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THE OMAHA JDAiLY BEE : MONDAY , MAY 15 , 1883-
O. O , OOOXC O0t
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Bluffi , lo * a , *
WHOLESALE FLOUR H < ) TJ S K ,
General Agents tor Ihe Celebrated Mills o' II. D. Hush & Co. , Ocldon B cl Flour , Lcironwoith ,
Kansas , nnd Queen Boo Mil's. Sioux Fc.i3 |
Fcfercncc. Smith & CrlH"n < lcn , Council Dliifti , la.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLPFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
J. * VKT. 1 C XT X OR. 33 Sc O O.
Lan.ds aud Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
EL L IRSOIN" ,
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Hcndj-flttcJ uppers , In calf skin and kip. Oak and Hemlock SOLI ! LEATHER , aud all
ooda appertaining to the shoo trade. Oo'dtgold at cheap a * In the Kai't.
IRS , 'IOEEIS1 ' NEW IILLIUERT STORE
FOll STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Bluffs la
Ttat nc\cr require crimping , at lira. J. J. Good's Hair SUre , at prices ne > cr bolero touched by
any other hair dealer. Also a full line of switches , etc. , at ( i really reduced prices. Also gold ,
silver and colored nets. Wa\cs made from ladles' own hair. Do not fall to call before purchasing
elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. MUS. J. J GOOD ,
29 Main street , Council ir.udu , Iowa.
The largest and besl
stables in the west
Roadsters , Saddle anc
draft horses for sale ,
also afine lot of mules
just received which
will > be closed oui
SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
REMOVED without tht
IMGERS drawing of blood or use a !
knife. Cures limp cllatases ,
FitSj-Bcrolula , Liver Complaint -
_ . , . _ _ . . _ plaint , Dropsy , Khcuui.v
T II Wl'fll R S tlsraiFover and Mcrocr-
I U m W n Ui rM ( Erjsipclas. Salt
/ Rheum , Scald Ho id , Oitarrh , v eik , lullujirJ
* S .and granulated Ejcs , r-crdfclous Ulcurs and Fo-
imale Dlfiru3 > of all kinds. Aho Kidney ar.d
Yenorial tliecasei. no uiorrhoids or Piles cured
or money refunded.
All dlseiioj treated upon the principle of vejfi-
able relacai , without the no of mercurial pai >
onsor the knifu.
Electro-Vapor or M-dlcatod Baths , furnished
these who dcalro them.
Hernia or Uupturo radlo&lly cured by the-i'fo
of Uio Elastic belt Truss and 1'liator , which ilaa
DO buporiar la the world.
CALL O.V OU DDIIES3
Drs , E , Rice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
FeecLantlSaile Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquets old stand. Council lllull-i , Iowa.
WILLAttD 8MITII. Prop.
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Bysician and Surgeon ,
Office and ruldence CIS Willow avenue , Coun-
rtll Ulutfi , Iowa.
W. E. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs ,
Extracting atulifilllng a epeehlty , Pint-clou
DR-A.JP. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
fifflco , No. 14 Pearl Street. Houit , 0 a. m , to
12. , and 2 p. m. , to 5 p , m. lloildcnco , 120
liincroft street. Telephonic connection with
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
llourtlrorn 10 to U a.jn. , and 2 to C p. m.
BAKKEE'S LiPE "ASSOOIATION ,
IE3 MOINE8 , Iowa.
Incorporated Julv let , 1879 , for the mutual
benefit of batik officers and their cuaiomers ,
Buedon principles of Kynrr , KOOSOMV ATI ) Bx-
CURITV. A few ouperlenceJ lifo Insurance eollcl-
tors anUAddresi , II. M. Stevens , district
solicitor , OSlcoNo. 7 , Kiertt'u blocr , C mcll
Bluffs , Iowa. Uesluenco.lOl 4Ui avenuo. I * O.
. . J
XC. O OBC 3C a ? . 1 OOP. .
Olpco over Bivln t Lauk ,
COUNOIli BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
W. 0. Jamaa , In connection with hU law and
collection butlacisbujs and sells real estate.
Persons wishing to buy or fell city property cUI
at hit office , our Bushneir * book store , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
Deeds ind mortjsgct dnnn and
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Wtvo3 Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Mots , Combs , Brushes , Facu-pow-
dors , Bands , Hair Orrm-
monta , Ac. , &o.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
537 W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MRS , E , J , IAELING , I , J } , .
Graduato.cf Electropnihlc Institution , iFhlla-
, dclphia , 1'uQLi.
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ivo.
COUNCIL DHDFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all diseases and piinhil [ dif
ficulties peculiar to feiralea a specialty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Empley the best Bread Baker In the V--st ; al o
a choice hind for Cakes and Pics.
Bread delivered to all parts of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Same and Poultry ,
Can alwayg.be found at JJ. DANEHVP ,
180 Upper Broadway
Justice tin Peace
314 BROADWAV ,
Bluffs. - Iowa
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of PottawattamL
county , Olllco corner of Broadway and Main
aireeU , Council Ulitffs , Io o.
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( Doutsehor Arzt. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Council Bluffs ,
Diseases of women and children a specialty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D ,
FKEE DISPENSARY EVERY SATURDAY.
Office In F\erctt'a block , Pearl trcct. Reel ]
lence 6 8 Fourth street. Olllco hours from 0 to
: a. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 ta 8 p. m. , Council lufft
F. C. CLARK ,
PRACT CAL DENTIST.
Pcan street , opposite the postoCBce. One of
Lo oldest prictlUoaers In Council Oluffd. Balls
ifactlon guaranteed ( n all cages.
ODELL& DAY ,
GEHERAl FIRS IMSHRAHOE
1EAL ESTATE AG'TS ,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Doa d of Trade bulldlng , _ Council llluffs , It.
' 111 practice In all state AU court *
< calci German Language.
WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE
Small-Pox Symptoms Discussed n
L DRth In iho Supreme Court.
On Saturday afternoon the case o
Dr. Pinnoy , chnrgcd with "attondinj
upon n caao of email-pox within th
city upon the 5th day of Mny nnd fo
Bovoral days previous , and did fail t <
report Iho saino to the authorities , '
wan taken up and tried ,
The sniail-pox caao referred to wa
the ono nt the Emmett llouso , am
the evidence showed that the mai
had been ailing for two or throe days
and on Tuesday night , May 2 , ono u :
the boarders named ' 'allahan ' callci
Dr. Pinnoy in to BOO him and guarnn
antcod the doctor his fee , as the mm
had no money. Dr. Pinnoy fount
no symptoms indicating that tin
man was seriously ill , and none
indicating that ho had tin
email pox. 11 o gave n prcscriptioi
and loft , with the distinct under
standing that if the man was worse 01
ho waa needed , ho should bo in
formed Ho never hoard from the
man after that until Friday noon ,
when another messenger came , saying
ttio man was worse , and that his face
had broken out. Dr. Pinnoy told tin
messenger that it was a county case
and perhaps it was a case of small pox
and adviecd him to BOO the overseer
Mr. Burroughs , and Dr. Hart , thi
county physician. There his connco
tion with the matter ended. The messenger
sengor went to Dr. Hart's and left
word for him to go the Emmett house
immediately en his return homo , hi
being away. Dr. Hart wont to tin
Emmctt house about 4 o'clock , anc
found a full-fledged case of small pox ,
and in his judgment it was in the
fourth day of eruption. Arrange
ments voro at once made to remove
the patient to the pest house , and in
the evening he was t.ikou tluthnr.
DC. Hart informed the police that
in his judgment there- had been great
uegiect on the part of sumo ono , thai
many people had been exposed anc
that ho fcarod a serious time would
result. Ho mentioned Dr. Pinnoy ae
having bupn in attendance upon the
caso. Chief Field relying mainly or
the information which ho gained from
Dr. Hart , filed an information against
Dr. Pinntjy for neglecting to report
Judge Aylosworth , In deciding the
case , discliprged the accused. He said
that there was no doubt but that the
man had the small pox when Dr. Pin-
ney vioitod him on Tuesday even
ing but the disease had not suffi'
ciontly advanced to enable n
physician to determine its fact. Dr.
Piuntjy had stated the symptoms aa
ho found thorn , and Dr. Hart agreed
with-him that ho would not have been
able to determine it to have boon
small pox from euch symptoms. Dr.
Pinnoy took every precaution possible
by tolling them to let him know if the
man was ivorso , The .judge also ac
quitted Dr. Haet of the alleged perse
cution spite in the matter , and also
put in a good word for Chief Field ,
expressing it aa his opinion that ho
did what waa 'doubtless his duty under -
dor the information which ho had re
ceived and aa the facts appeared on
The trial woe rather 'tedious for the
main part , it being long drawn out
with testimony's to'tho nymptoma of
small pox , anti how rapidly the vari
ous stages of the disease developed.
The only Interesting portion was the
apparent professional tendorneas and
jealousy which cropped out in little
vrays. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Gospel Trntli ,
Ho that is surety for a stranger shall
smart for it. But lie that trustftli to
Eriii.va BLOOD for curing liver , Judnoy and
complaint ) of like tendency , blind never bo
disappointed. Price 50 cenla , i trial bottles
Fftrmorsburgiis building a town hall.
The dental 'department of < the titato
university will begin in Octobar.
Three cases of small pox are re
ported near Gladbrook , Tuma county.
Clinton ha * a aew daily called the
News , published by two pcictical
John Whitcomb and wife , of Ola-
rinda , celebrated their golden trod-
ling last Tuesday.
The republican congressional con
tention for the Third district will bo
icld at Waterloo , Iu. , Juno 21st.
The governor has issued a proclarna-
, ion for the prohibition amendment
ilection , which is to take place Juno
_ A largo maltose- cat rode from Pa-
: ific _ Junction to Creaton , a distance
if ninety miles , on the trucks af a
tassongor coach lost Tuesday.
A. Q Faraoron , ono of the inaur-
, nco swindlers , a gang of which was
ocently caught in Ma'rshall and Tama
ouniies , has been arrested at Ilnck-
nrd , 111. , and will bo taken to Alar-
halltown for trial.
The lovontoonth session of the Iowa
lunday School association will bo held
t Wubstor City , commencing Tuesday
voning , Juno 6tn , and continuing un-
il Tuesday evening , Juno 8. This
ill bo a mass convention , but each
liurch and Sunday school are invited
3 eend one or two delegates ,
Lansing IT. Beach , of Dubuque ,
idot at the Military academy at West
oint , holds an honored place in his
aes. In scholarship ho has through
10 1 four years' course been among the
distinguished five , " whoso names ap-
aar in every class marked with a star
id attached to the army register for
It is reported that No. 2 , on Sun-
iy evening , had a "ailnnt passenger"
i board , the cuflin being carried on
10 platform of the baggage car and
atened to the railing by a ropo. By
instant rubbing the rope gave way
itwotm Stanton and Villisca , aud the
> x slid elF , bursting and ecattering
10 contents. [ Villiacalloviow.
Found at Last-
WJut every one should huve , and never
without , in TKOUAH' ] ; CI.ECTJUO On. . It
thorough and safe in iu olfcctf , iro-
iciog tlie moat wondrous cures of rheu-
itlun , ueuralgia , bums , bruige , rtud
) unil of everv kind.
The many friends of B , F , Olayton
11 read with relish the following
> m the Macedonia Tribune :
Last Saturday B , P. Clayton came
to town on horse that looked as if j
had boon doaod with anti-fat , or hn
cot poorwaiting for the grass to gron
The fact that Bon always rides n. goo
horao rendered this animal the subjcc
of remark by wags about towr
Finally , in a spirit of drollery commo
to him , llngh Ferguson placed th
following inscription on the saddh
"How long , Oh Lord ! till food time ?
This caused a vast amount of fun
which was highly enjoyed by Jit
Olayton also. Late in the evening
telegram was handed to Hugh , fo
which n collection of 25 cents wa
made. Uo hurridly toro open th
envelope and was considerably astonished
ishod by the following ! "Feed time i
0 o'clock , Hugh. B. F. Olayton.
How the Hostile Apachoa were WIpoi
Out by the Mexicans.
Coircs o ilcnco San Francisco Ohronrlc.
SAPAU STATION ( N. M ) , May 4-
Ilavina just returned from the scum
of the recent Indian slaughter in Max
ice , I send you the following detail
of the aflrny : The Ohirncan and Warn
Spring Indians under1 "Ju" anc
"Luco , " their chiefs , with squaws mt <
papooses , about 300 iu number , aftc
the Tight at Horacshoo Bond , A. T.
retreated toward old Mexico by wa ;
of Qaloyvillo , with General Forsyth'
and nine companies of U. S. cavaln
in hot pursuit. The Indians retreated
southward through the Animas vallo ;
in Now Mexico. They were pursuoi
for thirty miles across the _ Mexicai
border and close to the Hannas rive
in Mexico , when about 250 Moxicai
troops bolonginging to Oon. Torosna
command , were concealed in a sinal
willow-fringed creek , a tributary ti
tha Ilannaa river. The Indians , un
a-varo of tlio ambush into which the ]
were being driven , fell into the trap
The Mexicans lay perfectly quiet un <
til the Indians were within a hundrei
yards of them , nnd then poured in i
sudden and murderous fi.ro. The do
situation was almost complete. Sixtj
warriois fell at the first volley. Thi
young and vigorous warriors scattorcc
and hunted cover. The Mexican sol
diets then charged upon the old bucks
squaus and papoosus , who formed tin
center of the column. None wen
spared. Squaws were bayoneted , anc
the children nnd babes taken up bj
the heels and their brains dashed oui
against the rocks. Ono old gray
headed Indian died pamo , Ho wai
coded in a hole amongst the roots o ;
a largo willow , aud succeeded in killing -
ing eight Mexicans before they could
discover where the shots came from ,
Ho was dragged out and cut completely
pletoly to pieces I counted seventy-
nine dead squaws and papooses. Locc
was killed and Ju severely hurt. Lo
co's breast and shoulders had a com
plete circle of brands made with a hot
iron the sign of a "bad man" among
< the Indians. The cum plot o details of
the slaughter are sickening and arc
not half hi n tad at.
There Is no doubt the entire band
will bo exterminated. The Mexicans
are flushed with victory , exultantnnd
withul as fiendish as the Indians them
selves. They declare they do not in
tend to take a solitary Indian prison
er , but will follow thorn to their holes
and wipe out the last ono o Uiom , in
that section , at least , oil the face of
the earth. Although the killing haa
been done by _ the Mexican soldiery ,
great credit is duo General Forsytli
and his troops for the vigorous man
ner in which the hostile were pursued ,
sometimes at the rate of forty miloa u
day , acroao sandy plains , without wa
ter , on ono occasion having to make a
"dry camp. " The fleeing Indiana
wo'o forced to kill and abandon most
of their ponies and stolen stock. Many
dead infants were found along the
The Mexicans are a poorly equipped
lot of soldiers. Their uniforms are
mostly white , with high old Conti
nental caps , surmounted by plumes ,
making them the finest kind of tar
gets. A great injny are barefoot.
Very few have boots , the majority
loing shod in rawhide sandals. They
are armed with EuDold , Sharp's and
Remington rim-firo carbines. The
Americans-divided rations with them ,
arid returned to their own territory
yesterday , arriving in Eureka mining
district last evening. The command
is MOW in cunp at Separ station.
D. M. L.
A Renovating Remedy
la to bo found in BDIIDOOK BLOOD
BIITBIIH. As an antidote for sick
hcadoaho , female weakness , billioua-
ness , indigestion , constipation , and
ithor disease * of a kindred nature ,
ihoso bitters are invaluable. Price ,
land , 0. , thi
f tha latest Improved plan , hu opened
echanlml uuritary Inj'.ltato at 10U South
ith ttreot , Omaha , wlioro ho Is prepared
irnluli limbs of every description , tkeletona
id lupportenforparallzad ariddcformcd llmhn ,
U88CB , and thoulJer braces and supporters lor
malu weikneiB. &o , Iho Doctor hai had 23
jam experience Iu wearing and ailjiidlriz.
J. 8. OKAWKOHD ,
101 Bouth 14th Ht Omaha , Nfh.
Hi * arBLaH , loom aciuiir ,
I'rc Idcn . Vice PrcrfL
W , B. DmauKB , Hoc. andTreas.
Lincoln , Nob.
Darn Planter * , Harrowi , Farm Roller * ,
ilk Hay Itakei , Bucket fclevatlne Wind
We are prepared ( o do lob work and minuf 1
iriri ? for other parties.
&ddro all orders
NKUHASKA MANUfACTUHINa CO , ,
Olarkson & Hi/nt ,
TW Q Utch&rla b Uitt ,
ti Ulbbtr ol Om b. r.
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Or. J. B. Simpoon'a Spoclfl
II ti a poijttrBcuro for Hpormatoirhea , Somln ;
ffeakctM. ImpoUncy , and all dltoascg rnmltlc
from Self-AbuM , M Mental Anxiety , LOMI
Mcmorj , Talna In th Back or Slilf , aod dljcasi
" " " > I < JI
bcln ; rue
Wtlto for them and gtt full p :
1'rlco , Bpsclflc , (1,00 par pacV ; , or i1z pic )
gcj for 15.00. AddrcM all onlMn to
D. S1MSON UKDICINB CO.
NOR. 104 and 106 Main SU Uuflalo , tl. T.
SoM In Ouuht liy ( J. F. Goodman , J , W. Hot
J K. I h , and alt tlraf ilstoorcrywhoro.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK The arratrrUflK MAR )
eth. An tin-
rhoi , Inipot-
ency , and all
BErtRETARIHQ.saSrnco' ! AFTER TAHHB
Sclf'Almra ; ta Loss ol Memory , Unhcrs.it I/wsl
tudo , Pain In Uio Back , Dimness ol VIMon , Premature
mature Old ARC , and many other I > l casca tha
lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Proini
jtarFull particulars In our pamtihlet , wlilcl
wo deslro to send free I v mall to 01 cry one
CSTTho Specific Mullclno Is sold liy all druggist
at tl per package , orOpackt cs for gB , or I1
bo pent free by mall on met pt of the money , b
addressing TUB QUA JKDlCINtiCO. ,
Buffalo , N. V.
orsalor < w7nm.iv > a
The Great Jjiigiish Keuioily
N'cror falls to cm
, Non otis Debility , VI
ital Exhaustion , Kmli
lions , Rcmlnal Weak
HOOD , and all th
\ll ellwts of joull
( ul follies anil cxcei
< c9. It stops perms
ncntly all weakening
involuntary lossi B am
trains upon the syi
cent , the lnoItalilo re
. , 'suit ' of thoBO OMlprnc
tlccs , which arc so destructive to mind and bed ;
nmltimVo Ufa miserable , often leading to Ins-xnl
ty and death. It strengthens the Ntn ea , llraln
( mcmoryf Wood , Muscles , PlRostUo and Ilepro
ductlro Gorans , It restores W all the on.'anli
functlrns their former vigor and \lta1lty , ma
.Inir life cheerful and cnjojablo. 1'rlce , * Ji
bottle , or four times the quantity 810. Sent bj
express. Bccuro from obscrratlon. to any addrcs.1
on receipt of price. No. 0. O. 1) . sent , oxccp
on receipt of 81 as a euarantoo. Letters rj
qucatiiiK answers must Incloso stamp.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
arc ths best and cheapest djspopsla and billion
euro 1 1 the market. Sold by all druggists. 1'ric
Da MINTIR'S KIDNBT RKURDT , NKFRBTICUM ,
Cures ill klndof Kidney and bladder complalntc
gonorrhea , elect and leucorrhca. For eao ty a ]
s : 81 a bottlo.
ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
718Olho3t. , St. Louis , 110.
For Gale In Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
The Molt Successful Remedy o\cr dlscov
ored , as It Iscortaln In its effects and does no
blister. HEAD I'UOOF UKLOW. Also cxcollen
for human llcsh.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN
Washlngtciivlllo , Ohio. Juno 17 , 1831. Dn
I ) . J. KRNDAM , , A Co. : aotits Heading your od
vcrtlscmcnt In Turf , Field and Farm , of you ;
Kendall's Spavin Cure , a d having a > aluabh
and speedy horse which had been lame from
tpavln for eighteen inontlu , I sent to jou for r
bottle by express , which In six wcoku rcmovci
all lameness and enlargement and a larctf spl'nl '
from another horse , and both hones are to-unj
as sound sa coltc. The ono bottle wan worth tc
mo ono hundred dollars. Kospectfullj
jo' , re , II. A. UKRTOLKTT , II. U.
Send for Illustrate 1 circular gUinir poaltlvi
proof. PrlcoSl. A.1I DriiKirM * have It or car
got it ( or yon. Dr. D. J. Kendall & Co , 1'ro
prlctors , Kncwlnirgh Falls , Vt
R30Lt > BY ALL DRUGGISTS
PILES ! PILESI PILES !
A Sure Cure Found at Last
Ko Onn Head HnlTrrl
A sum euro for Ullnu , lilcodinpt , Itchlrg am
Ulcerated Pliea bio been dlocovcrod by Dr. Wtl
lam ! , ( an Indian rimody , ) called Dr. Will ara'i
Indian Ointment. A rangta nor has cured thi
horetchronle ciwoa of ZSor EOyoars etandlnir. Nc
one nuod suffer flvo mlnuttfl alter applying thli
wonderful noothlng medicine. Lotions , Instruments
monts nnd electiiarluu do morn harm than Rood ,
W llllam's Ointment ahoorto the tumors , ullnji
the Intense Itching , ( partlculaaly Rt nllit ( aftoi
Ifottln r warm In bed , ) acts as npoultlco , glvw In' '
ettnt and ittlnlcwi rcllol , and Is prepared only foi
Pllsa , Itchlnt ' , of the private parts , and for ooth
Cead what the Hon. J. U. Oofflnberry of Clovo-
nnd Bays about Or. Wllllam'a Indian Pllo Olnt
meet : I have ueod scorea of Piles cures , and II
affords map ensure to Gay that I hare nerer found
anything which gave such linmcdlatu and perm
nentjollof as Dr. Wlllluu's Indian Ointment.
For oale by all druggist ! or mailed on receipt
price , Jl.OO. _
HENRY & OOn Prop'nk ,
OLIVILAHD , Onio.
For Mlo by 0 , f Goodman.
Old Sores ,
Juroa When Hot Spriuga Fail
lUv ! i , ARK , , M y 2. 1831
Wo hive caioi In onr own town who lived at
tot Springs , in'l were finally cured with 8. B. 8 ,
McCAUMOM k MUIUT.
f YOU uouut.ujiiu ) w oj us anil \ b t liu
UUK YOUIl Oil charge nothing 11 Write for
u-tlculars and copy of little Book 'Uoasaze.
i the Unfortunate Huffcrlnv
l.OOU Howard v/ill bu paid to any
leinlst who will find , on analysis 100 bottles
8. 8. , one prtlcloof Mercury , lodldo Potaa-
urn or any Mineral gubstanco.
BWJrT SPEOinC CO , Propi.
Prlco of Small site , Jl.OO.
Largo slco 1.76.
Sold by K KNNAUD BH03. ft CO 1
id DnigifUtu U n rall
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
Dr. E. a reatment-
peclflo for Hysteria , Dlizlncss , Convulsions
arvous Headache , Mental Depression , LOBS ol
Dmory.Bpormatorrhcoa.Impotenjy , Involuntary
ulsslons , Premature Old Age , caused by ovtr-
ortlon , oolf abuse , or over-lnduigenre , which
ula to misery , decay and death. Onu box will
re recent easel. Ea h box contains one month'o
jatmcnt. One dollar a box , or six Ixixos fore
o dollars ; ucnt by mall prepaid on receipt of
Ice. Wo guarantee alx boxes to euro any ctsj.
1th each order received by u for six boxoi , as-
mpanlcd with five dollar * , 111 tend the iur.
aser our wrlttori ( ( uarantoo to return the
tmoy If the treatment does not eff ct a cure.
0. F , Goodman , Drut-gUt , Bole , Wholesale and
'Hil ' , Agent , Ouiaba , Neb. Orden by mail at
Btallaiirloa. _ iliwlv
John Uj. Jacobs ,
( Formerly of Olih * Jacobi. )
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS.
ARLINQTON. J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net ,
BARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb.1
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromthurg Nil
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville
CITY HOTEL. CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J. O. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb.
OR AN n CENTRAL E.ISEYMOUR , Nebraska City , Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeeplngWater.Na
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
QREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Nebl
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olnrlndu , Iowa
END'S HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. D. HACKNEY , Aihland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOfEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atkinson , NeD.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. QRUDD , Quldo Recd , Neb.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Oretton , U.
JUDKINS HOUSE , JUDKINS & DRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO.OALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , In ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQE83 , Neola , la ,
CITY HOTEL , Dl D , WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M , E. OUMMINQ3 , CornlnK , la.
NEDRA8KA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Qtanton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J , W. DOULWARE , Burllneton Junction , M
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , Blanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , IB ,
OOMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILL3 , Dayld City , Neb
DAQNEUL HOUSE , CHA8. DAQNELL , College Spring * , la.
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllsca , la.
JUDKINS House , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Drove , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F. STEARNS. Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Osceola , Neb.
DOUOLAO HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clarkt , Neb.
DCDFORO HOUSE J. T. CQCEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. DLAOK& BON , Marytvlllo Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb.
WIN8UOW HOUSE o. MCCARTY , Seward , Nob.
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES , Aurora , Not ) .
CROZIER HOU8C O. R. OROZIER , Sidney , Neb.
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
% T r \
Mining and Milling Company.
Working Capital ! _ . . . - . _ - - ? : ooooo.
Capital aock , _ _ _ - - 81,000,000
Par Value of Hharcs , - - . - [ - - - - 2S,000 ,
STOCK. FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming.
WM. E. T1LTON , Vlco-PrcelJont , Cummlna , Wyoming )
K. N. HAUWOOD , Secretary , Gumming , Wyoming.
A. Q. LUNN , Treaourer , Gumming , Wyomln
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Louis Miller W. S. Ilramol. A. 0. Dunn.
E. N. Ilarwood. Francis Leavens. Ueo. II. Faloa. Lewie Zolman.
Dr. J. C. Walking.
DoS2me5m OKO. W. KENDALL. Authorized Afcnt ( for Sale of Stock : BP ' " < ! ,
- FOR -
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEW YORK.BOSTON ,
And all Poluts East and South-Entt
TUB LIKE COMPRISES
Nearly 4,000 miles. Bolld Smooth Steel Tracks
All connections are ma lo In UNION DtPOTB.
It hw a National Ropntatlon M being tha
Qroat Throuch Oar Line , and Is universally
conceded to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED IUI1-
road In the world ( or all classes of travel.
Try It and you will flnd traveling a Inxurj
Instead of a dUcomfort.
ThratiKh Tickets via this Celebrated Line ( or
sale at all n 111 ecu In the West.
All Information about Rates of Faro , Steeping
Car Accommodations , Tlmo Tables , &c. , will be
cluorfully ilvi > n by applylulnz to
T. j. POTTER ,
2d Vlco-l'ro 't & don. ManaerCbIcaKO.
PEnCIVAL LOWELL ,
Oon. I'aaneivter Agt. Ohlcaro ,
W. J. DAVKNPOIIT ,
Oen Agent , Conned DlulTg.
U. I' . DUfLL , Ticket AKt/om ha
Sionx City A Pacific
THE SIOUX CITY ROUTB
Bunu n Holld Train ahrough ( ram
Council Blufla to St. Paul
Without Change Time , Only 17 Hour *
UILES THE snORTEOT KOUTS
10 ST. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTfl OR DISIIAROK
ind all points la Northern lonra. Minnesota and
Dakota. This line I ] equipped with the Improved
Wcstlugbouso Automatic Air-brake and UIllo
Platform Coupler and Buffer : and for
BPKKU. 8AKOT1T AND COMfORT
J unsurpassed. Pullman Palace tileenlni ; Oar
run through WITHOUT CIIANOK botwecu Kan
1 1 ( City and Bt , Paul , via Council llluttj and
Trains leave Union Pacific Transfer at Oour , .
11 DUiffa , at 7:55 p. n. dally on arrival of ICanim
JHy. tit. Joutpu uud Council IJIuBj tralu Iron ;
.ho South , Arriving at Sioux City 11:36 : p. m.
ipj at the Now Union Depot at St. Paul af 18:30 :
FKN IIOUE3 IN ADVANCE OV ANT OTHKH
HOUTK.J -3lrf.r" H 3
tSTllcmcmbcr ( n taking tha Sioux city Kouu
roujret a Through Train. The Shortest Line.
he Quickest Time and a Comfortable Hide la the
rhroujcb. Can between
COUNCIL IJLUFF8 AND ST. PAUL.
/arsu > that your , Ticket ! lead via the " 8oui !
; ity and Paclflo Railroad "
/ . H. WATTLE8 , JK. BUCHANAN
W. a DAVI8 ,
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner Fourth and Locust Streets.
30 ? . 3COT7as : , 3VCO. ,
JH , HTJRST , . . Prop.
looms , 70o , 81 , and ? 1,50 Pur Day.
Anckmiit KvttiUTa'it liconi.cctwlvllhthii
louse w hero meal < are a n edat ruosouabl t prlcis
H > vu day and night ,
T7eit for being the most direct , qnlcttcot , an
safest line connecting the great Motropollo. GUI
OAOO , and the EIDTULH , Noain-EABTuan , I ) I
and SoOTU'RUTBON LIN B , which tormlnntt bore
with KANSAS CIIT , LHATUWOKTU , Aronuon ,
COOHOIL DLOTra and OUAIII , the CoiiUsaoiAL
Oavnu from which radlato
EVERY LINE OF R0AD
that penetrated the Continent from tbe Ulsaonr
Hirer to the Paclflo Slope. The
CHICAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
Is tbe only line from Chicago owning track la
Kansas , or which , by Its OTTO road , reochca th
point * above named. No TRAnarias BT CABBIAOS
No HUSIHO coNB onOKsl No buddllnK la 111
ventilated or unclean cars , as every passenger , i
carried In roomy , clean and rcatilatod oraches'
upon Fast Eiproaa Trains
DAT CABS of unrivaled mtffnlfloenc * , PCUJMM
PALAOB SLiirma CABS , and ourotrnworld-faaonr
Dnrma CASJ , upon which meals are served of un
surpassed excellence , at the low rate ol Brvra-r.
Fini Cura nan , with ample time foj
ThrouKh Con between Chicago , PoorU.
waukoo and Mlssouil Hirer Points : and clos
nectioDB at all point * of IntOMoctloa Trtth
W ticket ( dp not loizti thlt ) directly In tverf
Fim.awlmp < ? rUn.ct n n" , Nebraska. Ma tW
IIUls. Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Nevada , Ca/tf
Aa I berol arrangement * refardlnz bijrza
any other line , an-1 rates of faro alnaya ael air M
compsUtors , who furnish but a tithe o Iho com.
fort.Opera and tackle of tparkmen fres.
TlcKota. mips and foldora at all prlnclp *
offlccfl In the United HUtos and Canada
# &agk a nWKSKi
Manager. Chicago Chicago ?
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1880 ,
3tJoe& Council Bluffs
3ECuA.3CXLiXC.O. uZ3 >
u tni OHLT
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND THE EAST
From Omaha and the Weat.
All trains leave 0 It U , Depot , Omalu : Neb ,
No change of can between Omaha and hi. uoalt ,
and bat ono between OMAIIA aud
Dai ly Passenger Trains
EASTERN AND WESTERN CITIES with tE3J
OQABQES and IN ADVANCE of All ,
This notlrs line 1s ixiutppefl wjth
Palo Waoplog Cars.I'Altco U.yCoAMW. Allllsr's
Btfoty Platform and Coupler , and the cider-rated
tarSuo that your ticket roada VIA nANSAS
OITV , HT. JOSEPH & COUNCIL BLUf/S IUII
road , via Bt. Joseph and Bt. LouU.
Tick old ( or Bale at all coupon stations In th *
West. J. r. BAUNA11D ,
0. nAWES , den. Supt. , Bt. Joseph , Ma
A den. Pose , and Ticket Agt. , Si Joseph , Ito.
AJinr lloaoiv , Ticket Agent ,
1020 Farnham etreeV
W , J.DAVUirORT , Oeaoral Aeeat ,
FAST TIME !
In going East take the
ELJXX * ern " KTJS K--
Trains leave Omaha 8:10 : p. m , and 7:10 : a. m.
I full Information call on II , P. DUEd , Ticket
izent. 1HU aud 1'aruhaui EU J. BELL , U. P.
uilway Depot , or ut JAUES T , CLARK , Goner *
AB'eni , Omaha.
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