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    THE .T > AILY BfiB'-OMAllA f.
No Whiskey !
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that arc not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey , thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
for rum.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is guaranteed to be a non-
intoxicating stimulant , and
it will , in nearly every case ,
take the place of all liquor ,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
cating beverages.
Rev. G.W. RICE , editor of
the American Christian Re-
viav , says of Brown's Iron
Bitters :
Cin.,0.Nov. 16,1881.
Gents : The foolish wast
ing of % ital force in business ,
pleasure , and vicious indul
gence of our people , makes
your preparation n necessity )
and if applied , will save hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia , indigestion ,
biliousness , weakness , debil
ity , overwork , rheumatism ,
neuralgia , consumption ,
liver complaints , kidney
troubles , &c. , and it never
fails to render speedy and
permanent relief.
OOX.D MEDAI , , rARIN , 18TS.
BAKER'S
CHOCOLATES
Tlrtlrr1 * TVfmhmi CAnro/rtte , thn bo
preparation of pUInehocolttofor fem
Hy uic.ultr' Jlrral/iut Cocoa
from wMch the txceii of oil hit bee
rrmored , f < ully dljtrtted anrl nhnlrftbl
oilapteilfur Invalid * . fiuA r'i I anil/ .
C'liarulnle , ilrlnk or ttlcn u eon
fcetlonery U & dellcloui trtlcle t hlghl ;
rrconitntnded by tourltU.ritfr'
Ilrmmii , InTitutble u a did far clill-
dr n. Qtrmtn Swttl Ctiocolalt , t
moit excellent trtlclt for f mlllti.
Sold lij ( lroe r ererprhero.
BALL'S '
fiORSETS
Every Corset Is warranted satis
factory to its -wearer to every way ,
or tbe money will bo refunded by
tbe person from wliom It was boucht.
,6 only Oonet pronounced by our iMdlna | iliyitoUu
* InJiHoui to UiowcKTor , wulradarMil1y ladle * M
fc < rmo t comfortable and perfect Ottlnif Corwt TM
" * * * * ' "
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Milk VnHtrirlng ( Bo ooutll ) .00
BUIrt-Hupportln * . 1.00.
Vcr a le by leadUc HeUlI IleBlcra
) „ ChlOiVgO , HI.
Send 81 , * , S3 , or
85 for n nample re
tail box by
of the hc t oandleH In
America , put up lu
elocnnt boxen , mid
Ntrictly pure. .Sultn
bio for nrcHCiitH. Kx-
cHn rlinrjfpn lljtlit
liefer * tc nil Chlcn
liANDT BO. Try It once.
AddreHN ,
C. F. GUNTHER
Confectioner ,
APURLCY VEOtTBtt TONIC
REMEDY '
COMPUUUOIIIIIRCF 'fe
. PRICKLY
POKE ROOT. STIMULANT
Atiartcr
SYSTEM nCNOVATOR ikOII t"Ot IHiTH
ITAIOt DISU DICCJTIVI FOIICIS
UlATCITHI UVCHANtl TNEIKTkNnWNItME
KIDNCVS.OMNS TNt
A BAD FATE-
Donth"or Ernma Verne , the Former
STWlfe of Obarlos L. Dovie/'Alvin
Joelln , " In a LoBdvllle
Almshouao.
Emma Verne , the divorced wife rf
Jhnrloa L. Davia , the aotor , died lu
Laadvlllo last Friday morning In ihu
most abject poverty , Her life of ru
cent years has been a sncoo&alon of
trango vicissitudes. Not very lorn ;
jgo , nndcr the stage name of OorJ
] nihmau , aho was ono of the greatest
avorltos ou the variety boards. Shu
was yonnc , pretty In faoo and figure ,
and poaaeaaod jnat onoagh vocat
ability to make her stage appearance a
sncccas , She appeared at moat of the
oading oaatern vandovlllo theatroe ,
and waited for ongigomonts , as mana *
gora thrust them npon hor. While
enjoying this hoydoy of professional
popularity she motand immediately fell
n love with Charles L. Davis , then
a aooond or third rate variety perform
er , bat now known to the profession
aa "Diamond Charlie , " the man who
nude Alvin Joalln and his own for-
tuuo. Shortly after her firat
mooting with Davla , Mies Oashman
m&rrltd him , and they traveled the
circuits together aa Mr. and Mrs. 0
L Dtwis. About this time a now atar
barat upon the theatrical firmament ,
and a new character was placed before
the American theater going public.
Danman Thompson created Uncle
Joshua Whitcomb , and the people
wont wild over the eccentricities of
the Now England farmer , The uinol
army of Iniltatorsspranij npandamong
; honi Obarlea L Davis , IIo poiaoaaod
In a certain degree the qualifications
iccosaaay to Interpretation of
Thompson's creation , and ho mann-
'nclurcd a play entitled Alvln Joslin ,
n which ho acted the title role , a tolerable
erable oonntoptrt of Uncle Joah. Ho
irocnrod a cheap company , started on
ho road , and In a ahort tlmo booamo
wealthy. As his worldly store In
creased , however , his domestic happi-
uaa decroaaed , until at length ho and
its wlfo separated by mutual oon-
ont. Ho claimed that aho
had fallen Into dlaaolnto habits and
ajurod hln > both financially and
loolally ; and aho claimed that ho cruel-
y ill-troited hor. About tbroo years
ago ho prooaord a divorce and she
drifted westward. She appeared in
Loadvlllo as a aorlo-comlo vocallat
about two years ago , under the pro-
[ oaalonal name of Emma Verne , and
at the expiration of her engagement
returned to Denver. Liat fall aho revisited -
visited Ljadvillo and appeared at the
Glebe theater , but vim dlaohargod far
drunkenness , ind then drifted to a
dauco hall , whuro oho acted aa barten
der. Two montha ago her paramour ,
proprietor ( f the dancing honao , aont
her to the Sisters' hospital , whore she
wita treated fur ttillammatory rhonmu-
titmand alcohollam. Under the kind
carotf the Slatera the poor unfortunate
nato rapidly recovered health and
atroi.gth , and throe weeks ago ehowaa
discharged from the hospital , with an
admonition from the physician to ab
stain from dissipation of any kind if
uho wished to savu her lifo. Instead
of obeying the injunction , however ,
oho foil line her old hublti and WHS
cast off by the man who had Bent her
to the hoHpltal , She became an object
of charity to her frlcnda , but they
supplied her with everything she do-
olrcd luoludlng liquor SB they had a
premonition that hur tenure of lifo was
limited. On Thursday night aho
visited polloo hrudquurtora and stated
her intention ( , f ynn % to the poor-
houeo. S 10 r.skod for a carriage , bul
was told eho could rldo to the alma-
honao In n wauou belonging to thai
Institution. She refused to do tills , aa
aho thought it was the smallp z wagon
referred to. At laat oho took come
jewelry and linked for the loan of aomo
money on it. Receiving this aho pro
cured a carriage and drove to the alma-
house , where aho went to bed and a
Few hours after passed < tway to that
bourne from vrhonco no traveler ro
turns. Passed away , alonn and friend
leas in a strange laud , while the man
iho cnoa called husband la loft behind
In worldly afilnonce , respected and
esteemed among the mon and women
of his profeaaion. Ho has already
boon Intormed of the terrible end of
her whom.ho once promised to cher
ish , but it is the opinion of those who
know the man that the Information
will not grieve him.
Keeiy Outdone.
Coal , one of the leading journals of
practical iclonco la 'England , makes
known a dlicovery that , if M repre
aontod , will work aa great a revolu
tion in employment of power aa
Keelj'a motor would , were It to do all
ho promises. The journal In question
says : "A now motor hns boon diicov-
urod which , it Is claimed , will super
sede steam. The material from which
the energy ii generated is bl-aul
phldo of carbon , which Is utll
( zed as a motor agent in the
form of vapor , and the advantage
claimed for it over steam is that ,
while water expands In the ratio of
ono cubic inch to 1,700 bl-snlphido of
carbon has an expansion property of
ono to 8,000. When the vapor la gen
erated it puses Into the steam chest of
the engine and moves the piston rods.
A pipe attached to the engine conveys
the exhanat vapor directly through a
condenser back to the tank In its orig
inal liquified form to bo generated.
The system of generation and
condensation is similar to the heat ac
tion , and , with machinery properly con
structed , It Is claimed that a single
supply of bisulphide of carbon can bo
mod with ro-onforoomouts for an in
definite period. The coat of fuel la
trifling , It being claimed that from the
peculiar proportica of the bisulphide
an ordinary houao fire can develop a
power sulllolont to rnn an ocean
steamer. Water bolls at 212 dog. ,
and it takes 320 deg. of heat to make
steam available , while the new ngent
takes the form of vapor at 180 dog. "
Uueelan Revolutionists.
Some fresh and interesting informa
tion about the secret revolutionary
party In Russia la given In a book re
cently published in England , entitled ,
"Under-ground Russia. " It is a
translation from the Italian , and pur
ports to bo by "Stepnlak , " plainly a
nom do plume. Fetor LivroiT fur
nishes a preface. The book consists
of sharply defined 'a'titt appreciative
skotchoo of the In6n and womenwho *
have been , and some of whom still
ore , carrying on a work , the mystery
and terror of which combine fascina
tion with potency. ? , These sketches
are brief , and no doubt they are alao
highly idealized , To the writer the
nihilist ichomora are all heroes ,
and their motives and deeds are
not only patriotic but exemplary , Wo
who do not discover clearly the appro-
) rlatonesa of daggora and dynamite as
natrnmonts for obtaining national
Ibortycannot bo expected torocog-
nlzo the contrivers of murderous plots
is angollo poraona. Bat it may be
> omo In mind that they urge in their
defense that It la the only way to ac
complish their aims in Russia. Wa
may recall that their organ at thotlma
of the assassination of President Qar-
leld , uttered thla jnit aentlmoni :
"Where the free will of the people
not only proscribes the lawfl , but'
choaos the admlniitrators , there mur
der , aa a weapon In political conflict ,
a aa bad aa the despotism whoao over
throw Is the aim of the Russian revo
lutionary party/ '
As an example of the style of the
wrltor'a poraonal sketches , thla of
Jacob Stofanovlo Is given :
"Siofanovlo remained for a wholn
month in St. Petersburg. We saw
each other very often. I afterwards
had many opportunities of seeing him
and of becoming acquainted with him ,
which is the same aa aaying of loving
him. Ho Is a man of a very original
and very complex disposition. Ho has
great force of mind and character ;
ono of thoao who , nndor favorable
clrcumstancea , become prophetical.
Ho haa the extremely rare faculty of
understanding how to direct the
masses , as ho showed at the Oighirino.
But his force Is not that which goot
straight to ita object , as a ball from a
cannon , smashing and overthrowing
everything that opposes it. No ; it ( a a
force that delights in concealment ,
that bonds , but only to stand firm
again afterward. Ho Is aaid to bo ,
and la believed to be , very aatnto.
Ho Is an extremely reserved
man , entirely concentrated in him-
iclf. Ho speaks little ; in public meetings -
ings never. Ho always listens quite
doubled np , with his head bent as if
isloep. Ho never enters into any
.hooratical dlsscnsalon , which ho do-
splaca , and when ho Is compelled to be
present at the reading of a 'programme'
) f 'memorandum * ho sloops in very
truth , and anorea loudly , Ho is a man
of action , like these whoso hands Itch
to be at work. Ho knows how to wait.
He Is a man of far reaching plant ; he
Is the finest typo of the organizer
whom I have over known. Hit clear
and eminently practical mind , his firm
and cautions character , his knowledge
of men and the art of dealing with
them , which ho possesses is marvolons
perfection , render him particularly
adapted for this highly difficult office.
Ho is very skeptical with regard to
mon , but at the aamo time ia capable
of a friendship which borders on ador
ation. "
Bat besides these gllinpios of the
oharkctors of prominent loaders In the
revolutionary party , the book affords
much light jn several points which
have baeu in controversy. For exam
ple , Stonnlak gives no support : to the
opinion which the Russian govern
ment pretends to hold , that the plots
of the nihilists are hatched among ex
iles lu London , Parla , and Geneva ,
where they are not under the Imme
diate surveillance of the Rasoian
police. Ho given na to understand ,
on the contrary , that they are formec
In Russia , under the eyes of the police
and In defiance of them , The achomi
of the assassination of the czr was
not formed by exiles , any more than i
was carried Into execution by thom
nor did they futnlsh the funds or th
inachluBry. All thono whose connec
tion with the affair has boon tracoc
were Russians living in their own
country. Ho takoa palna to produce
the Impression that the active rovoln
ttouary party , thooo whoso exploits
have startled the world a d aproid terror
ror through the empire , are not i
numerous body. Ho says there wore
but fifteen persons present at the so
called congress of Llpottk , where the
policy of assassination was first for
mally dotormlnod upon , and ho con
stantly convoys the Idea that the poli
cy is worked by small groups , who
carry into execution their own plans
The conspiracy for destroying the
emperor's train was the most formld
able In point of the numbers con
corned. The forces of the organize
tion were too small for the business ,
and outsiders were admitted to partic
ipation , who , of course , did not know
the precise plans ; but the genera !
scheme was so well understood thai
subscriptions wore raised almost nub' '
Holy in some places. And touching
the question of funds , ho meets thi
opinion that they must bo collected
from abroad by declaring that the
mount needed for their undertakings
Is much less than is commonly sup
posed. He says that the affair of the
Moscow mine and two other attempts
to destroy the railways organized for
the same month coat only between
3,000 and 4,000 , Including travel
ing expenses. The attempt to liber
ate one of the prisoners condemned at
the trial of "the 193" was organized
in a largo scale , and yet , according
to the detailed accounts sent to the
) rganlzatlon , it cost only about 83,000
Thoao revelations of the coat of con
spiracy give now Intoroat to the qnoa
tion : What becomes of all the money
raised la this country for the
"liberation" of Ireland ? Ho tolls nu
merous stories of the devotion and
aelf-saorlfiolng spirit of the revolu
tionists , and of tno ways in which
money la contributed by these who
sympathize with the cause , but do nol
wish to take the rlak of making any
record that can be traced. Ho relates
the pathetic story of Dlmltrl Llsognb ,
who waa hanged by a military tribunal
at Odessa in 1879. Ho was a million
alro , owning a largo oatato In a Rus
sian province , yet ho lived like a beggar <
gar , .wearing the scantiest clothing
never riding in an omnibus or cab , in
order that ho might give every farth
ing ho could save to the revolutionary
oauao. Stopnlak aays of him further :
"In all onr party there was not , and
could not bo , a man to compare with
him in ideal beauty ef character.
Under an aspect tranquil and placid
aa an unclouded sky , ho concealed a
mind full of fire , enthusiasm , of virtue.
His convictions were his religion , and
ho devoted to thom not only all his
life but all hla thoughts. "
Ono of the secret printing offices la
folly described , and the Ingenious
methods taken to conceal lu existence.
There are alao pictures which show thai
the revolutionists have not entirely
overmastered the human weakness ol
fear , and that they sometimes tremble
at recognition by these of tholr num
ber who are known to bp uuder sus
picion and who sometimes have much
lifficnUy In scouring a hiding place ,
This view of the contents of a remark
iblo book la baaed npon accounts and
xtrabts In the English papers ; but It
s likely to bo ropublisnod here , for
here can bo no question of ita deeply
ntoroatlng qualities ,
A Murderosa P.ends Guilty ,
'romthe FhllidelphU Time * .
Catharine Bnrncaon , the school
eaoher , who shot to death Maggie
tarlott , a school girl of 11 , on Jan ,
31 , pleaded gullly In Judge Allison's
court yesterday to a charge of murder ,
The woman , tall and slender , waa
drcsied simply in black. Her face
was covered wilh a heavy brown veil.
She was almost constantly In tears ,
and at times gave way to convulsive
aoba. The shooting took place in
rent of Miss Bnrnoson's house. The
Toman had boon annoyed by children
.n the neighborhood for two months ot
more , and on Jan. 31 , after having
been called to the window of her honao
t > y a nolao and Insulting remarks , ah'o
displayed a piitol to a group of her
tormentors , and then fired upon little
Maggie Oarlott , who remained stand
ing after the others ran away. The
victim had taken no part in the annoy
ance of Miss Burnoaon , and had npon
that day merely joined the others in
jumping a rope. ,
Testimony was heard to enable the
court to fix the decree of
crime. Maggie Moore testified that
shortly before the shooting she , with
Fanuio Cunningham , Eidlo Hawkins
and other little companions , were
passing by Miss Burneaon's residence
on the opposite side of thestroet when
they saw Louisa Hawklna and Lizzie
Molntyro , children whom they knew ,
on the other aide with a jumping ropo.
They wont over and joined them.
They moved npon Hawkins' pavement
which adjoined that of Mra. Burno
son's house. Maggie Onrlett cami
aronnd the corner with a bucket o
ashoc , which she aot down and jolnoi
the others in play.
Miss Bnrneaon was at her window
Eddie Hawkins , who was 4 or 5 years
old , called out at her , "Oh , you
atarer , " and called her a devil. Miss
Bnrneaon left the window and in a
ahort tlmo returned with a pistol. She
throw np the sash and displayed th <
weapon. Then she pointed it anc
fired. All the children except Maggli
ran away. Maggie waa shot over thi
right eye and fell. The witness
whoso testimony was not always clear
testified that before the shooting Miss
Bnrneson had called Louisa Hawkinsa
boast and that Louisa had replied
"I am no more of a beast than
you aro. ' ' She had not heard Louisa
say anything before that. She said ,
however , that Fannie Cunningham ,
before the shooting , had called In a
the keyhole of Miss Bnrneson's house.
A day or two before the shooting a
llttlo girl had cloaed in the shutters o
Miss Bnrnoson's window , pulled down
the curtain and threw down some fan
oy work. For perhaps two months ,
she said , tbe children had annoyed the
defendant. They had called her
"falae-faoa" and "old black dovll , '
made faoea at her , throw ashes and
dirt upon her stops and bricks into the
vontlbule of her honee. The children
thought that all this was fun. Mag
glo , howovcr , had taken no part in the
matter and seldom went Into the
street. Maggie Oarlott'o father toatl
fiod that hla child never apoko after
ohe had boon shot. District Attorne ;
Graham Bald that the rest of the testi
mony .which the Commonwealth hue
to offer would bo cumuiulatlvo. Th
court did not think it necessary to pro
duce It.
Richard Burneson , an uncle of thi
defendant , tentlliod that Mlsa Burno
son had lived with him for thlrtoei
years and had alwaya been of an even
and gentle temperament until recently
when aho became tflilcted with an in
firmlty that caused her great pain
The platol which had been used hi
purchased , he said , In 1807 In Illinois
Ho usually kept It In a book case. He
had carried It out ono night before
the occurrence , ho aaid , when he
know that ho would bo out late. Upoi
his return homo ho thoughtlessly lalt
the pistol npon the center table in the
parlor. Ho saw nothing more of i
until after the shooting. Ho did no
know when ho had last loaded It
The platol was not a self-cocking ono
Dr. Euro , the defendant's phyiician
testified that a physical Infirmity hat
somewhat affected Miss Burneson's
disposition and caused her at times to
act in a strange manner. A large num
her of witnesses , chiefly neighbors ,
testified that the defendant had al way
been of a mild and peaceful disposl
tion , and many of them Insisted on
telling the court of the annoyances
which they had suffered from unruly
children. District Attorney Graham
aaked the court to enter judgment in
the second degree. A. S. L. Shields
who represented the defendant , dl <
not think that the circumstances
would justify a higher verdict than
manslaughter , The court took the
matter under consideration. Miss
Burnoson was sent to prison.
THE BAD AND WORTHLESS
Are never imitated or counterfeited
This IB especially true of a family
medicine , and It fa positive proof tha
the remedy imitaied is of the hlghos
valno. Aa soon aa it had boon teatoc
and proved by the whole world tha
Hop Blttora waa the purest , boat anc
moat valnabla family medicine on
earth many Imitations sprung np anc
begon to atoal the notfcca In which
the press and people of the country
had'oxprosaed the merits of H. B. ,
and in every way trying to induce auf
forlng invalids to D83 their atnQ In
stead , oxfootlng to make money on
the credit and good narno of II. B.
Many othora started nostrums pat np
in almllar style to II. B. , with vari
ously devised names in which the
word "Ho ; ) " oa "Hops" were used in
away to induce people to bollovo they
were the same aa Hop Bitten. Al
auoh pretended remedies or cures , no
matter what their style or name u
and especially those with the wort
"Hop" or Hops In their name or in
any way connected with them or their
name , are imitations or countorfell
Beware of them. Touch none o
them. Using nothing but genuine Hop
Blttora with n bnuch or cluster o :
green Hops on the whlto label. Trus
nothing else , Druggists and dealers
are warred agalist ) dealing in imlta-
IOUB qr counterfeits'
> 7e notice the Marrbro Fund. Mutna
Trust Aeioclatlon , of Cedar Itaplds. Iowa
highly spoktn of In many of the leadlo )
paper * of the itate. "Money for the Un
married" heads their Advertisement hi
another column of this caper , f 5-3m
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IIrain Worn' ,
i I I . . I "I . .I . \ . I. . I .if tllttxl tiortt\Ai'
. C-f't tnA * , KcrvotiH ProBtratlon ,
'Chlncu ' TrvtMa ami Irregularities. t > 1.50 , at
IruggUts. fmp0 | Tr-tlinnnlnU.
"Samnrltiii 2i-r\liia 1 dolni ; wonders. "
lr ) .1 O , Mcl mnln , Alexander C'lty , Alfl.
"I ftil it inv iluty In rccomtntnd It. "
) ) r. 1) , F. IjiuRhlln. Clyde , Knneac.
"It cured hero lihj lchtis fiilled.
Itiiv.J , A. IMIc , Denser , Ta.
jBirCarrciipanilcnco freely nn wcrcil.tf J
IIIEBH. S , A.EICHUOHIIMED. CO. , PROPRIETORS ,
ST. JOSEPH , MO. ( 7)
testimonials and circulars send stamp ,
Railway Time Table.
U. P. R. R. MAIN LINE.
L1UYR. ittRIVS.
Dtlly Exr > re * > .l:15 : p m I Dally Express,3:25 : p m
DeuTcr Exp. . . 7:40 : p m I Denrer Exp.,7:33 : a m
"migrant. . . . G.OO p m | Emigrant 6:20 : a m
OMAHA AND LINCOLN LINB-U. P. DEPOT.
LIAYX. ARKITI.
Lincoln Ex. . 11:15 : * m I Lincoln Ex..1:08 : p m
Mixed 8:15 : m | Mixed. . . . . . . . _ :45p : m
DUMMY TllAINS-BRIDOB DIVISION.
Dummy trains leave Omkba at folkws 8.00 a
m ; 0:00 : a m ; 10,0 : ' am ; 11.00 a m , 1:00 : p m ; 2:00 :
p m ; 8:00 : p m ; 4:00 : p m ; 5 00 p m ; 6-00 p m
Dummy trains learo Uoiimil Bluffs ai follows :
8:25 : am ; 9:25am : ; 10:25 : am ; 11:25am : ; 1:29p :
m : 2:25 : p m ; 3.25 p mVI:25 ; : p m ; 6:25 : p m ; 6:1B : p
Sundays 1 he Dummy trains leave Omaha at
0.00,11:00 : m ; 2.00,4 00 , 5:00 : and 6:00 : p m.
Leares Council Bluda at 025 and 11:25 : to ,
225 , 4:25 : , 6:25 : and 6:28 : p m.
TIIROUGH AND LOOALPAS'KNQKR TRAIN'S
II1VI OMAHA. LIAVX COUNCIL. HLDfW.
PatsNo 2 7:45am : Pa a. No 5. . . 7,25am
11 No 10 6:15 : pm " Jol5.ll:20am :
" No 4. . . . 3:40pm : 1 No 3..11:30 : am
Emigrant No 6.6:15 : a m ' No IS.- 7-20 pm
No 7.8-00 pm " No 1. . . . 7:00 : pm
SIOUX CITY A PACIFIC DEPOT N. 15th St
Leivi Omitor O'Neill via Ht Paul
LI ofillalr 8SOam :
Arrlie liora Nellgh 5:30pm :
0. , M. & ST. P. R. R.-U. P. DEPOT.
LKATI. ARR1TE.
Mallfc Ex 7:45 : a m JUIl&Ei..7.-2'rpin'
Atlantic Kic..SHOD ut Paoflo Ex. . . .0:41 : a ji
Dally except Sunday tDaly.
WADASU , ST. LOUIS & PACIFIC R.R. U. P
DEfOT.
LKAVJl. ' ARRIVB
Omaha . 7:45 : am I Omaha . ll Oa m
" . 8:4upu : < | " . 5:20 : pm
C. , D. t Q. R. R U. P. DKFOT.
ARRIVE. LBATB.
Mall * . . . . . . 7:45 : & m I Express . 9:45 : am
Express. . . . . . . 3:40 : pm | i- all * . 7.26 p m
N. Y. Kx. lotvea Council Bluffs at 3:17 : p mf
" " arrives " 8:20 : a mf
'Sundays excepted. t Omaha time.
0. , R. I. & P. B. H. U P. DEPOT.
ARRIVK. LSATt
Mall 0:45 : am Express , . 7:45 : am
Eipreas 720 p m Mall . 3:40 : pin
dundaysejcepted. Sundays excepted.
0. & N. W. R. R. U. P. DEPOT.
ARRITB. LIUVB.
Mall * . 7-45 a in I Expresi . 9:45 : am
Express . 3:40 : pin Mail * . 7:20 pm
Sundays excoptcu | 'Sundays excepted
S. C. & P. R. R.-U. P. DEPOT.
Mallf . 6:00 : am I Express . 9:50 : am
Express . 00 pm | Mallf . 720pm
tSucdajB excepted.
ST. PAUL & OMAHA , NEBRASKA DIVISION
DEPOT N. 15T1I ST.
No 2 . 8:00 : ami Not . 4:50 : pm
No 4 . 12:15 : pm | No3 . 11:45 : am
Sundays excepted.
K. 0. , ST. JOE , & 0. B. R. R B. & M. DEPOT.
Mall . 8:25 : am I Express . 0:00 : am
Expr-ss . 7:20 : pm | Mall . 6:50 : pm
B. A M. R. , IN NEBRASKA.
Denver Exp . 8:15 : am . 6:35 : pm
Lincoln Exp. . . 0:35 : p m . 0:40 : a m
MISSOURIlPAClFIC U. P. DEPOT.
ARRIVE. DEPART.
Express. . . . . . ' .6:50 : am I Express . 7:75 : pm
Mall . 6:1 : pm | Mall . 8:05 : am
Tnlns leaving at 7:2-1 : p m and inlying at 6:50 :
a m lli have Pullman il epers.
Opening and , Closing of Malls.
ROUTE OPK.N CLOSE.
tt , m. p. m. a.m. p.m. .
Thlcagj & Northwestern. . . 11:00 : 0.00 6:30 : 2:40 :
Chicago , Rock Island A P. 11:00 : 0.00 6:30 : 2:40 :
Chicago , Burlington & Q..11:10 : 0.00 fi'30 2:40 :
Wabuh. ' 12:31 : 5:30 :
Sioux City & Pacific. , mill 5.00 7:20j :
Union PaclOc 4.00 11:40 :
Omaha & Hcpubllcan Val. . 2.0) 11:10 :
Burlington & Mo. In Ntb. . . 6.00 7:40 : 6:30 :
Omaha & .Northwestern. . . . B,00
Mls'ourl Piclflc 6:30 : 6:30 :
Local malls for State cl Iowa leave but once a
day , viz : 4 30 a. m.
A Lincoln mall Is also opened at 10:30 : a. m. .
Office open Sundays from 12,00 m. to 1:00 : p.
m.
THOS. F. HALL , Postmaster.
Saturday Evening Tra
The following labli shows the date and names
of roads running trains to Chicago from tbe
Ublon Pacific tranifer on Saturday evenings :
The Chicago , St. PanlMinnearxOlg and Omaha
trains learc very Siturday afternoon
The Chicago , Milwaukee and St. Paul tralna
Icaye every oaturJar afternoon *
QEL&lXFUL-OOMI'OBTnro.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of Uie natural lawi
( rhlcn govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition , and by a careful application of tot
flno properties of well-atloctod Cocoa , llr ,
Kpps has provided our breakfast tables with t
delicately flavored beverage nblch may save al
many heavy doctors' bills. It Is by the Jndlclooi
tue of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built np until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundred !
of subtle maladies are floating around ns retdj
ta attack wherever Uiere Is a weak point. Ws
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our-
wlVM well fortified with pure blood and a prop-
irly nourished frame. " Civil Service Oaxetia ,
Uade simply with boiling water 01 milk Bo'd
D tins only ( ) " > ° d Ib ) , by Grocers , labeled
JAMBS EPPS Si CO. ,
EomcBopatblo Obemlste ,
n < hittlr Londoa. ISnglacd.
onx KlitiM SBOUI soniup
President. Vlco Prej'j.
W. S. Diumia , Sac. and Iron.
THE NEBRASKA
KAHDIiOTDBlSB 00
Lincoln , Hdb
MANUFAOTURKRS OF
Corn Planters Harrows.i'Hrtn Ilollero
Hnlky Hay Batcoa , Baosot Blovatlns
Wludmlllfl , dso
Vfo arc prepared ta do Job wo > k aad rc oai > >
turlng for other partlet.
Addict ) all orJers
to the HKBBABKA MANUFACTUSINQ CO
Lincoln Neb ;
PERSONAIr-11" * * ° ' the human body
enlarged , de > eloH | l and strengthened , " eto.li
an Interesting advertisement long run In oni
paper. lu reply to inquiries newtll say that
there ao evidence c ! humbug about this On
the contrary , the advertisers arv very hlzhly In *
doned Interested persons nay get sealed dr.
culars ghing all particulars , giving all partial
Ian. by addresdni : Erie Medical Cc , , P. 0.
613 , Buffalo , N. Y. Toledo E ? "
ojll-ly
ANHEUSER-BUSI
Brewing
Association
CELEBRATED
KEG & BOTTLED BE ]
THIS EXCELLENT BEER SPEAKS"
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our Couds arc Made to the Standard of onr
Guarantee ,
GEORGE HENNING ,
Sole Agent for Omaha and the West.
Office Oomer 13th and Barney Streets.
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
mm m lAiufiGTURED TOBACUO.
AgontB for BEHWODD SAILS AND LAFL R & BAND POWDER 00
DEALERS IN
HALL'S SAFE ANO LOCK
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street ,
PERFECTION
t : ?
HEATING AMD
Is only attntnod by using
Stoves and Bangss. "
WITH
WIRE IfAUZE 071B BODES ,
For aale by
ROGERS &
MORGAN & CHAPMAN ,
WHOLESALE GROG !
2I3 Farnam St. . Omaha. N
BOLLN & BIEVER8 , I H. BOLLN& 00. .
1509 Douglas Street. | Cor. 16th and
OMAHA SEED DEP
HENRYBOILN
Hare brought . t-o this city from the firms of Lvndrcdlh & Son's , Fhlladclphla and James M. Thnrl
burn * Co. , New York , tbe largett stock of Garden tnd Field Seeds ever Imported before toiti "
city , all cf which are guaranteed to be fresh and true to the num.
Prices will also be as low as any Kesponsible Dealer can Make ,
mar 16-eod-tf HENRY BOLLN & CO.
J. A. WAEEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L DEALER
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , COOKS , BUNDS , MOLDINGS , UtV ? ,
r f&
TBTATB AOENf rOK WLWADKBE CEMENT COUP/NT
Near Union Pacific DepotOMAHA , SB 3
MANUFACTURER OP
I
s H mr 4 B SP'
Window Caps , Finials , Skylights , &c.
THIRTEENTH STREET , - . . OMAHA , NEB
OMAHA CORNICE WORKS
EUEMPING & BOLTE , Proprietors.
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofers
MANUFACTURERS OF1
Ornamental Galvanized Iron Cornices , Iron Sky IMfcs , Etc ,
- SonthJEwelfth Street , . . . OMAHA , N/SB