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THF j . .AiiAUAILMARCH 20 , 1&82.
TBE DAILY BEE CMAHA PUBLISHING CO. , PROPRIETORS Wd Fnrnham , bet Oth and 10th Btreot * . TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. a copy 1 year , In advance ( postpaid ) > * J10.CO monthi . . . B.OO oonth ' < 'i . . . B.OO TIME TABLE , nil OAID tmoAoo , irr. FICL , xnmnroug i : lotunA RAILBOID. Leave Omaha FawMinirer No. S , 8:30 : a. m. A eommodatlon No. 4,1:0 ( p. m ArrhoOmoha Patvengcr No. 1,6:20 : p. m Aftommodatlon No. 3,10:50 : a. m. liSArma OMAIU mjunr oa jrcurn totnra. C. , B. b 0.7iOa. : m. S:40pro. : & * N. W. , 7:40 : a. m. S:40 : p. m. C. , R. I. & P. , 7:40 : a. m. 8:40 : p. m. K. C. , St. J. 4 0.II. , leaves dtfin.ro. and m. Arrives at St. Louis at 6:30 : a. m. and 5:5 rn. rn.W. , St.L. * r. , leaves t 8 a. m. and 8:40 : p Arrive * a St. Louis at 6:40 : a. m. and 7:3 : wnrt on K. li U. In Neb. , Through Express , 8M : a. m. B. it M. Lincoln Express 6:20 : p. in. U P. Overland ExprcM , 12:16 : p. m , 0 , * R. V , for Lincoln , 11:45 : a. m. O. * R V. for Osccola. 0:40 : a. m , V. r freight No. E , 6:30 : n. m. U. r ' rcipht No. B , 8:20 : a. m. U. 1' . freight No. 18 , 2:60 : p. m. U. P. freight No. 7 , 0:10 : p. m. emigrant . . . P. Denver express , 7:35 p. m. 0 P. frelrhl No 11 , 11SO : p. m. IT , P. D..mc I freight , 8:26 : p. m. AKMT1KU IROII UBT AKD KOOTD. R. S. & W 6:00 : a. m. 7:25 : p m. A N , W , , 3:45 : a. m. 7:25 p. m. C. II. I. ft P.,9 : 6 a. ru. B:06 : p. m. n. C. , 81. Joe AC B. , 7:40 : a. m. 6:45 : p. I TRO\ THE WIST 11TO 0. A II. V. from Lincoln l.OS p. m. 0 , T , Pacific Express 3:25 : p. in. 0 A II. In cli. , Through Exprcu 4:11 : p D. Ji 11. Lincoln Express 9.40 a m. C. P. Denver oiprccn , 7:36 : a. m. U. P. Freight No. 14 2:60 p. m. " . U. P. No. C f:20 a. m. EraiR ant. U. P. freight No. 14,12:15 : p. n. 0. P. No. 8 9:00 : p. m. U. P. Ko. 12 1:46 a. m. 17 , P. Demur freight , 1:10 : a. m. 0. & K. Y. mixed , ar. iJ5 p. in. ctruuT minis nrrw ra ouAni inn oorn i. BLurre. Leave Omaba at 3:09 : , 9KX ) , 10:00 : and 11:00 u. , ; 1:0 : ( , 8:00 : , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p. m. Leave Council Blufts at 8:26 : , 8:26. 10:26 : an Ii6 a , in. ; 1:36 : , 2:25 , 3:26 : , 4:26 : nod 6:26 p. m Bundajs Iho dummy leaves Omaha at 9M and 11:00 : a. m. ; 2:00 , 4:00 : nnd 6:00 : p. m. Lca\rti Ocuncll HluCs at 0:26 : and 11:26 a. in. ; 2:26 : , 41 * and 6:25 : p. in. Through and local passenger trains between Oivnha and Council Bluffs. Leave Omaha 6:16 : 7:46 , 8:60 : a. m. ; 8:40 : , 6:46 : , O.-OO p. m. Amv Omaha 7tO , 11:36,11:46 : : a. m. ; 6:40 : , 7:06 : , 7:16 tlO . . p. m. _ _ Opening anl Olotlng of Mf Us. orra. owns. a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. t. w 11.00 9:00 : BSO : 2:40 : Ohicaeo , R I. & Padflc.lUOO 0:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 : Chicago , B. 6 Q 11:00 9M 6:30 : 2:40 : 12:30 : 6:80 : S:40 : Sioux City nnd Pacific. . 9.00 6:80 : 2:40 : TJnlou Pacific 1:00 : 11:40 : Omah.1 ts R. V 4:00 : 11:40 : T.fcM. In Neb 4:00 : 8:10 : Omaha t > Sioux City. . . . BM B. & M. Lincoln lese : 6:00 : D. P. Lincoln , Sunday. . , 1:30 : J. P. Denver Exp 9.-00 6:30 : 0. , Sioux City * St. P. . . 11:00 : Sl:40 : Local malls for State of Iowa leav * bat once a day , vlr : 6:30a.m. : Office open Sundays from 12 m. to 1 p. m. TITOS. F HALL P M. CSUOL , Business Directory. Abstract and Real ttUto. JOHN t. MoOAOUE , opposite Post Office. W. B. BAKTXETT 817 South ISth Street Architects. DUTHENE & UENDELSSOHN , ABOHITEOTS Boom la. Crolghton Block. jL T. IiAJlGE Jr. . Room 2. Oietebton Block. Boota and Shoes. JAMES DIVINE & co. , . Vine Boot * and Shoes. Acood assortment borne work on hand , corner 12th and Hartley. THOS. E11ICK80N , S. E. cor. 16th and Douglas. JOBLN FOHTUNATUS. 10610th street , manufactures to order good work al talr prices. Beoalrlnp done. a Bed Springs. J. T. LABRJHKR Manufacturer. 1617 Dowlas rt. Books , News and Stationery. J. I. PUUEHAUF 1015 Farnham Street Butter and Eggs. kCcSHANK & BCHUOEDER , the oldest B. and E. botuo In Nebruia eatabllnhed 187G Omaha. CENTRAL RESTAURANT , MR3. A. RYAN , cnthwest corner IBthond Dodge. Best Board for the lloney. , Satisfaction Guaranteed. V dllit Ml Uourt. Board by the Day , Week or Month. Good Terms for Cash. Furnl ho l Unnma Supplied. Ct Carriage * and Rosa Wagons. an WM S.NYDEIl , 14thandHarncvStrooU. Clothing Sought. J. UARUU will pay hlghOBtCaeh price for eocoud band clothlnr. Corner 10th and Farnham , Jo we ers. JOHN BAUUEK 1311 Karnham Street Junk. H. BEBTUOLD , K&ffS and MeUl. Lumber Lime and Cement. " > FOSTER & OR AY corner 6th and Douglaa tita. Lamps and Glassware. J. BONNER I'SOO DouzlM St Good Variety. S Merchant Tailors. O. A , LINDQUEST , ind One of our moet popular Merchant Tallori Is re eelving the latest designs for Spring and Bummer Goods for gentlemen wear. Stylish , durable , and pricea low u ever 21618th bet. DOUZ. & Kara. Millinery. URS. 0. A. RINGER , Wholesale and Retail , Fan. cy Goods In great variety , Zepbyre , Card Boards , Hosiery , Glovoe , Coneto , &c. Cheapest House In the Wear , Purchasers save 80 per cent Order by Hall. 116 Fifteenth Street. foundry. JOHN WKAUNE& SONS cor. 14th & Jackson BM Of Hour and feed , OMAHA CITY MILLS , 8th and Farnham Bfe , Wekhans Brot. , proprietors. Qrocoro. E. STEVENS , Slit between Cumlng ami tui T. A. MoSHANE , Corn. 23d and Cumlng Streets. Msrdwaie , Iron ana titeel. OLAN & LANG WORTHY , Wholesale , 110 and 112 16th street A. HOLMES corner 18th and California. Harness , Saddles , Ac , P. WK18T 201 thBt bet Faroft Barney. . Hotels , ' ANFIELD HOUSE , Goo. Canfleldetb & Farnhani DORAN HOUSE , P.U. Cary , 818 Farnham Bt SLAVEN'S HOTEL. F. Blaven , 10th St Southern Hotel GUI. llamrt 8th & Leavenwortb nI Drugs , Paints ana Oils , f KUHN & CO. Fbarmacltti , Fine Fane Uoodi , Cor. Hto and Dourui ktreett If. J. WHITEHOUPK , Wholesale&ReUIl , leth.t. tt WKLD , 2022 Worth Side Cumlnf street PARR. Druggist. 10th and Howard Streets. Oenllits. DR. PAUL Williams' lock Cor , 16th & Dodge. Ury Goods Notloni , tto. . JOHN H. F. LEtiUANN & CO. , Ken York Dry Goods Store , 1310 and 1811 Fani. biro strict. ne L. C. Enewold aUo boots and eboes 7th & Pacific. furuiiuro. A F. GROSS , Now and Booond Hand Furniture od Stoves , 1111 Doutrus. Hlghooi cub price aid for lecond fc u } roooi. BONNKR 1809 Dstvla it. Fine eoodi , &c. rerco Worki. OM AC A FKKOK CO. U8T , FRIES fr CO mtHarneySt , luprOM tt Id BOIM , JiCT and Wood Fenui. Otto * lUact , Coonlti * ? lne sod Wsloal.l ZJ \ Clear * and Tebncoo. WKST * mrrSCDKn , njarmlocturers el Clgun , no J Wholesale IJr lerd n Tobacco * . 1C05 ttonglas K. T. IjQRKSZEM muMitucttirtr Ul fMT.hJLm Florist. A. Don dhn , pKnta , cat flowers , wodn , ooqaets ( . N. W. cor. 10th nl DourlM itrectA OlYll Engineer * nd Surveyor * . ANDREW ROSEWATKR. CrolRhton Dlock town Surrey * , Or&de and Sewerage Systems * tpecldty. Oommlnlon Merchant * . JOHN 0. WIL LIS.HH Dodja Street. D n BEKMER. For details too krge advertise- ixctit In D llr and Weekly , Oortilce Work * . Western Cornice Works , M&nuhctaren Iron Oornlco , Tin , Iron and Blato Roofllng. Order from any locality promptly executed In tha best manner. Factory nd Office 1213 lUrney St 0. 8PKCHT , 1'ropnetor. Oilranttcd Iron Cornice * . Window Ops , etc. manufactured nd put up In any part ot th oountrr. T. 3IN110LI ) 416 Thirteenth street Crockery. i. BONNEH 1809 DouelM street Good line. Clothing nnd Furnishing Ooodi. OEO. H. PBTERSON. Alno ! Ufc , Caps , Boot * Shoes Notions and Cutlery , 801 B. 10th street Refrigerators , Onnflcld'a Patent. 0. F. GOODMAN llth St. hot. Faro. A Ilarnsy Qhow Cite Manufactory. 0. 3. WILDE , Manolacturor and Dealer In all klndi ot Show w , Upright CaK * , ft > . , 1317 Caes St. FRANK L. GERHARD , proprietor Omaha Show Case manufactory , 818 South 10th street , between Lcuu en worth and llarcy. All food nnm'ntod flret-clara. Pawnbroker * . ROBKNFKLD. 10th St. . hot , far , ft Par Htoves end mware. A. BUKMEOTEU , Dctlcr ID Stoves and Tinware , and Manufacture of Tin Roole and all kinds of Building Work Odd Fellow * ' Block. J. BONNKR , IBOO Douglas SI. Good and Cheap Seed * . J. EVANS , Wholesale and Retail Seed Drills ant Cultivators Odd Fellow * Hall. Physicians and Surgeona. W. B. GIBBS , M. D. , Rootn No I. Croljhton Block , 16th Street P. S. LEISKNIUNO , a. D. Maeonlo Block. 0. L. HART , M. D. , Kyr and Ear , opp. postoffice DR. L. B. GRADDV. . Ocullit and Aurlat , S. W 16th and Farnham Photograpnera. . OEO. 11EVN , PROP. Grand Central Gallery , 111 Sixteenth 8troc . near Masonic 1111. Drst-cJasa Wotk and Prompt- Plumbing , da * and 8te m Fitting. P. W. TARPT it CO. . 21612th tit , bet Farnham and DouglM. Work promptly attended to. D. F1TZPATIUCK. 1409 Aujlos Street. , Minting an aper anglng. HENRY A. KOSTKRS. 1(1 Oodite Street Bhoo more * . Phillip Lane 1S20 Farnham it. bet 13th & 14th. Second Hand Btora. PERKINS & LEAR , 1418 Doujztaa St. . New and lecond Hand Fnrnlturo , Ooueo Furnishing Good * , tc. , bawnt and told on narrow marring. tfaioon * . HENRY KAUFMANN , la tne now brick block on Douglas Btraet , ha * Jort opened a moet elegant BceJ nail. Hot Lnnch from 10 to 12 every day. ' Caledonia " J FALCONER 678 18th Street Undertaker * . OHAS. RIEWE , lOW Farnham bet 10th * lltd. 00 Oent Store * . P. 0. BACKUS 1205 Farnham St , Faner Good * ? ELECTION PROCLAMATION. By virtue of the authority vested In mo. I , Jamei K. Boyd , Mayor of the City of Omaha , do lercby proclaim to the qualified- voters of the .Ity of Om ha and of the rosvectlre wards .hereof , that an annu.l city election ulil be held nsoldcltv on TuoedayApril 4th. 1862 , for the oltctlon'of the following ottlccra , vlt : blx w rd councilman , one from eich ward , each to serro for the term of two y are. Three members of board of education each to1 serve for the term of t o years. At such time , In aecorda co with resolution of the City Council , thire will be submitted to the quilinod niters of sa d city the following question : Mialltho city lease Jeffcr son square for the erect on of a building to bo used 03 a market ho'iso and city hall ? The polls at said annual city election will bo op n at 8 o'clock a. m , and i be kept open from hat hour until 7 o'clock : p. m. , and no longer , andat the following places In the respective wards , viz : First : Ward Felix Slavea's grocery store , Tenth street near Lcav < north street. Hecond Ward Wollenz hotel , Lcavenworth street , between Thirteenth and Fourteenth street Third Ward Dr. Hydu's oHco ( , southwcU corner Twelfth and Douglu streets. Fourth Ward County Court House , north- coat corner Sixtoenti und Farnam streets. .Fifth Ward -Holmes' hardware store , north west corner Sixteenth and California street. Sixth Ward-Dcidtick'H drug store , No. 2005 Cumlng street , south side , between Twentieth of and Twenty-first ktrcet * . In witness whereof Miavo hereto set my hand and caused the seal of said tlty to bo alllxcd , this 16th day of March , A. D. , 1882. J E. BOYD , Mayor of the City of Omaha. MchlOtoAprlU. DK. B1. SOHBRBR , Physician and Surgeon , ' HBON10 DISEASES , RHEUMATISM , Ktc. , A SPECIALTY. _ No. 1112 Farnham St. between 14th and 16th.'Omaha Neb. J28 - AND Store Fixture Work French Doub'e Thick Flat and Bent Show Case Olaca O. J. WILDE. 1316 and 1317 Case Street. wi n ( e1' n CLEVES BROS , > ARCHITECTS m I'ubllo nuIIdniKS , Churrhct , Itc ldences , ol Stoics In every ttvle , olia ia Attention given to I'atuit Olllco Draulnfir , Ofllce ) , Room 10 , Crelchton Dlock' , Omi'ho , de Nebraska. in do WESTERN twj th l > r C. SPECHT th , ' eh 'Proprietor , BUW 1213 W Hainey Street , the OMAHA but , - - - NEB. ga MANUFACTURERS OF ve GALVANIZED ION co dr an Cornices bl , ta Dormer Windows Finials ah , , ut TIN , IRON g SLATE ROOFING , but br Spocht'a Patent Metalio Sky. drmi light. mi Patent Adjustable Ratchet Dar and as Ui BRACKET SHELVING , in am the general State Afcnt ( or the above or ol goods. foi IRON FENCING. foiTJ restlngs , Dalustrades , Verandas(0fflce ( and ail Bank Ralllnes , Window and Cellar both Guards also ; the GENERAL AGENT thHi Peerson and Hill Patent Inside Blind , tit nori-itt of " laid "WINEOFCARDUI" four Hinea T * \J oica a hnjipy household. iuk CLARA BELLE'S MELANGE to the Drosoea and Manners of Her Fashion- able Sietors How Some People Eat nnd Drink Clinrmlngly and Othora Don't-- Tbo Oponlnff of Now Goods For Spring Wear. Correspondence Cincinnati Fn utrer NEW YOHK , March 10. Fashion Probabilities : Considerable cloudi ness during the Lenten season , fol lowed by clearing weather about Easier. . That is all that I will venture in the way of prediction , except that there will bo such a bloomitu of now bonnets on Easter Sunday as will make you think , if you are n man , that every church is a flower pardon , unless you hare paid for the knowl edge that your wife's or daughter's now head embellishment is truly iloral only in cost ; but will say , "Blow the oiponeol" when you see your heart's delight looking just fit to oat in her spring gear. 1 used to know a hus band 1 who said that ho always fell inoro or less out ut love with his wife on Sunday , but tumbled slap in again when ho saw her arrayed for church. She was at such times so neatly dressed , so smiling , so sweetly differ ent from her ovcry-day aspect , that aho made a regular weekly conquest of his heart. Oh , there are Tow women who can't bo charming it they ear nestly sot about it even while outing. I mention this test of feminine grace because it is a severe ono. The process of filling the stomach ordained by nature is vulgar in itself , and n great deal of daintiness is required in the woman who would oat unropollantly. Fried oysters are a sere trial to the ethereal girl who sits down to them with her admirer after a late theatrical per formance. It haa been live or six hours since dinner , nnd she is as hun gry as a boar that has lived on its paws all winter. She knows that bed time is close ahead , and she will not have to endure hur corsut long , if she does tighten it from the inside. But a big appetite is disenchanting in a maiden , And tried'oysters are greasy. The pro'umn ! before her is how to put TUB BKVKN OY8TKUS Into herself without convincing the young man that her stomach is about like his own in its periodical call for food. There is a risk in the matter that no skill can wholly eliminate. The best rule is to put on an expres sion of very mild disdain at each mouthful , oa though you 'ook it in un der protest. Don't overdo this , and look as though sickened , but just elevate the brows a trifle , smile faint ly , and try to giro the impression that you' tolerate a fried , oyster , but do . not hanker after it. I watched a Blonder , grac6ful , angel-faced creature ' in a fashionable oyster riouao the other night , > and saw that by neglecting her de portment she was shocking the fellow across the table. Perhaps she didn't care whether ho adored her or not. Anyhow , she was putting the oysters into her mouth by halves , chewing ' them with undisguised gusto , swallowing plenty of breid and cut cabbage along with them , and taking no pains whatever to disguise the fact 'thatshe ' was enjoying them mightily. At the next table eat a b thicker and older woman , who prac hi ticed the art of oyster eating as I 0 iavo indicated it. Her facial ox- WlWi iression was clover. She dipped in Wi ho food in big pieced when her com 111 panion wasn'c looking , and nibbled ot when ho was looking. She1 pi fear got away witli a hearty meal without appearing to have taken ar any thing to speak of it , and it COwl wl was only the empty plates that re vealed the fact. She was not less an skillful in drinking her half of a quart fir champagne. The glass was lifted BO o her lips like the hand of a queen to an des her mouth shut ho ; over barely an nch of the brim ; thcro was no slop- in ling or Kurgglmg ; the wino trickled tu icarly down her throat , but with dr ilr quite sufficient celerity. When start up to go out , with considerable of the lai Inid effervescing in her brain , she 'ailed for a dreamy instant to recou- mi nzo her reflection in a full length dr nirror , and tried to turn out to let ar lersolf pass by herself. The blunder was seen by nobody but mo. She re an go covered her .equanimity instantly , and fein departed smoothly as a fairy. in TUK Ol'ENINO OK NEW GOODS ar n the stores of this city is later than he usual this spring. Wo have hadsomo to. warm weather , to bo sure , but the yc nakera of fashions do not seem to bo taTi any hurry. Fewer novelties are to Ti o found this week than is usual in th tlurch , A few spring wraps have BU eon opened. They are long and chW medium length dolman viKitf , with W elbow sleeves , long Raglans and Eng- TI ish walking-jackets , some with shout- CO lor caps , but the larger number Btl laving only rolling or flat collars , and sa double-breastod front * fastened with fir two of buttons wi rows , Simulated pockets appear in the short skirts of flcm theeo jackets , but , except on incido m breast-pocket , they are really without toi those conveniences un They are made tor the moat peg 4l . _ . _ . _ . . _ part of g t " cloth chonot 1 "ra t i , mixtures and _ D . th suitings. Some of the cloths are fit woven with a few metallic threads in co wool , giving a brilliancy of effect , atl not cropping out in a glaring or Tli gaudy stylo. Other jackets of plush , hi velvet and vplvotoen are worn on more dr dreary occasions. The dolman visitcs tin come in light clothes , in both palo tui Mid dark shades , The browns , navy blues , Bronzes , olives , bottle-greens , fui " ' tana , and ccrus , and the luithotio or > ; shades , along with black clothes , are ba utilized for visiles as well as jackets , inj the preference is for the tans , % browns and blacks. For the tin dressiest dolmans , fine brocaded lip moires , plain surahs and dam , assess ; are used. The trimmings on fre qu these are rich knotted fringes plait- , "R ings of Spanish laces , passementerie ski ornaments , with fine-cut jot eads and SOI fouragcs of cords and flat tassels. VO / These garments are very costly , but Mi simpler ones at reasonable prices can Mime bought. One of the promiBos of on fashion-makers is that Mother sin Flubbard mantles will be worn on- sinme me iirely of black lace nay next summer not foi one piece , but of live-inch strips row in row , kilted or otherwise . BO mantle , with a black dress of or satin , will form a very elegant coatamo Black snrah' half-length mantles r already fashionable , and nro scon AD warut * * * usually ttimmod elaborately with chenille bands and rows of luce. All the indi cations are that A TERtOD OF WORK OARMR.NTS in setting in for out-door wear. This is ' happv news for all women oicopi the small minority of perfect-shaped ones , on whdm tight clothes are en hancers \ of natural charms. It is pos sible for a bow-backed figure to bo quite stylish in an adroitly-Arranged mantle , with its pleats , bunches and heaps of material/ Among the light woolen stuff * A fowmorobhoYiotahaYo made their appearance since my last letter , and some nuns' Toiling , called crape-lino. The newest cheviots have broad stripes of fine shepherd's plaids in diagonal effects , alternating with satin stripes of the satoo' width , and of the same or a contrasting color. The grounds may bo black and whitochecks , or blnck and tan , or almost anything. The satin stripe is Usually in some full , rich tone or white ; but some times of the palo tint of the check , Sumo of thcso striped chovoit checks havu , in lieu of thu satin stripe , a band of pale or dark color. The ef fect is fine , and when nlado up will no doubt bo very stylish. With the striped goods como _ the chocked chovoits without stripoa in the same colors , and chocked edicts ns the grounds of the striped goods Thcso will bo utilized cither ns skirts over which draperies nnd a basque of the striped stuff will bo worn , or vice versa. The crnplino veiling is handsome , cropo-liko woolo.i stuff , woven to roiemblo silken canton crapes. It is costlier than the plain veilings , but is considered n valuable addition to ibis line of goods. It will make up beautifully in combina tion with moire or satin morvoilloux for evening drcsaoa of the highest ceremony. In silk gros grains are in favor , and rep effects are very noticu- ablp. Among now pongees the plain , white goods , striped horizontally with hair Hues in lace effects ) are the most unique. No pointed lawns or organ dies have as yet been shown in the stores , and the inference is that they will not bo worn ; yet they may beheld hold in reserve by the importers. I was speaking of BKNT-DACKED WOME a few sentences ago. The proportion of my sex with a alight curvature of the r ! spine , ono shoulder or hip higher than ; the other , or some other irregu larity , that nny dress-maker will toll you < that few drosaca have two sides exactly : alike in shape. On this basis of fact an enterprising woman has undertaken - old. dertaken . to build up a business not by padding and pressing to force sym metry , but on the theory that gymnas tics will remedy the fault if properly employed. She has opened a small private gymnasium , in which light Indiana clubs , dumb-bells , trapezes , ladders and other appliances for exorcise are provided. The candidate for shaping is first carefully examined , in order to determine , exactly her departures from true grace accuracy. Then the kind of'exercise to develop the lacking spot is proscribed. If one hip is out of plumb , swinging from.tho trapeze by the legs , accompanied by a swaying from side to side , is recommended. If frre roujid shoulders are thb blemish , club- swinging and hanging ' 'by the hands from rings are the proper exercises. How much real improvement can thus bo ( accomplished I do not know , but I have no doubt it is considerable. The exercise is good , at least ; and it would be wise for every girl or woman to swing a light pair ef Indian clubs in her room in getting out of bed in the morning , before putting 011 any clothes to .inter fere with the free movement of the arms and shoulders. This practice is coming ( into vogue a little , but nowhere - whore near as fast' ' as it ought to. Lot any vigorous young woman try it , and find out how good it feels to get her self into a state of glow and expansion , and she will continue it if she has half an ounce of vim After getting into a perspiration , flop into a bath tub full of warm water , rubyouraelf dry with a conrao towel , arid ttioro you ire for a day free from headache and lassitude. 8UJIA1-8 OF FASHION NEWS must aufh'co in th's Lent of dismal dress. Fancy shoos with sandal tops are worn a great deal , Yokes on night' ' gowns are now out of style. Spanish and Oriental laces will both bo used s < for trimming nun's veiling when worn the evening. The largo poke bcnno'ta are being tip-tilted far forward on the head. Silks' are purer and of softer texture . , as a rule , than for many years. A now lace embroidery imi tates old Venetian point admirably. The range for antiques has taken the the direction of'old-fashioned trinkets , such as silver brooches , buckles , clasps and chatelaines. They are worn ( attached to fans or on the person. The show of sateens and other fine cotton goods is extensive in several stores. The sateens look more like satin than cotton , being beautifully tinished with a gloaay surface , and without any stillness. The designs are tumi floral and arabesque ; also , quaint geometrical lot metrical figures. They come in pat. tu terns and are trimmed with lace , with wo underskirts of self-colors to corres pond , I have said that loose oTiter- bo at garments are becoming general. Still , there are now cheviot jackets closely fitted , and made to outline the pointed or orsagoa : , to which basques , are Jo ttttachou by scams across the 'hips. L'his gives the full effect across the lips , , and allows room for a panior Iresa underneath , In spring costumes JoI .hero is a tendency to use lengthwise I , roBombiing the noodle-wrought muds that border the now nun's veil- ngs , ginghams and batistes. Butter- ly-wing poufs in the back , formed by Bcarf employed for the tablier and Buml draperies , are much worn , Has- ml juea are shorter in the skirt , and are ( recjuontly pointed in front and drawn in the back to form a pouf. Kilted ikirts are trembling in the balance ; lonio authorities declare them out of /oguo , while others make thorn. The March costumes for street wear are Is neatly of woolen material , pno kind nly , with which a felt hat or bonnet , limply trimmed , and a cloth jacket , Fo bo worn. Far bo it from mo to FeD ( orostall the 10NNKT KEVULATIONW OF EAHTHK SUN- DAY. stor I hare 23d beenjpoking . about ft little and among the importing houses , with * flew to some preliminary notioiid. found I indubitable proof that ver , largo 1 bonnets , arid wore monstron round hats than any yet seen in America , are to bo put before on women and much I fear that th MI women will buy and wear them. Thi moat ( exaggerated of the' poke * hare if square , lUt crowns , with grotctquclj flaring f fronts. There -will be plentj of medium'and small pokes and theeo I ] hope , will be given the preference An for trimming * , flower * will be DIM lavishly. \ Brory fashionable he > * t will , in the wordt of the doggerel have iI I "a flower garden on it. " Thn' ' will ii bo the CMO by midsummer. In the meantime Kutor bonnets wilt ba less 1 flornlly garnished. Small oapotoa will have wreaths of crushed roaea in front ; or a crown will be formed o row * of tiny rosebuds , alternating with beads ; or torgot-ma-nots will be il Interspersed with cr/sUli for dew * drops. Once started in the flower line , our women will rush to n climax about the lit of August , at which time look out for such a plentitude aa wilt cover nil the fashionable heads deep and wide with Flora's gayest Inductions. The outhotio wor- ihipof lilies and sunflowers is what is leading to that result. Hero is a true little samplp of the craze. It is no longer considered in delicate taato to wear undor-garmonts mado. almost wholly of laoQ hold together by bands of iusortian , as hitherto. The mosl alogant bridal outfits are noticeable for exquisite Oneness of material coin * Dined with plainness. Well , a roconl jrido wore a chouiao of that sort ; bul ) ti the bosom of it , covered by her Bodice , were two real , live sunflowers , sowed on the white material. Mustu'l she have looked funny to the now msband. OLAKA BELLS. For Ibron X > iston. o and Cough * . "Brown's Bronchial Troches , " like ill other really good things , are imi- : ated , and purchasers-should bo care- 'ul to obtain the genuine article pre pared by John I. Brown & Suns. marlGdood-lm&wlt Colloctlnsr a Dividend. In the early days of .railroading . ir Missouri a six-foot stranger with abaci ook in his eye , one day entered a itation on the line of Blank & Dash [ loadpulled out ton shares of stock in : hu company , and inquired of tha eta tion master if there were any dividends donds on the stock. "Never hoard of any , " was the ro ily. * Didn't over anybody try to celled dividends ? " "If they did they didn't got any thing. " "This stock ought to pay ton per cent , " continued the stranger. Hero's a $1,000 | Ten per cent R year would bo $100. $ I've hold those sheers throe months which would bo $1G. Pard- nor , I want my divyl" "But I'vo nothing to do with it ! You must go to St. Louis. " "Too far away I I'm going to col cct hero and save time I Pilgrim , count out my divy ! " The above peroration was followed ) y sight of a six-shooter and an ox- iression which meant business , and ho agent didn't consume three rain- ites counting out the money , which .ho stranger took and walked out , with the remark that ho had never in vested in any stock paying loss than on per cent , and didn't believe in cumulative dividends. This was the only dividend paid by that road for thirteen years , and the agent on a sal ary of $40 per month had to stand that. How'athoBabv ? "How's the ? " "His baby croup ( a bet- or this morning , thank you. We gave * ilm eomo of THOMAS' KOLEOIHIO OIL as rou tulvlsed , doctor , and shall giro him ume more in an hour or BO. " .Next day bo doctor pronounced the youngster cured. 14lvr To Nervous Sufferers THE GREAT EIJiuiPEAN REMEDY. Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific II Is positive cure for Himru.atrirliu , Semlna vyookncfs. linpotancy , and nil lUfccaecs resulting from Self-Abuse , as Mental Anxiety , Ixwiai Ucmcry , I'aln In the Bark or Fide , and diseases ' - - inft ( JpnJ to Consumption ns&nlty an , _ early grave I The gpeclUc Moillelno Is being uaiid with woinlir. ful mioccK nt iroc tf.alt. V/rtin tut loin , and get full r ' tie Oars , Prlrt.fliniclni , tl.OO Jnif pMkfcge , ( 'or J.OO. Addrm all orders to b. tiiMbON UKDICIHE OO. Nr/s 104 acd 108 Main HI. IniHalo , N. Y. Bol't In Omaha by 0. t. Goodman , J , Vf. Bell , J.Ki ( sh , and all Oruixtst everywbers. ' 1 .dkv GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE TRAD * Anun- ir euro ( or tTemlnal Weakncii , Sporrnator. rhca , Iinnot- cncy , and all allol ol AFTER TAIINB. e ; 08 ln o ( Memory , Uiilroreal IA [ - tudc , Fain In the Hack , Plmnew ol Vlilon , Tre mature Old Age , and many other Ulteasos that load to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema ture drato. f jTKull particular * In oar pamoblet , which desire to lend frto t v mall to every one , tsntio Specific Medicine Is lold by all druggists II per package , orO | wckiui ( or 96 , ot will tent ( rue by mall on reoi ptot the money , by adJrwMlnf TI1KOKA 1EDIU1NK CO. , Buffalo , N. r. ltd ) ' ) f Qoodr oc7me-ecd JOHN HUBLUE , l'c ldent. Vice 1'rcs't. W. 8. D I IIB , Sec. and Trcafl. THE NEBRASKA MMUMCTUEIB CO Lincoln Ndb. , . , MANUKAOTUUK118 OF Corn Planters , Harrow * , Farm Rollers , Bulky Hay Rakes , Ducket Elevating Wlnu. Is , &c. \S are prtrarod to do job work and nunutac- urlifforctlitrpattlui. Addrcs all aiders NEI1IIA8KA MANUFAOTOIIINU CO , , LINCOI.X. N u. ORAIG'S ' OITY GREEN HOUSE now open to the publlo with a full supply ol Cut Flowers and Plants Sale. We will bo glad to nave the publlo call and oe us. Douquota or Any Floral Doelgn Made Kt Order ON THK SHORTEST NOTICE. City Oreen llouw , 8. W. Cor. 17th and Web. , one block from IDtb street cars , Nursery. street , opposite foil , Jos , Y , Oralf , Florist LandsaiMGardner. Fu2-6m. SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF Men's , Boys' and Chi CLOTHING Ready for Inspection AT Palace Clo tiling House. * THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED 1810 Fornnin Street , Near 14th. Uarl6eo4. WM. ROGERS Manufacturing Company , -MAKERS OF THE- Finest Silver Plated Spoons and Forks , I The only and ( I ktioual pinto that i ! original firm of ] ' is giving for instance Rogers Bros. stance - single All on * Spuiuia , Forki and plated Spoon a Knives plated triple thloknoas , with the greatest platu only on of caro. Each * the i u o t i o lot being hung on a scale while whore expo d being plated , to to wear , thereby iiiBuro a full deposit making a single posit of silver or plated Spoon them. them.Wo wear aa long asa Wo wonld call a triple plated especial attention . one. tion to oar BOO- Rival. Orient All Orders In the Wett should b Addrened to A. B. HUBERMANN , Wholesale Jeweler , ' OMAHA , - - - - - NEB. The Oldest Wholesale and TUB LEADING Retail JEWELRY HOUSE MUTUB : C HOUSE in Omaha. Visitors can here IN TUB WEST I General Agents for the find i all novelties in SILVER Finest and Best Pianos and VER WARS. CLOCKS , Organs manufactured. Rich and Stylish Jewelry , ' Our prices are as Low as Eastern Manufacturer die Latest Most any Artistic , , and Dealer. and Choicest Selections in Pianos and Organs sold ECIOUS STONES and for cash or installments at Bottom Prices. all descriptions1 of FINE A SPLENDID stock ot WATCHES at as Low Pri Steinway Pianos , Knabo ces as is compatible with Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi lonorable dealers , Call anos , and other makes. ard see oilr Also ( Jlough & Warren , Store Tower - Bmlding Sterling , Imperial , Smitb , aeri ( D 0rfJans , &c. Do corner UU' and Farnham uot faUtoaoeus before pur- Streets chasint ? . MAX MEYER & BRO. , MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES Large Stock Always on Hand. "OTWYATT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Lath , Shingles , SASH , DOORS , BLIPS AUD MOULDINGS , 15th and Cuming Sts , OMAHA , NEB Hair Goods , Notions , Ladies' ' Furnishing ; Hoods , Ulstors , Oircularfi , and Suits , r 007