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r THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FBI DAY. DECEMBER 30 , 1881.
THE DAILY BEE.
* OMAHA PUQLI8HINQ CO. , PROPRIETORS.
f ? 010 Farnham , bet. Oth and 10th Street * .
TEKMS Of SUnsciUPTION ,
da copy 1 year , In adrancopo ( tpAld ) $10.00
0 month ! " " . . . 8.01
month " " . . . 3.00
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
nXSCARD CmCAQO , ST. rift , MIXXKArOUS AND
,0 > IAIIA RAILROAD.
Leave Omaha Pjuwensor No. S , 8:30 : . m. Ac-
< eotnmodaUon No. 4 , M Op. m.
Arrive Omaha Passenger No. kl , 6:50 : p. m ,
, Accommodation No. 3,10:50 : n. m.
HAVING OMAHA RAST OK BOOTn BOOKD.
a , a & O. 7:40 : ft. m. 3:10 : n. m.
C. t N. W. , 7:40 : s , m. 3:40 : rn m.
a , n. I. ft r. , 7:401 : , a 5:40 : p. m.
K. a , St , J. A 0. 3. , leaves nt 8 a. m. and 6SO :
p. m. Arrives at St. Louis at 0:50 . m. and 5:52 :
m.W. , St. L. A P. , leave * at 8 B. m. and 3:40 : p.
in. Arrives at St. Louis At 0:10 : a. m. and 7:30 :
WRM OR sotrrmrxm. !
B. k It. In Neb. , Through ExprnH , 8M : a. m ,
D. Ai U. Lincoln Kxproau 0:20 : p. tu.
13 P. Overland Express , 12:15 : p. m.
O. & n V. ( or Lincoln , 11:41 : a. m.
O. A It. V. ( or Oscoola. 0:40 : a , m.
V. P. freight No. E , 6:30 : a. m.
'U. P. freight No. 9 , 8:20 : a. m.
'U. P. freight No. 13 , 2W : p. m.
< D. P. ( rolght No. 7 , 6:10 : p. m. emigrant.
. -P. | Denver expreiw , 7:35 : p. m.
'U. P. ( nlrht No 11 , 11-30 p. m.
( U. P. Denver frcluht , 8:25 : p. m.
AKUVUIO FROM AST AKB fCDTD.
a 0. * O 6KW a. m. 7:25 p m.
< . * N. W. , 0:46 : a. m. 7:2S p. m.
a B. L & P. . 0:46 : a. m.-9OS p. m.
. a , 8L Jo k 0 a , 7:40 : a. m.lB : p.m.
iuirna raox TOR s t AJTO Mtrnrmsn.
vO. R. V. ( ram Lincoln 1.03 p , m.
.U. P. Pacific Exproas 9:2i : p. m.
D * M. In Neb. , Through Kxpnw4lS p m.
B. k U. Lincoln Expresg 9:40 : a m.
TU. P. Denver oxpron , 7S& : o. m.
D. P. Freight No. 14 2:60 : p. m.
1U. P. No. 0 6:10 : a. m. Emlfrant.
'U. P. freight No. II , 1S:16 : p. m.
tU. P. No 8-0:00 : p. m.
D. P. No. 12 1:46 : a. m.
IU. P. Denver freight , 1:10 : a , m.
O. * lU V. mixed , ar. 4:45 : p. to.
tnorr TBAIXS BSTWRM OMAHA JUTD
cotuuii BLtnrn. .
iLwro Omaha at BM , 0:00 : , 10K10 and 11KIO
m. ; IA 2:00 : , 3:00 : , 4:00 : and 6.-00 p. ro.
Le re Council Bluffs at 8:26 : , 8:26. : 10:25 : and
11:15 . m. ; 1:26 : , 2:26 : , 3:26 : , 4:25 and 6:25 : p. m.
Sundays The dummy Icavta Omaha at 0:00
. od 11:00 a. m. ; 2:00 : , 4:00 : and 5:00 : p. m. Loavoa
Council "luffs at 9:16 : and 11:16 a. m. ; 2:26 , 4:26
" aad ( :25 p. m ,
ThrooRh and local passcnecr trains between
Omaha and Coim 11 muffs. Leave Omaha 6il6 ,
7:45 : , 8:50 : a. m. ; 3:10 : , 6:45 : , 0CO : p. m. Arrive
Omaha 7:40,11:36,11:45 : a. m. ; S:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:16 : ,
: i:40 . m.
_ _ _ _ . _
Opening an4 Closing of Mflls.
RODTB. OfM. OM8R.
a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m.
Chicago & N. W . 11.00 9:00 6:30 : 2:40 :
'Chicago , R I. & Fadflc. 11:00 9KM 6:30 : 2:40 :
-Chicago B. & Q. . . , . .11:00 : 9:00 : 5:30 2:40 :
WabSh ! . . . . 12:30 : 5:30 : 2:40 :
Sioux City and I'ftclflc. . 0:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
"Union Pacific . X ) 11:40 :
4KW 11:40 :
.B.SM. InNob . 4:00 : 8:10 :
Omaha & Bloui City. . . . 6:00 : 7:30 :
n. A M. Lincoln . 10:30 : 6:00 :
0. P. Lincoln , Sunday. . . 1:30 : 11:00 :
U. P. Denver Exo . :00 : 0:30 :
O. , Sioux City & St. P. . .11:00 MO
Local malls for State of Iowa leave but once a
day , vlx : 0:80 a.m. .
Office open Sundays from 12 m , to 1 p. m.
TT10S. F HALL P U.
Abstract and Real batata.
JOHN L , McOAOUE , opppclto Poet Office.
W. B. BARTLETT 317 South 18th Street.
DUFBEMK & MENDELS30I1N , ARCHITECT8
Boom 14. Crolghton Block.
A. T. LARGE Jr. , Room 2 , Cielghton Block.
Boot * and Shoo * .
JAMES DIVINE & co. ,
. .ffln * Boot * and Shoes. A good assortment o !
'kome work on hand , corner 12th and Barney.
TH08. KRICK80N , 8. E. cor. 16th and Douglas.
-005 10th street , manufactures to order good work
> t faUr prices. c Bepalringdono. _ ,
- Bed Spring * .
I. K LARJUMKR Manulactarir. 1617 DbarlasiL
Books , News and Stationery.
J. L FRUEHAUF 1015 Farnham Street.
Butter and Eggs.
MoQHANE & 8CHROEDER , the oldest B. and B.
-UonselnNebtuka ostobllahod 1875 Omaha.
MRS. A. RYAN ,
toathwe t corner IBthand Dodge.
Best Board for the Honoy.
( Ueals at nil Qonrs.
Board by the Day , Week or Month.
Good Terms ( or Cash.
Furnished Rnnms Supplied.
Carriages and Road Wagons.
WH 8NYDER , 14th and Harney Streets.
JOHN BAUUER 1314 Fomham Street
, H. BERTHOLD , Rags and Metal.
Lumber , Lima and Oament.
FOSTER & GH.iY corner Bth and Douglas Hit.
Lamps and Glassware.
J. BONNER 1309 DoozUs St Good Variety.
0. A LINDQUE3T ,
One of our most f cpular Merchant Tailors is re
ceiving the latest designs ( or Spring and Summer
-Hoods for gentlemen 8 wear. Styllali , durable ,
vacd prices low as ever 216 ISth bet Doiur.i Farn.
UBS. 0. A. RINGER , Wholesale and Retail , Fan
cy Goods In great variety , Zephyrs , Card lioarcln ,
Hosiery , Gloves , Corsets , &c. Cheapest House In
* the West Purchasers save 30 per cent. Order
br Uall. 116 Fifteenth Street
JOHN WEARNE & SONS , cor. 14th & Jackson et
Hour and Feed.
OMAHA CITY MILLS , Sth and Farnham St > . ,
Welshans liros. , proprietirs.
Z. STKVENS , 21st between Cumlng and liar
T. A. McSHANK , Corn. 23d and Cumlnpr Htrects.
Hardwaie , Iron and Oteel.
OLAN & LANa\yOUTHY , Wholesale , 110 an < "
112 16th etrcet
A. HOLMES corner IMh and California.
Harness , Saddles , &c.
B. WKIST JO 18th St. bet FarnKarney. .
; ANFIELD HOUSE , Oeo. Canflcld.Oth & Farnh oi
kDORAN HOUSE , P II. Cary , 013 Farnham Ht.
BLAVEN'S HOTEL. F. Slaven , 10th St.
'Southern Hotel Gua. llaincl Oth &Lcavcnwortb
0 HAW will pay highest Cuh price for second
< hand clothlnp , Corner 10th and Farnham.
Drugs , Paints and Oils.
-Phirmadii 4) , Fin * v nc Itooih , Cor. 16tn *
"H. I , WnrrCHOUPE , Wbolemle * R/itall , Kth it
C. FIELD , 2021 North Side Cumlng Street
PABR , DrugKbt , 10th and Howard Street * .
iDR. PAUL , Williams' Block Cor. 16th A Do-lge.
Dry Goods Notions , Etc.
JOHN H. t. LEtlMANN & CO. ,
N w York Dry Goods Store , 1310 and 1312
L.C. Enewold also boots and shoe * 7th A Padfle.
A r. OROBS , New and Btuond Hand Furniture
nd Stores , 1114 DOUZIU. Highest cub price
aid ( or second hand goooi.
BONNER 1809 Doorta st. Fine iroodi , &c
OMAHA FENCE CO.
. aUBT , FRIFJ & CO. , 1213 Harney St , toprovo.
od Ice Boxei , lion and Wood Fences , OKce
"Oaillctr , Countera of Pine and Walnutf )
Olgar * and Tobacco ,
WEST A FIUT8CI1KR , manufactur n ot Clgart ,
and Vholmale Denlersl n Tobaccoa , 1S06 DoiiKlan.
f , F. LORKNZKN manufacture r 1410 Farnham
A. Donaghne , plants , cut flower * , * di , MxjneU
Ic. N , W. cor. 10th and DouclM streets.
Olvll Engineers and Surveyor * .
ANDREW ROSF.WATF.il. Crclghton Rlock ,
'own Surveys , Oradi and Sewerage Systems a
JOHN 0. WIL L1S.UU Doilge Street
D B. DEEMER. ForttctalU oo large advertise
ment In Dallr and Weekly.
Vcstcrn Cornice Works , Manufacturers Iron
Mrnlce , Tin , Iron and Slate lloofllng , Onlers
rom any locality promptly execute * ! In the beet
manner. Factory and OfUco 1213 Harney St
C. SPECItT , Proprietor.
Jalranlted Iron Uornlcva , Window Caps , etc. ,
manufactured and put up In any part of the
country. T. SINHOLD 410 Thirteenth street
J. BONNKIl 1309 Douglas street Good lint.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
GRO. H. PETERSON. Aim Hats , Caps , Boots ,
Ihoee. Notion * and Cutlery , 804 8.10th street
Refrigerators , Canfleld'a Patent.
0. F. GOODMAN llth St bet Farn. A Harney.
Show Oasa Manufactory. )
0. J. WILDE ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kinds of Show
Cases , Upright CMOS , ft 1317 Cose St
FRANK L. GERHARD , proprietor Omaha
Show Case manufactory , 818 South Iflth street ,
between Learcnworth and Marcy. All goods
warranted Bret-dot * .
R08KNPKLD. 10th St. . h > . far , at Har
Stove * ana Tinware.
> ealer In Btorn and Tinware , and Manufacturer
of Tin Roofs and all kinds of Building Work ,
J. BONNER. 1309 Douglas Bt Good and Cheap.
J. EVANS , Wholesale and Retail Seed Drills and
Cultivators , Odd Fellows Hall.
Physicians and Burgeons.
W. B. GIBBS , U. D. , Room No s , Orelghton
Block , 16th Street
P. S. LEI8ENR1NO , II. D. Masonic Block.
0 , L. HART , M. D. , Ky * and. Ear , oj > p. postoffice
DR. L. B. GRADDY.
Oculist and Aurist. B. W 15th and Farnham Bts
Photographer * .
GEO. IIEYN , PROP.
Grand Central Gallery ,
212 Sixteenth Street.
near klasonlc Hall. Bint-class Work and Prompt.
Plumblnft , Qas and Steam Fitting.
P. W.TARPY tCO..2181SthHt , bet Farnham
and Douglas. Work promptly attended to.
1 > . ? ITZPATRICK. 1409 Douglas Street.
Painting an aper anglng.
A. KOSTKRS. 141 Dodge Street
Phillip Lang , 1320 Farnham et. bet 18th A llth.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS A LEAR. 1418 Douglas St. New and
Iccond Hand Furniture , House Furnishing Goods ,
EC. , bourht and sold on narrow margins.
HENRY HAUFMANN ,
n the now brick block on Douglas Street , has
Just opened a most elegant BeeJ Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 18
1 Caledonia "J FALCONER 67916th Street
Undertaker * .
OHAS. RIEWE , 101V Farnham bet 10th & lltd.
00 Cent Stores.
P 0. HACKUS. 1206 Farnham St. . Fancy Goods
I f you are man V Vlf you are a
, of Cu' lne.ivrcak' V nmu of lev
enrd by the ( train of Vf ti-ntotlinKOTarrtrl
your Uutlos avoid W nlKbt work , to re §
Btlmnlantsrtnd u * BJ torobrftlunonretind
Hop Bitt r . w , lue.Hop B.
If TOU are roona and Hsnfforlna from anr It.
discretion or dftslpa Btluui if you are mar
ried or single , old orHjrounjr.suIfprlnii'from
poorhealtnorlanffUuliHInf ? on > Ded 01 sick *
ceo , rely on H o pH Bitter * *
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ply weak and
low spirited , try NEVER
itt it may OF BMTOS
Ufa. It hni
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dred * . I A Toronto , Out.
PLAINIM MILL CO , ,
Des Moines , Iowa.
Manufacturers of 8A8H , DOORS , BLINDS ,
BRACKETS , MOULDINGS , &O.
Great reduction In Bank Counters , Plans fur
nished , and work furnltbod In all kinds of bard
or eoft wood. Counters finished in oil when do-
ilred. Shelving of nil kinds furnished and put
nto building ready for paint on short notice
Our workmen are the best mechanics that can be
procured , Save money by giving us your con
Stairs , Newels and Baluster * .
Our foreman In this deportment waa former ! }
with Frost Manufacturing Co , c Chicago ,
Ills , and has dona some of the Qnost Stair work
n the Northwest.
Orders bv ninll nromntlv aUendnl rn. o9Q m
Free to Everybody !
A Beautiful Book for the Asking.
By applying personally at the nearest office
of THE 8INUiil JIANUFAOTUKINCJ CO. ( or
jy } H > atal card If at a distance. ) any ADULT per ,
sou wll | be presented with a beautifully llius-
rated copy of a Now Hook entitled
GENIUS REWARDED ,
STORY OF THE SEWING MACHINE
containing a handsome and costly steel engrav
ing frontlsplcrco ; also , d finely engraved wood
cuts , and bound In an elaborate blue nnd gold
lithographed cover. No charge whatever Is made
for this handsome book , which can bo obtained
only by application at the branch and aubor
dlnato offices of The Singer Manufacturing Co.
THE 8INOEK MANUFACTURING CO , ,
Principal Office , Si Union Square , Now York
PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
A Sure Cure Found at Lastl
A sure cure Tor Blind , lileedlnjr , Itching snd
Ulcerated I'lles h a been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr , William's
Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the
wont Chronic cues ef 25 or SO jcars standing. No
one need sutler five minute * alter applying tkU
wonderful nothing medicine. Lotions , Instru
ments ami electuaries do more harm than good ,
William's Ointment absorbs the tumors , alUyi
the Intense Itching , ( partlculaaly at night after
getting warm In bed.Jacta as poultice , glvca In
stant and painless relief , and Is prepared only for
Piles , itching ; of the private parts , and ( or ootb
Head what the lion J. II CcfBnberry ef Cleve-
and tars about Dr. Wllllam'i Indian Pile Oint
ment : I hava uwd scoroa of I'lles cures , and II
For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt o :
price , (1.00.
HENRY & CO. . Pj-op'r. . ,
For sale by 0 , F Goodman.OctlOcleodftwanwir
The Matrimonial Ventures of Certain
0\th" In the Cincinnati Knqulrcr.
In former days marriages between
olitical families , north and south ,
voro very common. They are so un
common now that people read with
curiosity how President Arthur's wife
waa a Virginia naval olHcer's daughter.
[ recollect in my boyhood walking out
o aoe old Colonel Chew , nf Phlladol-
) hia , who was a son of n great chief
ustico of Pennsylvania , and his sister
narricd James M. Mason , the rebel
iommissionor to Europe. Around the
3how house was fought the battle of
3ormiuito\vn. Old Colonel Chow
ookcd n little like one of the Apostles
> f Christ , nnd a little like n crazy man ,
; Io had curious , long , rinqlottod hair ,
nnd , I think , wore knee breeches. Ho
"md n furious enmity with his brothor-
, nlaw , Mnson , nnd hailed the break-
,1 , % out of the war , because the thought
t would result in having Mason
Philadelphia , when I was a boy
: h ro , was filled with southern wives
mil sons-in-law. There wns Pierce
Butler. Ho married Fani > y Komblo ,
anioconf Mrs. Siddona , and I think ,
in aunt of Nelly Q rant's husband ,
Fanny Koniblo catno to Philadelphia
with her father to piny , and
: his Philadelphia slnvo-plantor
eont her splendid presents
and * proposed. They had two
children , but aho soon found that hit
arrogant slave-bred style nnd close
supervision ever her English exorcises
on horseback , etc. , was nothiucr. loss
, han slavery. At the outbreak of the
war the mob wont to Butler's house
and played n very threatening serenade ,
and no jumped the city , and I think ,
was ruined in the war.
Jay Gould has a plain , sensible
'amily , to which he gives all the atten
tion compatible with his vast schemes
nnd speculations. Ho soonipd to have
adopted the policy of bringing his
children up simply and naturally , in
stead of Haunting their names in the
newspapers as bridesmaids , best men ,
party queens , eto. From what I
licar , his son , Ucorgo Gould , is a good
deal of a gentleman careful about
the social amenities ; and although
jould ! is seldom popular in Now York
business circles , his family lifo is
always mentioned with respect.
Colonel Thomas A. Scott , having
married early in lifo and beconio n
widower with children , marri' d con
siderably later the daughter of a ro-
spectublo editor in Pittsburg , who was
very well bred , but had , I think ,
earned her living for a while as an
amateur artist. She kept excellent
company , and was recommended to
Mr. Scott as u woman who would raise
us social grade , and accompany him
; o higher positions if ho should bo
called to them. Colonel Scott had
; ho Presidency on his mind for seine
years. Though at ono time it looked
is if his estate would turn out less
; han nothing , the rise of value floated
t off , and left Mrs. Scott a rich widow
nnd all the family in fine circum
Col. Forney , who died the other
lay , married while a young printer , a
ady in the town where ho sprang up.
While ho was Clerk of Congress and
iditor of the financial organ of Pierce
10 accumulated some property , nnd
tains at the time intimate with
President Buchanan , the latter bo-
some trustee for Mrs. Forney in near-
y a block of houses ndjacmit to the
lostoiticc. When , some years after
ward , Forney and Buchanan
quarreled , the ox-President refus
ed to sign away the property as
is trustee , fearing that Forney
neant to uao the money.to attack him.
Buchanan , you may remember , never
married. It is related in Lancaster
that ho was engaged to a delightful
woman , but with his cold nature ho
treated her once so disdainfully that
she died. Harriet Lane , Buchanan's
niece , a fine looking woman , did not
marry either , through consideration
for. her uncle , until ho had boon long
out of the presidency. I observed
that Colonel Scott's friend , Governor
Durtin , had a daughter among the
bridesmaids at the Yandorbilt wed
ding Mr. Curtin had another daugh
ter married to the eldest son of
Henry Sagi > , ono of two or throe
wealthy men in Henry Ward Becchor's
church , nnd an cndowor of the Cor
I read to-day that the father of
General Sickles , a man at least < -hty ! ;
years of ago , had just been married
ai/aiii , and had issued cards for the
wedding. Sickles' father was a
shrewd old follow , very indifferent to
public opinion , who made considera
ble money in Now York state , getting
in about 1850 , when Now York began
to shoot up. Ho alway had a wife
of some kind , and people hero are
wondering whether his last match is
not an intimation to Daniel Sickles
; hat' ho does not moan to dispose of
iiis money eccentrically.
The marriage of James Madison ,
which took place in Philadelphia
while he waa a member of Congress ,
end already n ninn of middle ago , is
chiefly remarkable for the gayety and
social assumption of his wife , nnd for
the lauiPiitablo sack of JIT estate by
her son by her first marriage. Madi-
son's wife was keeping n boarding
house in Philadelphia whontho future
president stopped there. Shu was a
ruspectablo Virginia Quaker. She
was the first wife of a president to
lead the political circle , although it is
not recorded that she had either much
wit or a uood education. Her power
was in her manner that delighted the
men something like a full grown up
coquette. Poor Madison had to pay
debts , gambling and otherwise , of hif )
stepson , to the end of his.days , nnd
then this scapegrace ruined his moth-
George lliggs , who recently died in
Washington , leaving a fortune of
about 85,000,000 , had a daughter
married in the family of Arundol , the
samp Lord who married a daughter to
Cecil , Lord Baltimore. Riggs was a
widower , who sought consolation in
the platonic society of an editor's
widow who had great power to fanci-
nato , and whoso estate , small as it
was , he brought up to something ro
Mr , Corcoran , the neighbor and
partner of Mr. Riggs , was the eon ol
a shoemaker nt Georgetown , born in
Ireland , but who became mayor ol
Georgetown , Corcoran had the social
passion strong , and jio pressed to
marry the daughter of Comniodoro
Morris , of the navy.
The most harmonious family thai
over llvod in the white homo was
Martin Van Huron nml his sons. Ho
ind married his couin , who died
, 01111 ? ; , and the president brought up
lis boys to share every confidence ho
! iml. Yet , on the whole , the climax
of the family wns indiHerontly well.
Don Cameron's wifn , who is con.
sldorod to bo ono of the brightest
adios in Washington , if not the
erulor of the administration society
: here , was the poor daughter of Judge
Sherman , of Cleveland.
Stephen Docalur , probably the
nest high-toned man the American
lavy over know , hntl n singular mnr-
rinfjo. His wife wns illegitimate ,
though ho did not know it till
afto ho lind married her.
3ccntur married her , nnd nftor his
loath it wns nllogod that she nimod to
narry old Charles Carroll , of Carroll-
on , himself. Dccatur was very in
dignant when he found this secret out ,
and would hava no money from his
nthor-in-law. You will tuul this nil
old in the scandal-loving book of
DonJAinin Ogle Taylor , which gives n
description of all the houses on Lv
? ayotto square , Washington , and all
, heir tenants.
It was not uncommon in Maryland ,
n days near the Revolutionary war ,
'or marriages to bo uncelebrated ,
Charles Carroll , of Carrollton , the last
surviving signer of the Declaration of
Independence , refused to leave Eng-
and for the United States , after ho
ind Finished his studios , until his
hthor would go nnd marry his mother.
They were Catholics , and up to the
Revolutionary war the Catholic wor
ship wns rot loual in America , and , of
course , Catholic marriages were not.
Stiih examples spread in the lower
walks , anil Mrs. Docntur's father had
icr of an Irish woman wholivod at his
iron works nt Elkridgo , near the Itolny
louso. As ho made nor his daughter ,
lowover , and educated her At the
jest schools of the day , whore her
schoolmates were Charles Carroll's
raud-dauchtors , nothing was
cnown of the matter. Prince
Jerome Bonaparte preferred Inr
, o Miss Patterson , whom ho married ;
} ut an nnnoymous letter sent to her
'athor by a Frenchman acquainted
with the true intentions of the prince
, o go through the form of matrimony
noroly to debauch the young woman.
Stephen Girard , the rich Philadel-
) hian , who was a curious compound
> f the miser nnd the philanthropist ,
the infidel and the Quaker ,
mirriod unhappily , and according
to general tradition wns very
unkind to his wiio. Yet ho loft
ho best handled estota ever given in
his country , or perhaps , in nnyotlior ,
o a charitable need. His principal
competitor in making loans was rich
\h. \ Hidgwny , "whoso daughter and
loir married Dr. Bush. Ho was a
tudious man , with a moral tendency.
His wife loved gay society , nnd young
nun nnd reckless appearances.
Probably she was n much bettor wo-
nan than invidious Philadelphia poole -
} lo insinuated. She and her husband ,
.hough living together , had little or
ib intercourse , and , being childless ,
10 loft her property to the Philadpl-
) hia library , founded by Franklin.
Hio most effective library building on
his continent has boon built with the
money. So it frequently happens
that uncongenial marriages redound
to the benefit of the poor and the
Now , quick , complete euro In four dayii ,
urinary iiffcctions , smarting , frequent or
difficult urination , kidney diseoHOii. 81.
Depot at C. F. Goodman' * . (5) ( )
The Tallow Tree
Mr. 0. N. Denny , United States
consul general at Shanghai , has sent
o a friend in California , for distribu-
ion throughout the state , a package
of the seeds of the "tallow tree , "
which ho thinks will flourish there ,
with the following interesting descrip
tion of the process by which its fruit
"s prepared for use : "Tho nuts grow
n clusters and are gathered in No
vember. When ripe , the capsule di
vides and discloses , usually , about
; hroe kernels , covered with pure ,
tiard , white tallow. In preparing the
; allow the ripe nuts are put into a
wooden cylinder with a perforated
bottom , and , after ton or fifteen min
utes' steaming , the tallow becomes so
soft that it is easily detached from the
albumen of the seeds by breaking
them with mallets. It is then sepa
rated from the seeds by sifting it
through hot sieves , but , of course , it
is discolored from mixtures with the
brown testa of the seeds , nnd inorder
to strain it and make it perfectly pure
and white , it ia poured into a cylinder
made up of rings of straw placed ono
on top of the other , then put into a
rude press , when the tallow is squeezed
through in a pure state. From 133
pounds of seed is obtained from from
Forty to fifty pounds of tallow , besides
the oil obtained subsequently from
the albumen by grinding , steaming
and pressing it. The tallow is used
For a variety of purposes by the Chi
nese , but more particularly for mak
ing cnndlcH , which ate burned in
Bnddhiot worship. "
A Baptist IvTinlntor'n Experience
I am a Bnptl t minister , nnd before 1
even thought of buin : , ' a clergyman , I
graduated in medicine , lint left u lucrative
practice for my promt profcHslgn , 40
ye.irs ago. I was for many year * a suf
ferer from ijuinsy ; Tlioiimn Kcluctrlc Oil
cured niu. I WIIH nl o troubled with
honi-BCtifliiK , mid TliniiiaN * Kclectrlo Oil nl-
wnyH icliuved mo. My wife and child
had diplitlion'n , nnd Thimiaa' Kuli-ctrlo Oil
cured them , nnd if taken in time will cure
seven tiinen out of ton. I am con
fident It in n euro for the moht
obstirmto cold or cou h , and if nny
ono will take n einnll teaspoon and half fill
It with the Oil , and then place the mul ol
the R onn In ono nostril an I draw the Oil
out of the Hiioon into the head by unlfling
as hard u * they can , tir.tll the nil talla over
into the throat , anil practice that twica a
week , I don't pare how olfeiiHlvo their heat
may l > o , It will cli-aii U out. and euro their
cataarli. For deafnexj and earache it linn
dona wonderi ) to my certain knowledge. It
is tha only medicine ilubhed like patent
medicine that I have ever felt like recom
mending , and I am very anxious to ece I
in every n'ace ' , for I tell you that I wouli
not ho without It in my house fur any
consideration. I am now stifferln ) ; with
a pain like rheiimatUtu in my tight limb ,
and nothing relieves me like ThomaV Kc
lectrio Oil. UH. K. V. OHANK ,
2.5-Iw Corry , J'fl.
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1605 F rnh m St. , . , . Om h , Nebr *
4100,000 . k.OaECXIK3
CsrB.ully nclettoa land la Kamurn Jfobruxkfo
sale. Uroat Hart-airs la Improved firms , m
Otuilm city property ,
0. F. DAVIS ) WmiSXKIl SNYPER
Ute lAQd Com'r U. P , II. - .
tamoImportnntbtntomontA of Wo
Known People Wholly
In onler IhiU the v l'Ilctn y fully roallio lti
wmlneneM ol Hio tAt mont , M well M the
xjnernnil toluo of the Articles of which they
lK > AkttotMil > 1l < h turtnlth the f.icliiillo oltfnv
urcjof tmrllM ho o ln rltv N lieyoriil nuos-
Ion , The Truth ol three IrstltnonUfj In MI O-
ute , nor c&n the fucU they nimounco bo IK-
or l ,
. OMAHA , N n. , SlAySI , 1831.
I. U. WARMtRjfeCO , !
: I JIMO frr < ] iicntly mod Wurncr's
< Af Kldnoj nthl LUtr euro for loc l MTcctlonB
ttomliuit upon nc\cro theiumtlo ttnc n , ami
Mial * yii itcrUcd benefit therefrom. I hiuo
l i usol tlio Sfo Ncrvmo with SAtlkf ctoty re-
nlt . I comMiT thc o liicillclnM ttorihy of
IVjiuty TtoAJiirf r.
OMAHA , NPR , Way SI , liSl ,
t. f. WARXKR A Co. , llochoitor , X. Y.t
GUMS ; 1 hMc im > l your Sato Klilnoy nml
her CurotMs tirlnirrt9A | Iterlmlgontor , nml
flmllMho best remedy I cm trkil , Ilioe
J 4 hottlci , anl | t him m.vlo mo fool In'tlcr
than c\or 1 uU bctor * In the spring.
U. P. It , Shop * .
OHAIU , Nm , May 24 , IttSl ,
I. \VARSJRkCO !
Sinn ! t'ormoro than IS yiarn I huro gulTerwl
iiuch In onrculcnce from cotnlilncil klilncy Mid
UcrtilseMcn , iul h M ) IK-OII unibloto work ,
IT urliiuy orfprn ol < o tiring rtllvctctl. I Irlcil s >
rent inniy medicine * anil iloctorx , hut I Rtow
ion > o oiiilonoclaT bj ilny Inantolit I had
Irlk'ht'n I > | WMW > , nn.l 1 wlnhott niyreK Jond If I
ouM not hat oitpcody relief. I took your 8 fo
Clilnoy mul Llxor Cure , knowing nothln ; olw
iwe > ar known to euro tha dlscMo , anil 1 hav
tot Wn iltimppolntttl. The medlclm ) has cured
me , and I am pcrloo ly well to Uav , entirely
hrouili your Sato Kidney and Liter Curu 1
wlihjou nil sure Mln ininllihlnic thl * v.liullo
remedy through the world.
U. 1' . It. K. Shop *
Thoimtiib nf cqunlly s'ronif cmlorscmonU
many of them In ca m where hops was l > an >
oned tiavo been voluntarily ir.lv , 'ii , howliii ; the
cmaikaMojKiwerof Watner'H Safe Kidney and
Jer Cure , In all il wo * of the klilnojH. liter
r urlimryoiRanw. If ny ono who roads tills
a any phy i&l trouble remombot the gro.t
AUirtr 01 delay
Tnls Rrcat i pocillc cures that most loathsome
Vhetlior in It * Primary , Secondary
or Tortlnrv Stnpjo.
llcmovcs all trace * of Vcrcury from the sjs-
turn , Cure * Scrofula , Ol,1 Sorc , Hlioumv
tUin , l > zetna , Cnlnrrlt or any
Cure * When Hot Sprinc * Fail !
Jlnherii , Ark , , May t , 1831.
Wo hao cascfl In our town who lived ut Hot
prlnff .atiJ were finally cured with S. S. 8.
Memphis , .Monn. , Hay 12 , 1SS1.
Wo have sold 1,29U lK > t lea of M.S. S. In n jcur.
t has clt en unlvcrral utlstMtlon. Fair mlnUod
hjslclans now recommend It ni a [ vosltlvo
jicclflc. S. JtiNsnutD&C'o.
IxiiilsUlIc , Ky , , May 13. 18S1.
S. S. B. hu given bettor eatl-.dictlon than nny
modlclno I haiu c\cr sold. J. A. KL XNIR.
Donvci , Col. , JIay2 , 1831.
Every purcha cr ipeiks In thu hluhot tcrtui
fa. 8. 8. L. Molnotor.
lUchinond. Va. , May 11 , 1831.
You can refer anybody to IIH In ruvnrd to the
merits of S. 8. S. Folk , Mlllor & Co.
ltne never known S. S. H. to fall to euro n case
f Syphilis , when properly taken.
II. J. , Uvnunril. ) , , .
i -.v n .
Ell Warren. j-n > "jGa.
The above itgnera are gentleman of high stand-
ng. - .A II COLQUITT ,
. . .
P YOU WISH WK W LL TAKE Y'lURSE CA
TO BE PAID FOIt WHEN CURED.
Write for particulars and oopy of llttlo
book 'Moffauo to tha Unfottunatu. '
81.OOO Rxward UI ba paid to any
hummt who will IliiU , on an.ujsli 100 bottles
S , B. , ono particle of Mercury , lodltlo 1'otas-
lumorany Mineral substance.
BW1FT St'ECIFIU CO. Propi.
Atla-iia , Ga.
Price of regular slzo reduced to 61 75 ) > er i ot
lo Small size , holding half the quantity , prlco ,
Sold by KENNARD & CO. ,
and Druggists Generally
W , K. Via US. M. UKRRELL.
. , ,
125 Lasallo Street , DHIOABO ,
Grain and Provisions Bought
and Sold on Margins ,
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDr.
Dr. J. B. Simpeon's Speciflo
It IH a jw | tlvo euro lor Siwrmatoirhca , ftor.ilri *
rYuGjincui. Iinimtancy , anil Ml UlHcanu - - - " - -
'rom ' tidr-Abiuo , nf Mental Anxlolj ,
dirnnry , 1'olim In thu Ilaik orj tly anil
flit i > oclflc
runt life to all. Write lot them sml trot lull par
Prlco , Bpcclfle , Jl.OO per pucliatfe , or nix jack ,
azou ( or 6.00. Aildrcno all onlcra to
H. SI1IBON JIKDIOINK CO.
HOP. 101 and 100 Main Bt. Buffalo , N. Y ,
Bold In Oniaha by C. K. Ooodnmii , J. W. IJcll ,
X tub , and all druir lsUovery whom.
* S3-d w
WAfi IN PASSENGER RATES
HOIilllK DUOS , . Ilrokers In nil Itallroad
Tickets , Omaha , Neb , , offer Ticket * to the Host ,
until further notice , at the following unheard of
lav lutes :
lit clam. 2d class ,
NEW YOItK , tfJO. ( . ,
BOUTON , BH.OU ,
I'HILADKLVIIIA , 26.00 , f-23.00
WABJIINUTON , 22.00 , liA" "
For particulars , write or go direct to HODHIK
1IKOS , . Ucalers In Kwlutod Kate Itallrowl and
Steamship Tlcktts , 800 Tenth Ht. , Omaha Neb
Kemenibor the place Threu Doors North o
Union I'aclQo Itallroad Depot , Kast > do olTeutl
Ouaba August 1,1231
WEI DE MEYER ON CATARRH :
"Treatise" on thu causes , consequences am
cure of "Oatarrhal Dlseaiet , " by Dr. N W
Wei De Meyer , of Now York City , discoverer o
the antidotal treatment. Advanced theory , It"
norttnt faiU and sUrtlliiK corrol/oratlom
( 'l > cafn < w , weak v\e , lots of volcr , scrofula
loURorrhoca , b oncliuls and umlermlntxl cotittl
tutlons renult from Uttarrhol jKilnon. " "Trea
t co" Iron and sent postage paid to any 01 e
on receipt of iwntil cant. 0. U. Dewey & Co.
1'ublUherv , No. 132 Kultoii Htrtot , Now York.
Dexter L. Thomas ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS.
IIOTKLS. PHOrilTKTOltU. TOWJff
ARLINGTON , J. G. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb ,
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKINS & BRO , , Rod Oak , la.
SARATOGA HOTEL , J , 8. STELLINIUS , Mllford , Neb.
REED HOUSE , OEO , REED , Ulysses , Neb.
WOODS HOUSE , W. P. ELLIS , Oiceola , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , atromsburr ; , Neu.
AMERICAN HOUSE , GEO. H. McCAIN , South Dend , No ,
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Dlalr , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY Ashland , Neb
CENTRAL HOUSE , JOHN CCOPER , Oakdale , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , WM. CLEMMONS , Seward , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL E. EVANS , O'Neill , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL O. F. OA88ADY , Denlion , la.
HARTNtY HOUSE , W. P. HUNTER , Wrsttlde , la.
DELLOU HOUSE , MRS. A , E. URUCc , nltlnciOlty , Neb.
DORCHESTER HOTEL , A. 8. KINKLE Dorchester , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J.G. MEAD. NollBh , Neb
CENTRAL HOUSE , JA8. McKILLIP , York. Neb.
TUTTLE HOUSE , W. H. TUTTLE , Aurora , Neb.
OAQE HOUSE , A. R. GAGE , Republican City Neb
DENVER HOUSE CAIRNS & WILLIAMS , Hastings , Neb.
SANDERS HOUSE , OHAS. E. McNISH , Friend , Nab.
WOODWARD HOUSE , WAREN WOODWARD , Exeter , Neb ,
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
PARK HOUSE , W. J. OARVIN , Corning , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
E8TEB HOUSE , N. T feSTES , Grand Island , Nebx
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , F. W. WILMS , Kearney , Neb.
WILDER HOURE > THOMPSON REED , Wither , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , W. W. SHUWFEL1 Waco , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE. O. W. MAYFIELD. Greenwood , Nab
HAMMOND HOUSE , JOHN HAMMOND , Columbus , Neb.
CENTRAL CITY HOUSE U. S. QREGERY , Central Oltv , Neo ,
SUMMIT HOUSE. SWAN & BECKER , Creiton , la.
NEOLA HOTEL , F. 8IEVERTZ , Neola , la.
EMERSON HOUSE , A. L. SHELDON , Emerson , la.
Montjomory County , lown , C. , U. & Q. R , 11 ,
\V. S. Al or * Co Bankers
V.V. . Sweet Banker
iVin. Sutton Hotul nnd Livery
V. Ilarvuy Dry Goods nnd Groceries
' Shopnrd & Son Dry GoolU nnd Groceries
ornolius & White Furniture
! * ftul Welch Jewelry
vbys Drothurs Hardware
3awos \Yutorinntiit Hnnlwaro
II. Stu tli Drugs
W. Llurluvr . Hoatnurant
Valtora it Minurt . \ Law , Loan nnd Land
S. 0. Gibbs tu . . v. . . . .Attorney ,
iL. . Itiguwn ' . . ' . ' . . . ' . . . ' No\va Douka andToyn
M. S. Tliuriniiu , ' . ' ! ' , Insurancu and Loan
M. K. Dinca * . . ' . ' . . Millinery
Plunimur Darbor '
hooper itYobur . " . . Gonural Murchandiao
r , ] \I. \ llowland Land , Loan , Inaurnnco
1. Simmons , . , Drugs
V. I\I. \ Lewis Kustaurrnt
L T , Sliurinati Stenm JMixrblo Works
\ . E. llandcock Furniture
Miillip ISfooro _ - tivocoriea nnd Moat
Jco Gallanar - Harness
lowell IkoH Guner.il Merchandise
I. A. KufiiB Dry Goods
toico it Son Clothing
1. T. Lignum Bootsyimd Shoes
M. N. MoNnushton , M. D riiysiciiin
S. H. llandcock Hotel
j1. Coonor , M. D Pliyaiciau
W. A. Woodard C. , B. & Q. Land Agent
0. N. Proaton it Son Groceries and Meat
U. II. Moldoii Millinery
3owgill it Hogerinaator Blacksmiths
Owena & Cuiinninga Blackainiths
Jones & Mngoo Limbec
3. D. lland & Co Lumber
loover & Hood Livery.
Smith & Burlson Elovalorv
Ellis & Co Elevuton
U. D. Dolaon Elovntor-
11. Bates Mayor '
( Adama County , Iowa , U. , U. it Q. )
W. G. McColm Drus , Groceries , rostoftico
VI. G. Simpson & Co General Merchandise
Samuel Arnspokor llusUurant
S. G. Simpson Hardware
Jackson it Arbucklo Stock Dealers
W. 31. OummhiKs Elevator
T. M. Sturgeon Elevator
J. H. Shearer Station Agonb
Bive the Bargains
IN ALL KINDS OF
AND PLATED WAKE
AND DIAMONDS ,
At Prices that Suit Any Ouatomor Who Renlly WiHhow n , First.
STAR TINTED SPECTACLES
Are also Sold Exclusively by us.
ALSO WESTERN AG-ENTS
SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN GO.'S ORGANS.
EDHOLM & ERICKSON ,
THE JEWELERS , Opposite the Post Office.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
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