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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; ItOKDAY , DECEMBER 8 , 1890
LIFE AMONG THE BED MEN , The Monotony of Existence at the Fine Ridge Agency. SIMPLE SURROUNDINGS OF THE SAVAGES , Grnpl'ilo Descriptions of tlio Dml linnds IVhcrn Homllcs Are Sccnrcly Kiitrnnolicil Against the AVIillo Mnii'n iVttuuk. PINE ttinon Annxcr , S. D. , DM. 0.- -Spccliil [ to Tin : DiiiiJ Without th trim. rnliiKs mid spirit given it by rolleutlotu from tlio ghmtdnnco nnd military , llfo on nn In dian reservation must bo dull enough to cnusc tlio half animated , long hatred , blanket swathed musk bags that make up nlno nm throe-quarter tenths of the Inhabitants , swim their tcpocs lu tours and thun fjo blind. It la tlio kind of llfo thiit miiltcs the whltc-fncei ] child of civilization took forward to a ticket oMonvo as if capital priic , compared with o meal tlckut. Such arc the Impressions thnt have bollcc down to tough fuels with mo during the Uv < ivcclcs I hnvo boon hero. Never before have I witnessed proof of the plntonio wlsdon evinced by tlio man who originated the Idoi of malting n representation of nn Indian tlu trade mark of the tobacconist. Whoever lit was , ttio memory of that man Is worthy of be Ing porpatuaicu by something which speaks with Rroatcr eloquence than 11 clgnr store. You get up In the morning and find thost cigar sl'n ( models posing on the little knolls nnd nuout every ten foot , ulong side of tin agency fences and buildings. They are motion k-ss , absolutely motionless. Pass them as oftci during the duy us you will , nnd you can dls cover scarcely the slightest changes in tin position of head , hand or foot. The ono mis slon of scores of them seems to bo simplj thnt of standing motionless , snug up ngains1 tlio flvo strands of barbed wlro Unit every where endow the private precincts of tin ngency. Accost them , mid all you receive In rcturt Is a grunt nnd a foolish look. Olvo them i plcco of silver or n oiunrotto and you gc simply a more foolish look nncl tm&sibly t pair of Brunts. They will generally ; ; ruir twice If the gift Is a clgiirctte , for oh' they d ( love cigarettes nud cuf ; sinoko them with a1 much grnco as n Spanish scnorlta or t Parisian belle. Never go on a mission amen ( Indians without first tilling your pocltcti with clgnrottcs. They will bo north moro l < you than jjold dollars or bank bills , for tho.\ enocr nt gold dollars nnd tell you bank bill' ; are no good , silver dollars being about. tti < only form of money that they rocognUe. But the majority of these government wards keep their foot nt'oing in drug styli the greater portion of c.ich day of their inon otonous mul almost aimless existence. Thl' moving of their lect means llttlo moro thar the c.u-ryhiK of their r owners V > ftm fro between tccpce nnd agency , nnd olT ovu the hills to round up ponies. Seldom , how ever , do you see tliem move faster than tin slowest -wallc imaginable , while to boo om of them running Is n sure eauso for alarm o a greater or lessor degree. Very llttlo of this , however , applies to thi Indian employes about the npcncy. Ncflrl' ' nil of thorn live and movello ! persons pos' Bcsscd of bright minds , n ilcflnlto purest anil tireless energy and devotion to the TTisl in hand. The most highly educated in tin class of the actively employed nro the Indlai clergymen , tcnohors , and older members o the police force. Among thcso I have Joum a few men who are very bricht , well postci till leers upon ncnriv every auboct. ] To an ex coUent fund of varied infnrinntlon Is added : natlvo keenness of wit , nil demonstrating thi llatteiing possibilities of their race the pos Blblllty of ranking side by sldo with the wait man when given an equal chance , But let's tuko a ulrd's-oyo view of th' ' agency village to which the eves of ull Amcr leu have bsen turning during the past three weeks. lt Is jrcached by n hvonty-fjyp mllqrUlji ) llovili from HushrikV , tKblioafcst railway stu tlon. We are just a mlle nnd a half over th Nebraska line in South Dakota. The locn tlon is perhaps as line us any thnt tin purpose could suggest , though it didn't seen no ono morning last week when wo a\vok nnd found the , foothills surrounding the agency covered with reds , a largo number o. whom were half repentant hostilea armed t < the teeth. The most conspicuous building In the phco Is the government boarding school. It is n very substantial , three-story wooden structure turo , the form of a Greek cross , nboutlBOxlS' ' feet.Next In slzo comes the warehouse , thci the steam nunhig mill. Then the eye notice : n couple of misty llttlo churches , und after ward three long ono-storv structures thi post trader stores. Near you notice a small onc-story , tidy looking llttlo building , when the common school of the agency is held 11 other than such exciting times as the pros cut , when It has had to suspend for want o pupils. Tiiat lltto ono-storv , shackly , dingy brown uullning standing between the board Ing school and the warehouse you would per Imps take for u wood shed. But no , that I the seat of authority for the agency. I doesn't cover a piece ot ground twenty live feet square , but it Is the "O mv1 iiluco of "tho whole business. " Its interlo is suggestive truly of arrangement plannei by the untutored savage of away-back time Tbo roof shelters the Indian council chumbot the police headquarters , the agency guppl' headquarters , police court room , Agent Koj cr's ofllco. and the headquarters of the cap tain of polico. And at this last named building Is a gooi plnco to pause a moment providing you ar not frowned out of aight by the vigilant nn < very flnoly uniformed polico. If you're stranger don't b3 alarmed If you nro"placec under arrest nnd marched before Agon Uoyer the moment you sot your foot within hundred feet of this same llttlo stiackly ol brown wooden hut of a tmlhling. Indeed I Is by far the quicker \vny to gc Into the sanctum sanctorum. Non of these police talkvhlto face nnd ns you must pnss three of them In ordc to sco Dr. Uoyer , you had better throw u your hands nt the outer wicket gate. Then there is the hotel , tho'only ono In th plnco. The landlord Is ex-Councilman Jli Flnlay of Kansas City who , although keenl nlivo to stacking up silver cart wheels wnll tbo ghost dnnco lasts , Is a , very genial gontli man who can give nnd take n Joke upon ever otlidr subject hut thn difference between th census returns of Omaha and his old homi Fin , ns the press gang quartered beneath hi roof have learned to call him , Is not only th boss landlord of the place out of necess'lty- but ho Is the postmaster and ouo of the thrc post traders hovo. Flnlay and Jnclc Dowllnj the Burlington's passenger agent In Onmhi nro old friends , And this reminds mo of very interesting httlo fuct. In n long chu with Hod Cloud the other day at thoposi ofllco the famous old chlof spoke of Imvln met Jack Dowllng out hero over llvo yeai ugo on a hunting expedition. Old Ku enld that the last thing Jac did in saying good by wi to slnp him on thu back , hand him ono of hi cards nnd exclaim : "Well old tion't ' man , forget uswhonyou'i polng somewhere I Wo can send you'rlgl through In u Pullman to any point in Aino lea or the happy hunting ground wlthot change of cars or any side tracking 1" And old Hod clutched his sldos and roarc with laughter. 1 hud Hed Cloud and Uttlo Wound In I dinner with mo the ether day and positive ! I never saw three mortals put down-so muc meat , bread , potatoes , oto. , before In nil in llfo. The quantity was simply appallng , nn I never again expect to see the cxhlbltic even touched. The fact of sitting down to jncal with tli030 two notable chiefs who : names are so prominent in tbo Indian hlstoi of America was ono to bo proud of. Hot of them ro sworn nnd bitter ctiomit except so fur ns the tlilune : of outward appearances go. For It will bo 11 momboved that back In U < 03 Ued Cloud shi down Lljtlo Wound's ' father while the handi the latter was extended In token of pone It occurred on the Chug Water Creole I Wyoming , at a point known as Euglo's Nos forty miles southwest of Laramlo 1'eal They wcro rivals for supremacy as chiefs I the Sioux nation and had always bee enemies , A council was dually arranged 1 nettle the matter. When Llttlo Wound father , however , oamo within view of He Cloud the latter raised his gun and shot hi down , notwithstanding the fact that tl liaud of his old rival was raised , betokenlni fcccordlug to Indian custom , a pledge thi the council should bo one of peace. Itovcngo for this ilocil Is M yet untnfcon. Mv Inter preter mid I tried our utmost to Ret tlio two celebrities to talk witl ono another , but nil In vnlti. Only the merest commonplace roranrks we're oxctmnccilnnil those pnuclpnily regardIng - Ing the victuals before them. A n result of tlio government rule thtit no Indian family ImvltiR children old enough tc po to school can draw rations when the children are sent to school , the trovorninenl boarding nnd daynchooU licro have n jood nttcndnnco In tlmo of pence. The former his nn aveMKO enrollment of 200 , nnd each otio ol the clu'it dnv schools ou the reservation , about sixty. Thoronro ttu-co teachers In the boitrdltiK school and the course of Instructlot U about the sumo HI that of the best district school. The sumo Is applicable to the eight dny schools , with the exception that If uny thing the course does not KO qulto as high. t'lvo Indians and \vhlto mnii arccmployci In the reservation tmrneas shop ; thurenn two \vheolriRhts ; two cnrncnters and on ( bl.iL'ksinltli , nil of them Indians , In times of peace , j\gent Koyci tells mo that it Keeps him busy fron early to Into answering requests foi favori of ono kind nndauothor and sceltif that the various employes perform their du ties. And certainly , from whnt I Imvo scsr since coming hero , Ur. Hey or must , have hi1 hnnds exceedingly full in order to Keep every thltijr running smoothly oven so far as tin admit business of the nponcv Is concerned. Prof , O. E. Bailey of the school of mines o Dakota gave moavorv IntcrcitlnR talk 01 the bad lands , In which the hostlo.Imllnn' have now entrenched themselves , nnd whlcl promise to bo the suena of some of the \vors < lighting that nay of the Bovorntnent troop : hnvo ever had , The professor said ! "The combined forces of the red warrloH from these various Indian reservations have chosen ono of the wildest and most macccssl bio regions in the entire northwest as tin battleground nKolnst the forces of clvlllza tlou and progress. The bud lands , as thoj are most npproprlatcly called by both whites nnd Indians , are n wonderland. Hiding nboul thirty miles northwest from hero onosuddenlj comes to thocdfjoof n , preeiplco from UOO t < GOO feet In depth. You may tr.ivcl for mile ; along this ediro bcforo finding a break thai will allow you to descend to the region below Once down , mm the region Is a vast inlnnt laito or sea , 111) ) miles long , northeast t ( southwest , and from fifteen to forty mile ; wide. The bottom of this hikohiw been tin plav ground of the forces of nature for ages Knin , wind ana frost luvo curved the wholi region Into inoro fantastic , \vlcrd forms thar .human brain could conceive. All is a chaos of hills , huttes , canons , valleys and dlz/y al tltudcs , blackened , precipitous cliffs , ant Klooiny gorges , it is a uup of mighty con vulslons and prunUs of nature In her most rcbolllous and sportive moods , "Ono sees what Is apparently hilU cutln al directions by deep , twisting ravines , display Ing along their sides marvelous nrchltoctura forms. One sees what is apparently n dls mantled fortress. Near by is the wreck of i city. On the right stands u huge castle , 01 the left tlie remnants of a village , all stone o ull descriptions , for no human beings havi over called this region homo. It is nil dcatl and desolation. Tlioro Is no animal llfo , anc vegetation shuns the ground ns though i were plague Ktrlckon. The river beds an dry , nnd contain only huze boulders scnttcrei around ns though giants had been wakingthi echoes pelting each other with them. "Thcro Is no chirping of Insects no sound of birds , nothing bu silence profound and forbidding It is a region of terrors anu undelhiuil dro.id "To the scientist the plneo is ono of indo scrinablo fascination , a wonderland from th < llrst di\vtilng of llfo on this plobo. Th < rocky layen now carried Into marvelous lint tation of the work of human hands wore one ooze nt tbo bottom of the sea , and are nov the richest treasure houses of the cntir world of well preserved forms of ancient an ! mal llfo from which such men as Profs. Tjcldj Cope and others have dug some ot the strain ; est and most wonderful freaks of nnlmal life A rending of their reports is more romanti and weird than th'o Arabian Nights. 1 turn this region has been the homo of lam mul water nntmnh of sucn gig.intlc size a : have never been discovered elsewhere- tin dcsposlts of any geologlc.il ago. Ll/znrd llki forms over ono hundred foot in length an < thirty foot high crawled over the plains Kcptlles , moro hideous than the standard soi serpent , bathed their titty-foot bodies in thl Inland sea , stretching their necks twenty foe la the air. Flying reptiles with a thirty-foo spread of Icathoiy wings disputed possesaid of the uir with gigantic birds whoso vtis .jawuvcrGprmeu'-v.'it'h monstrous teeth. Twc three and four winced horses from the size c a fox to those much larger than any of today in turn sought food in the weird wilderness "Tropical climates followed the drylni up of the waters , nnd palms grow nm crocodllas , tnulra , rhinoceros , elephant , mas todon and oven camels lived and died wlthli these boundaries , Their fossil bones nr everywhere , mingled with pctrilied shells o turtles ten fcot wido. Mammoth shells of th amonlto , with the pearl , all as perfect as th day when it spread i'a llcshy sails to th cretaceous breeze , are there. ' Hugo masse of fossil oysters awaken Idnplugs forthecotr forts of civilization. "It is in such n place as this tint the re man Is soon to bo taught that the white will not bo checked in their progress tovvur the highest civilization. To teach him th lesson may cost many a precious" llfo , for enl the Indian knows the dim and perilous trail that lead in and out of this most tcrriblo c labyrinths. " CII.VHLES II. Cucsscr. A pure and Reliable Medicine Acompoun fluid extract of roots , leaves , barns nnd bei ric.s is Burdock Blood Hitters. Thov euro n diseases of the blood , liver and kidneys. LOCAL Sl'OKT.3. The Ku y A polios. toovernl members of the club made the ru to Ulalr Saturday night by moonlight. Th trip was' superb one , the roads being smoot and the weather fair. President Mcars returned yesterday from hunt in tbo north western part of the stati Ho made a wholloping kill of gecsoand duel and would have brought back a. scalp or twi hut after killing his Indians ho dlscovorc that ho had lost his scalping knife. Tlio tournament netted the club a snu sum , which comes very handy just now , t there are many Improvements" to be mado. Ahlirh-llvo party Is'on tapis for some ovei ing this week at the club room. Tlio game : becoming very popular with the bykors. It Is the general opinion that Hcferi ICastman made a great mistake hi allowin Potter to return to the track after ho had si | nilicd his Intention of quitting in the rccoi 100-mile race. In n measure it dctracte from the interest in the struggl Tlio Apollo club has within its ranks sorr of the fostoib riders lu the west. There i Fleseher , who holds the two-mllo L. A. V championship record oftho state , nnd Dei man , who holds the ono-mllo state champloi ship , Tugger , the four-hour state champloi ship , and Pixley. Wcrtz , Moars and Holtoi all of whom are up with the bast on ordn arioj. Then there are Dickey , Underwoo nnd Calkins , who c.in hold their own wit any safety rtdors in the -weal. The club racing team , which embraci Donman FloM-her ' and Wcrtz , , 1'lxloy , ; ready and willing to meet any team in , tt stato. Dlckoy , the safety man , will have n no' Ormonde racer next spring , on which ho oj pects to do some good work. Henry Tagger , tbo four-hour champioi has signified his intention of retiring f rni ths racing path. Gcorgo Hoard rode in flno shape in the tei mlle ruco , considering that ho was riding wheel two inches too largo for hlai and the ho hod not been on a wheel for over a ycr until two weeks before tlio race. Goorg was In a fair way to win the race had it n < been for tno referee's foolish move in allov Ing men to leave the tracx and rest up , the returning ana ridlnc the good men oil the ! feet. feet.nioyclcs cannot bo regarded ns "person ! effects. " They are , however , ranked r "household effects" by the treasury dopar ment of t'ao United States at Washington. It is reported that Windlo will rotlro froi the racing path and go into business for hln self , It is noticed with a good deal of intoro : that the disposition ot TUB DUE'S cycloscrll is to cast reflections on the recent Apol ! tournament. Now the Aiwllos wish It to I distinctly understood that they do not euro 1 tight thulr battles In the columns of a now : paper , but prefer to fight them In the prdpe place , namely , ou the "racing path. " The Oinutii : Wnool CluU. The December mooting of the Omol wheel club took place last Tuesday xivenlni Proildont Badollot was in the chair nnd dl posed of a largo amount of regular busiuos with his usual cleverness and dispatch. i'ortorueia was all there , waloU was ut usual , nnd his wblskoM presented n very nirercsslvo front. It Is nururUlnff how rcspon > Biblllty and whiskers fro hand In hand lu this llfo. Porrlo was thcra , too , but forfrol his lack nnd VIM thus handicapped early In the race , Thn kick has been doing business at the old stand since , liowovcr. Cnptnln Emerson was absent ( minded ) , but Is supposed to bo writing n story entitled , "A Midsummer Komnnco , or , An August Trip to lloston , " In which case his absence was ox- cusublo. Gould Dlctz escaped from the social whirl Ion ? onouch to nnsw&r to roll call but made Ills adieu early In the evening to keep a press- liifT engagement. Owing to Indies' ' night conflicting with other social events 11 wns chunked from Thursday to Wednesday night. On this evonlng of each week the freedom of the club will bo extended to Its friends of the fair sex , A high flvo tournament was decided on nnd on Monday evenings the lovers of the prcai Omaha pnme will meet hi frionilly contest , Messrs , Townscml , Seth Hhodes nnd Ltvesaj were unpointed to take charge of tbo tourna ment nnd buy and award prizes. As the O , W. 0. never does things bj li.tlves , a billiard und pool tournament was nlso nrrangfd for , unit Messrs. Muars , I'carcc and Slcfuen wore named ns n committee U manage ttio sport and disarm nil contestant ! before the conflict. On Wednesday evening , December 10 , r muslcalo followed by dancing will bo giver for the O.V. . O. members nnd tholrladj friends. Messrs. Cowle , Hhodcs nnd Mat thews will do the honors und provldo un en joynble programme. A lively party of O , W. C. boys attcndci the theater In n body Wednesday night nni enjoyed themselves as only wheel boys c.m. sH from tbo Wheel. The cold weather is driving the boys from the roail nnd makes thoin appreciate tboit comfortable club quarters. Gould Uletz and Prod Matthews are spend ing Sunday In Chicago. Percy Gibson left Thursday for a ten day's business trip to Sioux City. From "Tho Ladles' Mllo" In the American Athlete , it Is learned that the lady cyclers ol Omaha , Nob. , of whom there are about n ( lo/cn , make practical use of their wheels , Tlio majority are stenographers who ride to and from their ofllecs. It Is announced that Jack Prince is on hi way to Detroit for the purpose of arranging to build a mammoth coliseum , to In the larg est , In America , and Denver sighs "Must wo lese him. " Our government Is adopting ttio blcyclo foi messenger service In many of the depart ments. Secrutnry of War i'roctor roceutlj sold n horse that bad been In the department for years and bought n blcyclo for the mes scngcr's use with the proceeds. Dr. Emery asserts that he Is not a candi date for the presidency ot the L. A.V. . in opposition to James H. Dunn. Mr. Dunn has been a very efllciont executive and has ac complished a great deal for the good of the league , but his campaign ofvorlt Is not 11 u- ished and they could do no bettor than to elect him to succeed himself. Indoor ball is very popular among the Chicago cage cycling clubs , and the public Is growing enthusiastic over this now addition to oui winter sports. A city league to bo composct of wheelmen exclusively is being projected. The Octagon club gave a very pleasant highfiveparty to a number of lady and gen tlemen friends on Monday evening. Coomb ? played with his usual skill and succeeded it : capturing the booby prize , while Towtisom ] walked oil with everything in sight , includ- ng the ilrst prlzo and the admiration of the adlcs. J. 1C. Martin , the soldier who recently wor the hundred mlle race at tlio Apollo club tournament , is a comparatively now man ni bicycling , haviug only ridden about twc months prior to this , his first raco. His riding - ing is certainly that of a novice , but his stayIng - Ing powers are unquestionable , us some ol our older racing m < m can testify , nud exporl once may develop him into a fast rider. Danger and distrust lurks about tbo sub ject of dress criticism , nnd it requires a good deal of moral courage to olTor n suggestion to our fair cyclers , but wo will trust to lucl < ' -A costume foi and auototho followingA : cycling is a gray tweed , or a navy bluu serge it is fastened on the loft siilo wltn bone butj tons , has three rows of mohair braid nrouiu the hem In front of the skirt , sailor collar it twilled cotton singlet in white flannel , peaked cap to match nnd leather belt. " Hiding has been rather quiet for the pas' ' week , and the wheels are gradually boinp laid to rest for the winter. The cold wcathei does not hinder some of our active riders from taking an occasional spin , however , anil the road oQlcers of the Omaha wheel citil w ill bo invited to join in a lido to the Bluff : today. A young wheelman with pale blonde hopci just appearing on the warmest spot of hi ; countenance waiting on the street cornel with the north wind freezing his marrow am ! murmuring in broken accents "Do I see her far oft in the distance ) No yet. Too early I Too early I She could not forget.1 "She would como to the lover who calls hci his , own. Though she trod on the track of a whlstlinf cyclone. " Is a sight ted raw tears from the oyosofthi goddess who sinllos from the keystone of the elevator entrance on Fifteenth and Farunm streets. _ Potty's Wonderful Shooting. OMAHA , Neb. , Dec. 5. To the Sportlui Editor of THE BUR : I wish to call your at tcntlon to a little turkey shooting I witnessci a few days since and which I consider worth' ' of mention. While out walking sever nca" the east end of the bridge I saw a group o riflemen shooting at turkeys. I went down ti the group nnd asked where the turke ; was , when ono of the shooters pointed ui the bar and remarked : ' 'Don't ' you soot standing thoroi" I looked carefully and finally discovered i llttlo dark object that resembled a crow which I soon saw was the turkey. I uskci the distance , and was informed that it wa : 340 measured yards. I watched thorn shoot and saw the sand fly nil about the bird , semite to the loft , some to the right , while some o tbo bullets did not roach more than half wa ; to his turkeyshlp. It looked like foollnf away time , inonoy and ammunition trying t < kill turkeys nt that distance off-hand. Thi last man called was John Petty , ouo of ou oldest nna best known shots. Ho stepped t < the scratch , leveled his "Which ester and ilrcd nnd with a flop or two down went Mr Turkey to the sands with a bullet holi through his body. The shooting continue ! with no further bloodshed uutll It cami Potty's turn again , and again die the turkey join the silent majority. Thi party putting up the turkeys hero objected t < Potty's shooting , and the sport contlnuot until almost dark , when ho was allowed om moro shot , and again , as wonderful ai It maj seem , ho killed his bird. Now , I call this remarkable markablo shooting. Petty fired three shot : ati4U ! yards straight ofT-haud and killed his turkey each time. I understand ho is Just ai handy with a shot gun , und if so is surely i world beater. I have attended many shoot ing matches in the cast , where they shot n turkeys with a dead vest at 100 and 20 ( yards , and then oven each bird brouRb thrlco its value before a feather was ruflled OLI > SUOT. i Yalley'o Iteonrd. The Omaha City clubs say that Mlssout "Valley was not "In it" the past season yen ' with Omaha. But look ut tno following' " ! " aee If they were not : Slliiourl Valley . IT MlisouHVallcyi . 2 M.K.Smltlis . , . . . , . . 14 U. 1V . . . . . . . i Jlljiourl ValU'T 6 Mlisonrl Valley 1 Jl. V. Smiths 4 I'.ilun Musco Mlisourl Vollejr 2 Missouri Vnllcy , ; Cllr titutiina S CltjrbtCMiu JII ) ourl Valley 0 Missouri Valley Crnno Co , 10 CrauoCo ; MIsKiurl Ynllcjr C Missouri Valley , . Cnne Co 1 City ti teams Mlisourl Viillcr. . . . . . . . . & Mltsonrl Valley Kdcil MUH'0 4 Oaiahn Lcagua Team , , . Mhsourl Vnllcjr , Kilon MUJCO Prostol Change ! Gray and faded beard made to assume their original color by apply ing Buckingham's Dye- for the whiskers. I never falls to satisfy. The only railroad train out of Omnht run expressly for the accommodation o Omaha , Counoil Bluffn , Dos Molnos am Chicago business is the Rode Island voa tlbulod limited , leaving Omalitv at 4:8i : p. m. dally. Ticket olllco , 1002 Slxtoontl und Furiuim sts , . Omaha , Dr. Blrnoy euros catarrh , Bco bids Checked the frightful inroads of Scrofula nnd all blood-tninls. Dr. Picrco's Golden. Medical Discovery purifies and enriches the blood , cleanses the system of all impurities , and restores health niul strength. It cures all diseases arising from impnro blood. Consumption is one of them. It's simply lung-scrofula. . In all its ear lier stages , tlio " Discovery " effects a cure. It's easy to BCC why. The medicine that masters scrofula in ono part , is the best remedy for it in another. It is the best. It's war ranted. It's the only blood and lung remedy that's ' guaranteed to benefit or euro , or the money will bo re funded. "No other medicine of its class does it. How many would bo left if they did ? It's the cheapest blood-purifier , Bold through druggists ; ( no "matter how many doses are offered for a dollar , ) because you only pay for the ffood you get. Your money is returned if it doesn't benefit or euro you. Can you ask , moro ? DraEBtte&BBtts Physicians , Surficons'and Specialists , 14OO DOUGLAS STREET OMAHA. NEB. The most widely nna favorably knowm spec ialists In the United Ktntea. Tkclr Ion ex perience , remarkable skill and unlTcnml suc cess In the treatment nnd euro of Ncrvom , Chrcmlotnd Surgical Disease * , entitle these eminent phynloluns to , Uio full confluence of tlio ntUtciou everywhere. They Kuarnntno : A CERTAIN AND 1'O3ITIVE CURE for tne.uwful eUnits ol c.irly vice and the numer ous ovlls that foifou lu Ua train. - v I'lUVATE , HUDOD 'AND SKIN DISEASES speed lljr.oomnletely nnd iiormnnontly cured. NKUVOU8 1)EUIUTY AND SKXUAL. DI8- OUDEHS yield readily totholr akllKul treat ment. PIL.K9 , FISTULA AND REOTAL ULCERS guaranteed cured without puln or detention lr ° n'DHOOElE AND VARIOOOELB perma nently and lucccHsfiilly cured In nvery cose. SYPHILIS. aONOIWHEA , GLEET , Sper- m&torrhoa , Oeir.innl Weakness , LostMnnhood , Night Emissions. Decayed Faculties , Komalo \VeaVcnesa and all delicate disorders peculiar to either BOX positively cured , ns well no all functional disorders that result from youth ful follies or tlio excess of mature yeari. < \TFIfTTI P Guaranteed permanently OlIVlOl U1VL/cured , removal coinploto , without cutting , caustic or dilatation. Cures affected at homo by patleut without u mo ment's pain or annoyance. TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MhN. A TTTF riTll ? The awful effects of . n. OUfxC V/UIVL , early vice which brln s organic weakness , destroying both mind and body , with all Its dreaded ills , pormanenty ; RFTHs Address those who have 1m- i. UL.1 LO paired themselves by Im proper IndulRinco and solitary habits , which ruin both mind and body , unfitting thorn for bunlness. study or innrrlaRO. MA.1UUEI ) MEN or those entering on that happy llfo , aware of physical debility , quickly aSllStCU , MOUB srrooEiss Is baitd upon facts. First PraotloU perl- enc . Heoocd Every cano Is specially itudled , thus itartlng right. ThIrU-M dloInM are prepared in our laboratory exactly to suit eachouo , thus cftoctlngciircs without Injury. Drs. Betts & Betts , 1409 DOUGLAS STREET. OMAHA. NE& PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST , WEST , NORTH and SOUTH AT 1302 Far'nam Street. Harry K Deuel , City PnssonRor nnd Ticket Acront. WANTED , Total Issues of CITIES , . . . . . . . . .j COUNTIES , SCHOOL * * K 11 * V DISTRICTS. WATER COMPANIES , ST. RlRtCOMPANIES , to. Correspondence sollcltcil. N.W.HAnRIS&COMPANY.Bankers , IO3-I65 Dearborn Slroet , CHICAGO. 15 Wall Street.NEW ; YORK. 70 State St. . BOSTON. By the use of Pond's Extract Pain will disappear. Inflammations vanish. Hemorrhages ceaae. RfllLWflYTlMS GflRD U ei TiiniEtSin'OJnk MO. IUVKU.I Arrlres Ol.lKhn , Do pot iptli and MMOII itreeti. _ | Omaha. 10.24 a in Dcnrcr Bay Kiprei ) . 4U1 p ra 10.:5 it ni . . .Donrcr Kipruss , o.U p m ( .40 p m . . . . .llanver Nltflit Cxpreu 8.15 n m f.incpm I.OC.VI . , , . . . . , , V.U ) p ru I Depot 10th miq Mnion slreoti. I Omihx m.Knnin..i | Clly > ay Kxpress. , , , ! C.lop m .IS p miK. C. .NI htKiD. _ Tl t' . Trnni.l OMJ a in T > bs i " "ifixTOfrVAtlVTu. Arffroj" JDmalia. | nopqMOtli anil Miircy troot Onnlm. SW p m . .OYcrlnmlTlyor. , l > .fl p ra 7.30 p in . ' Kxpres ll.4t n ra IO.KJ n ui . . . , . .Dtnter Kipreai 1..U p m n.w n m KnnsiiiClty Kiprfn II OJ n ra 10.15 n in > , , ( nlrflcht KID. ( otcopl Hun. ) . , , : p ra 'lMi > i | Ulire7\T30U.1.3l ; > , reir'lT Arrl > < n Omahn. | U. I'.Jopot , IjHlijinil Mnrcy Sti. | " - ' - - e.10 p m.T.T.NIiiht | Kipreij 100 } n m 11.0) n m Atlantic Eiprmi O.o : p ra j-'W.p raJ..A.Ali.Ve Utmle Ilinlta < 1 , . _ _ ' ' " _ ian < tai T MKFnx'TTFv STXriFIl , ' . " I Arrir > T Uiiuilm. H ; . 1' . depot , lillli nnlHrcy 8U.J Oaiiliy Mia ml . Klmix Cltr l > iisieni , r. . i l-SOpral , . . . . ,8t. Paul Kipreis . . , | . ajn "iRToi i gT . TSfriVdV Umahit. I Depot 1Mb anU Wcbatur 8tn. I Umiilia A9 ? KJ ° 1" . t. Paul II'IUIMUU , MTu. , * tfin'Alllkl Arriros" Omahft. III. I' , depot. IQtli nnj Mnrcy 8M. | Omnlin. "eilO p ml Ctilcnuo Kipren I V.IJ a m II.Vi n m I rhlcnim Riprcss .1 l > . " > 0 D ru Marat I DiiAliA , v Si' . L.OUIM. | Arnvo Unmriiv. | U , I' , ik'pot , IQlli nnd Mnrcrflti. I Onnlio. ) . ; o p | . , . . . . . IAIUU Cnnnnn Hall. . . . . . 112..m p in 8.10 n m.8lo | z City Accommodation , . . 005 p ra 100 p ni . .Hlour City Kxpron ( Ki. Sun. ) . . 13.40 p m 10) p ml St. 1'AUl Limited VM ft in 615 p ni ] . llniifott l'in < oii er.lKr. Sun ) . . ) R. IS i ji 6ncavoTT MTSsotmi IfACIFiiXT SFrTvJT tOiuaha. I 1'epot 15th ml WubUcf u. I Oniihy 10.ro a ml . .St. IxjuU A K. 0. Ktpru s , . . . ! 4.5J p in Ji * ? U "i | . . -HI. Ixiuli A K.C. Kiirim. | . . . | i ; : ara _ 'l * aTe ' | UlIDAUOl ( It. I. A I'XTJTbTLi. | ArriVoj" Transfer I Union Depot , rn.im-n lllnlfi. [ Transfer .SO p ml Nlgbt Kiiinin U.15 n m 9.30 a nil. . Atlantic Kipren 5 6i P ra iOU p m . . . . . .Vmtlbulo Umlteil. 10 M ft ra | CllTCAUOMolll'UWKii'hltS.TAirtvoi l Union Depot. Council lllufti. ITranitor Ix > nvo8 T " " " OMAlFA .V 31' . HOUIR. I Arrives Trutiifor ] Union Depot , Cuunrll ItlufTi iTrnnafor fiunuuuAN Tit AIMS. Kills for IMibllc Printing. STATI : or NIIIIIASKA , ) Ofllco of Stuto lloaidof I'rlutlr.a . } LINCOLN , NovcmhorlSth , Ib90. ) NOTICE TO IllDDIMlH. Sealed proposals will bo rocolvecl at any tlmo on or before two o'clock p. ni. of the ntli day of December , A. 1) . 181)0 , for tbo printing of ull hill for the IcKlsluturo with buch mut ter as may bo ordered by cither house thereof to bo printed in "bill form" which Is shown nml designated as das' ' ? ono ( I ) unacr tbo print- In ? laws ot the Btuto of Nebraska , For tlio printing and binding In papcrcovors of ono thousand (1.003) ( ) copies ouch of thn bien nial reports of the auditor of public accounts , treasurer , secretary of stnte , and commission er of public lands and buildings ; and llvo hun dred (500) ( ) copies ouch of the biennial ropqrtsnf thu attorney Ronbral , superintendent of pub- llo Instruction , state librarian , and adjutant general ; und all other reports und documents thiit mavbiiordcred printed by tbo legisla ture , except such as may cnler Into and form a part of tbo Journals , which class of * ork Is known und designated its class three ( J ) under the printing laws of Nebraska. The bill work , executed under class one , shall bo printed In small pica typo on paper fourteen (14) ( ) Inches IODK by eight and one-halt ( SVi ) Inches wide , sliiRlo page , paper to bo twenty-olsht (23) ( ) pounds double cap to tbo ream , and except the tltlo iiago ; each pu o shall contain not less than twcnty-llvo ( - . " > ) llne.4 ot Milld matter of suvcn ( T ) inches In length und the lines shall bo successively numbered , with a blank only In each space bu- twcon the Hues. The tltlo pase of said bills ahull contain not less thun eighteen (13) ( ) lines ns above , with three ( I ) ) Inches additional space allowable for display title matter. Each bid shall state what tbo bidder Is will- Ill ! ; to do the worlt complete for , per paxo , for two 1m ml rod ( ' . . ' 00) ) copies of each bill ; also the price for additional hundreds that may bo or- dori'dof the sumo bill at the same time as 1ba original px ) ) , Including composition , paper press work , stitching , folding , and all work or , material entorln ; Into the worlc required. All worn executed under class ono shall bo delivered In good older by the-contractor to the olllco of the secretary of state within three days after the receipt ot the Older by said contractor from tbo chairman of the committee ou printing. In either branch of thu legislature. All work oxccutca under class three (3) ( ) sbal bo printed In long primer , brevier and nonua- rlol typo , on paper to bo nlno Incho4 Ions"/ six (0) ( ) Inches wide , single page1 , paper to 1,0 forty-five (15) ( ) pounds to the roam , of twontv- four by thirty-six , white book. Each bid under class three shall state whnt tlio bidder Is willing to do the work complete for , per page , on caoh Report , or Item In the oluis , in- eluding composition , paper , press work , stitching , folding , and nil work or material entering Into the work required. ( Jullcy nnrt page proof must bo furnished when required by the ofllccrs of the uvecutlvo department nr tnn chairman of the committee on printing ; In cither branch ot the legislature , Work when completed to bo delivered freoof expense at thn state house , Proposals for work on o.ioh ot the uboro classes will not bo considered unlosstho same bo accomp-inlod by a bond In the sum ot llvo thousand ( . " ) ,000)dollirs ) : with two or more sure ties ; that In oasotbo party proposing for such contract shall boiiwunlodtliuH-iinomicli partr will , within llvo (5) ( ) days nflor the ananl to him of such contract enter Into bonds fur the faithful performance thereof , as provided by law and the teni.s of those proposals. Proposals shall bo marked , "I'roposals for Public I'rlntlng" and addressr-d to tlio state board of print Inc. Incaroof tbo secretary of state , Lincoln , Neb. Contraction class ono (1) ( ) , as ubovo specified , will bo awarded us u nhole. Contracts on class throo(3 ( > . as above speci fied , will bo nwr.rdcd lu whole or In part us tlio board may elect. , Kamples of the work to bo executed under class ono (1) ( ) , und three ( : i ) , muy bo scea at the ollleo of the seciotary of stito. Contracts on ubovo classes ono ( I ) , and three CD , to run two ( ' . ' ) years from Ucctflabcr The state printing hoard reserves tlio right to reject any or ull bids. t * llKN It. COWDEHV , Bi'crerary of ( ituto T. II. llKNTOX , Auditor ot Publlo Accounts , J. E. HIM. Treasurer , State Hoard of Printing. NiiHttM&t Not I co. To whom It may concern. Notlco Is herebj given that from und after this aato I will no I be responsible for any debts whatsoever con tracted by my children , nnd I hereby ware uny pornon against giving credit to them 01 the Btiongth of my name , Charles Tlotz. Tlotz.djdn ; CUNCD trMktrM * iniilTHLKTUBUlAI EAR CUSHIOIJ > li ri I. r4 4l lU llj. UonforUUt. ! /llt Aiu llluiti l4ko ll Jl rr * r - - - - - ' - : tltf. OMAHA KilllllllCtlirffi a DIRECTORY. BILLIARDS. .BOXES. Tbo Bnmswick-Balko JohuL. Wilkie , ItlllliM nicrrtinn < ll < . o , Omnlm paper box fustorjr , Baleen nutiro ) . I.11M3I9 DoualM. (07 , tCKI S. llHIi street , Oni.ilin , Ontors promptly llllol. BOOK DINDBR3 & STATIONERS. Ouuha Republican Printing Oo. , I.nw briefs , bank niipillo ; < , nn > l ovcr lhlu In the ino. lOthnn.l Donxl.ii utrcoti. Ackormaun Bros. & Hointze , Printer. ' , Wilder * , cloctrotrpcrJ , bbnlc book manu- fncturt'r.i , 1110 llownr.l etroet , Onnln. ' BOOTS AND SHOB3. Charles A , Ooo& Oo , , Kirkondalljonos & 0o , Manufacturers and Job WIiolo ilo Maimfnctnr'K bers. AECIUO for lloitun Uuh- l.cr . Slide Co. , 11W , 1101 , 110 ! ) Itovnnlii tract. mul liuilllnriiov ft. WilHann , Van Acr- W. V. Morse & Co , , f nam & Hartc , Slioo 1'nclorjr , Corner llth and llniik'liH ftti. , Onii. 1212 Ilnrnejr Mrcot , Im , Mm-li nls liivltoil Onmlm , Scb. loo.-ill.init utnmlno. BUTCHERS' SUPPLIES. Louis Holler , Hiitchors' nnrt Tools ft Supplls . lleof , liok' , V xheup c.itlnx * . lllli-IHSJnckion St. OARRIAGBS , BUGGIES , ETC. Oolnmbvn Buggy Oo , , Cnrrlnuos , carts sulkloi , etc. Q. I ) . K.lwimlH. Mnm r. 813-311 South Kill. . CARPETS. | CLOTHING. Omaha Oarpot Oo , , Oilmoro & Euhl. Carpet * , ol ! cloths , rait- Mnniifttoturen ft Whole- tlnjnciirtnlnnooilsot < j. falo t'lolhlcn , 1511 DoiiKliij strooL llWIInrney St. CIGARS. West & Fritschsr , Dean , Armstrong & Mnnufneturors line clears Oo. , Jobbers of lonf tobaccoa. 403 N. 10th Strait IM1 Fnrnnni slrcot. COAL , COKE , ETC. Omaha Ooal,0oko and Ooutant & Squires , Lima Oo. II rt anil soft coal ship- Ilnrdnml noftooil. ' S. U. Cor. llith nml Doug- 1303 Fari'ian ! root , l.i streets , f Omaha Hulbert & Blum , Hnrmcm & Weotb , Ohio Inmp.Ilnck Sprlnzf , Acme lump , finds lump , llxcelslor. Walnut block , \\alnnt nlock nml An- fcrcrncil nut , nnthraclto , thrncltoconl. euiltlilrii ; . ntpnin. OIUcoSUS. 15th at. Ofllco 119 Jf. ICth street. EagloOornica Works , F , Ruemping Manufacture rsofnnlran- Gnlvanltod Iron cornlcoi. lied Iron Cornlco. Dormer wlmUiwB , door wlnao-vcaps.motnlloikv- rnps , flnlals , utc. Tin llghts etc. 1110 nnd 1112 Iron and ulnto roofor. DodKOSt. Sll Knrimm St. DRY GOODS. M. E. Smith & Oo. , Kilpatriok-Koch Dry Dry poods , furnishing Goods OD. , Roods , notions. Dry eoods , notions , cents' Cor. 11 th and Howard sts. Corner iurnlshlnVKOQiK llth and llarnoy ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Wolf Electrical Oo. Illustrated Cutaloguo free. 1C14 Cnplto Avenue. FARM MACHINERY , ETC. Parlin , Orendorff & T. 0. Northwall , Martin Oo. , Qcncrnl woslern nuont Corner Jones and Vthsts. BUandla 1'low Co , Oainhn , Neb. 1310-l" > . 'il Sherman nvo. FLOUR. Broken Bow Boiler R. T , Davis Mill Oo. , Milling Oo. . Ml nt St. Joseph. Oflleo nnd warehouse , Omaha House , 1012 N. lUth street Cor. 6th and Jackson sts. B. F. Oilman , Clemens Oskamp , 'f'K of ready to ratio 10K N. 10th street. Slap Jnclc Mcnl , llnojt rakoi In tlio worlii. C , i : . lllnck , - Manager. KW-1215 8. Wth street. FURNITURE AND CARPETS. Dewey& Stone Pur- Ohas. Shiverick 4s Oo , nituro Oo. , . Furniture and Carpets. Furniture nnd carpets , 1115-1119 Furnnm strcot , 1200-1210 Farnnm St. CrENTS1 FURNISHINGGOODS. . Schneider & Loomis , J. T , Robinson Notion Oo. , Jobbers and Importers of Gents' furnishing ( rood ! . notions and furnishing in'f'K cclobrutad brand goods , "lliiokskln" ovornlls , pant-i , shirts , coats , oto. 1111 Howard street. Cor. 12th ana Howard st ? . GLASS , PAINT , OIL AND DRUGS. Kennard Glass and J. A , Tullor & Oo , , Paint Oo. , Stroat , U03-HIJ Harney stroot. Omaha , Nob. Omaha. William Omnmings , Blake , Bruce CllnndCI'J HouthlClhSt. , DOG-003 I/cavonworth st. Omnlm , Neb. Oiuahn , Kcb. GROOBRIES. Paxtou dc Gallagher , Meyer & Eaapko , 1K-\U S. 10th street , H03-H05 llarnoy street , Omnhu , Nob. Omnlm , Nub. , .WOOL , HIDES , TALLoW Goo , Oborao & Oo. , J , 8. Smith & Oo , , (13 8. IJtli street , 1IW-U13 Oranha , Omaha. IRON WORKS. Paxton & Viorling Omaha Safe & Iron Iron Works , Works Wrought nml cast Iron , bulMlngworlc. engine' , Mnntifn Urn nn < 1 biirglnr brnx work , KPtioriil proof sifos , Tautti , JMl ( n mlrr ninehlrm nml work , Iron Miuttors ami blacksmith < work. IT. 1' , tire o.'cnptn. (1 , An- Hr. and Kill st. ilrernl lib A Jackson it- * Acnio Iron and \Vira Wilson & Drake , Works , M'fg tiiluilnr fluov fir * Iron , irlrannil br.m ir'ki. box boilers , tanks , t &I2H. IGth Ktropt , \V. lloolil , 1'roiirlotor. I'loroonnl 10th streets. LITHOaRAPHINGK Eeos Priutiug Oo. LltliOKrnpliInK , Prlntlnt anil illnnlc llooln. Itth nnd Howard St . LIQUORS. Her & Oo , , William Darst , ' Liquor Merrliint * . Wines , Jl < inors anil Ct- 111' . ! llnrncy Mruut. . ' ' Knrs. MnmiruFtur'rn Kpnnody's lnst ! India Illlturi. 1313 Kiirntm at , , Omaha E. R , Grotto , Frank Dollono & Oo. , Importer nml Jobber of Uquorsnml OemilnoNo- Wines unit I.lquor * Bill nml Lvnvcnworlh Hts , Tncln Clsnrs. I'rlcc lints on application 120o Douglas Street. L , Kirsohti Oo.i A. Trick & Oo. , Wholesale I.lquorlloalors Wholesale I.lquorDcalcra 407 nml 4098. lOtli fit. (01 F03 S. 10th PI. LUMBER. G.W. Douglass & Co , John A. WakofioUl , Imporlrd.Ainerlrnn.rort Hardwood Lumber , InmlOment.MlhTMikee llyitraullu Cemi'nt anil 1310 North 10th Strojt. ( julncyVlilto Lima. Oharloa R. Lee , Wyatt-Billiard Lumber Ilnnlwood lumber , wood carpets nn I p.iniuot ber Ofl ; llooi liu. Ptli nml Doiiitlns. VOth nml Iznrd Streets , Fred W. Gray , Louis Bradford , Mme , Ccmont , Kto. , ito. : I.umbor , limp , cemcntel < j Cor. Oth and lon lai. street. MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. 0 , A. Stonohill , I , Obcrfelder & Oo. , Millinery , Notions Importers nnd Jobbers In CUnki , ito : Mllllncrr. M3iOnnir. south llth 110-118 S. ICthSt , Omaha street. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS , ETC. Max Meyer & Bro. Oo. A , Hospe , Jr. , M'fVJowolerx. dealers In Pianos , Orcnns , Artists' musical Instruments , etc. , Mntcrlnls , Kto. , Fnrnam nnd Kith. 151,1 DoiiRlus Street. OILS. Consolidated Tank Line Oo. Kenned and lubricating oili , nxlrt ercaip , ctu. A. II. lllshop , Manager. OYSTERS. A , Booth Packing Oo. , Pllltt & Oo , , Oysters , fish nml canucd "Tiger brand , " fresh oys Roods. ters , Omnlmlirnnch , 1303 I.cavcnwortli. 315 und 817 Howard. PAPER. PLATING. Carpenter Paper Oo. , Western Plating W'ks ' Carry n full stock of Gold , silver and nickel _ anil plntlng on all metals , wrapping printing , inhlonare , ctc.rcplatOl. ( writing paper , card pa I'olMilnalirim ftclinn- per , etc. dellorwork. 1114 lei ) ! o. PRODUOB , OOMMISSION. Kibbel & Smith , Schroeder & Oo. , Dcalero In country prod Cash buyers butter nnd uce , frulta , vi'Kotublo H , nml general com- etc. iilon iiivrclmntH , 1207 Howard street. SunthlHli ntroct. Phelpa Bros. , E. B. Branch & Oo , , Country produce , fruits , Produce , frulta of all etc. Vlndi , oysters , 1215 Howard street , 1211 Howard street. 0. Eosso & Co. , Eobjrt Purvis , , 121T Howard street. ForelKn , California and Wrlto for prices on butter tropical fruits , ter , CIJKS , poultry and 121 Howard strost dime. Bates & Oo , , Country produce , frulti , vegetable * , grooorii' etc. 41I-4llS.aiithPSt. ' RUBBER GOODS , EIO. Omaha Rubber Oo , , Manufacturing nn I Jo'j- tie all klmli , rubber Hood * . 1003 Kurmim strnot. SAFB3. SEEDS. A. L. Deano & Oo , , Emerson Seed Oo , , General ntrentn for Hall'a Boed urowors , ( lotion in Hnfps. Knritcn. urass , Kralna S21 and 3JI South 10th St. , tree i'Ol < , Oniulia. 4J-(2J | ( South Uth. SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , ETC. M , A. Disbrow & Oo. , Bohn Sash & Door Oo. Mtnnfacturcrs of eash , Manufacturers of mould- doors , bltndn ami \tigi \ , blinds , doorJ , Mouldlnjc * . llrnucliof- cia , ttco , I''tli unit Iznrd sti. 18th and Clark ntrceti. SYRUPS. STOVES. Farrell & Oompiny , D affyTro wbrldga \Vholcsa1o manrncturors Stova M-iuufao'g ' Oa. ( tyrupa Mnniifaitur'u atovoianl tdV . 217-210 South 8th street. 1213-1315 7caTcnworth st. TEA , OOFFBB , SPIOBS , OIQAR3. Consolidated Ooffoa Company , HHamlHlG Ilurnoyst , Omaha , Nob. STEAM AND WATER SUPPLIES TJ. S. Wind Engluo Sc A. L , Stnng & Sons , Pump Oo. , llnlllilny wind inllH. 013 1002-1001 Farnnm strcel , nnd VU Janet xt. ( I. V. Oninha , Nob. Hess , actinic innimKor. Orano Oompany , lloso belline , pncklns , itoampuiupi , plumbliu KOUltS. UTJ-31 riirniii final. LADIES ONLY UftftlP F MAUE REGULATOR , HlfiUlU nu OottMii tea uajr or money r < funded , lly mnll tl. Sfournly tealed from ob- MrrMlon. COU/C UKJUED1T CO. , Qm > lt.Kt . KoiiliADllJ O.N1Y nr , I Uuo1 * I'erlodloal Tills lliel'ri'ncli remedy , act on the uionilriuil lyitem Rail cu 9 lupprenlon from wh tomr cauia. I'romotf Biunitruntlon. Thuia pills should not lia taken dur- .Die prvgnnncy. Am. I'll I Co. , Itornlty 1'ropi. , rJpan. c r , CUy Co. , IB. Guuulnsby Hlmnnun & McConnelL podge it. , no rl' . 0.Ounli J U JL. Melcher , SouU ( OuHum M. 1 > , ttlUi , Couuoll Ulufli. ti , or 1 ( ot U.