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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATUBDAY , MAY 13 , 1888.
a. o. OOCXK 4c oo ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council DIuiTt , Iowa ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR. H O TJ S E ,
General Agent ) for the Celebrated Itlllsol H. D. Rush A Co. . Golden Eagle Flour , tearenwoith
Kansas , and Queen Bee Mills. Sioux Kails , Dakota.
Hcterencc , Smith ft Crt't ' mlcn , Council Blurts , In.
WHOLESALE AND IIETA1L
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 FFICE.
J. "VST. f * C XT 3C 3R , 3ES Ac O O. , ,
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
16 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Rcaily-flttcd uppers , In calf skin and kip. Oak and Hemlock BOLE LEATHER , anil al
g ooda appertaining to the shoe trade. Ooad sold a < cheap aa In the East.
MRS , 'IMS' ' NEW ULLIUEET STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING 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 llalr Btoro , at prices never before touched by
any other hair dealer. Also n full line of switches , etc. , at greatly reduced prices. Also gold
ellvcr and colored nets. Wa\ca made from Ivlles' own hair. Do not fall to call before purchasing
elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. MRS. J. J. GOOD ,
29 Main street , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
MASON WISE ,
LIYERI , FEED & SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in the west.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for sale ,
also a fine lot of mules
just received which
will be closed out
SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
n HTmnTin REMOVED without the
I i fl l\l \ I I Hi K N drawing of blood or use of
U Ja.ll UJUlUlJ knllc. Cures lunp diseases ,
A Krrt nil crvn Fits , Scrofula , Liver Com-
l"Ialat' DioPV. Kheumo-
w M n n
TUMORS tlsm. Fever and Mcrcur-
I W III U II W lai 80ros > Erysipelas. Salt
Rheum , Scald Hold , Citarrh , wo k. Inflamed
and granulated Eyes , Scrofulous Ulcers and F&-
rnalo Disease i of all kinds. Alsp Kidney and
Yenerlal diseases. Homorrholds or Files cured
or money refunded.
All diseases treated upon theptlnclpleof veget
able reform , without the uio of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or Mtdlcated Baths , furnished
these who desire them.
Hernia or Rupture radically cured by the use
of the Elastic belt Truss and Plaster , which has
DO superior In the world.
CALL OK OR ADDRESS
Drs , E , Eice anfl F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
Feed and Sale
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand. Council BluON , Iowa.
WILLARD SMITH , Prop.
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Office and residence. 016 Willow avenue , Coun
cil UluflBjIpwa. '
W. E. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extractnfand ! filling a epeclilty. First-class
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. U Pearl Street. HOUK , 0 a. m. to
12. , and Z p. m. , to 6 p , m. Residence , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
Np. 617 First Avenue
Hours from 10 to 11 n.m. , and 2 to B p. m.
BAHKBR'S LIFE ASSOCIATION ,
DES MOINES , Iowa.
Incorporated July 1st , 1870 , for the mutual
benefit ot bank ofllcra and their customers ,
Bused on principles of EQUITT , Ecoxour AND Ss-
CUKITT. A few experienced life Insurance solici
tors wanted. Addreai , II. M. Stevens , district
solicitor , Office No. 7 , hvertt' * blocc , Council
Bluffs. Iowa. Kosliienco .101 4tlm\ciiuo. P. O ,
825.S. . E. MAXON ,
ICO x OP , xi a
Office over savings bank.
COUNCIL , BLUFFS , . - Iowa.
W , 0. Janes , In connection with his law and
oUectIon business buys and sells real estate.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property call
at bis office , over Baibnoll'g book ( tore , Pearl
street.EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Dtodi and tnortiagci drawn and tcknoledged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order ,
"Wavoa Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nats , Combs , Brushes , Faco-pow-
dors , Bands , Hair Orna
ments , &c. , Ac.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
337 W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , .
Graduate ol Electropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'euna. " " '
Office Our , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all dlseasea and pulnful [ dl-
ieultles peculiar to females a speclilty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAINST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In the West ; also
a choice hind for Cakes and Pies.
Bread delivered to all parta of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found at B. DANEHY'P ,
138 Upper Broadway.
Justice the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Donnoil Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W , B , MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattamle
county , Oftlco corner of Broadway and Main
streets , Council Illuffa , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( Deutscher Arzt. )
BOOM 5 , EVERETT'S ' BLOOK ,
Diseases of women and children a spaclalty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D. .
FREE DISPENSARY EVERY SATURDAY.
Office In Emctt'e block , Pearl trcet. Reel ]
dence 23 Fourth street. OlDce hours from 0 to
Z a. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. , Council Muffs
F. G. CLARK ,
Pearl street , opposite the postofflce. One ol
the oldest practitioners In Council Dlufll. Batla. *
Isfactlon guaranteed In all cases.
ODELL& DAY ,
GENERAL FIBE' IIISHRAHOB
REAL ESTATE AOTS ,
HONEY TO LOAN.
Poa'd of Trade building'Council Blufft , Ia.
. JOHN LINDT ,
WUI practice In all Ute u eourU
Bpoaki Oinnan Languag <
A man nnd widow , each over 75 ycixr
of nee , were married nt Quitinnn , Miss ,
on the 25th lilt.
I ight brldcmaid * nt n fiwliifinablo wed
dinfr of the fait wek carried baskets o
rosebuds , ench having n different varlct
Dr. linns von Billow , whose dlrorcet
wife Is mnrris : ! to lllchnrd Wngner , wll
coon wrd Frftulcln Sihauier , of the Mcln
Ingen ( Joutt theatre.
A cobweb marrlixfjo Is thus noticed 1 > J
one of ourcxdmtigei : "Alnrried , Iftitwcck ,
JohnOobbof Ml-s Knte Webb. " Lool
out for the little spidera !
The Eoiton of one of the Now York
fashionable churches bo.tsU of having ro
cclvcd six hundred nnd odd dollars
wedding fees since JCastcr.
The btide nt a lUy City ( Mich. ) wed
ding would ( submit to kisses oily on con
ditlon that they were pnid for at Sl.OC
each. They sold readily nt thnt price.mul
$132 was realized for a charity.
A Tompson county young woman , who
answered the ( advertisement of a firm o"
pretended inarrlspa brokers , wan preient
rrt with a bill for $20.60 , uith the threat
that that her lott r would lo published i
it wo * not promptly paid. And she paid
It. Philadelphia Press.
In New York the other day n bride' '
mother had the usher move two ladies
well known In society from one pew to an1
other. The ladles naturally were iiulig
naiit nnd left the church , Mrs. Gruinly
lias a gre.it deal to say about this affair
that is interesting.
At the recent royal wedding the Princ
CBS I'catrico , Queen ViUorln'ri youngest
daughter , wore a gown which had b longed -
ed to Katharine of Arragon , one of the
numerous wives of llcnry VIII , The
petticoat wai "of satin , which was neither
salmon color nor pink , but a kind of old
yellow and pink. covereH with costly point
d'Alencon lice , " worth 20,000.
At n wedding1 reception the other day n
check for S25,00.\ signed by the fnther of
the bride , was among the presents display-
id. The cathier of the bank upon which
the chock was drawn happened to bo
present , nnd ho was disagreeable enough
to tell the gentlemen In the wine room tliut
the brldo'n father had not half that a mount
of money to his credit in the bank.
Michael It. Purlong.a lawyer of Spring
icld , 111 , , and Mrs. Peynado , n very
iyealthy widow of Louisville , met for the
irst time at Hot Springs , Ark , , nnd were
n the tnine hotel n week. On parting they
ench promised to consider the question of
marrying , nnd , If of the same mind nt the
end of another week , to go to the South-
irn Hotel , St. Louis to meet aach other ,
3oth were on hand at the appointed time
and place , and celebrated the wedding ,
The Princess Jeanne Bonaparte , who
was married the other day to the Marquis
de Villeneuve , looks strikingly like her
; rent uncle , Napoleon 1. Shehaa the uur-
ous combination of chestnut hair nnd very
fright black eyes , and if it were not for
a certain hoydenish expression she would
10 beautiful. On the day of her marriage
he bridal veil softened this exprces'on ,
ind she leoked a shy and quiet girl. Her
white satin dress was embroidered with
orange blossoms , aud she wore no jewels.
A very novel wedding occurred at Som-
rset , Ind. , one day lat week It so hap-
> ened that when a young couple from the
ountry followed Hymen's torch Into tha
Tillage they were unable to find either n
preacher or a justice of the peace. The
wain was much excited because of the bit
of bad luck and in his agony of soul asked
dvico of a waggixh stranger whom he met.
The wag , preserving a grave demeanor ,
old the country couple that the only cffi-
inl , besides the Viuiro. in the village was
be postmaster and told them to request
hat person to perform the ceremony.
iince the days of Dogberry a number of
fflcial positions saern to have been set
aside for the benefit of that ancient
worthy's imitators. Bearing this In mind
ne may understand how the Somerset
postmaster could Ha ten to the bridegroom's
imposition with ears pricked forward to
heir full length. Certain it It , if the Chi-
ago Times is A truthful chronicle , that
be postmaster performed the ceremony.
re looked over his official instructions nnd
ailing to find any postal regulation in the
matter of marriage , went through the form
used by justices of tha peace. His con-
lucling words were : "You are married ,
ir and madam , according to tha poatoffico
aws of the United States of America , "
Beggar : "You will not refuse a few
jennies to a discharged tunnel laborer ?
have nothing left in my p joket besides a
aw dynamite cartridges. " Fliegende
' 'What becomes of all the pianos ? " asks
writer. When they get too old nnd f mil
o be of afty further service webelievethey
re cut down and made Into accordeous ,
tfew York Commercial ,
The husband of a Ilqckland woman was
econtly threatened with iever , and she
ouldu't have worried more over him If ha
lad been a clean table-cloth with a smooch
) f raspberry join in the middle. Hock-
It IB with feelings akin to pain that we
bserve that our best young men are cloth-
ng themselves in trousers that fit them
oo quiek , and hats that are built on the
lodel of a schooner yacht , This gives
Jem them the appearance of animated
irashbowls trying to walk on stilts , New
"And so yon love June better than any
thor month , " she said , gazing nt the
oung fanner from the blue abysses of her
oft , dreamy eyes , "Beautiful , leafy
uno , with its roses , and its song-birds ,
ad its fragrance laden ed zephyrs , "
Yes."he replied , nonchalantly. "Itstho
eit month to wean calves. ' *
What Is this ? It Is a plano-mauufao- b
urer. Why doei he look so pleased ? Ho
ins obtained ninety-eight out of a possible
Inety-six. Ho has also obtained n certl-
icate from ten prlma donne , a circus man-
; er , and a hotel-clerk. He is very happy ,
Ee is so happy that he could reduce the
rages of his workmen 10 pur cent without
retting over It. What do piano-makers
work for ? They work for art , nnd for
medals and certificates , Munio Score.
A large dead shark was washed ashore
t North Beach. In Its stomach was dls-
oyered the skeleton of n man's hand , upon
finger of which waa a brass ring , the cor-
osion of which had inflamed the shark's
lOinach , causing its death , The presl-
ent of the Prevention of Cruelty to Anl-
nala Society has gotten out a warrant for
IB arrest of tbo man. Its about time thli
rueity to poor , in ' ( Tensive fish was slop
ed , dan Francisco Post.
It waa on Lookout Mountain at Chutta-
oo/a , a New Yorker stood on Pilot Knob
nd Iroked down In the valley , and er , 0
aimed : How grand ! " "Tlut'n ' 10 cents
xtra , " replied the guide , ns he exteded his
aud , "What a charming prospect ! " con-
nued the visitor. "That's a IS cent ex.
resalon pay at the gate ns you go out ! "
Her * has nature mincled the grand with
le beautiful the sublime with the love
r the majesty of the mountain with the
oveliness of the valley , " "Colontl , thut'u
ne of our regular > U osnt ovations. It
ill be charged in with your hotel bill , "
Villain ! how dare you ? " eald the Yorker ,
B he seized him ana backed him to the
dg of the cliff. "Don't you do it ,
olonell" calmly observed the man.
Throwing a guide oil the Knob always
oats 02 more pay at tha toll gate aa you
o downl" Wall Street Daily News.
"We can't keep n teacher over two
ireeks , " said the Idaho man. "We bad a
rpung fellow from Ohio , and he met a
rizily and whistled for him. The ( grizzly
urn. We had another , and a wldder run
dm down and married him Inside of a
nonth. Then we tried women folks , The
rat one got married the night she lit down
lore ; I took the second about the middle
f the third week , nnd the third one waa
bducted by a stage robber , " "Why don't
ou get tht ) ugliest , homeliest woman Ton
an find some perfect old terror , like that
an tern-Jawed , razor-faced female over by
tie ticket window ? " "Why don't wel
( ranger , you eaitern folks will norer un
derstand us pioneers in the world nater
That's nty wife the Identical ichoo
teacher that I married , and ho WM th
handsomest one in the drove1' ! Delrol
Free Prcw ,
Samuel Shinn then took n hngo drink o
water , nnd offered the following resolu
tlon : "Kcjolved , Dat in dis struggle to
liberty dls club sympathize vrid de Mor
inons. ' Even Elder Toots awoke during
the painful silence which ensued , "Brud
der ahlnn , " observed the president , ns hi
brought Samuel within range of his le (
eye , do you know what the Mormon
am ? " "Pzo Learn Ull of'em. " "Did you
cber h'nr ilat dey WAS struggling fur liber
ty ? " "Dat's what Uncle Bunker on the
market tel * me. " "Did he toll yon to of
ferdatresohwlmn ? ' "Ho did. " ' 'Den you
let him make A fool of you. Samuel , not
downl Younma purty good mnnnt an
easy job of etox e-blnckln' , but when Ii
comes to fundamental principles you donn
know n bran-mash from ft strawberry
short-cake. Sot down and stay down for
do next fit month ! . An' AS for Uncle
Bunker , 1 ghnll drnp down on him In do
tnawnln' nnd purcced to enliven him in n
manner that will bo bad for his bald spots , '
-Lime Kiln Club.
Drilling away from each other ,
Silently drifting npart ,
Notning between but the world' * coli
Nothing to lose but A heart.
Only two lives dividing
More mid more every day ;
Only ono soul from another joul
Steadily drifting nwny ,
Only n man's heart striving
Bitterly hard/with / its doom :
Only a hand , tender and bland ,
Slipping away in the gloom.
Nothing of doubt or wrong- ,
Nothing that either can cure.
Nothing to shame , nolhin ; lo blame ,
Nothing to do but endure ,
The world cannot stand still ;
Tide * ebb nnd women change ;
Nothing that is worth a tear
One loves less nothing strange.
Drifting away from each other ,
Steadily drifting apart ,
No wrong tu each that the world can reach ,
Nothing lost but a heart.
What might have been I know is not ,
What must be , must be bnrno ;
But , ah ! what hnth been will not bo forgot ;
Never , oh , never ! In the years to follow.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
Henrietta Vnders Is now with Knto
Ola i ton ,
M y Davenport will play leading henvy
parts with Frederick \vnrdo next epriuR.
"Taken from Life" will bo played in
Chicago , nt Haverly'a during the month of
Geo. Adams cloaca his season in Brook
lyn , Juuo 3. The company ia sorry it is
not St. Louis.
Lawrence Barrett will probably termi
nate his tcaaou in San Francisco , being
now in negotiations with the Baldwin over
Blanche Davenport's success nt Naples
recently in , "LuUa Miller" brought her
oilers from Home and Vienna ,
Tha name of the play in which Marion
Elmoro will star next season is "Chispa"
which is Mexican for "pretty. "
J. K. Einmett is in New York reorgan
izing for hid California trip. They want
no dummies on the I'acifio Coast.
It is said that a performance of "Diver-
cons" in French may ba given shortly by-
Mr. Maurice Grau's company at the 1'ifth
Gerster is to open the magnificent new
opera bouse at Pesth in Hungary , which is
to cost 6,000,000 florins. She has also
signed for the coming season at Berlin and
Manager Abbey has Patti's word that if
she returns to this country next year she
will come to him. Manager Mapleton bos
Francbi's bond that Fatti will eing for
him at $4,400 a performance.
MisaThuraby has just returned to Paris ,
where she is reposing for a few weeks be
fore undertaking a second Northern con
cert tour. She thinks it passible that she
may presently appear in opera.
For the first time in the history of the
Chinese drama the fair BOX ia given a show ,
on the Celestial statue. There are three
Chinawomen now employed in the China
town , San Francisco , theaters , instead of
the boys whomually play the female parts ,
The syndicate who purchased the Booth
Theater estate at $500,000 , have failed to
make the second payment , § 125,000 , duo
May 1 , and Oliver Ames retains possession
and has leased the theater to John Stetson ,
Rlstori and Augustus Harris have signed
the contract for the representation of
Macbeth" and "Elizabeth , " at the Drury
Lane Theater , London , commencing July
1. "Macbeth" is to be given first. Sumo
of the scenery will bo expressly painted at
The musical festival in New York under
the management of Theodore Thomas is
not Buctj a success as was anticipated.
Mr , Thomas is having his musicians prac
tice ' 'The Skidmore Guards , " and expects
to get even in Chicago , however.
Cyril Searlo and Rose Kytinge will play
brief series of engagements in England
previous to their return for1 their regular
sea'on here. It is probable that Mirs
Kytinge will present Felicia as her chief
appeal to John Bull's recognition ,
Miss Selika is a colored lady who has a
soprano volco of "great beauty , much
power nnd wHo range , " A benefit concert
was given in Boston in her behalf lately.
and the proceeds of the louterinlament will
used in defraying Miss Sellka's ox.
penses while completing her studies
Camilla Ursa has lately returned from
Australia full of admiration for the coun
try and its people. She says : "A moro
thoroughly musical , rennedand Intelligent
people I have never seen , and my sojourn
In Australia was an extremely pleasant
Woman's Trno Friend.
A friend in need is n friend Indeed. This
none can deny , especially when assistance In
rendered when one is sorely aillicted with
disease , more particularly thoto com *
plaints nnd weaknesses to common to our
lemala population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's
true friend , and will positively restore her
to health , oven when all other remedies
Fall. A single trial always proves our as
sertion. They tire pleasant to the taste ,
nud only cost fifty cents a bottle , Bold by
, F. Cfoodman ,
A Foarifel Cyclone ,
tUtlonal Associated I'reu.
SmiKVuroiiT , La. , Blay 12 , A
fearful cyclone passed air miles east
af Vienna yesterday , swooping every
thing before It. On Mrs. McLoroy'n
plantation one old man and two chil
dren were killed and many persona
badly wounded , The oyclono also
struck Arcadia , destroying many
liouaos , It blow down M. P. Thiora'
now building , burying the workmen
in the ruins , but none were killed
putright. Much stock waa killed and
many people injured ,
A Iioilag Jolioj
A prominent physician of Pi'ta-
b'urg said jokingly to a lady patlont
who Tvaa complaing of her continued
i'l ' health , and of his Inability to cure
her , "try Hop Bittersl" The lady
took U ia earnest and used the Bitters -
tors , from which aho obtained per
manent health. Bho now laughs at
the doctor for hla joke , but ha u not
BO well pleased with it , aa it cost him
good patient , Harrisburg Patriot.
Rids for the crcctlci ol i NormalOollnre (100 (
00 , four sotle < high ) lnth city of ShcnundoMj
P fe county. low * , nlll be rocclred until th
JSnl dny rf il j. at offlco of J , K. Wilson , Prln
dpi ] , In Diuhnell , III * . PUn Mid tp'clflcntlon
nlll bo found In Shen tiJoivh N tbnal tlinli. Tli
right to accept or reject nr and All bids It ro
To Nervous Sufferers
THE QREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY ,
Or. J. B , Birupson'o Specific
II It tpooittrecure tor Upormttoirlitm , Stmlnt
( Vcoknoei linpotancjr , and all dlMMM rPsnHI
from Self-Abute , M llrntM Anxiety , LOMI
tfttncrr , Pain * In the Back or Bide. J Mid < 1l < vuc
Itodltln * I
bring n ei
( ul onccn , ! .
< ° m free tt < HI. Write tat them and Rfll hill rr
Frier , Specific , $1.00 per package , or six pack
igM for 86.00. Adilrmt all onlcr * to
B. BIMSON UKDICINK CO.
Not. 101 and 108 Main St. Uullato , H. T.
Sold In Omaha br 0. F. Goodman , J. W. Boll
J , K. titi , and M aruicltUererjrwhtro ,
Old Sores ,
Jures When Hot Springs Fail
MAVXKN , ARK. , May S. 1881
Wo have owe * In onr own town who lived at
lot Springs , emi wore anally cured with S. B. S.
r Vou aouut.coiuo to BOO ua ana \ h wiL.li
CUKE YOUU OK charge nothliie 11 Write ( or
tartlculara and copy of llttlo liook
o the Unfortunate Hufferln"
, Sl.OOp Howard will bo paid to any
hemlst who will Und , on analysis 100 bottloi
.8. 8. , ono particle of Mercury , Iodide Total-
lum ornuy Mineral substance.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.rrops.
Atlanta , a
Price of Small die , (1.00.
Largo slie 81.76.
Sold by KENMARD BROS. * CO
nd DnieulnU Kenerall"
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK ,0.0roatTRfi > U MARK
ody. An tin-
i ( or Seminal
rhea , Imnot-
ency , and all
EFERETARINQ. uerncoJolAFTER TARIHQ.
ielf-Abuso ; as Loss of Memory , Universal L&aal-
udo , Pain In the Back , Dimness of Vision , Pro-
nature Old Ago , and many other Diseases that
oad to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema
taTFull particulars In onr pamohlet , which
odcslro to send ( roe tymall to every ono.
jETTho Spoclflo MoJlclno la told by all druggists
t II per package , or 0 packtgoi for t6 , or will
x > eent free by mall on reoi ptof the money , by
addreoslng 'XQEORA MEDICINE CO. .
k , Buffalo , N ( V.
The Great Lnglish Kemedy
Norcr falls to cute
Nervous Debility. , VItal -
tal Exhaustion , Krals-
slona , Seminal Woak-
ilHOOD , and all the
jU-llcffccU ol youUi-
llful follica and execs-
'J4C9. ' It etops pcrma-
Incntly all weakening ,
linroluntary lois gand
Idralna upon the syg-
Item , the InoItablo re-
iult o ( these evil prao
Ice > , which arb BO destructive to mind and body
nd make Wo mls6rablo , often leading to Innaril-
y and death. It strengthens the NcrvcB.llraln ,
memoryf Blood ; Muscles , Plgontlv * and Roprp-
uctlro Orxans , It restores i" > all the oruaulo
unctlnna their ( ormer vigor and vitality , ma-
Inir llfo cheerful and enjoyable. Prlco , ( f3 a
ottle , or four times the quantity J10. Sent by
xpross , secure from observation , to any address.
n receipt of priceNo. . 0.0. 1) . Bout , except
n receipt of 81 as a puarantoo. Loiters tl-
uostlnjc answers roust Inclose stamp ,
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
re tbj best and cheapest dyspepsia and bllllous
uro I a the market. Sold by all druggist * . Price
D UIMTIK'S KIDHIT HBMHir ,
uresill kind of Kidney and bladder complalnte.
onorrhoa , Rleot and Icucorrhca. For tale by all
718 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo.
For 8a.o.n . . Omaha
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE :
ha Moit Successful Remedy over dlscov *
rod , M It la certain In IU effects and does not
illitor. HEAD PItOOF BELUW , Also excellent
or hu U.n flesh.
BOM A PKOMINBNT PHYBIOIAN.
Wwhlngtcnvllle , Ohio , Jane 17 , 1881. Da.
. J , KKHDALL , & Co. : dents Heading your ad *
ertlsoment In Turf , Field and Farm , of your
eniUH's Spavin Cure , n-d having a valuable
nd speedy horto which had been larao from
pavln for elgtteen month i , I sent to you for a
bottle by express , which I n six weeks removed
I lamenrw and enlargement and a large splint
om another horse , and both homes are to-uay
osEouud aa colts. The ono bottle was worth to
e one hundred dollars. Itcspectfully
O'lrS , II. 4 , IlXRTOLBTT , M. U.
Send ( or Illustrate 1 circular Riving positive
roof. Price 81. All Druifglnts have It or tan
et It for you. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Col , Pro-
PILES1 PILES ! PILES1
A Sure Cure Found at Last !
Aturocurofor SlIuJ , DleedTng , Itching and
Iceratvd PJloi bu been discovered by Dr , WIN
lam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr , Will am'i
ndlan Ointment. A tingle box has cured the
orst chronic cases of 26 or SOyeari standing. No
ne need > uff r five minutes alter applying this
ondcrful soothing medicine , Lotions , Instru
ment ! and electuaries do more barm than good ,
'llllatn'e Ointment absorb ! the tumors , allay *
be Intense Itching , ( particularly at night after
citing warm In bud , ) acU as apoulttce , gives In *
tant and painless relief , and Is prepared only for
lies. Itching of the private part ) , and for notb
Read what the Hon. J. U. Cofflnberry of Cleve-
and eiyi about Dr. William's Indian Pile Oint
ment : I hare uaed scores of Pile * euros , and It
Oords me p easure to aav that I have never found
nythlng which gave sucn Immediate and pcrma
ent relief aa Dr. William's ( ndlan Ointment.
For sale by all drugglitl or mailed on receipt
lice , 11.00.
HENRY Ot GOMProi > 'rm
Ouvnurp , Onto.
For ttle by 0. F' Ooodmtn.
To Ellska UcLanghlln non > resld > nt dtfendant :
You are hereby notified that on the 24th day
f April 1682 , Edward D. McLauthlln filed a
tetltion against you in the District Court of
) OUxlM County , Nekratka , the object and pray *
r oi which are to obtain a dlvoroe from } ou and
custody of tht children ; Issue ol the marrlago
with you , on the ground that you have wilfully
bandoned the pltlntm without good cause , for
be term of two year * last past. You are ro
nlred to answer said petition on cr before MOP
ay , the l itday f Jun. 1882.
K , P. MoLAUQIILIN. PlalntlO
On erin-it Djr R. S. lUu , hl Attorney ,
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ? ,
ARLINQTON. J , Q. MelNTIRE , Lincoln , Nsh ,
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIUS , Mlltbrd , Neb. ]
MARSH HOU8C , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , N J
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Btromtburg N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Bl/ilc / , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. 0. MEAD , Netlgh , Neb.
QRAND CENTRAL E.ISEYMOUR , N bra ka Olty , Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L , THORP , Weeping Water.No
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Nab )
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnda , Iowa ,
ENO'3 HOTEL , E , U ENO , Eremont , Neb.
CXOHANOC HOTEL , O. 0. HAOKHEY , Athland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atkln on , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. ORUDD , Quids Recd , Neb ,
OUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN A DECKER , Oreiton , It.
OUqKINS HOUSE , JUDKIN3 & DRO , , Red Oak , l .
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la.
WALKER HOU3C , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQE8S , Neola , la. . ,
CITY HOTEL , Dl D. WILLIAMS , Harlan , In.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. Mt E. OUMMINQ8 , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , GUnton ,
MEROHANT8 HOTEL J. W. DOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M 3
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , Dlnnchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhenandoah , la ,
COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
BAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8. DAQNELL , College Spring * , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllsca , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Qrove , la
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE D , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceolo , Neb ,
DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clark * , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN. Bedford In.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & SON , Maryivllla Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINSLOW HOUSE Q. McOARTY , Beward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONE8 , Aurora , Neb ,
CROZIER HOUSE O. n. OROZIER , Sidney , Nob.
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
Mining and Milling Company.
Working C pltM I - f300OM.
0 plUl Block , (1,000,000
Far Value at HhirM , t- (25,090.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BBAMBL MINING DISTKIOT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming.
WM. E. TILTON , Vlco-Preslden * , Cummin * , Wyomlngl ;
K. p. HARWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming ,
A. 0. I/UNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wjomln
) r. J. I. Thomas. Louis Miller W. S. Bramel. A , O. Dnnn.
J. N. narwood. Francis Ix > avons. Ooo. H. Foloa. Lewis Zolman.
Dr. J. a Watklni.
noSJmcBm GEO. W. KENDALL. Authorised Apcnt ( or B&lo of Stock ! Bo' " . n tlk.tfeh.
Is the old Fovorlto and
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
And'oll Poluts Eait and 8outh-Eo.it.
Nearly 4,000 miles. Solid Smooth Steel Tracks
11 connections are made In UNION DbPOTS.
t his a National Repntatlon as being tha
3reat Throuch Oar Line , and Ii universally
encoded to bu the FINEST EQUIPPED Half-
oad In the world for all classes of trarol.
Try It and you will Und traveling a Inxurv
nstoad of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via rhli Celebrated Line for
tale at all offices In the West.
All Information about Rates of Faro , Sleeping
ar Acocmiuodatlons , Time Table ) , &o. , will bo
heorfully given by applylnlng to
T. J. POTTER ,
2d Vlco-f res't & Qen. ManagorChIcago.
PEHOIVAt LOWELL ,
don. Passeiwer Agt. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVENPORT ,
( Jen. Agent , ConncU Bluff I. ,
. p'UELL , Ticket
Sionz City & Pacific
PHH SIOUX OITY ROUTE
Runs a Holld Train Ihrougb from
Council Blufta to St. Paul
Without Change Time , Only 17 Hour *
UILES TUE BHOUTKST BOCIK
N ) BT. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUT0 OR BI8UAROK
ndall points In Northern Iowa. Minnesota and
Dakota. This Una Is equipped with the Improved
Yeatlngboiue Automatic Air-brake and Hllle
'latforui Coupler and buffer : and for
OPEED , BAKETV AND COMFORT
I unsurpassed. Pullman Palace Bleeping Car
un through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kau
I 1 City nu J St. Paul , via Council BluUii and
Trains leave Union Pacific Transfer at Oonti.
II Illuffs , at 7:86 : p. m. dally on arrival of Kansas
: lty , tit. Joseph and Council JIIuOs train from
tbo South , Arriving at Sioux City 11:86 : p. m. .
rd at the New Unlou Depot at 8t. Paul at 1JS : ( )
'EN IIOUR8 IN ADVANOK OF ANYiOTnEn
BOUTV.I CT rjItr" " * :
OTRemember In taking the Bloux City Hout
ou get a Through Train. Tha Shorttmt Line ,
he Quickest Time and a Comfortable Hide la tht
'trough Can between
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND ST. PAUL.
XarSee that your Ticket * lead Tla the "flloui
City and PaclQe Railroad "
/ S. WATTLES , JR. BUCHANAN
Bui > ertntondeni. Qeo'l Pasa. Agent *
P , E. BOBINSON , Ata-t Ocu'l Fan. Agt. ,
Missouri Valley , low *
W. E. DAVIB , Southwestern Agcut.
Oouncl DluflK low a
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner Fourth and Locust Streets ,
M ? . X.OTTX0 , 3VCO. ,
JH. HURST , . - Prop-
Rooma , 76o , 91 , and $1,50 Par Day.
An elegant Bettaurant Is'ooanoctod with this
loute whormeals are loiTedatreMonabloprlce *
) pca day and night , ' m-lOoi
Wont for being the moil direct , qulckwl , jut
safest line connecting the preat Metropolis. CUT
OAQO , and the Eunnn , NonTn-EummI ) t
and Sourn-EABniui LIHIS , which termlnatri herewith
with Kiasia CITT , LUVWIVTORTII , * ATOOUOM ,
OouHCiii DLOTTB and Ouxiu , the OomnKOUlL
Ctrrnu from which radiate
EVERY LINE OF ROAD
that penetrates the Continent from the Ulaaow
River to the Paclfle Slope. Tha
CHICAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
Ii tbo only line from Chicago owning track In
Kansas , or which , by It4 own reid , reaches ) UL
polnta above named. No TRAMSTIU BY CABUAOM
NO MIMING OOSNSOTIOSOI KO huddling In lit
ventilated or unclean can , u every puaoogerl I
carried In roomy , clean and ventilated ootchM *
upon Fast Express Trains
DAT CARS ol unrivaled magnificence , Putuuv
PALIOB BLiirma CABS , and ourowuworld-f oou
DwIHO OAU , upon which meals are served ol na-
surpawod excellence , at the loir rate of QIVHITT.
Fmi CK.TTS BAOII , with ample time for hoallhfsi
Through Cars between Chicago , Peorla ,
waukeo and Missouri River Polnta : and cloM conl
nectlons at all points of Interiectloa with oihai
We'tlcket ( do not forget this ) directly to am
place of Importance In Kansas , Nebraska , DIrk
Gills. Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Nevada , Callfom ,
Oregon , Washington Territory , Colorado , Arlcou.
and Now Mexico.
Ail ) beral arrangement * regarding baggmgaM
any other line , and rates of fare always aslow M
competitor * , who furoUh bat tithe o ttio com-
fort.Dogs and tackle of sportsmen free.
Tickets , mans and folders at all prlncipa
oOlce * In the United BUtoi and Canada.
U. U. CAI1LE , E. ST. JOIOT ,
Vice Pres-t * Qcn. Qen. Tkt andFaaa'rAc
Uanager. Chlcatro Chleaco.
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1880.
KANSAS CITY ,
3t , Joe & Council Bluffs
u TM CHIT _
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND THE BAST
From Omaha and the West.
All trams leave B. & 11. Depot , Omaha : tfeb.
No change of can between Omaha and ba. ixislsv
and but one between OMAHA and
EASTERN AND WESTERN CITIES with LESS
QUAKQES and IN ADVANCE of Alb
OTHER LINRH ,
Thlt entire line Ii equipped with Pullmau't
Palace Bleeping Can , Palace Day Ooachei. Ulller'B
Safety Platlorm and Coupler , and the celeUkatad ,
fa-Bee that your ticket reads VIA nAHHAK
CITlf , BT. JODEPU If OOUMOIL BLUFJTStUU
road , via Bt. Joseph and Bt. LouU.
Ticket * for lale at all coupon liatlonilath *
West. J. F. BARNARD ,
O. DAWES , Qen. BupL , St. Joseph , Ma
A Ota. tut. and Ticket Agt. , Bt Joseph , Mo.
Aflat Boutin , Ticket Ajreas ,
1020 Farnham rtrt 4.
W , J.DiT sroT , Oensral Ageat ,
In going East take tht
Trains leave Omaha SiO : p. m. and TM . as.
, I full Information call on It. P. DUEL , TlekM
Agent , Ktb and Farnham BU. J. BELL , U. f ,
Railway Depot , or at JAUKS T , OLA&OMMI- '
Agent , Omab * . JlTBifc M