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THKOivJAltA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY APRIL 18 , i882.
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CARD OirUOO , 8T. Pitt , VlrTKEAfOUS AXO
Om h r eri rNo. 2 , 8SO : .ra. Ac
1 , 1:0 : tp. m.
Airive Om hi ? M npfr No. 1 , 8:20 : p. ta
Ace : n = edition No. J , l6:50 : . to.
I visa cviru BAST o SOOTH ioum.
0. , B. ft Q. 7:40 : a. m. 8:10 : p. m.
0. & N. w. , 7:40 : a. m. 8:40 : p. m.
0. , B. I. & P. , 7:40 : a. m. 3:40 : r . m.
K. 0.St. J. & C. B.le vc8 At f SO k. ta. and 7:45 :
en , Arrives bt St. Louis at 6Su : t. m. and 5 : 2
W. , St. L. & P. , ICM-M at 8 a. m. and 3:40 : r
Attlvua a Bt. Lonlj at 6:40 : a. m , and 7:80
wast OB ROcnnnuTB.
B , ft M. In Neb. , Through F.xpreea , 8:40 : a. m
D. ft M. Lincoln Kipi-ros 0:20 : p. m.
O P. Otetlind Entire * * . 12:11 : p. m ,
0 , ft R. T. for Lincoln , 1U41 a. m. ,
O. & It. V. tor OsccoU. 0:40 : a. m.
U. P frolirht No. 5 , f > :30 : n. m.
O. P t rclpht No. & , b:20 : a. m.
U. P. freight No. IS , tflp. m.
U , P. freight No. 7 , 6:10 : p. m. emigrant.
U. P. Denver expreM , 7:36 : p. m.
D. P. ( relrht No 11 , 11:30 : p. m.
0. P. Denver Irelscht , 8:26 : p. m.
ARMVIKO FROK 1 1ST AXD fOUtD.
0 B. fa 0 1:00 : a. m _ 7:25 p m.
C. fc N. W. , 9:46 : a. m. 7:25 : p. m.
C. R. I. fc P. , 0:4 : 6 a. m. 9 06 p. m.
a. C. , Bt. Jco & 0 B. , 7:35 a. m. : Up , m
ARiivno rftOM rui was AND aotrrawut.
O. * B V. rrom Lincoln 1:03 : p. m.
U. P. Pacific KiirtB ] 3:25 : p. ra.
B * U , In Neb. , Through Kiprew iiU p m ,
B , * M , LlncoltilKxprcsj 9'40 am. ,
C , P. Dem or express. 7S5 a. m. -
U. P. Freight No. 14-2:60 : ti. m.
U. P , No. C 5iO : a. m. Kmlz anl
i , U. P. freight No. 14 , 12:15 : p. ra.
n , U. P. No. 8-O.CO p. m.
' U. P. No. 1S-14B ! a. m. '
D , P. Denver freight , 1:10 : a. m.J
0. & R. V. tnlxoB , ar. i:45 : p. m.
tenure Truing Bunrvnc OMAUA AHD
OODNC.II , twnrrK.
Lekvo Omaha at 8:00 : , t.OO , 10:00 : and 11:00 :
p m. ; 1-0 2:00 : , s oo , 4:00 and 6:00 : p. m ,
Leave Council BluOa at 3.2S , 3:26. : 10:25 : and
1:15 : a. m. ; 1:25 : , 2:26 : , 35 : , 1:25 : and 6:2Gp. : m.
Burma } The dummy letups Omaha at 8:00 :
and 11:00 : a. to. ; 3:00 : , 4:00 : and t:00 : p. m. Loa09
OonncII Blufl at 9:25 : and 11:26 : a. m. ; 8:25 , 4:25
and 6:76 : p. in
Throjgh and local passenger trains between
Omaha and Council Elutls. Lcat o Omaha 0:16 : ,
TiU , 8:50 : a.m. ; 3:40 : , 6:15 : , 6:00 : p. m. Arrive
Omaha 7:40 , 11:36 : , 11:46 : a. m. ; 6:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:11 : ,
140 p. m. _
Opening ana Clotlng of Mr III.
BOOTH. OflW. CL033.
a. m. p. m. . a. m. p. m.
Chicago ft N. W . 11.00 O'OO 6BO" : 2:10 :
Chicago , K J. & PftclOc.ll:00 9:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
Chicago , B. & Q. . . . . .11:03 9-00 6:30 : 2:40 :
Wabuh . 12:30 : 6SO : 2:40 :
moux City and Pacific. . 9:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
Union PaclQ : . ' 4:00 11:40 :
Omaha & 11. V . 40 11:40 :
E.&M. In Neb 4:00 : 8:10 :
Omaha & Sioux City. . CCO : 7:30 :
D. 4i M. Lincoln. ioso 6:00 :
D. P. Lincoln , Sunday. . . 1:30 11:00 :
J. P. Denver Exp 9:00 : 6:30 :
0. , Sioux City & 31. l . . .A.L.W 3:40 :
Local mails for State of Iowa leave but once a
day , Tlz : 6:30 : a , m.
Office open Bundaja from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
THOS. F HALL P M.
Business Directory ,
Abstract and Real Litate.
JOHN L. ItcCAGUE , opposlto Post Office.
W. R. BARTLETT S17 South 13th Street.
Architect * .
DUFBENE ft MENDELSSOHN , AROniTECTB
Boom 11. Crelghtoa Block.
A. TjltAROE Jr. . Room 2. Cielcrhtcn Block.
Boots and Shoot.
JAMES DBVINK & CO. ,
Fins Boot * and Shoes. A rood assortment
borne work on hand , corner 1-th and narncy.
THOS. ERIOESON , S. E. cor. 16th and DongUs.
JOHN FORTUNATUS ,
. ) f 0110th ctroet , manufactures to order good work
ittt lr prlcM. '
Bed Spring * .
LA11RIMER Manufacturer. 1617 Donrlaiit.
Books , News and Stationery.
J. I. FRUEHAUF 1016 Farnhatn Street.
Butter and Eggs.
HcDHANK & 8CUROEDER , the oldest B. and K.
bouse In Nebraska cAtabllriied 1876 Omaha.
MRS. A. R7AN ,
Dothwest corner ICthaud Dodge.
Beat Board for the Money.
Utaliat all Hour * .
Board by the Diy , Week or Month.
Good Terma for Cash.
Furnlnhrtl Unoma Supplied.
Oarrlauei and Road Wagons.
WU SNYDER , 14th HndHornev Streets.
J. HARRIS will pay hlghestCachprice for eccond
band clothlnp. Corner ICth and Farnham.
jo we en.
JOHN BAUMER 1314 Farnham Street.
H. BEBTHOLD , Rags and Metal.
Lumber Lime end Oemont.
FOSTER & OH.\Y corner 6tb and Douglas Ota.
Lamps and Qlassware.
J. BONNER 1308 DotuUs St. Good Variety.
Q. A LINDQUEST ,
One ol our most popular Merchant Tallora Is re
ceiving the latest designs for Spring and Summer
Goods for gentlemen's ' wear. StylUli , durable ,
and prices low aa ever 21613th bet. Douif.&Farn.
. -.MRS. C. A. RINGER , > VhoIeualo and Retail , Fan-
V 1 y Goods tn great \ arlety , Zophj rs , Card Boards ,
f v Hosiery , Gloves , Conteta , &c. Cheapest House In
" " - the West , Purchasers sue 80 per cent. Order
bvUall. 11G Fifteenth Street.
JOHN WEARNE & SONS cor. 14th & Jackson ets
Hour and Feed.
OMAHA OITY MILLS , 8tb and Farnhim Bta. ,
Wclehans Uroe. . proprletora.
Z. STEVENS , list between Cuinlng and Itar
T , A , MoSHANE , Corn. 23d and Cumlng Strecta.
Hcrawaio , Iron ana Oteel.
OLAN & LANQWORTUT , Wholesale , 110 an < >
113 15th itreet
A. HOLMEfl eorne 1Mb and CalUornU.
nmrneu , Unaoiei , < kc.
B. WEIST SOlEthBt bet FaroDarnoy. .
; AHFIKLD HOUSE , Goo. C nfleld , th & Farnhan
DORAN HOUSE , P. U. Cary , 813 , Farnham St.
SLAVEN'S HOTEL. F. Slaven , 10th St.
Bouthern Hotel Qua. Hamel Oth t Leavenworth
rug * , Palnuana Ullt.
KUHN & CO.
rharmaclets , Fine Vane Uooda , Cor , Hth and
W. J. WHITEHOUPK , Wholesale & Retail , Uth et.
a FIELD , SO ! ! North Side Cumlng Street.
PARR. Druggist. 10th and Howard Btreeta.
DR. PAUL Williams' Block Cor. Uth & Dodge.
Ury Goods Notion * , ttc.
JOHN H. F , LEtlMANN & CO. ,
Hew York Dry Goodi Store , 1810 and 1312 ftm-
D. 0. Enewold also hoots and shoes & Padflo.
A F. GROBB.New and Beoond Hand Fnrnltnrt )
nd Stoves , lilt DouaU * . Highest cash price
aid for second hand goods.
.BONNER 1309 Dooyta it. Fine goods 4c.
f ere * Work * .
OUAEA FENCE CO.
OUST , FRIES * CO 1S18 Harney St. , Improve
sd Ice Boxts , lice aci Wood Fence * , Offlca
illni-n. Onoolf if ? ln and Walont. _
R03ENFELD 10th St. . bet f ar. * Bar
Rtrlratpr , Onflld' Patent
. F. GOODMAN 11UJ St. bet. Fun.
Olcar * and Tobacco.
TTKJ3T A FTUTSCnER , manutactnren ef Cigars
and WholMoOa Dralersl n Tel co * , ISOSDonglaa
V. F. LORENZKN manufacturtr 1418 Farnham
A. Donaghneplant , cutCowtrt , tetds , ooqnet
etc. N. W. cor. 16th and Douc ! i streets
Olvll Engineer * and Surveyor * .
ANDREW ROSEWATER , Crelghton Block
Town Surreyn , Grads and Sewerage Systems a
Uommlstlon Merchant * .
JOHN 0. WIL LtS,1414 Dodge Street.
D B. BRF.MCR. For details we large advertise
nient In Dally and Weekly.
Western OornlceVoiks , Manufacturers Iron
Oornlce , Tin , Iron and Slate RooQIng. Orders
from any locality promptly executed In the beet
manner. Factory and Office 1218 Harney St.
0. SPEC1IT , Proprietor.
Oalrtnlird Iron Cornlcca , Window Cap * , etc.
manulactjrcd and put up In any part ol the
country. T. SINHOLD 110 Thirteenth street
J. BONNER 1309 DctulM ttreet. Good line.
Clothing end Furnishing Qoo' s.
OEO. H. PiriEUSON. AIM Hats , Capa , BooU ,
Notions and Cutlery , 804 S , 10th street.
Ohow OMB Mnnufactory.l
0. J. WILDS ,
UanaMctnror and Dealer tn all klndl ct Show
Cases , Uptight Casca , . , 1317 CaM Bt.
FRANK L. OF.HIIARD , proprietor Omaha
Show Case manufactory , SIS South 16th street
between Lca\cn orth and Marcy. All goods
Utove * ana in war * .
A. BURMESTER ,
Dealer In Stoves and Tinware , and Manufacturer
ol Tin Hoof ; and all * klnde ol BulKlIng Work ,
Odd Fellows' Block.
J. BOVNKR. ISOfl Dontln * Bt nmi and Chnati
J. EVANS. Whotosslo and Retail Seed Drills and
Oultltntora Odd Fellow * Ilallj
Physician * and Surgeon * .
W. K. GIBBS , M. D. , Room No 4 , Crelghton
BIf.ck , IBth Street.
P. S. LKISENRINO , il. D. Masonic Block.
C. L. HART , M. D. , Eye and Ear , opp. postofflco
DR. L. B. GRADDY.
OnilUt and Aurht. S. W 15th and Tarnham Bit
Photogrnpnor * .
GEO. IIEYN , PROP.
Gnnd Central Gallery ,
212 Sixteenth Street ,
near M.vxmlo Hall. Flrst-claaa Work and Prompt *
nu.a gn rantoen
Plumbing , Qas and Steam Fitting ; .
P. W. TARPY & CO. , 216 12th St. , bet. Farnham
and Dougl&a. Work promptly attended to.
D. FITZPATRICK. 1409 Douclas Street.
aiming an aper anglng.
1ENRY A. KOSTKRS. 1 Dodge Street.
Ohoo Stores ,
Phillip L n 1SSO Farnham Bt. hot. 18th & Itth.
Second Hand Store.
PERKINB ft LEAR. 1416 Douelaa Bt. New and
Second Hand Furniture , House Furnlthlng Goods ,
&c. . bought and sold on narrow margins.
HENRY KAUFMANN ,
In tue new brick block on Douglaa Street , has
Just opened a most elegant Beoi Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
" Caledonia " J FALCONER 670 16th Street.
CHAS. RIEWE , 1012 Farnham bet. 10th & lltd.
00 Cent Store * .
P. 0. BACKUS Farnham St , Fancr Goods
In going East tata the
"Trains leave Omaha 3:40 : p. m. and 7:40 : a. m.
For full Information call on n. P. DUE' , . Ticket
Agent , 14th and F.mitmm Sta J. BELL , U. P.
Hallway Depot , or at JAMES T. CLARK , Qcncr-
Ageni , Omaha _ ialTm&o tf
Railroad Oatflt on Short Notice-
Htb St. , Near Farnham.
CEAIB'S OITY GBEEN HOUSE
Is now open to the public with a full supply o
Cut Flowers and Plants
for Sale. We Hill bo glad to have the public
call and ice us.
Bouquets or Any Floral Design Made
ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
City Green House , 8. W. Cor 17th and Web-
cU'r , ono block from 16th street cars. Nursery ,
23d street , opposlto Fait. Ja3. Y. Craig , Florist
r.nd Land4caD Gardner. Kob2-Cm.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MF.DICINK
TRADE MAHK The GreatTHIOH
rhca , Impotency -
ency , nnuall
follow oa a
BEFCRETAXIHQ.scquenco of AFTER TAKING ,
jclf-Abuse ; as Loss of Memory , Universal Loasl.
ude , Pnln In the B&Uc , Dimness of Vision , Pre
mature Old Ago , and many other Diseases that
ead to Insanity or Conaumptlon and a Prema
OTFulI particulars In our paiuohlct , which
we desire to send frco t r mall to every one.
/arTho Specific Medicine Is sold by all drbgglsts
it $1 per package , or 6 packticca for 6 , or will
jo sent free by mill on reel ptof the money , by
addressing THEGRA IEDICINK CO. ,
Buffalo , N. Y.
cruller" . oc7me-cod
. i' L. . . . . .
rued by t IIP strain ot
your duties HYOifl
diiwttlou or dl iiia |
riia or lni'I old or
roorbeattn or IdnKUlfh
necu , nly on Hop
n jully J r o m sola ;
that your H . . fonn ot f ! u n o r
rtlsetpo ihat inlrflii
needs tleanslUK. ten-
Ini ; or ttlinalatlni liave boenirevent.-Q
wilkatiKntoxtmiUnj , bra tlmi'ly nwof
Hop Hcp tttero
frpt'a , MJniy 0,1. o
llalni , dlstafe
of ti > * omafA ,
. Lie c u r lot
bated * . Hood. drunkenues *
Jfwr or rwn I uiw of opluia.
You * tll be tobacco , c. '
curt d If vo ute narcotics.
If are rim Bollbydnig
you ? 1 ti. Bund far
ply NEVER CIrcultr.
Iow nlrlt lti7
Iti It may
e ave your FAIL ra
life. It has
iivecl liun- kMler
dreao ATorooto. Out.
To Nervous Sufferers
THE GREAT EUIIOPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J , B , Simpaon'B Spooiflc
It ! a l ttlv | curc tor til-cruatotibea , Somln *
A uoUntw. Impotaucy , aud all Jieaaots resulting
rcia Eilf-Abutu , M IKutal Anxiety , Lout
Mf mnry. I'alna In the Bmk or Side , and dlbcksoe
that lead to
insanity an ,
Uedlclne I *
beln ; Died
tout free to 11. Write for them nd get full p r-
. . , .
HiforJ < i.OO , Addroes sil order * to
B. SIKSON MEDICINE CO.
No * . 104 and 100 U ln fit BufIalo-N. Y.
BoH In Omaha br 0. f. Goodman , J. W , B 1I ,
J.K. Isb , and all dm jg1U Tsry where.
* 1 - < Iw
WILLIAM E. CHANDLEU.
Uomo Rominlsconcog of Him by
Special to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
I wont to Washington City about
18G8 , and found Mr. Chandler , the
ngont of Jay Cook , in iho Congres
sional lobby , putting through the
Northern Pacific railroad legislation.
Ho also bocnmo secretary of the na
tional comruittco when Grant woa
cloctod , and in that cnpactty soon be
came known to the country ns n man
with acertoia expertness and shrewd
ness in handling election statistics ,
funds , speakers , otc. Such places are
always in demand by young men who
are hanging on the verge of politics.
Chandler , McCormick * and Dorsoy
arise to mind as the thrco secretaries
of the national committee who pre
ferred the most shotvy plnco next to n
The secretary of the national com
mittee must in general bo a master o !
irresponsibility that is to say ho
must cover up his tracks like a cal
after making them like an elephant.
Ho must bo largo end loud on the out
side , and pooh-hooh the enemy , nut
lie , and rage , nnd issue bulletins be
fore the battle , saying : "Wo have
them by the hair,1 and then nftor the
battle is over ho must destroy his dis
patches , exactly balance his financial
accounts , lookdcmuroandinnocent and
Bay : "My memory has failed from the
arduous work I did in the campaign ,
and I forgot whether wo bought any
body or not. "
When it seemed the republican
party was goimj to pass out of power
in 1870 , and Mr. Tildon wus going to
control the country and bring back
the lost sheep , a number of wild-oyod
individuals seized an' empty carpet-
sack and another man's umbrella , and
wont oil to the southern states to re
deem , rescue nud resurrect freedom
in that quarter. I will not mention
the vnhunt democrat a who wcro
always seen about the manag
ing caucus on that as on
all kindred performances ; but it
is enough to say that our Chandler
wont right to the front , faced all the
alligators in Florida , irritated every
Johnny Rebel in the Btato , and , no
doubt , aid his work first rate , for
Florida was counted for Hayes , and
the sago of Gramercy park , instead of
superintending the portraits of the
prcsideuta in the white house , had to
build n little private palace for him
self in Gramercy park and haug his
old engravings up there , like James
II taking refuge at St. Germain.
Mr. Chandler'a expectations were
fair t6 middling for his Florida work ,
but President Hayes did not consider
them respectfully. Hayes had an en
tirely social education , derived in the
city of Cincinnati , to which ho wont
as the nephew of his Undo Sardius ,
possessed of ono extra broadcloth
walking coat and several pairs of kid
gloves , and the parting advice from
tiis uncle to call only upon the most
respectable people , and to keep
ft-doing of it. Strict attention to that
command made Mr. Hayes president.
Bo never went among the boys or
Into caucuses , but put on the afore
said kids and smooted down the extra
coat , and kept s small visiting list ot
the superior people the Andersons ,
Pendlotons , Steinbergors , Groesbecks ,
3tc. Therefore , when two or throe
big politicians would fall out about
a nomination , it would bo said :
"There's Mr. Hayes. He calls on the
Grroosbecks. Let us put him up. "
Thus the pair of kid gloves and the
extra coat swept * Hayes into the office
of city solicitor , congreisman , gov
ernor three times , and finally presi
dent. The man who does not keep an
extra pair of kid gloves and a special
Balking coat after this shall have no
Of course , Mr. Hayes , never having
mot Mr. Chandler at any of these
grand families , had no use.for him as
minister to Italy , solicitor general , or
anything else. Ho declined to reward
Mr. Chandler , who forthwith rushed
nto the arms of Roscoe Conkling
ike "Armaud Duval" into the arms
of his father after "Camillo" had left
lim that cruel noto. The future his
torian of our country can cheese no
greater subject for his canvas tnan
Jhandler being reconciled to Conkling
through the man with the extra coat
and the available pair of kid gloves ,
[ lospectability had accomplished ouo
ivondor. It had plucked the right
sewer of James G. Blaine from his
side , und added it to the hand of Roscoe -
coo Conkling. Conkling had in the
neantitno mounted the tripod or ,
rather , put Tommy Platt there and
lad Hayes denounced as a aham , the
nero etulllng of an extra coat and a
iair of kids , and called on the politi-
class to . 'ally to his tocsin. Chandler ,
foremost , aa usual , in the procession ,
exclaimed , "I am the political class , "
and wept on Conkling'a bosom. It is
always the misfortune of Mr. Blaine
.0 be nursing a litter of promising
roung terriers , who no sooner got on
heir feet than they desert to the oth
In 1880 , at the Chicago convention ,
Chandler , Joe Chalice , and Stephen
SlkiiiB were the throe who broke the
SOU up , and put George Hoar in the
chair to preside over the nomination
of neither Grant nor lilaino , nor yet'
if Sherman , but of the poor and un
friendly Garfield , who had been culti
vating the people instead of h a fellow
loliticians all those yoara. Again
Jhandlor put in considerable work ,
3eing an efficient follow in campaign
times , and this time ho know ho was
not depending upon a pair of kid
jlovoa ana a respectable extra coat ,
and ho picked out hie placa , solicitor
; oneral , and wan nominated for it ;
Hit , unfortunately , the administra
tion did not think his confirmation
ivas the greatest question of state.
Chandler did. Ho was right in sup
posing that to him it was the question
if questions. Blaine and Garfield
thought a big aow with Conkling was
Bomowhat more momentous than Mr.
Chandler's controversy with the rebel
Again the Florida performance came
up and equolchod Chandler , and Don
Cameron and Don Cameron's brother-
in-law , MaoVoagh , were skipping
about the senate , fortifying the rebels
to fight against him a very moan
piece of business , but effective. Yet
his rejection was beneficial to Chan
dler , for it gave him an opportunity
to throw off on Mr. Blaine after Gar
field was disabled , and to return to
Conkling saying ; "Lot mo weep upon
this boiom again. " Bo the Arthur
administration has taken Mr. Chand
ler up and rondo him secretary of the
navy ; and if ho keeps his temper , does
not tear'his ' shirt , and romombori
there are a great many persons in this
country besides himself , wo may ai
least cease to call him "Bill" Candlor ,
aud write out hia name with ovcry
letter fully expressed * "tho Honor-
nblo William E. Chandler of Now
Hnnipshiro , ex-secretary of thenuvy. '
Ho expects to bo senator next.
Chinese Question In tv Nutshell.
Mr. M. H. DoYoung , editor of The
San Francisco Ohroniclo , has boon in
terviewed in Chicago by a Tribune
reporter , to whom ho said : "Look al
it m a reasonable , common-senso light.
There are 5,000 Chinese cigar-makers
in San Francisco now , whore A few
yearn ago white men wcro employed.
The latter traveled back to the already
overstocked eastern cities or were
forced to take up a pick and shovel
and dig , Can they learn n now trade ,
only in turn to give it up to the Chi
nese ) The Chinese are apt and loam
readily. They are already manufac
turing all of the underwear used on
the 1'ftcifio Cooat. Not only this , but
they own their own cigar manufacto
ries and their own woolen mills.
They ate not only coolie laborers , bul
they are Chinese capitalists. The Six
Companies' are the masters , and the
coolies the slaves. They own their
own lines of steamships , and are
bringing more coolies right along to
compote with white labor and drive
out the Industrious laboring classes.
There are 20.000 contracted for now
to bo brought in this summer. Their
arrival hero will create 20,000 Com
munists out of people that are now
satisfied law-abiding citizens.
A Great Statesman.
The Great Mr. Frank Hatton , late
ussistant editor of an luwa newspaper ,
but now First Assistant Postmaster-
General , has ruled that "tho execu
tive orders" issued January 17 , 1873 ,
and January 28 , 1873 , by ono 13. S.
Grant , at that time attached to the
White House staff , ore of no cense
quence. For it is a curious fact that
It is General Grunt's orders , and not
Mr. Hayes' , which Hatton now dis
poses of with grandiloquent platitudes
ibout the rights of officeholders as cit
izens. Mr. Hatton goes against Gen.
Grant very strong. Ho also 'goes
against those old toglos who framed
the Constitution of Massachusetts ,
John Adams , Tho'ph Parsons , and the
ike. Mr. llatton is a great states
True to her Xruak.
Too much cannot be said of the ever
faithful wife and mother , constantly
watching and caring for her dear ones ,
never neglecting a eingla duty in their bo-
half. Svhen they are assailed by disease ,
and the system should have a thorough
cleansing , the stomach and bowels regu
lated , blocd purified , and malarial poison
exterminated , she must know the that
Electric Bitters are the only sure remedy.
They are the best and purest medidoe m
the world and only coit fifty cents , Sold
by C. F. Goodman.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in Postoffice during the week
ending April 15th , 1882 %
Allison W L Atkinson F
Augustin M Atwood F
Alexander H Andrews H W
BowenE W BehrendtF
Blown F Bolton W E
Boyce B J Beyer M 2
Boothman Mr Bowley H B
Boyd H O , Baldwin H
Benteonli * BlgelowLO s
Boynton J Bryan J O
Borenstein J M Burns H W
Bernine T Bucanon > T J
Bidderson T M Bunn J W
Burns O E Clark G 0
Campbell D Cuuock J W
OumballAO Case W H
Cross G W Costor C
Carlson C O Cook & Freed
Confer H Cunningham G M 3
Diety F Dean W 2
Divire M 2 Draney J M
Dolan W Bavin C 51
Egan D Edmundson H C-2
Ferguson W Fitzgerald G
Gregg G H Godeka W
Hanson A Hays D
Hunt A Huil G
Hallenberg H F Henderson H
Hunner S Herrincton M
Hendry M Hilgen J
Hessler ij Hnnsen O
Harper AV H HauieWB
HeJbogo W J Henderson T
Hallam T Hill T B
Holmes 0 G Humphrey W
Hall J Irvin J H
Joynt C L Johnson P
Jonasson H Jones E
Kriatensen L Lykins J
Lee II LeffingwellT
Lenkard P Leo J W
Little A D Lemon W A
Livingstone T McCarthy M
McAllister 0 O MnKinnon M
MoVoy J McCalfrey J
McMamas J Murry Mr
Miller P Mety A
Nylacdor J 2 Nordberg S A
Olson O O'Donahuo J D
Peterson L Putney N R
Pagne O M Powell P
Prcssor T Powell J A
Rinehart M Randlett M B
Riley 4 K Ryan T
Robertson W Riordan J L
Rector G L Bandisou E M
Slmw F Simmons F
Sailley J B Batmders J
Shaugh J Splller R
Schneider P II Sage P
Sharp fit E Btevcns J O
Smith C Shetly D M
Thomuon E F Tliomps A
Thompson S Toolicy T
Turkey W Thompson II C
Vaughnn 0 Vallentino R T
WinKfleld G Wclim G
Walgrcn G Wilion & Gilbert
Wilson W WilllainaJ
Wiest J II
Anderson Miss L Brown II A
jronnan Mrs B E Bonsen-MlssE
iiernard Mian D Beard Mrs S
Urowu Mrs F W Carpenter Mra W 0
Dhamberd Miss E Davis Mrs A
Dovigne Mrs E Daniels M
cfinefaL Gllson Mrs 8
Helm Mrs T N Hose Mrs B
tlourd Miss B Johnson Mra L
Kearney Mrs JVI E Kane Mrs M T
Lawless Mrs E Lorint MI.-s A
Lavender Misa A Madson Miss 8
Meteru Airs A McCann Mi B
Mlckler Misa L Mason Mra N J
Paulson G 1'cnnico Mrs
Powers Mrs A Prachcr Mrs L
Illce Mm H lUchunhon L
jlosenben ; Miss L Bamet Miss M
rjchick Mrs O Sainlbertf Mra E J
Tunlspn Mra P E Vulidca Miss W B
Wittoril Mien L Walters Mrs J
White S-2 Wilson Mis TM
Willeford MM J H Williams MlexS
Wllcox Mrs M WUbey Mrs 13 0
Tuos. F , , HALL , Postmaster.
CLKVES BROS. ,
Public Building * . Churchei ,
Store * In every Etyle ,
Att ot D given to FkUnt Office Pr wloe .
10 , Orelghton Block , OmiM
A simple , harmless remedy , that
euros every time , and prevents disease
by keeping the blood pure , stomach
regular , kidneys and liver active , ie
the greatest blessing over conferred
upon man , Hop Bitters is that reme
dy , and its proprietors are being
blessed by thousands who have been
saved and cured by it. Will you try
Geo. P. Bemis
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
16th and Dodge 8U. , Om h , Nab.
Thli ctnej doM r ioTU brofcer frebtulnw .
POM nt ipccuUto nd therefore ny bKrKklm
rnnk * rf Inmirnl to ni lnit * d
n any stage
Old Sores ,
Cures When Hot Springs Fail
UAVRIUI , ARK. , May 2 , 1881
no hikvo case * In onronrn town ( who Ilrcd at
Hot Springs , nd n ere Unally cured with 8. H. B.
UcGAUMON & UCRKT.
IF YOU douU.comotoi.eeus and WE WILL
CURE YOUH Oil charKo nothing I ! Write tor
particular ! and cony of little Hook
to the Unfortunate buffering.
Sioux City & Pacific
THE SIOUX OITY ROUTE
Rum a Solid Train Through from
Council Blufis to St. Paul
Without Oh nj8 Time , Only I ? Hour *
3.OO UILE8 THE BIIORTEST ROUTE
TO ST. PAUL , 1ONNEAFOLIS
DULurn or. BISMARCK
and all points tn Northern Iowa , MlnnoaoU and
Dakota. This tine 1s equipped with the Improved
WeitlnghoUM Automatic Air-brake and MUIe
Platform Coupler and Buffer : and ( or
SPEED , SAFETY AND COMPORT
Is unsurpassed. Pullman Palace Steeping Car
run through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kan
sas City and St. Paul , via Council Bluffs and
Trains leave Union Pacific Transfer at Couu >
ell Bluffs , at 7:35 : p. m. dally on arrival ol Kansas
21ty , St. Joseph and Council Bluffs train from
the South. Arriving at Sioux City 11:85 : p. m. ,
and at the Now Union Depot at St. Paul nt 12:80 :
IKS HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANYIOTOER
iiFRemember In talcing the Sioux City Rents
rou get a Through Train. The Shortest Line ,
.he Quickest Time and a Comfortable Ride In the
Throueb Can between
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND ST. PAUL.
TBee that your Tickets read via the "Sioux
City and Pacltto Railroad
] . 8. WATTLES , J. R. BUCHANAN
Superintendent. Oen'I Pass. Agent.
P. E. ROBINSON , Ats't Oen'I Pass. Ag > ,
Missouri Valley , Iowa.
W. E. DAVIS , Southwestern Agent.
Conncl Bluffs IPW
ford , of fileie-
land , O. , the
old. popular ,
Of thoT latest Improved plan , ( has opened a
branchmochanlcal surgery Institute at lOOSouth
l h street , Omaha , where ho 1s prcparid to
furnl h llmua of e er > description , skeletons ,
and supportcrsforparallud and deformed llmbii ,
trusses , and shoulder braces and supporters lor
femalu wealtneis. &c. The Doctor has had 23
years experience In ncarlng and adjusting ,
109 South'nt'h St. Omaha , Neb.
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
60nF rnliam8t Omaha , Nebra
Oaituully eelectod land In Eastern Nebraska for
mle. Great liargalna In Improved farms , and
} inha city property.
0. F.tDAVIS WKUSTjiB CNYDKn
T.nnil f'nif'r f P.
O. SPECHT ,
1213 Harney Street ,
OMAHA , - - NEB ,
Dormer Windows , Finials ,
TIN , IEOH | SLATE ROOFING ,
Specht'a Patent Metalio Sky-
Patent Adlustcble Hatchet Bar nd
am the general Stito Agent for the above
oa ol goods.
goods.IRON FKNOINQ ,
Orestlnas , Balustrade * , Verandn , | Offlco and
Bank nolllnni , Window nd Cellar
Peercon nd Hill Potent Inside Blind ,
F. D. NOLTE ,
Railroad Outfit on Short Notice ,
IOTH ST. NEAR FARNAM ,
"WINE OF OARDUI" ronlea
* > > iatks and clear complexlona.
W.B. MILLAIID. F , B. JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and f liolesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Batista Lard , and Wilber Mills Flour ,
OMAHA . NEB.
, - - - .
REFERENCES ' <
OMAHA MATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
STELE , JOHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies ,
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
( MS MAMFAGTUEED TOBACCO ,
Agents for BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFL1N & RAND POWDER 00
( POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MINING HAoniNcnr , DELTINO , nosn , muss AND IKON rrrnNas PIPE , STEAM
PACKINO , AT WHOLK3ALK AND KETAIL f t
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , GHUIIGHIAND.'SGHQOL SELLS
A SRA3Sf& , 205 Po n - , gt , , Omaha
IROTIB : & c
Wholesale Lumber ,
Ho , 1408 Farnham Street , Oinalia , M , 1
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE IILLIIERT M NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
Spring Goods Receiving Daily and Stock very nearly ] Complete
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS. . BUNDS , MQLD.HCS.UiUftiE , CEMENT
JsTBTATE AOEN/ FOR MILWATIKKE CnMIHT COMPANY
Near Union Pacific Denot OMAHA.STEP
LUMBER , C AL & ' 'LIME ' ,
On River Bank , Bet , Farnham and Douglas Sts.f
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 FarnhamlJStreet ,
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DEALEK N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
H. M. & M. PEAVY
1309 Farnham Street.
Hal Goods , NotionB , Ladies1 Furnishing Goods. Ulsters , OiroularB ,
and Suits ,
E crantxixrc1 xacuvacwm.ani M
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