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- \ TJIE OMAHA DAILY BBjE ; 1882. . rf . '
COURTING AT THE CAPITOL , What Brings Together th < Lawyers and Wire Pullers. Intonating Political Goinip Abnu Some Prominent Person * . CtrreFixindence of The Ike. LINI'OI.X , ! Neb. , February 1 , Court ing is the order of the day in tin capital city at the present time , Tin supreme court and the U. S. distric court are both in session nncl as i matter of course prominent nttornoyi are hero from every part of the slate and when lawyers come together the will talk politics and ono who wil take the pains to listen can learn o all the contemplated moves 01 the polit'c.il chess-board. You ma ; not have heard of it , but it is a fac that Gen. Si Acxander , our secretary of state , is already n candidate fo the ollicc of governor. Ho expect : the grand army of the republic to d ( the work for him. Si has not goi the most brilliant military record in the world , as ho never saw a robe with a gun in his hands ; but thmi what ho did not do during thu war ho inmaVing up for now on droas parades. Then , too , tnoro is YOUU DEAll I'AUL , ho of the Van Dorvoort family , whc writes lo a friend of his in this city , enclosing a railroad pass , with r closing postscript made of words and figures about as follows1 "I shall be a Candidate for confront this fall , providing all three of Ne braska's members are cloclod at largo , and all nominated at the state conven tion. Can't you help , mo when Hit time comes. " And any ono who would not heir send a man to congress for a railroad pass would not bo much of a man , and if General ( ? ) Van Dorvoort docs not got the place now hold by Mr. White , of Chicago , for which ho is so earnest ly fishing at the present time , ho maybe bo looked for at the next state con vention with a pocket full of railroad pusses to trade for votes. A KIT.VNV TKAM. Did it over strike you that Dawcs for the next governor , and Saunders for re-election to the United States senate made a funny tenm ? They are firmly yoked together , if ono can believe what they themselves say on the subject , but 1 am fearful that there will bo some balking before next January. I would not like to say that this is an open violation of our laws of the Bible , which has something to say about its being unlawful to harness the ox and ass together. THK "llOV dOVKltfiOlt" has quietly subsided , and at this pres ent writing is used by the railroads as an ornament only. The railroads the Union Pacific in particular do not want the state redistricted into con gressional districts , and consequently an extra Hussion of the legislature is likely to bo called , but , whether the state is distributed or not , it is thought by ni&ny that tl > nuxt republican 'conventionwilU ctniw opngros- bibnal iinofl and allow , the delegates from thu diutrictu so formed to select their own candidate and then have the throe candidates so selected rati fied by the ontira convention , thus giving the people the opportu nity to nominate oven if they are deprived by law of the power to elect their own member of congress. There could bo no objec tion to a move of this kind unless per chance it might interfere with trading on tlio state ticket , or bn.in the way of nominating an ontirMengressional delegation of railroad "Miikors. VAN WYOK'H WOKK. By looking over the telegrams from Washington during the past week ono willjsoo that Senator Van Wyckisafter the Burvpyor-gnnoral of all the states und territories of this western country with n sharp stick. The senator seems to think that all surveyors gen eral are not angels. This culls to mind a little story that was recently told in this city by a gentleman from 1'lattsmouth , how a certain surveyor general gave a contract to a Californian - nian who did some surveying in the northwestarn portion of the state where white men seldom go and where no ono is likely to live for fifty years to come. This surveying was done under what is known as the special deposit system , the same that is complained of by Senator Van Wyck. AMUKINd aVllATlONS. The State Journal will get around to the politics of 1882 in about twenty years. , At present that enterprising sheet is devoting most of its space tc find out the whereabouts of General Lew Wallace in 1803. This beiiifl such an important question , it musi not bo lost sight of for such small mattors'as Nebraska news. Lincoln is feeling more and more like a city. Next July wo are ti have the free delivery. That is good enough for a town only fourteen yean old. old.Tho The next time I write 1 promise U bo more interesting. STAU ROUTK. 1 Great Monopoly. Davenport tiazette , The attention of the people of the west has recently been drawn to the subject of monopolies , in the some what unpleasant but decidedly forci- V. , , Wfty of Personal experience , Woshburn and Moen , of Worcester Mass. , own the patent under whicl barbed wire is made and claim tin exclusive right to manufacture thai article. Ono wire factory after un other has Iwen bought up by or con solidated with the Worcester firn until at the present time tliej have practically no oppositioi and hold thu farmers of tin west by the throat. Unti recently a gentleman by thefnuino o Coon , was in the buuincss at Dei Homes , and suit was entered againa him in the United Status court for in fringoment of the Washburn rnd Mooi patent. The farmers of Iowa , believ ing the patent illegal , determined t < inake this a test case and to coinba the monopolists to the bitter end But a short time ago , Mr. Coon , find Jng money somewhat moro alluri i limn notorioly mid tlio prospect ti IOIIR suit A ! law. sold out his businoiu to the patentees ami retired withSlO , 000 and the execration of tlio farmers This aptly illustrates the powci which uionopoliea arc gaining in thi country and should bring every citiroi to roali/o tlio necessity nf noino stojn to curb their growing strength , Then ifl niiothcr case which may bo cited ii this connection , which in none tholes forcible because less widely known ti our western friends , There is a Cleveland , Ohio , a very innocent np pcaritiK corporation engaging in relin ing petroluinn and celled thuStandan Oil Company.Vo eco the nami on barrels and tanks and few of ui think that concealed behind that in noccnt naiao is the most gigantic con apiracy against the rights of the pco plo the country has over known. Tlu'i Standard Oil company owns every i company and every oil refinery ii the United States , with thu oxceptioi of acry few establtshmotits on tin Ohio river. It has gradually sue- cccded in crushing out nil opposition and stands to-day with the whole oil- consuming world beneath its feet. ] ty the use or purchasing money it has obtained rates on nil the railroad * which render competition impossible , nml it can fix its price for oil at any sum it chooses. Last autumn , all the oil refiners , 1 not connected with the Standard ring , I less than a dozen in all , mot at 1'ittH- burg to take measures to combat its power. A fotv days ngo , the largest , thu Atlas of liutlalo , succumbed to thu inevitable , and sold out to the monopoly. An agent of onoof the smaller inde pendent works , told the writer a few days since of his experience. Jlohad come west with oil from thu Ohio river and had sold several carloads to dealers in Iowa. Hut ho never aolel to the same party twice. Why ? Ho- causu an agent of thu Standard follow ed him around and openly threatened each purchaser with the vengeance of his company if the olloiiao was re peated. Thu merchants , knowing the overwhelming power of the Standard , had no choice but to obey. This is not the rivalry between two companies in the Kamo business , but in simply a matter of history. The means by which the Standard is en abled to cut competition is tlu > rail roads. Thu freight on a car-load of oil from Cleveland to Davenport is B57.50. From Ohio river points it is § 07.CO. The railroad companies give u rebate of S7.50 to the Standard Oil Company , who turn it over to their customers and thus are enabled to sell 517.00 under their competitors. This is only an example. The same is truu of the rates to Chicago , Cincinnati , Now York and Philadelphia. The railroad companies , some of whose ojliccrs are interested in thu Standard , jivp to Hint company a rate which enables them to absolute- y defy competition. In some C.IBCB it has been proved that thu rail roads have apparently lost money on every carload of Standard oil which .hoy hauled. How was that loss made rood to thorn/ / That is a question which has boon asked in the courts and which presidents and directors of railroads , with tnu calm insolence which might bo expected frorn them as our masters , simply refused to an swer. But the intelligent citizen will not require much investigation to show him that if the Standard holds the oil consumers of the country and the oil market of the world practically in its grasp , thnt it can well afford to amply repay any losses which the railroads incur in hauling its freight. This is the explanation of the discrim- nution , and this is the solo reason for .ho existence of this monopoly. What is the remedy for this pinto of nflftirr/ / Clearly , the railroads should bo controlled by the legislative jowor of the government. It should ) o made legally impossible for any railroad to discriminate against any company in favor of uny other. This vould cud the oil monopoly nt one ) low. for the oil dealers declare that all they wish is to have an equal chance in the markets. They nil kgrco that if the same rates were given o them which the Standard receives , .hoy would nsk for no bettor chnnco to compote with that gigantic fraud. Some day the people will become .horonghly aroused over these iniqui- ; ous combinations for theft , and when they do , the national control of the railroads is inevitable. The drift if public opinion has recently boon liolpod on in that direction by the jront combinationstniulu by .Jay Gould and others of his Kind. Thu public mind is awakening , and wo have ground for hope that organized rob- oory will not always cursu the land. SmaliComfort. When you nru continually coughing night anil day , annoying ovorylody urouml you , anil hopliiK it will KU uwny of Its own accord , yon nru riiunlnK ft ( lunger- HIM rink better n-o Dr. TIIUMAH' Ki.rc- TluoOii. , nn unfailing remedy in all such HO-lw. Frontier Fictions. l > i nver Tribune. One of the dryest jokers of the day is Judge Allen A. Bradford of the Pueblo bar. Ho is n little eccen tric , but withal one of the best law yers in the far wost. Ho was trying n case a tow years ngo before a judge to whom ho took a dislike. The judge was undecided in life rulings : would change his coucltuiona every time the opposite lawyer would ariruc a point. When Bradford carne to talk to the jury ho took occasion to express his contempt. Said . ho : "Gentlemen of the jury , tlio indeci- Eton of this court reminds mo of thu filled ass that died between twc bundles of straw for want of deci- sioii. ' Thu court could stand this ne longer. Culling the attorney to order ho tind him 95 for contempt. With the coolness ho is capable of Urad- ford felt in Ins pocket for a moment , then producing $ i > .50 , said in hit peculiar intonations of voice : "Youi honor , I have but half the amount I will pay for the straw , but lot the ass stand. " One day n notorious horso-thiof had boon captured and brought into courl to bo committed. While the oxumi nation wan progroising the proaocut ing attorney and the nheriirstopped tc the door to counsel. The thief iioroc the opportunity , and clasped in UK squires hand u twonty-dollar golt piece with the remark : "Hold the case until dark ; then dismiss lor erroi in the complaint. It sets forth that a horse has boon stolen , while the evidence - donco shows it was a more. " The cast went tripping along until the sun had dropped bohlnteWKK11 } , to th i hhndowed the land. TJion Iho court raised the horse and Iho mare ques tion , and dismissed the prisoner. Be fore a now complaint could be made ho was far away under the cover of darkness. The squire then adjourned the court , and went straight homo in high glee. Arming there ho clapped the "double saw buck" over hbt eye and wont capering around the floor like a young cnlt , His good wife , noticing the wealth , mndo some re marks about apparel "Nothing to wear , oh ! " mud the squire. "A calico dress goes. " Supper being over ho repaired to the barn to feed his beast. But , lo1 she wai gone. Ho hnd a bogus coin in his pocket , while the thief was bestride his beautiful tnnre and over the hills and far away. A very good story is told of ono Squire Dyer , who was a justice of the pi-aco at Canon City in an early day. He prided himself 01 having the finest saddle mare in all Colorado. Shu WAH ns slick as a moitsu and as licet us n hound. Not n horse in Fremont county could overtake her in a hun dred-mtlo run , and the squire uns willing to stake his money on that proposition. Said ho in the bar room ono day , addressing some seedy bum- inors , "Gentlemen , if you will give my mare ton minutes start , I will but § 1,000 that all.tho horses in Colorado can't catch her before she lands in th Pacific ocentj. " The bar-keeper , having nn eye to business , chimed in. "Yes , gentlemen , I believe the squire's mar < ! Is a bettor boss than thu winner of the D.irby to-d.iy. She is n daisy , and don't you forget it. " These remarks so pleased the squire ho called up all hands , and red noses with blue trimmings stood in a row at the bar with jut further notice. " " said the he "Now , bar-keeper , ns raised his tumbler to his chin , "hero's to the squire and his wonderful ninr. " As the money was paid for the "scoots" and the squire retired , the bar-korpor remarked to the bummers , , the had taken their seats nt the stove , "Maybe I'm a sucker. This would have been a dull day if I hadn't ' n-rung in that ar remark nbout the Darby boss. The squire's got a weak spot and it's boss. " Gently Does It. Kujjene Croat , Swnn Street , Hulfnlo , writes : "I have used Sprim'Blossom for lyMpcpsia and imligcHtion , mid have found it to act , ndmirnbly as a gentle aperient nnd blood purifier. I consider it uncijimlcd ; 'you nro nt liberty to UNO my natno ns n reference. ' " Price , "iO centH , trial bottles 10 ccntH. 30-lw Rocommonciutlons from n Journal of Health. Koot'H Health Month ] } . Try popcorn for nausea. Try cranberry for mal ria. Try a sun bath for rheumatism. Try clam broth for weak stomach. Try ginger nlo lor stomach cramps. Try cranberry poultice for orysipo- as. as.Try garbling lager beer for euro of sore throat. Try n wet towel on the back of the icck when sleepless. Try swallowing saliva when troubled nit sour stomach. Try eating fresh radishes and yellow urnips for gravel. Try eating onions and horseradish : o relieve dropsical swellings. Try buttermilk for removal of freckles , tun and butternut stains. Try the croup tippet when the child is likely to bo troubled in that way. way.Try a hot flannel over the seat of neuralgic pain , nnd renew frequently. Try taking your cod liver oil in tomato catsup if you want to make it mlatablo. Try hard cider a wino glass full ; hroo times a day for ague and rheu matism. Try taking a imp in the afternoon f you are going to bo out late in the evening. Try breathing the fumes of turpen tine or carbolic acid to remove the whooping-cough. " Try n cloth" wrung out from cold water put about the nock at night for soru throat. Try snuffing powdered borax up the nostrils for cntarrhal "cold in the head. " Try nn extra pair of stockings out side of your shoes when travelling in cold weather. Try walkinir with your hands bo und you if you find yourself bocom- ng bent forward Try n silk handkerchief over the : ace when obliged to go against n cold , : ) iorcing wind. Try planting sunflowers in your gar- len if compelled to live in a malarial neighborhood. Try n saturated solution of bicar- jpnato of soda ( baking soda ) in liarrha'a troubles ; give freely. Try a newspaper over the chest , be- loath your vest , as a chest-protector , n extremely cold weather. GREATEST REMEDY KNOWN. Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con sumption is certainly the greatest medical remedy over placed within the reach > f suffering humanity. Thou sands of once helpless sutlbrors , now loudly proclaim tnoir praise for this wonderful discovery to which they owe their lives. Not only does it posi tively cure Consumption , but Coughs , Colds , Asthma , Bronchitis , liny Fever , Hoarseness and all nflbctions of the Throat , Chest and Lungs yields at once to its wonderful curative pow er ns if by magic. Wo do not nsk you to buy a largo bottle unless you know what you use getting. Wo therefore earnestly request you to pall on your druggists , IHH & MuMAiiON , and got n trial bottle free of cost which will con vince the most skeptical of its wonder ful merits , and show you what a regu lar ono dollar size bottlu will do. For sale by Ish it MoMahon. U ) hTABUK , VKOS < bciunr , I'lesldcnt. Vim I'rca't. Vt.K. Ur.isiiKR , Sec , and Truns. THE NEBRASKA MANUFAGTUEING CO Lincoln , Neb. , MANUKACTUUHHS OK . PlaJtf " Harrows. Farm Roller * , Bulky Hay Raket , Bucket Elevating Wlnell mllli , Ac , W Mei > rjrredtodoJob work and tnanulae- turiuglM oilier p rtii-s Addrf all cider * .NEUHABKA UANUKACTUWNC CO. N , Nru. ( nl9 Em fefc STOMACH | BITTERS In Hofltn of FnmilioH llOBtottcr's Htomnch Bitten is ai much regarded as a household nccfs H ) M sugar or coffee , The reason of thin Is thit tcaw of experience have proved It to lie perfect v rdlablo In these cases of emcrifcncj where a prompt and convenient rem edy Is demanded. Constipation , Ijvcr complaint , dnpepsla. Indigestion and other trouble ) arn ovcrromo by It , For silo byall DruftfinUand Dealers , to whom apply for Hortetttr's Atmanai- 1882. Gentle Women Who want glossy , luxuriant and wavy tresses of abundant , beautiful Hair must nso LION'S KATHAIRON. Thla decant , cheap article always makes the Hair crow freely and fast , beeps it from falling out , arrests and cures grayness - ness , removes dandruff and itching , makes the Hair strong , giving it a curling tendency ana keeping it in any desired position. Beau tiful , healthy Hulr is the sure result of using Kathoiron. The Great English N'evcr falls to euie lcrvousDcbllit.v tnl Kvliaustlon , IJnli- Ions , Seminal Wcak- iHOOD , and all the Iknll effects of youth- Ijful folltcH and e\ii3 It stops pcrma Illentl } nil weakening. Involuntary loss sand llrolna upon the sjs J cm , thene\ltab'c ! ' re- . , . " .mltof thcsuewliirixc- tlees , which are so destructive to mind and bodj and make Iifo miserable , oltcn leading to Infeini- tj and death. It strengthens the N'men.Ur.iln , ( mciuorW Blood , Muscles , DiRCsthc and Itcpro- ductl\c Owns , It restores to nil the organic functions their former \\xor \ and \itallt ) , ma- 'Inc life cheerful and emjojahle 1'rioc , J3 a bottle , or four times the quantity $10. Sent by express , secure from obscrtntlon , to any address , on receipt of price. No. C. 0. I ) , sent , except on receipt of SI as a guarantee. Letters re- r.ucstlnK answers mint Inclose stamp. Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills are the best and Uua ) > ei > t dyspepsia and billloua euro In tha rna ) > ; t. Sold by all druggists. Price 60 ccnls. " 1)R. JIlSTIK'H KlDNKV HKMKDT , OF1IIKTICVM , Cures nil kind of Klclnta and bladder complalntc , feouorrhca , Rlcct and luucorrccn. For ealc > all ilaucK "ts : # 1 a bottle. KNOMHII MEDICAL INSTITUTE , 718Oll\obt , St. Louis , Mo. Jan2i-ly To Nerve js Sufferers THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY. Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific It la positive euro for Upermatoirhea , Scmlnn \Veoknns9. Impotancy , and all diseases resulting Ircrn belt-Abuse , M Mental Anxiety , Lossi Memory , Palnn In the Hack or Side , and dlacaicg that load to Consumption insanity an earlygrare The Specific Medicine ll being U8od with wonder ful success. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ P mphlete tent free to ill. Write for them and get full par t'cubrs. . Price , SpcclOc , 11.00 per puckigo , or six puck. tto for (6.00. AJdreea all ortlcra to D. SIMSON MKD1CINB CO. Kos. 104 and 100 Mala St. lluflalo , N , Y. old In Ornah * bv 0. F. Qoodumn , J. W. Dell , K lih , and all druicglatscvcrywbere. t , dw KENNEDY'S EAST - INDIA bd a 3S I ! S s i * . I BITTERS ILER & CO. . Sole Manufacturers. OMAHA. PILES ! PILES ! PILES ! A Sure Cure Found at Lastl Aiurecure for Ullim , UleedTnu ; , Itchln ; and Ulcerated rilex has been discovered by Dr. Wil liam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr. Wllllam'i Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the wont chronic case * of Z& or SOjrears standing. No one need suffer five minutes alter applying thli wonderful teething medldne , Lotions , Instru ments and electuaries do more harm than good , William's Ointment absorbs the tumor * , allaji the Intense Itching , ( turtlculaaly at night after getting warm In bed , ) acts as apoultlce , gives In stant and palnletu relief , and Is prepared only for Piles , Itching of the private parts , and for notb loir else. . Head what the Hon. J. II. Ccfflnberry of Cleve- and sa > s about Dr. William's Indian Pile Oint ment : I have used score * of Piles cures , and It aOords me p ensure to say that I hav e nev er found an ) thing which gave such Immediate and perma nent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. for ante byall druggist * or mailed oa receipt ol price , 11.00. HENRY & COMProp'i * , CUTSUKD , Oiiio , for Bale by 0. F Goodman. BOGGS & HILL REAL ESTATE BROKERS No. 15O8 r raluua Str * t , men-Hoi , h ild * op | BuraocK KlTTrP , C Mr * J. O , Kobcrtflon , l'lttbur r. Pa. , writes' "I wiw milTcrine from general rtctitlltv. want of up petite , conntlp.itlon , etc , no that life wai n tmr den , after \\rtng Ilurrtock lllcxxl'llitten I felt Iwt- : tr than lor JIMS , I cannot pralao jour Illtlm : oo much " U fllM * . nf nuflalo , N. Y. , writes"Your IHmtock lllci llltlcru , In chronic ill tao8o ( the blood llxcr MiJ kldnejs , ha\e been Anally marked with lUicesn. lhato uicil thim ui ) clf with bent resultn , for torpidity of the liter , and In cntcof alnuid of mine Buffering from dropsy , the effect wait mimcloua. " finicc Turner , Rochester , N , Y.lwrltes : 'I hn\e uen subject to n rious dUorder of the kldncja. and unable to atUml to buxlnces ; llurdock lllood Hitters rclltud mubifore half fthotllo waiu cd I feil confident thit thn will cntlrelj euro me " , Anenlth Hall , BlnRhimpton , N. Y. , writes : "I suffered with n. dull pain throuch mtft unj ; nnd shoulder. Lost my pplrltn , appetite nnd color , and could with dllticulty kicp up all da ) . Took jour Burdock lllood Uitters as ( II- recttd , and ha\c felt no pain since first week af- .u uslni : thim , " Mr. Noah Eatei , Elmlrn , N. Y. . writes : "About our jearnnKO t had nn attack of blliousfc\crnnd nc\cr fully ncovcri'd. My dljfcitlxo organs were wuikened.andl would be completely pros- rated for da ) s. After using two bottles of ) our Iturdock Dlood nittcrs the Improvement was BO \liible that 1 wan astonished. 1 can now , though 81 j ears of age , do a fair and reasonable da ) ' 8 work , C. niacket Koblnson , proprietor of The Canada 'rcsb > tcrian , Toronto , Out. , writes : "F riar8 I suffered greatly from oft-recurring headache. I used your llurdock lllood Hitters with happiest results , and I now find ini self In better health han f or } ears past , " Mm. Wallace , Buffalo , ! ? . Y , writes : used llurdock lllood Ulttire for ncnoua and bil ious headache * , and can recommend it to an ) one requiring a cure for billlousncsa. " Mrs. Ira Mullnolland , Albany , N. Y , writes : Tor BcAerol years I have suffered from oft-recur ring bllllous hendachoi , ilepc p8la , and com- ilalnta peculiar to m ) sex. binuj using jour ilurdock lllood llitters I am entirely relieved. " Price , I.OO pel Bottle ; Trial Bottlei 10 Cti FOSTER , MILBUM , & Co , , Props , BUTFAIiO , N. Y. Sold at w holesole by Ish Si McMohon and C. F. ioodman. _ _ Jo 27 cod-mo Tnls great tpieitlc cuns tnat most loathsome disease SYPHILIS Whether in its Primnry , Secondary or Xortinrv Stage- Remoies all traces of * ercur ) from the 8)8- teui , Cures Scrofula , Old So es , Khcuma- tlnu , Krzema , Cdi.irrh or any Blood Disease. Cnroi XVhou Hot Sprincs Fail ! Malicrn , ArX.Ma2,1831 \\e hae COHH in our town who mud at Hot Spruif" and ntrt Hnall ) cured with S. S. S. & MiKKY Memphis , Menn. , May 12 , 1831. We ha\e sold 1,200 bet lesof S.S. S. in a jear. t has gl > en unh t rsal satisfaction , r air minded > hjslclans no recommend it as a positive Bpedfic. S. .MANBKIKLD & Co. Louisville , Ky , , May 13. 1881. S. S. S. has ( 'iven better Bat ) faction than any medicine I hat e eer sold. J. A. FL XM-H. Ucnxei , Col. May 2,1881. Ever ) purcha er tpcaks In the highest terms of S. S. S. L. Ulehn.ond. Va. . Ma ) 11,1831. You can refer amboily to us In regard to the merits of S. S. S. Polk , Miller & Co. "la t nev cr ! > now n S. S. S to fall to cure a case : f Sjphill" , whin properly taken. II. L. DcnLard. ) . , Ptrr n. . nil Warren. } > , The abotc signers areuentlennn of high standIng - Ing ' A II OOLQU1TT , Governor otGeorgia. IF YOU WISH WE W LL TAKE YOUKSE CA TO DK PAID FOR WHEN CUUED. Write for ] > artlcuUra and oopy of little book 'Message to the Unfortunate.1 81.OOO Howard will bo paid to any chemist \vhowill Hnd , on anal ) sis 100 bottles S 8. S. , one particle of Mercury Iodide Potas sium or any Mineral substance. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Props. * Atlanta , Ga. Price of regular size reduced to 81 75 per nettle tlo Small s'zc , holding half the quantity , price , Sfl.OO Sold bv KENSARD i. CO. , and DrutrehiU ( Uncrafly OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE ) TRADE MARK , The GrcatTHADC MARK English rem- J oily. An un , failing euro for Nominal Weak-nogs , Spormator- rhca , Impot- enty , and all DUiasesthat' ' follow as a IEFORETAKINQ.sequcnco of AFTER TAIIKfl. Self-Abimo ; as Loss of Memory , Universal Lassi tude , Pain In the Dock , Dimness of Vision , Pre mature Old Age , and manj other Disease * that lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema ture Grave. fST particulars \ \ In our pamuhlet , which we desire to send free Ivuiall to everyone. laTThe Specific Uediclne Is fold by all druggUU at II per package , or 6 pocktes for 85 , or will bo.Mnt free by mall on reel utof the money , by addressing TUEGRA 1KUICINKCO. , lluffalo , N. Y , or Bale bv O F Good' ocfme cod L a. T. JACKSON FLANER ! ( A Gradual * from the Unlvciilty of Pennsyl vania at I'hlladcluhlikonhe Cluw ol IBID. ) Tendero his profeoslonal aervlecstotho citlzena of OuiAhi and all others niudlni ; the same , pre dicating hi ! claim therefor from 40 > ears' ex. | > erl nce , nlxtecu jcars ol which time ho spent In houth Atncrlri ) , from which counttj ho has juit returned , iiainln whilat In thu ] > rovliiceii manv rt'iuedin for various distant' * e-onunon to this comitrj from the natives of the same , The Doctor makes a ipeclalt ) of all Chronic Disease * , lurtleularlly these of females. He may ke found at his rooms at the Planters' House , earner of Iode' und Sixteenth hi reels. eodlw * NERVOUS DEBILITY , A Care Guaranteed- Dr. K. C. Went' * Nerve and Ilialn 'treatment A BiKKlftc for Hysteria , Dlzzlnuis , Convulsions , Ncrvoui llcadaehc , Mental Dt-proinlon , loss of MeinorbpermaU > rrhceaIuipoteny , Involuntary Emissions , Premature Old Aze , caused by ovcr- exertlon , soll-abme , or over-indulgence , which leads to miser ) , deta ) and death. One box will mre recent caeca. Ea h box contains one month's treatment. Ono dollar a box , or six boxn for five dollars ; sent b ) mall prepaid on retclpt of price. We Kuaranlee six boxes to cure any ease. With each order rvclud by us for six boxes , ac companied vt 1th five dollars , u 111 send the pur chaser our written guarantee to return the money If the treatment docs not cfl ct a cure. 0. * . Qoodinan , DrutrirUt , bole , Wholesale and Retail Agent , Omaha , Kcb , Orderi by uiall at regular price. dt ly d. L. WILKIE , UANUKACTUREll OF PAPER BOXES. 218 and 220 S. 14th St. IJinfldCin DIRECTORY OP LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ? . 110TEL8. PROPRIETORS. TOWltF AFJLINQTON , J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb. WOODS HOUSE , W. P.ELLIS. OiceolA , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromiburg , No. . HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb. EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY 'Ashland , Neb CENTRAL HOUSE , JOHN COOPER , Oakdale , Nob. COMMERCIAL HOTEL , WM. CLEMMON8 , Seward , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOTEL E. EVANS. O'Neill , Neb , DORCHESTER HOTEL. A. 8. KINKLE Dorchctter , Neb COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Ncllgh , Neb CENTRAL HOUSE , JAS. McKILLIP , York , Neb. TUTTLE HOUSE , W. H. TUTTLE , Aurora , Neb. GAQE. HOUSE , A. R. GAGE , RepubllcanCltyNeb DENVER HOUSE CAIRNS & WILLIAMS , Hasting * , NOD. GRAND CENTRAL " . . SEYMOUR , Nebraska City , Ne SANDERS HOUSE , CHA8. E. McNISH , Friend , Neb WOODWARD HOUSE , WAREN WOODWARD , Exeter , Neb. MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L THORP , Weeping Water , Neb- ESTES HOUSE , N. T tSTES , Grand Island , Neb COMMERCIAL HOUSE , F. W. WILM8 , Kearney , Neb , WILDER HOURE' THOMPSON REED , Wll'jer. Neb COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb. GREENWOOD HOUSE , Q. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb HAMMOND HOUSE , JOHN HAMMOND , Columbus , Neb , CENTRAL CITY HOUSE J. S. QREGERY , Central Oltv , No SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Cretton , la. JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKIN8 & BRO , , Red Oak , la. HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. CALPH , Extra , la. REYNOLDS HOUSE , C. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la , WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la. qOMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. BURGESS , Neola , la. CITY HOTEL , Dl B.WILLIAMS , Harlan , la , PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINGS , Corning , la. NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stanton , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllll.cn , la. PARK HOUSE , W. J , OARVIN , Corning , la. JUDKIN8 HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la , MERCHANTS' HOTEL , W. t. BOULWARE , Pacific Junction , la. BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida'Grove , la COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebott , la jJLm WHOLESALE BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER -AND DEALER N- Wall Paper and Window Shades. 1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. Inc4.m8 . O. WHOLESALE GROCER , 1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , H. M. & M. PEAVY , CLOTHIERS ! 1309 Farnham Street. JMi20eod-mite6m WM. ROGERS' Manufacturing Company , -MAKERS OF THE- Finest Silver Plated Spoons and Forks. The only and tional plato that original firm of is giving for instance Rogers Bros. stance a single * j-t- * All ou > Spoons , jtS3S plated Spoon a Forks and Knives plated triple thickness with the greatest plate only on of caro. Encli the B e c t i o s lot being hunt1 , on a scale while where expo d being plated , U to wear , thereby insure a full tie making n single posit of silver or plated Spoon them. them.We wear as long asa We would call a triple plated especial attention one. tion to our sec Rival- Orient- Tlvned. All Order * In the Wort thould be Addressed to A. B. HUBERMANN , Wholesale Jeweler , OMAHA , NEB. SAUSAGES ! Practical Sausage Manufacturer , ORDERS OF ALL KINDS FILLED PROMPTLY FOR ALL VARIETIES OF SAUSAGES , Family orders attended to with despatch , and every thing promised satisfactory. I invite a call at No. 210 South Tenth Street.