVOUS IlSKASE4. All dl-
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OONSIJLTATLdN at 0111cc or by mall $1.
Otflce hours : 43 to ii am , ; 2 to I p. ni. ; 7 to
g p. m Sundays Include-i.
Correspondence receives promlipt attentIon ,
MmtnydlseMes are treated successfully by Dr
McCoy through the niii , rind it is thus ( lobS ! .
blo for those unalloto make atournev to ob-
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imotnis. No letters uinwored unIei accompa
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Small instruments at correspondingly low prices ,
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