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JUtE DAILY BEE : SATURDAY. APRIL I88
O. O. &E C3CJ .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market Council Warts IOAA ,
WHOLESALE FLOUU HOUSE ,
General Agcttl tor the Celebrated Jllllio 1C , 1 > . Hush , * . Ci , Ooldcn Mgle Flour. LcHTCIlBOJth
. . Kan A9 , and Queen Dre Mil . ioux rills. tob ,
1 ctcrencc , Smith A Cil t ndcn , Coiu.cll niun < , In. *
WHOLESALE AND Il < STAtL
STATIONERY AMD PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFd , IOWA.
illT'T ' L . .B ? JJASJ JL LF' ' ° L
" Lands and"Lota Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT L0\\r HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
HI.
15 North Mniu Street ,
W olesftle dealer In 1IOE FINDINGS. Readj-fltted upcr , In ral [ aVInnndhlp. Oik and
hemlock feOLELKATUEK , ntid all goods apiijriniiiliiR to the ohoetr-Ue. Ui > ds Bold a cliciias ]
in the Kai .
DEI IILLIPRY STORE
FOll STYLISE SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S IIATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Ptre t. Council Bluffs Ia
That never require ctlmplnp. nt Mis. J. J Good's llalr Store nt pr en uexcr before touched by
any other hair dealer. Al > u ft lull line ol switches , itc. , kt really reduced prlctw. AUogoliI ,
dUcrand colored ncis Wavia niadu Irom lullca' onn hair. DJ in t lall to ca1 ! hcfora purchasing
.elsewhere. . All goods warranltd an rcpicsintid. \.U3. J. .1 GOOD ,
2-JMiln direct , Couuc.ll UluSs , Ion a.
ASOLNWISE ,
IYER ! , FEED & SALE SPABLE
$ { V.-The largest and best
vw stables in the west ,
oadsters , Saddle ard
raft horses for sale ,
& ! so a fine lot of mules
just received which
will be closed out
(
SCOTT ST. , NEAR BBOADWAY.
*
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
Kr.HOVliU withoit the
drawing ol blood or uao of
, . . . , J knife. Cures lun r diseases ,
n-n tt ifn Vita , Scrofula , UN or com-
i'liT' . . i JL J. platut , Dropty , Ithcuma-
sT 11 lUl II K S tlsm. Fever nnd llorcur-
L/T * * * * * * " w lat uoro ? , Kryilclas. | Halt
leum , Scald Hoid , Citarrh , woik , Inllimed
Tl granulated Kycs , crofulous Ulcurs and t'u-
tjo Bis aso of all kinds. Alto Kidney and
Iwal diBrasci. HoJiorrhoIdj or Files cured
for rasJVey reminded.
casoi treated upon th3ptIcclpleot\eRct-
. .j rasl. u idthout th * u u o mer urial pul -
onsor the knlfu.
, fflocira Vapor or Jl-dlcatoJ IJiths , furnished
" clealro them.
jVWwvv who uuai&u vi.
ln Uernl'i or Hupturo radically cured by the ufe
m& of the Elastic boic Tni-a and Plaster , which has
BO . superior lu the world.
* \Ufi s > viy
, j ir
> CON TH.TATION FREE
ffOALL OM OR ADDUH33
PE , EicB and F , C , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
LIVERY ,
and Sale StiaWes ,
B North First Street ,
eta old stand , Council Dlufl > < , Iowa.
WILLA11D SMITH. I'rop.
[ D.STILLMAN ,
tltloner of Homeopathy , consulting
feiciaiiandSiirgeon ,
find rfsldencu 016 Willow avenue , Coun-
. Iowa.
Iowa.W.
W. K. SINTON ,
"bENTIST.
Pearl' Street , Council Bluffs ,
[ iJtand fllllnir a tpechlty. First-class
c guanntecJ.
JB. A. P. HANCHETT ,
ICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ko. It I'carl Street Houn , 0 a. m. to
I p. m. , 10 6 p , m. JUildence , 120
' , rcet. Telephonic connection with
IMELJA BURROUGHS ,
1617 First Avenue
110 toll a. m. , and 2 to 6 p. m ,
"
SB'S ' LIFE ASSOCIATION ,
t' DE3 M.OINE3 , Iowa ,
tted July 1st , 1870 , for the mututl
panic ofllwrs and thffr cuitorntra ,
Snc pies of KO.UITY , ECONOMY AN H * >
lew experlrnca j life Insurance sollcl-
1. Addresi , II. M. Stevens , diiirict
BIBce Ho. 7 , Kvertt'u blocn , C uncil
Hcelucucolul 4th avenue. 1' . O.
r. E. MAXON ,
Office over savings bink.
ILL , BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
iL ESTATE.
jjJames , In connection with bis law and
I builneaibuys and sells real estate.
jrUhlng ; to buy or sell city property call
fever Bushnell'a book store , Pearl
fIN J , ABBOTT.
i , of the Peace and
rotary Public ,
[ tadway , Council Bluffs
moit { gc draw acknowledge
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order ,
Wiwos Mido From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nets , Combs , Brushes , Face-pow
ders , Bands , Hair Orna
ments , &c. , &o.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and fricea
Guaranteed.
337 W. Broadway , a id
109 S. Main St
IV1RS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MES , E , J , HAEDIM , M , D , .
Medical Electrician
AND
Gi YG N ECO LOG ! SIT "
Qraiuato ot Elrclropithlc Institution , 1'hUa-
dclph a , Puoiu.
Office Cor , Broadway & Blonn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IO\YA.
The treatment rf all dlseasoj and pilnful ; dl-
flcultlcu peculiar to turralc-ia HpctUlty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MA1NST ,
Empl y the best Hro J Baker In the \Vett ; also
a choice hind ( or Cakci and Flo.
Bread delivered to all parts of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found at B. DANEHY" ,
130 Uipur llroa1 < r'V.
JNO.JAYFEAINEY ,
Justice of the Peace ,
3U BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES , d c
Loans andEealEstate ,
Pioprletor of ahstrac'a of Pottawattamlo
county , Olllce corner of Droadw y and Main
mreeu , O-uiictl lllnlTj , loxa. '
JOHN STEINER M. D 81
81tl
, . , , tl
( Doutschcr Arzt. ) n
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK , A
Council Bluffs. jj
Diseases of women and children a spaclalty. it
P , J , MOHTQOMBttY , M , D , ,
of
FttEB DlSi'ENHAIlY EV KY SATUJIPAY.
Office In Everett's block , Pearl trcet. HeslJ
denco 128 Fourth street. Ofllco hours from 0 to
la. m. , 2 to 4 aid 7 to 8 p. in. , Council I luffs
F. C.
. . CLARK ,
PRACTICAL DENTIST.
Peart street , opposite the poitoffice. One of
the oldest practitioners In Council Bluffs , Balls-
lifactlon guaranteed In all cases.
ODELL& DAY , (
BENEEAL FIRE IHSUEAHOE O
AND-
REAL ESTATE Aa'TS.
LIONEY TO LOAN.
Boa'd ef Trade building , Council Illuffs , Ia.
JOHN mm ,
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW u
Will practice In all state and federal courts
Speaks German Language. on
LASHING LACEY ,
The Ohlof of the Fira Depart
moat Pound Guilty of
Breaking the Law.
TUo Profile of Sunday Whisky Soiling
Cut Down n Little.
Ycstorday afternoon Pat Lacey , tin
chief of the fire department , appeared
od before Jutlgo Aylesworth chargoi
with koopini ; IPS saloon open on Sun
day , inviolation of law. lie ploadec
not guilty , nnd inndo the prosocutiot
show its hand , but the witnesses wcr
not lacking , and tlio court promptlv
found him guilty and fined him § 20
nnd coatawhich will cut down nlittlou
the profits of "his bar on last Sunday' :
business.
It ia rather n humiliating siqht for
a city of this size nnd standing to
have ono of its ctty officials thus
arrested nnd fined for the violation ol
one of the city's own ordinances. It
is bad enough to have ouch an inipoi
tnnt position filled by a innn carrying
on such n business as Pat Lacey is
known tin carrying on. It is still worse
to have him carry it on in open defi
\nco of law , and compel the author !
ties to arrest him and bring him before -
fore the bar of justice. It is atill
worse when this man gaini auch po
litical control that ho is paid
compliment in Mayor Bovi
man's inaugural , and an increase
of his piy is recommended , and ho is
unanimously confirmed as chief by the
council , fearing that if they did not
do BO he would bo able to got many
of the deDarlment to desert , and leave
the city holpli an. It ia a strange atato
of affairs which will keep auch a man
thus bolstered up , and that those who
would like to ECO him have loss power
are nfiaid to say BO.
Pat Lacey ehauld not bo singled out ,
lowevor , for prosecution. There are
others who are likewise violating the
same ordinance for which ho was
mod. The fact that ho ia an official
ehould not screen him , nor should thu
: jct that others are not officials screen
hem. Lot there be fair play all along
the Hue.
PERSONAL.
E. L Shugait loft last evening for
Princeton , III. , to visit his old home , ex
> ecting to bo absent a weeV or so ,
. L. Eaton , the leading photographer
of Omnha , dropped into Tltli DUE iifllco
redterdny while on a Hying trip to this
city.
city.Hon.
Hon. T. M. 0. Logan , of Logan , dined
at the Ognen yesterday.
Jacob Williams , of Omaha , was shaking
with Council Bluffs friends yesterday
afternoon.
IOWA ITEMS.
Dubuque claims to have gained 500
nhabitants since January 1.
The experiments with the electric
ight in Dubuque have neb been as jot
entirely satisfactory.
An artesian well is proposed nt
Oavenpovt for the purpose of getting
a supply oi purer water than the city
now has.
At Ida Grove the other day , while
Fred Holler was carlesaly examing n
self-cockiin ; revolver , the wjapon was
discharged and the ball lodged in the
thigh of Daniel Diltz , inflicting a dan
gerous wound.
Scarlet fever and diphtheria are
prevalent in LaMura. On the 25tli
Fred M Tomlinson lost
a throa-yoar-
old child by scarlet fever , and a re
maininc child was not expected to
cli live. There have also been several
deaths from diphtheria.
A couple of Wintersut attorneys engaged -
gaged in a controversy in court n day
ir two since. Ono called the other a
iiar and smote him on the nose until
; ho claret flowed down his board , oven
Aaron's board unto the hem of his
;
jarmont It is said that an effort will
bo mndo to disbar thu heavy hitter.
At Carroll thu council ordered the
removal of u building belonging to M.
A. tfoyt , and the latter brought suit
claiming $12,000 damages. After a .
long and exciting trial , in which over
fiixty witnesses were examined , and
the court expenses alone run up to
more than $1,000 , a verdict was found
for the plaintiff , awarding him $2 390
ictual damages and 81184 exemplary
damages. The end ia not yet , for the
case will go to the auprcino court.
IH Scott county a few days ago , a
'oang man by the name of Irving
Aboy had been paying attention for n
Abort time to a young lady , a school
teacher , who boarded at the house of
'arnuT John Larson. Abey made a
social call , > ind before leaving asked
ho young lady to marry him. She
modestly but firmly declined. Thin
was more than the tonder-hi-artud
Abey could bear. Bo drew a revolver I
rom his pocket , placed its innzzlo at
lis temple a/id fired. The result was
Distant death.
Why He Took the "Jron-clad. "
In the year 1801 there lived in ono
the sea-coast counties of South
Carolina two neighbors , who'mieht bo
introduced to you as Tom Jolmion
and John Thomson. They were
both lar o slave owners and ardent
secessionists , and when Jeff DAVIS
called for troops and money to aid in
the establishment of the Southern
Confederacy , none responded more
promptly or more liberally than
Thomson and Johnson , A cavalry
company in Hampton's legion was
raised in their vicinity , and both con
tributed a number of blooded horses
and equipments complete.
They were both beyond the ago for
for active duty as soldiers , so they es
caped the conscription and remained
on their plantations till the federal Of
fleet under Commodore Dupont occu
pied Beaufort. As soon ai Beaufort
fell they both gathered up their slaves
who had not fled tor refuge to the
Yankees , and hastily retired to the in
terior of thu state , Hero they rofu *
geed until 1874 , when things were be
ginning ( o look blue for the JelTDavis
dynasty , and their slaves had become
burden to them.
Ono bright morning Johnson called
Itia old neighbor , and informed
I
him Ihnt ho proposed to return to his
homo on the const mid take possession
of Ilia old plantation.
"llut"Baid Thomson , "tho Van
koo commniidcf will not lot you into
pos 6Mon. "
"I'll mniiRgo that , " replied John
aon , and off ho wont.
Arriving at Port Hoyal Jio was
ushered into the presence of the
commanding otlicor , to whom ho ntado
known liis wish.
"Aro you n loyal citizen of the
Union ? " naked the commandant
"I " Johnson
am , emphatically replied
son ,
4'Will you take the iron-clad ! . ? '
" 1 will , " responded Johnson.
The oith xvnn presented. Johnson's
immo was nllixcd without delay , and
the order WHS issued nnd ho put in
possession of his plantation.
The news of Johnson's good for
tune auon made its way into the in
terior , and his old neighbor Thomson ,
BOOH followed his example , and pro
aunted himself nt headquarters with
the rcquoat that the commandant
would restore him to his plnntntion
"Can you take the 'iron clad' oath ? "
asked the officer.
"No , sir , " responded Thomson.
"Then you can't Imvu the planta
tion. " said the > fllcor. ' * '
"But my neighbor" 'anil friend , Mr. (
Johnson , has had his plantation re
stored to him how ia it I can't cot
mine ? "
"Ho took the 'iron-clad ' , ' " was th
ply.Thomson
Thomson retired , heartily wishing
that all the Yankees on the American
'ontinent wore reduced to ono man.
and that all the cannon in the world
were in OHO , and that cannon was
charged with nil the gunpowder nntj
ball over manufactured , and tint he ,
the aforesaid Thomson , had that cannon -
non pointed nt that Yankee , BO ho
could liavo tno proud satisfaction of
blowing that concentrated Yankee to
thunder.
With these feelings ho sought his
old neighbor , and fairJy fuming with
rage ho hissed :
"Did you take that infernal 'iron
clad' oath ? "
"Itlid , " quietly replied Johnson.
"Wfcll , you know you did ovory-
, hing you could for the confederacy
rou give money , provisions , houses
and everything required. Will you
ileaao toll mo on what principle of
nornla you took that hell-tired oath ? "
"I will , " quietly replied Johnson ;
"I took it ou the principle that I had
rather trust my soul in the hands of
an all-merciful God , than to Irast my
> hntatioti in the hands of the G d
d-d Yankees. "
EDUCATIONAL. NOTES.
Mujor GcuGial Hancock will deliver the
linlomos ut the Fortress Monroe artillery
Hchpul this year.
The resignation of Professor Sanborn ,
who has occupied a chair in Daitmouth
co II ego for neurly half a century , wan no-
repteil last week by the trustees of that
nstitutiou.
Rochester university lias just received a
gift of SIOO.GO ) for thu purpose of adding
ladies' dopaitment to the institution.
It in In-Hex cd that if a fund of Sl50,000s ! !
raised a chair of millinery cnn be sustained.
Ernest Morris , the young naturalist and
explorer , of Indli'iap ilm , Ind. , brought
mine with him frutn his rcojnt trip to
Sou h .AiuoHcn 1,600 plants , fifteun 61
which are clnimed to he new iliieovorics.
Thu collection ia now in poneesaiou of
KroHtua Corning , of Albany , N. V.
A me.iical school for post-gia.luato
Htudy , in Now York , will probably I o the
retult of the resignation ot otgl < t pro'es-
BOM in the medic il department of the
univerujty of tlio city of Now Yoik. The
university is a loose ngj-regata of nrofea
uiinml Bchool * , whose f.icuUies have ulwaya
objt'ctoil to their relation to the govern-
inent.nf the inst.tution , nnd the difllcu ty
culniniiKted tlita weoit in the ro igimtion
if Doctors Hoosa , W. A. Hammond , Smith ,
Gourloy , IMF-ird , Pnlleu , kittle and Stur- u
( is , whote icpntation lias had much
; o do with the Biiccesi of the fchool
, hey leave , althnugh their sh.xro in Its
.eachiug is lees tluiu that of the regular
'acuity who remain. The eeceding pro-
e.isonf have decided to organize a now in „
stitution , probably in connection with fj
so in o university , and , if puEsible , not do-
> emlont ou foes. The number of BtuiJoiits
uow ready or likely to enter such a schoo1 ,
chich would prouose to tnlco up medical
UMtruition where other schools leave it , ii
not large.
The oldest , beat endowed , and in most
expects the. best managed schools of ford >
, ry are to be found in Germany. There
are wltlilii the omplienlne of these schools :
two in Prussia , one each in Bavaria Sax
ony , Wurtemburf , ' , B den , Hesse , Darm
stadt , Brunawiok , and Saxo Weimar. The
course of study in ono of these echools. that
it Neustadt-Itiberswaldc , embraces cbem-
itry , iiliynicp , meteorology , geology , hot-
my , microscopy , zoology , nurveyindraw -
rut public rconomy ami finance , cultiva-
.ion of forests , forest implements , forcut
totany , protection of forests , forest usu
fruct and technology , forest survey ing , tip.
fortnta. calculation of the value
if forest H and forest stati-tic. " , adu-inistra-
Ion of forcHtH and hunting , redumption of
rightu of uiago , forest history , forest sift-
il U,8 , civil Jaw , ami civil mi'l criminal ;
aw Buit-i and constitutional rights , and
construction of rinds
Givonnp by Doctors.
"la it poaaiblo that Mr. Godfrey is
up and nt work , and cured by BO aim-
pie u rmno'ly ? "
' f ai < niT > von it ia true that ho is
ontiirly c i i iuul with nothing but
flop HIM 'I * ; ; t ' ' .only ten days ago
hia d ic'Dre invo liiin up and said ho
must , die ! "
"WflU ia > ! That 1s remarkable !
will go thiu day and got some fur
my poor Qeorao-I know hop uro A
good/1 [ Salem Post.
AflHRCIAL LIMBS.
Somotblnff
NEW
you
in
OMAHA ,
at
Dr. Craw-
ordof rieta-
laid , 0. , the
old. populir ,
and Allltul
in&nufactuier
I
Artificial
Limbs. T
Ho/
the latest Improved plan , [ has opened a fell
maslunlcil surgery Institute at ivtt Boutu
lith street , Omaha , where he Ispropandi o
furnlth limbs of every description , skeletons U
and nupporteriforparallzal anddcformcd Iliubx ,
trusses , and thouluer bracts and supporters lor
enialo ueaknots. &o , 1h Doctor nashad23
years experience lu wearing and adlus'lnz ,
J , H. OKAWFOHIJ ,
109 South Hth Bt Omalia. Ken.
COUNSELOR - AT - LAW lu "
J. H. MoOULLOOH ,
noom f , Crelgbtou Block , Fifteenth Street.
10-Jui
THE KENDALL
PLAITING ACHIE I
"
U pIMts Iro.n 1-10 ot A n Inch to
ttlilth In the ccarcott felts or flnott * l k
It ilopt all kinds aiut style * of | laltlng H u < ,
No la < ly that tlooa her own drctm-tnaKtni ! tan
Sonl to do without ono M nlco pU'tln ? Is
nncroutol fashion , Ifscrn It pell ] ILi-il. For
, Circulars or Atfcnt's terras > 1 lrc s
CONGAH it 00. ,
113VilnmnHt. . Chlciu'ci III.
YPHJLIS
n any itajo
Cfttarrli ,
EOZEMA ,
Old Sores ,
Pimples ,
BOILS ,
or any
Skin ]
" "
Diseas" .
3urea When Hot Springs
MAVUIN , ARK. , May S. ISSt
Wo hixvo ciio * In onr own town who ihcil nt
lot SprliiKR , > n < l weretlnMly turod with 8. H. S ,
& lUt.t T ,
IP YOU doubt.como to oo ua and \V'K WILL
CUHK YOUll Oil charyo nothing 11 Writs tot
wrtlculara nnd copy of little Uook
a the ll > ir > rtnnikto SnlTorlni'
1OIKI ItloTT-nrd i U pout to n >
chcmlfctuho will llnd , on aimlygla IdO bottloi
S. S. U. , ono tiattlclo of Mercury , lodldo 1'otu-
slum or Any Mineral tnbutnnco.
awirr SPKCIFIO co. rroju.
AtlauU , k
Prlco ol Small slzo , $1.00.
Larco KZO (1.76.
Sold by KKNNARD BUOS. | & CO
lliH T > nlri'l t .iwiwr1
IMPERISHABLE
PERFUME.
Murray & Lanman's
FLORIDA WATER ,
Best for TOILET. BATH
and HANDKERCHIEF.
sraoBHi
jnog-wod-frl _
TO
TM
Arrongodiby Harugarl Maon-
norclior.
ONLY $90 ,
In the Cabin for Bound Trip.
From .Now York to Atnworp
a'jcl 'Koturn ,
KTLen\\as \ New York Juno 10 , 1SR2. 6n
[ the now anil spleiitfid Jl. ll Htcauiar Ilvlgon-
land.
I JSrncturn tlckcta good ono year on any
steamer of the lied Htar Llnu.
iSTRallroad Fnro ft-om Antwerp
gto Paris. Unly $1.50.
Ticket ! , Prospectus and all Informa
KtlonOnlyto be had from M. & . fl DURQ
KHEIM , Oooksollorf , 484 Vine Street , Cln
llnnottl.O.
HTho Cincinnati Hurugarl Maon
norclior.
apl-mto-ov Bit-it
1880. SHORTJ.INE. 1830 ,
JCANSAS CITY ,
3t. JOB & Council Bluffs
II nil CULT
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AMDTHUUAfiT
From Omaha and the West ,
All trains Icavu I ) . It M. Depot , Omaha : Neb ,
0 chanja of can between Omaha and ni.
acd bat one butwcon OMAIIA and
NKW YORK ,
,
Dai ly Passenger Trai na
EAHTEHH AMD Wl iTKt J CITIES with LWB
CQAUQES and IN AUVANCK Of ALL
Ol'HKIl LINKS
Thta entire line ts equipped with 1-nllmi.n't
PaUvco hleeulnff Cam. Faluce Iwy Coriiu tlllll r'
Bi'otv ' Platlorni unu Ocupler , nd the cuieiMl d
Wiwtlnghouso Alr-hiakn.
fjruee tluit your ticket reads VIA nANflAt
OlTf , It. JObEl'U k COUNCIL BLUVITSIUII
load , rU St. Joseph and Bt. Louts.
Tickets lor sale at til coupon stations Iq | bs
West J. V. BAKNAUD ,
O. DAWE3 , Don. Supt. , Bt. Joseph , Ho
C j j. FSM. and Ticket Att. , St Joeepb , Ho. r.
J1k , " " AKDT Bokosn , Ticket Agoni , J3
" 1020 rarnham street.
W. J.DAVKKl'OUT , Otoaial Agent.
OUAIU.HK
_
Dexter L. Thomas.
ATTORNEY - LAW
_ Room 8 , Oreltfhton Mlock ' _
Bter-
Co.of whkh I wai a
uiemoei. hovlntr been dlstnlvcd , and the buil-
nem of the Chicago olllcu of that flrm ( tlch was
citabU > hol aii.i iuaii'i.'cd by me ) being In my
hands to complete , I w.ll onllnuo tlio bunlums
the bamo utllces and with iho name force of
clerks. Vho patronage f t all soldiers Is aollqltcd.
Address all cominuHlc tlonii ,
LOUIS K. aiLLSON ,
1'entlon Attorney ,
97 & B9 MctropollUM Block , Clilcsyo , III.
TT10U BALK One of the best farms in lo )
' las county , one mile from clly limits , t
dress W , 0 AIN8WOUT1I , Oiualia.
W-lt.
> AUK CHANCE FOll FAUMKltU.-The party
J.V to whom the American Qrludlnir Mill.
Ho0 , with corn and cob cnuhlng attachment
to the recent distribution of premiums to
subscribers to Til i IlKK , not being a farmer , will
dltposa of ald mill on turn terms at will make
Or great Inducement to farmer * .
AddrCM.M. F H. ,
1 * . O. Ilex 018 ,
sprZB-tf Council liluft , Ia.
I will be present at uiy office In frelghton
block oo the first Haturdayof each month to"i.
ainlne tucii api > llconU as way doulro to teach
the public schools la Douglai county. Quar
terly examination fl t Saturday In Vobrunry ,
ilay , August and November.
J. J I'OISTS ,
County Sopt. obltc lustiuctlon
adSdMimwtf
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELP.
HOTHLS. TOWJff
ARLINGTON. J. Q , MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Nob.
8AI7ATOOA HOTEL , J , 6. STELLINIU3 , Mllford , Nob.
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromtburg Na
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair. Neb.
COMMERCIAL MOTE. , J , 0. MEAD , NellRh , Neb.
OKAND CENTRAL E.SEYMOUR , N br ka City , Neb
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Wnter.N *
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. OAARPER , Hardy , Nab.
GREENWOOD HOUSB , W. MAYFIELD , Oreonwood , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. OlnrlndA , Iowa
ENO'8 HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B HACKNEY , Aihland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HIM EL. FRANK LOVELL Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. CmUUD , Quids Rocd'Neb
GUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Croilon , In ,
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKIN3 & BRO , , Red Oak , U.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO.OALPH , Extra , In.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M.REYNOLDS , Atlnntlc , In ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Noola , la ,
CITY HOTEL , Dl 0. WILLIAMS Harlan , la.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQS , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JL. AVEOY , Stanton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J. W. BOULWARE , Durllneton Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanchard , U.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shennndoah , la ,
OOMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb.
DAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8.BAGNELL , ColtcRO Spring * , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUDKINSHOUOE , FRANK WILKINSON ; Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Qrove , la
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COMMERCIAL HOUSE , D , F. STEARNS , Odobolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Otceola , Neb.
DOUflLAB HOUSE , J , B. DUNHAM , Olarkt , Neb.
DtDFORD HOUSE J. T. QBEEN. Bedford la
ARLINGTON HOUSE , 0. M , BLACK & SON , Marjtvllle Ma
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
AND
Mining and Milling Company.
\Vorklng \ Capital . . . . . . - - not ,000.
Capital Biock , . . . . . 91,000,000
Par Value ot Sharoa , - . . . [ . . - - $25000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MININQ DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , Prealdont , Cuuiuilns , Wyoming.
WM. E. TILTON , VlcoProsldont , Curaralnu , Wyoming
B. N. nAIUVOOD , Bocrotary , Cummlni , Wyoming.
A. 0. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , \7youilng ,
Dr. J. I. ThonmB , Louis Miller W. S. llrnmcl. A. O. Dunn.
E.N. Ilarwood. Francis Leavens. ( Ico. H. Faloa. Lewis Zolman.
Br. J. C. Watkln * .
ao2Jmo5m OEO. W. KI2NDAI.Ii , Authorltod ARcnt lor Silo of Stock ; Bo- " <
For a qimrlur ul u cuitiiry 01 moro llortctUir u
Stomach I'ltterd has been the rclL-nlaf f iwclllo
lor IndlL'Ostlondy > | > cpaik | , fever and KUO , loag ot
physicalitaiulna liver complaint and otlur dlsor
dcrs.'and ban been moat emphatically liulorsod by
nodical men ns a health and strength rettor.
atlre. It counteracts a tondniicy to premature
decay , and uuntaiiiB and comforU the aged and
luflnn.
For ialo by all druggliti and dealers generally
. . al to inl
tr tfor being the oiosllllrect. qulckaul , sn
safe t line connecting the irreat u tiOiolli. Clll
CAQO , and the KIHTHKN , NQBTU-KABTSRH , 1 > I
aid BouTH-rUsTiiu Lisas , which terminate ( here
With KANHiM ClTT , LlAVIHWOBTII , ATOIIISf
Couioii , mvrrs and OIIAUI , the
CtmnrJi from which radiate
LINE Of RSAD.
ihat imiioirates the Continent horn the MUsooi
Klver to the Podflo Blope. The
CHICAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA
CIFIC RAILWAY
Is the only line from Chicago owning track In
Kansas , or which , by Its own road , reathos tb
potnU tbovQ named. No TRtxirua ir CABIUOI
No MIBHINO roaniiOTlOHsl No huddling In III
ventilated or unclean cars , as every passengerl
carried In roomy , clean and ventilated cotciN
upon Fast Kzpreas Trains
DAT CAM of unrivaled mafrnlfl cones , PouMil
PAUOI Huirma CAUB. and our own world-famous
Diana OASJI , upon wlilch meals are iorved of un
surpassed excomnce , at the low rate of Sivurt
Fin Ourra AWI , with ample time for heallbfa
enjoyment ,
llirougb Can betweea Chicago , PoorU , IIU
waukee and Mlauurl lUver Points ; and clote coo
Decttoni at all points of Intersection with other
roads.
Wo ticket ( do not forget this ) directly to every
place of Importance In Kansas. Nebraska , Bbvk
Illllf , Wyoming , Utah , Idaho , Nevada , CalllordJ ,
Oregon , Waahlngton Territory , Colorado , ArUona
and New Mexico.
Asll beral arraogementa regaidlog baggagt u
sny other ling , and rates of farv always est oir as
competitors , wlio furnish but a tithe o the com' '
Uogi and tackle of sportsmen free.
TlokeU , maps ) and folder * at all prlnclpa
office * la the United States and Canada.
U. H. CAULK , K. BT. JOHN ,
VlcePres't&aea. Q en. TktK.
Manager , Chicago Calcano.
DB , , P. SOHMBHR ,
Physician and Surgebn
CHUONIO DISEASES , IIIIEUMATI8M , Etc. ,
Medicines furnlshe. at office ,
Offlce Ho. lsl Farnham .between 14th and
UtU OB
FOB
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE.
DETBQIT.NIA&ARA PALLS ,
NEWYORKBOSTONf
And all Poluti East and 8outh-E st.
TllKLINKCOMPniSKS
Nearly 1,000 nillfs. Solid Hmooth Steel Track *
All connections are inailo In UNION DtPOTB.
It his a National Hepntatlon ? bolnx the
Oreat Through Oar Line , and U universally
conceded to bo the FINEST EQUIPPED Kail-
read In the world for all clasiri of travel.
Try It and you will and traveling a luxury
Instead of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via ibis Celebrated Line for
Mle at all nlHcoa lu the West.
All Information about Hates of Faro , r leaning
Car AcDcinuiodatlons , Tlmo Tables , ic. , will Ira
cheerfully Klvi'ii by appylnlii ] { to
T. J. POTTER ,
2d Vlco-l'ro 't & Ocn. ManagerChicago.
PEF1CIVAL LOWELL ,
Qen. Passenger Agt. Chlcayo ,
W. J. DAVKNI'OUT ,
( Ion Agent , Council Dlufls.
H. 1' . DUKLL , Ticket Ar.t..oaiahA )
morn-dl ly
Sioux Git ? & Pacific
THE ) SIOUX OITY RODTB
Runs a Solid Train Through from
Council Bluffs to Bt. Paul
Without Changs Time , Only 17 Houra
it u
_
JLOO MILES THE BHOUTEST BOUT *
OOUNOID BLUFFS
TO BT. PAUL , HINNEAPOUB
DULUTII OR BISUAUOK
and all point * Ia Northern Iowa. Minnesota and
Dakota. This line Is equipped with the Improved
Westlnghous * Automatic Air-brake and Mills
Platform Coupler and Buffer ; and for
HPKKD , SAFETY AND COMFORT
Is unsurpassed. Pullman Palace Bleeping Cat
run tbroughWITIIOUT 01IANOK between Kan'
IMS City and Bt. Paul , via Council Bluffs and
Qloux City ,
Trains leave Union Pacific Transfer at Couii-
ell Bluffi. at 7:36 p. m. dally on arrival of Kansas )
CitySt. . Joseph and Council Bluffs train from
the South. Arriving at Blouz City 11:86 : p. m. ,
and at the New Union Depot at St. Payl at ISM
noou ,
rKN UOUB3 IN ADVANCE OF ANTiOTflEH
„ " BOOTB.
sWKemember la taking the Btonz City RouU
you get a Through Train. The Shortest Un ,
the Quickest Time and a Comfortable Ride In th
Thjouah l'rs between
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND BT. PAUL
ys * that your Tickets read via the "Sioux
Oily and Paclllo Uatlrood '
/ , B. WATW.K8 , J , H. BUCHANAN
Superintendent den'll'aus. Agent.
P. K. HOB1NSON , Ass't Oen'l Pass. Ag1 ! . ,
Utaoourl Volley , Iowa
W , E. DAVIS. Southwestern Agcut.
Couucl Dlufla Iowa
W. S. GIBBS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
Room No4 , Croljjliton Block , 15th
t > tr ot ,
OJkTAHA , NEBRASKA.
Orrici HovBBilO to 12 A v atoGp.u
le i > bone connected wltb" Csu'iral OUioa

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