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THE DAILY B.EI
CMAHA PUBLI8HINQCO. . PROPRIETORS
filO Farnham , bet. Oth And 10th Streets.
TKHMS OF sunscntPTtox.
0 it copy 1 joir.ln advancepn ( pr ld ) C10.C
6 month ! " " . . . 6.0
micth " " . . . s.C
T A.ILWAY TIME TABLE.
CARS CHICAGO , ST. fACt. , VI.NXrJ.POU9 K
Uftre Oruahi Pawcnpcr No. 2 , 8:30 a. tn. A (
inrpCHlatlon No. 1,1:0 ( p. tn
Air.rc Omaha Pawcni-er Ko. 1 , 6SO p. ir
Acccs.datlon : No. 3,10:50 : a. m.
JUXO OMAHA ( APT 01 KOCTH OMD.
C. , D. k 0. 7:10 : a. ci. 3:40 : p. tn ,
0. & N. W. , 7 : 0 a. m. BJO : p. m.
C. , n. I , & P. , 7:40 : a. m. Sti : > p. m.
H. C. , St. J , a C , 3. , loaves lit 8 A. m. and 8Si :
res. ArrUca ut St. Louisat C:30tt. : m. and 6:6 : !
m.W. , St. L. k P. , loaves at 8 . m. and 3:40 : p
Arrive ) B St. LouU At 0:10 : a. m. and 7:31 :
wear 01 Bociitwiara.
. , ft M. In Neb. , Through Express , S0 ! a. to
U. ft M. Lincoln Express 0:20 p. to.
0 , P. Overland ExpreM , 12:18 : p. m. v
0 , k P. . V. for Lincoln , 11:43 : a. m. ,
< O. & U V. for Ofccola , 9:40 : a. m.
U. P freight : > o. 6 , 6:30 a. m.
2-F. ' . ' ! " * *
U. P. Dcnvet freight , 8:25 p , m.
o rHOH IAHT
0 D. it O S 5:00 : n. ra. 7:26 : p m.
C. & N. W. , 9:46 : R. in. 7:25 p. tn.
U. R. I. tl > . .9)3 . m. 3:05 p. tn.
A. C. , St. Joe &C 1) , , 7:40 a. re. 8l6p. : ru
4XBI7RIO PKGMTOH flMT Am
0. ft R. V. from Lincoln 1:03 : p. m.
U. P. Pacillfl F.xire | ? SI5 : p. m.
B . 't M. In Nob. , Through Kipreiii. tl5 ! p tn ,
P. & M , Lincoln Exprm * 9:40 : n ID. ]
C 1 * . Denver expre s , 7:35 a. rn.
U. P. Frtlcht No. 11 2:50 : p. tn.1
C , ) ' , Sn. U CiO : a. m. Kmljt ant.
U. P. freight No. 14 , 12:16 : p. m.
U. 1" . .S'o. S 0:00 : p. ra.
U. P. So. 12 1:46 : a. ra.1
L' . P. Hem er froisbt , 1:10 .1. m.l
0. & U , V. mixed , tr. 4:45 : p. tu.
DC1IMT 7 S.ltWRI.X OUAUA AK1I
Lt\v. > Omc.ba at 9:00 : , fl.-CO , 10fiO : and 11CO :
i ? O.J 1 0 2M , 3M : , 4:00 : end 6:00 : p. m.
ItM-e Council BluffH at " .IS , fl:26 : , 10:25 : and
l5 k. m.J l2S ! , 2:25 : , 3:15 : , 4S5 : and 55 p. 111.
Suu'avs The dummy IravM Oaiiha t 0:00 :
and 11 :00 a. rn. ; 2:00 : , 4:00 : Lnd SCO : p. in. I-eavca
Council BluilJ at 0:25 : t.nd 11:25 t. . m. ' , 2:2 : $ , 1:2 : !
nd 6:2o : | ) . m.
Thraash ; nnJI local paniern'cr trains between
Oman's aurt Counill Hlu3 . Ltavo Otn'vha (3:15 ( : ,
7 : 5 , 8:33 : n. m. : 3:40 : , 6:43 : , P.-OO p. in. Arrive
Omiai 7:10 , 11:35 , 11:45 a. m. ; 6:40 , 7:03 , 7:15 ,
lit . tn.
p. _ _ _ _ _
Opnnlng ann Closing of Metis.
K. ru. p. m. a. m. p. ni.
.CUc ; o&K. W 11.00 9:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
" sJo , n I. ft Pftclfls.ll.oo OSO 6:50 : 2:40 :
o , U. J : Q 11:00 : 0:00 : 6:80 : 2:40 :
12 : 0 fiEO : 2:40 :
Blonx City Mid Pacific. . 9:00 : 6$0 : 2:10 :
'Onion Pacific 4:00 : 11:10 :
4:00 11:40 :
' ' ' ' ' ' * ' ' '
S. b U. In Neb . . . . . . . . . 1:00 8:10 :
Otcahn & S'oux ' City. . . . 0:00 7:30 :
f B.&M. Lincoln 10:31 6:00 :
U.r. Lincoln , Sunday. . . 1:30 11:00 :
J. P. Denver Exn 0:00 : 8:30 :
0. , aious City & St. P..11:00 2:40 :
Local tnaih for State of loua leave hut once a
day , vli : 6TO a , m.
OSc open Sundays from 12 m. to 1 r > . m.
TTlO'i. F HALIi P M.
\ TMTas. .
Abstract and Real tttate.
JOrtt' t. JIcCAGUE , opposite Peat OfBco.
W. R. DARTLETT 317 South 13th Street.
DUIKER ! : & MENDELSSOHN , ARCHITECTS
Room 14 , Crclghton Block.
A. T. LATtOK Jr. . Room 3. Ctdghton BlorV.
Uoot and 8hoa .
JA1IE3 DsVIKB & CO. ,
3\nv \ Boots and Shoes. A good aa-ortmont
'hsmQ rtork on hand , corner l.th and Harney.
tHOS. ZKICKSON , S. E. cor. 16th and Douglss.
> J06 ICth ntrett , manufactures to order good work
. > fair pike . Renalrint done. _
? . LARRIMER Manufacturer. 1617 Douda ai.
Books , News and Stationery.
J. I. FUUEHAUF 1016 Farnham Street.
Butter and Eggs.
rbc3HAN'E & BCIinOKDF.U , the oldest B. and E.
.u Kobraaka efltabllnbed 1S7S Omaha.
MRS. A. RYAN ,
: uthwc3t earner 16thand Dod o.
Beat Board for the Money.
U till at 11 Hours.
Board by the Day , Week or Month ,
Oood Terms for Caeb.
Furnl'hnd HOOIHB Supplied.
UarrlaRes and Road Wagons.
Wll 8N7DER , 14th and If arnev Streets.
Clothing ; tlouglit.
. J. HARRIS will pay hlghcstdflh price ( or second
hand clothlnc. Corner 10th and Farnham.
JOHN BAUMER 1314 Farnham Street.
H. BEBTHOLD , lUja and Metal.
Lumber Lime and Cement.
FOSTER fc GRAY corner 8th and Douglas tits.
Lamps and Qlasiware.
J. CONNER 1303 Douglas St. Oood Variety.
Q. A. L1NDQUEST ,
Oce of our moet fcpular Merchant Tailors la re-
tolvln i the latest del na for Spring and Summur
Ooode lor gentlemen's wear. Stylish , durable ,
. ad prlcss bw M ever 216 13th hot. Dou ? . & Farn ,
HKS. C. A. HI NO EH , Wholesale acd Retail , Fan
cy Goods In great variety , Zephyra , Card Board * ,
ucjlery , Olovrs , Corsets , &c. Cheapest House In
lha Vi'sjt. Purchasers eave 30 per cent. Older
br V.M , 113 Fifteenth Street.
JOHN WSARNK&SOWS cor. Uth & Jackson tit
Hour and Feed.
OMAHA CITY MILLS , Sth acd Farnhim SU ,
. , proprltlora.
1C. STEVENS , 21et between Cutnlng ami liar
T. A. McSHANE , Corn. 23d and Cumlni ; Streets.
dataware , Iron nu btocl.
OLAN & LANCW'OUTHY , Wholeeilo , 110 and
112 Uth street
A. HOLMES corno IMh and Callfnrnla.
arnt , tjnudirs , c.
B. WEIST 201tbBt. ! ! bet Faro. & Harney.
, ' &NFI KLU HOUSE , Oco. CinOcW.Cth & Farnhan )
DORAN HOUSE , P II. C ry , D13. Tarnham St.
BLAVEN'S HOTEL , F. SUven , 10th St.
Bonthrn Hotfl Ons. Unmel flth ALeavrnwortb
Uri4i ( , Puuitsanu Ulis.
KUHN ft CO.
Fhiimaclat * , Fine fane Uooda , Cor , Ute and
W , J. WHITEHOUPE , Wholcsale&Retall , Uth at.
0 , FIELD , 2022 North Side Cumlng Street.
PARR. Druirirlst. 10th and Hnwani Strteta.
. DR. PAUL Williams' Block Cor. 16th k Dodge.
ury Goods Notions , htc ,
JOHN H. F. LEllMANN & CO. ,
. Stw York Dry Goodu Store , 1S10 and 1812 Farn >
L. 0. Encwold also txwiU and shoes 7th k Pacific.
A If. GROSS , New and Second Hand Furniture
Dd Stovee , 1114 Ucavlai. Highest each price
aid for second hand goooa.
I1ONNEK 1809 t. Firm cod . Ac.
f tree Works.
OMAL'A FENCE CO ,
OUST , FRIES A CO 1213 Harney St. , Improve
d Ice Boxel , Ircc and Wood Fences , Offlcs
iltnr * . flonnlf i > ? < nn and W lnnl ,
B08ENFELD 10th St. . b t / r. ft lUr
Refrigerators , O nfleld' Patent.
0. r , GOODMAN Uth Bt. bet. Farn. & Uarner.
Clears and Tobacco ,
( VF.ST A FRtTSCn ES , manuUcturcrl of ,
nd Tiolf ivlo DoAleral n Tobaccos , ISOSDouelM.
y. F. LOUKXZF.N macufacturcr 1118 Farnham
A. Ponajhns , planti , cut flowers , seedi , ooqnetl
etc. N. W. cor. 16th and Dourlas street *
Olvll Engineers and Surveyors ,
AJJDRF.W ROSEWATER , Crelchton Block ,
Town Stmejs , Grade and Sewerage Syntems a
9 | > flftlty.
JOHN 0. WIL LIS.11U Uodgo Street.
D B. BF.EMER. For details see largo advertise
ment In milv and Weekly.
Cornice Works ,
Western Cornice Worka , Manufacturers Iron
Conilce , Tin , Iron and Slate Rootling , Orders
from any locality promptly executed In the best
manner. Factory and Oncc ! 1213 Harney St.
0. SPF.CIIT , Proprietor.
Oatranlzed Iron Cornices , Window Caps , etc. ,
manuf > ctured and put up In any part of the
country. T. 81NHOL1) lie Thirteenth street
J. BONNER Ii03 DoneiM ntreet. OMxlllno.
Clothing and FurnlshifiK Ooo * i ,
OEO. II. PU1ER&ON. Aluo Hats , Caps , Boots ,
Shoes Notions and C JtJory. 804 S. 10th street.
Qhaw Caio Manufactory.i
0. J. WILDE ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kinds of Show
Cases , Upright Ciuej , A ' . , 1817 Oass St.
FRANK L. GERHARD , proprietor Omaha
Show Caec mimnfactory , 818 South 16th street ,
betnoon Leavoimorth and Marcy. All goods
A. BURMKSTEll ,
Detler In Stoves and Tlnwaro , and Manufacturer
of Tin Koofj and all kinds of Building Work ,
Odd Fellows' Block.
J. nOWNVR. IKOOniucl'MRt. Oood and Chp n.
J. EVANS , Wholculs and Retell SeoJ Drills and
tora Odd Fellows Hul p
Physklrns an1 Surgeons ,
W. S , GIBBS , M. D. , Room No 4 , Crolghton
Block. IMh Strrat.
P. 8. LEISENIUNO , A ! . D. Manonlo Block.
C. Ii. HART , M. D. , Eye and Ear , opp. postofflce
DR. L. B. GRADDY.
Ootilln and Anrlnt. 8. W Ifith and Farnham Stu
GEO. HEYN , PROP.
Grand Central Gallery ,
212 Sixteenth Street.
near Maunlo Hall. First-class Work and Prompt-
Hlurnaina , Uas und utenm f-lttlng.
P. W. TAHPy & CO. . 21612th St , net. Karnham
and Douglas.VorS promptly attended to.
1) riTZPATUlCK. 1401) Douglas Street.
nlntui , ; an nper anting.
V A , KO TKRS. 141 Oodtro Street.
Phillip Lan 11S50 Famham t. bnt. 18th & 14th.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINS ft LEAK , 1110 Douglas St. . Now and
Second Hond Furniture , House Furnishing Goods ,
&c. . bouirht anil oM on narrow mnrrlns.
HEIfRY EAUFMANN ,
In tno new brick block on Douclaa Street , has
Just opened a most elegant Beoi Hall ,
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
" Caledonia " J FALCONER 879 16th Streal.
CHAS. RIEWE , 1012 Farnham bet. 10th Si lltd.
00 Cent Stores.
P (1 BAGKUR 120n Varnhum St. . Fancv Goods
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGAEA FALLS ,
NEW YORKBOSTON ,
And all Potuts East and South-East.
Nearly 4 Oix ) miles. Solid Smooth Steel Tmcka
All connections : ire made In UNION DhPOTS.
It has a National Rcpntatlon as belnir the
Great Through Car Line , and Is universally
conceded to bo the FINE&T EQUIPPED Rail
road In the world for all classes of travel.
Try it and you will find tra\ellns a luxury
Instead of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via rhls Celebrated Line for
sale at all lifters In the West.
All Information about Rntcs of Fare , Sleeping
Car Acocmtuodatlons , Time Tables , Ac , , will be
cheerfully given by nppljinhu to
T. d. HOTTER ,
2d Vlce-f ru 't & Gen. Minagcr.Chlcago.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Gen. Passenger Agt. Chicago ,
W. J. DAVKNPORT ,
Ucn Agent , Council BlulTj.
H. 1' . DUELL , Ticket AKt.omaha.
it JVK .t | " jl11"ls ! ! i'JJiTAM'VS/0""m'"lu- ! !
i cetfor being tbo most direct , qulckmt , an
latest line connecting tbo frrwat Metropolis. CHI
JAdO , and tbo KAHIZRN , NORTII-ICABTHUN , I ) I (
kiid SOUTII-KAEIJRM LINUS , which teimlnatothcro ,
vith KASHAS CITT , LHAVKKWOBTFI , AICUIBOH ,
: OUNCIL BLOFFB and OUADA , the COUUIRGIAI
3urnu from which radiate
EVERY LIKE OF READ
; hat penetrates the Continent from tba Hlwonr
Klver to the Pacific Slope. The
3HIOAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA-
Is the only line from Cbhngo owning track In
Kansas , or which , hy Its own road , reached tb
xilntfl above named. Ko TBAtisrviui BT CAnaiAai
: T0 uisaiita CONNBCTIOHS I Ko huddling In III
ventilated or unclean cars , as evcrr inssenger
yvrrkid In roomy , clean and ventilated crachei
upon Kast Express Trains
DAT CABS of unrivaled magnificence , PotLUAi
PAUAOI SLKBrwa OAKS , and ourownworld-faiaoui
DININO CARS , upon \vhlch mualu are served of un-
suriupaod excellence , at the low rate of SSVEMT
FISH Ca.NTSiicii , with ample time for bealthfu
ThrouRb Cara between Chicago , Peoria , Mil
# aukee and Missouri Hirer I'oluta : and clone con
sections at all polnU of Intersection with otbei
We ticket ( do not forget tbli ) directly to every
place of Importance ! In Kaaaas. Nebraska. Bbx-t
illlla , Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Nevada , Callforcu ,
3r gen , Washington Territory , Colorado , ArUona
i nd New Mexico.
Asll beral arrangement * regarding baggage ai
my other line , and rates of fare always asl ow M
ximpetltors , who furnish but a tithe o the com.
Dogs and tackle of cportsmon free.
Tickets , maps and folders at all prlnclpa
> Bees In the United States and Canada.
B. H. CAULE , E. ST. JOHN ,
/ice Prei't & Gen , Qen , Tk ( andPass'rAg
Manager , Chleaxo Chicago.
Foreign and Domestic Manufactures
Detroit Kroo Prcs ,
"Such ntulf s Jrcniiis nre made of. "
The manufncturo of chcoso , whiol
now plays so important a part in tin
dairy industry of nearly every coun
try on the plebe , is enid to hnvo boor
learned by the English from the Ro >
mans about the Chrintian ora. There
nro many different kinds and iinalticj
of cheese , varying in richness from
cream cheese , tnndo entirely of cream ,
to the famed Suffolk , made of milk
"threo times skimmed. " With but
ono or two exceptions , all the cele
brated variation of ether countries
hnvo bcuu transplanted to the United
States , nnd although they are
of line flavor nnd splendid quality
they do not acquire by ago the rich
ness of flavor that English chccsoa do.
Of the foreign varieties , Stilton i * the
highest priced It is made in Leices
tershire , England , but obtained its
nanio from n small town in Hunting-
don hire , whore it was first publicly
sold by retail. The process of making
it was kept a secret for a long time ,
but is now generally known. The
cream of the preceding nuiht'c milk
ing is added to the whole milk of the
mnrnine , with a small quantity of ro-
met. The curd is taken o it very
carefully nnd placed in n sieve to
drain , when it is gently pressed until
it becomes firm nnd drj * . When ripe
n green mold appears on its surface.
Tire years is about the time it re
quires to mature.
Gloucester and Cheddar chccso re
ferred to by Bloomfield in the lines :
' Ye Cheshire meads ,
Or Severn's flowery dales , where plenty
Wns your rich milk to euif : t wrongs like
Farewell your oridc ! farewell renowned
checne , "
Arc both highly prized. The latter
is produced on the rich crass farina
near the Cheddar rocks , the mosl ro
mantic part of Someraotshiro.
The celebrated Parmesan , which is
obtained from Parma , in the north of
Italy , owes its excellence to the su
perior horbiRo on the banks of the
river Po. It ia made from skimmed
milk , and the coagulation is affected
in a cauldron hung over a iiro. This
cheese is kept n long while , generally
three years , nnd none ia considered fit
for Palo until it has been made eix
months. Westphalia cheese , which is
also much liked by the English , is said
to derive its flavor from the curd bo-
intr allowed to become putrid before it
Cheshire cheeses , mndo in Cheshire
England , weigh from 100to200 pounds
each , and about 14,000 tons is pro
Gruyere is a Swiss variety made in
the Cantons of the Alps ; it is a small
Drocn ; ehoeso , in which the curd is
mixed with the dried leaves of the
mclilot reduced to powder. When
Baton it is grated and mixed with fresh
butter and is spread on bread. The
"armors who make this chceso send
their cows during the summer to the
Alps on common pasture ; the milk of
ill is turned into ono stock , and each
jwner at the end of the scascn rc-
: eives his proportionate share of the
profits. The Swiss also make a cheese
from the curd loft in the whey after
better chccso has been made : it has
ittlo flavor but serves people Hying'in
; ho mountains for bread ; they cut
ilices of it , spread over butter and a
thin slice of chceso over that , and wash
it aown with a cup of fresh whey , or ,
if they can afford it , a glass of kirsch-
In the United States Swiss cheeao
is made New York , "Wisconsin and
West Virginia. In Wisconsin it was
irst made by the Swiss emigrants
yho settled in Green and Winnebapo
: ountics , in 1845. The quality was
it first often poor , but after many
ixperimcnts a very fair article was
produced , and the quality and quan-
ity have steadily increased. At the
ast annual mooting of the Wisconsin
Jairjjmen Hon. John Lachaingoe , in
elation to this product , said :
It is plain that Swiss ehoeso of good
( uallty can never bo made on so largo
L scale as to overstock the market.
1. Because , while a fair article can
> o made on any good dry lands , with
killfull treatment , the best results
.to only attainable on soil and under
auditions which moat resemble its
lativo home. The lime stone hills of
lortiona of Wisconsin and ether
lorth western states have proven most
avorablo for the production of a first
lass article. On low lands failures
TO most invariably the rule.
2 , Because the process of manu-
accuro , as is evident from the do-
criptinn of the mode ernpl9 > cd , can
tot bo varied to work on a largo scale
mloss as great expense nnd at a risk
if injuring the Hnvor of ether char-
Limbergor cheese made in Now
fork , Wisconsin and Illinois is un
mitation of a variety made m L'm- '
mrg , n province of Belgium , from
. 'hicli it Jakes its narnc , and from
Invre a neighboring province.
Fromago do Brio and Nonfchatel
re made from the milk of goats and
hoop , which ia much thicker and
ioldamoro cream than cow's milk ,
'ho former is much esteemed nt Mont
. 'Or , Central Franco , Both varieties
re manufactured in New "York stato.
foufchatel 1ms recently made its np-
earanco in Detroit , and commands a
ory largo sale. The cheeses are very
ich , nnd nro wrapped in .thin ; white
apor nnd then encased in tin foil , In
, apland thoie cheeses are made from
ho milk of the reindeer , those beauti-
ul and useful creaturea being brought
omo every night to the Lapland
uses to bo milked , which produces a
ery gay scene at the gammo , or on-
ampmont. Each door has to bo hold
uring the time of milking by a cord
lipped around ita horns , as they nro
ory restless ,
In Germany a small chocao is made
y turning the milk aour by the heat
f the fire ; the whey ia then pressed
ut , and the curd is then broken fine
'HI ; the hand in a tub. It remains
i this state , until the putrid formon-
ition begins , when it ia made into
ttlo balls and dried. Sometimes
irrajvay coeds are added. They are ,
ot bad in flavor , but have a most un-
leasnnt smell , Dutch chooses nro
lade of skimmed milk , the curd being
oil washed and saturated in salt and
ator before it ia pressed into the
Many kinds of choeuo aroartificially
alored , which was no doubt originally
one to make the chccso look richer ,
.nnotto , a red dye , produced from
tie pulp of the seed vessels of a tree
&lled bixa , and brought from the
West Indies , is the substance mot
frequently used ; but the jnico t
parscloy , sago leaves , marigold lion
ers , oranges and carrots is also 0111
ployed. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
TUo Llmo Kiln Club.
The blowing of noses in the north
west corner of Paradise hsll final ! ;
came to an end , and when Trustc'
Pullbnck had Hung his whole soul inti
ono grand effort to cough his head off
nnd failed , Brother Gardner arose am
"My kcntrymon , when you moot i
man who knows juit wlmr ho kii
borror a dollar who has'friends it
boat political part'os ' who gita invi
tations to nil church festivals wlu
am pinorally spoken of ns a KOOC
feller , you have foun'a man wh <
mokes n study of humrm nniur' . Di
student of anatomy cnrves up n en
daver to diskivor how do bonea an
put togodor wlmr' de muacios lio-
how do vital organs nm nailed on
Do good feller studios do livin' 'stead
of do dead do mind 'stead of the
body. Do human mind nm full o
co'ns. Tread on ono of 'cm an' dnr
am n back-nckshun to onco. If J
should want n five dollah hill nirlj
Monday mornin1 , I should slip ovoi
an' ' ax Donktin Jackson for it. lli (
big eo'n am do belief dat no ono kin
bo saved onloss ho am battizod ] in di
ribor , nnd I have bin keerful to walk
all aronn' dat co'n.I I o obcr to hif
house wld n jug o' cider in ono hnn' '
an * baptisnial nrsymcnta in do odder ,
an' sometimes ho feels BO good dnt
ho'd like to douse me in the rain
"If I wanted Bonip onion eots , I'd
go obor to Elder Tiff * ' , Du cider's
co'n am n belief dat he was bo'n fur n
Croat preacher. I'vo walked all obor
him a hundred times , but l'o : nebor
ntubbcd my too acin dat co'n. I've
sot down with him an' praised do
build of his head , an' the slinpu of his
mouth an' h's ' pose nnd gestures , nnd
I'zo ' stuck to do clm'r while ho talked
an' cavorted fur n Btraiaht hour. 1 f I
wanted onions he'd fall down celler to
git 'cm fur mo.
"When you como across a man who
imagines dat ho am nu unit or , donu'
j ibo his booms ; it won't ' hm t anybody
to let him keep right on finkin * BO , but
it will make him your deadly inotny if
you try to conwinco him flat ho was
cut out fur a blacksmif. Dar" am people -
plo who write stuff an" call it poo'try.
Izo got'a nay bur who writ forty-four
yarsos of sich stuff las' fall , an' read
it to mo an * axed my candid oninyun.
Did I toll her it was bosh ? Did I
jump frow do winder when she reach
ed do second varso ? Not much ! I
listened wld do uttnos' diligence , an'
when she finished do las' line I advised
her to publish a book o1 poems. Do
nex" week 1 foil sick , an' dat poetess
w s fust on do groun' wid chickon-
broth an' currant jell.
"VVhon 1 meet a man who has made
up his mind dat our cityguv'nifnt will
go to smash if ho doan't git office. I
incouragc him. I incourago do young
to become Washing ! ons I incuiirago
do ole to hang on nil da world has to
recognize deir greatness. A word nt
do right time moans do loan of a dol-
Inh means thiity off wher you want
a now whitowauh bruah means a
bushel o' linio free gratis means a
recommend if you want to jino do
purlcoce fo'ce. Tech my co'ns an1 I'll '
want to kick yo All men am do
same. Call 'em co'ns or call 'em hob
bies , but ho who goes slashing around
widout oarm' whar He puta his feet
will make twenty inemics whar' ho
gains one friend. Study our man.
Take him apart put him togedor
fin' out whar' his co'ns lay , an1 don
step high an' softly , Lot ua now ir-
regulate to bizneas. ' '
OENEUAI , STKIUIKNA. HUBLIIUT.
The news of the death of Lion.
Stephen Hurlbut , United States Min
ister to Peru , at Lima , March 28 , was
announced in The Leader's telegraph
ic dispatches of Monday , and is con
firmed by those published in this
morning's issue. Mr. Hurlburt win
born in Charleston , South Carolina ,
March 24 , 1810 , and had just passed
his sixty-seventh year at the time of
his death. Ho received a thorough
nnd liberal education , studied law , nnd
was admitted to the bar in 1837.
During the Florida war ho served as
Adjutant in a South Carolina regi
ment. In 1845 lie came north , and
settled in law practice at Bolvidpro ,
Boone County 111. , whore ho has ainco
resided. Ho was elected as a Whig to
Lhe Illinois Constitutional Convention
in 1847 , and several times represent
ed his country in the state legislature.
[ Jo was ono of the earliest voluntoera
in the war for the union and was ap
pointed Brigadier General ofolun -
tcors May 27 , 1801. Ho commanded
* t Fort Donolson after the capture ,
* hd the Fourth Division at the bat-
tie of Pittsburg Landing , otherwise
known as Shiloh , in 1802. Uo was
ippointod Major General September
17 , 1802. 1803 ho was assigned to
the command of the Sixteenth Army
3nrps , with headquarters at Memphis.
In February , 1804 , ho commanded a
) orpa under Sherman in the oxpodi-
; ion to Meridian , Ho succeeded Gon-
jral Banks in the command of the
Department of the Gulf in 1801 , and
was mustered out of the army in July ,
1805. In 18W. ( soon after the first
nauguration of Gi'iiTul Grant , ho
vns appointed Minititor to Columbia ,
md served for throtj years. Iteturn-
ng in 1872 , ho was elected us a Ilo-
publican to the Foriy-Uiird Congress
'rom the Fourth district of Illinois ,
md was re-elected to the For ty-fourth
vongrcsa , In 1875 ho was an indo-
icndont candidate against William
jathrop of Ilockford. the IJopublican
loimnee , and J. F , Farnsnorth , Dem-
tcrat , and came put third in the poll ,
tfr , Lathrop being elected. Ho re-
nainod in political rntiroment until
L881 , when ho was appointed minis-
or to Peru by President Garfield ,
ipon the recommendation of Secretary
iJliiino. His course in that oflico has
jocn the subject of considerable criti *
lism , which has , however , boon Homo-
vlmt mollified by the publication of
ho diplomatic correspondence be-
ween himself and the Department of
Hate. The insinuations of Shipherd ,
if the Peruvian company , that ho was
ipproachablo in his official capacity
vitli propositions for his personal advantage -
vantage , have been proved to bo base
ilandora by the files of his letters to
ho State Department , in which ho
mcloscd Shipherd's letters , and pro-
cstod against their attempts to im-
) roporly intluenco him. The death
> f Mr , Hurlbut , ininiBtor to Peru ,
'ollowing so after that of General
Ivilpntrick , minister to Chile , do
J jirivcs Ihis coutitiy of diplomatic rev
' presontalivcs to both tlioso countries
now ongagcd in important diplomatic
negotiations for the final sottlomonl
of the rccont war between them ; ami
it is t > bo feared that it mny prove < i
calamity to these two South Amorl
can republics ns well na to the United
Monster Consolidation Schonio.
The Cincinnati Gnzotta says : The
rumor that Vandcrbilt contcmplatci
the consolidation of the Now York
Central , Lake Shore and the Chicago
Northwestern railways under the
Lake shore charter has gained strength
nnd in accepted pretty generally in
Now York and Chicago railway cir
cles , na being aubstaiitially correct.
Saturday rumor had it that the Cleveland -
land , Columbus , Cincinnati & Indian-
upolis would in all probability
bo embodied in the scheme ,
and that Mr. Ynndorbilt in no *
jottating with the European
lioldors of the Bee Line stock for the
purpose of securing their consent and
: o-oporation. Cincinnati it Indianap *
olia to the system will bo understood
very readily , when it is stated that a
loublo track line from Cleveland to
; ho center of Ohio and then scparnt-
.ng , ono prong tapping the Ohio river
at Cincinnati and the other the Missis-
ppi nt St. Louis , would increase the
: nnnn o of the trunk line between
Cleveland and Now York fully -10 per
cent , if not inorp besides giving the
Lake Shore a Cincinnati and St , Louis
connection "under innnngoment of
its own neluct ion. In cnso the schema
in carried out , it in understood that
Gen. Dovoreaux will ono of the vice
presidents of the system and general
engineer of all the lines between Buf
falo and Chicago combined. Theao
properties will make the most power
ful nnd strongest railway corporation
in the world. The total mileage of
the consolidation lines will bo about
0,000 nitlus of line , besides about
2,000 miles nf second , third and fourth
tracks nnd sidings , nmkins ; a grand to
tal of ! > ,000 miles. The combined
stock nnd bond debt will bo § 327-
200,000. The equipments including
locomotives , service cars , etc. , will ag
gregate over § 000,000,000. Besides ,
the cotnpiny will own several of the
largest gr.xin olovalora in the country :
also locomotive works , car manufacto
ries , etc. , worth several millions
Profit , 81-00.
"To Bum it up , six long years of
bod-ridden sickness , costing $200 per
year , total § 1,200-nil of this expense
was stopped by three bottles of Hop
Bitters , taken by my wife. She has
done her own housework for n year
since , without the loss of a day , and I
want everybody to know it , for their
Donefit. N. IS. Farmer.
FroDonuls for PnvIngStroot * In tlio
City of Oinnlm , X4obrn ka.
( Scaled prodiwi's x\ill bo revoked bv tlio under *
signed until Satutdiy , April 15i.li.lSb2 , IK o'cloik
noon , for thu pi > inj * of hou Us xtriTt and the
crosH Htrculs lietwccn U iiglan and 1'arnham
from Oth to 10th atrecta , Incliidlng : Qth and ICth
Flrat , For a foundation i f concrcto 0 Inches In
thickness with a bupcratruituru compose 1 of a
, ircosotuJ cedar lilocl ; g inches in length eot with
a > phalt ai il sand.
Second , For a found tlnn of concrete 0 Inches
In thickness wlthftMipcrhtrui-tiiro coropoaed of
crcosotul pine plank U lucnusin length , net with
aHl'lmlt nnd eand.
ThirJ , For a foundation of cl'nn conrec Band
or nra\cl 12 incho In thickce a with a super
structure composed of cedar block 8 inches In
lentthanJ not lean than 4 nor moro than Slnclies
In 'diameter to ha set with asphalt and satirf. The
sand orgrnvcl for foundation to bo thorougdly
lammed ot rolled. All the work to bednno In
accordance ulth spcciflcntlons and under the di
rection of the city engineer.
Also , the city will consider proposals for pav
ing with Klui blocks or any other material , or
any other mode of construction.
All proposals or bids shall ho accompanied by
the rmme-s of proposed sureties , who , In the
event of contract being awarded
will enter Into a bond with _ the city of
Omaha for the true and faithful performance of
eald contract. '
The city couccll reserves the right to reject
any a d all bUs.
nvclopc9 containing proposals o * bids shall
be marked "Proposals for 1'aUng Dbuglas Street
and Uross Htrcets in the City of Omaba , " and nd-
drrsacd to the undcrslgnod.
J. J. L. C. JKWETT ,
Omtna , ifarch 10th , " 183. . City ClerK.
PBOl'OHAI3OK TUB CONSTKUOTIUX OF
Omen op CITY RNdMscR , )
OMAHA Nm. 1881. f
Denied proposals will be received at the ollk-o
of the iindurBlgnod until ' .Tuesday April 16th ,
1b82 IS o'clock noon , lor the construction of
sewers In North Omaha a follows : 1000 feet of
8J ( cot brick newer 728 feet BJ feet brick sewer
and 728 of & } feet brick Fewer , located on Iz.rd
ttrcet between ] 5th and 17th , and on 17th be
tween Izard and Nicholas , between 17th and
2Ut streets , together with all necessary manhole -
hole < , limps holcH , und catch baidiis , as per
piano and ujii'dllcatlons In the city Bnglnccrs
olllco. 1'roponals to bo prepared upon blanks
furnlbhodby ihoclly Knglncor. Was 111 also
i o received for the coiiHtnctlon of a timber out-
full cmhracmt , ' the fnnililng ) and ilrhing of
100 onic piles more or less 25 feet lonir , 12 to 8
Inches , und J.WW feet of oak lumber an per plans
and.psclt'fations ' in ( he Knglnccrs olllcv. Work
tn begin on or bcforo June Ut , and to bo coin
pletcd DcciMiihcr 1st 18S2. I'ajmonti to bo
nmdo montrly In oath warrants , 15 percent to
bu reserved until llnal completion , nnd acceptance
anco of work by the proper authorities. All
bids to bonccoinpanlod by the nlgimturo of pro-
poeodiurotluiulii will in uvcnt of awarding of
u' ) iract Liitir InU bonds of the i Ity for execu
tion of the vuri In tho.nni of $ ,10,1100 ,
J , J. L. U , JKUKTT ,
2rt City Clerk.
JOHN HrAm.KK , KS.OUK HCIUUP ,
I'rcflldcnt. Vice I'rcs't.
W. S. UKiHiir.it , Soc , nndTrcas.
Lincoln , Neb.
Corn Planters , Harrows , Farm Roller * ,
Sulky Hay Rakes , Bucket Elevating ; Wind
ml Is , &c.
Wo are prerarcd to do Job work and manul
turlt K for other parties. *
Addros all orders
NKUUA8KA lIANUrV.lJTUItlNa CO , ,
United States Depository
First national Bank ,
Oor. 13th and Farnam Sts.
OLDEST BANKING K3TABUBIIUKNT I
BUOOE80ORO TO KOUNTZE BROTHERS. )
Organlted as a Matloual Bank August 0 , 1818.
rui'ir/ir , - - aoo.nno
8U1U-LU3 ANDPUOKIT3 - SIBO.OOO
Or/IClKH ANP DIBIOTOM I
AUOHHTUS KOUKTZI , Vice President.
t' , II. Dull , Cashier.
A. J. I'orrutroM ,
Tht bank lecelros deposits wUhou regard to
IISUDI time certlBcatea bearing Interest.
Drawl drafts on Han Francisco and principal
cltlei ol the United State * , alto Lee Jon , Uubfln
Edinburgh mi the principal cities ol thtcontl
nentol Europe. nutvIdU
1 DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERH HOTELS
ARLINQTON. d , a. MclNTIRE. Lincoln , Neb ,
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. B , BTELLINIUS , Mllford , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , BROWNSVILLE : , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAH , Stromiburg No
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & OLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL C.ISEYMOUR , Nebraska City , tub
MISSOURI PACIFIC HGTEL , P. L. THORP , V/oepIng Water , N
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , 0. W.MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb )
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnda , Iowa
END'S HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , 0. D , HACKNEY , Ashland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atkinson , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. ORUDD , Guide Rood , Neb.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Oreston , l .
JUOKINS HOUSE , JUDKINS & DRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. CALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O.M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUBC , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8 , DURQEGS , Neola , In.
CITY HOTEL , Dl D. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINQ3 , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JL. AVERY , Btanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL , J , W , DOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL. Qlnnchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS. Dnyld City , Neb.
OAQNELL HOUSE , CHA8. BAGNELL , College Springs , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllsca , la.
JUDKINBHOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , IdalQrove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odcbolt , lij
GRAND PACIFIC , 0. NORTON. Columbus , Neb.
WOOD3 HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb.
DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. S. DUNHAM , Olarks , Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , 0. B. HACKNEY , Ashland , Neb.
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
Mining'and Milling Company.
Working Capital - $300,000.
Capital Slock. $1,000,000
Par Value of Shares , (25,000.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummlni , Wjomlng.
WM. E. TILTON , Vlco.rrojldent , Cummlna , Wyoming ! 1N
E. N. HAHWOOD , Secretary , Cummliie , Wyoming.
A. Q. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wyoming.
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Louis Miller W. S. Bramcl. A. O , Dunn. N
E. N. Harwood. Francis Leavens. Gco. H. Falos. LewU Zolman. '
Dr. J. C. Wntklns. I'
niZmoSra GEO. W. KENDALL. Authorized Agent for Sale of Stool. : Br > - ' " > - h .Neb. I'W
STEELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
3I01B8 MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Igents for BENWOOD KAILS AND LAFLIN & EAND POWDER 00
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proo * I" i. " 1
1020 FarnhamgStreet ,
W.I ) . MILL AllD. VJOHNSON. .
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Iliolesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
igeiits for Peck & Baualiors Larfl , aud Wilbor Mills Flour ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
FOSTER & GRAY ,
LUMBER , GOAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet , Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE IILLIMEBT MD NOTIONS.
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
Spring Goods Receiving Daily ani Stock very nearlylUomplBti
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