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    OMAHA DAJL.Ly BEE ;
The Indian Insurrectionist *
Xailtmal AModatod 1TM * .
TUCSON. A. T. , Starch 6. Fort
Indian prisoners nt Ft. Lowell , wh
wore implicated in the Cibicu oul
btcftk , will bo returned to San Carlo
under a military escort and tot at lit :
crty. Their capture , detention an
transfer has cost the govcrnmon
$1,500. Although evidence is conch :
aivo of their participation in the oul
break , no effort has boon made to or
force a legal oiamination into the fact
or measures taken to furnish them
Public feeling is that the trorornmon
niado n great mistake in the remoyr
of the Indians to the reservation , a
they have boasted that the whites dar
not punish them.
Aid oi the Jew * .
National Anoclated I'rcw.
BnooKLYN , March 5 , A _ nrnsi
meeting of Jewish citizens of this citj
was hold this afternoon at the Tomph
of Bothlolicin to protest against the
persecution of Israclities in Europe ,
and to consider measures for the relief -
lief of Russian refugees now arriving
in the United States. Resolutions
were adopted expressing' sadness , in *
dignation and horror at the persecu
tion and cruelties to which the Jews
of Russia have been subjected during
the past year ; sympathizing with the
afflicted and down-trodden exiles ,
who have boon rendered homeless and
reduced to poverty , and pledging ma
terial aid in order to enable them to
come to thip country. After several
addresses had Wen made , a committee
of fifty was appointed on subscrip
tion. Some $2,000 was subscribed by
these present. '
Died From Excessive Drink.
National AM elate. ! I'roai.
YOUK , Pa. , March 5. Dr. II.
Wolf , of Now Salem , York county ,
recently arrested for malpractice ,
died suddenly this morning , The
coroner's jury rendered the following
verdict : "Died of apoplexy , super
induced by excessive drink and an
overdose of chloral. " Wolf was bound
ever to court yesterday at a hearing
before a magistrate.
Eloped With a Boaatlfal Girl.n
EAST SAOINAW , March 6. Win. E.
Griswold , a promising young dentist ,
became intimate and linally infatuated
with a beautiful young lady of this
city and eloped with her. Airs. Gris
weld has filed a bill for a divorce.
FlromenJKlllod.
Hatlonal Associated Press.
NEW OHLEANH , March 5. During
the parade of the fire department a
fire occurred on Poydras street in
which thrco firemen were killed and
four wounded by falling walls.
Firm.
National Associated Vrow ,
GREAT BAUHINOTON , Mass. , March
5. The Congregational Ohuroh at
this place burned yesterday. A de
fective flue waa the cause. Loss ,
930,000 ; insurance , $18,000.
NEW OntEANB , March 5. Last
evening the throe story brick , corner
of Front and Poydras streets , occu
pied by Charles A. Syndur , tobacco
manufacturer , took firo. The build
ing and contents were 'destroyed.
Loss , 910.000 ; insurance unknown.
The flames spread rapidly and the
'
root fell , 'throwing down the outer
wall. Stephen Orolina's log was
broken ana thrco others were slightly
njurcd. It is reported others are un
der the ruins , the truth of which can
not bo ascertained.
Mail and Stage RoVboriosv
National AssociatedPress. !
SAN ANTONIO , Texas , March 5.
Joseph Shooly arrived this evening
with two men charged with robbing
the mail between Goliad and Ouoro.
They wcro placed in jail. McHonry
connected with tha robbery and jailed
several days ago revealed all and the
officers find things as ho represented.
They recovered about $400 stolen
money , Shocly has already boon ar
rested and convicted of eleven stage
robberies.
The Grand Trunk Train Shooting.
National AsMUAted Proas.
STJIATFOUD , Ont. , March 5. The
Detroit gamblers arrested'in connec
tion with the shooting of a companion
named Johnson on the Grand Trunk
train were arraigned yesterday before
a magistrate and remanded for u
week , owing to difficulty of the crown
officers to make them testify. It is
said that the Detroit chief of police
secured thu party that fired the shot
that killed Johnson and that ho will
bo extradited immediately.
Philadelphia Election FranMs.
National Press Association.
PHILADELPHIA , March 5. Reno wed
excitement has boon occasioned in
political circles to-day by the an
nouncement from the counsel for the
citizens' committee of one hundred
that warrantu will bo sworn out to
morrow for Oio arrest of thirteen
men , many of them election officers ,
on the charge of. violating the elec
tion laws at the municipal election
last moutli , ODD of the accused is a
prpminent member of the city coun
'
cil. The coiiimU'teo on fraud has prepared -
pared a report based on a mass of reliable -
liable testimony relating to frauds per
petrated at the last November elec
tion which they say will create a sen
sation. Official public statement of
Bomo facts in the case will bo made
to-morrow. The grand jury yester
day afternoon found five true bills
against as many men for illegal votes
and fiyo elections officers lor whole
arrest warrants were issued yesterday
have ilod the city.
Attempted Safe Roftbary ,
National AswdaUd Frew.
THINITV , Tox.tMarch G. A bold
nd daring attempt was made this
evening at 7 o'clock to rob the safe in
the office of the contractors of the
Trinity & Subine railway. Three
masked men lay in wait for Mr , Mur
phy , onoof the firm , and five of his
employes , and bound thorn one by on
as they returned to the ofiico after
supper. Mr. Murphy was covered by
revolver , and uno of the men was
commanding him to open the safe
when the colored porter made Ills
appearance ; ho was ordered to throw
up hit ) hands , but instead of doing
this he ran down the street , pursued
by ono of the men , who fired a num
ber of ineffectual shots after him
Alarm being given , the would-be rob-
fcera made their way to their horses
mftdo good their escape , ,
River Steamer Sunk.
National AmocUUd Tree *
LouisvittE , Ky. , March G. Th
steamer James D. Porker , from Gin
cinnati to Memphis , while going ovc
Iho falls about noon wont down in 1
foot of water just below the bridge
leaving nothing but the hurrican
deck visible. She carried thirty paa
scngors and over 500 tons of freight
The wildest rumors prevailed in ro
tjard to the disaster and thousands o
people gathered on the bridge and 01
the shores to witness the wreck. I
WM ascertained that all the passcn
gers had escaped , though some wen
nearly drowned before being rescued
The loss on the boat is about S20,00 (
and on the cargo about $100,100
The boat is a total wreck and wil
doubtless go to pieces in the morning ,
Th ° cause of the wreck was striking
a current BO strong as to make tin
boat ] unmanageable and wheeling
around ulio struck a reef and was so
badly crippled that she at once went
down. Bho was insured at Cincinnati ,
The crow of the lifo saving station
hero rendered valuable assistance to
the passengers.
Pennsylvania Politics.
National Associated I'rau.
, March D. A con-
fcronco of dolcgatos from the trade
societies of this city have resolved to
bring into existence a now organiza
tion to supplant the national green
back labor parly , and arrangcmenta
have been made to formally set the
movamont in motion at a mass moot
ing in the Academy of Music , on the
lOtli inst. The idea underlying the
afliiir is to make mechanics and
trades' unionists a power in state
and local politics. Delegates are ex
pected ut the mooting from different
parts o the country , and a committee
of ono hundred will bo asked to
coalesce with the new movement in
ardor to dethrone political bosses in
the city and state. The president of
the acting executive committee is
itrongly anti-Cameron.
That Philadelphia HotrowMMar-
rlngo.
National Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA , March 5. Warrants
iavo been issued for the arrest of
Samuel M. Major , Modes Stein , Louis
Jong and Henry Walters , promiaent
'lobrow merchants and storekeepers.
Jimon M. Stein , the complainant ,
hargos that the defendants , ono of
rhom is his father and another a
irothor , entered into a conspiracy to
ompol Annie Loderman , when his
lotrothod , to sign a paper confessing
heft of thirteen yards of ribbon in
irdcr to have an excuse for demand-
ng that the engagement should bo
irokon. Stein married the girl about
hrco weeks ago. The accused will
iavo a hearing to-morrow.
- . !
Present to Arohbiihoo "Wood.
rational Awoclated 1'row.
PHILADELPHIA , March ' C. The
/atholio clercty of this dioceao have
ocidid to present a handsome purse
D Archbishop Wood on the occasion
f the twenty-fifth anniversary of his
lovation to the bishopric , which
ccurs on the 2Gth inst. Over $12 ,
00 were subscribed at the first private
looting toward the object. ,
Murderer Arrested.
atlonal Associated 1'roaa.
BUKNHAM , Tex. , Moron 0. 0. D.
lee , who murdered Dr. Moollor a
jw weeks since * at Washington , was
upturod last night at the house of
> avid Stokes , four miles north of
'omplo ' , by the sheriff of Bell county.
'wolvo ' hundred and fifty dollars ro-
ard had boon offered for his appro-
onsion. .
Ugh Water in .the St. Lawrence.
ittlonal Associated Press.
MONTHEAL , March G. The rise in
10 water has carried away the piers'
ndor the Salmon Falls machine
ions and bulkhead of the cotton
ill ! darn. Frank Cobb , a young man
om Now Hampshire , working on
10 dam , was carried llown ever the
ills and drowned.
'Dim OXoary.
'ational Associated 1'rosn
NEW OKLKANH , March 5. In the
Q hour pedestrian contest O'Leary
ofeatod Downey by one-third of a
lilo. O'Leary covered 136 miles. 0
ips , and is very proud ever his vie-
jry.
i '
Foreign Mows ,
atlonal Associated Press.
VIENNA , March 5. Although dvory
ay brings u small contingent of killed
lid wounded from the seat of the in-
nrrcction , there is evidently a pause
i active operations on the part of the
kUstrians. This H doubtless duo to
lie precaution with which the milita-
y authorities are compelled to uro-
ood. 'Ihey cannot employ largo
lassos of troops und uro obliged to
artify every ati.ikgy in position that
ills in their hands. The insurgents
loanwhilo liartms the iioldiurs at work
nd dovhut they em to interrupt
ommunicatious. General Struusky ,
i command nt Serajuvo , has just up-
lied for and obtained permission of
lie Emperor to deal summarily with
ny persons convicted of maliciously
npbrilling railway traffic. They uro
j be handed ever to the nearest mili-
iry tribunal and uro subject to the
onalty of death. This measure is a
Dnsoquonco of several attempts to
lirown trains off the line between
trod and Xenica by placing largo
tones on the rails. A reward of 100
orins is offered nybody reporting
uch persons to the authorities.
TIIKOU XN.
LeNin . , ural thanks-
iving services were hold yesterday in
11 churches throughout thu country
ir the safety of the queen in the
ito attempt on her lifo at Windsor
lation.
On the meeting of parliament to-
ay , Earl Granvlllo , in thp house of
> rds , and Mr. Gladstone , in the
OUBU of commons , will move an ad-
rets of congratulation to the queen
n her euciipu from assassination.
HKS3Y HKUMANN'H DEATH.
ST. PCTEIISIIUUU , March > . In-
estimation shows that the woman ,
lossy Holfmann , who was sentenced
i death for connection with the as-
filiation of the czar , and whoso
jiitonco was afterward commuted to
iiprisomnqut for lifo , died during
lifldbirth in prison in this city.
TUB JEWISH I'KUSKOUTION ,
Thu agricultural and administrative
fstoni at present in operation in
owish colonies upon the crown lands
of the southern governments of Olioi
son and Jekatherinoalaw is to be re
organized according to a plan now i
course of preparation by the commit
sion of crown domains administration
Altogether these Jewish colonist
number some 3.1,000 persons , o
whom but n small numbct pursue nc
ricuHnro , the majority being engage
in industry and trado. It Is consid
ered by the Russian government tha
the Utter are not permanently livini
there , leaving their agricultural neigh
bora to pay nil taxes , are merely i
burden on the colony and should bi
expelled. The entire community wil
therofi.ro bo subjected to carefu
scutiny , and all such Jews as do no
devote themselves to agriculture am
are not settled residents , will bo required
quired to quit the crown and states
It is estimated this measure will involve
volvo the expulsion of some 2,00 (
families who at present use the landi
for trade and go and como as thoj
liko.
Mrs. Bnrnlmrt , corner I'ratt mid Bromi
way , l-Juflulo , WAS for twelve years ft euf
fercr from rlieiiirmtimn , ami after trying
every known remodv without aval ) , wni
cntliely cured by TiioMAB'JicLrOTiuo On.
mai7wlw
Wedding * Fifty Years ARO-
S'ow York Yerk.
In the early part of this century
weddings in New York were not the
elaborate affairs they are now. The
festivities began and ended with the
marriage ceremony. There were no
ushers , no rehearsing at the church
beforehand , no receptions after the
bride and groom returned from a trip
of a few days seldom a few weeks-
far the gentleman could rarely leave
his business. There wcro bridesmaids
and groomsmen , no best man. Wed
dings usually took place in the even
ing at the bride's residence , and not
infrequently the happy pair went di
rectly to the house that had been hired
by the groom and furnished by the
bride's family. The bride's trousseau
it that time was very simple. _ She
never were a veil. This was intro-
iuccd some years later , was only ono
jrard square of a simpo ) not , covered
with thread embroidery , and was pin-
led up on thu head behind. Since then
roils have increased in quality and
luantity , till they nro now priceless
leirlooms ninong the rich families of
ho country. The brido's dress was
null or embroidered muslin , short , as
v&a the fashion both in the skirt and
vaist. Pearls , not diamonds , were
ho height of her ambition , though
liamond rings were beginning to bo
vorn. The entertainment , or refresh-
uont , was also much simpler. There
vaa a wedding cake with a ring in it ,
o bo cut by the bride. Sherry was
isod in much greater quantities thun
.ny other kind of wine. Chain pagno
vaa a luxury only used on grand occa-
ions , while at ordinary parties porter
raH frequently aeon. The caterers
fore two or thrco colored men , who
rcro found sufficient for every pnier-
; onoy. French cooking not having as
ot como in. Dinner parties ( except
ho most elaborate ) wore all in the
aytimo. As for parties , every one
, -aa invited for 8 o'clock and expected
o leave at 12.
Entertainments fifty years ago had
ot seen thu waltz that was intro-
ucod a few years afterwards.Coun -
ry dances , "tho boulangor , " a very
rotty wheel-figured dance , not unlike
ho court quadrille , were the favorites.
L cotillion , not the elaborate German
ow danced , was also in vosmo. Tha
rosses were short , showing.the white
r black tied satin slipper. The waist
nd sleeves were short , to correspond
ith the skirt. Ono of the party
resscB of the period waa of white
itin with a cerise-colored crepe lisso
vordrcsa Jiunging looso. Flowers
ore not used as now. If a (4)A
ion sent them to a lady , it was
lought his intentions were very seri-
us a sort of floral declaration. If a
idy had moro than ono bouqnot , they
ore tied to her side , trophies of her
11 amtion , by a ribbon. A bouquet ,
eating $5 war considered the height
felegance in these days of Primitive
mnlicity. The satirist in Now York ,
hen the'waltz was first introduced ,
ad as amplu u field for his obsorva-
ions as now. If some of the writers
f the day compared it to it. Turan-
ula , what would they have called
omo of the dances of to-day ?
About thirty years .nco entertain-
icnts in the daytime wcro introduced ,
units in the daytime wore introduced.
L well known leader in society found
ixurlous living had increased sufil-
iuntly to warrant the acceptance of
or invitations by ladies and gentle-
ion of leisure , and a morning cotil-
on was greatly enjoyed from its
ovolty. Other families followed
10 example , nnd the 4 and 5 o'clock
sas of to-day are gatherings of but a
lightly dillerunt nature. In those
ays of old fashioned Knickerbocker
ospitulity sociable evenings were
jally sociable. There was time for a
loaiant evening with apples , nuts
nd cider , or fruit in warm weather ,
) regale the guests while discussing
lie latest fashionublo event. There
roro no clubs or teas , receptions or
alls , to take up a man's time out of
uaincsa hours , no straining every
orvo to keep up with the times , and
lion running down , as now. It v
lie ago of moderation.
This comfortable state of thirrgs
ontinued up to nearly twenty-live
oars ago. Then the excitement of
old fuvor in California turned men's
.oads and women's hearts in more
OIIBOB than ono. Now York caught
lie fever , and favoring circumstances
npidly developing millionaires and
lie city alike , almost all vestiges of
Id Now York disappeared.
GREATEST REMEDY KNOWN.
Dr. Kind's Now Discovury for Con-
innption is cortmnly the { jroateut
ledical remedy oui [ il.it.ed uitliin the
, -aoli of Bull'ering humanity , Thou-
inda of once helpless sufferers , now
mdly proclaim their praise for this
'underfill discovery to which they
wo thejr lives. Not only does it posi <
vely cuio Consumption , but Coughs ,
Olds , Asthma , Bronchitis , Iluy
over , Hoarseness and all atFeotions of
10 Throat , Chest and Lungs yields
t once to its wonderful curative ] x > w-
r us if by magic. Wo do not ask you
) buy u largo bottle unless you know
hat you nso getting , Wo therefore
irnetttly request you to call on your
ruggistn. IHH & MaMAiioN. and got a
ial bottle free of cost which will eon
[ nco thu most skeptical of its wonder-
11 merits , and show you what a regu-
ir ono dollar size bottle will do. For
do by Ish & MoMalion , (4) (
A rcintdy with such a rcprcsrntallnn as llos-
tetter's Rtomnch Bitters /ctcrv es n fair trial I
Jou ate dyspeptic , jour nnhdy will eventually
) Ic d to It ; If you sro feeble , lack flesh and for
dojionJent , It will both build and cheer jou up
If ion nreconstlpatut It will relieve you , and I
Mllous , hralthful stlmnlkte tour liver. . Don'l
dcspo n but make this effort In the right dircc
tton.
tton.For sale by all druggists and draleis generally
feh'Sto ml
Gentle
Women
Who \vant glossy * Inxnriant
and wnvy tresses of abundant ,
bcantiiul Hnir mast use
MON'S KATUAIRON. This
decant , cheap article always
makes the Hair provr freely
and fast , keeps it from fulling
ont , arrests and cares gray-
Dcss , removes dandruff and
I1 thing , makes the Hair
B-jong , giving it a curling
tendency ana keeping it in
ai < y desired position. Beau-
ttful , healthy llalr is the sore
result of using Kathairon.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK , MARK
English rem
oily. An un
failing cure
for Seminal
Weakness ,
.Spermator- .
rhca , Impotency -
ency , and all
Dbeosesthaf
ci AFTER TAIIHO.
lelf-Abune ; as Lo'S of Memory , Universal Lossi-
ude , Pain In the Back , Dimness of Vision , Pro-
nature Old Age , and many other Discuses that
cad to Insanity or Consumption and a Proma-
ure Grave.
tarFull particulars In our pamrhlct , which
vo desire to send free 1 r mall to everyone ,
C3TThe Specific Medicine Is lold by all druggists
A tl per package , or 6 pock jcs for (6 , or will
> e sent free by mall on reel ptof the money , by
dressing T1IEQBAEDICINECO. . ,
Buffalo , N , Y. -
or nalo bv 0. F Ooodr ocfme-cod
The Great English Kemedy .
TRAM
Nerer tails to cuie
IVervous Debility. VI-
pi Exhaustion , Kmls-
l-lons. Seminal Wcak-
| ncs e9LOSTMAN.
llHOOD , and all the
t11 \ effects , o ( youth-
llful lollies and execs-
J'c . It stops perma
Inently all weakening ,
Imroluntary loss sand
{ drains upon the sys-
Tern , thr Inevitable re-
„ . „ . suit of these evil prac-
Ices , which ure so dcstruo Ive to mind and body
ind irmVo life miserable , often leading to Ineanl-
y and death It strengthens the NervesDrain ,
rncmorjf Blood , Muscles , Plec-itlvo and Kcpro-
luctlro Orns , It restores to all the onranlc
unctlcns their former \lgor and vitality-ma-
Ine Ufa clicerlul and enjoyable. 1'rlce , $3 a
lottle , or four times the quantity > 10. Sent by
xprott. secure from ebscrratlon , to any address ,
in receipt of price. No. C. 0. D. sent , except
m receipt ol tl as a Kuar&utee. Letters rj-
nesting ananors must lucloao stamp.
Dr. Mintie's P adelion
ro the best and chcape yspcpsta and billions
ure In the market. Bo y all druggists. Price
0 conls.
DB. MINTIIC'H KIDNXT HiuutDT , OirRiricuu ,
lures all kind of Kidney and bfadder complalnte.
onorrhca , gleet ai.d Icucorreca. for tale ty all
auug stu : tl a bottle.
ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
718 01vo ( at. , St. Louis , Mo.
If jou 311- * man '
' of fnt-Jnca , wcAU mill of K .
cnnl by Uic ttraln or tirstcllinco'.irin
your dutlci avolo , to
timulnntiand toiel
Hop Btttore , , UM ,
If you are younif and I
dt ci-vtlon or dlujlpnl tluni If rainrotnnr
rlcrt or ilnEle.old orl Ijounir , miUcrlnir trov
noorli altu or UiiKuUli f line on a two -t * lk
UCBO , nly on Hop ! Oltterii.
. Thcussnai aie * ! .
Whoever yonnro.
wlicnofcr you fiel
that your y tem I I form ut Kla ey
n < .cds clcaiuin , ton-1 that
Inv er ttlmulatlnir ,
nltlioutdilaxfMl
atz Hop
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BM to'8.
pfjMita , ktdntyA Or I. O
crui * nurwr ( m- U an ttnoluU
of lh ttumucA , and bloco IrreiWa fo
. HOP re <
6 i ( > , Hoiul. drunkenneif
H rorn rw i UBO of opium ,
Tou will lie tbbaoco , o >
cured If you me narootlciL
Hop Blue
Soldhydrog
If are imply
you
TlbU. Bcudlof
wank and
Inwrnlrltrdtr3r ply NEVER Circular
it I It may
oavayour ft IFAIL TO CO. ,
Ufa. ha *
nvod hun * MkMlcr , * ,
aredii 4 Toronlo , Ooi.
Po Nervous Sufferers
THE UREAT EURO PEAH REMEDY.
> r. J. B. Simpson'B Specific
It 1s a po lti\ecuru for Hpernuuoi rbra , Senuna
fi'okncxxi. lm | < tUncy , and all disease rraultloft
am Self.Abukti , as Mental Anxiety , Uuai
V. ? > ln In 't'f lik or lila. and , ( lUeaM
Trr 'h t' load to
( nvnltv an
warlygisrs
'ho .sp fit |
Medlclna U
belnf tnwl
, vl . r with wonder-
& $ ii JrA ' " '
&my . "V'Sf.t ,
o lice toTa1l , Wrlttt for them and get full par-
culan. .
Vrlcn. BnodOc , fl.cu MI rcfc V ° < ° ' ll [ IC > 1
{ cs.for w.OO. Addn-M all ordon to
B. 31MSOX UKUICIIUE CO
Nos. lOt and 106 Uata fit. Buffalo , N. 7.
Bold In Omaha by 0. F. Qooduuu , J. W Dell
, K , III ) , and all > Trucrlttit rury < * brra.
letekaLandAgem
DAVIS & SHYDER.
)0 ) Farnham 8 ( . , , . , Omaha. Nebra
9kpp.pOO .OVUElfil
inuully ulectcd laud InEwtcrn NotrMkaloi
Je. Croat Bariratni In Unprorcd larnif , aod
maba city property ,
. F.CDAYIS WKUSIEF
Land Ccm'i C , P.
yon suffer from Uj-gpcpsia , use
BURDOCK ULOOD BlTTEIl !
I you are amictcd with nillousncsi , u o
BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTKH !
I you are prostrated Ith sick Headache , take
IIUIIDOCK BLOOD BITTEIU
( your Bowels are disordered , rcgulah ) them wit
nUUDOCK BLLOD BITTEUf
If your Blood Is tnpuro , purify It with
.BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTERE
If you have Indigestion , you will find an antlJot
In ' BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS
H you are troubled with Spring Complaints , ei
adlcato them with BURDOCK BLOOD I1ITTERE
If your Llrcrls torpid , rntoro It to healthy actloi
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEIia
If your Liter U affected , you will find a sure ro
storatlre In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have any species of Humor or Pimple , fat
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you hare any symptoms at Ulcers or Scrofuloui
Sortt , a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting ; strength and vitality to the nys
tern , nothing can equal
, BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Price , 1.00 pot flottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Ota
FOSTER , MILBURN , & Co , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale by Ish & McMahon and 0. F.
Doodaian. je 27 eod-me
Tnls great peclflc cures that most leatbsome
dlseoso
SYPHILIS
Whether In Its Primary , Secondary
or Tortlarr Stag * .
Removes all traces of A'crcury from the sys
tem , Cures Scrofula , Old Sores , Rheuma
tism , Eczema , Caurrh or any
Blood Disease.
Cores When Hot Springs Fail !
Malt era. Ark. , May 2,1S31.
Wo have cases In our town who lived at Hot
Spring and Here finally cured ulth S. S. 9.
IICCAHSIO.H & MOKRY.
Memphis , Mcnn. , May 12 , IB81
We have sold 1,290 bet les of S. S. S. In a year.
It has glven.unUcrsal eitlslictlon. Fair minded
physicians now recommend It us a positive
specific. S. MANSPIKLD & Co.
Louisville , Ky , , May IS , 1881.
8. S. 8. has given better satisfaction than any
medicine I have ever sold. J. A. FLFXHIK.
Denver , Col. May 2,1881.
Everypurcha er I peaks In the highest tcrroi
3fS. 8. S. L. ilolsjctflr.
_
Richmond. Vs. . May 11,1881.
You can refer anybody to us In. regard to the
uerlta of S. S. S. Folk , Miller & Co.
Ha o never known S. 8. S. to fall to euro a cose
: f Syphilis , when properly taken.
U. L. Dcmmrd. perry , 0a.
Ell Warren.
The above signers areuentlemon of high stand
ing. A HCOLQU1TT | ,
Governor ol Georgia.
1FTTOU WISH WB W U.TAKEYOURSE CA
TO BE PAID FOR WHEN CURED.
Write for particulars and oepy of Ittlo
took 'Message to the Unfortunate.
81.OOO Rownrd IH be paid to any
: hcmlst who will tlnd , on analysis 100 bottles
3 8. 8. , ono partlcloof Mercury lodMo Potaa-
ilum or any Mineral substance.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Props.
Atlanta , da.
Price of regular size reduced to $1.75 per i nt
Je Small size , holding half the quantity , price ,
(1.00. ( -
Sold by KENNARD & CO. ,
tnd Druggists Generally. _
"
"TRUTH ATTESTED.
JomoImportentSitutomo'ts of XV 1
Known People \Vliolly
' Verified.
In order that the public may fully realize the
; cnulicncw ) of the statements , M well as thee
> o crand value of tha article o [ which the ;
ipcak , we publish herewith the /ac-slmile nliii-/ .
; urcs of parties whose sincerity la beyond qucs
Ion. The Truth of these testimonials U abso-
ute , nor can the facts they announce be Ig-
lortd
OMAIU , NUB. , May 21 , 1881.
I. H. WARHRR b Co. :
DXARSIR : I have frequently used Warner's
iafe Kidney aud Liver Cure for local affectloui
Attendant U | > on severe rheumatic attacks , and
mvealnays derived beneflt therefrom , I have
, l o used the Safe Nervine with satisfactory re-
ults. I consider those medicines worthy of
Deputy Treasurer
OMAIU , NEB , May 24 , U81
I. " WARMIR fc Co. , Rochester , N. Y. :
GKKTS : I ht.T naa ( four Safe Kidney and
.Iv cr Cure this spring as a U or Invlgorator , and
Hnd It the bent remedy I ever tried , I have
isod I bottles , and It has made mo feel better
ban ever 1 aid before In the spring.
U. P. R. tibopi.
OMAIU , NUB , May , 1B81.
I. H. WARKIR&CO. :
SIRS : For more than In yi ar I have suffered
nuch In onvenlence from combined kidney and
U cr diseases , mid have been untble to work ,
ny urln > iy erg us aUo being affrc'ed I Tied a
; reat many medicines and doctor * . * > ut I grow
rorne and wor.e day by day , I was told I had
Jrluht'a Disease , and 1 wlnhed myielf dead If 1
ould not have speedy relief. I took your Safe
Cldney and Liver Cure , knowing nothing el e
} as ever known to cure tha disease , and I hav.
lot been disappointed. .The moJIclnu has cured
ne , and I am perfeo ly well to-dar , entlruly
hrough > our Bafo Kidney and Liver Cure 1
rlshtouallcucc twin publUhlng this valuable
euiedvthrough lh world
JexterL.TlioinasffiEro
. ,
WILL DUVAND HKLT ,
4(0 ALL
ooicmcmD ruixiwini.
Pay Taxes , Rent Houses , Etc.
If TOO WiBT TO BUT OB PBU
All U Office , Boom 8. Orelpb'cn Vo t , Onaha ,
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL * .
HOTELS. PBOPRIETOR3 TOWKf.
ARUNdroN , J. Q. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net.
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Btromiburg , N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Louisville
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. G. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL ? . SEYMOUR , Nebraska City , N te
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Water.Ne
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , Q. W , MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb )
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Clarlndn , Iowa. .
ENO'8 HOTEL , E. L. CNO , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , y O. D. HACKNEY , Athland , Neb.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. GRUDD , Guide Recd , Neb.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Oretton , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKINS & DRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH , Extra , IA >
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , In ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 6. BURGESS , Neola , la.
OITY HOTEL , DID. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la , .
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINGS , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.'U A VERY , Stanton ,
PARKS HOTEL , Shenandoah , In ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL , j. W.IDOULWARE , Dutllngton Junction , M'
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanohard , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Dayld City , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllll.cn , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , IdalQrove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , D , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
GRAND PACIFIC , J. NORTON , Columbus , Neb.
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceoln , Neb ,
DOUQLA8 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clarke , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , 0. D. HACKNEY , Ashland , Neb
. O.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnh&rh St. . q > naha. Np.h. _
CARPETS"
HAVE DECLINED SLIGHLTY §
-AND
J. twiler
Is the first to make the announce
ment to his customers and
the general public.
MATTINGS , GIL CLOTH AND WINDOW
SHADES ,
Always sold at the lowest Market
Prices.
We carry the largest stock and
make the Lowest Prices.
Orders promptly filled and every
attention given to patrons.
J. B. DETWILER
1313 Farnham Street.
OMAHA. - - - - NEBRASKA.
Special Attention
Is Once More Called to jthe Fact thai
Rank foremost in the West in Assortment and
Prices of
CLOTHIN
FOB MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S "WEAR
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Furnishing GoodsHats
Hats and Caps
Wo aro'propored to moot the domanda of the trade in' regard to Latest Styles
' " and Patterns. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connection
RESPECTFULLY ,
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th 8t
, \V H OT ES ALE
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
-AKO DEALEU N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. M.U.
I. OBERFELDER & CO , ,
WHOLESALE MILLiffiET AM lOMffll
1308 and 1310 DOUaLAS STREET.
Ipring Goods Eeoriflng Daily and Stook very nearly OompletB