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010 Farnhnm , bet. Oth nnd 10th Streets.
TERMS or sunscniiTioN.
necoriy 1 y irln kHv ncoix ( > stjxilJ ) . $10.00
B nonthi " " . . . j.o >
month " " . . . 3.00
Omaha lV"fnccr No. I , S:50a. : m , Ac-
. cammodntlon No. t , 1:00 p. m.
AntieOniKhit Vtwtngtr No. .1,6:20 : p.m.
Acccmmolfttlon No. 3 , 10:60 : . m. .
CX , II. ti O. 7 : < o a. m. 3:40 : p. m.
C. k N. w. , 7MO a. ra. 3:40 : p. m.
C. , K. I. & 1' . , 7:40 : a. in. 3 : to 11. m.
K. C. , St. J , & 0. 3. , IMVCS Rt S a. ru. ntid G:30 :
p. in. ArrlrcHatSt. Louis at 0:30 : n. m. and 6:62 :
p. m.
( m.V. , St. L. i P. , leaves at 8 R. m. anil 3:40 : \ \
m. AlllM. at St. Louis ntOMO a. m. and 7:30
B. & M , In Neb. , Through Kxiircm , 8tO : . m.
11. & M. Lincoln Kxirc | i 0:20 : p. ra.
U I' . Omlaml Uxprow , 11:16 : p. m.
0. & R. V. for Lincoln , 11:15 : . tn.
O. A H. V. lor Osceoln , 0:40 : a. m.
U. P. frelcht No. 6 , C:30 : a. rn.
U. I1 , freight No. 9 , 8:20 : a. m.
U. 1' . Irclcht No. 13 , 2 : 0 p. in.
U , I' , freight No. 7 , 6:10 : ) i. in. emigrant.
. . ! r. Denver evince , 7:35 : p. m.
U. P. fri-lent Nn 11 , ll'SO p. ra.
O , I * . Denver ( relent , 8:25 : p. in.
0. n. & ( ; t > :00 : > . in. 7:15 : p m.
I .ft N. W , , B:4S : a. m. 7:26 p. m.
C. It. I. A r.,9:4f. : a. ra. 0:05 : p. tn.
K. C. , St. Joe & 0 11. , 7:40 : a. m.-6:4t : p.m
O. ft R. V. from Lincoln 1. 03 p.m.
U. V , l > nclllc Knprcw 3 5 p. in.
D fc M. In Ncli. , Tluoiwh Express 4:15 p m.
II. t M. Lincoln Kxpreic * 0:40 : m.
D. P. Denver express , 7:3A n. m.
D. P. KrelKht No. 14-2:60 : p. in.
U. P. No. 0 6:50 : a. in. Kmlgrant.
I U. P. freight No. 14 , 18:16 p. ra.
U. P. tfo. 8 0:00 : p. m.
U. P.-No. ie 1:46 : a. m.
U. P. Denver freight , 1:10 : a. m.
O. & K. V. mixed , ar. 4:45 : p. m.
COO.ttlL BLVm.
Leave Omaha at 3:00 : , 9:00 : , 10:00 : and 11:00
m. : l 2:00 : , 3 0 , 4KX > and 6 X1 p. m.
Leave Council DluDs at 8:25 , 0:26 : , 10:2S and
138 a. m. ; 1:26 : , 2:26 : , 8:26 : , 4:26 and K25 p. m.
Bandars The dummy loarcx Omaha at 9:00
and 11K a. m. ; 2XO , 4S and 6:00 p. m. Leaves
Council Bluffs at : ! 6 and 11 6 a. m. ; SU , 4:26
Bad 6.-S6 p. m.
Through and local passenger trains between
Omaha and Couni U Bluflii. Leave Omaha 6:16 : ,
75 , 8:50 : n-m. ; 3:40 : , 6:45 : , 60 p. m. Amro
Omaha 7:40 : , 11:36 : , 11:46 : a. m. ; 6:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:16 : ,
7 : 0 p. m.
Opening ant Closing of M lli.
a , m. p. m. a. m. p. m.
Chicago ft K.W . 11.00 9:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
ChlcaRO , R I. & Pftciflc.llKW K 6:80 : 2:40 :
Chicago B.S Q. . . . . .11M 90 6:80 8:40 :
Wabaah ; . . . . . . . . . 12:80 6:80 1:40 :
Slonx City anifridnc. . 9:00 6:80 2:40 :
TJnlon Pacific 4 0 11:40
Omaha&R. V 4:00 : 11:40
B.MlnNob 4M 8:10
Omaha ft Sioux City. . . . 6KX ) 7:30
B. A M.Lincoln 10:30 : 6:00 :
D. P. Lincoln , Sunday. . . 1:30 : 11:00 :
U. P. Denver Exu BKX ) 6:30 :
O. , Slonx City & St. V. . .11:00 : wo
Local malls for State ol Iowa leave iot once a
day , vti : 6:30 : a. m.
Offlco open SunOaj- , from tel .
Business BireetorY.
" Abstract and Real titata.
t" JOHN L. McCAOUE , opposite Post Office.
" BAKTLETT 817 South ISth Street.
* /f
Architect * .
Boom 14. Crcighton Block.
A. T. LABQK Jr. , Boom 2. Ciclzhton Block.
Boots and Shoe * .
Fine Boots and Shoes. A rood assortment of
borne work on hand , corner 12th and Homey.
TBOS. KBICKSON , 8. B. cor. 16th and Douglas.
MS 10th itieet , manufacturoi to ordei good work
at ( air prices. Repairing done.
Bed Springs.
J1. F. LARBIHER Manufacturer. 1G17 Dowlas st
Books , New * and Stationery.
J. L FRUEHACF 1016 Farnham Street.
Butter and Eggs.
McSHANEft BCI1KOEDEH , the oldest B. and E.
keose in Nebraska established 1876 Omaha.
oathwert corner ICthond Dodge.
Best Board for the Money.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Meats it all Hours.
Board by the Day , Week or Month.
Good Terms for Cash.
Fnrnlahnl Rooms Supplied.
Carriages end Road Wagon * .
WM 8NYDER , Uth and Harney Street * .
uewo or * .
JOHN BATJMER 1SU Fkrnham Street.
H. BKRTHOLD , lUffS and Metal.
Lumber , Lime and Cement.
FOSTER & OH AY corner 6th and Douglas Sts.
Lamps and Ulassware.
J. BONNER 1809 Douglas St. Good Variety.
Merchant Tailors.
One of outmost rcpular Merchant Tailors Is re
ceiving the latest diawia for Spring and Summer
Goods for gentleroen's ' wear. StyUkli , durable ,
and prices low as ever 21f > 13th bet. Dousr. itFam.
1IEB. C. A. RINQER , AVhoIesale and Retail , Fan
cy Oood3 In great variety , Zephyrs , Canl UoarilM ,
Hosiery , Gloves , Comets , &c. Cheapest House In
the West. FurchaBure save SO per cent. OrJcr
brllall. 115 FlftoenUi Street.
JOHN WEAIINE& SONS , cor. 14th & Jackson et
Mourand Feed ,
OMAHA CITY MILLS , 8th and Farnh m Bbi. ,
Welahans Bron. , protirlttors.
Z. BTEVEN8 , Slst between Cumlnj ; an.l liar
T. A. McanANE , Corn. J3d and Curntoy Streets.
Hardwaie , Iron and Uteet.
OLAN & LANGWOKTHY , Wholesale , 110 ant1
113 16th street
A. HOLMES corner l h anil California.
Harness , Saddles , &c.
P. WK1BT 80 IHth 8t bet Farn. & Itarney.
- > J * i ; Hotels
. ANF1ELD HOUSE , Ova. Confleld,9th & Farnham
DORAN HOUSE , P. II. Cary , 18 Farnham St.
SLAVEN'a 1IOTKL. F. Slaven , 10th St.
Southern Hotel Uus. Ilaincl Bth & Lcavenwortb
Clothing Bought.
C JHAW will pay hlfchixt Cub price for second
hand dothtnr. Corner 10th and Farnham.
Drugs , Points and Oils.
Fkarmaclsts , Finn 'ana Goods , Cor. 16tb and
[ lonili * Httcets
W. J. WHITEHOU ? ! : , Wioleeale & Ketall , 16th st.
a FIELD , 022 North Side Cumlng Street.
PARB , Drugi st. lOtn and Howard Streets.
tH. PAUL , Wlluami * Block Cor. lEth & Dolje.
Dry Goods Notions , Etc.
JOHN H. F. IE111IANN & CO. ,
HtwYork Dry Goods 6 to re , 1310 and 1812 Fam >
him street
tC. inewold also boots and shoe * TthiPadflc.
A F. GB SS , New and Btoond Hand Furniture
nd Steve , 1114 Douzl" . Highest cuh price
aid for seoiod band noooa.
DONNEB 1809 DoufJa it. . Floe oed , 4c
f Fencsj Works.
OUST , FRIES & CO. , 1218 Harney St , , Imprare-
ed Ice Boxes , ton and Wood Fences , Office
Bailing * , CounUn of Ploe and WalauLH
Cigars and Tobacco.
fTEST A FRITSOIRRmanufKttirtnef ) Clgtn ,
ind WholfRvlp DnUcnl n Tobaooo * . 1S05 DouglM.
V. r. UMIRNZKN mwiufocturer 141B Farnham
A. DonMhn ; , rl\nt , cut flowers , di , ooqoetl
etc. N. W. cor , iflth anj Douglas streets.
OUII Enftlneers and Surveyors.
ANDREW R03KWATKR , Crclghton Hlock ,
Pomi Survey * , Grade Mid Sewerage Sjttent
Uommlnlon Merchants.
JOHN 0. W1L L19.1114 Dol0 ( Street.
D H. UF.UIKR. For details see Urxo advertise
ment In IHllv and Weekly ,
Cornice Works.
Western Cornko Works , Manufacturers Iron
Joniice , Tin , Iron and Slate Rootling , Orders
from any locality promptly executed In the licst
manner. Factory and Oftlco 1213 Harney St.
C , Sl'ECIlT , I'roiirlctor.
vanltAil Iron Cornices , Window Capo , etc. ,
manufacturnl and put tip In any ( wrt of the
country. T. 81NHULD 410 Thirteenth street
Crockery ,
J. BONXKR 1309 IXmelM street. Ootxl line.
Clothing and Kurnlihlng Goods.
OKO. II. 1'CTKRSON. Atw Hats , Caps , Roots ,
Shore. Notions and Cutlery , E04 H. IQtli ttrect.
Retrlgerators , Canfleld's Patent.
C. F. OOOD.MAN lllh St , bet Farn. A Hirnev.
Bhow Case Manufactory. )
O. J. W1LDK ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kinds of Show
Cased , Upright Canes. & ' . , 1317 Cass St.
FRAJJK L. OERIIARD , proprietor Omaha
Bhow Capo manufactory , SIS SoitUi 10th street ,
U.'t cen Leavenworth and itarcy. AH poods
Pawnbrokers ,
ROBKKFELD. 10th fit. . h ( > t. F\r. ft liar
Gloves ana Tinware.
Dealer In 8to\ea and Tinware , and Manufacturer
of Tin Roofs and all klndi of Uulldlug ; Work ,
Odd Fellows' Ulock.
J. BONNER. ISOODouutasSt. Good and Cheap.
J. EVANS , Wholesale and Retail Seed Drills and
Cultivators , Odd Fellows Hull.
" Physicians and Surgeons.
W. B. QIBDS , M. D. , Rsom No 4 , Crolghton
Block , Uth Street
P. S. LEISKNHINO , M. D. Uagonlo Block.
C. L. HART , M. D. , Kyo and Ear , opp. poatofflco
Oculist and Aurlst , S. W Uth and Farnham Bt
Grand Central Gallery.
212 Sixteenth Street.
Dear atasonlc Hall. First-class Work and Prompt
ness iruaranteeii
Plumbing , Oas and Steam Fitting.
P. W.TARPYACO. . 2101 hSt , bet. Farnham
and Douglas. Work promptly attended to.
D. FITZPATRICK. 1409 Douglas Street.
Painting an aper anglng.
HKNRY A : KOSTKRS. 141 Oed e Street.
Shew mores ,
Phillip Lang. 1820 Farnham st. bet 18th ft 14th.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS A LEAR , 1410 Doiurlas St. New and
Second Hand Furniture , House Furnishing Goods ,
ftc. . bought and sold on narrow margins.
In the new brick block on Douglas Street , has
Just opened a most elegant Bccl Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
cvcr > ' day.
' Caledonia "J FALCONER 07016th Street.
CHAS. RIEWE , lOlit Farnham bet. 10th & 1114 ,
BO Cent Stores.
P. C. BACKUS. 1205 Farnham St. , Fancy Ooodi
Proprietor ,
' 1213 Harney Street ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
Cornices ,
Dormer Windows , Finials ,
Spechf s Patent Metalic Sky
Patent Adjustable Ratchet Bar and
I am the general State Agent for the abon
ine of foods.
Crestlngs , Balustrades , Verandat.jOfTlcej and
Bank nailing * , Window and Cellar
Guards ; also
Peerson and Hill Patent Intlde Blind.
It plulU and prunBes perfectly one yard pe
r-It plalU fro.n l.ltSof an Inch tel 1-4 Inches 1
* Id th In the foameat felU or HneHt xllkf.
_ lt doen all kinds and ttj lc of plaiting In use ,
No lady that does her own ilrcHK-maltlni ; fa
a ord to do without ono as nicu plaltlnx// !
nfveriout of fashion , If Been it sells iUtlf. Fo
Machines , Circulars or AKent'u terms addrcsn
113danm St. , Chicacn , 111 ,
OKO. W. KENDALL , Alfent Omaha.
Corner 10th and Howard
Streets ,
Rates , Two Dollars Per Day
Special attention tfitn to collection ) In Bull
ThrUlng InoldonU in Infantile Ex-
One Jay recently the passengers in
ear bourn ! out from St. Ixniis on the
ihio niul Mississippi UnitrondhcL'niito
o annoyed by the cries of a Imliy.
'ho ' men were secretly , And the wow-
n woiuluredrhy the baby'n mother
idn't stop its mouth. IHit it soon
oc.-vnio evident thai the baby tvns
lone. The tiny creature , no biggcr
inn a bandbox , wriggled oil' its scat
nd felt , in the midst of nn cnr-split-
ll , to the Hour. Tliou the
earcst woman rusliod over to pick the
ifanl up , and in less tlinu than it
akcs to toll it all the psscnuors got to
now of the sonsntional mattor.
"No indeed it isn't '
, , my youni ;
nol" indiunaiitly oxclauncd the maid-
n who first nin to its assistance. "It
in't mine , " repeated several other la
ics to the inquiry of the conductor ,
ut an old maid in it corner sent bit
10 handle of her umbrella half oil' in
ilencc. From that moment until thu
rain stopped nt Holny station the 01-
itemcnt w t in keeping with the nov-
Jty of Uio occurmnce. Some thought
mt the infant's mother had deserted
Others were of the opinion that
lie hiul been loft behind through ac-
idont. As the train pulled into He-
iy , Dcpotmnatcr Whitney , who was
ecu widely llourishintf a telegram ,
liouted : "Ain't there : v lost baby on
hero train ? " A doxon heads were
ut a doenwindows and a doy.cn
oices cried "yea.1 The baby was
aniled to Mr. Whitney , and the train
iassed on. Meanwhile at the Union
, oot | ) in St. Louis a disconsolate
iiother was \ralking up and down the
ilatform. Her agony waa almost nn-
jearable. When stio was handed a
ispatch from Relay concliod in the
loquont words : "Kid safe , " she
wept for joy. From her explanation
i , appears th.it before the train start-
dshu had "just run across the street
o got a bottle of milk. "
A resident of Battle Creek , Mich. ,
was called to bin front door by a vig-
rout jerk of the boll. What ho law
in the doorstep was a clothes basket ,
and it did not take long to discover
hat the basket , contained a baby.
\s that household already had a full
wsortmoiit of treasures of that kind ,
ho citixon was angry as well as shock-
oil. Iio lost no time in sending the
Mflket , with the contents , to the po
ice station. As thu colored man who
lad been hired to carry the baby to
he station entered the door ho euw a
woman frantically endeavoring
o give an ofliccr a piece ot iuforma-
ioii. Glancing at the basket , how.
ever , the woman uttered a scream and
lugged the infant until it in turn became -
came demonstrative. The fondlini ;
md found its mother , whose strange
ixplanation that a discharged and an
ry servant girl had kidnapped it
vhilo the family were at breakfast
irovod to be true.
Abilene , Kan. , a mother lett
ier infant strapped in o chair in the
kitchen. A wind-storm came
ip suddenly. From a dead calm a
; ale arose in twenty seconds. At the
irst warning the mother hurried to
ook after her child , expecting to find
; ho cherub quietly drinking the con
; ents of its thumb. To her amaze
ment and oxtrcmo horror t she saw
jaby and basket , pota , pans nnd buckets
ots flying promiscuously along with the
ornado. The wind subsides almost as
quickly as it had risen , and ' the moth
er had the satisfaction of seeing the
lasket drop right- side up in a pile ol
"my , about ono hundred and thirty
: eet beyond the yard fence. She was
much moro gratified to BCD that the
jaby had sustained no serious injury.
[ ts appetite was good immediately af-
; er the rescue.
A man drove up at a terrific pace to
the railroad station at Farwoll , Mich.
and inquired for his wife. She hue
eloped with a neighbor and was about
lo take a train for the east. "Thank
goodness , I'm in time ! " the husbaiu
cried in great excitement. The wife
shrank cowering into a seat and the
bystanders expected a tragedy ,
"Hero's your baby , " ho continued
producing a woo bit of a girl ; ' 'reckoi
you forgot her in your hurry. Now
you can get oil'as you like. " Leaving ,
the baby with the runaway pair , h
drove away with his placidity entire
ly recovered.
Kauhaol Durbin , a farmer , was
driving with his wife and baby near
Howard , 0. Coming to Little ilello
woy creek Mr. Duroin found Urn
stream very much swollen. Ho whip
pcd his homes into the wator. Abon
midway the stream the horses wore
swept from their feet and wagon wa
over-turned. In the excitement o
the momomt the baby was forgotten
A lew minutes afterward it was fount
alive nnd well on the wagon neiil aav
oral hundred yards down stream.
School * of Vice-
St. l.oiiindlobo DoTMO'Tit.
A few years ago there was a law in
existence known as tliuBociul-evil law
It was short-lived. The highly mora
sense of the community was shockoi
at its presence among our municipa
statuteH , as they regarded it as legal
ixing an odious form of social crime
Well , lut that pass. How much bet
tor wo have been since , with tha
species oi moral leprosy spreading it
deadly contagion into districts tha
are still regarded as respectable rcsi
donco neighborhoods , others beside
the police can testify. The pur
ists of the community accomplishei
their object by arousing public senti
ment agaiimt the meamiro and it bin
to give way. Thu circumstance i
merely recalled now to show whn
power lies in the pressure of publ !
Bontiincnt when the respectable class
cs rise in their might and insist upo
a concession to decency. An oppor
tunity now presents itself for tli
name portion of the community U
unite in demanding the suppression o
certain hotbeds ot corruption that ar
flourishing luxuriantly under liconn
from the municipality. The recon
epidemic of murder has called fort
trom the press of thin city n dcmam
to enforce the law against carryin
concealed weapons , and the author
tie * haye announced their dotennina
tiori to comply with that demand ant
have vigorously commenced to prose
cute those found guilty of the lair
infraction , 80 far so good. But th
anger to the community underlies
ii.i. Them are in low quartet * of
ity certftin schools of vice where the
orst elements congregate and where
10 minds of youths and men are do
wsed by the most prolligato and im-
lornl to.ichiuRs ; where ribaldry and
lockery of decency arc rampunt , and
rhero the most blood-curdling ropro-
ontations pander to the lowest and
ilest appetites of human nature. It
needless to name the low theatres
the schools of vice referred to.
ituated in the heart of the worst dis-
ids of our city , they are frequented
y young and old hoodlums of every
radc. A glance nl the crowds loiter-
ig round these places at the hour of
Boning will satisfy the most inquisi *
vo as to the quality of the nudleneo.
Ihildron of tender years , too , are
lore seen gathered on adjacent corn-
rsj eagerly drinking in the ( taring
ghts , the braying brass band , the
ustlo of the scene , mingled with
muds of profanity unutterable. Once
eheld , such a aceno will strike to the
cart of the most callous. And yet
lose places uro licensed. Money
rom these branches of pandemonium
ot'3 to swell the municipal revenue ,
nd they exist by virtue of the 5m-
lied consent of the purists \ylio could
vo nothing but pollution in the so-
ial-ovil law. No censorship is oxer-
ised over them. The blood-curdling
rama , the vicious songs , the false ,
Htrnicious sentiment , the ahanicful in-
ccencies seen and heard there , breed
pestilence of sin in the community ,
nil yet not a Toico is raised against
liom. Hero is a field for respectable
ooplu to coiiiu to the front and insist
liat decsnuy of thu community shall
ot any lunger bo so openly outraged ,
'ho social evil Haunts itself openly in
ur midst ; rulliauism revels in our
lioroughfarcs and endangers the lives
f decent people , and tliu ears of re-
[ > cctablu people are polluted by Ian-
uago used in public which they can-
ot avoid hearing , and their eyes of-
ended by sights which thrust thorn-
elves forward at every Htrcot cornor.
tame to the front , la'dtus and gentle-
ion who assorted your power BO BUG-
essfully on the former occasion , and
ry what thu pressure of public spnti-
nent can do in the way of terminal-
ng the legal existence of the schools
> f vice where hoodlums most do con-
rcgate , and whore their worst in-
tincts are fosteredand thugsthieves ,
ut-tbroats oisdjoriminals of all degrees
riot in a conge nial atmosphere. The
imo is propitious. It is about time
o inaugurate a campaign against the
awlossuoss which runs not hero-
bouts , and a bettor beginning could
lot bo made than against those sinks
f iniquity , the low theatres.
"Buchupnllm. "
Now , fuick. | complete cure in four dnyc ,
rinary uffcctioiix , mimvtiiifr , frequent or
Illicult urination , kidney diHonsen. $1.
. v Detxit ot U. 1Qooilmnn'H. . (5 ( ]
Atout Sympathy ,
brother ( Juiilner , In Detroit Free Prci' .
"Am dis a symathy kontry , or am
TO a race of inconsistent ? " asked the
ild man as he slowly unfolded his logs
ind stood erect. "As soon as a mur
derer am sentenced to bo hung , n
iheer of do public begin to weep an'
e miuflle an' wipe dor eyes an' peti-
iliun for his pardon , entirely forgit-
tin1 do widder on" chill'en of victim.
iVJiat do you call dat ? Grant had two
cams , a big salary an * a good show ,
an' while 10,000 orfann in Americn
wanted bread , 'public sympathy'
raised a quarter of a million of dollars
"or a man already rollin' in wealth ,
while 20,000 private sojers ,
nnimcd nnd wounded for
ifo , have to fight the hull kentry fein
n paltry penshun. What do you call
dat ? A good husband an' a kind
'athor are killed every hour in the
lay in dis kentry , an' n- man would
lave a hard day's work to collect a
[ und of two dollars to help bury him.
tf Vnnderbilt or fiould war to b (
smashed up to-morrow somebody't
suggest a testimonial of a milyon of
dollars. If twenty honest but poor
men smashed up next day it would bo
nip and tuck to raise a fund largo'nuf
to pay fur do cuflins. Wo am at fusi
liorritiod at a murder , an' den turn
ironn' an' weep obor do murderer.
Wo sen' men to prison to pun
ish 'em , an' do judge an' jury
turn aroun' an' sign a poti
shun fur pardon Wo make laws ono
day , an' seek * o upset 'em do nex'
Do man who commits a great crime to
day am spoken of ns a frion' ' to-mor
rcr. After sloopfn' on it ono nigh
we call him a lunatic and fin * excuse ;
fur him. Public sympathy has abel
isbodthe gallus , an' yet it will suflbi
women and children to starve an
freeze to death. Men rob our banks
an' ' am pursued , not to bo punished
but to bo given a commission on doir
ntcalins. 1'ublie sympathy , im J seu
it , am a sort of jar tilled with butter
milk , bones , hash , buttons , scrap iron
boor slops an' wilted bouquets. '
don't want any ob it. Tf I break d
law I want dp penalty enforced. If ' .
meet with misfortune I want to berry
instead of bog. If I die 1 want no
eulogies on my varchuos or criticism
on my fuiliiis. "
A Baptist Minister's Experience
1 nin a I'uptiHt inhibitor , mid before "
even tlimiulil of helm ; a clergyman ,
gruduatvd in incdicliiv , but left a liicrutiv
practice for my prone-lit profession , 1
yuan ngn. 1 wai for inuny yearn a mil
ferer from iiilii | y ; Thiunan Kelectrlc Ol
cured mo. J WIIH aim ) troubled wit !
IioariiencxK , end Thomas' Ucloctric Oil al
uvivH relieved inc. [ y wlfu and ublh
hail diplitlieiia , nnd Tlionmn' ivclectrio Ol
cured them , mid If taken In time will cur
Hoven tlmuH out of tea. I am con
liilent it In a euro fur tliu IIIOH
obitlnate cold or cou < { li , nnd If an
mm will taku a small tcaMt | < m und Imlf 111
it with the Oil , and then place tlm end o
thu H 0011 In ono nostril un I draw the Ol
out of the Hiioon into thi ) lieud by Hiilltiiij.
an hard un they can , until the nil falU eve
intu tlm throat , iiml prnctlcu that twlco I
week , 1 don't earn bow oireimlvu their lieai
may bu , it will clean it out und cure thel
catuarfi , l 'nr duafnt'Hii and carucho It ha
dcjue wnndcrH to my certain knowledge. I
In tha ouly mi'dlcmo dubhc'l llku paten
medicine Uiat I have ever felt like recon
mending , and I nin very anxloux to rco I
in every p'ncc , for J tell yon that I wonh
not Ijo without it in my liouno fur any
c > iinIdFrnllon , I am now nuirerin will
u pain like rhcimiatlHiii' in my right limb
nnd nothing relievcx inu like Thomas' K
lectrioOII. JW. K. CRANK ,
i-lw Corry , ] ' .
Geo. P. Bern is
ISth and Dodge BU. , Omaha , Hsb ,
TWs Kency does ITUCTLT a brokerage buslncai.
Dooi nt speculate and therefor.any boryalni
' are Inraicd to F out , Instead
omoImportfuitMntonicmt * of Wo
Known Pnoplo Wholly
In onlrr that the public m y hilly rckllro ( ho
trnulnrni * * vt tlio utMrmrnt * , , * 1 cll rn the
Mwrrniul.ilun ol the uttldo ol which they
praV , we jmMljli hr with the f o. lmllo 'KII ' .
in-aol iwtlcs wlio o tlncrritv l lxonil iiiej-
Ion , The Truth M tliMo ttntliiionliu * l alino-
ulo , nor can thu facts they nnnounc * bo IK-
orwl ,
OMAHA , NIB. , Mar 31 , 1SS1.
. II , ViMiMiRACo , :
I > MR SIR : I have frequently u ol Warner's
ilo Kldnoj niul Mm Cviro for locul nfffctloim
iltrmlAiit u | oti nemo rlicumntlo tAck ( > , nml
II\\PAAS | itcrluil hfiii'lH tluTclroni. I lm\c
o iwd the Safe Ncrtitio nlth ntltf clory re-
MK I wsliler tlifo medicine * worthy ot
Deputy Treasurer.
OMAIM..NKH , May 24 , 1581.
. " . WARMR & Co. , Koclieiter , N. Y. :
OK\IM- : | lia\e u * tl jour S.ifo Kidney nml
l < rr Cure thliK | > rlnK < x < n her Imlcontcr , niul
fliiil | i the lict rrmeily I eur ttlixl. lime
nl4 bottlen'd It liiw inmli < tiw fiel Mter
1.111 1 > \ or 1 illil lictoro In the
V. 1' , II. Shoi * .
OMUIA , Xmi , May 21,1SS1 ,
HIHR ; Kor more tlmti 15 y-nni I huxc lUlTcrnl
uicli In omnilciH'ti from eoml > liie < l KMnry ami
UT illanuea , MH | liiuo been un Mi < to otk
lyutln y ore in l olclnti\Ti-ct- \ ( < l I tried n
rent mixiiy niisllelnrii nml ilortori , but I Rte
CMC nml unncilny by ilny lun'loM I liiul
iilitlit's llsen e , niul I wished iiUM-ll ilentl III
oiikl not hnM'upetHly relief , I took ynur Safe
iilney anil Urn euro , hniAIng nothingel o
ine\er known tovurutlm iliiwiuie , i l 1 IIMM
otlieeniliitt | > | ioliit < d. Th" mullclni'tini nmsl
IP , mill I mil perfep ly well to ilAVi enllri'ly
iroi | { h jour Snlu Kldnrv anil I.txcrCuro I
l h ) on nil xurc M In pumlshliiK Ihli
iiuMy throuxli I hi' uorUI.
U. P. U. It. Shops.
ThouNUiiln nl r < | iially lroiir ( endorwrnontt
manyoftlicin In r * < where hop a aban
onixl bavu been voluntarily given , nhowlni ; the
riunikableixinrr of Warner's Bain Kidney and
IUT C\in > , In nil d ptvium ot the klilneju. ll\er
r urinary otRann. If any one who readi this
a. any pliy- nil troulile rcruombor the
nger ot Jvlar.
Uivtter of Application ot bchrotcr
licclit lor Licjuor License.
Notlco In hereby nl en Hut f chroter & Hit hi
Id , upon Uio Htii day of IHwtuber , A. I ) . , 1881 ,
llu his application to the Mayor and City Conn-
11 of Omnhn , far llecnm lo no I Malt , hplrltuous
nd Vinous Liquors , at No. 'Jll South rlltutiitli
trrvt , Third ward , Onmha , Ncl > . , from tha Ut
Iny of January , Itte'J , to the 10th ilay ot April ,
If thorn bo no objection , remonntnnco.or pro-
et 111ltliln two weeks from 14th of l > cm-
IT , A US ] , Uio Bald ilecumi will ho k'raiitol.
TIIK TMI HKK Dcwrimper will pnlilluli the
lie o iiotlce for two weeks at the rxJKSimo cf thu
Cl'llnuil' ' llui City of Oiailm IK not to bu
Imivcd thcrvKlth. J. J , I , , 0. JBWK1T ,
) L'lcrk.
ilattcr of Aiiilic.itioii | nf Kdwnrd Doid
rich for Luor ! | ] .iceiino.
Notice is hereby clvon that Kdwaul Deldrlcli
Id , iixiii | the 13th .l.iy of December , A. D. , 1881 ,
ilu III * application to thu Mil or and City Coun-
II of Omaha , for llccnau t. ) n'll MUt , Hilr.luoUH |
Hiul VlnouH Llqu m , at Nn. 2006 Ciimlni ; street ,
: l\tli wnnl , Onuilm , Nth. , from thu lit , ilayof
jiuiary , ) MS2 , to thu 10th ilay of April , IShi.
If there Iio no objection , rcmonnian'U ' or precut
cut Illed within twu wrakn from 1.1th of Dix-cm *
ier , A. ( > . , 1BSI , tinKilil Hi-en * ; will bu Krnnt..i ! .
luwAiui Dimmicil ,
TIIK DAILV llm ticwBrapvr will publish the
adavu nntleofortu'o weekHut the expcnsu of thu
ap llcant. Tlio City of ( limhu It not to ho
hawed therewith. J. J. L. 0. JBWKTT ,
ilecl6-12t City Clerk.
ilutttr nf Application nf Christian An
ilrerton for Liquor LlceiiKO ,
Not'cu In hereby civrn that Chrhtlnn Andre
sen did , upon tlie 14th day of Dvocinber , A. ! > . ,
881 , tile hU rpp Iratlon to the Mayor und City
Council of ftinahn , for llcvnto to lell .Mult , Bilr- |
tuouii niul Vlnon * LI < | Uoi > , at No , 'Jti'.t , I'lltet'iith
-trcut , Third xianl , Oninlia , Neb. , from the 1st
day of January , Jbi'J. to the 10th day of April
t > 2.
If thcro h no objection , rcmon trtm-o or pra-
tebt Died within two weeks from I4th of IMun
< er , A. 11.11881 , the mlit license will be Krantvd ,
U. A > Diir.HON ,
Tim DAILV HKK ncwrpapcr will pinillnh thi
abo\o notice for two wceka at the expense of thi
applicant. 'Hie City of Omaha In not to In
charyed therewith. .1. J. L..C. JBWKTT ,
decir.2t City Clerk.
.Mutter of Application of llictiitnlVild <
for Liquor Liccnuc.
Notice UhcrpliVRlvon Uiat Itlchard Wlldoilld
ii ] > ori Ihu 10th day of December , A. D. . 1SH1. lilt
bit application to tliu M vor and ( 'Itv Council
of Onuho , for llcvn looell Malt , KplrltuoUH ant !
VlnoiM I.liiin | n , at No. 1124 Furriham Struct ,
TlilrdV rJ , Omah > , Neb. , from lh : 1st day ol
January , 188'2 , to thu 10th day of Apr.l , 1 2 <
IfUnrobuno r.bjcetlon , romoiKtranro orrm
text tllixl within two weeka from Dcrember lOlh
A. P , IbSl , thu said liceiiiuwill bu j-r nti'J.
TIIK DAli.r HIK newBiapcr Kill publUh th
above notice for t o rekn lit thu cx enioot tin
apnllcjnt. Tliu City of Omalia In not to bn
cliarjjoii therewith. J. J. It U. JKW 'IT ,
Decl4'12C. CityCUrk.
Mntter of Apiillc-'itiun of Kcliriner I
I'li'iliimnn for Liijuor Llcunto.
Nnticu is licruliy nivon tluit Sclirinur J
Kriliiinuniliil , npini tliu llitli ilay of Dueein
lior , A. DMlKHIJilutheirnuiilIcntiim to tli
Mayor nml City C'nuucil of Omnlm , fn
to nell 'Mall , Hnlrltuoumind Vinou
H ul HOiithoiuU cornvr lltli ! uni
tctH. Kotirthward , Oinnhn , Xeli.
from tliu l l ilay of .Innuary , IKi'J , to tl |
10thday of April , 188 .
If tlicro Iio no objection , romoiiHlranc
or protent filed within two wedcx fioin lu
ceiuber Kith , A. 1) . , ItiSl , tlm mild lict'iiH
will be urnnto'.1 ,
SuiiliiNiit& : KHDUANN , AppllcnntM.
TIIK OMAII.V DAILY UKK iiuwnpaiicr wi
pillilixli thu nliovfl notice unco vaclivu
for two weelcH nt tlia txpeiiMO of the iippll
c.-intH , 'J'tiu City of Onmlm in not to ) >
charged thcrcwitli.
"f. ,1. IC1. . JEWKTT , City Clerk.
Mntter of Aiplicatlnn | of Frederick Lnug
for Liquor LiccriBe ,
Xolliii Inheruliy Riven tint KruderleV Luni :
did , ill KIM thu 11th ilayof Dcenuber. A. I * . , Isil
fllu Ills apiillcatlon tothuMay < r anil City C'oui
ell of Oniuha , ( or llcvniu to nil Malt , Hplrltnoii
itul Vinous M'pioiH ' , at No. OO'J , toriier Thh
Uoiith anil Jiu.kHon xtrcttn , Siiund wurd ,
Omaha , Neb. , from thu lit ilay of January ,
tolhu pDthduyol April , 1BW.
If thcra ho no olijoctlon , rfinoiiHtincu or pie
teat Illcd within two Hcoku from 14th ul Dtccn
biT , A. 1) . , 1831 , thd nail ! limisu will ha
TIIK DAILY HKK ncwjpapir will l puiillili tl
ulioie notlni for two weeks at the oxpcimt ! ol tli
apiilleant. Thu City of Omaha In not to I
tlmr-ed theruwith. J , J. L. C. JI'.U'hlT ,
decin-llt < ! lt > Clirl.
JIatUr nl Application ot J1' . Mnm fi
Llijunr LIcoiiHO ,
Notice ! > hereby lven that V. M UHI dlit iix >
the lfth day of December , A , J > , 18 jl , Mo lib a |
iilicntlon lo the iUvor ind City Council of Unia.
1m , lor llciijibo to neil M U , Kplrltuou * and Vln
unt Liquors , at IVtli , bttwtun WeliHttr and Cali
fornia btrtcl , till Ward , Omaha , Ni I ) , finin Uio
1st day of January , lKH2lo thu 10th Jay of April ,
1B82. .
If thora bu no objection , remonstrance or pro
test Illod within two weoka from Decvinber IMh ,
A. 0. Ib81. the laid license will bo granted ,
Applicant ,
TIIK DAILY HIK Newiiuper will I publlih the
ahovo notlcu for tHOWftkn ul iiliu vxpcmiu of thu
applicant. The City of Mmahaiinot to ba chart ; *
ed therewith. J. J , L. 0 , JKWETT ,
CltY Clerk.
Mills County , Town , C. , B. & Q. II. H.
M. ChiiBu Exchange ] ! u
I , . IV. Tubhs Or inMil
D. L. Mcftlurtry , M. D. . . Physician and Suraoou
D. C. Able Funututo
Whlpplu A , Crutr llnrdwaro
Applegiito Grocoru'R niul Holidny Goods
J. Grilh'th Mont Market
J. T. Grist : Blacksmith
.1. T. Irolnnd Elo\-ntor
A. L. Sheldon Uotol
A. C. Vnn Auadalu Qcnoml Morohaudiso
J. U. M ooro w Drills mid Organs
W. S.IGoodoll General Morchandiao
Mills County , lovvn , 0. , U. .t Q. R. R.
I. 1J. Groy & Co Gonernl Merchandise
D. it. W. HcFntlnnd Dry Goods mid Groceries
Dr. E. . Stricklor ' . Dru st
Purcell Furniture
P. Bosbysholl & Co Merchants and Hankers
Josbysholl t Mnson Grain Dealers
O. T IVCB Ivua House
I. E. Perry . ' Brick Yard
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Best Line of Toilet Setts ana Odor Gases in tne City , Also some
very nice Card , Letter and Oigar Oases , and a full line of Ladies"
and Gents' Pocket Books.
Corner 15th and Farnham Sts.
Chris Kindel
.A. nr-
Uordial llompliments
Complete Collection
Comprising ,
Christmas Souvenirs ,
Curios , l
Cases Toilette , Colognes Superfine ,
Celluloid Goods , Charming Mementoes ,
illosting Trifles , Uomparativ
Flour , Feed , Grain , Baled Hay.
Winter and Spring Wheat Flour , Bye Flour. Grab
Bran , Corn , Oats and Chopped Feed of all Kinds ,
Oor , Eighth and Farnham t aeets , Omaha ,

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