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    US DAILY BEE : TUESDAY MA * 2 188 * .
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Blufla Iowa ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
OcncrM Agent ! for the Celebrated Mills o II. I > . Rush * Co. . Golden K K'O ' Flour , Lcmnwoith ,
Kan tinnd Queen lice Mil' * . Sioux Kails , lUkota.
Fcfe'cncc , Smith A Ctl t nden , C'outicll BlufN , la.
HI. IE.
WHOLESALE AND IIBTA1L
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
_ _
TITLE ABSTRACT OFFICE.
jr.tv. . < * > CK TT x xc. DEI AC G o.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC ANJ > CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA.
16 florth Main Street ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Read ) fitted upixri , In calf ikln And kip. Oak anil Hemlock fcOLE LEATHER , and Ml
goals appertaining tothOBhoe tr de. Do d sold at cheap as In the Kast. _
MRS , -lORRIS' - ' Biff MILLINERY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPEOIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That nerer require crimping , atMrs. . J , J Good's Hair Store at pr ce < never bcfcre touched by
any other hair dealer. Aluo a lull line of twitches , etc. , at greatly reduced price * . Al o gold ,
silver and colored nets \Va\es made from ladles' own hair. Do not fall to call before purchtiln ?
elsewhere. All goods warranted aa represented. taRS. J. J GOOD.
29 Main itreet. Council UluQi , Iowa.
MASON WISE ,
L1TER1 , MED & SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in the west.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for sale ,
also afine lot of mules
just received which
will be closed out
cheap.
SCOTT ST. , NEAE BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
UtiMOVKU without the
droning of blood or use of
knife. Curca lung diseases.
A \m rvnuiMf Fits , Scrofula , Liver Com-
fraa ; P'alnt. ' DropqUhcuina -
T U M 0 R S tl8m. 1'ever and Mercur-
I W HI u II W ial B0rcg > Erysipelas , Halt
Khcum , Scald Head , Citatrh , eik , inlUmod
and granulated Eyes , --crofulous Ulcers and Fe-
tnalo Dla ase of all kinds. AUo Kidney and
Venerial diseases. Hemorrhoids or 1'ilcu cureil
or money refunded.
A 1 diseases treated upor the principle of veget
able reform , without the use of mercurial pois
ons or the knifu.
Electro Vapor or M-dlcatcd Biths , furnished
thOBO who doalra them.
Hernli or Rupture radically cured by the use
ot the Elastic belt Truia and Piaster , which hod
DO superior In the world.
CONSULTATION FREE-
CALL O.V Oil ADDRESS
i
Drs , R , Rice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BL JFFS , la.
LIVERY ,
Feed and Sale
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet' ! old stand. Council Chid' , Iowa.
_ WILLARP SMITH. I'rop.
W.D.STILLMAN ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician and Surgeon ,
Office and residence 616 Willow avenue , Coun-
cll UlugJ , Iowa.
Iowa.W.
W. K. SINTON ,
DENTIST ,
14 Pearl Street , Otunoil Bluffs.
Extracting and filling a speclilty. First-class
work guaranteed.
DR. A. . P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. It Pearl Street. Ilouia , 0 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. m. , lo 5 p , in. Ketldcnco , 120
Han croft street. Telephonic connection with
Central office.
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
Hours from 10 to 11 a. m. , and 2 to Jip. m.
BAKER'S LIFE ASSOCIATION ,
DE3 MOINE3 , Iowa.
Incorporated July 1st , 1679 , for the mutual
benefit of bank cithers nnd their customers ,
Ili-cil on prlncples of K uirr , ECONOMY AMD SB-
CURITT. A few oqwrloncej life Innurance sollcl-
torj vanted Ad'lrcm ' , If. M Hteveus , district
solicitor , Office No. 7 , Evertt'd blocK , Council
Illuffi , Iowa. ItesluencellOl 1th avenue , I * O.
b x H-'S.
H'S.S. . E. MAXON ,
OEI o rz * .
Office over sivlnxi bank.
COONOIt. . BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
REAL ESTATE.
W. 0. Junes , la connection with his law and
< /
collection buelnca * buys and Bella real estate.
Persona wlshlny to buy or sell city property call
at his office , o > cr UujhneU'a book store , Pearl
r ( tract.
tract.EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public ,
416Broadway , Council Bluffs
Decdj ad mortiH'e * drawn and ackooledged
HAIR GOODS.
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Wavoa Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nota , Combs , finishes , Face-pow
ders , Bands , Hair Orna-
monta , &c. , &o.
All Goons Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
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.
Graduate of Elcctropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , roans.
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL I1LUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of nil diseases and pMnful Jdlf-
flcultloa peculiar to fcn'aloa a specialty.
1 he Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Empley the boat Ereid Baker In the West ; also
a choice hind for Cakea and Pies.
Bread delivered to all parts of the city.
FRESH FISH !
:
Game and Poultry , IF Ia
Can always be found at D. DANEHY" ,
130 Upper Droadwuy.
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JNO.JAYFKAINEY
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Justice of the 'Peace
3U DROADWAY ,
i
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES , 0y
Loans anflRealEstate ,
Pioprletor of abstracts of Pottawattam !
xmnty. Office corner of Broadway and .Main
urecu , 0 uncll llluffs , Io a.
JOHN STEINER , M. D ,
( Deutachor Arzt. )
ROOM C , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Council Bluffa ,
Diseases f women and children a spoclalty.
\ J , MONTGOMERY , M , D , ,
FllKE DlHPENSAllY KVEUY SATUHDAY , CO
re
Office In Fvcrett'a block , Pearl treet. Real ] in
ence t23 Fourth ttrcct. Olllcu hour * from D to tli
a. m , , 2 ta 4 and T ti 8 p. in. , Council I luffs ta
F. G. CLARK uiHi
. . . , in
inm
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PRACTICAL DENTIST. wl
wlwl
Peari street , opposite the postofflce. One of I „
he oldest prictltloners in Council Bluffi. atla OX
ifactlon guaranteed In all cases. he
ODELL& DAY , ch fei
th
GENERAL FIRE INSURANCE
AND
tic
IEAL ESTATE AG'TS , atl
MONEY TO LOAN. cu !
Boa d ofjTrade building , JJouncll lllutTn , la. fui
bu
JOHN LINDf , Hi fri
ITTOBHEY-AT-LAW GUI
'ill practice In all state and courts tic
ptdka ( Jcnnaa Lanyu e , wl
PRODIOIOTJS.
The Qrontoat ftchemo of the
Sovorivl ttaatorn Cities to bed
d by Electricity ,
Hochc t < t Special to Cincinnati Enquirer.
TiUs ovoningyourcorroapondont in-
rpcctod articles of agreement , which
had just arrived by mail , nnd wore
drawn up between the Prospect Park
association , of Niagara Fnlls , Niagara
county , N. Y. , of the first part , nnd
Loonnrd Hcnklc , inventor , of Koch-
cstor , N. Y , of the second part , stip
ulating that for a consideration of
$1,000,000 , the party of the first part
agreed to execute to the party of the
second part n deed to Prospect park ,
its ninu acres of Iniid nnd three acres
outside , in the village of Niagrara
Falls. That this itnportnnt contract
might bo thoroughly understood , your
corrcsp6ndcnt interviewed ( Jol , lien-
kle , the local inventor , this evening
"I have about consummated , " said
he , "tho biggest oloctrio light project
vor dreamed of. When a Now York
paper a few days since quoted n gon-
tl eman as saying ho behoved all Now
York would yet bo lighted and heated
by electricity brought through cables
from the power that generated it , at
the greatest cataract iti the world , it
only hinted nt half what I , through a
largo company of capitalists , propose
to accomplish in that very direction.
This million-dollar contract I hold in
my hand is only the beginning ot the
great things that this prospect will yet
develop. I have canvassed among
eading capitalists of Now York , Boston -
ton , and other largo cities , and found
; hem ready to agree , after taking moro
liints of the nature of my now elec
tric-light inventions , that just as soon
as I could secure right and title to
vhp water-power of Niagara , or any-
Lhing co-equal , they stood ready to
lombino and push the inventions to a
practical test if it took $30,000,000 to
doit.
"I would bo foolish to doscrlbo to
you in any way the exact nature of
these inventions until my project is
moro practically perfected , ns I hope
to BOO it in a very few wcoks , certain
ly before autumn. But I will say
this , that this land contract contem
plates the execution of n deed in fee
simple controlling the water power of
the ontito American falls nt Niagara ,
seine 2,000,000-horso water power al
together. When I first approached
ono of the prominent officials con-
nncting with an existing Electric
Light company , and broached the
subject to him , ho pooh-poohed nnd
said , 'Oh , you poor fool , you never
car > got possession oi Niagara or the
right to its gigantic water power.
Why , the government itself has boon
trying to buy the American side for a
public park , but couldn't do it. Wo
admit your scheme might work if you
could only got sutllcienc power to
work it , but Niagara isn't to bo BO
easily had. " '
"That electrician , " continued Hon-
klo , "has already turned out to bo a
false prophot. You see , here I hold
a title incontrovertible. The pur
chase of Prospect Pork for 81,000-
000 would almost pay even if Niagara
could not bo utilized with it. In 1871
the receipts of the Park Association
woroovor § 12,000. Last year they
amounted lo upward of $33,000. You
BOO wo want that park , and I start
for New York just before midnight
to see the promising capitalists there
to-morrow and next day.
"Tho capital stock of the company
when oruani/.od will bo about § 20 , 000 ,
000. Enormous buildings and ponderous
derous machinery will bu constructed
on the brink of the American falls ,
nnd to these buildings there will bean
an immense raceway coming from the
rapids , a short distance above the
falls. Wo can have water sufliciont
for 2,000,000 horse-power there upon
the money conditions named , and the
Further condition that the water bo
returned to the river within a given
listanco. ,
"I decline to describe ono procosa
jf generating electricity by this un- a .
iniited hydraulic force , but can r
limply say wo will conduct that oleo- c
ricity through properly insulated iiC
HSCS under-ground to sixty-five prom- C
nont American cities and towns bo- 1I
ween Boston and Chicago. Just as 1y
; oed and torciblo an olootrio current y
an bo conducted 500 miles by my SIt
> recess as can be utilized within an SIsi <
iroa of ono mile. Wo also contom- si
ilato domestic light attachments to siI
ho main cables
, and will just as
uroly _ bo able to transmit limited n
loctrio power for operating machin- P
ry and for heating purposes ulti- w
natoly. gim
"There will be about 10,000 miles giw
1 cables altogether , with correspond- w
ng ( machinery for industrial purposes , g <
'his contract , looking toward the per- P <
action of my project , was , as you see , at
xecuted yesterday at the falls. Do
ou wonder I said it was a big
ohomo. Do you see the agreement as K <
> how the $1,000,000 consideration is
bo paid ? The United States gov- lit
th
MI" MI three per cents have hewn thLi
forward this undertaking. - Li
.I3.
t B v , ly they nro named in the
.
Colonial Honklo at this point loft teat or
at ready for the Now York train , and CO
ado the ej
correspondent u very hasty
Good night. " He is a highly-skillod tri
icchanic , has patented uuvoral Tory orwi
iluablo inventions , and has boon wiA
orking with the oloctrio light almost A |
long as Edison. ot
ot
Folllner Uoad'when Caught. CO
Jennie U Brion , a pretty and inno- th
nit looking girl of eighteen , was ar- th
sted in New York on Monday oven- Ja
'
g and taken to'a police station for
10 night. The next morning aho raa
ken to Jefferson-market police court , Ell
id , says The New York Sun , oxhib- CO ]
id marked signs of fright on enter- pa' '
g the court station house , Five bin
mutes later she fell to the floor in if ,
fiat appeared to bo a faint , but from Bid
bich she never revived , She was cul
spooled of having boon engaged in rnu
tensivo robberies at the Sturtovant pl
luso and elsewhere ; and had con- ton
ssed ono series of thefts The only coi
argo against her on the returns was oul
at she was a "suspicious parson. " jmi
atectivo Schmittbergor Bays that the pai
rl went quietly with him to the sta
in house , and did nothing lo attract
tontion after she had been put in a r
11 for the night. She wont to Jef- Ga
son market quietly in the morning , u I
it on entering the
prison seemed spc
ghtonod and heaved a long sigh. mi |
a turned her over to she prison olli- thu
r and quitted the place. hui
The oflicer at the prison said ho need - arr
od that she was very much alarmed gai
\oa \ she catno in , and held back ns fed
ho told her to on tor the coll. _ SovcrV
other women were inside , awaiting ar
rnisnmont In the court. She sat Hewn
upon a bench ns she entered nnd be
gan crying violently. Ho told her it
was foolish nnd would do her no good.
About five minutes nftorwam lie
hoard n noise , nnd found she had fallen -
on to the floor , apparently in n faint.
Ho drew her into the corridor , placed
n support under her head , nnd at
tempted to revive her with water. Her
pulse had almost ceased to beat. A
mcssngo was at once sent to St. Vin
cent's hospital for a surgeon and am
bulance. Both arrived in n few min
utes. Dr. D E. Millbrpok , the stir
goon , pronounced the girl dead , and
said ho thought the cause must have
been some form of ho.vrt disease.
The girl came to this city from Sar
atoga in September last , nnd became
n servant at the Sturtovant House.
She remained there until Jan , 18 ,
when she was discharged for repeated
absences from the houao without per
mission. She returned to Saratoga
nnd remained away from Now York
until Wednesday ot last week , when
she returned.
Mr. George Leland , proprietor of
the Sturtovant Uouso , told n Sun re
porter yesterday that in the death of
this girl ho bolinved the clew had boon
lost to nn important robbery which
occurred at the Sturtovnnt House on
Jan. 10. An nctor residing nt the
hotel with his family was robbed of
$8,000 , which was taken from between
the mattresses of his bod. The
money had boon in this place of con
cealment for several days , during
which time many persons had
boon in the room. A straugo thing
about the robbery was the fact that
valuable diamonds and jewelry were
in the room and exposed to view at
the time , but were untouched , From
other sources the reporter learned
chat the victim of the robbery was
Willie Edouin , of the "Sparks" com
pany. Jonnia O'Brien foil under
suspicion , as she was the chamber
maid who cared for the rooms , but
her excellent character nnd the house
keeper's confidence in her honesty , as
well as her own straightforward de
nial , turned suspicion in other direc
tions.
tions.Mrs.
Mrs. Murray , the housekeeper at
the Sturtovant house , said that she
had never seen a girl whoso manner
and personal appearance bettor recom
mended her. "Pretty , neat , careful
in.hor work , I never saw n look or
motion which indicated that she was
sly or dishonest. She convinced the
iotoctivo , as well ns myself , that she
knew nothing about the $3,000 theft.
Iho only thing I know against the
; irl was her many strange acquain
tances , who seemed to bo invariably
bad , nnd toward the close ef her ser-
Fico she remained away over night. "
Detective Schmittborgor said that
the death of this woman disarranged
plans that had boon laid for catching
in export gang of hotel thieves. She
tiad been the most valuable accom
plice they could secure. She was
much their superior every way , even
morally , but had allowed herself to
bocoiho their tool. Their plan was to
put her in a hotel , where she would
make herself acquainted with the
rooms and furnish her accomplices
with the keys to these in which they
: ouid secure valuable plunder. The
jang had prepared io work this game
3xtonsivoly here and at Saratoga this
iuinmor. It was found that the girl
iiad purchased four valuable silk
iresses for herself , and other articles
.vliicli cost much money. Ono of her
iccomphccs , an ex-convict , had
> ponod an oyster saloon in this city.
in ox-convict managed it , and another
s employed in it. The girl told a
riend that if she overgot into trouble
ithcrs whom she had helped should
luil'cr with hor. Tiio detectives had
i perfect network about her , and
voujd have convicted her , mid through
lor it was expected tc convict others ,
[ * wo officers had gene to Saratoga to
rrost other persons.
The girl confessed to the detective ,
.ftor her arrest , that she had stolen
nany articles at the Sturtovant house ,
hieily linen , and said that they were
n a trunk at the residence of Mrs.
'assontino , No. 139 West Thirty-
'hird street. They were found by
) etoctivcs Schmittbergor nnd Dunlap
estorday morning , and taken to the
tation house. There wcro about
ironty jioces of linen and a few small
ilvor pitchers. These articles , the
irl said , she took at different times
uring her tortn of service. She did
ot attempt te explain her largo ox-
ondituro of money. A young man
oil known to the police accosted the
irl an she was entering Jefferson
tarkot yeatorday , and told her uho
as all right , as he had secured her
} od counsel. The girl is said by the
jlico lo have boon the sweetheart of
i ex-convict.
An Electric Light Monopoly. F.
> w York Special to the Chlcigo Times.
Ono of the most gigantic inonopo- F.T
)8 of the ago has been created bye
o union of the Edison Electric
ight company with the Gramme T ]
lectrioal company , on the 22d of last
onth. By this combination thu sov-
al largo companies that claim to
ntrol all of the patents applying to
jsting systems of lighting by elec-
icity are formed into ono monster
ganization. The Gramme company
18 established in the litter part of c
pril , 1881 , and prior to the joining DC
the Edison company was composed
the American Electric Light
mpany of New Britain , Conn , ,
o Brush Electris company ,
o Fuller Electrical company , the
blochkoff Electric Lighting coin-
ny , the United States Eloctrio
ghting company , and the Western
uctrio Light company , All of these
Tipanitiu were possesod'of valuable
toutH , and were supposed to bo
3kud by ampin moans. So strong ,
faot , did the Grammo company con-
er itself that it announced by cir-
lar that the patents owned by its
imbors covered fundamental princi-
IB involved in all the existing sys-
us of lighting by electricity , and
lid not bo successfully avoided by
tftido companies. The Edison com-
> y was ono of the "outside com-
nes. "
Dancing Immigrants
rhcro was a lively d nco at Castle
rden Tuesday. The orchestra was
Uerinun accordeon player. The
ictators were thirteen hundred mi
grants who had just landed , and
performers numbered about a
iidrod Swedes of both BOXOS , who
ived Sunday. The programme bo-
i with a Swedish dance , accompan-
with many war-whoops. A aim-
ulUnoous sounding of all the notes of
the accordoon was the signal to change
partners nnd reverse figures , the
dancers saluting each other with n kiss
as they did so. The thirteen hundred
English , Irish , Welch and Oorman
immigrnnts wanted to join in the
dance , but the Swedish peasants
would not nllow it.
Horrible OnirnRo * Agalna ! Jew * .
Tlio Harift newspaper gives nn no-
count of a shocking tragedy which
occurred in the neighborhood of the
town of Loubnn. On the night of
March 24 three soldiers of n lancer
regiment quartered in the town en
tered the establishment of n Jew retailer
tailor of spirits of the name of Ma-
inliolT. The hour being late , the
'nmily , consisting of nine persona ,
Itad retired to rest , with the exception
if the oldest daughter , n girl of 18.
The soldiers asked for fourponnyworth
of "vodky , " with which they were
duly solved by the girl. When the
linuor had been consumed she asked
them to retire , ns the hour so Into.
Her guests did not hurry thorn-
selves , but presently two of
thorn wont out. The third ro-
maincdand approaching the bed where
the owner of the establishment \ wns
lying asleep ho woke him np and de
manded his money. The terrified
.low sprang up , but bnforo In * could
take n single stop the soldier fired two
shots with his revolver nnd the
wretched man fell n bleeding corpse
before his daughter's oyes. The
screams of the girl nwoke the whole
family , Her mother , who was in n
back room nnd whom recent events
had taught to expect violence nnd
outrngo , seized her two youngest
children nnd hid ono of them in nn
empty box , which she shut and locked ,
nnd the other under n couch. She
then tried herself to escape through
the window , but the soldiers were on
the lookout , nnd rushing nftor her
they caught her nnd bent her until
she foil senseless , nnd ns they sup
posed , doad. Then the murderers re
turned to the houso. There they
found two buys , ngod 14 nnd 1C , stand
ing nwo struck and nlFrightod over
their slaughtered father.
The barbarians were unmoved by
this pitiful sight nnd the boys speedily
ihnrod the fnto of their pnrent nnd
foil dying on his corpso. Now thu
murderers began to search the house ,
md soon discovered the child whom
the mother had concealed in the
smpty trunk. This unfurltir.utc in
fant they kicked to dentil with ttuiir
ipurs. Having thus dicp d of the
ivholo family , excupl iho eldest
laughter , tlio rulliuua next turned
heir attention to her , and , under
hrunts of the most fearful cotmu-
} uoncos should she refuse , they bid her
uform thorn where her father's monpy
vns to bo found. The trembling girl
liaclosed the hiding place of the little
itoro which hnd boon saved na the ro-
lult of the industry and thrift of the
nmilynnd-tO roubles andaovonsilver
ipoons became the booty of the nssiis-
ins. It might have been supposed
heir evil passions would linvo been
iatialiod with the crimes already com-
nittod , but the unforonato ) girl soon
ound that such was not the case. The
ullians indeed spared her lito , but
hey brutally outraged her before loav-
ng the house. Having thus wronkod
, heir will on nil the members of the
amily they nt lost departed. I
The worst feature in the whole nf-
rair has , however , yet to bo rotated ,
md will show how little mercy tlio
lows can expect , oven from these
whoso duties should especially teach
hoin compassion. On leaving the
icono of their atrocities the soldiers
liscovcred that the mother of thof.im-
ily , whom they had left for dead , had
ccovored consciousness , nnd was en-
loavoring to get away to Book assist-
inco in the neighborhood. They flred
t her with their revolvers , and sue-
oodod in wounding her , but
ho nevertheless struggled on
nd got out of their roach.
? ho wretched woman , blooding nnd
overod with wounds and clothed only
n the night dress in which she was
leeoping when the attack commenced ,
ought the protection of a monk who
vod close by. The monk got up on
oaring her crioa , but when ho open-
d his door and discovered that it nrns
only a Jewess" that sought his pro-
3ction lie refused assistance or refuge ,
nd the people of the neighboring vil-
igo the next morning found the >
retched woman lying nil but naked ,
mseless and dying in the roadway. . - -
or
HORT HORN BULLS.
will soil at public sallo in COUNCIL
BLUFFS , IOWA , on Orn
riflay May 5th 18B2 at 2
, , p , m. coi
foi
foiI
THIRTY HEAD OF I
off
offI
lorouglibroil Short Horn Bulls , Vli I
of good families , and good indiv VliS
idual animals. Terms cash , S :
J. M , OHAPIN. T ]
latnlotfuo ) furnlinad on application to W. If ,
letly , Council IllulfJ , Iowa. apr24-wltdg
The Great .English finmody
" "
- - - .
.Norer falli to cuio
iNervouB Debility , VI
tal Kxlrau.tlon , KmU-
ilons , Bcmlnal Wcak- ro
nuiHOB.LOBT MAN
HOOD , and all tbe and
vll tfftttn of youth Dak
( ill follies and excen- Wet
< i4. It utopB | H'rma
ili'ntly all ,
nvoluntary loan eancl
lriH uimn tlio y -
, theliiuvllulj'u re-
- 7,7 ; - ' -ultof theooevilprae.
: s , which are BO dotnic'lvv ' to mind and body
I make life miserable , often leading to liuanl-
irnl death It itrcnifthen ) the Nirvcu.Ilraln ,
: mory ( Illood , MuaUei , incentive and Htpro.
: tlve Ork' < 'n , It rtintorca n all the organic
: tlcn their former vigor and vitality , ma-
If life cheerful and tnjojulilo. I'rico , { 3 a
tie , or four times t .o ijuaiulty * 10. Sent by
> re . Ducuro from eh urratlon. to anyoddrvm ,
receipt of price. No. C , 0. I ) . Hunt , except
receipt of fl an a idiarantce , Lvttem rj-
Kiting anawera inunt Inclose nUimp. Tbi
Dr. Mintio'u Dandelion Pills
tt I beat and clivaixiat djipejiala and blllloiu
u I 'i the market. Bold by all Urutft'l'ta. Trlco C'V ' ,
IK UINTII'H KIDNKT ItKneor , Ntrumcoti , I
e ill kind of Kidney and bladder complalnte.
lorrliua , Klcet and luucorrhui. For tale uy all
tflbta : II a bottle.
KNULIHII JlKDIC'Af , INUTITUTK ,
718 Olive St. , Ht. LouU , Mo.
For Sal la Omaha by
C. K. GOODMAN.
anifr-lr
auty , health , nnd hr A' '
"WINEOFCAHnill"
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
HOTELS. PROPRIETORS TOWKf'
ARLINQTON. J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neti
8ARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. STELLINIUS , Mllfbrd , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , StromiburK N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvllla
OITY HOTEL. OflENEY A CLARK , Dlalr , Neb.
OOMMEROIAL HOTE- , J. O. MEAD , NellKh , Nab.
QRANP CENTRAL C..8EYMOUR , Nabraika City , Neb
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Water , Ne
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W.MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnda , low *
ENO'S HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. 0 HACKNEY. Athland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL. FRANK LCVELL. Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. OF1UUU , Quids Recd , Nob.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Oretton , U.
JUDKINB HOUSE , JUDKINS & DRO , , Red Oak , l .
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. OURCE88 , Neola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl D.WILLIAMS. Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE. MRS. M. E. OUMMINQS , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JIL. AVERY , Btnnton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J. W. DOULWARE , Ourllngton Junction , M
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , Dlanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , la ,
OOMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dcyld Cltr , N b.
DAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8. DAQNELL , OollegaSpring ; * , la.
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , rVM. LUTTON , VllllBca , la.
JUDKINB HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Crave , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F. STEARNS , OdebolL la
WOO Da HOUSC , JOHN EOKERT , Otcaola , Neb.
DOUQLAU HOUdE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarki , Neb ,
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. CDEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINQTON HOUSE , J. IOLAOK & SON. Marytvllte Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WIN9LOW HOUSE o MCCARTY , Seward Neb ,
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES , Aurora , Neb ,
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZIER , Sidney , Net ) .
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
C -OHLX )
AND
SIC
Mining and Milling Company.
- PJOC'.CXX ) .
t'ltalUock : , $ looonoo
at Vnluo of Bharca , (26,000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DK. J. I. THOMAS , Prenldent , Cummins , Wyoming.
WM. E. T1LTON , Vlco-Prosldont , Cummlru , Wyomlne
R. N. IIAHWOOD , Secretary , Cummlni , Wyoming.
A. 0. LUNN , TreaBurer , Cummins , Wyomln
) r. J. I. Thomas. Loula Miller W , b. llramol. A. 0. Dunn.
: . N. Ilarwood. Francis Leavonn. Qeo. II , Faloa. Lewis Zolmnn.
Dr. J. C. Watklna.
lOSJmcEm OKO. W. KKNDALL , Authorized Aeont for Bitlo of Stock : IV > - ' " " - > . . Nob.
rout for bolnir tlio mo9fJlroct , iiulckmt , an
ifcBt line connecting the L-rcat Motropolla. CHI
AOO , and the KAnrmw , NoRTii-EAHniu * , I > I
id qouni-EiBTiuN I.mun , which terminate there
! ( h KANBin CITT , LHIVINWOETD , ATOUIBOH
DDifc/iii IlLurra and OUAIIA , the GOUUIBCUI
vnita from which radlato
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
iat penetrate * the Gontuiuul from tba lilaeoni
Iver to the Faclflo Bloixt. The
mOAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
OIFIO RAILWAY
the only line from Chicago owning track In
anaaa , or which , by Its own rood , roachta tb
) lnto above named. No TRAKBriia sr Oiiauoi
o Miauma ooNRKoriONi I No huddling In 111
intllatod or unclean cara , aa every noaaenKerl
rrlod In roomy , clean and ventilated ccachM *
xin Fwit Kiiirum Tralni
DAT Oma or unrivaled magnificence , PcuaiAt
LIUOB SLBirma OAKB , and ourownworld-faoou * .
nine OAU , upon which mooli are Berrod of un
rpausod excellence , at the low rate of bivm-i
NI Cum IAOU , with ample time ( or bealthfo
IpyiDont.
Tbrouxh Can between Chicago , Feorla , Mil
tukeo and Missouri Hlver 1'olntu : and close ecu
ctlona at all polnta of InUnectlon with othai
ada.
We ticket ( do not forget this ) directly lo von
tee of Importance In Kanaon , Nebraska , DUV
ll , Wromln ; , UUb. Idaho , Nevada , Callforrt j ,
egott , Washington Territory , Colorado , Arltonn
d New Mexico.
Aall beral arranKoment * regarding baggage at.
y other line , and rates of fare always vi ow ai
mpetlton , who furnlab but a tithe o tUe com
Don and tackle of ( porUmen free.
rickets , maiia and foldera at all jirlnclna
ICCB In the United Htatea and Cana > ia.
it. K. CAI1I.K , K. ET. JOHN ,
: e I'rea'l & Gen. Gen. Tkt and I'aan'r At
anaicer , Chlcaro Cblcairo.
ioux City fi Pacific
ZC , A.XX.3ECO
3B SIOUX OITY ROUTB
ItuiiB a Hnlld Train Through from
Council Blufis to St. Paul
Without Ohanga Time , Only 17 Hour *
it u
OO MILKH THE 8UORTK8T EOUTB
COUNCIL BLUFFS
HT. PAUL , HINNKAPOLIH
UULUTII OB DI8MAKOK
all polnta In Northern Iowa. Minnesota and
iota. Thla Hue l c-iulpjicd wUi | the Improved
itlnKhoiue Automatic Air-brake and llllle
tform Coupler and Jiuflur ; and for
flPKEU , BAKtTTY AND COMFORT
mnirpatwed. I'ullman Palace Hlcoplng Oar
through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kau
City and Ht. 1'aul , vU Council Bluffi and
jx City ,
ralna leave Union Pacific Transfer at Couu-
iluff , at 7:80 : p. in. dally on arrival of Kanaat
i. Ht. Joaeuh and Council Itluffs train from
South. Arriving at Sioux City 11:86 p. in. .
at the New Union Depot at Ht. Paul at If.SQ
" '
IIOUB8 IN ADVANOR Of
ANYOTUKB |
.
. .
BOUTK.
Vllemeinber In taking the Bloux City lloutt
got a Through Train. The tihortutt Line ,
QutckuatTlmo and a Comfortable Hide In th
ouKh Car * between
COUNCIL ilLUKKS AND ST. PAUL.
Vbwi that your aickota read via thu "fjloui
r and Pacific llallroad "
B. WATTLK3 , J. II. BUCHAHAN
Huperlntendent. Qcu'l PAU. Aveut ,
' . E. HOlilNHON , AaVt Oeu'l PASS. Ag't. ,
Mtsuourl Valley , Iowa
W , K. PAVIH , SouthwoitoniAcout ,
Couucl Mulld Iowa
Clarkson & Hwnt ,
Bucceuatv * o Ulchardi ft Ha l ,
TTORNEYS-AT-IiAW.
8 Ulhbt'K'l1 On b Nib
FOR
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE.
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEWYORKBOSTON
, ,
And all Polut * Enit and South-East.
TnBUNECbliriUSES
Nearly 4,000 rnllca. Solid Smoath Steel Tracks
All ocnncctlonB nro made In UNION DtPOTS.
It bna a National Rupntatlon aa belnif the
Qreat Through Oar Line , and ! universally
conrnled to botha FlNEBT EQUIPPED Kail-
n.ad In Iho world lor all claueB of trarel.
Try It and rou will flnd traveling a Inxury
nitoad of a 'Jlacomfort.
ThniiiKh Tickets vU rhlj Celebrated tine lor
Bale at all oltlciia In tlio West.
All information about Uatea of Faro , Sleeping ;
Car Acucmmodallon * , Time Tables , lie. , will ba
cheerfully Kitin by applylulnf to
T. J. POTTEIT ,
id ! Vico-fren't & Gen. UanaKerCblcatro ,
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Hen. I'oanoiuer Agt. Chicago.
W. J. DAVKNI'OIIT ,
Uen Atront , Council HluI ( .
H. 1' . iiaULL , Ticket AX
morn-cd ly
.880 , SHORTJ.1NE. (880 ( ,
KANSAS OITY ,
3tJoe& Council Bluffig
H ru oiar
Direct Line to ST , LOUIS
AND TUB EAST ,
From Omaha and the West ,
Alltralni leave n. ft M , Depot , Omaha : Neb ,
Ho change of can between Omaha and ei. uonl * ,
and bnl one between OMAIIA and
NEW YORK.
Daily PassengerTrains
tlAOUISO AU ,
EASTERN AND WESTERN CITIES with LE8I
UUARQEU and IN ADVANCE of Ail ,
OTHER UNRK
Thla entire line U equipped with Pallman'f
Palaca Bleeping CUB , I'alaca Iay CcachoalMIIIor' <
Btfoty i'lbtfonn and Coupler , and the cuobtrated
Wevtmghouaa Air-brake.
iVTbee that your ticket rea > U VIA aANHAS
CITV. BT. JOSEPH & COUNCIL ULVffS Uall
road , via St. Jowpb and St. Loula.
Tickets for dale at all coupon etatloru In lha
Weat. J. F , BARNARD ,
O. DAWKS , Oen. Supt. , 81. Jo * > ph , Mo '
A Qua. Paw. and Ticket Atrt. , St. Jonvph , ilo.
, < „ ' AMpr UOKAU , Ticket Agonl ,
1WJ Tarnham otrcel.
W , J.DAYKxrORT , Oeneril Atua\ ,
0/4..U HS
NOTIOK OF DISSOLUTION ,
Notice In hereby given that tbo co-partner *
thlii hcntofore oxlatlng under the Him , name
anJ ktjleof J , U. I'auter& Co. , ban b enthU day
dliaolvud by mutual coujont. J II. Paqtur to
continue the buvlncwi , and will pay all deota
againai Bald tlriu anU colUct all dubta owing to
Bald firm.
IMod this 18th day of April ISO.
J. 0. 1'VKT'R ,
22-Bt FK .MCltuOKKS ,