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TIIJ'J ' OMAHA DAILY B ESMOND AY , DECJ3MBEK21 , 1885.
RPEOIALNOTIOES. _ _ NOTICi : . special adrcTtllomonts , siioh n Zx sl , Founa , Toann. \ . For Sale , To Kent. Wnnti JlonrOliiR , etc. , will lie ln orled In this column At Hit low nito of TKN Ci.NT : I'KK t.lNUforthe Br .l Insertion nn I I'lVIJ CUNTi ) 1'KU UMJ for cneti * ubnuont | in ( Ttlon. lx > nvo ndlortUo- montaut our oil'.co , S'u. U Pearl street , near Ilruaduiiy , WA N'T . " \\rAM III ) A peed ul lor penrri I linuso- > V wo k ( n I lit N ' . 4 n 'lont.i "tri i . r1l IU..M-Tlir. f r mm Iioti4n ? o Good JL in i i * N , Main MUOI. NT AHml > furnished Iront room Vine sluet l uK ui : > r A nkclj lnnuslii.nl Iront loom Jvllli or wlilmut i)0jid. Two gontloinenc fitef jiroJ. No. fi fl Hr i iivemio. IfAHM IOKHAlB Atn bargain if Aold $0011 IWiiorn.C'i miles southwest of Uiiiiiliiu 0 room IIIUH * , ettollciit vrrli nnd clitcin.a bnrn , CIHI lor olitht hnr < c < , ono lor BO cows. lion , tool nnil wiiKOU liouH'i , 10J netci In tluiotli ) . t > 3 , l foio t trees , cotton wood.black walnut , uli mill niuplu ; good orchard , npplos. chcrnei , plums , irrnpcs nml smnll fruits Nevi r fulllnjr stock wutoi. IL 1' . Urrttt.il , 5JU llroadwny , Council IIluiU , lown. _ \\r.\NJKO- To buy nil tlio tlrM-cln viti.onl ) T > hand iiousoliold goodf Hint nro oJerod to ni'o. ftucli IM ftirnlturo , ciriiotn. sio\os , oto VoiTiing not Imxliitc BTIIICTI.V llMt-clnss tfooili islll fii\iitlmu liy not nplilyliDT All other * will rccL'lvo piompt uttrntlon mill will bo pulil tlio lilsrh'-Ht tniirktl i > ri-os liy A. .1. Mntidpl , 325 llronilnn ; * , iloiilor In now nml strictly lit t-cl m HMond Iianil rutnltuiu , utc , oc roil 11KNT At Mo.Miilion & Uo's , HOUSKS 1'Hirl ftrnot. _ rcm SAI.K , Fein nr.vr 01 : K.xciiANorf NO. fkl Per nl or rf nt.on vtry lliornl lo nn ! 'llio Council lllnffd 1'npcr Mlll.ioniploto , wltli tlio lartru bounllng lioueu und thrco Hcros of ground. No. 2 * A tmslnrRi property In Cliorokro , Clmrokro count } , lown. will tnulufor ircsUiu lands. Viiluo , iiboilt f1tUO. No. ! PJ A lii-aiitirul liinno In tlm town of Hnst- Jtiirc. Mlllfi county , Jowu , Tor Nuliinaku lund. Viilui' , H/ifO. No < l A K' "d hlislncsi proprrty nnd nl o ft rcsldoncu proprrtj In thu town of Chinto rood count ) , 111 , low down for iiislior > vlll cxclinnin' lor wtatern laiuln. No. nit A Kplondld Inrm , well Improved , 610 ncicH In Dlclclnsnn count } , lonn , joining tliu town of Spirit I.Hko. 1'rlcc , for n utiort tluio .IT. ) ' 0i iicro. No IM to 1B7 Arc four Inprovpil fnrmi In 1'lillllpi county. Knnxftx , ciali with u pniall In- < iimliraiuo. The vnnltim will IJD cxclmugt'cl for liiilntumlH'n'il wild land In Ni'lirnskn No. I'M ' 40 iicrts In Holt county , Neb . pnrtly jtnproviil , nt a hip huiiriiln. Wnnls to OIIIHUIKO lor morcliiinillfo No. M A line two Mory brick resilience , ono of the boit loiutloimln I oiincil IlluirH. will tnulu for Kood iinlnvnnlmicil Kiin&na or Nobrmlia lands. Vnluo. J.15.IKJ ) . No 55 nnil 11 Are two other beautiful hotnci In Cotim II lllnirB , which cnsh plij-menis will buy No. WV A hi nutlful illiuilinn locution In lowit City , IOHII.will uxLlmngo lor wodtLm lunds , Vnliio , JICKXJ. , , , Jhp lm\o nro only n few of our spoolnl hir- jrnliiH. If you've Rot iinjthln lo lindooi Rtll , or want to iill imj loiil ixtiilo nr inonliumll i * , wrlto us. Wo lm\u wvornl wood stocks of ( rooJa to trailo for luniK SUAN \ WAl.KHIt , I oiincil llliUKlowii. UNION 1K1LTOFFIE J. L. De BEY01SE , Agent. No. 607 Hroiulwnv. Council niuffs. Kailway Time Table. COUNCIL itLurrs. The following 'a ' the time of nnlv.il nnd dopnrturo of tiuitis by com ml Mimdanl llmr , nt the loml ilnpotH. 'Iraliid ltn\o tinnsloi ilopot ton 108 outIlor anil lurhu ten inlniitts Intur : DCI'AIIT. AIUIIVC. CIIIO\(1O * . ,1.2 A. M Mull mill Uxpross . ( lVp. : M. liSMf. M. ALLonimodntloii. 4.r > n p. M. O.lUr. M. . lUpiora .or.A. M. CIIICAOO & IIOUK ISI. .M ) . 02) A. M Miilliini ] Kxprosd. . . . n : vi P.M. 7.15A.M. ' * IUJ' ( . M Exptuis. U.'oi A . M ! CIIICAOO. MILWAtlKKi : A ST. PAUL. [ > . " ( ) A. M . Mull nnd K\ic3s. | ) . .0:501 : * . M. n.5ur. H . . Kxpipsi. . . . 9XiA. : ( M. CIIICAOO. iiuiiu.NnroN k qui.NCr. UinA.M : . MnllnndExprt s . . HWr. : M. 0Mp. M . Kxpre H. . 9.05A.M. IXAIUSII , ST. I.OlIIl IMC1HC. Sinp. : M I.ocnl SI. I.oiiln i\inoss : l.ncnl . Il.Wl'.M.TittiisforSt.I.ouuni.TniiHlory. I ) iM CITV.KT. .KIR * COUNCIL lll.tlfrts 10:10 : A. M . . . .Mullnud Kxprcus. . . r > : Of. M. U.U&I' . M . . I'.JIprU'-N. . . . C.iiA. M. BIOI7X CITT fc VACIUC. 7ir.A.M : Sioux flty Jlnll . . . R.TOr. M. ( i ; : > 0 r. M . bt. I'nul Expioss UNION 1'Aiana 10KA. : ! M Uetm r llxpio i > .5:4 : 1 P. u. . M .Mncoln Puss , Om. .V it. V . _ < v > r. M. TWr. : M. . . , O\mlttml Ilxiirc-ss A. M. DUMMY THAl.NHTO OMAHA. Trn\o Council lIliillH 7ftl : > Su.v- : "fl-10.10 Jl.uU IU in , ; l.oO U. : JJO : t'M : 5i5 : < I.W 11:45 : p. m. Siindnh -7.05-u.JJ-ll.IO : n. m ; U , H .1 : &v 1 > " 5 ti-.iii MM v m. Lenvo Oinuhn -7.B5-H:50 : : : 1000-11:10 : B. m : luo-i.W- : ) Jt.OO I 00 5 OJ : fiiA-l : 1:111 p. in. Mmdiiys-ii5 ) : :51 : > - 11. UP H. m.S.UOi.UO5.000.0511:10 ; : : p.m Chicago Water Koior Go. STKKRT. rmorfunilBlic < l from liydiimt prcssuiofor dilvliiK- nil idmlH of llubt mnrblnory. bioclal | uttrntloii i/hun to clmivli orKiin blow IIIK. V\o run println ? pic scs.niout ulioppoiH , IIOCTOIIUI , poilstiliitf iiithosj , sowing innuhlnoR , etc , 'I bo best clii'tipost motor nuido. Scud lot Lit- Liilnr. in HDD in Council Uliilla by lloojoliollleo. I'uroA. gnhniMt.meat market. l.blcnKO JMrut Murlcul. It islzomloi f r'B Meat Market. Mndtli.V .Mujers. Kurt/ . Kirch , cofTi'nRrlmlor. Koburt MullU , colloo irrlmlor. it. i. . \ \ ii.r.fAvis , Hi'lllnj-'Ak'nit 1H Miilu ft. Council lllullb , lown. till I'm mini bt , Uiiuilui. r SANTACLAUS SUPPLIES AT HOMER'S , 2a , Council Chicago Lumber Co. WlioU > jiilo anil retail Liunhui , I.iUh , Shlnglcj tii h , Doors and Illlmls. Solo iiKonts fet the ccliibiatod Mnrhlehcna Concontrntvd tt'hlto I" " ' . B l' . MACCONM i.b , Munnaer , _ _ No. \iiiliiBm-it. . MEBGEN HOTEL , Mitin St , , Council Ithilld , Nonrtho C. , II. AQ. : ; 0. , > f. & Kt. P. , nn4 C. , It. J. it 1' . railway ilejiots. Street car yasatlie door. lIvi-ijtliiiiK ue\v anil lirs < -l bS. Onoiicu Dec. 1st.IMIH IMIH , MKIlfiKN , rrojirlctor and .Manager. I'.T. MA .VE. A. B , II W-ILTON f. 'f. Mayue * Co , Real Estate Exchange No. 1011'oarl8 treot .rounull lllufTs , lows. Ik'iilora la low a , KUIIMU unJ NubraiUt I.anJi LOTS IN COUNCIL 11LU1TS AND OMAHA A SPKCIALTV , Heal Estate bought ami sultl. MRS. D. A , BENEDICT lIANUi'ACn.'lU : ! ! A Nil l ) iu.n IN HAIR GOOD. No. 837 Broadway , Council Bluffe. Absolutely Free from Opiates , Emetics and Poison. AT 1IBCOU1I.T ! AS THE CHARLES A. VODELER CO. , OALTIMORE , MD. , ' 017 m.ClmrlcNRt.Bt.ronl .Mo. en-tiri-lln lhtip * * ltre tm ot f CM tome , Ntftvotra , 9 t * find - BLC-ID Oitii n 'ban ftnr othrr rhrileUa USt. Louis , aieltrMi m Nervous Prtstrallon , Dcblllti , Mental and Phtilcal W kncss : Mercurial and other Altec * lions cl Throat , Sklnor Bones , Blood Poisoning , old Sorn nd Ulcers , are itttua wiib copu > uii ioee.il. * n lateil iel.Bll flf rrlu f lrl * . Ptrelr rrlmtclf . Dlieiset Arising from IndUcretlon , Exctts , Exposure or Indulgence , nhieh pn > 4nc < n > a of ih > rollovlcf r < T el4. nerfouiDcii , d bllllr , dlmocn of ill > l aaldsrictlt , miuurr , plnplsKm the ftes , phrilciMM.j , arer lc > D lo lh .elil/of rfmil t , srDuiloa f Idfti , lo . rpndcrlnl Marrlaia Improper or unhappy. ar tur d. ramphl iSArarneDlhi ( ) Bbore , seat Krmtatnllr l elo | , rrsnloaar > dlri UcnIl llCD UN Dei or br n" " fr" In'll-d nd jtilrllj tinDdilllil. A Poslllvo Written Guarantee ii e ln i-r- . UMc eut , Utilclue ut ? erj htteb ; mall or eiftni. MARRIAGE GUIDE , 260 PAOK1. PINE PLXTEB , el K al alelh nt gilt binilnt mltifornoo ia po-Ufaor nrreoo ; . Otr Qfly . . r ofrfprMJuetlon , i rt nimy efi > Ifcoie marMcJ cr upltllDB cii iltl * houii rrml It , Pr > Ur rdlUon \ddr it sto v P * If hi * ' Scrofula of Lun gs , Inm now n jcarsoM. nnd lime RuITered foi tliiihijit llftcon jours with n lunir trotiblo hn\oRpent thoiiMindfi ot dollars lo nirivtthi match of ihli illRi.i | o' but temporary lollef wiv nil that I obtained. I wa * unlit for nn > manna lal or for pe\eial jeilrs A trlcnd slioiml ) tee oinmendnd thfi ifo of Pwitta Specific ( S S P. ) rlnlinlnir tlml ho hltii i > lt 1m I buon irieutlv bono lltoil In HOIIUI lmiur tioublee 1 ic'-ohed to trj It. The iu itllf > nto tuitiirKnulo. M > cou h lur loft mo m > Htrcnirtli htii rnturtied , und I wulirl sixty potitil8 ( moio than I over illd In nu lifo It Ii H been thtvo jent t since I i-topi oil the u ( o thomndlehin hut lia\o no reliunol tlio ills cn'i > , and there me no jialiH or wonkni'sM foil Ir my lunirs 1 do tlio hnidiM klml of ineUiimlcn orlt , and foiliK well ni I r\er lelt lnco 1 wn1 n bo } . Tho-o , I lintniinoMondeifill Mali nienti to makr , but I am hoiu > r.t when I cnvthiit I o i mv nvlsttnco nnd heilili to day to S S b would I eiccroint tomj duty I OHO to humnu Itj II I fulled to binr this c'-ocrful ' testimony ti tlio inciltsof this Montli rlul moillelne T. J. HOLT. Jlontpomory , Aln , Juno 25,1883. bwlft'n Spotlllo Is entire ! } epclnble. Trcatls ; on lllood mid MJii Ulscu vi inullod. fito. IIIB bttin Si'i.L'tnc Co , Ilinwci 3 , Atlanta Gn. , ot 157 \ \ ' xlI. . . N Y -AT- WOODBRIDGE BROS1 MUSIC HOUSE OMAHA NEBRASKA. Nebraska National Bant OMAHA. NEBRASKA. PAII > UP CAI-ITAI , siso.ooo.oa Si HPl.t'9 , May 1 , IbS.- , 25.000.00 H.V. . YA i K-J , Pri'siilent. A. E. TOII/.AMN , Vice Picsldcnt. \V. 11. S. liuoiiEb , Cashier. HT. V. INlousn , .IOIIN S. II. W. YATLS. . , Lhvvis S. UEIU : , A. E TOIVM.IM , BANKING OFFICE : THE IKON BANK. Co. 12th nnd Fnrnam Streets. Oonorn 1 Uuukltur UusiuuasTruuauctud. t Chartered by theStoteof 1111- f neil for thee preitpurpose f ofclvlnslmmcdlate rellelin kal ) chronic , unnaryand pri- Ivale diseases. Gonorrhoea , 1 Qieet andSyphills in all their complicated forms , alto all dlceasH of the S/cln and Blood promptly rcllcvcdacd permanentlycured by reme * . dieite tedlna/'or//I > i < r . . tSprrtall'iarHce. Seminal Weakne3s , Niglit Losjes by Dreamt , Plmplea on the FaceLo3tManhoodoJliif'jcurr < ( .27ifr8 l3tio < ri > erl < nrntln < i , The appropriate remedy I at once uicd In each case. Consultations , ncr- onal or by letter , nacredly confidential. Mod- Iclnea sent by Mall and Express. No marks on package to I odiute contents or sender. Addreii DR. JAM ES.No. 204Washlnglon St. .Chicago , ! ! ) . CONSUMPTION , 1 ban a poittlvo reto d > for tlie aboradticix i bj IU ase thoaiandsof caivsul tlie orst ktud artdur fnog slaftdtuf bars beriitu red linltAil , gitroniUnirfAU6 lalll ffl < l tr.lhi.t I wl I ni\TWO BOTfl t3 FBI ! . ICietturwUha V-U.UAD ! KTKXATISKon Hill dlisat * t aor tuTdr ! r Ulraexprsn and F O adJr _ _ _ DRUNKENNESS Or llio l.liii r llulil'l , INiwItltfly C'urtMl tiy Administering Or , IllllltOal * CluldfU S | > flUf. It ran heRUcn IDA cup of cofTi o or tea without thu knunlciliioof thu pt'rwu taking It.lsulisulutFly harmlfsi , nml will elli'ct a pnnmiiiont ami spriily euro , n Iietlur ttie patient In a inudorato drltikvr or an alcoholic nrcrk. It hoi tioen cl\rn In tUou- Bands of c 'f a , and In every Instance a pi rfcct CUM lias followed II ii vrr full * , 'I IIB y tem once linprcgimted Ith the Bpeclllc , U biconici an uttet luipojiltjlllty fur the liquor appetltu to exist. FOB BALI : iiv rowowiNa Diiuciaisrs : It U JIN Of CO. . Cor. 13th nnd Donclm * . nnd Ihlh < V ( 'umliisT hit , , Umnbii , .Neb. I A , i ) . Fuvruic A ; nun. , Council Illiifl' * , I n. Callornrllft for pamphlet ronlalnlnz liunriinls of lesihnonlols frointhubeatonitn and nu'iifrom all partsot thccoutitrj. _ PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. " Tlie OrlKliuil unit Only Genuine. IUf anaal ; i I IUI U B w reef wortlilna lailiillmit. lD.il < r < mi > tl to LADIES. Atk . - ur llruccUt M " ( Ui > ai trr * FctTUkT'iod Ulr a nlhrror ( nelow e | iunp.iia nt fir rriUulnr < n I'iffr bj rrlum mall , NAME PAPf R , . t hUkratrr fkrialr.l Co. , UJia MadUuu Hquarr. rblluda. , ! ' . At T > rui l l , 1 raJ itU | t'ullir .V Fullil . iM * > q III. CULTIVATOR AND HOUSE. BCBHASKA cirvinipint thing nondeilulin licuiluai. : art your tinne anJ i lri > is on a poMal cnril fur aiopU topy mid > ru Hill Imdell htrd. lUntlun thu tnr | aui aJJtt.a H. a. UMITH , Pub. . Omuhu , Neb. HAGAK'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a ladj'owes her fresh ness to it , who would rather not tell , and you can't tell. MADRON'S GREAT CIIOWTII. A Oity Four Months Old With a Fopttla- tioii of 2,500. , OrelSI * Hundred P.ulMlntc's Kiccted Tlio Most 1'roniinoiit lltiolne < Men The MiiRlo CltjoT tlic Northwest. fit vnnox , Neb , Doc 13 [ Special Coi io < 4 omlenc < ] Situated in the tioltliHost part of the nlnti of Nebraska , tibotit iifty miles from tlio famous Black HilU , in n bolt of country richly tulnptuil to fann ing purposes ntiil grazing is Children Only four month * ngo tlio spot upon wInch town is built w.-n the homo of the prniria dog and roaming frelslitor , but now in thi'ir sk'-ul is built n town ( or city it should bo called ) containing over 2,500 soul1 ; Uulldhigs lm o been j'n } > itly ] built milil tliuy now number ovur nix hundiud , not liku the buildings that me usually seen in frontier towns slabiltlcil strtic lures that aio lustily thrown up but buildings that should be , and lire , the piido of tlio people who occupy them CHVDKON IjTliK COfXTl 8KA.1 of Dawes county , n oounty that is situ ated o\or four thousand foot above the sea le\el It is theiefoto MJIJ djy and an cvcoudingly liu.ilthy oountry. Djiwea county \vm liist organi/cd last Jnnuniy Thi' lir-t meeting of citi/cus wat held nt HinrSlielton's stotc , Ilien being in what U known as "Old Town , " and eominis- Moiid" weic appointed Mi' faholtouviii givmi the nppointmont ot county judge , whieli ollieo lie still letaiim. UU1UO\I1 VAUtMTIKS ThoF K &M V K K , otherwise the C ArX W has made Chadron the di\i sion of both lines That of tliuono gem noith to the "Hills" and also of the one going \\o" " t\vaid. With tins pwpuoH that the town now has of obtaining tlic line of the 15 te M. its railto.id fuinlitKH piomi-u to be the best The latlioad companj has gene to gieal I'Npun&i1 in budding smUblo uecouiniodalions for the traveling public. Over $ lo,0lf ( ) Inne bi-uii I'xpemled in building alaigccommo- dious oatmg lieu o and tlio otlu-r inihoad buildingsucli ns depot , lound houeand stock j arils , ale eeitainly magnificent stiiK'ture-i for a weitein town. KAI'I1 > OliONVllI. The Jli-t town lot \\as ' old tln > lOlli ilav ot last August , and fiom that time till now business ! ImitM'S asull us i evidences lia\o been built M > th.it now mi oa-tein tourist or land H'oken-an seaieplj behove then t'jes when the , ) histv \ \ \ till * city and leain it tige It hus : ahvnyn been the habit ufnewijupenand rn Iroadtime tablet ) to gi\o thruIOXMH moio piaw than is ju-llj dim them , but when .1 town of,500 inhabitmis springup in ' o horl a time , and when elegant buildings me built , as thorn aie hero , the facts should bo placed befoio the people in older that they may icali/o wn.it and wheto lliu place is. I'KOMINI.NT UUsINHSS HOl'SKS 1 cannot do justice to the town without naming some of the leading busine lit int. Below is gien a list of those moat motmiii'iit' Tall A ; Snurgur of the "Elklioin law , land mid collection office , " aio the lead ing attoineys ot the town besides doing the largest business in the hind otllee. Mi.T. II. Fall is fiom Washington , I ) . C and has latel > shown his jioimlarily by being i-Jeeted county judge , Mr Siurgut i * fiom Ohio and is a man of rare ability. Kelmnlsl5ios.iV Biown ate the lead ing bunkers in the city and weio the lirst totart up here in the business. They represent a capital of nearly a quarter of a million dollars. Mr. U. F , Kiehards was elected county treasmur last Novem ber. ber.J. . Hass & Co. , leaders in hardware , cairy the largest stock of any fit in in the " city. Theii stock of luudware , stoves and tinware is valued at $10,000. Mr. Kass eame to this place from Deadwood. 1) T. The linn is also represented by Mr. F. Poll. Poll.Bin rShclton , more familiarly known as "Judge Shelton , " is the leading merchant of the town , and was also the iifsl. lie were freighted tiom that place , adistance of over 100 miles. Mi" Shelton now owns and operates a line biiek Htoro , in winch is oariied over $35,000 worth of goods His force con siats of fho .salesmen He is alno vice- president of the Chadion bank and liolds the high ollice of county judgo. Ho will soon ojPii a wholesale ilr.j goods stoic on Kagan shout. C. II. King As Co. aio well known a& the leading grocery linn doing business hero and has gone to gie.it expense in build ing u liropiool vault mulct gioiind in vvhicl : it , cat lied over 1J1.OI)0 , ) woith of groceiieh. Their Mock is valued at if.fi.'i- (100 ( and they also e.irry a heavy htock at Bullalo Gap , Dakota. Mr C H. King is trom Cliir.igo and is a man of biipenor inmuhantilo ability and well known throughout tlio noilhwest. Waller iViJwvman lead the trade in the drug business and slatted the lirst drug store in the euiinty. They carry in stock OUT six llioiisand dollars' vvoith of goods mid have a duplicate of slock in alii e- pi oofault Ir Waller has lately built the lineit tesidunce in the northwest , Hie coit of v\ Inch exceeds $1,000. , Waller te Orchaut arc the most succe aful phy i- eians in practice in the city Koies As.Soder aio at the head in tlio confectionery and uig.tr business and carry a line stock of goods Thej alco keep for sale all the papers and leading peiiodicals of the day. Tlio Chapin house is owned and con ducted by Mr. G. 1) ) . Chapin , and is in deed a lirst class hotel. Mr. Chapin is the pioneer hotelkceper of the county , us he came here and blurted a hotel befoiu the new town of Chadron was platted Mr C II Tieat , who is very prominent at ids homo in Chicago , as well as the leading man of the northwest ( being general contractor lor the C. &N. W. ) lias his largo supply house hero. Ills business here is conducted by Mr Lane , of Chicago , I ) , J. Daunt ) , n young man of energy and integrity , has ehargo of the meicantile depaitmeiit m the supply fetoro. Chadion also lias a wholesaio cigar house ami several oilier jobbing storos. The Chadion Democrat and the Dawes County Journal aio two well supported impels published heie. The Journal was first i.s ned a year ago la-t November at Old Town before such u booming city as Chadron was thought ot. The Deniocint has now been running four months ami Is u lliot clasR paper in every io nect The editor , Mr. Itodert Lucus , is also a lawyer and has u good practice in the city. In the way of amusements Phadron now has , a vaiiety thcatio miming mid also aline teller rink. A KIM : cuuiicn. The good cause of icligion lias not been idle , and its workers have erected u line church edifice at a coat of nearly 12,000. , The church is being used jointly by both the Methodists ami Congrega- tlonalUts , but the fouuer society will build a chinch of its own in the near fu ture. Tito Masonic older Imvo built a largo liall. and u bociety of Odd Fellows or * ganucd. wiivrcHAunoK ivn.t m : . With the rich , fertile lands , perhaps a.s line farming lands as to bo found in the state , that nhonnd in the surrounding country , und with the vrlde-uwuko busH ness men , wlio tire nlircto every Interos tending to make Oliadron n modern city , find with the prospect ( besides being n junction ) , of more lines of inilroad , there is now no doubt as to the permanency of the I own What Cliadroit now needs is several mnmifnctiiiing' establishments , none of which have > et beten built , sueli ns wool en mills , vvapoii nhops , oto. A line - waterpower power could bo obtained about thrco miles west of licr < * on White river , but those , of cour-e , will come with time , mid ere many yefir have passed away people must not lie surpr sod if Chadron tanks iH'tt to Omaha. Wo can only repeal peal the woids of the Cincinnati Com meicial Gazette , awl pronounce the town "a western marvel " Tltn SAO STOIIY. The Mirrowful tale of a ruined and de serted gill in the Bi r. of the 17th , is but one of thousands , and will bo but ono of many o long as people treat such cases as the majoiity of them do to-day. Theme mo l piteous thing is her account of meeting lierdeslro > erand being ashamed to speak to him. It was he who should have been ashunted aiid self condemned to meet her whom he hnd so b.wly wronged His was the lie , the intention al "in , liis was almost the v\ hole guilt and whj honld she bear the whole pun- ishmentv Wo do not need to lower our standard of purity , but wo do not need to apply it to man as well as woman. Too many people lead the seventh command ment as though it vxerc followeit by Oh , woman. A laleli published book entitled Helen Hallow's Vow gi\es the story of a be trayed gill who lose above the weight of disgrace and made herself icspeeted in spite of her misfoiluno. "The weakness , the lolly of ti u-ting , " said she , "is mine , and I accept the Miu'oiing that it natmal- * " * No fiiends. I 1bung - , no , meditated no wtong , for I meditated not at all 1 only loved nay , worshipped an idol ; and how could I worship and tuippojp that the worshipped ono would counsel me wrong" Theiefoio , Isay , the folly , the weakness , of n child ( I was but a child ) wine mine ; but the sin belongs lo another and I never will accept it. " That ispieei-eh the position oveiy w r ( nged woman Mioiild take , and boeiety should assist her in laying the sin at the door of him to whom it belongs Small would be the temptation to a young man TO bolt a > a trusting gnl if ho know he must sillier equally with her , if lie knew that henceforth n spcclahlo men and wo men would refuse loiecogni/e him , would draw away at his appionch ns though fearing contamination , would reluso to employ him even m the most menial of positions , and would lose no op- mn Utility to speak ill of him. No young man would baiter away all his future hopes in that way , nor would any girl if she knew lli.it would be the con- sequence. But too many of ourgrlsaie ill-msti noted 01 not instructed at all on thia subject , and their vcrv innocence and tiutli ot heart makes them the mon ; reinly prey to the tlestio.\er. Tins picture of the woman's punish ment is not too strong. Many ot llio.se poor gills aio luallj good and pine at heart , and would gliidh rise again. would do any honest woik to maintain thonisclx es.b'nl , except r.trelj , ladies , and some of Ihe followers of One w ho said , "Lot him that is without sin easl the iirat .stone , " tliaw buck their gaimenls and p.v-s on the other side. Thejr poor sister in too vile even tosciubin their kitchens , and so , refusing her hon orable labor , Ihoy lea\c her onlj tlio choice between am and starvation. And some , m dcspitir , have taken tlicir own lives lo escape the Uornblo life. There are some noble- exceptions to this rule , but many of our ladies are well desciibcd by the Itev. Sam-Jones when he savs that some women goto perdition because they are afraid of overstepping the bounds of pioptioiy. That woman must jiossess : i small amount of viituo vylio is afraid of injuring hersclt by ministeiing to the wants of a helpless , hufl'enng bisler. They forget , perhaps , that Chiist accept ed and icwarded homage f'om one of tlio lowest of the e women. One would think that an exception to cruelty might be made in the case of one niolheiless fiom childhood , butilf > coms it is not > o. In the name of heaven , let us not appropiiato so much mercy and chanty to om own case- , that theio wjll be none left for this class of sinners. And let us go farther , ami when , wo have the power give mateiial aid , aiid by our 100- ognition ami eneouiageuient set upon their fuel again all whoso dcsue. It will not huit our own ieputations _ , if wo have any , and who can estimate the gain lo humanity ? And , above all , let us iefu e to recognize the wretch who betrays , whatever , his social position , and betore long these sail stones ol w oe will cease C B. _ He AV n tlio Kiftli. Detioit Free Press : A Michigan avoiuio grocer whoso family occupy looms over the stoio was fumigating some bedding the other day in a vacant room , and alter a time tlio smoke began tn pour out of a broken pane which lie had ov 01 looked A pedestrian s.iw the smoke and did not doubt , th it the place was on file. It was a good chance to omiii'ito the nonchalance of Maik Twain. and ho suppressed his desiio to yell and turn in analaun and entered the Atoie , look a cliair by the stove and calml.v ru marked- "Quite a change in the weather * " "Vos. " ' 'Don't look so much like an open winter tor as it did ? " "No. " "Trade pretty good V" "Well , tolerably fair. " "This would be a bad morning to burn OlllV" "It would that " " 1 .supposejou aio insured' " "Not fully , but bhall bo to-moriow. " "I'm sorry that jou delayed ho long , lor I came in to tell 3011 that i our whole up stalls has been on lire these last ten minute ute- ! " ute"Ve. . = , thank JOH. Willie ! " "i'es , .sir , " icspwnded the clcik "Make anolhui maik on the ihccsc Jio\ " This is the Jjfth man who has came in with the haiHt | old guy this morning , und 1 expect at least half ado/en moio. " ' 'lint I tell vuu 1 haw smoke pom ing from the winjyw1" piote lul the htrmi ger. i "IXaetly t < ( I her pour. I'm fiimigal injr Next1"t t When tlio sUmvger ontcted the Moio ho was .six feet lull.Vlien \ ho came out he had lost live iieln | , and was still sliilnk ing , and biieli n liok | us he can led on his face would Uuvo tiightened u hilihing Tlio Good tlil Nnino of Slililli. The Lyndiburg , Viigima defends Hie name of Smith tputly. lt.sav.s ; "Virginia was founded b > a Smith Tweet her governois have been Smiths , and one of them wasgoveinoi twice , ' Ono of the signers of the Decimation of Independence was a .Smith. ' ' Thoio have been nine Smiths in the senate of the United States "A Smith was appointed to the supreme bench of the United States , "A Smith was tlio lirst attorney general - oral of the United States , then secretary of the navy , and ufterwuid secretary of state. "Kight ofM confederate generals weio Smiths. "Smith is ono of the most illustrious names in Kngland. and Scotland fur nished Adam Smith , the great political economist. So there is no discount on the Smiths. " Htr ch grows sticky , and common pow ders nave a vulgar glare. 1'ononra is the only I'owdcr lit for uso. OUB FIRST CHRISTMAS IN THE AROTIO. [ BY LIEUT A AV UliU.LV. U 3 A. ] The winter solstice , although marking our shortest day technically , was b.v no means Iho darkest at Fort Conger For a poition of Ihe day the air was tilled with falling spiouhv of fio-t , which was not suulelentto pievcnt a view of the stars Tlio outlines of Proteus Point , four fifths of n mile distant , could be < een My journal ays , December 21st , 1831 "Wo have long looked foiwaid lo the coming of this day , and its advent is a source of blessing and relief to me It le moves all fe.ir that the winter may not pass safely and comfortably , and so lightens mj heart and mind most nrtto- rially The blessings of continual health and exemption fiom serious accidents , except in Gardiner's case , should cause fccllng-i of gratitude to pi'lng up In our hem Is towards that Divine Providence which has us all in His keeping The sun. to night turns northwaidjn its course , and in n few days dai kncss will give place to retmning day , which , us with many oilier blc mgs hue never been fully nnpru * cialed until it took llight " It appeared surprising that the mcio fact of tlic , sun having commenced its noilhward journey should have such n marked etlecl on the spnit.s of the men as was visible in the days immediately fol lowing. It was Iho most stiikmg illus ( ration of the many instances in connec tlon witli our Aictic expoiieiicos as lo the poweiful influence exercised over the physical conditions of the body by the ex isting mental conditions. The holstico past , the attention of the expedition was diawn to other consider- aliens incident , to the season , the mosl Important of which weie Ihe pieparations for the piopcr eclcbialion ol the Christ mas holidays. It was forlunalo tlt.it the picpaiation for Clnislnias entailed cer tuin wotkmid physical excition on the part of some of the pally , as Sergeant Braiuaid , who had \stematically kept the men nt usual labor , completed the last steady outdoor woik on the 'JJd , when the ollieois' ' ipiaitcis were completely banked up with snow This labor , with the oidin.iry loiilino , sutHeed lo keep the men fiom brooding too much over the coming and nastChristma-es , and vet kept llieii minds healthfully on the pleasiiies of Ihe holidays. The preparation of the ChrKlmas dinner nor was commenced scveial days in ad vance , as fiom its extensive character much extia labor was entailed upon Fied- enck , who was the extra cook. Unfor tunately lie binned his aim quite badly on the iJ ! l , but , dispilo Ins condition , ic- cpjusted that ho bo pci milted to complete his tour of duty Long , who was con- bideied the especial cook ol the pinty. with Ids customaiy choeifulne-s. assisled Frederick in the preparation ol Ihis im- poitanl meal. The eapaeily of our cxccllenl cooking i.inge , with its huge ovens and hot water boilers , was thoiouglily te-teil on Clnist- mns day. "When Fiederiek , the cook , had planned out a place for cooking the many dishes for the great dinner , lie was tin own into a stale of disniav on learn ing thai plum pudding had been added to the list , lie came to me , s.iyingthat he did not see how ho cook llus dish , as his lange was taxed toils utmost , mid lie was much relieved to learn that Mrs. ( iiee.lyh.ul .sent a case ot pudding as a Chiistmas mcsont for the cxpediton. Tlic quarlcis thoroughly c caned , Sergeants - geants Biainaul and Kice look upon themselves Ihe task of claboiiitely deco- lating the quarters with hiieh Hags , gui dons , and other m tides as could bo used in draping and ornamenting. I re- fiaincd fiom visiting Hie men's loom , un til on Chiistmas eve I was notified that my piescnce was dcsiied , and on _ enter ing I was greatly delighted with the changed appealaneo of the general quar leis. The loomlowstudded , and painted had never piesenled a cliceiful aspect cen in our days of sunlight , und during Iho winter season the accumulation ot soot fiom the soft coal binned in the quai- lor.s had given it an air of gloom and daiknuss , which was largely enhanced thiough the subllo influence of associa tion by the monotony of the long days p.is-ed within it. The room was now well lighted , and with its olaboiato trim mings < rave a gay and lively appearance not unliKc that presented by army quar- leiin the far west on like occasions. I made a fowieinaiks suitable to the le-tival we were to celebrate , and with icfeience to our peculiar .situation , apait ftoni and yet a part of the great civ ili/.ed wet Id. T had assigned to Sergeant RSee jho grateful task ol distiibuling Ihe Cluisl- mas gifts , and ho ncrfoi mod Ids duty with pleasant and well leecived lemaiks be lilting the gift and the poison leceiving it. Wo had neglected to piovido our selves with a Chiistmas tieo , and our now country aDorded not cv en the sem blance , of a shrub , the laigcst plant the ciecping Aictio willow being about a foot long and not over an inch above Iho uiface of the giouiid. In consequence , the gills weie spicad out on om laigest table. The thoughtful consideration of a few fiiendsaiid well-wishers of the expedition , sonio of whom wcio personally unknown to any of us , had icsultcd in the donation of inanyai tides both valuable and useful Every ofliccr and man icceived a package addica-od to him peispnally , and some woie sent for di tnbutjon at thediscic lion of the commiinding ollicer The idea was a mosl happy ono , and il would have done the geneioiis donor much good could limy Imyo known how much pleasure their gifts made in the heails of men who received them A number of tlio men , who had lived lives mai Ked by ncgieot and iudillci ence on the jiart of the world , vveio touched oven 10 tears , although they strove man like , to conceal them The commanding ollieer received n fan not needed for Arctic Use and Lieutenant KMingbuiy a small dog , which excited the moie amusement when he tinned awav tin ridicule by calling out , "Oh , Silnieidei , don't you want to buy a dog * ' Poor Schneider did not hear tlio last of it foi Fovcial days. The pio-pciity of the joke lay in the fact that Schneider had for many weeks devoted hir > spare time and attention to the nucccssful laislngot our Arctio puppies. These gifts woroMippll mentcil by a number from.llio command ing ollieer , which were distiibuted by lot , some of value and othern of an amusing character A plentiful Miwily of egg nogg , and theiemoval of UioieMrk'tlon as to the hour of retiiing , made Iho oven inn a deliglitlul one , and long alter the hablialh and Chiistmas came together the quarters ic oundcd to hymns , chants , ( i.irols , and sentimental t-ong , < i ( liristmas moining came clear and cold , with a Icmpe.aliiio of fiee/.ing mercurv , which moderated later in the day. The calm air , uusliired with wind , made cxereiba tolerable , and all Bought the harbor lion for a long walk , in hopes of a marvellous appetite. At 10 ii , m , the i'aiiltnt * lor Clnistmns vvuiti icad to which 1 added as aiKi ] | ) piiato the second selection , eon-isting of Iho UJUtU and HOth Pn.ilnib ThU lead ing was bupi > Ieniented by the singing of a nynm and the doxology , led oll'by Lieu- tenanl Kislingbuiy. 1 leineniber no ' tr- vice in till our Arctic expoiienco wludi .so affected and impressed tlio men , unless it was that at our liiat burial in the winter , at Sabine. Our thought * and tendercst feelings could not go but to those we had left beliind , with doubts mid fern-as to whether it fared well or ill with them , never distuisling but their he.iitsweie with iii > in our Arctic Christinas , Chiistmas falling on Sunday , no amusements of any kind word-attempted , but every ono waited with interest , and a certain iiupatluucc , fur tlic ditiiifr , which CI-32T-fik.FES2PljA.C23 k. TO IS One of the Best and Lttryosl Slooka hi the U.S. to Select from. No Stairs to Climb , Elegant Passenger Elevator M , BURKE & SONS , LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS , OKO. liritKH , Manner , UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB. nrrr.nnNTr.9 : vtprclifttita Mia runners' lUnX , David City , Noli. ; Konrnpy Nntlantl nntik.Kotc nry.Ni'b. : Colunilius Sinio llniil , Columbus , Neb : McDonald's Haul : , Nuitli 1'lutto , Neb. NnuotiRl Hunk , Uimilin , Nob. Will pny cubtouii'is' ilmfl with bill of tiding Mtocliod. for two-tlitnM vnluo ot stook. as a elaborate as our stores would per nut The menu tor the dinner was as follow < Mock im lie soup , s.ilmoii , fiieab oed guillemot , spiced niitsk o\ tongue , crab salad , loubt beef , eider-ducks , tenderloin of musk ov , potatoes , a'p.iragUM. green corn , green peaa.cocoanut-iiie , jelly take , nliim-puddiiig with wine-sauce , M'voial kinds of icecream , grapes , chomc.s , pine-apples , dated , tigs , nuts , candies , eollee , chpcohite Kggnog was served to tlio p.uly in moderate quantities , and an oxlr.i allowaneo ol rum was also issued in celebi.itionpf the day. The candies , plum-midding , and cigars weie the mosl appreciated , not only tor the salisfaetion they allbided the taste , but as being gilts fiom thouglilfut fiiends The cigars came from an army l.ulv who knew liio weakness of the rank ami hie for the consoling weed , and the eandies weio fiom u leading confectioner of Now Yoik Citv On the liOth Hie men weio busy in tlio prepai.ition for u v.inety .show , which was set for th.it evening , as Chiistmas had fallen on Suml-iy The Llmo-.luiee Club announced that they would per ionn at the Dutch Nland Opera House for one night only , and that dog-clnuiots could be ordeied at 10 ) ) in The ad- missionfeo twas in lobaceo , the curient com ol Oiinnell Lund The lirst act was n representation of an Indian council , which ended with a war- dance. Nine of the n.uly paiticipated in this scene , wh eli was adnm.ibly ren dered. Most ol the actors had H-ived in the far west , and some had spent months continuously in Indian camps , and so were thoioughly l.milliar willi tlio parts they poilrayed. 1 doubt very much il a moie icalistic lepre entalion of the wild icd-man was ever presented in the Aiclio Cnclc , if elsewlieii' A female impel Donation followed , by Schneider , vveich allotded amusement for Ihe paity , but paiticuhulv so to the Eskimos. Schneider had jirqvided him- tcll at the Gieenland ports with the en tire costume of the Eskimo belle , and _ being - ing u small man was able to .squeeze him self into the garments. As lie appeared on the scene with his elaborate mako-ui ) and closely-shaven lace , one was struck by the excellent resemblance to the Innuit belles whom we had seen in lower latitudes. In his aunoot , or woman's hood , he brought the largest ot his chinges , one of the GiinneFI Land pup- pics , who was nearly frightened to death by tlie applause vyhich greeted his lirst adv'cnt into polite society. Excellent comic s-ongs by Henry were followed by equally amusing imitations of a well- known military character by Connell. The entire parly wore pi enured for a delightful and interesting literary tieat from Sergeant Jewell , who announced that he would give n select reading. It pioved to be a well-ieccived jest , which ended the entertainment for the evening. Jewell cnteied , and , after elaborately ai- ranging and opening u l.ugo volume , cm chilly hung up an aneroid baiometer and made a special leading of it for the meteorological information of the party. n 1 n -wrm DOUBLE THICK BALL. Two Years TEST. The "CASDBB" ItcrBurn Co. ghe obcttcrllob. tier tuna cin be obtuliieU eltoMlicro for the euina aioney , nlth tlicir crcnt ImprovctQcnt of tha DOimi.K 'IIIICK IIAI.L. Olio eitra Ihlcknrag ol rubbertiibtuudcr thuUtadgives DUUIILK UKAU. Asl : to see tbo "CA > DiE' PouMo Thick Ball [ lubbers In lioota , Arctics , OTcrshocs , AUskai , < tc. A Common Sense Idea. ( JKNKltAL AOKNT , 1012 DOUGLAS STHKHT Oiiulia , 13 UNFAILINO JlID liolJsm , Oi-f mKitlnp , Bcmluul Impotcncy , JypUUls , btrofula , and all Nervous and Dlood Diseases. - , orwlm require unmo tonle , appetizer or etltnuluut , bamarUan proclaim It tlie most I wonderful Jtnlgor- aut that ever BUS- tallied a uliil.lnKS ) tr ( NERVE ) two. tjl.60 lit Drug- IUI DR. 8. A. RICaUO.\B \ AIRU.M WMMNF , ST. JOSEPH , BIO. CorrcipouJruce f reel ) uiiawtrcj \ > ? ri > ysldin > . I'ot tcttitnoolil ) anil circulars send ttatap. j } SALli J Y C. 1 < \ GOODMAN. iiv ISioyal Havana Lottery ( A OOM.IISMEST INbTITLIlON ) Drawn at Havana , Cuba , Januuy 2-10-30. 1086 ( A (1O ( * . IINM1.MT I.S-.ir I'TUlM Tiikcts In t'lttbi , Wholes 50 ; Fmctlons pro rntn. Hubjoct to no mmilpulntlou , not controlliMl by thu p irhiM In Intoicst. it Is the Inlrist tliliif la tlio nut nro of clninco In I'-xMi'iuc. lortiol.iuupiil > toSllll'SV A.OO. l lillroftd. wn > , N. V City , M. ( H'l'l-'Na A. CO. , I.IH Jtnla l < rmi , KntisHs Cilj , Mo , or 1WW I niimm slroot , uuiliu. ' WHO 19 UMCO/AINTCD / WITH THE CtOQR PHY OP THII Y wu L tee BY EXAMINING IHK WAP THAT THI CHICAGO.ROCXISLANDSPACIHCRAILWAV The Great Rock Island Route The Famous Albert Lea Route Is ( he direct and fararlU line b t * > rn ChlcoKfand Minneapolis and Ht 1'aul , lirri > conntrtlniiKareniadn In llnlun Depon for nil polnln In the TrrrltmlM and Ilrltluli I'rovlnrei. O < cr thll loiitt Flit Lxpnus Tralm are rim to the watering pt r f. numniir ro- > urU. pIcturesQua Ivcallilei , unil bimtlnir and flililnir KlomidHor Iowa and tllunoi-ota. It U aluu Ilia nioni ilr5hill rout to thi , ilrll wheat Itelils and pnstoral Unix of InUrlor Dakuta Htlll anothir llllIFCr UVK TlaStnrcaanilKan. kakro , lian hMn opriixl betnren I IIKlnnntl , Indian * niiollsand LaFairpttp , anil Cnnncll Iilnrri. K nn CUr , Ullin apoll anl ( Ht I'anl and Intel inndlato points fur detailed Information sen I1ul > nnd Folderf , oMnlnatile. as well a > tlrlints , at all pilnclpal llckrl Olllcei la ill * United UUtti and CanaUu , or bj ad- R. R. CABLE , E. ST. JOHN , rreVt 4. Geii'l M a'r , Ouirl T'kt a ran. At't , Hallway Time Table O.MAIIA. Tno following Is tlio tiiniof mnvnl nn J do- parliuool traina by. Out ml Stiuidiud time nt t HI local dopott. Trnliibiif Iho O , . St. I1. , M. Se O. nrrlvo and dopmt from thcli depot , corner ot lull und Wohhtor HtiootR ; trains on thu 11 k M , C. , II. i. Q , nnd 1C. ft , SI. J. i. C. 11. from the It. A M. depot ; nil olhord liotn the Union Pacllio dc" ° 1' nuinoK TIIAINS. Ilrlilfro trnliH utd leave I . I' , depot at (1:33 ( : Il7riH.IKJH.10 : * M II in 00-11:00 n. in. ; 1 UO 1 Ml.r > 0-l ! ! ! :00 : .1.00 4.0Q-S UO-5 : . JUl5 : - flIO-Tno-ll10i. : ; | m. I.envotrnimli i lor OiiinUn a 7:1RH.ir ! > 0W : -MIJ I ) lU:3i : IU ,17 11 : . , u. m. ; 1'J 1 : U - if : > 7lUa : J.'i7 lJ7 D4OiuO 7.-0 7:5U- : 11:5. p.m. Arilvnl nnd doinittiiio of tinins fiom the timu-fui dojiot nl Council I" " IILI'AHI. CIIIOAOO t. VOIlTIIHf VnillN , 0-ir > A.M Mull mid 7.00 p. M U 40 P. M Accniiitiiodnliou 4KJp. : M O.JJ p. ii 9:15 : A.M LIIICAOO & HOIK i 9lli : A.M . . .Mall und Kxpioss , . 7fO : p. M 7I1 . . Acconunodiitioit ; A.M ' ' ' 6.1.0 p. M . 0'l5A'M : CHICAGO , tlII.WAUKli.i- I'AUI. . 8:10 A. M . . .Mull and llxpicss . . . 7:00 p , f 5,40 p. M. . . . KxpicJe . . Oil5 A. M UIIOAUO , mllll.lMUItS t l , Ii 11 A. M Mill ! and IJxpioss fl.tlO p. if 6:10 : r. M . KvpiiiH 0:15 : n. ji W Ml ASH , hi I.ODH A PATIHC. n.K p , M Local , bt. UiuU l.xmoxb Looiil 7 ml' M 'liHiinluiSt I.ouls lIv.TiiuiskT Bcpiirt "riOirillWAIII ) . p M iiib5omii ] > AriPurAIM. pM , lU.UQa Dny ( ' ' " " HilSb i 'it i\pn-iii : ! . . . , . /.l"iiVisi ' : I K. (3. ( , hT , J. X C. II , i . .Vln ' IllltflllOUlh Dopart. NOIU'WVAIll ) . AtrHo. A.M P.M. I ( ! hi' . 1' . M. X ( TT | A. At. I1. H. a.lWa . . I iiiuvLlI ) Kx | > iess . , O-IUoOalilntid Ai tommoil'ii io.OOo , l > ( | > Mlt. HAhl'VS Altll "A M. P M , c , ii A , o fAT . IJ1wT . ' ri/ ; > Vln I'iniriinotilli. ' U.1I : I BTOCIC YAIIDS TUAIXS Wll | liiiiui I' , 1' , ilrpot , Diiuili.i , ill UilO-8'J3 ; 10 15 10 Mil m. ; : . ' :4ll-.l : W-.l.ilii. m. l.iuBlock } inds fin Oniahii ul 7Vi-IO , : ' > a. in. ! IS 01 > I BJ1:1(1 : ( -S dT li. _ ' < Jp. m NOIKA tuilnvilall ) ; IIdallynxtept Mumluy ; C , dull ) picopt huturduy ; I ) , dull ) uxujpt Mini- FOR Man and Beast Mustang Liniment is alder than most men , and used more and more every year.