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THE DAILY BEE : OMAHA TUESDAY , MA * 23 , 1882.
O. C3. OO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
Cltj Market , Ccnncll BluHt. low * ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
General Agent ) for the Celebrated Hills o * It. P. Ku h A. Co. , Oolilen Ragle Flour , Ltarenwoith ,
K n aJ , ami tjucfn Ore Mill ) , Sioux > 'all , IHkotfl ,
P t > rtnce , Bmllh A Cil't'nden ' , OniiMJI I'luffi ' , 1ft.
BE. IE.
W10LKSALK AND KETAlt ,
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT OFFICE.
Fm ' UWm "fyt C2 "ij 1 3E Lfg" ' * < 'y l lS27 * 3 f
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
MOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - - - - IOWA.
HI.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
neadj-flttod uppers , In calf akin and kip. OaV nnd Hemlock FOLK LGATHKR , and ale
o ds appertaining to the shoo trucle. Do di aald ai cheap as In the Kas > . _
MBS , 'NORMS' ' NEf IILLIUEET STOEE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. - - - - - Couacil Bluffa la.
That never require crlmpln ? . at lira. J. J. Good's Hair Store , at prices never before touched by
nr other hnlr dealer. Also a full line of switches , etc. , at ) , ready reduced prices. Also gold ,
Mer and colored nets Wares made from ladles' own hair. Do not fall to call before purchulng
elaonhoio. All goods warranted r s represented. MKS. J. J. GOOD ,
M Main street. Council Bluffs , Iowa.
MASON WISE ,
LITEE1 , FEED & SALE SrABLE
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
cheap.
SCOTT ST. , NEAE BROADWAY.
I COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
I HGIIOVED without the
n i urnTnTin
I ; l I i Al | \ I i II K N " "wing of blood or use of
| ! l U iLJj U JaLbrJ knife. Cures luii ? diseases.
AND OTHVli FitsScrofula , Liver Cora-
-i i. . i i1 i. plaint , Uropay , llhcuma-
T II Itfi n R S tlam , Fever and llercur-
I U Ifl V II W w 80re9i Erysipelas , Salt
Hhtum , Scald Head , Citatrh , woik , lufl\mcd
and granulated Eyes , -crofulous Ulcers and Ftf-
mole Dla > ue < of all kinds. Alto Kidney and
Venerlol diseases. Hemorrhoids or Piles cured
money refunded.
All diseases treated upon the principle of veget
able reform , without the uj of mercurial pola-
ons or th * knife , * *
Electro Vapor or H-dicated Baths , furnished
otewho doalro them.
„ . Kupturo radically cured by the me
the Elastic belt Truis and Piaster , which hiu
superior in theuorla.
CONSULTATION FREE-
, CALL ON OR ADDUES'J
%
\ Drs , E , Eico and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
LIVERY7
Feed and Sale failles ,
18 North First Street ,
Boaju t's old stand. Council Dlufl , Iowa.
WILLAUL ) 8M1TH. Prop.
W.D.STILLMAN
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Pkysician and Surgeon ,
Orlc and residence 015 Willow arenue , Coun-
ell Utifls , Iowa.
Iowa.W.
W. K. SINTON ,
DENTIST.
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Kxtractlngand filling- tpechlty. First-class
work yuarinteei ,
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 Pearl Street , lloun. 0 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. n. , to 6 p , m. Uoaidence , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
Central office. .
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
OITEMIOEJ
No , 617 First Avenue
.
Hours from 10 to 11 a. m. , and 2 to B p. m.
BABKEB'S ' LIFE ASSOCIATION ,
DBS UOINKS , Iowa.
Incorporated July 1st , 1879 , for the mutual
benefit of bank olll.cni and their customers ,
JUwidon principles of Kucur , KcomMr > x SB-
CUEITT. A few experience. ! life Insurance Bollcl-
torn wanted , Addreni , II , il Htorens , district
uollcltor , Oinco No. T , KTertt'n blocK , Council
Illuffs , Iowa. Hcalueiice lyl 4th avenue. P O ,
S. L
* * * * " ' * * * _ ,
3 - 3C 'OCt &t * * Ttr
Office over mlngi bank ,
COUNOlLi. BLUFFS , - - - Iowa.
REAL ESTATE.
W. 0. James , In connection with his law and
collection business buys and sells real estate.
Persons wlehlnj to buy or etll city property call
at his otQce , orcr Tlushnell's book store , Tear )
street.
EDWIN J , ABBOTT.
Justice of-the Peace and
Notary Public.
416 Broad way , Council Bluffs
and mortftft * drawn and
HAIR JJOODS.
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
Guaranteed.
MRS. D. A. BENEOICT ,
337 "W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St , a
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa.
MES , E , J. HAEDIHG , M , D , .
Medical Electrician ?
P
AND
GYGNECOLOGIST.
Ora.lur.te of Electropitliic Institution , Phila
delphia , I'enux ti
w
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave. si
it
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all diseases and ptnful Jdlfpa
flcuftlcs peculiar to fpiralea n Hpccbl'ty.
The Star Bakery , Wl
an
HOWARD & ROBIE , hewl
of
ofa
227 MAIN ST ,
do
Emplajr the best lireid Baker In the West ; also
cu
a choice hind for Cakes and Pies.
Broad dellrered to oil parts of the city. Se
FRESH FISH ! Tlo. o.W
Game and Poultry , RO
Can always be found at B. DANEHY'9 ,
130 Upper BroadWKT. Kl'
by
JNO.JAYFRAINEY , io
Justice of the Peace , Aiwt
314 BROADWAY ,
Ooupoil Bluffs. " - Iowa. miHi
W , B , MAYES , ' 01
diiic
Loans andEealEstate
, cu
cue
: o
Proprietor of abetrac's ' of Pottawattamle lii
county. Olflco corner of Broadway and Main
street ? , Council IlhilTj , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ml his
( Ueutscher Arzt. )
u
BOOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK , the
in
Council Bluffs ,
Disease * of women and children a apaclalt/ . . .
the
P , J , MONTflOMBEY. M , D du
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ol
FKKK DISPKNHAHY KVCIIY SATUKIIAY. ov
ovai
ai
Oflice In Everett's block , Pearl trutt. Hen ) ]
denco C S Fourth street. Office hours from 0 to ia
2 a. m. , 2 to t and 7 to 8 p. ni. , Council I lufti the
"F. C. GiARK , As h o
PRACTICAL DENTIST. not
say
Pcari street , opposlto the postofflce. One of ir
the oldeet practitioners In Council Blufls. Hallo- irh
lifactlon Kmrantoed In sll cases. dad
- pr
DR. F. P , BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DII. CHARLES nKETKKN , A
Oflice orcr dnif ttdre , 414 Broadway , Council
IlliiHii , Iowa. Al dlncafcn of the etc and < -ar
troitvd under the mcwt aj > pro > txl muthod , and all
Coi
JOHN LINDT , is „
AT'TORHEY'-AT-LAW. g [
Will practice In all sUt an court *
Speaks Oerm&n Lwifuags , /
ANDERSON'S KECOKD.
The "Olnlma" of n Man Who Wnnta to
Do nn town Congressman.
Correspondence of The Uco.
KISIIKA VAILBY , Mills county ,
Iowa , May 18. The people of HUB
congressional district will aooti bo
culled upon to plnco in nomination n
c.uulidato lo represent tliis district in
congress. Mills county evidently hns
in the person of J. V. Stone the nblust
man in the district for the position ,
nnd the republicans of Mills county
would bo pleased to sco their fellow-
citizen carry off the honornttho coming
congressional convent ion. Bntitsccma
that Mr. Stone declines to bo
n cnndidnto , and the contest for the
position is narrowed down to two cnn-
didatea , Ool. W. F. Sapp nud Major
A , 11. Anderson. The last named
gentleman ia very popular with the
politicians of this county , but not with
, he musses ot the republican farmers
and business men. Tim county will
oppose Anderson's nomination for
; ho reason that the question of rogu-
ating intcr-stnto comtnerco will como
before the next congress , nnd Major
Anderson's past record is such aa to
convince the Mills countycitizons that
is sympathies are with the railroads
and not the people , and in proof of
this assertion will present the follow
ng facts1 Major Anderson was pros
ecuting attorney tor this judicial dis
trict for four years , and during all
this time ho did not make any effort
to prosecute the thrco railroad com
panies running from Council Eluffa to
Chicago , for pooling their earnings ,
"ection 1207 code of Town provides
; hat "it ohall bo unlawful for any rail
way company to make any contract or
to enter into any speculation with any
jther company running in the same
general direct ion , by which either com
pany shall directly or indirectly ngroo
o divide in any manner or proportion
ho joint earnings upon the whole or
ny part of the freight transported
rer such roads , und any violation
lation of this provision shall render
the railway company violating the
same liable to a penalty ot § 5,000
for each month for which such earn
ings are divided , to bo recovered for
the permanent use of the school fund
in the name of the stato. "
It is a fact that during all the tour
years that ho was state attorney ho
did not institute proceedings to re
cover about § 300,000 that the pool
lines had , by the violation of section
IIU , forfeited to th state for the
use ! of the permanent school school
fund ; that thosocompanies did violate
this law known to every reader of
, daily paper in Iowa and Nebraska ,
and was known to Major Anderaon
These companies did not only pool h
from Council Bluffs to Chicago , but
but pool from Council Bluffs to In- m
dianola , Knoivillo , DCS Moincs and
other points in Iowa , and the officers
of this company hare boasted of their
being able to harmonize differences by inhi
pooling their earnings. hi
During the lost session of the Iowa fo
legislature , Lewis , of thia county , hu
offered a resolution in the house de
manding that a committee bo ap
pointed to investigate the pooling of nil
these railroad companies , nnd rorort th
to the house the result of such inves do
tigation. ) The resolution was referred domi
the railroad coinmiaaioners , of mite
which ] Anderson is a member , and wo
have looked in vain for the commis to
sioners < report and hove not yet aeon toJc
and never will. th
A bill was ofiiered in the liouco to an
prevent officers of the state and coun anmi
ties from receiving from railroad com po
panics free passes. This bill was referred iy
iyTl
ferred to the railroad commissioner of Tl
which Major Anderson was a member , to
and after examining it returned to the coon
house a laughing , ridiculing report ,
which was unfavorable to the passage on
the bill , and this same beard of th
railroad commissioners , of which An sir
derson is a member , in a report ridi
culed and criticised a speech made by th.ws
Senator J. F. Wilson at Davenport. ws
This speech was in opposition to rail la
road . monopolies , and was full of kind
words for the people. Anderson has me
long been the attorney for the Chica fe
, Burlington & Quincy railroad fe"t
company , and on the west bank of the
Botany river , seven miles north of
Sidney ' , stands a town that was named
the that company Anderson , in Y.
honor of their faithful servant , Mijor foi
Anderson , and no doubt Anderson ho
would , in the face and oycsof alltheeo Tr
facts , bo glad if ho could convince the the
republicans of Mills county that ho is
opposed to the iron grasp of railroad
monopolies. That will bo hard to do.
Ilad ho used of
as much diligence in per par
forming the duties of the oflic s of Mel
district attorney and railroad commis
sioner ho did par
as in file efforts to pro- i
euro these offices , the people of this
county might be encouraged to help
him into congress. &jWe think him
fully able to ride over this congressional - Ino
Inn
sional district on his free pass , or in low
special car , working with his ad
miring politicians to procure the ofiico , boa if"
if wo are to judge his future by and
past , ho ia not able to represent us
congress.
Moj. Anderson was a good eoldior
and deserves eomo consideration for
services ho rendered his country fOIl me '
during the late war. But it is n fact I're
Lhat ire have in Mills county 100 t ) n
per
soldiers working in the broiling nun son
nvory day to obtain a living for their inei
Families who am entitled to as much ! stn
consideration as Maj. Anderaon , who I
liavo baon and are ground down by I
< iron heel of railroad monopolies
that ! Anderson has lenrod and will
continue ; to fear if cent to congress.
to the record of Col. Sapp wo have I
made an examination , but will con :
; that if n does not bear any better oft
investigation than Anderson's wo and .
think : the republicans of thia district .bUl
bettor look tor another man to
present to the people for their suf ( 11
frage. CONIEHVATIVK ,
(
MINPEN. IA. Ull
Prosperous Railroad Town of Pot-
tawattamlo County.
Is i
C/orrcspondcnce of The Ueo.
MINDEN , Iowa , May JO. Minden KOI
a prosperous railroad town of Best
about four hundred inhabitants , is
pleasantly located on the Chicago ,
lock Island & Pacific railroad , twen st23d
23d
ty-six miles east of Council Bluffs. ted
Six yonra RO the spot where Jlindoi
now oxista showed no visible tnnrk o
n building. The skillful hnnd of the
carpenter has boon at work , nnd the
result is n number of fine residences
with n number of fine substantin'
business houses , nil of which nro doing
n thriving business. The flornwr
Lutherans hnvo ft now church going
up which , when finished , will bo
comfortnblo church edifice. The
building is located in the north part
of town on n high plateau with a coin
mantling view of the country. You
can sco fnrma nil around , which are
under a high stnto of cultivation , and
beautiful proves , young nnd thrifty
orchards , which in a for | short years
will produce fruit sufficient to supply
our homo demand.
ft number of ourfirst settlers
in"thia county took their donacturo
from Johnson county eight or ten
years ago , nnd others from _ the tntno
place ] hnvo continued to immigrate
until our county has bpcomo thickly
settled and nro industrious nnd sueC
cossful farmers nnd in _ such circuin-
itnnces that their remaining days can
bo spent in comfort nnd case.
This spring has boon n moro favor.v
ulo ono tor farmers for putting in
-heir crops than this locality 1ms en-
ioyod for many yearn nnd they nro
nobly improving their time in putting
n the largest aorcngo of corn over
cnown in this county. Wheat is
nicely. The copious ruin on
aot Sabbath has much revived all veg
etation. If the BOHBOII continuoo as
'nvornblo it will bo bub reasonable to
ono of the largest wheat crop
coming fall Unit Pottovvnltamit
county has over experienced.
J. JF. Y.
"I Dou't Wr t'lliat Staff. "
s what u lady of.Booton said to he
msband when ho brought homo ROUU
nudicino to euro her of sick headache
nnd neuralgia which . had madn he
nisorablo for fourteen years. At tin
iirst attack , therefore , it was adtninis
tcred to her with such good results *
that she continued its use until cured
and made so enthusiastic in its praise i
that she induced twenty-two cf the
best families in her circle to adopt i
as their regular family medicine. Tha
"stuff1 is Hop Bitters. [ Standard , t
Nooln News.
NIOLA , Iowa , May 20 , 1882.
To the Editor of the Gee. *
Our farmers in thia vicinity are
bettor pleased ever the crop prospects
than they wore a few wooka ago
although the weather has boon very
cool , aud spring aoomiugly backward
the corn that WRS planted early is not
materially injured , owing to the
dryness of the ground , and ainco it Th
has turned wnrniur , the recent rains ere
have made the cereals fairly shoot up."Ir
ffl
Corn planting ia through with , nnd fflV
most < of it up , with a splendid itntid , B.er
and the acreage thU year ia greatly in- and KOI
created. The wheat acreage has not t
bet
increased , but i about the same as ill
last year. Altogether the prospects fro
fora : heavy crop were never b tter ase mo
here than they are this year. yo'a
The prohibition amendment has ,
gained some favor in this locality ;
since the opening of the campaign ; prl
the whiskey organ , ( the Nonpareil , is
doing all in its power in opposition of
lempornnoo , and to defeat the amend
ment ,
That little game of honest ( ? ) John'u
call a congressional convention for
Juno 22 , ia heartily dinapprored by
the majority of voters in this vicinity ,
and the ihyatory trick of trying to
make it appear tluit the voice of the
people of the district demand this ear
convention ia severely denounced.
i'ho fact IB , the people don't propose
bo hoodwinked in a manner by a
couple of corrupt polittca1 tricksters.
Noola puts OH its dress of city gov
ernment with becoming grace. Al
though but one month has elapod
iinco its ollicora were elected , n good
of ordinances hare been adopted ,
the . grade for the strootb and uido-
rralkgia being established and a cooler
now : in course of construction.
THE BHK receives many compli
ments from its patrons hero for its
fearless manner of standing up for th
right ! without favor or partiality.
S. A. M.
Mr. John 13. Hyland , of Troy , N.
. , for the space of ton months suf
fered with rheumatism so badly that
could hardly raise hit arms.or los.
fried a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil and
relief was instantaneous.
NOTICE.
At a meeting cf the stockholders and directors
The , Wcittrn Horne and Cattle lusurance Coin-
nny held at tliv olllco ol thoccinranyln Omaha ,
Nebraska , on theOth day of May A D 1882 , til *
ollo liig stosklioldcrs and Directors ol eaij oirn-
lonyw ere pr < sent , viz
Henry 1'uridt , Max Meyer , Kdmuud Teycke , Ulc
truest I'cjcke , Jtudolph Dnru. lam
At fald mcutliif tliu following ; resolution was ud
riopted liya unanimous ol , > U ; HOI
ItesoUdl , Thatee ; ) on II. of the articles o ( ne
ncoiporatlon rfThe Wtitoni llormi and Cattle war
nnuriiico Company bo amended to read as lol- moi
, vlt : VII
II , Inenkjoct for which eald company shall ho
fornud elml be to Inturo horses and cattle etl
gainst the't , dialh by accident , slcknccs , Uro etlUr
Iliflitnln ; . lie
UU OLr' UOIIN , IIENHY I'UNDT , OL'
Kernlary. 1'rcHldent.
SrATK 0 ? NlCRAHKA , ind
. . . . "
- - . „ Ocunty. / lent
On this 16th ( lay ol May A. I ) . 183 ? , befor * Deny
l otarv I'ubHc Inand for raid county , per- ny
cnme th' bbo\o named Henry I'undt , , ODt
'rest lentmid , HuilolllornUecretary ) , of th Wei- enK
rn II or. mi J C.ltlo Insurance Co i'piny ' , hoare irlco
eruonally known to mu 10 be the Ideu Icul per-
onvulione namoiaro tlxedto th aboro Instru-
nentand they Kcverally acLnowIyl/cil tha In-
itrumcnt to be tlulr ttluntaiy tl ai d dcvd.
Homer Htull , ' ! Wltnrsi my hand and ofllcUI
LloiiglaiCoua- seal the dale aforesaid.
ty , Keb. , f IIOMKIt hTUI.L ,
toilal tea' . ) Notary 1'ublle. tale
Ui
. . IICi
, , Jnlm IHin'rr Co'inty ilerk In and for laid Ci
ounty aijil Maut , no hereby certify that the lit
ibovu and foeiolnz Is a full and complete copy In
iftbrameiuiil article of the V\c > tru Hone 0
Cattle lusuranco Company tiled May ] ,1tli en
, at 11,15 n'clocK a. in. a * appears from the a <
ecords ol oild county ,
WItnots ray hand Bid
Heal of tlo i and seal tills 16lh 0
ouuty ( 'ommlts loners ( day of May A , D , Ion Oc
Domrlai County Nebr j JollNBAUMKIl , nay
County Cleric. or
uilOil-levr iw Douglas County Nib. if ,
leu
' be
OEAIQ'SUIiy GREENHOUSE mal
nun
now open to the publlo with a full supply o !
Cut Flowers and Plants tali
for'Bale , Wo will be tflad to Bivo the public talif (
call aud io us ,
Qouquots or Any Floral Design Made U
to Order ,
ON THE BI10KTE3T NOTICE. 'IK
City Green Houw , 8.7. . Cor 17th and Web- :3rd :
, one block from ICth street cars. Nursery , till
street , oppoalte Foit , Jos. Y. t'ril Itht
Laudicatm Gardner. i'e err \
Cfiurru ,
ECZEMA ,
Old Soron ,
Pimples ,
BOILS ,
or nay
Skin
Diseas ,
s
jj
!
g
Ourca When Hot Spriugs Fail
„ , . MAVIM , ABK. , M r s. IS31
Wo hvro CMO In otir own town who lived at
lot Springs , nd wore llmlljuiroil with 8. 8. 8.
. MrO MON ft MUR'T.
. , . " . . ' " " " " .eomoto-ojus nun iv I.L.
CUUK YOUH Ott eharsa nothltu 11 Writs for
articular * and cop ? of little Book
o the Unfortunate Ntidorln"
SliOOl ) Rnwnttl will bu m io iij
hemlat who will llnd , on 100 bottle
I. 8. II. , one mrtlclonf Mercury Iodide Pct.w
liunorany Mineral niitmtimco.
Swire SIPECIKIO co. i-rop .
Atllxn14'-
Price of Small Hire. ? 1.00. -
Largo ftto (1,76 ,
Bold li ) KKNNAUU BltOS. A. CO
i > n rai' "
Tno Qroat .haglish
.Never . falls to cute
JNorrous Uoulllt } , VI.
Ibil r.iliruistlon , Kinls-
nil , Seminal VVenU-
Bncwen.LOSTMAN
11HOOD , and all the
j lit II vOccts of youth'
mill follies and ficcs-
jteii. It Btopa permit-
fluently all ttcakcnln ; .
Hiiiroluntary loss : s and
I trains upon the nys-
Item , thr Inevitable re-
„ , „ , * < ult ot these orilprao-
ticca , which arc so dcwtruoth o to mind and uody
an
?
ductlro Organs , It restores to all the organic
functions ; their former vigor and vitality , raa-
Mnp : life cheerful and enjoyable. Price , $3 a
bottle , or four times the quantity 810. Bent by
express , secure from ebsorvatlon. to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. C. O. D. tone , except
on receipt of tl aa a guarantee. Letter * re
questing answers nmst Inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintio'e Dandelion Pills
are tbs best and cheapest djspcpsla nnd billions
euro 1 1 the market. Bold by all druggists. Price
M cents.
MCu DR Hisnir'B Kiimrr RXUKDT , NnrB rico ,
Curcaill kind of Kidney and bladder comiilalnte.
roiiorrhea , Rloct and loucorrheo. For tale uy all
: tl a bottlo.
KNOLIS1I MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
71BOHve3t. , St. Louis , Mo.
For Bale In Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
JanSMv
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURfc.
The Most Ouccossful Remedy ever dlscov-
srod , aa It IB certain In Its effects and does not
lilistor. HEAD PllOOF liKLOW. Alto eiccllent
humanifloh.
PROM A. PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Washlnjrtcnvllle , Ohio , June 17. 1881. Us. K.
n.J. KENDALL , &Co. : dents Holding your ad-
rertlsoment In Turf , Field and Farm , of your
KondJl's Spavin Curo. a d having a valuable
srecdy horao which had been lame from
ravin for eighteen montln , I sent to you for n
xjttlo by express , which l > i fllx weeks removed
lamcneia and enlargement and a larffj splint
from : another horse , nnd both horses are to-atiy
sound aa coltu. The one bottle was worth to
one hundred dollars. Respectfully SS
'onra , IT , A. HIHITOI.IITT , M. I ) .
Send for Illuttrated circular giving poidtlvo
proof. l'rlcol. All Druvzl.ta hnvo It or tan
'ctltfor you. Dr. n.J. Kendall < i Co' , 1'ro-
iirletora , Enosbnriih Falls. Vt.
tiOLt ) BY ALL DRUGGIS FS.
d-\v-ly
TO-
We
ArranErod iby Harugarl Maou- CA
norcbor. and
wlil
Coir
C N L Y $90 , ( .fa
trul
In the Cabin for Round Trip.
Cfl
From .New York to Atnworp
Iitl
and Return , IitlC
* zrfea ln New York Juno 10 , 1R82 , on venl
henewani splendid Mall Uteainer Ilclgcn carr
land. upo
jtarKeturn tickets Rood on a year on any
iteamer of the Red Htar Llnu. PAL
Dim
/tarBallrood / Faro from Antwerp sun
to Parla , only $1.50. frai
Tickets , Prospectus and nil Informs-
Jon Onlyto bo had from M. & . R DUFtQ
HEIM , Booksellers , 404 Vine Street , Cln- wau
nnattl.O. necl
road
rho Cincinnati Hiirucrarl Maon- \V
uerclior. lllll plac
11
apl-tnfce-er at-4t Ore
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PILESI PILES ! PILES ! fort.Di
DiTI
Sure Cure Found at Last ! TI
No On N * d Hnffflrl olflcK. >
A Bare cure for Illliid , lllooJlnK , Itching and Vice
JlceratedPlloa has been discovered by Dr. WIN Uai
, ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr , Will am'i
udlau Ointment. A rlnxle box haa cured the
Orel chronic raacs of 25 or COycars ibiudlnic. No
need suffer five uluutoa alter npplylni ; this
ronilerf ul eoothln ; medicine. Lotion i , Inatru-
nonls and clectuarleu do more harm than good ,
Vllllain'fl Ointment abaarba the tumors , ollayt T
Intense Itchlnjf , ( pnrtlcuUily at nl bl after
ettlng warm In bed , ) ucU aa a poultice , pins In-
and nalnleon relief , and Uprepared only far
tin. Itclifng of the private putt , and ( or r.oih
else. Wi
Head what the Hon. J , If , Oofflnbetry ot Clere-
sayg about Dr. WlllUm'i ludlin Pile Olct- * . <
: I hare used scares of Plica cures , and It
ffordi mop eumro to say thatlbavenever found
nythlni ; which garo mien Immediate and pcma
relief u Dr. William's fndtau Ointment : TO i
For : aals by all drugvUto or milled on receipt
, 11.00. and
11.00.UStTOV & CO. , Prop'w , Di , (
CtlVtUtlD , OU10 , Wes
For tale by 0 , > ' Gocdman. Plat
Isni
run
1lH
of Nebraska , DOUKU ! County M ; Bleu
a County Court , held at the County Court Ti
lloom , In and for nald County , May Mh ell I
. I ) , im. IVincnt , A , il. CHAPWlt'tt , cty :
County Judjre. Uiu
thu matter of thoestttsof Frances II. Knjle- and
borr , tlccaeed.
On reading and'flllnx the | > etltlonof Max Meyer ,
creditor of mlleitatoaud mort ayee of a mart *
e given by * ald dccenod , praln that llcjor K
loldiiulth may ba appolntel aduilnUtrator of you
cst'Ao , tha
Ordered , That May SOth , A. D , 1662 , at Thr
o'clock a , in. , Is luwljrncd for hearing naldpotl' ThrK
, hen all persons Interested In said mattei K
appear at a County Court to bo held , la aud City
mild County , and show cause why the prayer i.
petitioner should not bo granted , and that no-
of pendency of said petition aud the bearing
hereof , be fit en to all persons Interested In said
natter , by publishing a copy of this orderln Tin
* ItAibr Ur.K , a ne i > paiier printed lu laid
ounty , for three auccv lvejnutki , prior to
aladayef hoarliif ,
A trim copy. ) A. M. CHADWICK ,
every Hit 8t . County Judye , El [
TO OONTJiAUXOUS.
B1J for the rectl ( of a NormalCoilcfe ( ICOx
t0iour stories hllj ) In the city of Blmnaiidom ,
* county , Iowa , lll lie received until the
day of May. at oiKcu of ) , K. Wilson , Prlri- Ro
Ipal.in Iluilinell. Illi. Plans and specifications RoA
be found In Hheiuiidoah National Bank. Tut An
to accept or reject any Mid all bids Is re- hou
< d. inlO d-Bt Op.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
HOTSLS. PROPRIETORS TQWNf '
ARLINQTON. J. a MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Nebt
8ARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIUS. Mil ford , Neb. ' ]
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAH ,
fitromiburg Ne
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvlllo l. .
CITY HOTEL , OHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb , n
COMMERCIAL HOTE _ J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb.
ORANn CENTRAL E.ISEYMOUR , N brn ka Oily , h b
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP. WeaplngW l rNo
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. C. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W.MAYFIELD , Qroanwood , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOU3C , E. STOREY. Clnrlnda , IOWA
ENO'8 HOTEL , C. L. ENO , Eromont , Nob.
EXOHANQE HOTEL , O. D , HACKNEY , Aihland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atkinson , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. U GRUnB , QuIdoRocd , Nab ,
OUMMIT HOUSE , 8WAN & BECKER , Cretton , la ,
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH , Ex Ira , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQE83 , NeolA , In
OITY HOTEL , DI A , WILLIAMS , Harlnn , In ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINGS , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.'L. AVERY , Btonlon ,
MERCHANTS-HOTEL J , W. DOULWARE , BurllnRton Junction , M J
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Dlanclmrd , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandooh , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLB , Doyld City. N.b
DAQNELL HOUSE , CHA8. DAGNELL , Col lego Spring * , I * .
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllsco , la.
JUDKINSHOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvem , ) ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F. STEARNS , Odebolt. to
WOODS HOUSE. JOHN EOKERT , Osoeolo , Nob.
DOUOLA3 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olnrka , Nob.
DEDFORD HOUSE J. T. GDEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. DLAOK& GON. Mnrysvllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINSLOW HOUSE Q. MoDARTY , Seward , Nb ,
AURORA HOUSE M , D. JONES , Auroar.Neto.
CROZIER HOUSE O. R , OROZIER , Sidney , Net } .
AVOCA EATING HOUSE D. W. ROOKHOLD. Avooa la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOCK WOOD & SHATTUOK , Red Oak.
JELM MOUNTAIN
AND
SI IE IR ,
Mining and Milling Company.
Working ; Capital ! - ssoo.ooo.
Capital BiocV , 81,000,000
Car Value of Hharo ) , t- 125,009.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BBAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. TIIOilAB , President , Cummtnti , Wyoming ,
WM. K. TILTON , Vlco.Preslden , Oummlng , Wyoming
E. N. IIARWOOD , Socrctury , Cummins , Wyoming ,
A. O. LUNN , Travrarrr , Cummins , TTyomln
. J. I. Thomas. I-ouIs lllllor W. B. Ilramel. A. O , Dnnn.
. N. : Ilorirood. Francis Ltnvonf. Qoo. It. Folos. L wla Zolman.
Dr. J. C. Walking.
OKO. W. RRNDALIi. Authorlied Airnnt for Rale nf RtoeV : IV"-
!
ait lr bc'.nthe meet rllroct , iiulo"ooJ , an
tat line connecting the erent llotro\xll3. 0111
IOO , aal the RJJIIUUI , Noarii-KASTiiuf , ( ) I
d SOUTTI-HAHf wi LINK , which torrnlnatcthcro
Sh KAKIUS Car , L uvr-HWOPTit , A'raiiifax
uvcii. rLrn-s nnd OUAHA , the CouuEU'U !
iTK2S from which radiate
EVERY LINE OK HCDAD
t penetrate tha Continent from th Ulttctti
rr to the PiKlHo "lopn , Tim
HIOAGO ItOO/f. / INLAND A I'A
OHIO RAILWAY
the only line from Chicago owning lr c lu
uius , or which , by Ihi own roxj , ruachoi th
Inta above named. No IZA OIIOM nr CiKatlui
uiiamit ooxNrcriONB I No ImdiHln In 111
ntllalxsd or unclean cars , as every piijanger
rrlod lu roomy , clean and ventll led coachst
ion Vut Kipross Tnlns
DAT CAM of unrivaled inaRHlflcenee , PoLiMin
LICB HLHia-mo OAM , and ourovrnworld-faaoni
Nina OAU , upon which meals are Borred of un
rpaiued cxcellonco , at the low rate of Uiyut
its CKHTB IAOII , ivlth ompl tlmo for bualthfu
loyntent.
llirough Can between Chlcajo , Peoiii ,
ukoo and Ithinourl Illver Points : and cloo eaa
ctloru at all polnta of Intersection with othci
We'tlcket ( da not foreet this ) dlrtctly to eveiv
tee of Importance In Kansas. Kobraaka , Illa * >
, Vf/omlns , Utah , Idaho , Kovoda , Callforc.4 ,
ogoa , Wuhtngton Torrltory , Colorado , ArUoo
New Mexico.
&oll benl arnnRements reeardlng ba raxo M
other line , and ratoa of tore always aM ovf ai
lupctltors , uhu furnish but a tltho a IBe cam <
t.
t.Boga anil tackle of sportemen free.
tickets , man ) and faldcru at all f.rlncljia
Ices lu tbn United Staten anil Canada.
l. II. CAULK , E. BT. JOHN ,
e 1'rcb't & Oon , Oen. Tkt andPasj'rAg
anarer. Chicken
ionx City & JPaoiflc
SID SIOUX OITY ROUTB
Huns a ilolld Train Ihroujh from
OouncU Blufla to St. Paul
Vlthout Change Time , Only 17 Hours
it w
MILES IIIE BIIOKTZST KOUl'U
r on
OOUNOIL BLUFFS
BT. PAUL , laWNKAPOLIB
DULUTD OH UJBUARCK
all palnta In Northern Iowa. UlnnoaoU and
ota. This Hue li enulppod with the Improved
tstlnxhoma Automatlo Alr-hrake aud Ullle
klf'jrui Coupler and iiuflcr : and for
BPKKI * . BAKETY AND COMFORT
nnsurpa icd. Pullman Palace blecplntf Car
nthroUKh vnTJIOUrOIIANOB betwocu Kan
tUityacd Bt Paul , via Council Illufll and
i'ralns leave Union Piclflo Transfer at Oouu-
llluils , at 7S5 : p. w. dally on arrival of lans i
fit JM ( i > h m.d Council Illulti trilu from
iouth. Arriving at Bloux City 11:35 p. lu. .
at the Mciv Union Depot at St. Paul at lSj :
IW ADYANOB OF
ItOUTK.I
tg'Remcuiber In taking the Sioux City Iloatt
pit a Through Train. The Shortcut Llnp ,
Oulckust'llme and a Comfortable Hide la the
irousrh Car * between
COUNCIL BLUKKH AND ST. PAUIX
KTSoo that your Tickets read via tha "filoui
and Pacific Ilallroad "
B. WA1TLK3 , J. R. BUOH AH AM
UuperlHteudont. Qen'l Vo.it. Agaut.
P. K. HOIilNBON , Aw't aou'l Pasa. Af't. ,
Missouri Valley. JeW
W , B. DAYIU , EoulhwwitornAifoiit ,
Couuil lllufl * Iowa
UROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner fourth and I-ocuit Streets.
J.H , HURST , - - Prop.
oems , 75o , $1 , nnd $1,50 Pnr Day.
eleeant Rmttutani IVooniioctod with thl
ivue where m al art s rrdatroaooabl prlo s
n day and nljht , u-lOut
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE ,
DETROIT , HIAGAEA FALLS ,
NEW YORK , BOSTON ,
And all Poluts East and South-Eait
fclBLINKCOMPIUSKS
Nearly 4,000 miles , bolld Smooth Steel Tracks
All connections are maJo lu UNION DbPOTS ,
It h a a NatlonM Kenntatlon aa bclni ; tha
Qreat ThrouQh Car Line , and Is universally
lonceded to liu the FINEST EQUIPPED Half.
road In tha world far all classes of travel.
Try It and you will flnd traveling a Iniury
Instead of a discomfort.
Throujth Tickets via rhls Celebrated Line for
Bale at ail nttlccs In the West.
All Information about Hates of fare , Bleeping
Oar icocmmo Jitloiu , Tlmo Tablet , Ac. , will be
cheerfully given by appylun ! ! { to
T , J. POTTER ,
2J Vloe-frod't & Qen. ManaerCblcago.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Qen , Pasao cr Agt. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVENPOIIT ,
Uon Agent , Conncll Bludi.
II. P. UUKLL , Ticket Ajct.'omaha
inorn-ed ly
mm SHORTJ.INE. 1880.
KANSAS OITY
,
3t , Joe & Council Bluffs I *
U TUI OtILT
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
ANDTHKKAST
BVom Omaha and the Wect * .
; All train's learo II. & U. Depot , Omaha : Neb.
No change ol cars between Omaha and DI.
aud bat one between OMAIIA and
NKW YOHK.
.
Daily PassengerTratns
uaicmsa ALL
EAUTKRN AND WB3TEUN CITIKS with Lfr
( jaAllUK3 and IN ADVANCU Of VLL
OTHKK LINKS
Tbl entlrs lln * li pqutp > Md with nltmtri'i
fkU.u Uuaplug Cm , PaiMJC jy CoiJ.ei , Mhlui's
[ iafctv I'latlorin and Coufiler , and U > o c ieb > > Ud
W cotlnK'boiiN ) Alr-bnko.
SSrUoo that your ticket reads VIA nANSAS
017 % hT. JOSEPH & COUNCIL UlVt'rS Kail
totd , via St. Joioph And at , LoulB.
Tick o Is for wio at all coupon illations la the
Wont. . J. F , UAUNAHD ,
0. DA YVES , den. Bupt. , Bt Joseph , Ufa
A1 Oca , Pans , aud Ticket Age. , Bt. Jo qui , Uo ,
I&BDT IlORtKit , Ticket Agsnt ,
1020 Farnham oircet.
W.'J.DiVKSrour , Ooneril Anent ,
OllATrA. NH
FAST TIMBi
In going East tt&e the
llMoago&HorlihwBSt-
Trains IO&TO Omaha 3:10 : p. m. and T:40 : a. m.
. Hull InToraatlon call call. V. DUE'- Ticket
Agent , 14th aud Ptfohaai SU. J. BELL , U. P.
Depot , or at JAilUS T. GLAKK , Gener-
, Omah * .