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THE DALIT B K-MONI'AY AP1IIL 30
HARK NESS BRO'S.
DRY COOPS & CARPET HOUSE.
Have the Largest Stock and Oboioest Patterns of
Ever Brought to the City , and at
than ever offered in this vicinity ,
TO GALL AND EXAMINE STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING.
HARKNESS BRO'S ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Quick jjTime from New York and Boston.
In order to make the faate > r. tlinn from Now York and Uotton tn the West , this Company -
, pany has arranged with the New York Central & Hudson River 11. 11 , for a SPECIAL
AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAIN , carrylnr
'This Oompanv's Express Matter Exclusively , and No Passengers ,
This train will leave New York at 8:20 : P. M. daily , except on Sundays , and will
stop only nt Albany connecting with the 8:00 p , M. train from Boston I7tioa.Rome
Syracuse , Rochester , Batavia , and arrive at Buffalo at 0:20 : A. M. nrxt morning , from
which point it goes forward by the "SPECIAL FAST MAIL & EXPRESS , " arriv
Cleveland , 1:55 : p. m. next day. Chicago , 5:40 : a. m. 2j day.
Indianapolis , 10:76 : " " St. Lenis , 8:20 : " "
Terre Haute , 2:05 : a. m. 2d day. Milwaukee , 11:00 : " "
Clnclnmtl , 6:00 : ' " St. P.nl , 615 ; " 3d day.
Louisville , 7:40 : " " Minneapolis , 7:00 : "
Miking close connections at Chicago with Lightning Trains for
COUNCIL BLUFFS , OMAHA ,
, BurlingtoD , | Davenport
Dubuque , Des Molnes ,
Cedar Kapids. Ottumwa ,
3 oux City ,
Shipments by this train respectfully solicited , and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NO ADVANCE IN BATES.
H. H. BROWNING , Agent , Omaha , Neb.
H. 0. BEEBE , Aeont , Oounoll Blnffi.
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
The fallowing are the times of arrival aid departure <
parturo of trains ( rom the local depots. The
the trains start from the Union Faifflo depot
about ton minutes oinler than below stated ,
and arrive at the depot about ten mlnutts later ,
Trains on pool lines and K. 0 , ruj on Olcago
time , a half hour faster than local , Wabasb
trains run on St. Louli 'line , twenty mli utee
faster than Inca' , U , P. and Lincoln trains run
on Council Bluffs time ,
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAHD AMD rACITlO.
Atlantic Exf. . ,820pm I Pacific Exl..9:15ani :
Kx and Vial.9:25 ! : a m Ex and Mall . .6:55 : p n
D. Uolnos ac.7:15 : a m | Des Molnes ac,4:40 : p m
CHIOAGO , BORMHOTOS AMD QUINCT.
-AtlantloExf..635pm I Pacific Ext..920 am
Mall and Ex.9:10 : am Mall and Ex'.7:00 : pit
N. Y. Ex 630pmNeb4Ka8Ex..910ani | ;
CniOAOO AND HORTnWBSTBU.
Atlantic Ext. . .5:15 : p m I Pacific Ext. . . .9:15 a m
Mall and Ex.9:20 a m Mall and Ex.6:15 : p to
Accom ( Sat.5:50 : p m | Accom. ( Mon..l:45 : p n
KASBAS CTTT , ST. . ' 01 AND OODNCIb BLUm.
Mall and Ex. . . . 95 am I Express. 5.36 pn :
, 8:25 : p a | Mall and Ei..6f < 5 p n
CMOS 7ACT7IO. .
Dtpait _ Arrhe.
Lincoln Ex..11:99a. m. H enter Ex. . . . 8:00 : a. m ,
Denver Ex..7:00p. m. Local Ex. . . . .630 a. la ,
Local Ex 7:25 a , m. " Ex . 9:05 : a. m ,
Emigrant..520 p. m. " Ex . r.-00a.m ,
WiBAIUI , SF. LODU AND riOITIO.
Mail and Ex. . 9:45 : am I Mail and Ex. . 430 pm
Cannon Call. . 4 SOpm | Cannon Ball. . 11:05 : am
BIOUX cnr AND rAcnrio.
or Bloux City.7 5 a m Frm Sioux O'r.GiSO p n
or Fort Nlobrara. Frm Fort Nlobrara ,
Neb * 7i5am Neb
For St. Paul..7:40 p m From St. Paul. . 8:50 : a n
CHICAGO , MU.WAOKR1 AMP ST. FADL.
Leave Council lilufla. Arrives Council Bluffs.
Mall and Ex.920 a m I Mall and Ex.6 5 pn
Atlantic Ex. , 15:15 : p m | Atlantic Kx. . . 19:10 : a m
CniOAOO , UILWAOKIB AND ST. rAUU
Leaves Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
Mall and Ex.7:15 : a m I Padfia Ex. . . . . 19:15 : a rr
Atlantic ET.3:40pmMaUand | : | Ex.'T-25prr
"Except Sundays , tExcept Saturdays. ( Except
Mondays. ( Dally.
Council BluQs & Omaba Street R , B ,
Leave Council liluffs. Leave Omaha.
8 a m , S a m , 10 a m , I 8 a m , 9 a m , 10 a m ,
11 a m , 1 m , 2 p m , 3 p 11 a m , 'pm , 2p m , 31
m , 4 p m , 5 p m , 6 p m. | m , 4 p m , 5 p m , 6 p m.
Street cars run half hourly to the Union Pacific
Depot. On Sunday the cars begin their trips al
9 o clock a. in. , ana run rezularnr daring tha da ;
at 0,11 , 2 4 , 5 and 6 o'clock , and run to city time ;
FALLhYfc HOH8 ,
Western Agents , Lafayette , Indiana ,
Rubber Boots and
Boots and Shoes
OF ALL KINDS.
The center pieces are Interchangeable and n
verslble. It prevents the counter from runuln
over , requiring no heel stlffeners.
The Agency for these goods In this town hi
been pUi rr *
Others cannot procure them.
Call md xamlne a full line of Leather an
. .Candee" Rubber Boots and Shoes with the II
rslble Ileel. UR8. H. PETEUSON ,
81-Sm Louisville , Neb.
MBS. . J , HILTON , M , D , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
It * iw 4w > * . Cemmell BlvJb.
IIDE 8PB1NQ ATTACHMENT-NOT FATENI
A. J. SIMPSON.
1109 and 1411 Dodge Streal ,
UK 7-me 6m OMAHA. , NIB
Omaha National Bank Building ,
Iron and Slate Booting ,
0. BPEOHT , - . Proprleto * .
1111 Douglas St. - Omaha , Not )
1UNUFAOTPKEU OF OALVAMIZED
DORMER WESDOW8 , FINIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Specht's Patent Metallic-Skylight Patent ,
Adjusted Hatchet Bar and Bracket
Shelving. I am the roneral a ent
for the above line of goods.
IRON FENCING ,
Creatlntrs , Balustrades. Verandas , Irot
Bank Italllngn. ( Viniiow Blind. , Collar -
lar ( jriiirdx ; a < H
GENERAL AOIJNT FOU
PEERbON & FILL PATENT IN
"FOR TABLE UhE- "
The Natural Mineral ,
From Birreiborn on the lilnn
RECOMMENDED I1V TUB HiailFST MED1
FRF.D'K IIOLLENDEIt , Solo afrirt or the U. E
and Canala , 115,117,119 Elm Pew You.
Genins Eewarded ,
The Scory nf the Sowing ManhlDi
A'handiom * little pimphlet , blue and gel
cover with numerous engravings , will be
to air adult parson calling for It. at any braocl
or sub-office ot th Singer MaanfactorlDZ Qom
pany , or will be sent by null , pott-paid , to an ;
person living at a d stance from our office ,
The Singer Manufacturing Oo. ,
Principal Office , 184 Union Square
ADDITIONAL LOO AL NEWS
A , McKlnney , of Hancock , la. , dined
at the Pacific yesterday ,
W , H , Copson , the Shenandoah news'
mpcr man , was in the olty yesterday.
J , Morris , of Decatur , 111. , Is at the
Officer Sid Sterling la quite seriously ill
Remonyl , the great violinist , arrived at
, he Ogden yesterday ,
Oharlei BoCnk , of Jefferson , la , , spent
Sunday at the Ogden ,
J. W , Garmong , a prominent citizen and
and business man of Shelby spent Satur
day in the city on business.
Dr. H. A , Woodbury has left for low *
City to attend the State Dental convention
> efore which he Is to read a paper.
A , M , Fitch , of Seymour , Ind , , arrived
at the Pacific yesterday ,
H. M , Montelms , of Milmaukce , wni
among the Pacific house guests yesterday ,
J. B. Stanford , of Red Oak , was In the
W , A. Armstrong , of Chicago , wai
among those who wore at home at the Og <
W. A. Frye , one of the liveliest of the
ively commercial tourists , was here yesterday <
torday enrouto for Silver City.
G. W. Fohrman , of Yellow Springs , O. ,
s at the Ostden ,
F , S. Haincd , of Warrcnton , Va. , wat
at the Ogden yesterday.
As will bo seen by the card of the
American Express Company in anothci
column , that company , in order tc
push shipments through from No\i
York nnd Boston nt lightning speed ,
laa eeourod a special train of Its own ,
as will bo econ by the time table , It
makes remarkable speed , giving ahlp
lora advantages never before had , It
s a big stroke of enterprise , and , with
no advance in rates , must roanlt in
greatly Inoreauod business.
DURKEK'S SALAD DUESBINO K ready
made , rich and delicious dressing for
all salads of meat , fish or vegetables.
Cheaper and infinitely better than
lomo made. No Banco equal to it.
Bothered by Boys.
Theo. Hessell , who keeps a frnil
stand and confectionery store , claims
that the boys bother him greatly , bj
cnooklng over his applea , stealing potv
nuts , blowing out the street light , etc ,
3o had some of the boys arrested
awhile ago , and now he has complain
ed of three others for getting away
with a bunch of bannanns tanging
jutsido the door , The boys hero have
joon arrested , and now some of theh
friends are Indignant about it , and
; hey threaten to enter complaint
igatnat Hessol for keeping a pee !
table , and allowing boys to play on it ,
and to gamble in a small way for ap
pies and peanuts.
D. N.Honn , agent of the Immigra
tion association of California , has thle
week forwarded from the U. P , trans
fer , 372 emigrants from the following
named states and countries ; Portugal ,
03 ; France , 2 ; Ireland , 17 ; England ,
14 ; Sweden , 5 ; Denmark , 25 ; Oor-
many , 7 ; Madiera Islands , II ; Canada ,
14 ; Illinois , 79 ; Iowa , 21 ; New York ,
21 ; Maine , 14 ; Michigan , 10 ; Minne-
sola , 9 ; Wisconsin , 22 ; Ohio , 4 ; Pen-
sylvanla , G ; Massachusetts , 6 ; Mis
souri , 11 ; Indiana , 4 ; Italy , 1C ; Manl.
; oba , 1 ; New Brunswick , 3. The
total number of immigrants who ar
rived In San Francisco in the pasl
week la 2,155 , by the two overland
routes. A Urge part of them have
settled on the government lands ol
If you are not married , write the Marriage
riago Fund and Mutual Trust Associa
tlon , Oedar Rapids , Iowa , for circular
explaining the plan , fC-3m
The Driving Park.
G. B. Battey , who has frequentlj
visited this olty , and who has wrlttet
some very Interesting and valnablt
letters from this'point , In his last letter
tor to the Chicago Horseman says o :
the Council Bluffd track :
At present , the prospects are thai
the most brilliant meeting for the sea' '
son in Iowa , will be held at Couucl
Bluff * What reason is there to thinl
otherwise ? The officers cf the asaocl
atlon , aided by the citizens , are put
ting forth every effort possible , to
wards a realization of their hopes , and
in union , we know there IB strength ,
A track that can not bo equaled In the
west , capacious and comfortable sta
bles , plenty of water , hotel aooommo <
datlons equal to any emergency , rail
road facilities nnequalod by any city
west cf the Mississippi , with an as
suranoo that .hundreds of speculative
horsemen from the entire valley will
bo on hand to make the races interest'
Ing , taken on a whole , give assurance
that the meeting will be H grand suc
cess. L it every horseman then , who
contemplates going through thn lowt
circuit , come to Council BlufTi anc
bcgiq with the rest.
The uomlrjg Orator.
The people of Council Bluffa anc
vicinity are to bo given a rare treat it
oratory next Friday night at Dohany'i
hall aa William J. Armstrong is 01
that evening to give his lecture 01
"London Society. " no has abou
fifteen leotureu with which ho ha
thrilled audiences in all parts of thi
omntry. and thin is one of the best
Henry Ward Baocher commends Mr
Armstrong in the highest terms , am
many others of like promlnonso an
enthusiastic In his pralio as a thinke
and speaker. The course of lecture
recently gven | by him In Now Yorl
olty was In response to a call signed b
such names as ; Abram 8. Hewitt
John B win ton-Hugh'J Huongs , M
F , MoWsbon , Oliver Johnson , Benja
men D. Peek , Qeorgo H , Yoaman , J
0. Zichoi , David n. Chamberlain
William Wood , Vincent * BotU , 8. S
Cox , and others of equal national rep
utatlon , Mr , Armstrong , thai btln ,
ono of the foremost men npon the
roetrnm to day , cannot but give
Oounoll Blnlls aleoturo unequalled by
any for yours pa > t ,
Ftrat Dome , First Herved.
Owing to the reduction of the cigar
Lax , May 1 , Frank Lovln , at 306
Broadway , offers to soil on and after
that date his entire stock of choice
cigars , now on hand , at a redaction of
? 3 a thousand , This rare chance
should bo promptly Improved , as on
all cigars made after May 1 there will
only be a reduction of | 2 , tha cigar-
makers having agreed on an advance
of $1 per thousand after that date.
Drowned by Drink.
Deputy United States Marshal Mo-
Orary brought to this city Saturday
night a young man named Ed. Shamp
and lodged htm in jull * s K prltonor ,
It aooms that Shamp , who has been a
night operator at Menlo , a small sta
tion on the 0. , II , I. A P. , while on a
proo , broke into the postoffioo and
took a number of stamps. Some other
property was taken , and when Shnrop
sobered up ho made restitution so far
as possible , but Uncle Sam knows
nought but law , and so the young man
la In durance vilo. Ho will probably
have a hearing before Commissioner
Eagono Croft denied that horai
Intoxicated. Hn said ho was onlv
drunk. Bin fine was the same $9 UO.
COMMKHCIAI * .
COUNCIL BLOTrs MARKET.
WHEAT -No. 2 ppring , 70c ; No. 3 , G3j
rejected COc ; good demand.
ConN Dealers paying 33os rejected
corn Chicago , Die ; now mixed , 52Jc ; white
corn , S5o. The receipts of corn are Hrfht ,
OATS Scarce nnd In good demand ; 33.
HAT 4 00(36 ( 00 per ton. 30 per bale ,
HTK lOo ; light supply.
CoiiN MEAL 1 liGper 100 jxmnds.
WOOD Qood supply prices at , yards ,
5 00@G 00.
COAL Delivered , hard , 11 00 per ton ;
noft , G 50 per ton ,
Utrrren Plenty nnd in fair doniand ;
25c ; creamery. SOo.
liana Heady snle and plenty at
10@llc per dozen ,
LAUD Fnlrbank's. wholesaling nt 13o ,
POULTKT Firm ; dealers paying 18o per
pound for turkeys and lOa for chickens.
VEGETABLES Potntoof , GOo ; onion * , COc ;
cabbages , 30@40o per dozen ; apples , 3 60
@ 3 CO per barrel.
City flour from 1 CO to 8 40.
BHOOMS 2 00@3 00 per dozen ,
CATTLE 3 00@3 50 ; calves 6 00@7 60.
HOOB Market for hogs quiet , as the
packing houses are closing ; shippers are
paying 6 76 to 6 56.
IOWA IPBM8 ,
The Ottumwa plow factory employ !
A new court house Is discussed by Audubon -
bon county citizens.
' The Catholics of Orinnell will erect a
$20,000 church this year.
The police of Des Motnes tun In nine
teen gamblers on last Friday.
The capital stock of the Lyon count ;
bank has been Increased to $50,000 ,
Kookuk will try to get through with a
16 mill tax levy for city purposes this
The Iowa pharmacists meet at Davenport -
port April 30 , A pharmacist is a drug c
There Is an active demand for Kmmeta-
burg town lote , and the town Is having a
steady , growth.
A carload of land Beekers will start from
Leon early in May for the Northern Pa
The Capell Medlcino company of Dei
Moines baa been incorporated with a oap
Ital of $20,100.
At Sanborn a mammoth stock yard , tc
caver thirteen acres , is being made to fao <
llltate cattle ehlpmentt.
Paulson , of Oorrectionville , will build
a (7,000 flouring mill at Lucky Valley II
citizens will put up half the money.
The Oedar Rapids and Marlon street
railway company has issued bonds to the
amount of $23,000 on Its franchise.
The fish commission has stocked Eagle
lake , in Emmet county , with 10,000
young whltettan and 6,000 infant salmon
It cent $ j,828 to supervise the building
of the new Oasa county court house , Thli
was about 10 per cent , of the cost ot the
Two additional cottages are to be added
to the plant of the state anylnm for feeble
minded children at Glenwood , at a cost ol
The Dunlap Reporter estimates that
$50.000 per month is paid out for stock
within a radius of twenty miles of that
Assistant State Fish Ooinmlaslonei
Mather estimates ( hat 400 tons of fish have
been taken out of Like Okobojl during
The Iowa railroad land company olleri
to donate two squares of city lots to La'
Mara for park purposes if the town will
Improve the same ,
The Old Settlers tssoclatlon of Burling ,
ton will take charge of the feml-oonten'
nial celebration of the occupation of lows
by the whites ia that city June 1.
Penn township , In Madison county , will
have better roads , and its officers huve or ,
dered a carload of tiling which will be
used us a commencement in the Improve1
James Cousins , postmaster at Worthing ,
ton , was arrested and taken to Dubuque
on Saturday to answer for retaining regis
tered letteri In bis possession undelivered
For a month.
There WAS a bed fire at Newton on the
night of the 21st inst. Des Molnes was tel
ephoned for help , but before It could be
sent word come ttut the fire WM nndei
control , No particulars.
The academy of science ! at Davenport
lias a debt of $1,700 hanging over it. On
the evening of the 2-tth lust. , a meeting
was helk at which $1,290 of the' amount
was subscribed by private cltlrans.
The Clinton saloonlsts who bad banded
together to iUht the license ordinance ID
that town gave up the fight on hearing ol
the reaffirming of the decision of the * u-
[ iremo court on the amendment. The
meeting called to perfect organization wat
Des Molnoa ts a hive of Industry. It
pose 8BH ele.en lines of railway , a num <
ber < f largo manufacturing establishments ,
ito retail and wholesale trade are large ,
and eastern cubital Is doing wendi ra there ,
Besldea being the capital of Iowa , Dei
Molnes has a commercial future whlcl
no other city In the state eeema able tc
The Western , the Midland and the Cen
tral telephone companies were consolidated
at Davenport on Monday , and the wholi
goes under the direct control of the Bel
telephone company of Bo.ton , The Iowa
an exchange with hcadquarttra at Daven
port and lines connecting neighborly
towns. Is likely to go In to , the oonsolldatec
In Oedar Ilaplds on the night of tha 22i
Inst. Charles Frager , a blacksmith in th
Burlington. Cedar lUpidi and Northen
railway shops , became engaged in an alter
, - n IW k MUJk 4 UIB W * | Al fl S V
strack Kushman on tha head with a stick
infllcthuf ioJariM from which b * dld th
following forenoon , i'rager WM arre to <
and Is now in Jail.
Cherokee wants a hall where publli
meetings can be held ,
The Linn county sheriff ban hanJlei
over 400 prisoners In the past two and i
half years ,
Nearly all ol the 81,500 subsidy needex
toiecuro a ( louring mill for llutuboldt ha
been raised ,
It Is claimed that the Des Molnes capi
tal Invested In tenement homes returns II
to 18 per cent on the Investment ,
On the nlcht of the 10th Init , thi tioke
office at Weston was broken open by bar
Klan and a large amount of tickets am
3i 15 cash obtained. The tickets are no *
( ( oort unless stamped.
On the 10th Inst. , at Oedar lUpldn , twi
profoulonalu pocketed W9 worth ol Roll
rings while looking over the stock showi
by a saleswoman. They were arrested a
one of them was burying the plnnder.
Oralg Shields , of Vlnton. helped ti
carry Postmaster General Qreiham out o
danger alter that rentleman had beei
disabled fn ft r ° T with , me men wh <
wora grey clothing t Atlanta twenl ]
So far the home for fallen women a
Des Molnei has entertained fourteen In
nates , 'These bare fclvon birth to ill
> nt > les. Appliance * for the lying-in hos
iltal are needed. Of the women reccivec
> ut three are yet In thd home. The othen
are at > work , dead or i one back to thi
world , in about equal numbers.
The fnlluro of the Monroe Oonnty bank
nf Albla , is now believed to amount tt
< ! 230,0 0 , A great many Monroe count ]
nrtuora were reduced to poverty. Amoni
liulotor l < u brother of Cashier Miller
who ia out $10 000 The cashier has BO fa
refused to umno ny stntomont. Au ex
> ert who is exauiinlnK the books is as ye
unnblu to untangle the accounts.
A'rod haired olurk lu Savannah ,
Slipped on n ploooof banana ,
Great pain ho ondnrod ,
But St. Jacobs Oil cured ,
llo uo ir guca dauclug with Hannah
The New lowtt Oapltol.
Ds Molnes Cor. Chicago Journal.
Work IB progressing rapidly In thi
now capltol , The souato chamber li
well-nigh oomplotod , except the floor
ng , ousting and wood work. Thi
walla arc elegantly finished in iroaoi
and marble work. Last week thi
oommlHtlonera decided upon pinna fo :
minting the celling ot the house chnti }
lor. The panels will bo tilled withpor
.raits of Washington , Lincoln , Ilobor
Liuoaa , first territorial governor ; Jamo
VV. Grimes , first state governor
Jtiarlos Mason , chief : juatloo of thi
territorial supreme oonrl ; Oalob Bald
win , chief jasttco of the state saprom
conrt ; J. P. Oarloton , speaker of tbi
sixth territorial legislature , and jadg
of the fourth judicial district ; Rual
Olark , speaker of the ninth genera
assembly , and member of oongres
From the fifth district ; Gen. M , M
Crocker , and Gen. S. 11 , Curtis.
The curtains , carpota and furnltur
if the senate ohambor have been BO
leoted , and nro elegant. The desk
and chairs will bo black walnut. Kaol
Member will have a aoparato desk
The furniture iu the homo will bo llki
that lu the senate , except the woo <
will bo aolld mahogany and the carpet
md curtains with rod colors prodom
inatlng. In the senate they will bi
dark terra cotta color.
Slenor Miragholl , who to doing the
fresco work , has produced eorao mns
artistio work in volloro , which bailie
the most critical pyo. Even export
will not believe it is not actual atncoi
work Instead of plain wall. The otho
day Mr. Grlflin , the annorintendont o
stucco work , was paaiing through ni
aroh away np skyward , when bo dls
levered a rosette on the ceiling whlol
io kuorr he had not directed to b
placed there , and supposed some o
IH ! men who thought they Vnow mor
ibont ornamenting than ho dli
tiad Btuok It np there
and ho Instituted a setrol
for the jealous decoration , but nou
> f his men knew anything about It
3.0 ordered it taken down , and a mat
clambered up to do It , and on reaohini
For It discovered It was not there , am
reported to Mr. Grlflin that it wa
paint , not atncoo. Mr. Griffin wouli
not believe him , until ho had ollmbei
np acd run his hand over the wall , BI
perfect was the deception of the Big
aor'a brash. In ono of the arohc
over a passage way la a bunch o
heat BO perfect in relief that it ap
peers to bo the actual grain , head am
italk fastened to the wall. In th
senate hall are four corner pane
pieces which are perfect Imitations o
sarved work in metal.
Petroleum V. Nsuby.
D. R. Locke , Petroleum Y. Nasby
( editor Toledo Blade ) writes :
I had on a forefinger of my right ham
one nf thoae pleaaant pets , a ' 'run-round.
The finger became Inflamed to a degre
unbearable and swollen to nearly twice It
natural nlza A friend Kaveme UENRY'I
CARBOLIC SALVE , and in twenty mlo
utea the pnln had BO much subsided as ti
give me a fair ulght'a rest , which I hai
not had before for a week. The Inflam
mntiou left the finger In a day. I consld
er It a most valuable article for the house
Cure * the Pllci. Too.
JSdouard llelntard , of New York
It gives me great pleasure to say that
single box of HENRY1. : ) OVRBOLK
3ALVE effected a complete cure of Pilei
with which I had been troubled for over <
year , and which nothing else that I use
The rage for painting plaques am
fbwer pieces among the ladlua la atll
at its height. If yon cannot learn ti
paint decently , go to a more aooom
noda Ing teacher , willing to do yon
painting for yon , Then all yea wll
lave to do Is to sign ynnr name.
If Yea Are Rained
n health from any cause , especial ! ;
From the use of any of tha thonsam
nodtrunis that promise BO largely
with long fictitious testimonials , havi
no fear. Raaort to IIop Blttor * n
once , and in a short tlmoyon willhav
ho most robust and blooming hoaltb
This Is the auaaon for shopplnp
Thirty oonlH for luncheon U enong
capital to work on , and a lady ca
have just as too dreadfully awfully
good time pulling over the entire stoc
of a dozen or so stores without mone
as with It.
Bright' * Dlsoaso. DUbotes , Kldne
Liver or Urinary Disease
Ilavu no fear of any of these dli
oasoB it you use IIop Bitters , as the
will prevent and cure the worst case
oven when yon have been made won
by Borne great puffed-up protende
A tastt f ol ball costume of point lac
over oandlellghtr-on-the-frog-por ,
colored silk , may be gotten np at
coat of from five to eight hundred dc
Ian. Of oonm R Udr of fathlon wl
not appear In the atone ball dross a
An Extended Popularity.
BROWN'S BoiiNoiiiAt THOOUEA have
on before the public many years.
? hey are pronounced superior to all
other articles used for similar par-
> oscs. For Relieving Coughs , Gelds
and Throat Diseases. they nave boon
The fashionable theater hat is now
ullt two foot tall , and it should bo
loooratod on either sldo with a dozen
> r two of good sliid ostrich plumes ,
This style of hat Is always sure to
reato a sensation In the seat behind
Reliable help for the weak , nervous
nd debilitated dyspopllo Bufforer
ound la Brown's Iron Bitten.
Breach'of promise suiU are qoltc
aahlonablo this uoftlon with the fail
ox. They are rather expensive. An
laborato suit of this style , recently
gotten np , cost $75,000.
THAT 11US1JANDOF MINE
Isthroo timoi the man ho was bo-
ore ho began using "Wolla1 Health
lonower. " $1 Drriffalsti.
The latest brood in ladles' pot dugt
s called the dndo. Ho is not an im-
rovomont on the pug , and falls fat
> ohlnd the terrier , as ho possosee
loithor beauty nor pluck.
We Present no Pretended Miracle "Truth
Is Mighty and Must Prevail. " No 8ophls <
try can withstand the power of Its honest
Editor / Xvening I'rtns
UEAU Sm-Fcollng deeply grateful foi
he great bonoQU which I have received
rom the use of a very valuable article
which has ita origin nnd homo In our beau
iful city , and hoping that others who an
( Hlcted an I have been * may findllko roltol
roiu Itk use , I beg thu indulgence of a fen
iocs In your valuable pnper for the prlvl
ego of oommunloattni ; to you a brief atato <
ment of faot , for the benefit of the tnuV
Undo of sulTetors to bo met with on overj
life , Mnny of my frltiil" well know that
: havobeeuvcry [ < evrcly allllctocf with heart
lltoaee for n numlior of year ? , and have
ufferod from it ns only these can gullet
who have that dlanaae ; it reduoid uiy
trength so low that I could tcaroely walk
icrosii my room , and the loail exertion ren-
lered me so short-breathed that I dared
oarcoly move , and Ufa seemed very bur
densome. I was treated for my malady by
ho best physicians , and derived no benefit
rom their treatment or prescriptions un-
III was advised by my family physician
o use Hunt's Remedy , as mv trouble was
caused by Inaction of my kidneys , which
affecttd very seriously my heart I corn *
menced taking llfharlng little faith In it or
.ny other medicine , ) and It helped mo won-
lerfully , and I am now a great deal better
ind have been ever since I began its use.
in fact I have taken no medicine that ha
lenofitted mo so greatly. My breathing Is
easy , and I have gained in strength so
nuch that I am able to do my housework.
. ' cheerfully recommend Hunt's Remedy
o all who mav bo afllloted an I have been ,
or who are suiTerlnp from general debility
and nervoui nrostratlon , lle peot'y.
MH3 A.O. UOnKWKLL ,
1'earl St. , Providence , H. I.
A standard medicine for curing lirlght'i
Isoase , Dropsy , Kidney , Bladder nnd
} landular Maladies la Hunt's Remedy ,
female \Voaknon , Pain the back and
olns. Gravel , Dlnbotls. Intemperance ,
Bxcoss , and Prostration of the nervous sys <
em are cured by Hunt's Romedy. Hunt'i
lomedy imparts health nnd vigor to th (
lonstltutlon when It has become dobilita
ed. Hunt's Rsmedy restores the Invalid
Milwaukee & St. Fan !
I now running lu FAST EXPRESS IRAINI
OMAHA AND COUNCIL < BLUFF
Fnllman'8 Hagnlfloont Sleepan
E'inest Dining Oars in the World
IF YOU ARE GOING .EAS1
Or to anv point beyond i or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAUL OR MIHNEAPOI. ! *
Take the BEST ROUTE , the
OUoago , Milwaukoo&Sfc.PaulR'j
Ticket office located In I'aitoi Hotel , at oorne
arnam analFourUenth streeU and at U , P. D <
pot and al Mlllard Hotel , Omiha.
jarBoe Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Arent.
0. n. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
8. 8. MEH1ULL , A. V. II. OAnPENTER ,
General llanagtr. General Pass. Agnt
J. T. CLARK , QEO. II. IIEAFFORD ,
General Sup't. Aas't OP " s. Agio
Are acknowledged to be th
best by all who have pat thei
to a praotioal toat.
HARD & SOFT GOAI
OOKE OE WOOD.
Buck's Stove Co.
HAINT LOUIS , I
PIEKCY & BRADFOBI
IOLK Aocrra roa OMAHA.
Fi n j r nii > nl
/our - iileht work.
ittiiml tit > an J us * . torpbralnnt
Hop Uittr c Iwuta u HorWc
tf 7Ml > r ycnni ami I ltnrp-i ) rCLhi cv
lrt tlou or ill ; l | > I i tf TOIIKI * ntr-
tliHi or olrgli , old oil i.i ? , turtfrla.ii rrin
> oorh * Uli or UnjtuUhl Elntr ? JI a i > * d > ltii. !
at , rtlj on Hop )
wji n T r yon fcfl l ; from KU
that Tour ijittm , I form ot K lu nt > j
Qredi cl n tnir , ton. , M Itat ntiV\
. .inof tlmulatlnr , [ l > f nt < w nUd
u I bra timely UMO ?
r it Hop1 HopClttora
liter * .
fvima , VUnfV 0 I. O ' .
oruMnaryrom- Un ata&tato
Kovilt. tloorfj HDP U eor for
Uvtr ot knrts I dnuiDHtii. .
ni ot opltun ,
Too will be tobaeoo , tt
flop itttr *
pi/ weak tn > 1 slitt , Bindiot
lowinlrlK J.trr NEVE ! Ctrculw.
III ( t mny > o > irmia
IU . It Una rrn co
n ed hun- '
PILE OINTMENT . $ BO
O * -3EUOOUtCJ
OINTMENT . .7. . . 25
'oror and Anne Tonlo Cordial. . .1 00
STANDARD LIVER PILLS. . . 25
IITJEJ TT OTTSXl'tS
SURE CURE FOR CORNS 25
( Wurrantcil cr money rrfundcd. )
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Mamifactur-d liv W. J. Whltchomo , COS North
iBth St , Oinalit Neb. up 14m&Cm
ta WIFE. .
ha only Ilia authoilicd by her and which wtll
lot ba a "Blood and Thunder" etory , such M hat
con and will bo pul llnhpd , but a tmo life by the
nlT ( Ionian who li In posotslon of the facto a
althtul and dovototl wlfo. Truth Is mor * nttr-
ntlngtban flctlon. A ( rent * should apply otter-
Itory at onco. Qo 75 cti. for Sample book.
J > Chamber * &
* * * l.nnf Mo
CURES SCROFULA ,
do. SORES ,
do. ULCERS ,
do. BOILS ,
do. ERUPTIONS , ,
do. CATARRH ,
do. ECZEMA ,
do. RHEUMATISM , -
do. SKIN DISEASES ,
do. BLOOD DISEASES ,
REMOVES ALL TAINT ,
HEREDITARY OR OTHERWISE.
GREAT BLOOD REMEDY
OP THE AOK.
Yrlto for full patt'cutari , and llltln book "Mes-
MKO to the Uutortuuato Suffering. "
ta-tl.OOO Rnward will h paid to any
Chemist who will find , on analysis of ibfl bottles
if S. B. 9. , ono particle of Meicury , lodldt of
'otwwlum , or other Mineral substance. SWin
SPECIFIC CO. , Proprietors , Atlanta. Qa.
'rlco of Small Size , M i. f jM
Sice . . . 1.79
Rotn nv AMI rmuooisTS.
ITttt OharleaSt. BV.XiOtTIS Mo <
A REGULAR OKADUATI of two msdloa
eoU isslhas been Ionjer < nirared | la the treat
ment ol CHRONIC , NERVOUS , SKIN AKB
ILOOD Dltoasoi thaa any other physician In 01.
< ouls as city papers show and all old resident *
mow. Consultation free and Invited. Wnen II
U Inconvenient to visit the oltjr ( or trtatmsat ,
medlclnu can be sent'by mall or express svry >
whore. Curable cases guaranteed ; whsro draft
xlstn It Is frankly stated. Call or writs.
Nervous prostration , Debllltr. Mental
.nd Physleal Weakneas , Mercurial nd
other atieotlons of Throat. Skin and Bone
ilood Impurttlea and Ulo.KJ Polsonlag ,
llcln Affeotlons. Old ttorea and Uloeri.
.mpodlmcnts to Marriage. Hbeumatiam ,
files. Hpeoinl attention to oasofl from
iver.workei flUROIOAIi OAflBB
200 paee ths whol
story wen told. Many
receipts ; who may mat *
ry , who may not , why ,
" " " " ' " " "
T TT" causoa , consoquenest
and ran. Sealed ( or 25o postage or stamps.
HENDERSON A rrnulir giaduata
. , in mcdklne. Over 18
600 & COS WyandoUe St. , \ ears' practice 12
KA SAS01Ty , MO. In Chicago.
Authorized by the sttte to treat
ChroulcNorvoua and Private dls-
ease * . A'thuia ICpllepiy , llheu-
mattira , Pliia , Taps Worm , Urln-
aryatd Sklu Olioases , HsmiiAb
WBARRMS ( n | ht louts ) B XUAI.
I > KBIUTT ( lets ot sexual power ) Etc. Cures xuar-
ante < d or money lelULded. Oftrifis low. Thousands -
sands ot cases cured. No Injurious medicines
used no detention from builnou. All i > edl-
clnos turnlshel even to patient * at a distance ,
jotsullatlon free abd coi.udontlal rail ot writ * .
AKeBdeti > rlencaarelmporttuL A BOO for
x > i u sexes Illuitrattd and clronlaiB ol other
ihlngstent sealed for I wo So rtampe. FUKK
The Great Popular Remedy for Pile *
Sure cure for Blind , Bleeding * Itching F
And all forms of Hemorrholdal Tumors.
Those Burrearroiuu act directly upon the
ooaU of the Blood Vewcls. and by Uulr aatrlnnat
effects gently force the blood from the swollio
tumors , anduy making the coat * of the velas
strong , prevent their refilling , and hence a radi
cal cure Is sure to follow their use. Price , 75
cents a box. For sale by all druggists , or sent by
mall on receipt of price , by n lUhModlo l
Institute 718 bllvirst Ft
PERSONAIf "Parts of the human body
emargotj , developeil and atraugtboneO , " Uo.li
an Intercatlng altcrt lenient long run In our
. In ruply to inquiries we will say that
Eiper. no evidence tf humbug about this On
ilie contrary , the advertlwrs artr very hlubly in-
ilorood Intereaiud peruoiui iray get sualoil clr *
culan gtvlng all particular * , giving oil particu
larti , by addroulni ; Erie Medical Cc , , P. 0.
613 , fluffalo , N. Y. Toledo K n
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
FOR OLD ABO Ycs , MALI ABB FIMAU.
It U a sure , prompt and effectual remed * or V. '
digestion. Dyspepula , InUrmlttant Invert , Waal
of Appetite , Nervous Debility In all ItsStani " "
Weak Memory , Los * of Braii Ponrer , ProstratWj ,
Weakness and gtoeral Leas of Fo er. It npalii
uenoui waste , reJurenaU * the tadd lnt uo ( ,
strenththeni ths enfeehud brain and rector * *
surprising ton * and vigor to' the uhauattd ot > x
gans. Tboexperlenca ot thou andj prorMttl *
U aa Invaluabl * remedy. Prlo * , tUjQaboiiu ,
or six or IS. For sal * by all drureUU , M
secure from obserraUoa oa ree lpt ol
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