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MANUFACTURERS OF PLOWS , MOLINE , ILL ,
Wholesale Dealers in
AGRICULTURAL IMPIEHTS ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Jtiine Wagon Oo , Farm and Spring Wagons ,
Deere & Mansur OoCorn Planters , Stalk Outters , fto , ,
Molina Pump Co , Wood and Iron Pamps ,
Wheel & Seeder Oo- Fountain Oity Drills and Seeders , ,
Meohaniosburg Maoli , Oo , Baker Grain Drills ,
Shawnee Agricultural Oo , Advanoo Day Bakes ,
Met Manufaoturing Ou , Eureka Power and Hand Shellers ,
Whitman Agricultural OoShellers , Road Sorapors&o , , ,
Moline Scale OoVictor Standard Scales ,
A , 0 , Fish Racine Buggies ,
AND DEALERS IN
All Articles Required to Make a Complete Stock.
Addroos All Oommuni cations to
DEERE & COMPANY ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. ilec3mo2m
W. B. MILLARD. B. JOHNSON.
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
COMMISSION AND STORAGE !
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
OMAHA , NEB.
OMAHA 1SATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE , MAUL & CO.
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
'Flour ' , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Be&t Brands of
CIGARS AID lAIUIACTuTO TOBACCO ,
Agents for BBNWOOD NAILS AID UFLIH & RAND POWDER CO ,
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
Mining and Milling Company.
. . _ . . .
Working Capital - - - 300,000.
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'Capital Sock. : (1,000,000
. . . .
Par Value ot Shares , - - - - (25,000.
'STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , President , CinMnlns , Wyoming ,
VVM. K. TILTON , Vlce-Proaldent , Cuminlnti , Wyoming
B. N. IIARWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wjomlng.
A. O. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummlna , Wyoming
Or. J. I. Thomas. I.oula Miller W. S. liramcl. A , O Dunn.
E.N. Ilarwood. Francis Leavens. Oeo. II. Folos. Lewis Zolinan.
Dr. J. 0. Watklin.
no2mo5m OEO. W. KENDALL , Author zed Agent for Sale of Stock : IU ' " n h Neb.
FOSTER & GRAY ,
LUMBER , COAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet , Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
HALL'S ' SAFE AND LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
A , ROW INTHBRBIOHSTAQ
Extraordinary Scene in tlio
Biftnmrlc amlthn Royal Rtscrljii.
The Itcrliii coircspniultMit of tlio
Loinlon Times , Jiuiuiiry 'JOth , sends
thu folloiMiii ; nccdtiiit of tliu Into
stormy < k'bUo in tlio Ujiclistag : "Kv-
ory uvnilnblc sent mul coiuu of vaut-
ago wna uccupicil bclunca by n curious
imblio cnger to uitncss thu iiicidonla
of n throat dub.ito on n subjool which
1ms uttrncteil nttvntion of Into , niul
IH'oinisL's to interest still inorp. Thu
diploiimtia f allury wna filled , nud
Princu Albrecht , of Prussin , coin-
ninndur of the tenth or llanovorinn
nnuy corps , \yfts present to innik thu
courau of n discussion oi soinucli 1110-
inont for the conatitutionnl future of
liis imporiiU cousin , thu crown prnc ! > \
Thu chiuf business on the order of
thu day was the third rending of thu
budget , nnd 1'rof. lltnol a matt of
calm , nnd soriuu ? , and jiu'icml ' inliul
at otico roao and claimed the light
of animadverting on thu royal rosciipt
ns within thu province of such duhnte.
It was true , hu suid , that the iniuii-
fu to hud boon issued by thu liny of
Prussia nnd countersigned by Prince
Bismatck as Prussian minister , but it
allectud thu ollicials of thu whole em
pire. They had often seen of Into
hmv thu purson of llio monarch had
boon dragged by tno lending states
man into their dnbntus , as if thus to
cover thu responsibility of thu latter ,
and this novel move was oxprusaly
approved by thu recent pronuncin-
mento. With all respect for his
majesty , ho deplored the dectooas if
infringing their constitutional rights
Thu truu position of thu kill } ; wnspro-
tuctud by love , and thu manifesto could
only mar it. IIu could not sco any
po siblo justilic.ition for it. Thu first
four points dwelt upon in the roacript
wore quito correct. They woru con
stitutional law , and , biting ao , it fol
lowed that it uua unconstitutional to
drag thu person of thu king into de
bates and to appeal to thu will of thu
king , which was nothing more than
making the irresponsible king respon
sible. If the fedural council was not
pleased with the limitations demanded
by the people , it thereby confessed its
displeasure with constitutionalism.
Parliament was not only warranted in
judging whether the rescript inter-
tercd with its rights , it was also
bound to do so , nnd it condemned thu
manifesto accordingly. If thu govern
ment tried to boat down the
barriers which restrained it , that
would lend to iv crisis which
would heave constitutionalism
overboard or impair the power of thu
crown. Passing on , then , to depre
cate as dangerous the practice of
putting the monarch too much in the
foreground , the speaker applauded
thu method of exchanging ono minister -
tor for another , according to the exi
gency of the time , and praised the
saying of the ling of Bavaria , 'I will
bo at pence with my people. ' As for
the latter part of the rescript it
was maintained that no govern
ment functionary wns entitled
in any way to bring his
oilicial influence to boar on elections.
The whole manifesto was u great
danger to the position of the mon
arch both as king and Kaiser. In
Prussia love to the king was identi
cal with love for the constitution.
"Prince Bismark , who had entered
the house while Prof. Hanoi was
speaking , immediately rose to reply.
The chancelorwas not at all looking
so ill as late reports about
the state of his health had
led ono to oxpect. After some
introductory remarks upon his right
to speak there as the interpreter of
the emperor's mind , ho denied that
the rescript aimed at renting now
rights , or at opening the prospect of
n now constitutional CDiiflct. The
rescript , as its terms clearly showed ,
did not aim at creating rights , but
only at guarding existing ones , and nt
combatting the notion that the politi
cal traditions of their country had any
validity in Prussia apart from its own
constitution. Passing on , then , to
grapple with the theory embodied in
the phrase , 'Lo roi regno niais gou-
yorno pas , ' which seamed to be the
ideal of progressist orators , and
found expression in the excellent
work of M. Taino , where the king is
represented ns a president honorairo
appointed by the legislature , the
prmco scoffed at such political forms
as applied to Prussia , which would
soon reduce its monarch to the
position of a more major dome , and
ridiculed Prof. Mommsen for his con
stitutional folly in his respect. The
chancellor then proceeded to discourse
upon ministerial responsibility , with
the manifesto for his guiding tixt , in
sisting that the king's signature , and
not that of his minister , wan thu main
thing. The opposite view Was only
explicable if their reverence fur the
king wont BO fur ns to plnco him
among the clouds , when ) no one could
detect hie continued existence. That
would bo reverence such aa was oflor-
ed to tlio emperor of Japan , thu mere
exhibition of the soles of whoso feoi
wan a certain high annual festival
shown to the gaping multitude through
an iron grating. The king of Prussia
fult that ho must exorcise his undouht
od right to remind the country of thu
actual meaning of the constitution ,
which had boon lately begun to hit
misunderstood. According to the tra
ditions of the crown , dating from the
days of the Brandenburg electors , the
kings of Prussia had regarded it as
their duty to bo what Frederick the
Great called the first servant of the
state , Inside the cabinet the king
commanded nnd the ministoru
obeyed , nnd if not willing to do BO
they were free to retire. The real
and actual rniniatur-prim'dont was the
king , The constitutional theories of
1819 were still far behind the ideal
of Prof , Hanoi , nnd it was a true
blessing that the la'ttor had not be-on
realized. Had it been so they would
not yet have got Reichstag nnd been
sitting in it. They would huvo hud
no reorganized army , and they would ,
moreover ( reviewing the history of
the last tliirty years ) , under the
leadership ot the vice-president
of the Prussian chamber in 180'J huvo
sided with thu Polish revolution ,
Coming to thu charge that ho commit
ted a base cownrdico in numing tlio
king ( in connection with his policy ) ,
the prince maintained that it was im
possible for any one to make auch an
accusation who had read the history
of the last twenty years , 'I have , oh
the contrary , nlwnya shielded royalty.
I have been threatened witli oakum-
picking in a penitentiary and confis
cation of godds for doing so , and have
beensnid lo ha o shown cowardice in
the net vice of my master. The false
hood of such a report must make the
blush of ahnnio mount to your'foio-
"Here nroso a violent uproar on
the loft , with crioa of 'Not true , '
which made the angry chancellor
elude > \ertonco ( nnd hurl dclianuii
at lih liberal opponents. Discoun
tenance us ted with r.i u , nud his at
titude nltogo.hor formidable. 'Do
you menu in cry inn down , gentlemen ? '
ho siid with n threatening look.
'Who is the man among you who
made the ruproach1 ? A voicu 'No
ono did to' The ch.iucollor then
said , 'Thank God for it , " and wont to
his sent amid much commotion. Hu
continued : 'It is only a feeling of
loyalty that kcops mo in my ulajoj
which for the rest givus mo no pleas
ure. On the contrary , it would
lioariily delight mo to bid j on f.irowoll
nnd sue no more of you. ' Subsiding
thuu into u calmer vein , thu princu
spoku of thu imperfect development
of pulinmcntnry lifo nud thu confut
ed relations of parties ns an addition
al justification of the principles laid
down in thu rescript , and he instanced
the CASU of thu English parliament
under Peel niono which had n decid
ed preponderance over the will of the
monarch. AH soon us they got thu
length of hnving such n pnrlinmimt
they might como to him uith their
claim ! ) . In Germany parliament had
ns yet no consistency , nud no decided
majority , nnd its voice , therefore must
have all the less weight. AH for thu
p.issng'o in thu manifesto itbout the
electoral duties of state otlicialx , the
ompcror had been induced to pen it
by way of n rmnindor to them , in
view of the indisputable fact that at
election times , with many nublio func
tionaries , their onth of allegiance to
bis mnjesty began wholly to
recede into the b.vskiirouud. Thuro
were two classes of oll'iei da , political
nnd non-political , nnd thu manifesto
itsnlf wns quito clear iu to thu respec
tive duties of each. The former were
bound by their oath to represent the
emperor's policy ; but ot the latter
nothing whatever wns douunded ex
cept that they should m.tke no posi
tive agitation ngninst the government
( which would not , from the prince's
remarks , seem to include opposing it
by seciet votings ) , and then ho detailed
tailed several flagrant cases , both of
omission nnd commission , which had
led to the manifesto which his majesty
was perfectly juatilled in issuingaiul for
which ho wns quito prepared nnd re
solved to undeit.iko thurcsnonsibility.
The prince concluded by snying that
ho wns firmly resolved to servo his
majesty iu thu direction indicated by
the royal rcsciipt , but only as his ser
vant , nnd not as his guardian. Tlio
speech was grouted with applause on
the right , while the left dissented.
In reply to Professor Hanoi , who ng-
grossivoly denied having reproached
the chancellor with cowardice , tlio
letter rose and angrily stuck to his
assertion. The previous spenker , ho
said , had accused him of evad
ing his ministerial ipspousibility
by covering himself with
the person of his mnjesty , nnd ho nt
least would hold that to bo cowardice.
Ho had been long used to such in
sults , but still hu would repel them in
the most decided way. This ihml al
tercation WAS interrupted by cries nnd
commotion and the bull of the presi
dent calling for order. The prince
resumed his seat in great excitement ,
and vanished in anger from the hall
before the next speaker had gone far. '
WOMAN'S TRUE FRTEN D.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
This none can deny , especially when
assistance is rendered when ono is
sorely ntllicted with disease , more par
ticularly thaso complaints and weak
nesses so common to our female popu
lation. Every woman should know
i lint Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend , nnd will positively restore bur
to health , oven when all other reme
dies fail. A single trial always proves
our assertion. They are pleasant to
the taste , nnd only cost fifty cents per
Sold by Ish & MoMahon. (2) ( )
A Story that Needs Corroboratlon.
Umlarllls Oomlcr-Jourtikl , Fob. 0.
Several days" ago an item appeared
in the Courier-Journal about hair being -
ing turned uray by a sudden fright ,
nnd yesterday a well known saloon
keeper in this city , mot n reporter nnd
remarked : "I know of another in
stance ot hair being turned gray by
fright , which is even more remarka
ble than the ono mentioned in thu
paper. About 15 years ago u
young man named Henry Richards ,
who lived at Terre Haute , Ind. , was
going homo ono evening about dark ,
from n vinit to n friend , and was walk
ing along the railroad track. Some
little distance from town was a very
high trestle-work over a crook , there
being no plunks placed across for
walking , so that peopl < had to go
over on the ties. Rickards was walk
ing along at a hvoly r.ito , nnd when
ho arrival ut the bridge ho did not
fitop to think that n train coming in
wax then duo , but , being in u hurry
to got homo , hu sturtud to walk across
on the cross-ties. Ho had gotten
nearly half-wny across the bridge
when the train came slipping around
n euro at n lively rate. Ho saw the
train nt once , nnd started to
run , jut saw that it wns use-
l.-m , as it would certainly overtake him
b'-furo ho uould gut oil' the bridge.
Ho wan now in n turrihlo plight ; to
lump off wus curtain death , and if
ho remained on thu ttnck the train
would crush him to pieces. Thuro
wns no wood-work ( beneath the bridge
for him to hang on to , so hu xnw his
only chance was to swing on to a
snull iron rod that passed under thu
crosB-tien. No time wa.it to be lost , no
the train was nearly on the un'd of
the bride. Bo ho swung himself un
der thotii's , and in a few moments hu
was hanging on for dear lifu. Thu
oiminccr had scon him just before hu
Huung under thu bridge , and tiled to
stop thu train , but ( lid more hunn
thuu good , as hu only succueded in
checking thu speed of the
train , and mauu it n lonuor
time in passing over thu fi.rm
ef Richards. As the engine pasted
over , thu coals of fire from thu ash-
pan dropped out , nnd u numbur oi
thorn dropped on hid hands , burning
the flush to the bone , as ho could not
shake them off , and to lot uo would
have bean certain death. The trinl
was nt length over , nnd , nenrly dond
from fright nnd oslinustion1) ) M ith his
hands biirned in a terrible milliner ,
Uichards aniing liiiimolf upon the
biidgo as in mid inn home.Sheii
ho reached there his hnir had not
turned , but in n short time afterward
it bognn to got gray , nnd by morning
w. almost perfectly whlto. "
Some of thu sloppy correspondent *
stationed nt Washington delight In
describing instances of remarkable
silf-dunial on the part of wives ot
politicians nnd otliceholdors nt thu
capital , This rather nauseating wu. k
HOBS has grown enormously since thu
the illncsss of Mr , Gnrfiuld , when
the attention paid the dying man by
Ins \\ifu was magnified into n sort of
heroism which must have been ex
ceedingly obnoxious to thnt lady if
she is indued thu possessor of the good
sense with whichshois credited Since
thu unhappy da ) s of last summer , thu
iloppy correspondents aforesaid have
been compelled to take up loss shining
examples of womanly devotion , niul
now the wife and mother who poul
tices n boil on her husband's neck , or
properly nurses tx child ntlliotud with
the mumps , is nt once hur.tldod as n
martyr , n self-sacrificing mint , nnd nil
such. Twnddlo of this description
iiuh n leady market in somoqunrters ,
but it is becoming so commonplace
: lmt even the publications whoso
lolilical creed is gush must soon be-
oinu tired of it.
FAST TIME !
In itoltiK 1-vit tnko the
tiMcago & Northwest-
Trnlns Icmo O uatuR.IO \ \ . in niul 7:40 : n. in.
1'or full liitot < i t'im ' roll mi II P. DUIIt. . Ticket
KDIII , Utli ami Kiiriihiun Hti J. 1IKI.I , , U. 1' .
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WAH IN PAmNttER RATES I
. . nil llallroad
n > i > iik I1UIH. llrdl.iiB In
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until ( tiithur notice , t tlui lollouIuR unhvard or
, l t clans , 2J clvn ,
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dinner our written tniunuiteo to return tlio
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THE SIOUX CITY ROUTE
HUOH o Solid Train Through from
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Ig uiiBurpasnod. Pullman I'alaco bleeping Car
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Trains loaxo Union Pacific Transfer at Coun
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the bouth. Arriving at Sioux City 11:35 : p. m. .
and at the New Union Depot at St. Paul at 12:30 :
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FOB MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAK
ALSO A COMPL12TR LINK OF
Hats and Caps
Wo uro procured to moot the demands of thu trade in regard to Latest Styloi
and I'littoriiH. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Commotion
M. HELLiViAN & COf ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th St
HAVE DECLINED SLIGHLTYtj
Is the first to make the announce
ment to his customers and
the general public.
MATTINGS , OIL CLOTH AriD WINDOW
Always sold -at the lowest Market
We carry the largest stock and
make the Lowest Prices.
Orders promptly filled and every
attention given to patrons.
J. B. DETWILIR
1313 Farnham Street.
, - - - -
PILLSBURY'S ' BEST !
Buy the PATENT PROCESS
always gives satisfaction , because it make * t
superior article of Bread , and is the Cheap
est Flour in the market , Every sack
warranted to run alike or
[ money refunded.
. M. YATES , Gash Grocer.