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Young I-nillc i > , II to 18 ycnrg 2.00
Highly rccotnincndptl by the leading
VodlsUM , tliu Fashionable tres nmkers mm
iliomosl eminent Physicians in Ilio United
Status and Europo. Circulars free.
LEWIS SCHIELE & CO. ,
Bolt Offoeri ot PAttnt mill Hanurftflnrfn ,
390 IIROAIMVAY , NK\V YORK.
1517 Douglas Street , Omaha ,
and leading houses everywhere.
ScccEssons TO JOHN G , JACOBS.
At Ilio ol < l a'aiidHl ? Tatnam St. Orders by tele
graph solicited and promptly attended to. Telephone
causing i'roinnturo Decay , Nervous Debility , l-i
Alanhnotl. itc..having tripil inaiii ovnry known
remndy.has discovered n * iiui > la mentis of self-euro ,
which ho will rend I'ltHK tuAft ullow-iullcjors.
Aildres * . J.U.UUiVKS.43SsiiaiBUKi B t
IN OMArtA NEB
D rect Line for England , Prance
Th-j ijrtnahlps cl this well known line ire
c ( tioc , la witer-tlght compartments , and are Inr-
dUhcd with every requisite to male the paufrire
both 6fe aid agreeable , They carry the United
Stitea find European mails , and l < wo Now York
7hued yjand Satuid )8 for Plymouth CONDON )
Cheiboug.lI'ARIS and HAMBUUF )
Ratcn , first Cal > In$60-8100. Steerage to orid
from Hamburg 810. 0.11 RlcaAHU & CO. , Gen
eral I'tkSt. A'ent ( , 611roadway , New York and
Washington and La Lcllo streets , Chicago or Henry
Pundt Itaik Haneon , F. U. lloores , Harry P. Ucul
Gmahn ; dronewltf &Schooncger , In Country.
1 I bnvo A positive remedy for Iboabovedlleait j by lit
mo itioaaands of cnsea o ( the worat kind mid of long
staodlDctiavo been cured. Indeed. noBtronglnrnyfAltti
In 111 emcncy.ttmU will on.lTWO . IIOTflK3 rilKB ,
together with ft VA I.PA nt.BTKEATISE on thlldlieaes
aanTsuflTrtrflr. Ulve xnrens mt r O adtlrefls.
DK.T. . BLOCUJIlJirearlSt.Mew To *
Notice ! Notice ! Notic
THE MAGNETIC HEALER ,
To all who ate dlsouod or nllllctcil , no matter how
long the standing ; oomo and 1)3 ) healed , Feamalo dls-
causa where medicines bavo ( ailed to gl\o relief ,
a epseialty ; come one , oome all and bo healed by the
Magnetic healer , the only euro escape from any dis
ease. For examination , our change * aroSl. ( or each
-treatment , or visitations $2 ; terms Ktrlctly caah ,
J H. PAGBLAR ,
North Stiti ) St. , ODO mil ) west of Fair Grounds
Omaha , Neb. 1' . O. Ho033. .
PLANNING f OS PIONIOS ,
An Excursion Party JJnml Their Eyes
oa Island l' rlc nntl Are
Delighted' . J <
About sovonty-fivo citizens and Indies
accompanied the park commissioner Sat
urday afternoon on a trip of Inspection
to the newly christened Island park ,
formerly known ni Carr lako. The place
la Iccatod about five miles from the city ,
on the Kansas City road. The company ,
through Its superintendent , Mr. Hardy ,
farnlshad a special train for the accom
modation of the tourists , and a tucocasfnl
andlng was made at the new station ,
which Is near the residence of Mr. 0 , II.
Lncar , whoso property faces on the lake
tsolf. The purpoco of the excursion
was not merely for fan , but for business ,
as well , and the time and energies were
pretty evenly divided botirocn the two.
Mr , Lucas and his family did all possible
for the accommodation and comfort of the
travellers , and the afternoon was very
cnjoyably epent by all. The p k com.
mlsalonora consist of Mr. 0 , A. Graham ,
Mr. Thomas Officer and Mr. J. J. Brown.
Their deslro was not only to Inspect the
grounds thoroughly thoinoelves , but to
have other clttzons look them over , with
a view to making sundry Improvements ,
and in tlmo of transforming the place
Into a popular summer resort/ and plcnio
ground for the benefit of this city.
During the Forty-aixth congroes , Col.
Sapp secured by special acte , the tltlo for
this city to seventy-nix acroj of land , in
cluding this Inko , and alto a tract of
laud including Big lako. Ho also secured
the plots , they both being meandered.
Thoao arc Infactolroady among the parks
owned by the city. It 1ms been sug
gested that the one familiarly known as
Carr lako'should bo enlarged and Im
proved. By the addition"/ ) ! about nix-
tocn acrao , acme splendid groves can bo
secured , and ample room for drives clear
around the Inko , and by the expenditure
of n little money It is thoiiaht that a
beautiful place can bo made. It bus been
suggested that now would bo the best
time to oecara the additional ground , at
leant , and the improvements contemplated
could bo mado'at lolauro.
The lake at present Is lower than it
should be , but it is decldul by survey ,
that by a very llltlo money the outlet
can be raised about four foe1 ! , making
then a splendid body. The island Is a
beautiful spot naturally , und there h a
heavy stand of timber , BO that by the
clearing out of the underbrush and the
starting of bine gross , a plcn'.o ' ground
could bo made with very little espouse.
With pleasure drives clear around the
lake , with boating and fishing , with
grand groves , and grassy knolls , all with
in a short distance from the city , and
so easily reached cither by rail or by
team , It seems that the project would
moot with hearty support by all.
The company who visited the cpbt on
Saturday seemed greatly pleased and were
jolly. Homo braved the clashing billows
In mud scows , others Indulged In pistol
practice , others clambered Into a hay rack
and were jolted around to the island , and
walked the rest of the way. Others sit
in the shade and progressed in euchre ,
and all drank ico-wator , and porcplred.
n. D. Hatlu took first money among the
fishers , bo pulling out thirly-threo in forty
mlntcs , and had several moio on his hook
when the whistle blew and ho had to run
for the train. The other contestants In
that sport claimed a foul , becauaa he had
two assistants , Marshal Gnanella string
ing the fish oa fast as caught , and B. S.
Torwllllger catching the froca for bait.
To ofl'iot this claim of foul , Harlo claimed
that ho would have had a greater score
had not TorTfllllgor got tired of provid
ing the bait. Z. T. Limhey took first in
marksmanship , ho having marked out
tbo tarkpt with a load pencil. Master
Mechanic Brldonstoln , Aldermen Ben
nett and Straub , and Charles Officer won
the regatta honors , they making very fast
time , their boat being on a flat car at
tached to a train.
Wells Cook was along , and Improved
the opportunity of arranging a ( schedule
of box rents for the now poototlico to bo
established there under tbo oversight of
the Council Bluffs ofiico , for which he Is
Those of the party , who wont over
onto the Island , had to take oil'their hats
and do honor to the largest trees In this
county , ono elm measuring seventeen feet
In circumference , and another tree meas
uring fourteen foot.
Wlmliavo trilled nwsv tlirlr jontlifnl tiK r and power , nrhoars
iiiri'rlMi-'froin tnrillili J > KINS ami J.Oh.-jJltj , nho aruMcnk ,
MI'OTKNTaiul mull lor inariluge
MEN of all ages , who find their POWER
nmUilnlity , lHrvi'e ! > .unl 'SEXTA' blKKNd'lll weakened , by
early lubni or ix ; ( KSSKH. ci"cfelvu a posllivounil JastliiK
( HI ill ) . NOlnatlrr ol how Ion , tnnilliiK the cusoiuay be , or who
liai Uilcd In rure.by n li w weeks or months tiM ) it tbo celebrated
, , ,
AtliomvHhuuiciioaiirc , HiLhS. time , andlor UiBri moncv than
nny < > tlirrinutl ) < t IntlicwnrM. Weak back , headache , EMISSIONS.
latitude , to bofHlrl1sind | ambition , plooTiiy thoughts , d ro u d 1 ul
( IrrMins. dcfi'ctlxu nn'niory. IMl'OTKN'UI ! , fits. Impediments to
nmrrlarr. and mail ) oilier EyniptoniH leading to CONtilJJlr'TlON or
IN.-iANI 1'V , aru iiruuiptly rvmuttd bj this treatiuuiit , aud vigorous
manhood leMoicu *
] MarricdMen , orfJiosewho intend to marry ,
. . prrfti-t sexml slrenplb means , bcalih , vigorous olf-
cprlng , long llfo and tbo lovonnd rccju-et ol d falihiulv. \ \ . Weak inuiiahuiiln bu restored to vloor &
Jinnhiiod lioforo rnarrlage 1'rnufN. ti-stiiuonials and valuable treatise ii elainps.
tEstab.lsrzOAddrcss The Climax Medical Co , 5O4 St. Louis , Mo.
WHEN SOLICITED TO INSURE IN OT1IKII COMPANIES ,
Remember These Bmoortant Facts
The iulua ! Life Insuranc eGompany
OF NEW YOKK.
1 , II a the OLDE3T active Ufa Iniur'aaco Company In thli oouutry ,
2. It la the LMIUKST Lllo Insurance Company by many tnllllona ol dollars In the world.
8. Its ratcg ul premiums are LOWKll than thoao of any otber company ,
4. It ha > no "btockholdotu"toclalm any part of Its prollta.
6. It otfoiB no bCUKHKS under the name of Insurance for speculation by apodal cluscs upon the
moKoitunca of each ctcer ,
B. Its present avalUbU CASU UKSOCUCKS exceed those ol any other Llfo InsuMnca Couip&ny In the
world.It baa received In e 8h from all source ) , from February. 1813 , to January , JFFS f270.02,5S.OC. !
It hu returned to the people , In cash , from February , 1813 , to January , 15S5 , g2P,091,211,00. !
lt cash Asaetaoothe 1st ot JanuarygS5 , omouutto moro than
W. K. ALLEN ,
General Apont for
Nabraska. Dakota , Colorado , Wyoming and
Office Cor.lfarnam and 13th St.Over 1st Nat'l. '
liauk , Omaha , Neb
MERUILL & FEHGUSON ,
Gen , A ta. for
Michigan , Indiana , Illinois , Wiscoucln , Iowa
Detroit , Jllchigan.
jr. v. noiinuu.
Htwclal Acrant for Iowa. Donncil TUtiffo. Town
GHAELES R , LEE ,
A full uBortment of air and kiln dried Walnut , Cherry , Ash , Qutterout , I'uplar , Hodwood ,
etc. Hanlwoocl aud 1'oolar Pane ) , Hardwood KloorlnpVagoa , atock , Stair Builders' Mntu
, Kfd Cedar PoaU , Comou Oak dimension and luldge titnbera , Cedar Boards for moth
proof cloeetB , etc Veneerg , fancy wood fur scroll sawing , etc , , etc.
S. W. CORNER 9th AND DOUGLAS , OMAHA , NEBRASKA
WHERE IS SHE ?
The Body of an Iowa Girl Tnrcs lo
Sloneaifl is Tiitn Stolen , *
Traced to Now Yorfc , mud Tlicro Lost
Truck of ,
A BEE reporter was talking with ono
of the oldcat residents of the clty.whllo
mercury was standing at 100 ° In the
ahndo , and both well knowing that If It
crawled np much higher It wonld bo &
qncttion whether they could survive the
boat , the conversation naturally turned
on the subject of grave yards and dead
"I will toll you a circumstance , " said
the old citizen , "that HOB directly within
my recollection , concerning the disinter'
meat of the remains of a young lady who
lived at Loon , in this st.ito , before she
died. Her nnmo van Arnold ; I forgot
her first nnmo. Well , trhcn she died ,
eho wan burled near her home , and after
she had boon burled five yo&rs , It was
concluded for some reasons torcmovo the
remains to another place. So they took
her up. After they dug down to the
coffin and was trying to ralto it , they
noticed that It was terrible heavy ; oh ,
heavy nos no name tor It. It was was nil
these men could do to got It out of tbo
ground at nil , and there was several of
them working at it.
"When they finally pot It out , and
opened it up every ono who woo thoio
was astonished to observe how well pre
sorted the corpse was. And thee who
had known , the young lady during her
lifo time were greatly surprised to see
how natural ahu looked , When they
como to touch the remains they found
that they had been petrified Into a solid
rock ; solid whlto limestone.
"Whon this was found out they con
cluded not to bury her ogalu. but hnd the
remains placed In a vault , M thuro could
bo no danger of decay after what had
taken placo. After having her placed
there , her friends wont over very often ,
especially the old man , her father , to
look at her. She seemed so llfo like as
she lay there ; her features oo perfect aud
tranquil that It was n Impossibility to
"But ono day when the father wont
over to look upon his daughter who had
been dead so long , ho was disappointed
to find that the remains had disappeared
and It was an impassibility to find them.
Search was made and not n clue could be
found by which their disappearance could
be traced. They were gone.
'A young man who had lived In the
neighborhood previous to her death , bad
at ono time been somewhat smitten with
her charms. At the titno of her dlzintcr-
mont ho was in Michigan studying at
some medical university , his folks In the
meantime having moved aw oy from that
section of the country , and of course ho
knew nothing about her having boon
taken np aud found to ba p&trlfiod.
Having graduated from the university in
Michigan , ho went to Now York city for
the purpose of tending medical lectures ,
and visiting museums and in nhort doing
everything that ho had an opportunity to
do that would tend to advance him In his
"Well , a few years ago ho visited the
ecenea of his childhood , his early youth
ralherhero in Iowaand I had a talk with
him. Ho Is not so very old yet , and
still single. Ho was tolling mo about
the things ho saw In Now York City at
the various departments of modfclno aud
other places , and I tell you he was qulto
an Interesting talker. But among other
tnings ho told mo ho saw was a petrified
corpse the corpse of a young lady
which attracted his attention moro than
anything he came across , and as he talked
on ho said , 'I mil tell you the reason. '
As ho said this 1 could notlca ho looked
very melancholy. 'Do yon remember , '
ho said , 'Miss Arnold , who used to live
in Leon , this state ? ' I told him I did.
' Well , ' ho said , 'althrongh It has been a
long tlmo since I saw her , and never will
see her again , I could almost have sworn
that it was her. She looked as natnaral
as If about to speak , and very much re
sembled what I recollect of the
appearance of Miso Arnold as she lay
in the coflin the day of her funeral.
"I then told him about her having
been taken up and found to bo patrlfied ,
and removed to the vault from which she
was stolen. I never saw a man BO struck
in my life. Ho looked dumbfounded.
He said he hadn't been to Locm yet , but
when ho wont would
make inquiries , e
told him that ho needn't ' , go there to e ° tn
if I was telling him the truth , lor I ooupl
assure him of It. She had never been
heard of to this day although a dllllgons
snatch was undo. Ho said that ho wao
going to Now York again before long ,
and that when ho did so , ha would go eo
that medical mnseutn , nnd from thoet
trace buck to whore the petrified corpcu
had como frciu and if It proved to be
hers , ho wonld take measures to have It
returned to Leon. Since that daypa
I have never seen him , nor heard a w ho
from him. It might bo that ho trapr s
the matter back till ho found that it jt
soruo ono else's corpse , or maybe ho wo
never had an opportunity yet to look ceh
matter np. "
BETTER NOT BET ,
An Innocent Gorman Pays Heavily
for Seeing King Trick ,
A German giving his name as August
Sold , and en route west to buy land , WAS
fleeced out cf part of his money on an In
coming train yesterday morning. Ho
fell in with a stranger who Interested
him In the teeming Impossibility of doing
a trick by which two apparently eolld
rings were made to link Into each other.
The Gorman was induced to bet $25 that
It could not bo done , and the stranger
soon had the money. The German pro
tested , and the follow attempted to got
out of the car , when the victim caught
hold of him , and was only persuaded to
let go by the throats of being killed. Ho
next spied the fellow en reaching the
platform cf the tramfer , and ho then
grabbed the ring man in dead earnest
and would not lot him escape. The
riogjter gave up $10 , but still the Ger
man Insisted on having the rest , and
finally the fellow banded over § 15 moro.
By that tlmo a crowd had gathered , and
Officer McMillan coming up arrested the
fellow and brought both him and the
Gorman up to the jail , where the letter
was also hold as B witness. The fellow
his name as Jamon Dj Grasoy.
Watlilngton selected the eitea for the
national capital and for the Weit Point mill
tary academy ,
PERSONA ! * .
Ucnry Wagner has returned from n two
months' visit to Europe.
State Secretary Baldwin , ot the V. M. 0.
A. , spent the Sunday here.
J. W. Merger , now of Topeka , Kan. , Is herp
pending two or three days with his family.
James Campbell and his bride have just re
turned from their wedding tour to Galena , 111 ,
Mrs , W. II. Treynor haa returned from ho *
vitlt of several weeks with friends at Sutton ,
I. 0. Schrotvor haa accepted a position
again with the Council Bluffs Carpet com
Theodore Land and Major-General Thomas ,
the Nonpariol's ' fat compositor , leave tomorrow
row for n trip cost.
James McSpadon , of Billing ! , M. T , , who
has been the guest of Frank Prouty , has gone
on n visit to Kansas City.
Joe Mattroth has resigned his position with
' , . T , Lindsay & Co , , and will soon go to Den *
ver to accept n position there.
Miss Pauline Guanella , niece of Marshal
Frank Guanelln. has returned to her homo in
Georgetown , Cole , , after n three months' visit
A. W. Courson , representative of ono of
Cincinnati's largest buggy factorles.was at the
Bechtele Sunday , nnd loaves this morning for
Lincoln , Neb.
Miss Lou Swan left Sunday evening for
Glenwood Springs , on the Grand rlvor , Cole ,
She will be mot in Denver by bor brother ,
Joseph Swan , editor of the Chief.
Mrs. B. Sllloway and daughter , Florence ,
Mrs , O , E. Putnam and daughter , Carrie , of
Cedar Kaptds , are visiting the city , the guests
of Sirs. Mark Duryeo , of the Ogdcn ,
A BLUSTERING BAKER.
He Goes on n Katnpago With n Pair
2 About 11 o'clock Friday night there
was a lively tlmo In Frank Kubovec'a balco
shop , nt 1312 South Thirteenth struct ,
Kubovtic had left his doors and windows
all open in order to give his placa a good
airing. lie was dozing away in his chair
up-atalrs , when suddenly ho was cciad :
with the thought that some ono was tryIng -
Ing to steal a p.r.ck of Hour out of the
bajomont of his building. Ho jumped
up , and , taking a revolver In each hand ,
started to look np the supposed thief.
The benefit ball was In progress acre s
the way and n large number of police
men , who are on day dntv , troro attend-
Ind the ball. Among the number were
Marshal Cummlngs , Ciptoin Sullivan ,
Roundsman Whalen and Officers Howies
and Murphy , all of whom wore standing
on tlia walk nearly opposite the bakery.
They saw the wild Bohemian charging
around with the revolvers and rushed
across the way to see what was the
They followed the baker Into the base
ment which was filled with darkness , and
Roundsman Whalou and Officer Rowlos
were kept busy lighting matches to aid
Kubovcc In his search , while ono and all
of them were cautionlnghlm not to shoot.
After a thorough ecaich of the place no
Intruder waa found and after closing np
the place the baker retired. It would
have been a "cold day" for any straggler
who might have been found in that base
ment , for his carcass could have been
easily mod for a sieve after Kubovoc had
finished with him.
Slice np bananas , put a layer of them
Into a deep dish , a good covering ot su
gar , more banana ? , then sugar , and so
on ; then squeeze the juice of ono orange
over it. Make a custard with yolks of
eggs , pour It over tbo fruit. Boatup the
whites to a Etlil froth ; flavor , sweeten ,
and spread on top of custard , put Into
eo oven and brown.
Louis XI's pastime was in the exhibition of
dancing pigs oddly cheesed , which were
The Indians of Labrndor'are resorting to
cannibalism since the game has all been killed
Kensington , Conn. , claims the oldest
soldsera' monument in the country. It boars
the date 18C3.
No cais or wagons or vehicles of nny kind
on wheels are known in the capital of
Mr. John R. Cantllti , chief engineer of
the Philadelphia Fire Department , had a
severe cough , which was brought on
through exposure , removed by Rod Star
Cough Cure , lie supplies sick firemen
I'fovcl ' Lightning
Mr. P. B , Dolany , of Now York , Inventor -
ventor of the synchronous telegraph oye-
tom has , eaja the Scientific American ,
recently patented a lightning rod for the
human body. It consists of a largo cop
per wlro that pjtses down the baolt with
branches extending along the arms to the
hands , and along the legs to the exterior
of the shoes and to metal solea thereon
The wearer , If provided with xbla red ,
may , if standing on the ground , handle
electric light wires with Impunity , and if
caught in a thunderstorm would stand a
good chance of not being hurt if his bed
werortruckby lightning. Mr.Delaoy ought
to carry a branch of his rod up the back
of the neck , and have It connect with a
point on the homlet of the policeman ,
and so give thorn protection. It has
therefore been proposed to have lightning
rod umborellas that la to say , an umber-
ell provided with a flexible wire that ex
tends from the tip or ferrule over the
outside of the umborolla , the wire reachIng -
Ing to and allowed to trail on the ground.
Wo guarantee the speedy , painless and
permanent euro , -rrithont knife , caustic
or talve , of the largest pile tumors. Pam
phlet and references sent for two latter
stamps , World's Dispensary Medical As-
soolatlon , CCa Main street , Bulldlo , N. Y.
A certain etiquette Is to bo observed
in addressing the president , either In
person or by letter. The proper tltlo Is
"Mr. Prcbidant , " nnd all such titles as
"Your Honor , " "Your Excellency , " or
"President Cleveland " considered
, are as
in extremely bad taste. In letters tote
to him the address , "Tli9 President. Ex
ecutive Mantlon , Washington , D. C , , " is
all that Is necessary. As to the members
of the cabinet , In private conversation
yon address them as "Mr. Secretary of
the treasury , " "Mr. Attorney General , "
eta. But In writing the proper form Is ,
for Initance , "Hon. Thomas F. Bayard ,
Secretary of State , Washington , D. 0. "
In writing to a senator you cay in a for
mal epistle , "Mr. Senator , " and you ad
dress the outside of your letter , for In-
stanca , "Hon. John A. Logan , Senate
Chamber , Washington , D. 0. " Mem
bers of congress ara addressed by their
last name with Mr. , with the addition of
any military tltlo they may potaasa ,
Points for Land Hottlors.
"Any land entry that Is bated on a
strom to He is fraudulent. By settlement
Is meant the net by which claimant thows
his intention to claim the land. Usually
It consists In building a shanty or break
ing the tod. Contests nro often decided
by the dates of settlement , Legal settle
ment cannot bo made by an agent , not
oven by a member of the family. The
settler must go In actually upon the laud
ho desires to sacnro and perform some not
of settlement. The settlement act of
widows and ( piasters may consist in giv
ing orders to n hired man , but the orders
must bo carried Into effect. A pro-omp
tlon filing must bo preceded by settle
nient , but the defect may bo cured by
making settlement before another person
commences an adverse settlement. A
homestead outry may bo made without
prior settlement. Filings aud entries
based upon settlement must bo made
within ono month of settlement on offered
land , and within three months on un-
"A claimant who swears to settlement
ono or two months , or yoarr , or other
wise , before the real date of settlement ,
's guilty of perjury and besides commit
ting n crime , his entry ( a liable to can-
tost. Parlies who swear falsely to settle
ment on school sections before tnrvoy ,
gain nothing If anybody chooses lo report
the truth to the general land cliico.
Aliens cannot make legal entry or settle
ment until they have declared their Jn-
tontlons to become citizens. Married
women cannot bo settlers unless deserted
by their husbands. No ono under 21
years , except the head of a family , can
make settlement or entry. All entires
made contrary to the above are subject to
"Homestead and pre-emption claim
ants must comply with the law In tbo
matter of residence. The entries of herds
men , miners , business and professional
men and other people whoso employments
keep them away from their farms are
liable to contest. Visiting claims once a
week or occasionally during a month is
not resldouco. Poverty sometimes ex
cuses non residence , but pretended pov
erty nover. There mint bo sufficient
breaking and cultivation of the land , and
improvements , such as buildings , clearIngs -
Ings , fences , well , etc. , to show good
faith and honest Intention , Wore little
or no breaking or cultivation or improve
ments are shown , especially If residence
has been doubtful , the- entry is liable to
"Timber culture entries must bo on
land naturally dovold of timber. The
claimant must actually come within the
land district to swear to his entry papers.
The third year after entry , five acres ,
previously broUen and cultivated , must
bo planted with trees-cuttings or seeds.
The same with five acres moro during the
tonrth year. Thoto must bo cared for
and cultivated. If not , the entry can bo
successfully contested. Residence is not
required. An agent can do all the work ,
but the entryman Is held responsible.
Improvements made by a prior claimant
nro credited on the purchaser's claim.
Desert land entries cannot extend more
than a mile and a quarter in any one
direction and cannot embrace cultivated ,
or timber , or grassy lands. The desert
land musty ba brought to an agricultural
condition within three yoara from the
date of entry or the entry will bo liiblo
"Tho act of congress cf May 14 , J880 ,
holds out as an indncomcnt to contest
fraudulent entries , the privilege or prot-
erenca right to entry for thirty days after
cancellation , where contestants are duly
qualified to maito entry. A preferred
contestant cannot sell his right of entry
ho as to invest the purchasers with the
privilege. Such purchaser must take his
chances with other claimants. In general ,
all entries wherein the requirements of
law are not fully met are liable to con
test , and under amended rule of practice
No. 35 , the hoarlnc ; may be had near the
land Involved. All rulings of the local
officers , as well as of the commissioner of
the general land ofiico , that Involve the
denial of a supposed right , are subject to
an appeal to a higher tribunal , and valu
able lands are frequently lost by not tak
ing such appeal. "
The Collapsed Trust Company.
The needy unfortunates who tried to
got their deposits cut found that there
was a poor show. So they became very
miserable and complained , as It was nat
ural for thorn to do. A collapsed Trust
Company Is bad. But It is not half as
bad as a collapsed ntpmach , worn out by
dyspepsia and debility. For the weary
and worn-out stomach , take Brown's '
Iron Bitters , the best preparation of Iron
over made , and the prince of tonics.
Mr. J. A. Hepburn , Des Moinoc , Iowa ,
says , "I found Brown's Iron Bitters ox-
cel.'ont ' for digestion and 111 health. " Buy
of your druggist.
The thimble vas invented 100 ! years ngo by
Nicholas van Benschotor , n goldsmith of
C3oifco ! > erry Cream.
Ono quart of pcoseherrles , ono ounce
of butter , ono pound of whlto eupar ,
four ecgs. Cover the gooseberries with
cold water and simmer over the fire
until they aru soft ; strain through a
sieve , and heat the pulp ; when hot , stir
in the sugar and batter ; heat the eggs
till light , and boat them into the fruit
pulp after it Is cold. Servo in glasses.
Gen , Booth claims that by the year 11)00 )
the Salvation nrmy will number 23,000,100
PILES ! ! PILES ! ! PILES ! ! !
A pure cure for Blind , Bleeding , Itching
nnd Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by
Dr. Williams , ( an Indian remedy ) , called Dr.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. A single
box has cured the worst chronic cases of 125 or
30 years standing. No ono cecd Buffer live
minutesnfter _ applying this wonderful sooth
ing medicine , Lotions and instruments do
tuoro harm than good , Williams' ' Indian
Pile Ointment nbsorba the tumors , allays the
intense itching , ( particularly nt night nltor
getting warm in bed ) , acts ns a poultice , gives
Instant relief , nnd is prepared only for Piles ,
itching of private parts , nnd for nothing else.
SKIN DISKASK3 CUUI3I )
by JJr. Frnzier's Mogio Ointment. Cures ns
if by magic. Pmiplua.Uliick Heads or Gruba
Blotches nnd Krtiptiorm on the face , leaving
the skin clear and beautiful. Also curca Itch ,
Salt Ulmme , Snru Nipples , Sere Lips , nnd
old , Obstinate Ulcers.
Kohl \ > y druggists , or mailed on receipt of
prlco , DO ct'utfl ,
At retail by Kuhn & Co , nnd Schroctcr &
Becht. At wholesale by C. V. ( joodman ,
Who ( or tbo past 10 years has been prai t
San Francisco la now locatiU at No i.8 N. Gtli Hlfo
opponltu now Opera Iloutu.
lliJiau IIMcLjr guirr.nct8 : to restore
'VlAIR OR WHISKERS ,
Or t Kl > o < "i30uoahu ! h rmutacho or brine out
no growth if lialr orbjanl In ( ruiuluurtutlx wcoVa.
rlouircaiunablo and nattgfattiuu guarautcv < l ,
C r.corH , dcnluuinamliupfcUllj' rhuuiaathiu and
olirtnlo olcians tuica 1) amtural gilt ol tie
JT. JFiaJcetir ,
-rbtG thSt , , .Council Bluff *
213 South 14th Street ,
Have a large list ofj inside business and resi
dence property , and some of the finest suburban
property in and around the city.
Wo have business property ou Capitol Avenue , Dodge , ' .3,1
Douglas , Fariinm , Hnruoy , Howard , Dtli , 10th , 13th nnd L1 S
1(5th ( greets ,
We have fine residence property on Fnrnnni , Douglng ,
Dodge , Davenport , Chicago , Cass , California streets , Sher
man , St .Marys end Park Avenues , in fact on all the best *
residence streets. We have property in the following'ad-
Elizabeth Place ! :
E. V.Smit :
Godfrev's , :
College Place ,
Park Place ,
West End ,
Beed's First ,
Kountz < $ c Ruth's.
Burr Oak ,
Isaao & Seldosrs. J
Hans coin's .
West Omaha ,
Grand View ,
Credit Foncier ,
! Kountz' Second ,
! ountz' Third ,
! Kountz' Fourth ,
Svndicate Hill ,
Hill Side ,
Tukev & ; Kevsori *
Clark Place ,
Mvers < & 5 Riohards/M
And a ! the other Additions to the
We have the agency o me syndicate lands in South Omaha. These n
lots sell from $225 upwards , and are very desirable property. The
development of the packing house and othnr interests there , are rapidly
building up that portion of. the city.
We have a few lots left in Kirkwood addition , which we offer ah ] < > r
trices , terms 25 down balance $10 per month. These lots are on hi'jn
level ground and are desirable.
This addition is more centrally located than any other new addition
near the best Schools in the city. All the streets are being put tj ( jrada
the grades have oeen established by the city council , aud is very dfyira-
blo residence property , only 15 blocks from Post oilico , prices lower Inaii
adjoining additions for a home or investment. These lots cnnnot be
Fen SALE HOIUO and lot on 21st St. Easy
Foil SAI.K 22 foot ou Farn.tm St. , near
llth St. , $8,000.
Fen SALK-Lot InWalnut hill , 5200.
S Fen SALE Lota on 20th , § D50 each.
Fen SALK 22f acres with elegant residence ,
good barn , fine trees , ehrubery , fruit , hot and
cold water an J all conveniences ] .first claea
property in every respect.
Fen SALE-CO feet on Farnam street , near
18th. Good buaiaoaa property cheap ,
Fen HHNT Itoom 44x76 , 3d floor , on llth
Fen SAI.K Homo and lot , lT > tli and
go ntrout ; aplendid corner , $3,000.
Foil SALK-First claia buainosa block , B-15 , ?
000.Fon SALK i lot on Wheaten St. ; n oil
house , 81,500 ,
Fen HALK Fina corner lot in Sliiun a u Idl
tlon , 5750.
FOR SALK-Lot in Millard Pluco , aps.ia
Foil IJEASK Fine businoas property ju
St. , anil St. Mary'a Avenuo.
l"on .SALK-i lot on Chicago Hi. , botwoea
Kith and It , vlthgood houde , $3COO. ,
We will jfuvnisH conveyance free to
part of tJie city toshowproperty to ourJrie
ami customers , and cheerfully a'tve informa
tion reyanliny OinaJia Property.
Those who have ttaryain o offer or ivisJt
< treJnvitcd to see us.
properly atji\bargainl \
213SJ4tbSt , bBtJarnam & 0ouslas :
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