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THE OMAHA DAILY BBEr SATURDAY. APRIL 14 , 1888 , 5
PUT HIM TO WIPING ENGINES ,
BhamofUl Trontmontof a Fanner By
the Burlington Pooplo.
A VALUABLE LESSON FOR SCABS.
Cutpntilc Dclny of tlio Slate 1'rliitcr In
Infilling I'ubllo DocuiiicntH
Grant County OrRnnlzcil
frnoM TUB nr.B'8 MSCOI.N ttmiuv. ]
Mr. W. Ilcynolds , llvinj ; near Abbott on
tbo line or tlio H. ft M. , called nt the Hr.r of-
flea niul related Ills experience ns nn engineer
with tbo Iturllngton rend Mr. Reynold *
stales that early In March ho was at the fitn-
tion at Abbott and ho reiniirhetl to the agent
tlmt ho was nn engineer. 'J'lio n cntlold him
the condition of the strllie and thut n permn-
nont place could bo given him running an en
gine , and to corroborate his statement held
Converse with Lincoln over the wires. A
few duys thereafter Mr. llcynolds received n
dispatch from thu master mechanic at this
place , J. C. . Salisbury , oayliiR : "Can usoyou
If you como nt once. " Upon this showing
Reynolds sold his team and stock and pre
pared to renew his life as nn engineer , bring
ing his boy to Lincoln with him. Arriving
hero ho states tlmt the maslcr mechanic told
him that they were short of engines hut that
ho would put him to work as n mechanic.
From that time on until he quit he was em
ployed about the round house , and , as ho
says , promised daily to bo given nn cngino
and set to work. Tills was along in March
and n few days ngo iio began to think thut ho
was not being used as agreement and
Investigating ho found ho was down ns n
wiper. Ho finally demanded that
ho bo set to work as agreed or that they pay
him 6(1 ( and In a day or two ho pot his tlmo
check that showed lin was entitled to $1.J3 ! a
day , his check for the time ho worked in
April , netting him $9.12. To say tlmt ho was
indignant at the way ho had been used Is ex
pressing his fcelingH in a mild manner. Ho
line ! sold Ills stock , tils team and his grain to
become n putt-lot for tlio liurlington. Ho
had been to the expense of board tor lilmsolf
and boy and had drawn in exchange $1.25 n
day , nnd after thirty days was turned loose
to get homo as bust ho could. Mr.Hcynolds In
relating his experience said that ho could not
understand why Iio Imd bi'on so treated ; ho
said that ho stated when they employed him
that Iio had been nn engineer on the Illinois
Central road eighteen years ago running out
of Carbondale , 111. This ho says ho can
lirovo at any time , and ho was promised on
these credentials n permanent position us on
engineer. When ho left the oflleo ho was fear
ful that tlio road would not cash his check
and let him huvo enough to get homo on. His
experience may bo profitable to some of the
scabs who are now running on the road , nnd
ho wants the public to know how ho was
Tlio public printing of the state , as it has
been conducted the past two years , is as Door
public service as could bo possibly devised by
any Htato in the land. The secretary of
Btnto Isjust nttho present time engaged in
Bonding forth the house journals of the last
session of the legislature that closed its work
ono year ngo. Three months' ' tlmo was
nmplo and as long as other states require to
get the legislative record before the public ,
but In Nebraska the pcoplo have had to wait
a twelvemonth for something that should
have boon before thorn nine months ngo.
This Is n record of delay wretched enough ,
but nt the same time that they arc distribut
ing the now ancient house journals , they are
sending forth the proceedings of tlio Nebraska -
braska state horticultural society for 1SS5-0 ,
which have but recently been received from
the printer. In this instance the publication
is two years old before it meets ttio public
gaze. The records of tlio state board of agri
culture were almost us ancient before they
were given out by tlio slow-moving public
printer and it is very evident that if the
money spent by the state for these publica
tions is to bring any practical good to the pee
ple. reform is necessary. People do not care
to read ancient lituraturo and them is no
reason why the printers should not be made
to do their duty in their work.
ADDITIONS TO TUB 1I1UTIA.
The adjutant general has issued orders al
lowing tlio organization of militia companies
nt Omaha and North Pltittc.
Governor Tiiaycr yesterday issued the
following proclamation , organizing the
county of Grant : Whereas , A largo number
of tlio citizens of the unorganized comity of
Grant have united in n petition asking that
said county bo organized , and that James
Forbes , Thomas U. Lynch and Uornnino A.
Wostovor , bo appointed special county com
missioners , and .John S. Dollinger bo
appointed special county clerk of
Bald county , for the purpose of forming a
temporary organization ; and the temporary
county seat ho located on tlio south-west
quarter of section six (0) ( ) , township twonty-
thrco CJI1) ) , range thlrty-olght ( It1 ? ) , of the
sixth (0) ( ) p. m. ; and it appearing that the
snld county contains n population of not U'ss
than "W inhabitants , nnd ten or more of said
petitioners uro taxpayers and residents of
said county ,
Now therefore , I , John M. Thaycr , gov
ernor of the statoof Nebraska , in compliance
with the memorial of said petitioners and by
virtue of the authority in mo vested by sec
tion 1. article 2 , chapter 17 , of the compiled
statutes of Nebraska , do liorcuy declare said
county of Oraut temporarily organized for
the purDoso of eftccting u permanent organ
ization nnd to appoint and commission the
persons nbovu named as the Hixvlnl county
commissioners , nnd tlio person above named ,
the special county clerk of said county , and
. , dodcularutho place nbovo described as tlio
I' temporary county scat of said county.
| l C'lTV mtllU'H.
Work has boon commenced on tlio now
Woods Block on Eleventh street. It will boone
ono of tno most expensive business blocks
erected tills year.
Tlio appropriation for the grounds of tlio
cnpitol building can soon bo drawn upon and
the work of improving them will bo com-
inoncid early in the season.
Two alarms of tire called out tlio llro do-
prft-tmont yohtcrduy , ono on it street and
ono at Twelfth and U. The damugo in botli
cnscs was light.
The question of what material to use for
paving m Urn now districts is now agitating
the property owners who have to pay for it ,
and a number of meetings have been held.
Tlio Fifth district is the last to call a gatherIng -
Ing for discussion.
The trains are running very smoothly on the
liurlington. Yesterday moruhiK's p.it > scngcr
tralu from Omaha , when running nt full
speed , discovered a freight train coming
to warn It on the main line near Docriiehl ,
Only tin ; fact that thu track at thut point was
straight prevented a serious smashup ,
John Shaffer , the Kearney couuty mur
derer confined In the jail of this oounty , wui
taken to Mlndun yesterday lor trial. Tills
in his second trial , and results from the re
versal of the former decision by the supreme
Tlio rule of onn'and a third faro has been
made by the roads in the state to dulegatct
to thu different etuto conventions , Tlu
hucksters of tlio road will pay the same fare
ns usual that is they will riiUi free ,
The local ofrcbiU | of the H , & M. declare
, that they never had a better class of nice
thun those pretending to handle engines whc
are now employed. The usual wreck in tin
yurils hcix ) yi'blcrjay uddctl cmphusls to tut
A. I'Y ' > J'ninlly
It. W. Fnutos Is the name of a man who h
.tho proprietor of n restaurant at Twenty
eighth und Fnruum sticotb. His next dooi
tujlghbora are named Fin tiny , and between
the head of the latter family a coolness hai
existed , which yesterday terminated iu Fin
tiey coming into Frukes' place of buslncv
and attempting to mop the floor with him
Ho met with very poor success and was being
ing done up in elegant style when Mrs. Fin
ncy dropped In , and noticing that her licgi
lord was not coming to the front in gooi
style , ilew back homo and resurrected tin
family hulchct , and returned Just in time U
lieur Mr. Finnoy beg for mercy. She ndvlset
him to "hold Inn grip , " and Hailed iu , and ii
n very few moments Mr , Frakcs looked ilu
worte for wear. Ill * nasal organ was brq
ken. bus eycn blucki'iiod and hU head brulsot
In nineteen places. Then to cap the climaj
of his woes , the Finney family had Frake
irxtito J. for disturbing the peace.
TIH3 GUN WAS rOAI)13I > .
Private HHghCR Accidentally Stiot Uf
Thursday nftcrnoon nt Port Omaha an
almost fntul accident occurred.
Cnptnln Keller , who commands com
pany G , was putting his company
through the skirmish drill , anil at the same
tlmo company V , ot which 1'rlvnto Hughes Is
n member , was marching In fours. Tlio com
mand "Fire ! " wan Riven by Captain Keller ,
and the charge struck Hughes nbovo the hip ,
turning Win .almost to n right about face ,
and proceeding on Its deadly errand , Just
grared Private George Whistler , who was on
the left of Hughes , raising a largo blue lump
on the loft arm.
When Dearer saw Hughes fall ho cried
out , "Oh , my God' ' " nnd Hung the musket
from him. Hoth Oe.irer nnd Williams were
confined to the guard house As the matter
stands , It is said the deplorable accident
would not have happened had the ofllcer
commanding company G given the command
open "breech locks. " DM js'ronslstent with
the regulations and military tactics.
On Sunday morning Private Oearcr was
placed on guard , nnd was relieved Monday
morning. Having obtained n thrco days'
pass ho look n trip to Lincoln to look after
some property recently purchased by htm.
During the short Interim between his return
from Lincoln and going out to drill , ho had no
occasion to use his gun. Private W illlams , of
the same company ( G ) mounted guard Mon
day morning with his own gun. Later in the
day ho went to his quarters , und leaving liis
gun took Gearer's. When ho came oft guard
ho placed Gcarcr's gun in the rack , and neg
lected to withdraw the fntnl messenger. The
accident occurred at I : ! 10 p. in.
Private Hughes sent the kindest ot mes
sages to .lamos Gearcr , telling him
not to fcol badly about the shootIng -
Ing , ns ho well understood that
Gearcr was the last man In the world to bo
blamed for It. Gearor , in responding to tlio
wiirm-hcarted nnd thoughtful message , ex
pressed his intense sympathy nnd wished to
know If there was nn thlni ; ho could do that
would probably comfort him ; also express
ing n dcslro to obtain the services of some uf
the city doctors.
The condition ot the wounded man at pres
ent is weakness from great loss of blood , but
ho has full possession of his reasoning pow
ers and talks freely and with much feeling
f lumors run riot in tlie blood nt this
season. Uood's Su'sa ; ) > arillu expels ev
ery impurity and vitalizes nnd enriches
Still Boycotting tlie "Q" nt South
Omnliii Another Scrap.
The light iu the "Q" stock business at
South Omaha continues and those who doubt
the influcnco of shippers in injuring the
road's business huvo only to look at the rec
ords of yesterday and the few days previous
to have their opinions shattered. Twenty
cars ot stock were yesterday ordered of the
U. & M. ngcnt at tlmt point for n shipment
of cattle to Chicago. Friends of other roads
who do not wish the Chicago , Burlington &
Quincy any more luck than is nbsolutkly nec
essary got around the shippers , so to speak ,
and in a very short space of time had con
vinced them thut iho latter road was not the
ono to carry their stock. Hesult , eighteen
out of twenty ears wore sent over the Chicago
cage , Milwaukee it St. Paul , the "Q" holding
the other two by n mere scratch.
Mr. J. Hardin , general live stock agent of
the Chicago , Uurlington & Quincywith head
quarters at Crcstoii , la , , was in the city yes
terday , and in reply to u question as to what
the road was doing in the livestock business ,
remarked , "Wo are losing all the money wii
nado In the last live years. " If the old
ndago "straws show which way the wind
ilows , " holds good in all cases , It is plain to
> e been tfiat the "Q" is enjoying quito a
> recze about this time.
HIT WITH A LANTRIIX.
I "scab" gained his first victory last night
n one of the many lights which have oc
curred at the Tenth street crossing by lut
ing his opponent , an old employe , over the
lead with a lantern , making a very serious
cut , which was dressed by Dr. Miller. The
victor lied from tlio Held iu good shape at the
sight of reinforcements for the wounded
11K IS NOT A MEMI1ER.
OMAHA , April 13. To the Editor of the
JKK : Will you please correct a statement
nado in yesterday's issue that George Ra-
worth Is u member of the Order of Railway
Conductors. He Is not a member and haslet
lot been for the last nine months.
4 , Mmiiiint op THE Oitnuit.
J. S. Tebnots , general passenger ngcnt of
the Union Pacllle , left , lost night for a trip
A. W. Dickenson , general superintendent
of the Missouri Pacific , with headquarters at
St. Louis , arrived in the city last night.
The "Burlington Route" will , it is said , not
extend their road this season in consequence
of the effects of the strike , and yet every-
.lung is "running smoothly. "
It Is reported that Harry Hall , city ticket
agent of the Burlington , is to bo married
soon. Harry Is , however , very reticent.
The Burlington ticket ofllco will be moved
from its present quarters to the basement
story of the First National batik on Monday
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT
is only put up In largo two ounce tin boxes ,
and is an absolute euro lor old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , and all Hkin erup
tions. Will positively cure nil kinds of piles.
Ask for the ORIGINAL AB1KT1NK OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drue Co. at 25
centa per box by mail 30 cents.
George WIlMm'H Minstrels nt the
Jlnytl Ijust Night.
George Wilson , ono of the most popular
black-faro artists now before the public , supported -
ported by a clever company of comedians ,
opened a two nights' engagement nt Boyd's
opera house last evening before an audience
which In miutbur.-i bore witness to the popu
larity uf the company : n this city. Although
the new feature * were not many , the com.
puny having played hero before this season ,
the several features of the programme were
given with the usual excellence. The con
spicuous features were the uppcarancu of
Mr. Wilson in his act , the musical team ,
Turner ui.d Gaston , and the marvelous con
tortion performance of Master Uuvnl. The
bill closed with u musical after-piece : entitled
' Grand opera. "
Pl.lMOfTii , Mass. , April 13.-Disastrous
forest lircs started this noon In the vicinity of
John Lambert's and burned very fiiht with a
blrong wind. The village of TeaticUet is in
] U superior excellence proven In millions o
home * for more thun a quarter ot ucentur Its
4s iiwd Iw the I'nltod State * Oovernment.lEn
iloreeilby theheaiUof ihedreat I'niverslt is a ,
thHRtroncMt , 1'ureat and Mo'si Healthful. Jr
I'rlae' * C'reanx llaVlnit Powder doca not contain
Amuioulo , l.lnwor Alum. Soldoulvln cam ,
' ' . .
Bork Wilc io St. Louis
1 The Only Remedy
Contagious Jjlpod Poison.
ttr. D. n. AiUm , Union , Bonth Carolina ,
wrltM t " 1 mu > micle < l with it trrrlblt rat *
of blood poison for About thlrtren months. I
TTU tmttd h ? th bell phjtlcUD * . and tiled
vnrloas klndi of remedlM , Imt received no
pnbituMUl relief. IflMlIrtrfitl ibo Snirc
Gpeclflc. .ml ftbout ( our bottle * cured ma
< mnd nd well. "
Col. B. 1L Klf'er , editor and proprietor of
ttit Opelltui. Ala. , Tints , nnlcr data of
JLURUIC 8 , 1811. wrltnii "When I WM
rotiig man , throagli Indlicretlon , I con *
traetnl A dlteaM which h J ( luck tone
no for yeart. Some fire or Hi yean
Ince I wan troubled with pains , go u to
make It diaicnlt for mo to walk , llavln
advertUrd th 8.8.8. In my parr forrercra
yearn , I ronclndcd I would trr It to * e I
there wa * any efficacy In th merllelne. .
commenced uitnx It arcorulh * to direction *
and UKX ! half dozen bottle * . I wa * once at a
way nation ami. Retting left , ! walked the
lerrn mllet nnd hare never felt any return
of the old malady. After experiencing the
Knod effect * I tniut lay I nm natlnnrd wlttt
the mult , t am lxty elxht yeari of a * and
I feel now like n found man nnd can co to
the case when nrceuary and net up from lz
tocUht thouiand ema without nny Incon-
rcnlcuco. I tend you IbU without solicits-
Mr , F. Worhl.311 North Arenuo , Chicago ,
tmiler date of JunolJ , 1687 , writes : "Idcrra
It mr ilntr to thank yon for th cure I re *
ceired frum your excellent meillclnr , I con *
traetnl n very revere case of blood polon *
Ing about two > ea ago. Hearing of your
tncdlclno , 1 went to n draff * tor , the pro *
rrlotur of which penuaded me to buy a
preparation of hU own , which he laid wa
a sure cure. 1 UHX ! tlx bottle * of hli-tuff
and rrew vrorio all the time. At l t 1 iot
dl justedand < le palre < l of cure. I met a
friend who told me that your medicine hai
cured him. I went to the nme drucglst
aguln nn < l demanded jour medicine. Mo re
luctantly mid me twtlve bottle- , and I nm
now ixiifpctlr cnri-d. I write thin for the
benrnt of tulToreri , to prevent their bclnx
deceived by false repreneutatloni 1 thank
you utmln for the benefit derived from your
medicine. " . . . .
M Dr. J. N. Cheney , n prominent physician ,
reiildln ; In Ellavllta , Sctitoy County. Georgia ,
In a letter recounting the Infallible tucvru
Iio hat In curing contagion * blood pol oa
caies In his extennlve practice , wrttei.
"ThoRO who know the almost Inevitable ,
permanently dangerous effect * of mercury
will welcome yourcllicovery of 8. 8. 8. nl
iHwntohunmully. The medical profcsilon ,
alwuy > wary of proprietary medicine" , I *
coining Klonlr , and In some cascn secretly ,
to the u of 8. H. B. In co M of blood ell * .
order. Of courne n medicine Ihnt cure *
poKontng in Iti wont form must purify the
blocxlofcvorydlionler. " .
TrcalDo on Hlood and SklnD ! < e fie mailed
Drawer 3. Atlanta , Urn
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000
"Wo do licrchy cortlff tni t wo impcrvno tticsr-
rnnBemcnts for nil tlie mnntlujr unit qunrtprly
) rawlnK otTliel/ouliilin > Suite Uitttrr Ciiiiiiinrir ,
and In pcr on maniiKonnd control the drnwlnic * ( liem-
rclven , mntl tlmt tbo ramo nrecoiichictrd wltti lionosty
fairness and Iniiood ffiltli toward nil purlieu , and no
nuthorliu the Compimjr to uo this ocrtlflcnto wltli
nc * lmlloa of our 8iinaturo attached , Iu Its aJrortlio-
We , the nndersljrned Hanks and Ilankcriwlll pay.ill
Prizes drawn In the Ixiulslnnu ytnto lotteries which
may bo prespntoil at our counters.
H. M. WAUMSI.15V ; 1'ros. Louisiana National Bank.
I'lnilUK IjANAUX , 1'res. State National Dank.
A. 11AMIW1N , 1'res. Now Orleans National lUnc. !
CAUL KOUN , 1'rcs. Union National Hank.
OVEIl HAH1 A MlU.ION JJlBTIHllUTr.D.
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated In IMS , for IB fears , by the Legislature
forcducatlon t nnil ttinrltnhio purposes with n capi
tal of llu Ju J to which a rcscrro fund ot OTflr
rW ) , x ) has slnca boon nailed.
Hy nn overwhelming popular vote Its franchlso
n s made n part of thn present constitution adopted
Decent bur il , A. I ) . 187U.
The only lottery crcr voted on nnd endorsed by the
people of nny stato.
11 novcr scales or postpone' .
Its Grand Hlnulo Number Draw In cs take place
monthly , nnd the ( ! rnndJuartcrly Drawings rf u-
larly uvery three months ( March , June , tjepteiuber
OlM-OIITOHITV TO WIN A FOU-
TU.NK. Klttli Griind Drawlnu. Cla" 1) , In the Acad-
1'iny ot Music. New Orleans , Tuesday .May 8 , 1W8
21'jth Monthly llranlnK.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000.
Notice Tickets ara Ten Dollars Only.
Halves , $5 ; Fifths , $2 ; Tenths , $1.
LIST < ) V I'lllZES :
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1 C.IIANI ) l'ltl/.H OK M.KII . UI.UII
1 ( iHANI ) I'ltlKK OK UUIUU . -H. " l
2iAiuii : rui/iw OP iiMmi . ai.iui
4 I. AW ) 1C I'Hl/.KS OK d.K" ) . JI.IIKI
20 I'ltlXKS Of U l . SUJMI
ta " an . 'i'.i > i
aw " au . 4i.u ( )
ttw " itu . W.IMJ
ArrnoxisiATios VM-/.KH :
iniApproxImatloa 1'rliusof } : > ' ) . $ : loli )
nil " am . SUJMI
n l " no . lo.i i )
1.UIJ Terminal " W . . M.OH )
' . ' ,17'J 1'rlies , amonntlnR to . fiWW
Aiipllcnllon for raU't to clubs vlioulit Iio made only
to the oftliw of tlio company In Now Orlf.ms.
For furtlK'r Information writs clearly , cIvliiK full
adilrc s. 1'O.Vl'AL NOl'Ki. oipron money onlur' . or
New Vork KicliniiKeln ordinary loiter. Currency by
express itu our expense ) ndclretioo to
M. A. DAUl'lllX ,
Address Registered Letters t )
NIW : OHLIAXS : NATIONAL BANK ,
NEW OIU.liAN.3 , I.A.
? " That the cnro of Gen
TJ 17T\nAI"m71l ) prc
ii ILMJ MI ) IliJx crals lleitun-cnnl n nil
Karly , trhouro In chaivoot the dniwlni : , initKiinr-
iinleii of nbioluto Inlriieis and Intt'iirlty , that Iho
ihancea areall qualaud thut no unu can possibly
Uivlim what Dumber will draw a 1'rlre.
1IK.MKMIIKII tlmt the payment of all prizes Ii
nrAiiAMKrn iiv niuii NATIIIXAI. IIAM S OK NEW
oui EAM > , and the tickets aril > I < IIIM | by thu prc'lnunt
ol im Institution who o rhartert-d rlnhu are ri-cotf-
nl'cd In the hlsbcst courts ; therefore , bvnnro ot any
Initiations or anon ) uioui scucmet.
n man for groining when lie liai
lUitniumtUni or NeuruliIn. ; The pain
11 siinjily awful. No torture in tlie
ancient liini'S u'iix more ] > ninfnl than '
these twin ilisca 'S. Ilutouu'litu't
u man to bu blamed if , luving Itlicn-
matiMii or Neuralgia , lie wont use
Atb-lo-plio-ros , when it has cured
tliiiUBitniU who havu fiulleri'il in tlio
tame way ? It has eiireil liuiulrcds
nllvr pliyMcluni have jirouiiuncud
"The skill of five tilijtlclans could not
rurn me ol IthinimstUniwhich had Mettled
In the hlptf. HIM k unl sbouldtra. Ku hitpn 9
tv H tUt ) itsln thst vleup was &hai > 9t iiupt -
klbla Tlie lint dot * uf Athloiibunn Kl'e
IIIB rclie f. nJ the third enabled mo In ulrrp
furfuur snd a hill hours without uakiiitf
1 continued U. uM > . and am now veil "
ItKV. ti , II. THOYKU , Now Albany. Ind ,
03Sen < l C cents for lht > UmntlAil roloitil jilc-
lute , "Slooibli Malilen. "
rHEATHLOPHOROS CO , 112 Wall St. N.Y.
Proposals for 7 Per Cont. Sewer
BIDS will be rwejvwl by tlio city dork uji to
7 p , ill. , April S5. JhiiS. for IMU.OUO e\\cr bunda
of tlm city of I.uruniln.VyoinltiB , aM l > oliilrt t
run thirty yeaitf , with Intcrwt payable beml <
unmialli'dnNisw Vork. Itilmlred ) .
Clicularof information wilt be mulled on ap
plication to l.t.iior ( ill.i.NT , Mayor , or
C. P , SIIKI.TOX. Clerk.
aplcllOtmo I.utnmle , Wyo
UIl.liilS and rontractnrs-Idsfor build
Inia brick Masonic Hall , tW.M feel , three
stories and ttonu banemeut. according to pluiu
and snudtlratlon * on exhibition ut itoout ff ! (
Nt-w York Hotel , rremont. Neb. , by the st-cro-
taryof the corporation , Illdx will be u'cclvoJ
uiitll-'f : ) p. in , iluy 1st , 1 SS. The corporation
ret > errc the ilyht to reject uny or all lilda.
Addicss HOUEI.T ItinLt1.
oU'dtoml Secretary , M , T. 0. , rremont , Neb ,
Jlemar blejprjpowerful symjin-
thelli * tpne.jiUable ac tlon "und ab- _
tolmo ( lurablllly. ! t ) yeararrccord.
tSu beat tjtiaranteo of the excel-
IKIVTU of lliese Instruments.
EYE - OPEN - ER FOR
Merchant Tailor-Made Clothes , 50c on the Dollar.
8 3.00 Which was made to order S 7.00
S.OO " " 7.60
4.80 " " 8.25
4.75 " " 0.00
fi.05 " . 10.00
fi.55 originally inndo to order 10.75
6.90 " " 11.00
0.30 " " 12.00
0.85 " " 13.00
" " U-00
_ _ _ _
7.50 " " 15.00
7.00 " 16.50
8.20 * ' " 16.00
8.CO " " 17.00
0.00 " " 18.00
0.45 oricrlnally made to order , 18.50
9.75 " " 7 ? ! 19.00
10.10 " " 20.00
10.05 " " 21.00
11.00 " " 22.00
For Rent ,
Will be found most complete , filled to their utniost capacity , embracing leading novelties for the
approaching season , of which we have no hesitency in asserting that the same quantities and
qualities are not found in the west outside of the Only Misfit Parlors , 1119 Farnam St. , Omaha.
Corsets of Eur >
O v o r
BODB are :
Avoid worthless imltatione. Cornlino
Is used in no Corsets except thosa
made by us. None are genuine unless
Dr. WARNER'S CORAUIWII Isprlnt-
od on inside of G tool cover , for ealc
by all loading merchants.
WARNER BROS,257425 ,
Jfc. > J. A. MINER , Manager.
OOLD MEDAI. , PARIS , 1878.
Warranted aluulittelu jiurf
Coroa , from which the CICCES of
OH lias been removed Uliast/irri
tinifi the tlreitylh of COCOA mlztd
with Starch , Arrowroot or Sugar ,
nnd U therefore far mure economi
cal , ccillny Itu than PHI- cent a
fup. It Is delicious , nourishing ,
slriiigtlinilnB , f tlly Migrated , find
admlrahly uilaptml fur I in.ill Js u
Hill ns for perrons Injicallh
Hold liy ( Irortrs cu'rjnliorc ,
W , BAKER & CO , , Dorcliesler , Mass.
I-OSITIV23 crwssr : arori
Dyspepsia , Sick-Headache , CcD.tipation ,
OM > mi AU. PMUOGIVTK P4MPHICT HV MAIL fmtf.
Crab Orchard Water Go. Louisville , Ky.
J ' -CUM I'OUTI NG
( H ATKFL'LCUM
"Ilr a thorough kuowIeilL'ii ut the natural laws
which k-iivvni thu opvrutluu dl ustli > L nJ nutrl <
lion , anil by turuful uppllciiUnn of Iho Unu proixirtlos
cif wull-Miluctnd Covou , Ml , Km > s has ( irurlaud our
Itrcaklast tublus with u uvlUjilvIy ttuvoro'l bovvro e
which luny uvo u > munrticttvy ductor'a hills. Uli
liy the } u4lvlou ule u ! iH'li urtlilvs uf diet thutu
uy bo f ra-lually built up unUI strunn
I'noiiii to resist u > ry tcndvcc * to db/oatv , lluu-
drvil * uf subtlu tunladlea are nonlinv around ns rruUy
to attack wherever there Is a weak point.'e inur
tsiapu many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well
fonltted with pure blued und a prupvrly uourlthuJ
JiBiue. " Civil tervlce Ometlc.
Mud simply with bolUov watercir inllk Euldouly
In half pound tins by firocors lubelod thus
JABE5 EPP5 MO. .
COLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION ISIS.
THE. MOST PEEFECT OP PEHS.
| /1UT this ouTmul return with fik-.Vash or stamps ,
1119 Farnain St.
OMAHA , - NEB
N.B , Orders by mail re
ceive prompt & care
"The Overland Route. "
Has so arranged its Family Sleeping Car
service , that berths'can now be reserved
upon application by any ticket agent to M
J. Greevy , 1'asscnger Agent , Council IJlufl's
Iowa. The reservations when made are
turned over to the train conductors taking
out such cars , so that passengers can now se
cure berths ordered , the same as a Pullman
berth is reserved and secured ,
J. H.'I'EfJHKTS. K. I. . I.OMAX ,
Gen. P. & T. AKent. Asb't G. I' . 4 : T. A.
OMAHA , NKLI.
Overland Koute. "
The Sportsmen's , Tourists' and Pleasure
Send for the Neat Little Sketch Hook.
"C3-xr.fcT c ZJ-CTB -XJ-BS , "
highly intcicslin" and useful to Sportsmen.
It contains the American rules for trapping
nnd shooting adopted by the National Gun
Association : as well as the revised game
laws of the Western States and Territories.
Conic * sent free upon application to
Ocu'll' . &T. AKt. ,
Qinulin , Nol ) .
NOW'S THE TIME
To Imveyour friends como to
ZCarLsn-s axid. .tTc'toraslsa
as Kahtuiti llncH will hell tickets ami run
Semi Monthly Land Excursions
Overland SSoule. "
Until July 1. ISM , tickets sold for tla-bo excur
sion * will bu gouil thirty < la.s fur tliu round trip
uiulcan iiioil ( en d.iyn golnt ? . Wlii-n jmrch.iH.
oixaiu ifaily to retuin , UIUM * tickets HI ho
Knot ) Iht1 days tor tlmt iiiiriio > < u. If iiiircluibuib
\\Nli toHtupolioit of ilfstlimtlou on our Hill's ,
will fctiinip tlcketti good to return from
.1 S TK IIIIUTP , 1' , I. . I.OMAX.
( ien. 1 4 ; T. Abb' tO I' , & ; T. A.
OMAHA , NKU.
Hasgcno into Ifig market solely on Its merit.
Its fragrance and flavor will surprise you.
\V II llennott it Co , 1 M , IMi C | iltol Avuuno
11 'A NUHIIIUII , 1111 SI MKry' A\vnuo.
MM * Ncur. KK South imii Xtrei I
.1 J Ilwornk A llro mi fnulli J tli Mrt ! t.
C 11. liuiiMMi , Till .Sorlll Kill btreut
Health is Weal !
Dn.15 O , VKSTS KKHVK Ai n niiAiw TIIKAT-
KENT , B guarHiitM-J upocluc for llyMerla , Dlrzl-
ne i > , ( Jonvulslonu Fits ) , Nervous Neuralgia ,
IleudaeliM. NervouR 1'roilMtlon. caused by tlm
use of alcohol or tobacco , Wakefuluoaii , Miintal
Deprc'asion , KoftPiililK of the llniln , lutiultlni ; lc
Ineatiltyaud leading to ml cry.dtiruyand ili'iith ,
1'retnaturoOld Ap . Ilarrennes , lxi of Power
In either MX , Involuntary ] x > Fnen and r-jponiiu-
torrhirn caused liy over-uxertlon of the brain ,
fcelf-ubusc or ovfr-mdulRcnne Kadi box ron-
tains one inonth'R treatment. JI.OI a box , or tlx
boxes for ii.OQ , seut by mall Prepaid on rocelpt
AVI50UAUANTI3I3 BIX noXKS
To euro any cast ) . With each order received by
us for six boxH , acrompanledvlth IS.tn , we will
t-eud tlie purchaser our written guaranty to re
fund the money If the truattnont ilottn not HTnt- (
a euro , ( iuurjiitees Issued only by C. I1. COOD-
MAN. IJriiL't'lst , Sole Asont , 1110 r'urnmn Street ,
Omuha , Neb.
fil nun-trine from tL.
( Ur.ru , , f
11 n > r > . rtrl < 1
msniMi . rta , I wlrt MiiTu r.lualle IrfmtlM.iMli
conlalnmj- full . ) mrUul rs for home run. me vt
CpROF < 'Fd/c ! > OV/LER > Moodus , Conn.
8.40 originally uirulo to order 17.60
0.00 " " 10.00
10.80 " " 20.00
11.80 " " i2.75
12.95 " " 24.CO
13.65 originally mrulo to order " (1.00 (
14.Btj . . * * .t.i. * * * * wo.oO
15.20 " " W > .00
10.10 " " 32.00
" " ' . . .
$18.30 originally nmdo to order JylO.OO
18.95 " " 37.00
20.20 " " 40.00
2'J.85 " " 40.50
2..1) : ) " " 50.00
27.00 opiginBlly made to order Pjjj.OO
* § > *
34.75 i 05.00
30.20 " 72.00
33.40 " ' 80.00
COWGILLRUTLEDGE & CO.
OF AI/L KIXDS OF
Annunclntore , Ilurclnr Anrm ) . Kloctrlc Dells and
( Jus l.lKbtlnK it apeclulty.
K&tlmntcs furnished. All work lainnintccd. I'ar-
tlosulthcrluur out of to u will iio veil tuiulonor
CHllce Room n Barker filoclr ,
Corner 15th and Farnam , Omaha , Neb ,
S , K , FELTON & CO , ,
Mr Works Contactors
And Manufacturers' Atteuts for
WATER WORKS SUPPLIES ,
Gf nil descriptions.
Hydraulic Engines , Surveys. De-
toil Plans and Specifications.
Furnished on Short Notice.
Office , Straus's ' Bnilns , Fourth Floor ,
OMAHA , NEBRASKA ,
's ' mm
. , ,
m m m * Iff r m * f Mm wa
This old anil popular monthly , full of useful and In-
tfit'BtliiK readhiK. Ije nn 11 ncurolumo with thu 1'eb-
ruary numher. with price reduced Iu UU Lenta per
com , or tlV > per annum , postpaid.
AH the numherHot the etiriunt volume niny now ho
ohtnineil. All newi > di > al r , ur
TIIK IXTKltNATIO.NAI. HKVIS CO. . New Voik.
Four Now Novels for Ifi CentH.
All complete In tlio MAY IH'MUHIt of tlio
Family Library M on till y.
Only I5c. Yearlyl.75. All iiewbdealcra.
or TIIK 1NTKIISATJONAI. NHWS CO. , New York
Now Heady Tile Mny I'art ofllio
' Journal ,
Cnntalnlii/till the 1ATKST I'AIIIH I'ASIIIONH. with
( iKlA.snr PAhlllON miiiiloini-nt | ol 1,1 H < IUtK\
iiii.H . )1.0Uil ; ) KAhlllON I'l.ATUS of tl mil HIM ,
heHlilCM nuiiit-rous MurlfH. t > w Musle , new
IC.MIIHOIDKIIV ili'tUns , IM'ITKIINH , Ac . Ac
Anew tuluiuu heiiitn with thu January imrl. All
back numbers uiuv now ho obtuinud.
I'rlce. ! ? l < nts each Venrly H All nowmlealcrs , or
TIIK IN'1'l'.HNA'J'IONAIi NKVI& W. , Now Vork
E.T.Allen , M. D.f
Homoeopathic Spoolullnt ,
11 AND NOSE ,
Spectacle * Accurately 1'rfceeribed.
II' . J.
Surgeon and Physician ,
OfllreN. W ( Joiner JUh uud liouyUBt.
teluphona , ififj ; Hogldeucc tclojiUuue.
Omaha Seed House.
Headquarters for Ijahdretli t Celebrated s eds.
I'Unts. Cut I lowers and Fforal designs. Bond
for catalogue ,
W. II , rOSTKU & SON , Proprietors
102:1 CanUol Avenue.
THE CHICAGO AND
And Chicago ,
The only road to take for Dos Mnlnot. Xlarshaltown.
Cedar Idipliln , Clinton , Dlxon , Chicago , Alllwuukoo
Biiil nil points Kn't. To thu penplonf Ncbnijkn.Colq.
railoyomlnu. . Utah , Miiho , NevadaOretiun , Wash-
Inulon and California , It olfera superior advitnlazoi
not po'Mbln hy any other line.
AIIIOIIK a few of the nnmcrouH points of nuporlorlty
cnjoyiid liy the initrnns of this ruud hctwuen Ounihn
unit Clilraitu , are ll l o , trains a day of DAV
COAl'lIKS , which are the llne tthnt liuiniin nrlancl
InKvnulty run vrcntn. ltsI'AtACKhl.l-i.l : > IMi t AIM ,
which are moduN ( it c omlort nud ele uuco. Its 1'Alt-
J.OIt DltAWlNd ItOO.M CAItS , iinsuniasKral hv uriy ,
and IU whlnlr tuluhratod I'ALA'I'IAI , IIMMj CA11S ,
tlid uqiuil of nhlrh cannut ho loninl olsaivhuro. At
Oiiuntll Illiilfs , thu trains of thu I'nlon I'aclllo Hull-
way connect In unlou depot with those of thnChl-
capo.t Northnuttern Hy. In ( 'lilniuu thu tnilns ot
thin line make clore counoeUou with thuso of all
other KaMcrn llnon ,
For Detrnlt , Coliiniliun , Indianapolis , Cincinnati.
Niagara Tails , HutTalo. I'ltlshnn : , Toronto , Monlreul ,
lloston , New York , I'htladolphui , Italtlmoro , Wash *
InKton , uud all points In thu hust. Ask for tlckcls via
If you wUh the host aceomnioUatlou , All tlckol
agents sell tickets via this line.
jf. uumm-r. K. r. WII. ON.
Ueii'l MauiiKer. livn'l 1'uji'r Acciit.
CUICAflO , II.I.H.
\VN. UAIIfOriC. ( ifii'l.Vcntern Anont.
O. II , KI.MHAI.I.Ticket AKorii.
< J. r witar. City l-ashunifcr AcenU
14011'iiniuiu Bt. , Oinulni , Nub.
1742 Lawcncc SL , Denver , Col ,
Of the Missouri Btato MtiHltiin of Anatomy , Bt ,
Loins , Mo. , I'nlveiulty ( Jolli-su IJosplt.il , hou.
clou , UluM'ii , ( iiTinany and Kaw Voik , Utivins
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF
More CBpeclnlly those arislliR from Imprn.
( luiictt , InvftoullboBullurJiiK iu coriespoml with
our fit-lay. DUeiists of luft-ctlon uiul cuntat'loil
cuii'd witely und hpeedlly without use of dan-
Ctouri ilrujjt ) . I'atluutu whokit < ases Jiuvo bueii
iK'Klocted , oiidly treatc < l or proniMUici'il incur
able , Hhoiild not lull to write tin rourernlnn their
KymptoiUK , All lulling Iftulve iiumedlatu iitteu-
JUST PUBLISHED ,
And will be mailed 1'ltKK to any nddrpsB on ro-
cilptofonocunt fctunip. "J'rui-tlcal obtcrva-
I Ions on Nervoufc Deljlllty nnd I'liysleal llxhaua.
tlon , " to whlcu 1 > > addvd an "Lsnay on Mur-
rlago. " with liiiiHirtaiit chanter * on dlsuuneH ot
tln > Iteproductlvu ( irtuiiK , the whole fimniuy i\
vuluablo niedlcitl treutlhu which bhoulJ lie road
DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON ,
1742 Lawrenss St. , Denver Col. *
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( tiucceboors tu John Q Jacobs. )
Undertakers & Embalmers
At the old ftand , HfiT rariiam Bt. Ordin-M Itela *
eraph dclklted uud promptly attundou to.
TeJcph no Ko W
K , HOW TO ACT.
nh < > oJ
iaturt Pccllu * ftnd Fu
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