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THE DAILY BEE-THURSDAY , JIHNE 25 , 1885.
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Ono of ho Best and Largest Stacks in the United State *
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ELEG-ANT PASSF.MflER ELEVATOR
' Pneumonia ,
PURE Dyspepsia Jana
WHISKEY Fotltlvelu Jttltcved and Xatttr
_ , _ _ _
THIS WHISKEY SHOULD' POUND ON THE SIDEBOARD or EVEEY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.f
BO HOT BE DEOEIVED.-Manr Drugplsta nnd Grocers who do not hare Dairy's Tar
off oncustomcrs , whlskoyof thclrown oottune , wnlcl
Mult WllUUcr In ctoclc , attempt to palm
b lns of an Inferior grndo nnd adulterated , pays them a larger profit.
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The iulua ! Life insurance Company ,
OF NEW YOKE.
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3 , Itfl ratoa nf premiums < uo LOWEIl than tlioeo ol any other company.
i. It has no "etoc1ibolder8"toclalm any part of It ] profits.
6. It offers no BCUKMEd under the name of insurance for speculation by tpcclal clwaea upon tht
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0. Itsprcscnt atallable CASH RESOCIICES exceed thoeo of nny o the f Life Insurance Company In the
worl.l.It hag received In cash ( mm all sources , from February. 1S43 , to January , If-ff , $270 f OJ.DFJ.CC.
It haa returned to the people , In cash , from February , 18)3 , to January , USB , $21P.094,2HOC.
Iticuh Assets on the let ot January , 1885 , amount to moro than
W. F. ALLEN , MERRILL & FERGUSON ,
General A pent for Gen. A ta. for
Nebraska , Dakota , Colorado , Wyoming and Michigan , Indians , Illinois , Wisconsin , Iowa
Utah. and Minnesota.
Office Cor.Farnam and 13th StOver IstNat'l. Detroit , Michigan.
Dank , Omahn , Neb M. F. ROIIRER ,
Special Agent for Iowa , Council Bluffs , Iowa
T1I03. OFFIOEIt. W. H. It
Officer & Pusev.
Council Bluffs , wa.
Established , - 1865
Dealers in Foreign and Domo3tio Exohniigo
nd Homo Securities.
Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
Window Shades ,
Rugs , Etc. , Etc.
Careful Attention Given to On
of Town Orders ,
and Drapery Work _ a
Onr otock In the
Largest in tie f est
end U being continually replenished by
all the latest and choicoit noveltlei.
405 Broadway Council Biufls
& Fisb.gr ,
Boomi 33 and 29 Omaha Natl.Bank Block
Oufrene & Mendelssohn
Uto. L. Fkher , ( eimtir with ; W , U B.
Beers , Clawson & Beers ,
172i St. Mary's Ave. , Cor. 18th St.
Omaha Neli ,
H. K , BUEBLBT ,
f. IIWtfMt. . . OMAHA NED
DR P. GllOSSMANN ,
Office and mldenca N. W. Cor. 17lh ind DuUi.
Office htiurf , 8 to .IO a. tu : 1 to < P. m. , 7 t'J 8 P.
n. Telfphoce Ko. 72.
J. L. DcBEVGISE.
No. 507 Broadway Oonnoll Blaffi.
Tha lolo'lnff ! arn the tlmsa ol the nirlval and do.
fdttnio ol trains by control etandard tlma , at the
local depots. Trains leave tr&ntfor depct tan mUi-
aU culler and arrive ten mlnntos later.
tuiciooand voatuvtuTHJ ; ,
B.-25 A M Mall nnd Eiprosa 0:50' r M
12:40 p u Accommodation 4 (0 r u
6:30 : p M Kxpicaa 9.05 A u
0.75 A M Mall and Express 0.53 r u
7:25 A M Accommodation G:1G r u
6:30 : r u Ex.irccs B:00 A w
CDI01QO , UILWADKHI AKP ST. PADL.
9.20 A M ita 1 and Express 0.50 P M
6:26 : r M Kxprcs ) 9.05 A n
caioAao , noausffros AND < JDIXOI.
0 50 A Mall and Express 7:10 : r u
31 p Accommodation ! 00 P M
; 45 r Expreua S:50A : M
, ft. LODIB AUD rAcino.
S:15 : r M Local St. Louis Exprcea Local
8 00 p il Transfer " " Transfer S.20 p M
7:43 : p M Locil Chlaigo & St L Kxp Local S.50 A M
7:35 : PM Trauffcr " " " " Transfer 9:06 : AM
, er. JQI AKD COITBCIII ZLDTR ) .
10,01 A M Mall nnd Exprcgg 8-10 P u
8:15 : r u Kxprefia 0 25 A u
aoux cm AMD PACIFIC ,
7o : A M Mall for Sioux City 850 P U
7:30 : r u Express for St Paul 0.25 JL M
11.00 A M Dinvcr Kxpress 435 p M
1:05 : p M Lincoln I'AIB O'a & B V 235 p H
7.55 p M Overland Ixprcea 8.30 A M
DUKSir TRAINS TO OlfjtllA.
Lon\o Council llli-llj - 6 55-7:55-flJO-lCTO : :
llJO : n. m. 1:30-2 : 0-8. % 1:23 : 5Z5-8 : 25
llilS p.m. Leate Omahl 625 7:25 : e60 ; 10
llIS : a. m. IStfO S.fto SfiO 4cO : 4-SB B-IS5
To work Llfo and Accident Inurancofor nitrong
New Vork company , la every town m Itcbiaskaantl
Io a. OooJ comuilssioulo Hoitere. Addroa
K. C. VILCOX i. CO. ,
O moral Vtm < , Ct FCI
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE OtOQRAPHY OF THIS
COUNTRY WIIL SEE BV EXAMININO THIS MAP THAT THE
DHICAGO.ROCK ISLANDS PACIFIC RAILWAY
Pr reASon of Its central poiltlon end rlone rrl&tlon to
fl principal lines I'jat and Wi t , at Initial nnd Ur *
mlnal iwlntfl , constitute * the nioit Impoittut mid'
continental link lu that ) item of throuirh tranipor.
tatlon which Inrltvi ami facllltati truiul and traflla
between cltleiol Ike Atlantla anil I'aLlfle Coaili It
U also cho farorlto ana test route to and from polnta
Kait , Northeait and tiouthrait , and corrtsimaiUne
points Wett , Northwest and Soutli\ve t.
The Croat Rook Island Route
Guarantees 1U patron * that gense of personal eecu *
rttr atronlcd by n Kolld , thoroughlr liallisttd road-
beu. smooth traiks of continuous steel rail substan
tially built culverts and bridges , rolling stock as near
perfection as human > klll ran make It , the safety
appllauees of patent butrers.platforms ana air brakes ,
and that exattlnvdltrlpllntf which icot enis the prac
tical operation of all Us trains Otner v | > eclalttt s of
this route are Tranifers at all connecting points In
Union Depots , and the unsurpassed comforts aoj
luxuries 01 Its ( 'assentctr hqulpment.
Ilia Put Eiureu Trains betvetn Chlcaso and
1'eorlaCouncilliluUs , Kansas Cltj.l attnwoitli and
AtchUoll are torniioiatl of Hell elltllatod. tlnuly uit *
alstored Day Coaches , Xtafrniriccnt rullman J'alace
Blceraraor th latest U sl n , ami tumiituoui Dlnlne
Uan , In which elaborately cooLctl nicalsars leUurely
eaten. VKtweenChlcatro and KauMesLltyandAUhlsou
are also run the Celebrated Jtedining Chair Cars.
The Famous Albert Loa Route
Iralus are run to tli watering glares , summer resorts -
sorts , | iUtuniuo Itmilltlcs , i > n4 Inmtlnir nail lulling
If rot T * " i o u. Jt Is also the inu.t
u r-- ? l . . , 4 t wit llelds au4 luisturtu
lands of Interior
btlll another DIlttCT UKG. la Seneca and Kan.
kakiv , has been oneuixl betwein flnrlnnitt , Indian.
aiiollj and Idfayette and Council lilutfs , kan < ss City.
Minneapolis ami bt , 1'uul and lute rme-dlate points.
tor detailed Infonnatlon na tlaps and Golden ,
obtainable , as well as tickets , at all principal Ticket
Otllees iu the United blate * and Canudni ur by ad-
R. R. CABLE , E. ST. JOHN ,
THE OODNTET SOHOOL ,
A. Discussion of the IlospnnRiblllty o
Tcnclicr nd r/xrcnt.
To the Editor of thoBKE.
I noticed In a rooont Issno of you
pspor an article ontitlod"0ut of School. '
In this article a paper road by tno at th
late Douglas Oonnty Toaohora1 aasccla
tlonwas tctotrcd to nud my position
therein orronoonsly [ stated. Now , air
ever alnco the nttoranca of that papo
the ororzoaloua entellltes of a certain
county official have bcon persistent In
tholr misrepresentation of It , for wha
purpose 1 will Icnvo thoao acquaints
with the parties , tholr lubita and thcl
disposition ! to dotormlnc , testing full
satisfied that they will ho "a'md up" am
credit given accordingly.
The paper In question , should you BO
fit to publish it , will apeak for Itself.
The non-attendanco ot pupils upo
the oxorclsos of our publro achcoh ha
become a uarloas matter ao sorlom , 1
fact , has it become that in mnuy state
of our union the legislatures thereof hav
found It nocoaaary to enact campuhor
educational laws. So oorloiu has It become
come that the minds of thoao Intcroatei
In the work of education In the wclfar
of the ootmtryin ' the Intclloctaal growl
and development of our American youth
are being directed to It with on intense
ncsi and an earnestness rarely oxhlbltei
in the consideration of a common quoa
tlon an Inleuacncss that boapoaka fo
this meat vexations of qneations a speed ;
and a aatiafactory solution.
So great and so alarming has bccom
the ovll within the last few years that an
cntlro change of feeling has boon brongh
about in the minds of thinking people in
this country to-day. A few years ago
compulsory education was looked upoi
ns the natural and legitimate ofljprlnp o
European monarchies a principle and i
law which the strong arm ot a tyrannies
government might adopt with Impunity
but as a principle am
a law entirely Inconsistent with
the American idea of a government , find
Ing Itself in the liberality of its meas
urea and the freedom of its Institutions
Hovelling in the bright dream of freedom
It has taken the American government
fsaia years , too , of bitter experience
to realize that the power and strength oi
iho nation depend upon the education
moral and Intclloctaal , ot her people
; hat the frco schools are the grand torn
pics of education that it la not only the
luty of her citizens to establish , to main-
.nln , to foster and to nourish thoao
schools , but It la their duty , and no In-
'rlngoment of lights , to compel attend-
nice upon the exercises of thoao institn-
Now the qneation arises : Why are no
our schools , especially our country
schools , bettor attended ? Why Is it thai
n many instances , long before the torn
expires , the forms of miny are mlosot
rom their accustomed places ? Long rows
if empty seats yawn npon the teacher In
iis dally round , unpleaa&nt romlnlacences
if days gone by of n day perhaps the
iret day of school , when thoao benches
roro all filled with happy , smiling faces
ooklng up with hope and confidence into
ho strange faoa of the new teacher. An
other morning opens , every one in his
> laco. Another , and a tardy mark ap-
) oira upon the register. As the
days roll on , another and
another. Finally the tardy marks
grow Into absences ; Long lines of.blanks
ippoar oppoatto the names ao and so. At
ast the teacher's attention Is called to
bo void. Ho inquires what Is wrong
tlth such an one ? Somebody replies ,
' 0 , he's not comlncr any more. " AVhj > 5
'I don't know. " Nobody knoxs. And
o the matter dropj. Ono after another
'ain't coming any more. " It ceoma a
common tbiog. The teacher becomes In-
lifferont and fails to take any farther
notice of it. Time passes on to the last
lay of the term , The record Is made up
> ud the teacher finds that the attendance
or the term is forty per cent instead of
ono hundred per cent which ho had a
ight to expect on the firtt day of the
Now at whoso door lies the fault of
his great and crying ovll ? for evil it la
an evil which ha : the effect to cut down
ha terms of ouc schools from ten
months to six , npon the plea that they
are not patronized
\yho la responsible ? for certainly seine
ono is responsible. Is it the pupil ?
Wo hardly think It. Certainly thoeo
ittlo ahonldora aru too narrow to throw
ipon Hum the weight of accountability
or this great mlifcrtune. Certainly that
Ittlo mind is not thoughtful enough
lot deep enough to acaumo the liability
of this disastrous courac. That judge
ment is not broad enough nof ripe
enough In oxperlenco to determine as to
ha consequence of this great neglect.
flo ; no , wo must look elsewhere to
other sonrcaa for the cans 3 of thia do-
In a very great meaanro , wo baliova ,
he parent la or ahould bo held rcapon-
ible for the regular attendance of the
child at school. It may require , on the
Dart of that parent an effort , In fact a
very great offoit. and often self-sacrifice
m his behalf. But if the parent la not
ntereatod in the welfare of that child
notigh to make an effort , la It strange
hat dialntereated parties manifest ao
much Indifference ?
It may seem strange , yet It is never-
helots true , that parents are to bo found
n every community , living right within
ound of the school bell , and in aomo
asea too thoae parents are members of
chool boards , who never inalat npon tht
egular attendance cf their children at
chool parents who are working and
laving for the benefit of thoae children
who never aoem to realize that the great-
at possible benefit of a liberal and a aye-
emitio education. In far too many cases
hey allow tholr likes and dislikes , the
Ikfs and dislikes of the child
o influence them In thia matter. If the
tarent doeo'ut exactly fancy the teacher ,
10 difference what that teacher's qnallfi
cations are , out comes the child from
choo ) . Foolishly ho imagines that he is
iciformlng an act of duty by withdraw-
up ; bis patroiiico from that teacher for *
gctful of the fact that his child alone
most suffer from the effect of miiltn-
iroved privileges forgetful of the fact
hat the school as a school exists , not
or tbo teacher's benefit , but for the boat -
° t of tbo child. The child , psrhsps ,
ms an Imaginary grievance ; that griov
nee la at once magnified in the eye of
bo parent. The cbild's wlahes are con-
ulted , and thia question of attendance ,
n which there should ha no choice , I *
eft to the option of the child , by the
arelesa remark "Well , If you don't
rant to go to school you needn't. " And
bus not only are trie cchool privileges
cat , bat a habit a disposition Is forming
n the tniud of that child to avoid achool
nd school work by every possible pre
text. A reprimand a cold morning
stormy day a ploaanro oxcurtion , are
each and all nsjumed as proper excuses
to remain away from school. Time
passes on , and the parent , when It Is too
late , bccomea aware of the fact that ho
has committed the greatest possible nul
sanco of which a citizen of the atato cat
bo guilty. Ho has throivn upon aoclot ;
an uneducated child.
But the greatest cause of the indlflor
ent attendance must and docs lo ( at tha
door of the teacher. Ho ia directly re-
aponatbla for the continuance of the pnpi
in echool. If the child hai pnco beet
placed In his charge and keeping ; if ho
allows that child to slip away from his Influence
fluonco and control , he ia chargeable with
The question then arises , 'What shal
the teacher do to hold cr secure the at
tendance of pupils under his charge i
Wo answer first. It ia his duty to Intaroa
them. If ho falls to do thia he ia not n
proper person for the position. IIo may
rest assured that ho has missed bia call-
log. The child's Interest must not enl ;
bo aocurcd at the start but it must bo to
tainod , There is not an oxorclsa o
achool not a recitation , but what , in
the hands of a judicious teacher is capa
bio ol awakening an Interest in the mini
ol the child. The etory , the example
the illustration must bo presented In tha
most attractive light. The dry proatncss
the common formality must bo aban
doncil , The parrot-like method muat be
bo laid aside the aoul-calturo substitu
ted. The feelings'muat bo aroused. The
imagination muat bo called In to active tor-
vico. Tno child must bo made to fee !
that a beautiful woild Is dawning upon
its vision the now glories of which tnus
bo constantly unfolded to Its view.
There ia an easy subject upon which to
operate. The little mind with the full
ardor of youth Is over rtady to receive
the impression. There Is no long stand
ing doubt no confirmed scepticism to ba
mot with on the part ot the teacher. Ho
Is not required to battle with stubborn
prejudice but the little mind proaen's ' it-
salt as clay to bo molded by the hand ol
the potter. It reqnirea on the part ol
the teacher only an energy i zjal to bo
enlisted. It requires an unbending of
aelf and prido. It requires an apprecia
tion of the great worth with which ho Is
intrusted a realisation of the Import
ance of the characters whoao shspj and
contour his hand Is daily chiselling.
Again , it is the toachor'a duty to en
courage the child. This is n duty that is
too often neglected In the school-room.
How often does the pupil turn away
heart-sick ana faint because the word of
Bncouragemont has been withhold. Per
bspi even the approving smile has boon
denied him. A little tatk has boon ac
complished , Long and faithfully his the
mind worked upon it. During all that
time It has had In view , as the legitimate
reward of the completed work , a cheerIng -
Ing word of praise. It has a right to expect -
pect it , and npon that right it builds.
That word Is never spoken , and
the child turns wearily and with damp
ened ardor to the performances of a now ,
out heartless task. Labor unrequited
drags upon its llttlo life. It comes to
look upon its dally duties as so many
[ asks imposed Its teacher as a taakmas
; er , relentless utid unrewarding.
It coat the teacher no more of effort
no. not half oo much to say to the
schohr : "You are doing finely. " "You
are getting along nicely. " "That lesson
was well prepared , " than It doea to bo
constantly finding fault at the clowneas
of the progress made , at the dullness of
; ho scholars apprehension. If the pupil
a encouraged and rcado to bollovo that
10 Is doing something , ho will tale a
ileasuro In it , and his progroas , however
ilow , will bo a heart work and without
.his nothing whatever can bo accom-
dished. It is folly , and the worst of
'oily ' , for a teacher to call a pupil a dunce
; r a blockhead , or to act as though ho
ooked upon that pupil as such. No pos
sible good can result from such a course.
3von If the teacher ia confirmed in such a
> elief , It is his duty to conceal It as mnch
is possible. The manifestation of it will
inally succeed In driving that pupil from
ho school room and from the
iroscnco of the teacher. It Is human
laturo for ns to desire the good opinion
of others , and especially of onr superi
ors. Nothing can induce us to remain
eng in the company or oven in the pres
ence of those who belittle us. It is the
same way with the scholar. After ho to-
comes once thoroughly convinced that ho
ian loot tbo good will of the teacher , Its
withdrawal is an atsared fact. It Is a
question only of. time and that tlmo lane
no very distant period. Its interest ia
gone. Its heart ia no longer in tha work
and the work Is at an end.
Another great factor in securing thoat-
ondanco of children at tchool ia for the
eacher to stand well with the pitronn of
he cchool to eo conduct himeolf that he
may win their confidence and respect.
Without this his echool is n failure. Wo
cok upon thia as the prosiest factor In
ho success of a teacher. If the teacher
alls to win the respect of the parentthu
> arent will not talk respectfully of that
eacher in the presence of tbo child. If
ho parent cannot retpjot the taacher , ho
cannot and does not Insist npon the child
respecting him ; nor does ho even Insist
ipon tbo child attending the school.
It is the teaohuc'o duty to culti
vate the acquaintance of the parent
.0 . show by his actions that ho has at
heart a piealng Interest in the welfare
and progress of the child. It is hi ) duty
o vleit that parent , to advise him of the
progress of tbo child. If the parent be-
omes interested the battle is half won.
f ho cannot succeed in that , it is almost a
lopelesa caae. In fact to secure the ) at-
endanoo of puplh at our schools wo bo-
leva tbo teacher and the parent must see
ye to eye , muit go hand In hand in the
work of education.
Hand in hand they muat travel on. It
Is a mutual work , and it calls for mutual
Id. The zeal and earneatnosi of the ono
nuat equal tbo intereat of the other. It
s no child's play , but a work that should
all forth all tbo zeal and earnestness of a
ally developed manhood and womanhood.
Vhen teachers ahall do their duty , when
laronts shall do their duty , when they
hall go hand in hand in its performance ,
when tboy shall stand side by side ,
boulder to shoulder in the great work
> oforo thorn , then and not till then shall
wo expect to BOO our school rooms filled ;
lied with throngs of eager , anxious
minds , grasping for aomotblng higher ,
omethlng nobler , something better.
JAMES H. FAHIS ,
Principal Siratoga Schools.
SAHATOOA , June 18,1885.
IJrooms and broom brua ea In England ,
Vance , Belgium and Denmark are now gen-
rally made from n sort of palm known In
razil aa piawava. Tha fiber of tbla palm Ia
lao employed in Brazil for ropes.
A celebrated phyalciin declares that
Hunt's Remedy will cure any ciso of
idney disease that can bo cured. "
A celebrated doctor says that "other
reparations as substitutes for Hunt'a
Sidney Remedy , are worthless In cam-
arisen to it. "
RocnwTBR , Juno 1. 1882. "Ten
Tern po I wta attacked with the rant
Intense and ilcitllj > Ins In mt tuck ml
"Extending to the end of my toes ante <
to my brain I
"Which made mo dollrioua !
"It took three men to hold me on m ;
bed nt timed
"Tho Doctors tried in v&ln to relieve
me , but to no purpose.
Morphine nnd other ophtoal
"Had no effect !
"After two months I was given up to
"When my wife
heard n neighbor tell whit Hop Bitter
had done for her , oho atoncegot and gave
mo home. The first done eaeud my brain
and seemed to go hunting through my
eyatorn for the pain.
The fcconj < INO cased mo so much tint I slop
two hour * , itunicthlng I htil not itono [ or tno month
Before I had used fit o bottles , I was well anil at wor
tsliud's nny man could , Ioro\cr tlirco week" , lm
I worked too lisrd tor my strength , Mid ttunc a
hard cold ; I w taken with thomogiacuto and pain
lit rheumatism all t&r ugh ray sjstcm tint ccr .i
"I called the Joctors tijsln , and alter sexeral wcok )
they left man crlpiiloon crutchoi for llfo , as theo
said. Imcta friend ami told him my MIO , and ha
eilil U op Ulttera In il cured him nd u oulil euro me.
( loohcd nt him , butliowasso cirncst \\Mliuluccc
In less thin four necks I threw away my crutchc
anil en to work lightly and kept on tiling the bitters
for flto weeks , until I became as u ell as an ) mm 1U-
( nfr , and lm o been so for six ) cira since.
It h&a alee cured my wiowhohad ( boon
sick for years , and has kept her and my
children well and healthy with from two
to three bottlea per year. .Thoro IB no
inca to ba tick nt all if thcio bitters are
naed J. J , BF.KK , Ex-Bupcrvlaor.
"That poor invalid wlfOjSIator. Mother
. "Can ba m do the picture of health !
"With n few bottloi of Hop IWtoral
Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! !
If when YOU call for lion Bittera ( see
cluster of Hops on the white , lubol ) tifo drug
gist hauila out nny stuff called , C. 1 > . Warner's '
German Hop Bittora or with other "Hop"
nnme , refuse it and shun that druggist AS you
would a viper ; and if ho has taken your money
for the stuff , Indict him for the fraud and BUO
htm for damages for the swindle , nnd we wil
reward you liberally for the ocnvhtlon ,
185 nml 187 Wnhish Avenue ,
G XX 3t C2V Gr O
Hair Cloth and Wire
Buslles , Hoop Skirts ,
Hair Cloth Skirts.f
BLACK NO -a
TWn cut rcrrcfcnls Iho
I.iiiKtn' . the ino t iiopulnp
romhlnutloil of llusllo nnc
lloopMllrtl. crmadc. Alndy
ho IIM worn 010 will IICMT
\\enr nny other ft } la. tjich
Hkltt li Ftiinjicrt upon the
li-lllill rnlmlH J nr 21 , 1871 ,
No. 110,111. ttTAnyonoscll
ftiVmpod , will bo lion t with
nrcnnllnCtolTiw. Bold by al
This Inralutblo Epcclflo reii'lly and pcrmoncntly
curoa&H kinds oIABtbma. Tbo most obstinnto n > l
lore standing caeca Mold promptly to Ita wondcrfu
cuilnff properties. It IskLOnu tbiougbout thouorld
lor Ita unrivaled efficacy.
J L. OALDWELIj. cltjT incoln , Neb ; nrltel , Jan
19,183L S DCO usioK Dr. llslr'a Aetlnna cure , lor
more th\n ono > cur , myilo hua been entirely well ,
and not oven a sj mptcm of the dlseisohaaappeared.
WILtlAM HBNNETT , nichlanil , iJwa.wrltesNov.
Bd. 18S3. Ihaxoboou amictcd with Hay Fox or and
Asthun slnco 1859 I followed jour directions and
am happy to Bay that I nocr slept better In my lifo.
1 am glad that I am amouc the many who can epcak
eo favorably of your remedies.
A valuable 04 pngo trrall"o oontilnlnf similar proof
IromoeryStato In tbo U. B , CautJt and Great
Ilrltaln ; will bo nulled upon application.
Any drupgltt not ha\lni ; It in etock will procured
.order. Aek for Dr. Hair B Asthma Cure.
trDH II W HAIR A SON. Pron'aCln'M. O.
, .a i > xer llenl ippttWng tonic rf cxqutilU flTCr * , nqwntel cw flift
vtaol * world , curt * UjiwUt , JJIirrhttPt. > * ver nJ A.TIU , tnd U
illicidt oflb * Dljccittvo Orjuii. A few ttroulmrftTifc dutlcloui flkTDr
Co ft clui o/thnnpsip * , odlo * 11 lomutr tfrioVi. Try II , M4
mttolcoonUrfeU.isiyourc * * ' < r drnpct for tla jyul
" BUu/ftrtu-db7 PC. J.0. B. SlhGintl A EO > S.
, \VUPPXnWAMWi 60U AO.Stt ;
Z 7J2ZO LZ > 1 JT. r.
Tint tcttcr'a Stsm-
ach Ulttcrs oonrjacra
> ac\c , j pe -
sin , chronlo Lonetl-
pitlon , a tendency
to kidney nndbUd-
tier nllmonta and
rhiumatlim , and la
of the greatest \alno
In i.isofl cf bjdlly
trouble arUInit flora
vcakncsa. Old poo-
pi at o greatly aldeil
eerviecnblo to con-
\aloBoen In and
ladioi In dellcnto
lioolth. It If , moro-
o\cr , n useful med
icine to tike w th
no on lon jour-
cte tbo cffoctnf mental oxhauellon. For a la by
ill DruggUU aid deilera generally.
THE BEST THING OUT
FOB T lf
Washing & Bleaching
In Hard or Soft , Hot or Cold Wator.
SiVBa LABOR , Tiui and SOAP AuiitxoLY , and give )
anlvcrsalsitlalictlou. Mo ( smlly rich or poor ehould
be without It.
Sold by all grocer' . BRWARS cf Imitations well do-
Igne i to inlilead. I'ziKLiNK U the CULT Sim labor
avlug compounj and alwaya bean the above > ; m-
itl and name of
JAMES PYLE NEW YORK.
DR. RICE ,
rrVrMtUn. . * * * > U T.P OXT *
ij uw ww Dwaa B a vu QVB
1 Lae * po.ltlvy rom < -rt r for iha bov ilie ) * ; by !
BIO thouiiD ItofcikftKwf tli worn kindmitluf lou
lultietQcftcr that 1 wl 1 lenaT T HUTfLL3 fit KB
ItfiTtlber wittia V'.r BI KTaUA-JItfUen ibndU ftS
i n eii.rcn ud ! o airur n.
213 South 14th Street ,
Have a large list of inside business and resi
dence properly , and some of the finest suburban
property in and around the city.
Wo have business property on Cnpilol Avenue , Dodge ,
Douglas , Fnriinni , Ilnraoy , Howard , 9th , lOlh , 13tli nud
IGlh sreels. .
We linyo fine residence property on Fnrnnm , Douglas ,
Dodge , Dnveuporfc , Chicnso , Cass , California atreeta , Slior-
nmn , St , M arj-s end Park Avenues , in fact on all the bob
residence sheets. We have property in the following ad
Millarddfc Caldwell's Kountz < & Ruth's ,
Lakes , Impr'nt Association
Elizabeth Place Wilcox ,
E. V. Smith's , Burr Oak ,
Horbach's , Isaac & Seldon's >
Patrick's * v Manscom's
Parker's , West Omaha ,
Shinn's , Grand View ,
Gise's , Credit Foncier ,
Nelson's , Kountz' First
Armstrong's ! ountz' Second ,
, Kountz' Third ,
Lowe's , Kountz' Fourth ,
Kirkwood , Svndicate Hill , i
College Place , Plaimriew ,
Park Place T ? U' Tg IM " 9
, Hill Side ,
WalmiirHilL Tukev § cKevsors ,
West End , Thornburg ,
Clark Place ,
Capitol , Mvers &J Richards S
Reed's First , IBovds ,
And all the other Additions to the
Adjoins the stockyards property in South Omaha
These lots are aold at $100 , They are nicely lo
cated and will make convening cheap , and de
sirable homes for the employes of the stock
yards and packing honses.
Tukey & Keysors Sub-division
Located in West Omaha , two blocks south of Leavenworth street , u
hie location and the cheapest lots in Omaha ; 5125 for inside lots and
# 150 lor corners ; terras $10 down , balance 85 per month ; dent foil to
see these i you want a bargain.
Wo have n few lots left in Kirkwood addition , which we offer al low
-rices , terms 525 down balance § 10 per month. These lots are on high
evel gtouud and are de&irable.
This addition is more centrally located than any other now addition
icar the best Schools in the city. All the streets are being put to grade
; he grades have neon established by the city council , and is very desira-
> Ie residence property , only 16 blocks from Post office , prices lower than
tdjoininc additions for a homo or investment. These lots cannot ba
FOB SALE-Lot on Davenport with fine FOB BALE-Lot 28th and Fnrnam trect.
OUBO. $2,000. Rood property , 81,000.
FOR BALK Full lot 21at and Clark utreet , 6 Foil BALK- } aero on California , east of
oem house , (2,800 , Sacred Heart ; hotue , barn , anl cistern , cheap
Foa BALE Beautiful aero lot in Glee's add , only $1 COO
91,200. Fen BALE Lota la n&nscom place cash ,
FOR BALE i lot on Chicago itrcet between
Sth and 14th , $2,500. FOB BALE 103 feet front on 15thstrootwith
BEAUTIFUL lota Feronm and 20th email homo ] uit south of Hartinan School , only
treot cheap. ly $1,700.
FOB SALE-Lota InWalont hill , $200 , FOB BALE Full lot and 5 room hoiueoornor
llth and Castollar , $2 100.
Fen BALE i lot with G room house 21 t FOB SALE Lot onci 2boiuea ISth and Nlch.
treet easy payments , $2,000 , olivs $5,000.
We will furnish conveyance free to any
ftlie city to show property to our friends
mdleustomers , antl cheerfully give information -
tion rcffarilin Omaha Property.
$ & Those who have Itargtiins to offer or wish
property at aVbaryain , are invited to see us.
Real Estate Agents
213 8,13th St. , bet. Farnam& Douglas
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