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THE \3MAHA .DAILY BEE : FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 9 , . 1887.
DAILY BEE. BLUFFS , WO. 12 , PEARL STREET. -Delivered by cnrrlcr in nriy part of the city m twenty cents per wock. H. W.TILTOH , Manager. TKLEPHONB3I Bun KM so nice. No. 43. KlOHT ElUTOIl No. S3. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Uoltor , tailor. Full goods cheap. Machinn oil , needles , ctnbroidory silks , publications. Domestic agency , 105 Main. Tlio county bonrd yesterday visited Omaha to see tliu attractions of iliu fair. State bank examiner , Lewis Case , was In tliu city yesterday and examined tlio Citi/.inis' State bunk. Ho loft lust night for the cast. Tlio county 'clerk yesterday Issued a marriage license to Fred \V. Thompson , of Sioux City , and Mrs. Kiln L. Drown , of Danbury. Thcru were more tickets sold yesterday morning for Omalm by 0 o'clock at the uptown ticket olllcc than during the entire - tire day previous. The mooting of the city council to night will bo an interesting ouo. The paving bids are to lie considered , as well as other matters of importuned. The hotels have been having a rush tlio past few days. At thn Kiel hotisu 811 persons breakfasted yesterday morning. Bleeping accommodations : iru equally in ( tonund , and cots are used freely. Those who go to Omaha this week can save the necessity of standing In the long line nt the donot by purchasing their tickets corner of Broadway and Pearl BtructH of A. T. Elwcll at the regular up town ticket olllco. The sociable of the Congregational church will bo entertained this Friday f evening , September 0 , at the residence of Mr. C. H Waitc , No. 625 Seventh street. by Mrs. Waitn , Mrs. K. C. Smith , nnd Mrs. Don A. Judd. . It is refreshing to notice the evening papers complaining because tliu street cars go too fast , and that life and limb is thereby endangered. For years the bur den of the twilight song has been that the Strr.ot cars wcro but snails. All firemen and others who nro going to attend the Now York volunteers' parade - rado and reception in Omaha are re quested to meet at the city hall at 8 o'clock this morning to proceed in a body , headed by Dulby's band , to taku the 8:40 : dummy train. Omaha cannot complain of the support Bho has received from Council HI nil's this week. Each train going to Omaha the entire week has been loaded with visitors. At the depot passengers have had to stand in long lines reaching back "rom the ticket ollicc. r Rev. Jr. McCrcary , of the Broadway Methodist church , used the baptistry of the First Baptist church Wednesday evening for immersing three ladies. The Methodists generally bapti/x ) by sprink ling , but when candidates prefer immer sion the rlto is performed in that manner. Margaret J. , daughter of Andrew and Jane McFarland , died at her homo No. 1221J Kigtith street , Wednesday night , of malarial fever. She was aged fifteen oars , and had been ill less tl'iin a week. 5 'ho family have resided hero seven years. The remains will bo taken to West Liberty , la. The district court having taken a rest , to allow the attorneys and others inter- Vested In legal doings , a chunco to go to the fair , will resume its business this morning. The Casey case was submitted to the jury yesterday morning , before ad journment for the day. The Oarboe case will bo tried to-day- The patent car on the Hock Island roiid , which has journals needing no oil , Is now in the shops for some needed alterations. The car has run 13.000 miles without having a drop of oil. The bear ings are rollers GO arranged as to do nway with the friction common to or dinary boxes. While the now car has n wonderful record thus far , and the in vention promises to bo one of the great est in railroading , still there scorn to bo eomo chances for further improvements , and one local inventor is already prepar ing to make the device still more simple and practleal. Money to loan. Cooper & Judson. Lis t your property with Cooper & Ju son , No. 120 Main street. I'orflonnl Paragraphs. A little daughter came yesterday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur W. Cowlos arc made happy by the addition of another son to their home. Postmaster Hough , of Crescent , visited the citv personally yesterday , and then wont across the river to the fair. : II. Friedman loft last night for the cast to purchase his millinery for the coming season , which ho says will be the lincsi ho has over had. Mrs. S. II. Foster was taken suddenly and seriously ill Sunday , and her con dition is deemed very aiat ruing by hoi friends and physician. \ Frank Gardner , of Lexington , la , arrived yesterday , and is visiting J. G Lipton and Mrs. W. C. Pomfrotonr'ourtl avenue , who are cousins of his. Mr 1 Gardner will take in tlio Omaha fair , am t then make a trip to Kansas before IK , returns. [ E. H. Caldwell has concluded to agalt take up his residence in Council Blull's having decided to close the law ollico n Avoca , and continue solely in the in surance business. His family have gone east on a visit , but on their return wil again occupy their homo hero. [ Vis it the now jeweler , C. \ oss , No 411 I Broadway , if you wish anything in hi I lino. Ho has a line assortment of tliu bos goods. 3. W. nnd E. L. Squire lend money. t Qlllot PollCO. I Police court business was again vcr ; I dull yesterday. [ It could bo dull on no more convonlon t occasion than during tliu present wuok | In all probability these who would b I kpt to glvo the police troubio are visitiiij t vrhero the crowd is , in Omaha. I Possibly the police are "in" with Judg I Aylesworth on this occasion and in con I sequence don't make any arrests. I However the case may bo it certain ) ; I satisfies thosu connected with the court- I it gives thorn a good opportunity to vlsl I the Onittha fair , as well as Camp Logan I And they s.ko advantage of it dailj I too. I The only class of people in Cotincl iBluilswho tire seemingly tlissatisllci ! inwardly , if not outwardly , uro the news gatherers. I Bat if it is Omuha'ri week , even the , I have little right to objjct to quiet busi I ness. I Two cases wore all brought before hi I honor yesterday. I J. B. Pollock , an Oakland veteran , ha I the freedom of the city extended to bin I Ho took advantage of It , nnd became B full the police * hardly know I he was dead or alive . Yes liorda ; morning ho cotnplrtinod ( I sickness , when his honor aunt for til city physician and he tutmiuisterod to tli I wants of Pollock. The G. A. H. boys tw the judge and aftnr 11 little judicious tall Pollock was sot free. I William Clark , n colored "vag , " w ilia only other one for trial in jail and 1) ) ikiupcd out of tUe citv. THE OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA The Musicians Refuse to Play Until Differ ent Arrangements are Made , THE WAGON BRIDGE TAX. Iho Mayor Protests Agnlnflt the Levy llelnir Mmlo Quito Yet Tlio Vis- Itliix Volunteer Firemen A Slight Ilunnway. Striking For Higher Mtule. Thcro has been a good deal of complain among amusement-goers because of the poor orchestral music furnished at the opera house. The musical features of any entertainment are so Important a part of an enjoyable evening , that n good enter tainment Is often spoiled for lacked of It , and a poor ono made unbearable , Much of the criticism has been llrcd at the musicians themselves. 1'coulo have not always boon able to decida what ailed the music , although they have agreed quite generally that something ailed It , and ailed it badly. "It's all wrong to find fault with the musicians , " remarked ono of them yesterday , "for they nro not to blame. The fact Is they play their parts , and play them right , nnd that is all you can expect of them. The trouble is there are not enough of them. It is impossible , almost , to furnish good music for the opera hou. o with less than six pieces. You can put in one good violinist , and a good pianist , but the pub lie wouldn't bo satisfied. They'd say right oft" that it was a sort of concert sa loon arrangement , and not what an opera house ought to have , no matter how line musicians you had. There ought to bo a good orchestra , of not less than six pieces , and then you would have some music. It would bo better to have a larger orchestra , but that Is the least number they can get along with , and give any sort of satisfaction. " "You claim , then , that the musicians who play at the opera house are well qualified ? " "I certainly do. Why these very men go right over to Omaha nnd play in the opera house there , and play in the best concerts there. They play with the best orchestras in the city. But you can't got two or three such men and expect them to make the music of a full orchestra. " "Why does not Mr. Dohany get a regu lar orchestra then ? " "You tell. I suppose it is because ho wants to oconomi/.o. It's poor economy to my notion , for with good music ho would draw enough better houses to pay the extra expense. The expense doesn't amount to much. The men could beget got for one-third loss than what the samn men get in Omaha. Hut that's his business. tie can do as ho pleases , of course , but the musicians do not propose to bo put in a fatso light before the community on account of his economy. Wo'vo entered into an agree ment that wo will not play at the oucra house unless there are at least six pieces in the orchestra. You sco if three or four musicians try to furnish the music , the papers and everybody begins to jump right onto us , and they pound us for being such poor musicians' , when the fault is not with u , but because it is im possible for four pieces to give the effect of eight. Yes , we've concluded not to stand it. Wo will not play this season unless there are at least six. I bclicvo every musician has signed the agreement except ono , so that Mr. Dohany can cither go out of town and get a lot of musicians , or else get a violin and piano , or some sort of nn arrangement of that sort. Wo don't care so much who ho gets , or how ho arranges it. but wo will not play un der any such arrangements as have been made the past scnsbns. Wo'vo agreed among ourselves , and as we can got plenty of other places at which to play , wo do not care how he decides. It seems , though , that ho would sco that it would bo to his Interest to get a good orchestra of some sort. But we don't propose to have you newspaper follows pounding away at us , when we don't deserve it. " The Bridge Tax. The announcement in the morning papers that the county board is about to make a levy for the bridge tax has caused no little discussion and not a few words of protest. The objectors are not op posed to the bridge , but in fact are anx- I3us for its speedy completion. They want , however , the board to move slowly and surely. They sav the levy should not bo made before there is more of a showing of actual work on the now bridge. There can none of the money bo drawn out of the county treasury until the bridge Is completed and in actual operation , and it cannot bo drawn even then , unless the bridge is built and in use before the close of 1889. The objectors do not seem to fear that there.will bo any misappropriation of the money , but they see no necessity for the tax being levied immediately. They want to sno the work on the bridge go on first. The tax must bo levied at this meeting of the county board , or at an adjourned session , luit it is urged that the board de fer action for at least thirty days , by which tlmo the bridge enterprise will have so far progressed that all concerned can act more intelligently. The mayor himself is among these who object to the present levying of the tax. The county board will taku no action until the writ ten report of the county attorney is tiled , and in the meantime will listen respect fully to the protesters. They itun With th "Mnshecii. " The Now York veteran volunteer lire- men arrived on a special train over the Chicago & Northwestern road yesterday afternoon. They were met at the transfer by a delegation of the Umaha reception com mittee consisting of W. J. Kennedy , chairman ; JosephTohon , HarryTaggort , Josiah McCormick and Frank Hanlon. A delegation of Council HluH's volun teers also were in attendance to receive the New York vets. When the train pulled in the New York firemen presented the Ululfr dele gation with mmattira nickln lire hats at tached to a piece of red ribbon , which they hung onto buttons of their vests. After the train was Inspected it was taken to Omaha , where the Now Yorkers are to remain all day to day. This even ing the celebrated ( Now York ) Seventh regiment band , composed of sixty pieces gives a concert and at midnight they con tiiuio their journey westward. A number of ladies accompany tin excursion. Since they loft Now York state nothing of note has happened , but betore thai they came to within three feet of a colli- Hion. Watches , clocks , jewelry , etc. , the bos in the city. C. yos-i , jeweler , No. 11 ! UroudwAy. Repairs a specialty. Not That Kind of Hoes. Colonel Orr , one of the best knnwr rcbiilunts of the county , was in the eitj yesterday. Hn reminded the BfiK nm of their lirst meeting hero live yean , ago At that time Mr. Marcy , another old rnsl dent , gave the introduction , stating tersely. "Mr. Orr , this is the UBK man.1 I The colonel mistaking the calling of th < BF.E mnn , proceeded to empty a vial 6f wrath , "Boca , oh ? Well I'vo been hum. bugged nil I over intend to bo. I v spent money on pntont hlvca and now" , kinds of bees , and been swindled until I don't want to talk bees any more. " Ho. went on at n speedy rate , until trlend Marcy got a chance to break In with , " .Colonel , It isn't that kind of bees. This is an Omaha BKE man , a newspaper man. " "Oh , " exclaimed the surprised man , n smllo chasing the frown way , nnd n girlish blush creeping into his cheeks , "Ueg vour pardon. BKB , oh ? Well , that's one of the brightest papers in the land. Here , send it to mo right along , " and ho pulled out several bright silver dollars to pay up in advance. Brnlficrt In a Honawny. William Cochran and L. C. Scars liad nn accident while near Rescue engine house. The wcro in a laundry wagon. The horse bccamo frightened and started on a run. The front wheels became de tached , letting the wagon down nnd the two men were quite severely bruised. A PUKACIIEU THE Pb/UNTlFF. / A Dirty Divorce Case In Which Prom inent People Figure. | | The Gilhngham divorce suit is the cxclt ing theme of talk in many circles outside of Logan , where the trial is in progress before Judiro Lewis. The plaintiff is Rev. H. C. Gilllngam , pastor of the Pres byterian church , of that place , and the wife Is a Council Bluffs young lady. The wedding occurred hero in June , 1880 , and was a great social event. The honeymoon had not passed un til tlio bride returned to her homo in this city. Letters were exchanged - changed bctwon the parties , but no rec onciliation was effected , and now Mr. Gillingham applies for a divorce. In his petition and by his testimony on the stand , ho attacks the reputation of the wife , and tlio charges of lack of chastity are as stoutly denied. The reasons given by the wife for deserting her husband are cruelty and excessive animal propen sities on his part. Some evidence has been taken in the case which is wholly uniit tor publication and the de tails are being discussed by these famil iar with them to n degree which is naus eating. The prominence of the preacher , the social standing of the young lady ho married , and the numerous relationship by marriage and by blood cause the case to attract wide attention. The case will bo taken up again Monday , and two days allowed for bringing it to a finish. Masonic. Star Chapter No. 47 , R. A.M. , will hold a convocation to-nightfwork in the P. and E. M. degree ? . Visiting R. A. M. in vited. A full and prompt attendance re quested. By order of M. E. II. P. Attention , Firemen. All lircmau are hereby notified to meet at city building at 7:30 : o'clock sharp , ns we leave the city building at 8 sharp. Bo prompt. By of committee. V. II. GUANNKM.A , No. 1. J. W. Cooi'Eit. No. 2. F. U. LEVIN , No. 3. SEEING THE WHEELS OO IIOUND. Strock tlrns. Now Snalt Door and flllm ! Factory Starts Up Well. Messrs. Strock Brothers , who have con ducted a sash , door and blind factory in Princeton , 111. , for the past twenty years , have quite recently erected a handsome , two-story , brick building , for the purpose of carrying on their business in Council Bluffs. Messrs. Strock Bros , are heartily welcomed ' comed here , not only for their own'sakcs , but because they will supply a want long felt in this district of the country. Their building , which is 40x07 tcot , cost them over $5,000 , and they will cm- ploy a force of from twenty to thirty workmen. On the ground iloor is a powerful now engine , of sufficient force to drive the entire machinery , which is distributed over the two floors of the factory. The first iloor is occupied by the cutting , turning and dressing department , while thn second Iloor is used for finishing. Messrs. Strock Bros. , will principally llrect their attention to the manufacture of sash , doors and blinds , and the public attention is directed to the fact that the firm intends to give special attention to odd si/.es. The firm is prepared also to execute orders for mouldings , ornamental fenc ing , stairs , scroll sawing , turning , frames , store finishing , inside finishing for houses , ( shelving , counters , planing nnd ripping. Messrs. Strock are also manufacturers of a patent folding bed. One distinguished feature of the estab lishment is the fact that it has the only flooring machine in this part of the coantry. The lirm is about to build a paint shop and drying kiln , both of which structures will soon bo completed. The enterprise cannot but prove a suc cessful ono , under the personal manage ment of men so long experienced in the business , and of such ( irmly established reputation. The lack of such a factory in this locality has frequently in the past caused vexatious delays , because orders have had to be placed nt a distance , Now , with the factory within easy reacli of a largo extent of country , with com plcto machinery , the public can have ite wants supplied more promptly and more satisfactorily. The firm starts of under good auspices , having a large number of orders to till It deserves a success commensurate will the want it is designed to meet , and witli the intelligence and experience of tlu gentlemen who compose it. Messrs trock Bros , are heartily commended t ( the business community of Iowa and No braska. Is It the Missing Link ? New York Tribune : A student of th < Darwinian theory would undoubted ! ] think that the missing link 'had beei found , should ho sco two objects now al the store of Charles Reiclie & Brother animal dealers in Park Row , whc are always on the lookout foi strange creatures , and now have secured cured two animals that are likely to give the naturalists many hours of study before fore it is satisfactorily explained wha they aro. Mr. Reicho is a well-informed naturalist , and he has given up trying t < solyu tiio mystery. The animals ii nro known as He amt Question t , and they arrived in till country in a largo wooden crate threi days ago on the Wicland. Mr. Reich got them in London from a hunter win has spent many years in Southern Africa Ho Is known only as Hunter Wilhoim and has had as many adventures a Allan Ouatormaln himself. About a yea ago \Villicim came across a tribe of nn lives neijr the Zambti/.i river in Soutl Africa , and , although never visited by : white man before , they treated fill : kindly. From them he learned that 10 miles further into the interior there wu a tribe of hairy savazes that frequent ! swooped down upon the nighboring na lives And curried off their women , tore u their crops and stole everything possibl to bo carried away. While thn hunter was in the village woman that had been captured a lo\ \ months before returned with three clii dren that him hud stolen from the tribe The hunter resolved to get them if poss ! bio , and as ho was friendly with the chin : bought them with trinkets that ho ha with him and started Immediately fo England. Mr. Roiche saw him in Lot don and purchased the three "children from him. There were two mules an ono female , but the female , named Shi died before starting for this , eouutrj One would be at a loss what to like.n thei to. Their heads are us well formed an developed as a two-year-old child's , an the lorohctul is not at all receding , bi straight and Intelligent' looking. The eyes are brown , large innd bright , and follow a strangor'ii , Movements with the inquiring look t of a bright baby. 'Jho nose , however , is like an African negro's1 , only much flatter , and the mouth resembles Mr. Crowloy's closely. The body is well formed and the patitlco c.xtrcmoly like thosa of the children in fonlhcrn coun tries that nro fed on bananas. Their hands are human in .shape nnd so nro the feet , except the toes , .which are longer than n child's and more movable. Long red hair of n sparse growth is on the back and limbsbut the frpnt of the body , which is of a tan colon , is perfectly free from it. * Although something like a monkey or an ape in appearance/ the animals have no tails , nnd there Is no suspicion that there might have been ono originally , which might have been amputated. Ho and 1 are extremely affectionate and took quickly to Mrs. Sparrowthe colored nurse who lias been employed to tend them. An effort will bo made to teach them to talk , and Mr. Reiche expects that they will shortly rail Mrs. Sparrow ' mamma. One thousand head of one , two nnd three-year-old steers for sale. Will give credit to reliable parties. Enquire of A. J. Grcenamayor , 023 Mynstor St. , ( .cle an. SPECIAL NOTICES. dpeclal advertisements , such ns Lost , Found io Loan , For Bnle , To Rent , VtantB , Bonrdlnr , etc. , will t > o Inserted In this column nt the low ratoof TEN CENTS I' r.Il LINK for the nrfltlnser- Ion and VIvaCenurcrLlnaroreach subsequent Insertion. Leave Advertisements nt our offlco No. U I'ourl iticct , near Uroatlwnjr , Council Bluffc. WANTS. TXT ANTED rtrst-clnss fimilsliod room or TV rooms and board by Kcntloumn aud wlfo. Address N. Hoc ofllcu. FOK SALE-A I5.500 lionso. No. 421 a Eighth street , corner of Filth monuc. N. P. Dodge ii Co. WANTED A peed trlrl for cook. Apply nt once to Mrs. J. U. McI'Ueison , No. ,281 , rierco street. W ANTL'D A girl for pcnonil housework. Binull lumily , handy kitchen. TO'J8thu > o. WANTED Younir girl who wants to go to school and help do housework to pay for her board. Address H 27 , Ilco olllcc. FUKN1TUKK "AND STOYES-FoTthTrnoIfHO days at greatly reduced prices to ainko room lor full stock. 1'artlus furnishing good references can buy on weekly or monthly pay ments. A. J. Maiulol , tf.M HIIU ! U5 llroadway. FOK SALE A first-class restaurant , best lo cation In city. Hoiitod by Ktonm. Water works , excellent patronage ; range , Ice house , kitchen , everything In llrst-cluss stylo. Wish to sell on account of ill hcnlth. .lalin Allen , Coun cil niulTs. FOIl SALE-Stock of drugs In central Ne braska. Will Invoice about $1UUO. In quire of Ilarlo , Ilass & Co. , Council Hluils , Is. PlOH SALE Oil THADR. For Conncll muffs property 10,000 acres of Iowa and Ne braska land. J. U. lllce , 110 Mam St. Council Bluffs. J LATEST NOVELTIES 1 lii Amber , TortolseShell etc. , Hair On Annments , as well as the newest iiov- hair goods. i Hair poods niadeto order Mr . C. L. Gillette 29 Uaiu St. , Council lilufls , Iowa. Out of towii work solicited , and all mail orders promptly attended to , Finest Landaus Coaches and Hacks in City. WILLIAM WELCH , OFFICES : No. 418 Broadway The Manhattan Telephone No. 33 Na. 615 Main Street , Telephone No , 9 Star Safe Stables and Mule Yards Il/ondway , Council IllutTb , Opp. Dummy Depot 8 ? Horses and mules constantly on hand for sale at retail or in car load lots. Orders promptly filled by contract on short notice. Stock sold on commission Telephone 114. SHLOTKU & BOLRV. Opposite Dummy Depot , Counci Ulufls CROCKERY , LAMPS , GLASSWARE , AND FINE POTTERY. Trices Very Low , W. S. HOMEI & CO. , JVO. 23 JU/JV ST. , COUNCIL BLUFfS , I A : tttt Ttllll ) IS IK UiUt > r Contl. YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER , Owing to tka KUOOI1L KUrmlTT of the rlnth ( hlct our patent * , ! r .leluilvtly ) will nt lerfeetlr nn.1 tlmvwom HaqvlKS no breaking In. lOlfaT RaTUSal by irllnrarUr b.inir worn Undajs If net found Hie mo. FKitrKCT rrrriftu , UEAi.Tiirui. m * rcasrartabU Corset ever worn. Hold by al THE FALL SEASON laving opened , the time for purchasing icavy clothing approaches and every one vishcs to know where to go to get the best uallty for the least money. If vou will INSPECT OUR STOCK jcfore you purchase elsewhere , you will be nablcd to see about what you can pur- hase your selections for. It will not be necessary for you to buy of us , we simply xtend vou an Invitation to call and ex- mine the Finest and 13cst Selected stock of clothing ever In Council Bluffs. We Her for sale a large line of SAWYER CASHMERES , NORTH ADAMS CASHMERE , AND BROADBROOK & LIV INGSTONE'S CASHMERE uits , in sack or frock s yles , In the hair ines , silk mixtures , gray mixtures , brown nixturcs , crimson mixtures , broken plaids and all the new styles. These to be ap- irccintcd must be seen. They are neat , nobby goods. We ha\e a fine line of PRINCE ALBERT Joats and Vests , as well -as four-button Cutaways , in all colors. These goods In ut , fit , finish and 'rimming , are equal to he best tailor made goods and we offer hem for less than half a tailor could make hem for. Youths' and Children's suits A SPECIALTY. We show a fine line of'these goods as well as a full assortment of the cheaper grades or school wear. A full line of knee pants and boy's shirt waists. We have everything imaginable in GENTS'FURNISHINGS , ncluding Hate , Caps , the finest line of Neckwear ever in the city. Silk , Alapaca and Gingham Umbrellas. A full line of White Shirts , besides Percales , Chevio t and Flannels of all colors. We are here to show goods and trust he public will favor us by giving us a call and at least inspect our lines , which we claim equal to anything ever in this city. JOE W. BACHARACH , No. 416 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Next Door to The Manhattan. BSTAULISHED1603 D. H. McDANELD & COMPANY , Hides , Tallow , Pelts , WOOL AMD FURS. Highest SfnrJtet Prices. Promp Jtctnrns. 820 and 8-J2 Main Street , Council Bluffs , Iowa. JOHN V. STONB. JACOB SIMS STONE & SIMS , Attorneys at Law * Practice in the State and Federal Cour t Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block. COUNCIL BLUFFS E. S. BAKNETT , Justice ot the Peace , 415 Broadway , Council Bluffr. Refers to any bank or business house in the city. Collections a specialty. A SURE CURE OR NO PAY. OUR MAGIC REMEDY WnA POSITIVELY CUBE ALL SYPHILITIC DISEASES OF RECENT OR LONQ STANDING IN FKOM Fiva TO TEN DAYS. NO OTHER REMEDY ON EARTH Will In All Cases Cure This Disease. Blnr the history of medicine tnip Snectne for 6 phimio Dl.onin bin l)0fn ) luusht for hut nt\tx > found until the illiauvery of out 'MAGIC Ur.UKOi. dme every revon to hclle tint U is ain - lately unkn > wn to KII > physician. speol llit or chcm- Ut ll'lns. cither In this or the eli orlU It niu discovered li > mire accident thirteen ye r § Kobyi man ot no flntncial mean but u natural rupinlit. who only utcd It In a quiet way n casoi coming to nil notice where lutterar * could net no . . relUf , though thoroughly trying every known re.n. til nhii emnloytnz lie mo < t tlclllfnl phjrilclant in the land , who hid ultlinitely pronounced tne e oa e § "T hEre'medy ' here adcrtUcd ha , been guarded with the utmoit iicrw-y slnio III dlitovcry. until * rear go. toenlhl thfinHt died poor , at fie alwui ha4 original formula purchased of nli , ami the been ' " wla'iw" This In b'Tef ' It the true history of thU raoit WTIKrCOKTKMEnV ? CO. therefore tuvepo.ie , . iMortheonlyV-icdlelnclnthe world that wfll CUM this Dremli'd IMiease In all It' forms They rp Jusilflid In till * statement for the reason that the latest medical ork puMlshcd by the belt- known authorities , lay there Is no true .pcplnc. Wetavnowwe ha > e T u * triomu-oxic THiT UTho'sl "ho'ha"2nployed ; every other known i rem edy without bcnenu should K ) a ui trial. No curt ) no | ay , and nee p ne to patient in any way. We do not sell the Remedy , or lend It out , under an&w"TrV"Jfl'.t e , of this dlse.le at our 1)1.- iry. or at th ottlenfa residence either In nahaor elsewhere In c , ei where the patient is Vhy.lcl n In attend- nro who U Brailimte urievnral colleB § nnd h had ever Mj'V'.r.yW'rn \ ; . \ . ! . Ir WK FAIL TO cunt , TUB ? ? intrrn.c.0Vfud. ! . "enior.d by , . responsible nently cured , a , If bymsglc. In tlyc days This llemedy act ! Immediately upun the Illood. remoi Ing from the system e\ erylMceof - PoKon. Fever Here , Vlc " ' * 5.r"l.l'iVl ! < . SIH. Mouth. ll.lr-KHlllllC. " < , nil nlmrt > li.fiU . curml In iuarveloa Iy ex Noother known llemedy In the world iau do In U months what we Kuar nti to ilo In two weeks All e a.k Is a trial. Do ser rmtaiiT T "T WI ouiNiNTii A cum on J-o PiT. No Specialist oi Thyslclan will do this. Vou know from nut "P" ' tncelf you are one of the afflicted. These Pnrsl elans know they b e no remedy with which they CAN cure all Chronic Cases of Mphllls. nj will , matter of tours' , say It Is imponlUle to eltrct a permanent . of tnem to bring u manent cure. Hut we defy any rase tnat we lll noteure permanently ln sUurjei time than Ii required for the most recent caies will any other known remedy In ih orld. Corn spondrnce and a critical Inveitlgatlan i Ul Ited both as to our Ananclal standing and viraclty. Address COOK BEMEDY CO. , OMAHA. VKUItAHKA. PtiriviAXT , ROOM 17 , lln LMAV UUH.UIKS. BECHTELE'S NEW HOTEL , y Best $2.00 a day house in the west. . 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