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    DAILY BEE : MONDAY. MA * I 188 * . 7
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COMMISSION
CItr Market , Council
WHOLESALE * ? jt , O U R HOUSE ,
Gtnerat Agehti for the CeUbratcd llllljo * U. 7 > . Ku > hA Ci. . Golden "Rgle Flour/LtaTonwcuth ,
KaiKM , and tjueon P.e Mil1 * . Sioux Fail. , Dakota.
Ttteimtt , Smith fe Ctl't-ndep , Oourf | | EIulN , In.
. IE. SEAM-AET : : ,
WHOLESALE : AND HOT-AIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
_
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
JT. "TOT. - * - O IT 3C 3EC 3EI .SB O .
Lauds and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LO\V HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BlOFFS IOWA.
IEL
15 North Main Street.
Wl oleMle ditter In SHOE FINDINGS. Hcady-attrd upperr , In c lf iVIn * nd Up. O V and
hemlock hOLELKATUEll , mid all goodi niiporlalhlng to thu kho tr do. Go.di told M chmp M
IntheEas * .
MRS , -IORRIS' ' HOT HLLINERT STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BON5ETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Couacil Bluffs la
That never require crimping. * t Mrt. J. 3. Good'a U lr Store , t pr CM ncrcrttero touched by
any other hair dealer. Also & full line of nwltchcs , etc. , kt rcatlj reduced prlcw. Al geM ,
Blhcr and colored no's Wa\c made from Mies' own hair. Da nut fail to call befor * purchdtog ;
elaenhor * . All goods warranttdM icjuescnUd. W118. J. J GOOD ,
29 M ln street , Council Bluff * , Iowa.
M A I , WISE ,
UTERI , FEED ft SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in. , the v est.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for sale ,
jals.o a fine lot of mules
* * itf
just received which
will be closed out
cheap.
'SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
tr.iiuVKU without the
Iran-Ing ol blood or uaa ot
knife. Cures tunp dlacn2s.
Fits , Scrofula , Liver Com-
_ . , . _ _ _ ri 1'lalnt , Dropsy , llhcunm-
T II M Q R'S * ' 6rai rver and Jlorcur-
* * I1 w ss w iiigorca , Kryilfclas. Salt
Hheum , Scald Head , Citiirh , weilc , lufltnicd
and granulated LJCJ , crofulons Ulcers ami t'u-
milo Dis. a-u of all kinds. Alw Kidney nnd
Vciicrial diseases. Ilomorrholds or IMts cured
or money refunded.
A'l ' di8 atc3 treated upon thoptlnclploot\cxct-
able reform , without the uw ol mcriurlal pjltf-
oiis or the kulf e.
Electro Vapar or M-dlcated IMha , furnished
those who dodlrothcm.
Korniior Rupture radically cured by the n-
, ql the Elastic bolt Tru and 1'loBccr , which had
no superior In thowotla.
CONSULXATION FREE.
CALI.OSOnAT > DKE33
Jrs , B , Rice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
\
LIVERY ,
Feed and Sale Stales ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand. Council Bluff' , Iowa ,
W11 , LA UP aMlTlI. 1'rop. .
W.D.STILLMAN
. . ,
PnctUIoner of Homeopathy , consulting
PiysiGiaEandSurgeon ,
Offlpe and residence b5 Willow arenue , Coun-
W. E. BINTON ,
DENTIST.
14 Pearl Street , 0 unoil
EztractlDRaid filling a tpecitlty. Flr t-daM
w rk gnarantcel.
DR. AP. . HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON.
Office , Ho. II 1'eari Street Houm , 0 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. m. , 10 6 p , tn. Ileildenco , 120
Kancro/t street. Telephonic connection wUh
Central ofllce.
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
K I
No. 617 First Avenue
Hears from 10 to 11 a. m. , and 2 to 6 p. m ,
BAKIER'S ' 'UffE"ASSOOIATIOtf ,
DE3 UOIXE3 , lonri.
Inocrparated Ju'v 1st , 1 70 , for the mutual
benefit of bank ufll-ers and their customers ,
Bated on prlnis pie * of rJicrrrj Kcoxowi , > s Hi-
ooRitr , A few oxparli-ucu 1 1 fo Insurance solid-
ton wantid Ad'lrem , II. il Hcevdua district
eollcltor , Office Nu. 7 , rvortt'tf blocv , O uncll
UluHi , lowa. Reslueuceilul tbu > enUB. 1 * . O.
b
S. E MAXON ,
1 , xi a rxr.
Office over swings bank ,
COUNOIX , BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
REAL ESTATE.
W , 0. Junes , In connection with big law and
collation builoewbuys an3 sells real estate.
Fcruoiu wlthlng to buy or eell city property-call
at his office , ever BusbneU'4 book store , I'eirl
stre t.
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public.
4l5Broadway , Council Bluffs
JJtedi ted moitisgcf drawn acd
HAIR GOODS.
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nets , Combs , Brushes , Face-pow
ders , Bands , Hair Orna
ments , Ac. , c.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and F rices
Guaranteed.
337 W. Broadway , and
109 3. Main St ,
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , .
Medical Electrician
AND
GYGNEOOLOGMST.
Gralunte of Eleclroptthlc Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'uaiid.
OfflGB Cur , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFl'S , IOWA.
The treatment of all dtaeaecj and p 'Inful Mif-
flcultleg peeuUar to fi'rrqlcH n nneci lty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAINST ,
Emplay the best Dre d Baker In the Weit ; also
a choice hind for Cakes and Pics.
Bread delivered to all part * ot the c-lty.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found at D. DANEHV ' ,
130 Upper UroadarT.
JNO.JAYFRAINEY ,
Justioe of the Peace ,
3I\ BROADWAY ,
Opunoil Bluffs , - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans and RealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattamle
county , Olllce corner of Droadvray and Mala
eireet * . Q-.uncll HlufTj , Io a.
JOHN STEINER M. D '
, . , , ,
( Deutscher Ant. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Council Bluffs.
Diseases of women and children a spoclalty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY M ; D , ,
f
FREE DIBPKNHAUY EVKHY SATDIIDAY.
T
Office In Fveretfi block , Pearl trset. Reel ]
denee 28 Fourth street. OHIce hours from 0 to
8 a. m. , 2 tot and T to a p. m. , Connell I luffs
F. 0. CLARK ,
PEACTICAL DENTIST.
Pearl street , opposite the postofflce. One of
the oldest practitioners in Council Bluffs. Satis-
hfactlon gutrinteed In all eases.
ODELL& DAY , t a
c
BEHERAL FIRE IllStJUANOEc
t ]
AND
J' '
REAL ESTATE AG'TS ,
MONBV TO LOAN.
Boa d of Trade building , ' Council Bluffs , U.
JOHN LINOT ,
ATTOBHEY-AT-LAW
Will prao'lce In at ) state and federal courts
8p. U Qoruum Lan
STRIKES FOR RICHES.
The Cummins Cfvmp Attacked Witt
Monalos nud the Prsspootlno ;
Po or.
Correspondent * of The llee.
Cox MINK , Wyo. , April 22. Wo
cannot chronicle any labor strikes ,
but wo can some ether "strikes" that
nro moro succosafu ) , Tliu stamp mill
hero crushed two or moro tons of ere
from the "Goldon ISaglo" mine , owned
by John Cummins , of Denver , nml
BOino Michigan parties , and secured as
a result about seven and one-lmlf
ounces of bullion , tiunrly puro. If
Mr. Cummins did not weigh n good
oil over 200 pounds , it would have
taken n whole asylum full of app.irntim
to kcop him on the ground or inaidn
hin clothes.
The camp has bcon enjoying n > sicgo
of menslos and has stopped now bo-
csuso the supply h a run out. Wo
have had something that , like Presi
dent Lincoln's imall pox , wo could
ffivo nflfay to everybody. The boya
declare that oven eotno of the now
strikes look "measlcy , " at nny rate , it
is all spotted over with gold.
Wo nro all sorry to hoar of Super
intendent Clark leaving , for wo
thought ho would know bettor than
any ono the necessity for putting
throur-h the now road trom Inramio.
The coal and lumber which can bo
supplied so near hero will Boon make
the road n necessity , but wo want it
now. SJHEX.
A NEW DOUBLE-ENDED EllQINE.
A Passenger Locomotive Which
Wolgha Of or Sixty Tons.
1'hltadelrhl * Picn.
_ Yesterday afternoon a group of en
gineers and railroad ullicials sur
rounded the now double-end engine
No. 4 , of the Pennsylvania rai road ,
in the round house nt We t Philadel
phia , and examined minutely the pe
culiar construction of what is proba
bly the heaviest engine in the world.
"Jumbo , " as the novel steam mon
ster ia called by the habitues of the
round house , is as ungainly in appearance
poarance aa the hero of the hour now
quartered in Burnum's show , and has
created more interest among railroad
men than any novelty since the ad
vent ot long-leguod No. 10. The
engine weighs 120,400 pounds , or a
little over sixty tonn , about fifteen
tons heavier than a c'aa ' "K" ongmo ,
and is titled with a five-foot driving
wheel , with a thirty-throe-inch truck
wheel under the Binoku stack , while
in the roar of the driving wheels there
is one six-wheel swivel truck which
will cnablo the engine to turn a very
iharp curve. The cylinder ia a 17x24 ,
the same siza as these used on the
class "K" ongincH , and the water tank
which has a capacity of 2,000 gallons
surrounds the entire fire-box , which is
uight foot deep. The engine is so con
structed us to run in either direction
and lias , a pilot at each end , thus doing
nway with the usp of n turn-tiblo.
This locomotive is ono solid frame ,
there being no break between the ten
der and tlio engine proper ; and al
though the engine is a trifle shorter
than the class "K" engines , yut it is
nt least three feet higher than
the average locomotive , while the
nab , which ia entirely closed , is about
three times the size of that of other
ungineBi - .Theodore N. Ely , superin
tendent of motive power of the Penn
sylvania , railroad , is the inventor of
this extraordinary mountain of
mechanism , and the iron horse waa
built at the AHoona shops a 'month
igo , under the supervision of J. B.
Dollin , the mechanical engineer of the
jompany. Either hard or soft coal
nay bo used. "Jumbo" has a patent
lot water reversing gear , which has
lover been put into practical use on
my engine in this country. It is
letiorally known engines are re
versed by the power of the
itaam , but "Jumbo" is so con-
itruoted as to bo reversed with the
lot water irom the boiler , and , virtu
ally reverses itself , saving the engineer
physical work , aa all ho has to do is to
ouch a spring and the engine will
nstantly change its course.
'Tho injector chocks enter the boiler
> ehind the dome , thus protecting the
> ipos in COBO of collision , which it is
ixpoctod will prevent the escape of
hot water
"Jumbo" was run down from Al-
oona on Friday night last , coupled to
ifteon freight cars , and part of the
un was mudo at the rate of fifiy-nino
cconds to the mile. The onuino w ill
to run regularly ou the P.v > li and
Vestchester accommodation trains ,
nd will make the initial trip to-day ,
saving Broad street station ftlr West-
hosier at 4:45 : p. in , Andruw Cham-
lora. a veteran engineer of the Phila-
Iclphia division , will handle the tlirot-
le of "Jumbo " '
, and'hor conduct will
10 closely watched by the officials of
he road , a number of whom will ao-
otnpany the first trip to-day.
Assistant Road Foreman of Enijineii
ilex. B. Todd yesterday said ;
' 'Jumbo' isprobably the heaviest loco-
lotivo in the world ; if there are any
ngines as heavy , they are in Belgium ,
s in no other country can bo found
ngines weighing eve fifty or Cfty-fivo
me.
Out With the Thief.
enver Tribune ,
Months before Stephen W. Dorsey
as indicted for stealing The Tribune
ornodtlie republican party of what
-s ahead. It published enough con-
jrning the man's record to show that
e was without honor , withouthonesty ,
ithout principle. It has persistently
amanded that ho bo removed from
10 p6sition in the republican national
nnmittco which ho disgraces' .
The warning hag been unheeded
id an indicted thief ir still in an iin-
ortant position in a committee which
supposed to regulate the afTdirs of
10 republican party. Not ono mom-
or of the committee haa had the cour-
jo to file his protest and anticipate
10 fraud jury. A man notoriously
irrupt , with neither defense nor
loractor , still remains whore he can
irow shame upon a party which was
i principle and whjch , the worse for
, has lost a very great deal ot its
irthnght.
It is time to expel the thief. No
10 doubts his lack of character No
10 doubti hialackof hoinvlty. If tlui
Washington jury , before which ho will
> tried for to.iUng from fh < > govern-
ent.hus ( ho smullottt touch of lion-
ty , Stephen W. Jersey will bo mint
jail. I'mo'n wallj nro Jiia proper
surrounding * . There ro men sorr
ing terms in Canon City to-day whi
never dreamed of reaching the clitna :
of rascality which he has reached. Hii
career has been ono of dishonor , ant
it will end in shamo.
It is time for the National Commit
tee to act. The thief should bj forced
to f o. As long as ho remains whore
lie is the fmuorof acorn cm bo pointed
At the Republican party , lie lias not
thu decency to icsign , and it ii well
that ho haa not. It leaves fur the
party the decency of expelling him.
Out with the thief I
Detroit V ,
' 'You BOO , " ho explained ns wo sat
on the tavern stops nt Slmrpaburgatid
looked around , ' 'this town haa never
recovered from the wnr. "
"What did you have hero before
the wj\r. "
"Everything , almost. It was the
liveliest little town you ever saw.
Why , sir , I sat on these very stops before -
fore the war and counted six tight n all
going at once. Then wo lirul n cooper-
shop , three saloons , n tannery and four
shoe shops. "
"All are gone now , I observe. "
"Every ono of 'em , nnd what's
wuss , you can't start n fight hero to
save your life. If you should jump
out there and crow nnd crack your
heels nnd offer to tight the best man
in Sharpsburg , no ono would raise a
hand. "
"They wouldn't , ch ? "
" &ot a ono. Wo nro n humble
people. Hero it is sixteen years after
the close of the war , and wo ore still
so downcast that n tin peddler comes
in hero nnd bluffs the mayor , licks
the clerk , sasses the postmaster nnd
runs nway with the only good-looking
woman wo over had , and not a man
throw a brick < bntl"
Given np by Doctors.
"Is it possible that'Mr. Godfrey is
up and at work , and cured by so sim
ple a remedy ? "
"I assure you it is true that ho is
entirely cured , and with nothing but
Hop .Bitters ; and only ton days ago
lis doctors gave him up and eaid he
nust die ! "
"Woll-a-day ! That is remarkable !
[ will go this day and got some fur
ny poor George I know hops are
; ood. " [ Salem Tost.
Robbing Peter to Pay Paul.
luCTalo Express.
Mr. John F. Slater , the Connect- !
: ut millionaire who has given § 1,000-
100 for the education of the freed-
ueu , meets the usual fate of a pro-
( hot in his own country , and is very
roely criticised by the local press" .
lia fortune , it is said , was acciimu-
dated by his cotton factories in dm-
locticut and Massachusetts which
tavu been notorious for long hours ,
toor p.iy , and thieving "truck" stores ,
Fhis m the way in which The M.tldcn
ieadlighb thinks the case should bo
tatud : "The cotton operatives of
/ounecticut and Massachusetts have
; iven § 1,000,000 to educate the negro ,
nd Mr. Slatsr goa ! the credit of it. "
hero may bo some ground for this
ort ot criticism ; but , after all , the
inly thing to bo done by the outside
irorld is to take advantage of the
porsdic spisma of generosity of mil-
lonaires. It ia unnecessary to say
hut Mr. Slater is not the only rich
aim who could bo pointed out aa
luing charitable to ono person at the
ixpenso of another.
TakingTlmo by the Forolocte.
letroit Fruo 1'rcts.
At the battle of Oroveton , Stonewall
acksou tried an experiment which
icarly lightened a federal divienn
ut of their boots. Bard of railroad
run were cut up into foot lengths and
.red from some of his heaviest guns ,
nd tht > noise tiiese missiles made as
hey wont Bailing through tho'air was
aort of cross between the scream of
woman and the bray of the mule ,
'ho federals listened in wonder at the
rjt few which banned through the
reo-tops , and presently ono of the
ioces tell just in front of a Ponnsyl-
aiiia rogiinont. A captain stepped
> rward to inspect it , and after turn-
ig it over ho rushed to the colonel
rith the news ; "Colonel , them in-
arnal rebs are firing railroad iron at
si" "Nol" "They are , for a fact ! "
Captain , advanoj your company to
! mt ridge and deploy , and the mill-
to you llnd Jackson is getting ready
i fire freight CAM ut us send me word ,
don't prunuso to have my regiment
mshud into the ground whim it can
ist as well bo decently exterminated
i the regular way. "
rotber Gardner's Complaints of 'a
Pastor. i
ulrolt Fran Press.
"In our church do odder Sunday , "
kid the old man , as the hall grow
iiiot , "our pastor warned young men
{ in da awful uileiks or drink. Dat
HS k'rect , an * jot two of do elders of
it tmtno church own buildings which
icy rent to saloon keepers.
"Do pastor shed tears bokaso do
jathen Indm war' gwino down do
rong path , tin' I've only to look frew
j window to sou do buys pluyin' luao-
ill in a vacant lot , an' u dozen bland-
i' aroun * a saloon door ,
"Da pastor spoke of do prevalence
evil high placet , an1 yet I stood bo
le him when woted last night , an *
) put in a straight ticket. Or. dat
: kot war' candidates who deserved
&io Prison wua' dan oflico , but he
sallowed do 'olo bizness at a gulp.
"Do pastor * id dat do love of dress
s bringin' dis kentry to ruin , an *
it his wife eot dar wid a bonnet on
liiah cost eighteen dollars.
"Da pastor said it war' a ( in to
rivu fur riches , an * don ho turned
iout an' walloped do congrogashun
r not havin' more money to drap
to do contribuehun box.
"Do pastor said : 'at a Christian
ust lot his own conscience be his
ido , an' don ho turned about an *
irned 'em to keep away from thea-
; B an' circuses on' sicli. 0
' Do pastor spoke of do sin of greed ,
' yet if we hadn't raised his salary
8200 last January ho was gwino to
ivo us fur anodor field ,
"My frens , do not misundoratan
| r posishun. I believe in all dat a
40 Christian believes in , but I have
wpnder at do inconsistencies of our
liijun. When a pastor praaohes ono
g an' practice anoder , what's an
lor gwino tor do ? When an older
uyu dut do world may bo made bet *
r , un' don turns oroun' an1 oheatide
etecf out of a nmn un a hess trade ,
i.it'u a trustee gwino to link ? When
trustee gits up in pray'r moetin' an'
ys dat greed an' uyarico mus * be
ilribon from do heart , an * den
homo n' raises do rent on nil his olc
tenement shanties , what's a poo' nn' '
liumblo obory-day Christion gwino to
hang to ? An' , lastly , when three
outer five of our poo' an' limn bio
obery-day Christiana stan' up obory
wouk ami confess dat dcylmvu sinned ,
what show has a sinner really gott
' 'I toll you dat gwino tec church
am only outward nhow. .linin' do
church tloan1 take two foot oil du dis.
tauco to heaven. Pr.vyiii" an' singin'
.111 * talkin * may mean much , or nullia'
nt all. Call no innn a sinner hekaio
ho donn' rout n church pew. Giv no
nan credit fur roligun bcknso ho
prays in a loud voice. "
Wire Foncoa.
The dearth of wood and stone in
many of the statoi haa brought aomo
remnrkablo result ] in the adoption of
wire for fencing , for which it haa boon
empbpcd for the past twenty-five
years. The modern invention ot the
sharp , repellant barb has very largely
increaecd this use. It is estimated that
ICO,000 miles of plain wire fence wore
built before the barb became known.
Sitioo that time over UGO.OOO miles of
barb fencing luvoboon built , somopart
of which must find representation in
the above fence statislica for 1879 ,
since 20000 miles of barb fence wore
{
erected in that year , according to the
statistics of the iron and steel in
duslry. The same figures show that
60,000 miles of barb fence wuro built
in 1881 , costing 810,000,000. Ono
feature of the fence question made
possible by the great portability of
wire fence material is. the growing
custom of inclosing immense nrcas
of pasturage in regions previously -
ly given up as free ranges , a system
likely to become n thing of the past.
In Nuocos county , Texas , 800,000
acres are beinr inclosed in ono pas
ture by n bark fonoo. In Southern
Missouri 30,000 acres are being in
closed as a dog-proof sheep pasture in
the world is that of the famous Maxwell -
well grant , In Now Mexico , on which
200 miles of wire fence are in use , and
700,000 acre * hold in ono inclos-
uro. Sjmo of the inner inclosurca on
iho same grant are tan miles square.
A. wire fence manufacturer not long
igo received a single order for 300
miles of barb wire fencing to build
LOO miles of fence on u tract in Oregon
gen , Nor are , these largo figures
lontincd to thin country. The Aus
tralian govornmoi.it recently contrac-
; cd with an England fencing company
'or 254 miles of wire fence.
Gives Away.
Wo cinnot help noticingllioliberal oiler
nmle to nil inViilidii nud MiHerer * by Dr.
ting'ri Now DiBcuvcry for Oonmiiniition.
kTou an rcnuofttd tu rail at < \ 1 < \ ( Soorf.
nan's Drugstore , and n t n Trml liottlo
Vrc iifcuat , if you are milfcrint ; with C-m-
umptinn. Severe Coughs , Cold * , Anthnin ,
ir.mchitH , Hay Kovcr , LOSH of Voice ,
In irsenesH , > r any aTe ! 'tiou of tlm Throat
ir LuirIt , will positively euro you.
IMPERISHABLE
PERFUME.
Murray & Lanman's
FLSRIDft WATER ,
Best-for-TOILET. BATH
and HANDKERCHIEF.
moi-ucil > frl
The Great English Remedy
.Norrr falls to cilio
BN'crvnua Debility , VI-
Ital Kxliaustlon , ICinla-
( Ions , Seminal Wcak-
,
ilHOOD , and all the
juvUeUects of youth
Ijful follies and. oxcei-
Jics , It etops porina
Illcntly all weakening ,
I'nvoluntary ' loin. B and
1 trains uiwn the )
em , thrlnovltablo re-
. , ' ultot these evil prae-
„
Ices , which ro BO destruotlvo to mind and body
nd maVo Ufa miserable , often leading to Ineanl-
yanddcath. It strenjthons the Nerved , Drain ,
memoryf lilood , Muscles , l > U tlve and Ilopro-
iuctlro Or ne , H restore an all the onranlo
unstli-ns their former Tljor and rltallty , ma-
Inir Ufa cheerful and enjojablo. 1'rlco , (3 a
ottlo , or four times the quantity 10. Sent by
xpress. secure from bsprTatlon. to any address.
n receipt of price. No. O. 0. D. sent , except
n receipt of 11 M a Ruaraitee. Letters rj-
ueatlnx anawero inuit Inclost stamp.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
ro tl i best and choapc t dyspepsia and bllllous
ure 1 1 the market. Sold by all druggists. I'rlce
0 conla , A.
Da Uims'a KIDHIT Ruiur , NsrumcuM ,
uroisll kind of Kidney and bladder complalnto.
ouorrhca , Rleoi and loucorthna. For sale uy all
: tl a bottle. '
ENQLiaH MKDICAL INSTITUTE.
TlBOJire St. , Ht. Louis , Mo.
For Bale In Omaha l > y
0. K. GOODMAN.
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U 1'iy Htvjl
Catarrli ,
EOJiBMA ,
Id Sores ,
Pimploa ,
JOILS ,
or any
Diseas
urea When Hot Springs fail
MAVIKN , ARK. , M y 1.1881
iVo have cnei In onr own town who lived at
ittiprlnys , nd were finally curoJ with H , S , H.
r. Fl
YOU doubtcome to toe UH and Wl" WILL-
UIK YOUU Oil charge nothing 11 Write foi
rtlculars and copy of little llsok 'Uuwage
the Unfortunate Kufferlnv
ll.OOO Reward will no | * uu ui any
uuilut who will mid , on analysis 100 bottles
B. B. , ono particle ol Mercury , Iodide i'otas-
unorftuy Mineral substance.
BWirTSPKCIKIO CO. I'ropa.
Atlanta , a
Price of Small site , 1.00.
o size 81.76.
Bold by KENNAUD UH03.lt CO
'tin ( Jnnnrall *
Jfo Iiuad-acho or linck-nclio for Indict
LJ - ' k "V/INE OF CARDUI. '
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DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL * .
HOTELS , PROPKlRTOna TOWN ? '
ARLINQTON. J. Q. MelNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb.
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8. Mllford , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE. f. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , N b
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Btromtburg Ne
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvllla
CITY HOTEL , OHENEY & CLARK , Dlalr. Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD. Nellgh , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL E. SEYMOUR , Nabraitui City , h b
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeeplnKWatar.N *
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O , OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Nab
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Clarlnda , Iowa
ENO'3 HOTEL , E. U END , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. D. HACKNEY , Athland , Nab
METROPOLITAN HOTEL. FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Net ? .
MORQAN HOUSE , E. L. ORUDO , Quid * Rood , Nab.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Oreiton , la.
JUDKIN3 HOUSE , JUDKINS & DRO , , Rod Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO.OALPH , Ex Ira , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O.M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la , '
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQE8S , Noola , In.
CITY HOTEL , DID. WILLIAMS Harlan , la.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINQ8 , Corning , la.
NEDRA8KA HOTEL , JL , AVERY , Stanton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J. W. DOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS. P * ld City , N b ,
DAQNELL HOUSE , OHAB. DAQNELL , Oollega Spring * , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , > WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Drove , !
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , D , F.BTEARN8 , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb.
OOUQLA3 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarkm , Neb.
DIDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN , Bedford la
ARLINGTON HOUSE , 0. V. BLAOK & BON , Marj-ivllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
AND
IT" - vyrr
Mining and Milling Company.
rorkln ? Capital - 30C,000
ijpltal HiocK. - tiooonoo
'ar Value of Shares , 126,000
5TOCK FULLY PAiD UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
Dll. J. T. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming
WM. E. T1LTON , Vice-President , CuminlnnVoiiliIK
V. N. H Ml WOOD , Bccrolary , Cummlni , Wyoming.
A. 0. LUNN , Treaaurcr , CumrntnB , Wjomln
It. J. I. Thomas. Louis Miller W. 8. llramel. A. O. Dunn.
I. N. Horwood. Francis Loavoni. Oco. II. Faloa. Lcwlt Zolman.
Dr. J. O. Watklns.
oSJmoBm QEO. W. KENDALL , Autborliod Apcnt for Sale of Stock : Be * ' <
EXCURSION
10-
EUROPE
Arranged . 'by Haruararl Maon-
norcbor.
CNl.Y $90
tn tbo Cabin Tor Round Trip.
From .New York to Atmvarp
and Return.
arr.cavlne New York Juno 10 , 1882. on
ho now and splendid Mill Htoainor lich
and.
jt THcturn tltVcts good ono year on an }
toamer of thu Ited Star Line ,
xarRnllroad Fnro from Antwerp
o Paris. Only $1.50.
Tickets , Prospectus and all Informa
Ion Only U bo had from M. & , R DURQ
HEIM. Booksellers , 404 Vine Street , Gin
nnattl.O.
Til a Cincinnati Harugart Maori'
noroUor.
5ioux City A Pacific
JC.A.X3C.IC.O
[ HB SIOUX CITY ROUTE
Runs ft Solid Train Through from
Oounoil Bluffs to St. Paul
Without Ohango Time , Only 17 Hour *
IT u
LOO MILES TIIK BnORTEST BOUTK
nox
OOUNOIL BLUFFS
3 ST. PAUL , lONUBAPOLIS
DULUTH OR B18I1AROK
id all poInU In Northern Iowa , Minnesota and
kkota. TbU line U equipped with Ihe Improred
'cstlDEbouse Automatlo Air-brake and Hills
atform Coupler and llufler ; and for
BPEED , SAFETY AND OOlirOKT
unsurpaaoed. Pullman Palace Bleeping Cai
n through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kan
s City and St. Paul , via Council Illufls and
DUX City.
Trains leave Union Paciflo Transfer at COUL.
Bluffs , at 7:36 : p. m. dally on arrival of Kansai
ty. Bt. Joseph and Council Illuffs < train from
s South. Arriving at Bloux Oltv 11:86 p. m. ,
dat the Now Union Depot at ct Paul at 1W : )
on.
on.M DOUOa IN ADVANCE OF ANYOTUEB (
, - " BOLTK. ,
( arRemember In taking the aloux City Routs
u vet a Through Train. The Shortest Una ,
i Quickest Time and a Comfortable lUde In tht
irouKb t'ars between
COUNCIL IJLUPP8 AND ST. PAUL.
tytJoa that your Tickets red via the "Sloai
y and Pacino Ilallroad "
f 8. WA1TLE3 , J. R. DUCIIANAN
Superintendent. Oen'11'aM.Airanl.
P. K. R011INHON , Ass'l Oen'l Pass. Ag't.
Uuwourl Valley , Iowa
W , K. DAVIS , Southwestern Agent.
Councl Blufls Iowa
-or
HORT HORNiBULLS.
trill aoll at public anllo in COUNCIL
BLUFFS , IOWA , on
MayMayStli , 1882 , at 2 p , m.
THIRTY HEAD OP
loronglibroil Sheri Horn Bulls ,
of good families , and good indiv
idual animals. Torma cash ,
/
J. M. OHAPIN.
lihed on application to W. T' .
rcrly , CouoclMJIufl * , IOWA. apr21-wltdi
*
Is the old Fatorlto and
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE.
DETROIT , NIAGARA PALLS ,
NEW YORK.BOSTON ,
And all Poluti East and South-Eut
TIIK LINE COMPRISES *
Nearly 4,000 miles. Solid Smooth Steel Tracks
All connections nremaJo In UNION DtPOTB.
It bus a National Imputation ss being the
Qrcat Through Oar Line , and Is universal/
conceded to bo ttm FINEST EQUIPPED Hail-
road In the world ( or all class : * ol travel.
Try It and you will find traveling a Injury
Instead of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via 'his Celebrated Lint for
sale at alt nfflcns In the Wua' . ,
All Information about Ilatos of fare , f leenlnj
Car Aoocmuiodatlon * , Time Tab'es , So. , will t *
cheerfulglrnn ! by ujip'ylnlnj to
2d Vlco-l're 't & Gen. lina crChicago.
PERCIVAL LOWELU
Gen. Pawener Agi. Chlcara.
W , J. DAVKNPOKT ,
( Jen. Airent , Connell muffs.
II. P. DOELL , Ticket Axt.'omah * .
morn-ed ly
1880. SHORTJJHE. ,1880.
JCANSAfl CITY ; '
rni O LT
Direct Line .to 8T. LOUIS
AND THE EAST ,
From Omaha and the West.
All tralni leave D. 6 U. Depot , Omaha : Neb.
fo change ol can between Omaha and Bt umls.
and bat one between OMAIIA and
NEW YORK.
0X3K
Dqily PassengerTrains
UAQ1CIOTt
CABTKHN AND WESTERN OITIK3 with m
OUAUQKa and IN ADVANOK ol Air ,
OTIIER LINKR.
This entire line U equipped with Pnllmann
'alaoe Sleeping Oars. Palace Day Coaches. Miller1 *
tfetr riatform and Coupler , and the coiebntod
resilnghouse Air-brake.
oVpee that your ticket reada VIA &AN8A8
31T1T , hT. JOSEPH * OOUNOIL BLUFrt ) IUII
oad , via St. Joxiph and at. Loulo.
Tickets for sale at all coupon stations la It *
Vtti. i. F. ARNARD ,
0. DAWES , Oen.Bupt. , St. Joeepb'Uo '
L Qsn. Fan. and Ticket AgV , St. Joseph , lio. IR
, coLgen ,
lOMFaVnhamBtTeet.
W , J.DiVUiroKTt OeneMl Agunt ,
OXAUA , 1 ?
. .
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j
TO BUILDERS.
Seated proposal ) will bo received up to Uay
, Ivn'i. at 8 o'clock p m. for I uruUhlug m * .
vrals and bulldluauohool huuid on bloct 0 ,
iriiid Ulaud , Neu. , cconlmr tu pluni and
iiccl Jratlous ta be jon at oillco of lAigt It
Jct'h rion. Oauiii , N b. , frm April 15 ( a to ,
nd thereafter t uiy oUloj. I'roposiU will be
culvedfjrallora-iypirtof iho work , til lit
o reject any or all b'dirMtrvod. Proposals K
M endorsed 'Trouo < uU for Itulldlug Hchogl
IoU4u" ttudaddrmiMl to
J. I'.tKfRS'OdOf , Siee'y.
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