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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA WEDNESDAY , JUNE 14 , 1382.
OCCIDENTAL JOTTINGS.
DAKOTA.
An artesian well is being sunk At Hope.
There is no vacant publicland In Hutchinson -
inson county.
Work on the new school housent James
town will Boon begin.
The Grand Forks telephone was j > u
Into operation June 2nd.
Aberdeen hopes to become the Capital !
the territory is not divided.
Young grns'lioppers are in the when
fields eait of Jamestown.
A new town laid out eight mile ! west o
Howard has been named uorficld.
The county fe&tqucillon of Grlgescoun
ty \ n content between Mardcll mid Hope
A 100,000 bushel stock c'mpany olcva
tor will bo built in Grand Forks at once
, The .Lead City Tribune , announced to
die on the 15th ult , , still lives and ( lour
Ishes.
The Tvndall echool district ban voted to
bond in the sum of § 1,20) ) for building a
school house.
Several attempts have been made to
organise h fito department in Knpid City ,
but all have failed.
A creamery at JJcadwood , it Is salt ! ,
will be a bettor Investment than any of
the mines in the Hill * .
Aberdeen has been incorporated and
divided into five wards. Election for oil- !
ccrs was held June 5tn.
A German hewspaper is to bo started in
Fargo. It will be the first Journal printed
Jn that language In the territory.
The proceeds of a ball given at Central
not long ceo , for the benefit of the * B.hool
und , were three hundred dallars.
An old grudge between brothers-in-law
named Miller and MoVickcr at Terraville
resulted in tbo former getting shot.
Lawrence county Is the most populous
in the territory. It has 13,248 Inhabl.
tonte. Dead wood is the county seat.
Mllbank ia building a very commodious
court homo at an expensoof nearly § 3,000 ,
and intends to donate It to Grant county ,
1 Hoisting works coiling in the neighbor
hood of S fOCO are to be erected on the
Gold Star coicpany'a property near Clus
ter.
Keystone is the name of a settlement in
Dickey county , which' was founded by
nineteen beautiful Pennsylvania young
ladica.
Mr. Schrrcdcr , four mile ) north of Madi
son , was kicked by a two year old colt on
the 1st , remitting fa his death on the Fri
day morning following.
The McDonald boya of Avon , Uon
Hommo county , while digging n well on
their farm , struck a cjU'illtv of coal near
the surface as good nt the Fort I ) dge coal.
From January 1st to April 30th the fol
lowing amounts have been reo ived at New
York from BUik Hllla mines : Dcadwoml ,
$1.20410 ; Father De Smet , 8181,170.70 ;
Homestake , $221,270.
WYOMING.
The Laramie-lth of July celebration will
embrace n firomen'a tournament.
At Homer & Sargent's ranch near Lara *
mio there It a Inmb with six legs.
John Wilcox , a section hand at Buford ,
fall off a handcar on she 8th and was seri
ously injured.
Robert Burton , of Barbon , while per
forming on a horizontal bar on the 3d , fell
and broke a leg.
Isadoro Schuilz in attempting to get on
A brake beam at Laramia on the 4th , fell
and had ono log cut off.
Tbesesiion of tbo , Wyoming Sunday
school begins at Cheyenne on the 18th and
continues three days.
The Union Pacific railway will transport
the new steam fire engine for Laramia City
over its line free of charge.
William McCabc , interpreter at , Fort
Washakie , f tally thot Edward Cnlliarm In
a saloon at Rawlins on the 7th. Doth
were intoxicated. McCabe acted in elf
defense.
Muttlson Hall , tried for killing Georgia
Cox , n ditioputable woman , at the "lloj
ranch" nsar Fort Ii tramle , WM acqiflfcteii
.on the ( ground of > elf defenia Aiiho
walked out of the court room at Cheyenne
he was nr.cetcd on the charge of bono
teal Ing
'There has of late been considerable
rivalry in the immigration business in
Evanston. Editor Shatter , of the Chief
tain , took first money on the 29th ult. , on
a son ; later in the day another citizen
sought to irriko him divide ; two days after
another birth was recorded , and on the day
after that another saved his distance.
COLORADO.
The rainy season has commenced in the
Han Juan.
The Jockey club races at Gunnison com
menced on the .iOth ,
, A Presbyterian church was organized at
Bonanza on the 4th.
Kvery house In Bllverton is occupied ,
* . and many are compelled to live In tents.
President Perkins , of the O. , B. fe Q. , is
. half owner of the Garden of the Gods ,
Manitou.
1 The new toll road from Miguel to Ophir
is being built as fast as men und money
can do it.
- " ' The Denver firemen responded to an
alarm on the night of the 4th and found
three Incendiary fires ,
The establishment of a pension office at
Denver for Colorado , Wyoming and New
, Mexico is beinir discussed.
The itate anniverslty at Boulder turned
, loose its first installment of graduates on
the 8tb , six young gentlemen.
' Fred Conant , of tbo Leadvllle' Herald ,
fell fourteen feet down a Denver hatch *
' way on'tbe 4cb , sustaining severe injuries ,
N. Sullivan , employed in the Chryso-
lite mine , at Leadville , was instantly
killed on the 8th by n falling bucket of
ore <
p > oreThe
The firat reunion ot the Fifty-nlnera of
Gilpin county was held at Central City
on the 8tb , and was celebrated by a ban
quet.
quet.George
George N. Woodv , for the murder of M ,
G. Buchanan , was sentenced to be hung on
the -3.1 of June , by Judge liunls , at
Durango.
Pueblo rejoices in the completion of
the new rrajrvolrs at that place , thus fur
nishing good wuter in amplu quantity for
all needs.
The fast express east from Denver on
the Klo Grande road is called ' 'Tho Thun
derbolt , " and on the Kaunas Paclbo "Tho
' Cyclone. "
The moit experienced minor * and prog ,
pectors predict n boom in mining mutters
. In the Habbltt Ear range , North i'arlc and
White river countries.
Two cowboys rode lota Granada on the
10th nnd began an Indiscriminate firing ,
HherllF Talbutt went for them with a thot-
gun , and in tbo skirmish all hands were
wounded , The cowboys were captured.
A bone thief named "California Joe'1
created a sensation on the Denver & New
Orleans train out of Manitou Hnrinpi on
the 3d , by tlitentening to kill "Buffalo
Bill" and others on the train. The con
duotor tired him otf , nnd the holy terror
continued nhootinjf until tbo train dltap
poared.
According to The Denver Tribune the
first triplets born in Colorado befel a
Leadville woman. They thrived and
waxed fat , but their mother naturally
feared a further stay in the glorious ell-
, inate in Colorado , and Wednesday she
passed through Pueblo en route to br old
Lome in Ohio , accompanied by the bob-
tall ilutb the old man and the three
bibles.
_ _ _ _ _
' MONTANA.
A first-dug hotel is needed tt Billings ,
The Billings Herald is a new paper in
that town.
New placer diggings In Poor Man'
gulch , pay $8 to 810 A day ,
Dave Hutdeld , of Coulson , tried send
ing $250 through the mall * In an ordinary
envelope. It failed to teach Its dentina
tion , and Hat Geld curses Uncle 3am'
agents.
A Benton man has n hand made hors
hair bridle which took him three years to
make ,
Hsrvcy Ely , lately of Salem , Mo. , cu
off his right foot while chopping wood in
the park near Butte ,
Three cow-boys wern terrorizing the citl
zens of Bent- one night recently by firlnj
n volley at the comet. They were arrested
and each fined 840.
Archbishop SeRhrec , of Otcgon , wll
visit C eur d'Alene Mission on the 10th o
Juno and will make a tour tli rough
Montana , which h In his diocese.
A patent machine has bcenbronght into
division of the
u o on the Vclowstono
Northern Pacific that will load 230 ties
into a car in thirteen minutes.
.Another birth is recorded on the Utah
end iNortliern la > t week , while the train
wai going at the rate of twenty miles per
hour , and it is staled that only the male
pas8cngern feel abs > lutcly safe while pass
ing over the linn. Inter-Mountain.
While on the way from Benton to Barktr
the last day of April , Hubert Blake became -
came demented , and leaving the trail wan
dered ahont for sixteen days in n dazed
condition , During all this time ho lived
in roots and was but n. mere skeleton when
ibtmd.
Profitable Patient * ,
The moat wonderful and marvelous
success in cases where persons nro
sick or wasting away from a condition
of miaerablcncsp , that no ono knows
what atls thorn , ( profitable patients
'or doctors. ) is obtained by the use of
lop Hitters. They begin to euro
rom the first close and kcop it up un-
il perfect health and strength is re
stated. Whoever is afflicted in this
way need not suffer , when they can
get Hop Bitters. [ Cincinnati Star.
MARIA SWENSEN'S SLAVERY.
An Immigrant's Lament at Being
Forced to Fulfill a Lnbor Con
tract.
low lork Star.
During a preliminary examination
if n charge made against Detective
yiuhonoy of Brooklyn by an attache
ot the postoflico of that city , a most
remarkable story was brought to the
urfaco. It would appear thai ; a man-
ifacturing company at Grosvonor
) ale , Conn. , has a contract with the
iiman Steamship company to bring
Swodinh emigrants to this country for
orvlco in their works. Recently
! 00 of these Swedes were
irought out under this agreement ,
among whom was a young
( irl named Maria Swonson. The
Jonnccutioul company paid all the
expanses of the girl to this country ,
and she signed a contract to work for
hem until she * could repay them.
Harin , upon landing , was informed
hat she would have to work for very
small wages , and was also told that it
would not bo safe for a young girl to
; o to Grosvouor Dale. She there-
ipon determined to ignore her con
tract and to hide away from these
.vho might force her to carry it oat.
By the assistance of some Swedish
friends , oho managed to leave Castle
3ardon unobserved by the agents of
; ho Connecticut company , and for
lomo time was successfully concealed
nthis city. Thinking it would bo
safe to leave her hiding place ,
she procured board in the nouso
of P. E. Johnson at No. 325 Atlantio
avenue , Brooklyn , and took up her
residence there. Mr. Dale , the Now
York manager of the Inman company
who had been informed by the Con
necticut people of the girl's escape
From their hands , wont to Johnson's
house and donundodrthat the girl W
ioiivorcd into his custody. The
joarding-hpuso keeper refused to give
Maria up , informing Mr. Dale that as
10 was not an oflioor of the law ho
tad no right to make any such do-
nand. Dale , as Johnson alleges , said
that ho would go out and gut an
o liicor.
Subsequently Dcteotivo Mahoney
of the Third ( Brooklyn ) precinct
lallcd nt Johnson's house , and show
ng his shield , asked that the girl
might bo given into his custody. John
son was not at homo , and his wife
; old the dotootivo that she knownoth-
ng of the matter. While the parley
jotwoon these two was going on , ono
of the boarders , a postoflico employe
named Fouk , came to Mrs. Johnson's
issistanco and told Mahoney that ho
tiad no right whatever to demand the
young Swede unless ho was armed
with a wanant. This , according to
ihp statement made at the investiga
tion , aroused the ire of the detective
to such a pitch that ho became abus
ive.
ive."I
"I don't want any of your interior
once , " ho exclaimed.
"I don't want to interfere , but I
should like to sea your warrant , "
urged the servant of Unolp Sam.
"If you duu't stop your interference
I'll throw you out of the window , "
retorted the pfllcor.
While this animated dispute was in
progress Johnson returned homo and
it once joined the discussion , and objected
joctod to producing the girl.
"If I can't ' get the irl any other
way I'll go through every room in the
tiouso , " shouted' Mahonoy.
Johnson bocAtno alarmed , and , not
thoroughly acquainted with the rights
of the gir ) , ho thought ho was bound
to give her up , llo wont upstairs nnd
returned with Maria Bwcnson , who
was weeping bitterly.
"Maria , " ho said , "hero's the olU-
eer. and I can't resist. "
The girl , amid her sobs and tears ,
jopgcd Johnson most pathetically note
o give her up , Tiio boarding-house
cooper , however , was afraid to make
any further objection , and tbottjrl was
alien to Oaatlo Garden by Mahoney
md a man who accompanied him ,
Fohtuon followed the trio , nnd as lie
ay ? , saw the frightened and terrorized
Harm forced baliind aomo barriers ,
ifter which ho was forcibly ejected
'rom the garden. Mahoney was so
nfuriated at what ho regarded as the
ntorforonco of Feuk that ho wont to
t'ostmaster MoLeer and made a charge
igainat him of interfering with an of-
icor. Col. McLoor dismissed the
charge after examination , and direct *
ed Fouk to make charges against the
detective. Ho did so , and the facts
Riven above wore laid before Inspector
Jowott yesterday , and will bo invest- !
{ atpd at an early date. The boarding
louse keeper , who was also before the
nspector , said that ho hoard Mr. Dale
say ho would deliver the girl to I ho
) onnooMout company if it cost him
$50,000. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
: Popularity ,
THOMAS' KCLECTUIO On , has obtained
'i tat popularity , from It * Intrinsic value
us a reliable medicine , In curing hoarse-
leaf , and all irritations of the throat , dU-
ase * of the chest , etc. Tor these it Is an
ncampuable pnlmonic. J13-lw
TIME TABLE ,
rmoioo , sr. riot , xmtxirou * tire
tT6 Omaha Pararnger No , 8 , 8:80 : > m. Ao-
nmodktlon No , 4 , 1:0 : ( p.m
Atrlr * OmUiv-Pwweniter No. 1 , 650 p. m.
cec e e sdntlon No. 8 , 16:60 : . . m.
it IK 9 OMAHA B T OK SOUTH BOOTS' .
0. , B. k O. 7:40 : K. m. 3:40 : p. m.
0. tt N. W. . 7:40 : . tn. 3:40 : p. m.
0. , n. I. * P. , 7:40 a. m. 8:40 : p. m.
K. C.,81. J. ft 0. n.leavcs it f M . m. and 7:4 :
m. Arrives at B I , Urals at 8:30 : i m. and St :
n ,
W. , Bttkft P. , IcJTMUlS a. ra. and 8:40 : p
ArriTM a St. Louis at 6:40 : a. m. and 7:4 :
m
_
wvrt oa souruwu'iA. '
Q. H U. tn Neb. , Through Eiprcn , K d a. m
B , A M. Lincoln Exprciw :20 : p. m.
U P , 0\crl nd Hrtiran , lS:16n. m.
O , h R , V. for Lincoln , UM a. m.
O&n V , ( or Oecoola. 0:40 : a. m.
U. P freight No. E , 6:80 : a. m.
0. P ( relffht No. 9 , 8:20 : a. m.
D. P. freight No. 13 , 2Mp. m ,
U , P. freight No. 7 , 6:10 p. m. cmlfrknl.
w , P. Denver oxprcM , 7:3G p. m.
D. P. frelrht No 11. 11SO : p. m ,
D. P. Denver frelzht , 8. 5 p. m.
( AST AMD tocrn
0 B. Is Q 6:00 : a. m. 7:25 p m.
O. ft N. W. , 6:46 : a. m. 7:25 : p. m.
0. 11. 1. &r..9:46 : . ra. 0:05 : p. m.
K. O. , fat Joe AC B. , 7:95 : a. rr. . 6:4Bp. : D
AKUvua ruou nil ti AND gotmrwKT ,
0. fc H. V. from Lincoln l:0t : ) p. m.
U , P , Pacific Kii > ut3 8:25 p. ra.
I ) ; k M , In Neb. , Through EipreM 4:15 : p m
K. fc M. Lincoln Kxprom 0:4G : a in.
U , P. Denver oxproM , 7:3S n. m.
U. P. Freight No. 14 2M : p. m.
U , P. No. 0 6:20 a. m. Kmlgruit
U. V. freight No. 14 , 12:15 : p. ra.
U. P. No. 8 0:00 : p. m.
U. I' . Ho. 12 1:46 : a. m.
U , P , Denver freight , 1:10 : a. m.
0. s B. V. mlxoii , ar. 4:46 : p. m.
amiui TRAIKS Bnwiin OMiaA AID
oocacit , iLtrm.
Leave Omtha at 8:00 : , 9AO , 10:00 : and lltt >
m. ) 1:0 2:00 : , 8:00 : , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p. m.
LT TO Council Rluffs at S:25 : , 9:26 : , 10-25 and
! a. tn. ; t26 ! , 2:25 , 8:25 : , * :26 and 6:25 : p.m.
Banr'ayB Tin dummy Icsvcg Omaha at 0:00
* 'i > il 11:00 a. m. ; 2:00 : , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p. m. Leaven
concll Bliifft at g ; and 11 : ! 6 a. m. { SS5 : , tSi :
nd 6:25 : p , m.
Through and local pvncncer trains between
) maba and Council BliiDn. Leave Omaha 41:15
U5 , 3:60 : a.m. ; 8:40 : , 6:46 : , fl.-CO p. m. Arrive
) m h 7iO : , llSE : , 11:16 : a. m. ; 6:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:16 ,
p. m
Opening una Closing of Mf II * .
BOtnr. opts. cto.ii.
a. m. p. m. a. m. p. to.
OlIcjiRO&N. W . 11.00 8CO : 6M : 2:40 :
Oilctzo , R I. & Paclfls.llCO : 9.00 6SO : 2:40 :
ahlcago , B. ft Q. . . . _ .11:00 : 0 0 6:30 : S:40 :
* bo h . 12:80 : 6:20 : Z:40 :
llnux City ami Pi.-iflc , . 9.00 t:30 : 2:40 :
Union raclfl : . 1:00 : 11:40
Omaha * ! K.V . 4rM 11:40 :
3 .b II. In Neb . 1X0 8:10 :
Omaha 6 Sioux City. . . . 60 7M
0. AM. Lincoln . 10:8 : ? 6CO
(7. ( P. Lincoln , BundAy. . . 1UM ) 11:00
J. P. Denver Exp . 0:00 : CSO
0. . Blonx City & St. P. . . lloo : 3 : < 0
Local inallo for State ol Iowa leavi but once
iay , vU:6:80& : , m. '
Offlct open Sundays from 12 ra. to 1 p. m.
TTT03. V HALT , P M.
Bnsiiess nirectorv.
Abstract and Real batate.
JOHN L. McCAQUE , opposite I'ojt Offlot.
W. R. BARTLKTT E17 South 18th Street
Archttocti.
U B1NDEL3SOHW ,
Room It. Crelchton lilock.
A. T. LAHOK Jr. . Room 2. Ciclrhton Block.
ttouti ana ( Shoe * .
JAMES DiYINR & 00. ,
flue Boots and Shooa. A good aasortment
tame work on band , corner tilth and Harney.
rnoa. KRICKSON , s. c. cor. icth and
JOHN FORTUNATUS.
13110th street , nvmulattures to order peed work
ttf lrprice ) . Rooalrlnrdone.
Bed Spring * .
I/AnnillKll llanufucturor.
Uoulu , rioiv and utattonery.
J. I. FRUKIIAUK 1016 Farnhim Street.
Uutier and
ifoSnANE ft BCUROEDER , the oldest B. and E.
lonm In Nonraflkft putaWlnhwl 187G Omaha.
UKMttAL ,
BKBTAUKANT ,
MRS. A. RYAN ,
liulhwoot corner IQtband Dodni.
Boct Board tor the Monsy.
Satislactlon Quaranieed.
at J1 Hours.
Board by Iho Day. Week or llonth.
i 1 Good Tortns for C fh
FnrnliihMl Unoing Bupplled.
unrriatcoa ana lioad
< "M SNYDF.R , Uth and Ilamoy Streets. _
Olothlna Bought.
/ . IIAItKIS will p y highest Ctuihprlco for ceconi
urij clothing. Oorni-r.inth and FATiihtm.
uewu era.
JOHN IUUMER 131 * Farnham Street.
n. BEUTIIOLD , Rags and Mer l. _
Lumber Lime ana Ueme.ru ,
TO8TKR & OR-vY corner 8th and Donglm tl )
Lamp * and Ulastware.
I. BONNKR 1303 Uootflm Ht. Onod Variety
Merchant Tallora.
Q. A. LINDQUEST ,
) na ot our most pcpuhr Merchant Tailors Is le
tlvlng the latest dcetong for Spring and Summer
Jaoda for gentlemen wear. Styllih , durable
led irlcos low u ever SI 5 18th bet. Dow.&X'arn.
Millinery.
1108.0. A. RINQER , Wholesale and Betall , Tan
y Goods In treat variety , Zephyrs , Can ! Boards ,
Hosiery , Glove * , Corset * , ic. Cheapest Housa In
Ibe West , Purchasers uve SO per cent. Order
bvllall. 116 Fifteenth Street.
foundry.
/OIIK WKARNKABON8 cor. llth * Jackson tl
MouranU Feed.
9UAHAOIT7 MILLS , 6th and raraham It * . ,
Ifelahans Bros. , proprietors.
Grocer * .
C. BTEYENS , list between Coming and liar
t. A. MoailANE.Corn. KSdandCuminStreet * .
Hard wale , Iron and Otoel.
OLAN & LANQWOBTUT , Wholesale , 110 aaf
113 16th strict
A. HOLMES come 16th and California.
Marneaa , Uaddlai , ( ko.
P. WKIBT to 18th Bt , bet Farn. k Harney.
Hotels
&HPIELD HOUSE , Qoo. Cnfloldtth & Farnham
JORAN HOUSE , P. II. Cary , 913 Farnham St.
SLAVEN'S HOTEL , F , Striven , Uth 61.
Inntharn Hotel Qua. ll\mcl Otl.fe I nyonworth
rulnli. nnu ( .In * .
KUllK & CO.
'h > in clile , Fins V no Uoodn , Cor. Ittn oj
Doug In Mrooti
T. J , VmiTEIIOUFB , WbolcsuleRetail , WtUet ,
C. FJKLD , 202J ftotlh Hide Cumlnc Street.
PARR. Dm/glut , lotli > nd llo rd StroeU.
Oontlito.
3R. PAUL Wlllbmn HlocK Cor.
ury uuoo notiom , ttc.
JOHN H. 1' . LKuilANN & CO. ,
< tw VoiU Dry OooJi HIOJO. laio and U12 yarn-
bam etr t
j. C. Knewcla ilna liooto mid ohoe * & Ficlilo.
furuiiurc.
i if. OBOES. Nsw and floxmJ Hand Vuralture
nl Btous , lilt Douzus. H hiwl oub price
4ld lor second hand gouoj.
110NNKH 1BOB Doairla el. Fine cooJi 4c.
fcrco Works.
OVIAUA FKNCK CO ,
ilUt > T , rRIKa&irO mtUarneytlt. , Imprav *
il lea L'oiea , Ircc acd Wood Fences , 0 co
Hlo - . Conntf | Finn nrt W.lni ) .
fwnuroor .
ROSKNFBLD 10th at , , bet f r. ft IT t
Hetriiieriuorii , oaiiriolu H iuiu.
OOOPMAW 1th f > t. hoi K
Olgam and Tobacco.
WKST fc FRIT80BER , manufacturers ol CIgara ,
and Wholesale Dealersl n Tobacco * , 1805 Douulaa.
H V T/I1RMZICN mtniiftctiiror UiaFarnR.nl
riorltt.
A.Donagba .Dla
GO To CRAIG'S
Green Houie ITth and Webster itrcet , for
'Uutn. CouqueU. FIOMcra. Floral Detlgnu Jtc.
Cornice Worki.
Cornice Worki , Manufactaren Iron
Jorulco , Tin , Iron and tUato Hooding , Order *
rom any locality promptly executed In the bctt
manner. Koctory and Office im Harney bl.
O. Bl'KOIIT , Pronrlctor. ,
QalTknUed Iron Cornice * . Window Capt , etc. ,
uanufacturod and put up In any part of the
xuintry. T. HINHOI.D 4lH ThlrtMnth tre |
. BOKNER UOtDooxIutUeoi Good lint.
Oommlstton Merchant * .
JOHN a. WIL LISHH Dod s strrci.
0 B. HKKMER. for deuJli tea Urgfe adrerrl * *
mtnt In Dallr and W kU.
Olvll Engineer * und Ourveyor * .
AKDUKW ROSEWATER , Crelghton Block
Town Snrreyi , Ond and Bewerazo Syftemt
gpeclalty.
Clothing and f-urnlthlnic Qoo * I.
OEO. n. rKTKIlSON. Alee HaU , Caps , Boott ,
Shoe * Notion ! tnd Cntlerr , EOI & 10th re t
Show Oaio ManutactoryM
0. J. WILDB ,
Uanntactnrer and Dealer In all klndl ol Show
Cues , UpriRht CMM , ' . , 1817 CMS BL
FRAHK L. OEUilAUD , proprietor Omah
Show C M manufactory , 818 South 16th Btrccl
between Lowcnworth and M rcy. All Rood
warranted flnt-clms. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ovet ana mware.
A. DUintnaTKR ,
Dealer tn Stores and Tlntr re , and Utnnfkctnre
of Tin Iloola und all kind ) of Building Work
Odd Fellows' Block ,
J. CONNER. 1SOO D < m < rlBL oed and Cheap
Oeodi.
J. EVAK8 , Wholrtata and Retail Bred Drill * and
Coltlvatora Odd FeUoffs H IL
Hriytician * nna Ui/rneon * .
W. B. Oinns , U. D. , Ilooai No I , Crelghton
Block. Uth Btreet.
P. 8. LEI8BNHINO , At. D. Masonlo Block.
C. ! > , IIART , U , D. , Bye and Gar , opp. pogtolDce
DR. L. B. ORADDT.
Dcnllat and Anrint. H. W Uth and Firnhaui RI
PhotORrapnera.
OEO. HEYN , PHOP.
Grand Central Gallery ,
212 Sixteenth Oirrei.
near Maaonia Hall , tint-data Work and Prompt
neg * giiarantoep
Plumnino , Uai ana aieam r-ming ,
P. W. TARPY & CO. , 216 U Hi , bet. Farnham
and Douglao. Work prorap y attended to.
P. riTZPATRlOK.
Intlng nn aper
A. KOSTKU3. 1 1 Dodge Btreel.
Oriooutoret.
Phillip L n 7U r > rnham rr Itf 18th A 14th
Ueconu nana btoro.
FKRHINS b LEAR , 1416 DouglM BL , Now and
Second Hand Furnlturo , UOUM iSirnlshlng Ooods ,
ke. . rxmyht nd nold nn n rrow
CHAB. R1KWB. 10 Farnhnm be . 10th * lltd
00 Oont 8torei.
P. O BAflKHH furahtrg 1 . TTI-
bnlooni.
miNRY If AUFUAKN ,
In ln new brick block on Douglu Ctrool , ha
Juit opened a moat elegant BOOJ H ll.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
flvery dy.
" Caledonia " J. FALCONER ? B 18th Btreel.
PnOPOSALS.
FOR THE CONTRUCTION OF INDIAN
BOAKDINO SCHOOL.
UNITED ETATKJ INDIAN SRRVICR , 1
PINR RIDOR AOWCT , Dakota , Juno 1 1BS2. J
Scaled proposals , Indorsed proposals. In trip
licate , for the erection of on Indian boarding
school at this agency , In accordance with plans
and specifications on ( llo with the Chief Quarter
muter , Department Plat to , ot tho.Onmha , Neb.
and dlrocttd to the undcrnlirncd , c re of the
Chief Quartermaster , Department of the Plattc ,
Omaha , Nob. , will bo rcichcJ until 12 o'clock
noon on Saturday , July 1,183.2.
The contmctor will bo allotted thciisool the
agency mill to cut such lum or as lie may desire
not to cxwccd ICO.OOJ feet , all the labor of opcr
Ling mill to bo hired by the contractor , t'o Mm
bcr to bo obtained outbid * the reservation , and
the mill turned bock In as good order as when re
celrod by him.
Contract to bo avsardcd to lowest responsible
bidder , eubjoct to the approval of. tha De
partment of iho Interior.
Proposals must sta a length rf time rcqulroi
for completion ot bulKilng , of the approval o
contract and must be accompanied by a ccrtlhci
( .hock upon some United Btatis Depository , pay
ablototce undersigned for at Icaat ( Ho (5) ) per
cent. t > t the amount of the propgsil , which chock
shmllbc forfeited to the UnitedStatoln case any
bidder receiving the awarl thill fall to execute
promptly a contract with go d and BUlIIcKi )
sureties according to the terms of his bid , other
wlsa to bo returned to the bidder. No bid in
excels of $15 03) will bo considered.
Building to bo ef lumber , main portion to be
twi story 80x10 ; r ddltlon i o bo ono story 22x100.
For further Information address iho under
signed , at PlnoBld o Aucncy , Daknra.
V. T. Mo'JlLLYCUDDY ,
m30-18t Unltcxl states Injlan AUU it.
jtea suffering * fromdys-
pepsuorindlgeBtlan In any form , arotdvlscd , for
: ho sake of their own bodily and mental com tort ,
; o try Ho tetter' titomach B tters. Ltdlos o
.ho most delicate constitution testify to its harm
e and roitoratUe properties. Plualclans
iverywhere , dlsguited with the adulterated
iquors of tcmmerce , proscribe It ai thoiafo l
and most reliable of alletomachlcs ,
For sale by all druggist * and dealers generally
alto ml
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE
cdy. An un
failing cure
i for tiomtna ]
Weaknose ,
Bporm&tor *
rhea , Impot-
cncy , and all
Dlsooseathat'
' ' "
BEFCRETAKIHQ. 'ue'nc" AFTER TARIHO ,
icII-Abimi ; on Lof 3 of Memory , Unlvcroal Lassl-
udo , Pain In the Hack , Ulinnuaa of VUlon , Pra-
nature Old Agu , mid lutny other Dlaoisea that
cad to Inuuity or Consumption and a 1'rcma-
turo Urave ,
iarFull particulars in our pamtihlet , nhlch
we desire to tend trco t v mall to every ono.
tJTTlio ( Jpcclflo Mcdlclno la iold by all drug Uti
at 91 per package , or 6 pack tC8 for $5 , or vdll
io wilt Ircu by mat ) on reel ptof the money , by
a TIIUORA iEDICINK CO. ,
Buffalo , N. V.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
"he Most Quccossful Remedy eior dlscov-
red , a > it Ig certain In Its cllccta and deed not
iliator , nKAD 1'ROOFHKLOW. Also oicellout
or human flesh.
PROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN ,
Washington ) llle , Ohio , Juno 17 , 1631. 1 > K
1. J , KKSDALL , 4 ; Co. : Ueiita IteAdlngyourod-
ertlscmont In Turf , Field and Farm , ot jour
Ccndli's Spavin Cure , a d Iming \aluable
nj , ccdy h rjo which had boon lame from
pavlnlor clattocn inontlu , I sent tojou for a
wltlo by eiprou , which i i six woeka rcmoicd
II lameuew and onlargtimeut and a largo spltat
rom another hone , and both hones are to-day
utouml a.1 colta , Thoone bottle as worth to
ma one hundred. dollar * . Itoepcetfully
O'.rs , II. A. H. . KTOLITT , M , D.
Son J ( or Illastrated circular git Ing positive
roof. Trlcoll. All Drugvlbta have It or can
etltfor > ou. Dr. B. J. Kendall A Co' , Pro-
Tlctors. Kucwlmrvh Falls , Vt.
SOLb BY ALL DRUGGISTS ,
d-wly
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
Dr. E , onvwfNcnTiMinfuraTu Troatment-
.rpeclfiofor lltiterla , Dlulnotu , Convulsions ,
[ ervoui Headache , llontM Dqirosdon , Loaa ol
lemoryBpcrmatorrhaaIuipotouy , Intoluntary
millions , Premature Old Age , caused by ovcr-
xertlon , lolf-abuie , or over-Indulgence , which
eadt to misery , decay and death. One box will
ure recent cases. E h box contains one month's
riatment. One dollar a box , or ilx boxe * fore
\e dollars , ' sent by mall prepaid on receipt of
rice.V'e eu rantca six boxes to euro any case.
Vlth each order received by us for six boxes , ac
companied with five dollars , will send the pur-
hater our written guarantee to return the
uoney If the treatment does not cnVct a euro.
0. / . Ooodmau , Druiffflat , Sol * . Wholesale and
cirul Agent , Omaha , K b. Order * by mall at
ttalUvrlce. diwlv
BITTERS
It yon taller from Dyspepsia , USD
BURDOCh. < LOOD BITTERS
If you are aflllcUd lth nilioueness , UM
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you are prostrated with sick Headache , take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yonr Bowels are disordered , regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yonr Blood Is mpnre , purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yon have Indigestion , yon will find an anttdoU
In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you are troubled with Spring Complaints , er
adicate them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
Ifyont LKcrls IcrptJ , restore It to healthy actloi
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
H your Llm Is affected , you will flnd a sure re
storatlve In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have any species of Humor or Flmpte , fa
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you hao any symptoms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curative remedy will bo found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Imparting strength and vitality tothesyi
tern , nothing can equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up th
rystcra Ith BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
Price. ai.OO Dot Bottle ; Trial Dottlet 10 CU
FOSTER , MILBUBH , & Oo , , Props
BUFFALO. N. Y.
Sold at wholcsalo by lib & McMahon and 0. F
Ooodmtn. | e 27 eod-me
; It jou nri u
. r m n ff IPV _ .
entd l > fttjo BxriUn or tprKtolUncoTcrnil ?
Tour dut'cs oTolii night wort , to rca
Hjnulliilnnnd utc torft brain nerve and
Hop Bittoroi utti tuu Hop O >
If you ore youriK ntl I B enrrcrlni ; ( i-om ktiy It ,
dlsc tlon or dl'ilpal etluni It you lirem : -
rlca or fclnpie , old or S 'ounc , suircrln ? froti
poarhealtu or Unculcn I 3lnK ou & boa - Ucli
iieiui , nl ? on H O p I 1 Blttors.
. , llirjwinasdiB lit-
\VJ-oorcr you ore.
whfneTer you feel rraall/ from * , > ra
that nyslcm ' 1 form of Kivinor
yonr
ncedn clcnnslnit. ton pcllss& a chat mlRbt
Ins or fitlnmmtinir , , hare brenprefcnivQ
wltliout < iiloxMi 1 1 brfi tlmoly n ocl
Snlco Hop
BlttO .
Or I. O
U aa cbsclctb
j.lam , dUea e
and Irresl tft'
ot t * > tromurn ,
bio Tci
. c u r e
fcnire' * , blood. nk
nnoDJ
Uverointmat
of bpltrr ,
You will tie tcbaooo , o"
euredltyoUKse EAICOtlCi.
Hop Blttor *
If you u slm
riy weak uul
loweplrltcd.try NEVER
It t It may
ave your FAIL
llfo. It-has
saved hun R heicr , Re T
dreds , JtT.ronto , OoL
Disease Is an f fleet , not a cause. Its origin It
within ; its manifestitlons vjlthout. fence , to
euro the disease the CAUSRmUBt ba removed , and
n no other way can n euro ever Ye effeotcd.
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arlie from deranged kidneys and
Ivcr , and It etilkcs at once at the root of the
difficulty. The elements of which It Is composed
act directly upon these great organs , both na a
rooo at > d RKBTORIR , and , by placitK them In a
healthy , condition , drlvo disease and pain from
Ibe syitcm. ,
For the Innumerable tronb'ca caused by un-
icalthy KIdnejs. Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
.ho dietrewlnp Disorders of Women ; for Malaria.
and physical derangements generally , this greal
remi dy ha ) no equal. lit ware of Impostors , Ira-
tatlons and concoctions said tn be Just as good.
or sale by all dealers.
HU. . WARNER & CO. ,
" > RoohMtor N. Y-
The Great Lnglish Remedy
'
- .Keicr falls to cute
Nervous Debility. VI-
Ital Exhaustion , Emls-
lilons , Seminal Woak-
Inessed.LOBTMAN
11HOOD , and all the
j tll cdects of youth-
ijful follies and execs-
lies. It etopa pcrrna
Inently all weakening.
| oluntar > ' loaats and
lilrnlnH upon the BJS-
Itcrn , the Inevitable re-
. . . . "suit of these ovilnrac-
Ices , nhlch are so destruotlvo to mind and ix > dy
and make life miserable , oltcn leading to lueanl-
y and death. It strengthens the NcrvosUraIn ,
mcmorjf Dlood , Muscles. I > liostho and Uopro-
ducthoUunng. It rostwos tall the organic
unctlrns their former \lifor nndItallty , ma-
Mnj , ' llfo cheerful and onjojablo. Trlcu , $3a
iQttle , or four times the quantity 310. Sent by
cxprexa. accuro from oluKnatlon. to any address ,
on receipt of price. No. 0. 0. D. bent , except
on receipt of ? 1 as a guarantee. Letters rj
uotitlng answers must Inclose stamp ,
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills
re tt > best and cheapest djepepsla and bllllous
uro 1 1 the market , bold by ell druggists. Price
Da , MINTIE'S KIDNBT IIEUHDT , NKFRVTICIIM ,
Cures ill kind of Kidncyand bladJcreomplalntc.
onorrbva , kloot and Icucorrhoa. For tale oy all
.augglsto : fla bottle.
ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
718OlhcSt. , St. Louis , Mo.
Tor Ealo tn Omaha by
C , F. GOODMAN.
JauJl-lv ,
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT CultOPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J , B. Simpson's Specific
II ts a positive care for tipermatoirhea , Scmma
'ocknou. IrnpoUncy , and all dlbotecs resuitluj
cm Kcll-Abuaj , tn Mental Anxiety , Lo i
[ einory , Pains In tbo Back or Side , and dlscfisat
-
"
Consumption
" > '
Tne Specific
Uodl lue "
being used
Kith nronder-
( ul euccoos.
PamphleU
tut trot to all. Wrtta Icr tbtui tad ; et full par-
cuUri.
Price , Specific , 11.00 per package , or klx pack.
igca for IJ.OO. Addrodi all orden to
U. U1USON MEDICINE CO.
No * . 101 and lOd Main fat BuOalo , N. Y ,
Sold In Omaha by 0. r. Ooodman , J. W. Hell ,
. K. lib , and all orttinfllUevsnrwncra.
* 1d w
W.B. MILLARD. K , V. JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Pock & Bauehors Lard , and Wilber Mills Flour
OMAHA , - - NEB
REFERENCES :
OMAHA 1SATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS ,
Boots and Shoes.
OMAHA , - - - - . NEB.
O. IE1.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
Window and Plate Glass.
contemplating bullnln ? store , bank , or any other fine . front , will flnd tt to their ad >
lantago to corses end with ui bcforo purchasing their Plato Glass.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - . - - HER.
B1. O. 3VCOIiG.Isr3 !
WHOLESALE GE001E.
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha , Neb.
WHOLESALE-
LUMBER , GOAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts , ,
-DEALERS IN-
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proo X
. N
1020. Farn ham Street ,
STEELE , ; JHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies ,
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
GIGMS AHD MAMAGTira TOBACCO.
igauts for BKHWQOD BAILS Aft ) LAFHH ft BAUD POWBBB C
HENRY LEHMANN ,
JOBBER OF
AND
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARN AM ST. - - OMAHA
r/QOLESALE AND R T1'AIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BUNDS , FOLDINGS , Llf/JE ; GEE EMT
jarSTATK iQENl FOR MILWAUKEE CEiUJHI OOUPANYJ
STear Union Pacific Depot , - - OMAHA NEB
\
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings , J
IALLADAY WIND-MILLS CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L , STRANG205 Fa " fit , , Omaha

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