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2 . THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , OCTOBER 31 , 188Sr
THE BIG BRIDGE BAPTISED ,
'A Mttpcnlflcont Pnrado and Monster
GRAND OPENING CEREMONIES.
Tlio Dlgnntarlea of lloth Stated and
. Citlen I'artlclimto In ttio I'Jx
olscs Council IlliUTi anil
An Intcr-Stnto Event.
Heaven was kind and the sun smiled from
nn unclouded sky on the bridal of the two
rltlcs , The day had hardly dawned when
the streets and buildings began to don their
holiday attire , while floats and vehicles in all
Btaijtis of decoration rattled hither and
thither preparing for the ceremony. Before
noon both Sides of the river were gay with
Happing flags and streamers. The day
jparks the dawn of a new era In the history
of both cities. The welfare and prosperity
of ono hereafter is the Welfare and prosperity
of bcfth. Khvious irl9utne < i Unit Jealousies
lire at"an end. They have become one. Mid-
vxvbctwodn the two the representatives of
both met jcsfcrdny and Joined hands in
a clasp which cements their unity , it is
liopcd , for all time. The ceremonies wore
beautiful nnd Impressive. Each city turned
out in its bravest attlro and , amid the wav
ing of flags , the roar of thousands of human
voltes , the shrill cry of the whistles of the
factories and melody of the bands the twain
were made one , for bettor or worse , for all
The Pl8tliiK l' ' > 'c < l Citizen * nml Of-
jllelnls In Attendance.
At 12:30 : the Mlllard hotel was sur
rounded with hocks , bright and shining as if
they had Just left the painters' hands. They
were In charge of liveried drivers , whoso
jold and silver buttons denoted recent and
studious burnishing. The horses were in
prime condition , and ou them had been
plutt'd the richest trappings in the poSses-
ttionof their owners. The outfit was of un
usual excellence , because it was intended to
add to the effect of an unusual occasion , the
opening of the great wacou bndgo between
Omaha und Council Bluffs.
Around the hotel was a scene of interest
and activity. In it appeared the most distin
guished citizens and officers of the state ,
citv and county ofllolals , and in their
infdst could bu seen portly forms , with
military bearing , attired in the full dress
uniform of both regular nnd militia service.
These were the guests invited to do honor to
the ceremony of baptizing the bridge.
At 1 o'clock these gentlemen had been as-
nlgnud to their carnages , and u few moments
later the cortege , under the guidance of
J-'rank E. Moores , W. H. Alexander and
John A. Waketield.alds to the grand marshal ,
proceeded to the bridge iu the following or
Governor Thaycr , with Mayor Broatch ,
Mrs. Broatch , General Wheaton and staff of
the governor , consistimr of General A. V.
Cole , adjutant general. Hastings. ; Colonel M.
"W. Stone , surgeon general , Wahoo ; Colonel
E. M. Correll , quartermaster general , He
bron ; Lieutenant Colonel Harry Hotchkiss ,
Inspector general , Lincoln ; Colonel E. K ,
Kber , uldo-de-cump , Lincoln ; Colonel C. P.
Kcedhaui , aide-de-camp , Omaha.
General Breck , assistant adjutant general ,
and General McParlin , medical director ;
General Barriger , chief commissary ; Col
onel Terrell , chief paymaster , and Major
Baker , paymaster.
City Attorney Webster , City Clerk South
ard , and Councilmcn Bcchcl , Huscall , Lee ,
Valley , Snyder , Boyd , Van Camp , Couns-
man , Bedford , Burnham , Lev ; ? ; , , ivaspi.Vi
Ford , Cheney , Serccn'c-ut-Arms Butler and
Manville , Messrs. Alexander aud Kitchen
clsc'.vbcro acting as marshals.
Mayor Sloano of South Omaha and Coun
oilmen Smith , Uafferty , Burke , McMillan ,
l-'enno , Bayliss , Jotter and O'Rourke.
Judge Dundy of the United States district
court , Clerk Frank ) District 'Attorney'
Pritchctt and P.atrick. Marshal ' Bierbower
E. S. IJundy , Jr. , E. Allen.
Judges Wakbloy , Graft nnd Hopewoll.
Bishops Worthington and Newman , Rev
Ti M.I House.Key. J. S.-Detweilcr. ,
t Boardof Public Works St. A. D. Bal
combo. Major 'J. B. Furay. William Kiers
rtcad , U. B. Balcombo and Secretary Wap
inch.Board of Education Messrs. Clark , Co
burn , Parmeleo , Sholcs , McConnell , Cope
land , Savillo , Fclton , Goodman , Morrison
Kces , Mlllard , Wehrcr , Kelley , Spnulding
Secretary Piper and Superintendent James
'Police and Fire Cominissfonors Messrs
Bennett , Smith , Hartnmn and Gilbert.
dCounty Commissioners O'Kceffe , Mounl
Anderson , Corrigan , Turner and Count ;
The press was represented by W. C. Greg
ory nnd W. C. Long , Republican ; E. C
Snyder , Excelsior ; S. E. Pcttigrexv , BBE
Charles M. Jackson , Herald ; R. Bcudci
Dispatch ; R. M. Metcalf , World.
DEDICATING THE : BltlDGE.
Speeches by Governors nml Mayor
and Baptism of Wine.
The procession from both sides met at th
ilvidin ? point of the bridge. The carriage
on the lead in either case were drawn u
ide by side. The executives wore prosento
to each other by T. 1) . Baldwin of Counc
Bluffs , who acted as master of corcmonic
At this Juncture , the whistles and trails bi
Kan to sound the glad tidings and a mo ;
deafening noise was ' kept up amid great 01
thuslasm for fully'naif an hour.
The ceremonies O | > cned with prayer b
Bishop Newman. JohnT. Stewart , of Com
ell Bluffs , on the part of the bridge coiupuu ;
formally presented the structure to th
states. Governor Thaycr was then intn
ducod. Ho said :
Tbis is an importnnt-factor in the welfat
of not only Nebraska and Iowa , but the ei
tire west. It has been u necessity for year
and in its completion and opening for trail
wo are advanced in a suirarlativo degree i
all our enterprises. Wo of Nebraska cxten
the hand of fellowship to our Iowa brethrc
and bid you all welcome.
Governor Larrubco was next to sjicak. U
aid : Wo are here on a calling of vast in
Vtortanco to all of us , and jnoro cspeciull
xroni a commercial standpoint. The throv
lag of the bridgeonen to trafllo invites
largo patronnKO. Wo point with pride t
our rapid advancements and pronounce ih
the noblest of them all. In behalf of tl
citizens of the great state of Iowa. I we
come the citizens of Nebraska , and invi
j-ou to partake of our hospitalities. Agal
we welcome you , und ask that to-day 1
snado with you , as it is with us , a matter i
Mayor Broatch was presented , and on b
lialf of Omaha extended a welcome to tl
Mayor Rohrer , of Council Bluffs , re
ponded upon behalf of the sister city.
At the conclusion of the spccch-makir
the wives of the mayors of the twin citi
dam | > ed the mammoth structure with bottli
of wine , and the great highway was throv
open to the trafllc ot the world.
The Slllltary , Civil Societies and Otl
era In the Line.
First Division The parade start
promptly at 1:15 : o'clock , under command
of Chief Marshal , Major T. S. Clurkso
whoso aide * were scattered along the line
elsewhere appears. , It was preceded by
detachment of police under Chief So.wc
First came the band of the second infant
under the leadership ot Prof. Wlodomoyer ,
Then followed Socqnd Uuitod States Infii
try in command of Major Edmund Butlt
With ton companies , consisting of 3 0 in
commanded as follows : A company. Qui
JiliUs ; B company , Capt. Dempsey ; C 001
pany , Capt. Catiey ; D company , Ca ]
Hulnos ; E company , Capt. Ames ; F coi
pany , Capt. Ulio ; G company , Capt. Kelle
II company ) Capt Doggctt ; I company , Ca ]
Egbert ; K company , Capt , McKouvor.
This regiment was under the civic marsh
hip of Charles Burmostar.
Third Division A. O. U. band , Edwa
Crclghton Guards , commanded by Capt a
C. J. Smyth and Lieutenants M. J. Scann
and George J. Paul , with thirty tnen. Tl
dlrlson had George M. Darrow for marshi
Fourth Division Gate City baud , Oma
Guards , commanded by Captain Schar
forty inea ; .Cutter Po t , G. A. K- , co
t Hd l fcy Joha A. Cuaiadca ; A. O. U. V
'Onto Cllv , Qtnaha , Union 1'ftclflr ; and Har
mony lodges. Iho rrinrshuls were Thomas
Hurrol und I'atd Ilersh , '
Fifth tilvlMon Seventh \varil drum cor | > 5 ;
Omaha Whcol clul > , cowuiandud by Captain
Lj'tlc ' mill Lieutenant Francisco ; Uunint
Uoso company , commandeil by Charles
Flfthur ; Ojnaha Flrrt department , coniniandod
by Chiefs GallLgan , Halter and IJarnes , con
sisting of engine .companies 1 , 0 , il. 4 , 5 , 0 , the
chemical , hook and ladder , and extension
ladder and the ofllcbrs. bupKics. Thcso wuro
toiler the , directions of J. K , Kllcv.
These were followed by nbpntBOO carriages
and bugles containing citizens.
The line of March Wan west on Fnrnam to
Sixteenth , north on Sixteenth to Douglas ,
cast on Douglas to tlio bridge. At tiio latter
pliieo the civic societies dlsb.indcd. Tlio reg
ular army audhomo guards marched
to the Union Pacific ( Input , wncro they wore
transported over to the Uluffs on the dummy.
TIIK MHltqUANXS' DlHt'IjiYY.
A List of the Firm * With FloutH In
( lie Line.
The display made by the merchants of this
city wus formed into two divl&lou.s.
Division A formed on Fourteenth street ,
south of llarnoy-and facing north , under the
leadership of A.M , Kltchon , and consisted
of the following :
No. 1 , band wagon and Swedish band ; Np ,
2 , James Stbpliotison , one coach ; l No * . 2-5 ,
Urowulntr , KIIIK < te Co. , thrco coaches ; Nos.
7-11' , Continental Clothing Co. , four wagons'
No. 11-C. J. Cnnun &r l o. , ono wagon ; No ,
12 , Chicago , Kou-k Island & I'ucitic , ono
wagou ; No. U , C. E. Mtiyne , olio WUROII ; No.
15. Annlo-Ainoricaii MortRago and Trust
company , ono wagon ; No. 10. HaltlufT , ono
WUKOII ; No , 17 , Stover & Forblsh.ono wapon ;
No. Iti , Strang & Clark , ono wagon ; No. 10 ,
Omaha Kubbcr company , one wiifron ; No. ! 30 ,
Welshans , Pratt & Co. , one waion ; No. 21 ,
Paxton & Vicrlinif , ono wagon ; No. 1M , W.
H. Lowe , 100 mounted butchers , one wugon ;
No. 2.1 , Larimer & Maloy , ono wagon ; No.
24 , Hammond Ic Co. , ono wagon ; No. 23 ,
Charles Sbivoriok , one wagon.
Division U formed of Thirteenth strect-off
Hartley , looking toward the north , under the
direction of O. H. Gordon , and consisted of
the following :
J. Withrow'.s carryall and Bohemian band.
No. 1 , M. E. Smith ifc Co. , one wagon ; No. 2 ,
K. T. Lindsay , ono wagon ; No. 2V. . L.
Parrotto &Co , , ono wagon ; No 4 , Kllpatrick ,
Koch & Co. , ono Wagon ; No. 5 , N. U. Fal
coner , ono wagon ; No. 0 , S. A. Orchard , ono
wagon ; No. 7 , William liarr Dry Goods cotn-
ono wagon ; No.-12 , Mueller Music Co. , ono'
wagon ; Nos. 13 , 14 , 15 , W. U. Uonnott com
pany , three wagons ; Nos. 10 , 17 , C. H. Moore
& Co. , two wagons ; Nos. 18 , 10 , 20 , 21 , 22 ,
William Preston & Co. , five teams ; No. 23 ,
Emerson Seed company , ono wagon : No. 24 ,
Fowler & Gauls , ono wagon ; Nos. 23 , 20 , 27 ,
Uivcrdalo Yeast company , three wagons.
Division C formed on Twelfth struot ana
south of Harncy , facing north , and under the
leadership of G.V. . Holbrook , and consisting
of the following'J. Stophenson's carryall ,
colored band ; Isos. 4 , G ; Faust Uottlmgcom
pany , two wagons ; Nos. 1 , 2 , 3 , Storz & Her ,
three wagons ; Nos. 0 , 7 , Jetter & Young , two
wagons ; No. S , Omaha Bottling works , one
wagon , No. ' . , Pomy , Segelke & Co. , ono
wagon ; Np. 10 , H. W. Snydcr , one wagon ;
No. 11 , West & Fritcher , ono wagon ; Nos.
12 , 13 , 14 , Omaha Ice company , three wagons :
No. 15 , A. J. Simpson , one wagon ; No. 10 , Ed
Mcadimbcr , ono wagon ; No. 17 , W. A. Page
Soap company , ono wagon ; No. IS , A. T.
Morton , one wagon ; No. 19 , M. Elguttor , ono
wagon ; Nos. 20 , 21 , Hill < fc Young , two
wagons ; No. 23 , Omaha Corrugating Iron
\vorns , ono wagon ; No. 23 , Kickapoo In
dian Medicine company , ono wagon ;
No. 24 , U. N. Mullory , ono wagon ;
Division D termed on Eleventh street
south of Hnrucy .street and faced
north , with W. II. Lowe as marshal :
No. 1 , W. L. Irish , ono wagon ; Nos. 2 and 3 ,
Omaha Towel company , two wagons ; Nos. 4
and 5 , Expressmen's Delivery Co. , two wnjr-
ons ; No. 0 , J. Wilkes Ford & Co. , ono
wagon , No. 7 , Western Caslcnt Co. , ono
wagon ; Nos. 8 and 9 , Con&c'.Vis't.pd ' Tank
Line Co. , two wagons ; Nos. 10,11 and li ,
Simmons' Manufacturing Co. , thrco wagons ;
No. 13 , James Kosenstem , ono wagon ; Nos.
14,15 und 10 , Neal & Conrad , three wagons ;
No. 17 , D. C. Uhodes , ouo wagou ; No. 18 ,
Farrell & Welshono wagon ; Nos. 19 and 20 ,
Mount & Griffin , two wagons ; No. 21 , Jopljn
Ac Co. . one wagon ; No. 22 , .Maxim Novelty
works , one wagon ; Nos. 23 and 24 , Thomas
Mulvlnill , two wagons ; No. 23 , W. Boehl ,
one wagon ; Nos. 20 aud 27 , ' Omaha Lumber
Co. , two wagons.
Division E formed on Eleventh street ,
south of Harnoy , with W. G. Shriver ,
us marshal , and the following displays : No.
I. A. D. llogner & Hro. , ono wagon ; No. 2 ,
Fred Snell , one wagon ; No. 3 , Omaha Bottling
tling works , ono wagon ; No. 4 , James 13on-
ncr , ono wagon , ; No. 5 , Buresh , Lotovsky &
Bro. one wagon ; No. 0 , T. C. Havens , one
Besides the marshals above mentioned
tliero were the following : H. D. Estabrook ,
M. P. O'Brien , Ernst Uiall , W. B. Taylor ,
II. B. Leavitt.
At 1:15 : the head of the column on Four
teenth street moved cast on Harnoy. As it
passed Thirteenth , Twelfth und Eleventh
streets , it was followed successively by ttu
divisions tliero stationed. The procession
then moved north on Eleventh street to Far-
nam where it fell in line after the column described
scribed n the preceding article.
Including Elaborate Floats bjr boon'
Strong , Clark & Co. had a well-arrangec
display , including a steam engine and stcan
Halduff , the confectioner , came out with
glgantio wedding cuke , over tea feet ii
height and beautifully decorated.
7 T. Lindsay's display of rubber good !
was elegantly arranged.
N. B. Falconer's toy wagon had miniatur
men and animals going through all sorts emotions
motions , to tlio delight of the children.
Burr's float contained a giganti c ilguro 1 :
gorgeous attire , which was much admired.
The Emerson Seed company had a vcr ;
artistically arrayed display of sheaves o
grain , stacks of vegetables , squash , pump
kins and the like.
\V . K. Bennett had two attractive wagons
onocovcrod with a beautiful display of caunei
goods , Japanese ware , etc. , and the othc
The Omuha Bottling works , Anheusor
Buscli Brewing company Pomy & Scgolki
till had very attractive displays.
The cigarmakers' float was decorated wit !
mottoes : "No Chinese no tenement mad
goods. " "Look out for the homo label , " an
Hill Si Young's two floats , with ttno f ui
niture were very much admired.
The Simmond's manufacturing compan ;
had an extensive and handsome display o
wood work , mantles , etc.
Mount &Griflln hud three wagons in line
ouo of which was u giant sprinkler drawn b ,
ttix line horses.
W. Boehl advertised his iron work with i
tricycle , elegantly decorated with the vari
Otis linesi of his goods.
W. L. Parrotto It Co. made n vor.v nttrac
tivo display with two Wagons piled high will
robes , furs , hats , caps. etc.
S. A. Orchard's float , beautifully ornc
incntcd with costly draperies and rolls erich
rich carpets and rugs was much admired.
Max Meyer was in the vnn with a crea
exhibition of pianos , organs and tuuslca
The Guto City Steam Repair shops fui
nUhod u couple of ingeniously coustructc
The Fair , on wheels , raado an olaborati
shq\v \ of clothing aud millinery goods , th
huge wagon being charmingly fostoonei
\\ith banners und flags.
Stenheiijton , with an old-time overlam
coachtilled with prominent railroad official !
was noticeable in the long lino.
Browniuir , King & Co. were on hand wit
four beautifully stocked wagons.
C. 'J. Canan & Co. , clothiera , and the Coi
tlnental clothing house , made characterise
C. E. Mayna was on hand with four1 Uani
souio four-horso vehicles ,
Thu Nebraska llubbcr company , with
huge transfer wagon load of goods , was i
St.orz & Her attracted much attention wit
a colossal bcor keg on wheels , with Gan
brinus on the front spat.
Thoa. J I'otUsr' old-Uiuo
, * - Tally-Ho coi
tallied Senator Munderson end party.
The Pacific and American express con
panics uindo a veritable procession of the
Howe , Kerf & Co. , with a magnificent e :
hlbltion of line furniture , evoked the plaui
iU of toe people. A mounted drawing rooi
arid family circle was an optranc'lng concep
Fowler ft Gantz , mill feed , Win , Preston
With four wagon loads of flour ; Wol.sbuns ,
Pratt Si Co. , gas flxturos : H. W.
Snydcr , with soda mid mineral apparatus ,
made n long link in the almost
Interminable clmlu of vehicles.
Klmball & Hunuato , the I < * o men , had their
Ice w.igon elegantly decorated.
Fred Gray's ' lumber display was admir
ably arranged and trimmed.
Dewey & Stono'H three wagons were hand
somely trimmed , ono. of tbcm containing a
completclv furnlMifd sot of rooms.
Seaman's line of Studcbnkor wagons' was
glorious In red und fcreen paint.
George II. Hammond & Co , , of South
Omaha , had a lluo float followed by a proces-
Kion of lot ) mounted butcher * , under the di
rection of Gqneral Manager W. II. Lowe.
The men were dressed In Jackets mid caps of
glistening white , and made n most attractive
The Omaha Wheel club , with their ma
chines tritnmed with nmuy-huod tissue
paper , worn ono of the most picttiicsiiilo fea
tures of the parade. They hud about IHty
wheelmen in Una in costume.
The Novelty CarHago works , with tholr
dog-curts und buggle.s , did the nice thing ,
while W , A. Page , with a 1,500-pound cake
of soap on wheels supplied n loitdinu feature.
IClguttcr'sclothing housound the ICickapoo
inrtlii-ine lodge , with real live Indians , in
paint und feathers , received the clieors of
the delighted multitude.
W. II. Mullory , the blacksmith , had a
forge mounted on a jilutforn in full blust
with workmen skillfully moulding horse
Hhoesund throwing them to the crowd along
the line , und created much onthuiiusm.
\V. L. Irish , coal and lumber , made a great
hit with niiniaturo stern wheel ferry boat
which miffed and wheezed along the route.
The Consolidated Tank Line company fur
nished four ornamented wagons , and Sulloy
Bros. , Moving Express company , as many
Neal & Conrad were In line with immense
wagons laden with coal.
DTho Eden musee with n unique specialty in
the way of amuHlcal band , with Instruments
fashioned out of implements of labor , the
pick und shovel and wheelbarrow , elicited ,
Thu Omaha Lumber company , the Baum
Iron works , Buresh & Letovsky , and J.
Homier , furniture dealer , made ucieditable-
Bright and Brilliant Colors Flouting
In the Hrccze.
The decorations wore profuse from a gen
eral view. That on the bridge was es
pecially beautiful , At the Omaha entrance
was. a large banner bearing the inscription ,
'Council Bluffs Welcomes Omaha , " und a
banner weU-oming Council Bluffs was swung
to the breeze from the east end of the struc
In the center of the bridge , suspended
over the scene of the dedicatory exorcises
WM a largo circle composed of spriga and
foliage. It was made to represent a ring , and
on the circular background the following
motto .stood out in bold but expressive let
ters : "Tho Sister Cities Jointly Wedded
To-day. * ' The decorations made in the
trades display were magnificent and
were a source of great attraction. All tlio
important commercial institutions in the city
were bedecked with flags , flowers and ban
ners. The Millurd was hung with largo
festoons of colored material , while from
the Pnxton and a number of the principal
business houses , the decoration was iu keep
ing With the day and the occasion.
So accustomed has Omaha become to cele
brations of a gigantic nature that the morn
ing hours gave but little evidence of the im
portant-event of the day , and a stranger
would have noticed nothing unusual in the
busy crowds that thronged the streets. As
noon uiwroached , however , there was a
transformation scene , that in quickness
would rival the work of accomplished thea
trical workmen. Bunting floated gaily from
the housetops , festooned the windows , and
hid the pillars of the leading buildings , and
the stringers and supports of the now bridbo
wore losl to sight m the
'olds of tUo national il&g .hnt , draped
hum. Each incoming train added
o the crowds of sight-seers , and furnished
victims to the ever-present street-fakir und
nock auction men , while- the hotels and res
taurants , were crowded to their utmost ca
pacity. A glance at the hotel registers
showed that all the neighboring states wcrd
well represented , but that ; as might'have '
xon cxpactcd , the guests from Iowa and
Nebraska outnumbered the others two to
The March Ends.
At.1:30 : the Omaha contingent returned tc
.his side. The military marched up Douglas
street to Fifteenth and the different com
[ > anlcs left the line for their armories. At
Thirteenth street the carriages unloadci
> hcir occupants , and at the streets crossing
Douglas the floats sought the nearest route :
home to stublo their horses. At , 0:30 : the las' '
had reached the Omuha side and the bit
procession wus a thimrof the past. Through
out the early hours of the evening the street'
were packed with promenaders , the play
houses were tilled with amusement seekers
and the sound of revelry was heard on al
sides. It was a lilting windup of tno twit
cities' big bridge dav. It is stated that bO
teams crossed the bridge in the procession.
THE PUIZK BUILili.
Tlio Oinaliu Guard * Win the Brldgi
The evening was devoted to the compel :
tivo drill of the rival militia companies fo
the bridge trophy , und four companies o
troops were required to keep Capitol avcnu
clear between Thirteenth and Fourtoentl
streets , to give them sufficient room fo
maneuvering. The crowd was immense bu
it was good-natured , and willingly movoi
back as requested. The collapse of a smal
platform was the only thing that moinon
tarilly stopped the "guvlng" indulged ir
but as no ono was hurt , it was speedily re
sumed. Standing room was ut a premiuir
and every available spot was secured by tb
sight-seers , some ladies oven climbing i
ladder to the roof of the Grand opera hous
In order to catch more than a passing glimps
of the "boys in blue. " When all was i :
readiness , the Dodge guards from Comic ,
Bluffs were iirst on the ground , and at one
won well deserved applause by the excellence
lonce of their marching and the precisioi
with which they went through the manual
The Omaha guards followed them , aud in
few moments the spectators had forgotte ;
the excellence of their predecessors
in watching the brilliancy and accuracy o
tlio homo company. For "neatness and dis
patch" their movements could not bo excelled
celled , and when it was known that they hai
gained the trophy there was a universal feel
ing that it hod been fairly and honestly won
The difficult task of deciding on the merit
of the respective companies wus loft to Lieu
tenant Turner , U. S. A. , and to say that hi !
decisions met with universal approval is i
sufficient guarantee that ho performed hi
duty faithfully and without favor. Mujo
Clarkson , as master of ceremonies , then ic
vited the spectators to the Grand oper
house , whore a free concert was given b
the Musical Union orchestra , and a detacli
meut of the guards again wont through th
manual and firing exercises.
Before the close Max Meyer announce
the winning companies as follows , the low
companies taking nil the prizes for soldier ! ,
bearing and appearance , while on the march
Bridge trophy , won by the Omaha Guards
Captain A. H. Scarff.
First prize Cash $ 100 , won by company E
Sheuandoah , la. , Captain C. V. Mount.
Second prize $70 , won by company C
GlenWood , la. , Captain H. Byors.
Third prize ? 50. won by company B. Bs
Hska , la. , Captain F. H. Vest.
Fourth prize 0 , won by company
Greenfield , la. , Captain H. G. Gates.
The only thing that at all wont to mar th
proceedings was that through au ovcrgigt
of some kind , no ono was present to extcu
n welcome to tno Iowa visitors and the
wore left for hours sitting on the sldowal
without rations of any kind. This after
long and dustv march , with a prospcctlv
drill before them was enough to dainpc
their ardor , and rendered much more' credr
able the excellent showing thev mado. Bi
"someone had 'blundered , " and no 'one wi
take the blame. ' _
An 'Absolute Cute.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE O1NTMEW'
Is only putup in largo two ounce tin boxes
and is an absjluto cure for old sorest burn :
wounds , chapped bands , and all 'skin cru |
tlona. Will positively euro all kinds of pllei
Ask for the O1UGINAL ABIETINE OIN'J
MEri'T. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at'
cents per- box -by mail 80 cent * .
GOIjD MEDATS I-'OK BTUDENXS.
oc HL. - ,
They Will bo Donutod to Hcllcruo by
Colunpl J. I ) . Flllny.
the faculty and friends of Bellevue col
lege uro greatly rejoiced ut the interest and
appreciation slibtvh by a new ' member of the
board of trustees , Col. J. B. F'inloy , of Kit
tunning , Pa , , [ a most wisely cultured and
scholarly man } who has h rgo business Inter
ests in OmahaV'inJ who has n clear apprecia
tion of cd'uratlbjEi''j'Tito notie.0 ' that he had
entrusted the t ectUm of a cauiplelo set of
apparatus for Uwfiatural Bclence department
to n practical scientist in Now York City , Is
now followed by the following letter which
explains it.solf : J'
OMAIU , NeUiiOoU 20 , 13S9. To the presi
dent of Bollovudi college Dear Sir : In
order to stiinulatu the accurate study of the
Latin , Greek and Anglo-American languages
the following prizes nro hereby offered for
the best results to bo obtained at your annual
commencement examination , June , IBS'J.
These examinations to bo both oral and writ
ten ) so as to glvoall u fair chance in an hon
1. A gold medal for the best examination
U. A-gold medal for the best examination
H. A gold modal for the best examination
in Anglo-American' language und litera
4. A gold incddl for the best examination
in i\ncleit : and modern history , antiquities
and geography. '
5. A gold metlnl for the best essay on
"John Calvin and Hfs Influence on the Lit
erary und Civil and Kcclcslustlcal Society
Throughout the World. "
Tlio cash instead of the medal will bo
given when preferred , and the essay prize
will be open for competition to any minister
of the Presbyterian denomination within
this state , and will bo accepted as part of
post graduate course for the degree of A. M.
or Ph. D. Thcso examinations to bo both
oral and written , so as. to give all st udonts a
chance to obtain the best results and tbo
fairest chance in noncst competition.
Yours very truly , J. B. FINI.KV.
All these prizes are ppen to all the college
classes , and all classes open to both sexes.
The competition will begin with the studies
of the winter term.which opens January 4.
13S ) . F. S. BI.AYXKY. President.
I cheerfully recommend lied Clover
Tonic to those sufferiiiR from troubles
of the stomach miA.li.vor. I nm now on
my second bottle , and it iimkcs mo feel
like a new nmn. C. M.CONNOliNaahiia ,
la. Goodman Drug Co.
IT WAS POST.
Barker Alias Kellpjr TurutTOut to Be a
Wcli Known Crook.
The identity oj , the swindler who basked
under the name of Barker In this city , aud
who almost succeeded iu swindling A. L ) .
Jones out of $5,000 about two weeks ago on a
confidence same ; lids beqn established in the
arrest made by the authorities of Racine ,
W'ls. , ubout ono wcolt aso. At that place lie
gave the nnmo of ICellpy , but as soon us the
uithoritlcs of Mitinoa'iwlis caught si R tt of
ilui they recognized him ns being Jotm W.
est , a continental crook , nnd considered
> nc of the most skillful "con" men in Aincr-
ca. Tlie authorities in Omahti lire Jubilant
over his fruitless visit here. Ho is a "pal"
of Colonel W. Wa'uy lor'and Dee Baggs ,
aud with them ; fott ; lleeced many an unsua-
> ectinir victim. Ildtis also wanted in Purls ,
France , for havinu .confidoncod residents of
hat city out of atSmt * fi5OUJ. Ho has long
> een wanted in pcillco circles in nearly every
city of importance > ln"tho United States.
When you spc'KkJof the wolf he can-
lot bo far off. fjjeii you have a hard
cough and u sever4 > cold , beware , take
care ! That drauil consumption may
lot ho far off. Ube Warner's Log Cabin
and Consumption Remedy in tiino and
rid yourself of tllfe'Vlanger. ' Two sizes.
50 cents and $1. 'All druggists.
Diphtheria at Oxford Junction.
DBS "MOIXKS , ClMr30.r-Special [ Telegram
to , THE BBK. ] TH MO board of health to
day received noticQiaCja violent outbreak ) !
diphtheria at OrfArb .Tuo'otion. The cities
there wore panic stricken , and implored the
board to send a member at once to ndvisc
with them ns to what to do. The board telegraphed -
graphed Dr , Schraeder , of Iowa City , to go ,
"Regulate the Regulator" hy using
Warner's Log Cabin Sarsaparilla. The
will potvnr cunnotstriko a hlow for good
or ill with a paralyzed arm. 120 doses
The Donewood Central.
DEADWOOH , Dak. , Oof. .30. ( Special Tele
gram to TIIK linn. ] Work will soon b <
begun on the Deadwood Central railroad be
twcen here nnd Load City. The grading fo :
the road is to bo finished by January 1. Tin
town is experiencing n bl boom and th' '
hotels are crowded with strangers.
Malaria Fever cured by Jarvis' Brandy
A Kansas City Honsntlon.
KANSAS CITV , Oct. 30. A sensation wa
created in the criminal court hero this morn
ing by the suicide of Jack Fleming , doput ;
marshal , who drew a revolver and blew hi
brains out during a session of court. N <
cauao was assigned.
All druggists sell Jarvis' Modica
It Moved Him.
"And this , " exclaimed the touris
from New England , wiping his spectacles
clos and looking from the summit of tin
Mount of Olives , with a long-drawn
quivering sigh , ( it the City of Jerusalem
lem spre'ad out hofore , "is the Holi
City ! Ah ! well ! "
"It moves you strongly , sir , " said th <
"It does it does. When I look ou
over this historic landscape , this decay
ing city , and rollect that probahly none
of the unfortunate heings no\v residing
hero have over over seen Beaten
All doctors recommend Jarvis' Brandy
Fell in With a Kllzznrrt.
Terre Haute Express : With a rash
ness which ho never realized until to <
late ho had kissed the Boston girl righ
ou the mouth. "Never do that again
sir ! " said Bho. "M-M-Miss Waldo , '
said he , "If the Lord lots me thaw oul
this time I never will attempt the likt
again ; at loa t wltbbut an overcoat. "
Peculiar in combination , proportion , Md
preparation ot ingredients , Hood's Barsapa-
rllla possesses the curative value of the best
known remeJi'iil | o ules Ol the
vegetable flUUU O kingdom.
Peculiar In Us strength and economy , Hood's
Barsnparilla Is the onlij Wdlcliio ot which can
truly be said , "Ono mmtued Doses Ono Del
lar. " Peculiar In Its medjplnal merits , Hood's
Sarsaparllla accomplishes' cures hitherto un
known. O A we cUvLf * fi 1 1 21 anal > ! "
the title ot "Tlio greftyeAi'Dtood purifier eyer
discovered. " 1'cculUr jn its "good narao
at homo , " there is more of Hood's Barsv
parllla sold In Lowell than ot all other
blood p miners. Peculiar in Its phenomenal
record of salcsabroatl
no other rC.CMllCtrpreparatloa
ever attained so rapidly nor held so
Bteadfattly the conudenco of all classes
ol people. Peculiar in the braln-work-whlch
It represents , Hood's SarsapnrllU com
bines all the kuowlcdfio .which modern
| feA If lu
science has . O Had I .developed ,
with many rears practical cxporlcnco la
preparing roJlfclnes , Bo sure to get only
SoMlirftUdruggliti. fljilxforgj. I'reptrodonJr
li/C. I. HOOD &CO. , Apotliccarlti.Ixmell , Mat * .
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
A COUNTESS FOR TWO WEEKS
Now She Would Gladly Bo Plain
Virginia Knox Agalu.
HUSBAND'S BRUTAL DLOWS.
The Poor Wife's Cries Attract the At
tention or Hotel ( Suost ntul n
Sensational Scone Follow *
Obliged to Leave.
The Jlnsk Torn Off.
ICopi/rtaM imi > u Jttiiu * ( lorJim flcmiclM
I'Ains , Oct. CO. [ Now York Herald Cable
Special to Tun Bun.l Atiothor failure
must bo added to the long list of unhappy
unions of European titles and American del
lars. To-night I'.iris is talking about the
sudden termination of the honeymoon of'the
Count and Countess do Montocarlo nco Miss
Virginia Knox. Their marriage was cele
brated about u fortnight ago in I'lttsbtfrg
with great eclat. The brldeirroom arrived In
1'arls last Sunday , itnd engaged rooms ut the
Hotel Bellcvm ? preparatory to continuing the
Journey to a castle which the count said his
mother had on the Adriatic , It wus appar
ent the bride was not happy. Early Monday
morning the cuests were aroused by shrieks
from the countess' chamber followed by cries
for help. The guests dr.nssed hastily and
ran into the corridors. The manager of the
hotel burst open the door and found the
countess struggling with the brutal husband ,
her hair dishevelled , her night dress torn
and her body bruised. The count released
his victim who rushed to the manager cry
"Save mo from him. Turn him out of thd
hotel. Ho has got no money. Ho can't pay
you. Turn bim out. "
The count protested against the interfer
ence and attempted to pull ills wife buck ,
whereupon she gave him n stinging blow in
the face with her clenched flst. Ho tried to
return the blow but was prevented by the
manager and mule guests. The unfortunate
bride told the manager she had boon thor
oughly deceived in her husband , She be
lieved him a man of means but learnt too late
not only that ho was penniless
but that ho was an inhuman brute.
At first she supplied him liberally
with money but nothing seemed to satisfy
him. When she refused to give him more
he commenced beating her. The manager told
the couple ho could not allow his guests to be
disturbed ; that they must leave the hotel im
mediately. The unfortunate wife , who
deeply felt the disgrace , burst into tears and
pleaded to be allowed to remain , but tlio
manager was inexorable and they were
obliged to leave. They took the early train
for Italy. _
How the Americana Obtained Thcli
Influence Orc-r WnrtemhiirB's King.
lCoj > irfif / JSSS tin Jamu Uontoti Uennett. ]
STUTTOAUT , Oct. HO. [ New York Herald
Cable Special to Tiir. BIE. : ] The Herald's
dispatches from Munich , Nice and New Yorli
regarding the scandal about the king ol
Wu.'tcmburg und his American friends have
created a great deal of excitement hore. Nc
paper published in this city has , however ,
dared to say a word upon the subject. The
council of ministers has ordered proceeding :
against the Munich Neustc Nachrouhton foi
its publication concerning his majesty's
favorites. If it comet to trial interesting do
velopmcuts may bo looked for. Juckson'i
nppdintuient in 1SS1 created at the timi
great comment but had come to bo au ac
cepio I fact nnd would never have l > oen re
vivcd now but for the Woodcock and Hendr ;
affair. Jackson renounced his American cit
Izcuship aud became a Wurtemburger. Im
mediately on entering the king's service In
was appointed at first vorlesser o1reade
and afterwards privy counselor. The oul ;
complaint the people make against Jacksoi
is his supreme selfishness. His contrac
with the king is reported to bo such that ii
any event ho is liberally provided for
Uumor says that it was through en
deavoring to dissuade his majcst ,
from signing this contract that Her
von. Gunscrt , pot into hot water but the klni
signed and Jackson is happy. Shortly afte
Jackson's appointment the Itev. Charles Ii
Woodcock and his inseparable Donal
Hendry appeared there. Humor says Wood
cock was formerly chorister and later assist
ant rector in a New York ciiurch. He cam
hero ostensibly to work for some New Yor
publishers and lodged in Schloss strasso n
Fraulcin Zollcrs , whose brother Hefrath i
employed as editor by Carl Hall
berger , the recent purchaser o
the house where Woodcock am
Hondry are now installed. In 18S2 , whil
Jackson's appointment was still fresh in th
l > coplo's minds , the then British uiinistc
here , Mr. Gould , who has since- died , me
Woodcock at a dinner party at the house o
an American family named Burrows , thei
residing hero iu Goethestrassc , and was s
pleased with him that ho afterward
remarked if the king wanted t
appoint an American why didn' '
lie chose Woodcock ? Now Mr. Gould , boitij
u man of the world and a bon viveur , wo ;
much liked at court and it is not impossible
that his remark reached the king's cars am
first brought Woodcock to royal notice. Ii
the early winter of 13St : Woodcock loft her
ostensibly for throat treatment In Paris , bu
afterward he und Hondry turned up at Nio
and were installed in the villa as his majcs
ty's guests. It is stated that the bill foi
their entertainment amounted to 10,001
When the courtorcturned to Frledonchs
haven , the king's summer residence on Lak
Constance , they were installed in u handsom
villa Just outside the walls , their meals hi
ing brought them from the castle by royj
flunkies. Jackson meanwhile still basked h
the royal favor , being one of the small innc
circle who dally dined at their majesty'
table. Ho also had his princely suit
of seven rooms hero in that par
of the palace known as the acadcm Ii
the formerly famous Carls Schulc
where Schiller und Schubert wore one
pupils. As it now became necessary to flm
proper quarters for the two now favorite
the house Neckarstrasso was hired am
40.0JO marks , on dlt , were expended in Jlttini
up its interior luxuriously. The owner , a ;
old lady named Pistorlus , an archive keeper' ]
widow , living on the parterrn , has since soli
it out to Publisher Carl Hallberger , now r
siding here , but who formerly put
llshed a paper nt New York. 1
is Bald that he receive * 8,00
marks rent for it per annum. The rear o
this building opens on the royal park , ani
rows of gas lights have been placed along th <
path leadin ; from the palace to the botan
leal garden , whence a private entrance lead :
into the Woodcock mansion. I am in
cllned to think the accounts of splrltua
seancos held there have been somewhat ox
aggcrstod , but no loyal subject of Wurtom
burg oould quietly submit to the thought tha
his sovereign was playing at hypnotics wit
anyone , much loss a foreigner withou
Protests are riot wanting , but the ;
imperil him who dares offer then
aloud. Hcrr von Mittnacht , mlnlste
.of the royal bouso , whose position'ha
hitherto been regarded as impregnable
j said to bo in danger on till * account. Xh <
president .of the HofTkammer , Herr TO
TsChcniing , come near sending in hta resit
RAD WAY'S PILLS.
ForthfCiiroofaltniKOIUHUtS O1 * .TIIK STOMACH. MVr.lt , noWI5I.S. KIDNIIVS , lUiADIH'.ll.
NKKVoi's iiyrAAr. i.iir.AUA ( < iiiHNSTji'ATiNnsnyiNisi'OMi : ) ( ; : > i < AiN'i iii'i'i.lAii : (
T < > rilMAl.KS. PAINS IN TIIK HACK , 1 > IIAIIN(1 ( ( ! ( WKI.INd.S Ac. . INI > UIi.SniN : , IIIU.IW'H.
KI : A nviu. : : INI'I.AMMATIOXOKTIII : nu\rii.s. : I'li.i : * . nmi nil < i < > ritniu > m nrHor tbo in-
crnal Vldcern. Purely vegetable , containing no mercury , mlncr.il or deleterious drus * .
KAUWAV'S I'llI.S are ix euro for.thh coniplalnt. They tone up the Intornnl Hocrallcm * to
lonlthy nctiou. rcMoni HtroilRtli to the stomach nnd enable It tti perform Its functions. Thu
symptoms ot 1) VSI'IU'SIA disappear , and with them the liability to contrail dUc-usc * .
Will he nrrompllMioilhy taking KADWA VS IMI.I.S. lly gotlolnc. DVSJ'Bl'SlA , 8101C IIKAI ) .
ACIir. . t'OUIiSTOMACH , IIIMOI NKS ? will lie avoided ntut tlio food that Is eaten contribute IU
nourinhlni ; prupcrtlc.s for tlio suppoU of the natural wnstu ot the body.
Prlco 25 Cents per box. Sold by nil
nation In consequence of exorbitant demand *
mndo on the royal cash box for the mainten
ance of the Woodcock mansion. The feeling
s not only here bMt throughout Wurtemburg
and Is aggravated by Woodcock's recent ap
pointment to the title of Frclherr von Sav
age. U Is understood that to render pos
Mbk'his acceptatic'o of this title ho has re
cently applied to the United Stales consulate
lore to ascertain what steps are necessary to
renounce his American citizenship.
In regard to Hendrylittlo U said or'known ,
lo K genor.UIy believed to be n Canadian
ami Is of'gentle , quiet manners , as indeed it
Woodcock , whoso appcnrniiro and manners
vould never suggest nil Impostor or an ad
venturer. The latter Is a line singer nnd is
said at one tiino so to have charmed his
najesty with an air from MephNtophcles as
o suggest the mounting and production of
Jnit opera at great cost on the court opera
lotiso stage here. Nor is Jackson lacking
n accomplishments , either. Ho speaks
EnglishGerman nnd French , is a fine pianist ,
a capital qhcss player and a good whist
iluyer , besides being a very companionable
'ollow. I know that Mr. Catlln , who was
Jullod States consul here when Jackson was
ippointcd into this king's service , has always
stated that ho parted with him with regret.
Nearly every continental monarch , except
the Gorman emperor , hat decorated Jackson
and the pope received him us well. He has
friend * hero who enjoyed the' Herald's Mu
nich correspondent's allusion to him n a
dentist. The American court dentist'here ' is
Dr. IClein , of Indianapolis , which probably
led to the error. The story of the coach and
Tour , carrying Jackson away to the Palace a
la Ccndrillon , is als'i somewhat overdrawn.
His appointment was made out in
regular business form shortly after the
king's return from Uivlcru in
18S1 , nnd the removal of his baggage
from his former lodgintrs to his new quarters
in the palace by the court wagons and ser
vants forms the basis for the romance. What
causes the most reflection to thinking minds
is the fact that this affair is ventilated so
soon after the German emperor's visit to
Stuttgart. The political feature of this affair ,
If it has any , may not prove itself the least
An American' * ! Attempted Suicide.
[ Copurtu'it ' 1183 Itu Jnm.it Uiiniwi lleiliittt , ]
PAIUS , Oct , ao. [ New York Herald Cable
Soecial to Tins HKC.I John Taylor , for
thirty-five years u resident of Chicago , shot
himself Saturday night in u train from
Paris , near Marseilles. He was taken to the
Hotel Dieu , where three bullets wore ex
tracted , two from tin ! head aud ono from the
side. The chances for recovery arc doubt
ful. He is evidently : > Hebrew but speaks
English with an accent. He was formerly
wealthy but lost his fortune in the recent
Jarvis' ' 77 will cure your cold.
Mail and Express : Gen. Harrison
will be the fifth president to enter the
AVhito house with n full beard. His
four Itcnrded predecessors wore , like
himself , republicans. From the time of
Washington to that of Lincoln all the
presidents , with the exception of two ,
wore clean-shaven. These two , Martin
Van Duron and Zachary Taylor , were
small side whiskers , but no beards.
It is worthy of note that with the coining
ingin of the republican party in 18U ( )
boards have boon worn by all the repub
lican candidates. Lincoln , Grant ,
Hayes and Garlield were full beards ,
while their defeated adversaries , Mc-
Clolliui , Seymour , Greoley , Tildon and
Hancock , had clean-shaven cliins.
Erom the ctrlie.st times beards have
been symbolic of .strength , power and
wisdom. With the cutting of Samson's
board ho was Bhorn of his physi
cal powers. Socrates waa termed
"bearded Master" by Porsius , as the
beard waa n symbol "of wisdom. Tlio
Turks think it a dire disgrace to have
the board cut. Slaves who servo in the
seraglio have clean chins us n sign of
'their servitude. Geoffrey , the crusader
and Bouchard , of the house of Montmo-
rency , were both termed "tho bearded"
for their bravery and heroism in battle.
Dr. Bulwer , maintaining the dignity
of the beard , in his "Artificial Change
ling" says : "Shaving the chin is justly
to bo accounted of effeminacy , note as
npponra by eunuchs who produce not a
beard , the sign of virility. Aloxnlidor
and his otllccrs did not shave their
boards till they were effeminated-by
Persian luxury. It wntf Into before har
bors wuro in request in Homo. Dlogo-
nose , seeing a man witli a smooth-shaved
chin , bald to him ; "Hast them whereof
to ttcctibo nature for making thec a man
and not a woman ? "
On the ( ith of next month the people
will remember Gen. Harrison as tno
bearded warrior , who , at Ms troantry's
call , proved his bravery on the battle-
llchi. and 'since his return has boon
equally faithful in the discharge of hin
duly in matters pertaining to thesluto ,
and they will
Take kind notice of his beard ,
And speak with much respect and honor
Both of the beard und the beard's ' owner
at the polls.
Take no other , Jarvis' Brandy is best.
A Story with n Moral.
Detroit Free Press : A Wolf one day
Sought out a Fox whi had been Particu
larly Recommended to him for his As
tuteness , and said :
"J have passed the Lion on several
Occasions and he docs not Deign to No
tice mo. "
' And you want Hovengo , of course ? "
" 1 do. I want to make His Heart Sad
very Snd. "
"lie is Honest in Hitsineso ! "
"Oh , yes. "
"Pays Ills Debts Promptly ? "
"Ho docs. "
"Goes to Church aud keeps clear of
Scandal ? "
"And is too Strong for you lo At
tack ? "
"Kxactl.v ; yon see how lam Situated. "
"I do. There is but one way lor yon
to get Kvon. Pilch in nnd secure his
Nomination for oflk'c , and then lie about
and Defeat him. "
JIOKAI , .
It was shown during the campaign
that the lion was an Kmbc/.zcr , Default
er , Horbcthiof , Liar and Sneak ; that hip
Father was n Convict , and his Moteer H
Hallet Danror ; that his Grandfather
was Hung , and his Brothers sent to
Prison for Life , and he was duly De
All fine Liquor Stores sell .Tarvib" best.
Washiiigton Post : The colored brother \
has a wonderful capacity for adapting a
word to his senses. "During the war , "
said u well kown veteran , ' 'we often lind
trouble in getting up a list of counter
signs , I had the matter in charge , and
took a libt of European buttle.s. It wan
a colored regiment. The countersign
for the night was 'Austerlitz. ' In the
evening I tried to got into the lines
and was halted. I gave the countersign
'Austorlitz. ' I
" 'Dat ain't right , sah , ' said the
darky , and he called the provost , who
was also colored. When that olllcor
came I complained that the sentry didn't
know the countersign. < 1
"What is it , sah.V" asked tlio provost
" 'Austorlit/ answered.
" 'You are wrong , sah , ' said lie. I was
put under arrestand it took the colonel
to get me out. What do you suppose
the darkies had madooutoftho original
countersign ? 'Oystershells. ' "
Dr. JofTeris' remedy cures every case '
of diphtheria. No physician required.
A Hypothetical Cane.
Chicago Tribune : Candidate Tlio
supjwrt of your paper would naturally
gratify mo , hut I know hotterof course , .
than to offer you the indignity , the iu- f
suit of a bribe for your support. *
Editor of an independent paper ( ab
sently ) Of courbo. But in case you
should olfer me such an indignity , wliat
would er seem to you to he about the
right figure ? I/ /
Building blocks made of corncobs
form the object of n now Italian patent.
The cobs are pressed by machinery into
forms similar to bricks and held to
gether by wire. They are made water
tight by soaking witli tar. Tlio molds
are very hard and strong. Their weight
is less than ono-third of that of a hollow
brick , and they can never got damp.
Mt-XIOAN MtTSTANTn.tMIJIKNT I
. If You Are Sick
With Headache , Neuralgia , TUicumatlsm Dyepep-
Bla , lUllouincsa , Blood Humors , Kidney DLwasc ,
Constipation , Female Troubles , Fever and Ague ,
Blccplcssncsi , Partial I'amljils , or Nervous I'roi-
tratlon , ran Pnlno'i Celery Comj > ouiid and be
cured. In each of these the caiuo U mental or
physical ovcrnork , anxiety , exjosuro or malaria ,
the effect of which ii to weaken the nervous syu-
tcm , resulting In ono of these diseases. Remove
the CAVSE with that great Nerve Tunic , and the
KK3ULT will disappear.
Paine's Celery Compound
Jia. L. BOWFN , BprlnfrMold , Maw , writes :
" J'ulno's Celery Compound cannot lx > excelled us
Nerve Tonic. In my case a Unglo bottle
wrought a great change. My ntrvoinncu entirely
dlsarrpearea , and with It tbo resulting tHcctlon
of tlio stomach , hert tUid Ihcr.aiid the whole
tone of tha jritem was wonderfully invigorated.
I tell my friends , If sick as I have been , 1'auit'a
Will Cure You !
Bold by drowljU. tl ; six for tV Prf rf * < 1 m >
by VV'iLua , HiCHAiiusox & Co. , UurlUigton , Vk
. Fir tin Ad , Nervous , Debilitated.
Warranted U > color tnora gooSs than tnyothtt
dye * ever made , and to xlvu more brilliant Alt' !
duruble colon. Ask fur tlio Viainond , and t Vu
A Dress Dyed
A Coat Colored
Garments Renewed j CENTS.
A Child can use them ! '
Unequalled tor all Fancy and Art Vtfbil
At druggltU and Merchant ) . Dye Hook fie * .
WELLS , RICHARDSON & CO , , Props. , Burlbigt : * , VU
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