Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 04, 1883, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE DAILY BES MON-DAY' JUNE 1883
3avo the Largest Stock and Choicest Patterns of
f
Ever Broirg.it to the City , and at
than ever offered in this vicinity ,
IDO IsTOT
TO CALL AMJ ! EXAMINE STOCK BEFORE URCHASIHC ,
HARKNESS BRO'S ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
COUNCIL BLUrFS RAILROAD
TIME TABLE.
The following arc the times of arrlral and do-
rarturo oltrsiiia from the local depots. The
the trains start tram the Union Pulllc depot
about ten minutes oirller than bo'ow ' stated ,
and arrive at the depot about ten minutes later.
Iralna on paol line * and K. 0 , run on OMcago
time , a half hour faster than local. Wabaib
trains run on St. Ixmli time , twenty mluut &
( aster thin loca' . U , 1' . and Lincoln tralnsr JD
on Council UluOj time.
CHIOAOO , ROCK ISLAND AND PACIP10.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic Kit..5:20pro : I Faclflc Ex.0:15 } : am
Szand Mall".0:25am : Kx and Mall.0 5 p m
D. Molnes ao".7lS : a m | Des Molneaac.4:40 : p m
OIUOAOO , BUiaiNOTOif AMD QUINOT.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic Ext..5:35pm : Pacific Ext..9:20am :
IIall and Ex.0:10 : a m Mall and Ki'.7:00pm :
N. Y. Ex 6:20 : pin Kcb & Kaa Ex..3:10 : a m
OU1C100 AND NORTI1WKHTBRN.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic E.5:15p : ml Faclflc Ex.0:15 : a m
Mall and Ex.9 : : > 0ani Mall and Ux.6:15p : in
Accom (8at. ( ) . .B.M ) p m | Accom. ( Mon..l:45 : p in
KANSAS CITY , Sr. JOB AND COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Depart. Arrive.
Mall and Ex..9:55 : am I Express 5:35 : pin
. _ . „ 8)5p : ! ) I Mallard Hx..6' pm
cniotl H.CIHO.
Dgpirt. ArrlTo.
id x.ll:30 a. n. CTtrlaniKx. .
Lincoln Ex..11:20 : a. m. IcnrerBx . . .8:00a.m : ,
Denver Ex..7:00 : p. m. Local Kx 6 0 n. m.
Local Ex 7:25 : a. m. " Ex 0:05 : a. m ,
Emigrant..BSD p. m. " Ex P-OOa. in.
WABASIl , 87. LOUIS AMD PACIFIC.
Depart. Arrive.
Mail and Ex. . 9:45 : a m I Mall and Ex. . 4:30 : p m
Cannon Ball. . 4:50 : p m I Cannon Ball..11:05 : a m
BIOUl CITT AND PACIFIC ) .
Depart. Arrive.
orSloux Clty.7:55 : am Frm Sioux 0' '
or FortNiobrara. Frm Fort Nlourara ,
Neb" 7:55am : Neb * 6:50pm :
For Bt. Paul..7:40pm : From St. Paul..8M : a m
OHIOAOO. UILWAUKHR AND 8T. FAUL.
Leave Council Illuda. Arrives Council BlufTs.
Uall and Ex.fl:20 : a m I Mall and Ex.0:55 : pm
Atlantic Kit. . 15:15 : pin | Atlantic Ex..19:10 : a m
CHIOAOO , MILWAUKKB AND 8T. FAUL.
Loavca Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
Mall and Ex.7:15am : | Faclflc Ex 19:45 : am
Atlantic Et.3:40 | : p m | Mall and Ex.7-25 p m
Except Sundays. fExcept Saturdays. ( Except
Uoudays. ( Dally.
Council Dlutta to Omaha Street B. B.
Leave Council liluds. Leave Omaha.
8 a m , 9 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 I 11 n in , ipra , 2p m , 3 p
m , 4 p m , fi p m , 6 p m. | in , 4 p m , 5 p m , G p m.
Street cars run half hourly to the Union Pacific
Depot. On Sunday the cars bc ln their trips at
0 o'clock a. in. , and run regularly during the day
at 9,11 , 2 4 , 5 and n o'clock , and run to city time ;
V
\ CHICAGOjBURLINGTON&QUINCY
OKriOE OF FRHIOIIT AGENT , )
OMAHA AND COUNCIL ULUITS , May lu' , ' 83. f
Arracgem nta lure been made for the
Loading in Chicago Daily
Of ono or moro cars with
MERCHANDISE SOLID
CONSIGNED TOFARTIE3 IN
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Those carawdl como through to domination
without n'oppl u. ( Julck tlma Is thereby loaued.
rieaao order yiugooda vU 0. U. & Q , K. 11.
A , B. WEST ,
GENERAL AGENT.
CCO TO
H. R. JONES
FOR THE
Douglss Vapor Stoves
The best and alniplest In the world. Also for
74 Gasoline Stovta. Council Mluff > .
MES B J. HILTOH M D
, , . , , , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
222 BrtiodtrKv. Council Blutta
rnoa. orrioia. n. u. rueIT
OFFICER & PUSET ,
Oouncil Bluffs , la ,
Established , - - I860
Dealers In Foreign and Doiroetlo Eich nzo
nd
"Sy thorncfh Hnowlod e ot the tmtura ! 'vrt
frli'.oh KOVCIJ the operation * of Jkc.itloa 1,11 J
nnViltlcn , a .1 oy a careful application of kbi
One proprulud of woll-eiloctod Cocoa , Id ,
Kppt hw pnvidod oar lucaklint liblcs wlih t
dslicttoly floored beverjife , hlcti may Bars M
many heavv Jbctorj' bills. It la by the Judlcloct
BIS of inch artlclon of diet that k conaillalfoi
may be gradually built up until etronif eaoack
to rnlit every tendency to dlsoMe. llanJrodi
of gabtlo maladies are Coating around n < roadi
to aUick wh'jravoi there la weak polcl.t
may eione i iwy ( Atal bhaft by keeping ant
Mlvjs ucll tortifikd with pure blood and a ftsp
ti\y \ nourichcd fruns. " Civil eervico Onotl3.
llade ( Imply with boiling water or milk Eo'd
n tUo only ( J-lb and Ib ) , by Orocer9 , libeled
JAMBS BPPB it OU. ,
HomcBOpathlo Ohemlote ,
4 ( i.wl London. Hnglancl.
/
PERSONAIf-"P t of the human bodjr
> enlarged , de/clopwl and atrenzthened , " el9li
an Interesting adrert'iement long run In oil
piper , la reply to inquiries we will tiy that
there oo evidence ( ! humbug about tbla On
the contrary , the adrertlKra arr very highly ln >
doited Interested pereoni may get icalet cir
culars gtving all ntrtlculars , rtrlng all partlco
lars , by addresaln ? Crl < Medical Co. , V. O. | | .
618 , BaffUo'N. V Tel do K' n ; a
HOHT
-OF THK-
THKK.00.
K.0-0.
Milwaukee & St. Paul
RAILWAY
la now running Ita FAST EXPRESS .TRAINS
from
OHAHA AND COUNCIL 'BLUFFS '
WITH
Pullman's Magnificent Sleepers
-AND THK-
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
TO
CHICAGO' MILWAUKEE.
V
Or to any polntjbeyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOI&3G & NORTH
To
ST. PAtTXi OR MINNEAPOLIS'
Take the BEST ROUTE , thl
Chicago , Milwaukee&St.PanlR'y
Bokot office located In Paxtoi Hotel , at corner
Farnam and Fourteenth etrecta and at U. P. De
pot and al Mtllard Hotel , Omaha.
fJTSoo Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Arent.
0. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
MERRILL , A. V. U. OAHPENIKR ,
OenrralManager. General Pass. Agent.
LARK , OEO. II. IIEAVFORD.
OoncttlSurt. ( Asa'tOiu'ue.Aire
Are acknowledged to be the
best by all who kive put them
to a praotioal test.
ADAPTED TO
COKE OE WOOD ,
[ HANtrFAOTUKED BY
Buck's Stove Co. ,
SAINT LOUIS. |
PIERGY & URADFORD ,
SOLE AQENTS FOR OUA A
MAVERICK NATIONAL BANK.
Cor , Wotar and Congreit Btreati.
rBCSSVOBT.
CAPITAL , - - 8400.0OO
SURPLns , - - 8 i 00,000
Transactn a general Banking business. Re
ceives the accounts of Banks , Banker * and
othora. Draws Foreign Exchange and
makes Cable Transfer * in Kurope and Tel *
egraphic Transfers of Monep throughout
the United States , Buys and uolla Gov
eminent and other Investment Securities ,
and executes any business for Its Corre-
epondenti In the Una "f Banking.
ABA P. POTTEF Preildeni.
J. J. EDDY , Caihler.
J. W. WORK , A 't Cashier
mith'tno
tW Jf3t.iM < > * aun
\r of bUHine i.wt'H
.rvlliythe
i ar Jiitlto I -it
Hop UittfcfJ. rrvte un HOP. *
If yf.'l r j-mna unl urerL K rot.
Jucrevion or dliMpa
rleu ci dntrlr 010 or
pui.rhmlth or lui ui ii
ncit , ttlj ua Hop
Vfluwter yoaari-
nthmeTer yon frcl
< bat ycur njitem
ie 4 cJianlnK tor ,
ci itiinulutinc.
i
. . BLUFFS
ADDITIONAL LOO AL NEWS
WASTE OF WATERS ,
Further Details of tlio Ruin
Wrought by Indian
Creek ,
Fall Heavily Upon
Many 111 Able to Bonr
.Thorn.
The Humor * of Do nth Soeiu Uji-
iuunilod.
THE BEG has nlroady given ninny
dotnlls of tbo wreck and ruin caused
} y the great rnln of Friday night , and
, ho consequent ovorilowlug of Indlau
crcok , and yet there ecom on every
land loaeus to note and Incidents to
narrate , many of which will never bo
iblo to crowd their way Into print.
Thoeo who have lost tnoro or loss by
; ho Hood number hundroda , nnd among
he ae , those whoso lossea scorn light are
[ requontly among the greatest anffor-
era , as they had to struggle to got
what the mad torrent swept away BO
oanlly.
The rain which fell Friday night
woa one of the heaviest over known
lioro , and yet it soonii that uvou the
water , which came down In torrents ,
was not eulHclout to have caused the
ruin. It Booms that one or inoro water *
apouta must have broke in the BlatTo ,
thus letting an immense quantity
rush forth at once , for after the
rain had filled up all channels and
covered the level places , there soomud
to coino moro after more of water.
The water In the crcok rose in an hour
to as high as 35 feet in places.
The now Madison street culvert ,
jn , t completed at a coat of $0,000 ,
checked the on-coming torrent for a
time , but lu thus doing a largo quan
tity of water accumulated , the arch
not being largo enough for it to paaa
through. The body of water spread
over the banks , Hooding property
never before touched by high water ,
and then it began swooping around
Into Vine street. Had the culvert
still stood , the torrent would have
swept Vine street clean , but it gave
way , and the torrent came sweeping
on , and added to the already swollen
crook ; the water madly swept away
other bridges , dashed over the btnkn ,
and flooded Washington avenue and
Vine Dtoot on ono side and Broadway
on the other , and found rest only in
; ho bottom lauds , where it spread
taelf , rising inch alter inch there ,
but with no such awift current as
caused ruin in the upper part of the
city.All
All along Broadway buddings were
flooded , and the water going down
oven moro quickly than it roe ? , left
mud and rubbish covering everything
while sidewalks and crossings wore
scattered hither and thither , and cul
verts and fills washed out , leaving
many 'dangerous places in the streets
and walks.
Mrs , Monroo'a largo frame honao ,
Sixth street , was cut in two , and the
main part floated off. E , B. Wheeler ,
a painter , merits special mention for
his bravery in rescuing two women
from the second story of this house
while it scomod every minnto that the
building would go all to pieces.
Frank street at Benton street
bridges , though badly damaged , can
bo soon put in condition for travel.
Market si root bridge , which wan
considered so weak that the city hna
tboughtof rebuilding it , stood the rush
of waters , Ita height doubtlees sav
ing it.
Justice Schnrz suffered much leas on
hla four honaon on Mynstcr street a"d
Seventh. Ilia barn was ewopt away ,
iiis buggy wrecked and his horse swept
down the stream with post and part of
a fence to which ho waa hitched. Tbo
tiorso iras finally pulled out all right.
In the upper part of the city there
was also much damage along the creek.
The old Powers homestead
now owned byGeorgo R. Beard , stood
at the roar twenty foot aboro the bad
of the crook , and yet the water rene
four feet all over the orchud , but It
Bubildod moro quickly than it rose , it
not being three minutes going down
again.
The water came with such a rush ,
and in such waves In the upper part
cf the city that man * believe that it
was the result of no rain clouds , bat
of waterspouts among the bluifr.
0. Qeieo's bridge on Broadway was
damaged but not swept away. The
filling on upper Broadway was swept
away leaving the piled lately driven
there still standing.
Swan's packing homo suffered. His
smokohonso was swept away with
7,000 pounds of moat. The scales
sidewalk and three wagons went.
The brick culvert running from
frank street across Broadway had its
top torn off , and the bridge above
there leading to Orescent Oity was
badly damaged , but will bo repaired
at once so that travel may bo re
sumed.
The Main street iron bridge , which
cost $5000 ; , is atrown all along the
banks.
A largo number of cattle and hogs
were swept down the creek , and the
budleo Ho scittorod on the bottoms.
Mrs , Homor'e house on Washington
avonno wai mropt away.
Martin Lawler'a house , occupied by
Alex. Obort , was partly taken off ,
also John Spring's houao on Grcon
street.
Georco Robot ! lost his honeo on
upper Broadway , furniture and all.
He barely escaped with three of his
children , the other two and his wife
being at Mr. Hammer's at the tlmo ,
Ho is a hard working man , and is uow
left entirely destitute ,
Aid , Siedentopf lost 000 foot of
sidewalk and COO feet of fence
Ben Riddle's 400 feet of sidewalk
and fence was wrecked , and also 400
feet of sidewalk gone in front of
property between Bledontopf d
Riddle's.
The brick yards were swept awa
completely , including lumber , toe
houses and all , There were four of
these : Beasley Bros. , George Frou-
bio , Hammer & Hainoa and Winches
ter & Froxloy ,
Winchester's grist mill was bxdly
dama&cd water soaked.
Oonrad Tornodon lost IfiO feet of
picket feuco , and had his house
flooded.
The Plurco street school house fence
went clean.
There is not a foot of sidewalk In.
Uot on either side of Broadway from
Osk etroot to John Olauaon'n real-
dene ? , n distance of half a mlle or
more ,
William Koolino'a 300 foot of picket
fence la hanging on the treoi.
John Steltor's tenant honto on
Broadtray was badly undermined and
sagged.
J. Nonormoyor h.\dto move out , his
family at midnight , ft d lost femes
also outbuildings , besides being
iloidcd.
Caspar's gardens suffered greatly.
Flvo private bridges abort * GolBo's
brewery were swept owny , two of them
being foot bridges' the othora wagon
bridges
There is not n house on Broadway
from Oak to Union street , but whut le
badly damaged by mud aud wstor and
moro or less outbuildings , foncee , etc. ,
gone.
Notwithstanding the rumors of par-
sous being drowned none yet teem to
bo well founded.
ASSISTANCE TKNPKKKtl.
The following telegrams will explain
thcmgolvoi :
OMAHA , June 2 , 1883
To lldjor Bowman , Council Bludn.
Omaha very much rogrota to hoar
of the torrlblo fl * od which vlaltod the
Ulmffa laat night. If your eletcr city
CAn render you any nsaUtnuco let mo
know.
CHAMPION S. OHASK , Mayor.
COUNCIL BLUKKS. Juno 2.
Champion S. Chase , Mayor of Orraha.
Wo are now out of danger. No
llvoalost. In behalf of the city I re
turn you and your city thanks for
your over ready aneliUnco.
THOS , BOWMAN , Mayor.
The water works company will not
lose tuoru than $500. In suma plaocs
mains were washed almost out ,
and where the pipes of the
company and of thogas works
rosBod the crook , they wcro
rokou off almost like clay plpo steins ,
ho Glen avenue reservoir has con-
dorablo water in it which must be all
inmped out.
The two horses swept down the
ream when the barn bolot.cliig ; to
ho Orvls packing houao wont , were
u Siturday found in the lower part
f the city all right , save uome brntnos
ud scratches.
A. Louie's loss to residence will bo
1,000 , and besides this ho lost $1,000
f fine dried venison.
DaYol & Wright had several thou-
and dollars worth of goods in their
ollar , which was flooded , the damage
elng qaito heavy.
Frank Lavluo lost several hundred
ollaro by the water soaking his fine
oaf tobacco.
Green & Co. , pork packers , had
much bacon soaked.
The stores all along lower Broadway
iiad their floors covered frith from
ivo to eight Inches of mud.
P. C. Dawson's lime honeo was
wept quite a distance and landed on
Broadway. His lime , cement , toob ,
and n largo quantity of sand were
cattered.
The neat little cottage owned by Dr.
Jawrcnco , and occupied by Mr. Dark-
son , was moved off its foundation , and
bridge timbers kuockod a great helen
n ita aide.
Tom Hill's horse wa * taken about
150 foot down the creek and the con
tents ruined.
The Chicago & Northwestern yards
have boon filled in with from one to
three foot of mud.
Mrs. Bernard , on Wyandotte street
lost all her household good , the build
ing in which they wore stored being
ruined.
Siblcy & Go , , the commission mer
chants , lost several tons of butter
their basement beiug flooded.
The mains of the gas company croea-
Ing the crook being broken of ! , that
part of the city north of the oruok Ic
without light from that source , at
least.
The water did not make so much
havoc on Main struct an wits at first
reported. Some of the now-filled
earth waa swept away , and much flood
ing of cellars wan done , but little li
anything swept away.
J. T. Hurley very nearly drowned
Friday night , while assisting n poet
family to escape from their flooded
houio in hio noighbarhood , but Jack
being tall managed to keep his head
above water and got the family to hie
residence , where they were saf l ;
kept and are yet.
Jacob Nourmeyor'u damage to yard
collar , etc , will roach about $400.
J. M. Given had his store damaged
to the extent of several hundred del
lars.
lars.Mrs
Mrs , Ami Buttorfield's house anf
forod to the extent of $300.
Oscar Yaunkeman had carpoti
spoiled and other damage.
Y. Jennings had a number of hogi
swept away and other property
damaged to the amount of $050.
Ono of the worat wrecked houses
was one belonging to Officer & Pasey
near the bridge on Sixth street , anc
occupied by Dick Rjckeita and Thoma >
Hill. It was carried two hundred
feet or more. Mr. Rlokotts had t
narrow escape for himself and child
which ho was carrying off in his arms , hi
having fallen three times in deep water
The women in the French laundry
had a narrow escape also , They wore
taken out after the house had boon BO
i float.
Mr. Boccioft had also a close call
Ho wai taken off Flrat street brldgi
jatt before the Btruc'aro fell.
There are almost rumborloas olho
losses reported of small amounts
Among them are J. J. Nuwton , $50
G. H. Brown , $300 ; Chris. 13)801. .
leas of lumber and damage to build
Ing , JCOO ; Mrs. Clinton , fences ant
hosohold goods , ? 500 ; B. Grahl , $300
Walt Young , g300 ; 0. Whitney
$300 ; J. II. Paoo , $100 } J. P. Weaver
vor , $100 ; A. D. Footer , tr-nomon
house , $30 ; Gaorgo II. Jones ant
roomers , $000 ; F. A. Burke , $500 ; 8
Werrloh , $100 ; Mrs Newman , $300
Mrs. liundrlcka , $100 ; Jas. Mithon
$300 ; Phil. Armour , $000 ; Johi
Stngg , $200 ; V. Button , $400 ; Mrs
Miller , $300 ; W. 0. Unthank , $200
Jamoa F. Spare , $700 In honoeholi
goods ; Wells Cook $500 in con
wood.
Paul Banquet had hla barn dam
aged and lost a wagon and som
harness ,
L. II , Hammer had gome of hi
lumber carried off.
Ono of the heaviest personal loser
by the ( boil vas Mr. Dofjany. His
now opera house runs bai-k to within
a few foot of the creek , and ho had , at
CiiDsldornble expanse , trlod to protect
the foundations by drlvlnp pilua and
fillinc lu dirt. Thin even could not
stnud thu rush of waters , and the
building was undermined , causlna a
lai go portion of the wall to fall. The
baaomunt was tilled with water , and
how far thnt lisa cHooted the root of
the foundation It la difficult to deter
mine. Ono of the sldo walla la
cracked , ntid it will probably take
$0,000 to put the building In na good
shape an It wao before , nnd perhaps
more. This disaster excites much
sgajpathy , t\8 the public took much
pridu In the enterprise , and cannot
bat regret to neo euch a heavy losa fallen
on its projector and Mich n check lethe
the speedy complciton of the build-
In i ;
C. E. Stouo'a residence , on Vine
atroot , was flooded badly.
The washing away of the newly
completed Madison street culvert has
made much talk. There haa been
much dlecaoalon before about thla cul
vert , HOIUO claiming it hud coat too
much , othora that It waa not rightly
constructed. The fact that It wont
out first la taken by such as evidence
of the truth of their assertions. It
cost the city $0,000 , nnd was Intended
us a ourt ot dam as well an bridge ; but
it seems now that it served the
purpoau of n dam too well
and that of a bridge too poorly. The
rush of wutera WAS kept back , by If ,
thus causing the flood to spread over
both aides , and cover property never
before offcctod , and when aIargo | body
of water was thus acumnlatoa , the
giving away of the culvert lot it sud
denly looao , thna allowing it to come
with ncnmulatod for.io and volume ,
swooping down on the property below ,
and tearing everything away. The
market street bridge , which , on the
other hand , was coualderud very mi-
oafo , and lu fact is no now , was so high
and had BO wide aopan that it allowed
the water to pass freely , nnd it stands
to-day , the only ono between upper
Broadway and Eighth Btroot. It Icoks
ua if the theories about the improv-
ment of Indian crook will needs bo
modified.
The 0. , B. & Q and Wnbanh Boom
not to have boon affected. The Milwaukee -
waukoo & St. Paul suffered considera
bly , nnd no west bound trnlua wore
able to got this aide of Neola , while
the company's brldujo nt Park's Mills
waa Impnoatiblo. The Rock Inland
tralua run out on the 0. , B. it Q. to
Crnon. The Nortliwestern was not
ublo to got trains in or out but yoRtsr-
day cuuia by Omalm and Blair. List
evening th ° lluok Inland was nblo to
go out ou Itu own track , the Northwestern -
western wont by Omaha , and the other
roads tvero running as usual except
the Milwaukee it St. Paul , on which
travel whs still interrupted.
Tim BUB'S firat estimate of the loaa
scouia to have been moro nearly cor
rect than nuy other , nnd thoao who
have baon talking wildly about it ,
reaching up to a million , now ndmlt
that it will not bo for from $ 200,000 ,
of which $50,000 fall on the city
proper.
* Ladioa , if you would bo forever
redeemed from the physical disabili
ties that , in thonaanda of caeoa , de
press the spirit and absolutely fetter
all the energies of womanhooa , you
have only to got Lydln E. Plnkhom's
Vegetable Compound.
Ono of the substantial Institutions IH the
Marriage Fitiitl Mutual Trust Afsociation
of Cedar Rapid ? , Iowa. Legally organ
ized , ollicerod nnd inunngoil by reliable
men. Kvcry unmnrrlod person should
, have n corllflcnto in thla nnsoclntlnn , It la
n BplondlJ investment. Write fur circu
lars , Good nuonta wanted.
COMMERCIAL.
OOONCII , IILUFKH HAUKET.
, WlIKAT-No. 2 spring 85oj No. S , 70
rejected fiftc ; teed donmuil ,
- CoiiN Tlioro U not enough corn coining
In to make n market ; doilern paying 38j
rejectoJ corn Chicago , 2-r > o ; now mixed.
5jc ; whits corn , 53c. The receiptn of corn
are light.
OATS Scarce and In good demand ; 83.
HAY B 00&7 CO per ton. 35 per bale.
Ryu 10@15c ; light Hiiiiply.
COIIN MEAL 1 y.r > jmr 100 pounds.
Woon Good supply , pricoa nl yards ,
500@GOO.
COAL Uellvored , hnrd , 11 00 i > or tonj
soft. 5 50 per ton.
, BuTTKH (3ood butter scarce nnd ( u fair
demand nt 25W35c ; creamery , Sfio.
Keas ltc dy i lo and plenty at
POULTRY Finn ; denlem paylui ; 13o per
pound for turkoya and lOc for chickens.
VKQKTADLKH l'otatoei , GOc ; onlonn , 50o :
cabbogen , SO ® lOo per dozen ; apples , 2 CO
@ 3 50 per barrel.
, City Hour from 1 CO to 3 ' 10.
IJliOOMH 2 003 00 per dozen ,
BTOCK ,
OATTLK 3 00@3 50 ; calves C 00@G 60.
HOOB Market for hogg quiet , as the
< packing houaoB are cloning ; shippers are
paying C 00 to G 75.
DEHEUVINO OP OoNriDENOE. There
is no article which so richly deserves
the entire confidence of the communi
ty aa BUOWN'S BHONOIIUL TKOCHEH
Thoao Buflurlng from Asthmatic and
Bronchial Diseases , Coughs and Colda
, should try them , Price 25 cents.
Young man or woman , If you want
big money for a small amount , take a
certificate In the Marriage Fund Mut
ual Trust Amcclation , Cedar Rapids ,
Iowa ,
Tne Sou Serpont'd filvul.
Virginia City KnterprUe ,
The big fiah of Lake Tahoe again
made hla appoaranoa day before yoB'
torday. 11 o suddenly rose in front ol >
the steamer Governor Stanford and
dltputod lior pisango. There wa ;
qutto n rc'U h tussle for about tot
; mlnuttH , when the fitli leaped upward
and snapping t u" the bowsprit , went
away with 1in i'.n mouth. Aa the
fieh lu making ro much trouble the
owmru uf the steamers will send below
low for n harpoon to ha fired from ;
cannon , r.nd will try to kill it , Here
tofore thii Csh JIKB only been seen twc
or three times In the pant twentyfiv (
yearn In 1808 ho attacked a larg <
boat and drowned four Canadl.tuH
einco which time he has not been eeoi
till thU year.
Princes , potentates , plain people
everybody needs &unuritun Nervine
OfdrugilatBlCO | ,
Col. n. Waters , U. S. district attorney
tornoy , Kansas City , said : "ib'umuri
tan Nervine cured my niece of
apaama , " Druggists In all state
keep it ,
Is Good health , rouy cheeks and beau
tlfal bkln , ladies can got by
rs Brown's Iron Blttore ,
ARMY OFFIOER'S TESTIMONY.
Captain iTonoph Ii , llnydon , retldlng at
No. 021 Fourth street , South Boston ,
Mnsn , formerly captain In tlio army , DOW
with the Walworth Mniiufacturlng Co
pany , South Itaston , writer , April 211,1883 :
" \Vlillo living In Cnmbrldgcport my wife
wAs lllictcd with terrible pninsln her back
and ! lile , pccompanled with tfircat weak
HOPS nnd losa of appetite. She tried many
no-called remedies without avail , growing
rnpldly wotte , when her attention wan
called to Hnut B llsmodv. She purchased
n bottle frow Ijowcll't drug atore , In Cam-
liridgoport , nnd after taking the first deco
nho bcKnn to feel oulor , BIO | could ulcep
wcl and after continuing It" use n nhort
time the pcvoro pnlnn In her back ntiii elilo
entirely dUappoarcd , and ho Is n well
woman. Many of our relative * nnd friend *
hnroiHcd Hunt'i ) UeiutHly with the most
; ratlfylng retmUc. I finvo recommended
t many tinier , and an many tlmoi hoard
the ramc ntory. Hunt'H Kcmcdy i all that
In claimed for It , ami n real lilexalng to nil
ollllctcd with Kidney or li\\et \ trouble , "
MADE A MAN OF HIM
Mr. C. ( ! . Wheeler , No. i ! : Auntln Street
Cnmbrldgrport , Mass. , innkcn the follow-
In remarknhlo ntntrmpiit. Oci April 17 ,
1883 , ho MrltoH n followr : ' 'I have koou
troubled with klilney dl < inio for nearly
twenty years. Have nilforcd at tlmcH
with toirlblo palim In my hark and llmlx.
I UFod many mcdlclncn , tint found nothing
reached my ca o until I took 1 hint's Hem-
fdy. I purchased n hottlo of A.I' . GlUon.
730 Tremont Street , Boston , nnd before I
had lined this bottle I found relief , and con
tinuing Itx unp , my palnn and weikiiCHu all
dliuppenrcd , nnd I feel like n now man ,
with new Ufa ami vigor , 1 hint's Itemedy
did wonirra for UIR , nnd I have nn hoM-
tnncy in recommending It to nil sllllcted
kidney or liver dUeae , us I am | io ltlro
that tiy Itn tire they will tind Immudlato
relief. You may tire thla letter In any way
you olioi p , on thnt the people may kuow
of n Hiiro inodlluco for the euro of nil dls
non of kldncyH nml Hver. "
KiTAllUSUKU l&.S.
eiDK HruiNa AITAOHMKNT-NOT PATKHI
Kl ) .
A. J. .SIMPSON. .
LKADINQ
CARRIAGE FACTORY
lipg mil 1111 Voifo atrool ,
_ _ wnR-inrflm OMAHA ,
aiOUX FALLS
Jasper Stone
( INCOltrOKATKI ) ]
This Company la now prepared to receive ordori
for
SIOUX FALLS JASPER
STONE
,
FOR
Building Purposes ,
And will make lleiirea on round lots for piompt
dolh cry , The Uompany lu BhlppInK
, BLOCKS
To both Chicago and Omaha , and solicits corrra-
lomlenco and orders from contractors oil-
a cd In pailn ntruelH In anv of the
Western U.tlca.
TESTIMONIALS.
, Chicago , West Divis
ion ItallHiy , CnlcaRO , Deoombir B , Ib82. D
; Klwell , r/i-sliloi t Hlonx I'alld Water IMuer Coin-
) mny. Dear Sir I ha\o recoh oil from j our com
pany rlnco October 1 , ISM , about 100 tar loida
ol K'lnlto pa\lnK blocks and liruolnUl them bo-
; tw uei * tbo r lli of our si root rallu ar tracks In the
. heart of the city. 1 liato been usliik' ra\li < K ma
terial In this city form ny yearn , anu I takoploa
sure In fajliitf tint In my olnlon ; tlm r'nlto
paving lilncks turnliihed by your coni | ny are
the moit regular In tlmpo anil pvrfo t In form ,
and ( o far H I havu been abln to judgu , are poa-
ncoaod of as durable ftaturo an any material that
haa over been offeiod or laid In I no city. .
Yours , JAH. K. LAKH
ICopy. )
Hr. Louw , Harch22 , 1833.
TO WIluil IT MAY CONCIUIN
Tills Is to certify that I haroeiamlnrJ apiece
of granite taken from the Slonx Kails Oranlto
Qtiarrlo ! , and. lo my opinion , It Is the beat stone
for street paving I have teen In America.
( Signed ) IIENUY FLAD ,
I'res. Hoard Public Improrcments.
Stone for Paving Purposes
And any pcrton lntercit < d InBUchltnprovomentl
will find It greatly to his tdxantago to
communicate with us. Wo Invite
OOIIUESI'ONDENOE ON THE
SUBJECT.
The general managcmunt and euporvlslon ol
the company's bu > lncsn Is no < v In the hands
of Win. llclialo.
Addrosa your letters teA
A , G. SENEY ,
1'rotldent.of the Jispcr Ktono Co ,
ml'mic-tf
EiVCt XjiOTTXiS
PAPER WAREHOUSE
GRAHAM PAPER CO.
217 and 210 Nprth Main Ht , St. Leula.
UIIOI.KSAI.K UKiLKUSIN
HOOK , ) nflncnQ twumvo
' NK\va , r ;
f
ENVELOPES , CAUD I10A1II ) AND
: Printers' Stock
paid for Itiga and Taper Stcu' < , Sera
Iron and MeUlH.
Taper Stock rt'artliousta 122U to 1237 , N'ortl
Sixth etrcct. may'JtUni
"FOIl TABLK USE. "
The Natural Mineral ,
KAISER WATER
From Blrronborn on tlie
iuuoiiMKNDii : : ) IIY TIII : inoiirsT MHD ;
CAI < AUTIIOUITIKH.
FRKD'K IIOI.I.KNUKH & CO. , Hole airirt or th
U. a. and Canuli , 115 , 117 , 11U [ blm Ht. , r-V
ALMA at E. KEI1H
DEALER IN
Fine Millinery
HAIR GOODS ,
WAYE3 , BANGS , ETt
Stock Entirely Fresh and Urn
109 ICth Street , Opp. Pottoflicc.
JOHN STAHIKg , JEIIOME FCIIAMP ,
I'rfMdont Vice Prcs'l.
W. S OEISIIE.V , Sto aiLlTrcaa.
TEE NEBRASKA
CO
Lincoln , Neb ,
MANUFACUllEUS OF
Oorn Flant'rs Harrowi rnrm Roller * ,
Sulky n.iVet Ducket llevatl K rVlndmll * .
We are propMo. ! to do Jot ) work aud manufac-
lurliiK for other parllra ,
A Jil' ' en all nrifoin to tht
MhllKASKA MANUFAOTL"ltINO CO ,
Lincoln , Neb ,
SHOES & ARCTICS.
10,000 , CASES ,
Including Btnndnrds and gradm to
match , nro dfrrnd to the jobbing trndo
ut Ices than mnnnfAotnrcrV pricoa by
FIELD , THAYFR & 00- ,
170 Congr-cii Btreit
BOSTON.
SOLID SHOT AGAIN bT
Blood Poison.
. Oa. , Aprl 17 , 1883.
tbo Ucllm of torrlblo Ulorxl
I'oldon , and after bolni ; traitml by three phyd-
o'answanco ' fined to my boil , not able to r lw
my hand to my hoid nplt'lnr up c'ol nf blood ,
and roiliic d In weight from ISO t-i llOpvimli
1 Uonb'iran tin meolSWHTS Bl'KCIFU , an
n IVM than three mouth * w i entirely wol
welched 191 and Imo never hid
njmptom of the dlnraie alnco If II hi ) a
been for Swltt'n Specific 1 would have boon
myitrno. [ JOHN V IIIS'JOP.
THUD HOT 8PRN 18 TWO YEARS Wl fH-
OUT RELIE * .
Mercurial Khcmiutlsm nmdo mo a cr
After iiInn Hut Hprlnta t.vo joira and the
citry and I'ottih tria ineiitiitull 1 WM a ekclcton
and in.ablo t ] do injthln ; , I v > a profalled
upon to tsUoacoilMO cf N S , S. A'turtakln '
thro bottlin my api > o'ltewgi \ \ \ t ) t mproMan
I Dallied llcsh rapidly.Uirii I hud t Ko
tnvlM ) InltlcH I felt n \\ull an I c\ur'did. I la
now t ( ho m mllu nlnco I took S H , S. My
heilthand aVpdtto uro gcol , and I am able to
attend to nil the bunlnrmi I can RCt.
Hot HprhiRi , JAII. 1 , 1B83. CIIIK. IIKRCI.
" I HAH imWAlU ) will ho paid to nr
S"I 1 , UUU ChrinlHt who will flml , on analjdta
ol 100 botnw of H.S. S. , ono particle of Mercury ,
Iodide ol I'otawtuin , or other Mlnoral Hiilmtanca.
TUB HWIKT SrKCIKlU CO. ,
Drawer 3 , AtlantA. Qx
Our llttlo book mailed free (
Dr , Felix Lo trim's
GDr trim'sG
PREVENTIVE AND OUIIE
FOR EITHER SEX.
ThU remedy hclne Injected directly to the eoat
ol the dlieime , rtiiutreit no change ol diet or nail-
oniiH , motcuiial or rolsonous niccHclnoa to betaken
taken Intcrnaltj , When used
AS A PREVENTIVE
by cither iut.lt Is Inip'silbto to contract any prl *
- vato illHi'a c , lint In ) ho cim of tlicno already
UNFORTUNATELY AFFLICTED
wo pnrantc'oS hoxci ta euro or o w II refund
the money 1'ilcu by mill , poatagu paid , $2 per
box , or Sboxui far $5.
Written Guarantees
- Hanoi by nil authoilzo 1 agents.
1)11. FKLIX LE IIIIUN & CO. , Hole I'ropi.
- 0. F. noodma , Diuggla , Solo /Kent , for
Omaha , Neb , miuawly
HEALTH IS WEALTH
DK i : . 0. WKHI'ri NIRVX AMI IIiuiv TRRAT
MENT , a giiarinteud npnclflo for ll ) lerU , Dlzzl-
ets , Coiivulsloni ) , Fits , Norvl ua Neuralgia ,
loadarhe , JMIMOTH Prostration caused by the
UBO of alcohol or tobacco , WakofullncMH , Mental
cprcfls on , Naftenlng of the train resulting la
naaiiity and'oidlng to inliory , decay , and donth
'rcmituro Oh ! Age , llarrontoes , Lore cf power
n cither soi , IiPolutiUry Io > its and Bpermat-
irJhwa earned l > y otercxertlon of the brain ,
ull btuo or ovcr-lndiilKoncoM Kich box ion.
.ilna one mcnth't trratmriu. tl.CO a box , or six
10x01 for $5 00 sent by mall prepaid on receipt
of price.
WE OU > .HANTEU SIX DOXF.S.
To cure my cue. With each order received by
us for fix ooxes , accompanied with 13 00 , wo will
end the puichai'jr our written guarantee to rc-
und the money If thu treatment docs not cflocl
acuio. Quanntco ] uoJonlybf.
0. F. (100DMAN
in ior w Ir Drutriilit Omaha Neb.
Authorised by the sttto to treat
Cbronlc.Norvoin and 1'rlvato dla-
raacs , A'thma. Kpllvnay , Ilheu *
matltm , 1'llai , TaiioVjrm , Urln-
ary and Skin Ulioasos , HIMINIL
AVxAKNKSH ( nl ht losae * ) SnxuAi.
ess of sexual power ) Etc , Cures guar
anteed or money refunded , Gnaws low. Thou.
B.uida of cases cured. No Injurious moillclnos
teed No detention from bmlncea. All ruedl *
clnm furnlshel even to patients at a distance ,
u Coi.9iillatlon free and coutldintUl call or write.
AKO and uirerlimcoaro Important. A UOOrX for
boi h BOXIB Illiutratod and circulars of other
unt souled for two 3o etauips. FUEE
;
Cl7Kt Ohtrlf-nSt , ST JLOU18 Mo.
, ' . KEQULAU OKADUATK of two mtdlca
Lollr ( { illi 9beoa longer cne kxl ; In the treat
ment of OimONIO. NKRVOUS. SKIN AND
DLOOD Ultensci than auy other phyilcUn In St.
Louis M city pitprm eho * and all old ronldenll
know. CouftilUtlon free tnd Imttod. When II
le Incontonlnnt to visit the cltj for treatment ,
medlcluee can bo cent by null or expre < every ,
.here. Curable asta guaranteed , whore dontl
ffxluln It la ( richly eUtad. Call cr wrltt.
Nervous prostrntion , Debility , fent l
ami Physical Weakueea , Mrrcurlal and
other affections of Throat , Hkln aud liono
Ulnod Impurltlod and Ulojd 1'otnonlng ,
HUln AlIectlnnH , Old Sorsa nnd Ulcern ,
ItDpetllmenU to Marriaue , Uhcumatttm ,
t'ilei. Bpnolal attention to casea from
Gvor.workedT xln. BUltUIOAL OABKS
receivn mieciuOlttcntlnn , Dlacnaea arlilny
from Impru'leiroe , Kioeauos , InduUenoo *
! SU ) pajjes th wool
MARRIAGE- well told , llanj
receipts ; who m ymi.
* y > who " "y Ml' wh
cautei , consoqutooci
ftnd curt. Bealad lot 25o pottage or ttunpa.