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    THE UMAiiA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , JANUARY 12 , 18S2
THE DAILY BEE-
OMAHA PUDLI8HINQ CO. , PROPRIETORS.
010 F rnham , bet. Oth And 10th 8tre ti.
TKKUS Of SUHSCIUITIO.V.
n coin-1 year , In ulvuncefoMtmlJ ) . . . $10.00
8 months " " . . . 6.0J
month " " . . . 3.00
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
TIM I CAW ClllCAnt" , FT. TAl'l , VISMUrOLIS ASK
OMU1A RAIUlOtP.
Lcaro Omahiv Pas en cr No. 2 , S:30n. : m. Ac-
eotumo'lntlon No. 4,1:0 : ( p. m.
AtrhoOm-iIiR Vamcnircr No. 1,6:20 : p. ni.
Accommodation No , 3,10M : a. m.
Htmo OMAHA BAST OR SOOTI1 BOtlSD.
a , H. k Q , 7:10 : ft. m. 3:40 : p. ra.
C. A N. W. , 7:40 : . M. 3:40 : vm. .
C. , K. I. & P. , 7:40 : ft. in. 8:40 : \ ' - ' "
K. C. , St. J. & C. M.ces \ lit B n. m. nnil CIO :
p.m. Arrive * at Mt. Louimt 0:30 : n. m. an J 6:12 :
p. r.i.
Vi' . , St. L. & I' . , loaves ftt 8 ft. rn. anil BIOp. :
u. Arrlvci r.t .St. lan\n \ nt 6:40 : a. m. anil 7:30 :
m
WWT cm
H. & U , In Sob. , Tnroiuh Kxprrva , 5:60 : x m.
I ! . A M. Lincoln Bxprivw 00 : p. in.
U P. Pvur'ind ' tapinsH. IIS : p. in.
O. A U. V. for I luccln , 11:15 : a. n , .
O. As U. V. for Otci'oli. 0-tO n. m.
VJ. V. froiiiht Nn. 6 , 0:30 : a. in.
U. I' , froljrht Xo. , b-00 ft. in ,
U. I1. frolKht No , 13 , 2HP. ) I" .
U. I1 , freight No. 7 , 6:10 : p. in. cr
. .il' . Dumor cxiirw , 7:35 : \ ) . in.
U. I' , freleht N" 11 , 11 XO p. m.
U. I' . Dcmcr In-lent , > :25 : f. in.
AkMMhO KRO t A r AM ) Ml'TI.
0. 0. A O l.l < ( ) . in. 7:2.1 p m.
& \V.H-I.1 ft. in. 7i5ii. : m.
C. It. I. &l * | ) M5 a. n , . H:0fi : ti. in.
K. C. , St. Joe &C H. , 7:10 : i. U1.-OU5 p.m.
A aiMMi ruuM run KUTA.V ) Bouruv > KHT.
O. k U. V. frnm Mih-oln l.OS p. m.
U. I' . 1'aclllc i\pnin : HiA : p. m.
D i M.ln Srli. , Through Kxproin 4:15 : p w.
R ft M. Lincoln l > prcv < H 10 A nu
U. I' . Denser ovprcw , " :3A : a. in ,
U. I' . Freight .So. 14-2-M u. m.
U. P. N'n. f.VO ; n. lu. ( .migrant.
U. P. frclBht No. 14,12lf > p. m.
U. P. No. S 0:00 : p. in.
U. P. So. 12 l:4r. : a. in.
U. I . D.imtr frulitht , 1:10 : a. in.
O. & H. V. inlxotl , ut. 4:15 : p. in.
SUM.ST niAifsinrwurN OMAHA AND
OOO.StlL BLUKPfl.
r/eavo Oiuih. % at 1:00 : , OK , 10:00 and 11:00 :
ui. ; co 200 , SPO , 4.00 uiil 6:00 p. m.
Leave Council UluIN ftt 8:25 , 9:2f : > . 10.25 anil
1:25 a. lu. ; 1:25 : , 2:25 : , : i:2S : , 4:25 : anil 6:26 : p. m.
Sun-inya Tlio iliiminy lottoa Onutha at UKX )
nd 11:00 : H. in. ; 2:00 : , 1:00 : anil 6:00 : p , m. Lcaxcs
Ccmidl Binds at 0:26 : and 11:25 : n. ui. ; 2:26 : , 4:25 :
nd 6:25 : p. in.
Through and local pansenccr trainn hcUcrn
Omaha nnil Conn II Illufln. Leave Omaha 6lf : > ,
7:46 , 8:60 : a. ni. ; 3:40. : 5:46 : , 60 p. in. Arrvo
Omnhv 7:40,11:35,11:46 : : : a. m. ; 5:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:16 ,
7:40 p. m.
Opening anr Closing ; of Mflls.
ROUT * . orilN. OM)8II. )
a. m. p. m. a. ni. p. in.
Chlcajo&N. W 11.00 0.00 6:30 : 2:40 :
Chlcjvro , K J. & Pacific 11:00 : 0:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
chiiaffo , n. ti ( i 11:00 : 0:00 : r > : so 2:40
Walmh 12:80 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
BIoux Citj and Padflc. . 0.00 5:30 : 2:40 :
Union Pacific 4:00 : 11:40 :
OnulnbU. V 4:00 : 11:40 :
B. til. In Neb 4:00 : 8:10 :
Oiuvlii K Sioux City (100 7:50 :
B. 6 M. Uncoil 10M : 6CO :
U. P. Lln-joln , bun.lay. . . 1:30 : 11:00
U. P. l > cm IT Kxi P0 0:30 :
O. . Sioux City & St. P. . .11:00 1:40 :
Ltx-al malls for fctatc ot lown leave hut once n
day vlr. : 0:30 : a. in.
Ofllcr r.ptn Suii'tut from 12 m. tn 1 p. rn.
THOS. K HALL P 11.
Business Directory.
Abstract and Real hctrue.
JODJJ L. HrOAOUK , cpporttul'out Office.
W. R. nAUTI KIT 317 South 13th Stroot.
Architects.
DUFBKNE & MENDELSSOHN , AKCHITECTS
Iloom 14 Crcljhton Block.
A. T. TjAKOE Jr. , Room 2. Cicivhton Block.
Boot * and Bhooi.
jAiiua DBVINE & co. ,
Fine Boots and Hhors. A ijood iwaortmont ol
homo work on hand , corner 12th and Ilamoy.
TUOS. EUICKSON , S. E. cor. 16th and Doueiaa.
JOHN FOUTUNATU8 ,
606 10th etioot , manutocturee to order good work
at fair prices. KepairlnK done.
Bed Springs.
J. F. IARKIMRK ilanun.cturer. ( 1617 Dowlust.
Books , News and Otatlonory.
J. I. FRUEirAUK 1015 Farnhain Street.
Butter and Eggs.
UcSIIANE & 8CHHOKDER , Die oldest B. and K.
house In Nebraska cBUblWicil 1&76 Omaha.
OKNTHAL
UESTAURANT ,
SIRS. A. RYAN ,
fcnlhwest corner lethand Dod o.
Ileit Beard for the Money.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Mcl9 at all HoutH.
Board by ( bo Day , Week or Month.
Good Terras for Cash
Furnlnhnd Knnms 8upplicd.
UarrloRet and Road Wagons.
8NYDER , 14th and Harnoy Btreota.
- \ jewo en.
JOHN BAUMKIt 1314 Farnham Street.
Junk.
. UERTI10LD , llaza and Metal.
Lumber , Lime and Cement.
FOHTER & OR \ \ corner titli and Douglaa flte ,
Lamps and Ulatjwnre.
1. DONNKU 1209 UonzIaA St. Good Variety
Merchant Tailors.
G. A LINDQUE8T ,
One of our most rcpuUr llorchnnt Tfillorfl U re
c l\ln the latent ilchl''i > for Hprln and Summer
QooJn for Ki-'ntluineii B wcnr. Stytlub , durable ,
nd rricou low aa in or 216 13th bet. Dou .AFani.
Millinery.
tIRS. C. A. niNOKlt , Wholcaile and Krtall , Fan
cy Goods in ( treat \nriety , ojiliyrs , Card Coardx ,
Ilcwlcry , Olmos , OornctB , ic. ChtajMat IIouso li ;
the Wtht. Piirchascri nave 30 per cent. Order
In Mall. 115 Fifteenth Ktrciit.
JOHN WEAKNK&SOKfj , cor,14t i& Jarkeorist *
Hour and Feed ,
OMAHA CITY MILLS , till and Farnhsiu 8U ,
i * , , ) > ro | > rkt/ira.
Urocei * .
K. 8TKVKN8 , Slut betwcun Cumin ? and Irar
T. A. McSIIANK , Corn. 23d and Curulnp Btroeta.
Hardv/aie , Iron and Steel.
3LAN & LANOWORTHY , Wholesale , 110 ani *
112 16th utreet
A , HOLMES cofncr IBth and California.
Hornets , Saddles , &c.
D. WEIBT 20 18th at. bet FarolUtney. .
H-Xeli
; AXF1CLI ) IIOUSK.aeo.Canfleld.OthA Farnhum
DOKAK HOUSE , 1' II. Cary , D18 Funham Ht.
8LAVEN'8 JIOTF.U I' . Hla\cn , lOtt. St.
Southota Hotel Cn ! . Hamtl
Clothing OouRht.
0 JHAW B-ill pay Mghiat Cth price for U'cond
band ejothlnr. Conn r 10th and Varnhain ,
Drum , .Paints and < Ulli.
KI'IFV ft CO.
6aaruiacliU , Vltu "unc Uooda , Cor , Utu md
louli < ttrecta
W. J. WHITEHOUf \Vholccaloli Itfltall , 16thIt.
O. FIELD , 2022 I < oitli Hide Cumlnif Btrtct.
PAKR , DninrM. IQtn and Howard Hlreeta.
D4tltl tl.
DR. PAUL , Williams' L'lock Cor , 15Ui * Dodge.
Dry Good Notions , Etc.
JOHN H. F. LKmiANN & CO. ,
few York Dry Goods Stoic , laio anl 1312 F rn.
ham itroct.
0. EnowoU also boots and shoes 7th It Pacific.
f-uruiture.
F. GHOBS , Now and 3t > xjnil Hand rurnltnrc
d Moves , lilt DouirlM. JHifhMt cwb price
i Id for eerond hand vocos.
BOKNCR 1S09 Dou/U t. Flno zocds , &c.
2 Fence Workt.
01JAHA KH.VCE CO.
, 7BT , HUES & CO. , IZlSIIorneySt. ,
Ice Eoifi , lion and Woo-1 Kcncat , Ottce
, llrte , Count riof Pine and > V Inut.
Olgars nnd Tobacco.
WKST & FK1THC1IKH , niAhufacturcn eland
and UTiolwiAlo IVxOcml n Tohncon , ISOi D
y. F. LORKNZKN manutatturer 1416 Farnhain
Florist.
A. Donauhuo , pUnta , cut flowcri , * f l , ooqnttj
etc. N , W. cor. If th and Uourlaa street * .
Civil EnRlneers ind Surveyors ,
ANDREW KOSKWATEB , Crclnhton Block ,
Town Sunc ) ? , Grade and 8e craio Sjfloras a
Specialty.
( JommlMlon Merclmnti.
JOHN 0. W1L L1S.1HI Do.leo Street.
D n. I1EEMKR. FordetAllii dec Uro inlvcrtlfc-
ment In 1 > M1 < and W eklv.
Cornlco Works.
Western Cornice Worlu , MMiulacturcrs Iron
Corntro , Tin , Iron at.d Sl.ito Roofllii ) ; . Orders
Irom any locallfj prompth cxo-ultil In the best
manner. Factor ) and Oll'cc 1213 Itatnoy fit.
0. SI'Kt'HT
, Proprietor.
GMtanltul Iron Ootntcii. Window Caps , etc. ,
oiMiufai.turctl ind put up In anj part of the
country. T. S1NHWI.1) 410 Thirteenth street
J. IIONNKR 1KI3 Poiulxs street. Oood line.
Olothlnf ; and KumltlilMK Goods.
GKO. H. fCTKUSON. Also Hat , Caps , Hoots ,
, Nnllon < and Cutlery. SAt S
RetrlRorators , Canllold's Patent ,
C. . OOODM.VN llth St. het , Farn. ti Httncy.
Show Cnte Mnnufactory. )
O. J. W1LUK ,
Mannfactiinrand Dialer In all kinds ol Show
Ca ( > s , Uprlidit Caw.M , & . . 1317 COM St.
FHANK L. GEKHARD , proprietor Omaha
Show Cafotinnufactorj , 813 South 10th street ,
betui-cn I.v\\t'ii uttli and Mnrcy. All gooda
warrantoil tlr t-clan .
Pawnbrckora.
ROHEMFELI ) . Jflth BL. bet. K r. A Hat
Btovi'i ana Tinware.
A. UUUME3TKK ,
Dealer In Stoves and Tinware , nnd Haiu'acturet
of Tin Hoe > nnd all kludi of Itutldln ; Work ,
Odd Fcllova'lllock.
J. UONNER. 1809 Donvlss St. Good and Cheap.
Seed ) .
J. EVANS , Wholesale and RctAll Seed Drills and
Cnlthatorj , Odd Fcllowtt Hall.
Phyalclnnc anl Burgeons.
W. S. OtllllH , M. D. , Room No 4 , Crelghton
lilock , 16th Street.
P. H. LKISENR1NG , if. D. Masonic Ulock.
C. L. HART , M. D. , Eje and Ear , opp. postofflwi
DR. L. D. GHADDY.
Oculist and Audit , ti. W 16th and Farnham St
Photograpticrs.
GEO. HEYN. PROP.
Graad Central Gallery ,
212 Sixteenth Hired.
near Masonic Hall. Flriit-claea Work and 1'rompt-
Plumbing , Gas and Steam Fitting.
P. W. TARPY & CO. . 210 12th bt. , bet. Farnham
s/id Doujflrva. Work promptly attended to.
D. ? ITZPATRICK. 1409 Douelu Street.
Palntlnc nn aper anting.
HENRY A. KOSTERS. Ill UodKo Btroct.
SliooStorei.
Phillip I anir , 1320 F'arnham st. bet. ISth fc 14th.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS & LKAIt , 141B Doinjlai St. , New and
Second Hand Furniture. Hou o rurnii
&c. , boii''ht and sold on narrow marrlna.
ttaloons.
HKNKY KAUFMANN ,
la tn mm brick block on DoncliR Struct , has
Just opened a most clej int. Hei'J Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
uviry ilay.
" Calwloma " J FALCONER B70 10th Street.
Unctortakers.
CIIA8. RIEWi : , 101V Farnham bet. 10th & lltd.
UO Dent Storas.
P C IIACKL'.S , 1205 [ ' arnhura St. . Fancy Goods
WESTERN
CORNICE WORKS i
C. SPEOHT ,
Proprietor ,
1213 Harney Street ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
MANUFACTURERS OF
GALVANIZED IRON
Cornices ,
Dormer Windows , Finials
TIN , IEON g SLATE ROOFING ,
Specht's Patent Metalic Sky
light.
Patent Adjustable Ratchet Dor and
BRACKET SHELVING ,
I am the general State Agent for Uie abovi
line of goods.
IKON FENCING.
Coastings , Balustrades , Verandas.lOfflce an
Bank Railings , Window and Cellar
Guards ; also
GKNKUAL AGKNT
Peerson and Hill Patent Inside Blind.
nov4dtf
KENNEDY'S
EAST - INDIA
P R
1
- o
BITTERS
Eoj sfc Mm aJM sHisl AV sJ ?
ILEE & CO. .
8ole Manufacturera. OMAHA.
To "Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific
XMHEIIDXOXBHEI.
It le a pORjtlve cute for Upamatoirhea , Kcraln *
YloaJtuxa. IrapoUncj' , and lit dlseiHti rvuiltln
from Bell-Abuse , w U ntal Anxluty , IA.W
M mor1'alnH In the Hack or b.'du , and dlsoaf I
" "that led to
Consumption
c
The Sperfftc
.Hlf onilcr
f l tuccfvH.
Pamphlets
iwU free to ill. Write for tbnu and gtt full | nr
I'rice , Hpedflc. O.OO per rockaife , or lx pack
Ht for C6.00. Arl/lrew all ordtrt to
U. HIMHON MKDIL'INE CO.
Kcs. lot and 100 ilaln fit. UulfHlo , tl. V.
Bold In Omnha bv C. K Oooilmin , J , W. lioil ,
K Ub , and all nro < K' ' > t'i ' * > veryHii < iro.
I
NEBRASKA
State Gazetteer and Busi
ness Directoy ,
' n ilcHcrlptlon ntul u Hit nf all
) U itic > H n en In tliu ntate , will be issued
mrly in l.b"J. ( I'rice $1.00.
J. M. WOLFE , Publisher.
7 South Fourteenth Street , Omaha , Neb
NEW YORK CITY.
_
* > >
Business Invostmouts nud Pro-
bnbilitios of 1882.
llonl KHtuto Lnwj nnil Hol'orms A
Dlstlngutsliccl Invontor-ltomnnco
of tlio Test Boochor OTI
tVu ) Wiw Path.
.Vi York Utter rJil' i1elplil.i Heronl.
Til connection with the liusinca.s ac
tivity in luiiltlini ; . finnonmliicoil l j : i
vi-ry open tall nnd .vinter , tlioro hn
boon a rent < U'nl of quiet investment
in real estate. The inuu'inonl to
build elevntoil rcnuls in the nnne.vetl
district , and to iiuluco tlio city to in
vent in four thousand ncrcs in * .hu an
nexed district to bo laid mil in paiks
for the new metropolis , together with
work now doinj , ' by the United Stateit
for the iniproveinont ot Ilnrlum river ,
lias hud a tonduncy to direct the at
tention of moneyed mm to the prob.x-
liiiity of lur o rotuniB for money put
into landed property in the city limits ,
The now elevated toad IMS such faill
in the future of the nictrupoli
that it proposes to build throun
tlio ctmtro of hlockn , and t
cross the Htreot.s on stone nreltrs , o
with stone tunnels where neeossaiy
nnd thus have n rock foundation al
through. The history of the men wh
have invested in real estate and helen
on to it is one of much nioro proa
peiity than tlxiaowho wont down inti
"tlio atroct" and cicated for
tunes out of the ureckago therv
It is true that nobody buliuve.
thai Ciould , Uillon , Vanderbilt
Sau'u , Osborno and the rent of "tin
boys" will die in a poorhouse , thuujfl
that has been the fate of many of tin
magnates whoso nod once shook Wnl
street ; but theto I'H n feeling that tin
other men are safe beyond any perad
venture. Tlu > Antnrn , Lenoxes , Stuy
vesiuits , IJooHevelts , lUiinelnndora
Uooletu and hnndrodR of otliers dati
their wealth from their original pur
cliascs of lands which have increase !
a hundred-fold in viiluo , and in a
least one ease has returned more thai
a thousand dollars for onu.
There would be more investmcn
and speculation in real estate were i
not for the difficulty with which title ,
are uiado and the present necessity fo :
rociatcrinf , ' the entire title and id
changes. Where ono has to f o bacl
to the Indian grants , and then it
cover all changes of streets and road
ways , it is sometimes next to impossi
bio to make a clean transfer. Uu
leading real estate inventors and deal
ers are making a concerted inovemen
to induce the present legislature ( if i
ever gets organized ) to aclop
a modification of the Tor
rens law , which ha-j been fouw
to work so admirably in Nov
Xealand and Now South Wales. LTn
cler this law the fact of tlio transfer i
all that is necessary to bo recorded
and possession ia milly "nino point
of tlio law. " All that the intomlin ,
purchaser his ; to do is to examine th.
government record , and thus vorifj
the title of the vendor. This puts th
purchase of real estate on exactly th
same basis as a purchneu of utock ; th.
slate , like the stock books , gives assurance
suranco that the seller really owns tin
property ho otrerw. Of such an amend
ment to our very cumbersome nnd anti
ijuatcd laws would xive a lively impntui
to real estate invcstmonts , and wouh
probably add 10 or 20 per cent to tin
negotiable prices of that specie O ;
property. The only obstacle in tin ,
wny of this very necessary reform is
the opposition of the lawyers , who
would find their fecw docked by the
change , and , unfortunately for buai
ness , the lawyers usually form i
majority in the legislature.
The rumored trouble in Chicaff. '
about the clerks in the branch estab
lishment of A. T. Stewart it Co. ii ,
that city revives many reminiscences
of the iron rule of the dead dry food
man who founded the house. Stew
art had no mercy upon his subordi
nates , but ho knew tlio market value
of good men and paid them proper
tionately. Ilia system of linen and
dockages was very burdensome , but
the men submitted to it because they
knew that the concern was
solid and they could have their
positions while they attended to
businc'Hs. At one time he ntrongly
opposed the passage of the bankrupt
act in a personal speech , because hu
had noveral hundred broken-down dry
goods nu-rchants in his employ , nm
feared that tney would leave him ai ,
set up for theniHolves if the law W.IH
paused. The rules of the establish
ment are oven moro rigorona now
than before. At least that is what is
told me by a uontleman who was in
their employ for ten yearn and in now
connected with another house. lint
the .supply of help in the city
is always HO inui'h greater
than the demand that these
who have fill nations are not willing to
surrender them until they are assured
of something butter .Iudi/t > Hilton
is no fnvotito with bin employes ; but ,
of course , ho is himself only ono of
the accidents of the system , Ladies
hear of this white
slavery , and every
once in a while make up their minds
as the Israelite community once did
- not to patroni/.u > ludgu Hilton's
diy goods cuiiiiturs any more. Anil
they don't do it-until they hee
something advertised there which
they want. I remember a
lady - widow of a regular
army ollicor who said to me
just after Stewart's ' futu-ral : "I de
clare , I'll never go inside of Stowart'H
store again. That odious Judge Jlil
ton is just too much for good nature.
I went to the funeral the other day ,
and had to wait an hour before 1
could get near the oorpmi and itn
decorations. Then after I had been
most ( ifjuec-y. d to death , when I got
whore I could gut a good look , in
rushed Judge Hilton in a dress suit ,
white cravat nnd diamond ntudn , exact -
act ly aH if ho was going to a ball , and
Kereocheil at us : 'Got back thorn' Do
you think thi.s is a show for idiots to
gapu at ? ' I could have pulled him to
piccuH ou the uxit | , and I'll never go
near his store while ho lives. " Ann
matter of fact ho goas there con
stantly , and bothero ( he life out of
joinu of the half-starved clerks.
John Anderson , the tobacconist ,
Jied in Paris the hit tor purt of Nu.
/ember , but hia funeral was held in
nld Trinity church on Wedncflday.
lie leaves an estate valued at ? 5,000-
JO - a snug fortune which accumulated
'rom the little tolucco etoru at H road
way and Pine street , started -IT ) yeara
aso. Mr. Anderson was the first t
miiko a certain kind of chewing tobac
co a specialty , and to that ami the ro
mniico connected with his life hoowi'i
his financial success. It is strntim
to tind that in connection with In
decease. Inpraham's romance ol "Tin
Nenutiful Cigar Girl , " founded upoi
the mysterious disappearance of n
beautiful younn lady who kept Ainh-r
son's store , has m.ulo its renppc tr >
anee. ltnrah : ni , who in hia day was
a noted writer of sensational fiction ,
aftorwaids became aa Episcopal cler
pyman , ami accidentally killed him
self with a revolver at Molly 8piiini ; ,
Mihs. , just before the breakim-
out of the war. Jle nevi-r
censed to roirn't his connection will
flush literature , but he conjd not n >
call the books. In his story of "Tlif
Meant if til Cigar Girl , " Ingraham m , kcn
her disappcatunee part of the scheme
that made her the wife of an Eiithil
nobh-iuin and blotted onf her plebi'i.u
occupation. Many ohl New YorK-eri
still iielievo that the jjirl wlioso bmly
\v.\a said to bo identified in the wui
of the Htulson al Iloboker
only took heraelf out ni
the way in order to bo rid of mi
porlunate lovers , nnd has loog been ; i
happy wife and mother in the nei ! i
ho.'int , ' state of Now Jersey. Whatever
over may bo the truth , AndeiHmi
made the most of tlio advorUsomeut
the alleged tragedy gave him , nud if
ho knew the secret , ns many have he
lieveil , ho carried it with him to tliu
grave.
Ono of the most useful men of In
day and generation , and ono wh.i-
hws will bo greatly foil in sciontilic
circles , has been Professor John \ \ .
Draper , who died in this city onul
nesilay. Philadelphia gave him Inn
u.xrly education , and at the ago of hu
and-twonly ho went to llampden Sul
noy colhgo , Virginia , as professor o
chemistry and natural philosophy. It
was there that ho made many import
ant experiments and discoveries , train
milting them to European mnga/mi'H
as rapidly as made , and finding after
ward that he had thereby simply
given foreigners the opportunity U
ncbiove fame and fortune nt bis ox
pcnse. Itas at llampdon-Sidimy
college that Dr. Draper made the first
oxpcrimcntH ever made in taking sun
pictures , thus preceding the ex
periments of Diignorre , from
whom these portraits took tluir
name. This was about the year
18117. Dr. Atkinson , president of
the college , recently informed mo that
the old apparatus used by Dr. Draper
in taking the dagucrrotypos i Htill ii
possession of the college. The oh
state of Virginia Hum claims the fu.it
daguerrotype , as well as the lirst
steamboat , whose enoigy was maim
facturcd by .James lluiusoy , at Sliep
ardstown in 1787.
Nothing can restrain the still ymiili
ful impetuosity of Henry W.IK
Jtoccher. Ho says that ho expects ti
remain a boy in heart and ways evci
should ho attain to the patriaroha
ago of 100 years , and tie has recently
given proof that ho is capable of boy
ish acts. In a eermon ho charged that
teachers are appointed mid promoted
in the public schools of Brooklyn because -
cause of their too friendly 10-
lations with leading otlicinls.
It was a terrible- and Bwuop-
ing charge , and there iis no
wonder that it is bitterly resented by
the lady tenchors and their frieiuls.
There was much scandal in Brooklyn
some years ago , when a personal con
troversy was afoot between Superin
tendent Fields and Congressman
Kinsella ; but the persons whom
it involved wore exceptions to
the rule and the outcome of
ring management. Undoubtedly
political influence has much to
do with the matter of appointing
teachers , but this carries with it no
reflection on the character of the ap
pointees ; they are all right , but it in
the system that is at fault. Once be
fore Mr , Bcecher made a somewhat
similar remark , and justified himself
l > y saying that ho refctred to Now
York Now , the Brooklyn board
proposes to push him into the corner ,
and his best friends say that his own
experience should have made him
lenient , and warned him against
picking such a quarrel. Out
siders interpret his state of
mind by saying that there is a
falling oil in Plymouth Church , and
that Bcecher feels it so keenly that it
has embittered his entire view of mat-
turn and things. There may be some
thing in this , for the recent ealo of
pews in his church realized a smaller
sum than waa ever known before ; and
while he steota his heart against out
side criticism the "old man eloquent"
feels deeply anything like a declen
sion of interest within his .special fold.
The opening of Wallack's now the
atre - unquestionably the finest , most
convenient and safest place of amuse
ment in the world revives all the
traditions of the Wallack family and
their triumphs. Lester Wnllacl ;
made his first bits hit in Now York
t irty-fiyo years ago ( ho wouldn't
like this date mentioned , howovtr ,
as he ia touchy on the subject
ot his age. ) at the opening of the
Broadway theater - successor to the
Park I heater that had boon burned-
when ho played the part of Charles
Surface in "School for Scandal. "
This theater stood on Uroadway , near
Worth street , and was afterward the
net-no of llackott's Shakspcarian
triumphs. In WalJack's lycoum--
founded on the ruins of Broughum'H
lycuiim Lester was slajjo manngor ,
bin father the manager , "and ChailcH
Wallack was treasurer. Fanny
and Harry Wallack went great favor
ites , too. At one of the memoiablu
rcoponingn at Walhick's old theatre
Bhiko , M . Jlooy , Alro. Virnon and
Mary Ciannon wore on the M go , as
well as Lester Wallack , nnd the com-
hiimtion was one that cannot bo
matched now-a-dajs , Mr. Wallack
nnd Air , Moss have reason to bo eat-
isfiuil with having made this tip-town
inovo. Fashion IMH already Htampcd
it with its approval , and that moans
WOHTH Y OF7'HALSK.
Asa rule wo do not rccomnmn'l
patent ni''dioinoH , but when wo know
jf ono that leally is a public benefac
tor , and doeii positively cure , then wo
: oiiHider it our duty to impaitthat in *
Formation to all , Electric bitten are
truly a most valuable medicine , mid
ivill surely euro Biliousness , Fever
uul Ague , Sfunmch , Livurand Kidney
iompluiiitH , ( ivuu whuru all other rein-
jdtes fail. We know whereof wo
ipeak. and can freely recommend to
ill. [ Kx. Sold at DO contu a bottle.
Jsh & McMahon. (7) ( )
A WortJ In Time.
If the winter continues to bean
opoii one , or ai long ns it continues
an open one , farmers , jjnrdoners ntitl
fruit growers , mid , indeed , house
keepers in general , who have k'hrub-
bery , trees , \iues and plants on their
premises would do well lo give them
frequent "overhauling " during the
winter , in search of grubs , beetles ,
buys , worms , larvm and pupiv , in
order to bo "forehanded" next spring
X. man can toll the prolific results
accruing fiom the neglected follicles ,
eases or sacks , bracelets of ocgs , and
egg-masses in general left dangling
ficiin or hanging to I ho branches
of trees ami shrubbery dur
ing a single winter-they amount
to ninny million , Some of these are
very conspicuous , others tequiro to be
looked for , even closely searched for ,
but conspicuous ithey are they are
still neglected. Mirds , if wo had
enough of them , ini ht do as much of
this work ns ii consistent with the or
dinary biil.incen of nature , but unr
birds are too few , and too progessive ,
fastidious in their tauten to tie depend
ed on. No doubt there are many
who deem it too small a business to be
hnuling these minute objects in de
tail ; but , by attending to these Inborn
thoroughly during line days in winter
you will save a great amount of labor
next summer , and bo ot hot wine re
u.tided.
.Mr. .T , Mnrnli , Hank nt Tornut' . ( Int. ,
wiile : "l'ilousiio ! s and JycivpHlsin'ciu
to have Knmnilp with mo ; huili'l'i' | " > n
sulterpr fur yearn , 1 lmn tried m > nT 'iiii'-
ilioH , tint iili nn H'tlnu'remit until I
ne lymir Hi nnocu llioon lUitKits. Thev
have bon truly 11 lili'txluif to ii'i % , nnil t
e.muotjienk too highly of them. " 1'rlce
? I.IK ) , timl niro 10 cell's. ! Mw
Mrs. J. O. ItolicttKOii , I'lltxtniri ; , 1'n. ' , rltt.8"l . :
w.is KiilTt'rinij from ) ; i'iiiml iluliilitviuit ol np.
polite. ivn-tlv\tlnn | , etc. , no that tliuMIS n bur
ilen ; niter mine llunlMk Illoml lllllfrM 1 fc'lt liet-
lor than for ) ram , 1 iiuinot prnUu } our Illttun
too iniuli. "
K. OtlilH , o ( Ilnrr.ilo , N , Y\trltfH : "Voiir
llnnlotK IUci Ultlcni , In iliionio iliii m of tlio
bluoil liii'r „ J Kliltiejx , hnti' IICIMI Kiuniillv
iiiirKctl with miriTuH. IHM > n-nl tin-in injHill
with lio-t n-siilta , fur torpidity nf tlicliMT Mulln
nvoot n frli-ml of nilnu sulIi'riuK' ( rom Jriiiny | ,
tliu elicit U.IH l
IlritcuTuriuT , ItoHicsti r , N. V. wrltin : 'I
liiiiiMilijict to Hi'riom dliuiilt r of tliu klilm'j * .
tiixl ini.ibK1 toutlfiiil ti > Itu ltiih ' llin < loeL Itlouu
IlitkTti ulloMil mo lii fori' lialf .iliotlluiwiiHnl
1 f < cl fonllili nttlint lliutlll tiitlrcl ) iMiro niu. " ,
i : . An-nlth Ilnll , lllniili'iiiiptnn , N. V. , writes.
"I BiilIiTi'd with a dull ] aui through nn lit
Innj ; anil Klioulili r. lo-.tiuy nplrlf , n | > ) trttii !
anil color , nml ranld "itli illllii iili\ lacji up idl
ili > . Took jour Ilunlodc Illnml Ililtura IIH ill-
rcrtcil. nnd l uo full no juklu blnoo flrnt uccK ni
ter imlnc tin in. "
Mr. Noah llntw , Kliulin , N. V. , writes : "About
four jcnrtntto Ihadanntlui'K ntlilllniinfuvurntiil
nv\ur full } rcooic rcil. My illK'i"-tl\o ortiaiii
woru wiinkinitl , nnil 1 wouM IMI couiplotrly proa
trnted for iLijf. Alti r unlnK two bottle * of your
Ilurdocli Illnoil HltterH tl < e iiii ] > ro\eiiicnt uitu HO
(7)A I nslnnl-hnl. I iiui nutv. lliou li
01 jearn nf ni(0 , do a fair nnd rvoKoiublo ilay'u
work ,
O. market HohliiHon , proprietor of Thn Cnnmln
I'reHbjtcrUin , Toronto , ( Jut. , wrIUw : "I'er yrors
I Hudi'ml irrently from olt-rc'currln licmlncfie. 1
uncil your lliinloek llloo.l . lilttura wltli happiest
ri'HiiltH , And I now flni ] iiirtiulf In better hoallli
Uian for J uora pant. "
ilrn. Wixllnoo , IlufTnlo , N. V , wrltnt : ' ! have
UHcil Utirdoek lllooil Dlttcra for ncnoim nnd till
IOIIH tic'.iiliclii.'H , nnd ran recommend it to all } ono
requiring n eiiru for bllllouiiiiciu. "
Mrs. Ira Mtillholhinl , Allmny , N. V , wrlto :
"KiirmM'ml 1 hnvumillerudfroni
) iairH oft-rtfiir-
rlni ; billlotm beadKhus , dyMpoiiHin , nnd foni-
iilnlnU prculliir to in } HUX. Smcu lulnoiir
llurdoik Hlood ItilteiH I am entirely relieved. "
Price , 91.00 per Bottle ; Trial Bottloi 10 Cti
FOSTER , MILBURH.&Oo . , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold nt wIlOleHale by IBI | & McMnhon and C. K ,
Ooodinnn. jo CT ood-ine
AND-
H a n d s o m est
IN TIIK-
For Sale by
WM. F. STOETZEL
621 South Tt nth St.
jilutter of Appllcntlon of Kitchen llrm.
fur I < ! iiior | l.icoiiHti.
NOTIOK ,
KotlrulH hero'iy x' ' ' 'ii ( hut Kltdien llrrw , did
upon tinIfJtb day ot I > ureniliir , A. I' . Ir-bl lilt
In. aiilluntliii | | t/j I u Miir and I'lty Counell
of Ouuhn. lor li < tiim < d Hill Malt , hp'rituoim ' and
VlnoiM Llipinrn , ul the Vfitlinu'l ' Ifonuo , I'ourtli
War I , Oinuli , .S'cb. from Ilio loth day of JAM-
nan , IW , tolliu UUli dny ofAprl , I8
If tin ro l/o / no lijiitloii , riiinun Iranru oriro-
lintllliil wltldnlwu VK.IIK from Dweinber J.'j'li ,
A. D , , 1Kb ) , Ilio e.ihl lltcn-u w II liu Kraiitvd.
' ' .
KI'IC'ilK.S IIIIOS ,
Appllinnt.
Tim IHn.v lire. rii"Huiiu r will puhlUh tliu
iLovonutlcu oiKuiniih WLCH for two wtckH nttliu
Dxru'iouof tliu appllc.ilit. 'Iliu City of Omaha Ii
not to be cUariruil thcruwlth.
j. J. fc.c. JWHT ,
Jw'i III City L'krk
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL-
UOTKI& FltOl'lilKTOJlti.
AnUNQION , J. a. MclNTIRC , Lincoln , Net
JUDKIN3 HOUSE , JUDKINS A DRO , , Red O k. | .
BAHATOO.A HOTEL , J. B , 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb.
REED HOU3C , GEO. REED , Ulyitei , Neb.
WOObS HOUSE , W. P.ELLIS , Oic ola , Neb.
OOMMEI1CIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , StromtljurR , No.
AMERICAN HOUSE , QEO. H. McCAIN , South Dencl.Nr
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivlllo
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Ulnlr , Nob.
UXCHANOE HOTEL. C. II. HACKNEY Atlilnntl , Neb
OtNTIlAL HOUSE , JOHN COOPER , Oakrlalo , Neb.
COMMEHOIAL HOTEL , WM. CLEMMON8 , Ocw.ird , .Vob.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL E. EVANS , O'Neill , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL O F. CA88ADY , Danlion , U.
HARTHtY HOUSE , W. P. HUNTER , WrittldB , In
OELLOU HOUSr. , MRS. A. E. UHUOE. Rlilng * City , Nob.
DORCHL8TEII HOTEL , A , B. KINKLE Dorchester , Neb
OOMMEI1CIALHOTC. , J. Q. MEAD , Ncllfili , Neb
CENTRAL HOU3E , JA8 McKILLIP , York , Neb.
TU11LE HOUSE , W. H.TUTTLE. Aurora , Neb ,
OAOt HOUSE , A. R. OAOE , RcpubllcnnCltyNob
DENVER HOUSE CAIRNS & WILLIAMS , Hnatlngi , Neb.
SANDERS HOUSE , CHAS. E. McNIBH , Friend , Neb
WOODWARD HOUSE , WAREN WOODWARD , E elnr , Neb.
JUDKIN3HOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON. M lvern , In.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. C , CUMMINQS , Cornlnp ; , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE. WM. LUTTON , Vllllscn , l.i.
PARK HOUSE , W. J QARVIN , Cornliift , IA.
E81CS HOUSE , N. T tSTES , Qraiul Itlnnd , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSC , F. W. WILM8. Kearney , Nob.
WILIJER HOURE' THOMPSON REED WlS' or , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , W. W. SHUWFELT Wnco , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , G. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
HAMMOND HOUSE , JOHN HAMMOND , Colimibut , Neb.
CENTRAL CITY HOUSE J. 8. OREQERY , Contrnl Cltv , No
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & UECKER. Cretton , la.
NEOLA HOTEL , F. OIEVERTZ , Neoln , In.
EMERSON HOUSE : , A. L. 8HELDON , Emerion , In ,
AtlaniH County , Iowa ,
Cnuil v'C ' Johnson Grain Doalora
E. Clark ( ! ont > ral Morchamliso ami tluwolry
Black llro.M ( ionor.il jMoroluindiao
. .1.V. . Day ( ! rocorioa
Crammer t Allyu fiiocorios ami Haulwuro
0 II. Currier ( Joiu'ral Morchatidtao
,1. W. Wood Harness
U. L. Hrown ( trocory ami lU'staur.int
Shutt Luiuhcr
II , f < . Lynch Kiirnituru
A. E. Itiidlh Diuga
. ) . Lu Fnrguu lliiutH nnil Hhoua
11. Chromstor , Blacksmith
.1. T. Tally Mi-iil Murkut
.1. 11. LalliiiH \\X' < i Shop
Curriur iV Mooth ' Oontractiira and Huililura
Goo. H.itcH * Crain Doulura
,1. L. AdkitiH , M. 1) t Phynician
.1. C. IMavwiill , i\l. \ 1 > I'liyiician
If. ( ! . Iliilln-it , M. I ) ' Physician
A. .1. Maiirau , Al. 13 Physician
.1. I'nlmiii 1 lotol
I'3. Clark luwyur
O. S. Kaniliniii Hotul nnil ( irocury
IV1ILLARD.
( Ioujlan ) County. )
Samuel Colwor General IMorchiuidiRO and Klovator
John Potorcon lilackxmilh
Krcd Schatv. HlackHiuith
L. Johnnon Hriek Yard
C. Kaclhor Gr.iin Dealer
J. J. Slowait Hard\Miro and Lumber
Henry Hoitholt Uarriayo Maker
Hen Abeucr DruiiH and Ci ar Fit-story
John Loin cko Stock Dealer
Chariot ) Koltromaii ' Flour Mill
John Hrunur General Mt-rchandiae
Christ J'opponhagen : ( Farmer's Homo ) Hotel
Ilrnry ICiraten Hotel
J. Bcnroodor Saloon
James JolniHon & Bro ! Toamstura
M. Knnfki Shoo Maker
Claua Herbal I . . . . Shoo M.ikor
CharloB Stulxor Painter and Sewing Machine
Win. Van Dorn 0 irpuutor , itc
Fred Lc-ip Carpenter , &c
Goo. Itoetur Jlutchor
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
ISH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA , Nfctf.
The Only Exclusive WholeBHlw Dnifj HOUBH In Nebrj
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAIL ORDERS.
Jy IH-inii
IJIOA LICKS TN
Fire and 6urgar ! Proof
1020 Farnham Street ,
Special Attention
Is Once More Called to jthe Fact that
CO.
Rank foremost in jthe West in Aaso rtment and
Prices of
FOR MIDN'S , BOYS' AND OHILDRBN'8 WEAR.
ALSO A COMl'LKTK LINK OF
Furnishing Goods
Hats and Caps
Wo uro'proparod to moot the demando of the trade in regard to Lutoat Styloe
and I'.ittoniB , Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connection
RESPECTFULLY ,
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th St