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J.JE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. MARCH 28 188 * .
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I DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS.
v. ARLINGTON ,
t 8ARATOQA HOTEL ,
I X MARSH HOUSE ,
I < > OMMEROIAL HOTEL
I HALL HOUSE ,
\ CITY HOTEL ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE. ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL ,
GREENWOOD HOUSE ,
\ " COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
f END'S HOTEL ,
EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
METROPOLITAN HOTEL ,
i MORGAN HOUSE ,
' SUMMIT HOUSE ,
JUDKINS HOUSE ,
HOUSTON HOUSE ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE ,
WALKER HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEl ,
CITY HOTEL ,
PARK HOUSE ,
NEBRASKA HOTEL ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
PARK8 HOTEL ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL ,
B GNELL HOUSE ,
COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
JUDKINS HOUSE ,
BALL HOUSE ,
.COMMERCIAL HOUSE ,
GRAND PACIFIC ,
WOODS HOUSE ,
DOUGLAS HOUSE ,
* EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
J. 0. MclNTIRE ,
J. e. 8TELLINIU8 ,
JOHN HANNAN ,
A. W. HALL ,
CHENEY & CLARK ,
J. 0. MEAD ,
. ] SEYMOUR ,
P. L. THORP ,
A. 0. OAARPER ,
0. W. MAYFIELD ,
E. L. ENO ,
O. B HACKNEY ,
FRANK LCVELL ,
E. L. GRUBB ,
SWAN & BCCKEP ,
JUDKINS & ORO , ,
O. M. REYNOLDS ,
D. H. WALKER ,
8. BURGESS ,
Dl B. WILLIAMS ,
MRS. M. E. CUMMINGS ,
JL. AVEryr ,
J. W. QOULWARE ,
F. M. PARK , ,
VM. LUTTON ,
FRANK WILKINSON ,
H. H , PERRY ,
D , F.STEARNS ,
J. NORTON ,
JOHN ECKERT ,
J. 8. DUNHAM ,
O. B. HACKNEY ,
Lincoln , Net. ,
Mllford , Neb.
Blair , Neb.
Nellgh , Nob.
Nobrntkn City , Neb
Hardy , Neb.
Greenwood , Neb
Clarlnda , town
"Eremont , Neb.
Aililand , Neb
Atklnion , Neb.
Guldo Recd , Neb ,
Crcslon , I * ,
Red Oak , la.
Exlra , la.
Atlantic , la ,
Audubon , la.
Neola , la.
Harlan , la.
Darning , la.
1 Gtanton ,
Burlington Junction , M
Ulnnchard , la.
Slienandoah , la , .
D.yld City , Neb.
College Springs , la.
Vlllltca , la.
Malvern , la ,
IdaJOrove , la
Ocjebolt , la
Columbus , Neb.
Otceoln , Neb.
Ashland , Neb.
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MISSIOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Rood Eros. & Co General Merchandise and Postoflico
R. S. Wilkinson Cashier Weeping Water Bank
P. S. TJarnea Drugs and Books
Fleming & Race General Merchandise
Fitchio & Ashman Hardware and Agricultural Implimnnts
Marshall & Son Boots and Shoes
Potter & Webster Jewelry , Musical Instruments and Sowing Machines
Joe F. Parkins Agricultural Implements
Hatch & Mickle Boots , Shoes and Clothing
VS. Clinton Flouring Mills
' 'Thomas & Orion Drugs
J. B. Meiklo Altornoy-at-Law
P. L. Thorp Missouri Paciflo Hotel
J. A. Matthews Editor Recorder
W.B. MILLAIID. F. B. JOHNSON.
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and ffholesale Frnits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Bankers Larfl , and Wilber Mills Flour ,
, - - - .
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
HENRY LEHMANN ,
1108 FAR-AM ST. OMAHA.
STEELE , JOWON & GO ,
AND JOBBERS IN
iFlcur , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
Ail Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
C1GAES IAMACTURED TOBACCO ,
ASBilts for BKHWOOD HAILS AND LAFL1N a BAUD POWDER CD
is Once More Called to jthe Fact thai
Bank foremost in the West m Assortment ann
FOB MEN'ti , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
ALSO A COMPLETK LINE OF
Furnishing Good s
Hats and Gaps
Wo are'prepared to meet the demands of the trade in regard to Uit.int Styi.
and PattoniB , Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connection
M. HELLMAN & GO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 L3th St
S. W. WYATT
3 AND RETAIL DEALER IN
l gM M9
( r iu
"Lath , Shingles ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS AND MOULDINGS
15th and Cuming Sts. , OMAHA , NEB
TOO UTTERLY UTTER.
The Aethetlc ProRfinmmo Prepared
for the Promised Entertainment.
A decidedly novel and interesting
entertainment is promised at Do-
hany's opera house next Thursday
evening , for which the following pro
gramme has been arranged :
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Knin Drill -Clear the Truck . Strnus
Tablcnu Vivant I'.gpytUn Olrl .
. StrnusV Waltz.
Tableau Vivant- Hefty tlio Milk Mnld. . .
. Comliif TlirMiKh th
KcadiiiR Sioux t'hlf Pa Daughter
. Inarnwi Miller
Miss Clara L. Glbjon.
Duct -Fly Away lilrillltip . Abt
Mlfacs 1'iiRey nml Mcrkel ,
Tableau Vivant A Siianfsh Lnily
. S | > anlh Melody
Tabletu Vivaut The Nun. . . . Ave Matin
JJcadlng MoJra . Matlkla Heron
Tlio ccl1e from the tragedy of Medea
JCCUM between .lasou nnd Medea whim
ic lint deserttd in order to marry Crotm ,
laughter of the king of Corinth. In their
iresctico Media Mien for her children but
s refused them by Jason.
Mia * Clara L. Gibson.
Tableau Vivant Italian Contndhm
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Tableau Vfront Kva nnd Topiy .
. Coining Through the Itye
Vocal Solo Aria in E . l\o sin !
Miss Kate 1'usey ,
I'abloiu Marguerite King of Th > Ic.
Jcading Uncle Ucnben's
Miss Clara L. Gibson
fhe Decorative Sisters . I'ollard
The I'crlnnini ; of the Km ) .
Kir. < t Lesson.
nsliumptital .Solo Kestlvil Music ] ' \T-
.imurn . Itubciuicin
Miaa Julia Officer.
Tlio Utterly Intense.
Tbo Dltloronco In Hugging.
An unstorn paper , to encourage
lUKRing in the locality in wltich it is
mblishod , saya : "A Wisconsin manj
vhilo hugging his girl of an evening ,
cceivod a telegram utating that he
iad fallen heir tb n fortune. " The
aatern paper is right in its efforts to
tlmulato a healthy Rontimont in
aver of hugging , but it does wrong to
told out such inducements as it will
not be one time in ten thousand thufc
man , while hugging a girl will re
vive such a dispatch. Ha will oftener
ecuivo a. dispatch , bound in leather ,
'rom the girl's f.xthor , which will in-
orm him that ho has fallen over a
'cnco , and is heir to a lame back.
? horp should bo no money considnra-
ion in a case of hugging , nnd no hope
f falling heir to anything. It is for-
imo cm ugh to a man to have a girl
o hug. Hugging can never become
what it should be , our great national
ecroutioii and enjoyment , our picnic ,
s it wore , until all the thought ot
outside matters is climated from it ,
and the hugging is simply done for
nstauce , because there is a good op-
) ortunity , and no one to say nay.
lie difference in hugging can readily
> o seen by these who have done a lit-
le of it themsulrus , if they go to n
heater and watch tbo actresses and
actors. It is not once in a hundred
hues that hugging on the stngo is
lone because both parties like it , but
s always done for money , at so much
a week nnd wardrobe furnished. The
ictor comes up to the scratch like a
lircd man , and puts his arm around
ho actress as though ho was holding
up a tobacco sign , and the actress
miles u two-for n-quarter smile and
ook.s us though nho was taking pills.
We have often nccn a couple of lovers
n the audience , who piobably know
cientific huguing when they see it ,
ook at this stage hugging and curl up
heir lips with scorn , and look at each
other aa much aa to say , "If it was us
on the stage playing that scene wu
vould break the audience all up , "
Occasionally a couple of stage lovers
inbend themselves and get in a huger
or two that broaka a corset string ,
) Ut in one of these cases the other
> lushea and looks around at the wings
0 sco whether the actor's wife or the
actress * husband is looking. A year
ago when the "Hundred Wives" was
> lavcd here MacUinley and Little
Ada Oilman hugged old fashioned ,
ind it Boemod ss though ho would
> roak her in two , and she looked as
hough she wished ho would , but the
ast time the party was hero , a strangu
woman was in Ada's place , and Mac-
jinloy hugged her as though ho would
rather hire a man to do it for him ,
and the woman acted as though nhn
lover had enjoyed a good hug in all
lor born days. There has got to bo a
certain amount of follow feeling bo-
iween them , or it is a mere matter of
'orm and not worth the price of ad-
nission. Sometimes wo think wo
would like to go on the stage nnd give
some of these nctor a few points that
would bo of great benefit to them in
heir business , but if wo should oiler
.o do so thuy would probably impute
cannistor motives to us , and hit us
with a stuflod club. It is not that
wo would care for the hugging , but
ho advancement of nit. Thrtro are
some nctrsssea that the beat hugger
'n the world could not hug and feel
.hat ho had got the worth of his mon
ey , and there are other , ! that an actor
would bo justified in playing without
1 Biliary and hoarding hiiumtlf , JUKI
'or one hug per evening and Wcdnes
day and Saturday matinuo. However
: his is u subject that wo had novur
thought of until we saw the item in
the pastern paper about tha follow *
Imviug a fortune left h in ,
Throat Ilinuitto Olton Commotion
Cold , cough , or unusual exertion ol
the voice. These incipient symptoms
nru allayed by thu lisa of Brown's
Bronchial Troches , " which if neglect
ed often result in a chronio trouble of
the throat. mar22-dw-lw
Judge McOrary has decided thai
Iowa counties cannot oiler a rewart
for the apprehension of criminals.
An electric light company is aboui
to be organized in Dubuque for tin
purpose of illuminating the city will
electric light of the liruHh patent.
Ilou , M. 0. Woodruff , ox-oditoi
and railroad commissioner , hm re
cenlly purchased 3GO acres of land u
Clay'county and is about to become i
When the railroads now in progres
of construction are completed to De
Moines that city will bo thu centre of
Ira L. Tompins , a brakoma.i on
Burlington Cedar Itapidn it Northon
freight train , while standing on tin
top of a car was struck by the coa
house nt Greene the other day , throwi
from the train and instantly killed
Ho was unmarried.
On the 21st inst. , the body of Free
Hagenlock was found dead in a dole
near Grinnoll. A coroner's jury returned
turned a verdict that deceased came
to his death by the overturning of a
hay-rick nnd wagon by the wind while
driving to the field for Imy , throwing
him to the ground , the rack strik nj
him on the licad and causing install
Hcforo you begin your heavy
spring work after n winter of relaxa
tion , your system needs clo timing and
strcngthcninc to prevent an attack of
Ague , Hilioua or Spring Furor , or
BOIIIO other Spring sicklies * ( hit will
unfit you for u season's work , You
will save limp , much sickness urnl
proat expense if you will usu one bottle -
tlo of Mop Hitters in your family
tlm month. Don't wait. - Hurling ,
ton Jluwko.vc. marlTdUw
A Lnck of Ilurmony.
A follow journalist writes us from
Jntonagon , Mich. "I am having n
; roat deal of trouble lately with my
mpor. AH you know , 1 publish n nice
ittlo country paper here , with patent
iver and alimentary cnnal. Tlio in-
urnal economy is printed in Alilwau-
ceo , and I got it every week by ox-
The trouble is that my asincinlc ,
vho lives in Milwaukee , nud edits the
iisidu , in very ultra on nome points ,
ind maku.i iho
paper very radical on
oino important questions , while I am
u liuhi hit inclined to bo violent my-
elf on thu same mattons.
Now if the member of thostalf who
ittunda to the cast iron matter for the
naide at Milwaukee. , thinks that I'm a
ion-ci mmitta ) , and conservative g-
loatie "uuvoryihiutr , and that ho can
hapo uio policy of tno paper with his
hears , and compel mo 10 write odito-
mis for the on side , to agree with
lim , ho will meet with u crushing din-
PlHUiilmcnt BOIIIH cay.
Now for infit-nieo , I always hated
Jonkimg. I ceiildn'i endure Ida over
listing pomposity and .
biil-Ty B'ylo of standing bn-
liiid thci thnino and stirring thu
hip of state regardless of everybody
* . .Well , what does this patent inside
ditor of mine at Alilwaukeo do , but
ndorso the nomination of Colliding
or Associate Justice , and paralyze an
ditorial I had all written denouncing
he whole thing as a scheme to keep
3onk on the carpet ready for ' 84 ; 1
ell you it isn't pleasant to got a lotof
lear. crisp editorial matter all ready
or the Saturday morning paper , and
enow that it is in typo already for
press , and then Friday night , got
'our paper by express all printed on
no side , and jam full of radical rot
in the opposite side of the question.
t worries me to make the staff har
monize. If I telegraph the olectro-
.ypo editor at Milwaukee that the
olicy of the paper will bo against
he Chinese bill , and settle that all
ight , ho will make some grand and
> eculiar break in another direction ,
and weaken the influence of the journ-
Whnt's the use of trying to mould
mblic opinion in u certain direction
vhen a soro-oycd galoot two or throe
mmlred miles away is moulding it in
another direction with his electrotype
Pcoplo hero have got so they como
n and sk mo whether I'm going to
espouse the stalwart element next
vcek with my iusido or outside. Thou
hey laugh a cold , heartless laugh and
; o away. It's pretty near settled that
i've got to make a change or lose my
> olitical inlluence.
Then in the matter of patent
ncdicine ads , there U going to be
Two weeks ago I wrote up a Jim
3row concern in Now York and said
.hat it was undertaking to foist upon
ho civilized world a patent plasterer
or the back , nmdo of old nocks with
gluuund molasses on them ; warranted
to cure hypochondria and epilepsy.
Then 1 said that the linn wanted
no to publish its ad for ninety-nine
wars with the privilege of continuing
the contract at the sumo price , viz ; $2
) or year and a plaster.
I wrote Bomo pretty harsh things
about the outfit , and closed by saying
hat I'd ' see thublaated swindle in its
onoly grave before I'd lend the in-
luenco of thu paper to boost a cold ,
cruel swindle to the pinnacle of fame.
When the paper came out on tiatur
day , I found that my Milwaukee as-
distant hud inserted tlioud withthroo-
( matters of a column of glowing gush
in the way of leading notices.
You can readily Huo-whut tlio ell'uct
of Huch u Journalistic ourno will ulti-
Sometimes the Milwaukee man gets
in u largo and uweuping drunk , and
then ho puts in selections wrong mdu
up , and beefs hU editorials pretty bad ,
That's the time ho does thu most in
jury to thu paper because ho is Imblo
10 unto up a beer garden instead of
the crop report and his Holections
from other pupuru are not judicious
One day ho cut out a two. column do
8crijliun of a rooster combat from The
Police Unzeito and crowded out the
entire telegraphic summary ,
U hat doirj ho think the puoplu of
Muitlierii Michigan euro for a rooster
war in Now York ?
Wo don't cure u cent , and ho ouyhl
to know h. "
Who that has ever lived anytime in the
country hut must have heard of the vir
tues of Burdock as a blood purifier , Bun-
DOCK BLOOD i iiTKim cure dynntiinin ,
billuuitnetm and all dlnordera arUinu' irom
impure blued or deranged liver or kidneys ,
Trice 31.00 , trial bottles 1U cents.
For tun os for Furuiera niid Mo-
Thousands of dollars can be ( saved by
uaiug proper judgment in taking care of
the health of youifdf and family. If you
are bHi.ua , have sullow complexion , poor
appetite , low and depressed rpirits , and
generally debilitated , do not delay a mo
ment , hut go at once ; and procure n bottle
tle of those wonderful Electric Hitters ,
which never fall to 'cure , and that for the
trilling nun of fifty cents. [ Tribune.
Hold by Schrotcr & liecht.
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HpMo't.-t M < Minch t liter * l the jiwt houst }
liolil inc'innp of the An rrlinn | itoilc | , mull
lcmtr anil rmicmlt" , in n icnirOv for il\M > r | < iift
bllllouniir ani | IrrrttiiUrltleiicf the linMoln , n
cur lirlulls mill tv\vt nml theiinmt Ic M
incite , m ax'tlntlip m ni'r\ou ra cj n c * M
Renctal iiiilstorniit niul n-Morntho.
tor fale hj all ilriiKiiltsi\iulilriiYiiicoiierally.
C. SPEOHT ,
Prpr etor ,
1213 Haitiey Street ,
OMAHA , - - - NSB.
Dormer Windows , Finials ,
TIK , IRON i SLATE ROOHtiD ,
Patent Motalio Sky-
Patent Aduitnblo | Ratchet Onrnnd
am tlio general Hlntu A cnt lor the ubo\f
no nt k'OO'lii. '
Oreellnpi , l.ilu tradn , Ver.i < idn , KDfTlco and
Uank RnlllnKS , Window nnd Cellar
Guards ; nlto
Pecnon and Hill Potent Intlde Blind.
OIIN STABLKK ,
Piesldcnt. Vlco I'ron't.
W. S. UEUUIKR , Sec. ttiulTrcan.
Lincoln , Nab.
Corn Planten , Harrowi , Farm Rollers ,
Bulky Hay Rakes , Ducket Elevating ; Wind
ml Is , &c.
Wo ara prepared to ilo job work and mtumfa
turlrgfor other parties.
Addrcs all orders
NEIWA8KA MANUFACTUIIINa CO. ,
_ LINCOLN NKB _
B. D. MCLAUGHLIN ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
And "Notary Public ,
Dexter L.Thomas ,
I Hooin SHru'uhton ' Hloo
EAST - I NDi A
H ' ' ; i-
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S V 3.
ILER & CO. .
Sole Manufacturers. OMAHA.
. . GUARDIAN'S SALE.
Tlio nalo of lands of minor hclra duly advcrtls
011 In TIIK OMAHA DAILY ttrr. liy A. If. Wymaii ,
Kuardlan , to taku placu on lY'lmmry IH'li ' , 18S2 ,
Hit ulilcli liaa IROII ilvlayud liy Ilio Illness of tlic
atloniof In tliartru ulli lie heM at tlio notitli
leer of tliu Court llousu In Omaha , DouKlaii Co , ,
btalo < rt Nebraska , litt ien tliu lioura of It and
12 o'clock a , in , , of the sal day of March J882.
1.8-16 ' Guardian ,
Store Fixiiirc Work
nil I'rundi Doiih'o Thlcli Klat ami Dent Hhow
0. ,1. WILDE ,
1315 nnd 1317 ORBS Street.
J. L WILKIE ,
TIB and 220 S. 14th St.
CLEVES BEOS , ,
I'ubllc lluldiiu ) . Churchti ,
Btoieii In every btylo.
Attention itlvun to I'atuit
Ofllce Room 10 , Orelghton Block , Omaha ,
John Q , Jacobs ,
fat < j rl ) of UifliiJicoU , ,
80. W. POiME. . 0.
DOANb & CAMPBELL ,
At torneys-'at-Law '
THE ONLY RELIABLE AND STANDARD BRANDS
CtGAKETTES MD ToBACCOS
PIONEER CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS OF AMERICA.
CATP014AJ. . 1U. '
ss-WIBK'l' CAT OUA.U . .
ST. JA.MIUB , . < cC. T. , TA7\r.lCS 1-iJ &O.
i.mw sorrxTits. runs totucoo AMI runs nicit rxrin ,
' * WI3IJ I' r \ 11)11 VI , . '
route MotmiriKOK l'niurpMoil lor clrsnlliiK * . economy , and
cunt , inti.irn The soft frcllHK of tlio cork between tiioturtli mitkcff till * tlin inont dcilrablo
Mid iilo Miit mniitliplpca. hciililcfll > iorl > lU | ] tlio nlcntluo anil ramlcrlug n coollug Bamatlbu to
SVHI iiit < "iii t ii > renowned HWMIT ( UfoitAt , CiOAnrrrics , atmntiitety pure.
rl n - . 'if 'Ml , rnimral 'j. nuil Veteran Cork Mantliiloco | Clfmretlea , ro highly rncommoml < L
- . \ \ \ I > < MKI.I.II > KXHS Tlio lip rmls of tlHorlR ! > rcttoinri > Impervious to moin-
turn lluiitriinlilitnt uinsmnVpr to cotumnn Ihom without tnntllallnn tlin jwper In the mouth.
Mai" ( mm .imOutut Holceio.l brlitlit Virginia Mlltl anil Swict. guaranteed | iuro.
\01.ll 11V M.I. l KAI.iUS TIIUOltUIKUJT THIS WOULD.
HAVE DECLINED SLIGHLTY ,
T T f
& / fi f.tXl. '
the first to make the announce
ment to his customers and
the general public-
Always sold at the lowest Market
We carry the largest stock and
make the Lowest Prices-
Orders promptly filled and e ery
attention given to patrons.
J. B. DETWILEEi
1313 Farnham Street.
OMAHA , - - - - NEBRASKA.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DKALEIl N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neh.
Manufacturing Company ,
MAKERS OF THE
Finest. . Silver Plated Spoons and Forks.
plato that te3
original firm of ]
atanco - single
AH ou > Spoons ,
pluted Spoon a
Knives phitod trlpluUilckno.su
l& platu only on
of care. Each
the a e e 11 o a
lot being hung
whore expo d
on n acalo while
ins being plated , to to wear , thereby
inuuro full deposit making a alnglo
of silver on '
wear aa long aa
Wo would call
u triple platod'
tion to our soc-
Rival. Orient- Tiooed
All Orders In the West should b AddieswoJ to
A. B. HUBERMAHN ,
Wholesale Jewe'er ,
OMAHA , - - - - _ - .
Hair Boofls , Notions , Ladies1 Furnishine ; Boofls , Ulsters , Oiroulars ,
and Suits ,
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