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I JJB DAJUA' HEE : .CHUESUAl' . MAY 4 , I8o2.
O. O. CSOoaac As OO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council tllufls , Iowa ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Ocrxrtil Amenta for the Celebrated Mlllso' 11. I ) . llu h ti Co. . Ooldon Eiuto Hour , I > oarenwoith ,
Kan * , And Queen Bte Mills , Sioux Full * , Dakota ,
reference , Smith & Ctl t"mlen , t'mmt-ll DlnlTj , Ix
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT OFFICE.
or.vtr. . * > QJ TCT a : OR 23 AC o o.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
HOTARIE3 PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
15 North Main Street ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Heady-fitted uppers , In calf Mn ami kip. Oak and Hemlock fcOLK LEATHER , and Ml
coin appertaining tothoihoe tr > de. Oo ihioM M cheap m In the Kwl. _
, 'flORKIS ' rai STORE
FOR STYLISII SPUING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Bluffs la ,
That never require crimping , at .Mrs. J. J , Good's Hair Store , at pr ecu never bcfero touched by
any other hair dealer , Also a lull line of switches , etc. , at greatly reduced price * . Also gold ,
diver and colored nets Wares made from Ivllcs' own hair. DJ net fait to call bctoro purchislng
elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. JuUS. J. J ROOD ,
29 Main street , Council muffs , Iowa.
MASON WISE ,
V . ' - LIVER ! , FEED & SALE STABLE
. Y The largest and best
\ stables in the west.
, r Roadsters , Saddle and
, v draft horses for sale ,
' , also afme lot of mules
. , just received which
will be closed out
SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
hiT ) fl AMOVED without the
fl * Mn
I UM \ liKiX'rawing ' of blood or use of
U fl.ll UJJIUU knife. Cures luujr d ,
OTHI-'T ? Fits , Scrofula , Ll\cr Com-
I'14'1. ' Dropsy , Rhcuma-
T U M 0 R S tl8m- Fever and Mcrcur-
I U III U II U iai80rcP | Erysipelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald He id , Oita rh , woik , Inflamed
and granulated Eyes , -crofulous Ulcurs anil Female -
male DUtose of all kinds. Alw Kidney and
Venerlal diseases. He raorrhoidd or Plies cured
V or money reiunded.
A'l ' disease ] treated upo thcprlQclpleofvcget-
able reform , without the mo of mercurial poln-
ions or the knife.
Electro Vapor or M-dlcaleJ Baths , furnished
thodo who desire them. ,
Ilonih or Rupture radically cured by the use
of the Elastic bolt Trms and Plaster , which ha )
nonuperior la the world.
CONSULTATION FREE .
CALL ON" Oil ADDUE33
Drs , B , Rice ami F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
leed and Sale Stales ,
18 North Fi-Bt Street ,
Bou , uet old stand , Council U utt , Iowa.
WlufAIll ) iUTH , Prop.
Practitioner of HomcO | > nthy , C3i suiting
Physician and Surgeon ,
Ofllco and residence 615 Willow avenue , Coun-
4ll Dlufla , Iowa.
W. K ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extracting and Oiling a tpeclilty. First-class
work guarantee ,
DR. A. F. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
i mice , No. U Pearl Street. Houn , 0 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. m , , to 6 p , ru. Residence , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
OR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
: No , 617 First Avenue
Houmfrom 10 toll a. m. , and 2 to 6 p , in.
MKEH LIFE ASSOCIATION ,
DEB MOINES , Iowa. ,
incorporated July lit , 1870 , lor the mutual I
benefit ol bank officer * and their customers , I
lUidon principled of EQDITT , ECOXOMT AND HK-
iCORiTT. A lew experienced life Iniuranca aollcl-
itors wanted. Addresi , II. II. Htevons , district
.solicitor . , Office No. 7 , Evertt' bloci , Council
filuffi , Iowa. RoeluencoJIUl 4th avenue , P.O.
fcux 8 .
S. E. MAXON ,
Office over laving * bank ,
BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. 0 , Jainue , In connection with hi * law and
Collection butinetu buy * and tell * real estate.
Perec DI wishing to bur or ell city property calH
, &t bis office , over Hujhnell'i book store , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice oi the Peace and
Notary Public ,
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
and mortgage * drawn and ackooledged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order ,
Waves Mndo From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nets , Combs , Brushes , Fnco-pow-
dors , Bands , Hair Orna-
inonts , &c. , &o.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
337 W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St ,
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MRS , EJ , HAEDING , M , D , .
Graduate of Eleclropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Pen im.
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFl'8 , IOWA.
The trentmenl ol nil diseases and pilnful .dif
ficulties peculhr to fi'n'.tlca a | icclalty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROB1E ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Emplsy the best BreiJ Daker In the West ; also
a clioici ) lund for Cakes and I'ics.
llrcad ililiM'red to nil parts of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Cnn always be found at 0. DANEHY'P ,
130 Upper Broadway.
Justice of the Peace
3U BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Pioprlfctor of abstracts of Pottawattamlo
county. Olttco corner of Droadmty and Main
streets Council lllulTa , Io a.
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( Dcutbtlier Arzt. )
ROOM D , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Dleoosca of women and children a epaclalty.
P j , J , MONTGOMERY. M , D , ,
FHEB DIHI-ENHAUY KVKUV SATURDAY.
Office In Iverott'a block , Pearl troet. Reel ]
dence CJ8 fourth street. OIHce hour * from 9 to
8 a. rn. , 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. in. , Council I lug
F. G. CLARK ,
Pearl itre l , opposite the poetofflce. One of a
the oldest practitioner * In Council BluBi. BatU-
Ulactlon guaranteed IB all cages. I '
ODELL& DAY ,
GENERAL FiltH INSUHANUE
REAL ESTATE AGr'TS ,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Boa d ot Trade building , Council Illuflt , Ia.
JOHN LINDT ,
Will practice In ail Ute and court *
BELFORD ON BULLION.
A Breezy Interview on StlTor nnd
Wvhbgton Latter to UhlcAifoTribune.
Tlio binioUllisfa nro oxcitotl over
the fftct thnt n innjority of the hoiiao
bnnkiiic ; niul currency coiuinittoo hna
reported n bill to discontinue thu issue
of Bilvcr cortificntca. Mooting Judge
Holford , 1 asked :
"llavo you seen the report of the
majority of Uioaub-coinniittcoof bank
iiiK and currency on the retiring silver
oortilicntea ? "
"Yos , 1 liavo. Thut cominitteo is
coinpoai'd of two tnoinbcra from New
Jorfloy and onu from Maine. Harden-
bcrgh ia thu ehiuipiun of the imtionnl
banks , nnd Drowur of the tnrifl' .
Thceo gentlemen have signalized their
service in congress by looking after
purely eastern intorostaj and they arc
nil willing to sacrifice * my section of
the ropublU. They expect mo to vote
to protect the silk industry of Now
Jonoy , the iron interest of Ponnsyl-
vnnia , the catlory intoroat of Connec
ticut , the shipping intoroat of Maine ,
nnd then they expect the ponplo of
the west to tollow the load of Wnll
street and aacriflco the interoata of the
TltK FOLLY OF THKHK BASTBKNUKN
paaoos my comprohonaion. T/ioy / wnnt
western members to rote for n tarilf
commisaipn in order to keep up high
tiiriif dutioa , but whou wo aak thorn to
protect silver they turn their backs to
"What do you think of the tariff ,
commission bill ? "
"Tho truth is , that the tat iff comk
mission ia a mistake and a blunder.
The men who arc getting rich by ex
orbitant dutioa want to delay i > ro-
rision in order that their unholy gains
may bo perpetuated indolmitcly. Wo
have had nine tariff acts in tlu > coun
try , and nobody over thought oa
commission until the manufacturers
found thnt the tariff must bo revised ,
and then they brought forward this
this measure to client and defraud the
people. If you wnnt a commission to
devise wuya of getting money into the
treasury , why dpu't you wnnt a com
mission to doviao wayH of gottincr it
out ? If the cominitteo on ways nnd
moans is incompetent to supervise rev
enue questions , why is not the com
mittee on appropriations cqunlly in
competent to doviao ways to pay money
THE TKUTII IS ,
the whole thing is n blunder. Tnka
sugar. Wo import § 80,000,000 worth
and collect § 47,000,000 Do you
want a commission to advise you on
thnt subject ? The snmo is true , in a
largo degree , of other tilings. But
they say we must eliminate the tariff
from politics. When it is eliminated ,
what is left ? What are you goinir to
fight the coming campaign on ? They
propose to do nothing with the tariff.
They admit thnt wo hnvo an immense
surplus revenue that taxes and du
ties must necessarily bo diminished
but they want to put oil' this measure
for years to come. If the monopo
lists can bulldoze the committee.on
ways and means , what effect will they
have on the president ? Ho is mortal ,
like the rest of us. Now. I am in
favor of protecting all our American
industries. Iron , silk , cutlery , sugar ,
cotton , hemp , salt und silver ; but
these eastern gentlemen want to give
silver the cold shoulder , and protect
everything else. That scheme won't
TUB WEST rilOI'OSES TO HAVE FAIR
These eastern fellows are always
talking about tinkering with the cur
rency , and yet at the beginning. of
every session they make a raid on sil
ver. If tjioy want to war on silver
wo will war on national banks. "
"What occasions the complaint
about the tardiness of congress touch
ing general legislation ? "
" 1 had n conversation with a very
intelligent democrat the other evening -
ing concerning the defects in our gov
ernment. IIo uuid truthfully that
the minority govorim ; that one man ,
under the present rules , can control n
the house by objecting to the consid
eration of a bill. The minority have
three rights , and no inoro. First ,
discussion of a billj.tiecond , the right
to oiler amendments ; third , the right
to have a full house to vote on thu
measures. Beyond this the minority
should not bo permitted to go. In
NOBODY IH UKMrONHIULK.
Congrosa places the responsibility on
the departments , and the departments
place it on ctngrcss. Wo ought to
liav'o a cabinet whoso members are
entitled to a seat on the floor of the
house. If a secretary of state did not
act squarely wo would vote lack of
confidence ) in the administration , and
ho would go out. When wo made an
appropriation for the itrmy , if the
wonoy was not properly expended ,
wo would ask Mr. Lincoln to explain ;
if ho could not wo would turn him out
of ofiicu. And so with all our cabinet
officers. Under such a system wo
would have responsibility located
somewhere , and also gentlemen who
could explain tUoir policy to the repre
sentatives of the pooplo. AH it ia we
are feeding on the reverence for the
constitution of our fathers. That in
strument wiui good enough a hundred
years ago , but
THK FANTH THAT FIT A HOY
won't suit n man ; they are too small ,
When the constitution was adopted ,
wo had scarcely a,000,000 of people ;
Wo have 50,000,000 now. What we
want is a change of government. Wo
want our cabinet oflicors to have seats
on the floor of the house. Wo want
them : to bo responsible to the popular
will , and when they don't act right
wo want to turn thorn out , Wo want
to reorganize the house. Instead of
having forty committees , we want
three or four. First , a committee-
wayH and means , to get money into
the treasury ; second , a committee on a
appropriations , to pay it out ; third ,
committee on commerce , banking
and currency ; and ono on yitercal af
fairs , which will embrace railroads ,
public lands , Indiana , mines , etc. I
don't care how largo these committees
aro. Let them meet at 10 in the
morning , digest legislation , report it
to the house ; and have a right to
present it for consideration. The
house should moot in the evening.
This would giva the day for depart
mental business. I would
ABOLISH THK HEADING OP KHHAYH.
This is a practical and business ago.
and one not made for congroiiional
appendixes that sepulchral reposi
tory of speeches that are printed , but
"Now , these view * expressed by
iho democrat Minded to nbovc hav
considerable force and nro gainin ,
iround with intelligent men who have
carefully considered the situation am !
the difficulties nnd embarrassment
attending legislation in the house.
"But to recur to
THK HUIUF.OT OF SILVKII ,
fr.im which wo have wandered , I wil
say that these nnti-ailvcr nu-n over
look the fact thnt in England to-dny
the business mon nro making wnr 01
the aiuglo standard , llavo you real !
the letters of Mr. Van Uenssplner in [
The Now York Trilnino on thia silver
question in Europe ? If you have you
certainly have discovered that there
is n powerful party in Knglnnd in
favor of the double standard aa the
only moans of relieving Hrltish commerce
morco and tnnnufacturo from sorinus
dinicultica ; and yet , in the face of
this , thcao eastern gontlcmun nro
studiously making wnr on western in
torcita. I toll you this thing will nut
win. The west will not favor any
party tlmt discriminatca againat ( ho
interests thai have made that section
strong and great.
BILVKR IS JUST AH '
IMl'OUTANT TO COLO
as iron to Pennsylvania , silk to No.v |
Jersey , or copper to Michigan. If
the gentlemen in those statta wnnt us
to protect their interests they must
conao to make war on oura. They
overlook the fact that our prosperity
depends upon the product of our
mines ; our silver mines onnblo us to
build cities , conatiuct rnilrandfl , mul
tiply farms , and give employment to
thousands of laborers. If by hostile
legislation our mines nro closed the
people will sufler , and I propoao to
fight for the interoata of my state just
as Judge Kelley fights to protect ( ho
interests of his. "
THE FREE PASS SYITEU.
Gome from the Speech of the Hon.
Centos Klnnoy , In tbo Ohio Son-
The railroad pass which ia not , >
earned by actual service haa no good
reason for being.
Juries can not bo worked by rail
road passes , and hence almost all rail-
rend cases are taken up to the higher
courts , us a matter of course , out of
the reach of stubborn juries.
There ought to bo no room for even
the suggestion of n suspicion that nny
judge or nny oflicer of the courts.has
been plied with a motive for running
the machinery of litigation so as to
favor by n hair's breadth any man or
set of men.
The chari'/y of a railroad company
is as carefully calculated as a sot of
insurance table. It is founded on the
old doctrine of the elect. It begins
precisely where the interest of the
railroad begins , and it onda there.
Free posses are given to those , and
o.nly these , who are in positions to do
the roads good or to do them harm.
The otlicial railroad paaa has become -
como ao prevalent as to bo pestilent.
The great managers are reported to
have hold a recent meeting in Chica
go for the purpose of concerting some
measure for ridding themselves of this
post. But , after an earnest discus
sion and deliberation , ttjoy concluded
that they could not afford to run the
isk of offending judges , and auditors ,
and legislators , and congressmen , by
withholding pasioa from them.
Suppose , senators , that the lifo in
surance companies of the state had ,
in the first weak of the session , sent to
each of us n handsornopolicy paid up
to the close of our term of oflico , S
should wo not have boon put upon
suspicions that the transaction had
some faint and delicate relation to
laws for insurance companies ! Or
suppose the liquor dealers of the
lurgo cities had pooled their interests
in legislation and sent us checks for
face drinks on the saloons of uoluin-
bvs , "good until the close of the BRO-
sion , 1882. " Tlio entire frame-work
of society would have toppled with
indignation and horror.
John Smith , so longasho is Private
Citizen John Smith , pays three cents
mile for his railroad ridcn or is
thrown off tlio train. But lot him by
the votes of his fellow-citizens , become
Judge John Smith and ho pays noth
ing. Every time ho enters a cur ho , ,111 on
in'olTtct , receives three cents a milo
for the trip , as the company's addition a. wo
to his salary. The people give him so a.t
many dollars a day lor being judge , 1)0
and the company gives him so many ad
cents a milo for being judgo. lib is
thus in the pay of the railroad com
pany and in the pay of the people.
The people pay him for the services to
them. The company pay him for his (
sorv ci-a to whom ? That is the ques th
A lawyer had a case against a rail
road company involving over $100 , -
000. Ho had spent a full year in preparing - for
paring his argument on it. Ho be
lieved ho had aauro thing it the court
would hear all his poiiua. But the
court n district court-announced in
advance that ho could have only half
un hour to deliver his argument. And
the case was thereupon immediately
decided in favor of the railroad. It
was Saturday afternoon and the court
wont homo over the name railroad
whoso case waa no unceremoniously
disposed of , und every ono of Jhruu
conductors exhibited to the conductor 8
an annual free puns ever that road ,
The eijuolchod lawyer paid his faro at
three cents u milo and felt that ho hud tnd
not had a fuir share of the sympathy ly
of tlio court. (
Ilailroada are managed for the pur
pose of making money , The biggest
and keenest brains of the ago are en
gaged in their management. They on
understand human nature. They ruc on
know that judges are but mon. Their (
etporionco teaches thorn that mon are are
more pliable and more easily entreated
when stroked the right way of the fur , tO
than when Iho wrong way. They
seem to have learned that a judge with
foreclosed mortgage on 3,000 _ or
4,000 miles of railroad transportation
nestling in his secret ulfcotioiis is a
pleaeantcr and more bunurolent insti
tution to deal with in a close cane be
fore a jury than one who would ha\e
to pay three cents a milo on hia next
Saturday night's trip homo to hid wife
The people distrust the frcat rail
road corporaelons , with their uyndi
cates , and their pools , and their con
siderations , and their conspiracies for
putting rates up and putting rates
down , They want their roproeonta-
tives to ohare their diitrust. They
see , or think they BOO , that the mo A
nopolies , the aggressions and the 1
usurpations of the railroad magnates
of this country are threatening their
Interests , their rights and their yery
liberties. They sort , or think the ,
see , danger ahead in these onormou
aggroftntiona of property and power ii
the hands of a few chartered lords ol
transportation. They aeo. or think
they see , these mighty nabobs of the
palace CUM manipulating the great
money centres of the country to their
uses , clnmpimr their iron contrictions
on the pulsations of ita internal com
merce ; colleaguing and colluding with
favored monopolists to speculate in
the people's necessities to gnmblo
with the poor man's daily broad ; tosa
ing prices up nnd Hinging them down
by thimblcrigging the r. tca of trans
portatlon to lit the jobs of their con.
federates in the market , bleeding the
small freighter to transfuse hia blood
into the veins of the largo freighter ;
giving cut rntos to the oillos and exacting -
acting cut-throat rates of the province ,
all in the mine of competition , mak
ing their skillful moves hither and
thither on this great continental
chess-board of iron nnd atuol , so na to
nlwaya win the game against the pee
plo. They BOO , or think they BOO ,
that the government , instead of re
maining the healthful , throbbing
heart nnd the healthy , thinking brain
of i the commonwealth , is in danger of
degenerating into n monatroua , mor
bid ganglion of corporations ; that
these growths out of the body politic
nro becoming excrescences to drink
its blood , and aap its energies , and
usurp the functions of its vital organ * ;
in short , thnt democratic republican
ism ia faat transforming itself into
colporato feudalism , nnd the United
Stntoa of America into the United
Corporations of America.
Wo cannot holn noticing the libonxl offer
mnda to nil inviillila ntul nulTeron by Ur.
King's Now Discovery for i ounumpUon.
You nro jcuuosted to call nt ( J. K. Uood-
mnn'n Drug Store , and get A Trial Bottle
frt of cost , If you nro suffering with Con.
nmiptlon , Sovcrc Couglm , Cohla , Anthmn ,
Bronchitis , H y Fever , Loss of Voice ,
lloaraoneaa , or nny affection of the Throat
r Lungs. It will positively cure you.
n any atago
Old Sores ,
Cures When Hot Springs FA ! !
MAVSRN , ARK. , M y 2.1881
Wo have canoi In onr own town who llvod at
Hot ( Springs , nd wore dually cured with 8. H. S ,
UcCAMMON & ilURHT.
IP YOU uoubt.como to loa us and \ K WILL
CUHK YOUU OH charge nothing 11 Write for
particulars and copy of little Book
the Unfortunate Suffering
Sl.OOl ) Howard will bo pain to any
clicmlat who will Und , on nnalyelfl 100 tottlui
B. a. , ono particle of Mercury , lodldo Potan-
Blum or any Mineral Bub.tt.incu.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Prop * .
Atlanta , k
1'rlco of Small slie , JI.OO.
Largo nlru < J1.75.
Sold by KKNNAKll DUOS. & OO
iiitl Inurlik < I'i'Morttli" .
BRAY'S SPECIFIC MF.DICINE
TRADE MARK Thu OreafyifJun RJAOK
Mly , All tin-
Weak ii one ,
rhi'n , IIDIIOt- ,
oncy , and all
ct AFTER TAKiriQ.
an tMMOt Mumorj , I'nhiTB.il lAftil >
tilde , Pain In thu Hack , DimncHU of Y'Hon , Premature -
mature Old AKO , and many uthor Dlno-iioH that
load to Insanity or Coiumiiiptlon and a Prunia-
fcirl'iill i particulars ) our pamiihlrt , which !
t ! iluilrfi to hcnJ fruu I r mall to ovcry onu ,
CVTho Ppuclllu Uudlclno In laid by all dnwh'lati
41 per pickaxe , or Opack < c for < 5 , or will
0 Bunt frco by mall on reel ptof the money , by i
kddruualiiff TI1KORA JKDICINK. CO. ,
Iluflalo , N. 7.
Agenta for the Ufo Times and
Written by h
only llfo authorized liy her , and which will
not bo a "Dlnod and Thunder" atory , luch as ) > ai
been nn4 will lie puhlliheil , but a true I.lfa by ,
the only pi mon whoU In powoitlaii of the fuels
a fal mill and devoted wlfo. Truth I ) moro
Intereatuiif than fiction. Agents should tpply
territory at ono Bend 76 cti. for 8am-
ple Dook. J. Clmmbnrii & Co. ,
me-ooil-&w-eow Ht XouU. Mo-
The Great English Enmody
Norur fall * to cuio
Nervous I > < il > lllt > , Vi
tal Kxlmuntlon , limit-
ilon , Hemlnal Wuak-
HOOD , and all tlio
nil olfucU of youth-
lul follies and tucos-
H'H. It atop * ptrma
lluntly all weakening.
involuntary loan nanil
raliiB ui ii the ) him -
_ im , thp Inevitable ro-
" ult of thiHoovilprao' 1
ticca , which ro no dcmtructlvu to mind arid body ,0
made lifu mUcraWe , oltcn luulliiK to Innanl- ,
and death H 'renLtlitri ; the NiTven.HruIn ,
mcmorU lllood , SI melts , PUoutlvu and Itopro-
duttlvo Origin. It rvatoruii to all the orvanlc
lunctlrni their former vigor and vitality , ma-
lurf Ufa cheerful and enjoyable. I'rlcu , * 3 a
Mottle , or four times tr.o quantity * 10 , Sent by
ovprcaa. Bouuru from obuoriratlon , to ny oddrui * ,
receipt of price. No. 0. O. u. gent , except
receipt of 1 1 a a guarantee. Lettom rJ-
tlni ( ai w r > munt Inclota ttamp ,
Dr , Miutie's Dandelion Fills
tt bent and cheapest djijiepsla and blllloiu
cure I it the market. Sold by all drugtta. | Frlc
DH UIKTU'H Kutxtr KIMIPT , Nurmrricuu ,
Oureiill kind of Kidney and bladder coiupUlnte.
ronorrhea , eleet and leucorrhoa. For ralo uy all
diu/int ; > : II a bottle.
KNGLIHIl JIKDICAL INSTITUTK.
718 Ollvo Bt. , St. LouU , Mo.
For Bale In Omaha by
0. f , GOODMAN.
In going Eait take the
UMcago Morthwest- ,
Tralut U. ro Omahn. 3:40 : p. m , and 7 : 0 a. m.
ilull Iiiforrra i n call ( .a 11. P. UUKV Ttcke
( fen t Utb t .ifUhltu BU. J. DELt , U. P
ll uy popot.or tt JAMK3 T. OtAUK , Uencr
, Omaha laUiute tl
A trul package of "BUCK-DRAUGHT
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTElS.
HOTELS. PltUPlllJiTUJtti TOWNf
AnLINQTON. J. Q. MclHTIRE , Lincoln , Neb ,
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Nab.
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromttaurg Na
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivllle
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Dl.lr , Nab.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Nob.
GRANO CENTRAL C.JSEYMOUR , N brn ka City , Nab
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Waler.No
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Oreenwood , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. OUrlnda , low *
CNO'8 HOTEL , E , L. ENO , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B HACKNEY , Athland , Nab
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnton , Net } .
MORQAN HOUSE , E. L. QF1UDD , Quid * Recd , Neb ,
OUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Orriton , la.
JUDKINO HOUSE , OUDKINS & BRO , , Rod Oak , In.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. OALPH , Extra , In.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , 0. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , U '
WALKCR HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , In.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. BURGESS , Neola , la.
CITY HOTEL , 01 B. WILLIAMS , Hnrlnn , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. C. OUMMING8 , OornlnK , IA.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JL. AVERY , Stnnton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL J , W. BOULWARE , Durflngton Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blnnchard , la ,
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , la ,
OOMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , DKyld City , Neb.
DAQNELL HOUSE , CHAO. DAQNELL , OolleceSprlnct , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , rVM. LUTTON , Vlllltca , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Oiceola , Neb.
DOUQLAD HOUSE , tl. 8. DUNHAM , Clarki , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN. Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & SON , Maryivllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction N b
WINSLOW HOUSE Q McOARTY , Seward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONE8 , Aurora , Net.
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZIER , Sidney , Neb.
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
'I ' Hi "V IE
Mining and Milling Company.
Capital - 300,000.
Capital Siock. (1,000,000
Par Value of Hharcg , t- J20.000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Minea Located in BBAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DIl. J. I. THOMAS , frerident , CummliiB , WyomlnK.
WM. B. TILTON , Vlco-Presldont , Ouiumlas , Wyomlnj
E. N. DAHWOOD , Secretary , Camming , Wyoming.
A. Q. LUNN , Treasurer , Ciimmlnv , Wyomln
Di. J. I. ThoniM. Loulu Miller W. 8. Draraol. . , A. 0. Dunn.
G.N. Ilaiwood. Francis Leavens. ( loo. II. Falou. Ixtwli Zoluian ,
Dr. J. 0. Watkini.
noZJmoBm OEO. W. KENDALL , Authorized Agent for Sale of Stock : IV" "p " - h . Neb.
- - '
Veft for ti ! > ln the moat direct , qulckoot , an
afcbt line coiinoctlnK the prritt llotropollu , OH )
MGO , and the KiHiniui , NOUTII-EABTIRK , ! ) I
nil Uomii-I'mraN I.INM , which tormlnatc Ihero
vlth KANHAH Oirv , LUVKNVIORTII , ATOIIICON
'DUNCII , Jliuri-M nnd OMAHA , the OOMIIIUOUI
> NT R from which radlatu
EVERY LINE OF K9AD
hat penetmtca the Continent from tun MLxoui
ilvor to thu I'aclflc Hloiw. 1 ho
JIIIOAOO KOOK ISLAND & PA
> the only line from Chicago owning trade In
Knnuin , or which , by Its own road , roichi-i th
wliito above nami-d. No mANSi'iiu ) BT OAUUUOH
No tun/UNO OONNHOTIONHI No huddling In 111
initiated or unclean can , u every nmuongert
nrrled In roomy , clean and ventilated coacbM'
upon Kait Eiproau Tralnn ,
DAT UARJI ot unrlvalod inaRnlBcence , PUUUA >
PALAOI BLIITINO CAM , and ourowntrorld-faciotu
DiHiHd CAM , upon which inwli are lerved ol uo-
iiirpaaaed excellence , at the low rate of fliyBrr
Fim owrra IACII , with ample time for healthfu
Through Can between Chicago , PeorU , 1111
iraukee and lllnaourl lUver PoInU : and clue ccn
oectlon * at all point * ot Interwctloa with olhei
We ticket ( do not forget thli ) directly to evori
place ol Importance In KUIUM. Nebraelra , Illa-l
Ullli , Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Nevada , Calif ore. j ,
Sregon , Washington Territory , Ooiorwo , Arliont
md New Mexico ,
Aill beral arranzemonti regarding ba gage a >
my other line , and rates of fare alwayi i ow ai
ximtxtlton , who furnlih but a tlth * o the com
fort Dogi and tackle of iportnoeo free.
Tlckota. matia and foldom at all prlnclpa
Hikes In the united HUtej and Canada.
H. It. CAIII.K , X. OT. JOHN ,
flee I'rou't Adi.n. Oeu , Tkt andPau'rAR
llanuor , Clilci c Oiloauo.
1880. SWmTJJHE , 1888 ,
JKA3SS.AS CITY ,
U Til *
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
Prom Omaha and the Woat.
All train ) Icavo II. & M. Depot , Omaha : Neb.
No change of cart between Omaha and Bi.
and but one between OMAHA and
Daily Passenger Trains
KASTERNAND WESTERN CITIES with LEBI
OHAUOE8 and IN ADVAUOK ol All ,
OTUKH LINKS ,
Toll entire line U equipped wtth Pullman'i
PaUoe Sleciilng 0 n. Palace Day Ooache * . Mnicr'r
Bkfety Platform and Coupler , and the teleuvatM
that your ticket read ! VIA aANHA <
OITi" , bT. JObliPH tt COUNCIL llLUVtfS U * I
rpad , via St. Jobeph and Bt. Loul * .
Ticket * for tale at all coupon itatloni In tbi
Wvnt. J. P. DAUNAUD ,
0 , PAWtS , Oen. Bupt. , Bt. Joseph , Mo
A Oen. rue. and Ticket Agl. , Bt. Joneph , Mo.
A > IIT UORDW , Ticket Agent ,
1020 Farnh&m etreet ,
W. J.DATiNrOBT , O neral Agent ,
OUAtfi , t4C
DB , P. SOHBBHB ,
Physician and Surgeon
CUIIONIO DISEASES , RHEUMATISM , Etc. ,
Medicine * furnUhed at office.
Offlo * Mo. 1IU Farunam St. between llth Md
lith Omcha Neb.W \ * i M
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
And all PoluU Eait and Bouth-Eaat
Nearly 4,000 miles. Holld Smooth Steel Traorj
All ocnnecttnna are rnodo In UNION DtPOTS.
It haa a National Itopntatlon ai being th *
Qreat Through Oar Line , and In universally
conceded to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED Rail
road In tbo world ( or all classes of travel.
i' Try It and you will find traveling A Inxury
Instead ol a discomfort.
Through Ticket ) via rhli Celebrated Line lei
tale at all offlcoa In the Woat.
All Information about Ilatoa ol Fare , Bleeping
Car Accommodations , Time Tablca , &c. , will be
cheerfully given by applylnlnif to
T , J. POTTER ,
2d Vlco-Pre 't & Oen. lUuogcr.Chlcago.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Don , Passenger Agt. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVKNPOIIT ,
Oen Agent , Conitcll Dlufla ,
II. P. DUELL , Ticket AK
Sioux City A PacitiB
THE SIOUX CITY BOUTB
lluni a Hnlld Train Through from
Council Bluflu to St. Paul
Without Change Time , Only 17 Hour *
UILEfl THE SHORTEST KOUTK
'O UT. PAUL , UINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH Oil D1SMABCK
iQil all polntfl In Northern Iowa , illnnoaota and
akoU. Thli line I ) equipped with the Improved
Woetlnghouse Automatlo Air-brake and Mill *
Platform Coupler and Iluficr : and lor
SPEED. SAFETY AND COUFOBT
ll uniurpa e d. Pullman Pol&ro Sleeping Car
run through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kn
* ao City and St. Paul , via Council Blufl * and
Train * leave Union Paclflo Traualei at Coun
cil IJlufli , at 7SS ; p. m. dally on arrival of K ua
City , dt. Joseph and Council BluO * train. Iron
the South. Arriving at Sioux City 11:36 p. m. .
and at the New Union Depot at 81. Paul iAW
TKK UOUR8 IN ADVANCE OF ANTUTOEB |
II. , " " BOUTE.
Of lUmembei lu liking the Sioux City RouU
you jet a Through Train. The KhorUol U .
the Quickest Time and k Comlcrtable IU1e la tbu
Through Cora between
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND BT. PAUL.
J2T8I * that your Ticket * read via the "Bloux
City and Paclflo lUllroad "
/ . 8. WATTLES , J. R. BUCHANAN
Superintendent. ( Hn'l 1'au. Aj inl.
P. E. ROBINSON , AM' ! Oeu'l Paw. Art. ,
W. K. DAYIB , BouVhwMteni Agant ,
Oouncl BluO * 1 owa
John G. Jacobs ,
OUb Jacob * , )
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