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Croonhouso , Bedding Plants Roses , Flowering Shrubbery , Evergreens , Small Fruits , El Ultras with every order , Floral Dos ! , Bouquets , Baskets , na.for I'ftrt \\oddlngaiuul Funerals spoclnlly.uua sent to nny part of tliu etnlo. Bwcct Potato nnil otlicr veuctuWo plants In tl Kason , IHuitrHted Cutaloguo frw. . W. 8. SAWYER & CO. , Iclf.h D Ko. xt , Lincoln. Nebras St. Charles Hotel , 0 BTUEEr , BET 7tb md 8th , . LINCOLN , N Un. Kit * Co kJj , Proprletorwe. * TNewly Mid alojtnUjr ( nraUbol , Good ua loom ) on flirt floor. MTTenni-11.60 to tl pel day. BpecUl ratei tf K uib n of ths kgi&Utur * . uorio-lm-o UNFAMILIAR ANIMALS. Recent Additions to the New York" Mu slim of Natural History , The Music Ox The Jaguar nd rum * Marine ManimaU Other Kara or Unluo Specimens , New York KvenlnR Tott. The mnak ox , la without a doubt , the most unfamiliar animal of tha ontlro American fauna. It U loon roaming In small horda over the uninhabited wastoa of the oitromo north ; but a largo angcea- tlon of Ita habitat rocalla ctrcumatancoi of contltct between ozlstonco and atarvntlon that may well atand aa eufflciont excuaa for Inkewarmness toward acionco at such a juncturo. It Is not at all ( singular tbnt our oxpedltlona fall at limes to bring awty tbo tresauica of the antipodes , the entire strength being often needed to care for the oaaonthla of the occasion. Husk sheep Is the tiuo doatgnation of this rare creature , Its affinities bolng nearer the ahoop and goats than to Bos. A glance at the animal shows the fea tures of the Bos family , but the norna and the long hair are highly sug- goatlvo of sheep. The uamo may be said of its face , which is largo and broad , and of the noae , which la pattlcularlj blunt and wldo. The horns Hn over the hoary hair-covered forehead llko n saddle , The specimen just now added to the mu seum In Control Park la n full-sized ndull bull , about the dlmentions of a small cow , with long hnir hanging from its flanki and rear , of oven length , llko a pall reaching nearly to the fetlocks , and sup plomeutod by a shawl-Ilka cowl over the head and shoulders , which ia , aomowhai curly and mane-like , leaving a dlstincl line of demarcation. The colors pro i deep umber and rusty. The habits o ; this animal are much llko those of thi goat. Rocky , barren heights are Iti favotito places of roaort. Tha food li similar to that of the caribou , grass in thi summer and lichens in the colder season The droppings are of the form of rounc pellets , recalling the goats and slice ] In this particular , as distlngnlshet from the Bos family. The flesl Is Inferior to that of any other ruminant by reason of Its musky flavor and coarai fibre. Musk sheep associate in herds o twenty to thirty. Calves are brough forth about the last of May. An adul reaches the weight of about three time that of the barren ground caribou , noarl ; 000 pounds. Thia animal Is distingniahei by bolng the only species of the genus li existence. Its specific name ia auggcatoi from the pungent mntk-llko odor that exhales hales from the skin of the creature. I has been soon very far north , In the moa barren regions , whore It would seam 1m possible that food sufficient to sustain i could bo found. Though apparent ! ; clumsy , It is quite nimble , running an < cllming with graat 'facility when clcsel ; prosEod. Several fossil species have boei found among the extinct animal remain of both hemispheres. Among other more important animali in the recent addition to the museum litho the jaguar. As these animals vary some what In s iz3 , and beauty of coloring am markings , Professor Ward was requested to defer sending examples of them and o the puma or panther , until ho had pro cured really excellent typical apsclmoni to fulfill hia contract for supply Ing all thi North American mammale. Both an now In the museum. Tho. jaguar Is i superb looking beast , nearly as large aa i medium sized tiger , and larger than thi leopards of Asia and Africa , its noarea allies TITO living examples are ownec by the Central Park menagerie. A 0,001. opportunity la there presented of notlnj the characteristics of this beast and o the leopards. Seen apart , the nn accustomed eye does neb readily obsorvi the differences. Compared , the leopard 1 seen to bo lithe , ita every part aupplo I a surprising degree. Its tall ia long am lies on the ground as it stands , assumln ; graceful curves. The skin la clothed li One clcsa-lying hair of rich golden coloi closely ornamented with black ring-Ilk rosettes. The jaguar , native of Sontl and Central America , wldoly separated li point of locality from its allies of the eli world , as compared to the leopard exhibIts Its a striking robustness of body am limb. Its head is more angular , its nee' moro muscular. The tall barely tonohe the ground , pr bat little moro. The sam rich golden pelt , with jot rosettes , It hat but the latter are supplemented by blac dots in many of the rings. The effect c this gorgeous coloration Is exceedlngl pleasing. The jaguar , oven compare with a leopard of its size , presents an ni pect of superior power ; It is immonsol robust , the leopard la Intensely lithe. The jaguar Is the largest of the No1 World felldao. Though capable of cop ing with the largest 'prey , It moro oftc feeds upon the rodents , several species c which are , In fact , quite bulky. Th capybara , the largest living rodent , 1 about the slzo of a bull-dog. Thi creature , from Its stupidity of habits falls a ready prey to the great cat. Th peccary is a noteablo orea' uro in the 111 history of the jaguar , for the latter i continually making the mistake thi small bodies are necessarily equal ! feeble. Not so with peccary. Thia Hi tlo plg-Hko member of the swine famll possesses most amazing courage , which backed by the ability to ueo ita sabre-Ilk teeth with tavogo effect , usually effects 1 complete discomfiture for jaguar , Th great sea turtles are oaiy prey for thi formidable cat. Llko thg practise turtle hunters of the tropics , the jagut watches for the appearance out of tl sea of the huge reptile , wh is bent on reaching tbo oxlrem high-water line where she may safely de poalt her egg * . Wo have often witneasc the actions cf the green and loggorhos turtles at the Dry Toitngas , on the Flor da Reef. The first full moon in tb early summer brlngi the roptlle to th shallow waters. Timid and cautious , sb swims jutt under the surface for a tlmi now and again peeping shoreward , A quiet , ahe rapidly nears tbo shore , and i swiftly as may bo roaches the top of tb beach. Once fairly on shore , nothlo bnt force will prevent the consammatlo of her Intent , easily frightened of ! as 1 : ia before leaving the cca. When falrl ready to deposit the eggs In the oonalde : able hole made by tholilnd illppora , tb jaguar steps to the feast and enjoys tint oourao of fresh eggs ready at ban to capsize tbo reptile when It shall mo\ seaward. With an adroit movement tt jaguar pubs the great creatqro hors d combat , and at leisure enjoys his moi substantial meal upon the half-shell , f < Jr with most Incredible strength and do : terlty he rips the two asunder. ilumboldt records an Instance of jaguar bolng captured that "exceeded I size apy tiger" be bad seen. , The American panther , or puma , la tl U. largest feline next to the preceding , ; America , A fine female example Is the new collection. The term Amerlci lion is derived from the color , which much like that of the lion , The pun resembles very much the Asiatic lionet Though this cat does not produce largely yet It continues to ba qnlto common In the chlckly wooded regions of the middle states , and is occasionally soon In the Adlrondacki. It has a range extending throughout the continents from Canada to Patagonia. Wo mob with a largo male on one of the keys of the Florida reef which had swum across a deep chan nel from the mainland. In the upper conntrloaof Florida it Is not uncommon. Moat of our wild predacious animals are destined ore long to extinction. In riew of this it is gratifying to know tbat in the great metropolis Is preserved , in absolute security from fire , specimens ol them prepared In excellent and lifo-liko manner. This Is Into of the great moose , wapiti , and all the deer tribe. Superb specimens of each , male , female , and young , are there preserved. The collection of marine mammals ol North America Is very nearly complete. A newly added ono at this tlmo Is the beautiful harp seal , ono of the hand , aomoat cf the rice. It singularly roaom < bios the rare bindod seal , or ribbon seal , hlch was added to the Museum lately , 'ho ' coloration of the harp seal strontIj ? iiggcsts the outlines of a musical harp. Of the collection of monkeys auppliec iy Professor Ward is a rare ono , rondoroc 1th a definite number , almost unique bi in act of extreme selfishness. On a clr nmscrlbod portion of tholilandof Mada ascar Is a certain grove of trees , one counted by a troop of monkeys of th African genus Colobnr. No other ox mplea of this monkey are known to ox st. Sir John Kirk , an English travole , nd sportsman , ordered his servant to kll ,11 , of this tribe. There wore not many nd those were skinned and cent to Eng and , where they weraby Sir John's order Istiibntod to several Institutions of nat ral eclonco , ostensibly for the purporo o roventlng any foreign museum froi iwnlng one. Professor Ward , who has ; oniua for securing rare things , and fo ittalnlng the unattainable , foil upon ipeclmen that was sent to an English in titutlon whoso officers did not appreciat t. Ho secured it , and proudly checkc ff on his list of desiderata subject jUadrnmanoa ; destination , American Mi lenm of Natural History ; genus , Oolobui pocioa , klrkl ; a specimen heretofore re Carded as likely to remain on the list ir definitely , as "wanted. " Thla Instance rocalla the example c ho Gibraltar monkey , a specimen c irhlch was lately added to the musonrr A small troop of those monkeys has in liabited the rocks of that celebrated pron mtory for many years. Not moro tha un or twelve were present when late ! a British sergeant of the neighboring gai ison attempted to connb them. Thia i ho furthest point north , and , indooc .ho only locality in Europe occupied b monkeys. Monkeys were supposed pnt "ately to bo confined to tropical regioni bnt several spocles of a largo genus Mi caqno have been discovered in the col mountainous regions of Japan and Thlbo Among the unfamiliar animals received ceivod at the museum are several cote coans ; a largo dolphin , which with th white whale and black whale , two othe dolphins and the several other largo me riuo mammals , form a rare collection. FILES ! PUiKSl FIIiKSt A SURE OUKE FOUND AT uASTI NO ONE NEED BOTFEB , A sure euro for Blind , Bleeding , Itching an Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Di iVillmma ( an Indian Remedy , ) called Di William's Indian File Ointment. A fling ] "box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 c 30 years standing. No ono need sailer fiv mlnutea after applying this wonderful sootl 'ng medicine. Lotions , Instruments and elo < .uarles do more harm than good , William' ' Indian Pile Ointment absorbs the turners , a ! lays the intense itching , ( particularly at nigh iftor getting warm in bea , ) acts as a poaltld gives instant relief , and is prepared only fo Piles , itching of the private ports , and ft nothlno else. Road what the Hon , 3. M. Cpffinbesry. c Cleveland , says about Dr. William's India Pile Oolnhnent : "I have used scores of Pil Cures , and it affords me pleasure to Bay that have never found anything which gave snc Immediate and permanent relief aa Dr. Wl Ham's Indian Ointment. For sale by all druf gista and mailed on receipt of price. 60o an SI. Bold at retail by Kuhn & Co. O. F. GOODMAN l Wholesale Agent. She Would Not Have BIc. Ihlcago Ledger. "And so she wouldn't have youl" "Indeed she wouldn't. " "How'd that come ? " "Well , I sab down alongside of her an book her by the hand , as I heaved a slg too deep to sound. " "How was that ? " "It didn't make nolso enough. Yc see , I alwa's do my slghin' in'ardly , a : breathe through my ncse to hide a breath. " "Well , whab then ? " "I felt her hand flatter in mine , an * could hear her heart thumpln' llko Watorbnry watch. I thought that meai 'say the word an' I'm yourn , ' an' so eald It , but got left. " "You don't tell mo. How did it hai pen ? " ' Well , she fired up like a bornot , a said she would never marry no man wha popped the question as though ho was n fcrrin' to sp'ilt fish. " "Woll , that boats all. How In tl world did you do it ? " "Well , I sorter give her hand a lilt squeeze to show her I was cheerful , ai then I cays , quite glib like , says I- 'Mlrandy , can you stomach me1" ? Dead Sea of the West. The famous "Dead Sea of the West , Mono lake , situated In Mono count } California la thus described by a write in the San Francisco Chronicle : Its water la BO strongly impregnate with alkalies that the hand hold for few minutes In it will crack open and th skin bo eaten off. No living thing exlsl In It , though it ia said that often , aftc strong winds have blown across its sui face , there Is a layer of worms several fei wide on Its loward shore. It oleanai clothes dipped in it almost Inatantlj and if they are neb speedily remove does worte. Its shores are barren , blea and lonely in the extreme , bordered by soil that will grow nothing but the scrnl blest of sagebrush , In the proiperoi tlmo of Bodlo a steamer piled on tl lake , but It is sild up in ordinary. Tl length of the lake in about thirty mill and Its greatest width about elghtee miles. Seen from this magnificent poii surrounded by the great walls of Blood canyon , it Is ono of tbo noblest views c earth , but at the same time It only prov bo one who has been about ita shorca at tolled across the deserted and sandy ii terval to the welcome foot of the Slerr with oven no bettor way across than tl Bloody canyon , the truly "Dlstan lends enchantment to the view. " TTben Btby wu sick , we g re her CutorU , TfTien ebc TTM & Child , she cried for Castcria , When ehe bocuuo MIw , tha clang to CMtori * , Wtou iho had Children , the garc them Casterii TUB THICKS Of MEDIUMS , Kollnr Tells How Easily Grcnt Men Ilftvo Boon Dnpcd. Philadelphia North American , "Well , I'll ' toll yon how I got inbo the business , " said Mr. Kellar , the magician , beginning ono of hla lively chats yester day. "A good many years ago I traveled with the D vonport brothers. Their father was an old man then , and ho used to toll mo over and over again thab his sons were trno mediums of spiritual power , and thab they were called to that mission by divine will. Well , ho bolng an old man , and I a boy , of course I be lieved him , especially when I saw tholr inexplicable tricks. 1 looked on the brothers with wo , and traveled with them for eight yojrj as an assistant. Finally , filled with a pious desire bo servo the spirits a little myself , I got hold of a rope alone. I tied my hands bho best I could Imitate the brothers , to sort cf coax bho spirits , but they acted as if they didn't care for my services , and whether I wanted myself bled or untied , I had bode do ib myself. I studied knobs awhile and praotlcod them , and finally I gob ono of bho other assistants to to ! mo. The re sult gratified mo , for I found I could jast manage bo gob out. I kopb on trying and found I could gob out of the rope lot htm tlo ib as ho would. Skepticism had al ready sot In , and 1 soon found myself working at bho other bricks of the broth ers and could do miny of them. About this tlmo Fay , who was the old manager of the brothers , found out that I had discovered tholr secrets , and wo at once stsrted up a company of two and struck off on our own account. Wo traveled all aver the world , and have soon all the tricks gDlng. Yon hear great storlee about the tricks of eastern jngglero-aud a great many of them are pure yarns. ] saw a newspaper article just the othei day that was full of them , such as a mar throwing a ribbon up in the air , olimbinf. up out of eight , falling down In pieces , and putting himself together , and al ! that. It Isn't so. The European magi clans are far superior to the Orientals. "But Ib Is the mediumistic trick thab ] am bonb on exposing , without hurting tin business of any reputable juggler. T < begin with , I think bhab Spiritualismputi moro people iu the Insane asylum thai anything elsa except liqnor. Bub wo cat excuse the majority of bho Spiritualist , when great men allow themselves to bi so easily fooled. For instance , I was thi assistant at a private soanco which tin Davenport brothers gave in London to i number of gentlemen , among whom wen Dion Bouclcault , Charles Roado , Algor non Borthwick , Lord Buiray , Capt. In- I Bitfield and others. The brothers won both tied in their cabinet. Lord Bnm ; stopped up and leaned over ono of then I to examine the knot , when the othe : quickly slapped him on the back. Then was a murmur in the room. Thcso grea mon wore struck with awo. Now , leb mi tell you , bhls rope trick depends upoi moro physical dexterity , and the sla ] was made like a flash and pretty hard bnt hero is bho description Dion Bonci canltwroto of it : 'A small , white , doll cato female hand suddenly appearcc above one of the doors of the cabinet. Ii quivered for several seconds , and then slowly descending , tapped Lord Burre3 ; ontly on the shoulder , and then raoltec in air. ' "It is just in this way that otherwisi sensible people show their senses to bi docieved and their Imaginations pceyoc npon. "The celebrated theoscphUt Engllng ton completely dumfonndaa mo In Cal cutta. Three of us were seated by t round table. Two slates wort Elaln In. I took the two and washot and wiped them clean. He then gavi mo a little piece of slate pencil , which ] pub between the two clean slates. Hi took hold of one corner with ono ham and I took hold with the other. Wi then claaped our free handa and held thi ' slates under the table. Presently then was a noise as of the pencil writing , am when wo opened the alato I behold thi following : "My name is Geary. Don' yon remember me ? Wo used bo joke o this matter at the Sb. George. I knoi bettor now. " "I remarked , ! know no ono by th name of Geary. ' .Tho slate was pub nn dor the table again , and the work'Goary Geary , ' was written several times. Otho slates were pub under boo , and ono wa brought oub with this on it : 'I am Alfrei Geary. T on know mo and St. Loger. " "I'hon I remembered having mot bet men at Cape Town , in South Africa , fen years before. Geary had died thro yenra before. Geary and I had jokei about spiritualism at the St George hole in bhat town , thousands of miles awoj Well , I had to confoaa I didn't know hoi tbo thing was done , and paid my forfeit Bnt bho mystery i now clear. I learnoi ib several years afterward. At bho ha ) In Cape Town , Africa , where I per formed , there was a janitor namei Hutchlnson , a great spiritualist. Eng lington had boon there- just after I loft and , of course , Hutchinson told him al about mo. That's how ho gob his in formation , for the spiritual letter anc mediums are always preparing themsolvei in bhla way. Aa to how ho wrote tin communication on the alato , I found thai out , too , and have done it before the Slebert commission , which is invost'gat ' Ing spiritualism , and will soon report , They have had Slado and Lord and i great many alleged mediums before them. "Nearly all spiritualists are honest It their ridiculous belief , however much ac cused for dishonesty , and , stranger still , I believe there Is B ohanca medium whc speaks in a trance who really believes Ic bis agency ; bnt thoio mediums who make use of tricks are frauds every time. " Rupture , Broauli'of Hernia. New guaranteed euro for worst cue without use of knifo. There Is no longo : any need of wearing awkard , cumber some trusses. Send two letter stamp i fo pamphlet and references. World's Dis ponaary Medical Association , G63 Mali Street , Buffalo , N Y. The Llmo-IUln Club , Detroit Free Press , * Upon opening the mooting , Brothe Gardiner fined Elder Toots $300 fo breaking a lamp chimney with hla elbow and then announced the fact thatth Hon. Overpluo Boogs , of Delaware , wa in the ante-room and waiting bo delive his celebrated lecture on "Will the Com o ing Man Shoob Off His Month ? " The re ception committee went to eecorb th great man in , bub presently returned wltl a statement tbat he was lying on a benol in a deep stupor , and that ho bad evidently dently been drinking heavily. "Do committee , assisted by Glvcadar Jones , " said the president , "will escort d lockturor down stairs in the most conven ient manner , an' ' when he haa reached d alley doah It will be de dooty ob de com mlttee bo see dab do oocashun bo made memorable one in his dairy far 1885 , " Two boob heels and a broken suspende were found in the alley next day , and I t s presumed thab somebody exerted htm > elf. elf.Tho The following communication was then oad in a tremulous voice ; ANDERSON , S. 0. , April 10. 1885. Bno. GARDNER : At the last meeting if our club , which ia callad "Tho Heroio Vhitowath Society , " our secretary road in account of your temporary Illncsi , and ho club at once pacsad the followinprcs- lutlon : "RESOLVED , that it Is the sense of this meeting thab Brother Gardner should eon recover his health , bub If Provl- once directs bhat he bo stricken down and gathered into the arms of death , this Inb stands ready to donate $ CO for ono of the biggest funerals over hold in America. " There IB very little llmo to bo bed in hia locality , and wo have to do a great deal of our whitewashing with lamp- > lack. What rates can you lvo us on a carload of fall lime , warranted free from all mat or inaoota ? FAR OFF SMITH , Secretary. The president returned whab ho called ils "ioIUmmabory thanks" far bho roso- ntton of sympathy , and the secretary was directed to make the vary lowest r tes on imo , and throw in bno dczan whitewash bruahoa. A communication from Memphis gave nfarmatlon that Division John Smith , an honorary member of the club , waa ad vertising to euro consumption by the lay- ng on of hands , and in order to fill his purse was making all colored porsom within ten miles of him believe they had the fell disease. A communication from Richmond , Va. , likewise announced thab Prof. Phosphate Wellington , another honorary member , and everyone who paid him fifty conbi was given so much good luck that work al $ L a day was no longer an object. The secretary waa directed to warn both members in a largo , bold hand , and red ink , thab they must ab once qull such business or sutler expulsion , and Brother Gardner added , for the benefit ol his hearers ; "When members am sick a straight- out dose , by a straight-out doctor , will either euro or kill. You git yor money's worf , no matter which way It goes. We can't countenance no member impoaln1 on human natur' by pawln1 around for two shlllln' a paw. As fur the bizncss ol tollln * fortunes , wo all know the past an kin guess clus 'nnif do fucher to keep an extra vest buckle whar' wo kin find it any time bheold one gives out. " Trustee Fullback waa then Informed that ho was to be cent to Cornwallls , Nova Scotia , to organize a branch club to be called < ( The P. D. Q. Colored Advis ers , " and the president added : "Brudder Pnllback , you h as brabblct bofo' , bub a few words of advlcawill doyen yon no barm. Dean' spread yerself over moro'n bwo seats in do railroad kyars. Civil answers won't coat yon a cent , an may save yor abina from a klckln * . Yon may know all about anodor man's game , bnt doan' bob on it * Thirty years ago our statesmen wiped delr noses on deir coatsleevcs , bnt dsr' has bin a new deal , an * you mustn't forglt your bandana. While It am handy to oat wld a knife , do use of a fork ab table may secure you a cabinet poeishuu. Doorln * do day stick to do sidewalk , by night walk In do mid dle ob de road. Dab's all , an' we wli now alnz our cloain' sane ; an1 dismantle do moetln' . " " 100 Doaes One Dollar" ia true only of Hood's Saraaparilla , and it is an un answerable argument as to strength anc economy. "OLD CAM. " Fen Stetcli of the Great "Wall Bear Lender , Now York Chronicle. Add ison Oammack la the most Import ant man on the "bear" side. The emal operators circle around him like Junu bugs around a gas jeb. They look upot him as bhe fountain bead of all "boar1 wisdom and inspiration. Words from bis lips are as precious as pearls and are caught and carried along from onoanother until they have gone the rounds. Ho is a heavy , broad-shouldered man of 58 with iron-gray hair and mustache. His eyes are gray , and his month and chii and nose are large , and indicative o firmness and resolution. Ho dreaac very plainly , although hla clothes are made by the most expensive tailor in town , and ho always carries a walking fitlck Ho speaka quickly , and nlmoc Invariably follows each remark with the Inquiry "Huh ? " Being a bachelor , ho has a valet , who attends to his wants. Ho la a member of the stock-exchange bnt is rarely soon on the floor , and is no down-town oven half as much as ono would suppose ho would be. Ho ROC , out walking and driving a great deal , and la of ten seen in Central park. Cammack Is a man of exemplary habits. At one time he was an inveterate smoker. Hi smoked the strongest kind of cigars anc a great number of them. A year and a half ago his physician told him that his health would bo improved If ho smoked less. Ho never smoked a cigar after that. The man's will is so strong thab ho will do anything that ho makes up his mind to do. Ho Is a southerner. Ho was born in Kentucky and drifted down to Now Orleans. He subsequently came north and started in as a cotton broker in Now York. It was neb long before ho gob to dealing in stocks , and was success ful. ful.Ho Ho la now worth $0,000,000 or 37,000- 000. He goes on his own judment , which Is next to unerring. Ho works the market against Jay Gould , and Gould does not seem bo bo able to entrap him In any way. Ho isalways posted on everything and there is scampering when ho makes a move. Ho Is grnfi' , blunt , and bo the point , and has a mind of his own. Ho can form his own opinions. That ia the greatest secret of his success. A friend who waa talking to him ono night said : "I hear you are called 'The Mephis- of the ' " bopheles street. "What is that for ? " growled "Old Cam. " "Because you raise hades down there , I suppose "Well , if they mosn that I do as I want to , that's what I am , and I don't care what came they glvo mo. " "Oim" used t ? be shaved by a certain In the shop in the Windsor. The man was very attentive. Not long ago the man had a chance io buy a shop , ant "Cam" lob him have $2,200 bo start In business. . "Cam" made $1,600,000 In the fall In stocks ab the tlmo of the panic in 1873. In the last great decline ho made all ol $2,000,000. It ia no uncommon thing for him to make or loao a quarter of c million. While ho may make that amount at any one tlmo , it la not olttm that ho loses so much In a lump. It may coat him $100,000 or $200,000 beget get the market In shtpo to realize , bnt he gets U all back , with a hugh profit he- aides. Ho rales tbo market just as much as Jay Gould , Cammack has made all hia money in the market by his wits. Rheumatism , Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago , Backache. Headache , Toothache , NaroTlirontNn-rlllniri < , HirnlnIlruUcB , HiiniK , NrnlilA. Jb'roUSIIlcn , .AXD ALL OTiiKn nonar PAIXS Ann AIIIIS. Sold Lj Urutil.li mJ p-ol'rn etf rrwlfr * . riflj ( VuU a Iwtllo. Dlmlloixln It UnKDHtni. THE CIIAUI.r.8 A. VIIUKLEIl CO. ( S lKtlloA. TCK3tLH COJ rUlllnirt , HI , I'.S. A. DOCTOR RfHITTIER 017 St. Chnrles St. , St. Louis , No. ArrialAr graduate of lwoM < Jleal College * , hmlieon lonitfl and Bu 6 ftutAiuthan an/ ether rBjilelaola at. LonlX u rltr I apert b tad > ll oil tfiMmli , knew. Nervous Prostration , Debility , Mcnlrt nn ( Physical Weakness ; Mercurial and otnar fattc- lions ol Throat , Skin or Bones , Blood PolicOfl , old Sores and Ulcers. ro treated ith inrarttloi * ! loeeeu , on lateit nelentlos principle ! , Pa'elr , f rlratt\j \ , Diseases Arising from Indiscretion , Excess , Exposure or Indulgence , which rrodnee iom or it follonlnc effect ! l aerrouitieiii , debllltr , dlmneii of alibi ted defective memory , flmnlei on tbo raee , pDjilpfcl de / , tmtlontotht > ocl tj or ( tm ln.eoutnii of Ilexeta , rendering MurrURO Improprr or unhappy , tu Krmtneiujcured , t'inipblet(5A ( rtRfiontbe ) nbovei rt lealed eorelor-c , freMo KbTadilrrii. Coninltatlon l t Beoorb/uatlrreiandlnTlte"d. WrtU forqueiUom. A Positive Written Guarantee rtre * In til eoruile etiei. Jledlcloei neot cttrj h re. l' raphet , Knellih or German , 04 pneei , a - icrtbluff above dticascs , In xnolo or Tomale , FIIBA. MARRIAGE GUIDE I % M pagei. flna pUtei , Illuitratc4 la et tb and flit bl lloA , know , a book l arent 'im rut < o fj > l tnmitcd By IU Ovtsa $50 REWARD $50 EQUAL of JOn.LLABD'S ' piuit b JLAROE and ai GOOD T'Trwaj. _ T Wlrtti & Dioklo , 00 A 02V&MJ 'jutCUt gt , . py combination of Dno , yonn crlap red , burly lorp filler , with a DELICIOUS FLAVOR and It just mccU tbo taeto ot n large Dumber o chowera. Orders lor 'TlowBharo" are coming In r j > Idly from nil parts of the country , demonstrating hoi quickly the great army of chewers strike a goot combination of Tobacco , both na to quality ant quantity. Messrs Loilllard & Co. hava exercised no little tlmo and labor In endeavoring to reach the Acme of Vcrfcctlon In PIe 8h re , ntd eccm to h ve done It. Besides the TKN CR.NT cvra ot Tloweharo ar Which Is a point not to bo orerloofcod by dealer who will find It to their Interest to order nome and glvo their customers an opportunity to try it. Ask Your Dealer for Plowshare Dealers supplied by Groneweg& Sctoontgon , Council Blufla , 1'eregoy & Moore , " " L. ifirscht & Co. " " Bros. " " Stewart . 1'axton & Gallagher , Omnha. McCord , Brady & Co , Omnha. Fur ealo in Omaha by H. Ylncllnor , CIS S 13th Street , Henry Ditzon , 001 S 13th St. Heimrod & Co. , G02 S 13th St. Goo CarUiao,1015 Farnam St. Kaufman Bros. , 207 S IDth St. Kaufman Bros , 1000 Farnam St. Frank Arnold & Co. , 1418 Farnam St. August Flotz & Co. , 1609 Douglas St. Goo. Heimrod , CIS N 16th St. Bergen & Smiley , N. W. Cor. 10th and Cum ing Sts. Van Green Bros , , N. W , Cor. Division nni Cumlng Sts. Z. Stevens 013 N. 21st St. J. H. Spotman , Cor. Douglas and 12th St. Geo. Anderson. 313 S. 10th St. Charlie Ying , 712 S. 10th St. Mrs. G. M. Lawloy , 800 S. 10th St. H. Mnnfelt , S. W. Cor. 13th and Howard. Mrs. G. M. Lawley , 806 S. 10th St. . Omaha Geo. Anderson , 318 8.10th St. , Omaha. J. H. Spetman , corner Douglas and 12th St. Chas. Ying , 712 S. 10th St. \Vlii riirlryuie Bl.oQD.'roror sale the- LIVER ami KIDNEVB , and UKhTOIlK TIIS UEAJjTJT tmcl VIQOll of YOUTH. IJ * popsla Want of A | > | K'1lto , liv dlwsllnn , liuof Hl renptl ) , iru. allies a cleat , liuilljiyconipli nt Mlrmptrt at c"rt < ; tiir | on inlarltyiil thuorlvln.il , Douotc tllioOiuol.VAl. AMJltK T. . . . . oed nur ii-ldresa toTb Dr. l ; t.I aB , llo.for our "pKKAMBOOK. " , S'iillof itruucr KDI } wSvl Uifuraiiik.ioc.bno.jC' J LIHE OF IN OMAHA NED. GANGER CURED I I have had a cancer ou my lace tor minjr years. I have tried a greit many icmodlM , but wltbout re- lief. I almott K re up hope ol over belnr cured. Ur , Uardmtn , my BOD , recommended Swift's Specific , which I have taken with frroat rcaults. My l co I , now < rtll , and II li Impoealtlt ( or me to cspreBi my thanki ia words for w hat this medicine lin done ( or me. MRS. OurclliKCMAH , Uonroe , da. , Sept. 2. , 1831. Swllt't Speclflo bn curel a cancer on my face , and bus almott made a new rn n ol me. T. J , TKATK , Wicltia , Kin. I have hul a cancer on my right car ( or three years. Itrledetery lemedy tbo plijilclans prao. tlctd , to no permanent Kooj. Hwllt's Specific bM wreught woudcri ( or me. It U the Lett tlood pu- rlBerlntli world. J o8. Uoit&owlrloicnceJa. Swift's SpeclAo Is entirely vegetable , and teems to 1 cure cancem by forcing out the Impurities from the lood. Treatlie on Blood and Skin Dltuuca mailed Iree Tim-SvurSricincJCo. , Drawer 3 , AtUota.Oa. , or 169 W. 23d St. , New York. eXi Nervous Ixxt IJebUllr _ . Afiforlto pr Krlpton ! of a cotcd < pcUlUl ( now re- Bled. ) Dtu eliU can fill it. Addrwi DR , WARD * CO..LOrjlflIAJAiW A CITI Tha iem tt blo growth of 'Dinah * daring the lut few years li matter of great Mtonkhmont to thoao who pay an occasional visit to thin growlngclty. Thi doTolopment of the 8tor > Yards thi nooossltf of the Dolt Linn Road tba Qiiolv pared stroota the hundreds of now roaldonooi and costly bnslnoso blooki ( with the population of on * olty more than donblod In the laat five yoari. All thli la a groai inrprlso to vlaltori and li the admiration of oni oltlioni. Thli rapid growth , the buolnooB activity , and tha many substantial ImprovomoiiU madn a lively demand for Omaha real ootato , and every Invoatox has mode a handionu profit. Slnoo the Wall Street panlo May , with the Bnbaoqnont ory of hard time * , there haa boon losa demand from specula tors , bnt a fall demand from invoatoii looking homes. Thla latter olaaa ua taking advantage of low prices In build , ing material and are securing tholr homei at much loan coot than will be poasiblo year honoo. Bpoonlaton , too , can buy real oeta ( a cheaper now and ought to toke advant e of present prldoi foi fntura pro ta. The next few yean promlaca gieatei d n-ol opraonto In Omaha than the paik Qvi years , which have boon an good on wo conld reasonably doolre. Novr man. nfaotnrlng ootabllBhmeuta and largo Job. blng houeoB are added olmoot weekly , and all add to the prosperity of Omaha. There are many In Omaha and through * bnt the State , who have tholr money In the banks drawing a nominal rate of in terest , which , if judiciously Invested in Omaha real oktato , would bring them much grofttor returns. Wo have many bargains which wo ue confident will bring the purchaser large profit ! In tht near fatnrn , We have for snlo the finest resi dence property in the north and western parts of the city. North \ve have fine lots at reason * able prices on Sherman nvenue , 17th , 18th , 19th and 20th streets. West on Farnam , Davenport , Gaming , and all the eading streeti in that direction. The grading of Parnam , Califor nia and Davenport streets has made accessible Borne of the finest oni cheapest residence property in the city , and with the building'of the street car line out Farnam , the pro perty in the western part of the city will increase in valnn We also have the agency for the Syndicate and Stock Yards proper ty in the south part of the city. Tha developments made in this section by the Stock Yards Company and the railroads will certainly doable the once in a short time. We also have some fine busineaa lots and some elegant inside rosi- dencop for sale , Parties wishing to invest will find BOmo good bargains bycnlhngn RIAL ESTAT1 BROKERS. 313 South Mfcli St , Bet , reen Pornham and Doaglas. P. 8. We nsk thoflo who haT property for sale at a bargain to gin as a callWe want only bargains We will positively not handle prop arty at more than its real value.