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! ? HE OMAHA DAILY BB& : MONDAY. AUGUST 15. 1887 ;
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE , WO. 12 , PEARL BTBEET.
Delivered by carrier m any part of the city at
twenty cents per wook.
Il.W. TH.TOX , . . . Manager.
BcBinr.ps Omct. No. il
WIGHT KDITOK No. 20 ,
MINOII MKMION ]
N. Y.Plumblne Co.
The city council meet this evening.
Keller , tailor. Summer goods chcao.
Fine coupes for ladles calling. Win ,
Lewis , telephone 128. Ufllco 410 Broad-
Union veteran legion No. 8 will hold
an open meeting this evening , to which
the public is invited.
The Dancbo society vostcrday held a
private picnic at Luke "Maniiwa. Music
was furnished by thu Fifth Regiment
Yesterday morning Miss Mlnnlo Cla-
vcr was married to D. W. Kuolin , of
Omaha , the Kev. Dr. Cooley olllclating.
The ceremony was performed at the
residence of the bride on South Main
street after which a wedding breakfast
was served by the bride's mother.
The ferry cars between this city and
Omaha beginning with this morning ,
will make a trip leaving Council UhtlTs
. nt 0:40 : o'clock. This is done in order to
If * help out the eardenors , fruit men and
1 others who help supply the Omaha marI -
Mr. Person , who has bp.en here attend
ing the funeral of his brother , returned
yesterday to his eastern homo. The
Council Binds Rowing association pre
sented him with a copy of the resolutions
passed by the association , printed on
black-bordered paper , and bound appro
priately. Another sad memento taken
back with him was a photograph of the
Manawa steamer , as it appeared a few
days before the accident.
For Sale A standard bred stallion for
one-fourth ita value. Will sell on time.
Five years old. Will show 13:85 : gait. A.
C. Arnold , Dennison , la.
To Excursion Parties.
The excursion steamer and barge John
M. Abbott Is prepared to fulfill engage
ments for excursions on the Missouri
river either day or moonlight parties.
Capacity 400 passengers. For terms and
other particulars inquire of L. P. Judson ,
020 Sixth avenue.
For Sale Harry Smith's photograph
gallery cheap. Inquire of Harry Smith.
Personal Paragraph * .
William Coleman , of Chicago , is in the
A. D. Ehlo of Des Moincs is at the Ogden -
Mrs. O. M. Brown has returned from
Miss Kate Piisoy Is homo from a pleas
ant trip to Colorado.
f Charles Jones , of Kansas City , is the
guest of Henry Atkins.
John Short has been confined to his
bed by illness the past week.
J. B. Chadwick of Now York was nt
the Pacific house yesterday.
J. U. McCleary and T. T. Anderson of
Indianola are at the Ogden.
Mrs. Dr. Ilanchctt is rapidly recover
ing from her ( tenons illness , and is able
to bo up andjibout.
J. A. Gorham Is expected to return to
morrow from his sad journey east ,
whither ho went with the remains of his
Held Up for Ton Dollars.
On Saturday night John Thompson , an
elderly man from Kansas City , was "held
up" in the Chicago , Burlington & Quincy
railroad yards. * "
Thompson arrived from Kansas City
on Friday , and it was his intention to re
turn Sunday evening. He had been vis
iting some friends and was return
ing through the above-named yards ,
when ho was suddenly Jumped
onto by two men , one of whom
hold him by the throat , while the other
rilled his pockets and stele between | 7
ana S8 from him.
Only one of the robbers were arrested
by the police , his accomplice escaping.
The one arrested gave his name as Chris.
Bader , and when searched in the police
central ofllco only 00 cents were found in
Thompson was yesterday hanging
around police headquarters hoping to
see the man who escaped arrest , think
ing he might visit his chum. Thompson
ran give no description of the one who
escaped , but thinks ho might recognize
him if brought face to face with him.
One Ronnie of Manawa.
The Manawa disaster has caused a
thorough search to bo made for some
law which would servo as a protection
against similar accidents , but not oven a
J , fragment can be discovered touching
. ' . , upon the matter. The revelation of this
lack In Iowa's statutes has aroused the
public , and stops are being taken to se
cure the needed legislation the coming
winter. The representatives from acre
will doubtless introduce a bill to provide
for thu inspection of pleasure boats on
small bodies of water lu the state. It is
a surprise to most that no law exists in
this matter , but such seems the fact as
revealed by the recent disaster. There are
numerous lakes in the state used for
pleasure resorts , and if the recent disas
ter results m the needed proiection of
those who visit them , it will perhaps ,
have not been in vain , although thu
sacrifice of life seems so needless.
Won't Oe Talked About.
Walker , the flag buaror of the Salva
tion army sinoo its existence in this city ,
nnd the broom peddler , who has been
placed under arrest for peddling without
a license , has become mi ( Toil and refuses
to carry the army colors until those who
started the stories of his visits to certain
houses on Kast Pierce street either retract
or otherwise vindicate him. There is
considerable scandalous talk agitating
the army circles just now , and lie is not
willing to bo.tho subject of such talk.
One thousand head of one , two and
three-year-old steers for sale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire of A.
J. tirconamayer , 023 Mynster St. , tele-
J ' At the Pacific house vou will save from
I * We to | 1 per day. Try it aud bo conJ -
J finced. _
When you are in the city stop at the
. - Pacific houso. Street cars pass the door
J every fifteen minutes for all the dopota
Moala 50 cents each.
J. W. and . L. Squire lend money.
Pacific house is the nearest hotel to the
majority of real c.stato ottices in the city ;
f3 per day.
During a thunderstorm at Hazolton ,
Pa. , lightning struck a penknife in the
hands of High Sheriff Ziordt , who waa
bathing in a tub. When he recovered
consciousness ho found nothing but
email splinters of the tub he had boon
bathing in , and the water it contained
, . was equally distributed over the floor , ai
t ; if done with n mop in the hands of a
I scrubwoman , The metal .in the knife
v was melted. No other evidence that the
K lightning kad entered the room- could to
BOLD MIDNIGHT ROBBERY ,
An Old Man Held Up By Two Ruffians
and Pockets Bided ,
MISS EDITH QRAHL'S INJURIES.
The Police llnvo a Great InftathcrlnR
of Petty Sinners The Salvation
Standard Dearer Mad Be.
cause Talked About.
The Burned fJIrl.
Edith Grahl , the eighteen-year-old
daughter of Barney Grahl , who was so
seriously burned Saturday forenoon at
the residence of Conrad Uclso , was last
evening still allvo with fair prospect of
It seems she was visiting the Goiso
family nnd was helping the domestic
with her work about the kitchen when
the accident occurred. Inquiries
yesterday go to show that
it has been the custom of oiling the
kitchen floor of the Geiso residence with
gasoline , it giving a nice polish. This
had jtist been completed and the gasoline
stove was burning preparatory to the
cooking of the Saturday noon meal. The
fumes of the gasoline ignited and the
clothing of the poor girl caught lire. She
shouted for help and ran out of the
house , but shortly returned. Someone
turned the hose onto her burning clothIng -
Ing and after some ton minutes the flames
were finally extinguished.
During the lite in the kitchen the res
ervoir attached to the gasoline stove ex
ploded and much damage was done
about the room in general.
Dr. Eminomls , who is attending the
unfortunate girl , says she is doing
nicely , and no feels satisfied , although
she Is terribly burned , that she will re
The lower fleshy part of her body Is
falrlv baked , and in some parts the burns
arc very deep. The soles of her feet
and above her ears , besides her face
are the only parts untouched by the
flames. It is almost impossible for her to
ho m bed and she spends most of the
time resting wholly upon the soles of her
feet and the back of her head. She is
given every possible attention , and with
her strength and strong will power it is
tnisted she will survive.
It is the worst case of burning over
known in this vicinity.
Gathering in Sinners.
The police had a largo Saturday night's
business. They made more arrests be
tween the hours of 13 o'clock Saturday
night and 4 o'cloctc yesterday morning
than they have in any one whole day in
a long while , drunkenness and disturb
ance of the peace being , as usual , the
principal charges preferred against the
There were twenty-three arrests , of
which three wore females.
C. Brown , Robert Smith , William
Armstrong , Mike Foley , Fred Rcnieks ,
Charles Samson and a couple of "un
knowns" were among the plain drunks.
Fred Ronicks plead guilty and f.GO ! was
put up for his line and ho was allowed to
.William P. Aylcsworth was drunk and
disturbing the peace. He was rclodsed
to appear this morning.
Charles Lo/.icr pleatlguilty to disturb
ing the peace and paid his line , savjug
himself the embarrassment of appearing
before the judge this morning.
Three females , Sadie Boll , Frankie
Parks and Jennie Mack , had "friends"
who put up $15 each for their appear
ance for disturbing the peace. George
Krout had $23.85 on his person when ar
rested upon a like charge. Ho left his
roll with the police for appearance
W. hhadden was found drunk and asleep
by Oflicor Dwyer on Harrison street.
A friend guaranteed his appearance
when required. Charles Eagels was
booked as drunk and suspicious , while
J. Smith loft f 10 for appearance for dis
turbing the peace.
The other day a well-dressed little
woman called on Liveryman Thompson ,
of Portland , Me. , and said she had a
horse and carriage for which she had no
further use , and which she would sell
cheap. Ho said he would look at them.
She went to another livery stable hired n
horse and carriage , returned , struck a
bargain with Mr. Thompson for $110
cash , pocketed the money , and walked
away. She has not been seen in Port
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY
Cor. Sth Ave. & 7th St. , Council Bluffs.
Ono of the best Educational Institu
tions in the west. Boarding and day
school conducted by the Sisturs of Char
ity , B. V. M.
Bonrd nnd tuition for a term of five
months , $75. For further particulars
address SISTER SUPERIOR ,
St. Francis Academy ,
Creston House ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel in the City
with Fire Escape ,
Electric Call Bells.
Accommodation ! FlrNt Cln ,
And Kntos Itcnxonahlc
Max Mohn , Proprietor
O. R. ALLEN ,
EnpeerSurveyorMapPublishBr , ,
Over JVb. 12 Forth Main St.
Map * , of cltlei and oountlM
JOHN T. BTOKl. JACOQ IIM8
STONE & SIMS.
Attorneys at Law.
Practice in the State and Federal Cour t
Roami 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block.
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
_ _ Price * Fery Lowt
W. S. HOMEH & CJO. ,
. . ' JiO. X3 VAfN ST
COUXCIlt ULUfffS , Lit' '
Bpeclat idvortnomcnti , such u Lost , Found
S'oLout ) , For Bixle , To Hont , nanta , Boardlnr.
etc. , will bo Inserted In thlt column nt the loir
ratoofTE.VCBNTSPP.il LINE for the first laser *
Ion and VlvaCentircrlilnefofeachiubiequent
Insertion. Lcaro advcrlliorapnts nt our office
No. U I'carl street , near iiroailwnri Council
W ANTKD A peed shoemaker. Apply to
0co. Woolbcr , Bbonandoikh , lown.
FOH KENT Furnished room with bonrd , No.
613 Mill street Two gents or man nnd
FOH SALE Or Trade -Comiilcto stock fur
niture , stoves , etc. ; nl&o building , In irood
town on Wnbash roail 20 miles from city ; no
opposition. Oooil reasons for elllnir. Terms
easy. Will Invoice about .2,500. Address or
call on Merchant , ! U5 Uroadway , Council UlufTg.
W ANTKD At once , Kood Klrl. Call on Mrs.
llaldano , corner of Seventh avenue and
101 h street.
> 10K SALE OH THADH.-For Conncll Illuffs
property 40,000 acres of Iowa and Ne
braska land. J. K. Hlci-,110 Mam Kt. Council
Situation as bookkeeper by
young man who can Klvo satisfactory rcf-
icnecs ns to experience , habits nnd responsi
bility. O. U. Bee office , Council Illuifs.
Situation as salesman In grocery
store. Hofcrcnces given. JD. U. T. , lice
offlco , Council Hinds.
WILL sell two carriages on long time or will
trade for horses. William Lewis.
OFFICER A PUSEX ,
BOO Broadway , Council Bluirs.Iowa.
REAL ESTATE ,
Vacant Lots , Lnnds , Cfty Hcsldcnccs nnd
Forms. Aero property In western part of city.
All eolllnir cheap.
B. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent ,
Uoom 6 , over Officer & Puecy's Dank , Councl
Has * complete line of
! 1 1 I IM
, black and all colors. Eat
tern bonnets , hnu nnd toques , a specialty.
No 15M Douglas et. , Omnha.
D. H. McDANELD & COMPANY ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
WOOL AM > FURS.
Hlyhcst Market Prices * Protnp
820 and 82 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
BEST LIGHT LIVERY
The finest of driving horses always on
hand and for sale by
E. S. BARRETT ,
Justice o ± the Peace ,
415 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers to any bank or business house in the
ctty. Collections a specialty.
Coaches and Hacks in City.
WILLIAM WELCH ,
No. 418 Broad vay The Manhattan ,
Telephone No. 33
Na. 015 Main Street , Telephone No , 58.
lu Amber ,
namciitg , as
well as tbe
elties in hair
ri. C. L. Gillette
29 Mnin St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Out
of town work solicited , and all mail
orders promptly attended to ,
Star Safe Stab/es and Mule fards
way.Onull , Dummy Depot
Horses and mulei constantly on hand
for ialo at retail or in car load lota.
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
Telephone 114. SHLDTEK & UOLF.T.
Opposite Dummy Depot , Council Bluffs.
It , BCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Offloo over American Express. . .
No ; 419 BROADWAY
HARKNESS BROS. ,
BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
CLOSING OUT ALL
Summer Dress Goods , White Goods
Parasols , Gloves , Mitts , Hosiery , Etc. , Etc.
OTJIR. STOOK :
Are Large and Well Selected
Our Patterns are Choice and Quality the Best ,
New Goods are arriving and invite
A FULL LINE OF
CURTAIN DRAPERIES ,
'SHADING ETC. , ETC ,
Work Done by Competent Workmen.
, Wail Orders Promptly Attended To
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
N. B. Special attention given all orders by
BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OF
Pianos and Organs
Persons wishing to purchase instruments will find it to their interest to
call on us.
Instruments Tuned nnd Repaired. We never fall to give latlNt'tictlon.
Over 2O years' Experience fiiF'Inno and Organ Work.
Swanson Music Co. -
No. 329 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa
Real Estate Broker and Dealers
Council Blum Office , Musonle
Temple. Omaliu Otllcc , No 111
North ) Otli street.
PnrtlcuSar attention given to Inventing -
venting I'undR for neil resi
dents. Special bargains In . lota tV
aero property In Omiiliu & Cou i-
ell Ululli. Correspondence solic
BECHTELE'S ' NEW HOTEL ,
Best $2.00 a day house in the west.
LOCATION , THE BEST , FIRST CLASS TABLE , SAMPLE BOOMS and
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES !
Regular : Boarders : : Reduced : : Rates.
NO. 336 & 338 Broadway , council Bluffs.
No. 201 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A COMPLETE AS011TMENT
Fancy and Staple Groceries
V Both. Domestic and Foreign ,
, . .
The Theatrlcnl Vrofcinlon ,
Merit will win an J rccclro publlo recognition and
pr&tae. Focli , which are the outcome of general ex
perience , growing through years of critical and
practical tnt , become na rooted nnd linmovnblo ni
the rock of Gibraltar In publlo opinion , and hence
forth need no further guarantee ni to their genii
Jncnen. The Indliputabla fact thnt Swlft'a Specific.
U the best blood purifier In the world , It one of theio
Immovable Gibraltar rnclc fact * of which wo huro
spoken , and every d.iy'i cxperlcneo root * thl.1 con
viction deeper and iletper lu publlo opinion. Krery
clau of our penplo lu America mul lu Europe ,
erery trade , calling and profctalon , Incltullmc tno
medical profcsilon , Imro Ixirne rolunlnry teitl *
imony to the remarkable Tlrluca of 8. a 8. and
It * Infallible eflk-ncy In curlim alt dltrawa of.tho
blood. These testlnioninls ore on file by the tfiou-
( and * , and OIK-II to the Inspection of nil. now come ,
untoucltod , two ( lliUiiRUWied members of the theat
rical profession , who pratcfully testify to the wonder
ful curative qualities % f the Spccina In their Indi
vidual cast * . Their testimonial ! nro herewith tub-
many , and of McVIckf r's stock Company , .
The gentleman If a well known member of the Mew
York Thalia Theatre Company. Ikith arc well known
la theatrical circle * In this country and In Kuroce.
Charlotte Rnndim'i Tcallmony.
NEW YonK , Hay 3 , 1887.
Swift Speclflo Company , Atlanta , Go. i
Gentlemen-HaTlnn been annoyed with pimples ,
eruption ! and routcbneu of the akin , from bad con
dition of my blood , for more than a year , I used a
leading preparation of sanaparllla and other adver
tised remedies to no effect. Then I consulted n prom
inent physician , aud from his treatment received
no benefit. I then concluded to try the 8,8. 8. rem
edy for the bloat ] , and five or six packages , by a
thorough eradication of my trouble aud restoring
smoothness to my skin , have made me happy , ana
1 cheerfully glvo you this testimonial for such usu
and publicity as you wUh to make of It.
CniRLomc lUsoow ,
IS } Dowcry , near Cauol Street.
Ilnuo Ilamkcrl'a Tenllmonjr.
The Swift Specific Company , Atlanta. Oa :
Gentlemen For two years I had a severe case of
eczema. I used tar sea | > s , sulphur soaps , and various
other remedies , and \t aa prt crlbed for by numlx > ra
of phi ilclans , but found no relief. At last I deter
mined to try th 8.8.8. remedy , and seven or clxht
bottles have thoroughly relieved me , and you can
use thlt certificate In any manner you wish.
Huuo niSBxint ,
. . . Membe uf Thalia Thcatr *
hew York , May J , 18S7.
Treatise on Dlood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
TOB Bwirr arxcino Co. ,
Drawer 3. Atlanta. Oa.
U. K. BUHKET.
Funeral Director & Embalmer
111 N. IfithSt. Toleohone No. )
The COOK KEHEDT Co
you , u It l > r m Blr , In WILL CURE
live to eight dajr . Tlili
Ueniedy li ubiolutcly _ . . _ .
unknown to anyone oulilde of our Company. It U
- - - Ut
nt soliucly thnt w < * nre rcllatilc and do u hat wo clnloi.
Aildrns , COOK lixmcur Co. , Hoom 17 Ucllman
llulldlng. Omalia , Nub.
DR. F. J. BRIGKER ,
Office in Arlington Block
Booms 28 and 29.
OMAHA , - - - NEBRASKA.
Kectal and Genito Urinary Di
seases a Specialty.
Hemorrhoids or I'llcs , cured In nil coses , no
mutter of how lonit Ktnndlng1. Itching VHoso
ciiliod , Fissure , l-'latulu In Arm , Constipation.
Koi'tnl ulccration and all Chronic UisuiiRcaof
thoUuctumaia > coRstully ttouted by n painless
system of Itectal Medication and direct applica
tion of remedies , without the use of the Knife ,
Ligature or Caustics. No delay to business In
orclnary cases. Olllco hours 0:33 : a.m. to l-Wm. : )
2 to fi iitidT to 8 p.m. Kcsklcnco , cor. 20th and
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
( OnoMllo West of Notre Dame University ) .
The Cth Acutloiiilo term , will open Monday ,
School Art and Design. Conservatory of Music.
The Acailomlo course Is thorough lu the Pro-
pariitory , Senior and Classical Grades. MUPIO
Ilopurtmenton tlio plan of the host Conserva
tories of Europe , li under clmrfro of a com
plete corps oteachers. . Studio modeled In the
great Art Schools of Europe. Urtiwiiur nnd
Palntlni ; from lllo and the antique. I'honok'ra-
phy and Typo-\Vrltlttir taufrht. llilililltiKs ocUlp-
pcd with lira escape. A sepiirato dopartmniit
for children ui.dor 13. Apply for catiiloguo to
Mother Superior St. Mary's Academy
Notre Dame P. O. , St. Joseph Co. , Inu.
( Mnln llulldlitR )
THE UNIVEK8ITY UF NOTRE DAMR.
Thn44thcolloKlato year will open Tuesday ,
Sopt. t ) , the spacious and olctrant buildings liuvo
durlnir the past your , accommodated 600 resi
dent students. Every faculty is afforded for HO-
curlntr a thorough knolodgo or
Classics , Mathematics , Law , Science and
A thfjroimb commercial cotirso Is also n fen-
turo of the Institution. Special advantages
will he placed wlthlu the reach of those desir
ing to study
The MINIM Department for boys under thlr
teen Is bopnrato. Catalogues Klvliitf full par
ticiilnrs will bo sent too In application to Kev
T. K. WALSH , a S. C. , President Notre Dame
P. 0.1 ndlima.
M n suffering from f tnmt\lm r.
KrrTuui. Ilrhllltr. l.n < ! k at
Vkrcllwr , etc. , MftnltlnK from ID.
ti Puthers A pl t l In Hie hinds
' ' ' 11"1' * ' " " * 9Itrpl'le lth
lnfc.im tlou of nlue tollmen.
MAI5TIN IEMEDY CO. 10 Park Place. New York.
C. F. MAYNE. C. H. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR t MAYNE ,
Ull lllknil U11UV7 iltVHUUj
( Tire , Lightning and Tornado. ;
N. W. Cor. 16th and llurnuy Eti. , Omalm , Neb.
FR/HK D. MEW ,
Carpenter and Builder ,
FINE CABINET WORK A SPECIALTY
300 Soutli Sixteenth Street.
WEAK , NERVOUS PEOPLE
- " from
Anrt olbera sudcrlnir
.nervous il blllty , exhausting
Irhronlo < tliea s , prcmaturt
Ijecllne ol rountf or old are
lix.slilT ljr cured liy Dr.
Home's famous Elrclr .
Mil"1'0 ' Mtltou"'s .
it * In th union bate l > n curtu.
, . . , In.Untl/slt. Vaunted and sol-110
yean , wiicmj family can wear same UeU. KUelrla
lut/wislna / * ) ii. Kleotrlt Trusses.for
KiclBT * . 7dO curedIn'bO. giqd stanipforpsmjhlst.
N.W. J. Houi , uvwioi. UIW.UIH Av. , OMIGMB.
CAPITAL PRIZE , $150,000 ,
" \Vo do hereby certify that wo supervise thtf
nrriinirotiioiits for nil the Monthly nnd Scml.
Ainiuiil DrnwItiKS of The Louisiana Stnto Lot *
tcry Company , ami In person mnnniro mul con
trol the drntrlnirs thotti'olvos. mul thnt the
Finno nro oondtictoil with honesty , fairness 11114
in good fnlth toward all pvrtlos , mid wo niithot
lo the Company to use this certlllciito with fno
similes of our signature attached , In Us ndvot
We the undersigned Banks and Hankers win
nil Prizes drawn In The Ixiulilnn * Stilt *
Kt wbloh may be presented nt our couny
J. II. OUI.KS1IV , Pros. Lonlslnnn National nir
riKKHK I.ANAUX , 1'rcs. StfUo National II 1C
A. BALDWIN , Pros. Now Orleans Nnt'lllnnlc
CAUL KOHN , 1're * . Union National Unnk.
OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Lonisnnta Stnto Lottery Company
Incorporated In Wtt.forSSyoarshy this IiOf Islatur *
for educational nml charitable purposes with
capital of ll.lMMXM-to which a reserve fund of ore *
fttnOUU hai lnco been added.
lly an oTcrwhclralnK populitr vote I la frnnchtia WM
mnilo n part of the t > r ent st.ito constitution adopted
December 2nd , A , 1) . 18711.
The only lottery over Toted on and 'endorsed
by the people of nnyotatu.
It never icales or tiostpohai.
Its Ornnd Slnglo Number Drawings takoplnc
monthly , and the Seml-Annunl Driiwliiirl rcKtt-
Inrly every six months ( June nnd Dtvomber. )
A 8PLBNI1ID Ol'I'OUTUNITV TO WIN A
FOHTUNK. Ninth Grand Drawing , class I ,
In the Academy of Music , Now Orleans. TUCK
dayBop. 18,1887 208th Monthly Drawlny.
CAPITAL PRIZE , 8150,000.
"Notice-Tickets are Ten Dollar * only )
Halves , S5. Fifths , $2. Tenths , $1 ,
LIST or VM.IXA ,
1 CAPITAL , FIUZB 0V $150,000. . . . | 1MOOC1 )
lORANDl'Hl/K OF 60,000. . . . 50,000
1 OUANI ) 1'UI/K OF SW.OOO. . . . 0,000
i LAHUK I'UI/KSOF 10,000. . . . 20,000)
4 LA 11(1 E PHIZES OP 6,000. . . . 20,000
M PHIZES OP 1,000. . . . 20.000
60 " MO. . . . ,000
lee " aoo. . . . bolooa
200 " ZOO. . . . 40,009
600 " WO. . . . 60,000
100 Approximation Prizes of : JO. . . . $00,000
100 " " too. . . . 20000
100 " " 100. . . . 10,000
1U Terminal " 60. . . . 60,000
2,179 Prizes araountlnff to $ nSA.OM
AppllCBtlon for rates to club , should t > maae onlr
to the oMce of the company In New Orleann.
For further Information write clearly , giving full
address. POSTAL MOTKS. eiprein money orders , oi
New York Kxchanxo In ordinary letter. Currency by
WASHINGTON , D. C.
Address Registered letters to
NKW OllLKANS NATIONAL HANK
B"pi T ? That the prosenos of
* - * b Generals lleauregard ana
Early , who are In charge of the drawings , is ammn
antea ot absolute fairness and Intoxnty , that tb (
chances are all equal , and that no one oan poislbij
dlTlne what nnmber will draw a Prlie.
HKMJCMllKH that the payment of all prltes II
OUAUANTKKtl Ilr roilll .VATION.Vr , llANKHOf MOIf
Orlean' , anil the Tickets nro signed hy the president
ot an Institution , whose churtcrpd rights nro roco
nlted In the hUlio t cmirts : therefore , bownro of any
Imitation ! or anonymous schema ]
A SURE CURE .P
OR NO PAY. T
OUR MAGIC REMEDY
PosrrivEiiY CUIIK ALI. Srpnn.m ( |
DISEASES OP REGENT on LOKO
STANDINQ IN rnou FIVE
TO TEN DAYS.
NO OTHER REMEDY ON EARTH
Will in All Cases Cure This Disease.
Blnee the lilttory of medicine a trim Snr clflc fop ,
Syphilitic Ulioaic lias been loiiRlit for but ncvof
juimd unlit thodticovery of imrMAOIC ItEMKin.
' \Vchk\corcrr rexion to livlleve that It li ntxoo
liitcly unknown to nr physician , ipeolnllit or dicta *
tit llrlnB. cither In tlil or this old world.
Hw discovered by mere nctldent thirteen year *
trobya man of no tlnrinclnl mcan but n natural
chpmf t , who only med U In a quiet way In ca r
comlnifto till noilce whcro uterera ( eould get nq
relief , though tlioroUKhly trylnz every known reim
fdv nnd cinploylnx if.e most iKlllfiil pliislclani la
the land , who had ultimately pronounced tuoie caief
" ' '
'ri'o'rcmcdy lieic advcrtlnf d has been nuanlM wlttt
the utinoit secrecy elnco III dl covery. until u year
ago. when thli ilH-mlit died poor , ai lie alwaiiliaj
heen. and the original formula niirchawil of hi *
widow. ThU In lirlof U the true history uf thli inos
' ' ' '
TTl'ircook'TtK'M'uny CO. therefore have ppsica.
Ion of tlic only mecllclno In llio world that will cur < >
thl" Dreaded llUeuif In all Us formi.
They arc Jiutlned In IliU itatemrnt tot ; the i reason
that tnc latent medical worki. published by the busl-
known authorities cay there In no true speclllc.
Wu av now wo have a THUB BPEOtrio ON TIIAB
ITAI NKVKK FAILKI ) .
Those who hac employed cvci y other known rerat
cdy without benefits should Klvo us a trial. NucurQ
no pay , and noexpcnsc to patient In any way.
Wn do not sell the Remedy , or lend It out , undea
We will treat all stages of this dUeata at ourDls- i
, or at the patient's renldriiea either la
Genury elsewhere In casei where the uattmll ?
unaliletocome tons. .
We liuvptt llfRUlnr I'hyalclnn liiHttonil-
lire n-lut la a graduate ol evcrtil coliugoit
nud lina had over 3fi y ; r * * ; xnerleiir .
IF WK FAIL TO CURB. THE COOK. III'.MEDV OOi
WILL KKFUSD ALL MONEY ANI > J'A V UNTIIIK
IKCUHKXD IN vuiTiNd OMAHA , whether the dlstanc
be ten or ten thousand miles.
Our contracta will be endorsed by a roiponilbla
person and to the entire latlsfacilon of patients.
Old chronic cases of Uonorrhiea and Ulcet pcroia-
nentlyeured. as If bymaglc. In nye dayi.
This Itemedy acts Immediately upon th < ! niood ,
re moIng from the syntem o rr trace iif poison.
Finer Horea , VIce" * : . .r"l.lfi1.11 ! Sr l * .r
Mouth , Halr-Fullliiir. nil nil Hklii
eunea citreil In a liliirvuloinly alittrt tline. 7
No other known Itemedy In the world ran do In sit '
months what wo guarantee to do In IwoHcokn.
All we ask Is a trial. UJJ.OT ronoBT THAT wt
ni'ASANTXK A CfRK OK AO PAT. f < U HpCClallSt OI
IMiysIrlan will do thli. You know from nast e perl
ence. If YOU are no of the atlllcted. TJienn rbynl.
clans know they hn\o no remedy with which they
OAK cure all Chronic C se of Siphllli. and will , ail
matter of course , say It l ImpOKllile to elUct a per *
niancDtcurc. Ilul we defy any of them to in Ing ma
case ihatwe will not cure permanently Inashortei
time than Is required fur the most recent cunts wlttt
any other kno\\n remedyln the world ,
Correspondence nnd a critical line llatlon | soil *
Ited both as to our unsnclal standing and \ cruelly ,
COOK UEJtEDY CO. ,
OMAHA , NKllItASKA.
nr. Itonsr 17 , HBLLHAH HIMLUINU.
YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER.
OKlnvtotboDUCOIlt. n.JtsTKUt of Ilif cloth ( which
our i' ' t nu cor.r .iclu.ltcljr ) mill flt iirrrmtr tint
tlm.worn. Itf < ] nlrr nobiraktiiKln. Ml > 4rf RKTtKllliu
.tl.r After helnr worn trn davs If not fooiiJ tlic tnoit
uuilCinnrurlnlile Corset cVer worn."r > olil by" all
Ont-clK s dealers.
OltO'lTT IIHUS3. . Thlrsiini. III.
ON 3O PAYS' TRIAL.
11 u 4 Cut .imcruit from alt
( Uclf Ui all | i. > ltlws ut U ,
a back Intem-
_ .Inen lust a * a poreon
doe wllli the finger. wltt'n < Mpr su Uj u.r.
Mabhel < ls curely duy and nlclil. anil a nullcal tnr
certain IIU ajr , durttil * an > l rli i ) . Hf nt hr mall. CU * ! i
aUn Int. UfiUnOI TtM CO. , k , Us > j
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