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. - - - - - 4 . TF - . rr _ _ _ _ _ ' - - . . * , . ' I 2 - . . HE OMAHA DAILYBEE : MONDAY. SPTEMBER .20. 18s7. ' : - - - . . . REOICIC sTOc1u1At , - . . That City Now has Rallroaa Communlca tion With the M3tropo11s. ' OTHER LIVE NEBRASKA TOWNS. Iiuiy IrnproYomonts In I'rogre PaIrbtiry-UoIttnbu' GettIng Ready to fluilti a $5',000 flrldgo Over the Loup IUycr. ConnretedWlth STOCI1IAfl , Nob. , Sept. 21.-j Corra sponI ( nce ot the liiw..J-'rliu great event hatpened yeMterday. StockIiun Is now connected s1t1i - Omaha , Clikago and other commercial ccii- tots by railroad. 'L'fte track layers caught up ' vIUi the bridge btilli1or et the croiInz of the \Vot Blue at this point yesterday iioon , and had a Iialf-daylay olT. By working late and early the two bridges at this point veio 1. coitiplcted and everything Is moving along ' ; brl8kly. 'Xlie bridge buildera , pile liatiler , tlo haulers and track layers , WgeLIier with camp equlpage , tMnts , l1vln facilities and teani In great numb.rs niake a ecena of nut. . ' iatcd Industry that Is entirely modern. The work In 50 well 'ystematlwd that two inhle of track can be laid In a day. The opening tip of tlil rich country to a connection vltii Omaha will add an important Item to its in- tenor triuh' . And it beilooveM Omaha to been on the ftlert to occupy the held in advance of It .onipoUtoru. The stoCk trade of tiII3Je- inn 18 YCt large and will continue to grow. Otnalia Is tlie Inevitable stock tnRrket of the future. The valley of the Jilue in a great corn and stock country , and ttockiiani is bound to be- . collie one or its niost active trading points. With fair local ratea as coinparui with the long haul rates , It ought to be a rare thing In. deed for this iectton of country to ship Its etock farther east than Omaha , or to buy Its goods beyond the Missodri. Tha great Northwestern - western raiiwaydid a good stroke of business In building its two South l'iatte brauiches this summer. as every unIte built will have a paying local trade frouithe start. Palrliuiry Enterprises. FAII1UUJIY , Neb. , Sept. 24.-Ispocial Cot- respouitlonco of the I3iE.I-1)eep1to the predictions - dictions of the old , foiries Fairbury still continues to boom anti tue price of city prop. erty to advance. Now buildings are con- etantly being erected In all parts of town. Regular trains arc now runnini on the new roads which have just been counplatod. Tue Kansas City & Omaha runs from hem to 8tromsburi antI connects with the Union j'acific. 'l'tio Denver branch of thu Rock Island runs to IlelivIlle and is being extended on westto Doiiver. Tim roundiiouso and new depot of tim St. Joe & Grand Isiand and the Kansas City & Omaha are nnarly built. Carpenter and Gage , of the Jefferson county nur8ery , Ire building a brick storage house SOxtOO ( cot , with basement tinder the whole building. This llruii took Iirdt premium for fruit and ornamental trees and shrubbery at the state fair the oilier day. They are now organizing a seed farm and will no doubt eucceed in that an in the nursery nosiness. The Mia Continent nursery company is another - other organizatioa of which Fairbury is proud. 'rho company lowe coniunenced to put up buildings on a block of ground'reoently bouitlit for delivery and packing purposot A telephone line Is being built from Fair- bury to Bower to connect the nurseries with the city. Nine utuiles are to be put up. A olanlng mill is to be built soon by Mr. OrHon Graham , recently from PennsylvanIa. The county Jail having become too sinnii to accommodate tue boarders , the citlztuns are petitioning tutu county commissioners to subunit - unit a proposition to the voters at the next election to build a $10,000 jail. A petition is aiso being circulated to submit at the same time a proposition to buy land for a poor farm. Candidates for the various county olilces are lIentifui. ) Tue brick yards are doing a riushiuc 1)1151- ness anti have no trouble to dispoo of their product. flie county fair commences the 27th. with PrOslWCtS of rcat Nearly nil tile JlPasure ) seekers and inoun- tam climbers have returned. .To Iluild a Now tJOLVM1IUb , Neb. , Sept. 24.-Correspond- once of the llEi.l-ColunuDus again enters the pooi of agitation , and her citizens are de- termnined not to be laggards in time march of Improvements. Thu frequent oceurrance of losing thin bridizo across the Loop Fork has caused a constant draft upon the pockets of the merchants , and aldeputatlon ofthe bildgo funil to the very minimum , to the detriment of other bridees. utemoralizing trade , anti rendering uncertain travel to the county beat. it has heeui resolved to construct a porma- font bridge over time Loop at this point at a cast of forty-live or lifty thousand tiohiars , time city of Cotunibus voting $30,000 , u'id time township 810,000. A large anuount of trade will return wluoii a pernianent brittgu shall be built. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. ( leason were thrown out of their Iniggy yesterday hear the mu- road lepot. 'l'iie buggy was comniletely overturned - turned , the too being detached train the wheels anti the horse dragginr Mr. Gleason 501110 disiancu' , but was caught by lion. ( eorgoV. . liowmuan. 'Ilue occupants of the buggy were lighitiy shocked and bruised. tiuore Jenkinson was arrested to-day on tim clarite of offering at the First National bank a forged check for $75 purporting to have been drawn by V. Mackin , of thIs city. 'Lhis same muaui was arrested somuje time since ciiareed with setting fire to tue Clothier house , bus was dtscharuc'd. ' PIItICM anti I'rozrcas. AINSWOIITII , Nob. , bept.Spocial ( to the Bnic4-Thme doumiocratic county conven- ilon was held In Atnaworthi yesterday afternoon - noon and twenty-six delegates were Ifl8eflt frountiuc diuTerent votimi precincts. C. 11. Bane was ; noniinated temporary chairman anti W. I ) . MeCord temuporarysecrotary. Thu regular nominee. who was supposed to be a candidate for county ckrk , wlthilrev his namito , and as no one dtslred to run ag.tluist 80 strong a moaui as the republicans nomnina- ted br io-eltction. C. E. lloyd. it was proposed - posed to heave the ollicu vnc4imt , thus virtually gIving it to the repubiicsii. Fiiiahiy , however - over , as it 'as evident souubotiy must be slau&.tuiered. the nauntu of Reese Mayes 'uvas ) anti lie us miummuimouted. rumeu uiomiminee for trt'asiirur was 0. J. Moseley. ot Ainswortii : clerk of time distrIct court , Arthur Seatlergooti , of , Johuistown surveyor , IOVlSVarremi , of ( 'iartield ; sheriuf , Frnmiic Good. of Newport ; county jiitige. ir. Plmiiiipps , of Brlukurliohi lreiu1ct : school auperimiteuitlrnt , John Ntmgen t , of Bassett. Almuswortmu vuts chosen as the place for hiohd- lug the hext county coo ventlomi , and 0. 11. IIaIie mnruiu PerIllaulemIt chairman aunt .V. . 1) . McCorul periulamuent secretary. rlie now brick yard ts in a ilourlshiinu con. dition. anti soomu there vhut te ) about 1X1.OJO ( ( Prick burned , and ( if a good quality. 1'luo time of building anti ilnisumimig tue ctnut house has beeui extended and 11w brick wilt be ready. Quitoa nuimubur at now dwellings imuivo been erected anti additions nod imuprovemnenla utatle in dwehhimugs of late. 'l'lie streets are now uuideruolni a thorough working and walks laid new and extended. 'the town presented quite a imohoiny appearanci' last week when time Brown County fair and the soitliers' reummion of the Northwest Nebraska district of the Granti Army of the Republic met aV the same tinie anti almost on the samoa grounds. 'l'lie place was literally tilled with yisttors. 1)espite tue luiuiti cry about short crops. and the fact that the droutlu hurt the grain amiut corn , yet there will be enough corn In this sectIon , besides the other goii cml Imecossttie of tue farmu to pull tiirougii nil right niuti the farmers are not so destitute ci crojts as ninny have been led to suppose. Cattle antI hogs are briumgimi good prIces. CIirry County I l'ind I eamis. VAl.iNT1NO , Nob. , Sept. 25.-ISIcciat Tel- egrato to thu lJm.J.-.I'tio : : reoublican county convention ituet atunIuy evening. The fol lowiiiu ticket was nominated : 0. l. Fisher clerIc ; C. A , ltty. troasurerl Jiumies Comunohl , shunt ! ; lr. A. Lewis. judge ; I. C. Sparks sUlsuviIuteuident of public instruction ; 11. 1. ) iloisciow , sttrveyor ii , E. luwev cumnnils siomitiG Ii'nnis laiy , coroner. luieiate te judicial convoimtion-U. 11. Cotnehl. 1)ummnh Jaly. C. A.Jolunson. I'o btatu conyention- ( leorgo i. Fisher , L. 1. . Javis , U. W. Will son. _ _ _ Ituhbsries at Ntutiraskii City. : Nruiitasi. City , Nell. , 5C1)t. 2.-Specia i'ulvitranu to the Uri.I-A umbet of rob ) eres have been tQttartett to ( lie pohiu las ' c- " - h - .t . : L. _ night and to-day. W. F. N , Rouser , a banker , had lila pockets picked last iiight at the opera hiouso of a considerable ainoudt of milofley and valbablo papers. A stranger was also robbed In a house of iil.ramne of his watch Mid some money. No clue or arrests yet. _ _ _ of ? to time 0. A. II. InoMnpment. ArnmunN. Neb. , 1301)1. 23.-ISpecini 'reje- gram to the BEE.I-The following persons heft at 2aO : p. in. to-day for the U. A. It. reunion at lIt. J.otmis : U. B. Beverldge , 11. \v. ut. S. J. i'ieckuiny George Carting- ton , hi. Furlong. LerMckenufey. Sentence Itominced. ANAMOSA , In . , Sept. 25.-jvorrespondenco to the BEO.J-Somno time ago a boy by Inc uiiiiio : of Charles i'urney , homnoless , friend- less. defenseless , and almost feelIng tue very pangs of starvation , was captured in the woods of Jackson county , anti almost mobbed for the crime of larceny. lie was rescued from his inliunian captors and tried for burglary anul larcumiynnd sentenced to seventeen - teen anti a halt years in the ponnitontiary at this liaCC. The articles stolen by the young lean were those necessary to tIme austalning of Iife-aometuuing to oat and something with which to make a bed in the woods. Alt of these goods combined were valued at $55 , but the cunning lawyers made a devision of each depredation aiheged to kayo been commituid , and fourtQen counts were put In the indict- mnetm& against him. lie was tried without witnesses. without defense amid did not even see tim jury that convicted him , and did not know where lila trial was In progress. By time aid of contribation the boy'a poor mother , by the help of people in Jackson county secured an examination of the legal- itv of the former trIal , ii coming ott at this pince last Thursday , and resulting in tue boy being returned to puison for fifteen years. A MOUNt ) MuVlMkNT. The Government to Proacrve These Ancient Works. WAs1uI.ioTor , Sept. 25.-ISoecial to the Bn..l-'ruie government has actively untiertakon a work that Is of the utmost interest and consequence to ovary American who is interested in American arclmieoiogy and history. This is the purchase ot the most extensive , noted and valuable of tue ancient nmounds , eartliworks and fortlt'ica tiOtI8 found on this continent. 'iiiese mounds arc located in Ross , highland and Atiams counties , Ohio , and are the best preserved - served ancient works to be found etst of the Rocky mountains. Of theirpecuiiar chamac. tc1 , they are the miiost extensIve in the world. The government is being spurred to greater activity In Its dcsiro to control anu preserve thuesmu splendid old works of unknown origin , by two causes. One is that in many cases the mmiouqds , earth and , stone works and forliuleatious of various aesignsaro suffering sadmy by reason of tue cuitivation of time country In whIch they are situated. Many Important imiounds Have beeti Plowed down and many of the wails enchosing ancionL towns have been ahunostleveied to theground , In whole or In part. In some Instances the natural wear amid tear of rain and storum or frost anC snow anti ice , and many thaws. has done an Irreparable aniount of nuischluf The work of preservation cannot longer be tie- layed by the goveriinnnt. Tue second reason for energetic action is a rivalry in this work between the scientists of time Peabody mu- 80(011 ( , the Smithsonian institutinn and time United States gcoloelcai survoy. Not long ago tile Peabody museum acquired the fit- inotis Serpent mound , one of the best preserved - served of all of Ohio's ancient works. l'lme musotlmn authorities contemplate time estab- tabhishmueut of a permanent vark in which this rare speciuieii of ancient works svlhl be preserved. ( lovernnient agents are now scattered throughout Ohio unakin stir- veys of tius most important ancient works which are Purchasenbie. and collecting such imotes aTid estimates , charts and maps as wilt be avatiable , not only in determmiining tue character and cost of the work necessary to be donu to enclose and preserve the vorhs , bitt which wili also be available for use in time elaborate relort ) the government now hiss under way relative to time ancient muounils aimd eartlmworks of America. I'rof.Vrlghmt line been mocking valuable surveys in behall of the United States geotoicaI .survey ' [ 'tits is tIme first visit of a scientific corps of the govemnimment to these works. Prof. Wright said that they vere time largest of the kind in hue world , amid were imoted both in the scion- title circles of Europeand in this country. Hitits to People GoIng Abroati. WAuIIIINOTON , Sept.1Spectal to the Bao.J-Thioso who are contain- plating a sea voyuue , whether for pleasure or imroiit , and who have themselves had no practical experience to guide theta in the so- iection of artic1s fit or necessary for use on shmpboard , viii perhaps find time following hints from an oltt traveller of service to timeni. THey syore immmparted to your correspondent - pendent by the captain of one of the White Star steamers , which line hiss time reputation of being otme of time best , if not tue best , ailoat. Referring to the tramis-Atian tic travel tt the present season , he saul : "There hiss been an unprecedont cd rush to Europe tilts summnmner by Americans. It lots been cal- counted that there wore 2OOOD ) Americans over there as toumrist , bat I ant confident that that number yill not include tnem all. Probably otmt of all that number not more than one in a hundred enjoyed their passage over and back. and it is simply because they don't know how to tr.tvel corn- fortably. It was not duo so touch to the vessel in whilclm they performed the voyaac as to their hack of accessories because time large Atlantic steammiers are really niodels of coin- [ art , lighted throughout wiUm the electric light and fitted with elegant saloons , ladies' cabins amid smokIng rootmis on deck. But the mmuajority of PeoPle don't know what to take with them on a sea trip. In tim first place , sliuce to those persons prone to seasickness time deck is time best place. a steamner-cimair is indispensable. They can be imad very reasonably - ably , anti time amnountot coumfortto be derived from tiieiii amply repays the outlay. Then a StmlIty ) of rues should be taken. Iven when It Is hottest on hand it is always cool on tite ocean , anti they vili be fOimmol very accepta- bin. In anticipation of bail weather a water- ilroot should also be taken. Always wear your ottiest citithes Oh shuiphoard , for those you tin s'ear vili be bommna to got soiled. A tight ultilmic cap of woolemi or worsted which vilI imot easliv blow off , and a pair of canvass shoes witim rubber stiles will materialhy assist In ProtitIcImme tue coimufort of the wearer. itumb. her tiies to one's shoes give otto a good grip emi tue deck , besides being waterproof shmntmhii thit docks be wet. A i'air ' of ohil gloves may also be worn with nuivantage. 'l'here never has yet been fnmmnui ally' remedy for seasickness anti time ommiy preventative is staying on simurtu. 1. imave always ri'comnimmoritieil mmuy passengers vimo vere sick to contintmaily keep soiimetiiiimg Oft time stonmacli. 'I'iiat Is to say , after they imavelmati an attack of seasicktiiss it't tiucumi eat sommiethlnir , hmowovtr iittie. A hicht bls- etmit or cracker Is a good timiuig to nibble on. if they ahiow 11113k atoiiiaeius to remain empty at tue ilIuxt attack tiu retching amid straitmtmig viii uecouit 'ery la'.nftmi anti aIft'et their backs so that they will wish titommmsoives any- ytmeru timati on board tin , vessel. if they camm stntltt it , a little bralmdy , a suooiiltmt at a timnti , takemi alter an attack lh1 be it help to them 11 they caml't take brxtnmly let theta have a little water with lime in it. A reclining post- lion is the best , and by all means let theni stay on deck as bug as Possible. While they are sick the less they go below tile batter , and when recovermng let thorn abstain from nil rich foods until the stommiacim is strong enough to retain it. U these little Uiinrs were umoro attended to , or butter known , 1)uOphti would derive a good deal mnore picas- nrc front ocean traveling than thu majority ' do _ _ _ 131m0v lit Maine , F.t1ttINnToN , Me. , Sept' 2.-Snosv full north of here tlmis mnorniar , covering tue toims of tue Old Blue and other imuountalus. - Arresteti as at Iititei Reiti. A neatly dressed man arrived at thu ' l'axtott last Friday and registered as Ed rI. 'rutibot , of Rock Island. lie had no baggage , but was given a room and board , Thu chers of the hotel became : susplctotus of hint yesterday niormilug and hut : immm arrested its a hotel beat. 'Iicti I taken to the jail ho gave his imame as , S1 , Talert. It is not stated upot wimat grounds the suslloions were nased , btmt tim mian protested that .ti ' l'mni : no idea of defrauding thin i1fti. He svlil appear before Judge Irka.thiIs morning. Tuiku Froul Brown's Jamaica Gingurfor t COla ! , tiiarrhwa , etc. ; rcilut lufalilbk , . . . . . , , , -t - - - - County Convention Call. The republican voters of Douglas county arc hereby reqtuestott to elect delegates to a cottilty convemmtion to be held in 11111 Exnosl- lIon building , Oiiialia , oim time first day of ( ) c tober , 1S7 , at 1 o'clock p am. TIme primaries to elect said delegates will be held in this county tinder tim rules and regulations of time county central .omimmmmtttee alit ! in accord- alice with the law governhtig primary dcc- tions. on the thirtieth ( bum ) day of Septemu- ber , 1S7. In each ) of time nine wards iii tile city of Omatma , andln time precinct of South Omnaimmu , the imoils shah be open on said day frouim li o'clock ( noorm ) until 7 o'clock p. ni. lii ttui precimict.s outside or the city of Omaha and Smith Oimmaima precinct , between the hours of 0 and ii o'clock p. in , . on said day. 'l'he said jrimnary election to be held at tim polling places hierelnafter'provittod. in said cottilty convention time precinct of South Onmaima anti each ward in the city of Omnaiua shalt beantitled to okmiitdeiogates. all other prec'ncts in ( lie eoummtv siiail be oimtitied to three delegates each. Said uluiegates or their legitimate representatives as hereinafter - after ProVldct shail immtet in conyotition Its aforesaid for the puriose of electing thirty-two delegates to the state conventiomi , which sheets at Lincoln Oct. a , 1B7. and tue satmrn nummnber ot delegates to the judicial dm- trict convention which mimeats at Omuatia Oct. 17 , 1SS7 , and Place in mmoinination candidates for tue several county oflice in ( lie fohlowinj Order : Sheriff , treasurer , cotmnty judge cleric districicourt , county clerk , register o deeds , superIntendent public Immstrttction , surveyor , coroner , commissioner Third dis- trlct , commissioner Fourth district , comnmnia- abner itifth distrmct , and to transact auch oilier business as mmiiy comae before it. liel- egates and alternates wilt be voted for at the rimnrios in each svard and precinct in the county , and in the absence of any delerate elect from said cotmnty convention his duties shall devoive upoim and be performmied by his correspontiimig alternate ; Dot in the absence of botmm delcato and his corresponding alternate - nate from said convention , timen the rrnnatn- ing niemubers of the delegation present from such ward or precinct shall cast time lull vote of such delegation in said convention. Whereas , 'rhere has been no republican county convention held since the enactment othe law by the iegisiattmro governing pml- mary elections ; 'l'liereforo , 1 , Time republIcan party organ I- zatlon of Jougias county , Nebraska , shall bo governed by and tinder time provisions of an actof time legislature of the stateof Nebraska entitled "An act to protcet elections and conventions of poimtical parties amid pun lab offenses conimmuilted thereat. " Approved March 20 , PiTS , ant publisimeil In time session laws of 1887 , at pages'454 , 455 , 456 antI 457. 2. Timat in addItion to thin provisions of said act , timt following arc' hereby declared to be the rimles and rogtmiatlonaollhu republIcan PartY of Douglas county , Nebraska , to be in force until cimntlmged or mnodluled by the re- tnthllcaim county convention to be hiehul on the 1st day of October , ThST. 3. 'I'tie county central commnlltee actin as a body at a mneotlmmg of said committee , shall have limo exclusive authority to lix tile time and place of holding all county conventions , to designate time tinie and place of holding lImo primary elections In each precinct , ward , or district witimin tim county and detarmino the nummmbcr of deigates to be elected from each precinct , want or district. and shalt manage tue campaign in the interest of to- publican candidates. 4. The republicans of time respective pro. cincto wards ordistrlcts simahi have control of tiieir reslective priniary elections time immemn- bets of tile central comniittee selecting the officers of ( lie primary electomm , 5. The cimairman of the county central corn- mtttce shall call the county convention to order at the time and place provided for in the call of the ronublican central committee and precido until ateumporarychairman Bhail be elected by time comivontion. No person shall be allowed to vote at the primaries unless he is a republican and if ciiaiicnged , able to prove his republicanism to the satisfaction of the Jttd4os. in primaries will be bald in time varIous wards anti precincts at time following ohling places : First ward-l'omy & Segclkes , block 10 near i'achlic. Secoimd ward-N. E. corner 16th and Vll' hinimma. Third ward-Store-room , near 10th and Davcn port. Fourth ' 10th warti-Tiomnpson's buildlmig , and Fainamn. Fifth ward-Engine louse , iGtn and Izard. bixth ward-Barber shop , 27tim amid Lake. Seventh ward-School house , 29th and Woolworth. Eighth ward-No. 2U1 Cuimnin street. Ninth vard-Clmarles Joimusou s store , 29th and Fitrnatn. South Omaha precinct-Old First avard school hoose. Valley precinct-School house. U imion precinct-ltesidence of Itarry 'rumommias. Elkuiomn precinct-Elk city ball , Millard precinct-School imou4e. Vaterioo preclnct-OtUce of CL Johnson. MeArdle procinct-McArdlo school imouse. .Jeilerson Precinct-ltesiUenco It. C 'rumflmile. % Vest Omaha prccinct-htostdenco Dewitt bade. Florence prcelnct-Rosidoncc John Simap- son. son.Chicairo precinct-Office 11. A. Nolte , Elkhorn - horn City. Dougias precinctSciuool house. By order of the ltejutiiican County Central ( Jomuumitte , Wm. F. Br.cimEr , . Chairman , w. F. Uuimr.EY. Secretary. Clubbed at Kessler's. Tim usuaL rumpus occurred at Koss- icr's hail last ovenmng. Toni Mclouahtt had some words with the door keeper , Chancy , Kessler , who turned him over to the special policeman for liat block. The officer took MoDonald In htntL and citinbeti him vigorously over the head , inflicting two or three ugly outs. Mike McDonald , lute brother , who rcnion- stmated with the officer for this treatment - ment , was served in the same uitannor. IiIiAl ; FSTtTE. Transfers Filed Soitember 24 , 1887. Lawrence Wyer to James J Wear , beginning - ginning at point 4 chains and 50 links n of sw cot of se of section 10-15-12 , thence e 27 chains amId tJ links , thence a to tue n limb of saul so ' of cection 10 , timeneewlO chains nnit 72 lInks , thence s 35 chains amid 01 links to begInning , containing 80 acres ; als' the ii o the sw 3 ( of sectiomi 101512 , containing SO acres , wd..S 2 MarcAUpton ani wife to John 51 GIaon , lot 12 , block 87 , iii South Ommatma , v ml. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 linmIry 5'ier et at to II B lainey . , lots 1 auld 2 , block 2 , Omnaima View add. sv ii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,400 Sarah J. Dewey to United States , s 4 ot se 17-16-10 , q c d. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Larmmmoii 1' l'ruyn and wife to . ) osoph H Ilmines , lot 6 in lk 2 in Pruyn's park , tv ti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 Latmiion P l'rUyLl antI tvifo tO Joseph I ) Vammipier , lot 19 in bik 2 in I'rnyim's park , tv ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 Clmries I'Ilarrisonto , Wihiiammi Friekel lots 10 intl I I , bik 44 , antI lots 1 amid 'I , bik 42 , Anmimier liiat , % V d. . . . . . . . 3,000 E B l"rommch amid wife to J \Vinn , lot 10 , iii Ilk 5 of Central park , iv U. . . 000 ( leoree l. 1)mmnhmaun and tvifo to .1 0 'iflt ) , iot 12 , blk 14 , ofCentfal park , vd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 it F' KIokil and wife to Otto Beumnanmi , lots ti , 21 atul 2 iii bik 29 in George It lfoggs add , ty ti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450 11. Ii. ilemlumimlirer anti wife to .illem : Watts , tiegtimmiitmg 60 ft a 01 110 COT of lot 1 , bik 10 of tilt. village of W'ater- ion , timamice S 24 fttheucc 66 ft.tiunmco U 94 It , thmdilco a 66 it to beginning , wd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 A , It. Sour anti wife to Albert F. Coti. madt. time il 40 ft of the s 50 ft of lot 4 , bik 1 in Kirkwoott add. w ml. . . . . . . . 000 iticimard S. Luau ammil wife toJoimu l'ow. ers , the imtmdivitied 34 of w 34 of lot 5 , blk 12.5clty ( if Omaha , v ( I. . . . . . . . . . . 2,500 Elizabeth Itansy anti heirs to F'ro. lmiotit , Elktmorn ¼ Missouri Vitiloy railroad , all of sw' ( of miwl ( of see. 14.10-li , which is umortim anti east of right of way of said railroad coin- pany.wd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . It. 11. Smnitim to George 51. Letidwle thin n of thai lm4 of time mm : , ? tim Iia ; ( of thin liO4 of see. . tI , 7,500 Joimmi F'ergimsonJr.1 to dwin McWill. litmus , a lmrtlon ' _ , lot 4 , bIk 9.Pratt's sub-divot , , , io so ' of uity of sec .i3 , 15 to ; beginnIng at a Point 94 ! ( ! .ct from time no corimer of Grace anti Oroit streets , thence P434 feet o soudm him of lot I , thence east feet , thence south tJ4 feet , thence east l4 feet , bettig thin a of lot 4 , blk 0 , Pratt's sub-tilt' sv U. . . . . . . . . . . 600 : Lyman A. Slslcy to .ohn .1. SIcCaf- ferty , lot 11. blk I of 1mb-div of blk 27 , .lhrhiimt'u choice w ti . . . . . . . . . . . 800 v. (1. AlbrIihit anti tvftt it ) lvmmian A. . Sisiy , lot it , lilk 1 of stilt-div of blk 2l , .lbrighut's .cholcu , v ti. . . . . 500 _ * . - , ' _ _ . . - A , , . _ Ag * . k , a - , ' Charles W , Lyman and vifo to rhhuui ) Swobodit , lot 3 , bk 5 , Lynuut place , w tL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Henry I'undt anti wmtd to Maria Ie- 'ln , bike 2 and 8 1mm 1'uitl place 'v ti 2,400 A. McGavock and wire to Wilfiamu Fitch , tIme undivltcd ' 4 intetest inlets lots 1 , 2 , 3 , 8 , 14 , I , In , 1 , 19 antI 20 in River View adi , yv d. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 A Saunders and 1' L , reimimbatigum to J v Mount , lot S bitt j in Saunders lteimbatigii's mitt wd . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 David iteos and wife to It A Moore , lotl4blk10inCo0triipark wd. . . . 8,100 0 It Shaw ant wlfe't&i ( A Moore , lot 4blk4inCentraliot7kwd. . . . . . . . . . 2,000 \Y J Mommnt amid wif1t3 Joan Carncy , lot 5 blk li of Sattnslsrs and 11dm- baugim's add w ti . . - . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fred V Fowier and0wife to Biwin 51 l'ark , lots 7 amid S. .bk 7 in Patrick's 2dadd1c d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Elwin 51 l'ovka anti Wife to l'ianmomi P ' lots 7 and 8 bik ' ' l'ruyfl , . 7 iii I'atrlck'a 2daddqcd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Filed Septeniber 23. ifast Omaha Land company to tim Union l'nolflo mamiromtl , nil of lot 1 , in see. 11 35 , El , east ot ( ithi meridian , rind all ovormnoflt lot 3 , soc. 10 , 15 , 13 , iylng west of tiio west lint , of the MissourI rivor.qod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ Edwin S Itooti and wlfo to Johmm Nelson , LJiot 10 , block 6 , In Aibrlght'a Arnmox to JSoutlm Omaha , w d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Henry Ii Chiamberinium to James 0 Sbciiy , an imndivldnd 34 interest in s4 of lot 11 , bioc 2 , In Armstrongs 1st add , w d , . . 1,230 Louis Schroeder ttmuateo ) to Nicoiai uEahllot 0. block 10 Urown's pftrkwd 3Q Omaha Carriage and ileIgb company to John 8 l'rinco , iota 5 and 0 , in Oat add to Factory place , being it utidlvislou of bloekil otAibrlghv'a Choico.wd. . . 700 H A Nolte and wife to Henry .IefTers , lot 11 , block 2 , of the towa or ikbormi , wd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Eugene Ij Muagrif to John I Itediok , this 0 ,4 of lot 9 sec 1 , 15 , 13 0 , OXCOPL the w 14 of bik 6 Hello lab , wd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 Prumices F Packard and husbatid to Otto Lange , n 44 ft of a Co ft of lot S blk 1V8. wd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 l3onjamtn Danovita to fleorgo Knell or iii , lot3 KensIngton q C d. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 George Knoll et al to Stehia K Hopeweih , IotaKenaington. wd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,900 The Union Stock Yard Co to John A Nei- eon. hot 12 blk 0 1st add to 8otmth Oma. rhawd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . nsa Omaha [ teal ustato & Trust Co to Corg 1) Cannon , lot 55 Ftmrnmouut placewd. . . 1,260 Tne CttyotOmnahato Ellen Andoraonbo- gaining at a w cor of hot 2 bIk ICI V and thence w ft. thence a 44 It , thenan 0 7 12.100 ft to coy of said Jot , thence a 44 ft to place of beginning , q 0 d . . . . . . . 28 China 8 Pirrotte alit ! wtfe to William II P - Lobotet1t , an undIvided 4 Interest Ia 1ot 23 mOld Cii In Y A ltodlcks add. 'V d. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,900 Patrick Hector aid wiroto "V (1 Rilihor- ford , lot 19 bik 1 , South Onmuha Vmew , wti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Peter 0. ltourke , admnr or the estate of DonnI Ilgini , deceased , to James 1' English , north 44 feotofIot 8 Wk20fl4 , Omaha , tmdmr Coed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1100 Clara T Pam-fltt and itusbanti to John lialoy , lots I and C in Uarker subdlvis- ion in oction3l.15-l3 , vd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,950 Qoorgo ft Dogge at ml to Moso 11 ftIIs , lot2i blkl9 , Omaha View , y d. . . . . . . . . . 1,300 Eighteen transtoms.aggregatlng.$21,741 HUILDINU PERMITS. issued September 23. Frank Lind , one story frame cottage. Twonty-flrstmtreotand Lake. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 300 Park l'lace Congregational society , one story frame church , CalIfornia near Thirtieth Street. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,500 F. liorman , .jno story frimo cottage on Twenty-sixth and Ilainmlton. . . . . . . . . . . . 300 Thomason & Goose , oustory frame cottage - tage , Thomas aveaflc near Thirty- thtrd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400 F. Isl. Croweli , one atld one-halt Story frmuno barn. flmnnoyiAetir Nineteenth 159 Aug. Griob , ooo story -frame cottage , Twenty-aovonty nd Patrick avenUe. . 1,000 F. W. Marsh , one atory-'framu cottage , Decatur near Twont'-stxth. . . . . . . . . . . 800 Park avenue tJtittd PI-esbyterlan church two story frame pa-sonage , Twenty- ninth avenue anti Jackson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,500 Eight permits , ag-gnttng. . . . . . . . . . . INSTINCtJ iN MAN. Time Iloartling - anti OthorlmupuIst's. William James. professor of philosophy in harvard college concludes iii tim l'op- lmtr Science Monthi br September his review of the iiumaijnstincts wimichi may Em considered funditmental in man. lie begins with 1t'.fpsv words about tsp. 1)ropiation or ftcquisitivencsf. ) "TIme beginnings of acqtlismtivcliess 'are seen in the impulse whmcim very young children display to suittch : at , or leg for , any ob- jeet wimicti pleases their attention. Later , wiion they begin to speak. among the first words they emphasize : tro 'mc' amid 'mine. ' Their earliest quarrels with cacti other arc about questions of ownership , and parents ot twins soon learn that it conduces to a quiet house to buy all presents in impar- fluti duplicate. Of the latter evolution of tue propriety instict I need not speak. Every one knows how tliflicuit a timmrmg it is to covet whatever pleasinp thing we see , and bow time sweetness of the thing often is as gall to us so long tts it is : ui- other's. . . . Jim CiVili/.cl life time impulse - pulse to own is usually hiotl in chuck by cireumnsttnces legitimatized by habit snit common consent. A phase of timis quality - ity slmowe itself In making collections of anything , from pieces of chalk and pencil tip to books amId phiotogrmtphs , which per- Imps have no interest save the ciitrm : of iossession. "Everyone collects money , and wimen a mami of petty ways is enmitten with time collecting mania for this object Imo necos- airily becomes us miser. Thu hoard- mng instiiict prevails mnitlely among anu- tIlals as well as among men. l'roicssor Sillimami has thitma described one of time hoards of the Cmtiifortiiis wood-rat , made in an C111)ty stove of till UnOCCUpIed house : ' 1 round time outsmtio to be corn. poacti entirely of spikes , all laid with symmetry , so as to yresont the points of the nails outward. In time centre of tins iuabs wits tlmo mieSt , composeti of finely divided iibrcs of hiutsip-packing. umitorlaced swithi the shIkos sveru the following : About two dozen knives , forks anti SPOOlISt all thin butcher's knives , three in nuimijer ; a large carvilig knmfd , fork and steel ; several large ihtlgS of tobseco , nit old iersu containimmg some silver , matches amid tobacco ; nearly all the snitii : tools from tIme tool ehuet , with several lari&e mnigtirs , : ill of wiiieim lutist Iius'e beeui trtnspmirttti : somilu distamicu , : is they were originutilv stored in tlhiflirent 1)itrts of time lmoimse.'IIie outside cutsia of it silver welch was tiisiosed of iii one liltt of time pmie , the glass of the samnu watclm in annothmer , nOd ( lie works in still another. " Ltiiiaticit show time collecting instinct In It ! ) oqmialiy absurd way , collecting 1)111.5 , thread , buttons or ragsminU prising theni exceedumigly. Time njmsi'r is simply one of thesis mnentaily durafiml torsotis. ' 'his immtuiieet may iii mammy matters ho clear , but his instincts , esIflittitsily timat of owli- ersimip , are insane , ntii' , their instnity : hts : no macro to do with time association of ideis than with tue ) roecssioms of tile equitioxes. As a nitttct : of faethis hoard- Itig is directed to money ; bitt it also Includes almost aii.4hng beshtic's , often of no value whatever. ' Of course , there may be an "associuttiop of ideas' In his mInd ahotit time timin 'he hoards. lie is a thinking being anti lutist associate ; hut without tin entirely blind impulse in this directmon , behind mtht.'tile ' itluas , such prmtc- tieni results could tiO'ver be ruaeiicti. Kleptomania is utn uncontroiIabl' . n - ptmlse to . .aplropritte.'A. : . . curlot example of this iiistmnct Is given imntn wimo actually stole silver , oSn hits own timmiing room , for viim ; lo aft.orwartt bought substitutes Witli lila own money. COfl'rttet1veness is as geiiiilao an in- ! .tnct in untsn as It is in tIme beaver. ClilItiren arc less apt to tre of "blocks" than any other plaything , Sian remodels IlItt ) ShmItiCS of lila own whatever fails Into his hands , and the result of the reniodei- iimg , no matter how useless , gives him inure pleasure than tue original timing. "Thu impulse to play in special svmtys Is cestaimily nstinctivo. A boy can no inoro hu11 running after another boy scimo rumis provokingly near him than a kitten can help running after a rolling ball. A cimhiti trying to got into its own hiantt some object which It sees mtnottmcr child Pick up. and the latter trying to get nwat ) with time prlzo , are jtist its much shaves of nsa automatic iromnotlni as arc two chiickensor lialmes , of which one has ttkeo : a big morsel into ; ts mouth and decamps with It , white the other darts after in pursuit. 'rime sexes tufTer 801110- wimist in their pisy : nipulscs. As Fchineitier Sit3Si "Time littie bo imnitittes soltilers , models clay iiito an oven builtis lmotmses , mnikcs : a wagon out oi chairs , rides on horseback upoti a stick , t1rlve nails with time hmnmumumer , harnesses imis brethren and conmradcs together antI PiSYS time stagd.robbor , or lets himself be cahturotL its ft ss'hld horse by some one else. 'rue girl , on the contrary , plays with liar doll , washes anti dresses it. strokes it , clasps and kisses it , puts it to bed itmid tucks it in , sings It a cradlu.somig , or speaks with it as if It svere a living being. Timis facts shows tiimit a sestisl : dir- fercnce exists in tim play impulse , 'L'hio love of festivics cortimnomiles , ordeals , etc. , Is only : tnotimer anti umlgher sort of play , and is nn instinctmve. " Curiosity is another instinct vhmcli ox- lst.s not only iii nina , btmt pretty low down among time vertebrates its sveli , Curlosmty anti fear are antagonistic dub- tlomis , liable to be awakened by the smtiiio outward thing , and lnamufestiy both are smscful to their possessor. ' 1lnmtsmnuehm as new objects may always be ittivanta- geotma , it is better that an animal uhotild hot absolutely fear Giom , But , inasmitchi as they may als possibly be harmful it is better that lie should not be quite dilThrcnt to them cltlmcr , but on the whole remaining on the qui viva , ascertain as much about them , and what they many be liKely to bring forth , as lie can before act- tling down to realm their presence. Some such suscoptiblitty for being excited and irritatcu by time mere novelty , as such , of any movmtbio feature of the onvioonment must form the mnstinctlvo basis of nil human ctmrlosity ; though of course , the superstructure absorbs con- trlbutions Iron : so many other factors of the emotional life tlmmtt the original root may be hard to lhrid. 'Iitim what is called scientific curiosity , and witim metaphysical - aphysical 'wonder , time practical instinctive - tivo root hits probably notlimm to do. Time stimuli hero are not objects , bnt ways of conceiving objects , and the onlo- tions and actions they give rise to be classed , with many other esthetic mitni- festatloims , sensitive aud motor , as lmmci- ' dentol features of our mental life , Tue lihillosoPhimo braIn resionds to an incon- sistomicy or a gap in Its knowledge , just as the musical brain rosyonds to : t discord - cord in what it hears. Sociabilityand shyness are shown by maui's being excited both by tile absence and resence of his klnd Solitary con- llncmnent Is by many rerardeti ' ' Its the cruelest torture. Simyness'i's closely allied to fear , and yet is distinct fronm It in time ordinary sense. Whether this Inipulso could ever have been mlseftll is a question timmst can oniy be answered in the nega- tive. Secretiveness is a prominent human characteristic , mind often a blind propensity - pensity servimmg n useful purpose , anti is so stubborn and ineradicable a part of the hitmnman character as to deserve a Place among the instincts. it may be doubted whether cleanliness is an instinct , but as some aninials are cleanly man ma be , anti there is noth lug to provo that cleanliness is not a genuine impulse. Whether modesty be an instinct is a still more open question. If the modest impulse doei exist it must be admitted to have a singularly mli-deltned sphere of mniluanco. Ethnology shows it to have very little backbone of its own , and to easily follow fasiiion anti oxutmnpie. Love bears emi its face time most obvious signs of being instinctive , in the sense of being blind , automatic and mmntaugiit. The teleology time sexual impulses c mi- tam is often itt variance with time wishes of time lntilvidtittl concerned ; anti time actions are performed ( or no : tsiigmlallo reason , but bccatmso nature urges that way. Jealousy Is unquestionably in- stinctmvo. Parental love ma an instinct , stronger in svomnan thnn in nmtn : , at least during the early life of his objtiet. This point re- vuires no olticidation. This eonciittie the list of "thin most proimmimiont of time tendencies whicii mu-c worthy of being ctllctt : instinctive in time lumman species. It will be observed that na other mnnmmual , not even tile monkey , shows so large an array. Iii a Pertoetly roumiued development every one of these instincts would start a habit towtsrd certain others. Usually this is the case , but Iii the ono.sidud tic- velonmtmit : of civilized life it happens thoU time timch.y ago goes by in a sort of staryatiomi of objects and the individual then grows U3) with gaps In hIs PsYcilmc constittitiomi which future oxperiomuces 01111 newer liii. . . . Fortunate it is for imini if gaps are tile Only nuomnulmcs his imistillctis'ti preseiits ; lrcsorvatlonsusrc too often time fruit of his unnatural brimiging ill ) . ' ' Omaha Cat ) Commpany. Notice to tim mmblic.-Uutier no cir- cumatanees will credit hereafter be given to Patrons of the Onaslia Cab comnpany. Cash mmimmst always be paId in nudvitmice. No driver svihi be purniittetl to carry any passenger ummiess the fare Is paid , Tickets cami be had nit my barn. JAMrS : STEI'IIENSON , Manager. Overrating tne i'eiephone. A goomi joke is told of a 1)allas young nina who overrateti the powers of the teleiiimono. lie had an engagement to take iii ssvecthut'art to a sociable , bt hap- henmii. to tibet With till necitlent on the way to her imouse lit weut.to : t near tub- Phiomlt ) to tixphuiiii svhmy he could net liii his engaireummemit. Gomng to the intro- calieti tue inuvitibhe-'lIullo ' ' meat lie - ! "hello ' ' in thai softest again ! camutu no- CCIit.S. ' 'Is timitt YOu , Imliss Etilut ? ' ' 'Yes. ' ' ' ' \'oll , I've niot ivithm mu sogious miecimlemit amid caim't ' cOmae. ' ' "Dim , DeVittt Vhmat is Arc hmmirt lutiL'im ' ' wills it ? , ynui ? pity bntr : iccemmts. ' 'No , hot hurt at all ; itlt- ' ' ' "l'Imemm why eaii't yeti conin , If yomm are not hurt5'immit is the iiiatter ? Please tell mile , ' ' with great anxIety amid ctmrios- ity. ' ) , it ttimm't much. I'll tell you sonle of these days. " ' 'No ; I ss'ant to k II 05 % ' 11(1W : I ' 11 be niati If you tloui' I. tOl I mliii. Viutt is it ? i'eli moo right oilY' ' ' \\'ell , if you must know I've torn niy ie3t Pammts ( romim time Rio rniitIc to iteti htivee. Jtmst look tiit'rti , ' ' nuiti lie ramseti his coat mtiid tmmrmmeti towarl ( tqo tuiniimonc ttflbiti a roar of laughter from tue few who were gathered around. lIe thought in Imis excitement that his iiiqtmmsitivo friend couhti see tiirotmgh time tclehhiOuiti. 'J'hiuy hittVumi'L moot sumac. DYSPEPSIA causes its victims to be iniserablotoe1eas , ColIftiSetI , amid depressed In iii.'i' , very irritable - ble , languid , and drows It Is a dIsease which does ilot get 'oehl ot usd1. It rctpmires careful , persh.e1tt Itttenhitmi , and a remedy to tiirow o flue causes 8111 tttO ) Ui ) ( lie ttiges. tlv. rgans tIll tiny perform their duties . 'wIllingly. hood's Sarsaparhila has proven just the required remedy imi lutimidretla of cases. 4 , I have taken 11000's Sarsaparilla for dyspepsia - pepsia , from ilitchm I hiss-u suffered two years. I tried mnamiy oiler mnedhetncs , but hone iirve(1 so satisfactory as hoot's Saratiariiha. " TilostAs COOK , lirlmslm Eteetrlo Light ( o. , New Yotk City. Sick Headache , , For the past two years I have been afflicted 'witlm severe heatiarhues and dyspep- sla. I was Imititmeed to try hoot's Satsala- milla , and have found great relhef. I cheer- fuiiy reconimiuend It to all. " 14115. E. F. ANAtimF. , New Haven , Coun. Mrs. Sialy C. Imlthi , CanbrldgelOrt , , Mass , , anti sick leati. was a auhlcrcr Irons dyspepshn ache. SluG took hood's ikirsailarihia and found It ( ho bet remedy she ever used. Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sc.bl by all tiniggists. $1 ; lz fir $8. Stado . only by 0. I. 11001) 81 CO. ; Lowell , Maci. . . 100 Doc O Dollar. - , tr - . 'MAI GARDENING. Alt Iiilervlevi' SiIh 4)110 or Oiiiit liii's 'cgcInbIe Guirsicimera. An Article cflntcrcst to All-The Life oh a Sailor-how ( lie Good Shiip"llcaitli" was Foundered , Etc. , Etc. The life of it sailor is often vorr interesting rentlinig to the cItlc'na ci thoweatorn country. knowing this It ) to lImo fact mu reporter tmommi. tierlighis dm10 book tinti 1'tibcr o , , started omit to finti ni nil sailor , mumtl immtorviov hilni ott tile matter. Tie reporter mit Mr. hlnriinm-d Carstons , who resides it , ' , .ontrai l'ark neat- tie oily limits. lit. L'mrston's , mm tbormiiitn by birth is It' business as a girdimor anti trucker amid Bmmipiies the hiotul and restaurants of Otnitba wIth fresh vegetablosovery tiiortiIimr. On boimi atceostetI by time reporter ime said u " 1 ca , I salle the seas for about ton I'ears , all In that visit. ( ' 4 slmost overycoittmtry in time wormtt. I iimtvo to China , Atistrailti , Now Zealatul , ( ho East mi. dma , mmntt almost every setilort siong the Stodi. toirminoan soil. Tlm liloot mu sahior is a harti 01)0 as well as it lanigcmomts one , ani only is immut witii a Very good constitmmtion cnn stanl it very 1omig. I etijoyod my life on the seas anti was mmlwnys healthy there. 1mm fitch never lied a dsya sickness until tibout one year ngo' . 'Then you have boon sick lately , " asked the remottor. , Yoi. I was taken sick last fall. I lost my appetite - petite , cotmid not eat enough to keep a child aliyo , had night sweats , wouid got up iii the mnornttig feeling worse than a note who hail not smeit at all , cciii riniy oat a little breakfast , tinti would iiavo to vomit that U very soomi alter eating It. I was attacked wit a liati hacking etmiugh which wotmiti cause IliC Ititeimse , aln In my chest nntl iumigs , wouid hitve chtlhs anti fever every three or tour days. My condittoit becamne alarming. I could scarcely lift as utiucim as a child. As I said before I be- cttmne alarmed , amid hiotrung mind rontitiig coc- slderableabout Drs. McCoy and henry I con- eluded to call upon tiioiii. wiilcim I dli about three ieoks ago anti was cxmttnmnod. They told mo I imittt ciitarrltitl couisummmption and protnisod to cure me intwo tnotithis. Not quite a mnotmtii hiti OlflpStl amid I ant svell again. I have no moore night awoitta , no more chliis and favor , do flot Vtmtiit any miloro 1mm tIme omornitmg , anti to tell time trmmtb fool like a new man alto. gothor. I foci as though I cottid not sacotiough for lrs , McCoy and muetiry for thmoy have In- doodworkedwomidora inmny case : ; , \ . u ? ' , # : Sin. UZUNARD cAnSTNs. The above cit Is a very good portrait of Mr. Carsteus , who resideS in Contrti l'iirk , near the cIty hlmitq , wbero lie wiii gladly corronorato the aboc'o statUrnont to niiyono who wlii ( site the roubio to call ot' address him there , LEADS TO CONSUMPTION. IsTEIIESTINO EvloKScg or A CONDITION NOT TO ia vtttygi , wtrtm. When eatnrrh ltn existed In thio bead nil time Llpflor part or tile throat for tttiy ioimgttm of tittto --Ire pattent living in a district whore people are atibjoct to ctmttrrliill ittfection-attd tilt , dIt. else has been molt uncirioci , the cntttrrlm Imis'itrl. ably , Sonietinios amowly , extends down ttio wimidpmpe tint immto the broiiclilai tubet , wit ich ttmbcsconvoy thia air to the different nlrts of tlit Itimigs. 'i'iio ttibes become atToctod Iron the 8wciiIti anti the ttiucous arlIng fromim catarrlt timid , In 50110 mnstaticos , become milumitrod Up. SO tllttt tito itir Catinot got In as freely is It siiouhti. Suiortmiess of btoitim foilows , tind tic 1iittiotit breathot with haborant ) diuilrulty. 1mm oltimer otto tmtoru is it sound of crackling' and whcoiltmg Insltlo the c1tot. At this stage ( if hit , mli4Qttso tlt ( , broattilnir Ii usually morn rilpil thtttl viiomi In health , 'l'iio ttluzmt hit 5130 hot ditahot over his body. Tie bitt ) whilcii ttecotiipanies Ills conditloim Is of a ittil ciinrnctcrfeIt tnt the cbut , boitnd tim breast bomie , or tinder thin slioullem' blade. Ttio pain mnaycotneanrl go-mat few days and then no absent for savorni otherS. 'Fite cotmgh that occult In the lirat stigCS , of tironchiitml ontnriim is drycotnus on mt intervals , liackitig Ii charte- ter , and Is unittihy most troublesome In too mnom'nlnmc on rismtig , or going to hail at audit aid It may be In the first ewltlomice of tiio disease cx- tending Into the lungs. Somnutitiies there are tItmmofcoughiing induced by the tough mucus so VloiOtt Its to cause vom- long. Lntor on tue mucus that Is raised , is found to contain nmnii partiche' of yellow that- ( or , which Imlilcites tltut the mmliii tubes In time lutigs are now nffectcO. Witim tlti thro ate ( ' 1101 streaks of blood taixed ivltii the mucus. In some C1t505 the patletit bcomiiet very tale , hiS lover , anti oxpoctorntes tioforo amy cougim itppoars. In some cases smut itniseses of cliocsv , sub- stniwe are smit itI ) , which. whiomi lirotsel bo. tweon ( lie lIngers. emit a biti olor. , Iii other CLS'S , parttcbes of a hitird , climilky Imaturo two 'iit itp. 'J'iie rttisltig of chcosy om- chalky lumpt Indkato Serious mnishmiefatwork in thu lungs. SNEEZING CATAUIgI , 7'leat It .2iICIHs , 1101(1 ii Acts , and Whi'it Ii 1s. : You sneeze when you get up Iti the morning , you try to sneeze your nose niT every time yomu limo OXO5CU to tie ieitst draft or air. l'otm lttvo a ftmilnoss over tIme front of the lorohiund , atui ( tic mmtso bela as if tltoro wet a lmu In oticlm nostril which ytu cannot dismodgo , ! t ou blow your tioso untIl your ears crack , bitt It iltimi't do any good , anti mlio only rasuit is that you sue- ccci in gettitig lii , a very roil mioso , and you so Irritate hip lIning nietitlirtino of tlittt organ that yoU ttre unable to nroatmio through : it t all. ' 9'imls Is ti correct titmil not overdrawn plotitto of , mti ticitto ttttttck mit ctmtttrrii , or ' 'Sticozlmig Ctttti'rit" mis it iii called. Now , whtntdoos this L'oilIitioti indicate ? FIrst , ricohi that cttuses niimcus to be poured out by the giattis In tie tosc thou titoai , llcctispi gittuds ttre tittucked by swttrnms ( it little goring t lit ctttt rrhi goi'nt-t ii at ( lost itt tie iii m Itt it loetility whiet'o ( hit liseast Is iircvimlenr. 't'lie'e mitmltimtcimimo , In t holr t'tl'flt'ts to liii it lodgmtiemit , Irritate tlto scti'ltlve tnomnbrann hitting titu noio ttlC littmro itidorlikus to rid iiorult of tltotmm by prod icing ti tit o I stooitng. 5 % Iwo the fliSO lecornot filial wltht titickotmel 1111(1 iltoiio,1 ducts ( Ito nuttirni clinlinois for 11w Ititralimetititi of air ittO tIiO lutmis Is Inter- I orel wIth , Ilni ttm,3 , person so etrct&'tl lutist lii'omitliu tim rough I I 0 mon t ( I , tmtii by simch itl Ott UK I iO I itrnimt lt'COtflO ) $ Ii it mcI ted imtmi dry CmtOl'Il ) g Is Pt'od uctud tIll t It C mm I ii 0 cultarri mml dt.oiso : gillS retdy : accost to time timruutt amid I u migs. DOCTOR 1 Cresa M'Coy ' Late ofBellev'ue hospital , N.Y ANI ) 1)C''Olt Columbus Henry have Omens 310-311 RAMIE BUILDING Cor. 15th aiid Harnoy Streets Omaha , Nob. Where all ctmratiio cases are trotted' with silo ( 'eat. SltdIcttl tlleuiot trirnteI skllftiliy. Coti tttnptloti , llrigtit's lugease , iyspo4ma , Rltui. , mantlan , atmd all ? 'fltt\'OtS IlSiihit5. Itli dl. 50(0.05 pecnhlarto time Sexes ii. amuoehaity. ( IA' TAIIILII CtlltOiI coNutulI'ATISN ( at olilcoorty ni'tlii. Oillco hours : U to it n.m. ; ii to 4 p. in. ; 7 to 9 p. iii. i3Untiays lmteltitcd. t'trrCilofltlOmlCe m'ucelvos prompt attention. Sittrty.ilsomses tire troatud guccesafuhlyby Dr McCoy tmirough thU mnttlim , amid It Is thus iossl. bin for tlioto unamIe to make tt Iourtmov to oh- timin succosiltil imusphtni trutttmui'flt t tituir homes. o liters itmiawereti ittllcSs aroOfllls iultdhy1C ? Dr. .1. 0. McCoy , rocumms 110 and 311 ItaingO fluililmig , thuahuit , Nub. - - . , I- - 1 4 : _ _ . ' 7.1 : , , ' , r k _ , ' ' ' 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i , ' - ' ' . , I DR. POWELL REEVES , 314 5. hIlt street , Omnahms , I'ItIYATE 1) ISI'ENStIt I' . Established for the Scientific and Sceody ' Cure of Chronic , Nervous and Spectal Diseases. " The Olti Itoilabla Sioclaulst of many years ox- I I erlence. troatt with wonderful success au ' UNO 'rulnoAT , CANCEIi , PIbKS. FISTG L.A idiruiui ; , cured without KNIFE Oft ' . , CAIJS1'iO ! I'rtatsall forms n Throat Lung , Nerve minI . , filood tileasog , all Ciirommlo ditoases and lie- ' , . formulas far In advance of atmy Institution In . this country. Those who contoumplido going to lint Springs for the treatment of any Prlvftto ' or imlooti tlisoaso cati to cured for omtn.thmrd the cost at our I'rlvate 1)lsponsutry , 314 8outtm 13th Street. Otnaha , Nob. ItUlL'tIitK cured without pain orhinderane , ' rem litslnusg. . , 'I L ADIES Dy tIlls treatmmient a pliro Lovely , ' Cutmiploxion , Irco frommm slowness , ' freckles , bittckhcads , orimptlons , Oto. , lirihllgimt Eyes and porloct iionitlt can be Imad. ITlttit "tired" fooling amid alt fottiafe weak. flosses promuptly cured. Bloating Iloaulnoimem , Nervotms l'rostration , ( lemieral Utitlilty Sleep. - S lessnes. , 1)eprestlnn thai ttmtlgostlnim , , ( Svarlon tromittlus , Itmllarnmmiatlomm arni Ijiceratlon , Falling and iispiacoiimmits , , SpInal weaktmcss , KIdney " eiititpialmitg and Chtttlgo of Life , Consult ta 'k ' old Ioctor. E YE AND EAR ActmteurChirouloinflam ' ' mmttton or ( lie Eyelliq or ' 01 - , ( Hobo amid tar om Near Clglitodnoss , Inversion of the Lids , Somlulous Eyes. Lilt'oratiois Ia- ' lititnmmiatltins , AhSt'os , Dmnness of'jilon oi one " I or both , . eves. iintl 'J'ummmora of i.td. Jmlfblnlmatitn , , of tIme lear , Ulceration or ; I Catarrit , Internal or External 1)oafnoss , or ' i'aralyals , Singing Or Roaring mOiSeS , Thickened I flrum. ole. US DebilIty , Sporrnatorrbma , Sotn- N ERY Ilitti Losseg , Night Emtilmslotms , I.oss of ititl l'owor , dloem'iessnes , , lottonit. oIler , loss of Memory , Cumifimiloim of fdeits Itlitra lh fore the Eyes , J.icslttutie , Lumugmior , ( iloominesi , flepresslon 01 SpirIts. Aversion to I Society , Eally 1)lcomraged , 1.tck of Confl- dtnce , tmmll , IIttlts , Uniflt ( or Stitly 0r Iluism- miess , ttnd Ilildi lifu a liimrlomm , Safely , l'ortmia- ni'ntiy ani t'rivatety Cittod. ilseasesSypiillis.--adi. ) B LOOD & SKIN souiio tttilt hiorrilde In its rosuits-coltimuictely eradicated without the iso of nuerciry. 8crnfmmltm , ICrymipelui. i"evor Sores , lilotcheg. Pimples , Ulcers , pails in the head stiti Itotias , Sy Omliltie Sere Tomcat , MouUm , atid Tongue , Olanjulir mimargement of the " Neck , ltitoumltttsm. Ctttmrrhetc. , I'ermtmmmontiy . Cured SYtton Otlters have Failed. " KIdney and illadttor troubles , , U RINARY U Wenk thick , Hitrimlmlif Urine , I Frequency of tjrlmintimmg CrItic high colored or fluky setiiiuonton atundimig , ( iouorrhnimm , Oieot , Cyatitis , do. , promptly and safely cured. . Charges rossonabte , PRIVATE DISEASES 111004 poIson venereal ttlimmt gleet , stricture , setntnttl etulisions , loss of sexual - ual power , wokmmg ot time .ormial nrganmwant of desire in male or female , whether from Itn' priltiout habits 01 OUflg' or sexual habits In mature years. or any cause that debilitates ( ho sextlitl tunctltnmg , speedily aud permanently cc rod. Cotisttltmit ion Irco and stm'ictly comitidontini. I ; , Modicltie oiit ( moo l'm'oum observtitlomm to all Tarts or tie UtiltoJ Stato. Corruspummdoncq receives lirothilt ttttotmtion. No letters an- swereul tmtik''s , tconiitpitnlod 4' four emIts fn stamps. Sottil Stttttll ) for panhitilet 5.1)1 lIst of nuestlotiS. Tonis strIctly cash. ( 'Ili ott or address - dress flit. 1'OcVnFf JtiSEVI'M , No. 0J4 South 13(11 ( St. ( inmutlia , Nob. for " LADIES and ' , \4 ; , CHILDREN. , . Iotl'Jl Ilmtd It good to regmItto 'il i. o rgtmis ii I bet Ii sit all immi great ; It 'huocits Sicic lIeatlu&'huo , mimiC thu woe 'I'ltat sutd iyspt'pilcs ever kttow. Ii TA h1Ii "I" S 'iiiJ1"/.iR macpie Slid A rottlody treat comnltmed. ' .4 'i ( tm I loti ib It ttP r , - 1fi1l llOTL Neb. Lincoln , . Titu ltot kmrowml tttmul most 3ojnthutr hitflol lu Ilte state. lCfttIOmi cetitriti , tillpointmtments lust clasi. ileadqummtmtrt tar comintorcitti mcmi aol al I jiolli led ttutl Ill II It gtmt ltorimitrs. E. I' . It000EN. 1'ro1rIetor. ' 0 ( /1 / ' WILt. NOT UNHOOK WHILE Bcluo WORN. ltverv lady who dct.lzca periection in slvlc sad form ihoufi % ver tlien. the WORCESTER ( 'ORET COMPA' . , , Vorccter , At.ts. , teIJ'2tS .luukct gLtcCt , Clticag LiPs 4) BEST BRGGS . .5HOTELlPh4 ' c : : U 4 29. tT ? R ' ; : G0D MEDAL , PAEIII , 1671 ' EJ5.KEWS Bo8kfsI Ooc . me- ' Warratutel absobiteiy pure ' . ' Coeo , ( ron which thocxcsot I Oil IIM been reniovc'l , It luss tAres ( let , the etrenghk of CoCoa miled citli Iltarcli , Arrowroot or Sugar , S autti Is titcieforo far niore evonomi- 1' cii , coating Iei , ISa' one c51 a coil. It is tIthlu.lu' , ttourl.Iulng , .trengthuenuiug , castly dlgt.ted , and I admirably adaptid for Insillds us wdi as for i.rsons in health. Sold by (1r.ceriernhterc , "f , Wa J,1KRll & CO,1 llorchcster2 Mass1 RUPTURE CURED Ily Ir. Snedlket-'s mntthmn % . No operatinnm no 151mm ; tiO , tCItttlom ) u'tzt , , IIuchtt,45 , itta1toi , , ti cii liii ron tim well as gtoa mi leoplo. I i i tel a o f Itu tagrum jib tst I titimnttthi 01) 1110. A II ins ! tioj strict myconthdetmtial. . Coiiiiiituttlnti lice , PRo. N. D. COOK : Rootn I , 1514 Iougias St. , Omnalma , Neb , A NHOOD .uUlut Aiiclinio M r. , , atuiu iit'va , .Strtj lebilt ) , , l.o.i Matahooiet. . , tvtvtgttj.I , In , gii . . . . . . . , ev.'rf no.fl ruo..tv , Iai , , ' , , a . 'tmpis urcnro. wtu.m.towilisenifl na ! aamsewyk trIiowtuIT.rei" , . ' - L OTMANHOOD.Youthftml,1nmpl . . ' . ( ' ttdutIee'orvimmmleljllt'.ttltsd , ' ' a' thrttugis it'oiui , aitt bnti Practice. CUllED , . UtLBEN HkiL COluIi,00asbt , bt.1.oizL . . . , . . . . . . , , . . . . . , . ' . _ . _ : _ i - - - . - , .