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OMAHA DAI1A BEE-WEDNESDAY JDjuY 2 , 1884.
We guarantee je | mtt 0 | the followlnR named dli
roams , or no pay ! Kheumatlsm , Scrofula , Uloon
Catarrh , all mood and skin dl ! &tri , Dripepsla , Uvc
Complaint , Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Gout , Ner
algla Mul Asthma , Thcsa Spring * are the favorlt
esort ol the tlroJ nn.l debllltaUd , and are the
FKEULE LAD1KS BKST FRIEND ,
Good hotel , livery and bathing accomod.itlon hot
winter and lummcr. Locality highly plcturesqu
and healthy. Accessible by Wabash railway , I
Krnna , or C. , B. & Q. , at Albany. Corrcspondenc
ioUcltod , UEV. M. U. TlIOUl'SOX.
Albany , SUoarn Spring , jOeutry Co. , Mo.
Speclflo QraTlty . 1-WJ
Ilcactlon . Nentri
Carbonlo Acid Oaa . SO In. per Rftlloi
Carbonate Calcium . S4.W1 drain
Carbonate Iron . 7,041 !
Sulphate Manioaln . S.SS8
Sulphate Calcium . 1,148 " ,
Chloride Sodium . 7,260
SlUIca . UM "
Alumina . 0,010
Organlcand Volatile matter and loss. . . . . 1.459 "
alollda per gallon . 67,174 "
Justice of tlie Peace ,
OFHCE OVER AilP.UICAN'KXrilESS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. - IOWA.
Grain , & Promions ,
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
.89 Pearl Street Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council BlatTr.
Real estate collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
over Savings Bank.
roos. omoin , n. M. pnsir.
OFFICES & PUSEY
Connell Bluff ) I * .
Established - -
Dealers In Foreign and omestlo Ezchango an
Hi-ma S ; iiritl
As there are many
So-Oalled Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , who are practldnf ; their quackery on
our people , I deem It but justice to tay that I dely
nny ot them to produce a diploma , or credentials ,
cdicatlng that they are graduates of any \ctcrlnar.
nstltuto , and I do hereby caution the publl J agalns *
such quacks , fA
! am the Only Known Gradual e
IN WESTEKN IOWA.
Office & L25 '
Pharmacy , B'dway ,
AT BLUE BARN.
T. JCADYM.D.V. , s.
At the well-known Establishment
JB P. FILBERT ,
209 Upper Broadway , the
Ol Council Blub. Notice our reduced Price List.
15 pounds Extra 0 Sugar ( or . . . 21 00
11 pounds Granulated Sutrar . 1 CO
25 pounds Choice Oatmeal . 100
25 pounds Navy Beans . 100
20 pounds Bi-st Bulk Starch . 1 00
12 pounds Carolina Illco . t 00
12 pounds Choice 1'runt s . 1100
25 bars Buffalo Soap . 1 00
Kxtra Lake Trout , per pound . 09
Lorrlhard's Plug per Ib . 40
1 dozen Mackerel . 15
Colorado Flour , Winter , per owt . 2 DO
10 pounds Olncc'r Snaps . 1 00
< 0 pounds himioy . 1 00
6 gallon keg Syrup . 1 70
White Fish , per kit . 80
Mackerel , pcrklt . 8f >
Dates , per pound . 10
10 3 pound cans Stindard Tomatoes . 1 00
All kinds California Fruits .
pouud iMik'p Standard t ( or . 1 00
All grades , acoordlni ; to quality , ISO to 80o per
Wo also carry n full line ol Men's , Ladles' nnd
Children' ; ) flue Hhoo.1 and Ucn'r Flno Hoots at very
lowprloui. Alan * full line oi Tlnwaro and general
rnerchaudUo. Call on nn and l > o ooavlncvd that you
can sat e inonoy ly deallnt ; with us. Qooda delivered
frco In any part of the city.
Iu * word , wo are hound to Bell and challenge all
audaole competition la this county.
J. 1' . FltPEHTI
0tu , erDroadwav
Railway Time Table.
The following are the tlraoa of the arrival and de
parture of trains by central standard time , at the
local depots. Trains leave transfer depot ten inlii-
u.L'9 earlier and arrive tcu minutes later.
CIIICAOO , BUBUNClrON AMD QDIHCT.
6S5pm : ChlraKoExprcsa ) 8:00 : am
8:10 : a m Fast Mall. 7:00 : p n >
Jji5 ; a in [ 'Mall and Express , 7 ! ' 0 p m
12:30 : pm Accommodation. 2.40 pin
'At local depot only ,
EAKSAfl C1TT , BT. 10 * AMD COUNCIL SIVTTt.
10:05 : a m .Mail and Express , J7:05 : p m
8:06 : p m 1'aclQo Express , 6:60 : p m
CHIOAOO , MILWACKBI AMD BT. fAUL.
6:25 : p m Express , 0:05 : a m
9:16 : a m Express , 0:56 p m
CniOAOO , UOCK ISLiND AMD fACiriO ,
6-SQ p m Atluitla Kxpross , B:05 : a m
0:25 : m Day Express , 0:6 : < p m
7:20 p in [ 'Dei Uolneg Aooommodatlon , 0:06 : p m
At local depot only. H
ffAIABU , BT. UUIS AMD rACinO.
0:55 : a in , ) Mall , 4:45 : p'ra
4:60pm : Oinnon B ll 11:16am :
At Tr n fer nl
OIUCAOO and KORTITWUTIIIS.
6:30 : p m Exprcsn , f :60 : p m
t25 ; m raclOo Express , fi:06 a m
IIODX cm AID rAcino.
7:40 p m St. Paul Expreai , 8:60 a m
1:20 m Day Exprees 0:60 p m
80 p m Weottrn Express , 8 5 ft m
11:00 : ft m Taclflo Express , 4:40 : p m
7:40 : ft m Local Express , 0:64 : ft m
JSilO ft m Lincoln Express ,
At Tranifer only.
DUMHr TRAINS TOOU1UA.
Leave-7:2a-S:3l-0:30-10:30-ll : : : : : 0 < L. in. 1:30-2:3 :
830-4SO-G:3' ; > - : S'-n:06 ' : p. m Sunday S:3O-I1)0 : :
ft.m. 1:30-3 : 0-6:30-0:30-11:06 : : p. m. ArtlvelOmln
te liefura leaving tlmu
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
FINIALS , WINDOW CAPS ,
TIN , IRON AND SLATE ROOFING ,
PATKNT MCTALKJ BKYTJOUT ,
Iron Fencing !
Cititlngs , Balustradei , Verandas , Office and B ul
Kullinp , w idow f-'l rcll rfM r.t , P a
CO O.ANDttnBTaEir , LINCOLN NEM.
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ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
The Oily Attorney Sits Down on th
Issuance of HIM Bonds.
Contractors Mrulo to Bwcnr ,
A meeting of the council was hold yea
tordny nftorncon , the mayor and Aider
mow James , Keating , Myustor , Goiso nut
A number of bills were allowed , BI
that laborers and others might have thoi
Fourth of July spending money. Tin
regular salaries for city officers were alst
A petition vraa presented from J. 13
Doris circus company , asking for n re
bate of the license paid , the storm having
blown down their touts and caused great
loss , and they not being able to giro nnj
Mayor Vaughan explained that man ;
liad bought tickets , and the show folks
did not return any of thab money , and if
they had pitched their tents up town in
stead of below the creek they would have
boon nil right.
_ Thp petition was tabled , Alderman
Keating voting no.
A petition waa presented asking for the
opening of n street from Duck Uollow to
Broadway , the property owners donating
the right of way. The petition was
The city attorney reported against the
proposed issuing of bonds to raise money
to take up outstanding warrants. The
report was received , concurred in , and
placed on Clo.
In this connection the statement was
made that there nro about $14,000 of
outstanding warrants and $10,000 of cash
in the treasury , so that all the warrants
are worth their face , but the $15,000 is
divided into different funds , and the war
rants are on the general fund.
An ordinance was passed in regard to
assessment certificates issued to con
tractors for work to bo charged up to
abutting property. It provides that
before a certificate is issued the con
tractor must make an affidavit that ho
has made no arrangement or agreement
with any property owner or other person
to dispose of the certificate for loss than
the amount named therein.
The following resolution .was adopted :
' \YHKUEAH , Divers persons ] are in the
habit of visiting Fairview cemetery and
other public parks , at all hours of the
day and night , for illicit purposes , to the
great annoyance of all good people , and
to the great scandal and detriment of
public morals , therefore bo it
Resolved , That the police ofyho city of
Council Bluff * bo and they are hereby
directed to arrest all persona found upon
said premises who have no lawful busi
ness therein , especially women of the
town nnd their attendants , male and
female , and cause such to bo prosecuted
to the full extent of the law.
B. IT. Clayton was in the city yesterday.
A. West , of Tabor , was in the city ycster
0. II. Groeabeclc , of Tabor , yesterday dined
it the Pacific.
Mr. Poland , of thu Glunwood Journal , was
P. H. Snyder , of Now York , yesterday , reg-
stored at the Pacific. <
Judge E. K , Paige and wife , of Chicago ,
ire at the Pacific honsu.
Leroy liurcham is doubly happy twins ,
mo a boy , the other a girl.
A. W. Starkoy , of Omaha , yesterday
topped at the Pacific house.
Miss Barbara Merkcl 1 > M returned from
Chicago , where eho has been furthering her
George Costello , ono of the advance agents
if Barrett's big show , was hero yoiterday , sec-
ng that all waa ready for thu show on the
Supervisor Uishton was in the city yestcr-
lay. Mra. HUliton , who Is in quito HI health ,
ixpects to tUrt for Minnesota next week to
pond the summer with her sister , near Min-
Dr. W. C. Spaulding was in the city yester-
lay , the fjuost of Dr. Bellinger , being n"grad-
i.ito of tlio same institute , the Albany Medial -
: al college. Dr. Spaulding is planning to
ocato in Omihn ,
JnmcH .Tcrman and A. J , Jerman , of York
owiiship , whn have been out to Washington
errJtory , have returned disgusted with the
iountry , arid Baying they would not gho
wenty acren of Iowa land for the whole tciri-
Itcul Entnto Traiiul'ora.
The following transfers were filed for
ocord in the ofllco of the county clerk ,
fuly 1/1881 , and reported for TUB BEE
> yP. ; J. McMahon :
J. H. Carroll to J. 0. Salisbury , w hf ,
10 fir , 23 , 75 , H8. $950.
M. F. Rohror to Isaac Griflith , lot 14 ,
> lock 11 , Boors nub-add. $200.
J. b. Salisbury to Caleb Soldon , w hf ,
10 qr , 23 , 75 , 38. $050.
L , V. Klncaid to F. T. Shepard , lot
12 , block 1. Walnut add. $125.
George D. Brown to John Morgan , lots
> and 0 , Oasady's add. $3,500.
John Mergon to George D. Brown ,
> art of lot 2 , block 5 , Baylies' first add.
Total solos , $9,525.
GUKHDY DESPOTS ,
CJio Growth ol Monopoly on 1'ugct
3an Francisco Chronicle.
SKATTLE , W. T. , April 30. Seattle
laa guinod its importance among the
: owns of Puget Sound chiefly by the
nany lines of Bailing and steam vessels
.hat run between this city and every vil-
ago and town from Glympiato Whatcora.
It in 'he headquarters for all the trade on
.ho Bound , It is frequently the case that
travelers wishing to go from ono town on
Lho Bound to another must first corno to
Seattle to talco the boat for their destina
tion. Thu possession of its many lines
Df vessels has brought to Seattle almost
ill thu wholesale trade of woatorn Wash
ington Territory , mid at the present time
: andid persons admit that thu city ia the
commercial center of Puget sound.
Much of the rapid growth of Seattlu ia
duo to thu increase in commerce ia this
country , ord the solid inipmvoTicnte
niiU.li iittVo b.ou uiuilo Hull ) Jtayu buuit i
rendered possible by the profits of th
sound trade which the merchants hot
There hna boon an oflbst made by the
great monopoly that han this country b ;
the throat to destroy the many compotin ,
lines of vessels that make Seattle thoi
headquarters. The object of this projoc
may not have been to destroy the commercial
morcial importance of Seattle , which i
certainly would do , for the purpose o
aiding Tacoma , which Is fostered by th
railroad. The object was without uoub
to got control of the whole trade of tin
sound and enjoy n monopoly of the car
rying business. The first move In tin
direction was made some time ago , whor
the faros and freights on the Orogoi
railwayntul navigation company's stoamoi
Idaho were cut down one-half botwooi
Seattle nnd Wlmtcom and all informed !
ate points. The faro to Whatcom or
the independent lines was $1 from thii
city , and freight was carried for $1 n ton ,
Tno rates on the Idaho were put at jusl
half this , and half-rates have boon maiiv
taiuod since the policy of killing oil' the
independent vessels was begun.
Up to the present time this project of
the Oregon Railroad and Navigation
company has not succeeded. The people
here and all along the sound hare great
fear of surrendering all their commerce
to one corporation. They hove refused
to withdraw their patronage from the in
dependent lines , although the faros and
freights on those have boon maintained
at their original figures and are twice as
high as on the would-bo monoply'a
steamer , the Idaho. The business of
these independent vessels has not suffer
ed in consequence of the competition ; on
the other baud , their trade has gradually
grown as the business on the sound has
ucroaspd. The effort to freeze out all
competition has boon an expensive
The Pacific Coast Steamship company
has made a similar effort to suppress the
independent lines between this city and
San Francisco. There is a line of freight
schooners between Seattle and San Fran
cisco , and also several steamships which
run between the two points , The Pacific
Steamship company has made every effort
to drive off both those lines , and last
summer the agent of that company visit
ed a number of the most influential mer
chants and solicited them to sign con
tracts to ship all their freight by the Pa
cific Coast Steamship company's vessels
and receive a rebate of from 15 to 20 per
cent on the schedule prices. After a
number of the most important houses
had entered into this agreement the agent
grow bold in his canvass and at
tempted to force all the smaller dealers
into the arrangement by throats ,
openly avowing that the object of the ,
contract system was to destroy all com'
petition in the currying trade between
this city nnd San Francisco. Merchants
who refused to enter into the agreement
have boon denied all rebate en the sched
ule rates , and the throat haa been made
that they will not bo allowed to enter in
to a contract with the railroad to receive
Freight at reduced rates. When the rail
road is finished this refusal may bo a
jerious matter to the independent busi
ness men. But at present all the inde
pendent ship lines allow a rebate on all
joods shipped , so that their freights are
no higher than those charged by the Pa
cific Coast Steamship company under the
Although the anti-monopoly feeling Is
not yet very pronounced hero and elsewhere -
where along the sound , the people act
very cautiously in their dealing with the
great companies that control the trans
portation trade of this section of the
country. The greatest wish of every
town is an independent competing line
with the east and Oregon , yet they
are very particular about the concessions
thoy'mako to the companies. The trouble
that California haa had with the monopo
ly that controls the trade there has
taught the people of Washington terri
tory a lesson. In both the efforts that
have boon made to destroy all competi
tion in the carrying trade on the 'sound
ind between hero and San Francisco the
nrould-bo monopoly has failed , and unless
they can inflict serious damage on the
independent merchants after the rail
road is completed , wo may hope to os
: ape the commercial despotism of mo
Faster Freight Trains Needed ,
J. A. Munroo , assistant general freight
igont of the. Union Pacific , recently
iddrossod a communication to A. 0. Bird ,
general freight agent of the Milwaukee
md St. Paul , to the effect that a careful
ixamination of the business done at
Denver Bhowod plainly that the Chicago ,
Burlington nnd Quincy and Burlington
ind Missouri llivor roads are making
itronuous efforts to secure the high-
: Iaas freight , and that they have
luccocdod to a remarkable extent.
They control now nearly the whole of
lip retail trade of that city. The
> rincipal obstacle in the way of the Union
. 'acifia competing succoaafully with the
Jhicago , Burlington & Quincy , ana Bur-
ington & Missouri river , was duo to the
ilpir time made by the Western Trunk
Jino association roads. The Burlington
sard time from Chicago WAS nbout sixty
lours , and it nmkes it every timo. The
'roight ' officials of the Union Pacific had
iallod the" attention of their general
nanagor to this matter , and can BOO no
oason why the cstorn \ Trunk Line as-
ipciation roads should not make the same
imo as the Chicago , Burlington &
Mr. Bird referred the above communi-
tation to General Superintendent J. T.
lark , who replied that the matter had
> eon discussed with all the general man-
igors of the Western Trunk Line Aaso-
nation Roads , nnd ho urged that foster
imo bo made on such freight , but iielth-
ir the Rick Inland , Northwestern nor
Jnion 1'uoiflb was prepared to moot the
Chicago , Burlington & Quincy on Denver
jusineo. Mr. Clark thought the general
'roight agents should take the matter bo-
bro their general managers and got them
x > act. Commissioner Vining , of the
kVostern Trunk Line Aesociation , in sub-
nitting the above correspondence to the
rarious roads in the association wants to
enow if thu companies are willing to take
iction In the matter and assist m making
, ho best possible time .with their freight
rains between Chicago and Denver.
Hummer Kood for-
3ur Country Homo ,
There is no fodder in summer which
iviU supplement the panturo hotter than
; orn. When sown broadcast , so that it
jrowa up spindling and without the form
} f a stock only n atom it is hardly
worth the trouble , an it is watery and
lacking in substance. When sown in
Jrills thin enough in the rows so that
perfect stocks are formed , it ia then in
the host condition. Thruo times
the bulk may bo produced in
this way , and ton tiinun the
feeding value. Corn fodder , to bo good ,
ahouU have all the joints and outward
shell , just the same as when cars are
produced , and U is batter if thnro are
PUT * " ' < f nfc Hist nmbryo pnrn ,
UU9 U UlU Udu UlO ) UlCe. 1.1 UlUJ
stalks will bo moro matured and possoi
the nutritive qualities which charai
torizo the grain. Two bushels of ocd i
as much ivs is required for an aero , an
wo prefer to mo loss. The rows nce <
not DO moro than two foot apart , whicl
will admit of n cultivntor going botwooi
them. The seed may bo put in with ;
drill by using every third tooth , or th
ground may bo furrowed out with a plot
and the seed scattered by hand and cov
prod with a harrow. Frequent cultivat
ing is all the culture that is necessary
Every farmer should have a patch of fodder
dor corn , as it is so easily grown , and i
may bo put in up to the last of .liuio. ' t
man can scatter the seed nearly AS fas
as ho can walk , and once going over i
with a harrow is enough to cover it. Thi
ground should bo made rich and mollov
before planting , nnd to go over it with i
roller afterwards will generally haslet
Millet is also an easy crop to raise ,
The ground should bo put in fine tlltl
and well manured on the surface. Ton
quarts of Bood is sufficient for an acre.
The millet may bo out and fed in the
stable the same as fodder corn. _ It should
always bo cut before the head is ripened ,
or it becomes too harsh and woody. The
earliest varieties nro the best. When fed
fully ripe the seed is not digested and
goes to waste , When ground , millet seed
can bo fed in the place of linseed meal. It
is also good for chickens fed wholo.
An Arkansas Divorce CUHO.
Several days ngo n young negro and
his wife appeared before Simon Patter
son , a black knight of the rural Arkansas
sas- bench , and demanded a" divorce.
"Whut's do trouble 'twist yorl" asked
" 1 kain't lib wid her nn" she kniu't lib
wid me , " replied the husband.
"Why kain't yor ? "
" 'Dauso she ain't oddycated up tor my
"jso better oddycatod don ho is , Jed-
go , case I ken road an' ho kain't , " said
"Oh , she mout hab moro book laruln *
don I has , boss , but her knowledge ain't
do kino wliut suits do undersigned. She
ken spell bilod cabbage tor suit mo. Eb-
ory time I comes tor do house , 1 finds
dis 'omnn han'lirv her book , but I doesn't
smell nuthin' bilin' in do pot. "
1 'Ef yor wu&tor fetch suthin' in do
house , yor woul * smell hit bilin1 in depot
pot , " replied the wifo.
"Oh , dat ain'-my lookout. Do 'oman's
duty , ez I un'orstans do case , is tor fur
nish Buthin tor oat. Dat's whut I mar
ried yor fur. Kain't 'spoct mo tor keep
ap do roportation o' do family an' husslo
for broad. I 'longs tor do B cioty. "
" " Justice "do is
"Madam , said the , case
> rgin yor. De Bible saya dat or 'oinad
nus * mind whut her huBban' saps. Ef ho
; ole ycr tor put suthin' in do pot , on' yor
lidn' do hit , why , don , yor's laid yeasolf
iablo. Mr Clerk , write out or 'vorco ' fur
lia gonnormau , but doan' gin ono tor do
GImscd by a Hoop Snnlcc.
h'rmn the Itlclimoml Dispatch ,
Ono day last week a little girl , whoso
lame slipped the correspondent's HSU-
illy retentive memory was chased by a
monster hoop snake nearly a mile. . ) ust
is it aoomod that it was about to strike
tier olio dodged behind a largo apple
tree. Thd rapidly whirling snake turned
to follow and struck the tree with such
force as to drive horn spike into the hard
nrpod over two inches. 'I'ho child was BO
frightened that nho Bank down her heart
thumping as though it would jump out
Df her body. Ono of her brothers , who
bad aeon her ( lying down the hill , wont
bo BOO what was the matter. When ho
reached the tree it was quaking like an
ispon and its leaves and fruit falling to
the ground in a perfect shower , the proa-
tratu girl being almost buried beneath
; hem. As Boon as ho goi hoc restored
; o consciousness , ho took a fence rail and
filled the venomous monster , which was
11 foot 2J inches in length , and 8 inches
n circumference. The horn point on
, ho tsil was Gj ! inches long and BO deeply
aboddod in the very hard wc od that it
sould not extricate itself. This nil hap
pened near South Mountain , Ya.
Good But Unexpected Atlvlco.
Last wonk a book agent wont into
Dudley & Fowlo'a furniture house in
Detroit , and Mr. Dudley was very busy ,
ays the Merchant Traveler.
"Ah ahem , " smiled the agent with a
tow and a greasy smile , "can I BOO the
iropriotor briefly ? ' ,
"Yes , air , I am ono of the proprietors , "
cplied Mr. D , . leaving his customer. "I
, m very busy , but what can I do for
"Ah , I have Dante's 'Inferno' "
"Well , I'd advise you to go and BOO n
octor at onca , " "and Mr. D. loft the
gent standing with his mouth open and
asping for broa th.
Tnnllln.I.emoii , Orange , etc. , flavor Cnkei ,
! rtiiiu > , Iililillnii.lc.l tlelleiitely mul n l
irullyusibofrult from which tbeyiireiuiide ,
rOH STHENUTII AND TJIUE FKUIX
FLAVOIl THEY STAND ALONL' .
rnirAHco ti THI
Price Baking Powder Co. ,
Shloano , III. Ot. Loulo , Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lnpiilin Yonst Coins ,
JIc t Jry IIo | > Yen. I , '
1VK JIAKE HUT OKU QUALITY ,
WINDOW CAPS , FINIALS , ETC ,
IRON ANDSLATK ilOOFlJW.
C. SPECHT , PROP
1111 Donglai 8k Omaha , Neb.
Galmmzea Iron Cornices
' /ITDormcr Window * , FinUlu , Tin , Iron and Slat
Itoollnfr , Sight's Patent McUllla Skyllk'M , I aten
adjusted lUtchrt lUr and Bracket Sliehlng. I an
the ( rencral agent tor the alioto line o ( ire > vK Ire
CrMtlnjr * , Fcnolnir , IlAlmtradcs , Verandas , Iron Bin
DR.HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT
. Will euro SVrToitonfM
l.umlimHh imMlnn , l * r
. ' , ' " NniinluU. Ntfljllra
Klilnrr , Siilnn ntnl Urn
'r " - , ) o t.Allim ! llrAt
n-DH' , IHMH-pMn , Oniu'l
@iJiit 1'Hll.mJ lrii : ( | > cliM. CnUnti
* " " ; l'llc . KillrWT , llill'Otpnpj
Dumli Affiic. l'nili\i n Vlrrlrir. Only nelciillfloKI'c
Ulr licit m Amrrlrnlhnt vmlttliM'.li'clrlclty mul nine
nctlum thrmipn tlinboilr&n < ! rMiboiTcJmrKrillnMi In
81.000 Would Not Duv It.
Do. Hoaxii I WM ftdllotfel with rheumUIsm urn
rated by uilng a licit To nny ono Mlllctftl wltt
that dlMMO , I would Mr , Iniy Homo's Kloottlo licit
Any ono din confer with ino liy wtltlnp calllnf
it my Btoro , 1420 Douglu itroet , Omnlm. NcK
MAIN OFF1CR Oi > poilto pottofflre , room 4 Frcn
Kffat B le t 0. F. GooJm n' § Dnijt'Storo' lilt
in m at , Onuht.
Orders nilod 0. 0 D
JAMES Y , ORAia ,
TUnii , specifications runt estimates of cost of laving
out now or rcmoilolliiK oM II\\MI , prailliiR , mulillnir ,
oto. , will bo fiirnldliod 011 application. Urnnur ntul
ilDftlcr in nil kinds of Floncrt , Shnibs , OrimnicnUI
M > J SlmJo Trcf * . Just tlio thliiK for Comctory or
Ijvwn Ucoorfttlnn. Orcon lUnuo niul Ntirsorr
Street , near Kort Omnha. Cut Plan on neil flower-
hit ! I'lntita In i > ot < ( or nalo at Ml acusoim , ftiid nny
Floral Designs or nonquota undo up on tlio ehortoat
notice. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
ilrost 1 * . O. llox DOS Omitm , Neb.
DISEASES OP THE
EYE & EAR
J T. ARMSTRONG , M. D. ,
Until ofllcos are ropalrod from result of tire , ofll
with Di. Parker , lloom E , Oiclghton lllocU 16th
nil Doug ! 8tr eotf
BRUNSWICK & CO.
Billiard , Ball Pool , Carom ,
AND ALL OTIinil GAM1NO TABLK3. TEN 1'IN
HALLS , OHKCKS , KTU
IS South 3d Street , fit. Loul , 411 Delaware Street
KaiiBis City , Mo , , 1321 Doiiglao St. . Oinalin , Nob.
1IENRY IIORNBE11QER ,
Wrlto ( or Catalogues nnd I'rloo Llat .
CHIOAti 0 , PJWIHA & ST. LOUIS ,
nr WAV oi'
OMAHA AND LINCOLN TO DENVSB ,
KANSAS CITY AND ATOIIISOIT to DENVER
Connect IMK In Union IhtpnlH nt KIIIIHHH City ,
Otmiluuiml Pcnvur wllh tliioiiKli trulim lor
Aw\ \ nil jiolntH In llio d'rciit West ,
Cuniicutlni ; In Ciiind Union Depot lit Olilcii o
wltli UuoiiKli trains lor
NKW YOItK , IIOHFON , '
And all KiiHlurn Cltlim ,
At 1'i'orlii M'ltli Iliunmh IniliiH lor Inilliuirij ) .
ollH , Ulnulnniitl , Coliuiibiix , nnd nil polnlH In
tliuKontli'KiiMt. At St. l.onls with tlirouah
truliiH lor all jiolnlH South.
ICIcgiintDiiy Co lulicn , 1'iulor CaiH , with ltd.
cllnliih' Chillis ( HcutH 1 1 IMI ) , Hinolcinx Cnra with
ItnvolvhiK OlmlrH , I'lilliniin 1'aliico Hli.'oiilni !
( 'ai-H and tliu tumoiiH U. It , , V < i. DlnlliK Carn
1-nndiilly toandfioniCliloiiKcMind KiinaiiHCIl.y ,
OhlciiKOiinil Council lllnlla : Cliicntii nnd lift-
MolniM , Uhlciiito , HI. .losejili , AK'lilBun nnd
Topuku without cliiiiici. | ; only tlauiiKh line
riiiinliiK thiil- own tialnn hiawvuu ClilcHgi ) ,
Lincoln nnd Dunvur , and ClilcaKo , HIUIHUU
Oily mul Uonvcr. Thunmh curs butwuun
Inuliiniipollo nnd Uounull lllnlVri , via I'uorlu ,
OOINM IVOHTll AND SOUTH.
Solid Tnilim of Kc'tnnt | Day Coiit'liCH nnd
I'lilliniin I'nliico81coiliiu | Cui'H mo run dully tc
nnd fioni HI. J.OUH ! ; vln llnnnllml ; ( jnlnuy
Keoknlc , IlnrlliiKlon , Cellar HiinklH and Albcil
J , en to Ht. 1'iuil and JIliini'iipollHi railoi'Cai
with Itdcllnlni ; CliiilrH lo and fioni Ht , I.ouh
nnd J'corln. Only ono cliiuiu | oreara between
St. I.onlHand Ie JlolneH , Iowa , I/lncoln , Nu.
limnldi , mid Dunvor , Colorado.
It In nlBf ) the only TliioiiKli I.lno Mtwcun
CT. LOITIO , MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
It In known nn thu ( treat Q'HKOUttll OAK
I/INK of Ainerlcu , and la universally admit
ted to bo thu
Plnost Equipped Eailroad In the World foi
all claasoa of Travel.
Thronch Tlokcto via ( Ills line for ualo ntui'
U. U. coupon ticket olllccs In tlio United Htatot
Mid Umiudu ,
T. J. I'OTTKK , I'KnOKVAI. LOWELL ,
. iiU n.iUt : cr. ( Jtu 'ui'
men " 1'olsoncd with I'otath. " Tlilt is tlio
MAY * with hundreds wlio liavo litn unwJie
enough to take H rn | i rlll , I'otaili mixtures , etc. ,
until dlnvttlon U almoat fatally Imp.ied. B lltn
Hpcclflo Is a vegetable remedy , and restores tliu / -
tem to ticaltliauU bulldi up the wjtto made by tucta
"I wis inflerrnir with Iihod I'ulsoti , ami treated
cot eral months with Mi rcury and 1'utatli , only tu
make mu cr e. TIu : I'utain took away my appetite
and K" > mu dynpcpsla , and lolli itatomo rneuma <
tlsm. I tlicn took bamparllU , itc. All thcuo made
me still wome , as It drove tliupoUon ftrtlitrlnto my
yitein. A Irlend IntlHcd I iliould t ko Hwlfl'srijiucl ,
lie , and It curwl iu ot tliu lllood 1'olnou , drove tliu
Mercury and Totaili out of my > ntetj ] , ondtudiyl
Aiu ft well an I over a , " OKO , 6. WKU.M AN , Jr
M. Halem , Jlna
John A. Hmltli. the larKCtt merer ant In Oilneovllle
0 . , ) : " 1 tlfi > rod lor jcars from th combined
dtcctsof Krjiljitlos iU Xczcina , I dontlnuiid to
glow wor.u under medical treatmeut ftnd hy taking
inediclno ( Oiitulnlntf Totath , U. H fa , cured mu thur
ou My anil aUoluttily , My amielltu itreiiRth Rfcd
flesh rvturnuil an I vmi curul ulth U. "
Our TreatUo on lllood and Hklu Diseases mailed tree
Drawer 3 , Atlanta ,
v v o" ' 11 w " ii t , | i. fi h rd ;
| -tilladvliliU | oillovi 1SW t'liutnut CV.
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE JLJN UMAHA TO BUY
Ono of the Boat and largest Stocks in.tlio United State ?
to select from.
NO STAIRS TO OLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER .ELEVATOR , 'A '
North-Western Electric Light Go ,
BOW' AQKNI8 FOR NKU11ASKA AND Ol'KllATOHS OP CiaKUUATKD WKSTON AND U. S.
Electric Arc and Incandescent Streets'A !
Adontotl by the U. S. Govornmmit nnd most of the loading steamship oompnnie |
nnd llotola. Rcgnrdod aa the
PUREST , WHITEST AND BEST
ELECTRIC LIGHT PRODUCED ,
For Kutos Inquire ntSoflice , N. AV. Cor. Fiftcontli mul Fnnmni Streets
IT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
FOR ALL ARE FOUR3D 1
Where They Can Enjoy Pure Air & Water !
And nil of ! the good nnd plcnsanfc things thnt go to ratiko up n coin-
ploto mid hnppy existence.
The town of South Omnlm is situated south of tlio city of Oranha
on tlio line of the U. P. itnihvny. nnd it ia loss thnu Sty miles from the
Omnha post oflico to the north line of thu town site.
South Omnha is nonrly H inilos north nnd south by 2j cast and
west , nnd covers nn nren of nearly four squnro miles ,
The stock ynrds nro nt the extreme southern limit.
Nearly 150 lots have boon Bold f ul the demand is on the increase
The yards nro hoing rapidly pushed to completion.
The # (50,000 ( beef pitching house is progressing finely.
Tlio $30,000 Water Works nro keeping pace with the other im
cmonts , nnd thollotcl and Exchnngo Building will bo erected nt once
The B. & M. nnd Belt Line Railways have n largo force of men at
work mid will , in connection with thoU. P. Railway , have a union depot
near the park nt the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will bo
furnished for Church and School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing city. They will never
bo cheaper than they are to-day.
jJ3 ? Apply nt the Company's office , cor. of 13th and Douglas [ streets
over tlio Omaha.Saving's Bank.
: . A. UPTON ,
Assistant Secretary ,
10(1 ( anil 108 Houth 141 h Street , Orootu , Nebraska , "Correspondence Solicited. "
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED
1118 FAItNAM STREET , OMAHA. NEB
Double and Single Acting Power ana Hand
Enulno Trimmings. Mining Bfnchlnory , Bolting , HOBO , Brans and Iron Filtlrt-a ,
team Packing tit wholesale and retail. HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , OHU1UH
AND SOIIOOL BELLS.
Corner 10th Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
NEW MABKHAM HOTEL
The Palace Hotel of Denver.
Oor , Seventeenth aud Lawrence Sts
Uoouia 7Go to 82.00 i > cr day , SpocUl Itattt by the Month.
THE FINEST TABLE IN THE WEST.
Oouduotcd ou the American and European Plans.
Hoard § 7 per week , _
Ul C W4.
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