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THE SMALL GRAIN. What the Hnrvent Shall Be o Foreshadowed - owed by Recent Ketnrns. T. W. Tallmadgc , Milwaukee , on the Oth , Issued his annual estimate on the spring and winter wheat , basing his calcu lations on reports Just received from the secretaries ot the state boards of agricul ture and statistical agents of the states named. His estimates are as follows : , Spring Wheatr-Mlnneuota , 38,000,000 bushels : Nebraska , 31,000.000 bushels ; Iowa , 28,000,000 bushels ; Dakota , 23,000- 000 bushels ; Wisconsin , 21,000,000 bushels. , Total , 141,000,000 bushels. Winter Wheat-California , 48,500,000 bushels ; Kansas , 34,600,000 ; Indiana , 33- 500,000 : Missouri , 32,500,000 ; Ohlo,30,500- 000 ; IllinolH. 30,500,000 ; Michigan , 30,000- 000 ; Pennsylvania , 23,000,000 ; Oregon , 10- 000.000 : New York , 14,000,000 ; Kentucky , 13,000,000 ; Maryland , 10,000,000 ; Tennes see , 10,000,000 ; Virginia , 7,000,000 ; North \ Carolina , 5.000,000 ; Texas. 5,000.- \ 000 ; West VUglnla , 5,000,000 ; Geor- * rfa , 4.000,000 ; Washington , 4,000.000 ; " Oolqrado , 3,000,000 ; South Cam- llna , 2,500,000 ; New Jersey , 2,500,609 ; Arkansas , 2,000,000 ; Alabama , 2,000,000 ; Utah , 2,000,000 ; Delaware , 1,000,000 ; New Mexico , 1,000,000 ; Montana , 1,000,000 ; Idaho , 1,000,000 ; Maine. 600,000 ; Arizona , ) 500,000 : Mississippi , 500,000 ; Vermont , 600,000 ; New Hampshire , 209,000 ; Nevada , 200,000 ; Wyoming , 200,000 ; Connecticut , N 48,000 ; Massachusetts , 25,000 ; Louisiana , 3 25,000 ; Florida. 1,000 ; Rhodelsland , 1,000. Total , 375,000.000 bushels. SWEPT OVER TIIE FilLS. Dashed to Denth in n Fall of Three Hnn dred Yards. A Helena ( Montana ) dispatch says that while the ferry at Thompson's Falls "was crossing the river Sunday afternoon the cable broke and the boat went over the falls , 300 yards below. The boat had on board eleven men bound for the Cumr d'Alene mines , and thirteen pack-horses , each car rying 300 pounds of supplies for Eagle City. Ihe current was very swift and powerful. As soon as the cable broke all the passen gers except two Jumped overboard and struggled vainly torcajh the shore , but were swept over the falls.The boat righted after going over the brink , and lodged against the Belknap bridge a short distance belww , where the two passengers who still clung to It were rescued. Two men on shore took a skiff and tried to effect the rescue of those who Jumped into the water , but were also swept over the falls. Of the thirteen men concerned , eleven were lost. All were strangers going to the. mines , and tneir names are not known. All the pack ani mals were drowned. A Terriflc Storm. Springfield , Vt. , was visited by a disastrous flood , the second within eleven months. At 1 o'clock the storm , with ter rific force , burst upon the village. A storm \vas also in progress five miles north of town. The high winds that changed in a few minutes from north and south and back again drove the two storms together over a hill north of town and sent down a torrent of water. So rapidly did the water rise that few had time to save anything and were forced to flee for their lives. The loss will reach $50,000. In places the highways are gutted and twenty-five feet deep. Some houses in the village have four feet of mud in them. A barn blowing down killed Wm. Parker and family and injured a woman named Betta Spaulding. The storm raged tor three hours. A Destructive Waterspout. A storm , accompanied by a water spout , visited the Cumberland valley in Pennsylvania on the night of the 10th. Sev eral passenger trains narrowly escaped wrecking. From Newville east the railroad xunson a high embankment made of ground. Directly after the tram had passed over that portion of the road the storm burst , and in the presence of President Kennedy and other passengers on the rear car , carried half a mile of rails , ties and embankment away. Telegraph poles were prostrated and communication cut off. To avoid calamities a fire was built at each end of the washout. The waterspout was about half a mile wide and very destructive to grain , buildings and fences. A $100,000 Steal. Isaac A. Stanley , a paying teller , was Jailed at Cleveland for embezzling $100 , - 000 from a bank. The shortage was dis covered on the llth , when cashier Garret- son counted the reserve fund kept in a / v special apartment of the vault , the combin ation of which was 'known only to Garret- son and Stanley. When asked to explain the sbrinkag'e Stanley confessed that a year ago he was troubled about a debt of $800 on his house and thought he could take that sum from the reserve fund without harm to anyone , invest it in grain , realize a profit , pay off the mortgage on his place and return the money , but the investment was unfort unate and to cover the loss took more until he had taken clear $100,000. The bank will continue business as usual. The Western Delegates in the East. The western delegation , accompa nied by several prominent persons of Augusta , Maine , visited the national sol- diers' home at Augusta on the 10th. They were received by Gen. Luther Stephenson , the governor of the home , and saluted with thirty-eight guns. The hall was surround ed by a large body of soldiers in line. The governor delivered a brief address , giving a ehort history of the home. In the evening there was an informal private reception given by Mr. Blaine to the delegation. A small number of invitations were issued to prominent citizens and about 100 persons were in attendance. The guests were re ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Elaine and a very pleasant hour spent in social conversation. He Changed llis Mind. Philadelphia Call , "I come as an humble but I hope de serving supplicant for your daughter's hand , " was what he said when he en tered the room where the retired capi talist sat. "Indeed ! " replied that gentleman. "And have you an income to support a wife and family comfortably ? " "Not just at present , sir. I am a clerk in a hardware store , but my pros pects of becoming a member of the firm before long are very flattering. " "Well , I like your looks , young fel low , and if the matter is agreeable to my daughter you have my consent. My daughter's happiness is my first aim in life. If you should find that your pros pects turn out less flattering than you anticipate I will do something for you myself. I expect to again engage in business in a short time. " "You are very kind , sir , " responded the young man , gratefully ; "and may I ask what line of business you will follow ? " "The banking business. I shall , start a bank with a capital of § 1,000- 000. " , Here the young man turned pale and started for the door. "I I hope you will excuse me , sir , " he stammered , "but I have suddenly changed my mind about marrying your daughter. I have got about § 2,000 saved up , and § 2,000 is a good deal of money for a hardware clerk to lose. " A RAILROAD WRECK. Several I'enons Killed and .Others Soil ously Injured. By collision between an excur filon train and an accommodation on the Camden road , on the 13th , Engi neers Palmer and Baxter , Con ductor Smith , Baggagemaster Vaughn , Mall Agent Wylie and Fireman Harbei were killed and many persons injured. The excursion party was of the Camden Presby terian church. The point where the col lision occurred is-considered the worst or the line. It is a heavy down grade and curves in both directions. In the middle oi the curve is a wooden bridge over Cooper' * creek. There is onlya single track in the curve. Mail Agent Wylie called from un der the debris , "Here I am. " When taken out he was found shockingly lacer ated add death occurred in a very short time. The accident was caused by the non-re ception of telegraphic dispatches. Both engines were tmashed. .The following were injured : Henry Dietz , scalded and hip broke. Leonard Buscb , badly scalded. Frank McCormick , leg broken and scalded. John Cabky , slightly injured. Wm. Casky , injured internally and can not live. Jos. Hosenbaum , express agent , badly hurt about the back and head. Al. Glrn. conductor , injured internally. Cora May Lippencott and brother Eugene slightly injured. One of the passengers said that after the collision all scrammed out of the cars , some by the windows. Both locomotives were demolished , and escaping steam made it impossible for some time for any one to approach preach within fifty feet of the wreck. Great excitement existed among the people in the two trains , especially among the women and children. The accommodation was running twenty-two miles an hour when it entered the curve , and after the two trains came together the utmost confusion pre vailed among the passengers. If a cough disturbs your sleep , one dose of Piso's Cure will give you a night's rest. COMMERCIAL. OMAHA. 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No Patent. No Pay. Send modeler or drawing. Stoddart & Co. , 412 G. Street , "Washington , D. C. , Patent At torneys. _ The discussions on the Morrison bill make particularly timely a paper an nounced for the June Harper's , on "The New York Custom-house. " As the collector of the port of New York deals with more than two-thirds of all the importations of the country , the article is practically a comprehensive sketch of our customs-revenue system. The writer gives a quantity of interest ing facts and tables as to the imports and shipping of the country , and fol lows the complicated processes of cus toms-entry through all the divisions of the custom-house. Many illustrations add to the interest of the article. How to Save Money , and we might also say time and pain is well , in our advice to good house keepers and ladies generally. The jreat necessity existing always to have i perfectly safe remedy convenient for the relief and prompt cure of the ail ments peculiar to woman functional irregularity , constant pains , and all the symptoms attendant upon uterine dis orders induces us to recommend strongly and unqualifiedly Pr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" woman's best iriend. It will save money. Bishop Henry Potter proposes that every clergyman whose salary is § 3,000 or over shall contribute an annual per centage to increase the income of the clergymen who receive less than 51,000. The plan is warmly endorsed 3y the poor clergy. Loss of Flesh and Strength , with poor appetite , and perhaps slight coughin morning , or on first lying down at night , should be looked to in time. Persons afflicted with consumption are jroverbially unconscious of their real state. Most cases commence with dis ordered liver , leading to bad digestion and imperfect assimilation of food lence the emaciating , or wasting of the flesh. Jt is a form of scrofulous disease , and is curable by the use of that great est of all blood-cleansing , anti-billious and invigorating compounds , known as ) r. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discov . " ery. _ Answers to stock messages have fre quently been received by cable between Boston and London in fifteen minutes. 3n a trial test on one occasion an answer - swer was received from London in the emarkably short space of six minutes. Che test was made without previous areparation. Many imitators , but no equal , has DrSage's Catarrh Remedy. One of the best rules in conversation s never to say a thing which any of he company can reasonably wish we md rather left unsaid ; nor can there mything be well more contrary to the jnds for which people meet together , han to part unsatisfied with each other jr themselves. Swift. ON PAI3T. " Quick cure for Colic , Jrampsj Dlairhcea , Aches , Pains , e Drains , Hoad- che. _ _ _ As to trouble , who expects to find cher- ies without stones , or roses without .horns. HER SECRET TROUBLES. The Unknown Trials Which a Woman En durecl Without Complaint Why They VanlNhcd. Near the close of one of the most try ing of the few hot days of the present year a pale , care-worn woman might have been seen at the window of hei dwelling apparently in a condition oi complete exhaustion. Her efforts tc meet the accumulated duties of hei household had been great but unsuc cessful , while the care of a sick child , whose wails could even then be heard , was added to her otherwise overwhelm ing troubles. Nature had done much for her , and in her youthful days she had been not only beautiful but the pos sessor of health such as is seldom seen. But home and family duties and the depressing cares which too often accompany them had proven greater than her splendid strength and she felt at that moment not only that life was a burden but that death would be a grand relief. This is no un usual experience. It is , in fact , a most common everyday- occurrence , and a great prayer is constantly ascending from thousands of homes for deliver ance from the deadly power which is enslaving so many wives , mothers and daughters. And yet these duties of life must be met. No woman can afford to turn aside from the proper care of her home and the ones who are committed to her care , although in doing these duties she may sacrifice her health , and possibly liie itself. The experience of one who successfully overcame such trials and yet retained health and all the blessings it brings is thus told by Rev. William Watson , Presiding Elder of the Methodist-Episcopal church , residing at Watertown , N. Y. He said : "My wife became completely run down through overwork and care of a sick member of pur household , and I entertained serious apprehensions as so her future. She was lan guid , pale , utterly exhausted , with out appetite , and in a complete state of physical decline. And yet she did not , could not neglect her duties. I have seen her about the house , trying courageously to care for the ones she loved , when I could tell , from the lines upon her face , how much she was suf fering. At times she would rally for a day or two and then fall back into the state of nervous exhaustion she felt before. Her head pained her frequent ly , her body was becoming bowed by pain and all hope or enjoyment in life seemed departed. What to do we could not tell. I resolved , however , to bring back her life and vitality if possi ble , and to this end began to treat her myself. To my graat relief her system has been toned up , her strength re stored , her health completely recover ed , and wholly by the use of Warner's Tippecanoewhich I regard as the great est tonic , invigorator and stomach rem edy that has ever been discovered. I was led to use it the more readily as I had tested the health-restoring proper ties of Warner's Safe Cure in my own person and I therefore knew that any remedy Mr. Warner might produce would be a valuable one. I have since recommended both Warner's Tippeca- nee and Warner's Safe Cure to many of my friends and P know several Doc tors of Divinity as well as laymen who are using both with great benefit. If all the overworked and duty driven women of America could know of the experience above described , and act upon the same , there can be little doubt that much of the pain , and most of the depressing influences of life might be avoided , Such truths are too valuable to remain unknown. s . STRUCK : BY FORTUNE. One of the Memphis Men Who Drew Fif teen Thousand Dollars. Stories of sudden or miraculous wealth have always possessed a pecu liar fascination for the masses-and the man who has drawn a prize in a lot tery is regarded as the happiest of mor tals. At the last drawing of The Louisiana State Lottery two Memphis men drew § 15,000 each. One of these was Mr. B. J. Dorsey , who has been a foreman of hands at work upon the levees along the Mississippi. He has been living in humble circumstances at 33 Jackson street. Au Avalanche re porter yesterday had curiosity to see the man who had drawn the 815,000 , so he repaired to the corner of Main and Jackson streets and inquired of some children where Dorsey lived. "You mean the man that drew the lottery prize ? " asked on'j of them. "Yes , " replied the reporter. "He's moved away. He used to live in that little house over there , but he's goin' to live in a fine house in Fort Pickering now. " The reporter greatly marveled and went to the house pointed out to him , and asked a man there if Dorsey still lived there. "No , " was the reply. "You see' he drew part of the big prize in The Louisiana State Lottery , and he wants more stylish quarters. He's got the monejr and I guess he's happy. I wish [ was in his place , that's all. " Mr. Dorsey is said to be a man in Bvery way deserving the good luck that has been thrust upon him by chance. Memphis ( Tcnn. ) Avalanche , June 4. Paper spokes for wheels are among ihe latest appliance for that ever-in creasing article. The paper pulp is forced into iron molds under heavy pressure , where it dries and hardens , and the spokes thus produced are said : o be much superior to wood. Paper is fast supplanting wood in many useful ivays. There was a girl with a fine voice , aut a poor ear living in the flat above tiim when Bellini composed that tender iria in "Sonnamubula " "Still , so gent ly o'er me squealing. " [ New York 5ommercial Advertiser. "We take pleasure in informing the public ) f the merits of Papillon Catarrh Cure. It vill cure Chronic Catarrh , Cold in the 3ead , Rose-cold , and for Hav Fever no emedy is as effective. It has cured hun- Ireds of cases. To preserve one's mental constitution and lourish one's nature is the proper way to ierve Heaven A recent coid or chrome uaiarrh yield jromptly to Papillon Catarrh Cure. Ifc Iocs not irritate. When you visit tfew York City , via Cen tral depot , save Baggage Expretsago and $3 Carriage Hire , and stop at the Grand Union Hotel , opposite said depot. Six hundred elegant rooms fitted uo at a cost of one mil lion dollars ; $1 and upwards j er day. Eu ropean plan. Elevator. Restaurant sup plied with the best. Horse cars , stages and elevated railroad to all depots. Families can live better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than at any other first-clase hotel in the city. Let every man do the best he knows , and if he is not a fool , he will do about right. 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- addressed envelope to REV. JOSEPH T. INMAN , Station D , New York. It costs $18,000 a year to cut the grass from the graves in Greenwood cemetery. I could scarcely speak ; it was almost impossible to breathe through my nostrils. Using Ely's Cream Balm a short time I was entirely relieved. My head has not been so clear nor voice so strong in years. I rec ommend this admirable remedy to all af flicted with Catarrh or Colds in the head. J. 0. TICIIENOR , Shoe Merchant , Eliza beth , N. J. ( Price 60 cts. ) Of the thirty-seven graduates at "West Point this year , seventeen are sons , neph ews or other relatives of army or navy offi cers. Fare Cod-Hver OH , made from selected livers on the sea shore by CASWXLL , HAZARD & Co. , New Fork : It is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have once taken It prefer t to all others. Phy sicians have decided It superior to any of the other oils In market. Chapped Hands , Face , Pimple * , and Rough Bkln , cured by using JJUNIFER TAB SOAP , made by OASWELL , HAZARD & Co. . New York. Men use virtue as an umbrella to keep the rain of brimstone off their Sunday clothes. Ho , YEJBALDHKADS ! There is Just one way , and no more , by which you may bo cured use CARBOLINK , a deodorized ex tract of petroleum. It will positively pro duce new hair ; there is no substitute for this marvelous petroleum hair renewer. "When a man's head swim's there is gen erally less water than whisky about it. STrN'GIXG , irritation. Inflammation , nil Kld- aey and Urinary Complaints , cured by "Buchu- l alba " * " . The soul without an imagination is what an observatory would be without a tele scope. _ Save $2.OO Per Day. When you visit Omaha and wish to stop at a peed hotel , go to the Metropolitan , corner Twelfth and Douglas streets. There you can get the same accommodations at $2.00 per day as at anv of the first-class houses that charge $4.00. The Metropolitan is famous for its first-class tables , its good beds , its cleanliness and low prices. This is the hotel that accom modated one hundred more guests than any other house during the State Fair last fall , and without any extra charge because of a rush. It is the only $2.00 PEII DAY HOTEL OEHUtAIiIiY LOCATED. _ A proposition is being considered in Bos ton to make Monday a school holiday in stead of Saturday. _ "We recommend Carter's Iron Pills to every woman who is weak , nervous and discouraged ; particularly those who have thin , pale lips , cold hands and feet , and who are without strength or ambition. These are the cases for which Carter's Iron Pills are specially prepared , and this class cannot use them without benefit. Valuable for men also. In metal boxes , at 50 cents. Sold by druggists or sent by mail. See advertisement elsewhere. _ For the past thirty years Denmark has contributed a yearly average of 1,590 people ple to Mormondom. _ BED-BUGS. flie . roaches , ants , rats , mice , cleareJ out by "ROOUHON BATS. " 15c. Prudence an d religion are above accidents , and draw good out of everything. "The proof of the pudding is in the eat- sng , " so says the old adage , and so the proof of the value of a medicine is the opin ions of those who have used it. Thos. Bass , Sr. , of Steelville , says , "I have used Prickly Ash Bitters in my family for 2 years for ailments of the kidneys , liver and bow els , and find there is no remedy equal to it. " _ A Baltimore Judge recently decided that a tailor must make a coat to fit before he can recover his p'ay for it. _ Weakness , Dyspep'la. Forual De bility , cured by " Welis' Health Renewer. " $1. "We usually learn to wait only when we have no longer anything to wait for. Sprains , bruises , stiff Joints , burns , scalds , and rheumatism are relieved by Uncle Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment. Sold by Druggists. _ "Worms cause peevishness , fevers , con vulsions and frequently death. A pleasant , safe and certain remedy is Dr. JAQUE's GERMAN "WORM CAKES. Sold by all Druggists . _ 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 ripping. He al ways uses UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS OIL. 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 OF 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 by 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 infants , 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 rlruzffists- PAPILLON PAPILLON CATARRH CURE. An unfailing means of curing nasaT catarrh , by In- infflation. CATARRH , COLD is THE HEAD , BRON CHIAL OATABRH and HAY FEVER yield almost in stantly to this sovereign remedy. It Is a liquid med- clne that tioe * not smart , burn or Irritste : it allays Lhe inflammation , prevents accumulations of mat ter , xnd permits free bn-athlni ; . it relieves ti > eie m .ladles and will permaner t y cure. Its efficacy as i cure tor Hav D'ever Is established , as many testl- mo. la's certify It has been used several year ? . Ior offensive discharge from the nose , or lost sense it smell , taste or hearing , and pain in your head , ise Papillon Catarrh ( "ure. We constantly receive eport from physicians and druggists acknowledg- ng the efficacy of th's remedy. at irrh Is a decep- ; ve dlsea-e. and If chronic la dangerous Papillon Catarrh cure has produced cures ot many acknowl- > dgcd Incurnbie cases. rice. SI.OO per bottle , sir for $500. Directions in : en languages accompany every bottle. or sale br all drugvlsts "THE BEST IS CHEAPEST. " IinePowen CloTerHallen ( Suited ta all factions. ) WrttoforFHKKIllBJ.Pamph ] l ad PrioM to Th * Aoltznin A Taylor O L. Ilvuaeld. Ohl ELECRAPHY branches Inallits T taughtat Omaha School Telegraphy , Omah Neb. Send for circular. E. O. WATT , Manages CURES Rheumatism , Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago , Backache. Headachi , Toothache. SoreTliro tSwclllH . proIn .nmU , Burn * . Scald * . Frost Bltea , 1.1D ILL OT11KK BODILY F1I.1S AND 1C1IES. BoMbT Draciiil * " " 1 D ! erie rrwber . VlfljCtnUa bottU. Direction * la II Linguifti. TIIE CHAULE8 A. VOOELEtt CO. B tUton , BLC.B.A. ( PffleKLY S 27 e majority of the ilia of the human body arise from a derangement of the Silver , affecting both the stomach and loiccls. In order to effect a cure , it itt necessary to remove the cause. Irregu lar and Sluggish action of the Bowels , Headache , Sickness at the Stomach , Patii in th'e Sack and "Loins , etc. , indicate tha I the Xlror is at fault , and that nature re quires assistance to enable this organ to throw off impurities. I rlcltly Asli Bltter8C especially compounded for this purpose. They arc mild in their action and effective as a. cure ; are pleasant to the taste and taken easily by both children and adults. To * Jcen according to directions , they arc a safe andplcasant cure/or Dyspepsia , General Debility , Habitual Con- etlpatloii , Diseased Kidneys , etc. , etc.Aa a Slood Purifier they are superior to any other medicine ; cleansing the system thoroughly , and imparting new life and energy to the in valid. It is a medicine and not an intoxicating beverage. ASK TODS D8DQQIST fOt PfilCELY ASH BITTEU , and take no other. PBICZ.iLOOporBotUa. THICKLY ASH BITTERS CO..SOLE PROPRIETORS City * Fortify the syisem All who have expe rienced nd wlt- nesfed the effect o : Hosteller's Stomach Bitters noon the weak , broken down deipondlng victims ot d\gpcpfla , liver complaint , fever and ague , rheumatism nervous deMllty , or premature decay know that In this su preme tonic and al terative there exists a specific principle which reaches the very source of the trouble , and effects an absolute and per WtSTOMACH manent cure. For sale by all Drug BITTERS gists and Dealers generally. CAMPAIGN Newspaper Outfits va are prepared to furnish complete Printing Offices on snort notice. Write for prices. Address , "WannerVeber fc Co. , Type Founders , 51 and 56 Franklin Street , Chicago. AGENTS WANTED to sell positively the FA8T- 5 ! ! . ! . K9T 8K LINO K OK IN THE UCATOK , " 1100 pages , 470 Illustrations ; PRICE LOW : over 6O.OOO eold. Kzclnsive territory and the most liberal terms ever offered. Address , KAN SAS orrr PUB. Co. , 100 West Ninth street , Kansas City. Mo. MAVIIUA Believed immediately and D I H HI > a cured by using CONE A STHMA MW CONQUEROR. Price 13.00 per botle or 3 bottles for $3.03 delivered. Address DR. C. MAHKT , Manager , HAMILTON , OHIO. us the name and P. O. address of FIVE SEND MEN likely to attend a Business College. We will send you five Calling Cards -with your name elegantly written on each. Address DAVENPOKT BUSINESS COLLEGE , Davenport , Iowa. A MONTH and Board for three live young men rr Indie' in each county , to take orders for THE 1,1 VES OF . Address P. W. ZIKOLEK & CO. , Chicago , tils A n I nil nCorhc'rs send stamp for circu- VIII 111 P K Iars showing who is entitled "V U U L ? I L. 11V to penson ; , bounty , &c. I. C. W TFOOZ > Pension A.tty. , Washington. D.C. O TCMTTC ' The * . P. Simpson. Wah- ti\ Cl I O i lngton.D.0 No pay asked tor patent until obtained. Write for Inventor's Guide UUANTEO experienced Book and Bible Agents In " every County. Liberal Salaries Paid. Address stating experience , P. O. Box g. g. , St. Louis , Mo. A OENTB WAMTED for the best and faatesl ro gelling Pictorial Books and Bibles. Price reduced 13 pei cant. NATIONAL PUB. Co. . Bt. I.ouU. Mo. A new treatment. A positive cure. Dr. W. C. Payne , Marshalltown , la. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. , BestCoughSyrup. Tasteseood. Use In time. Sold by druggists. | CO N &U M P TI ON Pamphletoflnformatlonsentfre * . H.N. LOW.CounseloratLawand Solicitor of Patents , OJ3ce,50l F STREET. WASHINGTON. D. C , N U Omaha 211 25 IVHEN WHITING TO ADVERTISERS , please say you saw the advertisement in this paper. Yitnt Questions ! ! ! ! Ask the roost eminent physician Of any school , what is the best thing In the world for quieting and alUylng all irri tation ol the nerves , and curing all forms of nervous complaints , giving natural , child like refreshing sleep always ? And they will tell you unhesitatingly ' 'Some lorm of hops 111" CHAPTSR 1. Ask any or all of the most eminent phy sicians : "What Is the best and only remedy that can bo relied on to euro all diseases of the kldnejH and urinary organs ; such as Bright's disease , diabetes , retention , or in ability to retain urine , and all the diseases ailments Women' ' and peculiar to "And they will tell you explicitly and emphatically "Buchulll' ' Ask the same physicians "What Is the most reliable and surest cure for all liver diseases ordyspepsla ; con stipation , indigestion , biliousness , malaria , fever , ague , &c. , " and they will tell you : "Mandrake 1 or Dandelion ! Ml" Hence , when these remedies are combined with others equally valuable. And compounded Into Hop Hitters , such n wonderful und mysterious curative power Is developed which IB BO varied In Its operu- tlons.tnat no diHcnso or ill health can possibly exist or resist its power , and yet it is Harmless for the most frull woman , weakest invalid or smallest child to use. CHAPTER II. "Patient * "Almost dead or nearly dylnjt" For years , and given up by physicians , of Bright's and other kidney diseases , liver complaints , severe coughs , called consump tion , have been cured. Women gone nearly crazy I 1 ! 1 From agony of neuralgia , nervousness , wakefulness , and various diseases peculiar to women. People draw out of shape from excruciating panjrs of rheumatism , inflammatory nnd chronic , or PuffcrlnK from scrofula. Erysipelas ! "Sultrheum , blood polsonlntr , dyspepsia , Indigestion - digestion , nnd In fact , almost all dlscu&us frail" Nature Is heir to Have been cured by Hop Bitters , proof of which can be found lu every neighborhood In the known world. ilSyNone genuine without u bunch of gieen Hops on the white label. Shun all the vile , poisonous btuff with "Hop" or "Hops" in their name. Farmer ( to party Itioltinrjnrrrfence ) : Losing flesh , are yer ? : iiil don't sleep o' HUT hts , oh ? my bo } % and you'll soon tilk otherwise. I takes 'em rosjalarly. They purify the "blood and cure all bil ious complaints. Perfectly safe to take , being purely vegetable. 30 DAYS' TRIAL ! fBKFOUE. ) ( AFTEIl. ) - / BELT and other ELZCTHIO ELECTUO-VOI/TAIC APPLIANCES nre sent on 30 Days * Trial TO MEN ONLY. YOUNG OR OLD , who are suffering from NERVOUS EXHAUSTION , LOUT VITALITS" . WAST ING WEAKNESSES , and all diseases of a KINDRED NATTJUE , resulting f'om WHATEVER OAOHES Hpeedy relief and complete restoration to HEALTH VIGOR and MANHOOH GUARANTEED. Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address Mtaio Belt Co , , Marshall , U The most Elegant llood Purifier , Liver Jnvigora- lor , Tonic , and Appetizer ever known. The firet Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Ameri ca. * . Unprincipled persons .are imitating the name : look out for frauds. Sea " " that the folio-wing signa ture is on every bottle and take none other : , / . , Druggist Si Cheinltl DK.HENDEKSONJS 6o < * nrwnadoa * st , 13 yearf KANSAS CTTY , - . UO. Authorized by tfco &ct to tnaj Chronic , Nerron * and PrirkU ! & . I ese ; Asthma , EpOtpry , BhccTOAHisn , .Piles , Ttpe-wonn , urinary and Stta | Disease * , SzimrAi. WiujDnas ( KtyJU fam * ) , SKTVAI. DZSIUTT ( low of _ _ _ Ttexual foioer ) . Ac. Cares ganmt e4 er money refunded. Charges low. ThoonacU cf CMOS curod. No Injurious medlcSnet czcd. Ho ( Utcittla * from bruises * . AU medfc&e * larcah * ! rea to patlcsti t a dlitanco. Conrali&Soa tree and cocAden- Hal call or irrlte. Ace and experience crc impnrtut A BOOK for both ( fcxea illustrated ted drcart ! ct other UdzeiieatMaled tor tvoScttua p . MyMturrua tiDovapeo. gnnnii n to7 m tnnrfijn in fi 13 a. m. YOUR Will buy 25 per cent , more Groceries at the Old Re liable Store of J. B. FRENCH fe CO. , OMAHA , than can be bought elsewhere In the state. They so IS lh . A Snjfar for . . . . 81.OO 13 1-3 lh . Kxtra C 8ngar for - SH.OO 11 1-2 lb . Grnnnlated Hngtir tor - 81.OO 14 lb . New Orleans Sugur for - 81.OO And other goods in proportion. Bend for Monthly Price List. J. B. FRENCH * CO. . OMABA. AGENTS WANTED Double qutcfc ! to nui-11 10 , , . ge thQ Blo.raphies of by H. J. RAMBDELb , Mr. TIT I TlTn Qlalne's personal friend and prefernliA m H. jnce as author. ( W ) f ages , atcel PorUJJA111JLI .raits ; Fully Illustrated : omolete AXD nd Authentic SPLENDID TKHM * . ' Beware of c atch-penny Broks Out- Its ready. Send We for one and save , ime. A. H. SIG61NS & CO. , Omaha. Neb. 1000 LIVEAGEN1S ! sver offered , 10 sell the official and xuthentic Blogra- jhles of the coming PreMdent and Vice-President. PLAINEDLOGAN History of Republican OnvtAitlon , by J. W. hUEL. u. 8. A. Send 50 o nts bv return mall r ir com- j'eteoutflt. Call on or address KANdAS i ITYPUB LiiaHING CO .100 Weat9ih at. . Kansas City. Mo. If DONG HEN Telegraphy and Shorthand Schocv i UUMU mem I'ayiny situationsyuaraiirtl.Amer. can School of Telegraphy fc Shorthand.Madl'-on.WiH. In these days of over-clvlllzatlon. Hot-house Development of the Paa- fIons , the Itace for wealth , "train , Overwork.Toutnful > base. Excesses Ripe Old and the like. 3IEX GROW OLD TOO FAST ! Young men. Instead of being robust , vlzorous and ambitious , are weak nervous and debilitated. Men In the verv prime of .Life flna themselves practically unsexed and Impotent. Age There is a CERTAIN" CURE for this , and any man prematurely weakened can satisfy himself of this fact by trylne a course of the Giviale Remedial Agncy CIVIALE SOLUBLE CRAYONS ! , Painless , Absolutely I ) armfes ? , Prompt nnd Permanent. VAItlCOCKLE 166 Fulton St. . N.Y. a promptly cured IlluR'ratPd paphlet. . a fturop- . i PURGATIVE Positively cure SICK-HEADACHE , Billonsneas , and all IiIVKH , and BOWEL Complaints. BLOOD BOISON , nd Skin DIaeaaei ( O1TB PILL A DOSE ) , for Female Complaints these Pills hmva no equal"t find them a valuable Cathartic and Liver Pill. Dr. T. M. Palmer. Monticello.Fla.1 * "In my practice I nse no other. J. Dennison , M-.TI DeWitt , Iowa " Sold everywhere , or sent by m.n for 25 ct . la itunpl. Valuable Information 7B . I. 8. JOHNSOIf tt CO. . BOSTON. 2XASS.