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    CHARLES POWELL ,
OF THK PEACE Comer lEth and
JUSTICE St . , CmahaNcb.
WM , SISEBAL ,
AT LAW Room 6. CrelRhton
kTTOBNET Ht. , OMAHA. KKB.
D. L THOMAS.
TT'iaKKT AT LAW Loins money , bnyi
_ aud tolls rc.i ! estute. Room 8 , Crolghton
Lioct.
A. C , TROUP ,
L TTOUNET AT LAW Office In Sanscom1 *
A. Block , will , e-orga E. Prttchett , 1BO
ftmhaei St. _ OMAHA. KKB.
L THOMAS ,
TTGEJfEV AT LAW Cruicltnk Bnlld
A. M. CHADWICS ,
TTQRNEY AT LAW Offlee ISOi Faruham
A.tr et.
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r AWVEE Office la Cretshtoa Slock , next U
\J \ PotiO ta. OM/U NEEKABEA
SOTA.M fraud. COLLEOTIOFB UADX
O'BeKB 5 BAP.TLETT ,
Attorneys-at-Law ,
OFnCE-Uulon Sloek.HHocUc.h ani ? Farnhanai
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ARBACH BLOCK , CUR. DOU3ISTH STS.
OilAHA. NE2.
- W. J. Connell ,
Attorney-at-La w.
Office : Ffjnt Nwai. a ; 3Wrs , In Hwizcom's
iew brick LuliJiEf , Jf. W.omei Fifteenth and
Parnham Slrcetg
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Attorneja-at-Law ,
Epedt. * fiitenllr.3 wU be giveu to all tuU !
igtdnzt ccrjx > rV.I < n ? o ! every description ; will
practice in = 1 the Court * ci the State and the
United State : Office. Parnham St. , opposite
Court
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a TTORNKT AT LAW ttoom 6 CrotgUon
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S. F. MAKDERSHH ,
AT LAW-MS ramium ttnet
Lrroasrr Nebraska.
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RICHAROS & HUNT ,
Attorncys-at-Law.
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BT THE USE OF
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PILE REMEDY.
fKTERNAL , EXTERNAL , AND
5TCHIN6 PILES
at oaoo on the application of Dt
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totil the drain on tbo aystem prodoee
permanent disability , -but bay It ,
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IDBppI'catlon. AddrcH
HE DR , BOSANKO MEDICINE CO.
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THE COLOMBO
BUSINESS COLLEGE
This Institution , located at Denver , Colorado ,
tha Educational and Commercial center ot the
West , Is pre-eminently the best and most practi
cal ot Its kind for the
MERCANTILE TRAINING
OF
Young Men and Ladies.
G. W. FOSTER , President ,
f D. W. CADY , Secretary ,
„ . The most extensive , thorough and complete
nstltntlon of the kind In the world. Thousands
ot accountants and Business men , in the prin
cipal cities and towns ot the United States , owe
' - their success to our course ot training.
The Bieht Kind of Education for
Young Men and Ladies , .
Flno , new brlcV block , at Junction ot three
Street car lines Elopmtlj fitted and furnished
apartments for the application of and carrying
out of our novel and systematic methods of
BUSINESS
Youn- men who contemplate a busmcss life ,
and parents having sons to educate , are particu
larly requested to send for our new Circular ,
which will give full information as to terms ,
onditloa ot entrance , etc. Address
. G , W. IOSTEE , President ,
" e-3m Denver , Colorado.
PTTE DATL ? BEE.
OMAHA PUBLISHING COPROPRIETORS. .
$16 Parvham , bet. Stk and lOtk Strettt
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
1 Copy 1 year , In advance ( postpaid.J3.00 )
emontrV " V7 .oo
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TIME TABLES
THE MAILS.
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C&fSt. . Joe 6:80 a. m.
B. City 4 P , 630a.m.
U. P. E.B. , ll : a.m.
O. & B , T. to Lincoln , 10 a. m.
B. * M.R.R.,8Oa.m. :
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0. fcN. W. B.B. , 11 . m. , 11 p. m.
O.B. & 6..11 a.m. , 9-SOp.m.
C.R-I.lP.ll .Jn. , 11p.m.
C. B. k St. Joe. , U a-m. , 11 p. m.
U. P. B. R. , 4pm.
0. fcK. V. from Lincoln. ISUO p. m ,
8 City &P. , lla. m.
B. &M. lnheb.,4p-m.
Local malls for States Iowa leave bat onoe
diy , vis : 10 a m.
Office open from 12 to 1 p , m. Snndayi.
THOMAS F. HALL. Postmarter.
Arrival And Departure of
Trains
UNION PACIFIC.
LzMVZ. ARRIVE.
Dally Express . .12:15 p.m. BSSp.tn
do Mixed eaop-m. , t:2Sp.m ,
do rrelshtr..5.SOa."m. 1:10 p. n ? .
do do -.8:15 a. m. 12:20 a.m.
TIMK CARD OF THE BURLINGTON.
UATI01UHA.
Expreaa. . . . .8:10 : p. m. . ,
lUll 6M x m. Hall 10 K ) p. m.
Snndayg Excepted. Sundays Exceptod.
CHICAOO.IROCE ISLAND & PACIFia
Hall . -.6:00 . m. 1 Mall . 10:00 p. m.
Express . BtOp.m.Expro8 : | . . . .10Oa.m ,
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN.
Mill . _ .6 0a.m.Man | . _ 7 : > Pn'
K * press. . . . 8W pi m. | Express . . . .10 0 a. m.
Snndayi excepted.
KANSAS CITT.ST. JOE k COUNCIL BLUFFS.
til VI .
Hall . -.80 a. jn. I Express . 7 : < 0 , m.
Express . 6KK ) p.m. | Hafl . 7s Unu
The only line rnnnlnz Pullman Bleeping Cars
out o ! Omaha to Union Depot.
OMAHA & NORTHWESTERN AND | 8IOUX
CITY & PACIFIC KAILROADS.
Express . 8:00 a. m. | Fxpress - i:30 : p m.
DiOly Except Sundays.
B. & M. R. B. In NEBRASKA.
tUVXi ARKIVB ,
Exprew8W m I Freight . 8 JO a m
Freight . fl.65 p m [ Expreis . 4:10 : pm
SIOUI CITY & ST. PAUL R. B.
HJ1. . . . . . - eao a ml Express . 100 am
Erpreas . 8.40pm M i . 720 p m
WABASH , ST. LOU13 ft PACIFIC.
LSIVIS. AKBTVSS.
Hall . - 8 a. m. I MaU - Ui5 . m
Express..3:40 : p. m. [ Express . 455 p. m.
BRIDGE DIVISION U. P. R. B.
Le ve Omab , dally ; 8 a. m. , 8 a. m. , 10 a m. ,
11 s. m. . Ip. m. , Sp. m. , 8p.mBp. m,8p.
D. ,
r > ve Conndl Blnfls ; 8S6 a. m. , 8S5 a. m , ,
10.-S5 a m. , 11 6 a. m. , 1SB p m. , ! S5 p. m. ,
8:25 : p. m. , 635 p. m. , 8S6 p. m. ,
Four trips on Sunday , leaving Omaha at 9 and 11
a. m. , 2 and E p. m. ; Ooundl Blofls at 8.2i ,
tl:26 a m. , and Z3b and 625 p. m.
Leare rmaha6 a. m. , 7 x ro. . SSO . m. , 1
p. in. , 4.50 p. m. , 7 5 p. m. ,
Leave Conncll Bluffs : 6:16 a.m , , 9:10 : a. m. ,
11:40 am.5:25p m , 7.KX ) p. m. , 7 0 p. m.
Dalir except Sunday.
OVAAA & REPUBLICAN VALI YR. .
LJAVl , 1KKITB.
Mail . 10:45 a. m. , 4-J5 p. m.
DillT except Sundays.
SANTA OL , AUS FOUND.
Qreateat UlBcovery of the Age.
Wonocrfuldlsco rIeslnthtworldb > Tebocnmade
Amonc other thlnes where Santa ( Sana stayed
Children ott ask U he makes coeds or not ,
If rMlly he Bf es In a mountain of snow.
L-st jx-ar an excursion Billed clear to the Pols
And suddenly dropped Into what secmedl Ike ahols
Where Bender of Renders they found a newland ,
tfhlle falry-llka btlnps appeared on each hand.
There were mountains like ours , with more
beautiful green ,
And far brighter skies than ever were seen ,
Birds with the hues of a rainbow were found ,
While flower * o ! exqulilte fragrance were grow
Ing around. , ,
Not long were they left to wonder In doubt
A being coon came they had beard much about ,
Twas Santa Claus1 self and thlathey all say ,
3e 1 soked like the picture f esee every day.
He drove np a team that looked very queer ,
Twas a team f Kraashoppors Instead of reindeer ,
He rode In a shell Instead of a sleigh ,
But he took them on board and drove them
Ho showed them all over his wonderful realm ,
And factories making goods for women and men
Furriers were working on hats great and Email ,
To Bonce's they said they were sending them aL
tCrls Klnglo , the Glove Maker , told them at once ,
All our Gloves we are sending to Bunco ,
Santa showed them suspenders and many thing *
more.
Saying I alee took these to friend Bonce's store.
S nta Claus then whispered a secret he'd tell ,
As In Omaha every one knew Bunco well ,
Ho therefore should send his goods to his can ,
Knowing his friends will get their full share.
Now remember ye dwellers in Omaha town ,
All who want presonti to Bunco's go round ,
For shirts , collars , or gloves great and small ,
Send your sister or aunt one and alL
Bunco , Champion Hatter of the West , Donelai
I eat. Orah *
A new and hitherto unknown remedy for all
diseases ot the Kidneys , Bladder , and Urinary
It will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop-
BrlehVsDlscase , Inability to retain or expell
ay ,
tne Urine. Catarrh of the E adder , high ookred
and scanty crlne , Painful Unnatlng , LAME
BACK , General Weakness , and all Female Com-
plaints.
It avoidi Internal modldnes. Is certain In it
effects and cures when nothine else can.
For sale by all Druggists or sent by mail free
upon receipt of the price , $2.00.
DAY NEY PAD CO. , PROFR8 ,
Toledo , O.
GT8 your addrese for oar little book ,
How 9 was Saved. "
MK8 1 . ISII. Aeent for Hebraak * .
CHARLES RIEWE ,
UNDERTAKER !
Uetallc Cases , Oofflns , Caskets , Shrouds , etc.
Faro m tree . . Dthandllth. Onwha , Neb
Telegraphic orders promptly attended to.
TECABESKI"
FIND MADE BY A SUETKYING PAKTY ON
THE ENCHANTED MOUNTAIN.
Seattle Intelllreuctr.
A short time since , as a surveying
-party was prospecting and exploring
the mountain pass east of Seattle for
a favorable railroad route , they met
with a moat remarkable incident , aa
follows : As the advanced flagman ar
rived at an eminence on the divided
ridge of the moantainstheresaddenly
appeared before him the image of a
man holding a spear in a menacing
attitude. The flagman waa startled
and retreated a few pacea , and as he
did EO the startling sentinel slowly
sank down out of sight. The
chainman called to the members
of the party and summoned them to
the spot. In the parly was an Indian
who manifested great fright , and
stated that this was the enchanted
mountain , called by the tribe "Teca-
beskl , " or gut-sticker , for the fact
that an Indian had many years before
been wounded by this same Image ,
and that it had suddenly disappeared
after doing the act ot violence. The
party of surveyors were not so much
intimidated but that tcey set to work
* o unearth this great mystery. After
removing a considerable amount of
dirt they came to the spear and im
age , which was so arranged that the
additional weight of a man would
cause the spear and imago
TO EISE OUT OF TIIE EARTH ,
and , on the removal of the additional
weight , immediately sink down again ,
The question at once presented itself ,
why this arrangement ) The liberal
use of the spade soon rendered the
cause apparent. A considerable quan
tity of the goods was found cached or
hidden away underneath In a very
good slate of preservation , and in the
rocks near by were found certain let
ters written in the Russian language.
Further explorations revealed anotner
deposit of goods , but those of a blue
color were found much rotten , and
consequently worthless. These de
posits were found perfectly dry
and well preserved , considering
the length of time they must have re
mained there. Evidence there found
indicate that there is still another de
posit of considerable value , supposed
to contain from 850,000 to $60,000 in
Russian gold. The whole affair has
been kept very quiet , as.tho discover
ers * Intend returning in the summer ,
as eoon as the snow goes off , and
thoroughly explore the vicinity for the
still unearthed deposit. Nicola
TromboskyfurnishesThelntelligencer
with the following explanation of HDW
these goods came in the mountains.
A great uncle of his , Oclman by
name , of Massachusetts , was the first
man that ever
HOISTED THE AMEBICAN FLAO.
[ n Russia. "My fatherfor many years
was in command of the Lady Madison ,
a ehip owned by Jacob "Barker , of
New York , and engaged in the Rus
sian trade. My father married a Rus
sian lady ill the city of Cronsfadt ,
Rmeia , a Miss Tromboaky. My motn-
er had tbreu brothers. One was op *
pointed consul to Brazil at Santa Oa-
taina , one remained at homo in Rus
sia and the third held an important
command in Alaska. In the year
1816 my uncle was in the Russian set
tlement iu California , and started
with a guard of soldiers to go to the
Russian settlement in Alaska , over
knd , partly to explore the country
and partly to trade with the Indians.
The party consisted of twenty five
traders and twenty-seven soldiers , un
der command of my uncle. William
Trombosky. Before starting ho wrote
to my nncle in Russia a detailed ac
count of the expedition , of whom
composed , the amount of money and
goods carried , etc It appears the
PARTY WAS DELATED IN STARTING ,
and the winter in the mountains came
on amonth earliorthan , it was suppos
ed. They went up northwest of the
Cascade range of mountains for the
better grass afforded for their ani
mals. When In a pass in the moun
tains east of the Sound they were over
taken by a severe snowstorm which
caused them to lose all their animals ,
and hence they had no alternative butte
to cache their goods and gold as best
they could. After coming out of the
mountains the party was in a weak
and exhausted condition. On their
way to the Sound they were attack
ed by a body of Flathead In
dians , and all killed but two , a soldier
and a packer , who , after a series of
hairbreadth escapes , a year afterward
arrived in Alaska and told the story
of the fate of their party and their
terrible misfortunes. " A party was
sent out by 'he government to find
and recover the goods and money , but
their efforts proved fruitless , and af
ter a year's absence they relumed.
That deposit , of great value , has not
yet been found , but remains in those
mountains to some day reward who
ever is so tortenate as to discover and
unearth it. "
Ericsson's Torpedo Gun.
Ericsson's torpedo gun/now that it
is fully explained and the errors of
earlier accounts are corrected , proves
to be an extreme and formidable ap
plication of the ordinary shell gun.
The new torpedo boat , like most ves
sels of its class , is a long , narrow , ar
mor plated , turtle-backed , meatless
vessel , sunk nearly to the water line.
Its armament consists of a single bow-
gun , seven feet under water , of six
teen inches caliber , made of wrought
iron , hooped with steel , but as the gun
is not intended to sustain the shock of
a heavy chargealtogether lighter than
any other gun of its size. From this
gun is fired with a charge of gun
powder what is called a tor
pedo , bat which is simpler to consider
a shell , chatged with 250 pounds nf
dynamite. This shell leaves the ves
sel at the extremely low initial veloc
ity of 250 feet a lecond , oas-tenth
the velocity of a shot from a rifled
cannon , and about the speed of an
arrow. The range of such a shot is ,
of course , low , but the torpedo-boat
Is expected to run np to within 400 or
500 fee't of the iron-clad it is attackIng -
Ing , point blank range. Its safety at
this distance from the broadside of a
modern iron-clad la secured by its
speed , its small exposure and its ar
mor plating sixteen inches thick
over its low deck. Any vessel
struck with a projectile containing
250 pounds of dynamite will be
doomed. No ironclad in the world
could stand such a mine , and , at ( the
point blank range proposed , hitting
the hullof _ a war vessel will be easy.
It is scarcely necessary to say that the
great inventor ha& crowded his torpe
do boat with a multitude of Ingenious
devices. Its engines , ita steering-
gear , sunk ten feet under water , and
the apparatus for loading the gun ,
firing it , and clearing it of water are
all proofs of Mr. Ericsson's redund
ant skill In meeting mechanical diffi
culties All these remain to be proved.
His experiments so far appear to have
demonstrated that a shell loaded with
250 pounds of dynamite can , with a
low charge of powder , be successfully
fired from a gun under water. This
is the first of the difficulties to be
met , and experts will probably be in
clined to regard it as the most serious.
If the new torpedo boat works , the
problem of coast defense will be
practically solved for every nation
like our own , chiefly anxious to de
fend a long coast line.
South African Keptllea.
Snnkc Story In New York News.
I was wearied by a long day's hunt
ing , when , close to my feet , and by
my bedside , some glittering substance
caught my eye. I stopped to pick it
up , but ere my hand reached It , the
truth flashed across me it was a
Boakcl Had I followed my first
natural impulse , I should have sprung
away ; but not being able to clearly
see in what position the reptile was
Ijing , or which way his head was
pointed , I controlled myself , and
remained rooted breathlessly to
the spot. Straining my eyes , but
moving not > m inch , I at length
clearly distinguished a huge puff adder
the most deadly snake in the colony ,
whose bite would have tent me to the
other world in an hour or two. I
watched him in silent honor ; his head
was from me so such the worse ; for
this anake , unlike any other , always
rises and strikes back. He did not
move ; he wna aahep. Not " iring to
shuffle my feet , lest he should awake
and spring at me , I took a jump
backward that would have done
loner to a gymnastic master ,
and thus darted outside the door of
; 'iO ' room With a thick etick , I then
returned and settled his worship.
Some parts of South Africa swarm
with snakes ; none are free from them.
I have known three men killed by one
of them in ona harvest , on a farm in
Olipbant's Hoek. There is a immense
variety of them , the deadliest being
the puff adder , a thick and compara
tively short snake. Its bite will kill
occasionally within an hour. One of
my friends lost a favorite and valu
able horse by its bite in less than two
lours after the attack. It ia a slug
gish reptile , and , therefore more dan
gerous ; for , instead of rushing away ,
ike its fellows , at the sound of approaching
preaching footsteps , it half raises its
lead and hisses.
A Mute uan
The East Portland ( Oregon ) Tele-
; ram gives the following account of
the manner in which one of the mute
Inmates of the insane asylum near
chat city suddenly recovered his
speech : For years Mr. Anderson , a
dumb inmate oi the asylum , has
plodded along attending to his duties
is a trusty , faithful being , unable to
speak a word. He war always in
readiness to aislst the keepers in any
way within his power , in a cheerful
and contented manner. All efforts
to bring back the use of his vocal or
gans , which had been silent for many
years , were In vain , and he was told
that he could never again speak.
OnSunday last the inmates were given
a romp In the handsome grove , which
is surrounded by a high wall , In order
to sun themselves. One of the inmaea ,
a rather wild individual , imagined he
was a squirrel , and away he went
scampering up one of the tall fir trees
to its most topmost branches , and
would neither return to solid ground
for pleadings and threats. As usual
Anderson was near at hand and vol
unteered to go up and bring him back.
The poor unfortunates who were in
the yard at the time were greatly
pleased , and laughed and shouted
joyfully as Anderson' climbed from
branch to branch toward the top. He
had climbed about thirty feet from
the ground when a limb broke
and down came Anderson bouncing
among the branches , finality sitting
down npon the grenn'd like the ham *
mer of a pile driver. The wardens
expected to see him killed or knocked
senseless , but they were doomed to
astonishment , as Anderson sprang to
his feet and burst out in a volley of
profanity that would have put a
trooper to blush. He kept np swear
ing without intermission 'for at least
ten minutes , while everybody was
transfixed with astonishment. He
had recovered his speech and to-day
can talk as well as any person , and to
say that he is delighted in consequence
quence of his fall is a rawing it mildly
If you are troubled with fever and ague , dumb
ague , billions fever , Jaundice , dyspepsia , or any
dliefte of the liver , blood or stomach , and wish
to get well , try the new remedy , Prof. Gull-
mette's French Liver Pad. Ask your druggist
for ltt\nd take no other , and if he has not got
it send $150 in a letter to the French Pad Co. ,
Toledo , O. , and receive one by return mail.
ArrHonest Medicine tfreoof Onarge
Of all medicines advertised to cure
any affection of the Throat , Chest or
Lungs , we know of none we can rec
ommend as highly aa DR. KINO'S NEW
DISCOVERY for Consumption. Coughs ,
Oolda , Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fe
ver , Hoarseness , Tickling in the
Throat , loss of voice , etc. This med
icine does positively cure , and that
where everything else has failed. No
medicine can show one-half so many
positive and permanent cures as have
already been effected by this truly
wonderful remedy. For Asthma and
Bronchitis it is a perfect specific , cur
ing the very worst cases in the short
est time possible. We say by al
means give it a trial. Trial bottles
free. Regular size $1.00. For sale by
8lly ( ) J. K. ISH , Omaha.
Bnccien'B Arnica Salve
The BIST SALVE in the world for
Onta , Bruises , Sores , TJlcers , Salt
Rheum , Fever Sores , Tetter , Chapp
ed-Hands , Chilblains , Corns , and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve
li guaranteed to give perfect satiafac-
tlcd in every c&so or money re funded ,
Price 25"cents per box. For sale by
8dly J. K. ISH Omaha.
45 Tears befo
THE GENUINE
DR.C.McLANE'S
LIVEJl PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ilia that flesh is Leir to. " but in
affections of the Liver , and in all Bilious
Complaints. Dyspepsia , and Sick Head
ache , or diseases of that character , they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid.
with the impression.McLANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of 0. UcLtNE nnd FLEMING BEOS.
ft& Insist upon having the genuine
DR. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS , pre
pared b"
FLEMING BROS. , Pittsburgh , Pa. ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name JlcLane , spelled differently ,
but same pronunciation.
mw TO CORE
CONSUMPTION , COUGHS ,
Colds , Asthma , Croup ,
All diseases of the Tnroat , Lungs , and
Pulmonary Organs.
USEACOOUD1NOTO DIRECTIONS
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
UNLIKE PILLS
AND TH 3 USUAL PURGATIVES , IS PLEAS-
AM TO TAKE : , An4 nlll proreatoncethomnst
potent nnd harmless SYSTEM RENOVATOR
and CLEANSER that has yet he'n brought to
public notice. For CONSTIPATION , BILIOU1-
NES3 , HEADACHF , PILE' , and all dl-o ders
irlslng from an obstructed state of the system ,
t Is incomparably the bo < > t curatlvt cxt .nt.
Avoid imitations ; Insist on getting thi article
called for.
TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE Is putJp in
oronzcd tin boxes only. Price CO cents. Ask
yourdruirgist for Descriptive Pamphlet , or ad
dress the proprietor ,
J. E. HETHERINGTON ,
Now York or San Fianciaco.
Before Purchasing AST FORM ot go-Called
ELECTRIC BELT ,
Band , or Appliance repr sented to cure Nervous ,
Chronic and Specia' Disease ; , send to the PUL
VERUACHERaALVANICCO , 513 Montgomery
Street , San Francisco , Ca' . , for their Free
Pamphlet and "The Electric Review , " and you
will save time , health and money. The P. G.
Co. are the only dealers in Genuine Electric Ap
pliances on the American Continent.
Tarrant's Saltzer Aperient ,
A rare for Indlgeat'on frightful ,
A bubbling beverage delightful ;
A remedy for every ailment
tVer which tbo Dillons make bewallment.
A laxative , though mild , effective ,
A tonic , nervinond corrective ;
An anodyne and snporlflc ,
A wonderful SALCTS SPBOIF o
Kir bodying : every rare Ingredient
That mother Nature deemed expedient ,
With kindly liberal baud to flinj
Into the famous Peltier Spring.
To Nervous Sufferers-The Great
European Kemedy Dr , J ,
B , Simpson's Specific
Medicine ,
Ills a post tire core forSpermatorrhea , Seminal
Weakness , Impotency , and ail dtseasea resulting ;
from Self-Abuse , as Mental Anxiety Long ot
Memory , Pains la the Back or Side , and dtoeases
that Itad to
Consumption
Insanity and
an early grave
The Specific
Vfedldne is
being use
wlta wonder
ful success.
Pamphlet *
sent free to alL Write for them and icot full
pirtlculars.
Price. Specific , $1.00 per package , or six pack
ages ( or $5.00. Address all orders to
J. B SIMPSON MEDICINE CO. ,
Noa. ' Wand 106 Main St. , Buffalo..N. Y.
Sold In maha bv 0. F. Goodman , J. W. Bell
I , E. I ah nd all drnegisa everywhere.
Cures and never disap
points. The world's great Pain.-
Reliever for Man and Boast.
Cheap , quick and rolin blo4
PITCHERS CASTOlvZ4
is uot Narc < piSc. Chiltlrcii
grow fat upon , Mothers like ,
and Physician recommend
C ASTORIA. Itregnilatesthe
Bowels , cures Wind Colic ,
allays Feverislmess , and de
stroys "Worms.
WEI DE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cnro , a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
dy , l > y Absorption. Tlio mo t
Important Discovery ainoo Vac
cination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh , thi cares at
any stage oofore Consumption
sets in.
SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC
AND
St , Paul & Sioux City
RAILROADS.
The Old BelMlle Sioux City Route I
100 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE 1
From COtmOIL BLUFFS to
ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULTJTH , or BISMARCK ,
And all points In Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
Dakota. Thin lln ? Is equipped with the Im
proved Wcstlughouse Automatic Air Brakeaand
Miller Platform Coupler and Buffer. And for
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMFORT
Is unsurpassed. Elegant Drawing Room and
Sleeping Cnnowne ) < l and controlled by the com
pany , run Through Without Change between
Union Paclflc Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs ,
and St. Paul. Trains leave the Union Pacific
Transfer Depot at Council Bluffs , nt 5:15 p in. ,
reaching Sioux City at 10:20 p. m , and St. Paul
at 11:05 a. m , making
HOURS IN ADVANCE o
ANT OTHEE Rourz.
Returning , leave St. Paul at 8:30 : p. m. , ar-
rlvbg at Sioux City at 4:15 : a. m. , and Union
Pacific Transfer Depot , Council Bluffs , at 9:50 :
a. m. Be sure that your tickets read via "S. C.
k P. R. B. " F. C. HILLS ,
Superintendent , Missouri Valley , Iowa
P. E. ROBINSON , Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. H. O'BBYAN ,
and Passenger Agent ,
Cnnndl Bin Hi
MAKE NO MISTAKE !
MICA AXLE GEEASE
Composed largely of powdered mica and isinzlaai
u the boat and cheapest lubricator In the world
U Is the best becauBci t does not gum , but forms
a highly polished surtaco over the axle , dolni :
away Kith a largo amount of friction. It is the
cheapest because you need use but half the
quantity In greielng your wagon that yon woull
ot any other axle grease made , and then run
your nagon twice as long. It answers cq "ally
as well for 11111 Gearing , Threshing Machines ,
Buggies , &c. . as for wagons Send for Pocket
Cyclopcdlaof Things Worth Snowing. Mailed
free to any address
MICA MANUFACTURING CO. ,
81 MICHIGAN AVENUE.
CHICAGO.
j -Ask Your Dealer For It
o < : t20 tl
FEVER AND AGUE.
3
Thereto no dvillied nation In the Western
Hemisphere in which the utility of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters as a tonic , coir.clivc , and anti-
bilious medicine , Is not known and appreciated.
While It la a modidna 'or all staaont and all
climates , It la especially united to the comp alnta
generated by the tteotlier , being the purest and
test vegetable stimulant in th" world
For sale by Drugglsu and dealers , to whom ap
ply for Hoitettert Almanic for 1E81.
GO EAST
-VIA THK
Chicago & K
2,380 MILES OF HOAD !
It to the SHORT. SUKE and Safe Bonto Betwssn
COUNCIL BLUFFS
, MILWAUKEE
.i J all > ! T n. ' TT fcrnl NOKTD
rr or-EKS r. I.-AVSUKO
OREVTERACJLJTISs AND XORY
4PVJ .7AGB3 TITAN ANT
OTHER ROAC l >
THE WEST
It b tut O : . T ! iO > .D Utttc-n
COUNCIL BLUFFS uid CBICA i
Upon whld. is roe
PUT Li ! AH1 HOTEL CMIS !
In mlJuioa to theeoinj to please all eliwes ot
travelers , It rive * FIB8T-OLA83 MEALS at Its
EATING STATIONS at 10 cents each.
ITS TRACK IS STHl RAILS 1 -
ITS COACHES ARE THE FINEST !
ITS EQUIPMENT FIRST CLASS
If yon wish the Bail Traveling Accommoda
tions you will bny your ticket by this Boat *
STAND WILL TAKE If ONE OTHER.
All Ticket Agents an 811 von Tbronih Ticket *
Via this road and Check nsnal EAR-
tra i Kree of Charge
OHAHA TICKET OFFICES 1SW Fambam St. ,
Cor. Hth. and at Union Pacific Depot.
DENSER OFFICE In Colorruo Central and
Union PcHc Ticket Office.
8AS FRASCISCO OFFICE 2 Naw Mont om-
eryStreet.
For Information , folders , mips , etc. , cot ob
tainable at Home Ticket Office , addreaa any
agent of the Company , or
MARVIN HUCH1TT , . 5TEHHITT ,
Gaul H nar , OenT Paw. Azent ,
CHICAGO , ILL
JAHES T. CLARK ,
flenl Act Omaha * Council Bluffs.
THROUGH TO CH'CACO '
Without Change of Carsl
CHICAGO
BURLINGTON &
: B..A.IILRO.A.D : : : _
With Smooth ind Perfect Track , ElcB nt rs-
sen < er Oaches , ant ?
PULLMAN SLEEFU S OINIKO OAP8
It If acknowledged by t'ns Tjsa , and at. wrc
travel U7 r It , u > be the Best AnpoLUt-1 JUM
Beat ManaireJ lioAd In tue Couittr. .
PASSBNGBRS QOING BAST
Should Dear In mind that thta U tl.o
BEST ROUTE TO CHICAGO ,
And Points Eaat. Kortb aiid Northwest.
Passengers by this Route have choice of
FOUR DIFFERENT ROUTES.
And the Advantage of Six Dally IJncs ol PaUce
Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
New York CityWithout Ohango
All Express Trains on thU line are equipped with
the Vcstinv house PaUnt Air B-akaand
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and
Couplers , the most Pci/ect / Pro
tection Against Acci
dents in the worU
PULLMAH PAUCESLEEPINC MR U'NINC CARS
Ar runontn Burlington Route.
Information conocrnlaf Hcutea , Kates , lime
Connection * , etc. , will bf cheerfully given by
app'yinc t the office of tfcg tiurlii gton honto.
61. { 1'ourtecntn Street , Omaha Nebraska
C.E PERKINS. D V. HITCHCOCK ,
Qcn'l J'ansier. Gen. V.'eat'n Pass Az't.
J 0. PIIILL1PPI. St Jo . ; vo
General Agent , Omata.
H P. DUEL.
fer-I-dl Hcket Agent Omxbx
11 UNI :
188O.
K. S. , ST. JOE & C. B. B , B. ,
Is tha or.Iy Direct f.Ino to
ST. LOUIS AN THE BAST
From OMAHA ad the WEST.
No change of car * between Omaha and Ht. Locla
and but cna between OmaLa and New York.
SIX DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
RZACHIiJ iLL
Eastern & Western Cities
With lees charges and In advance of other lines.
This entire line is equipped with Pnllman's
Palace Slceplne Cars , Palace Day Coach-
oi.Mlller'B Safnty Platform and
Conpier and tha celebrated
Westlnghoose Alr-Brake.
JS EE THAT TOUR TICKET READST *
3"Via Kansas City , St. Joseph India
* 3"C < rancllBlnflsK.R.vla StlJ
ta lo andJ3t.Loulg.-Hi
Ticko's for sale at all conpon stations In the
West.
J. F. BARNARD , A. C. DAWE3 ,
Oen'l Supt. , Oen'l Paas. ft Ticket Ae't
St. Josenh. Mo St. Joseph , Mo ,
W 0. SEACIIIIKST , Ticket Agen. !
I'M Farnhau Street ,
ANDTBORDES , A. B. BARNARD ,
Pass. Acont , Omaha. Oen'rl Acent , Omaha
WROUGHT IRON FENCES.
, Wir9 Fencing and IUIIm < a Speciality.
Their l > eauty , permanence and economy
dully workln ; the extinction of all fencing1
cheap material. n .T
Elegant In doslsn. Indestructible
Fences for Lawna , Public Grounds and ! Oemo-
tery Plats.
Iron Va es , Lawn Setteoa , canopied " nd of
rustic patterns ; Chain and every desertptlin of
Iron and Wire omamantal work dealmed anil
manufactured hy E T. BARJTUJrst Wire and
* r-nW rk , 7 , 29 and 31 Woodward Ave , De
troit , Mich. Sen" " "iaa -auiogue ami
price list. sepZt
KIDNEGEN ia highly recommended and unsurpassed for Weaker
or Foul Kidneys , Dropsy , Bright'a Disease , Loss of Energy ,
JN ervous Debility , or any Obstructions arising : from Kidney or
Bladder niseases. Also for Yellow Fever Blood and Kidney
Poisoning , in infected malarial sections.
IS-By Ihe distillation of a FOREST LEAF ulth JUSIPER BERRIES and BARLEY MALT w hart
discovered KIDNEGFX.which actsupociCctllvon the KIdnevs and Urinary Organ * , removlnx mlurioet
dcpoclta formed In the bladder and pr tenting any itriinlog , smarting sensation heat 01 irritation
In the membranous H Ins of tha ducta or water p-usage It excltrt ahealthy action In the EIdo yi
giving 'hem ttranjcth , vliror and restorimr these or ang to a heslthy condition , showlug IU ttfect *
oa both the color and easy flow of urine. It can bo taken at all times , in all climates and nndertU
circumstances without injury to the system. Unlike any other prep imtlon for Kidney difflcultle *
It nan verj pleasant an I ajreeibU taste and flavor It h been ditflcult to make a preparation
conUlulng positive nlurcilc propntleg which wiU not nauseate , but be acceptable to the stomach
BeforetakingacyfjvermedLinu.tryabottle of KONEQKK to CLEAUSK the KIDNEYS from
foul matter Try It anJ y iu will always n i ! t as a fjmilr medicino. Ladles especially will Uka it
and Gentlemen will flnd KIDNEOE.V the test Kidney Tjnic ever nsedl
NOTICE Each bott'e Hearst tha sign tura of LAWRENCE 4 MARTIK. asoa Proprietary Gorwn
ment Stamp , which permits KIDSEGEIf to be sold ( without license ) by DrngglsM , Grocers and
Other Persons everywhere.
Put up in Quart size Bottles for General and Family Use.
If not found at your DrugxisUorGrocera , we will send a bottle prepaid to the nearest exprea
office to you
LAWRENCE & MARTIN , Proprietors , Chicago , Ills.
Sold by DKUGGISTS , GEOOEES and DEALEES everywhere
Wholesale acnts in Omi'.o . , STEELE , JOHNSON & CO . Mil supply the -rvlo at nunuHctoi
prices.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE OROGRAPHY O < fHI COUNTRY ,
. SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP , THAT THg _ f.
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN THE EAST frTHE l ttfc
Sta mala line runs from Cbkfwo Council
rluiT ! , poMlnx thnrexn Jol'ot. Ottc ft , La Sillo.
Oeneaeo , Moline. llo" * bleed iwvecport. Vent
LUony , Iowa City , Maroreo , Broo 'yn. 'Jrlnncll ,
i > 09 Uuinai ( the capital of lowai.aicnrt. Atlan
tic , and Avoco : iritn Branches iro-'t Hiireu
Junction to Peorls : Wlltoc Junction to Mssca-
Or.o. Wanlnpton. . fainlcm , K.lc , Belinsp
C < Mitrovlli , ITlacelon. Trenton. 'MinUc. Cama-
rnn. Ixave2worth , Atcbbon. acJ Hanan * Lltr :
Waanlnmon to blaocrney , Oskalooea , and Knox-
vlllo. Keoiul to rurmlniKGn , Uonaporta- Ben *
tonsDort , Independent , hlclurj. tttanna. Sildj-
T.liP.Oiktt'nooa. ' I'olin.AI mroc. Bed Ues Moinea ;
Newton to lonroG ; iiosMoine tQlndlAao&aaa
Wlntoraet ; AtLint tnl ewtAondAiulstia ! ! ; oziU
A oca to llarlan. 'Kiis U positively tie onlr
llallroad. which owm , an < 2 operate * s Uuougn
Uno from Chlctitro Into tae Statn or Kan M-
ThroniiQ Express Pessenaer Trains. wlUi J iJI-
man alace Cars attached , ara run each war jai < T
uetween CHICAGO nnd I'EORLA. KAJTRAB Crrr.
CCOSCIL 11LU7FS. L.KAT : fWOUTn and ATCni-
SON. IbrnaKhcimareauoruntx ! !
K3O Jd Knnsas City , v i the "i
UocKlslanJ Sho.Une. . "
The "Oreat Uoct Islana" . . . . . . .
equipped. Its road beJ Is Mmolr " * " - JCt.uullti
tmesis laid with steel rails.
What will please roa most will tx > the pleasure
of onlojInK your meat * , wnlla passing overUu
beautifnl prairies of Illinois and Iowa , In ODO or
nnrmaKnlflcent UlnlnK Cars that acvompanr ill
Through Express Trains. You KOI an entire
meal. 03 eooa as Is served In any flrst-clus hotel ,
forseventy-nve cents.
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
people prefer separate apartments for different
purposes ( and the Immense p uuenser business
of this line warranting It ) , we arc- pleased to an
nounce that this Compan } runs Pullman jMlott
Sltcvinv Can for sleeping purposes , and Palace
IXninaCan for eating pnrp" * SOQlr. OWKVt
great feature of tur Palace Can U a 8M > Hi
SALOON nere yon can enjoy your H - <
at all nonn of the day.
Mamincent Iron Urtclae * spaa tie MMM > .
and Mlraonrl rivers at ul point * crowed > * vr-
line , and transf era are arolded at Connd ntft'
Kansas City. Leavenwonh , and AMhijor .
nectlons beingziado In Untoa Depot * .
TUB fItlNCIt > AI < ft. It. ONNKCnuO } . f
TI113 ( JUG AT TilHOLUa 1XHK AAV V
At rnicAoo.wttn Knot t >
and Bnnth.
it. iW.itVIl.IWs.
At WAflniNQTOir HXJQBTS. Wttil P. . U *
At Ll HAU.E. wf.4 III. Oral , B. R
W.I ULMli : anaT.KfcW.'lMk.
At rUXK leiwUfD wltQ "Mllwauke.
Uasd Xjort Line. " and Rock Isl'd & L
At UAYINMJUT. wlta tha Davenport
. . . .
At W28TLT8EBTT.wltllth B..aR.4 >
At UUINHELJ , Tlth Central Iowa U. It.
AtUsaMoin.J.wlttiD M-K.D II. Ix
AtCocrscil. BLUrrs , with Union Padac -
A. wlta B. A Mo. B. U. iu fiat-
At OTTUMWA. wltn Central loweB-K
St. L 4 Pac , mS C. B. it. O K. OOa.
A * KEOKDK. wltn l-ot. Peo. A War.t W * *
Loni APnoaik18t.UK8a4ff.-Vy.K * 5 *
At CAMKRO.V. with 11. Ht. J. K.K.
At ATCtuaox. wita AtcnTooeta ft D88 *
A ten. i Neb. and fen. Br. tL JvBTidi.
At LCAVKXVOKia. Wtt& IttBAo7 -
Cent. K. lUta.
At KANSAS CJTT.wiUi &aBen < orta >
andSonUiwett.
PCI.T.KAN PALACE CARS - run thrnnzh to JPEOKIA , W MOtu
COU.NCHL. 11IVUFFS. KANSAM CITY. A TCUIMON. and A-EAVEXWOKTHT
Ticket * vlu thU JLlnr , known nn the "Oreat Itaclt Jtland Koqtc , " are * ! -
11 Ticket \KCDU In the United State * find Cunotlo *
for Info-mat ICQ not oblnlnuble at yoor borne ticket office , MUre * * .
A. KIMlB VXjL. E. ST. JOHN ,
Qeal Bupfirintendent. tton'l Tit. aaa
And Everything pertaining to the Furniture m
Upholstery Trade.
A COMPLETE ASSOeraEHT OF HEW GOODS AT THL
JPIRIOIES-
. SJbAJL V 3E83Et.XO3
ip ! 1 mou th ut 1208 and 12/0 / Ftimliiim Stre i.
D ! . R. IIISDOX.
General Insurance Agent ,
RK > .NT > :
PHCEX1I ASSOHea..f . Ion-
don , CashAweta J5407.12I
ESTCHESTEK , N. Y. , CipIUl l.OOO.O.i
THE JIERCHAN IS , of NewarkN. J. , I.OCC.OO
QIRARU FinE.PhiKd'Iphh.CapItal. . l.OO ,00V
NOBTHWE3TKBK NATlOXAf.Cap-
| UI DOC.COO
FIREHEK'3 FUND , CallfomU 800.
HIUTISn AMERICA AS3URNCECo 1.2CO.CCO
NEWA IK FIRE IN3. CO. , Asete . . . 8OCO (
AMKRICAF CENTRAL , Araet ? STXJ ICO
3 sst Cor. nl Fifteenth & DonzlM St.
OMAHA. HYK.
HAMBURG AMERIC N PACKET CQ.'S
Weekly Line oi Steamships
Leaving New Tork E ry Thursday at S p. m.
For
England , France and Germany.
For Passage apply to
G. B. RICHARD & CO. ,
Pusengei Agent * ,
Broadway , New Tork
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3T ( ioutQt fro A ldre .Tn 6Co.PortladM .
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