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OMAHA DAILY BEE ; WfcDAESDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 188-4.
THE DAILY BE 13.
OMAHA PUBLISHING OO , PROPRIETORS.
BIO FarnhAm , bet. Olh And 10th 8tr eti.
TKUMS Of 8UUSCUHTION. *
tm copy 1 Jr < vrn ! a > lM\noctio < tnlil | ) (10.00
e TOontfu " " 5.01
month " " 8.00
KAlLWAY TiME TABLE.
TIHKUARD CUICAOCI , HT , VIH. , VC < NralMU3 ND
( UUUS HAILKOM' .
tc > o Omnh ra-sjcnRtr No. 5 , 8:30 : x nu Ac-
coimnotLttloti No. 4 , 1:0 : I jt. in
AIM-P Oninha-F.vftiurcf No. I , 6M : ) \ . m.
Aixniutuoilntlon No. S , 10. W a. in.
LKAMXd OVIAUl IA9T OR BOrtU.MUNX
0. , K & 0. TMO . tr. J:40 : 1 > . in'
C. . N. W. . 7lO ! . B > . 8:40 : p. m. . ,
C. , R. 1. 4 I' . , 7:40 n. m. S-.40 ] > . m ' 1
K. a , S . J. & 0. S. , loavr Hi H n. m. anil CM :
p.m. AirUca.itat. Uiul M 6SOa. : iri. oinlSlW
L. ro. - ' ' i j
W. , St. I. . A P. , ICMCI t i v ru. ftn.l Silriji.
! Arnus a Sjt. Loun at 0:40 : a. in , nd 730
II. k M. In Nrl > . , Thrmuh K.Jiite j , 8:50 : k. w.
II.II. . tt M. Lincoln Kni'ri s-4.-.lfO . j ) . \ .
II.u I1. OvtrlMiil nifrV * , I2t&p.tu. !
II.a tt R. V. foi Lilian , 11:45 : . in.
a A U. V , lot OSLoO.li. . 11:40 : a. m.
u.u. . P. trcletit No. S , fcsn a , m.
u. I1 , tre ht No. , t-SO u. in.
u.u. . I' . ItclL'lit No. 12 , V 50 p. m.
u. F. IroUlit No. 7 , fl)0 : ) p. in rmUr ; < tnt.
. .P. ' Uomcr rxpio , 7-SS p. 111.
6 ! P. freli-lit No II , 11-SO p. lu.
u. I' . Dtlnrr frr U'ht , 8A6 | i. in.
0. B. & O 6 CO a. m.-7 : & p <
0.C. I A N. W.BI6 ; a , m. 7:46 : p. iu.
C.K. . IU I. tl'.Di : : a. ni. 0:06 : p. uu
K. C. , St. Jo il ) 11. , 7:40 : a. ni. : lfp.
K.O. ul ! tin WRIT A.SO IKJtnilWMt.
O.U. b IU V. Irou Lincoln l.OS p. m.
U. I1 , fadflc hxptftw 3SA : p. m.
0B. A M. In Noh. , Through Kxptiw 4:15 : p in ,
B. A M. Utifolu K\t > n i > 'J 40 a m.
17.U. . 1 * . Jicnierpro > i < , 7:85 : 111.
U. I' , might .No. 14-2.50 p. in.
U.U. . I' . So. 6 6:20 n. m. Binl.r ) nt.
U.U. U.U. . P. freight No. 14 , 12:15 : p. m.
U.U. . P. No. 8 D.OO p. i' .
U. I' . No. 13 1:16 : ft. u > .
U.C. . P. Oemcr Irvl-tht , 1:10 : a. tu.
o. & R. V. mlNod , ftt. ! 46 p. m.
DUHUT VKAItH Mtrw lf < OMAIU AMD
Lmra OuiAh at lOO , 9 0 , 10KW rvnil
m. ! l:0 ! :00. : 3:00 : , 4:00 anJ 6 : 1 p. m.
Ixmo Council Bluda at 8:26 : , 0:2t. W'M anil
I'M . m. ; l:2B , 2:25 : , 8.25,4:45 : nnd 6S6 p. m.
buii-'n.Mi Tliu dummy U < a\t4 Olilfthd kt 9KXI
nil llnxl a. ra. ; 2:00 , 4:00 : Mvl 6:00 p. m. L 08
Cloiuicil BIiiBa at B:26 : ami 11S6 a. m.iS-,26 , i:2i :
n < 1 6:25 : p. in.
Through and loonl pMscnjir trains hctw-ccn
Omaha and Coun 11 Illuffn. IXKHO Oraihi--C:16 :
7:46 , 8:50 : a. m. ; 3:10 , 6:15 : , 0:00 : p. ui. .Ur vo
Omahv-7IQ , 11:116 : , 11:46 : a. ra. ; 6:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:16 ,
; 40 p. in.
Opening an < 3 Closing of Mll .
oriK. cww * .
a. m. p. m. a. ui. p. m.
W. 11. CO ! > :00 : 6:30 aio :
Chirac , K I. & l'M-lflc.UCO : l:00 : f:30
eiileuro , It. & Q. . 11:00 9:00 : 5:30 2:40 :
Wabarli B-.SO 2:40 :
sioux city M.d I'.cinc. . o.oo 6:20 : 2:40 :
Union Pactnc 1:00 : 11:40
OntahtJsK.V 1:00 : 11:40 :
H. &M. InNol 4:00 : 8:10
Omiha t Bloux Cit > ( . .00 7:80
B. ft M. Lincoln 1USO : 6:00 :
U. P. Lincnln , SumUy. . . 1:30 : 11:00 :
U. P. Utnver Exi ) :00 : 0:30 :
O. , Sioux City & St. r. . . 11:00 : i : 0
1-or.M uiallrt for btato ot Iowa \e\t \ but one * a
day. vl :0SOa. : : m.
UXcu uiwn SuniAja from 12 iu. to 1 p. m.
THOS. r HALL I1 M.
Abetr.ict arid Real titato.
JOIIN L. MoCAdUE , oiijioolto Poet Office.
W. H. DAKTIJ2TT 817 Bouth IBth Bt-catL
Architect * .
DUFRENC & MKNDKLSSOUN , AnCHlTECTH
Itaoiu 11 CrolKhton Hlook.
A. T. LAHOE Jr. , r.oom 2. Cicluhton Block.
Boota and 8hoo .
JAMK3 DsVINE ft CO. ,
rino Boots and Shoes. A rooil iworttnonl ol
homo work ou land , corner 12th and llanier.
IIIOS. KKICK8ON , a E. cor. 10th and Douglas.
JOHN FOKTUNATU8 ,
85510th Mrtet , manufactures to order gtxxl wort
ai fair priced. Rcpalringdone.
Bad Spring * .
i. r. LARRIMEB Manufacturer. 1C17 DouyUant.
Books , Newa and OUtlonery.
J. L FRUEUAUF 101S fTamham Stree * .
Butter and Egfi * .
MoSHANE & SClIBOEDrlll , the oldest B. and K.
botuo In Nebraska eotrtbllphed 1876 Omihx
MI13. A. RYAN ,
MMlthwut corner IfithiuJ Dodite.
Boat Board for the Monny.
Meall at all Hours.
Boiml by the JUay , Week or Month ,
Good Tcnua for Caeh.
Futnlntird Unnnm HnpplUxl.
Uarrla ei ancf Rcun Wagoni.
WU SNYDFIl , Hth and Harney Stroela.
J. n > ItUI I will | < aj liljrliwtCafhmlco for second
iu.nd ciutlilnir. Corner 10th and ranihain.
JO UN DAUMKH 1311 Kamharu Street
II. BEBTHOLP , KJW ) and Metal.
Lumbsr , Lime and Cement.
& OKAY corner Bth and Douclan Stc
Lamps and ulaisware.
1. BONNER 1209 Uonclaa Ht. Good Variety.
0. A LINIK2UEST ,
Ono of our most rcpular Merclunt lUlora la ra
CBltlug tbo latent dcdigUH far Spring and Summiir
UooJa lot ifontlcincn'a wear. Styllvh , durable ,
and wloui luw ax ever 215 13th bet Douic.bKarn.
MRS. C. A. niNOlIR , Whole-tale and Retail , Fan
cy UoodB in great \nrlety , Zo ] > liyr , Card Board i ,
llosicry , Glovea , Corseta , &c. Cliiapost Hoiue ID
thu Wwt. Purchasers m\o 30 pel cent. Order
bY Mall. llSj'Iftoenth Btreet.
JOHN WKAUNB & SONS , cor. 14th tJa < A onrt
OMAHA CITY HILLS , 8th and Varoharo Hid. ,
WulBhani Bros. , proprietors.
Z. BTKVKNB , 21st between Cumln and Izr
T. A. McSnANE , Com. J3d and Cumlng tfeeU.
Hardware , Iron and Steol.
DLAN & LANQWORTIIY , Wholeaale , 110 am *
112 16th street
A IIOLUF.8 corner 10th and California
Harneia , Saddle * , &c.
B. WBlfiT M 18th Bt. bet Karp-A Harney.
. ANriKLtinOUSEaeo.Ci nneldtHh4 rtmhain
DOHAN I10U3K , P II. Cnry , 913 rarnbamHt
SLAVKN'H HOTKL. K , BU\cn , 10th. St.
Banthern HoUl Qua. Hamel 9th & I/eavoiiR-ortb
OruK > , Palnti and Olla.
KUIIK & CO.
rharmaUati , Fine vauc ikiod , Cor. Htfl and
W. ) . WllITE1IO VtK , Wholeaale k ReUU , 10th ft.
C. FIKLD , 2022 North HIJa Cumlng Btr < et.
PARK , Drui > t. lOtband Howard Streets.
DK. PAUt. William * ' Uloclc Cor. llth U Dod -e.
Dry Qocds Notlont , Etc.
JOHN II. F. LKUMA.V.N & CO. ,
Nee York DO Oooda Score , 1S10 aud ISIS K ni
b. C. Enevold l o boot * aud iboel 7th & Pacific.
A f. OUOSE , New and Suond Hand Kurolturo
nd bta\M , 1114 Dctulaa. IIlKtctt ttali jjjloo
kid for recond tc&3 ( oooi.
UdNNKK 130.1 Dmrl * t. Flue irooda , ic
( tree WorKt.
OK/.HA KEKCC CO.
OUST , KRIK34CC ISlSIUrncyBt. , Imrrovo
Ki Ice Koiei , l cr and Wood Pence * , Ottc *
B illcs , Count ( i e I'loe and \ \ alouU
OlK r and Tobacco.
nttTi ClKllm ) mitactut r o (
ind Whdwwle Uoalprol n Tot o ) . 1SO& DouRlat.
. V. UKKS7JUt naiiufattiirff 141B Famlium
A. DonariupUiitiiciitflowi ( r > , e0a , ooqnet *
etc. H , W. cot. 10th and tkiudm itrret * .
Olvll Engineer * nnd Surveyor * .
ANDUKW ROSKWATKR. Crtlchton Wock ,
'o n Bun ey , Orad and Sew raie Syitema a
Specialty. _ _ _ _
Uommlnlon Merchant * .
JOILV Q.VIL LI3.1414 OoAge Strtol ,
D 11. DKKMEK FonletAlls coo larco aJi ertlle-
la l ) llv and Weokly.
Vrv rn Cornice \\orkn , Uanntacturor * Iron
Jonili-r , Tin , Iron and 8l to Iloofllng. Onlfn
from MI ) locality promptly cxccutoJ In the beat
maniM r. Factory and Office 141 $ Harnfy 8t
0 , Bl'KOHT , Proprietor.
> alMUil > nl Iron UornlotVlndaw Cam , etc. ,
mAnufaoturod and put np In anv patt ot the
T. SINHOLU 410 Thirteenth ttrcct
J. liONNKR 1S09 DouulM lrwjt , Ooixt line.
Clothing and HurnlthlnE Qoodi.
OFX > . II. PCTKRSOJf. Al o Hat , Cajw , Uoot ,
them , Notions and Cutlery , S04 8.10th ttrcet.
netrlcerntora , Canfleld'a Patent ,
a H. GOODMAN llth St. bet. Farn , & llatney.
Show Oa e Manufactory , !
0. J. WILDK.
Manufacturer and Dealer In all klnda ot Show
Ca n , VprtKht Casog. ' . , 1317 Oaw St.
FRANK L. OHIUIAUD , proprietor Omaha
Show Oiio manufactory , 818 .South 16th ttrret ,
> et\tcen Lovxenworth and Marcjr. All good )
v trrartixl first-claim.
Pawnbroker * .
ROSKKKHLD , 10th St. . hot , far , ft tlar
A. DUHMlSTKlt ,
Duiluln 8to f andTliiviaro , and Manufacturer
of Tin IlooN and all klndu of Building Work ,
Odd Fttlovrj1 Block.
J. 1IONNKU. ISO ! ) DouzU * S . Goo < l and Cheap.
Seud * .
J. KVAKfl. Wholnate and ItoUU Seed Drllla and
nUown U ll.
Physician * an J Burgeon * .
W. 8. 0111113 , M. D. , R om No I , Cretghton
IllooJt , 1Mb StTMt ,
P. S. LLIS NHINO , d. D. Maoonlc Block.
0. L. I1ARV , M. U. , Kye aud Ear , opp. poetofflcs
PR. U B (1RADDY.
Onillirt a'xl Aurlit. S. W 16th and Farnhnm BU
Photograpner * .
OEO. 1IEY.N. PROP.
Orand Central GiUlcry ,
21'J Sixteenth Street.
OKU Mn oiUc HalL Fxrrt-clwa Work and Proinjit
Qteam Fitting ,
P. W. TAUPY A tX ) . . 218 12th St. , hot. Karnham
aad I > OfeU. . Work promptly attended to.
1) riTZPATKICK , 1409 Douclas Street.
alntlnR nn npor nnRlng.
UKXIIY A. KOSTKRS. HI OodKo Btreet
Phillip Lang , 1820 Farnham Bt. bet 18th & 14th.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS & LKAR. 1416 Douijlaa St. . New and
Second Hand Furniture , Iloune Furnishing Goods ,
tie. , ) < nuht and eold on narrow ninn-lnn.
HFJJRY KAUFMANN ,
In tno net * brick block on Douglas Btroet , hat
lust opened a most olcfrant Iteei Ilall.
Ilot Lunch from 10 to 13
CaleOoau " J FALCONER 079 Iflth Btreet.
Undertaker * .
ClIAS. IUKWK , 101 * Farnhnrn bet. 10th & lltd.
DO Cent Store * .
( X BACKUS. 1X05 K-iriiliain St. . Fancy Oood *
Somelmportont&tntomcMtii of We
Knovrn People \Vbolly
In ordef that the public may fully reMlio the
genuineness of tlio Rtatcmt'iif , a * wt'll a ? the
powur and value of the article ofhlch they
speak , we publish hcrt , 1th tl'O fac-slniilo s'Ktm-
turea erfiartic3 _ whoso sliuenty In beioiiil ques
tion. Tlio Tnith of thoao tuetlnionlala la abno
lute , not con ( ho lu.ts they announce be IK-
OMAHA , NEB. , May 24 , 18S1.
II. JL WAiLM-RiCo. :
DKIK SIH : I have frequently UKd Warner's
Safu KUnoj and Liver Cure for local affectlous
attendant upon oo\ere rheumatic attacks , and
luio oJ * B'd iIorl\iKl benefit therefrom. I have
alto Ui U th Safe Korvine with eatltfnctory re-
sulU. I consider thcso medicines worthy of
OMAHA , Nisu , May 24 , 1(81
II. " . W/n-Mm & Co. , lioohiwter , N. Y. :
Gurr * : I hu\o uaed jour hafo Kidney and
Livc-r Cure Uils tiprliiK OK a her Invigorator , and
1 llnd I thu best leincdy I ever trlod. I Imvt
ustxl S IwttkH , a"d it hufl uivlu me feel better
than ever 1 old before in the pprini. .
L' . P. U. Shop .
OVAHA , N > , SIay 24 , 1881 ,
n. II. WARNER A Co :
HIPB : Kor more than ly / urs J hiue suffered
much In omc.nienco from combined UMnuy and
ll\er illHu.isnH , Hiid Ime ln.cn uinbloto work
myurln y or ' iwnlso belni ; affoc'eil I ricd a
( front many mediclncn and doctorx , but I gtv *
worse nnd woiioOty by ilay luastold I had
Brluht'aliiHiJwe , nml I wished tn.M-clf dead If I
cauM not have Mjiuody relief. I took your Bale
Kidney und I.hcr t.urc , Knovlri nothingel e
utui-vvr known to ciirotha disease , and 1 hav
not been dmapiioint d. Th > mddiclnvhai cured
me , and lam jwrfce ly well I0'htntirtly '
IhroiRh jour halo Kidney and I.hcrCuro 1
wish you all unco w In piibiiiihlM thli valuable
rcmo-iy through Ihenorld.
U. P , R. K. Bnops.
Thou and of-equally H'roiiendot6i'nieiit |
many of them In cuooi where hope waa aban.
donwl Iwvo been \oluntarlly irlM > nBhoulni ; the
remaikable rwwtr of Warner' * ' 'afe Kidney and
Liver Curu , Inalld8ca u of Ihi kldnvyg. liter
- * ' " If thin
o- any cp who reada
itroullo r < rrontijr tlio roil
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ILER & CO , .
8olo Manufacturora. OM AHA ,
FAS TIME !
In going I'jvst WVe the
OMcago & Northwest-
Trains Ic.avo O.roht 3 10 p. in and 7. 10 a. m ,
For full Iiiforaat'on call on II. 1' . Iil'Kl. , Ticket
At'cnt , I4lh and Kurnham Hti J. 1IF.1.I , , U. 1 * .
Hallway De-pot , cral JAME.1 7. CLAKK , Otner-
al ARCII ) , Oiiiala. jal'iniulf
TO ARMSI TO ARMS I
The Professional Qulllors of
Bhur Scmtching Vigorous
ly for n Living.
A Dnd Case of Motlior-ln-law , Sou-ln-
law nml a Sklnnod Hog
Other Horns ,
C rrc p0u'cl"e | ' ° ' T10 'loo ' >
WLAIII , Jnnunry 2l ? . Comiilorablo
excitement exists lioro at prosunt over
a reported cnso of small pox , about
eight miles west of hero iu the coun
try. The doctors nro ditlotitiR on Iho
case. The sicknosa IB in thu family
of a Dmio , sumo women folks having
lately come from Kimtpo. Ono
woman 1ms died and another in the
family is down with the same disease.
The school ehildien in the neighbor
hood have boon I'xj.osed. The doc
tors are reaping n harvest by vaccin
ating the unltio population of the
county , the price being 81 per arm.
On Saturday night hint sonto person
or persons broke into E. H. r-roder-
ick s rendering UHUbliahmont on
Fish creek , near the city , and
killed i'ml skinned a Inrgo hog , and
loaded about ono ton of coal on to
thuir wii on , with ; \ hoi ; , nml started
homo. They left the skin of the hog on
the ground. The tracks of coal nil
along the roml led to the house of Airs.
Lamb , about seven miles north of
Blair. With a search warrant thoolli
corn found the conl and hog , and ar
rested Alts. Lamb and her son-in-law
and claughttr. All three wore put un
der bonds until Friday , when their
trial will take place. NV. H. Fnrns-
worth is prosecuting ; Dullard & Wul-
The trio of thieves arrested recently
by Detective llur.on at and near
Omaha seem to bo the garg that re
lieved the City hotel and depot lately
ut that place.
lj. F. Hilton is building n court
room to bo occupied by County Judge
In the Blnir correspondence in THK
DEE of January 2t ! , some nugseativo
and ludicrous mistakes in the spelling
of the names of uur county ollicors
occurred , cither through the mistake
of the correspondent or compositor.
Mr. Ed. Farr received a telegram
on Monday to the effect that his sister
was sick , and ho immediately started
for Beatrice , her homo. Hix.
IIY A UKTKUTlVi : .
There is a low ruined cottage on
St. Anthony street , Now Orleans ,
wluiro the moss grows over the roofing
and the rickety doors hang by broken
hinges. Dust and ago have hid the
tloor from sight , and the decaying
walls are damp and moldy. Only
ono room is inhabitable , and that
shelters an old woman , gray and de
crepit. Sitting on a low stool she
murmurs a lullaby an old-time song.
Ago has deprived her of reason , but
the sorrow of a tragedy wrought is yet
fresh at her heart.
Thirty yours ago she was beautiful.
The olive chocks were radiant and
the glorious eyes Hashed the triumph
of a belle. Tall and slender , ex
quisitely formed , with a rich Audalu-
siari typo of beauty , it is no wonder
that she reigned regally over many
hearts. At that time no society in
the world was moro brilliant than
ours. Wealth and hospitality wont
hand-in-hand , and the most refined
and elegant in the land d'd homage
to the beauty of Now Orloans. To bo
star regnant of such society involved
more than physical loveliness , and
Blanco Castollohad all the graces that
None know then she was married.
A young clerk of the father's had
gained her heart and hand. In this
cottagi ) her infant son was born
hero , when she stole away from the
bewilderments of fashion , aha en
joyed the society of the man whoso
love she had ventured so much to win.
Wedding him in secret , she had con
trived to deceive her parents and
There woio few things the father
would not have pardoned in his child ,
but not this. Ho was wont to boast
that kingly blood was in' his veins ;
that his ancestry had fought under
the standard of Arrogon. How
could ho accept a plebeian son-in-law I
Months went by and the mask was
persevered in. But a jealous rival
discovered the deception at lost. And
ono night the young husband foil
dead from a shot fired by a concealed
assassin. The bullet that pierced his
heart des royed the life of the child
ho hold in his arms.
Who did it ?
Mr. I and myself had the
working up of the case. The city was
wild over the tragedy. The unhappy
wife , mad with grief , had not hesi
tated to avow her marriage. It pro
duced an excitement in society rarely ,
if ever , seen before.
But who was the murderer )
This was the question upon every
tongue. It was for us to discover.
Months went by in incessant search.
Hero and there a link in the chain ol
evidence was picked up until at last
wo were able to lay our hands upon
the man. But , if the deed in itself
was horrifying , the culprit , when
known , occasioned a thrill of indig
nant sympathy for the unfortunate
wife felt by all. Before arresting him ,
however , wo deornod it advisable to
consult the lady. For this purpose
Mr. I. and myself visited her. She
wus still at the cottage , never having
lett it since the night of the murder ,
When shown into the room my hear !
turned nick as 1 contemplated the
ravages a few short months had made ,
The form was bowed and bent the
beauty which had been the toast ol
brilliant society had Hud , Before us
stood a lady whom grief hud all bul
"Madame , wo have come toconsuli
you in rcfiTcnco to the murder ol
your husband , "
"You have found him "
, then ? ho
"And ho is "
I could not help the Bad look that
cane into my face. How could I in
flict on a heart so worn and weary ad
ditional Borrow )
"You do not tell mo , " she said ,
with an intonation of voice so exqui
sitely aad that it went to my heart.
"I must tell you , madam , deeply as
[ grieve to do go , but you must pro-
.mro yourself for a great ahock , " 1 ro
"What other calamity can befall
non ? "
"I'orlmps a i > i eater ono than you
mvo yet encountered. 1 fear you will
esteem it such. "
"Speak , who is it "
"Your father. "
"My father ! -oh , no , not ho1 say it
WAS not hoi" nnd her arms stretched
Hit to mo so njipoalingly , the white
ijis and anguished eyus were so bo-
needling , tlmt I felt 1 would rather
die than face such nn ordeal again.
"Yes , madam , the chain of circum
stantial evidence leaven no room for
loubt. Ho did the deed. "
It peomcd as if this last sorrow had
jroken her heart She stood up bo-
'ore mo , every trace of color Hod from
ler face , with unutterable anguish in
ook and gesture.
"lA'avo hiinalouo with God ! " and
fell fainting to the tloor.
From that hour to this 1 have never
seen hor. She holds no intercourse
with any ono. All else ave a faith-
'ill servant is Kxnislu-d from the homo.
From her I learn what 1 repeat to
you. Her reason has no doubt tied ,
nnd _ she sits by tlio tireless hearth
uirsing her sonow alone with her
THE BEE ANNUAL.
"HnmlBomo Specimen of Art. "
Sohuylor Sun Tin : OMAHA Br.i :
Illustrated Annunl Ueviow is on our
: ablo. It is a haiidsomo specimen of
irt , and shows the solid , growing
irospority of Omaha , and the enter
prise of THK Hr.i : as well.
"Clear and Beautiful. "
Columbus Jouru.il : We have here
tofore neglected to notice TMKO.MAHA
DKK'S Annual Review , a 'nicely illus
trailed number , dourly and hoaulifully
setting forth the growing city of
Omaha , as she will appear in the his
tory of 1881. The enterprise of THK
BEE is certainly commondnblo.
The Klnoat Yet ,
North Bond Bulletin : THE OMAHA
UKK Buppliment is on our desk , it is
one of the ( meat pictorial editions
ovorigotten out by that establishment
and reflects much credit on the gentlemen
tlomon who got it up and also the
publishers. THK BKK deserves much
praise for having the enterprise ) to getup
up such creditable edition. The
lithographed work is most excellent.
THK BKE is the liveliest paper in tin.
Htato and is always ready to moo
A Mode ! of Bouuty.
Plattsniouth Journal : The "Annuu
Review * of THK OMAHA.UEK . is a
model of artistic beauty , a'nd is eal
culated to give Omaha a good "send-
off" wherever it is circulated. Four
full pages are occupied by thirty-twi
handsome cuts of the city s most pre
tentious public and private building1) .
Superior Quide : The illustrated
edition ot Tin : OMAHA Bin : in its an
nual review , nllccts great credit on
its publishers. The improvements in
the city during the uast year are im-
Shows up In Fmo Stylo.
Fairmont Bulletin : THE BKK'B
illustrated Annual Review of Omaha B
out and in the hands of its readers.
It is a credit to THE DUE establish
ment and'shows up the metropolis ol
Nebraska in fine stylo. As a ohooi
for statistical reference it is very val
uable anl will.doubtless bo preserved
A Hondsomo Edition.
Sioux City Journal : THE OMAHA
DEE , as is its custon , issued a hand
some illustrated edition for Now
Year's , Lithographic views of Oma
ha's best buildings and chief indus
trials interests are given , accompanied
with a review of the yea/a business.
"Handsonio and Valuable. "
North Platte Telegraph : THK
OMAHA BEE , with its charac-
toiistic enterprise , issued thn first o !
the year its "Annual Review" for
1881. It is a four pnge , 8 column
nheot , printed on heavy calendar pa
per , the outside pages containing lith
ograph cuts of all the prominent build
ings of our metropolis. The inside is
sot in nonpareil , and filled with sta
tistics and other interesting data o !
Omaha's present condition and progress
gross dining the past year. Alto
gether the "Review" is a handsome
and valuable publication , which re
fleets credit equally upon Tin : BKI
and the city from whence it in issued.
"Dono Itself Proud. "
North 'Platto Republican : THJ
OMAHA BKK ha * done itself proud
again with ita Illustrated Review o :
the city. These Reviews Jmvo foi
years boun the handsomest and most
dtsevving evidences of newspaper en
terprise , and this exhibit is a littlt
ahead of former issues.
Of Course Ho Does.
Hall County Frontier : Tin : O.MAIU
BKK'S "Annual Ileview" is a vor >
creditable piece of work indeed ,
Rosowaler deserves credit for his en
torprise. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A M-rvoloui Cnro
For all bodily iillmcntt ) , Brining fiom hn
purity of blood , u torpid liver , inegularlt ;
of the bowclH , | ndi < entlon , cormtiimtion. o
dlnorilciuil kiilneyn , In wairnntHlIu it fret
u o of IlfimocK Hi.oou Bin MM , I'rici
$1.00 , trial ! zo 10 cents. UMv
Accumulated Wealth ,
Pcmer ltenibllcan. |
One of the principles of the founders
dors of the American republic wai
that there ought to be no concentration
tion of capital and no landed estates
These two evila have caused come o
the greatest troubles that Kuropuai
nations have Buffered. But Europe
cannot now correct what is a very nn
portant wrong , for the accumulation !
there have rtsuited from yntoina ol
aristocracy and monarchy syatenu
which dated from the clannish wars o
the middle ugcs. But if these vus
estates concentrate in America , am
become dangerous , it is the fault o
American ? . There are already indi
cations that the republic is running i
liu/.iird in this direction ,
Some of the slates have , or Jmv <
Imd , huvH preventing the concontra
tiou of capital referred to , Unde
those lawn the will of Ynndurbil
would not have been permitted ; am
that will id only ono of many instance
whore money waa kept in the hanclH o
5nglc controlling power , and thu
-ontinuanco of auch a custom uould
ory soon place the government even
nero thoroughly into the hands ol n
uonied man than it i now. If \ \ ,
1 , Vanderbilt , accumulating mmioy
i * ho is , foil own his father' * method ;
I Jay Uouhl does the name , the
uturo will be fr.xujt.lit with danger to
ho country such as has not been un-
ountored in thu past. It is plausible
ophistry to argue that Jay ( lould'n
'ouius fur money-making otititltM
lim to thn full control of this
nillions. That may even bo fair
nough logic ; but it is also f.xir to u.ik
vhuUiertho custom would tend con-
rolling railroads in alt parts of the
ountry ; swinging an onormmtH
mount of money ; cnp.iblo to appo.U
o venal law-maker * to nn extent that
nakoa temptation as nearly irrcsisti-
> le as it ever becomes. Possessing
hcso advantages , whore will safety Ini
ound if the power of Gould in per-
nit toil to remain in thu hands of ono
nan from generation to generation ?
Miuono Sue draws a startling picture
> t the cumulative power of capital ,
, mt ho gives figures which show how a
mall competence swells , with interest ,
o a massive fortune. The muno fiiet
s illustrated in the history of the
lothschilds , ytt even the Rothschilds
inly limit their bequests of the fam-
ly while the custom of our great
nillionaires is getting to be that of
caving thu entire fo'tunn to ono non.
This danger seetim rarely to bo con-
idored in the talk about money-got-
in 11. Jay Gould is regarded as n
genius and a i ewer ; but Inn son m re
ceiving comparatively little attention.
The impression prevails t that , \\ith
Fay Gould , the great power will vanish ;
ot young Gould , with this money in
us graap , can hardly fail to wield an
: qual power , for a cohmsal fortune
ikt > Gould's is almost curtain to grow
iwiftly , with scarcely any danger of
lecroasu. The result will be some-
.hing worse even than the "ono man
> owur" so often railed at.
Rediscovery of iv Loat Mine.
Fifteen years ago -almost an ago
in a frontier town , to jiuliio fiom the
progosB made in that period of time -
Mr. Isaac Goldberg , P. W Dooner ,
and others , made a prospecting tiip d
the Santn Civtnlitms after fahuhumgold
mines that wore supposed to oxisl
somewhere ai'nong the summit peaks
of that rocky mountain uml utmost in
accessible range. To reach the higher
or portions it wan necessary to take i
circuitous route and ascend from the
side opposite Tucson , In exploring
thu dizxy heights and dismal canoni
thu party lo t their bearings and nan
dorod about the mountains for sovera
dayp , until their provisions were abou
exhausted , and in their wundorings
discovered a huge lodgn of very line
copper ore. At that remote period o
time copper mines wcionot though
to be very valuable , and but little at
tention wan paid to the accidental dis
covery , and its location waa nut accu
rately observed. The party m.ido
their way out of the mountains with a
rapidity accelerated by the paupw ol
hunger , and congratulated themselves
upon a safe return to this city thai
upon the resulta contingent upon theii
discoveries. They , however , made
four or live subsequent , attempts to
find the copper ledge so curiously dis
covered , but always with uiuforn
want of Biiccces , and the nine days
tiresome wandering of the previous
trip were sot down as barren of al
Very recently Mr. Isaac Goldberg
made up a party , including a number
of the former explorers , and started
out with the determination to find the
lost ledge at all hazards. They were
more fortunate this time than before ,
and succeeded in rediacoveiing tin
bonanza , which is but a thousand fool
from thu mountain stream which Ins-
low the mountains is called Rillito
Creekand but fifteen miles in a staighl
line from Tucson , although eighty
miles by the only feasible trail. The
croppings brought in were very rich ,
and average specimens gave by afu }
over thirty per cent , cupper. The
ledge is eaid to be enormously wide ,
with strong and bold croppingH. Oh :
minors who have hoard the particulars
of the find and have seen the oto sny
that it is the moat important discovery
cvor made in the vicinity of Tucson ,
and ilti value to the ovMieni m boyoiu
computation. Thu romance of its or
iginal discovery and the sulrnvqiirnl
search for it have woven an intoresl
about the mine that will be an laitin ; ,
as the wjndorfiil lode itm-lf.
A Well-known Wlt'd nilor e.
CiilCACio , III. , May HO , 1881.
H. H. WAHNKU & Co. : Sira 'For '
several years I have boon a nullbrei
from kidney disease , and never knew
what it was to he free from pain unti
I used your Safe Kidney nnd Liver
Cure. C. H. HAIIUIH , "Curl Prutwsl. '
j80-lw. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Oar Home * .
Iiinlaia. | ( ) ltc | > ortcr.
Much has boon said upon this subject
joct , but there in volumoH remaining
untold. It is i.ot the wealthy alone
who can have beautiful homes , as nil ]
lady of culture nnd taste hns withii
herself the power to make her homo
beautiful , The "host room , " or draw
ing room , should bo the nleauantna
room and used most by the family
nnd should contain the brightest nix
choicest gems , a few choice llowerinj ,
und foliage plants always muko nroon
look cheerful. Brackets on the walls
for vases , email pictures in frames
needlework decorations , und man ;
other ornaments , all within reach o
thu umatoururtut. Brackets , frames
nnd n great many things can be nude
of hollywood , and the tiny naw in the
lady's hand is HS pretty IIH any otho
accomplishment. There are man ;
other decorations for our homos tlu
might be spoken of , but we have no
time and space for them all , Yet w
will not close without mention of the
one great , yea , thu greatest uttructioi
in our homes , which is u choerfu
greeting , a kind word , und true cor
dinlity , for all friends on well a
Booklln'i Arnica Halve.
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bruihes , Bores , ulcers , salt rheum
fever sores , tetter , chapped hands
chillblains , corns and ull kinds o
skin eruptions. This salvo is guaranteed
antood to give perfect satisfaction i
every case or nionuy refunded. Price
25o per box , For sale by
lun & MuMAiio.v , Omaha ,
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t'M iv JCyond tiny rc.vwn.iMo question tht Uia
NORTH-WESTERN . . .
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.uliMgo ami t'l ' of tlie Principal PoinN in lha West , North and Northwest.
. . . V.ii. | Iln t'tlnrliui Olt.r of Iho Wr < Uml Northwest wo SU'
tiu toul U l fni. . > train * make rio. . ) ooptinctloai will * the trains ol all mll o Udh
THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY ,
- - , jii | , | np < .rmi ; cndi way ilnlly from tno to fourormoro ranmprr.1
10,11 ! w jt ol ClilunKO tnat uses tlio
The Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
iiiMiiriiilior to ails for TU-UoU la this roml , ho sure tlioy rcml ovrr It , and take none ot heu
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The Oldest Wholesale and I.KA1HNG
Retail JEWELRY HOUSE HOUSE
in'Omaha. Visitors can here IN Till :
General Agents for the
find all novelties in SILVER
Finest and Best Pianos and
VER WARE. CLOCKS , Organs manufactured.
Rich and Stylish Jewelry , Our prices are as Low as
any Eastern Manufacturer
ie Latest , Most Artistic , and Dealer.
and Choicest Selections in Pianos and Organs sold
PRECIOUS STONES and for cash or installments at
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honorable dealers , Call anos , and other makes.
and see our ElepantNew Also Clough & Warren ,
Sterling Imperial Smith ,
, Building , American Organs , &c. Do
corner llth and Farnham
not fail to before
see us pur-
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MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES !
Large Stock Always on Hand. dlSeodtl
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FURNISHING GOODS ,
AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS.
It Will Pay You to Call and Compare
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