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THE OMAJJA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. APB1L iO I88&
' = NT LEAVING.
With Few to Mourn Jta De
parture and the Doming
Beflectioneonthe Forty Days
o Social Mortification.
With n Few Items of n Gossipy Cnar-
nctor Regarding Coming
Lent an usual in Omaha has been
noted for the scarcity of social HOWE
nnd its abundance of gossip. Tlio
mortification of the llcsh , which is
supposed to bo religiously observed ,
lias never been considered applicable
to the tongno which runs on with
greater vigor and increasing speed
during the forty days when the foot
nro forbidden to tread the mazydanco.
The privations incidental to Lenten
scaton have not boon without compon-
cation , aside from spiritual ones.
Sundry damsels nro escaping the
morning headaches nnd bad spirits
that follow nil-night parties. Quito n
number of men , by total abstinence ,
have regained health , vigor and decent
good humor , and many mother * , who
try to pay society far moro than it
demands , now arise in time to
BOO their children before they
start to achool. But the
largest class that has reason to bo
thankful for Lent in undoubtedly that
which consists of lovers. Young people
ple must have diversion , and when
they cannot iind any ether they take
to love-making na naturally as the
politician takes to theft. Balls and
parties are capital devices for bring
ing young people together , but they
also keep them apart. The most ar
dent lover who wants to press his
suit is no bettor off in a parlor when
the lady of his choice is surrounded
by ecores of ether ladies and ad
mirers than ho would bo if a thousand
miles away. But if the young lady
with whom ho has fallen in love ob
serves Lent , ho begins to bo encour
aged , for ho is sure of finding her
alone. His opportunity comes to say
moro than can bo expressed in a two-
minute chat at an evening party , and
the lady loams to distinguiahhis in
dividuality frorn that of any ono of
the acoro of men who , dressed exactly
alike , and making the same stereo
typed speeches , flit around her in the
course of the crush. The result is
' that the young man soon commences
to ask the price of engagement rings.
Speaking of engagements several
liavo boon announced and an equal
number denied during the past few
weeks. Gossip has already voted old
the coming marriage of a Twenty-
third street belle to a Detroit stock
broker , which will bo celebrated , in
Juno , apd congratulations ever the
npproacMngovont may bo safely given.
Whether a certain officer of the Fifth
cavalry is to carry off shortly another
Omaha young lady is not considered
so certain , although Dame Rumor
refuses to accept any contradictions
on this point and already discusses the
questions of trousseau and the data of
the occasion. Such delicate subjects
are however , somewhat out of the
ino of nowopapor comment until they
bocorno assured facts relieved by
marriage bolls and the service of the
church. It may bo so } , down as cer
tain that the hopes and fears of at
least three Omaha gentlemen will beset
sot at rest aa soon at Trinity cathedral
is sufficiently completed to permit the
passage of a bridal procession up its
1 Social festivities will bo resumed at
once after Easter , and the various
orchestras may prepare for any uum
bor of "extras" in addition to the
On Monday evening the Ooncordia
society will give on Easter party at
Turner hall , for which great prepara
tions have been made by the members
of this select and popular Gorman
organization. As quite a larqo num
ber of tickets have been disposed of a
delightful time may confidently bo
The "Sans Oeromonio" club will
give a Gorman on Tuesday evening at
Standard hall in which some thirty
couples will participate.
On Friday a complimentary rocop
tipn will bo tendered by the Pleasant
Hbura club at Masonic hall to their
treasurer , Mr. J. M. lloss. The re
markable success of the "Pleasant
Hours" as a social organization has
boon in the largest measure duo to
its faithful and earnest officiary , and
no officer has played bolter his pnrl/ / <
than Mr , lima. As this will bo the
first party of the club since Shrove
Tuesday n very largo attendance maybe
bo confidently anticipated.
4.t the Congregational church par
lors , will bo given on Thursday evening -
ning , April 13th , the celebrated Fan
Drill , with sixteen pretty maidens led
by o young professor from the court of
Qucuu Anne. Ice cream and cake
will bo served at the close of tlio
A Variety of Domestic Events-Holl
cnouu and Educational Notes.
Clarity J'ope. of Heaver City was mar
rriea on the 2tli ( to MI * Laura Mowbny
Jlev. T ? V. JoJmton , of North Platte
IMS acut d toffc waWan olugant ea y
chair , tJiJttJft of lib Ijble claw.
Mr , WJujBlicnt/pf North 1'lattf.fwa
t , '
cnned by hit friends on tlio evening of the
31st , the fiftieth Anniversary of his birth ,
.T. S. Bennett and Mlm Caroline Onto * ,
of Teeumpoh , wore launched on the in&tri-
monl.it peMon the 30th ult.
Mutton Clark nnd wife were installed in
their homo by ft large party of friends on
the 28th. A Urge number of useful gifts
The voting people of Mlllnrd , ami
fovernl from Pappllion tnd Omaha , danced
"all night till broad ilnylighl" nt tlio resi
dence of Horace Hollenbtck , recently.
Johnny Hnrriion , of ClenrCreelr , Snun.
ders county , has become tired of HI-ing
nlone nnd luw tnlten unto himself a wlfo
in the person of Miss Blunt.
The marriage of Hnrry I ) . Hall and
MisiMimaJ. Jtnndali wa * tha occn loa
of agrand celobrntmnut Otis , The bridal
gilts H era unusually numerous mid elegant.
Joseph 1' . Jvclsov , of Dakota county ,
wmi married on tha 28lh ult , to Miss
MolUe Henry , daughter pf Dr. Henry , tbe
physician nt the WitmclTago nnd Ciiinba
IJoyd W. AVilllntnn , of SJieltnn , Hod to
Mi Homo Nutter of Gibbon on tlio 'JStli.
At tbe same titno nnd place Oeo. W.
Parker nnd Miss i'aunio JL'itehercro
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 11. Phillips , of Sownrd
county , colebralcd tbo twentieth nnnivcr-
B.iry of their marriage oti the 20th. A
largo party of frlomU ntormcd their homo
mm made the event a joyful nnd inctiior *
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ifenry Jocnka. nf Tecum-
soli , celebrated their nilvcr wcddin < on tbo
27tli , on whieb occasion they were tho're
cipients of many valuable nnd appropri-
llov. 0. Dudleigh , the pn tor of tlio M.
E. church nt Wood Klver , hai taken nhcl > -
meet , onn of the belles nf the neighboring
towu of Gibbon , Mlns Ada D. lillis. The
hnpljy event touk place on the 28th ult ,
Lc.imlcr Pnyno nnd Miss Mary 8. Camp
bell were married nt Wymour on the 4th.
A largo number of guests were present
nnd tuo occasion wus oioof highest en
joyment to all. The gifts presented to
bride were muny acu elegant.
Eld. Andrew J. Cudnoy , of Sehuylor ,
wft married to Miss Aniilo E. Itoyd of
Fremont , on the evening of April 4tli.
Kid. Cudnoy is a minister of tha Seventh
Day Advcmist denomination , nnd ia very
highly esteemed by liU people. Mies An-
tiio LJ > yd ia n graduate of tlio BixUlo Creek
College , at 13attlo Creek. Mich , , nnd has
been engaged for HOIDO time iu teaching ia
G rnfttm was ehnlccn up by n Racial earth
quake last week. Dr. JJafinrd , a distin
guished leader of the bachelors , wns cap-
turo'l ' by Miss Lor.i A. HcnberBon , of
Crown 1'olnt , 11K , wbo was visiting her
sinter in tlio neighborhood. The ceramouy
took pUce on tlio afternoon of tbo 4th. A
largo concourse of friends wuro present to
bidthcm God speed , nnd tender tboiu sub-
stantinl uvidoncoa of esteem , Mr. nnd
Mr * , liallatd spent a day or two in Omaha
on tlieir wny east. Tliey will rustionto nt
tbo homo of tbe brido'n parenta at Crown
Point , n fexr lulled from Chicago ,
Educational I tains.
North Bend has 203 children of achool
Fremont hni 1,002 school children ; Blair
Tekninah will build another Bcbool this
York' * school opened with an attend
ance of 315 ,
KxotorhaH 114 children of school ngo ,
not enough to entitle it to a school board.
Dakota City lias levied a tax of 12 mills
io run schools uevou out of the twelve
Graf ton will have nlno months Bchool
the coining year. The new school house
will be completed in May.
Wyrcoro hag 375 children of school uge.
Tbe population increased 260 iu January
A nw fifteen hundred dollar school
liouso Is to beerocted immediately at Clear
Creek , Saundorn county.
Mrs. lloag , a candidate for a place on
the Wymoro school biurd , was defeated by
twovoteu. Tlie sulferlng Biutots desertej
he . i ' -i
Tha census of PJattsmoutli , just taken ,
shows n total of 1,480 children of school
ago 720 innlos nnd 751 females. The girls
ns usual get n wny with the boys.
Central City lias 278 children enrolled
n her school * , an increase of S3 over last
, , -ear. The value of school property in the
district is 5100,000.
Tbo Stito Teachers' nssoolntion mooting
it Crete wns a tlecldod success. A very
arge number of teachers wore present and
, he excrciic.i were very iutorcstiug.
The district meeting nt PapilHon was a
quiet nffalr. John Schnnb wns re-elected
.reasurcr. A tax of 8 mllla wns voted for
; ho coinins yonr. Thr < jo teachers are em-
[ iloycd. Iho oxponnej of last year were
31,100.75 ; estimated expenses of the com-
year , $2,220.
Tbo Wymoro school board Ima levied a
tax of 25 mllla for school purposes 10 for
teachers' wages. 10 far the contiugent fund
and five mills for building purpose , Tne
schools hnvolcupt pace with the remarkably
rapid growth of the town. The expenses
last year were $731,20.
Bholtomlcs wo wrestling with the ques-
lion , ' How will the puoplti bo able to
build a now school. " The rnpid increase
of Bchool children and the limited facilities
for touching , forces the qucstiou into im-
tncdinto prominence. Tuo y"tng ! of BUfli-
.clout bonds is out of the intention ,
Ai , the annual echool meeting at the
school house , nt Alexandria ou the 3rd ,
Isaac Selleg wns re-elected district treaa-
ur r for three yearj ensuing. A tax of 8
mills was voted for teachers fund , 8 mills
for bond fund and 4 mills for contingent
fund , making in all 20 mills on the dollar.
It was also voted to have 8 months school
during the coming school yenr. [ Nowa.
'lokaumh's levy for school purnoiei
amounts to 25 uitlla 13 for teacb r '
wnges , 0 for buildings , nud 4 for inciden
tals. Tlio new school board in composed
of active bueinent ) men. who will push tha
interests of oducatlou fully up to the needs
of thu town , A now 85,000 school wan de
cided upon. Prof. Livingstone's labors
were highly complimented.
The annual review nnd examination of
the Falls Cltv schools recently was the
most thorough nnd satisfactory in their
history. The Journal speaks highly of
the work of the teachers and clones with
these words : " 1'he people of Polls City
IIAVO reason to bo proud of their school * ,
aud * hould cordially support Prof. Itlch ia
his efforts to keep thum up ti the hiub
standurl they have nttnlned under the
management of him nud his nblo anoint-
Trof. llubboll , in hia address nt the
slate teachers' meotinff , pointed out the im
portant duties of parent ! iu educating their
children ) lOne way tn help a teacher is to
Bpuaktt good word for him. Many appear to
rejoloo in the failure of a teichor. He
worltii linnl to succeed } say a good won !
forjilm , In the higher grade * , when
Jtudy must be done at home , parents cau
help the teachsr by enterlu < into Hym-
pathy with the plan of dtutly. Where
Uaucltiff parties and kindred amusements
occupy ovcniuits which should bo given to
stuUy , Ihcro will not bo much progress.
Another way to liclp the teacher U to
hnvenu oversight of children's rending.
Uoys who rcaa clime novels and The Police
Uarotte uill not do much eolld work
etudylmr. Parents cau co-operate ly see-
" "that the teuclier bud fair wage * for his
The arethodbU of Ncllgh will Lulld at
an early day.
churcu at NI ° -
i Tllei 9rmu Methotihts of Fremont
d dded to build n par ouage.
A muting of thd prcsbykry ot the
Omnlm dMrict will bo hold nt Oakland on
the 18th of April.
The United Brethren ccpfer nce fit Kino
Valley ) n > t wrck was nil Important nnd
fmcc'-Bsfnl gntho Ing.
Jlov. K. J. KoMn-ton labored for neveral
cflcR in Louisville. Cue * county and con
verted twenty , limiting n total of fifty
member * . K even conversion * were made
at Grand Prairie.
A convention of tnlnl'tcra of nil dctom-
Irmlioru in the fltnto of N brinka i * called
to meet at Lincoln on Mar Oth nnd 10th ,
1R82 , for the imrpoi-o rf uniting the roll-
-join IntcrentK in ilio cauio of tcnip rancn ,
nnd to fyhtcmize thtlr worV , etc. The fol-
InwlnR ni'ing other siibj cti have been
st-lecti-d for tlleciisfion ; 1 , Cnn homo edit
cation be complete , unlcfH the lirinclplc *
of totil nbilinoncc from all Intoxicating
drinks nro Inculcated ? 2. Tlio relation
nnd renponilbility "f our educational iu-
Rtltntiotm to the tcmpcr.inco cau ej 3. The
place the teinnernnca question ought to
occupy In our Sunday tchoolj . The ren-
tlon of the churches to the temperance
cause , nnd what lias the utato a right to
expect from them ?
1'rollt , G1VUU.
"To sum it up , six long years of
bed-ridden sickness , costing $200 per
year , totnl 81,200 all of this expense
was stopped by three bottles of Hop
Bitters , taken by my wife. She has
done her own housework for a year
since , without the loss of a day , nnd I
want everybody to know it , for their
benefit. N. E. Farmer.
A Stranpco Duel.
Jan 1'ranclsco Chronlcio.
A ntrango story of a duel comca
'roni Poland. A short time ago two
founij fellows , journeymen bronzo-
imiths , wore sitting in a small Wariuw
; afo , playing doinitiooa. A glass half
"ull of liquor stood on the table bo-
.woon thorn , and ono or two of their
'ollow workmen were Iboking on at
the gatno with eviJont interest. There
was little in the appearance of the
group to attract especial attention
itill less to BUggcst the improbable
lotion that the four youths composing
it were two duoliats and their seconds ,
or that the stake of the domino match
was n human lifo. Presently , however
ho game having comoto a conclusion ,
iho younger of the two players , n lad
of 1C , named Stanislas Julian , lifted
the glass to hia lipa and drank of iti
jontcnts at a draught. Five minutes
ater ho was a corpse. The wretched
soys had quarrelled and agreed to
fight a duel in such sort that the
death of ono or the other must ensue ,
[ laving placed themselves in the
Imncla of two seconds , these latter ar
ranged that their principals should
play a "sot" of three games of domin
oes , upon the solemn understanding
that the Inner should swallow a dose
of the deadliest poison procurable
This hideous compact wao carried out
to the letter , nor did any of the sur
viving persons concerned in it , when
interrogated by the police authorities
buforo whom they were subsequently
brought , betray tno least remorse for
their share in the ghastly transaction.
Julian's adversary , indeed , boldly
avowed that , had ho lost the match ,
ho would have fulfilled his pledge to
drink the poison as faithfully as had
his dead antagonist ; and the seconds
protested that they had only "done
their duty in seeing the duel fairly
fought out according to the condition !
settled beforehand "
For Gelds , Sore Throat , Asthma ,
Catarrh , and other diseases of the
bronchial tubes , no moro useful article
can be found than the well known
"Brown's Bronchial Troches. "
It has been stated , and very truly ,
too , that the law of the napkin is but
vaguely understood. It may bo said ,
however , on the start that custom and
good brooding have uttered the de
cree that it is in poor taste to put the
napkin in the pocket and carry it
The rule of etiquette is becoming
moro and moro thoroughly established
that the napkin should bo loft at the
house of the host or hostess after din
There has been a good deal of dis
cussion , also , upon the matter of fold
ing the napkin after dinner , and
whether it should bo eo disposed of or
negligently tossed into the gravy-boat.
If , however , it can bo folded easily ,
and without attracting too much at
tention and prolonging the session foe
BBVorul hours , it should bo BO arranged
and placed beside the plate , whore it
may bo easily found by the hostess ,
and returned to her neighbor from
whom oho borrowed it for the occa
sion. If , however , the lady of the
house is not doing her own work ,
the napkin may bo carefully jammed
into a globular wad and fired under
the table , to convoy the idea of utter
recklessness and pampered abandon.
The use of the finger bowl is also a
subject of much importance to the
ban ton guest who gorged himself at
the expense of his frion ta.
The custom of drinking out of the
finger bowl , though not entirely obso
lete , has boon limited to the extent
that good breeding does not now per
mit the guest to quail' the water from
his finger bowl unless ho does BO prior
to using it as a finger bowl.
Thus it will bo seen that social cus
toms are slowly but surely cutting
down and circumscribing the rights
and privileges of the masses.
At the court of Eugenie the cus
toms of the table were very rigid , and
the most prominent Rticst of II. 11. H.
was liable to got the G. B. if he spread
his napkin on his lap and cut his egg
in two with a carving knife. The cus
tom was that the napkin should bo
hung on one knee and the egg busted
at the big end and scooped out with n
A prominent American nt her table
ono day. in an unguarded moment ,
shattered the shell ofa soft boiled egg
with his knife , and while prying It
apart , both thumbs were erroneously
jammed Into the true inwardness of
the fruit with so muck momentum
that the juice took him in the eye ,
thus blinding him and maddening him
to aucli a degree that ho got up and
throw the remnants into the bosom of
the hired man plenipotentiary , who
stood near the table scratching his
ear with a tray. Aa may readily bo
supposed , there was a painful interim ,
during which it was hard to tell for
five or alz minutes whether the prom
inent American or the hired man
would come out on top , but at lost
the American with the egg in his eye
got thu ear of the high priced hired
man In among his back teeth , and the
honor of our beloved flag was vindi
Free of Ohargo.
All persons MifferinR fromotitrh < ' , Coldii,0
Asthma , Bronchllic , Low f V. Ice , or any
affection of the Throat nnd Lungs , arc re
to call at Schroter & BwhlV drnif
Btcre nnd get ft Trinl Hottlo of Dr. KIng'
Discovery for Con umptlon , frco of
churce , which will convince them of Its
wondeiful meriU and show what regular
dollar-niro bottle will do. Cnll eirly.
For a quarter of century or moro Hostottot'a
Stomich Ittcru has been tlio rclgnlnc tjwclflc
lor ln < llccstiondjf | > qnli , Icrcr and ague , lo of
phyrirnittatrinn liver complaint and other dl * > r
aern.'Mid him been most emphatically Indorxxl by
n-eillcal men M a health atd strength rotor
atlre , It counteracts a tendency to premature
decay'nnd gustaii.s and comtortg the aged and
For ealo by all drugirlsti and dealers generally
al to ml
DRAY'S SPECIFIC MTJJICINE
TRADE MARK ajr THIJJBISAIIK
telllnif , cure
( or Bcmlnal
rhc& , Impotency -
ency , and all
. of AFTER TARIHQ.
Solf-Abtiso ; as LO-J otllcmdry , Universal Lassi
tude , Pain In the Back , Dimness ol Vision , Premature -
mature Old Ago , and many other Diseases that
lead to Insanity or Coiimimptlon and a Prema
X3TFull particulars In our pamuhlet , which
wo dcelro to eoml ( rco I r malt to everyone.
jtHTTbo Specific Medicine Is sold by all druggists
at $1 per package , or Opackiscca for 65 , or will
be sent free by mall on reel ptof the money , by
addressing TI1EGUA JEDICINE CO. ,
Buffalo. N. Y.
NOTICE TO OONTRAOTOR3.
rosTorncu Dr.rAninENT >
, D. 0 , JlarcJi 10 , 18S2. f
Proposals will bo received at the Contract
Ollk-o of this department until 3 ] > . in. , of April
0 , 1882 , for carrying mall cf thn United States ,
pou iiicuienjror nnJ transfer riuto in the City
of Omana , State ol Ncnraska. from July 1 , 133' ,
of Juno SO , 1880. Advertisement of route , In-
ttructlons to bidden , and all other necessary In
formation will bo'fumlshod upon application to
the postmaster at Omaha , or the Second Assist
antPcitmaster General. _
T. A' HOWE ,
CRAIG'S OITY GREEN HOUSE
Is DOW open to the publio with a full supply o
Cut Flowers and Plants
For Bale. . Wo will be glad to bare tbe public
all and ice us ,
Bouquets or Any Floral Design Made
ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
City Green House , 8. W. Cor 17th and Web-
itcr , coo block from 10th street cars. Nursery.
23a tr ct pt > p < j lU Foil. Ju. Y. Crater , florist
-W < I labkxinainumnor. Y FebS-flm.
S. KALISH ,
THE STAR TAILOR.
1 Door W , of Orrackshank's ,
Has now n flno complete Stock of Spring Good i
consisting ot French , English and the best Do
mcstics. Prices low or the low eft. inlilv
WILL BUY AND SELL
ASD ALIi lOAMBAOTIOa
Pay Taxes , Rent Houses , Etc ,
llf TOO WAST TO BUT OR BRU. V
0 ' Ollc * Boom 8 , Crel/h'OD tu trk.'Ojmhi.
H. M NNWEILEK
3Eg , j:3C : ] S.O A.JJ
Railroad Ontflt on Short Notice.
llth St. , Near Farnham.
d. L. WILKIE ,
and 220 8.14th St.
d. P. ENGLISH ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
UO dDuth Thirteenth Utreet , with
Geo. P. Bern is
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
16th and Dodge 8U. , Omaha , Neb ,
This ( joncy does BTBiorw * brokerage huaiocM.
Dounteiniculatg and therefore ny bargains
oooli M - iDBiirid to . Instead
PLAITING liOHUE I
DRESS-MAKERS' UOHPAHIOH ,
It plnitd irooi 1-lflol n n inch to
width in the coiriest folUi or Dnebt si ki
It does all kinds ftod tylet ol | lilting In UB .
No lady that does her own drewi-iuaklni ; can
aBord to do without onc-M nice I'laltlngU _
novcr out of fishion , 11 neeti It nll itself. For
Uachluea , Circulars or AK nV tsrms addrw
CONGAB & CO , ,
118 A-dnmsSt. Chlcapo 111.
Murray & Lanman's
Pest for TOILET. BATH
? nd HANDKERCHIEF.
yon suffer from DiFpcpali , use
If you are afnlctail w Itli Wllousncw , na
BUIIDOCK iJLooi ) iinrnns
t you are prostrated w 1th tick Heri'lachc , Uko
HUllDOCK BLOOD DlTTnUS
( your Howcta arc dlwrdcrcd , rcpil.ite them with
IlUrtUOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
( your Blood Is mpurr , purify It n 1th
BURDOCK BLOOD BlTTEnS.
( youhare Indigestion , 3011 nlll Imdan anttdoto
n BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTEK3.
t rou are troubled with Spring ComplalnU , cr-
adlcato them with BURDOCK BLOOD BlTTEnS.
( j-our Llrerls torpid , restore It to liwiltliyoctlon
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEU8
( your Llvor li nfTcctcd , you will find a sure ro-
tomtlroln BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
f you have ttnj epeclcs of Humor or Pimple , fall
not to take BURDOCK IILOOD BITTERS.
1 you hao any symptoms of Ulcers or Scrofulous
Sores , a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Imparting strength and vitality to the J-B.
-cm , nothing can equal
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility , tone up the
y Um with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Price , l.00j > ei Bottle ; Trial Bottle ! 10 Ct *
FOSTER , MftBURH , & Oo , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Bold at wholesale by Ish & McMahon and 0. F.
Goodman. Jo 27 cod-rae
The Great English Remedy
.Never . falls to cuie
Nervous Debility. Vi
tal Exhaustion , Emis
sions , Seminal Wcak-
IHOOD , and all the
evil effects of youth
ful tollies and execs-
! < C3. It stops perma
nently all weakening.
iru oluntary loss , s and
drains upon the Bys-
tern , the Inevitable re-
, suit of these ovilnrac-
tlccs , which nro BO destructive to mind and body
and maUe life miserable , often Icadlnp to Insani
ty ard death It strengthens the Ncrvcs.Braln ,
( memory ( Blood , Sluscles , Plsegtivo and Repro
ductive Ore ms , It restores tt all the oreanlc
functions their former vigor and vitality , maKing -
King life cheerful and enjoyable. Price , S3 a
bottle , or four times the quantity 810. Sent by
express , secure from observation , to anyaddresd ,
on receipt of price. No. C. O. D. sent , except
on receipt of $1 as A guarantee. Letters re
questing answers must inclose stamp.
Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pills
are tt j beat and cheapest dyspepsia and blllloua
euro I. . ! the market. Sold by all druf gists. Prlco
Da Urarni'8 KJDNKT REMRDT ,
Cures til kind of Kidney and bladder coraplalnto ,
gonorrhea , clcet and leucorrhca. For ealo Dy all
daugglsts : 1 a bottle.
ENGLISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
718 Olive St. , St. Louis , Mo.
For Sale in Omaha by
0. F. GOODMAN.
SoraBlmportantStatemoxU of Wei
Known People TO holly
In order that the public may fully realize the
genuineness of tbo statements , M well as the
power and value of the article of which they
epoak , wo publish horawith the fac-elmile Blgn -
turci ol pirtlei whose sincerity Is beyond quea
tlon. The Truth of these testimonials Is abso
lute , nor can the facta they announce bo
OUADA , NEB. , May 24 , 1881
n , II , WiRNr.a & Co. :
DXAR SIK : I have frequently used Warners
Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure .or local affections
attendant upon severe rheumatic attacks , ' and
bavealnaya derived bencUt therefrom. I have
also used the Sato Nervinevlth satisfactory re
sults. I consider these medicines worthy of
OMAHA , NKB , May 21 , U81
II. IT WARMIR & Co. , Rochester , N. Y. :
GRSIS : I hav nw ( your Safe Kidney and
Lhci Cure thla spring as a lor Invlgorator , and
1 find It the best remedy I over tried. I have
used 1 bottles , and It haa made mo feel better
than ever I did bcf ere in the spring.
U. P. B. Shops.
OMAHA , Nan. , May 24,1881.
H. n. WARNBBtCO. :
Bins : For more than lo yrars I have suffered
much Inconvenience from combined kidney and
liver diseases , and have been unable tc work ,
my urln try orpins also being affected. I tried a
great many medicines and doctor * , but I grew
worao and uono day by day. I was told I bad
Bright's Discano , and I wished myself dead If I
could not have speedy relief. I took your Safe
Kidney and LHcr Cure , knowing nothing else
waa over known to cure tha disease , ana I have
not been disappointed. The medicine has cured
me , and I am perfeo'ly well to-day , entirely
through your Bale Kidney and Liver Cure I
with vpu all success in publishing this valuable
remedy through thn world
U. P.R. n. Shops.
Thoui.ir.il3 of equally Etrong endorsements many
ottlicm In ci c < i where hopuuaj abandoned have
been vulunturlly given , ( bowing the remarkable
power of VTurncr'u fa'o Kidney and Liver Cure ,
In all dlfica'tscf the Kldnryu , liter or urinary or
gans. Jf any ono who read * this haiauyphjg-
leal trouble renumber the great remedy.
\Jf ( BiU
Ar ran god by Hnraugnri Maen-
C N L Y" $90 ,
In the [ Cabin for JHouna Trip.
From Wow York to Atuwerp nnd
en- York Juno 10 , 1F 2 , on the
tha new and tplenidd Mall Steamer liel enland ,
f TKcturn tickcta peed ono jcar on any
8tvau.er of the H l Star Lino.
Faro ffom Antwerp to
Paris , only $1.60.
Ticket ! , 'Prospectus and all Information
Onlytobolmdlrom M & , R. UUIiQHCIM ,
Dooktcllert , 104 Vine Street , Olnclnnattl.O.
The Clncinnatti Humgurl Manner-
w , MUIO. HI. A. o.
DOANE& CAMPBELL ,
At tor neys-'at-Law '
W.D. MILLARD. \ F. B. JOU ON.
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , OoinmissioE and Iliolesale Fruits ,
1111 PARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Baushers Lard , and Wilbor Mills Fldur ,
, - - - .
OMAIIA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JdllNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
STEELE , & CO ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
IANUFACTURED TOBACCO ,
Agents for BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & SAND POWDER 00
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 FarnhamjfStreet ,
LUMBER , GOAL &
Ou River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas' Sts. ,
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE MILLIMRT AHD BOHDI8 ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
Spring Goods Receiving Daily and Stook very nearly Complete
108 FARM AM ST. OMAHA. .
TraOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IH
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS.OILIME , CEMENT
/WBTATB / AGKNI FOB BftWAUKKK CK1IKNT COUPANY1
Near Union Pacific' Depot , - - OMAHAWEE
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DEALER N
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St , Omaha Neh.
Hair Goods , Notions , Ladies' FurnisMn ? Boofls. Ulsters , Circulars ,
and Suits ,
o rr 3r 3E3iKrof3SE
ANGELL , BOWEN & WHITE.
Fine Watches and Clocks. Pianos , the Stock and others.
Diamonds at Importers' Tricon. Organs , Whitney & Holmes.
Jewelry , most Artistic Styles. Music hooks , Sheet Music.
Silverware , an Elegant Stock. Accordinns , Violins.
Spectacles , Eye Glasses , iSo , Flutes and Fifes , Guitars.
Opera Glasses , Ohnico Assortment. Muaio Uoxes , Harmonicas.
EngravinK , in Best Stylco. Violin Strings , Guitar Strings , &c ,
Fine RopairiiiL' n Specialty. Inducements Superior to others.
Plain Fiures. Our Motto , "Plain Figures. "
ot STYLES advertisements we politely re <
tVAa wo copy none our competitors or
qutut a return of th * outnpllnicnt.
Otora Houge , Block , ANGELL , BOWEN & WHITE.
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