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    I THl-i DAILY UJUti : SATURDAN FEBUUA-Rv 11. 1882.
Deere & Oomp'y.
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MANUFACTURERS OF PLOWS , MOLING , ILL ,
Wholesale Dealers in
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,
Council Bluffs , -Iowa.
Miine * Wagon Do. Farm and Spring Wagons ,
Deere ft Mansur Oo. Ooru Planters , Stalk Gutters , &o , ,
' MolinePuinp Oo , Wood and Iron Pumps ,
Wheel & Seeder OoFountain , Oity Drills and Seoflow ,
Moohanioslmrg Maoli , OoBaker Grain Drills ,
Shawnee Agrionltural OoAdvauoo Hay Rakes ,
Met Manufacturing OoEureka Power and Hand Shelters ,
Whitman Agricultural Oo , Shelters , Road Scrapers , &o , ,
Moline Scale Oo- Victor Standard Scales ,
A , 0 , Fish Raoino Buggies ,
AND DEALERS IN
All Articles Required to Make a Complete Stock.
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SXSXSTX * 3EO35C CJ XITjS .I.OCS-'O'aaS.
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Address All Communications to
DEERE & COMPANY ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. iUi.3mc"iu
W. B. A1ILLARD. . JOHNSON.
MI LARD & JOHNSON ,
tf U ajTBVl Ha 3
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
REFERENCES
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELK , JOHNSON * CO. ,
TOOTLE , MAUL fc CO.
OTTCSTS r IAFWOftM J ? fH
STtELfc , JQHraSDN & bit , ,
W
AND JOBBERS IN
Flcur , "Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGAKS 1BD IAWMCTUEED' TOBACCO
Agents for BENWODD NAILS AND LAFLIN & RAND POWDER GO
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
AND
ST - r I vy
Mining and Milling Company.
Working Capital . - $3M,000
Capital S.ock , $1,000,000
Par Value ol Hlurto , - - - - - - - - $211,000
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BBAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J I , THOMAS , President , Cummliifl , Wyoinlnj , ' .
WM. E TILTOX. Vltc.ProBldciit , Cuniinlns , Wyoming
K N. HAUWOOI ) , Secretary , Ciimmliii , Wjomlnj , ' .
A. n LU.VN , Troamuor , Cuinmlnii , Wjomlni ;
Dr. J. I. Thomfia. I oulu Miller W , & . Ilramel , A , 0 Dunn
K.N. Harwood : FranclB Lea\cti8. Oio , It I'alox IxiwlBColumn ,
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Dr. J C. Walking.
no22mc&m OKO. W. KKNDAI.L , Aulhor'zul Aent ( lor Sale ol Stotk ; \clj.
FOSTER & CRAY
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WHOLESALE-
LUMBER , COAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
-DEALERS IN-
NALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
'OETRY ' OP THB TIMES.
Jilted.
\ whit1 n MIOW. once jears nito ,
See now , 'IH iitiuly amber !
. . . .mig the D ( rl . .crtiol hUrotfly11'1" '
\boitiii1nin her "hut"iiiiil "If" ,
- - - ' - - -
lUvlilltUIke--
ho nlwn\ wrote mi "White 1 nlil Notes ) "
lust fid iti uu fti litlttlu
'hit one mi lit cruel \\lthn touch.
tixt'lior' Yiw , I tUil , UTV much ,
l.ouvl tinA \cry little.
'on in y ptTti'ti It it y > \ \ choo o ;
1 uo' finglU' llmser li.vi ullteit ,
,111 tliU H l-nt fiuloil leaf ,
Vithuiilch I nioek ho KM tn ln.it rlcf
Thnt toinivt hum Ijtl K jlllvil.
'lint Miir nf ink 1 used to think ,
When this } unti-jellow ,
V tiny tcnr liml left thitt ntnin ,
' s ? X..I llt < lieliht in ther.iin.
Who's hut The other fillow.
It HiulTukiMi.
Why U she H ) cold ? It Is became
I till ted ill the lull ?
Or ! < it Hint , on New YcniV Day ,
1 liml not tinio to call ?
1'crhnpi Rho ime itt I c l lo
iii lit Tlwin , sou on thu stair * ;
lint Ihduouo itUvMys due * m
At ho e heifcUy oiiii.li .litiiu * .
Can itah , no , ll must not I e ?
All clo illicit do no h.iitn ;
lint I ntn lost If I hu\e hurt
Her Micci'intvd innil
"Oscur WiUlo. "
O'er the lou h in d st itny * en
OMB "An-tlie ic" cnttio ;
All thuw.i > ft in "llliijjllaml"-
lli sear \o < hN jumo.
Wo lui\o ftMi eiintuli of him ,
tOn tln'x li ippj 'horu :
Xow let Ottnf KII luck home ,
"Vutv hoOH pcfure. "
Let jiin. h i i > t the Marry ting
lli'Kli nboxe Ills lioot.
Anil a mis tlie Mutiny neu
S.iil his , . ) fiulont.
WAKI : Ikmiittit , .
PEPPERMINT DROPS.
Breeches ol dtenrnm Occur Wildt's.
"Anuthcr lie nail it , ' as the wag re
arked.when th mcu'lmnt tacked up it
LII ; , "At cost.RochtMtor [ Kxprem.
To got nhu d , go to the ImUher'ti anil
juy r.tlf's head , Of cimrur , if y m lime
onu iilre.idy , jon in odn't go. No coin
minion , jou mow.
Leading out i.f thuillago of Hope , N.
T. , it 11 rn\eied budge , npon which some
body has urittun : "Who enter * huiu
leaves Ho , e hchiml. "
A ( . 'let eland mail got desperate , re
tolved t ) loinniit Miimde , an \\cntuudittu
n iiistiii d | Ht > at a niilwiiy ie.it.xnn\iit
Hoston I'ost , It wat an ovmlo-o and the
iuniire.co\rreil ,
A Mestuii < dltor itceixt'd rt letter frotiL
a suh'crilici arkiii him to publish a curt
for apiiletruu uoi.ns. llo ie\liuil \ ) tlt.it lit
could nut MI.gist cute until hu Unuvv
wh.it ai ud the \vonns ,
An f.xch.uige printan * alilu tuticlu on
Hints on ] low to Go to hlcup. " It m
tiO ! most coininci j * ailicleo u\eriuiu
iiiin | thu HUI jvu . SVoeio fiikt iis'cci
bufoio we had got , half 'tinDujjli it , "
.Snow i * nsufnl to the miull hey for
0\eliiib' imijioies. Jlf uill ( litf H ll.ilf I
block's length of p.i h for ten cent8 , wheiu
ns : i man would coolly ask beventy-five.
cents for no name job.New [ linver
Jtegister.
It tv.ii.iit ti 1 they lintl fought ten mill
utcs and ihe other ftllow wns on top o
him , jamming his head into the mini , thu' '
the oherill excl imcd : "i inn an officer
I luxe authority o surest yon ! " And then
the other fellow tlionti d ' ' \
dVcll : , old IIOSH
your authority d ciu'thoiiu to bo wortl
a cus ! "
It is feared that tlio ice crop w. H ininec
hy being- left out in the c Id on Momln ;
n fht Loolc out fen hiyh rutea. Sum
mer before luht the cxcune wan a scarcitj
ot ice ; hint summer there W.IH \ lenty o
ice , ho much in tact that it took mor
horses to entry it around to ctistomcrc
next Hummer there must bo an excupoo
bomo kind , anil it it bo true that tlio cro ;
has thus e.ir y been fie tbittun , thu ic
dealers have iohing ) to ftar. [ Bo toi
Tr-.tiscnpt.
"Ah , BO you are i ho joung man fron
Uetnany who wihhoi to learn the b mine *
mo your' Baid a New Haven incichaiit ro
centiy. "Yen , nir , " waH ( he reBpcctfu.
reply. "Let'H tee. Are you nuick in
ligureHr" "Tolerably. " "It a niiuiHhould
buy 1 0 yardit of calico at 13 coats a yard ,
how much woul i it " "
come to ? "A man
that would j ay 13 cents a yard for calico
when he could get it in the trtarkct for
fem entH , 15 oil for immediate ca-h ,
would come to want mighty sudden " The
young nun was engaged.
Thanks.
Tims. Howard , liiadford , ! ' & . , writcn :
" I enclnHO iimnov for Spring Jjljhuom , n
I Biiid I would if it cured me ; my djHpep-
Bia has \anixhed with all itH xymptomH.
Many thanliH ; I i-hall never bo without it
in the hotihc. " 1'rico nu centH , trial bottle *
10 cents. U-eod
BDUQA'ION L NOTES
The tfitul amount given to Wills Col-
lejio by the late ICduin 15 , .MoiL'uiJH S'Jjri.-
000.
Julynn , Miss IJi stall and
M terlni\e just taken matinmntical lion-
urs at the I'niveisityof Cambriilgo.
I'Miii ursh nnivcndty liaH3a37Htndent ,
thuHJioolof Medl ino taking the luger
pioportion 1,038. 'J be niiivurvity lian 37
itiiihn Biindci nix een years of a e.
Tlio col inpimtion ; hnn come up in 1'lush-
ing , L , 1. JWgro children wtro reetntly
uilmitted to th high xch'ool , but a nuin-
oioiiBly Hlgnt'd peti ion has betn K-nt the
board of education tn withdraw them ,
and it will urobnbly bo done.
Thu Deaf .Mnto Hawkeye. puliliVlicd al
the deaf ninl dumb/ institute , C nncil
Mlnff , states thut "in round numbers
tbeio i ie r 0 duif i hildren iti trie Hate of
school agf. Of that number we bavo in
school 2.'tI. This luives U71 ! growing up
witlinut the adv.int iges of iiihtruction. "
Thu proponed Hyutem of meLlmnical in-
K'ruU on at Clraril college is to i epnt int-i
ilfect at ( incf. An eijieiiiiifiit of this
nort was madu \cri l yeuis ago , but was
sooii uliiindniieil the only remaining tracu
of it being u 'boo i-liop uhcro iniirt of the
repiilriiu rcijuired in the collo.e ban been
dune.
Tlmlsiao IHcli bnpicst , amoiinlfnt ' , to
( iser a.O'JO.OIH ) . placet lioitun nniviTcity
Ii'-yoiitl the pr iMbihlynf fiiinnclallri uble.
In c < 'inmi'iiior.itl'.ii of Kali's gene-oHlty ,
the nnherwi-y lm tsiabli hed m the
uciiuemlo department clxt\.four fr o
Hcbol wliljiH , which will hndixi'I'd iriunllj
betuceii young men an J youn < vonii n ,
A Mil las bttn introduced in tlm Iowa
legislature to create a state board nf fx-
aininerH , and totncournge training In the
cienco and art of teacbiuL' , It provides
that one of the board ( diali bo u woman.
Two Clausen of certificates are to bo Issued
to candidates. Those pasxii g examina
tion in orthography , rending , wilting ,
arithmetic g-ograiihy , Unif\\nh \ \ Kriimmer ,
history of the United Staten. algebra ,
botany , natural phll sophy , drawing , civil
goveinmint , toiibtitntion and Hehool laws
of Iowa , and dldactlcH , are t < i receive u
Htato ctrtificale , whMi anthori/cH the
teacher to teaoli for fivu years in the pub.
lip schools of the state. Another will bo
Bixen to candldatei iiasfing eximiiiatlon
In thu BtudieH rcqulrctl to Hitltle them to
the Btate certificate , and in addition there ,
to pasting examinatlnn and geometry ,
trfgonomttry. chpmi try , zoology , Keol'
ogv , nHtronomy , political economy , rh t.
eric , JCngllsh llterftture. general history and
such other ntudlei a the board of exam.
[ Hers uay mjuiie ,
Fashlonc.
' rrc poticiico ! S , K Chronjclc
The Jnpnncso wonr no jewelry. No
nr.piureuig is practiced here , and
lioro is tn > iliiplny nntonjj the ottrio-
otitlors of the hundred and om > tn-
lispotiRablo nrticloh that i n to nwko
ip the toilet of the f.ishimmblo l 'llc
if uostern civilitmti. ! . The custom
if ontoriiiK n .Inpniicso luniso unshod
m inortt n id good IMISI > in it. The
leers nro covoroit with n tunttiii
undo iiboul olio ntid diu < half iuchoa
hick , and in piuccR "f nlw < ut six foot
iy three foi't in iliinoiisioiu
ro nmdo of straw placed upon n
rnmn anil tied togothrr , and tiion n
lioco of woven iniittiiii ; tiuili' for this
tso plncotl over it , and the whuh-
xnintl on thu sides mid ends to pin-
oct the udfjrs , These piocon cov r
ho limit's of thu rooi.is. Wovriii ( :
hoes would soon destroy thorn and
au'p thoni lillod with dirt. At tlioir
ncnls tltoj * place tlioir laciinat | > d tfa >
ipon thotlooi , so that it iK'Cdini.s the
ttblo.
The ortromitiea n' ' Ihc.Inpanoso aio
inuly niottldud. 'I'ho li.iudn of the
Noniuii , ospucinlly ) ro oxooptionidly
mall mid tlolicnte , mmi t diipiopor-
ionntoly ao , wliuii cuiiiiMrod with
'uiopoftU hnitdH , Tiny lii\o docji ,
ilnunid shnpod imih , wit'i , i doltMto
: oiiil pink 1111 0. The oxprt'SMnu of
ho hand in almost infantile - dolic.ito-
y phini | ) mid rounded , mift mid tloxi-
) lositli olojjsntly tapiitiiij ; liimuiH ,
, nd nltogethor Bjininotiic.il. They
lave also very Bin.ill foot ntid buaiiti-
"ally turned nnldoH. but wh.it they
ire this proudest of is tluMrlivr.
[ ImiilB nro loft uncoM'H'd for the htm
mil wind to toy with , the foot am no-
cuatoincd to wooden cloi s , but the
mir is thd tiling of Do.uitytltat locoivcn
ittontion , mid is the objout of olnbo-
rate care and artistic skill. The only
> rimnioiits worn aio placed in the
uur , and are always in shari ) contrast
with the glossy bl.iuknes.i of tlioir
jusaos , Uoral 'jriuinoiits mo the
favorites ? Tortoiao shell Hpoars , pins
ind darts with coral attachments are
itlixed in the coiU'mo in profusion.
Boniotiiiios a narrow co nl > id worn ,
but not as a nmltor of oriiainont.
Strings of coral beads are utilized
with bountiful ollout in ( Iresnitig the
Hair. Coiat is to tlio < ) .ipine o woman
what the dimnond is to the Ktiropoan
a thing of bounty mid a joy
fin over. Dressing the hair in a mys
tery Umtdoin.inds the services of mi
oxpcit , and is a profession. All the
women employ hair drown * , it b ing
a matter of impossibility for onu to
arrnngo the hair in duo style herself.
There is no negligence about this bua-
inocfl , mid the style of to-day tippo.un
to ha\o been in \ogue for a long
period , an the delineation of old cus
toms show the Btiino management of
the hair , as well as the ongnml character
actor of this app.irol. _ It will ho a
long while beloro the people , IIH a
nation , discard tlu-ir peculiar diess in
favor of foreign innovations. There
is a comf jrt and ease connected with
their girmunts tha. coinniends thoin
to general use.
How Ho Earned Ilia Promotion.
The chief clerk of a French mer
chant recently received mi invitation
to a masked ball at his employer' . * ,
and was the envy of his cjmr.idoH. It
was considered n mark of very great
f'ivor , and was looked upon an a wigi
that ho ivould soon be offered a place
in the firm itself. Itosolvcd to do all
ho could to make the occasion a suc
cess , ho npent n good deaf of time ami
considerable money in devising ami
making his mubquorudo costume
which , after long deliberation , lie resolved
solved , should bo that of n monkey
Then ho spent.i week learning a num
ber of tricks -grinning , clambering
on the chimney , sprinninijovor tlio bed
balancing himself on the back of n
chair. The evening camo. Hu rang
the boll , Hung Ilia overcoat into th
servant's anna and with n grin am'
chatter turned a somerset under thi
chandalier. The gentlemen utooi
Htupefied , the ladies screamed , liii
mask prevented him front seeing
much , but the noise encouraged bin
to bound over the sofa mid throw
down a cabinet of old china At this
moment a hand seized him , tore of )
his mask , mid the voice of his employer
ployor asked him what ho meant h ,
his infernal conduct , lioforo ho coul
explain he ua * hustled out of thu
house , learning by onu glimpse tha
the rest of the company was in even
ing drops. 'I he next day ho was son
lor , and entered the oflice will
trembling knees , " 1 had the pleasun
of a visit from you Just owning ,
Nifd the gentleniiui. "Yes , sirtlinl
is - 1 " "No excuses , " said the
other , "no excuses -1 have rained
your salary. 1 noticed you were over
looked for promotion last year. Good
morning , shut the door after yon. "
"Well , I'll be , " said the clerk , go
ing out , His employer had made an
early investigation into the matter ,
and found that thu other clerkn had
"put up a job" on the young man by
Bondini' him a bogus invitation , Jhs
employer made things even by promoting
meting him over their heads.
Incredible.
F. A. Fjciatch , druggist , Kuthvoii ,
Out , writes "I have the greatest
confidence in your IJunnicK Ui.oon
DIITKIIH. In onu case with which lam
personally acquainted their micci KB
WIIH almost incredible. Onu lady fold
me that half a bottlu did her nioro
good than hundreds of dollars' worth
of inedicinu nho had previously
taken. " I'nco ? 1.CO , tiial ni/u 10
ciiiitH. Iw-eid ,
COUNSELOR AT LAW
J. H. McCULLCCH ,
Itoom 4 , CrcUhton IJloik , Klftunth Ktrut.
JjnlU 3ni
John G. Jacobs ,
( Kcriuorly nf GInh& Jacobs , )
UNDERTAKER i
NOTICE.
Kztklel'Dimmll , of.Ulah'lcrrltor } , and Kratik
Dunmll , oltlut-latu ol Iowa , Mill tuku notlio
that Jtmo H it ) im did , on tlio 17lli dny cl Janii-
arj , 186Z , fllo In Ihr County Court of lioucla *
Count ) , a | itlllon | o rnim tie judKniint 10
( ovirtdhy him In mid court axulnut the eald
r'zeHtl and Trunk IJurnail , en the tth da > ol
January , 1678 , lor tlio mm ol fHO < 6 , ( l iuajiii
mi < xklH ) , uid ; irayliif that ciatutlftn hu
nuaidcd lor Ilio balance runoliliK dut , and It
WOH | licrci > | * > n ordcrcil that thutald Fzcklcl
Duruall nii'l Frank Iiurnall ihow caute on or
I'Cfore thu till day cl March , IBM , why Hie Bald
judKH cut ihould not In rut Ivul
wrnrar * wi jjijviini
lly ( lajkiori ll Hunt , hit Attc rnt-r. .
OMAIIJ , KtLrury 2d , U62. / ' "
bLACK-DRAUOHT" m < ikca chlllg
. ' 10 Cars
i > MAHA & CHICAGO ,
, ; t rt'ort Miittttt'on .ut
' < 1.\1'IX PAIl UNK. 'M
11 VdUK. ' ! > ) } > rn .
V i'LA-'K . ! I'\
< 1M nMOUK ,
V < 1)INO1ON
KNl.i.l \hll.Uli I 'IM' A
The Short Line via. Peoria
KOI INDIANAVOUH , CINOINNAT1 , 1 OU13
V1L ! I , niul llHilnl ; In theBI
-BI .A.CZTC.
rnr KMT UNI
.For ST. LOUIS ,
\\horoillrcct connections nrenin1olntlioUi.ini
Uci > ot with the Through Hlcciilnit C r
Llm tor AI.I. V'OINTfl
fSOTTTC-JBi.
HEW LINE" > DESN909K S
THK PAVOUITK IIOUTK KOll
Rock Island
The iiiiwivMcil tmhiccmi'iittf oBcti-il by thli lilt'
to trntolcn and Unirlntn itro iw follow :
Tlio colubmtiHl I'Ul.l.MAN ( Ul.whwll I'AI \ < \
t.KKl'INl CAKH run only on thli line 0 , II
& Q . I'ALAt'i : "HAWINO ROOM OAIIH , lt >
llorton's HtvllnluK Chnlrs No nxtrn charKu f"
xr.i' lii UoollnltiK Clmlm. Tlio IAIIIOUH 0 , II A
V llilmti Dliilnif Cirn. OorRiHiiiB Smoking 0 , r-
Uttcil ltli I'li'trnnt lilL-h-lmckixl rnttAii rinoMn
clmlrn , for the oichtslta umi of flr t-oh s jwt'
l Tr-r | < nptl gu | < oilor iHinlpmi'iit cciubli i
v 1th tlmr icnt tliroiiKh cnr arnnviiiiont , m Ki >
tlil , UI.OVD nil othom , the laorltoonto In tin
Kntit , Mouth niut Southiiwt.
Trj It , ami JQII will niul tratelliiK tiuur ) l >
tttimil ot n illHiiiiufort.
Through tlcki lalo tlil mlubmtinl llnu ( or at
tt nil oilicoa In the Unltml StA'oe niul ( inaila
All ntoinintlon r i.mt rntoa ol dirn , ! ll oiil i ,
tr aci-omtiiOilntlonn , Tlino T lil < , nti\ , will In
choorlullyan \ hy n | > | -l ) IIIK to |
I'KHOKV'AI. LOWIU.L.I
Qenrntl onircr Aiciit , ri
J. I'OTTKK .
( 'lilojnfo.
Wont ( or tioln tha most direct , qulcU"jl , &i.
tatcHt Una connoctlnK tha L'rvnt MotroK | > llu. 0111
CAnn , and the KAHIRIIN , NOHTII-KAHTKKN , I ) n
uinl aouTil-EAsritiin LINK.I , which tcrinlimtob hurt ,
with HANNAH CITY , I.HAVKIWOHTII , ATOIIIIJON ,
COUNCII , Ilkurra niul OMAHA , the CoMuiumi
CnHTKRt from which nullato
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
thnt porjotrntos the Continent from thu lllmomi
m\ertothol'acllloSlopo. Tlio
OHTOA JO ROOK ISLAND A P.\
GTFIO RAILWAY
Is the only line from Chicago owning truck Int ;
KuiinaH. or which , hy Ita own roiul , rnnohirj thr
noliiU nhovo immul. No TRANHmim HV UAHIIMUH '
No MIRAINO OOKNKOTIONH I No litulillliiK In 111.
icntllatod or unclean care , wi vvory luuiuaiiKcr l >
carrU d In roomy , clean and vontllatwl conchci'
ujion Kiot K prc8H Trains
DAT C'AIUI or nnrlvalwl moKiilflconca , 1'm.i.vM
I'AI.ACR HLKiiriNa UAIIH. and oiirOHnworld-ranioup
DININU CAIW , IMWII which meal are sonwl ol un
axcollonco , at the low rate ol BRVKNTT
KINK Cn.-mi IAOII , with ample tlnio Icr hoalthfti
unloymont. iT
Through Carl hotnoon ChlcaRO , Pixirlft , Mil'
waukoo and Mliwourl Hlvor I'olntii and clone oai '
noctlanu at all polntd ol Intcrnoctlon with othci
roadH.
Wo ticket ( do not loreot thti ) directly to evof
phwo of Iniiiortanco In KanwH. Nohrnnka. Dli U
lllllH , Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Na\adA , Calllonih
Oroiron , Wa hliiton | Territory , Colorado , Arlrani.
and Now Mexico.
Anil harnl arrunKcmonta roijnniiiiR hi a D .
any other line , and ratiw of faro aUiuj' art ow M
campctltora , who furnlah Init a tlUic-o the on" .
fort.
fort.DOL'U
DOL'U and tacHI ( > of eportHmon lrr
TIckitH , inaj ) and foldon at all | irlnclo |
olllcuu In thu llnltod dUtw < and Oiu'ia.
11. H. O'AllhK , K. ST. JOHN
Vlro I'ri-a't ii ( Ion. Oen , Tkt aniU'ft'a'rAj
Chlutvo.
Sioux Citj ft PaoiJic
THE SIOUX OITY ROUTIi
IliniH a Solid Train Through from
Council Blullfl to Bt. Haul
Without Ohanco Time , Only 17 Hour * .
MII.K8 TIIK HHOHTKJJT HOUTK
FROM
COUNCIL BLUFFB
TO 8T. PAUL , MINNKAI'OLIS
UULUT1I OH I1IHMAIIUK
and all point * In Northern Iowa. MlnrioaotA am
Dakota. Tills line la txiulpjHjd with the lmirovod |
WofltlnKhousa Autoinallo Alr-lirako and Ullle
I'latlonn Counlur and Uuflor : and lor
BI'KKIl , HAKCTy AND COUFOHT
U nnHiirpaiwod. I'lillman I'alaco HleopliiK Cur
run tliroiiRh WITHOUT OIIANOK hctweon Kan
nan C'ity and Ht , I'aul , via Council Illuffi and
Hloux C'lty.
Tralnii leave Union Pacific Trannlcr at Conn
ell HluHu , at 7a. : ' ) | > . til. dally on arrival ol Kaima
City , Ht. Jortejih and Oouncll Itliiffri train from
thuboiith , ArrlvliiK at Hloux C'lty 11:85 p. in.
and at the Nuw Union UuiK > t at Bt. I'aul at 12:3 :
noon ,
TKN IIOUH8 IN ADVANCE OK ANV.OTJIKI
HOUTK.
rltcmcmliirln taking thu Hloui C'lty Kout
you irut a Tiroiili ) | Train. Tliu Hhortout Line
the Qulckont Time and a Comlortablo Hide In th
ThrouKh i am hotwoon
COUNCIL I1I.UFFH AND HT. PAUL.
I3THIO that your TIclioU read via thu "Bloil
City and I'wlllc Itallroad "
/ H. WATIhKH , J. II. I1UCIIANAN
Hiiporlntc'ndont. Uen'l faun , Airtnl ,
I * . K. KOIilNHON , Asu't Oon'l I'oiu. A t. ,
Mlwiourl Valley , Iowa.
J , II. 0'IIHVAN , HouthwoKttrn Xitnt ,
Councl JlluHdIowa
Geo. P. Bern is
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
15th and Dodge Oti. , Omaha , Neb
Tlil goncy noon MTkitriiYfc brokerage btulnuu
DIM nt upvoulatii and Uicreforu any hargaln
onokt are I null rod tn oni , limtea <
J.P.ENGLISH ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
BIO Bouth Thlrto ntb Street , with
THE ONLY RELIABLE AND STANDARD BRANDS
CIGARETTES AND TOBACCOS
PIONEER rtrtRCTTC MANUFACTURERS Or AMERICA.
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ORCHARD & BEAN , J. B. FRENCH & CO
A R P E T GROCERS
J" . SIPOZRIL , ,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURE ! ! ,
309 South Tenth Street.
QUALITY AND FIT GUARANTEED.
French Calf-Tongue Boots , Sewed , - - $9.00
French Calf Boots , Pegged , . . . . 6.00
American Calf Boots , 5.00
Pegs ed Alexis or Buckle Shoes , - - 3.50
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR "FEET OUT OF
'SHAPE ' ,
rdera Promptly A.ttondo'1 illed With
CARPETS
HAVE DECLINED SLIGHLTf
-AND-
Is the first to make the announce
ment to his customers and
the general public.
MATTINGS , OIL CLOTH Ai D WINDOW
SHADES ,
Always sold at the lowest Market
Prices.
We carry the largest stock and
make the Lowest Prices.
Orders promptly filled and every
attention given to patrons.
J. B. DETWILER
1313 Farnham Street.
OMAHA , - - - - NEBRASKA.