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THE OMAHA JDAljuY BtfE : MONDAY. FEBKOAHY d ) 1882.
The Ctaftno Company Correspond. caoe. Trsss. NEwYoitK , February 18. Amonfl the co.TCBpondonco in rolalion to the Peruvian guano company given oul by the state department was n loiter from Jacob 11. Sheppord , head of the cortpnny , to Minister Hurlbort , dntot Juno 25 , 1881 , in which Sheppord gives a list of representative gentle men , including a number of Now York's most prominent business men and banking firms , with whom lie claimed to have ononod , or was about to open , confidential negotiations. A reporter to-day interviewed several ol the gentlemen and eovoral of the firms named in the letter. General Grant had nothing o say and did not wish to bo annoyed with any questions. Ex-Governor Mrirgan refused _ to deny whether ho had any connection with the nflair. Jusso Soligman said hohadnovor hoard of Shoppord except through the newspapers. At the office of Kvarta , Southmayd & Choatc , the well known law firm , it was learned that Shoppordhadsomo time last summer offorea them a lib eral retainer to act as counsel in the matter , but they refused to have any connection with It The partner of M. Jcssup said that ho did not boliuvo Josaup hnd overseen seen or been in correspondence with any such oorson. llopresontativca of Pisko & Hatch , Aut-ust Uolmont & Co. , Norton , Bliss & Co. , Drexel , Morgan & Co. and David Dews & Co. all'dony ever hay ing anything to do with the man. Shoppord refused to talk about the published correspondence in a recent interview. Ho denied General Grant was interested in the matter. Tlio Muhono Rabnko Tailed. National Awociatcd 1'rcsa. it RICHMOND , Va. , February 18. In n the senate this morning the resolu tion rebuking General Mahnno and ordering him buck to Washington to attend his duties as United States senator was indefinitely postponed by 20 ayes to 14 nays. Collnpso of a Bank. National Associated I'rcaa. ' WATEUTOWN , N. Y. , February 18. The Merchants' bank of Water- town closed its doors to-day , entirely suspending payments. Capital , 8260- 000. The deposits roach $700,000. About a week aqo the assets wore about § 100,000. There is a big shrinkage which is not estimated. Jefferson county had 8100,000 , and the city of Watoriown § 200,000 de posited in the institution. It is thought if the assets are properly managed they will pay 100 cents on the dollar. Many depositors are of the poorer class. Virginia Oyitor Faroe. National Associated Press. RICHMOND , Va. . February 18. Governor Cameron s oyster force con i ' sists of the Norfolk Light Artillery Blues , with 3-inch guns , and the Nor folk Light Infantry , seventy men , all told. The military are placed under command of Major Carter , and the men are rationed for throe days. A Patriotic Reformer- National Associated 1'rcs.i. . BROOKLYN , N. Y. , February 18. Riploy Ropes , one of the republican reformers , who came into power' un der Mayor Low last fall , being pledg ed to do all in his power for.tho move ment , was requested to take the of fice of commissioner of public works , salary $5 , 000 per year , and consented. The law requires the whole time of the incumbent to bo devoted to the dutios'of the office , and to-day Ropes resigned the position of president of the Brooklyn trust company , salary $10,000 per year. > Monument for Confederate Dead. National Associated Proas. NASHVILLE , Tonn. , February 18. The six largo columns of the old State ' bank building of this city , which is now being torn down , will bo used for & monument for confederate dead. The monument will bo erected in Mount Olive comotory. ' Death of a Journalist , National Associated Press. RICHMOND , Va. , February 18. Capt. John Hnlpdon Chamberlain , the founder of the State novrepapor , a prominent journalist and widely known citizen , died this evening at his residence in this oity after a brief illness of pneumonia. He was [ part owner and editor of the State , and was hold in high esteem by all who know him. A Lotni Clnb Banquet. National Associated 1'resn , NEW YORK , February 18. Nearly 200 mombora and guoata of the Lotut club asaomblod at tiio club house thia ovgning in honor to Sir Hoaley Parkt , K. 0. M. G. , prime miniator of Now South Waloa , by diaouaaiugabountifu banquet that was aproad on aovon lonp tables. A number of addresses wore made , and the mooting broke up at n late hourt Heavjr Bnow. , Natfonil Auoctated Prom. Sr , PAUL , February 18. A blizzard ii in progress generally throuKhoui the northwest. The Northern Pacific between Jamestown and Duluth IB exporioncinK great trouble from a heavy enow atorm. At Jamestown laat night the thermometer touched 80 degrees below zero. The woathoi has since moderated , although a high wind is causing the snow to drifl badly. The snow is a providential one for the lumber intorosU. Iadia Trouble * . National Awoclatod PreM WUJIUNOTON , February 19. . The war department ia informed by the Indian bureau that there is danger at tho-San Carlos agency from the Ohlrl- cuaa Indians returning from Jloxtco. General Shonnanhas directed Genera ] Wilcox , commanding the department of Arizonaf to give proper protection to the agoncy. Nearly a Miracle , K. Ascnlth Ifall , Binghampton. N. Y. . wrltea ; "I * uilered for several months with o dull pain through iny left lumr nud shoulders. I lost my enlritu , appetite and color , and could with difficulty keep up all yW My mother procured BomeliuitDOGK MWOD BITTJIKSJ I took them as directed , and have felt no pain tloce the fir t week ? . SfHR11" } " ' "ntl am now Oute | well. " > J"rice 91 , W , trial size 10 centa. U-lw ' ' THE NODAWAY VALLEY , An Elaborate Hevlovr of Page County , The licnillnft Town * in ih < Oonnty. Corrcrpondcnco of Tim Unit. CrAiiiM A , Iowa , February 17. Page county lioa next oaat of Fromou1 county which is in tlio extreme aoutli < west corner of the atnto. The count } ecat , Olarlnda , is twelve miles from the Missouri stnto line , and about forty miles , in n direct line from the Missouri river , and in the eastern part of the county on the Nodnwny river , find on a branch of the Chicago , Dur- lington & Quincy road , leaving the main line at Villisca , nnd a "stub" of the Wnbash. It is a well watered and productive county , the Nodawny valley being often spoken of as the "Valley of the Nile- " Forty years ago , what is now Page county , was supposed to belong to the territory of Missouri , and thohalf dozen settlers hcrq voted ai Missouri- ans. It is Interesting to listen to the accounts ns , given by "tho oldest in habitants , " relating the various inci dents of border life before the nation al government established the line between that state and Iowa , and sot cast-ironposts ] along the line ( ivory six miles , so that a wayfaring man , through a fool , might know whether ho was a slave or a free state , and .tho true inwardness of the speculations , that , under the name and management of "emigration so ciety" secured thousands of acres of the best land in the state for five cents per aero by getting it condemned as "swamp land , " and then making slippery bargaina for a title , an'd the yoara of useless lawing to rocoyor it. Hut Page county to-day is one of the most proaporoua counties in the state , and starts off this year not owing a cent and having § 17,000 in the vaults for a rainy day. . Southward , along the beautiful valley loy of the Nodaway , and far into Missouri , is ono of the most fertile and productive , as well as populiar , districts in the state. Northward , half way to Villisca , is the village of Hopburn , dressed in rural garb , but containing 100 to 200 inhabitants , with the usual f mount of stores , shops , elovatora , schools , churches , profes sional men , and quacks , and that shipped 300,000 bushels of corn last year. In the extreme west , at the junction of * ho Wabosh and the Rod Oak branch of the C. , B. & Q. , is the ambitious young rival of Olarinda , Shonnndonh , which will be noticed in another letter. Northward on the "Q. " from E henandoah , ia Essex , reaching out her hands for building material , and southward on the Wabash - bash , Blanchard looms np ta a town oj perhaps 1,000 inhabitant , with no idea of being overlooked , while a dozen more villages with , longer or shorter titles must bo overlooked now for want of spaco. The pop ulation of the county is about twenty- five or thirty thousands souls scattered along the numerous forks of the Nod- away an'd , branches of the Tarkio , and Nishnobotany , all of which follow the general slope to the south and south- weat towards the Big Muddy. With an elevation of about 500 or GOO foot above thn low-wator mark of the Mississippi at Keokuk , a deep soil of great strength and productiveness , a healthy ana pleasant climate , streams of good1 water supplying nearly every form , good hard wood at 83 or § 4 per cord , indicating that there is much native timber , good' ' coal in abund ance , the best of wall water within 25 or 30 foot , small fruits and orchards bearing regular and bountiful crops , good mills in various places , and plenty of good water power for more , with railroads on every side giving the best of competition in marketing , with all agricultural industries in the best of condition and promising golden rewards In the future , including butter and choose , fat cattle , hogs , fine horaes , fruits , grains , wool ana boos , which are everywhere a success , with a united and intelligent class of citizens , largely from the middle and eastern states with enterprise and capital coming in to develop and put upon the market the boundless wealth of those prairies , with achool houaoa constantly in sight as you travel , and church spires rear ing their glittering domes in every hamlet , Page county may well fool proud ot present greatness , and her citizens enjoy the patriotic pride of the nobloat Roman , who , in that "older day , " waa greater that a king. The county wan settled aomo twonty- ifivo years ago , and in the march of iprogroas , wo find to-day ICO schools , . \vith an attendance during the past \year of nearly 0,000 , and school prop- rty valued at 8122,000 , without osti- uiaang the land , and two or three of the principals of the half-dozen graded schools in the county are receiving salaries of 81,000 each , and the county superintendent is serving his second or third term with a good salary , and is kept there because nn intelligent people doom him the right man In the right ploee. A good farm for the support of the poor was purchased and substantial buildings -erected a mile or two from Clarinda. While the county jail is unpretentious and with good taste , it la ao situated that thousands might pass it without oven suspecting that it was a butile. As I expect to notice Shonandoah. Essox and Blanchnrd In another letter - ter , I will pass by them to Coin , at present a place of BOIHO importance on the Wabash , and the base of supplies and camp of railroad builders. It has a population of GOO and the usual number of shops , stores , oto , Braddyvlllo , on the Missouri atato line , has about COO , with two hotels , a good mill , stores , shops , churchoa , etc.bhambough , six miles south of CUrmda , and Moreeman , on the Wabaah , in the same direction , Hawloyvillo , aix miles east from the county Boat , and Memory , seven miloa n the same general direction , are all thriving young villages of 100 or 200 nhabitants , while Cdllego Springs , in ; he south port of the county , is a town of 300 or 400 , and has a young poJJego with an attendance of ever two hundred , and ia the pride of tin icholarly citizen , the intclligon farmer , and the clasalcal uludont , am stands high among the school men o the stato. CLAllINDA has jnst counted noses again and finds aho has 3000 liv ing soulH within her corporation Whereupon she makes application t < bo acknowledged as a city of the second end class , nnd is expecting to prococt at once to organize her city council wo believe , on the "double-barrel' plan , and perhaps buy n few police men , although they are not of mucl use except on general parade days. The city has n very good fire depart ment , with two largo liabcock engines , and hose companies , which is a credit to the place. As yet the streets arc lighted by private enterprise , but they nro in excellent condition , nnd as the sidewalks are among the best , the lack of street lamps is llttlo no- ticod. Clarinda , like most of the growing young towns in the west , is situated with a public square 01 park in the center , around which cluster the principal business houaoa. In this case the court-house , a wooden structure of respectable proportions nnd design , stands within the park , which ia atuddod with towering , an cient maples and surrounded by n beautiful circular fence , while just out side the enclosure .iro the inevitable hitching posts , connected by chains. The business houses around the public square nro nearly half of them substantial brick , and the residences nro of the various styles of architecture , and are scattered over the little hills and rolling prairies for a long distance. The two hotels are doing a good business , and a stock company , of a dozen or moro of the business men. including Frank Par ish , of Council Blutl's hotel fame , have just oreotod another largo brick structure , and expect about the ides of May to open it to the public as ono of the boat hotels of any town of 3,000 in the state , and will name it "Tho Webster House , " in memory of the late representative. It ia also under stood thns the Scott house will take down the sign this spring , and clcai away the rubbish to build a good ad dition in the shape ot a brink front. The public school building is an honoi to the city and the stutu , and rcflcotc great credit on the energetic and busl ness like men who built it. In design and linish , as well as nil its appointments monts , it tills thu bill , and probably cost $25,000. At present there are it attendance FOIIIO 500 or GOO pupih under the tuition of thirteen instruc tors , nnd comprehends in its curricu lum a good practical course in litera ture , science and the classics. The seven churches in the place include two African , Baptist and Methodist. The Presbyterian society have juat built nn ulcgant and costly church , Stvith modern conveniences , while the Methodists have sold thoii old church and parsonage and select ed another location where they will immediately build largo nnd modern buildings that will bo fully up to the timea. Quito a number of heavy brick buildings are to bo built this coming spring , making ' ac tive and keeping the town constantly on the boom. It may not bo out of place to notice hero in connection with the building question that Olarinda has * onfc of the best archi tects in this part o'f the state. Mr. N. A. Olston has built most oi the choice buildings in this place and many fine and costly structures in Red Oak and Shenandoah and othoi cities , and the people of this plaeo refer - for to him with prido. The foui newspapers of the place are live anc and healthy specimens , and roflocl credit upon the enterprise of theii publishers and the intelligence of tlit public. Mr. 0. F. Crpney , formerlj of the Glenwood Opinion , has , dur ing the past season , purchased the the Olarinda Herald , for many yean one of the strongest and ablest republican publican papers in southwestern Iowa , The Journal , under the management of Messrs. Hill and Hanna , gives tin people' of 'tho ' county a second live republican weekly in the ashes of the old greenback sheet. The Democrat , in the hands of N , 0. Ridonour , keeps up with the party , does good work and "stirs up the animals" now and then for a change , while Brother A. 8. Baily.of The Star , works off an afternoon daily of healthy growth , independent and antimonopoly - monopoly , and carrying as much nowe and wit , to the square inch , as any other paper in the county , and "gets there six to their ono. " Mr. J. W. Chaflin , for four or five years the successful editor of The Clarinda Herald , has juat secured his proas and other material necessary for newspaper publication , and having Bocurod the > Valkor book and job establishment in Council Bluil'a , will aoon give the people of that city another newspaper. Brother Chafliu purchased The Herald when it was considered the beat paper in south western Iowa , and right well did ho maintain its prestige while ho re mained with it. Ho ia an able writer , a good citizen , an energetic business man , ia universally esteemed by Ids neighbors in this city , ia an honor to the journalistic profession , and a thorough Ohriatian gentleman. Wo wish him success in his now field of labor. Time and space require that I omit descriptions ot the foundry , the Chamberlain wagon and plow shops , and many stores and trading houses , including the mammoth es tablishment of 0. 0. McDonald , dealer in wagons , carriages , and all kinds of farm implements , and many ether friends of TUB BEE , and not point out at length the advantages which might arise by organizing the bualnoas men of the place into a board of trade , to take systematic and united action in Hocuriiig sumo moro capital to invest here , but I will notice only two or three of more general interest. When a well- known merchant of this city states that ho haa paid $0,000 or $7,000 at the Swe- noy , Hutton & Oo. mill for flour , I am led to inquire more carefully con cerning this institution. This mill waa built aomo twenty years ago , and for some time it failed to comf * up to their oxpoctationa , but Moaars. Swo- noy & Mitchell are practical mlh'ors and engineers , and they find all tho.v can do , and do all they do as well as it can bo done. They have shipped in 3,000 bushela of Missouri wheat , and have everything full , while they are constantly putting in now machinery , and will , this season , build larger , while they continue to make "as good flour as can bo found. Another vorj important industry is the tannery o ; Thomas Tomlinaon , Mr , Tomllnson came hero many years ago with very limited means , but being a thorough , practical , English tanner , and though his early life hero was very hard and brought many discouragements , Mr. T , has lived to KCO his children grow up to mature years , and his business constantly increasing , while ho has demonstrated that hero ono can make as good leather as is made in the world. Ho invites all these who may bo interested to know the facts as to the succcta of this important industry , to call at the tannery and become con vinced that only a llttlo moro capital ia needed to make this n prominent nnd pnying institution in Olarindn , for the leather trmcle hero , although neb finished as could bo done , with bettor tools , is nevertheless of the moat durable nnd lasting , and always fills the bill equal to the best imported stock. Recognizing especial favors and valuable assistance rendered me by Dr. N. L. Van Sandt , nnd Mr. John Calhoon , 'the prince of mer chants , ' I would also notice thnt the Commercial house will probably continuo - tinuo to bo the loading hotel , since Mr. E. Stonoy , the present host , is making arrangements to stay another series of yearn , nnd his thorough busi ness habits and his pleasant way of en * tortaining , will keep his house full if there nro a dozen hotels in town , and the boys nil know it. BUCKEYE. A Crtmf Baby. Nothing is so conducive to a man's remaining a bachelor as stopping for one night at the house of a married Friend nnd being kept awake for five ? r six hours by the crying of a cross baby. All cross and crying babies need only Hop Bitters to make them well and smilini ? . Young man , re member this. Traveler. fob4-w2t A remedy with sued a representation ta Hos teller's Stomach Bitters deserves n lair trial II } ou are djspcptlc , jour malady will c\entually jioicl toil ; If you fire ( ocllc , lack llcsh and ( eel despondent , It nill both build and cheer you up ; Kou are constipated 'It ' will relieve you , and if bilious" healthfulstlinulkte your liver. Don't despon but make this effort , ln the right direc tion. tion.For sale by all druggists and dealers generally. IcblSto ml Gentle Women Who want glossy , luxuriant and WATT < tresses of abundant ) beautiful Hair nutst use LION'S KATHAIRON. This elegant cheap article always makes the Hair crow freely and fast , keeps it from falling out , arrests and cares grayness - ness , remotes dandruff and Itching ; makes the Hair strong , giving it a curling tendency ana keeping it in any desired position. Beau tiful , healthyTlalr la the sure result of us W. S. GIBBS , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , Room No. 4 , Crelghton Block , 15th Street. OMAHA , NEBRASKA. OmcE Uouna : 10 to 12 A. M. , 3 to B P.M. Telephone connected with Central Office. DexterLThomas&Bro , WILL BUY AND SELL 3R.T1 A. ' AND ALL rttlKBiCTION ooNNictiD ruHaiwiin , Pay Taxes , Bent Houses , Etc. IT TOO WANT TO BOY On Blttt OtUl it Office , Boom B. Crcl/1'f.iri lulO"tf , pnuba. NERVOUS DEBILITY , A Core Guaranteed. Dr. B. 0. VlesVt Ncrvo and Drain Treatment A specific for Hyitorla , Dizziness , Convulsions , Nervoui Headache , Mental Depression , LOBS oi Ufmory,8po rmitorrhcDo.ini potensy , Involuntary KmUslons , Premature Old Ate , caused by over- Bxertlon , > cl ( abuse , or over-Indulgence , which leads to misery , decay and death , One box will cure recent CUOB. Ea.h box contains cne raonth'i ) treatment. One dollar a box , Or tic boxes ( or HVQ dollars ; sent by tuall prepaid on receipt ol price. We guarantee ilx boxes to cure any case , With each order roceUed by us ( or nix boxes , ac companied w Ith five dollars , will eonj the pur chaser our written guarantee to return the money K the treatment does not off ct a cure. 0 , f. ( loodman. DruzgUt , Sole , Wholesale and Retail Agent , Omaha , Neb. Orders by mall at regular price. dfewly To Nervous Sufferers THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY. Dr. J , B. SimpBon'a Specific * IIU a positive cure for tjpcrmatoirhea , Bemlna fTeoknew , ImpoUncy , and all dlteasoe roeuitlog from Sel/'Abuno / , a Mental Anxiety , Loaai Uctnory , Fata * in the Back or Bide , and dlaeaaei that lead to Consumption insanity an , curl/crave i The Specific ' Medicine li being used with wonder ful lucccaa. _ - J Pamphlet * v nt free to All. Writ * lor th m and get full par. * ( CV " 'Bpoclflc , 11-00 p r package , or U pack. If .00. Ad.lreM all orders to , . D. 8IMSON MEDICINE 00. , pd 106 Main St. IluBalo , N , T. " ' by'O. ' F. Qoodmao , J. W. Bell , drafifliUeverywhore. i } < c ir Mrs , .1. O , Robertson , PlttsburK , Pa. , writes:1" : ! was Burtcrlnff ( rom general debility , want of ap petite , constipation , etc. , BO that fife WM a bur den ; alter using Ilunlock lllooil Hitters I ( clt bet. tcr tlinn ( or ) cars. I cannot praise your Hitters too much , " n.albbs , nt fluflMo , N. Y. , writes : "Vour Durdock Ilc . tllttcrs , In chronic diseases o ( the blood , Ihcr knj kidneys , have been signally marked with success. Ihato utcd them myscft with best results , ( or torpidity otholl\cr , and In case of a ( rlcnd of mine surfcrlrfg ( rom droray , the effect was marvelous. " Bruce Turner , Rochester , N. Y.wrltC9 | : 'I ha\o been subject to serious disorder o ( the kldncjs , and unable to attend to business ; Ilurdock Illood Hitters rclle\cd mo before half n bottle tt as used I feel confident that they will entirely cure me. " , K. Accnlth Hall , Dlnghampton , N. Y. , writes : "I suffered with a dull pain through my eft lutiff and shoulder. Lost ray spirits , appetite and color , and could with dllllculty keep up nil day. Took jour Ilurdock niood Hitters as di rected , mid haxo felt no pain since first week af ter uslnif them. " Mr. Noah Bates , Elralra , N. Y. . writes : "About rour years ago I had on attack of bilious ( ocr , and nc\cr fully recovered. My digestive orvans were weakened , nnd I would bo completely pros trated for days. After using ; two bottles of \ our nurdock Blood Bitters the Improvement was so vl.lblo that I was astonished. I can now. though 61 years ef ago , do a fair and reasonable day's work. C. Blacket Koblnson , proprietor of The Canada Presbyterian , Toronto , Ont. , writes : "Forycars I suffered greatly from oft-recurring headache. I used your Burdock Blood Bitters with happiest csults , and I now flnd mi self In bettor health than ( or yearn past. " Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo , N. Y , writes : ' -IhaTe used Burdock Blood Bitters for nervous and bil ious headaches , and can recommend It to anyone requiring a cure for bllllousncss. " Mrs. Ira Hullnolland , Albany , N. Y , writes : 'For BOV era ! j ears I have suffered ( rom oft-recur ring billions hcadachca , dyspepsia , and com- jlalnte peculiar to my BOX , Since using your 13urdock Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved. " FOSTEE , MILBDEN , & Oo , , Props , BTTFFALO , K. Y- Sold at wholesale by lab A McMahon and C. F. loodman. Jo 27 cod-mo Tnis great ( poclfio cures that most loathsome discaeo Whether ID its Fylmnry , Secondary op Tertiary Stage- Removes all traces ol Mercury from the sys tem , Cures Scrofula , Old gores , Uheuma- tism , Eczema , Catarrh or any Blood Disease. Cures When Hot Springs Foil I Mahern , Ark. , May 2,1881. Wo have cases in our town who lived at Hot Springs and were finally cured with S. S. S. MCCAMMO.N & MUIIIIT. Memphis , Mcnn. , May 12,1881 We have sold 1,296 bottles of S.S. S. In a year. It has given universal satisfaction. Fal r minded phsiclans now recommend It as a positive Bpectflc. s. MANsriBLD & Co. 'Louisville , Ky , , May 18.1881. S. 8. 8. boa given better satisfaction than any medicine I have over sold. J. A. FLRXKBK. Denvei , Col. , May 2,1881. Every purchaser epcakg in the highest termi ol S. S. B. L. Melsseter. ' Richmond. Va. . May 11,1881. You can refer anybody to us In regard to the merits o ( S. S. S. ifolk , Miller & Co. Have never known S , S. S. to ( ail to cure a cose of Syphilis , when properly taken. II. L. Dennard. ) pnrrv fj. j-Perry , Ga. Ell Warren. The above signers aroirentlenionof high eland- Ing. - A H COLQU1TT , Governor of Georgia. IF YOU WISH WE W'LL ' TAKE YOUR8E CA * TO BE PAID FOR WHEN.CURED. Write ( or particulars and oopy of little book 'Message to the Unfortunate. " tl.OOO Reward will be paid to any chemist who will Hnd , on analysis 100 bottles S S. 8. , 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 bnt Jo Small siio , holding half the quantity , price , il.OO. . Sold by KENNARD & CO. , and Druggists Generally. ' GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE * TRADE MARK TheO niADt MARK English rem- edy. An un failing cure ( or Seminal Weakness , Spermator- rhea , Impotency - ency , and all Diseases that4 follow as ft BEFIKETAKIHQ.Bequcnco of AFTER TAKINB. Self-Abuse ; as Loss of Memory , Universal Lassi tude , Pain in the Back , Dimness of Vision , Pre mature Old Ago , and many other Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema ture Grave. jtJTFull particulars In our pamnhlet , which wo desire to send free tr mall to everyone. OTTho Specific ILedlclne la gold by all druggists at $1 per package , or 6 pnck'\c9 for ifi , or will bo sent free by mall on rcci ptof the money , by addressing TI1KGRA 1EDIC1NK CO. , Buffalo. N. Y. or sale In 0. F Ooodr oc7me-ood The Great English Kemedy itiovcr falls to cuio i Venom Debility , VItal - tal Exhaustion , Emis sions , Seminal Wcak- nes.ica.LOST MAN HOOD , and all the \ II effects of youth ful follies and execs- < c& It stops permanently - . nently all weakening , involuntary loss sand ralns upon the > js- em , thr Inevitable re- suit of these evil prac tices , which are BO dostruothe to mind and body and maVo Ufa miserable , often loading to Insani ty and death. It strengthens the Nerves.Ilraln , ( nuTOonC Blood , Muscles , Digestive andUcpro- ducttv e Orit 'tis , It restores to all the orcanlo ( unctions their ( ormorlgor and vitality , ma king lllo cheerful and cnjojable. Price , $3 a bottle , or four times the quantity 310. Sent by express , secure ( rom observation , to any address , on receipt o ( price. No. 0,0 , D. soni , except on receipt n ( tl as a guara'tne. Letters ro- quoting aniM-iT" nuot tncloia ftamp. Dr. Mintie'a DundelionP.il are the best and cheapest dyspepsia and blllloug cure In the market. Sold by all druggists. Price > 0 cents. DR. MiNTi 'a KiBhHT RRMIDT , GKPBOTICUU , Cures all Undo ! Kldntyand bladder compUinto , eoaorrhea , gleet and leucorrcoa. For Bale by all lauggiBta : jl a bottle. BNGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE , 718 Olive St. , St. I.ouls , Mo. JanSS-ly OEAIB'S OITY OEEEN HOUSE t now open to the public with a full supply of Cut Flowers and Plants For Sale. We will bo glad to nave the public call and see us | Bouquets or Any Floral Doalgrn Made to Order OK TUB SHORTEST NOTICE. City Green Hous * . S. W. Cor ITth nd Web- bt r , one block ( rom 16th trect con. Nureory. SO itre t , oppoalta Foit. Ju. Y , Craljr ( Florwi Una ) Land capoCarJDfr. FebX-flm. DIRECTORY OF' LEADING WESTERN HOTELS. PROPRIKTORS TOM * A/ ARUNOJON , J. Q. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIUS , Mllford , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromiburg , N . , HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvlllo CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb. COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb QRANtl CENTRAL. k. S'EVM&TJR , ' Nobratka City , Nab. MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WcepltTjWntor.Ne . COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb. OREENWOOD HOUSE , Q. W.MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Qlarlnda , Iowa. ENO'8 HOTEL , E. L. END , Ercmont , Neb. METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnton , Neb , MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. CRUBB , Guide Recd , Nob. SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Oreiton , la. JUDKINS HOUSE , JUDKINS & BRO , , Red Oak , la. HOUSTON HOUSE , OEO.OALPH , Extra , la REYNOLDS HOUSE , O.M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la , WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la , COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURQES8 , Ncola , la. CITY HOTEL , Dl B. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la , PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQ3 , Corning , la. NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stanton , Nob. COMMERCIAL HOUSE , AM. LUTTON , VI11 lien , la. JUDKINB HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvorn , la , BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida'Grovo , la COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la GRAND PACIFIC , J. NORTON , Columbut , Neb , WOOD3 HOUSE , ' JOHN EOKERT , Oscootn , Neb. DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarks Neb. : Bo. . WHOLESALE GROG 1213 Farnhgm St. . Omaha. CTOLtsTES , Wholesale Lumber , Nor 1408 Farnhm Street , Omaha , Ieb. faht4.3mn I. OBERFELDER & CO. , WHOLESALE IILLIERI AND NOTIONS. 1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET. SpriHg Goods Receiving Daily and Stock very nearly Complete , GUILD & McINNIS GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE ! Everything In RESS GOODS I Notions , and FURNISHING GOODS , AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. \ It Will Pay You to Call and Compare Prices. 603 NQBTH SIXTEENTH STREET. ATTENTION ! BUSINESS MEN. We have in Stock OVER200OOOENVELOPES A Large Invoice of Flat Paper , Finest and Most Complete Line of Blank and Account Books in Omaha. All at Prices that Cannot be Met in this Market. Give us a Call. CILMAU R. DAVIS & CO. , ( Successors to Wooloy & Davis. ) 105 South Fifteenth Street Opposite Postoffice. febO-lm-eod i i i' ' i " ! " / " "S T" " > i.i yv | i _ i i " i VZ3rJCJLLJi Clearing Sale ! PO LACK'S PALACE CLOTHING : HOUSE i * Is the place to Buy Bargains. VEBYTHING MARKED INRED FIGURES. Look for the Red Ink M rks. J. A. WAKEFIELD , WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DF-ALKO \ pU4/ ' i ! * v tfS Lath , Shingles , Pickets , SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT MTSTATK AOENi fOU M1LWAUKKE CEMENT _ Near Union Pacific Depot , - OMAHA ,