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mil ) DAILY BEB-FRIUAY 7
OOTJ3STOIL ZBLTJIFIFS , lO'W-A. .
PALACE MUSIC HALL !
Headquarters for the justly Celebrated WEBER PIANOS , now approved and used by afl first class Artists. WESTERN
COTTAGE AND BURDETTE ORGANS. Importer and dealer in MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION , such as Violins
Guitars , Accordeons , Music Boxes , Italian Strings , Etc. , , Etc. Also a full line of
IMITTSIO IBOOIKISUVLTJSIO ZBIZNTIDIEIRS .AJfcTID SIHIIEET ZMZTTSIO
Fancy Goods , Ghildrens' Carriages , Velocipedes , Bycicles , Carts and Wagons. To make room for new stock
will sell at
atXTRA LOW FIGURES FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS.
Good Organs at $50 and upward. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash and on Monthly Payments , Orders solicited
k Address , J. MUELLER , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
La'eat style * from the o r , in Lanatry Waves and Reveraiblo Liugtry
Frizzes at MRS. .T. J GOOD'S , 2 ! ) Mtln atreet , oppnuto post tftieo.
WIHTHERLICH BROS. ,
Are now ready to contract for email castings ot
every description In
MALLEABLE IRON ,
GRAY IRON ,
And any ALLOY OF BRASS.
Special attention Is called to the fict that the
metals are mo ted In CHUCIBLKS which ghcstbo
very beat castings ,
DISTILLERS , BREWERS , PACKERS -
ERS , CIGAR and TOBACCO
FACTORIES , Etc. , Etc. ,
As well an
AKE Nl'OELY EXECUTED.
Works : Corner Sixth atreet and Elc\enth aveuue ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
W. R. VAUGHAN :
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Omaha and Council Blufis
Real Estate & Collection Agency.
n Odd Fellow a block , over Savings'
A Bkln of Beauty U a Joy Forever.
DR. T FELIX GOURAtJD'B
Oriental Cream or Magical Bean-
es Tan , Pimples ,
/tectlon. / It
the test of
Is so harm-
taste It to
be sure the
tIon la pro
of similar name. The distinguished Dr. L. A.
Bayre , said to a lady of the IUUT ON ( a patient ) :
"As you ladles will use them , I recommend
'O uraud's Cream' as the least harmful of all the
Skin preparations. " One bottle will list six
months , using It every day. Also Foudro Jub-
tile removes superfluous hair without Injury to
Mm. M. B. T. OOURAUD.So'.o prop. , 43 Bond
fif u v
For s > Io by all Druggists and Fancy Goods
Dealers throughout the United States , Canada
T Beware of base Imitations. $1,000 reward
( or arrest and proof ot any one selling the same.
j 14-weow me 2t ew6m
Are acknowledgedto be the
best by all who have put then
to a practical test.
HARD & SOFT GOAL
COKE OR WOOD.
Buck's Stove Co.
PIERCY & 'BIIADFORD '
BOLE AGENTS FOIl OMAHA.
Complaining and growling will nov (
euro rheumatism , but St. Jacobs 0
JOB * KTiSM * MOHS SJHiMr
Pmldeai. Vice Prei'l.
T7. 8. Dmnis , QIC , anilTreu.
Lincoln , Nob.
Corn Planters Hrrrowa.Farm Belle
Utility Hay Rakes , BncKet Blevatli
Windmills , &o.
We art prepared to do Job work and maool
tartnc tot other parties.
AddrtMal ord n
ojlhe KEBKAIKA HANUFAOTUaiNa C
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
CHICAGO , BOCK ISLAND AND FACTnO
Atlantic kxt..B20pm I Pacific Kxt..9lSam :
Ex and Mall * . .925 am Ex and Mall * . . 6:55 : p m
D. Moincs ac.7lB : a in | DCS Molnesac.4:10 p m
CHICAGO , BUHUNQTON AND QCINC1.
Atlantic Exf. . .630 p m I Paclflc Ext. . . .9:20 : a m
Mall and Ex * . .9 0 a m Hall and Ex" . . 7:00 p m
N. Y. Ex . 4:00 : p m | Neb & Has Ex. . 8:20 : a m
CHICAGO AND NOttTIIWBSIERN.
Depart. / Arrive.
Atlantic Exf. . .6:15 : p in I P&clflo Ext . . . .9:15 : a m
Moll and Ex * . .9:20 : a m Mali and Ex * . .6:15 : p m
Accom ( Sat ) . .5:50 : p m | Accora. ( Mon..l:45 : p m
KAN8AS CITT , ST. JOB AND COU.NCIL BLDrTS.
Mall and Ex..9JVi a m I Express . G.SO p m
union ? Anno.
Ovarian ! Ex.1130 a. m. . .4-00 p.m.
Lincoln Ex..1130 a. m , Bearer Ex. . . .8-00 a. m ,
Denver Ex..7:00p. m. Local Ex..6:30 a. m.
Local Ex 7:25 : a. m. " Ex 9:05 a. m.
Emigrant..520p. m. Ex P.-OOa.m.
WABAHU , 8r. LOUIS AND PACIflC.
Mall and Ex. . 9:45 : a m I Mall and Ex. . 430 p m
Cannon Ball. . 4:50 : p m | Cannon Ball..11:05 a m
SIOUX CI1T-AND PACIFIC.
For Sioux Clty.7:55ftm : Frm Sioux C'y.6'JSO p m
For FortKlobrara. Frm Fort Nlobrara ,
Neb 7:55am Neb * 6:50pm :
For St. Taul.,7:40 : p m From St. Paul..8 0 a m
CHICAGO , HILWAUKBS AND ST. PAUL.
Leave Council Bluffs. Arrlv cs Council Bluffs.
Mall and Ex.920 a m I Mall and Ex.6:55 : pm
Atlantic Ex. . 15:16pm : | Atlantic Ex..19:10a : m
CUICAOO , MILWAUKKB AND ST. PAUL.
Leaves Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
Mall and Ex.7:15 : am 1 Pacific Ex | 9:45am :
Atlantic Ex.3:40pmMaUand | : | Ex.7-25pm
"Except Sundays , iExcept Saturdays. tExccpt
Mondajs. I Dally.
Council Blufis & Omaha Street B. R.
Leave Council Uluffa. Leave Omaha.
8 a m , 9 a m , 10 a m , I 8 ft m , 9 a m , 10 a m ,
llam.lm , 2 p m , 3 p Jlam , ipm , 2pm,3p
m , 4 p m , 6 p m , 6 p m. | m , 4 p m , 6 p m , G p m.
Street cars run half hourly to the Union Paclflc
Depot. On Sunday the can begin their trips at
9 o clock a. m. , and run regularly during the day
at 9,11 , 2 4 , 6 and 6 o'clock , and run to city time ;
Milwaukee & St. Paul
Is now running Its FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
OMAHA AND COUNCIL 'BLUFFS '
Pullman's Mapiflcent Sleepers
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
CHICAGO' MILWAUKEE ,
Or to anv point beyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAUL OR MINHEAPOLIB
Take the BEST ROUTE , the
Chicago , HilwaukeeftSkPaTilB' ;
Ticket office located at corner Faroam am
Fourteenth street * and at U. P. Depot and a
Mlllard Hotel , Omaha.
CTSee Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Arent.
0. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
B. B. MERRILL , A. V. H. CARPENTER ,
General Manager. General Pass. Agent
J. T. CLARK , GEO. H. HEATKORD ,
General Sup't. Asa't G p "us. Agm
Iron and Slate Koofing ,
er 0 SPE011T , Proprietor.
1111 Douglas St. - Omaha , Hot
MANUFACTURER OF GALVANIZED
DORMER WINDOWS , FINIALS
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
0 Bpecht'a Patent Metallic Skylight Paten
Adjusted Hatchet Bar and Bracket
Bhelvlnir. I am the eenoral ORent
for the above line of goods.
IRON FENCING ,
3ra Crestlngs. Balustrades. Verandas , Ir
ng Bank Kalllngs , Window Blinds , Gel-
lar Guards ; also
Ut GENERAL AGENT FOR
PEER80N & HILL PATENT I ]
00\ \ SIDE BLIND.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
The following titled OAHFs were die-
poaod of us uotud by the anpromo
oourt ycatordii } :
llorno L'ghtniug Rod Oo. VB.
Npff Motion to sot a&ido Hociaton ;
Arthur va Oadwoll Motion to
afflim was overrnlod and the oaaao
( larlbart TH. Oadwoll Motion to
ailirin was ovorrukd and cauBO con
Palmer vs. Fry Motion to aflhm
waa enstalued ; parties wpro oft to pur-
auo their remudy on Injunction bond
an tliuy may bo advised.
West va. Fountain Motion to
nflirin was overruled ; the appeal not
belnR taken to the propot term ; the
cause does not properly belong horo.
Davis TB. Barnett Motion to
strike out amended abstract waa ovor-
Bailey TB. Anderson ; motion to af
firm judgment waa overruled.
Olino TB. Phlpp ; motion to affirm
judgment waa Buatalnod. li M
Woodruff TB. 0. B & Q. road ; mo
tion to affirm judgment waa sustained.
Walsh va. Griffith ; motion to affirm
judgment waa overruled and cauao
continued to the Des Molnea term.
The Burlington Wheel Oo. VB. J. R.
Burnham ; appeal from the Dsa
Moluea district court ; judgment af
firmed ; opinion delivered by Bock , J.
M. Kollohorvs. the city of Kookuk ;
appeal from Lee ; judgment affirmed ;
opinion by Back , J.
Rels & Oo , , TB. McOonnoll ; appeal
from Des Molnes district court ; judg
ment affirmed ; opinion by Rotherlck ,
State va. Hontchlns ; appeal from
Webster district court ; judgment reversed
versed ; opinion by Rotherlck , J.
Lunoyand & Scott vs. Mead ; appeal
from Sao district court ; judgment af
firmed ; opinion by Rotherick , J.
State of Iowa vs. Bnlkley ; appeal
from Btony'dlstrlct court ; judgment
affirmed : opinion by Sievera , J.
RFronch , administrator vs. Trustees
of Griawold college ; appeal from
Scott D.'O. judgment reversed , opin
ion delivered by Sloven , j.
Wood TB. 0. R I. & P. Ry. ; appeal
from Wappello D. 0. ; judgment affirm
ed , opinion delivered by Adams j.
State of Iowa VB. Hnbbard ; appeal
from Oorro Gordo , D. 0. , judgment
reversed , opinion delivered by
Adams , j.
Inman VB. 0. M & St. P. Ry. ; ap
peal from Lyon , D. 0 ; judgment af
firmed ; opinion delivered by Day , ] .
The following named gentlemen
were appointed as examiners of cer
tain members of the law class : Jas.
A. Edwards , W. F. Oonklln , Jno. W.
Slater , W. J. Haddock , Robert W.
COUNCIL BLUrrs MARKET.
Corrected dally by J. Y. .Fuller , mer
chandise broker , buyer and shipper ot
grain and provisions , 39 Pearl street.
WHEAT -No. 2 spring , 76o ; No. 3,63
rejected 50c ; coed demand.
CORN Dealers paying S8c ; rejected
com Chicago , 45s ; now mixed , 62c ; white
corn , 880. The receipts of corn are light
OATS Scarce and in good demand ; 35.
HAT 4 00@6 00 per ton.
BYB 40c ; light supply.
Co EN MSAL 1 25per 100 ponnda.
WOOD Good supply } prices at yards
5 00@6 00.
COAL Delivered , hard , 1100 per ton
soft , 5 60 per ton.
BCTTKB Plenty and In fair demand
25cj creamery , 80o.
Eaoa Beady sala and pltnty at UJi
LABD Fairbank's. wholesaling at 18o
POUUTBT Firm ; dealerspaylng 13o pei
pound for turkeys and lOo for chickens.
VKQETABLKB Potatoes , 45o ; onions , 60c
cabbages , 80@40o per dozen ; apples , 2 fl
@ 3 60 per barrel.
City flour from 1 GO to 3 40.
BBOOMB 2 00@3 00 per dozen.
OATTLK 3 003 50 ; calves 6 00@7 60.
Hoots Market for hogs quiet , an th
packing houses are closing ; shippers ar
pn\iog 5 50 to C 60.
Trie grain deileru ATI paying [ rood price
for corn. Farmers can get from 37 Co 38
now and farmers will -do well to talc
advantage of these prices.
The denleri continue to pay these pricei
notwitlmtuudluK a marked decline at n
the other puluU ,
Freak of aManac. !
A New York nnd Jersey Ofty forr
boat while tied up ut the wharf , wit
the pilot , engineer Rod crow usluur
waa Biiddunly found to ba la motior
The pilot M\d \ onftiuoer raahod dow
to the unglno room. There , with h !
hand upon the Iwvor , stood a youn
at , man barehondod and barefooted , in
shirt and pair of trousora. "Whi
are you dolnt ; ? ' Bald the pilot ' "
know what I am doing. I am worl
roa ing thu ferryboat , " said the atrangi ;
angrily as ho clang to the lever. TH
deck hands by this time rushed fo
ward to lelce the man. He struggle
fiercely , The boat had moved near !
oat of the Blip , bat the Kidkli
beam had got caught on its center ,
and the whoolA were motionless.
"You'll have to help us , " Bald the
dock bands , "wo can't handle this
man alone. " The pilot nnd engineer
jauuht hold , bat with the strength of
a * ild beast ho toro from thorn , and ,
uprlnpliig through the door , ran to the
end of the ferryboat and sprang into
the river. After a few seconds the
man rose to the surface nnd two mon
ran for n boat and rowed out in the
wake of the avrlmmor. At last ho
allowed them to lift him into
the boat , remarking , "I suppose
I must go. " The man waa John
A. McGrady , a watohman in the
Central railroad gas house. McGrady's
brother , also a watchman at the gas
works , came to relieve him Ho found
the light burning in the watchman's
room , nnd a note from his brother aa
olio we : "Joe : Don't como into this
as house. If you do , yon will got
lown up. " MoQrady mast have had
unsnnl cunning , for ho unfastened
10 chains , removed the hawser , and
; artod np the engine aa well as the
moat experienced man could have
ono it , though ho had never handled
n engine boforo. Ho said ho was Im-
oiled by the devil to run the boat.
1ho ferrymen attributed hla , insanity
0 his having inhaled illuminating gas
t the works.
LIFEIN TENNESSEE ; .
L Sample Colonel ana His Righteous
Not long alnoo a drummer , who was
otalned for a few days in the town of
jabanon , Tonn. , gave us an account
jf how ho amused himself while ho
was there. The look of his grip sack
needed repairs , and ho took it to a
runamlth to have It repaired. The
Irummer was sitting behind the conn
or , when a hading cltizjn entered
with a gun , which ho threw down on
the counter with great Indignation.
"What do you moan by giving mo
his kind a gun when I go out for a
ittle shooting ? " demanded the loading
"Why , colonel , that gun is the new
est patent breech-loader , " replied the
"Then yon powder Is no account. "
"Colonel , I loaded that gun myself ,
and I put In the best powder In the
"Woll , all I know I had to shoot
twice at Major MoPelter before ho
keeled ovor. That's the only tlmo
I've failed tc bring down my man with
the first barrel. I killed , my brother-
in-law , Judge Smith , and his nephew ,
Sam Randle , at ono shot at seventy-
five yards , and neither of 'em kicked ,
nnd only three days ago I dropped a
book agent in his tracks. There must
be something wrong about that gnn.
1 fool the disgrace keenly of having to
shoot twice at ono man.
"I don't understand It , " replied the
gun maker , meditatively , as ho. ex
amined the weapon. "It is the same
gun Bob White plugged the city mar
shal with last week , and Bob is not
much of a shot. Ho hadn't shot a
man for six weeks before that , and
was out of practice , but ho fetched
hla man all the same. "
; "I don't think yon put In enough
powder. When I go to the inquest
which will be In half an 'hour/ said
, the colonel , looking at hla watch , "I'll
count the bullet holes in the major' )
body , I am snro I hit him the firs
shot , bat I think there wasn't powdoi
, enough In the gnn to drive the bnlleti
through nil bed * " .
; "I wish yon would count the ballot
; boles , because , yon see , Colonel , yoi
are known aa a good ihot , and it wll
look like a reflection on mo and m ]
gnnn. It ta well calculated to Injun
me with my customers , who are thi
best people in the town. I tell yoi
what I wish you would do , colonel. 1
wish you would give this gun anotho
The colonel robbed his chin am
"I would like to do It for my owl
satisfaction , but I can't remembo
just now of anybidy having insulto
me latnly. I haven't got n living mate
to shoot. Major McPolter was th
last rouu upon the list. I wish somebody
body would dispute my word. Pei
Imps you fool touched by somotujng
may have said. "
"Oh , no , colonel , you nro rl h
abont the gan , " responded the gat
"I thought perhaps yon had fonn
thP. something personal In ray remark
P. abont the gun. "
, "Not a bit of it. "
ru "Thon perhaps yea have some oui
tin my who has boon exasperating yoi
If so , " said the colonel , putting a oar
a rldgo In the gun , "I will try the go
at before I go to the inquont. "
"Ik The gunsmith pondered over tl
kor proposition and finally said :
or "I wish I hadn't shot my rival gui
ifO smith over the way day before yea to
ir- day Ho would have come In hand
irod now if he hadn't died , poor fellov
rly just when be did. I might Insult Bl
Tompklni and ihoot him , bat he ge >
his ] ammunition here , and always pays
fir it , ao It don't look qnlto right to
shoot him oil-hand. "
The two men were very much
puzzled how to find a victim. They
suiigcatod several names , but there
seemed to bo some good reason why
each and every one of them ahould not
bo sacrificed ,
S ( All at once the drummer saw th
gunsmith wink at the colonel , and
point with hla thumb behind the conn-
tor in hla direction. Before the colon
el could catch on , the terrified drum
mer slid out through the sldodoorand [ [
made good his escape. '
This la the story the drummer told
us , and , from which wo road In Ton-
neaooo papers about shooting scrapoB ,
wo believe every word of It. If our
correspondent la spared to como to
Texas , his lito will bo safer than it has
) eon for a long time.
DIED IN HYDROPHOBIA.
A Little Boy Succumbs to the KlToota
ot a Bite Inflicted Nearly
Three Years Ago ,
Now York Herald.
Frederick Berger , 8 years , 11
months and 13 days old , died at 4
o'clock on Sunday afternoon at his
home , No 743 E'ovontb ' avenue. Dr.
J. L. Turner , of No. 233 West Forty-
eight street , yesterday filed n cortificao
with the health authorities stating
that the lad'p ' death was duo to hydro
phobia. The certificate was accom
panied by a letter written by the
physician , furnishing some further
particulars concerning the case. The
health officials were anxious that
post mortem examination should bo
made on the dead boy's body
but when Dr. Turner said
there was not the sllgheav
doubt that death waa duo to the dls-
ease given , and , aa the lad'a parents
opposed the mutilation of the remains ,
a permit was Issned for the Interment
of the body to-day In the Lutheran
cemetery. John Berger , a wood
turner , with hla wife and four chil
dren , has for some months past rented
apartmonta on the third floor of the
frame house No. 743 Eleventh avenue.
Frederick , a bright and intelligent
lad , was the oldest of the children.
On Toes lay of last week he complained
of feeling ill. Hia mother , thinking
that ho waa only Buffering from a cold ,
applied homo remedies , but without
effect. As he continued to grow
worse , on Friday afternoon Dr. Tur
ner was called In. Upon making an
examination the physician beoamooon-
vlnced that Frederick was snfl'jrlng
from aomo unusual and dangerous
dlaoaas. There waa a perceptible
tremulousness o ! all the muscles , but
not such as Is seen in cases of totanna
or spotted fever. The boy was then
in a high state of nervousness and
By Saturday morning fever developed
oped , and the temperature increased
until it reached 101 degrees. With
the fever came a spasmodic action ol
the larayx and a slight contraction ol
the mnaoloa of the neck and a drynoai
and constriction In the throat. Also
an excessive thirst , but an avorslor.
for and a horror at the sight of fluids '
Dr. Turner waa then able to make i
, conclusive diagnosis , Ho was con
vlnced by these symptoms that thi
boy was suffering from hydrophobia ;
All the known remedies were reaortot
! to , bat notwithstanding all efforts thi
disease developed and con '
Tulslons ensued. The sigh
of water or any liquid medicine
cine throw the sufferer into a state o
great nervous irritability. There wa
also noticed frothing at the month
and an occasional grinding of thi
teeth , The temperature continued
to Increase , and on Saturday night I
reached the highest point 100 de
grees. Little Frederioh was by thi
: time greatly exhausted , and the pby
slclan waa then convinced that in
few houra the straggle would be over
Althoagh the boy apoaredtly sufferei
n no acute pains , ho rapidly wastoi >
or away , and at 4 o'clock on Sunda
10 IUTTEN NKAHLY THUEE VEAIIS AOO
10o The parents for a time could no
T- remember that their son had boo
TI bitten by n rnbld nuintal , but who
more closely questioned they roou' '
lit looted that two years and nln
ra months ago , while the family wor
raid living at Newark , N J. , Frederic !
id while playing with a pot upltz dog
ke waabltlenon the hund. The nnlmi
was oick at the time , and utter lacer
nting the chlld'o hand won killed. 4
common llnuo plaster wau applied t
u. the wound , which healed in a fo
rtan u.rt days , nnd aa the boy never coraplalno
an of the lo j city , U was never thought <
after until hla death. The hoalt
ho physicians were surprised that tli
pofaonona saliva from the dog a toot
ahould have lurked In the boy'a systo > :
jr- for such a long time.
Wo OLD not be wlthoutlleddlng1 * RUM
Halve , the verdict ofall who osa I
U Price 35o ,
Childhood , Manhood , and Hoary ( jo Ex
claim in untion , "Behold the Conqueror. "
During a bilef visit to the ancient town ol V ar-
wick , H I. , roccntk , our agent extended h ! >
trip to the southeastern extremity of the town ,
to look about among the wonderful Imf roro-
monts which ho been mnJo In the appearance
of Warwick Ntckdmhg a comparative y hilsl
poilod , anil while oomcrtlng o ithla'inbjoct with
Col. Bcnjunln S. Hazard , tbo papu.ar proprietor
ot the Warwick Nock Hotel , ho lei nod that the
greater fait of the h nrtsomo residences had
been crcc'cd Insldoof adoion yoanand ; hoilao
learned that Col. Uazard'had been a gr'at suf
( orer fiom a chronic disease of the Kiilnoy and
Dladder cnerflltocn years , the most paintJl form
of It being a atoppiRo or rotcntbn of the uitno ,
which WM S3 t cry sevcro at times as to dUablo
him 'rom hli accusomed work , and o\en cobflne
him to the boJ , when a surgco ' aulitanco
wontd bo roqulrtd to rollno him. Ho wai being
JocUiroJ alar opirt of the tliro , but could got
no permanent relief. At times hla Bufferings were
terr.blofrom iharp , cutting palus thrrughtho
Ktdnojsand Bladder ; nnd ho hid tufforotl so
long and S3 lomoly thit ho hod become dls
courigid of getting well again , oipoilally as the
doctor stated that It was doubtful If a nun of his
age , with luch a complicated ( Msoasool long
sUndlnir , oould be cured. But last Bummer.whcn
he waa suffering lutomcly fnm ono of thoao at-
tacki : a gontlonun who waa boirdlng at hla ho
tel , urged and porsuad'd htm to trj a bottle of
Hunt's Ktmoily , is he had known ol-uoms won
derful euros effetto i by It
Ur. Hazard says bo had no filth In It , but con
sented rolucUntly to try It ; and after taking It
only two d j8 , the Intense pains and aches had
disappeared , and ha commcncoi to gain strength
rapidlyand Inlesathinaweek waa attending to
bin accuitomoil work , and haincvcr hod a nturo
of the pains. Mr. Haxnrd lao\cr sovcnty years
of ago , and on the 25th of Nov. 1832 , whin our
ajent mot him , although It wai a very cold and
blustorinit dayhowa < in hli Oil I with his team
at work pul'lng ' and loading turnip * , ca hale and
hearty a man as jou could wlib , whereat last
Aujuat he waa unable to stand up to cncrsoo th
work then going on In this same Ootd.
Hunt's ItcaioJy had > lvcn him health and
and strength again , and ho recommends It ta his
relatl\esandfrlends , o\eral oj whom are now
taking It , on ho conildors It a most excellent
mcdlclno for all dlaaascs ol the Kidney and Wai-
dor.CANDY Seed tl , * ' , $3 , or ts
CANDY for a simple retail box
by Express , of I ho best
C n-'los In America , put
up In olcgint boxes , and
strict y puro. Suitable
( or presents. Express
charges light. Refers to
all Chlcigo Try It onoo.
a GUVTHEK ,
CANDY Confectioner Chicago ,
BTABLISUKI ) 1868.
, I1DK BPHINO ATTAOHMKNT-NOT PAIENI
A. J. SIMPSON.
; . . .
i CARRIAGE FACTORY
H09 and lill Dodge Stress ,
1 ang 7-mo 6m OMAHA , NIB.
Hobraska Loan & fruat' Oompanj
HAfiTIMOS , NED.
Capital Stook , - - $100,000
8- JAB.D. HEAHTWELL. Pretldent.
8ll A. L. CLA11KE , Vlce-Presldent.
K. a WEBSTER , Treasurer
ad Samuel Alexander Oswald'Ollrer ,
d A. L. Clarke , E. 0. Webster'
Ooo. II Pratt , Ja > . B. Heartwell ,
; D. M. UcEl Ilinnoy.
0. Firat Mortgage Loans a Speoialt ;
m furnlehca herr
This Company a permanent ,
m Institution M here School Bcii'l land other legal
il- Issued Municipal eecurltle to Nebraska can I
il10 be ncgotlatuu on the mot fivorable terra
10 Loans made on liuproveil farm In all well tottli
rote counties of thoitate through rwiKmslbleiloc
- Genius Rewarded
teed OB ,
toW The Story of tlio Scroluff Maohlr
A [ handiooie llttlo pamphlet , Muo and gc
of caver wltu numerous engravings , will bo
ho th GIVEN AWAY
th to any adult parion olllpg for It , at any brae
thm or sub-olllco ot the Singer Maaufactur ng Coi
m pany , or will be sent by mall , pOt-i > ald , ta a
pcrton living at a d stance from our olllco.
The Singer Manufacturing Co ,
Sift Offloo 81 Union
It. Principal , Sqnar
NEW YORK ,
I WIFT'S 81'EOIFIO
I OU11E8 SCROFULA.
s WIFT'S SPEOIFIU
SWIFT'S ! SPECIFIC CJ
SWIFT'S I SPECIFIC O
f WIFT'S ' SPECIFIC
V REMOVES ALL TAINT.
OF THE AGE.
Wrlto for full particulars to
SWIFT SPECIFIC 00 , . Atlu.ta.Qa. . .
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISIS.
tl to 81-75 tier Bottle
The Great Popular Bcmaly for PllM.
Bare cure for Blind , Bleeding & Itching P
And all forma of Hemorihol Jal Tumon.
Thcso BupronrroRiM act directly upon thi
coats ot the Blood Vowels , and by their astringent
eflcct * gently force the blood from the swollen
tumon , andoy making the coats of the relni
strong , prevent their refilling , and hence a radl'
cal euro li euro to follow their uio. Trice , 70
cents a box. Kor sale by all drumrlsts , or sent by
mall on receipt of price , by Q ll h Modloal
raitltnte 718 6liv StHt lx > nU
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
FOE OLD AMD YOUJIO , MALI AMD FUALI.
It li a sure , prompt and effectual romods or In.
digestion. Irwpnl& , Intermittent Fevers , Wanl
ol Appetite , Nervous Debility In all Ita Stages
Weak Memory , Loss ot Drain Tower , Prostration ,
Weakness and general Loss of Tower. It repair *
nerroiu waate , rejuvenates the faded Intellect ,
atrenahthens the enfeebled brain and restore *
surprising tone and vigor to the exhausted or
gans. The experience of thousands proves It to
, bo an Invaluable remedy.Prlco , tl.OOa bottle ,
or six or $5. For solo by all druggists , or sent
secure from okaervatton on receipt of price by
0r. Stoinhar .P. O. Box 24GO St.
811 St. ChaurlM Bt , ST. LOUIS 'Mo
A 11EOULAK GRADUATE of two medic *
ollrce3has been longer engaged In the treat
lent ot CHROMIC , NERVOUS. SKIN AND
LOOI ) Diseases than any other physician In SI.
touts as city papers show and all old rnldenli
now. Consultation free and Invited. When II
Is Inconvenient to visit the city for treatment ,
medicines can bo sent by mall or express every.
there. Curable cases guaranteed ; where donbl
xlstn It Is frankly elated. Call or writ * .
Nervous prostration , Debility , Mental
ml Physical Weaknesa , Mercurial and
ither nlloctlons of Throat. Bkln and Bones
Hood Impurities and Blood Potaonlng ,
ikln Atfectlons , Old Sores and Uloors.
impedimenta to Marriage , Rheumatism ,
Hies. Bpeolal attention to caaea trom
ivor.worked brain. BURQIOAL OABBB
receive special attention. Diseases ntlilng
rom Impru'lenoe , Kioetaes , Indulgences
260 pages tnt who )
ummi well told. Many
ecelpU ; who may mat.
ry.'wnq may not , why ,
cause * , oonteqaenosi
and our * . Sealed for 26o posUg * or stamps.
PERSONAL-'Tarts ot the human body
onlargco , developed and strengthened , " etc. , Is
an Interesting advertisement loog run In our
Jir-ar. In reply to inquiries we will say that
, hera ao evidence c ! humbug absut this On
the contrary , the advertisers arv very highly In
dented Interested persona nay get sealed cir
culars giving all particulars , giving all partlcu-
lars. by addressing Erie Medical Co. , 1 * . O. Box
613 , Buffalo , N. Y. Toledo Evening Bee.
in , . , | f w i. k and
oiiii > lrl ! < dti7
Id It may
llfo. It haii
nved hurt *
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