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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 14 1882.
* * THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY A Brief Glance at the Num erous Towns in South western Nebraska. Stock Raining the Great Industry. Correspondence of The Dec : RErunucAN VAI.T.BV , February 8. Indianola , twonly-lwo miles east of Culbortson , was foraomo time the end of the Republican Vnlloy railway and n very bright tow n of about three hundred people has grown up and become - como well established. There are three general stores , thrco drug stores , a cigar faelory , two livery stables , thrco flour and focd stores , two saloons , two millinery establishments , three restaurants ) two moat markets , two shoo shops , two blacksmith shops , an M. E. Church , a holol , a bank , a lumber yard , a bone market , six law yers , three doctors , a teacher , and a graveyard in flourishing condition. I speak of tliis particularly as there arose so many of those western towns that are absolutely destitute of such an in stitution. The bank horo. being the last ono on the frontier , dooa a good business among stock dealers and business tnon who do much business here or bo- yond. A good substantial bridge crosses the Republican river at this point , and this fact draws the trade of the southwest for miles. A 85,000 court house has recently boon built , of which the citizens are justly proud. Along down the Republican valley ono wonders at the great amount of land evidently unocsupiod ; but when I como to examine moro closely I find numerous dug-outs and sod houses which are almust indiscernible at a short distance ; and 1 am told that the valley is very well settled. Six miles down I found Cambridge , which has the best hotel building on the road. Trains going west stop here for supper , and those going east , for breakfast. The railroad mon have for some days boon considering the advisa bility of making a change and getting breakfast at Indianola. Were it for dinner , I would advise thorn to do so , as the Indianola house gets up a very good meal at that hour. The school at Cambridge has an attendance - tondanco ot about thirty-live scholars. The town has twcnty-ono business places , including millinery shops , meat markets and hotels. There is a good water power hero , turned to ac count by a firm which docs an excel lent business with both flouring and saw mill. Arapahoe , the next town cast , seems to bo a very bright town , judg ing from the nuinbor of traveling men who attacked the town the day I I-U . . . . . . > ww thoro. Imado too short a stop - ' to find whether any ono in the town was loft alive or not. The traveling mon were noticed next day to be badly used up. I was told that this place does a good business , and that its trade waH second in quantity to no town in the _ . , * . _ * r i 1 * I 1 1 1- RngJtown. Harlati county is haying a torrifflc fight over the county seat question. Alma and Orleans , the two most lively appearing towns along the road , are the contesting claimants , and thr matter is being pushed with a good deal of bitterness on both nines. Alma is the present county seat and most of the oluoers of the county re side here , but at present there is a suit being tried to prove that the present officers were not legally elect ed , and that they took possession ol the ballot boxes after election , and when it was found necessary , added n few more votes or voted moro men - ono man saying that the poll books showed several men aa voting who had been dead two yean or over. 01 course. I know nothing of the truth or falsity of these charges , but from all accounts , they scorn very improba ble , but the trial may develop facts , one inpividual expressed thualy : "The shadow of a great strife hat fallen upon our peaceful community and aorno of our noblest citizens whom the rough winds of scandal hayonovoi touched , are charged with being tin perpetrators of a great crime. It cai not bo true , or methinks the great am glorious aun would hide hia head froir such wickedness ; that the mellow bril liancy of his light would be lost , aa ir the darkness of Egypt. " I did not entirely ' 'catch on" to UK whole moaning of the man. as i sooma to ono thatthat "hiding'1 woulc work two ways as well us one , and tin wickedness of a conspiracy to cstab lish such a charge would bo as groa as that of the alleged crimes ; conao quontly ono way or the other the BUI would have to atop shining , Alma will probably remain the county scab , The Commercial Ilotol at Alma hat been purchased by F , Shaffer , wlu will build an addition 30x20 feet , ant enlarge and improve the ofllco am dining-room accommodations. Tlii | will then bo thti largest and boat hoto building in the Republican Valley. At Republican City the train Htopi for dinner , and I demolished a botto meal at the Gage house than I have had boypnd here. After dinner pont a little time among the friend of TJIK BKK , who are hero quite nutn orous. Business Booms to bo good and aa a natural consequence over ; one is happy. filoomingtou and Franklin coin next in order , and are very much lik the other * . Bloomington is a liltl farther from the depot , BO that tli 'bus ride is longer and ono can ob ecrvo moro of the landscape than i going to most towns along this roai There ia au air of sameness abou all the towns along this division fret Culbertson down ; aomo are mor lively than othera ; among tli liveliest of whibh are Orleans an Alma. All have their advantages an advocates , and all liavu their onemiei disadvantages. It IB u pretty vallej and will probably aomotime make fair agricultural region , but it woul BOOK ! to mo to bo a woato of labor t attempt it at present , when atock i ao much more profitable. Shoe rauing ought to bo the principal ocoi pation in this valley , and every man' ehcop should bo herded or kept o Jus own prornlsoB , and enough Inn lould bo tilled to enable ono to pro- uco grain for his own use. In this way a man could make a good living ut of a very small amount of capital nd on a small farm. The train steams slowly eastward and soon the welcome view appears winch discloses to mo Red Cloud , the orminus of passenger trains from the nat. I hiuo become accustomed to ccommodation trains , but with them s with people , "Familiarily breeds ontompt , " and I nm pleased to got > ack to fast trains ana good hotels. 5o I take the bus for the "Boys loillO. " 8f/Itl llLr.It. The Law of KtmlnoM In unlvcraal ; it directH all tlio human miiily , all animals , amlmnylio oven found n patent medicine * . Homo arc ilr.intic , IK ! tlie patient In obliged to Buffer pains worno than the ilifloinc ; hut In cn en of ob- tlnnto constipation , dynpc | > ln , tlicro h no remedy so kind , BO ( , 'ontlo in its dice In , ami etl o natlsfnctory , a.1 llltmmCK Ul.ooi ) JITTKIH. Price 51 00 , trlnl sire 10 cfiits. If.lw. A NEW DRAKE. Successful Toatlon the Heavy Grades of u Mountain Rnllroad. A no v automatic brake was tested ant woik on ono of the mountain oads of Colorado. The great advan- .ago . claimed for the brake is that it will overcome the terrible accidents whim happen almost daily on the icavy grades in the mountains whole .rains are liable to break in two got rom under the control of employes. 'ho test was made on a down grade , rain running at a speed of twonty- ivo miles an hour. The engine was ut loose and the brake adjusted , topping the train at double ita ongth. The brake was attached only to one car of the train , nd ita quick and effective work fulfilled all promises oi ho inventor , Mr. J. F. Mallinckrodt. 'ho brake ia operated by compressed ir or hand. It is attached directly .o . the truck beam by strong boll crank overs , the ahooa striking the wheel In- ido. The added weight of a loaded ar increases the pressure on the brake when applied. The relative lengths of ho short arma of the boll cranks to ho long arms determines the proper- ion of the weight transmitted to the irako shoos. Experience has proved hat a brake pressure equivalent t-j no-third of the weight of the car tody and its load is aufllciont for atop- > ing a train on the heaviest mountain grades , consequently , if the short inin of the bell cranks are to bo long arms in the proportion of 1:3 : , then no-third of the weight of th car body ind ita load will bo transmitted to the irako shoos. To sot the brake again if previously 'cleaned by hand , all that is ncces- ary is to kick out the pawl of the atchot holding the hand whool. If 'ompresaod air is used to keep oil' the > rakcs , all that ia necessary to set hem , is for the engineer to draw of ) ' ho compressed air from the pipe ox- ending underneath the train. The conductor can not the brakes from any mint of the train in case of necessity > r danger , by simply pulling a cord attached to valves that will allow the tscapo of the air pressure. Should u rain break in two , that act will allow ho escape of the air pressure usod'hi cooping off the brakes , and th/j'result a an instant stopping of Il\o entire rain , no matter whether going up a mount am or down.'V > ' \ it The main features of the Millinck- rodt brake are found to bo those : First Flat wheels are impossible. This alone- will pay back the cost of ; ho brake in ono year. Second Brake pressure always in liroct proportidn of load carried. jNo } rake perfect without this feature. Third Strictly automatic when sed in connection with compressed lir. If the train breaks in two , joth sections stop instantly on the spot.Fourth Fourth Cost about $25 per car , ith automatic appliance complete. Squally applicable to freight and passenger - songor cars. A company with acapital of $1,500- 000 has boon formed to manufacture and introduce it on all mountain roads. An Entire Snooes * . It has been proved by the most rcllabli testimony that THOHAH' KcLicriuc On. L an entire success Incurlnc the mout Invet srato canon of rheumatism , neuralgia auio back and wounds of every descrip tlon. 14-lw At the Barber's. Now York Sun. * "Do any of your customers over fill Uflloop in the slmviiiK-olmir ? " "Oh , dear , yes , " ropljod the barber bor , flicking off an intrusive morsel o ! aoap-suds. That often h.apjJons ii ; the cold weather , wlionlmun.upproci ate the warmth and comfort , of the aa loon after coming in , froin t u street , When I see an oldeflyl'fAt guntluiiiui coming down stairi'jlVmtf * ioothpict in hia mouth , I kp'pw I a'm.troing.U have trouble , ao'I ' have quickly am talk to him all the time , making remarks marks that call for a reply , and occa Hionally splashing the suds into hit eye , or getting the shaving-brush ii liia mouth. Of couso , ho doesn't liki it , But it's the only way to keep hin awako. Worry hmi , air , worry hin nil the timo. Keep stirring him up There are men , though , who will g < to sloop in apito qf me , lolling buck ii the chair , and drawing the akin of tin throat BO tight that it a almost a to nip tation to out into it. They shut then eyes at oncu , and only grunt when ] ask if Guitoau has got a uuw.trail , 01 cut a piece oil' themor atick the brusl in their mouth ; but they're SOUIK asleep when I have finished shuviii ) them , and they get angry and a < vea when I wako their. "It is wonderful , too , how mucl trouble aonip of my customers take under the impression that they ur helping ua.hon a man takoa hi lower lip into his mouth , and draw the skin over his chin until it ia a tight as a drum , he ia adding considerably orably to our trouble , and the alight est carolcsBiii'aa on our part is euro I cut him. It is much easier to go eve a loose akin than a tight one. Now if you will just blow all that air out c your cheek , I shall almve you quicke and moro safely , Thank you. You1 ] look younger with your whisker Doathful Dlubotei. YOUNOHTOWN , ( ) . , Aug. 0,1881. K. II , WAUNKII & Co. Hum : Your Safe Diabetes Cure | u only removed tlie iiroinhunt kyinjitoma i Diabetes with which I had lone utferei but restored me to full ami perfect litultl 14-Iw Coi. . Joai ll UOUDINH , CARRYING THE BANNER. to Folds Flapping in the Breeze on the Banks of tne Blue. Steady and Pormnnont Growth ol Stronisbun ; . Correspondent of Tlio lice , .STHOMHHUKO , Nob. , Fobrtmry 5. ; t 1ms been unusually < iuiot in our town the pant tow days on aciount ol the drop in the corn mnrkot or the rise in freight according to tlio now theory what tlio traflic will bo.ir. Ihoro is still a largo amount of corn ind wheat to bo inarkotod yet in Polk county. Never in tlio history of our county has prosperity boon showered on our little town rw it has in the past ix months. Our burg has almost loublcd in population fciuco last Sou- ember , and utill the sound of the lamtnor and saw can bo heard daily. Among the moat prominent buildings n process of erection is the wagon nd carriage factory of Mr. Olaf Icadstrom. In connection with the nain building ho in erecting a tower or a wind mill with u thirty-foot wheel , fromwhich ho oxpecta to obtain ho necessary power required for all practical purposes , Air Ileadatrom done of our most.intorpming citi- cns and a first-class machinist. Ho horoughly understands his businma nd will make a success of the enter- jriae , A steam flouring mill , costing not ess than 810,000 , is ono or. the proba bilities of the near future. A propo- ition was made to our citizens a ipw ays ngo which will in all probability ) o accepted when it will only bo n uostion of turn * when this greatly iOeded enterprise will bo a reality. Several brick business houses and a own hall ate among the improvements ontomplatod for tlio commi ? season. Several persons who arc prominont- y connected with the 0. it R. V. ailroad have invested in town lots ind buildings have been erected on a > ortion of them. Mr. Scott , from Lincoln , is now tting a largo atock of dry _ goods and lotions in tlio postoflico building. Mr. Scott has traveled extensively through out the middle and western portion of liia State and has wisely concluded hat the little town on the Blue is ucond to none for a business location o uuy town in Central Nebraska , and ho 11ANNKU TOWN IN POI.K COTNTV , as will bo BCOIIO by the following ro'- port of shipments and receipts for the 'oar 1881 : Number of cars of Jjr > gs shipped GO , wheat 120 , houculiold goods 2 , oats 20 , machinorj 1 , broom corn 52 , lax 0 , potatoes 1 , barley 2 , corn 107 , rye 7 , moriiiandiao 30 ; total , 427. Number'of cars received , sheep 1 , salt' J , farm machinery 4 , lime 4 , .rdosl , coal ( hard ) 2 , lumber 83 , coal [ private ) 78 , coal ( company ) 172 , emi grant goods 0 , merchandise , oil , gro- ; ries , agricultural implements , etc. , 313 ; total , 007. It will bo soon by , the above state ment that this station forwarded 20i nioro and received 158 moro cars than Dacoola did during the year 1881. The total shipments and receipts at Stromsburg and 1,094 cars , and al Oscopla 730 , making a ' total of 3C2 cars in favor of the littlo'town on the Bluo. The following number of cars have been forwarded from this place since January 1 , 1882 : Corn 185 cars , oate 4 , hogs 4 , wheat 15 ; total , 207. HAWKKVK. AN HONEST MEDIOINE FREE OF COST. Of all medicines advertised to cure .my allection of the Throat , Chest 01 Lungs , wo know of none wo can roc oinmond so highly as Bit. KINO'S NBM DISCOVKHY for Consumption Coughs Colds , Asthma , Bronchitis Hay Fever vor , Hoarseness , Tickling in tin Thrqa't , loss of voice , otc. This medicine icino docs positively euro , and t'm ' whore everything else has failed. N < medicine can show ono-half BO man ; positive and permanent cures as havi already been effected by this truli wonderful remedy. For Asthma am Bronchitis it is a perfect specific , cur ing the very worst cases in the short est 'timo possible. Wo say by al means give it a trial. Trial bottle : Froo. Regular size 81.00. Forsalohj 8lly ( ) IHH & MoMAHON , Omaha JOHN tmnLKK , XKUUR uciuur , I'icildcnt. Vice Prcs't W. B , UKIHIIKR , Sec. and Trcas. THE NEBRASKA MAMAGTURIM OE Lincoln , Neb , MANUFACTUUKllS OF Corn Planter * , Harrows , Farm Rolleri Sulky Hay Rakes , Bucket Elevating Wind mills , &c. Wo are prepared to do job work and manufac turlrg ( or other patties. Addroa all otileri NKDHA8KA MANUFACTURING CO. LINCOLN , Nm. fanlO-gm THE OCCIDENTAL d. I. PAYNTER Proprietor Corner 10th and Howan Street ? , OMAHA , NEB , Rates , Two Dollars For Day BOSTON MARKET Curaing Street J , JJOBES.iPropr. . Fresh and Salt Meats of al Kinds , Poultry , Fish , &o. , in Season , OOXMTEI A rcmtily with mien a roprcnonlfttlnn as Hos- itter'Hfitoinnch Hitters esorvci a fair trial II ou arc djxpcptlc , jour malady will eventually led to It ; If you nro feeble , latk flc < ih and feel ospondcnt , It will both bund and chccrjouup ; f tou are constipated It will rtllevojon , and If Illoui , healthful ntlnnilutn vour liver. Iinn't etpond , but make this effort In the right illrcc- n. For taloby all drugalsts and dorters generally , fch Sto ml HO. W , UUANE , i.O. OAMrHILL DOANE & CAMPBELL , Attorneys-at-Law Gentle Women Who want glossy , luxuriant and wavy tresses of abundant , bcantiiul Hair mast nso WON'S KATHAIRON. This elegant * cheap article always makes the Hair prow freely and fast , keeps it from falling ont , arrests and cores grayness - ness , rcmoTCS dandruff and itching , makes the Hair strong , giving it a curling tendency ana keeping it in any desired position. Beau tiful , healthyTIaIr is the sure result of using Kutbairon. ' PILES ! PILES ! PILES ! A Sure Cure Found at Last ) ' No Ono Need Sailor I A sure euro for Wind , Illocillnir , Itching and llcoruted Piles has been discovered by Dr. Wll- am , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr. William's ndlan Ointment. A single box ban cured the worst chronlo cases of 25 or 30 } ears standing. No ne need suffer five minutes alter applying this ondorful soothing medicine. Lotions , Instru ments and electuaries do more barm than ( rood , Villain's Ointment absorbs the tumors , allays lie Intense Itching , ( particulaaly at night after citing warm In bed , ) acts as a poultice , gives In- t&nt and painless relief , and la prepared only for ilos. Itching of the private parts , and for noth ne else. Head what the lion J. II. CcfBnbcrry of Cloio- and says about Dr. William's Indian Pile Oint ment : I ha\e used scores of Piles euros , and It affords mop euuro to say thatlhave never found anything which ga\o mien Immediate and peruw nent relief as Dr. William's ( ndlan Ointment For sale by all druggist * or mailed ou receipt ol price , 11.00. HENRY & CO. , Prop'ra. , OLBTKUMD , OHIO For sale by 0. F Goodman. ' ' * " ' ' ' " * . 1 v To Nervous Sufterers THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY. Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specifk It In a pOBitlvecuro lor ttpbruibtoirhrrt , JScmlru Veoktiosi ) . luipotuncy , and all dleeaueu resulting rom Self-Alniw ) , au Mental Anxlotj , Lossi iti'mory , Tain. ) In the Back or Side , and disease * that lead tc Consumption J8il ! insanity carlygravc an , The Specific iM.M i ? Medicine being used U with wonder ful success. Pamphleti lent free to all. Write for them atid get full par llculari. Price , Specific , 11.00 per package , or tlx p ck res ( oi 16.00. Address all orders to U. aiMBON MEDICINE CO. Noe. 104 and 100 Main St. Buffalo , N. t. la Omaha by C , I. Goodman , J. W , Bell Ish , and all oruirfliteevcryvtherc. EUROPEAN RESTAURANT , 1106 Parnham Street. MEALS AND LUNCH Served at all Hours. fob4lniGEORGE HOUGH , fob4-lni THE KENDALL PLAITING MACHINE DBESS-MAKBRS' ' COMPANION , It plaits and presses perfectly ono vard pe minute. ' It plalU ( roj ) MO of an Inch to 1 1-4 Inches Ii w Idtfi In the coarwtt felts or finest ullkf . It does all kind * and st ) le > of plaiting In use. No lady that docs her own dress maklni ; cai afford to do without ono as nlco fUltlnt ; 1 tieveroutbf faslilon , II net n It Mils Itself. Fo Machine * , Circulars or Atrent'n terms address CONGAK & CO. , _ 113ilama St. , ChlcaKO. 111. CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE TRAD. MAWThemeatTRAD. MAW Anun- falling cure for Buulnal Weakness , Spurmator * rhea , Irupot. ency , and IIFOXETAIINB.-- ' ! . " ol AHU TAIINO belf. Abuse ; as UMUI of Memory , Universal L * tude , I'aln In the llack , Dimness of Vision , Pr < mature Old Ago , and many other DUcasos thi lead to Insanity or Consumption Mid a 1'icini lured rave. particulars In our pamuhlet , hlc e denlre to send free I v mall to v r > oni fctrrbv Hpeclflc Uixllclne ls told by all drug l tll | > i'r ixicknifo , or (1 | > ackve4i for # . or i btkscnt frco by mall on real ptof the money , b kddrcwliik ; T11KOIU 1BDICJNBCO. , J3uff lo , N , Y , or sale by 0 , K OooJr oc7iue-c < d KlTTf RC JJl11 Li\t > Mm. J. O. Ilobcrtaon , rittuburir , Pn , v. riles : "I at miftcrlnir from general dcMllty. want of ap petite , constipation , etc. , o that life was a Imr- on ; after tiling Ilurdock JJlcxxl Hitters I felt lict- cr than for jears , I cannot pnlno jour Hitters ootmicli. " ill.Glbl . of Buffalo , N. Y. , writes : "Voui Junlock IKci Ulttcrn , In chronic fUftciscsot the looj. liicr . .J kidneys , haxo been signally larked with imcceim. I have lived them injncil Ith l > ct results , for torpidity of the Ih cr , nnd In iwoof a friend of mlno Buffering from dropsy , 10 effect was man clous. " IlrucoTurner , Rochester , N. Y.iwrltcs : 't hau icon subject to serious disorder of the klelncjs , ml iinablu to attend to Innlncss ; llurdock Ulooi ! litters rcllexed mo bcforo half abottlo was used feel confident that tlicv will entirely euro 1110. " , Aieulth Hall , lllnifhampton , N. Y , , writes ! 'I suffered wlthn dull pain through inv cfl ung and ehouldcr. Lost my spirits , appetite nd color , and could with illlliculty keep up all ay. Took jour llurdock Illood III tiers at ill reeled , and ha\u felt no pain slnco first week at tcr using thorn. " itr. Noah nates , Eltnlro , N. Y. . writes : "About our years ago I hid an attack of bilious fo\eranc never fully recovered. My dlgcstho organ ! ere weakened , and 1 would be completely pros rated for d.ijs. After using tno bottles of joui lurdock Illood Hitters the Improvement was sc l-tble that I was astontihcd. I can now. though 1 years of age , do a fair and reasonable day'i work. C. Illackct Robinson , proprietor of The CanaiU 'resbytcrian , Toronto , Ont. , writes : "For jean suffered greatly from oft-recurring headache.O scd your llurdock lilood Hitters with happlcsl csultD , and I now find mi self In better health ban for years past. " Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo , N. Y , writes : ' ! have scd Burdock Illood Hitter. ) for nervous and Ml , ous headaches , and can recommend It to anyone equlrlng a cure for bllllousncss. " Mrs. Ira Mullnolland , Albany , N. Y , writes : For several j cars I have suffered from oft-rocur ing bllllous headaches , dyspepsia , and com , JainU peculiar to my sex. Since using youi lurdock Illood Bitters I am entirely relieved. " FOSTER , MILBURN , & Co , , Props , BTTFFAI.O , N. Y. Sold at wholesale by Ish & Mcltahon and C. F , oodnian. Jo 27 cod-me Tnls great ipecille cures that most loathsome disease SYPHILIS RTliothor in Ita Primary , Soconclarj or Tertiary Stugo lomo\ all traces of > ercury Iroui the sja tent , Cures Scrofula , Ol.l Soiei , Ilheuma- tit in , Eczema , Catarrh or any Illood Disease. Curoii When Hot SpringN Fall ! Maltcrn , Ark. , Alay 2,1831 Woha > ocasc > < ln our ton n who Ihcdatllol Sprluf ( and were filially cured with S. S. S. McG'AMiio.s & MDKUT Memphis , Menu. , Hay 12 , 1831 Wo have sold 1,20(1 hot Ics of S. S. S. In a > car t has given universal sithfictlon. t air mindec phjslclans now recommend It as a posithi pcclflc. s MANSFIKLO & Co. Louisville , Ky , , May 18.1881. S. S , S. has given better sati.faction than an ; anedlclne I hao ever sold J. A. FLKXNBK. Uoinei , Col. May 2,1831. Every puroha cr tpcaks In the highest term ofS. 8.8. L. Melssetnr. Hlchinond. Va . May 11,1881. You can refer am body to IH In regard to th merits of S. S. S. Polk , Miller & Co. Ila'e never known S , 8 , 3 to fall to euro a cos rf Syphilis , when properly taken. II. L. Dem ard. j-Terrj , n. . Kll Warren. The aboi e signers arogcntlcinan of high stand ing. A U COLQU1TT , Ginernor olQcorgla. IF YOU WISH WB W LLTAKE YOUUSE 0 , TO BE PAID FOIt WHKN CUUED. Write for particulars and copy of IHtl book 'Metsago to the UM fortunate.1' l.OOO Rnward will be paid to an chemist who will find , on analysis 100 bottle 8 S. S , ono partlclb of Mercury lodUe Pota : alum or any Mineral substance. 8WIFT SPECIFIC CO. frops. Atlanta , Ga. Price of regular siio reduced to 81.75 per dnl tie Small s'te , holding half the quantity , pric < 11.00. Sold by KENNAKD & CO. , and Druggists Generally S T. JACKSON PLANER 'A bradnf.to fioin the Unhcielty of Pcnns ) \anlaat I'hlladtlphla of the Clasj Tenders his professional services totho citizen of Omaha and all others needing the same , pn dlcatlng his claim Ihercfor from 40 years' o pcrlcncu , sixteen ) care of w hlch time ho spent I ontli America , from wlilcli country ho has jui returned , kalnlnv vthl'st In the provinces man rcmtdliH for various dUcasea coinnion to th ! country from the natlvts of tt.e fa ire. The Doctor makes a specialty of all Chron ! UojseH , partlcularlly tho"o of females. Ho make ko fmuul at his rooms at the Planters' IIousi c riur of Dodno and Sixteenth Streets. mo codlu * The Great English Remedy iS'evcr falls lo cut Nervous Debility , V lt.il Kxliautllon , Emli Ulons , RcmlnnJ Weak , HOOD , and all th kill effects of ) outt ful lollies and excel < cs. It stops pcrmi nently all utakenln * int oluntary loss san Iralps upon the s > i em , tlie Inevitable r < nultol tlieno ovilnrai tlccs , which ylll are so destructive to mind and bed and maVo life miserable , often kadlni ; to Insanl ly and death It etrennthun the MurvesUrali ( incmorW Illood , Muscles , Plxullve and Hcpri ductile Orpins , It restores to all the oriranl functlnis their former vigor 'and vltalltj , 1111 inir life cheerful and enjojable I'rlie , f J bottle , or four Hints tr.o quamlt ) J10 , Suit b express , secure from observation , to any addrcs onrectlptof price. No. C. O. D , sent , exec ] on receipt of $1 as a Kuara < tee , Letters , n quettlnu aniwers mint Inclose vlauip. Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills aru the licit and cheapest djeptpila and bllllot euro In the murkU. bold b ) ull UrtifgUtd. I'rk CO ctnls. DK. JIiMia's KiUMir REUIDT , OKruKTicTH , Cures all * kind of Kldnvyand bladder complalnti KOMorrhca , Klcctard Icucorreca. For tale ja uauce st : 1 a Imttlc. KNOLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE , 71801hoSt. , lit. Louis , Mo. Jan6-ly _ J. C. ELLIOTT & CO. Plumbing , Steam & Gas Fitting Turbine Water Motoi AUO JOBBERS Ik Pumpi , Plpo FlttluB end Broi Good * , Cor. 14th anil Harnoy , Oinalia , Nol A WAKB MOTOR IK CO.\SUNTOI-KKATIO.S. tcb4dlf S. W. WYATT . . , \ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Lath , Shingles , SASH , DOORS , BLIPS AP MOUUMS. , 15th and Ouming Sts. , OMAHA , - NEBRASKA. IROTIB : & holesale Lumber , = , So. 1408 Farnliam Street , Omaha , Ueb , fcbl-l-3ino DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS HOTELS. PROPRIETORS vntr.v ARLINQTON , J. Q. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net. SARATOGA HOTEL. J. 8. BTEtLINIUS , Mllford , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromtburg , N * . HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J. G. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb GRAND CENTRAL 5. SEYMOUR , Nobratka City , Neb. MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P.-L. THORP , Weeping Water.Neb COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb. GREENWOOD HOUSE , G. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb ENO HOUSE , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Neb. METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atklnion , Neb. MORGAN HOUSE , E. L GRUBB , Guide Recd , Neb. SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Creston , la. JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKINS & BRO , , Red Oak , la. HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. OALPH , Extra ; la REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la , WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la. COMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. BURGESS , Neola , la. CITY HOTEL , Dl B. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la , PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINQS , Corning , Ix NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stanton , Net * COMMERCIAL HOUSE , A/M. / LUTTON , Vllllsca , la. JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la , BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida'Grove , la COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la GRAND PACIFIC , J. NORTON , Columbus , Neb. _ j' wooba HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Osceola , Neb. DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. S. DUNHAM , Clarks Neb. Manufacturing Company , -MAKERS OF THE- finest Silver Plated-Spoons and Perks , The only and/ / ! Stional plato that original firm oi\ \ ia giving for instance Rogers Bros. * * , ! stance a single All ou' Spoons , plated Spoon a Forks and Knives plated triple thickness with the greatest plate only on of care. Each the a e c t i o s lot being hung ou a scale while where expo d being plated , tc lo wear , the'reby insure a full deposit making a single posit of silver or plated Spoon them , iWo wear as long as Wo would call n triple plated especial atten tion to our sec- one Rival. Orient. All Orders In the West should be Addressed to A. B. HUBERMANN , Wholesale Jeweler , OMAHA , - - - NEB , Clearing Sale ! PO LACK'S PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE Is the place to Buy Bargains. EVERYTHING MARKED IN RED FIGURES. -A S ) Look for the Red Ink M ks. . C. WHOLESALE GROCER , , 1213 Farnham St. . Omaha ,