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1 I . combination of J'n > < ojdofJron , J'prtiHan Hark mid J'Aatji/ionM < n n jHilatabla form , J'or J > cbilitif JMIS of Jlfne- Hit , Prostration of fital t'oiccrs 6J . liKV. A. I. KOBB3 Writes : After nthorouirh trial of the IRON TONIO , I toke pleasure > "I consider U enheuUhlV y Tnnil a most excellent remedy for ffidSS fF' * 11 * ' the debilitated vital forces. f. the Kreatest value vrneroa Tonic is necos- . ary. I recommend It , M a reliable remedial airent , possosslntr un. doubted nutritive nnd restorative ' ' , . properties. . Ay. , Orf.J , 1SJJ. mmZDEI mi ! DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO. , 213H. HAW M. , CT. 1,0010. A. M. CLARK , 8IBN WRITER & WHOLESALE & RETAIL WALL PAPER Window Shades and Ourtains , OORNIOE3 CURTAIN POLES ANC FIXTURES. Pftints , Oils Irusiie , < 107 Son 111 14th Htr t OMAHANElHlA'no I RE -4' " * * ll > sp rgg i OROHARD 8s BEAN , J. B FRENCH & 00 , C A R P E TSIIGROCERIES. W. F. OLARK , PAINTER , PAPER HANGER & DECORATOR Kalsomining , Glazing , AND WORK OF THIS CHARACTER WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTEJSTION. B. K. Cor IGth and Douglas StroM * . . OMAHA "T . pxoBsrxixixfc BUGGY AND SPRING-WAGON MANUFACTURER. HORSE HOEING GENERAL BLACESMITHINQ 315 Fifteenths treet. between Hnrnoy nnd STENCIL CUTTING , LocksmitMng , Bell Hanging , Saw 1 fling , UMBRELLA. AND PARASOL REPAIRING. 6 h Street , 2d Door North of Pod en. Omth'v. No Sinple Broocli Loading Shot Buns , from $5 to $18 , * Double Broeoh Loading Shot Buns , from S18 to S75 , Muzzle Loading Shot Buns , From $6 to $25 , ' Fishing Tackoi , Base Balls and all kinds of Fanoy Boods , Full Stock of Show Oases Always on hand , Imported and Key West Cigars a large line ol Meerschaum and Wood Pipes and everything re quired in a firsi-class Cigar , Tobacco and. Notior Store , Cigars from $15 per OW upwards Send for Price List and Samples THE CONFECTIONER. All Goods Perfectly Pure- Largest assortment in town HNEST FEENOH FEUIT GLAOES , FINE OIGAES Orders by Mail Solicited Opera House Blook , 15th St. , A STAGE ADVENTURE , ' Cb tlce V , Eracty In the Now Orletni Tlmcu Democrat The completion of the 'Frisco rail * oad from S' . Louis to Van Huron , \rk. , Is n praoUsal abolition of the old Uge line from Fayottovlllo to Alma 3ti the Fort Smith nnd Llttlo Rock allroad. Tais old route , passing hrough the virgin forests of Western Arkansas and over two ranges of mountains , is replete with the most > oautiful scenery as the road winds its ragged course over mountains and 'alloys ' for nearly n hundred mllcr. ivtm the far-famed "Liud of the Sty" cannot boast of inoro dlvorslGed at * factions. About two years ago , hav- eg cnjoyod the season at the justly celebrated Earoka Springs , nud hearse - so much about this wild , plotur- quo o mutry , I concluded to on- auro the hardships of the long stigo ride and return homey > y this route. At Fjyottovlllo I trans , 'erred myself from a Pullman to nseat n the cumbersome stage ; the mall- )3go were oafoly stored away , and > romptly nt 2 p. m. the drlvor took Us eeat , and as nr four horses start * od in n lively trot wo realized that our onrnoy had begun , There were two jthor passengers. Ono was a mild- eyed gentleman of dignified reserve , who proved to bo a college professor , whllo the cthor were a ilannol , check ered cvershlrt , and his pantaloons were tucked into n pair of very heavy , coarse boots , evidently a laborer. Tno professor explained that ho was em ploying his summer's vacation in so- mrlng specimens tp enrich his ontomo- oglcal and botanical collections , and every tlmo ho saw a curious bug or lower ho wonld want to got ont and secure it , until the drlvor finally de clared that he couldn't lose the tlmo , and refused to humor him further. AB Ctptaln Cattle wonld express it , ho was "chock full o' science , " and when 10 found ho couldn't collect "speci mens" he began an interminable scion- Ifio dissertation that was about aa monotonous and , interesting aa the > attering of rain on the honso top. We reached the summit of the first range of mountains just at sunset , md paused nntll the sun sank beneath he horizon , the most gorgeous icono I over witnessed. No one can boast of having seen a glorious sunset nntll ho has viewed ono from a mountain top on a clear , summer evening. We resumed our ournoy , and directly the noon arose iko a great ball of fire , that lighted np mountains and valleys with Indescrib able beauty. 1 had taken my seat on ; he box with the drlvor that I might ; he better enjoy the view , and at the same time escape the learned jargon of the professor , who was focusing his earning upon onr friend of the check ered shirt. In making a stoop ascent wo passed along n very narrow ledge overlooking a chasm so deep that the light of the moon failed to penetrate the cavern ous dnrknoao. VVo paused to admlro the awful grandeur of the scene , and while the profe&Bor'a head was stuck out of the window in silent admiration iila silk bat foil off , struck the ground , bounded over the brink , and dleap poared from view in the darkness bo- low. He jumped ont nnd appeared as though inclined to follow it , and begged us in the most pitiful manner to got it for him. Considering the trivial less of the hat his anxiety appeared most ridiculous. Wo finally discovered it caught in some bushes , obout ten feet below , and entirely beyond reach. Upon the professor's offering $25 for its recovery the driver took tne relna from his horses , tied them together , and secur ing one end to a tree ana the other around his body let himself down , and presently appeared with the hat , to the great joy cf the owner , who cheer fully paid the reward. Ho then ex plained that ho had been hoarding up two years' salary in anticipation of his summer's rxcurslon , and as wo nil seemed honest friends ho did not mind ownlngthat he hadJJl.100 sewed In the lining of the hat. Renewing onr journey , about midnight we reached the summit of the Boston mountains , whore wo changed horses and ate sup per. The atagea going and returning usually met in the valley about oix miles beyond this point , and not more than ton days provloua to thia time both stages had been waylaid and robbed , out the robbers had been sub- D'quently captured on the Iron Monn- Aln railroad. We discussed the in- Idont and congratulated ourselves hat the band had been broken np , nd that we were In no danger of be- ng called upon to part with our vain- bios. Starting with a fresh team wo attled down the long , rooky descent t a lively rate , crossed the valley , and jnr team settled down into a walk , as hey began the ascent on the other Ido. Suddenly from behind a tree orang an object that seized the rolna f the horse ? , while from behind an ther appeared n man with n shotgun , 'romptly nt the word of command our hands went nbove onr heads. Ad- anclng closer and keeping ns within range ho called out : "Pitch down that mail and express and * > o quick about it. " Too driver appeared puuljzjd with ear , while I replied as coolly aa ] conld under the circumstances , aa th ollow was very near and the bore oi lis pnn looked fearfully largo. "Wo have no treasure on board. " At the same tlmo I was a way Ing f ron side to side to keep out of range , "Does she look like a couple of can non"sald ? the follow holding thehorso i * with an ngly grin. "Yes , " said I , recollecting an alma nao joke I had road many years ago "I can read the adnertlsementa on thi wadding. " "Come , no nonsense , " growled ho other ; "ilck down the trcaairo or I'l ; drop yon off o' thoro. " AB ho would not allow mo to uao ny ; hands , I kicked out the other raal bags and other plunder In the boot While ho was examining the booty managed to get ont of my veat pooko a mall roll of bills , all I had , ad again throwing up my hand , auc coudod In getting It down between ay neok and collar , The fellow , dleap , pointed at not finding anything o value , declared that vro had valuable concealed about us , and ordered us o the ground , Wo all obeyed , ad stood in a line with onr bands atll elevated , and the villain covered u with his can while his partner wen through onr pockets. From the prc feesor he secured a microscope and pocket knlff ; from onr paocongor In the boots , 70 cents and n plcca of to * bacco ; whllo I , unfortunately , had only a toothpick. "You sot of paupers , " ex claimed ho with the gun in disgust , "you're hardly worth killing , so we'll let > on tramp Into town ns rich as when you first came Into the world , PuU off every rag you hnvo on , and be quick nboat U or I may conclude to waste n llttlo powder and lead on " ' you. At this the man In the checkered shirt exclaimed ; "Onr duds won't bo worth much to you , but If you will examine the Hn ing of that gentleman's hat you'll find some money. " The professor collared the follow , bnt the robber pulled him away , nnd taking the hnt found the $1 100 , which so ploaaod them that thdy gra ciously told ns to go where wo wldiod Indignant at the traitorous conduct cf the roncgndo , wo refused to lot him rldo with U6 , nnd thus loft him. Wa reached Alma just too late for tiio train , and were obliged to lay over until the next dny. Lalo that evening , as the profcosor and I were sitting In the oflico of the hotel , to our sur prise In walked the follow that had acted so basely , looking none the bettor for his long tramp. Cjm- Ing towardo us , ho begged ns for heaven's snko to glvo him n few mla utes in n prlvnto room , as ho had some thing of great importance to communl cite , There was such an Impressive earnestness in his manner that wo yielded a reluctant consent. Wo went to my room and , alter carefully closing the door , ho sat down and drew off a boot , ont of which ho took a false aolo , and then produced n long , thin package - ago wrapped in oil skin. "Here , gentlemen. " said ho , "are five $1.000 bills , and I have the same nnmbor in the other boot. Had theio scoundrels carried out their intention of stripping ns , I wonld have been ruined. Allow mo to hand yon $2,000 for the $1.100 you lost "through mo. Under the circumstances , aa they ap peared , I cannot blame yon for thirty- mlle walk you forced me to take. " Ho then explained that ho was a broker from Loadvlllo , returning to Now Orleans on a vieit , and had as sumed that false garb in order to di vert attention should ho encounter robbers. Of conrso wo complimented him on his presence of mind and sa gacity , and congratulated each other that wo had escaped so fortunately , Satisfactory Evidence. J. W. Graham , Wnoleaalo Draggiat , of Austin , Tex , writes : I have been handling DR. W l. HALL'S BALSAM FORTHE LUNliS for the past year , and have found it one of the moat salable medicines I have e\erhadiu ray house for Coughs , Colds and even consumption , always giving entire satisfaction. Flease tend me one Rroaa by Saturday's steamer. REGISTRATION LIST , FIFTH WARD. ( Continued. ) Packard F L 1300 n Ifith at Pdrriah n si 10-h > nd Wobsterat Potoraon Erick 1140 n 18h Bt Peterson u i"cr 17l7 Webster nt Phelps 0 8 17 h und Oumlngo at Pholpa o j 17di and Comings ut Phelps r G 13 h Mid 0 inn nt Pickens F W 1818 Izard st Platz Aug 15 h and California st Ploof La Fniyjotto 18th & . California Prlnco Sol 1613 California st Pratt Jn S S 310 n Kith at Pontt 2 Chas 1504 Webster Bt Parker J a 12113 Davenport at Parmalee E A 1514 Ctas st Parrlsh w n 709 n 18th at PaulG'or 1141 n 19th Bt Peck J P 1724 Davenport at Peak B P 1724 Davenport at PhelpB 1110 n 18th at Phelan Pat Nicholas above 15th st Pitta Gilbert ( colored ) 17th bet Cam Ings and Jzird st PlosB nt Adolph 1212 Dwenport at Poguo Frank 18.h "d Grace Bt Price jjraoa . ' 103 n 11'h bt ParcollMich C28 nil that Qalnn Peter 419 n M'.hat Qulnn Edward 10 h and Gaming at Qjlnn Jjhn 918 n 18 h at Qainn Junes 18th und Izurd at Ramaoy Robt S 1010 Izard at Record 8 10v.h and Onmlng at Reitomeler J 0 501 n 10 h at Roevea J C 10th above Coming at Reeves Jas 18 h and Nicholas at Reynolds J R 131 ? Cits st Reynolds .i.io .1 8th and Cnicago at Robblns P H 1023 California at Roblneon wm T 324 n 17th at Roger * A T 1221 n 19th st Raef E L C IBS nhnvo 12th at ' Rammol Nioh 1433nl8v.hat Redman B F 19 : h and Webster sts Itcdman Davd 0 n Sherman nve - Redman George n Sherman ave Redman .i.soph 10th and Cpmlnga ats Reoco John 1140 n 10th at Reguin 0 F 414 n 14th * Reynolds Joseph 802 n 10th st Rhodes Thos 1015 Hart at Rhodes J5 ch 1015 Bart at Rhodes Baoll 1015Bnrtst Rhodes Juno 1015 llirtnt Rhodes Worth 1015 Bart at Rice J ihn si 714 n 17th at - Rlley J n 1504 Comings at R'lcy Mlchl 1704 Cumlnga at Robinson J T near Johnson's brick , yard Roberts Frank 1129 n 18th at Roberts Alonzo 1129 n 18th st 1 Robinson Henry 10 h and Chicago stt Rogers A B 1125 Sherman ave ' Reader Geogo 300 n 15h at Roeder Jallus A IGth and Webster sti Roonoy John 1212 C tss n5 Ruby A J n 19th at Riano Thos J 1010 Divonport at Ryan Dinl 15th and Wobsterata , Ryan John 18 h at abv Ciss st Rogers Emory 1120 n 18 st Samson Ohas H 1720 Oass Bt SinfordS H 321 n 17th at Bchorb Ignaoo 81J n 10 th at Sjhnlenberg F w 1011 n 17th Bt Scheldt Andrew 513 n 10th at 'll Schnoldowlnd Otto 1317 9la Bt Saward H Li 17th nd Ohicsgo ats Shannon Luke 1015 Camlngs at Shackloford C I ! Sherman ave t. Shannon Jaa 17th and Nicholas ats I Shank Rev J W 18ih and CilastB ot Siovers Theo IGth and Cilaats Slevora wm " " 10Simpson D L 1807 Isard st Sleverllnct Julius W Sherman av Sinclair Thos 15 h and Camlnga sts of Small W H 1014 Cass st Smyth 0 J 1811 California st Smith Goo Sherman av Smith wm alley near 12th and CMS " Smith Cornelius 1111 Chicago st UB Sogle S 19h and Hprnco sts nt Spencer E 8 T ) 1802 Comings at roBt Geyer D 1550 n 18th at a I Btatlor Samuel 1G23 Cila at Stftbrol Fred 13th nnd Qua sts Staring G A IGth " Stoddard W F KHh nnd 0 Ia sis Stewart J P 1123n 18lh st Stephenson W P 1123 n 18th st StnhtChai 1011) ) O.llfornla at Sunderlnnd LA Oil n 13th st SivoDdby A II 15 h nnd Nicholas sts Swift Jno 15th nnd Chicago sts Strife Mlolinal 11 h and Bart sts SiflftThns 1420Cio ! cost St C air Jas 15th nnd earnings sts Sahvrnllonborg F A 320 n 18th st SohwariokWinlllOn 17th st Sshroodor Alfred 1017 webster st Sohmlck C L Chicago nbovo 12th st Salroo Nolls 1715 webster nt SoAgrunChis714nlGthBt Seydell II B 1715 California at Sherwood E H Shormad nvo Shields G W923n 19th st Shields Ja 1212 Cass st Sllkworth C U U10 n 17th st Simpson A J 1020 Dwonpnrt tt Simpson Mrj Mury 413 n 14 h at Slattcr J 0 Shnrraan are Clark st Smith John T 1311 Gnicago st Smith J E02n ) 17.hut Spollmtn Kdwn'd Nlcholnsabove 17th lrca CKlSlOCamlngst Stuno E L 1815 C ilcngo st Stnben John n 17th st Streltz Ford 1220 Divonport at Stephen W H 1227 n 19h at Sullivan Djulol Sr 1315 Chicago st Sullivan Duitcl Jr 1315 Chicago st Sullivan John H 1315 Chicago at Sullivan P J 1315 Chicago st Swan Chas P 1UOG Casa st Sweeney Daniel 17th and Clark Sirlft John D 2 - 1314 California st Stovers John 14th and California st Thomas J 18th abv California st Thomas J D 18th and Webster sta Thompson James 814 n 10th it Thompson John 814 n 10th at Thlrwoll Wm 10h and Grace sta TighoP J 1024 n Ki.hst Tisher A 301 n 15th st Torbitt C 8 G05 n 10th at Tracy James R Chicago nbv llth at Trimble John N 10th nnd Iztrd ata Troy Thomas California abv 13th at TjlerCJ 1924 Cws at Tarpy P W 1201 Chicago at Terry Thos 17th abv California at Thompson Jno 12th nbv Dav at Thompson W M 003 n 17th at Toompaon R 322 n 10th at Tooror A R 1718 Nicholas at Truckey Tnon 18th abv Gainings at Takoy A P 912 n 18th at Tattle PMC 810 n IGth it Tattle Jas L 810 n IGth at Tattle P M 810 n 10th at Tamer Wm 1707 Bart at TJllman Jjhn 1123 n 18th at Valentino J N 1113 n 18th at Van Ntsa R G 15th above Coming Van Trott Albert 1715 Coming at Yickery Junes 1008 Izird at Van Acrnam W j 1582 n 18ih at Van Arnatu J B 1081 n 18th at Vamplow J H 310 n 10th at Vamplow OB " " Vnu Elorn M M 001 n IGth at Voss Ira 17th and Grace at Vlokroy O G Sherman ave Viokroy R W " " WaddloJOftiah j0h nbovo Webster Waddle Thoa 10 h nbovo Wobaror Wnddlo Honrv IGth above Webster Walker B F 313 ti 14th st Wallace J jhn 1513 Nicholas st Wallace Frank 511 n 15 h at Wallace Walter 513 n 10th at Wedell Chas W 1013 Webster st Weed Frank B 721Burtst Weaver A J 10 sh above Davenport at Wolmer Frank 10 h and Nicholas at WhitoWm 14180illforninat Whltton WM H 511 n 19th at Wilde o J sr 1315 Cm at Williams D F 19.h bet Izard and Paul Williams liov Jjhn 19th and California Willebooro Jicoh 1507 California at Wilson J tmen 711 n 19th at Wllbcr L T Oil n 18th at Wilson Goo A 711 n 19th at Wlttmook OBO 10 h and California Woodworth C B 1511 Chicago at Work L R > yo L 1703 California at Wright o o E 10h : above California Wroth A B 14th and Webster at Wroth Taos 14th nnd Webster st Whitehouso w j 1332 S terrnan av Whitmarsh J w 711 Gtta at WardPatk 411 n 13th at Walker Robt U 1213 n 19th at Wandtke Henry llth and Davenport Wadaworth J B 1129 Sherman ave Wogner 0 C G19 n IGth at Ware Walter E 1824 Webster st Waybrlght Ml Inn C iloago abv 10th st Weaver P M 318 n llth st Weaver JJ 318 n 14th &t Weaver CM 318 n 14th at White J m 715nl7'hst White C W 715 n 17th at \Vlinlcn j A 1237 Uhermrn ave Williams A 15h and Webster a's ' Willaid Gco W 1415 Calcago st Wilkuy J jn 18 h and Izatd at WJgman J E 1G2D Cumlngs st Woodman O'ark Iz rd at nbv 17lh B Wright ER 713 n 18th st Yeatos Dar.l 1712 n 18th st XvelfelFrod 1221 Sherman nvo S WAKKKIELD , 5th Ward R ciHtrar. Gentle Women Who want glossy , luxuriant and wnvy tresses of abundant , beautiful Hair must use LYON'S KATHAIIION. This elegant , cheap article always makes the llafr grow freely and fast , keeps it from falling out , arrests and cures grayness - ness , removes dandruir and itching , makes the Hair strong , giving it a curling tendency and keeping it in any desired position. IJeau- tiful. healthy Hair is ( ho sure result of using Katlmiron. DUFREHE& DUFREHE&MENDELSSHON MENDELSSHON "ARCHITECTS REMOVED TOJ Omaha National Bank > The Oldest Wholooale and Retail JEWELRY HOUSE In Omaha , Visitors can here find all novelties in SIL VER WARE. CLOCKS , Rich and Stylish Jewelry , the Latest , Most Artistic , and Choicest Selections in PRECIOUS STONES and all descriptions of FINE WATCHES at as Low Pri ces as Is compatible with honorable dealers. Call and see our Elegant New Store , Tower Building , corner llth and Farnham Streets THE LEADING MUSIC HOUSE IN THE WEST I General Agents for the Finest and Beat Pianos and Organs manufcctured. Our prices are as Low as any MeitornManufaoborer and D' ' aler , Pianos and O aus sold for cash or installment * , at Bottom Pr CPS. A SPLENDID stcck of Steinwjy , Chickering. Knabe , Vooe & Son's Pi anos , and otbi r makes , Also Glough & War/en Sterling Imperial Smith American Organs , &c. Do not fail 10 see us before nurchasiner. MAX MEYER & BRO. , MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES. A Large Stock always on Hand. MORGAN & CHAPMAN , WHOLESALE GROCER 1213 Farnam St. . Omaha. HAS THE BEST STOOS IN OMAHA AND HAKES THE LOWEST PRICES IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS Have now been finished in our store , mar-- Ing it the largest and most complete FURNITURE HOUSE In the West. An additional story has been built and the five floors all connected with two HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS , , One Exclusively for the use of Pnssengeru These immense warerooms - rooms throe stores , are 66 ieet wide are filled with the Grand est display of all kinds of Household and Office Furniture evei shown. shown.All All are invited to call , take the Elevator on the first floor and go through the building and inspect the stock- CHAS. SHIVERICK. 1206 , 1208 and 1210 Farnam Street , Omaha , BROOM AND BRUSH WORKS. " 'Cor , of Fifteanth ani Pacific Streets. ; R. E. OOPSON & CO. , Proprietors. Will commence operations about April I. ' m20-m&o 1m Have the Best Stock in Nebraska. MAKE THE T-OWEST PRICES. PERKINS & LEAR , FURNITURE ' i NEW AND SECOND-HAND. 1416 Douglas Street. ! GEORGE HEIMROD , The Leading 16th Street Pure Iloncy 2 Ibs for 25o Choice Mince Meat , per Ib lOc Choice Apple Butter 3 Ibs for 25c Choice Apple Sauce , 3 Ib can lOc Choice Standard Strawberries , . * 3 cans for 25c Clioico Standard Blackberries , 3 cans for 25o Choice Bartlett Pears , 2 cans for 26c Good Pears , 1 can for lOc Sweat Corn , per can 1 can for lOc Sardines 3 cans for 25c ALL OTHER GOODS REDUCED IN PROPORTION ALSO FRESH COUNTRY EGGS ALWAYS ON HAND. Call and Examine Our Goods and Get Prices "WTP CB * 9 " Bt f f 9 Bn * V3B > " K9 U H JKTm % JT JtCfF 1r Jfci JtCi ) Jt GEO. HEIMROD , 613 North Sixteenth Street H.M.&M.Peavy . . . , OLOTECIHSTGi- AND Gents' Furnishing Goods , 1309 Farnam Street , O3MC.A.