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OMATIA DAILY BEE SATURDAY JULY 19 , 1884.
Wo guarantee the euro of the following named ills
caies , or no pay : IlhounntMin , Scrofula , Ulceti ,
Catarrh , all Itluod andkludl < eate4 , UvfiwpsU , Mvo
Complaint , Kidney and llladdcr Diseases. Uout , Neil
fclgla and Asthtmt , Tlicjj Springs are the favorite
oeort of the tlrvil an.l debllltatad , and are the
FEKULK LAtHKS 1JKST K111KN1) ,
Oood hotel , Ihery and bathing nccomodAtlon both
winter and eunmicr. Locality highly picturesque
and healthy. Accessible bv Wabash railway , i
Kvnnft , orC.B. & ( J. , at Albany. Corrcopotidcno
elicited , KEY. M. U. TllOMl'SON ,
Albany , SUo&m Springs , Gentry Co. , Wo.
Specific Gravity , .1.001
Carbonlo Acid Gas SA In. per gallon
Carbonate Calcium 85,9-21 drain
Carbonate Iron 7,041 ! '
Sulphate Magnesia 3.7S3 "
Bulphato Calcium 1,148 "
Chloride Sodium 7,260 '
millca 1,5M '
Alumina . . . .0,010
Organloand Volatile matter and loss 1,459 '
alollds per gallon 07,174 "
\Vliliir&M < * iti , , Chemist )
N. SCHURZ ,
OFFICE OVER ASlRHtCAN KXPUES3.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. - IOWA ,
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY 1IAMS.
J , Y. FULLER ,
No .89 Pearl Street Council Bluffs , own.
As thcro are many
So-Called Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , nho are practicing their qiuckcry on
our people , I deem It but Justlic to fay that I dclv
nny ot them to prrdice n diploma , or credentials ,
ndlcatlng that they are gtaduatcs nf any ictcrlimr-
mtitutc , and I do hereby caution the publU ngalne
such quacks , a
am the Only Known Graduate
IN WESTERN IOWA.
Office & 125 '
Pharmacy , B'dway ,
AT 11LUE 1JAUK.
T. J. CADY , M. D. , V. S.
At the well-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT ,
209 Upper Broaaway , the
Of Council Blufls. Notice our reduced Price List.
lri pounds Extra C Sujrir for $1 00
12 pounds Granulated Suzar 1 00
16 ! poundd Choice Oatmeal . . 1 On
25 pounds Nary Beans 1 00
20 pounds 13-Bt Uull. Starch 1 00
12 pounds Carolina Hlco 1 00
12 pounds Choicu I rum B l OC
25 bars Buffalo Soap 1 00
Extra Lake Trout , per pound ( ft
Lorrlhard's I'lug peril ) 10
1 dozen Mackerel IS
Colorado Flour , Winter , per cwt 200
10 pounds Ginger Snapi I 00
40 pounds h mloy 100
6ttallnti Keg Syiup 1 70
White Fish , per kit 80
Mackerel , per kit 10
Dates , per pound 10
103 pound cans Standard Tomatoes 100
All kinds California Fruits
pound Lusk's Standard 4 for 1 00
All grades , according to quality , 15o to SOo per
Wo also carry a full line of Men's , Ladles' and
Children's fine Shoci and MenV Finn Boots at very
ow prices. Also a full line 01 Tinwvro and general
rchanjlfe. Call on us and be convinced that you
sa\o monny Vy doalini. with us. Goods delivered
o In any part of the c'.ty.
u Kuord , wearu bound to sell and challenge all
anlo competition In this countv.
J. 1' . FILBERT' '
DISEASES OP THE
/ T. ARMSTRONG , M. D. ,
Until otllces are repaired from result of Uro , otll
with 1)1. I'arkor , Itoom C. Cre&hton ISIocI ; ICtli
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adjuitod lUtchct U r and Ilraukot hhcMng. lam
the general a < cnt for the ahotellno of good * Iren
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FINIALS , WINDOW GAPS ,
TIN , /RON AND SLATE ROOFING ,
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Ilalllnzs. Window and Cellar Guards , Kto ,
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iiiiiU " iiilrnrliin uii > aD of c'ira
fuSS"ur.drtw ? tt"U. . "OWtiai.Muodtt..CJonn
HAS NO UPERIOR , .
The Steck is a Durable Piano ,
TIIK STECK HAH BINDING QUALITY OF TONB
FOUND NO OTIIKll I'lANO.
SOLI ) NLV Y
BUGS , , '
Bilious symptoms invannblj
arise from indigestion , such as f urroi
tpnpuo , voniiling of bile , giddiness
sick headache , irregular bowels. The
liver secretes the bile and acts like n
filter or sieve , 13 cleanse impurities
of the blood. By irregularity in its
notion or suspensions ot its functions
the bile is liable to overflow into the
blood , causing jaundice , sallow coin-
a languidweary feeling nnd many
other distressing symptoms. Bil
iousness may OB projierly termed an
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thoroughly cured by the grand reg
ulator of the liver nnd biliary organs
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rjrPrlcca ol Dilllnl anil Pool Tables anil matcrhla
urnshod on application.
rpHE reports from tlio mo of Cwllt's SpeclHo ( S 8
JL H. ) In the treatment of Cancer continue to bo
uon trful. There nccnn to lie nn iloubt that It 19 a
icel hu spcclflc ( or Skin Cancer or KplUiclIoma.
"Kortwent ) > ors I suHcrcil from a Cancer on my
neck 'Patent Potash and Mercury lllxturos' fed
insci.a'1 of curing the cancer. 1 lost the use of my
ann < and the upper part of my body. Jly general
icallh was broken donn. and my Ufa w.as dlnpalrod
of , S. S. S. cured me sound nnd well. Tlila nculuaao
of life It jra > o to mo cnnnot bo lucajurcd by any
nunotarv akm. lonomyllfo and the support tf
my family to Swift's Si ciio. "
\V. IU IIOBINSON , DaUaboro , Go.
"Sir. llrooks , near Albany , was hrpelcssly anilctod
vith Cinccr. It had catfti tlirouyh tils IICMU Into
hit mouth and throit. The time of his death vas
only a quoitlou of a very short time. Ho prajcd for
r.cath , hia sulTerlnK was so great S 3. S. has had a
uonderful cllvct on him. Ills lnipro\cment it HH
irreat that we alKcrlsino of hi * being perfectly curul
time. W II. O1I.UEHT , Albany , Ga.
Our Trp.atlso on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free
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N. Y. Office , IPO W. 22d St. , between Bib a
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I cure equally the sad con-
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you ! h , nervousness and im
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in lwaiiti iiinn > IC' > i | iiiH 'trull piu'i Illii'-liiilluiij.
tiiooiih 9M < III.M riliofiUilinmiii-n. Alionkrnri nry
: inost rooms In the city. Centrally located and
near HOMO railway
UlGDoiiglftaSt. , - OMAHA , NE13.
TUHM3 82 to S-.M per day , at per room.
O. O UAMl'IlKLTj , Proprietor ,
The nchol tlo year commence ! on the
First Wiiesilay in September ,
The cotirao ol liibtruttlon embraces all the Kkmen-
taryand lil 'tar luanihen of a flnUlied education ,
nillcrtiico of JtcllKlon Unoobttado to the > ulinl -
s'.on of yount ladlcn. 1'uplU are received at any
time of the jt r.
TERMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Includlnt ; Ikunl , Wanlilti } . ' , Tuition In Kn lUh aud
Kffiicu , use ol bookd. I'Uuo , l > ir nwulon ot
ipivo Months , - - $150.00
KXTKACHAUaCT-Drawlnir , I' : ntliir , Oertnin
Harp , Violin , ( iuitir and Vo al Uutlo.
Kefurcnocs are reiiulrod from all persons unknown
to the institution. For further Inlormitinu amilv to
the LA1 > Y ht'rEUlOil
Tlio Country School.
1'rctty ntul pslo niul tired
Slia ulti in lior stilt back clmir ,
\Vlnlo the blazing summer nun
Shines In on her neil brown Imlr ,
Ami the Httlo brook without ,
Tint 9)19 ) lionm through tlio open iloor ,
Mocliti with Its tmmnor cool
Until li'iich ntul dusty Hour ,
It ( ootna ftn omlloss rotnul
( irAininer nnd A , 1) ) , 0 :
Thn blnckbcmrdii ntul the simmj
The stupid Boogrnjihyj
Whou from toucher ti > llttlo .llm
Not ono of tliem cures ft utrnwa
" " In "cano "
Whether "John" it nny ,
Or Kansas In Omnhn.
Far tllmmy'fl birp brown foot
Are nchlng to wiula tn thn utronm ,
Whom the trout to hln Inrlnp bnlt
Shall lonp with n quick , liriRht
Anil his toucher' * blue oyc stray
To the flowers on the umk hard by ,
Till her tlumshtfl have followed her pyo
Witli a half unconscious sigh
Her heat * , outruni the clock ,
As Mio smells their fnlnt sweet Bcont ;
But when liavo time and lioa't
Their mon uro in unison blont ?
IVr time will Imito or Ing ,
l.lko your shnilow on the grass ,
That lingers fnr behind ,
Or tlios when you faiu would paHj ,
liavo patlonco , restless Jim ,
The Rtrcnm nml fish will wait ;
And imtlouco , tirnil blue oycs
Down iho winding road by the gale ,
Under the willow shade ,
Stnnds nome ono with fresher flowers ;
So turn to your books iu.ilii ; ,
Aud keep love for tlin nftor hours.
| St. Louis KopLbltcan.
ALMOST A GHOST STOEY ,
Xow Orleans Tlmoa-Damocr.it.
" 1 don't ' believe 1 over told you my
experience in the dead-houso of the hos
pital after Sailor John's death , " said n
well-known physician to n reporter. " ]
never cared about saying anything ro
gardiug it , for if I have to confess it , for
the first time In my life 1 vlia n little
"You know the dead-house at Charity
hospital and ita interior ? Well , I had
liad a case of aneurism that puzzled ull
of us , and , being a young physician then ,
I had a natural pride in my diagnosis ,
which did not agree with that of the
other Burgcona. So I determined that
when the patiunt died , as ho was sure to
do , I would hold an autopsy myself.
Well , the poor follow succumbed at luat ,
and , as I had been busy all day , I could
not got baek to the ho.spital until 11
o'clock on the night of Juno 30th. I
remember the date well. Illuminating
the inside room of the dead-house , there
was but a single gas-burner alight. Rig
id on ono of the dissecting tables was my
subject , awaiting mo.
"I needn't toll you that , after all my
student life at the hospital , going out
there alone at that time of night pro
duced not the slightest impression upcn
mo. Wo were too used to auch things
io notice them. In fact , so great was
ny desire to prove my diagnosis correct
is against that of other physicians , 1
thought only of the caao , and nothing
else."It waa anything but a pleasant night.
[ may Bay that I catmot remember a
nero disagreeable one. A blustering
lorthor was blotting and a heavy rain
'ailing. The wind moaned around the
eaves of the hospital os if hundreds of
sufferers wore in agony , aud the gurgle
of water in the gutters leading to the
cistern waa anything but musical. Once
111 a while a flash of lightning throw out
in relief the bodies lying on other tables
awaiting burial. Certainly it was a night
f nights for a viait to a dead-house.
"Well , I took off my oilcloth coat ,
opened my dissecting case , and atartod
to work. The wind stole In through
crevices and flared the gas so that I waa
delayed in my investigation considerably.
But after an hour's hbor I approached
, ho solution of the problem over which 1
md so long atudied. So full of anxiety
was I my hand trembled , and seeing thia
[ stopped , filled my pipe aud began
smoking to conquer my eagerness.
"The face of the dead man was ashen
n its paleness , and bin flesh waa aa cold
AS marble. Looking back at the picture
now , I don't think I ever saw a moro
spectral corpse than that. The eyesworo
open and in the agonies of death the
jaws had contracted , so that in the rigor
mortis ho had a sardonic grin that was
horrible in its lnor.
"Tho pitter of the rain on the roof
was incessant , but it sounded ploa3antfor
it aoomod company to one. Still it did
not drown all other sounds , for now and
again above the storin there came from
the feimilo ward a wail of anguish from a
poor sufferer in delirium.
"Jt took but a few minutes' smoking
to recover my atcadineas of hand nnd J
"While bunding over the bodv , nnd
just at a moment when the greatest deli
cacy of operation was required , a curious
noijo from one corner of the dead house
sturtlod me. It waa not like a footstep ,
but waa something like a shuttling of
"Instinctively I looked in that dirco
tion , and noticed for the lirst time mmio
four or five ekulls on the lloor ( n a par
tial stnto of preparation. The younger
otudents had been nt work preparing
them for their cabinets. The grinning
faces looked ns if to chide mo for work
ing on Hiich a night , but then I was too
anxious about my case to miss my oppor
"Applying myself again to my subject ,
I was soon lost in the peculiar develop-
inontn niy eye discovered each moment ,
when again 1 wan annoyed by a distinct
Bound from the corner.
"Glancing In that direction , It mutt bo
confessed ! was not n Httlo uurpriaod to
sen ono on the skulls moving slowly to
ward me/along the fUgging of the lloor.
1 rubbeii my eyes and looked again.
There it was the lloahloss sockets of the
eyes gazing at mo , the uneven , jagged
teeth giving n ghastly grin to the mouth ,
"It is n little difficult for mo to toll
exactly what were my feelings. That
they were peculiar I frankly admit. 1
foil to studying about the cause of thu
motion on the part of the skull , nnd ex
amined closely to tee whether or not
thcro waa a sprint- attached and a student
uluying one of hia prankn ,
"Hut no. In the light I could plainly
discern that there waa nothing att'iched
to this rulio of Immunity. Then what
moved it ?
"Still engrossed with my endeavors to
solve this mystery , J did not take my
cyog on" the skull.
"Slowly , stealthily and stca'lily itcamo
on directly toward whore I WUH Hitting on
a high stool. The motion produced a
dull , grating Bound , as eoino sharp protuberance -
tuboranco of bonn scratched on the mar-
bio Blabs ,
"Aftor it had advanced about throe
feet it stopped. "
'I ' laid down my pipe , still keening
my cyo on the unpleaaunt objoet and
tried to laugh away the morold nanti-
inenta that had now began to rise within
mo. I whispered to mself how much I
would have railed at any brother phyai-
cian should ho have told mo of experi
encing the slightest feeling of nervous
ness under similar circumstances. Even
the studonta would have retailed the
ntfair as an indication of my oiruniinacy
had they known it. Surely thcro wore
mechanical causes to produce these ro
snltfl. I know that the unsubstantia
cnuld not give motion to the substantial
My natural philosophy told mo that there
must bo a force at work to impel tha
grim fragment of a human frame towan
mo. Yet what force was it ?
"I determined not to leave my aoa' '
to attempt a close inspection , fearing
to bo rowardeil by the laughter o :
these who were endeavoring to astonish
mo."Tho dreary monotone of the rain am'
the unearthly sobbing of the wind turnoc
my rejections to a moro sombro color ,
and some things came luck to mo that 1
had road in Robert Dale Owon'a 'Foot
prints ou the Boundurios of Another
rt'orltV curious things , authenticated by
affidavits and all the solemnity of oaths ,
of remarkable rovhitanta from the grave.
While dwelling un these subject * 1 recall
the many conversations 1 had had with
my patient , now dead and buried weeks
Sailor John and his persistent assever
ations of the possibility of the intellec
tual spir of it returning to this world of
"Thorol The skni ; moved again. On
it came , still sliding along in a direct line
"Do what I would , 1 could not shako
nf ( a fooling of nnuasiness and disquiet.
I did not like the situation that about
" ' 15 o o oko,1 grated the skull's
bony points on the lloor , the sound tingl
ing my norvoH as whan ono scratches the
tiugor'uail on brick or rough sur
face."My pulse grow mere frequent. 1
experienced a chilly sensation down my
back and a cold perspiration dampened
"Around mo the corpse lay , the gas
light making thorn sulfron-yellow.
"They at least did not move.
" 1 could stand this strain no longer.
It vras unbearable. I was becoming the
victim of a weakness for which I would
liavo reprimanded a child. 1 felt palo , if
that ia possible , for it seemed as if my
ilood had rushed to my heart.
"With a bwuncl 1 sprung toward the
kull , and , stopping. t raepoU it with my
two hanca , I lifted it Irom the lloor.
"Out jumped a largo rat , and ran
scampering away. 1 cannot describe my
eolinga when 1 saw the cause of my dis
comfiture. At ifrst I laughed , and than
lociuno angry with myself for , oven for a
nomcnt , allowing soch an incident to dia-
urb my equilibrium.
"Examining the skull I saw how it had
occurred. The rat had enfered the cav-
ty in which the brain had boon through
ho foramer magnum , or aperture through
rhich the nerve matter of the spinal col-
linu communicates with the brain , The
skull turned over imprisoning the body
ot the creature , and permitted the use of
ts foot only through this foramen. Ho
could not move the skull , but while lie
was on the ( Ioor ho cuuld not got hia
"Pasted across the whitened brow was
piece of paper , and on it a students
mme 'Honry J. Stubbs' and below :
Skull of Sailor Sohn , a king of ono of
.ho Polynesian Islands ; died May 12 ,
180 ! ) . Charity hospital. '
"In an instant I remembered the day
of the month. It was Juno 30th , the
light of John's birthday. Jlis promise
came back to mo. lie had said that ho
would make himself known to mo on
"I regretted the intervention of the
rat. LI ad that animal never boon dis
covered by mo there would have been
an excellent foundation for a ghost story
oil which I could have made my aflidavlt ,
and thus swell the number of authcnti-
cotod cases of remarkable spiritual man-
festations. But the rat spoiled it ali.
"Even with the full explanation of
, ho sculls movements the nurvous feei
ng did not pass off for some time , and
oven now when Juno JtOth comes around
think of Sailor Jon and his promise ,
vhich , liowovor ho has never fulfilled.
How many people there nro BtrnRgHnK to
iso in this world that are kicked down mid
mt by envious rival * . Tltoiivis' iclectric Oil
lover "kicked out" its patrons. It is trim
> luo. For throat nlTectinns.asthina and catarrh
t ia a certain nnd rapid euro.
Industr.il education is quiotaa nocoasary
or our girls as for our boys , that which
will put them in a way to earn their own
iving , if _ necessary , or if not to bo able
0 intelligently conduct their own honso-
lolds. The happiness in homos depends
[ ion the way in which thpy are kept , thu
kill with which the food is prepared and
> rought upon the tablo. A poor batch
f th staff of life may bo the entering
wedge to pormannnt discord ; a well or
l-cuoked steak has much to do with the
oed or bad temper ot these who oat it.
\n education for | our girls which shall
horoughly train them in all housekoop-
ng arti , which will give skill Mid ili-ft-
iers to the hands as well aa cuitiv.iti m
rO the bruin , will bo of ineatnnahlo vuluo
md become ono of the factors of advanc-
Other countries are doing far moro in
, hia direction than tlio United States ,
and Bomo from which it would not bo ox-
looted. Take Mexico for example. It
s but a comparatively short time oince it
was In a state of nnarohy and revi 1 ittop ,
nnd anything in the wr.y of improvement
n educational methods would have aoumid
ho wildest chimoM , and yet , busidoi
what IIUB been done for boyD , echoolH
mvn been established in which girln and
oven middle aged women have an oppur-
.unity to learn almost every branch of
ndustrlal work. A woman correspon
dent of the Now Orleans Democrat
writes in detail of a "School of ArU and
I'radis" for women found by Bimlto
luwz , which han been taken in
land by the ( ( ovornment and ix
) oing proasod vigorously forward toward
1 "perfect ronli/itlon of the ideal chor-
shed by ita generous founder. " Already
hero are in attendance U08 regular jni-
) lla , none under 12 years , but including
noiiy 'who have reached middle ago.
lore are taught moulding , gilding , book-
nnding , the upholstering of furniture ,
manufacturing artificial ( lowers , printing
a newspaper ia published by the
Indents drawing , painting , vocal and
nstruinental inutia and other of the uso-
ul arts and industries. In Guadalajaa ,
connected with the Ilospica , there is
till another school of urt/i and trad PC ,
whore women are instructed in print-
ng , photography , lithography , steno
graphy , tailoring , shooinaking ,
tocking and cloth weaving. This , too ,
s supported by the government , wh'ch
eoms to outer enthusiastically into what
ever will advance the education of its
children. If Mexico , with ull the disad
vantages under which it han to lubor , is
doing HO much for the Industrial ediica-
ion of iU girls , what might not be ox-
looted of the United States where i < a
leoplo once thoroughly awake to thu im-
lortanco of the mutter ? That it ia arous-
UK is evident from the discussion now
joing on in nowsparera and magazines
tmung the moat thoughtful writers and
o'lucatora in the country.
CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
t.TIckots only $ . " ! . Shares In
Louisiana Slate Lottery COIMY.
"H' do hereby etrtify that tteiuptrtftt t\e ot
mngemtnlt fur all the Monthly and Stmi-Annua
Dramnyi tf //otiufanit State tottery Company
and in iitnon manage and control tht Drawinai
thetnttlvti , and that tfit tame ate conducted tHrt
heneitv/ain > eti , and in f ( ml faith touard all fat
tit4 , and IM authority the tempany to tn < Aii ter
titrate , ttithraf-eiinilti o/ our tiynattirei aKaoi * )
in < U atlvtrttiemtntt. "
Incorporated In 1883 for 55 yoart by the legltUtntt
tn educational and charitable purpose * with a o p
ll t ol 11.000,000 to which a reserve fund of OTOI
(1(0,000 nag since boon added.
Uy an oterwholmlnir popular vole lit tr neh'fo
WM made a part ol the rronnnt itato oonitllut'on
dopl d December 2d , A. b. 1S7 .
The only Lottery over voted on nnd on-
doraud by the people of nny Stnto.
It never scales or postpone ) .
Itn grand elnglo number drawings take
A splendid opiwrtuuHy to win n Fortune
Klghth Grnml JJrnwIiw ; Chun II , In the Acad
emy of Music , Now Orleans , Tnomlny , Aug.
l2Ui , 18SJ 171st Moittlily drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE , 575,000.
100,000 Tickot.1 nt l-'lvo Dollara Kach. Frac
tions , iu Viftlit In proportion ,
L1HT W I'UIZKS.
1 CAPITAI , I'UIZK . _ . . . . JTS.COt
1 do do . M,00 <
I do do . 10,001
! P11IZK3 OF OW . 1V.OK
ft do 000 . 10,00k
10 do 1000 . 10,00 (
SO do 100 . IOftX
100 do SCO . M.rAK
800 do 100 . OO.OX
. ' 00 do 10 . 25000
1000 do Si ! . 25,000
9 Approximation prliwa ol | 7t > 0 . 6,75 (
B do do & 00 . 4,60 , (
do do ! 50 X.J.V
1887 1'tlroo , amouutlnR to J2aj,60t
Application for rates to clubs should bo made onlj
to the offloo ol thn Company In Now Orleans.
For further Information vrtlto clearly gMng full
Address. Ualio 1 * . 0. Money Ordoro payable nat
addreaa Registered Letters to
KKW OHLKANa NATIONAL DANK' ,
Now Orleans , L .
Postal Notes and ordinary letters by Mall or K
press ( all suiua of 95 and upward ) by Express at oui
expense ) to
U A. DAUPinN ,
or K. A. TUUPIIIN. Now Orleans La.
007 Sincntli St. , Waih'iiRton , 1) . C.
'kLA ! 9f him perfi clly , "
fl Ir . W 'I'1 ' " "til.
8 Lj } ff * r II uml ruin of
. . .n , rm well nn IIIOHD from wputnliln phHlclaiiH
tlirntlirhnut tin ) \\linli ) I' S.li'xlllytn IlioMcrth nf
IIORLICK'S rod ) FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS.
Iti'iiulriai liSi-ioklli > lli tfiHxl 111 licjilUi or ck'k.
IIPIIH 4UnndTrirtK. IlynlldruxKliitH HooLwmUrvo.
IIOIM.ICK'S I''OII ) CO. , lin.'li. , > VU.
-ti-Smut by tnill ou rcculpt of | > rlcu In bt Jinia.-ua )
"Iowa from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
OK& .Springs , and Is the opinion of the moot eminent
medical men Naturo'H Sovereign Cure for Consti
pation , Dlspopsla , Torpid Liver , Inactive
Conditions Of the Kidneys , and a most salutary
altcratUo In acroliilona nffoctlonn , With ladle * , ROM-
lomen , and bniMl\antu uvcrvwhuro It has become
ho standard of dietary oxuudlentB , fortliyhi the
llK'ostho ( unctioiiH and enalillu froe-ll\era tnliidnlco
with Impurity at table. The world nf wi'ullh , Intil.
IKCIICO and rclliieincnt tOBtlflca to Itn sparkling , "at-
nik'ly ' | iuruand delightful iiiaiititlen | on iho beu'ra o
ijcoinparablo , anil aecrtdit it with bilnK the siircnt
and rpcodU'Ht snurcu ofcloar ROiiploxlon- hhrnUh
and exuberant Kplrlta. natliorii Spring Water
B | sold In g\wn \ buttli > 8 ; four dozou piiilnaru pocl > ed
imc-aso It may lie bbtilnml at all liotfin , niiiln
s , wlno merchants , and K"-'cr * uvtrjwhor
CIIICAGO.rEOK Li & ST. LOUIS ,
n v WAV or
OUAHA AMD LINCOLN 70 DEUVS3 ,
EA1IUAS CITY AND ATOHIGOJI ts DSHVSQ
In I'nloii loHts | lit KnusiiHClt ) ,
il Dcuvi'i with tluoii ) , ' ) ! Iniiuii tor
Anil nil ) x > lnM In llio ( iii'at V'fbt ,
nt , ' l ( iiniul I'ulon Dopnl itt Chicago
with tliruiili | ; linlii1) lur
NK rr Y o it K , no s T o N ,
And all r.HKlnrii ( 'illi'H.
At 1'rnrl'i with tliiouirli tr.ilni Inr Iinlliinn ; ) .
oIlH , ( Jlnolnn.itl.CiiliiinlitK , iinil nil poluM ( n
Hit' south. i : si. At HI. I.uiils with tliiuiiuh
for ull | K > lntH hoiith.
l.lriinl | ; D.iy < ' < Mihri , I'lillui' dim , nltll llo.
( lining l'lniirtn'atN 1 1 ' < ) , MmikliiK Curs with
' I'lillnmn J'nliico -
liovolvuu ; t'luiliH , Kli-unlnu
( 'HI-H iinil HID lamoiiH U It. ( ) , Dining ( 'iiirt
run ilully tdiinil from fhlcnuo iinil KiuiHai'lty ,
I'lilniKoanil Council Illnlla ( ; iilnio | iinil | ) I < H
Mnlni'N , chli'iiK" , t. .IiiBi'jili , Atclilson iinil
TujinkH wliliuul I'I.IIIK | . ( July tliioiiKli line
riiiiiilng th li own truliiH Ijciwrcn ( 'hlvti | ; < > .
Lincoln anil IXinvur , iiml UhluitKO , liitinart
( llv iinil Ditnvur. 'I'hiuii h can Imtwcun
Jriinniiii | > ells unit C'nuuull lllnird , via 1'i'oild.
COINU rS'OKTH AM ) hOUTII.
fiollil TmliiH of ] : iiMUiit ! Day Coachi'H mill
I'ullnian I'liliU'iiSlcdplnu Cain mu inn iliuly In
mill fioin SI , I.oniH , via lluniilli.il , ( jnlncy ,
Kiuikuli , IlnilliiKton , Ccilar IliudilM anil Allunt
l.ciiliiSi. Taut mill .MIiuiraHin | ] | , I'mloi Cain
n'llli IliK'llnliiK ChaliH KI mill lioin Ht. J.inil-
anil I'cintii. Only oiii ) I'haiiKO of IMUH bi'twrrn
S > t. l.diilHiinil IIH : MolncM , luwii , Lincoln , .So-
lirn'tka , and Denver , Colonulo
U iHiilHo thu only 'rinoiili | ; l.l
6T. LOUIS , MimiEArOLIB and ST. PAUL.
It Is known UN the Brent Tllltori.ll ( Ull
I is I. ot Amciluu , mill la universally ailnill
> t in hit thu
Finest Equipped Ballroad In the World far
all clacacj of Travel ,
Through Tlcli'tH via this line Jar nulit nt ul-
II. It. coupon tlckutulllci-uJnUio Uiiitoastatof-
dnil ( 'anudik.
. J. I'OTTKIl , I'KHOEVAh I.OWKI.L ,
' , Uca '
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE U UMAHA TO BTIY
Ono of the Best and largest Stocks in' the United State ?
to select from ,
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER , ELEVATOB ,
IT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
FOR ALL ARE FOUETO !
Where They Can Enjoy Furs Air & Water !
And nil of tlio good nnd pleasant things that go to make up a com
plete nnd happy existence.
The town of South Omaha is situated south of the city o Omaha
on the line of the U. P. Jlaihvay. and it is leas than 5J miles from tha
Omaha post oflico to tlio north line of the town site.
South Omnlm is nearly H miles north and south by 2i eaat and
west , nnd covers an area of nearly four squnro miles ,
The stock yards nro at the extreme southern limit.
Nearly IfiO lots have been sold and the demand is on the increase
The yards are heing rapidly pushed to completion.
The $00,000 bcof packing house is progressing finely.
The $30,000 Water Works are keeping pace with the ol her im
provemcnts , and the Hotel and Exchange Building mil bo erected at once
The B. & M. nnd Belt Line Railways have a largo foroo of men nt
work and will , in connection with the U. P. Railway , have a union depot
near the park at the north end of Hie town. Suitable grounds will be
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.
at the Company's office , cor. of ISth and Douglas'streets
over the OmabnJSaving's Bunk.
. A. UPTON ,
U , S. DEPOSITORY.
J. H. MILLAUD , President. WM. WALLACE Cashier.
Capita ! and Surplus , S5OO.OOO.
. . . _ _
Flro nnd Buri/lftr l'roof Safes for Ilont'nt from Bo to SO per annum , -j
Double and Single Acting Power ano Hand
EiiL'inu TriinmincB. Mining jrnchinory , Beltinff , Hogo , Braes nnd Iron Filllt tja ,
tonni I'ackn.p . nt wJiolosalo nnd rotr.il. HALLADAY WIND-LIILLS , ( J1IU1U H
AK1) SCHOOL HELLS.
Corner 10th Farnam St. , Omaha Neb.
The I'alaco Hotel of Denver.
Cor , Seventeenth and Lawrence Sta
, Iloomn 7te to lEZ.oo ycr ilay. Social Itnles hy the Month.
THE FINEST TABLE IN THE WEST.
Oan ducted on thn American and European Flans.
Hoard § 7 per week.
S , CONDON , - - PROPfi 3ITO
0. F. GOODMAN.
AND DEALER IN
CMAHA. NEBRASKA ,
A victim ot curly impriiucuto , cr Ting noryous
" " " 7. iiremaluro dutfty , eta , Iiuum iriw u
fwry &Dmn ( ronn/ily. Iir.1ulnuivtrwu a almpo
Ol IWslfHJUrt' , V'liCU ' llU Will AO il I'ltUli tO
TlIJlillffivKK * * Li'umw KU. Wfrf Vori *
S. H. ATWOOD ,
Plattsinouth , - - - - Neb ,
( Ksipmiar TMOBOUUIIBRIU AKV man ami
KIEFOBD m JEBSEK U1TLE
ADO DUKOO OKHUIT BID IWIHI
fjrYounjf stock lor MO | , OorntpoodioM loll t i
IS DLCIDE1) 11V
Royal Havana Lottery I
lA ( OOVKUN11ENT INSTITUTION. )
Drawn at Jlavanu , nha , Kvery 12
to 11 Days.
TICKKT3 , 82.00 , HALVES. l TO.
Uuliject t J no manipulation , not controlled bj Iho
initlMln Intuit. U In the falrctt thlujf In Iho
nature oichanro ; In existence. . . , . , ,
1'or Information and jwrtlculm apply toHIIIPSbTT
CO.Omi. AtrtnU , 1212 llromUM , N V. city ,
K. KAUIli 00. , 417 > Valuut ftrcit , St. I.juli , JIo. ,
or Krauk Lobrano , L. U. , 0 > VMJilOtte , Kui.
jy 12-U&0 & wly.
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