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THE tABY OF TKAB9.
Through valley , and hamlet and city , ' Wherever humanity dwells , " "With a heart full of infinite pity , A breast that with smypathy swells , She walks , In her beauty Immortal- Each household grows sad as she nears , But she crosses at length every portal , The mystical Lady of Tears. If never this vision of sorrow Has shadowed your life In the past , You will meet her I know , serve tomorrow row , i 'She vlslte all hearthstones at last. * Teahouse and cottage and palace , To servant and king , she appears , And offers the gall of her chalice The unwelcome Lady of Tears. But In midnight , lone hearts that are ach ing With the agonized numbness of grief , Arc saved from the torture of breaking By her bitter-sweet draugh : of relief. Ob , then do all graces enfold her Like a goddess she looks and appears , And the eyes oveiflow that behold her , The beautiful Lady of Tears. Though she turns to lamenting all laughter , Though she gives us despair for delight , Life holds s new meaning thereafter For those who but greet her aright. They stretch out their hands to each other , For sorrow smiles , and endears , The children of our tender mother The sweet blessed Lady of Tears. fElla Wheeler , In Vanity Fair. A FREAK OF NAIURE. -As Ohio Monstrosity , "With an Animal's Mature and a Voice Like a Cyclone. OhUliootbo Leader. Marvelous as are the "freaks" gath ered together by the show people , they haven't anything in the way of "human curiosity to compare with a remarkable being confined in the coun ty infirmary of Pike county. The creature is a man , but his right to thai title rests solely upon the fact that he 'was born of woman. In every other respect he differs from his kind , and possesses no attributes in common with ordinary representatives of his sex. He l > ears upon his person , in his habits and vocal organs , all of the character istics of a bull , in as nearly a perfect form as it is possible for a two-legged creature to possess them. This remarkable beiug is named John and is forty years old. He is the son of very respectable parents , who , at the time of the monster's birth , lived in Pebble township. Twelve years ago the mother who gave birth to the unnatural object died , but the father is still living. Prior to the mother's death John was watched and cared for at home , but since her de mise he has been confined at the in firmary. The existence of the mon strosity is known to comparatively few people , and many of those who do know of his being have never seen Mm , being deterred from visiting his cell because of the terrible sight that would meet their eyes. Haines , or "John , " as he is called by everybody who has occasion to apeak about him , has been confined in the infirmary for twelve years. He is of medium height , with a very large head , and the forehead strong and bold , with a strongly marked ridge running down the center of it. Tne sides of the head are flat , running back almost at right angles with the fore head , while the top of the head slopes backward and downward at a sharp incline , leaving the cranium without brain room. His face is dark- skinned , heavy and brutish in expres sion and very repulsive. The eyes are like those of a bovine , and roll about in his head in an animalish sort of a way. A heavy mouth , in which a rest less tongue is almost constantly rolling a quid , strengthens the creature's like ness to a bull. His large ears stand out from his head like those of an alarmed beast. The long , thick and bushy head is covered by a close growth of short , coarse , stubby hair. His shoulders and breast are remarkable features of the monster , they being extraordinarily thick and heavy. He has a remarka ble depth of chest , the formation of which bears a strong resemblance to that of his shaggy counterpart. From the breast downward his body gradu ally tapers to the thighs. His lower limbs are slender and joined together like those of a noble steer. The feet and hands are those of a man. John is a remarkably strong and vigorous combination of flesh and bone , and prior to his confinement in the infirmary he was noted for his wonderful speed on foot. He would dart away from his home into the woods and run like a hound for miles , making the air melodious as he went , bellowing like a bull. His actions are all governed by instinct. His reason is an infinitessimal quality. He lacks the power of speech , and the only word that he can say that pos sesses meaning to his hearers is "bac- ca. " He is intensely fond of tobacco , and the first thing a visitor hears when nearing his apartment is the cry , "Bacca ! Baccs. ! " "VVheu he is given a piece of the pal atable leaf he tears it into little pieces , putting them into his mouth one at a tune. He rolls the tobacco around with tongue like a cow treats a quid of grass , and finally swallows the mass tobacco , saliva and all. Tobacco is a luxury that fills the poor creature with ieen delight , and when he sees a pouch j > roducea his eyes roll in pleasurable anticipation. John is kept in constant confinement in a little eight-by-ten cell , entrance to which is had through a barred door of heavy hickory strips. Just in the rear of this is an inclosure twenty or thirty feet square , and un roofed. The fence surrounding it is about twenty feet in height. This is John's exercising yard. He possesses the instincts of a bull , and is strongly affected by changes of the weather. He becomes greatly excited just before " a rain , thunder , snow or wind storm , and will plunge out into his. exercising- pen , tear around at a fearful'i-ate , paw uo th3 earth , and bellowing most frightfully. He has a voice of wonder- iul powerful power and the bullish noise he makes can be heard for a mile around. They cannot be distinguished by a stranger from those , of a gorgeous ball. So unerring is John in ills dem onstration , that the residents of that locality rely upon him as their barome ter , and he never fails to acquaint them with pending meteorological changes. He wears men's coarse clothing , after a manner peculiar to himself. He can not be induced to use suspenders. He ii frequently presented with those use ful appendages to a male's toilet , but it matters not now bright and gaudy the colors may be , John will tear the sus penders up and ornament his neck , arms and legs with the pieces. He keeps his pantaloons in place by con stantly holding them up by the band in front. When one hand is tired he catches a fresh grip with the other and struts around his dismal quarters with all the pomp and circumstance of a prize bull at an agricultural fair. He sleeps upon a small cot in one corner of his cell , having for his bed fellows a number of tin cans , bones and brick bats. He never removes his panta loons , and nothing can induce him to wear shoes. He is a rugged * healthy creature , with a body like a bull and a voice like a Kansas , cyclone. The man's history is a sad one. His mother , a very pleasant and intelligent woman , was one day crossing a field not far from their home a few months prior to John's birth. A vicious bull was pastured in the field , and when he caught sight of Mrs. Haines he came plunging toward her at full tilt , snort ing angrily. The terribly affrighted woman ran with all speed to the near est fence , and succeeded in getting on the other side of it before the Dull which was close in her wake , coul < harm her. The shock was a terrible one , and Mrs. Haines suffered for days from .nervous prostration. The tern ble effects of that fright were im pressed upon her unborn child , ant when he was ushered into the world the poor mother found that her off spring partook more of the nature of a bull than that of a human being. Her grief over this misfortune was pitiable , and for almost thirty years her life was embittered by a contemplation of the hideous child. When the wretched woman died John was removed to the infirmary , and has been confined there ever since. FOE a cold in the head , there is nothing so good as Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. GOVERNMENT LANDS. Report on the BUI Submitted from the House Committee The report submitted to accompany the bill reported from tbe house committee on public lands , providing for the repeal of tbe pre-emption and timber culture laws and an amendment to the homestead law. says : Under tbe pre-emption , homestead and timber culture laws , as they nowstand , a person may become the owner of 480 acres of tbe public domain , 160 acres under each. This is too large an amount of land tor any person to acquire in this manner. The policy of the govern ment should be to furnish as many } f our citizens with comfortable homes is long in the future as possible , and 160 icres is sufficient for this purpose. By giv ing this amount it will not be many years until all the public domain will be taken up. Fhe pre-emption law was passed in 1841 , ihe homestead law in 1862 and the timber culture act in 1873. When the homestead ict was enacted , the pre-emption law ihould have been repealed. The timber mlture law should never have been passed. liVe have , therefore , provided for the reseal - seal of the pre-emption and timber culture icts and an amendment to the homestead aw. Patents. No Patent. No Pay. Send model > r drawing. Stoddart & Co. , 413 G itreet , Washington , D. C. Fending and Bejected Claims. We make a specialty of this class of tlaims. If you have no attorney to epresent you , send to us for blanks md instructions. Stoddard & Co. , 413 T street , Washington , P. C. [ he Antimonopollsts National Con vention. The national convention of the anti- nonopoly party met at Chicago on the 14th. ffae call provided for between 1,500 and . , 600 delegates. At the opening there were tbout 200 delegates present. The conVen- ion was called to order by J. F. Henry , ihairman of the national committee. A motion was then made to proceed to he nomination of candidates for president. Sen. Butler was then 'put in nomination iuccessively by Mrs. Todd , tof California , l r. Rooney , of New York , and several ithers. Mr. Blanchard , of Vermont , put n nomination J. B. Weaver , of Iowa. The : hair here announced that he had Just had in interview with Mr. Weaver and that ; entleman had not only declared that he vould not accept the nomination , but was n favor of General Butler. Mr. Barnd , of Nebraska , nominated Allen G. Thurman. ) n the informal ballot Butler received 124 , Sherman 7 , Solon Chase , of Maine 1. Gen- : ral Butler was nominated by acclamation ind the convention adjourned. Cutting Rates U. P. Earnings. A Denver dispatch of the 14th says : "he war on eastern passenger rates con- inues , and crowds throng the streets in rent of the uptown offices. The following ates are bulletined : Missouri river points , listance 635 miles , $3 ; St. Louis , $5 ; Chi- : ago , $7 ; New York , $25 , with propor- ional rates to other eastern points. It is tated that scalpers are selling tickets to Sew York for $20. A Boston dispatch says the earnings > f the whole system of the Union Pacific oad for March was $1,792,700 , an increase > ver March of last year of $419,030. For be first three months of 1884 the earnings ivere $6,059,600 , an increase of $722,250 : ompared with the sartift period of 1883. The Age of ( he Newspaper. ioston Courier. Public attention is absorbed by the tewspaper ; and it is to the periodical tress press that the literary man owes toth his salvation and his ruin. The arge class of people who read simply o kill time , satisfy all literary craving's iy drinking at the streams , clear or Buddy , as the case may be , of their > et newspapers ; and even the lighter lass of stories appeal to them but sel- lom unless served , up in lone : columns .ndsent through the postoffice. It is imphatically the age of the newspaper , ind both author and preacher are rap- dly finding" themselves reduced to the ihoice between working for the period- cal press and abandoning the field al- ogcther. Of course , there are striking xceptions , but in the main this seems o us to be about the sense and sub- tance of the whole matter. Literary nen are as well off as ever , but they nust adapt their methods of work to he times in which they live. A THRILLING EPISODE. A Locomotive Engineer's Instinct Bow He Saved a Train and How He Saved Himself. Oh one of the darkest and stormiest nights of the recent unusual winter , the express on one of the leading Naw York railroads was moving westward from Albany. The engine's headlight threw a strong reflection in advance , bub the storm was so blinding it was almost impossible to distinguish any thing even at a short distance. Under such circumstances instinct necessarily takes the place of sight. All seemed to be going well , when , in an instant , the engineer reversed his engine , ap plied the air brakes , and came to a full stop. Why he did so he could not tell any more than any of us can account for the dread of coming disaster and death , and to the wondering inquiry of his fireman he simply said : "I feel that something's wrong. " Seizing a lantern he swung himself down from the cab and * went forward to in vestigate. Everything appeared to be right , and he was about to re turn to his engine when his eye caught sight of a peculiar appearance at the joint of the rail next to him. Brushing the accumulated snow away , he looked a moment , and then uttered an exclamation of horror. The rails on both sides had been unspiked and would have turned over the instant the engine touched them. What inspired this attempt at train-wrecking is un known , but it was presumed the con federates of gome prisoners who were on the train hoped , in the confusion of an accident , to deliver their friends. Engineer John Donohoe , ofAlbany , to whose wonderful instinct was due the salvation of the train , when asked by the writer why he stopped his en gine , said : "I can't tell why. I only know I felt something was wrong. " "Do you have these feelings often when upon the road ? " continued the writer. "No , very seldom , although for the past twenty years I have been in a con dition to feel apprehension at almos anything. " * "How is that ? " "Why , I have been a victim of one of the worst cases of dyspepsia ever known. I have not been confined to my bed , as like thousands pf others. I am compelled to work whether able or not. Indeed , when it first began I had only a loss ( f appetite , a faint feeling that would not go away and a bad taste in tbe mouth , but I finally got those ter rible craving and knawing feelings that make life so unbearable and are known as general debility. " "What did you do ? " "I tried physicians until I became discouraged. I gave eight different ones fair tests , but' none of them bene- fitted me. I then tried proprietary medicines , but they failed , likewise. It looked pretty dark for me so far as any more peace or enjoyment in this world were concerned , and I became terribly discouraged. " "You certainly do not look that way now. . " "Oh , no , indeed , I am in perfect health now , " was the reply , "and I propose to continue so. My nervous ness is entirely gone ; I can sleep nights-the aching numbness has dis appeared ; the pale , sickly appearance lias given place to the color of health , and I have readily put on flesh. This is what has been accomplished by means of Warner's Tippecanoe. If I can be cured after a chronic illness of nearly a quarter of a century I believe all suffering in a similar manner can be restored by using the same great rem- ariv " h UV. Such is the'testimony of a man who 3ould detect and remove unseen dan ger on the road , but could not remove ; he dangers from within his own sys tem until brought face to face with the yreat preparation above named , which lid so much for him and can do as nuch for all those who require it. < i " A RAILROAD SMASH-UP. [ n Which Fifteen or Twenty Laborers Lose Their Lives. A west-bound freight train collided vith a gravel train on the Baltimore and Dhio railroad , one mile east of Connells- rille , and a number of laborers , variously istimated at from twelve to twenty , were tilled and many injured. Both trains were ; oing at high speed and came together with i terrible crash. The engines remained on ; he track and telescoped each other into the imoKe-stack , but the heavy tenders umped into the air and fell , the freight ; ender upon its engine and the gravel train ender back upon the first car in the rear of t. Here was a scene of death. Six men ivere killed outright in this car and four jthers were fastened down by broken tim- 3ers and were roasted to death , the car mtehing fire from an overturned stove , and burning up before the stupefied survivors : ould comprehend the awful situation of their shrieking companions. The wreck itself was a ghastly sight. The render of the freight engine stood thirty 'eet ' in the air at the side of the iron car , hat was burned. There could be seen sit ting amid the glowing embers , twisted iron rods and dead ashes , three grinning skele tons , one sitting bolt upright , apparently peering into the flames that had smothered out his life as well as those of his compan- ons. When the wreck was cleared away it was iiscovered that twelve persons had been njured and fourteen more missing. The lodies of ten of those missing were recov ered. The others are supposed to have jeen completely consumed. Of those re- : overed only two were partially identified. The others were burned shapeless. The verdict of the corner's Jury Is to the iffect that the collision was due to the care- eusness of train dis patcber Gilbert Lewis. THE EEPDBLICAS CONVENTION. L Circular Issued Relating to Tickets of Admission. Chairman Sabin has issued a'circn ar to the effect that tickets of admission to he republican national convention will lave coupons for. each probable session. 2ach ticket will be numbered and allotted o a particular seat. No pro vision is made or weekly newspapers. The daily papers ire amply cared for under charge of John 3. New. Tickets for delegates , alternates md general admission will be turned over o the national committee at Chicago on the list of May. The members of the national : ommittee from each state and territory will have charge of the tickets for his state > r territory and distribute the same to the ielegates. Thus the delegates will have he final distribution of the tickets and are he proper and only persons to whom ap plication , should bo made. COMMERCIAL. . OMAHA. WHEAT No. 2 Gixta 70 BAXLXT tfo. 2 GO ra Gl RT No. 8 47 (3 ( 47 COKN No.2 41 ; ; ® 42 OATS No. 2 32 & 82 # FLOCK Wheat Graham. . 2 75 ORANGIS Messlnaperbr 4 75 O 5 25 LXMONS Messina , perbz 4 00 at 4 35 BTJTTXK Creamer ? 25 ( l 27 BDTTKR Best country roll 15 fit 18 EGOS Fresh . ' 13 ® 18K CHICKENS Per doz , live. 4 00 LXTTUCK Per pound. . . . 60 © 55 CHICKENS Drsd , per Ib. . 12 & 13 ONIONS Per bushel 90 & 1 00 HAT Bailed , per ton. . . . 800 ® 1000 MESS PORK 18 50 © 19 00 SHKEP A GO 4 50 STXKRS 4 20 525 HOGB 5 00 < a 5 50 CALVU 5 60 < a 6 50 CHICAGO. WHKAT Per bushel 87 & 87& CORN Per bushel , 65J ' 55 , ' OATS Per bushel 82 & 33 PORK 17 80 & 17 35 LARD 8 15 a 8 17K HOGS Pckg and shipp'g. 5 75 & 6 05 CATTLE Exports. . 6 30 ( a 6 60 SHEEP Medium to good. . 400 Q 475 ST. LOUIS. WHEAT Per bushel. . . * . . * 113 O 114X CORN Per bushel 51X0 52 , ' . ' OATS Per bushel 83 XO 34 CATTLE Exports 6 40 O 6 70 SHEEP Medium 4 50 & 5 25 HOGS Packers 6 40 & 5 70 NOTICE : In another column will be found an article in 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 from usinsr it will save not only health but many dollars otherwise expended in "Doctors' bills. " The scions of the times babies. A bent pin on a chair is an indication of an early spring. Belief 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. Bestore 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. Pennsylvania has a larger number of postofficea than any other state. "JKoavb on Conffhi. " ISo. , 2c. , 50c. , at Drug gists. Complete core Coucchs , Hoarseness , Bore Throat. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Fiction pleases the more in proportion as it resembles truth. For 25 years I have been afflicted with Catarrh so that I have been confined to my room for two months at a time. I have tried all the humbugs in hopes of relief butte to no success until I met with an old friend who had used Ely's Cream Balm and ad vised me to try it. I procured a bottle to please him , and from the first application I found relief. It is the best remedy I have ever * tried. W. C. MATHEWS , Justice or the Peace , Shenandoih. Iowa. A sub-marine institution The Marine bank. Those Complaining of Sore Throat or Hoarseness should use BROWN'S BRON CHIAL IROCHES. The effect is extraordi nary , particularly when used by singers and speakers for clearing the voice. 25 cents a box. / An opera glass The one taken between the acts. "Always gives entire satisfaction" is what a leading druggist says of Dr. San- tord's Liver Invigorator. The fame that comes from hanging is but tiemp-tie honor. "BVCHU-PATBA. " Quick , complete cure , ill annoying Kidney and Drlnary Diseases , fl. He who lives but for himself lives but for i little thing. For Dycpepila , Indigestion , Depression of Spirits and General debility , In their various forms ; tlso as a preventive against Fever and Ague , and > ther Intermittent Fevers , the "Ferro-Fhospho rated Elixir of Callioyo , " made by Caswell , hazard & Co. , New York , aid sola by all druggists , ig he best tonic ; and for patients recovering from 'even ' or other sickness. It has no equal , The electric light on Washington monu- nentcanbe seen plainly seventeen miles iway. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ IF afflicted with Sore Eyes , use Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. I5c. I5c.Mrs. Mrs. Salmi Horse keeps a candy store in 5an Francisco. Que-rious that the Chinese men should lave such long h ir. Ladies if you would laveyour hair as long as the Chinese and as leautiful as a Houii's , use Carboline , the leodorized petroleum hair renewer and Iresser. Why is an empty whisky barrel like lades ? Because it is the place of depart- sd spirits. _ Allen'a Iron Tonic Bitters Invigorate be Liver. All genuine bear tne signature of J. f . Ulen , Druggist. 8u Paul , Minn. In Minnesota several girls are acting as ailway station agents. Stop at the Metropolitan Hotel when in Omaha. The best $2.00 per day louse in the west. Tables as good as iny $3.00 per day house. Sprains , bruises , stiff Joints , burns , calds , and rheumatism are relieved by Jncle Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment. ! od ! by druggists. . Worms cause peevishness , fevers , con cisions and frequently death. A pleasant , afe and certain remedy Is Dr. JAQUE'S JERMAN WORM CAKES. Sold by all Iruggists. Headache , constipation , liver complaint , iliousness are cured by that mild , cleans- ne remedy which never produces pain , SILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS. ) nly 25 cts. Sold by Druggists. An economical man will keep the leather if his harness soft and pliable , which pre- erves it from cracking or ripping He al ways uses UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS OIL. Sold by all Harness Makers. One.third of all who die in active middle Ife are carried of by consumption. The aost frequent cause is a neglected cold , lough , hoarseness , bronchial trouble or ihma , all of which may be permanently iured by EILERT EXTRACT OF TAR WILD CHERRY. Sold by Drug- A farmer's wealth depends on the condi- ion of his stock. When scraggy and feeble hey are especially liable to distempers , fe- 'ers , colds , and all disease which destroy nimals. Thousands of dollars are saved nnually by that valuable old standby. INCLE SAM'S CONDITION POWDER' Restless , fretful , crying children are suf- ering and need for their relief DR.WINCH- 3LLPS TEETHING SYRUP , which is use- ul not only for all the disorders of teething ufants , but cures coughs , croups , sore hroat , colic and cramps of older children , nd should always be kept in every house or emergencies. Only 25 cts. Sold by all Iruggists. An umbrella carried over a woman- ' he man getting nothing but the drip , tings of the rain , signifies courtship , Yuen the man has the umbrella and he woman the drippings it indicates narriage. When you visit or leave New York dtyy save Baggage , Expressage and Carriage Hire , and stop at GRAND UNION HOTEL , opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 elegant rooms , fitted up at a cost of one million dollars lars , reduced to $1 and upwards- per day. European plan. Elevator. Restaurant supplied with the best. Horse-cars , stages ana elevated railroads to all depot * , fami lies can live better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than at any other first- class hotel in the city. When you come to Omaha , take the Street Oars or 'Bus for the Metropolitan Hotel. $2.00 per day. Tables as good any $8.00 per day house. The number of drunkards who die each year in this country la estimated at 00,000. "KOVOH ON CORNS. " Ifie. Aak for It Complete cure , hard or § oft coma , warts , bunion * . Joseph Cook sleeps with a dictionary un der his pillow. A CARD. To all who are suffering from er rors and indiscretions of youth , nervous weak ness , early decay , loss of manhood , &c. . I will send a recipe that will euro you , FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send self- addreBsed envelope to RKV. JOSEPH T. INMAN , Station D , New York. Sweet are the uses of adversity , but most people prefer sugar. DON'T DIE IN THE HOUSE. "Roach on Rats" clean out rau mice , flies , roaches , bed-bugs. 16c. Wounds given to honor never heal. Every great pagsion is but a prolonged hope. CUR ES Rheumatism , Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago , Backache , Headache , Toothache , hroat.SnrcIllnBBMpr lnitII Burn * . Scald * . Frost IIKei. AND ILL OTI1EK IIODILY 1UISS A3D ACHES. Boldbj Orcgglits andDealerserenwbere. Fifty CenUa bottlo. Directions la 11 L ngu f ci. THE CHARLES A. VOGELEH CO. UtMoMMritoA.VOUXLKRCO. ) B Ul or , Hit , C. 8.1. ASH CURES AU.D1SEASESGFTRE LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS. Dyspepsia , General Debility , Janadioe , Habitual Constipa tion * Iiiver Complaint * Sick Headache , Diseased Kid neys , Ete. , Etc. It contains only the Purest Drags , among which may bo enumerated JSICXLt ASS BAE2 AOT 3ZBIX S , HAOTSASI , BUCOT , tXSSL , Etc , It cleanses the system thoroughly , and as a PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD Is It la not an Intoxicating beverage , nor car It be used as snob , by reason of its Cathartic Properties. PBIOKIiT ASH BITTER ? CO * Sole Proprietors , ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CffY. Heeenerabon for enfeebled systems , suffering.rom agen- eral want of lone , and Its usual con comitants , dyspep sia and nervous ness , is seldom de rivable f i om the use of a nourishing diet and stimuli of appe tite , unaided , A medicine that will effect a removal of the specific obstacle to renewed health andvigur. that Is a genuine corrective , is the real need. It Is the possession of this grand require ment which makes Hottetter's Stomach ach Bitters so effec tive as an invigor- ant. For sale by all Druggists and Deal- era generally. Relieved Immediately and ASTHMA cured by using IONE : ASTHMA CONQUEROR. Price J3.00 per rattle or 3 bottles for $8 OD delivered. Address J > R. C. dARKT. Manager , HAMILTON. OHIO. or heirs send stamp for circu QOLDIERS lars showing who is entitled . to pension , bounty , &c. Ii. C. V WOOD , Tension A.tty. , Washington. D. C. ' Tnos- peimoson. . W sh- i lnutonD.t : . No pay asked or patentuntiiobtatned. Write for Inventor's Guide JUAjrrKD experienced Book and Bible Ascents In 11 every County. Liberal Salaries Paid. Address , tattnz experience , F. O. Sox g. g. , St. Louis , Mo. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. . Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use i n time. Hold by druggists. WCON SUMPTION" kOKMTB WJLNTED for the best and f astest- elUng Pictorial Books and Bibles. Prices reviucec 3per cant. NATIOWAI. PUB. Co. . St. Iionli. Mo. A new treatment. A - DANCER icsltlve cure. Dr. W. C1 ayne. Marshalltown.Ia. W N U Omaha 307-21 VHEN WRITING TO ADVERTISERS , please say you saw the advertisement in this paper. A Daagerowi C M. * * BOCHXBTEB. JUDQ1. 1883. "Ton Years airo I was attacked with the most Intense and deathly pains in ay > baclc n4 Kldneyi. ' 'Extending to the end of my Coes 'and to N my brain ! "Which made me delirious. I "Fromjujony. ' 'It took throe men to hold me on H y bed at times I / ' 'The Doctors tried In vain to relieve me. But to no purpose. "Morphine and other opiates 4'Had no tectJ 1 'After two months I was given up to die ! "When my wife heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters had done for her , she at once got and gave me some. The first dose.eased my brain and seemed to go hunting through my system for the pain. The second dose eased me BO much that I slept two hours , something I had not done for two months. Before I had used five bottles , I was well and at work , as bard at any man could , for over three weeks ; but I worked too hard for my strength , and taking a bard cold , I was taken with tbe most acute and painful rheumatism all through my system that was ever known. I called the doctors again , and after sev eral weeks , they left me a cripple oa crutches for life , as they eaid. I met a friend and told him my case , and he said Hop Bitters had cured him and would cure me. I poohed at him , but he was so earn est that T was induced to use them again. In less thai , four weeks I threw away my crutches and went to work lightly and kept on using the bitters for five weeks , until I became as well as any man living , and have f been so for six years since. It also cured I my wife , who had been to for years : and has kept her and my children , -well and hearty with from two to three bottles per year. There is no need to be tick at all if these bitters are used. J. J.BEBK , Ex- Supervisor. ' 'Thatpoor Invalid wife "Sister ! "Motheii "Or daughter ! "Can. be made tbe picture of health ! "With a few bottles of H p Bitters ! "Will you let : bero suffer I WILBOE'S COMPOUND OP PURE COD LIVERI OIL AND LIME. TothnConiaaptlve * "Wllhor' CoBipojn < offon-HVEB OIL AM > LIME , without posteulnr the very nauseating flavor of tbe article as heretofore need , la endowed by tbe Hhosphnteor Lln.ewlth * healing property which rondo the Oil doubly eS- cnclous. Uemorkab'e testlmonlala of Its efficacy- can bo shown. Bold by A. W. 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Extra O Sugar for 191.OO 11 1-8 lb . Gronnlntvd Sugar for - fl.O 14 lb . Neve Orleunc Sugar for - tgl.O * And other goods In proportion Bend for Monthlr Price List. J. B. gBBNKH & CO. . OMAHA. Carpets. 50,000 YAKB8 OF AX1 , KINDS. Send for Samples and Prices. S.'A. ' ORCHARD , Omaha , Neb. I CURE FITS * when I saj care i ilo not mean merely to atop tuem lor a time and then have them return again. I mean a radi cal cure. I have made the disease of FITS. EPILEPST or FALLINO SICKNESS * life-long study. Iwamctmy remedy to cure the wont cases. Because others bar * tailed Is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Seed at onca for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infallible nmedy. Give Express and Poet Office. U coaU jot fioUtlnrforatrlal , and I will cure TOO. Address Dr. II. O. BOOT , in Pearl St. , New York. CONSUMPTION. I have a positive remedy for the above disease ; byltc lisa thousands of cote * of the wont kind and of lone standing bare been cared. 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