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DAILY JBEE : FRIDAY , MAT 16 , 1882 ,
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Ctmncll BlufU Iowa ,
WHOLESALE F L O U K HOUSE ,
General Agents lor the Celebrated Mllli o' It , T > . Kush & Co. . Ooldcn Knple Hour , L > ronwojth ,
Kansas , find Queen Heo Mills. Sioux Fall * , Dakota.
T cfttcnco , Prallli & Oil t -ndcn. Council Hlufl < , la.
HI. IE. siEijMi uiLNr ,
WHOLESALE AND IIKTA1L
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE A B 8 T R A G i OFFICE.
JT. "VST. * * 55 TCT 3C 2CC. 33 te G O.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - IOWA.
3BE-
IfV 15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Koidj-fitted uppcrg , In calf skin rtnd kip. Oik nnd Hemlock S-OI.n LLATHKK , and al
oods appertaining tothenhoo trido. Oo d sold m cheap M In the Km' ,
"JC'C '
IILLINSET STOEE
FOR STYLISH SPUING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs Ia.
Tint never require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Gooil'a Hair Store , nt pr'ccs never bcfcro touched by
Any other hair dealer. Also a lull line ol switches , etc. , ntf.ro.atly reduced price * . Also gold ,
slUcr nnd colored nets \Va\es made from 1-uilcs'own hair. Do not loll to call before r > urehialn ( {
clacwhere. All goodA warranted aa represented. MKS. J. J C100D ,
29 Main street , Council IluQ > , Iowa.
* ; MASON WISE ,
J.I7ER1 . , FEED & SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in the west.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for sale ,
also aflne lot of mules
just received which
will be closed out
cheap.
SDOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
UKSIOVEU without the
CANGERSS ; o ! blood or USD of
wu. .i _ _ viJ knife. Cures lunjr diseases ,
A vn fvnuvij fits. Scrofula , Liver Coin-
" " o'0 Kneuma-
T II nil II n R S v.lft" ' ' . ' Fever and ' Mcrcur-
I U 111 U II U lalaore , Erysipelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Hold , C-U.vrh , woik , Intlimcd
and granulated Eyes , ' crofulous Uleura and t'e-
male Dim use of all kinds. Also Kidney and
Voncrlal discanc-t. Ilomorrhoidaor I'lles cured
money refunded.
All dlsoaic ] treated upo * the principle of veget
able reform , without the ujc of mercurial pois
ons or the knllu.
Eloctr ) Vapor or M-dlcatbd Baths , furnished
orcwho desire them.
Hcrnh or Rupture radically cured by the life
the Elastic bolt Truss and I'lastcr , which has
superior lu the world.
CONSULTATION FREE
CALL OX OR AUDRES3
Drs , B , Eice anfl F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
LIVERY ,
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council U'ufN , Iowa.
AVIILAKD bMlTU. 1'rop.
W.D.STILLMAN ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician and Surgeon ,
OiMco and residence 016 Willow avenue , Coun
cil muffs , Iowa.
Iowa.W.
W. K. SINTON ,
DENTIST.
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs ,
Extracting and filling a tpechlty. Flrat-ofasa
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ;
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 Pearl Street. Homo , 0 a. in. to
12. , and 2 ) ) . in. , to 5 p , in. Residence , 120
Dancrc-It street. Telephonic connection with
Central ofllco. _
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
_ Hourafroni 10 to 11 a. m. , nmJJ ! to B p.m. _
BAKKEB'S ' LIFE ASSOCIATION ,
DE3 HOI NT3 , Iowa.
Incorporated Julv 1st , 187 , for the mutual
benefit of liank ollkera and thc.r custonurs ,
Boxed on nrlne'plo * of Kijuinr , Ecoxouv AND tin-
CUKITY. A few exporliMiceJ life tnnurancii sollcl-
torsuanted Addresi , II. M , Htevous district
solicitor , Office Ko. ,7 , Kvertt'u bloux , Council
BIuff , lowa. Kebluciico.lCil 1th a > enuo. P 0.
.buzbtifi. _
8. L
IK , C3 IOC X - 33EJ -X1.
Office over swings bink.
I
COUNCIL. . BLUFFS , - Iowa.
REAL ESTATE.
W. 0 , Junes , In connection with his law and
eolltctlon business buya and Bella real estate.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property call
at his office , orcr Buihncll'i book etorc , Pearl
etrewt.
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public.
415Broadway , Council Bluffs
Dee4 , nd morti gei drawn and tcknoltdiej
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Mndo From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nets , Combs , Brushes , Fucu-pow-
dors , Bands , Hair Orna-
incnt'a , &c. , &o.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price a
Guaranteed.
337 W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MS , E , J , HAEDING , M , D , . 1 .
Medical Electrician ,
AND
GYGNECOLOGIST.
1
Graduate of Elt-ctropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'enu.i.
Dice Our , Broadway & Glenn AVB.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. t
1
The treatment of all diseases and p.'lnful dlf-
flcultlca peculiar to fnii'alci a Bpuelilty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE , fcP
t
227 MAIN ST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In the West ; also
a choice tnnd for L'akes and Pies.
llrcad ildhcrcil to all parts of the .Ity.
FRESH FESH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found at B. DANEHY'3 ,
130 Upper Ilroadwm' .
v
JNO.JAYFRAINEY ,
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY , [ PA
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andMEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattamlo
count } ' . Olllcc corner of DraadwAy and Main
aircclf , 0 uncll Illnlfa , Io o
JOHN STEINER , M. D.
( Dcutscher Arzt. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK , ;
Council Blufl'a.
Dlacasca of women and children a epaclalty.
P , J , HONTBOMEEY. M , D ,
a
aa
FllKK DlSI'KNSAUY BVKHY SATUJIDAY.
II
Office In 1'vcrett'a block , Pearl trcet. Keslj
dcnco C23 Fourth etrect. Office hours from 0 to
2a.m.Sto4 _ _ _ _ _ an J 7 to 8 p.jn. , Council Muffs
It
F. G. CLARK ,
PR ACT/GAL DENTIST ,
| a
Pearl street , oppoalte the pojtoOlce. Ono of
'S '
the oldest practitioners In Council Illuffa. fcUtls
bfaction KUirantcod In all coses.
DR. P. F. BELLINGER , IIg IIt
EYE AND EAR SURGEON , ifi t
WITH IU. CHARLES DEETKEN. fi
Office otcrdru : btorc , 411 Broaduay , Council I "
IlhillH , | oua. Al dUiaitid of tliu v > u anil car
Iruitcil under the most approved method , and all
cunu guaranteed.
JOHN LINDT ,
AT'TOBHEY'-AT-LAW
ia
Will practice In 11 lUUi an court * !
Speakt
THE BIGHTS OP WOMEN.
The Viowa of the lifito J O. Holland
From one of Ms mifitlne article ) .
Whoa trotnon tnlk t mo nbout thoi
right to rote , nnd thnir right to prno
tico Inw , nnd their ri lit to cngago i
any business which usage 1ms nssignu
to men , I say , "yes you liavo M
these rights. " I never dispute witl
thorn nt nil. Indeed , you see lion- I
hnvo put myself forward ns n dufond
ant of thcso same rights ; yet I should
bo sorry to BOO them exorcised by th <
woBion 1 ndmiro nnd luvo I ia al
ivoll to any thnttho presence of nrontoi
at the ballot-box would purify it"nnd
restrain the ntannors of the mot
around it ; but I hnro scon nnoUfh o
the world to loiirn that all human in
llnuiicj id reciprocal nnd reactionary
Men and the b.Ulot-box might gain
but women would lose , ami men nnd
Uio ballot-box themselves would lose
in the long run. The ballot-box is
the buss , nnd it should bo man's busi
ness to sin ; ; it , while woman should
# ivo him homo mnlody with wliich
should Imrmonizo.
In the matter of rights , I aupponc
that 1 should not ditt'er inatorially
with any strong minded womatn ; bu
I him1 iilways observed that the mos
truly lovable , humble , pure hearted
God-fearing , und humanity-loving
women of my ncquatntanco , never nay
anything about tlieso rights , nnd scorn
thosu of their sex who do. I hav <
never known : v woman who was notice
otico catislled in her aflbctions nnd
discontented with her woman's lo
and Iier woman's work. There is
a weak place or n wrong place , or n
rotten place in the character or imturo
of every woman who stands und howl
upon the spot where her Creator
placed her , nnd negk-cts her own true
work nnd life while claiming the right
to do the work and hvo the Hfo of
man. I will admit nil the rights that
such a woman claims * all tliut I my
self poBsos ! ) if she will lot mo alone ,
and kuup her distance from mo. She
is ronulsivo to me. She offends mo.
I believe in women. I believe they
nro the sweetest , purest , most unsol-
3ah patt of the 1'utniin ' rttco. 1 have
10 doubt on this subject whatever.
Tiicy do sing the melody in all human
life , as well as the melody in music.
They carry the leading part , at least
in the SOIIBO that they nro a Htop in
advance of us , all lha way in the
journey heavenward I b liovo that
they cannot move very wide'ly out of
the aphero which they now occupy ,
and remain aa good as they now nro ;
and I deny that my belief rests upon
any sentimentality or jealousy , or any
other weak or unnortliy basis. A man
who has experienced a mother's devo
tion , a wife's Bolf-sacrificing love , nnd
a daughter's aflection , and is grateful
for all , may bo weakly sentimental
about some things , but not nbout wo
men. Ho would help every woman
ho loves to the exercise of all the
rights which hold dignity nnd happi-
nos8 for her. Ho would lighL that hho
might have these rights , if necessary ;
but ho would rather have her lese her
voice entirely , than to have her sound
a bass note so long as a demi-aotni-
quaver.
Culture of Flold Beans.
The culture of beans has never re
ceived the attention in this country it
deserves. During the past few years
minor farm crops have been neglected ,
and none of them to a greater extent
than beans. In most countries where
food is generally scarcer , where the
population is very dense , great atten
tion is given to the production of
boans. Such is the case in China ,
Japan and Italy. As beans contain a
very largo proportion of nitrogen ,
they ! furnish a bettor substitute for
moat than any other vegetable pro
duct. Take the seasons and the mar
kets as they coino , there is generally
as much profit in raising beans as any
crop that is produced on the farms. a
ThoDo who raised boano last year
found them very profitable. The
price haa ] ranged from § 3 to § 4 per
bushel since the last crop was gathered.
The homo product was not enough to
supply the country , and largo quanti
ties have been brought from abroad.
Beans are well adaptad to farmers of
email means , us no expensive machines
or implements are required to plant ,
cultivate , harvest , nnd prepare the is
crop for market. As the crop will
mature in from ton to twelve weeks
from the time it is planted , it can bo
raUud to good advantage in parts of
the country where
the seasons are
very short. As the best time to plant
beans in this latitude is from the fir.st
to the middle of June , the ground
can bo prepared and the planting done
after the other field crops hnvo boon
put in. Most of the work of raising "
crop ot ' beans can bo performed by
persons'who cannotperform the harder
kinds of field labor. The crop can bo
kept a long time after it is raised with
out danger of .
injury. If prices are
poor one season , the crop can bo hold
till the next one. Beans of very in
ferior quality , nnd these that have
boon injured by exposure , or other
causes , can bo fed to ahcop to moat
excellent advantage. "
A strong or vary rich soil is not re
quired for field beano. Indeed , very
good crops urn often obtained on noils
lmt nro not aufliciently rich to pro
duce a paying yield of any other farm
product , Beans ofter. do well on land
that contain so much sand tlat | any
crop but rye proves a failure. It ia
not best to put rank , fresh nianuro on
field that is to bo planted in benna ,
it tends to make u large growth of
vines und foliage. If any B table ma
nure is employed ns a fertilizer , it ,
should bo old und well rotted. It >
should also bo well pulverized , and
thoroughly incorporated with the soil.
is a good plan to apply manure to a
field intended for beans in the fall ,
before the crop is planted. If onu
wishes to avoid much work in raising
crop of field beans he should soloot
land that contains few woods , or the
aoedi that will produce them , An
old pasture is an excellent place to
doroto to this crop. It is best , for
many reasons not to prepare the "
ground for beans till about the time
the : seed is to bo planted. From two
to thrco pocks of seed are aufliciont
for an aero if the bcana are planted in
hills or drills. Persons who have had
largo oxperiunco with the crop advise "
planting the aood immediately after a
heavy-rain , as the moisture will cause
the beans to swell , and the sunny
woathur that generally follows u heavy
rain will cause the plants to corao up
in a short timo. If beans are planted a
on clayey land before a rain the soil a
likely to become incrusted over
them , and they will bo a long time in
corning up , and eomo of the tonde
stalks will bo broken while attempt
Ing to break the ground. The row
of beans should bo very stuipht , g
that the cultivator can bo run close t
the stnlks without
injuring any o
thorn. The rows should bo from twi
toUonnd n half feet apart. Th
dropping nnd covorinct may bo dotn
by hand or by the use of n i-eod drill
a or grain drill may bo used by closin
threo-foiirths of the pipes.
If a Ilold is quito smooth the seed
can bo put in with A drill t > most ox
collcnt ndvantngo. To raise nuniforir.
crop it is necessary to have nil portions
of the field of the same decree of fer
tility , and to contain no depressions
where water can stand. If some part ;
of the field nro much richer thav
others , n p < irt of the vines will makoa
much larger growth nnd boloncor ma
turing , The size of Iho bo.uu wil
also vary considerably , ami it is ad
vantageous to have thorn all nearly of
the eamo aizo , lioans of uniform size
and color soil the best in any market.
Unless the land is quilo wcady , a largo
amount of cultivation will not bo re
quired. The plants will sunn bo up ,
und if tlio weather is favorable they
will in n fo\v \ weeks shade ( ho ground
to such nn oxtontthnt weeds will mnko
n slow growth. It is very advantageous -
ous to work the first time by hand.
So mo of the small plants may hnvo
pieces of stones or hard earth over
them , nnd thcso must bo removed no
they will grow. Sometimes it is nee-
cssnty to do n little thinning , nnd it is
adyisnblo to transplant in a few cases.
It is best to work the soil immediately
around the plants with a hand boo.
The remainder of the labor of working
may bo done with n common cultiva
tor. Bonn vines should never bo dis
turbed while they uro wet with dower
rain. If they are disturbed in any
manner nt these times they are almost
certiin to bo troubled with rust , which
will affect the beans thenlselvoa PS well
mi the foliage of the plants. Beans
should always bo cultivated when the
soil nnd plants are quite dry. If any
plants become rusty , so that the pods
nro injured , it is best to reject them
at harvest time or to feed them to
sheep or cattlo. The snnio course
should bo pursued in relation to plants
that have become injured with mud
The best variety to raise for the
market is the small nary bo.ui. It ia
not as nutritious us the large vrhito
marrow or almost any variety of colored -
orod bcana , and is not ns economical
or ns desir.iblo for domestic uso. The
market calls for the navy beau , however -
over , and it is the safest way to raise
whnt the market demands. The
average crop of navy beans is nbout
twelve bushels to the acre , but twenty
bushels uro not unfrequontly produced.
The harvesting should be clone during
a dry time and whoii.tho majority of
the beann have become fully ripened.
Maturity ia shown by the pods turn
ing yellow. Some pull the plants by
the time the pods are half turned and
state that they get the best results.
The vines should bo pulled and left
on the ground to wilt and partially
cure. They should then bo put in
small stacks to become thoroughly
dry. Throe ntnkcs sharpened at ono
or both ends nro wnntod for making
the supports of a stack. It is best to
use an iron bar to aid in setting them.
They should bo not in the form of a
triangle and about eighteen inches
apart at the bottom , and spreading
outward toward the top. Withoc ,
ropes , or soiuo other support should
bo placed within two feet of the bottom
tom for the vines to rest on. The
roots should point toward the center
of the atack , and the form uhould be
like that of a well-made hay stack.
By taking pains in forming the top it
will shed rain very well. Beans should
should not bo threshed till they bo-
ODino very dry. They are throjhed to
beat advantage in dry , cold weather ,
nnd the best place for the operation ia
tight barn floor. The beans can bo
tramped out byhorsou or beaten out
by the UBO of a hand flail. The pre
vent splitting the beans there should
bo a conaidcrablo amount of vi.ios on to
the floor , They uro readily cleaned
by pouring them against the wind , the
barn doors being left open ,
Found nt
What every one should huve , nnd never
bo without , in THOMAS' KCUJCTWO Oik. It
thorough anil safe In its ullectx , pro Is
ducing the most wondrous cures of rheu-
matibin , neuralgia , burna , bruisoH ,
wounds of every kind.
HOMEWARD BOUND.
Sooopondyko Uooa Out xor a Ball.
llrooklyu Kale. |
"Well , well , well ! " exclaimed Mr.
Spoopendyko , as ho danced into the
room and clasped his wife in his arms ;
"homo again , old girl ! " and ho kissed
the baby and slummed his hat against
the wall , while his wife jigged around
him , with smiles on her lipo , tears in (
her eyes and her nose ull wrinkles.
"Did you have a good boat ride1
shn asked at length , straightening out
her lace and rubbing his whiskora.
"Don't exactly know what you
moan by n 'boat ride , " retorted Air.
Spoodendyko , aluring nt his wifo.
"P'rhnpa you imagine I ( straddled
tliut bout und utuck spurs into it , The
boat I was on goes by suiln , and not '
legs. Iliad n good sail , if that'a what
you mean. See , I haven't got over
the roll und pitch yet , " and Mr.
Spoopondyko lurched across the room J
with hia limbs very wide apart , bring
ing up before hia wife with a jov'i ,
and giving hia pantaloons n hitch.
"I'/a done you over oo much good , "
said Mrs. Hpoopondyke , "butaroyou
always going to walk' like thut ? '
"What if I do ? " demanded Mr
Spo-.pendyko , Mraightpning up his ecu
legs. "Don't you like thut walk ?
Anything in thut walk obnoxious to
your Donsu of propriety ? Does that
walk in any way grate on your finer
footings ? Some day when' I'm ' not
busy I'll fit you up with a big mus
tache and a ocent of oirlotiH und ad ly
vertise you RB u dancing school 1 Then (
you can show ino how to got around
cheap. " "
"Did you have a ple ant trip ,
"dear 7" began Mra. Spoopendyko. on
"Cruisol not trip , cruiao ! Vou on
take cruiaca in boats , not trips , Do
you know whnt a cruiae ia ? " are
"Isn't it something to hold oil in ? " to
inquired Mra. Spoopondyko , timidly.
"The Bible tella about the widow "
"That'a it , exactly , " returned Mr.
Spoopondyko , with preternatural
solemnity. "I didn't know it until I
got home and consulted its profundity.
You hit it first clip. If you only had
chimney on , crooked and sputtered
little , what a student lamp you'd
make ! I tell ye I made a oruiso in a
boat , dod gaat it ! " roared Mr. Spoop
ondyko , clipping off the handle as In
realized the outrage to his feolinga b ;
his wife's Ignorance. "And thori
wasn't ' any oil or any mensly widow
in it ! I sailed , I did ! " and Mr.
Spoopondyko lurched around the room
again and brought up all standing.
1 1 should thought you'd luvo boon
afraid'"murmurod ' Mrs. Spoopondyko
gazing upon him admiringly. " 1
wouldn't go out in ono of these boats
for the world. "
"Of course you wouldn't , " crinnod
Mr. Spoopondyko , somewhat mollifiei
by the tribute to bis courage. "Mud
you'd know about taking in shoots nnd
lighting the binnacle nnd overhauling
the boom tackle ! "
"Upon my word ! " exclaimed Mrs.
Spoopendyko. her face radiant with
doliglit. "Did you do all that ? " 1
don't know nbout the b.trnnclo or
the broom tackle , but I'm glad you
learned to take in aheota , because yet :
used to kick them oil'ao , you know ,
nnd baby "
"Yah ? " snorted Mr. Spoopondyko ,
'Shcota ' nro ropes , 1 tell yo ! I n'poso
yu think wo hauled in feather beds
nnd white aprenda nnd shamsVell !
wo didn't. You'd hear the captnii
sing out , 'Hard a leo ! haul awny jib
s'leot'i1' and then I'd catch hold nnt1
pull ! "
" 1 should thoughtyou'd been scared
to death ? " said Mra. Spoopondyko ,
her oycs gb'"roninit with love and rev
erence for nor huabafd. "Is that the
name they gave youI / believe I'll
call you llnrdiloo hereafter. It's real
prot "
"Yon just call mo that once , just
once ! " howled Mr. Spooponkyko ,
temporarily forgetting hie sea legs nnd
stalking up to hia wife nt hia natural
unit. "You draw that on mo the first
time nnd and shiver my atovopipo ! "
continued Mr. Spoopondykosuddenly ,
recollecting that ho was nautical , "if
I don't ' make you throw over n fender
or lose your standing rigging ! under
stand me ? " and Mr. Spoopondyko re
garded hin wife intently to note thee
o licet of his threat.
"Certainly , " replied Mrs. Spoopon
dyke. "You mean that you don't
wish mo to call you by tliat horrid
nnmo , or else or if I do , you'll mnko
mo got up in the morning nnd build
the lire. Isn't thut it , nbout the foil-
doi ? "
"That's just it ! " grinned Mr. Spoop-
ondyko. "You made it on the first
tack. All you need now is n canter
board nnd a bar-room lo bo a Cunard
steamer ! If I ever want a sniff of salt
air , nil 1'vo got to do is to talk ship to
you , Now I toll you what you do.
You put your helm up nnd aland nwuy
for the kitchen , d'yo hear ? And just
ns you've taken in canvas and put the
stops on , you start a fire in the galley
got up .1 dinner of lobscouse nnd dull !
I'll scull down there directly , ns soon
as I've bent on n clean shirt nnd n
staysail around my neck. Where's
my atu'ns'ls/ / "
"Didn't you leave 'om on board ? "
fluttered Mrs. Spoopondyko.
"Where nro they ! " roared Mr.
Spoopondyko. "Get mo a pair of
itu'na'fa before I open porla on ye !
CufTa , dod gast it ! Cud's ! Don't you
know that cuffs are stu'ns'Ia ? " nnd
driving rather impaired the ollbct of
Ilia phraseology by the necessary ex
planation , Mr. Spoopondyko accepted
the articles from his wife's trembling
lianda , and scowls at himself in the
glaas.
"Do vpu want anything else ? " she
nsked brightly. "Any other rigging ,
shoots , barnacles , jibs , hard a loca , or
anything before I got the lobsters and
pufla ? "
"Avast ! " ' sputtered Mr. Spoopou-
dyke ; " "You go do what I tell
you. I'll heave to und lash my helm
until you pass the word , and
then I'll bear down. Now you can
go below , you hear ? "
"I'm so glad ho had n good time , "
soliloquized Mrs. Spoopondyko , asnho
cuttled down stairs , "though I'm
aorry bo's going to lash hia helm. I ,
hone he won't hurt hiniRolf much , "
nnd the patient woman laid her course
the kitchen , where she mumbled
over iho son. terms ( o fix them in her
memory , while Mr , Spoopondyko
wrecked the bedroom in search of the
nock'io that was hanging down his
back ,
A Renovating Mumcdy >
to be found in BuunooK BLOOD :
BiTTKitx. As an antidote for sick
hoadaaho , fcmalo weakness , billious-
ness , indigestion , constipation , and
other diseases of a kindred nature , '
tlieao bitters are invaluable. Price ,
Sl.OO n.l3dlw
To Nervous Sutterers :
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Or. J. B , Simpson's Specific
It It a poatlvocuru ; for ttpormatoiroca , flornlna
Wooknoai , Impotaucy , aad all dlseauea rcaulticj
rain Sou-Abuse , aa Mental Anxloty , Low
Memory , Pfilni In the Ilnck or Bide , ami ilUoaao *
' " ttlttt Icud tO
Consumption
Insanity an /
, uarlycrare
1 " ttpoclilc
llclno IB
* lth wonder-
'ul uuccDua ,
_ PHini > lili'i >
i ir o 10 il. WHtu lor tueui kud Ket full par *
'lcii > ra.
I'rlce , ripnclfli ] , ll.WI p r rwckigv , or ull fack.
aircs for tt > .00 , Acdr.'fH all ordero to
1 ! niUSUNMKUlCIKK CO.
NM. 101 nnd JCfi llalu St. Dufflu , H , Y.
HeM in Omaha liy U. K. Qoojiniu , J. Yf , Onll ,
K. lull , and all druifil ; tevnrywliero.
t * , . , -
Ureai English Kwaeuy
Ncrcr falls to cuio
Nervoiin Uolilllty , VI-
ul lUliauntloii , lml - !
' us , Hcmlrial\yeak-
UOOD , and all trio
< tll cllctU of youth
ful ( ollica anil vxcon-
.in , It "tops pcriim
ui'iitly all weakening ,
iivoliiiitnry lost band
Iraluu UIK > II tlio ya-
; cn > , tlic Iiiuvltublo re *
„ , „ . "diilt of these evil prao-
then , wlilcli uro no destructive ) to mind and body
and uiako Mo inUcralile , elicit leading to Ineanl-
and death It strengthen * tlio Nmu , ! ! ralti ,
momorU lllood , Hustles , liluuatlvu arid Kcpro-
duttlvo Or JtiD , It routoroH to nil the organic
functlms tliolr former vigor and vitality , ma-
| IIK Hfo cheerful and enjoyable. 1'rltu , $3a
"ionic , orfour tlmm tl.o iuanllty | 310 , Bent by
cipresj. secure troiu observation , to any oddrvx ,
receipt ol price , No. U. O. I ) , ucnt , cxivpt
receipt of { 1 M a guarantee , Letters r >
qucntliiK anuivcra must Inclose stamp.
Dr. Miutio'B Dandelion Pills
tl > test and cheapest dytpvpula and blllloui
euro I * the market. Bold by all drugging I'rlco
cents.
I > R UINTIK'U KIU.XBT Itxunor , \
Cur en i II hind of Kidney and bladder complaints.
KOuurrliea , ileU and leucorrhea. For ealu 17 all
uauwliU : 91 a bottle. to
ENOL1UI1 MEDICAL INST1TUTK.
718 Olive St. , Ht. Loubi , Mo.
For Ealo In Omaha by B.
0. K. aOOUUAN.
Janij&-lT
.ii'H' trial M proved " BLACii.
ii ilvcr
AND
Mining and -Milling Company.
Working Capital' .
{
- 300,000.
CaplUlB.ock , _ . - . _ $1,000,000
I'M Value of Hliaroa , - - - - [ _ . . . _ " ' 26',000.
STOCK. FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Locutod ill BBAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
OR. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming.
WM. K. T1LTON , Vlco-Proildont , Cummins , Wyoming
K. N. IIAIUVOOU , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming.
A. Q. LUNN , Trcaiurer , Cummins , Wyoniln
B" Vf.-tm-i. E-II IB-IE ? , ,
Dr. J. I. Tliomaa , Louis Miller W. 8. llramol. A. 0. Dunn.
II. N. Ilarwood. Francis Loavong. Quo. II. Falog. Lewis Zolman.
Dr. J. C. Walking.
OKO. W. KRNItATiti. AtithnrlTod Airont for R l nt Block : Tic"m v.
UlWl ) IWib MfllW IWWi
7rct for bolntf tint uinot direct , quickest , an
afukt Uuo connecting the prcat Metropolis. GUI
JAOO , and the KintiiK-N , ! i iaTH-KiiT a.i , Ij I
nd .SOU7II-EMTKU.N LINKS , which tcnulnslclLoro
rlth IfANlllS OirT , LUAVCnwOHTll , AlCI'lKOM
lounriL liivvn and OH.tiu , Inn COMUIUCUI
IUITI&S from which rcdlito
EVERY LINE OF RWAD
htt pcnetrntoj tboContlnunt from the Ulcnonr
Uvi-r to tbn 1'aclflo Slouo. The
3HIOAOO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
OIFIO RAILWAY
o th only line from Chicago owning track In
Canon , or which , by Ita ovtn road , roachoa th
volnU above named. No THINHPXIUI BT OiRxiioi
0 MIHHINU OONNDOTIOMHl No liudllllnff III III
entllatd or unclean earn , ai overr ruuuengcr
orrled In roomy , clean and ventilated coucbei
ipon Fagt KxprcM Tralnn
DAT GARJI of unrlraled magnificence , PotLMin
JJLUC HLicriNa Oias. and ourownworld-fatnout
) mia CARS , uiion which meals are served of nn-
lurpassod excoUonco , nt the loir rate of Bivw-y
'i y Cum lien , with ample time for bealtkfn
mloyment.
Through Cars between Chicago , Feorla ,
vaukco and illiwourl Illver 1'olnti : and close con
luctloni at all points of InteiBoctlon with otbei
oads.
Wo ticket ( do not foruet this ) dlrtctly to ever ;
ilaco of Importance In Kansas. Nebraska , Bla'i
Illls , Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Nevada , Callforc.4 ,
Ircgon , WaahlnRton Territory , Colorado , Arltont
ind Now Moil o.
As'I beral arrangements regarding baggage M
my other line , and rates of faro al yi ml on a *
nnipctltors , who furnish but tithe o tb > coui-
ort.
Dogs and tackle of snortsmnn free.
Tlcketii. maps and fnldaru at all prlnclpa
ifflccs In the United HUtui and Canada.
It. It. OAIJLK , K. BT. JOHN ,
/Ico I'rm't t Ocn. don , Tkt andPasa'r A |
Uunairor. Ghtutro Oalcavo.
SYPHILIS
n any HW D'
Catarrh ,
EOXISftIA ,
3ld Sires ,
BOILS ,
or any
Skin
Diseas .
Oures When Hot Springs Fail
MAVSKK , Ann. , liny 3,18S1
We luvo ciaoi In onr own town who lived at
Hot aprln8 , ' ) ' ! were dually turej with B. 8. H ,
MDIUT.
\lf Vui , iiouui.Lumu to cej tu anil 1 A WiLL ,
UUUE YOUU Ull charge nothlux 11 Write for
particulars and copy of little Uook'UeataK *
the Unfortunate Nufferln"
Io6 < t Knvrard will uu paid to auy
chouilut who will Ond , on analytic 100 bottle
. H. H. , onu particle ol Mercury , Iodide Petal
ilum or any Mineral aubstancu.
BWItT UPKCIFIO CO. Prerx.
AtlanU ,
Price of Small tilt , tl.OO.
Large ilu fl.Ta.
Hold by KENNABD BK08. * 00 .
tnd DrujcxUU Uoncnllr ,
FOK-
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS ,
MILWAUKEE.
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
NEWYORKBOSTON
, ,
And all Poluts East and South-East.
THELINKCOMP1U8K8
Nearly 4,000 miles , Holld Hmooth Steel Track *
All connections nro ma-le In UNION DtPOTS.
It hna a National Hoimtatlon as being tKo
Great Through Oar Line , and Is universally
conceded to be the FINEST EQUIPPED Ilalf-
road In the world for all clastu'g of travel.
Try It and you will Und traveling a luxury
Instead of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via rhls Celebrated Lln for
sal o at all nlllcna In thu West.
All Information about ItaUo of Kare , ELoeplng
Car A-cocmiuoJatloim , Time Tables , tic. , wul be
cheerfully Klvon by appllnln < to
T. J. POTTER ,
Ud Vlco-l'res't & Don. ManaRoyChlcago.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
den. I'atMui vr Aft. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVKNl'OHT ,
Gen Auent , Council UluDs.
II. I' . UOKLL , Ticket A |
moru-ed ly
1880. SHOR7J.IME. ! 880.
KANSAS CITY ,
3Uoe < feCo il Bluffs
n ini ONI.T
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AMD THE KAUT
From Omrvbaand tboXVent.
All trains leave B d M. Depot , Omaha : Neb.
No ctuuKO ot can between Omaha and ai. ixmla.
and bak ana between OMAHA and
NKW YOKU.
DailyPassengerTrains
tUOBWU ALL
KAHTKHN AND WIMTKHN CITIK3 with LK3
OIIAUUE8 and IN ADVANOK of All ,
OTUKR UMX
Thlj entire l\na \ If equipwid with Pullman
Palaca bleeping Can , Palace Day Coachca. Ulllrr'S
gaiety Platioru and Coupler , and the iebr U4
Wentlngbouao Alr-brako.
fciTbee that your ticket rnada VIA nANSAS
Gltf , tT. J06EPII * s COUNCIL ULUF/H IUII
load , vl 8t. Joseph nud bl. Louis.
Ticket * for ule at all coupon stations In | b
Went. J. F. BAUNAnD ,
O. DAWKS , Can. Sui't. , Ot. Joseph , Ho
A Qeu. Pwa. and Ticket Afi , SI. Joseph , Mo.
r&xiir BosiiiiH , Ticket Ageut ,
lififl rarnbam strtet.
W. J.DAVKJirOiir , General Ayiint ,
FAST TIMEi
( n going East take the
CMcago Morthwest-
Trains leare Omaha 8:10 : p. u. nd TiO : a. m.
| full Information call on U. P. DUKV Ticket
Agent , llth and rarnbam BU. J. I1KLL. U , P.
Hallway Depot , or at JAMKS T. oLARK , OenM.
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