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JL'JlE DAILY BEE--TrjESt > Ay APRIL 3
OTJlNTOIIL. ZBLTTIFIFS ,
PROPRIETOR OF =
PALACE MUSIC HALL !
Headquarters for the justly Celebrated WEBER PIANOS , now approved and used by afl first-class Artists. WESTER
COTTAGE AND BURDETTE ORGANS. Importer and dealer in MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION , such as Violin-
Guitars , Accordeons , Music Boxes , Italian Strings , Etc. , , Etc. Also a full line of
IMITJSIO IBOOIKIS. IMITJSIO ZBIHSTDIEIRSAZCsTID SIHIIEIET 3yCTJSIO
Fancy Goods , Ohildrens' Carriages , Velocipedes , Bycicles , Carts and Wagons. To make room for new stock
will sell at
EXTRA 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
Address , J. MUELLER , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
LANGTRY WAVES
Latest styles front the east , in Lanctry Waves and Rovcreiblo Lan
Frizzes at MRS. .7. J. GOOD'S , 29 Main street , opposite pott iffice.
FOUNDRY.
WINTHERLICH BROS. ,
Are now ready to contract ( or email coatings oi
every description In
MALLEABLE IRON ,
GRAY IRON ,
And any ALLOY OF BRASS.
Special attention la called to the ( tct that the
metals are melted In CRUCIBLES which given tbe
Tery best castings ,
Burning Brands
FOE-
DISTILLERS , BREWERS , PACKERS -
ERS , CIGAR and TOBACCO
FACTORIES , Etc. , Etc. ,
As wall as
Cattle Brands
ABB NICELY EXECUTED.
Works : Corner Sixth street and Eleventh avenue ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
W. R. VAUGHAN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
i
.Omaha and Council Bluffs
Real Estate & Collection Agency.
n Odd Fellow a block , over Savings'
iv\8-ti
COUNCIL BI/0TFS RAILROAD
TIME TABLE.
CHICAGO , BOCK IBLARD tXD MCinO.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic Ext. . .B20pm I Pacific Ext..9:18am :
Ex and Mall * . .925 am Ex and Mail * . .655 p m
D. Molnea ac.7:15 : a m | DCS Molneaae.4:40 : p m
omoioo , BDRtisaros AHI QUIKOT.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic Bxt. . . 630 pm I Pacific Ext. . . .920 am
Ualland Ex * . .920 am Mall and Ex * . . 7:00 pm
N. Y. Ex . 4:00pm : | Neb & Has Ex..8:20 : a m
CHICAGO AND SOBTHWOTIKN.
_ Depart. Arrive.
AtIutlcExt..C:15pm : Pacific Ext..fl:15am :
Ualland Ex.9:20am Mall and Ex * . . 6:15 : pm
Accom ( Sat..5:50 pm Accom. ( Mcn..l:45p : m
EAHSAS CITT , 8T. JOB AND COUHCTIi BUJrFS.
Depart. Arrive.
Hall and Ex..955 a m I Express. 6:60 : p m
. . .v..8I10p ) Mallard E . . .S'45p
omen lAcinc.
Depart. Arrlre.
Ores-land Zx.1130 a. m.
LlDooln Ex..1130 a. . Dearer Ex. . . . 8:00 a. m ,
Denver Ex..7:00 p. m. Xocal Ex . 6:30 : a. m.
Local Ex..7:25 "a. m. " Ex 9:06 : a. m.
Emigrant..620 p. m. " Ex P:00a.m. :
wABAsn , sr. LOUIS AND rAnmo.
Depart. Arrive.
Hall and Ex. . 9:15 : a m I Mall and Ex. . 430 p m
Gannon Ball. . 4:50 : pm | Cannon Ball. . 11:05am :
BIOCX air AND rAnno.
Depart. Arrive.
For Sioux Clty.TASam Frm Sioux O'
For Fort Niobrara. Frra Fort Nlourara ,
Keb , 7S5am : Neb ' 6ao
For St. Paul..7:10pm : From St. PauL.HtfO a m
CIIICAQO. UILWAUKM AND ST. PAUL.
1/onvo Council Binds. Arrives Council Dlutfa.
Ualland Ex. . ' 0.-20 am I Mail and Ex.'C : pm
Atlantic Ez.5:15pm | : 1 Atlantic Ex..19:10a : m
CHICAGO , UILWAUKES AND ST. PAUL.
Leaves Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
Mall and Ex.7:15 : am I Pacific Ex 19:45 : ft m
Atlantic Kv.3MOpm | | Mall and Ex.75p m
Except Sundays. fExccpt Saturdays. ( Except
Mondajs. ( Dally.
Council Blufla Si Omaha Street B. B.
Leave Council liluffa. Leave Omaha.
S a m , 9 a m , 10 a m , I B a m , 9 a m , 10 a m ,
111 am , 1m , 2 p in , 3 p 111 am , vm , 2pm.3f
'
'm , 4 p m , B p m , 0 p m. | m , 4 p m , C p m , 0 p m ,
Street cars run half hourly to the Union TaclQc
'Depot. ' Oa Sunday the cars begin their trips at
9 o clock a. m. , and run reru'arly during the da ;
at 9,11 , 2 4 , B and 6 o'clock , and run to city time ;
MK8 H J HILTON M D.
, , , , , . ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
2S2 Brodw OonnolllBlntT * .
p. BomnrDSOi , 1. 1 > . snoa A T. A. w. BTKBIT
President. Vlce-Pres't. Cashier.
3ITIZENS BANK
Of Connell Blnffi.
Organlied nnder the laws of the State of Iowa
lid up capital . t 7S,00 (
athorUed capital . „ . i . SOO.COI
Interest paid on time deposits. Drafts Issnec
I the principal cities of the Unltod Otatos me
Irope. Special attention given to collodion !
II correspondence with prompt retural
I DIBKOTOBtl
S3. Edmnndnon , E. L. Bhnetrt , 1
I W. W llxco , . ' . W Rriftr I.
I A W Ptrit
_ _
liVERIOK NATIONAL B&HX
Cor , Water and Congress Streets.
O.PITAL , - - 84oo.ooi
HRFLU9 , - - 840UOOI
| an cts a general Banking hualnecs. lie
cc3 tbe nccounta of Banks , Bankers nni
oLrs. Draws Foreign Exchange am
rices Oablo Tranifcrs In Europe and Tel
ekpblo Transfers of Money throughou
t | United States. Buys and sells Gov
einent and other Investment Secarlttet
aj executes any buslnesa for its Com
stadents In the line of Banking *
] ASA P. POTTER , Prwlden' .
( J. J. EDDY , Cashier.
{ J. W. WORK , AM't Cashier.
Mh-me
CHICAGO ,
PEORI
ST. . . LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEWYORK.BOSTON ,
And all PoluU E t andWouth-East
THELINSCOMPRI8ES
Hearty 4,000 miles. Solid Smooth Steel Track
11 connections are made In UNION DtPOTfl-
bas a National Repntatlon as being thl
r eat Through Oar Line , and Is universal !
needed to bo tbe FINEST EQUIPPED Ball
ad In the world ( or all classes of travel.
Try It'and you will find traveling a razor )
Instead of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via rhis Celebrated Lint
sa a at all offices In tbe West.
All Information about Rates o Fare , Bloepli. , ,
Car Accommodations , Time Tables , Ac. , will ti
cheerfully given by applytntnir to
T. J. POTTER ,
Id Vlce-Pres't A den. if anagerGQlcagt
PEROIVAL LOWELL ,
Gen. FaBsenj-flf Airt. Oblcaio
W. J. DAVSNPORT ,
Gen. Agent , Council Vlufii.
H. P. DCEI.L. Ticket | At. Qn
ololn.iv1.lv
SHORT LINE
OF THE
Milwaukee & St , Paul
RAILWAY
Is now running Its FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
from
OMAHA AND COUNCIL 'BLOTS '
WITH
Pullman's Mapiflcent Sleepers
AND THE-
Finest Diniug Oars in the World
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
TO
CHICAGO' MILWAUKEE.
Or to any point beyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
To
ST. PAUL OB MnrKEAPOLIB
Take the BEST ROUTE , the
Ohioago , Milwaukee &St Paul R'y
Ticket office located In Paxtoi Hole' , at corne
Farnam anciFourteentb streets and at O , P. De
pot and at MUlard Hotel , Omaha.
X3See Time Table In another column. *
F. A. NASH , General Avent.
0. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
S. B. MEURILU A. V. II. CARPENTER ,
GcneralUanoger. General Pu < a. Agent
3. T. CLAIIK , QEO II. IIBAFFOKD ,
General Sup't. Ass'tOon "ise. AK T
ar.ATEFTJJj-CO3HTORTJ.HO
BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural lawi
ahleh govern the operations of digestion aid
nutrition , and by a careful appllcitlon of Ibi
flne properties of well-S'lected Cocoa , Mr ,
Epps baa provided our breakfast tables with I
delicately flavored bevorajre which may cave at
many heavy doctors' bills It IB by the Judlciom
use of such artlclej of diet that a conitltntloi
may be gradually built up until itrong enongl
to resist every tendency to dltcaso. Hundred !
of subtle maladies are floating around us read )
lo attack wherever there Is a weak point. Wi
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping onr
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
trly nourished frame. " Civil Service Oaiette.
llade simply with boiling water or milk Br c
n tins only ( J-lb and Ib ) , by Qrooers , labeled
JAMBS BPPS to CO. ,
Homoeopathic Obemlata ,
osi l.i lr Condon. '
COUNCIL BLUFFS
ADDII ZONAL LOCAL NEWS
The good citizens of Missouri V lley
re justly indignant over the Into Moses
nd'Polnta brutality. The entire matter
a to be sifted to the bottom , and all par-
Iclpants will , wo hope , receive their re
ward.
- -Wo inadveitently omitted mention in
cstordoy'd lesue of the location nf the ac-
Idont whereby n man lost hh life by the
cars. Tie place Is near Missouri Valley ,
and we are indebted to 0. K. V. Sanndert ,
> f that town , for the particulars which be
; ave us in two hours after the occurrence ,
There Is a cave in the bluff near the
ilgh school dug out by the children , which
an extremely dangeroui place for tbe
Ittle ones to play In. It should be closed ,
or we may have to chronicle the sad fate
of a number of the little ones. The walls
of the bluff are now in a crumbling con
dition.
dition.The
The ladles of the Presbyterian eynodl-
cal mistionarr association are laboring for
be purpose of securing the services of a
missionary for the Fox and Sioux Indians
of this etate. They expect to raise suffi
cient funds to establish this mission , and
we trust that every person with the peed
of the weak , ignorant and oppressed at
leart , will contribute to this worthy
cause.
* DrnggUta say that Lydla E. Pink-
"Vegetable Compound isthobest
remedy for female complaints they
ever heard of.
WHO'S TO BLAME ?
Another Yonog Soul Takes
A Leap Into the Great
Unknown ,
We arc called upon to narrate the
sadden decease of another young glr'
tired of life and its fickleness , or
perhaps the Inconstancy or perfidy o
a lover. The facts are substantially as
follows , gathered from reliable sources
Lost July there appeared at the Mor
chants' restaurant on Broadway ,
young girl , abont nineteen years old ,
and who gave her name as Addle Lei
fert. She asked Mr. Rosa , the pro
prietor , for work , which he gave her
She labored hero aa a dining room
girl up to the time of her death
While engaged in the restaurant she
formed the icqnalntanco of oun Slob
bitiB or Slnmtaor , nho eoemod lo have
acted the pirt of Bailor. Her conduce
was that of a lady , and the
proprietor and attaches of the
restaurant speak of her in compll
mentary tcnna. They Bay oho aoomoc
happy and contontud , and only when
spanking of home , or lover , did any
thing llko a shadow of eadncfB ovtr
spread her conutonanco. She on
several occasions stated to the family
of Mr , Jacob Jacobaon , attaches o
the restaurant , that she loft homo
with a young man , and that , on rotnrn
log to the paternal roof after a shor
absence was treated so coldly that aho
concluded to leave homo forever. She
stated that her people lived near
Corning , Iowa , and were wealthy
She further stated upon ono occasion
that "her follow" in this place con
tinned making her pledges which ho
hasoften broken. Nothing was though
of this conversation until this morn
ing the report v/aa circulated that a
young eirl bad
COMMITTED SUICIDE
at tha reslnoncoof Mrs. Birmertz
111 Washington avenue. A BEE re
porter hastened to the scene , bu
found the inmates aggravatiogly un
communicative , and all question
failed to elicit anything likn satlsfao
tory Information. By visiting thu
rootunrant where shu worked the
fsctn above rrore learned.
DPinney , the nttoitdlng phy
p.lclati , was next lutervhiwed. lie
stated positively that every Indication
pointed to sulcido by opium In eome
form , lie wn first nulled to see her
at about 11 o'clo.ck Sunday night
Uo fonnd her perfectly nonmlous , bu
Buffering from the effects of the
drug. Administering the USUA
antidotes in such canes , hi
loft for home , not unti
ho had informed them to call him 1
she got WOMD. Monday morning ho
was hantlly called to see her again
This time ho found her completely
narnotlzod , and himself iuo\pablo o
rendering her any ostlatanco. The
doctor is of the opinion that she ha <
secreted somewhere about her porsor
a quantity of the drug , and had founc
an opportunity of
IllPJUTIMO 7HB DOS !
after ho left the night before. In
ow hours she was dead. Undertaker
Oonnoll was notified , and as It was
not thought necessary to hold an in
quoit , a caakot wa * furnished and her
parents notified. Taoy were expected
m the evening train , but up to going
o press have not got hero. Thus has
ended another young llfo , and the
real causes that lead to her death will
perhaps forever remain a mystery.
j | i
The best preparation of iron a dec
or can prescribe Is Brown's Iron Bit
ers , because it does not injure tbo
tooth as ether Iron medicines will.
PERSONAL.
W. W. Bonner , W. J. Brewer , J. K.
? arker and A. L. Madden , Chicago ; O ,
: .Whitman , J. 8. Richardson and 0. K.
? rounnnn , St. Louis ; M. 0. McUrath ,
New Yort ; W. A. Stone , Omaha ; J. II.
Daggort , Creston ; Gee , T , Lee , Keokulc ,
and L. A. Maupln , Pierre , are among the
prominent arrivals at the Ogden.
Mr.tWm. Graham , the polite , atten
tive and efficient yardmaster of the Chicago
cage & Rock Island road , at this railroad
ce'nter , waa united In wedlock to Miss
Christine Chrittianson , by Justice Abbott
Sunday evening. Both of this county.
Mr. John A. Baldwin returned from
Chicago yesterday , after a ten days' ab
sence. He was called thereby the sick
ness of his wife , who , we are glad tolearn ,
is getting well.
Mr. D , N. Heisler , bookkeeper for the
firm of Weir & Clausen , has been laid up
for several days with a severe attack of
pleurisy.
Justice E. J. Abbott will visit Dea
Moinea on G. A. R. business. The judge
in an enthusiastic member of the order.
J. H. Aldrloh , a leading cattle man of
North Texas , is In the city with a view of
locating.
Mr. James Doyle , an old and worthy
fanner of Neola , called Monday morning.
Justice Vanghan left for the state capl
tal yesterday on business.
Did She Die ?
"No ; she lingered and suffered
alonp , pining away all the time for
years , the doctors doing her no good ;
and at last was onrod by this He * Bit
ters the papers sty so much about.
Indeed ! indeed ! how thankful wo
should bo for that medicine. "
COMMERCIAL.
COUNCIL BLUITH MARKET.
Corrected daily by J. Y. .Fuller , mer
chandise broker , buyer anil shipper of
grain and provisions , 89 Pearl street.
WHKATNo. . 2 spring , 76o ; No. 3 , 63 ;
rejected 50c ; icood demand.
COUNDeilera paying 33j ; rejected
corn Chicago , 45s ; now mixed. 48o ; white
corn , Sfio. The receipts of corn are ll ht.
OATS Scirce nd In good demand ; 83.
HAT I 00(5)0 ( ) 00 per ton.
RYK lOo ; light supply.
CORN MKAL 1 SCpor 100 pounds.
Woon Good sunplji prices at , yards ,
500@000.
COAL Delivered , hard , 11 00 per tonj
enft. 5 50 per ton ,
BUTTKII Plenty and In fair demand ;
25c ; creamery. SOo.
KQOB Ready sale and plenty at ISc
per dozen.
LAIin Falrbank's , wholesaling at 18o.
1'ODLTUT Firm ; uoalera paying 13o per
pound for turkeys and lOa for chickens.
VEGETABLES Potatoes 45c ; gnlonn , BOoj
cnbbiigen , 30@10o per dozen ; apples , 2 50
@ 3 50 per barrel.
City flour from 1 CO to 3 40.
BUOOMH 2 00@3 00 per dozen.
CATTLE 3 00@3 60 ; calves 6 00@7 60.
Hooo Market for hogs quiet , as the
packing honaes are closing ; shippers arc
paving 5 50 to G CO.
'The grain dealer * ard paying good prioei
for corn. Farmers can fcot from 33 to 35c
now and farmers will do well to take
advantage u ! these prices.
notwithstanding a marked decline at al
the other points.
A friend to the rich and poor , A
modiclno that strengthens and heals ,
is Brnwii's Iron Bitters.
BOARD OF TRADE.
Appointment of Committees for the
Yenr.
At n regular aeoeloa of the board ol
trade hold last evening , Jocoph L ,
Stewart and Alexander Wood wen
elected to membership.
A communication from J. J. Dickoj
waa received announcing that he
would moot tha board next Saturday
afternoon and dlecusa telegraph mat' '
turn.
turn.Tho
The standing committee for the ensuing
suing year were appointed as follows
On Telegraphs , Ilillroads and Pab-
llo Carriers lion. O. n. Manlug , W.
0. James , and J. W. Chapman ,
Oa Streets , Highways and Public
Worka-J. W. Rodofer , Alex Wood ,
and John N. Baldwin.
On Emigration and Manufactures
J. M. Palmer and Lucius Wells.
On Agriculture and Gommero * F ,
0. Baldwin , E. F. Shugart and Henry
Kisomon.
On Petitions and Memorials W. P.
Sapp , A. T. El well aud James L.
Stewart.
On Statistics J. 0. Dohavon , B.
n. Odoll and Jacob Sims.
Hon. W. H U. Posey then ad
dressed the mooting in regard to vari
ous vital interests and Improvements
ot a governmental nature. The details -
tails of the forthcoming United States
court homo were discussed as well as
private matters of a public character ,
such as the largo emigration of Ohio
men , etc. Adjonrnad.
The concert last night by the
Eighty-first regiment band waa excep
tionally artistlo.
Mr. H. Friedman has returned to
the city with his bride.
AFTER THE BIU BALL.
How tbo Vandorbllt Mansion Looked
Food by the Barrel.
'Tin tired out , that's what I am , "
remarked a Yanderbllt retainer to a
reporter , after the fatigues of a more
han usually heavy period ot domestic
servitude Incident to the ball of Mon
day evening , "and we're all hupsldo
down. Get straightened out I why ,
ilt'll take a week or moro to got things
same aa they waa. Just yon
fancy what thlnvs'd bo like after the
visitors drunk $5,000 worth of cham
pagne , to say nothla' of the oatln"
and tether kinds of drlnkin' , which
was various. " The faithful domes
tic seemed to bo relieved of the ar
istocratic dissipation consequent
cpon so notable an event in
the aunala of the republican
royalty. "It's no use a harsk n me a
lot o' questions which I can't begin to
answer. Everything wont hoff lively ,
as the sayln' is , though I guess the
damage'll come one way or another to
nigh on tor 92,000 , p'raps more. "
"How do you mean ? '
"Why , there was one or two broken
vases and slob like proceedings. "
"But cannot you
QIVE ME AS IDEA
of the appearance of the rooms at the
close of the festivities ? "
"Wlch wa > , to say the least , hodd
You see the oomp'tiy didn't go away
until after G o'clock , and some on "en "
left at least 'arf their costumes bo'iuc
'em. There waa bits of lace hero , a
part of train there , a fellow's double
In ono corner ; while the middle ol
the ball room waa strewn with broken
flowers and leaves looking for all the
world llko a palace just before a hauc
tlon. "
"What will be done with the flow-
era ? "
"A good many was taken away bj
the guests ; the best as was loft 'are
waltm * orders. Some'll go to the servants
ants , and I hoar that several will bo
sent to the orspltala and churches. It's
too early to say for sure what'll ' bo
done with'em. I guess thoro'o nigh
on 'arf of 'em that's us good as now. '
"Woro nuy of the pictures dim-
aged ? "
"Not iu I knows of ; leastways !
don't hoar of any. But the damage
to the laoo curtains nas considerable
I couldn't bo in every pkca at ouco , so
I don't know everything that 'apponod
I am told that qutto
A LOT OF JEWKLUY
was gathered up this mornln' and
'anded to the doteottvea. "
"What detectlvoi ? "
"There was a dozen or more on dut
to Baa to that particular dnty , and a
spies to konp a h * eye on the waiter
lest they might prig somothln' . W
had a hundred hextra vraitoro on pur
poso. Lor bless yor , the jam wasslm ,
ply orful , and I must say they dl
aplendld. "
"What is going to bo done with th
surplus food. "
1 "Talking of food , I reckon there'
enough left to supply a hundred faml
lies for a week. Most of It ' 11 have t
be given away ; it can't koept. "
"Who will got it ? '
"Tho orspltals and the servants
Why the waste In hlcos alone wa
somothln' orfnl , and as for the wine
and llckora they w < i looked up just a
soon M possible to keep the mou aorv
ants from gulling drunk. Toward
thu last a good Jiony of 'em had ha
f much as they could carry , Do wove
there wasn't much to complain of on
that account , though there waa
A TIUV KJJJf
of 'orn prottylfull , 1 eposo , take it & 1
together , there wan at much nn ? 1OOC
worth of food loft hover in ono shape
and another , most of whlo'd spoil inside -
side of twenty-four 'ours. Then there
Is u tidy bit of brokuu glass which la
always to ba expected at oloh gather
ings. Horrmuoh'thatoometo ? Wall ,
I think a couple of hundred doll&re
'ad about cover that. "
From another source it was ascer
tained that the diipoaitlon of the sur
plus food , flowers and other perishable
articles had already been provided for
a week before the ball took place ,
among the various charities and insti
tutions in which tha Vandorbllt fam
ily are Interested All day long set-
ral light wagons were busily engaged
n carting them away.
ejolce , rejoice , "Ha Is ullvo Again , " "Was
Lost , but Is Four\d. "
Under date of July 9,1882 , Mr , K. B
right of Windsor Locks Conn' , writes * > ,
ilaln modest narrative , which , from its
ery simplicity , has the true ring of fine
old. lie says :
"My father Is using Hunt's Remedy and
eemi to bo Improving , In fact , he is very
much bettor than ho has been for a long
.mo. Uo had been tapped three times ,
'he first time they got from him sixteen
narta of water , the second tlmo thirteen
uarto , and tally aa much moro the third
line , and ho would constantly fill up again
very time after ho had boon tapped , until
commenced ualntc Hunt's Remedy ,
which acted llko magic in his case , aa ho
> ogun to Improve at once , and now his
watery accumulation passes away through
ho seorellona naturally , and ho has none of
hat swelling or filling up which waa so fre
quent before the functions of the kldneya
were restored by the use of Hunt's Rem
edy. Ho f a well-known citizen of thla
) lace and has alwaya been in business
"
lore ,
Again ho writes , Nov , 27 , 1882 ,
"I beg most cheerfully and truthfully testate
state , In regard to Hunt's Remedy , that
ta use was the saving of my father's life.
[ spoke to yon In my previous letter In re-
lard to hla being tapped three times. >
is the most remarkable ease that has ever
been heard of In this section. For a man
of hla apa ( sixty years ) it Is a most remark
able cure. He had been unable to attend
to hla butinesa more than a year , and was
given up by the doctorn.
"Tho first bottle of Hunt's Remedy that
he use 1 gave instant relief. He has used
In all seven bottles , and continues to use it
whenever he feels drowsy or aingglsh , and
It affords Instant relief. He Is now atten
ding to bis regular business , and his been
several months. I am perfectly willing
that you should publish this letter , as we
thoroBRhly believe that father's life was
aavedby using Hunt's Remedy ; and these
facts given above may bo a benefit to oth
ers Buffering In lllco manner from diseases
or Inaction of the Kidneys and Liver. "
> Ve notice the Marriage Fund , Mutua
Trust Aaiociatlon , of Cedar Rapids. Iowa ,
highly spoken of in many of the ieadlnf
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their advertisement In
another column nf thin nanrr. f5-3m
A Skin of Beauty It Joy Forever.
DR. T FELIX GOTJRATJD'a
Oriental Cream or Magical Beau-
ttfler ,
M Tan. Pimples ,
Freckles ,
hlothpatch
eaun'every
blemish on
beauty and
deflcs de
tection. It
has stood
the teat of
BOyoman'
U so harmless -
less we
Usto It to
bo suretbe
prep a ra-
tlonli pro
perly made
Accept no
counterfeit
of similar name. The dl.tlngulthid Dr. L. A.
Bayro , said toalaly of the IIIUT ON ( jntlont ) :
"As you la : let will imo them , I recommend
'U urtud'a Cream' as the least harmful of all the
Skin prcparatl us. " Ono bottle will lot six
months , ualng It every ilny. Aljo foudro Jub-
tllo removes tupcrfluotu hair wl.bout Injury to
thoskin.
tlill. M. B. T. GIOURATJD , So'o prop. , 4S Bond
St. . N. Y.
For s lo by all Drnlrglata and Fancy Goods
Dealers throughout the Unltod States , Canada
and Kurojis.
jtartlcware of base Imitations. (1,000 reward
for arrest and proof of anyone selling the same.
] 14-weow-me 2t nw-flni
Authorliod by theittto titret
ChroulcNervoui and Prlvata dls
CMOI. A'lhma. Eplleniy , Rhcu
imatltni , \ ' < n-i , Taue W nn , Urln
a il Skin Dlueas'S , HIVINA
KNISH ( nllhtlOJICl ) SSIUA
DIUILITT , ( Ices of seiua' ' power ) Eto. Cures vuai
antoid or money lolutded. Omrg H lo' . Thou
sands of cases curod. No Injurious mellclno
bled No ( JotoLtlon from butlneu. All r odl
clnes fmnlsueJ even to pitlents at a dlitanco
Co.BullatloQ free ahd co .ildontlal call or write
Age and etperlencoaro Important A D'JOK fa
both soxis lllustratid and clrcilars of oth <
thlngi cent sealed for two 3c stampt , t'RKK
MLH12UM.
H
817 Ht Ohnrlwunt , BT.X.OC1U Mo
/ . KKOULAK GllADUAin cf two mtdlci
eolliie3ht ; > s been longer aiu-i oil In the treti
meni ot U1IHONIO , KEltVOUS. bHIN AHI
I1LOO ! ) Dloeisco th u any otUor rbvi-lcltn In 3
Loula M city paprig show aud all old rmldrnl
know. Consultation frco r.iul Invttod. When
li Inconvenient to vWt the cliy for trcntmcn
raoillclnti can be writ by mall or exprnr. cvrit
whoro. Curable ctojfl KUiiautocd ; nlicre donb
ezljtfl li Iu frankly tUUJ. 011 or wrlt .
Nurvong prostration , Debility , Menta
and 1'hysloal V/cnknciia , Mercurial ant
other alfcctloire ot Throat. Hltln and lionei
HloodIini _ uritIiM and Ulo tl 1'uinonliy
Biiln Aflfecttons , Old Horca and Uloorn
IinpedlmenU to Mttrrlas-o , ItheumittHrr
I'lles. Hijeclul attontlun to cagei ( rou
over-worlted hroln. SU1KJIOAL OABKB
receive special attention. Uisoases arlslui
irom Impru'lence. Kxooaaea , Induliienot
pageo ths whol
MARRIAGE story well told. Van )
receipts ; who may mat
ry , who may not , whj
causes , cent quenc i
aod curt. Scaljd for 20o postage or stamps.
CURES SCROFULA ,
do. SORES ,
do. ULCERS ,
do. BOILS ,
do. ERUPTIONS ,
do. CATARRH , ;
do. ECZEMA ,
do. RHEUMATISM ,
do. SKIN DISEASES ,
do. BLOOD DISEASES ,
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC
REMOVES ALL TAINT ,
HEREDITARY OH OTHERWISE.
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC
IS THE
GREAT BLOOD REMEDY
OP THE AGE.
Wtlte for full particular , , and little book "Mis-
tge to the Unfortunate Suffering. "
* a.SlOOO Reward will he paid to any
Chemist who will find , on analysis ot 100 bottlei
ctS. 8. S. , one particle of Mercury , Iodide oi
Potassium , or other Mineral substance. BWIFI
8PECIFIO CO. , Proprietors , Atlanta. Oa.
'
rlco of Small Size , . . . 9 1,00
Large Size 1.70
SOLD DY ALL DRUGGISTS.
OOL. L. T. FOSTER.
lYonngstowo , Ohio , Hay 10 , IBS * .
PD B. J. KMDALL ft Co. I had a very valua
ble UambletonUn colt that I prised very highly ,
be had a largo bone spavin on one Joint and
small one on the other which made him very
lame ; I had him under the charge ot two veter
inary surgeons which failed lo cure him. I wal
one day reading the i.dvertlsement of Kendall1 !
Spavin Cure In the Chicago Express , ! determined
at once to try II and got our druggist ! hers M
send for It , and they ordered three bottles ; I look
all and I thought I would give II a thoroork
trial. I used II according to directions and Iks
fourth day the colt ceased to be lame and the
lumps have disappeared. I used but one boltll
and the colt's I'mos are as free ol lumps aod 11
smooth as any horse In the state He Is entire
ly cured. The cure was so remarkable that
have let two of my neighbors have the remain
ing two bottles who are now ustngll
Vnv respectfully ,
L. T. F03TJTH
Stnrt foi circular giving poiltlvi
proof. Vilcajl. All Drugg ; lats nave II or cat
ret II for yon. Dr. D. J KOTI Co ; . Pro.
rrletoii , Enotbnrxh FMi , VI.
SOLb 3V A LT
If mi i , i .not
nfliu tni < s.wi nU
no.l hy thniilri or
< HU > IlltllS fcfl'l'l
illiuii unUnril UK
If juuftrrjounr ii'lHeiittoil-'H txr.
nor tioii ui dloftl n PJ | tn.li * V 'i ' r
rice ot nlnKl'.olc t > r Kroutj ? , ! . V ,1.
iiocrhriUUurU'iu'iithKtuikr ' IA ' <
uf t , rrlon H o pW Bltturi. .
\V.i/tver youori- .
* heneTor you rtt-1 I rrJiOi.j f ruin tone
.Imi your sjrtcin I form o ! f Kir.t'i1
-red * c'.eannr.tf. toft. ! > < lln Mint ml el' '
I till. tilUl.il Jl. ( . '
Hop HcpZMnt *
a , f. u
Urn L lnte
tiulni , disotie
and IrrtiIMb
fumuch
of ti d. aop bio curt foi
lli
t l > .
liurcrnmul ilrurAetmeii.
uw o' opium
YOD will tie tabaoeo. j-v
oarootiot ,
Hop Bitter *
If foaa'eilm- Bold 07 drca
jlf wrkk and irlaU. BonJfoc
roHinlrlttil.trjr NtVEB Urcclu- .
it ) It may oi- lima ;
uvcyourl FAIL ! UTS oo.
lire. U hn (
nved hun-L
ilradir
DOCTOR STEINHAKn
SUPPOSITORIES !
The Or oat Popular RomoJy lor Pile * .
Sure core forBllud , Blooding & I tohlngP
And all forms of Ilemorrhotdal Tumors.
These SoprcsiToaiM act directly upon th.
strong , prevent tholr refilling , and hence a null ,
cat euro Is sure to follow their use. Price , 78
cents a box. For sale by alldrureUts , or sent by
mall on receipt of price , by En llsb Mndioal
In.tltuto 118 Olive StSt LonU
Ma.
DOCTOR STEINHART'S
ftl ? 1 I P
Or LIFE.
FOR OLD AND YOUNO , MALS AND FIUALI.
It Is a sure , prompt and effectual remods or
dlgcatlon , Dsm ? | la , Intermittent Fevers. Wanl
of Appetite , Nirvuut lability In all ItaGUicc.
Weak Mcmon , Loii of Drain Power , Prostration ,
\Ycakncaa anu ( rrnnral Lraui of Pouer. It repalrt
nervous waste , rcjmcnatcs the faded Intellect ,
strengthens tlio enfeebled brain and restore !
6iirirfa ( nir t mo and vlor to the exhausted or-
cans. The cx | > erlclice of thousands proves It to
bo an ImuluaMo remedy. Price , 11.00 a bottle ,
or six or & . For ealoby all druggltts , or sent
ucuro from observation on receipt of | ) rlce bj
Dr. Stelnha- . O. Box 24(10 ( St
Loaia.Mo.
PERSONAIj-"Parts of the hunan body
Milarired , developed and strengthened , " etc li
an Intercotlng advert somont long run | o OUI
taper. In reply to inqu rles wo will say that
there no evidence < . ' humbug about this On
vlie ooutrary , the advortUtrs arir very highly In
dorsed Interes'ed persons nay get seaTed dr.
.
618 , nuffalo , N. T. Toledo Jf nUig