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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13 , 188a
MEKER-WILDMAN CONTEST ,
Btato of Affnlra In the Slxty-Sov-
onth Roprosoutatlvo District ,
HAYES COUNTY REFUSESTHEGAG
Indications Thin the 1'olln Will Fur-
the Only MrniiH of
Settlement of lie
LINCOI N nrttKAU or TUB OMAHA BEE , 1
UK'J I' STIIKKT , >
I.i.stoi.v. Oct. 13. I
The Meeker-Wild man contcit In the Sixty-
Bovcnth representative district , will not down
until nftor the echoes of the election In No
vember have tiled away. There Is nothing
suier than thK Hayes county stands boldly
out and refuses to tnlto tnc ( , ' prepared for
the republicans of the district by the exccu-
'llvo ' committee of the republican state central
committee. The unnatural deal will be re
sented at the polls. Mr. SVlldman is no longer
in the race. His pledged faith to the board
of arbitrators will be kept to the letter. W.
C. Anhwill , editor of the Stratton Herald ,
was in the city to day and caught on the fly
by Tim HUE rustler Just before his departure
for home. Hands met , lips moved and
answers followed questions in rapid succcs-
"How are you fellows in the Sixty-seventh
fmtisnccl with the settlement of jour late
"Tho difficulty is not settled and will not
bo until after the election in November.Ve
were deeply chagrined at the action of the
committee. The so-called settlement is rot
ten to the core , "
" \Vnvdoyou kick now } You agreed to
nbido bj the decision of the arbitrators , and
It was unanimous. "
"You are mistaken sir ; Mr. \ \ ildman made
Ills own agreement , and will stand by it , but
that binds the republicans of the district in
no way. The whole deal is rotten to the
coie ; bpsidcBtho committee wan not a unit
bv a loti ) , ' way The vote stood four for
Meeker and tlireo for \Vlldtnan. I can not
Kivo you the names of the gentlemen who
voted to sustain Mr. Wildman , but 1 can
prove this statement whenever necessary
It was a Laird deal In the interest of the raft
joads. Wo do not propose to stand it. When
it became known that the committed was
KOing to sit to pass upon the matter a Mi-
Abbott , of Hajcs county , rode across thu
country to Stratton , a distance of fifty miles ,
to learn the result of the conference at the
earliest possible moment. That countv said
openly when the method adjustment became -
came known it .would not stand Meeker in
any event , and it is given out cold that
Thomas , of Ddndy , the democratic candi
date , will carry the county by a malority of
BOO votes. "
"How does he stand In Cass and Dundy
1 I toll you they have no use for him. His
Impeachment record is too black for every
voter of the district that has any regard for
integrity In politics. The records are against
him. Go to his old home if you want to llnd
out ] ust how C. W. Meeker stands. I do not
bellovo that ho can carry his own county. The
county neat Unlit there will give him a black
ry D. Since this light commenced ho has been
carrying water on both shoulders , and the
boys have spotted the fact. Imperial will
dose him , and Champion can no moiothan
hold him up. Ho cannot begin to carry Hitch'
cock county "
"Would you have been satisfied with any
Other man than Wildman ) "
"Yes ; but ho was our choice. But
tcrfleld would have healed the wounds.
Monitor was not nominated. It has been u
deal of treachery from lirst to last. After
the convention finally adjourned every effort
Imaginable was made to compromise the mat
ter , but nothing but Meeker would do. It
was proposed to go back to the primary elec
tions and do the whole work over again in
regular order , step by step , but Mocker and
Ills crowd would concede nothing. Wildman
was willing to step down and out but he ev-
ncted the same thing of Meeker. liuttcrficld
was suggested as a compromise man. It has
been a clear case of bulling from the start ,
ami it will bo u case of bulling at tbo polls.
This is all 1 have to say about Uio matter. "
SUEI > I'OIt DAMAHE * .
1 vank Torano filed his petition In the dis
trict court to day against Frank A. Savage ,
who had the contract for electing the East O
street school house , and for cause of action
nlleges that ho worked for him as u common
day laborer during the early part of the
epring ; that his employer ordered him to as-
ist lu raising a heavy stone , which was elevated -
vated to its position by pulley and ropes ;
that ho obeyed the order and sustained seri
ous and painful injuries by one of the ropes
freaking , but by no fault or carelessness of
Ills own : that one of his legs was broken ,
his back badly sprained and that
he was confined to his room for over three
months , and is still in a weak physical condi
tion ; that tbo Injuries ho sustained wore
wholly duo to the wrongful , unlawful and
parcloss methods of his employe , agents or
pfor these Injuries the plaintiff further al
Iciccs the belief that Uo is entitled to the sum
of (2,000 damages and the costs of the suit ,
und so prays the Judgment of the court.
CITY NKWS AND NOTES.
Untcrtaker Hcaton reports four deaths
florin ? the past twenty-four * hours in and
near the city , vis : James Ilobertson , aeed
twenty-three ; Charles Swanson , aged forty-
nine ; Ira C. Mulum , aged twenty-four ; w.
G. Van Dorn , aged eighty-one.
The A. O. U. W. excursion party left over
the Missouri Pacific for Omana this morn
ing The $1.25 round trip faro caught a large
number of pleasure seekers. The "order"
boy * generally wont.
Ccncral .1. C. Mclirldo is doing earnest
work for the local , state and national tickets.
Ho makes his appointments in different parts
of the county , and is greeted with full houses
wherever ho goon. The Lancaster republi
cans arc doing splendid work.
All the world mid his wlfo more
particularly his wife , ( or she mnlccs the
puddings , iries and custards thut delight
his majesty's puhtto use Vun Duzer'n
Flavoring Extrncts obtained from
sound , ripe fruitincomparable in flavor ,
absolutely free from chemicals , highly
concentrated and therefore economic ,
prepared by a process which does not
admit of their contact with ( .any sub
stance which might contaminate them ,
and a time-honored standard article
that wins approbation in every house
Ttio Houses Are Deserted.
Captain Green did not raid the houses in
the proscribed district Thursday night as was
expected , as ho vas not ordered to do so. It
opl > ears that there was no occasion for such
notion , as the chief and captain had made u
tour earlier In the day , and found that
nearly all the occupants of the houses had
either moved or "closed up shop. " It is ro-
] > ortcd that probably 11 fly of the lowest
Kratlo of i chigoes have taken up their abode-
in Council liluffs. There was also a rumor
that 8omo of the women would locate on the
liluffs bottoms near the nevr bridge , but
there Is as yet no positive proof of thn.
Those who take Dr. Jones'Rcd Clover
Tonic never have dyspepsia , costiveness -
ness , bad breath , piles , pimples , ague
und malaria , poor appetite , low spirits ,
hondacho , or Iddnoy troubles. Price 60
cents. Goodman Drug Co. Agont.
Sixth "Word Improvements.
The residents of the Sixth word huvo or
ganized a non-partisan home Improvement
qlub , the object ol which U to secure grad
ing , street opening , water pipes and sewers
for that section of the city , which , they
claim , are now badly needed , The organlia-
tton consists of sixty-five members , and has
cloctod the following officers : J. Magrane ,
president ; II. H. Corycll , first vice presi
dent ; Join F. Daley , second vloo president ;
Henry Stonoy , secretary ; G. Btovons , treas
What is more bewitching ,
Heaven's blue arch beneath ,
: Than the smile of loveliness
Showing pearly te Uif
Sozodont the charm confer *
Bhe who fajls to win it rn.
Drawn and 13mini
The powerful engine , with lUj won
derful propelling power , coupled to the
long train full freighted with the rich
est fabrics of the intellectual looms of
the centuries what obstacles can stay
the progress of this mighty force , when
once under full bteam along life's high
The American with brawn and brain
does not see the necessity for titles of
nobility , does not care for elevation by
descent , he can reach out and pluck the
LJnt with brawn or brain impaired , a
man is badly handicapped in thn mad
race for success which is the marked
characteristic of the prem-nt age.
The physical system is a most intri
cate piece of machinery. It ought to
be kept ell rcctiliiteil , so that it will
work li.irmonlously In all its parts , then
it is capable of an iiiunun G amount of
It is said that a watch , if expected to
keep perfect lime. mu t bo wound daily.
It will not keep good time unless it
"runs regular.1' More men breakdown
because they don't "run regular" than
for any other reason.
It is claimed by physicians that few
mi'ii are killed by hard work. It is to
the irregularities of modern social
llfothat the high death rate is due ,
Men burn their candle at both ends ,
then wonder why it burnsout soqtiickly.
The main thing in keeping the human
machine in good working order is to
keep the regulator all right. "Tho
blood is the life , " and sound health is
assured to long as the blood Hews
through the veins a limpid stream o
Hegulnto the regulator with Warner's
Log Cabin snrsaparilln , the old-fash
ioned blood purifier , prepared after the
best formula in use by our ancestor * , in
good old Log Cabin days , and with the
vigor of brawn and brain which must
ensue , in vour life's lexicon you will
llnd no such word as fail.
Itcv. Mr. Hnrslm CHtiulflcil.
OMMIA , Oct. 13. To the Editor of Tin :
Ben : In Monday evening's edition of Tun
HUB I read with no small surprise and a
feeling akin to indignation u statement made
before an Omaha audience , by Ilev. Harsha ,
on Sunday evening last.
Ho said that in Ireland hnsaw men , women
and children lying drunk in the public streets
and squares. The bare statement is bad
enough ; horrible , to be true of any place or
people , but the Implication is still worse , for
the reverend gentleman's statement as made
would leave the Impression that such was
a most commonplace sight in that land. I
want to say that in twenty-eight years of my
"Ifo , covering darker and more miserable na
tional experiences than now lealizcd , I never
witnessed a scene that would justify such a
ilescription as that given. Such might pos-
ibly bo socn in the lowest quarters of the
.argor towns or cities , just as can be found
any day In the cities of this land of progress
i > r any other country , but to have it stated
'tnpliedly , or otherwise , as a characteristic
the Irish people I venture to raise a very
I am not a Celt , so It Is not race prejudice
hat leads mo to this , but I have scon much
n the Colt nnturo to admire , uiul In my
.tulgonient the reverend traveler has gene
widu of the mark in holding up drink as the
prune cause of Irish misery not oven Eng-
"ish misrule can bear the unenviable charge.
Another power , far moro potent with the
Celt has hold them back. Again , I never
knew of a single estate owned by a priest ,
although I have heard of one such , but I will
bo careful not to speak strongly on that. I
would say , however , that had I returned to
"roland after as brief a stay in America as
Mr. Harsha's was in li eland , I could have
consistently told nn Irish audience that
Americans were the must ungodly , dissi
pated and blasphemous people I over , met ,
for I have scon moro of the terrible effects of
drink , heard moro vllo profanity in a few
short years in Omaha than I aver did in all
my lifu before. Hut impressions of transient
visitors are not reliable.
Apologizing for trespassing so largely on
our valuable space , I remain yours respect
fully , _ AX IltlsIIM i.V.
If you need a perfect tonic or a blood
purl Her , take Dr. .lones' Rod Clover
Tonic. It speedily cures all troubles of
the stomach , kidneys and liver. Can
bo taken by the most delicate. Price
60 cents. Goodman Drug Co. Agent.
The Lilawooil Caucus.
Li.woon , Nob. , Oct. 10. To the Editor of
TUB Hen : There was a communication in
the OMUIA DULY UUK last Wednesday en
titled "Railroads Outdone , " making an at
tack on n gentleman of this place by the
name of frank Reid , signed by ono calling
himself "Eyo Witness. "
The attack was cowardly , uncontlemanly ,
and altogether uncalled for ; and the article
from beginning to end was without a particle
of truth in It. It was claimed that the rail
roads tried to manipulate the caucus for their
own cood. Hero is an extract :
"Scarcely had the time arrived for the
commlttceinon to call the caucus to order ,
when in stalked Capper Ueicl , the chief of the
railroad henchmen of the depot force , with u
gang of nine or ten railroad employes , a
large portion of whom were deep-dyed demo
crats , and with a few others of a similar
stripe , began their scheming to elect an out-
and-out railroad gang to attend the republi
can county convention. "
This Is a fabrication from beginning to and.
Mr. Koid never had any thing to do with
manipulating the caucus. Mr. Hold caino to
the caucus as a republican and voted as a re
publican for the man of his choice. And it is
a well known fact that none of the depot
boys said or did anything moro than vote
their sentiments. As to the men of "liko
stripe , " to which Eye Witness refers , who
are they ! If memory servos mo they were
wore as follows : F. C. Johnson , justice of
ttie IHMICO ; J. W. Bond , justice of the peace ;
A. Clark Hccords , township supervisor ; L.
K Sewers , architect ; L. N Smith , pastor of
the M. E. church , and several farmers from
the community. The contest IB the caucus
was not who should go to the republican con
vention , but who should bo nominated for
supervisor , and in spiteof all Win. Huscnet-
ter could do A Clark Uecords was nominated
by a large majority This made Husenottor
feel bad and caused Eye Witness to make the
attack on Mr. Held , for ho flattered himself
that any abuse of the railrords would tlcklo
VanWyck nndTiiK BEK , Hut I wish to say
right hero , that Van Wyck has more friends
In thf ranks which Eye Witness abuses than
Eye Witness ever controlled.
This whole community claims Van Wyck
as n filend both democrats and republi
This Van Wyck knows when ho was up
here last summer and made a speech to the
bo.VH , all parties gave him a send-off , and
woru glad to do him honor.
A more nuiet or peaceable set of men never
assembled In Llnwood than composed that
caucus , until Eyo-Wttnoss caine into caucus
with a gang of liny-balers from Saundora
county , and tried to carry the caucus by
storm as usual.
Trusting you will give us a hearing , and
right a wrong done an innocent iimu , wo are
"Tnosc Wno WBIIE TIIEHE. "
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL AI3IETINE OINTMENT
Is only put up in large two ounce tin boxes ,
and is an absolute cure for old sores , burns ,
wounds , rhapped hands , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively care all kinds of piles.
Ask for the 6lUQINAL ABIfiTINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at 23
cents per box by mail 30 cents.
No Fault of the Carrier.
Thura day TUB BBE noted ' * complaint of
careless mall delivery. An Investigation
proves that the carrier left tLe two letters in
a carpenter shop , as ho had been Instructed
to do by the parties to whom they were ad-
drossud. A carpenter , wishing to close the
shop , took the letters and throw them In the
hallway , where they were nicked up by com.
plaiuaut. Tiio blame attaches solely to the
Una Hoafbrd'sj Acid Plionphato.
Dr. I. R. Sanford , ShefUeld , Mass. , says :
"Most oxcelleat in daraugauicnU of the
nervous system , auoh M headache and sleep-
For , S NEURALGIA ,
PROMPTLY * PERMANENTLY.
No Return of Pain. Cures
IOLB BT nnuoaisTs AHD DEAI.UB.
The Charles A. Vogeler Co. , Ilalto. . Md.
TIIL : LAND OF
- \ -nv-wAiw
Santa Abie : and : Cat-K-Oure
For Sale by
Goodman Drug Co.
OVBII A MILLION DIRTHIHUTED !
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Inrcnporulail l v the legislature of 1IW. for 1W-
ucatlonul nnil rimrltublo purposes , audit ) ' fiuu-
inailn n jwrt of the tw.ent State Coustltu-
tion. In 187P. bjan overwhelming popular vote.
.iKe place Hetnl-AnnuiUly Mane mid Ducemher )
iml 111 GUAM ) SINHI.K Nl'MlIKH UllAW.
[ NO8 take pluce on euch of thaotliertun months
n the year , niul nre nil drawn In public , nt the
Academy of Music , Now Urlennt , I.u.
tVe do hereby certify that we supervise the
arrtuicements lor nllthit Monthly iiiul Seml-An-
Mini Dnvwlnir ? of The Louisiana btato lottery
Company , mid In person manage und contiol
the Draw Ings themselves , and that the s une
are conducted with honesty , fairness , anil In
iroodfiilth towaid all parties , and wo authorize
the company to use this certificate , with fac
similes of our signatures attached , lu Its adver
We. theundorslfnied llank.sand Bankers , will
pay all Prizes diawn In The Louisiana State
Lotteries which may oo pret-ented at our count
U. M. WALMSLEV , Pros. Louisiana Nat. Bank.
1'IKUKK LANAl'X. Pres. State Nat/1 Hank.
A. BALDWIN , I'res. Nevr Orleans Nat'l Bank.
CAUL KOIIN. I'rcs. I'nlon National Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ,
In the Ac nil e in y of Alualc. New Op-
leans , Tuesday , November lii ,
CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
100,000 Tiofeots at Twenty Dollars each.
Halves $10 ; Quarters , $5 ; Tenths , $2 ; Twen
LIST or raizes.
1 PIUZR OHfctOO.Oc)01s ) . J30J.OOO
i PIUZK OK i < xams . loo.ono
1 I'HIZK OK TO.OIW1S . m,000
1 PKIZK OK ttVUOOiit "
2PHIZKSOK 10niX ) are . ! , ( )
spuiXKsor fi.am are . ar > , ooo
25 PHI/.KSOK 1,000 are . ilVXX )
100 PIU/.KSOF 500 are . CO.OOO
100 PHI/.KSOK ! Xare . 00.000
HWPKIZESOK aware . 100,00) )
100 Prizes of won are . co.noo
100 du. aOOaro . IW.OOO
100 Uo SWore . LV.OOJ
B99 do lOOare . W.90)
BU9 do lOOare . IW.lWO
.1,131 Prizes , amounting to . Jl.OfH.KW
NOTKTicket ! ilruwinn Capital l'rlie are not etv
Illleil lu terminal prizes.
t/fKoit Ci IMI KATKH , or any further Informitlnn
deslroJ , write loulblr to tb * uuitenlKiiotl , clearly
Mating TOUT reilfleiice.witti btntc. County , street anil
number. Mom rapid return mall < U > llTory will be HI.
jureil by your enclosing an envelope benrlnu your
"sonrt WJSTAIj NOTKS , Krpre i .Money Orders , of
New Vork Kiclmngo In ordinary letter , Curreucy by
Kipresi mt our oipeojo ) addressed
M A * OAUI IIIN ,
OrM. A.IUUHIIN. NBW Orleans , La.
WiuIiliiKton , I ) . C.
Address Registeredletters to
NEW ORI.KANS NATIONAL I1ANIC ,
New Ora'uua , La.
That the prcsonco of Qen-
- llouu rouurd und
Karly , who arelnclinrKO or the ilrawlniM. IH a xunr-
nutco of absolute falrnet an ! Integrity , thnt the
chances re all euiiul.tind Hint no uno tan punulblv
divine what number will druw u pruu.
"UKMKMIIKli , alvi. tlnittliu imyiuent or prizes li
fiUAUANTKKI ) HV t'Ol'll ' NA'ilONAI. HANKS OK
New Urleiun. and the Tickets nro lcnud by the I're-
Ident of an Inttltutlnn whusii clinrtered rl IUn nro
rociignUed In the lilclictt cuiirti. thurelore , bewnru
of any Imitation * or anonymous chemt .
And nil nature assumes a rrlntery as
pect , those who are prudent and econ
omical will heiln to look about for protection
tection aualn > l cold neuther , chanees
of tcmperuturo , and their results. Winter -
tor clothliiK , fuel and lltssos n I'I.AS-
THE TXitare recotfnlied as the most linpor-
tant household neces < ltles This plaster
has secured a permanent place | n every
LEAVES well regulated household , as the most
remeJy known for
Count , ! , Colds , Chest 1'atns. llarkucho ,
Ithcumatlsm. Sciatica , Liunb.ik'o and all
BEGIN aches and pains peculiar lo this season
ot Iba year. Owlnir to Us tuent popular
ity HE.NHON'H 1'I.AHrrn has been laruely
Imitated , hence buyers should nlwuys
sk for llKSBOVa and refuse all others ,
TO FALL thus avoiding worthless products.
( Vbe&d two crnl stamp lo Moabury A
Johnson. : i Platt HI reel , N Y. . for a
Copy Of ISSTIIUCTIONH riKIM Till. 1)OC-
Ton , a valuable household book.
Toilasgo > v , Belfast , Dublin and Liverpool
From New York Every Tuesday ,
Cabin passage $35 and KO. according to location
ot stute room , Kxourslon t 3 to t U.
Steerage to and from Burope nt Lowest Kates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO , Gen'l Agents.
U llroaaway , Ne\r Vork.
JOHN ni.IIQEN. Qca'l
Reduced Cabin Rates to Glasgow Ex-
To attain the standard of limitless that a merchant strives to gain , he must first obtain the Implicit con-
jidcnccof the nubile. It is nocasu matter ( an all business men arc aware } to accomplish this nltjlcult tasK ,
and it is an isolated case where it occurs Uy doing a
STRICTLY HONORABLE BUSINESS ,
something which greatly bencfltted their pack etbnolt * and their backs , the
liortunitji to jnirchaac their ,
MISFIT AND UJOLLED-FOR GARMENTS
At a rcry nominal figure , and below we intote prices for these goods which will Induce the most inveterate
_ bargain seclicr to investigate ,
Fall and Winter Suits
Correct Styles , Elegantly Made and Trimmed.
9.50 buys a Sci'iiiour Sack Suit , which was mndo to order for $20.
11.50 buys H One-Button Sack Suit , which was made to order for ? 22.
13.75 buyH a Straight-Out Suck Suit , which was made to order for $28.
16.00 buys a Railroad Sack Suit , which was made to order for $30.
20.00 buys a Four-Button Cutaway Suit , which was made to order for $40.
24.00 buys a One-Button Cutaway Suit , which was made to order for f 50.
28.50 buys a IJuunocklmrn Cheviot , frock or Hack , which was made to order for $60.
30.00 buys a Crepe Worstedim. ( ) 4-Button Cutaway , which was made to order for $65.
AND THEY ABE DANDIES.
$18.00 buys n cassimere Prince Albert Suit which was made to order for * 37.
22.50 buys a Cheviot Prince Albert Suit , which was made to order for $45.
25.50 buys a Corkscrew Prince Albert Suit , which was made to order for $50.
30 00 buys a Nobby Pin Check , light color , which was made to order fcr $60.
35.00 buys an importedWorsted , satin lined , which wtw tnnde to order for $70.
40.00 buys a Clay Worsted , silk lined , which was made to order for $80.
FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS , Beauties from $8 up ,
A nobby and complete line of Pantaloons from $2,75 to $10 , All altcratlonsto improve a ftt done free of cliarge
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS
1119 FARNAM STREET. 11
Three Doors East of I2th Street.
I Omaha , Neb. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
10,000 MAGEE RANGES
2,000 MAGEE FURNACES AND
13,000 ' MAGEE HEATING STOVES
'WERE SOLD IN ISST.
Those figures nre more eloquent than volumes
\\lilch mlRht be written In praise of the peculiar
meilU possessed by the Magce Goods.
MISS I'AULOV HAYS OK T1IK KA.NCES :
"I use the Ma eo Hnuge constnntly In n.y
Schools and I'rlvute Kitchen : It fnltllles every
reiinlretnent for the most exnctiiiK work ; [
\\ould not exchanse It for any ranee inailu. "
benil for our Kurnnco Circular nd read what
physicians professors. sclentlHt , mechanics and
merchanta say of the Ma ee Furnacvt they have
liuiio. Don't put In Steam or Hot Water Ap
paratus , till jou KNOW hat u Kiiwr-ci.ASS Hot
Air I'urnace will do for half the cost.
TllKMAOKKHANOEH , FUHNACK8 , Hl ATI ( IAND
COOKINO BlOVKS ABB SOLD EVKUVHIIKIIK 1)J'
our a euts , andre warrant each ouo to glvu
perfect satisfaction to the Imyer. MAGKK
FtIllNACHX,33T)38 UNION ST. , lloiton. 80
lake St. , CWca.
UOGnuS & BON8.
Agents Omaha , Neb.
TORCHKS , FLAGS. BAN-
Send for Mnnuf OntalOR
Gf , Foster Son 5 Co
T. E. GILPIN ,
FIRE INSURANCE BROKER ,
Room 03 Trailers' nulldlug ,
Rererences Metropolitan Nullnnal Hank.
U. U. lnn 4 Co. Tbe Irudstr et Ca
cYuKbr'un N w
- .UMeatTita WaiKMiss , ( Ir-
nuouf , mild , luolhlrc currtnu ol
Xltctric--NVJL * ' ItrrfiricUylbrougli all witk parti.rtitor-
Inj Uira 2V"lot" llll and VlguromSlricjih. Eltctria
Cumni -filtlnitullrorwsforfilijjcoO Inciifc.
Or litInipr3TtniintloTM Ilolk rb.ln. Wontmiiptr *
su > utlyeurtilla ! ! * rnonlil Stiltd ( umpkUlic. jumj
the Ssndsn Elsctrio Co. 169 USsllc sU Chlosfl
DREXEL & MAUL ,
( Successors toJohn G. Jacobs. )
Undertakers and Embalmers
At the old stand , 14J7 "iVnam St. Orders by
telegraph solicited nnd promptly attended.
Telephonti to No. SJ.
Why Have the Baby
Peevish and fretful , when quietness atntglttaud
poy In the household by < l y Is assured by
RIDGE'S FOOD ?
Nona peuuluq H Ithout WOOLUICU Ic Co. on lube 1
JfUyATIiiN-n miles north of Chicago.
strJcTT A FU" C * > rP * ° ' Kxper"nce < 1 ln <
OVHKC % I.iM-Ftve Courses nt Study.
* * . . < , 'Il.ITIKH-Unsurpssssd for Instruction ,
and Obrlstlan Influences.
DIVOIICB3- . OOODUICIl , ATTOUNer.AT-I.A\r.
lit Dearborn St. , Cblcaioi advlck free : il years
* rj > rttuc i tujinott iiuieUr asm leg Ur transaeWl
THE CHIC AGO AND
And Chicago ,
The only road to take for Des Molnen , Mnrehaltown
Cedar llapids , Clinton , Dlxon , Cblcauo , Milwaukee ,
und nil points in : t. To the people of Nebraska On o-
riuloV yomlnjf , Utah , Idaho , Nevada , Oregon , Wash.
InKtou und California , It oiTers euperlor adrantuuos
not possible by nny other lino.
AmonKBfew of the numeroun points of superiority
enjoyed ty the patront of this road between Omaha
mid Clilrtflo. are Its three trains a day of DAY
COACIIIW , which are the llnnst that human art and
Initennllr can create. Its I'AI.ACE hl.KKIMNO UAItH
ttiu oquul of which cannot bo found elsewhere. At
Council HlutTi , the trains of thn Union 1'nclHc Hull-
way connect In union depot with those of tue Chicago
cage A. Northwestern Ily. In L'hlcaito the trains of
this line make close connection with those of all
other Kustern line" .
For Detroit , Columbus. Indianapolis. Cincinnati ,
Nluxara Knllt. lluffalo , rittsburv , Toronto , Montre tl.
lioston.New York , I'hllndelphTa , naltlmoro , Wash-
Inmon , and all points In the Boat. Ask for ticket ) via
If you wish the best accommodation. All ticket
Hgents sell tickets Tin this line.
if. HUlilHTT , K. V. WIIJ5ON
Uen'l MKnaner. tien'l I'ms r Agent.
cincAno , itr.s.
W. N. nAlrXK. : ( ] iri Western Agent.
U. K. KI.MIIA1.L. Ticket Agent.
O. K. WKST , City Passenger Acont.
1KJ1 1'nrnaiu Street Omana , Neb.
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' ,
The Best Route from Omaha and Council
TWO THA1N8 DAILY IJBTWKUN 01IAUA AND
CbJrngo , AND Mllnauhoe ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapids ,
Rock Island , Freeport , Rockford |
Clinton , Ihibuquc , Uuvciiport ,
Elgin , Jludlsou , JauesYllIOs
Ucloit , WI noun , La Crofise ,
And all other Important points East , Northeast and
For through tickets caU on tbe' ticket agent at 1S01
Farnam street , In llarker Ulock , or at Union raclao
I'ullmsn sleepers and Ibe finest Dining Cars In tbe
world ara rua on tbe mala line of tbe Chicago , Mil
waukco A at. 1'aul Hallway , apd evsry utteatlOBls
paid to passengers by.ourteous employes Ot Ibe
. MII.LKR. General Manavor.
il. ( VI UCKKIl , Assistant ucneral Maaaaer.
A. V. H. OAlU'KNTBIl , Uoneral niasencer and
GCO. B ! . UCAPFORD. Assistant
and Ticket Agent.
Epps 's Cocoa.
"By a tboroiigb rnowledvu of the natural laws
wblcn Kovern Iba operations of digestion aud nutri
tion , nnd 117 a careful application of thoflne proper
ties of well-M-lncloU Cocoa , Mr. ISpps lias provided our
briakfunt tabl with a delicately flavored beverauo
"filch maynave us many heavy doctor' bills His
by the Judicious tun of such articles of dell Ibutu
consUlutlon mar be cradually built up until > troni (
enouub to rfltl every tendency to disease , Hundreds -
dreds of subtle m la lle urn nosUng around us ready
to alUcW wherever there Is u weak point. Wo mar
escape many a fata , Mi4ft by keeplnx ourselves well
forllUed with uura blood and a properly nourished
fruin s"-Clvll t'frvlce fiamUo.
Made almply with bolllntf water or milk SolJ only
In . . half _ _ pound _ _ _ tlu _ > . by Orotcrs - labelwl tbuii
tiiomgeopathic Chemists ,
PKNNYDOYAE. WAFER * are
iccetsfullr Uked pionthly by orer 10.000
adleo. Art So/o. Effectual and fleatant
II ptr box by mall.or at slrus/s sta. Staled
1'orticvMrt 3 postage stamps. Adriren *
to * KDW-U CBUHOU. Co , Psmio.T , IsUoa.
JPH-r tale and by maU by Qoodm * *
Drug Co. , O ma/id , tfob.
Who is WEAK , NBBVfitlH. DEIlIsMTA-
TKD , who In his roLtVT id IGNORANCE
bu TRIFLKD away his TIOOBof BOOT ,
BIND and MANHOOD , causing exhausting
drains upon tbe FOUNTAIN ! ) of LIFE.
HEADACHE , BACKACHE , Dreadful
Dreams , WBAKXEflll of Memory , BASH.
FCI.NEftS In BOCIETT , PIMPLEH upon
the FACE , and all tbe EFFECT * leading to
fARLTDECATand perhaps CON8UMP.
ION or 1KB AN ITT , should consult at once
the CELBBBATED Dr. Clarke , Established
U M. E * . Clarke bas made NERYOIIH DE.
MI-LITT. OBIBONIO and all Diseases of
fee OKltlTO DBINABT Organs a Life
Study. It Biatcee MO difference WHAT you
bftTa taken or WHO has failed to cure you.
. , 'aVVBBtAI.EasufferlnBfromdlseasespecU'
Bar to tbelr sex oan consult with tbe assurance
M speedy relief and cure. Send 2 cents postage
tor works on your dlse/ises.
_ 4 flend 4 eenta poatage for Oels > brat 4
Work * on Chr sHc , Nervoaa and DelJ.
art * Diseases. Consultation , personally or by
totter , ! > . Consult the oltt Doctor.
Tbostaasiilsi earsxl. OsTlcea and pnrlora
rlTatThoee eontemplatlnc MarrUre
end for Dr. Clarke's celebrated guide
Mtkls ) and remsile. eaoh IDC. , both 2Je.
.jStampe ) . Before confldlne your case , consult
Dr. CXAItHE. A friendly letter or call may
save future suffering and shame , and add golden
years to life. .sa-B&ok " Life' * ( Secret ) Er.
rorsi , " Me. ( stamps ) . Medicine and writings
sent Terywhera , secure from xpnaurt ) .
Hours , 8 to 8 : Sundays , 9 to 12. Address ,
A Great Medical Work for Young and
New Edition , Revised and Enlarged ,
! ANOW THYSELF ,
Younc and middle aged men who are unfTerlnic
from tbo Indiscretions of youth , libnustcd vitality ,
Ixorvousand I'liyslcal Doblllty , Trematuro Decline.
Ac. , and tbo tliounHnd untold ralserlns ronsequtnt
tbnreon , undnll Hbo are sick and sulTerliuand do
not know wlmt alls them , cnn borurcd nltboiit fall
by following the Inrtructlnns In tlie Science of Uf
or holf rreiervnllon. I'rlco only II by mull post
paid , soul , > d. Ills a bnolc for ovary man.KMnngri.
lull Kilt. 12.'i prescriptions for all scuto nnd
i bronlo diseases , fully cnloricrt by HIM Nailoual
Medlrnl A'oiclatlon. wno awarded the ijold and
jewelled ineilnl to the author. Illustrative saninlo ,
nllb enrtiir cnn'nU of Iho press , frse If you apuly
now. AdilruHithe I'cabody Mwllcal Institute or Dr.
W. II I'AHKKR. No 4 , ilnfflncli St. . llo.'t'.n ' , Mass. .
who miijr bmonsulU'd oonndciitlally on all diseases
of man , Ills poclnlty
Tbn Hclenco of Ufo. Hit ) latent work from the
pen of the able nnd illmlnxulshed consulting physl-
rlunof tbo I'uabody Mudlcal InsllHitH. Iloslon , Is by
far TUK IIEST mrdlcAl treatlsa for roiinit and middle ,
axed mrn ever sent forth In the Knijll'li Hnuunce ,
and It Is puhllshud by nn Institute Immdo I by Ibe
RreatiMt pbllantbropUt known In America cr Kng.
ml " KAMif.r I lr.lt A in
Tliern Is no member of noddy to whom The Hel
en of Life will not bo usefulwholbcryouthparent ,
guardian , Instructor or clergyman AIIUONAUT.
U. 5. DEP03ITOEY , OMAHA , NED.
Paid Up Capital $ .00,000
H. W. YATES. Prosldcnt.
LEWIS S. ItEun , Vice Pro Ment.
A. li.TouzAMN , 2nd Vice President.
w. II. s. HimiiKs , Cashier.
W. V. Monsic , JOHNB. CTIT.UNS.
II. W. VATBB , I.KWI * H. UKEU ,
, . A. K. TOUZALIN.
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner 12th and Fartiam Hts.
A General Hanking llustness Transacted.
FARM AND OMAHA CITY LOANS ,
The Kansas City Investment Co. .
36 Clittinlior of C'onimcrco ,
OMAHA , NKI .
No dalays. All busluejs dw.e at tills offlce.
HYP ? A ! " ' TUK
Your Left Liver
IS OUT OF ORDER ?
BEAD THIS IF IT 18 ,
Al'tvprleUry Medlcm * that neeiU but triM
to prove Ita wortU.
Or , Calbdef's ' left liw Bite
Only Distilled Hitters lu tko Unlt 4
cTH * OBlI Bltteri > recognized by tbi
united Statai internal revenue laws as a PrH (
prletaryMsdlclno. Lawfully Patented. No. o
PatBnt 149.573 , Contains no fusil oils. n5
essential olU , no forolan gubstanca or daman'
" * * d/u 5A. . P r * 'y ' pure mtdlclne. com
Munded from 1'uro Root llsrba and Old Peaohl
plsmiant to the taste , nulst and decisive In Its ?
ffect. Cure * Drsptpsfa or Yellow Jaundlc * 1m
s. Ueculate * the DoweU. InvleoratiJ
Liver. Cures Dlsaajod Ltv r , H rlv s )
HM Kidneyj. Improres th Appetite Qulckljd
BenUtaathewnoleByatem. New Ltfs ) to tU
foLeft Liter Ultlers are sold In Omaha , Neb , by u
( lowing druttKists. Itlchardson Drug Co. , flpeclM
Wholesale , for tne dru Interest of Nebraska ; lt
laiiftrs as IOMOWS.
Uoodman Drug Co. . W. \Vhlteliou e , T. W.B af.
fard. ham II. Tarusworin. Mcbroter's rimrn oy
Kuhn ft Co , John ( lliidlab , M. Parr. J. A. fuller A Co ,
W. J. Huulics , John II. Conto. C. J. Krico. M.J. Po Slt )
r ° . ll.liontsLb , John P. lludsky , Morrell s Pharmacy
.lames Forsyth , II. O. Hell. I r.J. J. Bavllle , C. M.CrlS-
sey. f. Chandler , Malm's 1'harmacy. iiurnoy * Day's
J.i : KluK.J. W.Clarke. J.U.Hchnsldt. Max llecht , J
RChrlsionsOB , W K. Ijinbcraon , U H. Cor , Mac
Conrad , frank W. t'agit , H. nasmusrosi , ( leo. lloeder
Boyd's Pharmacy , C. A. Melclier , Howard Ueyar * .
Kmnk Dellons & Co. , wholesale dealers ia CJxars aaf
Jxifl Liver Dltl r >
Health is Wealt ii
Da. B. c. WiST'i Ninvm AND DRAIN TMA
MINT. guaranteed peoinc for Hysteria , Dlzzb
ness. Convulsions , Kits. Nervous Neuralgia.
Headacbe. Nerrous Prostration , caused by tb *
use of alcohol or tobacco. Wajc fulnea ) . Mental
Depression , Softening of the iVraln. renuttlog Id
Insanity , and Uartlng to misery , decay ana
death. Premature Old Age. Ilarrenneas , Lost !
I'ower In either i r. Involuntary Leas and
Bpermatprhcca caused by over-exertion of tn
brain , aelf-abtue or over-lndulEtoce. Baoh bet
contains one month's treatment. 11.00 a box , or
tlx boxes for K.oc , a nt by uall prepaid on re
ceipt of price.
WB ODARANTEB BIX BOXES
To curt any oai * . With eaoh or4s reolTs > 4 ta
us for elm box * * , accompanied with mM , ws )
will send tM purchaser our written sTuaracU *
to refund tot money It toe treatment dees not
effect a cure. Ouaranten Issued onlr by O. f.
OOODMAN , Dnujtut. Sole Agent. 1U9 Farn r
8tre t. Omana. Neb.
Timber Claims ,
Tree Heeds and 8eedllu s for Tlmtter Claims.
friUt Trees , Hnjalt r'iult.1 , UrnaiueuUU. Krort
greens , etc.
Hend for price lUt-1'UHKI Address ,
D. t > . Lyllti : , Prop. ,
Shenandoah , Iowa ,
JU1ICIOUI AM PERSISTED
Advortlsltig bat ) always prove *
successful. Uefor * placingoog
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