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WHISPERS OF THE VIBE ,
Call for a Meeting in the Interest
of Reducing National
No Settlement Beached in the Con
ference ofthoB.&M. and .
the Union Pacific.
Decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court-
Political , Criminal , Foreign and
I > NEWS NOTES.-
Two indictments were found against
Governor Ordway by the United States
grand jury , at Ynnkton.
Dr. F. D. Hemenway , professor of
Hebrew and biblical literature at the Garrett -
rett Institute , Evanston , 111. , is dead.
11. H. Turner , who left Mingo Junc
tion , Ohio , with $10,000 of Pennsylvania
railroad funds , has returned to Pittaburg
A man and wife blew out the gas in
their room at the Palmer house , Chicago ,
on retiring. The woman died ; the nan is
not expected to recover.
A cut in lumber rates tto Colorado
points is announced by the trunk line asso
ciation. The Burlington and Santa Fe
roads met the cut with promptness.
In answer tp inquiry the command
ant at Fort Keogh urges a convention of
stock growers and breeders at that place.
A water spout killed one child and
wounded several other members of a "fam
ily , whose house was destroyed , in Dade
county , Mo.
The senate judiciary committee re
ported favorably the resolution to submit
an amendment to the constitution to per
mit the president to veto one or more items
of an appropriation bill while approving
the remainder thereof.
A bank at Effingham , 111. , has lost
its president and $25,000 to $30,000.
The number of standard dollars is
sued last week was 254,983.
An ex-city treasurer of Newark , N.
J. , was fined $5,000 for not preventing a
falsa entry in his books.
Washouts of railroads are reported
from the high water in Lake Champ-
The report of the Indian uprising in
the Northwest territory is officially de
nied.Two desperadoes fought a duel near
Irving , Hy. , and both climbed the golden
Charles Frike , who is too feeble to
leave his.bed , had strength enough to beat
his wife's brains out with a club at Waukegan -
gan , 111.
Mexican merchants have petitioned
the government to substitute for the stamp
act a tax on sales , agreeing in this event to
advance to the government $1,500,000.
4 The traffic manager of the Canadian
Pacific road has resigned by request.
Cause , $203,000 unaccounted for.
The house committee has decided to
require from the Pacific railroads a pay
ment of thirty-five per cent of gross earn
ings into the sinking fund.
In endeavoring to save his hou&ehold
goods , Moses Glessner was fatally burned
at Marion , Ind.
The village of Wamsley , O. , was
destroyed by fire. Loss , $20,000.
J. C. Burrows , of Michigan , recently
confirmed as solicitor of the treasury , has
written to the president formally declining
The senate committee on railroads
unanimously agreed to report , with a few
minor amendments , the bill prepared by
Senator Cullom to establish a commission
to regulate inter-state commerce and other
The eigit eastern trunk lines an
nounce that they will sell excursion tickets
to Chicago during the session of the repub
lican convention at one fare for the round
trip. The Southwestern , Western and
Torthwestorn roads out of Chicago will sell
round trip tickets for one and one-third
fare.The Boston Transcript says : There
is no truth in the report that the $7,000,000
of new Chicago , Burlington and Quincy
stock isfor the purpose of securing connec
tion with the Denver and Rio Grande and
Western railway in Utah.
The steamer Bear , of the Greely re
lief expedition , took her departure from
New York for the arctic regions on the 24th.
M. McDonald , a prominent lawyer
of Denver , was crushed to death between
cars at Coal Creek.
Ex-Gov. Marcus L. Ward , of Isew
Jersey , is dead.
The trial of Frank James , for complicity
in the Mussel Shoals robbery of 1831 , was
concluded at Huntsville , Ala. , with a ver
dict of "not guilty. " The court house
was packed. The verdict was greeted with
cheers. James was immediately arrested
by the sheriff of Cooper county , Missouri.
There was a large meeting at Cooper
Union , New York , to protest against the
introduction into that market of Chicago
Gov. Crittenden has appointed Gen.
W. T. Sherman brigadier general of mili
tia for the eastern district of Missouri.
Paul Morran , for shooting into a pas
senger coach , was tried at Galveston ,
Texas , and acquitted. Some indignation
was expressed as to the justice of the ver
dict , the law proclaiming it no offence to
shoot into a railway coach. , unless it is
proven that lives are endangered thereby.
The American minister to Mexico has
forwarded to the department of state a copy
of the decree issued by the president of the
republic ordering that on and after the 15th
of May the duty on all goods imported to
that country shall be increased 5 per cent.
The house committee on postoffices
and post-roads has directed a subcommittee
tee , consisting of Messrs. Eogers , Ward ,
J. M. Taylor , Bingham and Wakefield , to
prepare a bill providing for a "contract sys
tem of postal telegraph.
A disease resembling pleurb-pneu-
monia has broken out among the cattle in
Wushlneton county , Pa. Veterinary sur
geons pronounce it contageous. They
have recommended Governor Pattison to
quarantine the district.
Two men. went to the house of Amos
Brackenstros , residing near Berns , Adams
countv , Indiana. He rose in bed and was
shot throutrh the heart. The house was
robbed of $73.
La France says : & . Debrazza , a
French explorer in the Congo country , has
signed a treaty with the most powerful eov-
ereizn in western Africa , who has placed
all his slates in Congo under the prwtection
of France. By th s treaty all the right
bank of the Congo , from Brazzaville to the
equator , passes under the protection of
Prinoe Victor , of Wales , on attaining
his majority , which occurs the beginning
of nextyow , will be raised to the peerage ,
with the title of Duke of Dublin , and will
thenceforth reside in Ireland. It is also
stated that he will enter the Royal Irish
The Pall Mall Gazette demands that
the government shall at once declare that
England will not retire from Egypt for five
years , "otherwise , " it savs , "we shall
speedily drift Into war with Franco. "
Hugo Schenck and Kcrl Schlossarek ,
notorious murderers of servant girls , were
hanged at Vienna. Schenck professed to
be a free thinker and asked that a philoso
pher instead of a priest might be sent to
consult with him , but he afterwards par
took of sacrament and prayed with a priest
throughout the night.
pels them to reduce the number of working
hours. Some threaten to stop their works.
The Sicilian ( Italy ) police have dis
covered a remarkable murder club near
Palermo , consisting of fifty-nine members ,
pledged to murder for common advantage
and profit. A branch club consisting of
forty-five members is established at Sica-
rizza Within a few months the latter
club alone has killed thirty persons. The
members of both clubs were imprisoned at
Palermo and will be tried in May.
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes , in a let
ter to a friend in England , promises that
he will boon publish a new book. He says :
"I am trying to do some kind of justice to
Ralph Waldo Emerson , in brief memoirs ,
taking a short time to read. "
A council was held at the English
war office , and it is reported the Duke of
Cambridge , Lord Wollefcley , the Marquis
of Hartington and others in authority ad
vise against the expedition to Berber at
the present time , or any advance whatever ,
until a full force shall be equipped to re
lieve Khartoum in autumn. Nubar Pasha
Is pressing the government to como to nn
Immediate decision to advance to Berber.
The Egyptian troops at Assouan and other
stations in upper Egypt are disaffected and
declare their intention of joining Mahdi.
Numbers are deserting.
A party of leading democrats and
friends of Tilden , who left Greystone a
few days ago , say that under no circum
stances will he be a candidate for the presi
dency , and under no circumstances will he
accent if nominated. They regard this , his
ast refusal , as final , and they say the field
is now left , so far as the democratic candi
dates from New York are concerned , to
Flower and Cleveland.
The republican district convention
of Mississippi elected delegates to the na
tional convention. Thirteen favor Arthur
and one Blaine. Four favor Logan as second
The Seventh ( Mass. ) districl repub-
Ican convention elected E. H. Haskell and
George W. Cote delegates to the Chicago
convention. They favor Edmunds.
Dakota delegates to Chicago favor
the nomination of Blaine.
The presidential preferences of the
Michigan district delegates to Chicago , as
near as can be determined , are as follows :
31alne , 16 ; Edmunds , 4 ; unknown , 2. The
delegates at large are uninstructed , and
their preferences unknown.
The republicans of the First Ver
mont congressional district nominated J.
W. Stewart for congress and elected dele
gates to Chicago. They are both for Ed-
Maine greenbackers , in convention
at Lewie ton , declared in favor of B. F.
Butler for president.
The democrats of Kentucky had con
ventions all over the state on the 2Cth.
Resolutions were adopted universally de
manding a tariff for revenue only. McDon
ald and Tilden were divided about equally
n expressions of preference. In spite of
Watterson's refusal to be a delegate at large
to the Chicago convention , quite a number
of counties instructed for him.
The sub-committee of the independ
ent republican conference committee in
Sew York met on the 26th. Among those
iresent were Carl Schurz , ex-Governor D.
El. Chamberlain and General Barlow. A
japer prepared by the committee in rela
tion to candidates for the coming election
was discussed and ordered printed. Gen
eral Barlow fcaid he thought the preference
of the organization was for Edmunds.
Mr. I. Carpenter , 463 Fourth avenue ,
Sew York , after running a gauntlet of
eight years' rheumatism , used St. Ja
cobs Oil , the great pain reliever , by
which he was entirely cured and has
lad no return of his complaint. .
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Piso's Cure for Consumptlo does not dry npa
cou h ; It removes the cauB
Affairs in Cuba.
A Havana dispatch says : The troops
are still unable to capture Aguero. The
authorities continue to maintain a dead
silence , thereby exasperating the public
nto the belief that the worst is happening.
Sold premiums rose as high as during the
irst insurrection. According to reliable
nformation the Aguero party is divided
nto three sections , thereby disconcerting
, he troops. Aguero is'supposed to be stay-
ng In the Zapata swamps. It is rumored
, hat he was again offered a largo sum to
eave the island.
Not Foot and Month Disease.
Professor Law , of the Treasury cat-
le commission , who has been in Kansas
carefully Investigating alleged cases of foot
and mouth disease in that region , telegraphs
to his associate , J. H- Sanders , of the Chicago
cage Breeders'Gazette , that all attempts to
communicating the disease by inoculation
lave failed. This is regarded as settling
, he question beyond all controversy that it
s not loot and mouth disease.
ATS AKMY EXPERIENCE.
How on Old Veteran Escaped Annlhlla-
* tion and Iilved to Impart a Warn
ing to Others
National Tribune of Washington.
A pleasing occurrence which has
just come to our notice in connection
with the New York state meeting of
the Grand Army of the Republic is so
unusual in many respects that we ven
ture to reproduce it for the benefit of
Captain Alfred Ronsom , of New
York , while pacing in the lobby of the
armory , previous to one of the meet
ings , suddenly stopped and scanned the
face of a gentleman who was in earnest
conversation with one of the Grand
Army officers. It seemed to him that
he had seen that face before , partially
obscured by the smoke of battle , and
yet this bright and pleasant counte
nance could not be the same pale and
death-like visage , which he so dimly
remembered. But the recollection ,
like Banquo's ghost , would not
"down" at command and haunted
him the entire day. On the day fol
lowing ho again saw the same counte
nance , and ventured to speak to its
owner. The instant the two veterans
heard each other's voices , that instant
they recognized and called each other
by name. Their faces and forms had
changed , but their voices were the
same. The man whom Captain Ren-
som had recognized was Mr. W. K.
Sage , of St. Johns , Mich. , a veteran of
the 23d N. Y. Light Artillery , and both
members of Burnside's famous expedi
tion to North Carolina. After the first
greetings were over , Captain Rensom
"It hardly seems possible , Sage , to
see you in this condition , for I thought
you must have been dead long ago. "
"Yes , I do not doubt it , for if I am
not mistaken , when we last met I was
occupying a couch in the hospital , a vic-
; im of 'Yellow Jack' in its worst
"I remember. The war seems to
mve caused more misery since its" close
than when it was in progress , " re
plied the Captain. "I meet old com
rades frequently who are suffering ter
ribly , not so much from old wounds as
Tom the malarial poisons which ruined
their constitutions. "
"I think so myself. When the war
closed I returned home and at times I
would feel well , but every few weeks
that confounded 'all-gone1 feeling
would come upon me again. My nerv
ous system , which was shattered in the
service , failed me entirely and pro
duced one of the worst possible cases
of nervous dyspepsia. Most of the time
" had no appetite ; then again I would
jecome ravenously hungry , but the
ninute I sat down to eat I loathed food ,
tfy skin was dry and parched , my flesh
oose and flabby. I could hold nothing
on my stomach for days at a time , ana
what little I did eat failed tfc assimilate.
I was easily fatigued ; my mind was
depressed ; I was cross and irritable
and many a night my heart would pain
ne so I could not sleep , and when I did
[ had horrid dreams and frightful
nightmares. Of course , these things
same on one by one , each worse than
: he other. My breath was' foul , my
iongue was coated , my teeth decayed.
[ had terrific headaches which would
eave my nervous system completely
shattered. In fact my existence , since
the war , has been a living death , from
which I have often prayed for release. "
"Couldn't the old
surgeon do you
iny good ? "
" 1 wrote him and he treated me , but
ike every other doctor , failed. They
all said my nerve was gone , and with
out that to build upon I could not get
well. When I was at my worst , piles
of the severest nature came upon me.
Then my liver gave out , and without
the use of cathartics I could not move
my bowels at all. My blood got like a
stream of fire and seemed , literally to
jurn me alive. "
"Well you might belter have died in
sattle , quick and without ceremony. "
"How many times I have wished I
lad died the day we captured New-
3erne ! "
"And yet you are now the picture of
"And the picture is taken from life.
[ am in perfect condition. My nerve
tone is restored ; my stomach rein-
yigorated ; my flesh is hard and healthy ;
in fact I have new blood ,
new energy and a new lease of
life wholly as the result of using
"Warner's Tippecanoe. This remarka-
ale preparation , which I consider the
finest tonic and stomach restorer in the
world , has overcome all the evil influ
ences of malaria , all the poison of the
army , all traces of dyspepsia , all mal-
assimilation of food , and indeed made
a new man of me. "
The Captain remained silent for a
while , evidently musing over his recol
lections of the past. When he again
raised his head he said :
"It would be a godsend if all the
veterans who have suffered so intense-
y and also all others in the land who
ire enduring so much misery could
mow of your experience , Sage , and
the way by which you have been re
And that is why the above conversa
tion is recounted.
Imprisoned on Pike's Peak.
There is considerable anxiety felt at
Colorado Springs.Col. . , as to the fate of
Signal Service Observer Ramsey , who has
> een on Piue's Peak station seven weeks.
George Buckhous , his companion , reached
there three weeks ago more dead than alive ,
after 24 hours in the snow drifts , 20 to 30
feet deep at that time. Provisions were
running low consisting of 8 pounds of rice ,
20 pounds of dried apples , 2 cans of con
densed milk , 80 pounds of flour , which was
ilmost uselebs as there was nothing to raise
t with , and a couple of pounds of salt fish.
Several ineffectual attempts have been nude
to relieve him.
A Pen-Picture of a Roaring Cyclone.
The Cobb county cyclone was in the
shape of an enormous globe. Its mo
tion was rotary. The globe was black
as smoke , while vivid lightning flashed
rom it. The stem would run up to
.he globe and down again , and seemed
o gather additional force by the action.
The whole was encircled by a crimson
cloud , grand and beautiful to behold.
The noise of the cyclone was similar
to that made by a coal burner engine.
When you visit or leave Now York City ,
save Baggage , Erpressafe and Carriage
Hire , and stop at GUAM ) UNION HOTEL ,
opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 elegant
rooms , fitted up at a cost of one million del
lars , reduced to $1 and upwards per day.
European plan. Elevator. Restaurant
supplied with the best. Horse-cars , stages
and elevated railroads to all depots. Fam
ilies can live better for less money at the
Grand Union Hotel than at any other first-
class hotel in the city.
Stop at the Metropolitan Hotel when
in Uuiaha. The best $2.00 per day
house in the 'west. Tables as good as
any $3.00 per day house.
They are healthy who are contented with
what they possess.
"Hough on Tooth Ache. " Ask for it. In-
tnnt relief , qnick cure. 15o. JUrumrlsw.
There are 65,000 clgarmakers In the
United States according to the recent cen
sus."My wife's 3years' nervous affliction , "
says Rev. J. A. Edle , of Beaver , Pa. ,
"wns cured by Samaritan Nervine. $1.60
Meerschaum has been discovered in some
parts of North Carolina.
Dr. Sanford's Liver Jnvigorator purifies
the blood , aids digestion , regulates the
When you are guest to the wolf , see that
you have a hound with you.
Mr. John Voile , the confectioner and
baker at Harrlsonville , Mo. , has had the
misfortune to have one of his sons crippled
and lame from disease of the knee-Joint.
Recently he placed him under the care
of the well-known surgeons Drs. Dicker-
son & Stark , at Kansas City , who are con
fident that they can cure him.
It Is the feeblest moustache , as well as
the sickliest child that gets the most fond
SKINNY MEN. "Wells' Health Renewer"
restores health and vigor , cures Dyspepsia , Impo
Pennsylvania tias a larger number of
postoffices than any other state.
"Weak peopleshould use Samaritan Ner
vine , the great nerve ( conqueror.
The cattle now owned in Colorado arc
From B. F. Liepsner , A. M. . Red
Bank , N. J. I have been troubled with
Catarrh so badly for several yeais that it
seriously affected my voice. I tried Dr.
's remedy without the slightest relief.
One bottle of Ely's Cream Balm did the
work. My voice is fully restored and my
head feels better than for years.
IN REGARD TO Ely's Cream BALM for
Catarrh , my answer is , I can recommend it
as the best remedy I ever used. Dr. J. S.
VAUGHAK , Dentist , Muskegon , Mich. ( See
Chief Justice Davis , of New York advo
cates national marriage and divorce laws.
NOTICE : In another column will be
found an article ia which all ( whether they
will or no ) are interested. .Neglecting to
read it may prove a very serious as well as
an expensive affair. "We refer to the ad
vertisement of Prickly Ash Bitters. ' A
knowledge of its merits and the benefit you
or your family may derive fromueing it will
save not only health but many dollars
otherwise expended In "Doctors' bills. "
In Bridgeport , Conn. ; is a dog that
skates on roller skates.
"Rough nn Conghi. " 15c. , 25c. , 50c. , at Drus-
plsta. Complete cure Coughs , Hoarseness , Sore
Superstition is a sort of parody of faith.
Praise undeserved is satire In disguise.
Que-erious that the Chinese man should
have such long hair. Ladies if yqu would
have your hair as long as the Chinese and
as beautiful asHouri's , use Carboline , the
deodorized petroleum hair renewer and
"Reward of'one , "
duty tays George
Eliot , "is the power to fulfil another. "
Brown's Bronchial Troches for
Coughs and Colds : "I think them the
best and most convenient relief extant. "
Rev. C. M. Humphrey , Gratz , Ey. ; 25ca
There are 419 type-setters , besides ap
prentices , in the governmentprinting office.
"Mother Swan's Worm Sirup , " for fever-
Ishne p. restlessness , worms , constipation ; taste
Postal cards cost the governmtnt fifty-
four cents and four mills a thousand.
Relief from Sick Headache , Drowsiness ,
Nausea , Dizziness , Pain in the Side , &c. ,
guaranteed to those using Carter's Little
Liver Pills. These complaints are nearly
always caused by torpid liver and consti
pated bowels. Restore these organs to
their proper functions and the trouble
ceases. Carter's Little Liver Pills will do
this every time. One pill is a dose. Forty
in a vial. Price 25 cents.
When you come to Omaha , take the
Street Cars or * Bus for the Metropolitan
Hotel. $2.00 per day. Tables as good
any $3.00 per day house.
Happiness is like an echo ; it answers to
your call , but does not come.
For Ily pep In , Indigestion , Depression of
Spirits and General Debility , In their various forms :
a.1 as a preventive against Fever and Ague , and
other Intermittent Fevers , the "Ferro-Phosyho-
rated Elixir of Callaayn , " made byCaswell ,
Hazard & Co. , Netr York , and sold by all druggists , is
the best tonic ; and for patients recovering from
fever or other sickness , it has no equal.
The government has sold more than two
hundred million dollars' worth of puolic
lands in eighty years.
Sprains , bruises , stiff joints , burns ,
scalds , and rheumatism are relieved by
Uncle S < im's Nerve and Bone Liniment.
Sold by Druggists.
Worms cause peevishness , fever * , con
vulsions and frequently death. A pleasant ,
safe and certain remedy is Dr. J AGUE'S
GERMAN WORM CAKES. Sold by all
Headache , constipation , liver complaint ,
biliousness are cured by that mild , cleans
ing remedy which never produces pain ,
EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS.
Only 25 cts. Sold by Druggists.
An economical man will keep the leather
of his harness soft and pliable , which pre
serves it from cracking or pipping. Ho al
ways ufre * UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS GEL.
Sold by all Harness Makers.
One-third of all who die in active middle
life are carried off by consumption. The most
frequent cause is a neglected cold , cough ,
hoarseness , bronchial trouble or asthma ,
all of which may be permanently cured by
EILERT EXTRACT OP TAR AND WILD
CHERRY. Sold by Druggists.
A farmer's wealth depends on the con
dition of his stock. When scraggy and fee
ble they are espeially liable to distempers
fevers , colds , and all diseases which de
stroy animals. Thousands of dollars are
saved annually bv that valuable old stand
by , UNCLE SAM'S CONDITION POW-
DER. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Restless , fretful , crying children are suf
fering and need for their relief DR. WINCH-
ELL'S TEETHING SYRUP , which is use
ful not'only for all the disorders of teething
infante- , but cures coughs , croups , sore
throat , colic and cramps of older children ,
and should always be kept In every house
for emergencies. Only 25 cts. Sold by all
Good behavior is the bett test of vir
tue and amiability.
Credulity is a great disadvantage to
an honest character.
A Champion of Bald Heads.
Daring a performance of "A Bunch
of Keys' ' at the Capital theater the
othir night , and. just as one of the per-
'formers cracked & nut on the bald head
of the hotel clerk , and an old fellow in
the audience * rose and exclaimed :
"This thing's gone fur enough , and I
don't think that the law should allow a
feller to crack hickory nuts on a man's
bald head. I am a bald-headed mau
myself , and I think that feller casts re
flections on every man in this house. "
It was with difficulty that he was
quieted , but finally he sat down. After
awhile , one of the hotel men struck a
match on the clerk's head , and the
sympathizing citizen raved until the
police removed him.
TVhen We Get to Heaven.
Henry Ward Boocher , Table Talk.
When we get to heaven no doubt
there will be great surprises for nearly
all of us. Hero we are like chestnuts
with the burrs on ; there we will be
without the burrs , and many of us will
be astonished to find there that we are
not half bo big as wo thought our
selves on earth.
i i i M < fcj * fc i rmm
Dyipepiia , General Debility ,
Janadioe , Habitual Constipa
tion , Liver Complaint , Sick
Headache , Diseased Kid-
Boys , .Etc. , Etc.
It contains onlv tha Purest Drugs , among
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4HD BZ22IE3 , HA1TD2AET , BUCEU , CZHiTA , Ss ,
It cleanses the system thoroughly , and as > <
PUKIFU3B OP THE BLOOD
It 13 i.ot an intoxicating beverage , nor can
It lie used as such , by reason of its Cathartic
PSICKLT ASH BITTER.S GO.
Solo Proprictoro ,
ST. LOUI- AND KANV.S CITY.
Ibava a positive remedy for tbe nbovo disease ; bylta
n thousands of cases of tbeworst kind and of lone
etandlnc bavo been cured. Indeed , BO strong Is my faltS
In Its efficacy , that I will send TWO BOTTLES FREE , to
gether with a VALUABLE TKEATISE on tbla dlsuua , ta
r. GlvoKzpressandP. O. address.
DR. T. A. bLOCUM , 181 Pearl 8L. New York.
Send Stomp for rny circular , "How I manage
poultry ; S75O. 81.30O. S1.6OO a year.
How to make poultry profitable. IIov to make
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build cheap poultry houses. Preserve eggs.
Cure Cholera ; Hake Hens Lay ; General Man -
try yard. A new book. C. G. BESSET ,
AOTIXNE. KANSAS. Breeder of Plymouth
Bock fowls Poland-China .
and - swine.v
TELEGRAPHY , branches Inallits Omaha ,
Neb. Send for circular. E. O. WAIT , Manager.
I Dam TPI PGRIPUV * K.R. Agents' business.
LcCtlll luLCOnArni Good SlinaMons. BEST
chance ever offered. AdJ.u
im JLA'i'Jtli > eipenonceu Boos , and iiioie Axenw in
" eTery County. Liberal Salaries Paid. Address
statins experience , P. O. ISoz g. K. , Bt. ixmls. Mo.
THE HAVENPOKT BUSINESS COLLEGE pre
pares men better for business tnim any other m-
utitutionis tbees imoi yof the commercial world.
For circular- address ,
& DUN1AN , Davenport. Iowa.
( $1 ( entpust i > uld n. t hut nlcUic
plated a ex ] , revolver. 'Si caLS shot nickle
plated $1,65. pauldings League Bnlit. 0
_ t'ataloguo f roe of Uuns , HsblnK Tackle
and Sporting Goods. i > uker& kinner.Kuckford , 111.
MCU learn Telegraphy hero and
itlLPl earn bigwages. . Situations
furnished. Address , with stamp , VALENTINE
BHOS. , Janesville , Wis. _
a OJSST8 WANT3RJU fo U.O b3 i and
* gelling Pictorial Boots and Biblca. Price reduced
33 per cent. NATIONAL PUB. Uo. , St. Louia. Mo.
"THE BEST IS CHEAPEST. "
ENGINES , THRCQHFRQSAff-HIUS ,
BonePowtts nnEOni-nO doTerflalleri
( Salted to all sections. ) WrtoforFnEEnins.PaniphIet !
ad Prices to The Aultman & Taylor Oa , Uanxfleld. Ohio.
It is a well-known fact that most of the
I Horse and Cattle Powder sold in this coun-
jtiy is worthless ; that Sheridan's Condi-
I tion Powder Is absolutely pure and * ery
j valuable. Nothing on Earth will
I make hens lay like Sheridan's
I Condition Powder. DOSP , one tcnspoonful to each pint of 1WU. It v ill also prevent and cure
ICHICKE CHOL Hog Cholera , < tc. Sold everywhere , or sent by ; mail for
rj . : = ts in stampc. AUo furnished in large cans , for
breeders'use , pi ice Sl.CO ; by mail , $1.20. Circulars fem + n > . T" T "T * * _ v jVCfiX ? f ffT > . _ * _ _
The good and staunch old
stand-by , MEXICAN MUS
TANG LINIMENT , has done
more to asauairo pain , relieve
suffering , and save the lives of
men and beasts than all other
liniments put together. "Why !
Because the Mustang pene
trates throngh skin and flesh
to the very bone , driving out
all p.in and soreness and
morbid secretions , and restor *
in ? the afflicted part to sound
and sunnle liealln-
, * *
gaffe Is * from r Rtn
erftl want of ton * ,
and 1U uwjnl con-
cnmliantf , dyi ? p-
ila and ntnroni-
OCM , l felUomide-
mabio from tbe n
of unouridDlna out
nditUnullof appfl *
lite , unaided. A
meddne- thai win
effect n removal of
the ipoclflo obttacla
to renewed neftlUi
nd Ytgor. toM U a
I * t&e real need. It
la tbe poaa Mioa of
IDS grand rcquirft-
ath Bitten an effec
tive as an Inv or-
itnt Xo- Bale by ajl
DnjRslits nd Deal
er * eenerally.
Causes no Pain.
Gives Belief at
Cure. Not a Liq
uid ar Snuff. Ap
ply with Finger.
Giro it 7 Trial.
0 conta nt DraKRlata. CO cents by moll replstered.
Bend tor circular.
BI.Y BBOTHEIIS , Drnralsta , OWPRO. N. Y.
Cure JIeu.UachcCon tlpntloi , Chlll nnd
Fever , and all Billon * CompliUnto.
AM. DRUGGISTS. PRICE OS CENTS A BOX
E. FERBETT , AGENT.
372 Pearl Street , N.Y.
W * C8 WrandotM i > C. IS yean' fntA.t
K. A "JflAS cn-r. MO. 1 13 in Chlcaeo.
Autiianxad by the 8tat to ucu
Chronic , Nerroo * and PrlTat * IK
l ra . Epflepoj. UhcomKUtij
Jujxvirora. Urinary aati bit. *
- , . StXWvI. WKAtKI3- > (11/04
V " " * > &C. Cnre j
iarvrr * ! ow. Tho'jttncb jf oa n
uyunuo * Tr.nilcla-s aird. No JeUW-os
fc.iu Ixulu.-wi. Aal mra > r.LM fnrnuhei Tr-a t *
pulenti at a duuncs. CootolUUon firea and conflrtcn
ual call or writs. Ape md czporieact ar Important
A BOOK , for both texn liltutrated aad elrcoJan otis
is now cpen. Hoara : 8 a. in. to 7 p. m.pa. Soadaj a : 10 to
13 a. m.
J)5 FOOTE'8 Original METHODS
fll n CYCQ Made New without docOP
ULU LI Lu tor8meUiciuo or glasses TT AlITI
PIIPTII DP Cured uitbo'toperation IIII ll f i
H U IU H t or uBcomf ortable trnsfl. " " "i *
pUUnO0 | | Cured withoutcuttinp ; (
DebllllT , etc. : cances
anil rational treatment , f
HI ! R n N I nDISCflRCS of rll kinds PJPP K
Un n U T. IU eo-callPd "incnraule. " IOc.ea h. ;
Address Dr. E. B. FOOTE , Box 788 , K. Y. City. '
OldeRt Medicine in the World'
la probably Dr. Isaac Thompson's
ELEBRATED EYE- " "
This a'tlcl is a carefully prcp&red physician's
proscription , and has been in constant n o for nearly
a century , and notwithstanding the many other
preparations that have been Introduced into the
market , the sxle of this article is constantly Increaa
ing. it the directions are followed It will never fall.
We particularly invite ihe attention of physicians to
Us merits. JOHJT iu THOMPSON ; SONS & Co. , Troy
JOSEPH DQT , ,
Sold by ALL DEALERS throughont the "World.
Gold ITIedal Paris Exposition , 1S76.
lt..s a J-ul different from iOi
o. - is cnp shape , with Self-
Ac..afr l.'al 11 n center , adapt *
1 UUfto c i ! positions of the body
while the ball in the cup.
p.reBcea back the inteo-
. - . tines just as a person
does With tno finger. > > itfi light prussurotheKer
Dials belt ! Evciirtlr nay ami nljfct , and a radical euro
certain. Itiaeayy.cunlileiindclienp. Sent by mail. Cir
culars free. 1-GM.XyTON THI'SS CO. . lllcaeoIH. .
JONES WAGON SCALES ,
Iiuu LuT r . Steel B arlnr . Bru *
Ture Beam and Beam Bel ,
tyi ( litfrelcht furfn
Price Lilt meutlnn till * paper and
22 Inc ham to
i'rlnclpal need ccv r be paid
o luuenx lutcrat IiLeptup.
A new treatment. A
positive cnre. Dr. W. C.
Payne , Marshalltown , la.
oO.OOO YAKDS OF AX.X. ICIVDS.
Fend for Samples and Prices.
S. A. ORCHARD. Omaha , Neb.
will buy 2" per cent , more Groceries at the OldJie-
: liable store uf
J. B. FJtEXCJI A CO. , OSIAJIA ,
than can bob nxhtelsewiiereintheatate. Theys-elJ
i 13 lb . A. Sugar for . . . . Sl.OO
13 1-2 lb. . * .x r t C Susrnr for - Sl.OO
i 11 1lb . Grannlnted * nci > rfor - Sl.OO
j 14 lb.new Orleans Suicur for - SS1.OO
, And other Rood * in prorv rtlon. Eend for Monthly
, I rice 11st , J. B.FUEX"'H& cu. . OMAHA.
WIHTf D M eeI ! Positively the FAOT-
EST SEL1INO OOK IN' THE
"OATEI/V-S UKIVEK8AI. JTD-
UCATOK , " 1 CO pases. 470 llln trailona ; Piuci
LOW : i ver GO.OOO rold Kxcl < eive territory and
the most liberal teimsver offered. Address , KAN
SAS ! mr I-UB. Uo lCO West Mnth stieet , Kanaia
Cit . Mo.
Ea-iytotis" . A certain cure. Not expensive. Three
months * treatment in one package. Good for Cold
In the Huul , lit aducho. Dizziness. Hay Fever , < t&
Fifty cents. By nil DrnssiMs. or bv mail.
FT n\y.KT.TTNV Wnrrf. . Pa.
N U Omaha 204 18
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please fiay you saw the advertisement In