Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 16, 1883, Page 7, Image 9

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    THE DAILY HFiK OAF U ! \ . AH\n V V .IIT\R IS
THiil BAIL ? BEJS-SATURDAK JUNE 16
IJARKNESS BRO'S.
DRY GOODS & CARPET HOUSE.
Have the Largest Stock and Choicest Patterns of
CARPETS !
Ever Brought to the City , and at
.than ever offered in this vicinity ,
3DO 2STOT T ATT.
TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING.
. , . HARKNESS BRO'S ,
* . 401 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
PALACE MUSIC HALL ,
The Largest and Most Reliable House for
MUSIC , TOYS I FANCY GOODS
In The West.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WEBER , LINDEMAN , AND HARDMAN
WESTERN AND EASTERN COTTAGE AND BURDETT
For Cash or on Time Payments.
J , MUELLBB , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
TIME TABLE.
The following are the time * of nrrlial aid departure
parturo of trains from the local depots. Teethe
the trains start from the Union PajfflB depot
about ten m'nutca eirller than below stated ,
and arrlvo at the depot about ten minutes later.
Trains on pool lines and K. U , rua on C1 tca o
time , a half hour ( alter than local. Wabasb
trains run on St. Louli time , twenty mlu
faster than loca1. U , P. and Lincoln trains an
on Council Bluttj time.
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic Ext. . .520 p ml Paclflc Ext..9:15 : a m
Ex and Mull".9:25 a rn I Ex and Mall . .G:55p : tu
D. Molnca oc.7:15 : a m | DCS Molnca nc.4:40 : p m
oniOAOO , BDEUNQION AND QUIMCT.
Deport. Arri\ .
Atlantic Ext..5:35 : p ml Paclflc Ext..8:20 : am
Mall anil Ex.9:10 : am Mall and Kx.7:00pm :
Y. Ex 6:20pm : | Neb Is Has Ex..9:10 : a m
CHICAGO AND SOBTUWKSTKttN.
Depart Arrlvo.
Atlantic Kxt..E:15p : ml Paclflc Exj..0:15 : ft m
Moll and Ex * . . 9:20 : am Mall and Ex.0:15 : pm
Accom ( Sat. ) . .6:50 : p m | Accom. ( Mon..lt5 p m
KANSAS CTTT , ST. 'OS AND COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Depart. Arrive.
Hall and Ex..9:55 a m I Express 6:35 pm
K p : w.m. , , 8:25 : p m | Mall and Ks.v.C'JC p ra
Depait Arrive.
erltnd 2X11-JO a. m. Overland Ext:00 : p.Jra.
Llnoola Ex..11:30 a. BI. leaver Ex . . .8 00 a. ra ,
Denver Ex..7:00 : p. m. Local Ex 630 a. ra.
. local Ex 7:25 a. m. " Ex 9.050. m.
VEmigrant..620p. m. " Ex PjOOa. m.
WABASII , BF. LOUIS ADD PACIFIC.
Depart. Arrlvo.
Mall and Ex. . 9:45 : a m I Mall and Ex. . 4:30 : p m
Cannon Ball. . 4:50 : p m | Cannon Ball..11:05 : a m
SIOUX CTIY AND PACIFIC.
Depart. Arrh e.
or Sioux Clty.7:55am : Krm Stoux C'y.6:53 : p m
or FortNlobrara. Frm Fort Nloorara ,
Neb * 7:55 : m Neb * 6:60pm :
For St. Paul..7:40pm : From St. Paul..8:50 : a m
- | CHICAGO. MILWAUKBK AND ST. PAUL.
"
> Leave Council Bluffs. Arrives Council Bluffs.
3 Mall and Ex.920am I Mall and Ex.6:55 : pm
} Atlantic Ex.5:15pm | : | Atlantic Ex..19:10 : a m
* tllOAOO , MILWAUKBB AND ST. PAUL.
, Leaves Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
' MallandEx.7:15amPaclfloEx : | 19:45 : am
Atlantic Ex.3:40 | : p m | Mail and Ex.7-25 p m
I 'Except Sundays , t Except Saturdays. ( Except
I Mondays. ( Dally.
Council Blufta Ss Omaha Street B. B.
Leave Council lilufls. Leave Omaha.
8 m , 0 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 111 a m , pm , 2p m , 3 p
m , 4 p m , 5 p m , 6 p m. | m , 4 p m , 5 p m , G p m.
Street cars run holt hourly to the Union Foctflo
Depot. Ou Sunday the cars begin their trips at
0 o clock a. m. , and run regularly during the day
at B , 11. 2 4 , S and 6 o'clock , and run to city time !
CHIOAGO.BURLINGTON&QUINOY
OFFICE OF FREIGHT AGENT , )
OMAUA A > D COUNCIL BLUFFS , May 12 , ' 83. )
Arrangements hive been made for the
Loading in Chicago Daily
* " " " " "
* Of ono or more cars with
MERCEANDISE SOLID
CONSIGNED TO PAB.TIE3 IS
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
These cars will come through to deitlnatlon
wlthiucs opplng. Quick time Is theraby lisued.
Please order yeu goods via C. B. & Q , H. K.
A. B. WEST ,
GENERAL AGENT.
GRAtEFUIj-COMFGKTJMG.
EPPS'S GOGOi
BREAKFAST *
"E ? a thorough knowledge of the natural lawi
irhlch govern the operations of digestion lit
nutrition , and by a careful application of Ihi
One properties ot well-etlectol Cocoa , 111 ,
Kpps has provided oar breakfast tfcbles wlla i
delicately flavored beverage uhlch may iara u
many heavy doctors' bllla It Is by the Judlclac *
tun of gush articles of diet that a conitltnlUs
may ba gradually bull ! up until strong enoujrk
lo loalct every tendency to dlteaie , Hundred !
ot tabtlo maladies are floating around na read )
10 attack wherever there Is a weak point , fft
may etcrpe many a fatal abaft by koeplsg oci
leirca well ( oitiacd with pure blood and a prop
eily Dourlihed frune. " Civil Service Oasetto ,
U de dmply vrltb boiling trater or milk ba d
11 tint ouly ( i-lb and 11) ) , by Oroceri , labeled
JAMES BPPU tl OU. .
HomnpOp tWoOhetijt3t _ < ,
"FOR
V
The Natural Mineral ,
KAISER WATER
FrontBlrroiborn outboHhine
RECOMMENDED IV TUE IIIGUrST MEDI <
. , CAL AUTUOBITIES.
7 RKD'K HOLLENDEH 4 CO. , Sole art or the
U. B. and Canait , 115,117 , Il JHoi at. , New
ot. A23 3m
SHORT LINE
OF THE
Milwaukee & St Panl
RAILWAY
II now running Ita FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
from
OMASA AND OOUHOIL 'BLUFFS '
WITH
Pullman'8 Magnificent Sleepers
AND THE
Finwt Dining Oars in the World.
SF YOU ASE GOSilG EAST
TO
CHIU&aO' IrHLWATJUEE
Or to anv polntjbevond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING H9RTH
To
fir. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS'
Take the BEST ROUTE , thj
Onloago , Milwaukee&St.Panlll'y
Ticket office located In Pax to i Hotel , at corner
Farnam and Fourteenth streets and at U. P. De
pot and at Mlllard Hotel , Omiha.
O"8eo Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Arent.
0. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
S. M. MERRILL , A. V. IT. CARPENTER ,
General Manager. General Pasa. Agent ,
G T.CLAHK. GEO. H. liKAPPORD ,
Sarl. Au'tOiii. 'at. A ? nt.
Ky If y * ji r * * .aijrt Fit VOQUt
V orfi'jMneps.weat i m n
tped l > y tbectr&Ji. nC Ur to
nur i1ntlP3 vvolt1 I.lKht wore , o tt
itUnuimilxinl u . lore hMlnnerf-ti
Hop Bitttr * . | WOK uw Hortt.
? f jbi. r TOtaBH nfl I .
itlicrcllon or di l | > al i If you a ) fn
tiec or dlOKle , old or I c , tuBerUior
I oorr > eiUu or UniruUli I ji t J iTi
an i. relr n Ho pi Bitter * .
WtiooTW yonari- , J ihouuniuujo v
whtnever you feel nu Uj tro/c .xiu
chat your urtc ! form of Klun
, dUowa tut cilerl
trf d * cleftiutaK to
01 etimulMlnc. > I > TA brenrreitnu.
t. IlraelTjtnr.
t.kt Hop
. I. C
U m &Mo'i >
plaint , duwie
anfi Urti'u
Of t2l * 4ONCKA
tm l . Hood , aop idrnL'i ble curr to
) an it
linrctnrrw *
ni ot oploii
Toe will tie tohacoo , , v
narrdlf JOUUM
Hop Blttor *
lfyoa r iuo
\ weak and flits.
) wii.trltedtry NEVER Uroolu
tti It may OF nrrnaf
avbyour FAIL
life. It hna
caved hun-
i.O.t
CORNICE WORKS !
Iron and Slate Hoofing ,
0 , SPKOUT , Proprietor.
1111 Douglas St. - Omaha , Neb
MANUFAOTUKEU OF GALVANIZED
Iron Cornices 1
DORMER WINDOWS , FINIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing
Speoht'a Patent Metallic Skylight Patent ,
Adjusted llatcbet Bar and Bracket
Shelving. I am tha cencral tRent
for the nbovo lice of goods ,
IRON FSNOINa ,
Crc < tlntr , Ralastradea. Verandas , Iron
Bimk Halllngfl , Wiudow Ullncb , Cel
lar Guurda ; alen
GKNUUAL AGKNT FOn
PEBRSON & EILL PA'CENT ' IN1
SIDE BLIND
UUFREHE&
UUFREHE&MEHDaSSHOH ,
ARCHITECTS !
IREMOV-ED TO
Omaha National Bank Building ,
COUKCIL BLUFFS
ADDITIONAL LOOALNBWS
COMMEHCIAL.
CODNCIL BLCFFB UAKRET ,
WHKAT-NO. 2 spring , 85o ; No. 3,70j
rejected C5o ; Rood detnaud.
CORN Tliero U not ennui h corn coming
In to make a innrket ; dealers paying S3j ;
rvjecte.1 corn Chicago. 1 62c ; uow mixed.
55 ; ; whlta corn , 63o. Tbo recolpU of corn
are light.
OATa Scarce and In good demand ; 35 ,
lUr-G IW ( 7 60 t > er ton. 35 | > r bale.
RT 40@45c ; light supply.
CORN MEAL 1 25 | x > r 100 pounds.
WOOD Good sunplyi prices at yards ,
COAL Delivered , hard , 11 00 per ton ;
soft , 5 M ) per ton.
BcTrcn ( > o d butter scares and In ( air
demand at 25c3oc ( ; creamery , 35c ,
Kaos-Roady sale and plenty at
10llc per dozen.
LARP Fall-bank's , '
'wbotoaaling at ISJa ,
PoOLTBT Firm ; dealon paylu ? 13o per
ponnd for turkeys and lOo for chickens.
YKOETABLES PoUtoec , 60o ; onions , r 0c ;
cabbagen , 30@40o per dozen ; apples , 3 60
@ 3 60 per barrel ,
City flour from 1 GO to 8 40.
BaoOMB 3 00@3 00 per dozen.
BTOOK.
CATTLK 3 00 © 3 50 ; calves 0 00@6 50.
UOQB Market for hops quiet , aa the
p\ckin ? houses arc closing ; shippers are
p flng C 00 to C 7fi.
At boarding uchool ono of the mleaea ,
Pat St. Jttcoba Oil on her frizzes ,
Too happy tnlstuko
Cared the hendaoho ,
Sholaagha at her bean , -who qnlzz e.
IOWA IPiilMS ,
The first poitmastcr in Iowa , says The
Barllngtm Gazette , was Mlle H. Prantlce ,
appolntrd at Dubuqua In 1883 , and the
first juitica of the pcaoa wo Antoulne
LeClaire , appointed by the federal govern-
tneutiu 1833 , "as a very suitable person to
adjust the illllhultioa between white set-
tltra and Indians. "
An atf } myt Is beinc ; ma e at Waterloo
tu collect twenty.five cents per can royalty
on nil milk cans , on the claim that they
are an Infringement on the Cooley can ,
Tbo representative of the patent didn't
collect any fiom the dealers , but probably
will succeed better with the farmers.
Abdubon county is In the midst of a red
hot court hotuo fi ht. The friends of the
movement are trying to convince the pec-
pie that o court house can be built tor a
certain sum , While Its enea.io3 are using
the fact that the tame promises were made
in other counties and tnen violated.
The Maeona of Des Molnes have been
circulating a subscription paper far the
purpose ot raising money to erect a Ma
son c temple. Al'eady § 23C , ) baa been
subscribed , and if it can ba raised to $10-
C X ) work an the building will be commcuC'
ed at once
The D iveuport Democrat tells of a big
tM of lumber on ita way to St. Louis from
the pineri * s , that struck one of the piera
of the big bridge , and in a few minutes
$1 000 worth of lumber was loat and de
stroyed.
Glenwood Opinion : Grinnell people
have adopted the word "Preservalnry" ts
a detonation for the caves aud "gopher
holes which they have in readlnota aa a
retreat in CMC of cyclones.
Instead of going through the tedious and
gainsaying courts , John and Susan ISu > lth
of Mnnson have dissolved partnership by
mutual cement , dividing the cbildren and
other property in an equitable way.
An Afton man hai discovered n new il
luminator which combines the cheapnoi *
of the tallow dip with the brilliancy of the
electric A company has been formed to
davelop tlie iuvontbn.
H. H , Saow , n traveling man from
Cleveland , O. , has victimized a number uf
hotel keopora in thfe suuthwestaiu cities of
this state. Ho procures their indorsement
to bogus checks.
Jeffjreon li oxclted over a diagonal rail
road tu ; ping the WeSuler cwl tialds iind
on to the uortbaaht , The nitizjna are did-
poeed to take hold , of the project.
The liighett bridge on tlio O , , U & Q
railroad In Iowa U said to be the ouu now
being built over the Big creek , two miles
west ot Mt. P.eaiiut.
The Mnple Valley iasuranr.c company , n
mutukl company with headquarters at
Aurella , his already 8100,000 Insurance
up pile J for ,
The Illinois Street Gis company pro-
pete to light Des Moiuen Btroets for $18
per lamp per annum. The proposition
was declined.
The last of the Injunctions against the
Den Moinon treasurer have boon with
drawn , and that cfficlal is disbursing
again.
again.Wm.
Wm. Chambers , jr. , of Adalr county ,
baa been appointed guardian of the Yel
lowstone Park , with n salary of $1,000 a
year.
year.The
The United Workmen nf Ferry have
withdrawn from the state organization nnd
linked themselves to the national wing of
the order.
The Southwestern lies-keepers' associa
tion will hold another of their interesting
and instructive meetings at Clarluda ,
June 21.
A spoonbill sturgeon four feet long wi.s
cangnt In the Little SIouz near Correa-
tlonville last week by some seiners ,
There are rumors in Dei Moines that the
coal settlement fs not satisfactory and Is
likely to go to pieces any day.
The Fairfield library had a debt of
$1 OCO. A half hour's effort of a soliciting
committee lifted the debt ,
Wm. 0. Moore , who closed bis bank at
Victor , N , Y. , 813,001 abort , boa been ar
rested near Atlantic.
The Weal cyan Methodlnta of Des Molnss
have decided to build a church of that de
nomination at once.
The cloth peddlers ara getting in their
work on tbo Worth county farmer * to a
considerable extent.
The Grand Army potts are making ar
rangements to put up a soldiers' monument
in Polk county.
Cedar Itapldi , Waterloo , Cedar Falls
and Independence are to be connected by
telephone ,
Peterson wants some one to coma and
utilize the mineral springs near that
town ,
The sum of $10,000 has been raised at
Ottumwa to buy and fit np a fair ground.
An iron steamer , 75 feet long Is to be
ihlppad 11 Spirit Lake from Dubuque.
Keokuk now has a cow ordinance The
cattle not herded will be Impounded.
The postofflca at Dallas Canter and
Adair waa robbed a few days ago.
Dabuque now has telephone connection
aa far weJt as Delaware Center ,
A franchise ha * b n granted for the
electric lfgit ! at Uikaloosa ,
There are 118 ichool bouces and 123
teachers In Saoojunty ,
LsMarj has organized a ball and chain
brigade ,
A militia company Is being formed at
Toledo ,
In Taina county there are 100 mlloj of
rallrtud.
A new raper is to bo started at Oenter-
villo.
Alforii cUlmi a population ot 1,750.
Iowa college hni 300 Htudenti.
Wanted A Monkey Wrench ,
Ttxj sft'njr : .
Mr , O'tUgan has a sheep ranou on
the Medlnla. A stranger drove up to
his plaoa the other day. The stranger
hid broken some part of his wagon
and wanted to borrow a monkey
wrench , When the stranger shouted
"Heller Mrs. 0'H g nMr , 0'Htig < m
being w y from home ) came oat to
the fence ,
" \Vlo gohts. Dai was a Gno morn
ing to-day , It TAS ft monkey wrench
1 ranted to find , nnd dose bcoplca at
dot honso polow dold mo nlrendy dot
you keeps n monkey wroDoh. "
"Iloly Moses 1 Knto ft monkey
ranch ! Yo dirty spalpeen. Ye miser
able , lowitud ( blipgnrd , io bo no-
onilu' n dacont rromun of knpln * nn
establishment ay tha * . character. A
monkey ranch Is It yo lookln1 for , I'm
thlnkln' from yor looks that that's
abont the kind av A ranch yon would
feel at homo In. Qlt ont av hero , an'
If yo don't scatter dirt behind yo
pnrty d quick Ita nn illlphant
ranch yo'll bo tulnkln * yo have struck ,
an1 that the Illlphants tire starapadln'
over yor ugly carcass , "
Una Experience from M > ny.
I have boon slok and miserable so
long and hid caused my hnsband so
much trouble nnd expense , no ono
seemed to know what ailed mo , that I
was completely disheartened and dis
couraged. In this frame of mind I
got a bottle of Hop Bit era and nsod
them unknowu to my Tamlly. I soon
began to Improve and gained so fast
that my husband and family thought
It strange and unnatural , but when I
told them what had helped me , they
said , "Hurrah for Hop Bit1 oral long
may they prosper , for they have
made mother well and ns happy. "
The Mother.
MlBBlaalppl 'Scoetorfl.
The railroad station at Mississippi
Olty is located mong the pines , and
the way the mocqultooa wore biting
there , oven In April , was enough to
keep a mn'o moving. After awhile
we cot to talking about tao Insects ,
and I asked a native of the couutry :
"Are they thicker than this In the
summer1 '
"Thicker ! Why , In July there's a
million to one ! "
"And larger ! "
"iiarger ! Why , sir , ono of the regu
lar 'skootcrs of this section could carry
twenty of these on his back and still
fly hlnh ! "
I thought I'd down him at once ,
and so continued :
"Now , sir , answer mo truthfully.
Do yon believe that six of your big
gest mocqaltos could kill a male If hewn
wn tied up out here ? '
Ho looked at mo In amazement for
a minute and then went to the door
and beckoned In the mun sitting on a
box and watching the horuoa. When
the man c mo in the native said :
' William , you remember that air
roan mnlo o' yonrt ? '
"I roakon. "
"In poifeot health , wasn't he ? "
"Ho was. "
"Oould rnn ! iko a door and kick
like a saw-log ? '
"Hooould. "
"Aud ho was all alone in a ten-aero
lot , William ? '
"Ho was. "
"And two of them mud swamp
'akoetors got artor him ono morning
and rnn him down and killed him and
devoured both hams and sucked every
drop of blood In hla budy ? William ,
speak npl'
"Stranger , if they didn't then I
hope to bo couwod to rage ! " said Wil
liam , nud he aald it exactly llko amau
who wouldn't have allowed tliero were
two 'rtkeutora If ho hadn't boon earn
estly convinced of the fact. Ho walked
out door a , and a deep ollonco fell upon
ns two , broken ouly nf tor a long Inter
val bi- the native Hay me :
" 1'vo nllus kinder uaapectod that
thorn two "akeators had usabtuncd from
a hoss-lly , but I cin't nrovo it. I
kinder think the hosj11hold him
dowu till tbo murder was committed ! ' '
Li your wif.Vs health pooi ? Are
your children cickly ? Give them
Brown'd Iron Bitters. It will revive
them.
A Trlfl'Df Difference ,
A Jersey man called npou a Now
York lawyer the other day and nn-
nouncod that his rloh brother had
drawn up a will and died , and
that"Ah
"Ah ! I ooo ! " interrupted the attor
ney , "and yon want mo to bust it.
Very well , sir , wo'll plead Insanity. "
"Oh , no ! ho wasn't insane. Yu
see the will leaves everything to "
"To his second wife or some church
or college. Have no fears , my dear
sir. I can bust the business high-sky ,
Wo'll ploid undue influence. "
"But I influenced him myself. "
"Ah , that alters the case somewhat ;
but I'll prove to the jury that he was
affilctoa with softening of the brain. "
For hnivon's sake , don't do It ! "
"But I surely must and shall bust
the will. "
"Thou I'll have to find a lawyer who
can't , for its drawn in my favor , and I
want to bo t all the other heirs. "
Ah ! certainly ! that alters the case.
"Your brother waa sane , sensible , and
in perfect health , and all the lawyers
this stdo of Halifax can't break the
will. Sit down , sir. "
If yon are sick Hop Bitten will
surely aid Nature In making yon well
when all else falls ,
If yea are costive or dyspeptic , or
are Buffering from any of the numer
ous diseases of the stomach or bowels ,
It IB your own fault If you remain 111 ,
for Hop Bittord are a sovereign
remedy in all such complaints.
If yon are wasting away with any
form of Kidney disease , stop tempting
Death this moment , and turn for a
euro to Hop Bitters.
If you are sick with that terrible
sickness Nervousness , yon will find a
"Biilra In Gllead" in the use of Hop
Bitters.
If you are a frequenter or a real-
dnnt of a rnlwimutlo district , barricade
your system against the scourge of all
countries malaria , epidemic , bilious
and Intermittent favors by the use
of Hop Bi'tora.
If you hnvo rough , plmplo or sal
low nkln , bad breath , p < Uns and achoa ,
and fool mlaorablo generally , Hop
Bitters will glvo you fair skin , rich
blood , and Bwoute.it breath , health and
comfort.
In short they care all dlsoMca of
the stoinch , Bowoli , Blood , Liver ,
Norvoa , Kidnoy.i , Bright' * Ditoaso.
? 50o will ba paid for u caao they vrll
not euro or help.
That poor , bedridden , Invalid wlfo ,
In lot mother , or daughter , , can bo
made the picture of health , by a few
bottled of Hop Bitters , costing bat a
trifle. Will you let them sulfur ?
A DETECTIVE'S STORY.
London Piter.
"Ilo Isn't hort' ' " "Ho'saorois the
the rivet " " '
! "lie
was a poln' upon
on ktcs on the lee , to take the stage
coach at Eut Hard Up. You'll have
to go anil see him there , for ho ain't
tt'CJinlr. " homo again. Yon must bo
pretty qalck , for ho was a goln' to start
not far from this time , "
This wiii evidently a pretty well
contldorcd scheme of Mr. Tnpllng's ,
and Indicated that ho must have some
thing somewhere worth taking a good
deal of pains for. This could not well
bo anything except monry , which ac
cordingly 1 presumed ho had about
his person , to the full amount of the
receipts from his swindling sales ,
very likely 5,000. On
skates , I meditated ; that is not
a bad Ides ; It's glorious skating all
the way np , and for such a sllppei/
trick so sllppory a moans Is very just
ifiable I determined that I would
take a hasty supper , procure o pair of
skates aud a stout stick , and start off
alone after our sly friend John ; for
skating being a specialty of mine ,
I made no donbt that If ho should
have sot ont 1 could overhaul him on
the river. So , meditating and de
ciding , I reached the hotel , and find
ing the proprietor , I addretsod him In
haste :
"Landlord , I want you to do four
things a little faster than they were
ever done before. First , got mo my
supper. Second , send ont and buy
me a pair of good skates ; and also ,
third , a stout straight cane. Faurth ,
furnish mo a pocket fluk of good
brandy. "
"It shall bo done in fifteen minutes ,
sir. "
Ho disappeared with spaed , and U
was done I mean the supper and
before my short and rapid meal was
complete the required remaining arti
cles were at hand ; and paying my
bill , putting tho.skates and tlaskln my
pocket , fortlfjlng myself with com
forter , overcoat , gloves and mittens ,
and grasping my stickI was off. It
was uow between D and G o'clock , and
bitter cold , with a sharp wind from
the northeast. Settling my head
well down In my coat-oollar , as If I
were trying to cover my oars with my
shoulders , with hands In pockets , and
cap drawn over my eyes , I turned
northward , bent loir , headed dligon-
ally across the river to round the next
point above , and struck out across the
glimmering , silent ice , with . long ,
steady , rapid , swooping ttrokes.
My skates , fortunately , though
quite now , were net too sharp ,
and , as the Ice was extremely hard ,
they ran over It with very little of the
scoring ont which is BO apt to diminish
the spoocd. aud for twenty minutes I
sped steadily on at a moderate pace ,
until I should got a little easy In my
work. There had been so much skat
ing that the mauy tracks along my
ronto afforded mo no Indication as to
my predecessor. From Muddloton to
Hardnp Is twenty-five miles by the
course of the river , bat I might do-
crone this distance by a miln or two
by taking advantage of my knowl
edge of the river and "cuttlug off cor
ners. " But Tup ) i OR donbtleEB know
the same , aud my object , If attained
at nil , nmut bo BO by desperate ,
straightforward racing. Away I wont ,
sweeping by the wide , bare meadows ,
pnt the gorges In the bills , whirling
round point after point , stretching in
s'rjl ' [ > ht lines from one to the next ,
while the redup.loatod ringing utrokci
of my skates made a monotonous tnuoli
for mo , and I onld hear the little
fragments , cut out by uu ooaieiona !
heavy foot thruU , blown oraukllng
backward by the vrlud.
Now , I conld BOO upon the river ,
half way up the reach , the figura of o
man skating nlougut a good pace. Il
mnat bo Tnpllug ! Now , at last , I pnt
forth the very utmost cf my strength ;
and , going , at a tremondoaa pace , wu ;
rapidly overhauling the dishonest
bankrupt , I was almost within
speaking distance , when ho must have
hoard the ringing of my skate Irons ;
for suddenly looking over his shouldoi
ho saw me , and instantly redoubled
his speed , which convinced mo that he
iras my man. Away wo flaw foi
nearly a mile In perfect silence , ex <
cept for the scoring and ringing skate
strokes ; but I steadily closed up , un
til aa wo turned and swept northward
again , round the bond In the bow ol
which the prison stands , I spoke.
"Tapllng , hold bard ! I want to
speak to you ! " Bat he slackened nol
his speed.
I continued to gain , and waa jus !
considering whether I would knock
him down with my stick or lay handi
on him when , taming his head , he
suddenly dlsoharued ono pistol shot
aud then another , bat , firing over hit
shoulder , missed me. I was even al
ready lifting my stlok and would have
returned his compliment unless h <
had "niagod me with a further use ol
his revolver , when at once the graj
Ice over which wo had been glldlnc
disappeared , and I aoomod to bt
skating on water. It was dead blacl
Ice. An air hole ! An Instantanooui
horrid thrill of fright shot througl
me. My speed was too great to tun
aside , but with an instinctive Impulsi
I shut myoyoa and sprang desperately
np from the lee with both foot.
The tremendous speed of my forme
motion and the effect ot that torrid
leap swung ma over ton feet of black
open water , and thrnw mo with a se
vere fall flt upon the thin but toogl
black lee beyond. As I leaped I hoarc
n cry the crackling of broken Ice i
plunge Tapllng had driven bltadlj
Into the ghastly open abyss ! I hat
slid some distance beyond the spo
whore I fell. Stunned and hurt , . '
arose with d flhnlty. A glancoshowet
mo that wo were opposite the of tba
singular body of water called W
Oovo , the warmer outflow from whogf
springs , pasting through a narrov
channel into the river , hud kept opoi
the death trap within whoto fearfu
circle Tapllng had risen to the snr
fftce , and , the swift current oirrylnj
him to the lower side of the orifice
ho was sustaining hlmnelf by his arms
but made Ineffectual struggles to creo ]
ont npon the thin lea , which orackoc
and broke as h > ) bare upon It.
"Hold still ! " I cried ; "I'll got i
hurdle ! " So I hurried to the nox
fence , and was returning with th
hurdle dragging behind mo , when I
ooonrrod to mo that circumstance
facilitated the making of gooi
conditions with friend John , sine
he was now In a manner at my mercy
So I halted and addressed him :
"Aro you John Tupllng ? "
"Yes. "
"Will yon settle Mr. Splggloton'a
bill If I got yon ont ? "
Ho answered evasively , "Oh ! are
you going to lot a man drown be
fore your eyes ? Shove mo that rail ,
will yet ? "
"Agree to settle that bill in full ,
and hero's the rail ; If not , why you
mast got ont yoarsolf. ( Jomo , I can't
wait all night hero ; I have baslncsi at
U . " And , dropping the rail , I
turned as if to depart ; not that I
wonld have loft the rogue to drown ,
but It was as well to lot him think BO.
So ho very sullenly agreed to my
aondltlons ; upon which I spread my-
Rolf flt on the lee , crawled ont unlit
I could roach him with the rail , and
hold It as firmly as I could , while ho
raised himself npon It and cautiously
crawled out , resting partly npon the
rail and partly npou the Ice. As ho
scrambled along to firmer footing ,
snob was the Intensity of the cold that
ivory time his mitten or hand touched
ho lee , all dripping as ho was with
water , they fr.czi fast to It ; and when
t last ho stood erect , which ho was
inly able to do by my help , and
walked stiflly and feebly toward the
ihoro. Wo had not reached the bank
eforo ho was covered from head to
bet In crackling lee armor. Ho would
aln have sat down , to rest , bat ho
would never have risen , and it was
inly by threats and entreaties that I
mccoodod In loading him to the
'oor of the nearest honso , whore ,
pen knocking , we were hosplta-
> ly admitted and placed forthwith
eforo a cheerful fire. The bustling
ame and her 'husband both agreed
with mo that Tapllng mast at onoo go
to bed , for ho was almost speechless.
When , however , Mr. Allen ( our hoit )
nd 1 attempted to strip him , he would
ave resitted. With ont attending t >
U efforts , however , wo qulokoy dls-
obod him , when his reluctant was ox-
ilalnod. Ho were a belt with a con-
ildorablo sum of gold sowed np In II
uder his clothes. Bat wo stripped
1m , rabbod him down with warm
owels , Rave him a dose ont of my
> rnndy fl ak , and It was not long bo-
ore ho was aleop. On emptying his
jackets that his clothes might bo dried ,
* took the liberty of examining his
ixohoquer , whereupon he appeared to
be poaseemd of abont 5OOU all told.
'ftom this I abstracted the amount for
hioh I stipulated with him , and ,
having deposited the same tilth my
own slender peonnlam , I went to Bleep ,
pretty well fatigued , but with a joyful
mind.
A VEIEKAN 80LDIBU.
11 r , (1. K. Bowles , ot No , 24 , Common .Street ,
tjun , Mass , ya :
WhlU In the army , at the battle ol HpolUyl-
\anla , 1 ( ellwhlio letting over a rall-tonco and
wu badly IniuraJ and lott for dead , but after a
time I was picked up liy comrades ; and ucon ex-
amlDa'lon It vris found tlul my back as badly
hurt and m ) kidneys srrbusly Injured , and 1
h \ o suBorod the most cxciuclatlng piln since ,
and could obU In no relict although treated bj
several physicians , and I had given upall hopei
of getting help wlion I was recommended to UK
limit's Remedy. I purchased seveial bcttlcs al
one ol our drug stores In Lynn , and begin to ux
It as directed , and can noiv attend to builnox
and am fioo from the pains I formally hsd ; and
wish to say to my filands and comrades thai
Hunt's Kcmody will do all that It i > claimed foi
t , and norlhy ol all [ praise. You can use mj
testtmo y when you ht\o occatlon to , a * 1 mosl
heaitlly recommend It lo all that that have kill.
y or liver troubles. "
April SO , 18g3.
"YOU MAY USE MY NAME. "
I doslro to Inform jou whit jour valuablt
mcdlclnohasduno ferine. \\mlt.Uucoatotrj
It by a member ol our Umlly , "who had beet
benefited by lUuso" I list c suffered tcrrlblj
from kidney illtlcultlos. At limes I lm\o boot
very bed , havingsovoro pales In my bock , wltt
general loin cf strength and \ Itull y.
My urlno was tcry hid , wtlh a heavy loJImonl
of brlck-du t , which waa fast lotdlog to gravel ,
I comnonctd utlng Hunt's Itcmcdy , with a
marked Improvement fiam the first ; the pilnt
left , the urlno became moro nituial , and I can
truly sty ono bottle cITjctod a permanent euro.
I have recommended It to many persons hoth
hero and In floston , all of whom ipoak of It w.tti
thohlghoit praise.
You aront liberty touie this letter or m )
name In any manner you may think belt , thai
other suMereis may learn the > alue ol the great
nois of remedies. Moit tru'j yours ,
JOIIN P. COX ,
02 I'loasant Ht
VALORS , MASS , April 23,1883.
Pe.toredli
from 2 to 10 days by Hex
Mlcjn Verf table Confection. For partlc
ulara oddrtss I-an Matea Med. Co. , 1 > . G
Box 2181 , St. Louis , Mo. Juoell d&w-2m
Are acknowledged to be tb
best by all who have pnt Ihoc
&D a practical tost.
ADAPTED TO
HARD & SOFT GOAt
COKE OR WOOD , '
MANOlfiOTtmED BT
Buck's Stove Go.
8AINT LOUIS , I
PIEKCY & HIUDFOftl )
80LK AOKNT8 KHCUSHA
James H. Ponbody , M. D ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
JUildonoo-No. 1407 Jones St.
Office No. 1007 Furnam St.
Office hours , 12 m. to 1 p. m , an J 3 p , m , to
p. m.
Telephone for oflico , 97Rceldonool12 ;
ALMA E. KEITH ,
DKALKIl IN
Fine Millinery
HAIR GOODS ,
WAVES , BANGS , ETC
Stock Entirely Fresh and Nov ;
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PAPER WAREHOUSE ; 1
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S17 and JtO North Ualnflt. , St. Lou's. '
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, } PAPERS
ENYRLOPKS , CARD BOARD AND
Printers' Stock ,
) TCiih paid for Rags and Paper StlcV , Scrap
Iron and MeUli.
Paper Stock Warehouies 1229 to 1237. North
fllxth ttrtet. may 24 3m
HA.DSUUOFULA.
FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS
I have suffered f ram Scrofula aliout 17 ) oars
The dlicaia be'ngmoitly lonflnii ) tomv I g and
an-1 anklet my shin bone * vert co\o'e4 with
LAROB iiLcris and OKU MANR or Ronni KLKHII , AND
TUB ODOR ALuonr rfcnKARABLB. All retntdlet and
trcatmonU which I tried f l ed to do m anr
ood. A laat I regal Irking 8 S N. , contlnu-
g for about f.urim-tln anil AM CElU'AIf-
V WELU ItwkS.S. S under the lurwrvlt-
mof a physician of 20 yi ar ' a tlvo practice , by
iur order. Previous to t king 8. 8.8 I at time *
lUldicarccly walk. Now I CAS WALK ALL DAT ,
dhavota thatkd. S. B , audit only , tor uiy
TI10S. McK\IltASn ,
54 Foundry S tcet , Atlanta , Go.
XKDZJbllMC < * -
Ihtn taken with picat beneflt . 8. M. for a
cir cnit i ot Kcztma. The eruption hai entirely
isippiurcd , and 1 am well ,
W. J. HOIHNRON.
Member N. Ga.0 nfartnce , Atlanta , aa.
It you doubt , c-riifi to IC4U9 , and wo will Curs
'ait , or charge nnthlmr Write fjr tie 1 tt'e
ook , tree. A U any druggl'l * s to our sUmllng.
ONK THOUSAND DOLLAUS HE AUD will
o paid to any chemist nho will Nnd , on ana'iy-
' of 100 ! > ottlrs of 8. 8. U. , onn particle ot M r-
nry , lodldo I'otoaslutn , or other mineral kub-
tance.
tance.THE SWIPr SPEOIFIO CO ,
Proprietor , At inta , Oa.
Price of Small SUe , tl.OQ Lir e Sltr , 11.75.
SOLD BY ALL DIlUaOlBTS.
DR. WHITTIEB.
IT Rt Oluirlei St. BT. LOOTd Ka
A REGULAR QRADUATK of lira in.dk
oolI Eeflhiu been longer eneaired In the trott *
ment ot CURON10 , NK1UOUB. RKItl AND
BLOOD Dltcams ihn any ether physician In BI.
Lonls at city papers ebnw and all old rcBMtr.lt
know. Consultation free nnd loTltod. Wh n II
It Inconvenient lo vlilt Iho city for treatment ,
mtdlctnos can bo sent by mill or eiprofi ) ( irurr.
where. Curable cases guaranteed ; whntu dootl
ilitnlt Is frankly slated. Cdl or wiltc.
Nervous proBtratlon. Doblllty , MnDtiil
nnd L'byslcnl Wettkuooc. Morcurlnl nd
ether utfeotloni of Thro.xt , ijkln ant ! llnooa
Bloud ImpuritlciH Mill blu.-d 1'olBfulDg ,
BUIn Alfeotluna , Olil nd Ulccr ,
ImpetUiueutH to Kliourot.tli ni ,
I'lloa HpuoUl littontint ) to < y > ? oh from
ovor.\vorVnl liralu HU1 > IOAL
ecolva dpte.'ni iittentiiwi
rein ttouu'iiifie | ( , Hi
hol
totv.cll tolil. M n ;
ru-olit ; ; who ini > y mat.
ry >
nd curs. Bsalnd foi 2Ni pi tw - or ; in\i .
. '
DR. E. 0. Wrsr's MIIRVII AND RAit TRXAT
M ! U , a KUiMntenl specific for DysterU , Dml-
nois , Convulsions , Fits , t'ervl ui NruraVIa ,
Heada-he , Mirrors Proitratlon cauiod by the
use ol alcohol or tobacco , Wakofullacss , Mental
Depress on , Battening of thi train mtiltlnf In
Iniinlty and loading to mltery , uecay , an ! death
Premature Old Age , liarroni o s , Lots cf power
In either sex , In'oluntary Lo its and "purmat-
orrhwa cautcd by oreiezeitlon of the brain ,
selfabuio or orer < ) Ddulgence. Each box ion
tilni ono month's t realm.ni. (1.00 a lox.or six
boxes for 15 00 sent by mall prepild on ricclpt
of price.
WE GUA11ANTEE SIX BOXES.
To cure anyjcaie. With each'orifer recoUed by
us for six uoxni , accompanltd with 15 00.we will
send the purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund the money If the treatment does not effect
acuie. Guarantees Issued only bv.
U. F. GOODMAN
m &BT w Ir Druciclit Omaha Neb.
Dr , Felix Le Bran's
G
PREVENTIVE AND CURE ,
FOR EITHER SEX.
' Til 11 remedy being Injected directly to the scaf *
of the dlteaie. requires no change Of diet or nan.
ieous , mercurial or relionoua medicines to b * .
taken Internaltj. When mod
AS A PREVENTIVE
by rlttier rer.lt Is Imngsslbla to contract any pt ( *
jwU dliea' e ; but In the cut ot those already
.UNFORTUNATELY AFFLIOTEU
?
we guarantee 1 boxei to cure or we w ll'relund
the money. Price by mall , pottage paid , 92 pel
box , cr3boxoifor tS
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Issuel by oil authoilied agents.
nil FELIX LE IJHUN & CO. , Sola Props.
0. K. Qoodiaaa , Druggist , Sola Agent , foe
Omaha , Neb , mi awty
DR HENUERSON A mvuhr giaduaU
, , in medicine. Over 10
COfl & 603 Wyandocte Bt. , v ears' practice 12
ir A LIU L n Aiftttr * * - '
KANSAS CITY , MO. In Chicago.
Authorized by the etito to treat
Chroolc.Nervoui and Prlratu dis
ease * , Aithma Epilepsy , llhuU'
jiuatlim , 1M ( , Tape WJrm , Urin
ary ai d Skin DIsuasM , USUIXAL
'WBAKNKSS ( nl ht loasn ) SnxuAL
caa ot sexual povtor ) lito. CuresJfuar.
antecd or uionny refunded. Ornrgia low , Thou-
tiuJs of caeca curod. No Injurious medicines
lined No detontlo'i from bmluoau. AM n edl-
clnes furnlahel even to patlunU at a distance ,
Co ulia'.IOQ free and conCdtntlal rail or write.
Age and eiperlencoaro Import , it. A BOOK for
both nexea HluitratcJ and clronlatd qf other
thing * xenl BoilaJ for two So itampa. FR1IK
MUdrCUU.
PEJlSOWAI.-"I > rt of the hucion body
enUrncJ , iluvolaped nd strongthcuci , " < : . ,
au InleiMtln ; advertnemont loug tun lit flir
piper. In reply to luquirlra we will any tktt t'
lucre no evllcncocf humbug about thin Ct .
the contrary , the adrertlwrs arv very highly in
doriedIntirested persons may get stalci ell' '
culara giving all particular * , giving all ntrtlca
Ur . by addrwlnif Erin Mudfcal Co. , P. 40 , IJ |
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