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THE DAIL3T BEE-SATUUDA MAT 13 , 1882.
HONHY FOR THE LADIES
All Italian bonnet braid * Are of A dee
yellow tint ,
The colored belle tronld wear
she could do so without pulling the
over her own eye * . Flcayune.
* * Some of the new spring wftlklnRco t * o
block' velvet or Rntln bftve high flarin
colUnt , closely covered with IMRO je
" "After Ml the Indelicate tcfttmony ww
'ID. " wijsn Kow Ilnvcn dispute ! ) nbemt th
Malley trial , ' nil the Iftdy spectators lef
the court room"
There Is a girl In i'lymmtth county , Mo.
who had eighteen HifTercnt lovers , nnd no
ono of them ever got his nrm around her
She weight 384 iKiunds ,
Some of tha new 1 > on etn of lace utmw
are womlctfnlly delicate nnd nlry. nnd ore
I ! etiiddod on tbe biimi with mock rnby
r > carl , opal , or Inrgojttbeads
< v The new ficelle Ince , which has nucidcnlj
l > ccoma § o popular , fs made of cream whit
or pale ve linen threads , nnd is use
to i garnish dresses tind wraps ai well
bonnets And round hats.
' A young lady In n Uostoh office la BO
particular About her personal appenranc
that she always takes a peep in the mlr
ror before answering a call at the tele1
phono. Somervlllo Journal.
, The bristling ruclio that Is uicd on. tin
bottom of drcs < sklrti consumes a great
'deil of matcrnl , eight yards of silk being
tometlraes cut up in Its wa\ed pleatlngs
the effect , however , Is yery Koodt
New Pnrit veils called toiletteo havi
'long ends that float Ilka Rails. They an
scarfs of gauze long enough to wind arount
the head and neck , and protect the com
plexicn well In breezy weather.
The severe and simple tailor-made cloth
Rail Is the moat popular walking costume
for spring weather , The novelty for those
i * the use of plaques of braid instead of the
trefoil curves for the frogs worn on the
Handsome Biarritz gloves of very fine
undressed kid. to bo worn witli full dress ,
have wide satin bands at the tops delicate
ly embroidered in tiny clusters of rosebuds
ornaintod with a monogram or crest in
gold or silver.
Nicety of finish nnd smoothness of fit
characterizes the woolen costumes special .
ly popular this spring. Over-trlrnmlnj
them is a much dreaded state ol affairs ,
and the lack of oil garniture is deemed
; 7 preferable to it.
A new hat , styled "Over the Garden
Wall , " is essentially the young ladles' hat
of the pcrioi. It has an enormous brim ,
to bo tilted over the eyes and bent up at
the back. , It is dented in on the crown ,
and trimmed round with cascades of ficelle
lace , a huge'cli'ster of unmounted crimson
xo ej , and two small nunflowers.
tVery large handkerchiefs for the should-
en , inadevof soft twilled silk , bordered
with cdelwels lace and painted on the
broad hems with tralls.of delicate flowers
tu water colors , will bo worn this summer
over the pretty dressesof flower-brocaded
muslins .and satins made with ppintcd
and full panler overdress.
It is reported that the wife of Signor La
OraBsa , a tenor singer and composer , has
eloped with a young florist who was board
ing in the family. The lady Is G8 years
old , but her young blood got the better of
hern The sunflowers and lilies of the
youthful florist'had more charms than the
pot-hooks and trills of tbe Signor , and to
ahe left the latter n Do Grass * widower.
The Moulton , Alabama , Advertiser
i says : "Eight hundred and twenty-throe
noodles and pins have been cnt out of Mist
Slokea , a very intelligent yonrg lady liv
ing ten miles west of Moulton , within tbe
past few years. ' * The fellow that is en-
gaped to that girl must often have had a
quiet weep all to himself , Making loye to
n fllnousnlon must bo terribly sharp-
pointed work. Ifrw York Commercial.
Sloping shoulders are cndurlngly un
fashionable. In days -one by their pos
session WM 9onidered indispensable to es
tablish any claim to having a good fitraro ,
.Nowadays fashionable women dress the
shoulders as , much M possible to produce -
duce the d < aired height and square
ness shirred scarfs , hlgh'pnffed Vloeves ,
nd even beaded epaulets and floral'garni *
iturw being set upon the shoulder * to pro-
da oe extra height. So it seems that even
the/standard of the beautiful is regulated
byjthe dictates of /ashion. _ r
The embroldory n kid'gloycs la very
artistic and pretty thia searonj for exam-
D'bn biown Bloves"the small leaves and
s shade gradually from coffee to pahst
yellow ; ' on dark gioon gloves the tllk grad
uates from iuTiiiulo or bottlo-grceu to the
soft hue * of the tender leayes of spring ;
black gloves are embroidered In contrast
ing' silks of various shades , all alike being
shaded from 'the darkest- the lightest
tints of the same dye ; and now that anadod
and contrasting colors are so much in
vogue , the new gloves will doubtless be an
Tinrmonlous addition tothe \ fashionable
Jetted fronts on not are 'in all sorts of
possible'nnd impossible designs , the/ latter
being achieved when flowers double their
natural size are evoked. Great brilliancy is
attained when tbe beads are simply seeded
onIn great profusion , the * result being
really bettor toan when exactness of pat
tern in flower and bud is 'followed. IJeep
fringes or laces > are the trimmings Accom
pany Ing tbeso fronts , preference being ,
however , given tu tliolaoo. Ope is rather
tired of bead fringes , and tbe lace patterns
are so many that li well to hug the delu <
slon of a novelty though' it Is only a delu
Sets of expensive buttons , with one's
initial , monogram or coat-of-anns upon
them , are again deemed proper preients.
Gold and silver are the materials choscm ,
tbe various hues of which diver i * capable
adapting it especially for this purpose.
i Buttons of amber , tortoise-shell and agate
are also displayed , but do not seem to
have os much favor accorded them as do
the prrciou * metal * . A set of silver but
tons , large and flut in aha no , are almost a
ch&udron In hue and are to bo nut on * a
dark-green Jersey jacket. The brooch to
match these Beta is a bar , formed of three
of tbe buttons , if they are large , and five
if they are small ; while rleeve links of two
of them are worn at the wrists.
"They say a woman can't keep n secret , "
remarked Mrs. Vinsbury , withia tots of
the head. "I say H'a a slander. Mrs.
Smith told me to-day that the Peudenons
liad bad an awful time. John came homo
in an awful state , and Sarah declared she
wouldn't live with him another day ) but
they are ollmade up again , and this morn
ing they were bolh AS good as pie. Mr * .
Smith thought 'twas best not to lay any
thing about it. seeing oa they'd made up ,
She told uie about it more n an hour ago ,
nd 1 haven't mentioned it tu nsoul. I
KUfSB a woman can keep a secret as well
as a men,1' K very woman In the room cried
out inwt loyally ) "Of course the can. " It
was only the men folks who relaxed their
The use of Talmageliat last evident.
He ia a lightning rod that dtverta Imjer-
soil from luj wring real religion. Spirit of
tbe Times ,
A Cincinnati Journalist rcmarka that
for men to atond In front of churches when
the ladle * are coming out Ia amall uotatoea.
Aa if there could be BO small potato
maaher. New York Herald.
Ouiteau wept when a band of revivaltita
went into hi * cell and aung for him. There
are aome reylvalUta whose alnglng would
make anybody cry. Still , Gultoau la a
dreadful uad mail , aud we think be do-
aerrea all lie Ia getting/ /
"Yoa will go to h 11 , " aaldapreachar
to oa e of til * paraablonen , "lu apite of
your wealth r.nd fine bouse on tbe hllL"
1'Well."fpU dtbeman.f'lfI do. I will
go ia tor Iwprovwnents there. " It la
hardly seowaary to jadd that thlawaaa
tomt pata of Nebraska tbe minister *
of tietomt ' 'board around" among their
after tta old fwblon of school
finding it difficult to nmtiin the steady
draftnpon their chlcke coops and smoke
hcmsen , and n wall arises. One discon
tented man writes that there are too many
preachkn to the acre , and advises consoli
dation by the settler * , and a proceas of
"fre ! nr.out ( , " whkh will result in a sur
vival of I ho fittest among p-eachen ,
A preacher In Kanaas , had been for
weeks contacting wonderful revival
"Dear brethren and sisters , " he said , one
dr.y , "this is the last meeting I Miall hold ,
It Is impossible to keep lip forever on o > rn
bread and molasses for myself , and on ear
of corn for my horse , God bless yon. "
ThoKev. Mr. Dodo's relattsthat once
when ridlne on the circuit h breakfnited
at a house where iohnnycakes were serv
ed. Observing ft feather protruding from
hl cake he remarked , "Sister your johnny
cake seems to be feathering out. " "Yea.1
res.onJed [ the lady unabashed , "I toll
John no longer ag6 than yesterday that hi
must either get a cotcr for the meal barre
or move the hen roost , "
The licv. Dr. Hartzcll , of Now Orlotni
was dlsLiisrlng the union of the northen
nnd southern branches of the Mcthodls
church with a brother clcigyman belong
ing to the latter branch , who insisted that
the Methodltt church south was the origi
nal of that denomination In America
"Well , " replied Dr. Harwell , "I belonc
to the Mcthoditt church of God , and if
you want to rail yours the Methodist
church south ol God I have no objection. '
The vriiroo Doctors.
The bo t of all the pill-box crew ,
Since over time began ,
Ar the doctor * who have most to do
With the health of n hearty man.
And so I count them up again
And praise them as I can ;
There > Dr. Diet , and Dr. Quiet , and Dr.
There's Dr. Diet , he tries my tonicuo.
"I know you well , " says he ;
"Your stomach is poor and your liver Is
Wo muit make your food agree , "
And Dr. Quiet , ho feels my wrist. '
And he gravely shakos bis head ,
"Now , now , dear sir , I must insitt
That you go at 10 to bod. "
Out Dr , Morryman for mo
Of all the pill-box crewl
For ho smiles and says , as ho fobs his fee ,
"Laugh on , whatever you do ! "
3o now I oat what I ought to cat ,
And at 101 go to bed.
And I laugh iu the face of cold or heat ;
Pur thus have the doctors saldl
And so I count them up again ,
And praise them as I can :
There's Dr. Diet , and Dr. Quiet , aud Dr.
Tencesioo has fifty-six Presbyterian
Tbe Fifth and Sixth Christian churches
f Indianapolis bavo united , and ia called
ho "Sixth Ulmrch. "
There are twenty-three vacant Congro-
atlonal churches in the stite of Connect- !
ut looking fur f good minister.
The third reunion of the Christian Com-
ilssion , the Sanitary Commission , and all
lie chaplains of the late war , will bo held
t Lake Bluff , near Chicago , 111on July
A 2.000-pound bell was recently "smug-
lei" into the tower of Plymouth church ,
banting , Mich , by a few persons , and the
oople wore delightfully surprised to be
ailed to church by its ringing the follow-
At Chicago the Gorman Diptlsta have
ecentiy organized a church for independ-
nt work. The society has been duly es-
abllshed , representatives being present
rom Cleveland , Milwaukee and other
[ tie * . The proceedings were conducted in
lie German language.
The Boston Journal eaysi "The entire
imount of 870,000 required for the exten-
Ion of the Boston Young Men's Christian
Tnlon building has been subscribed. Lit-
ie mdre than n month has passed since the
nnounioment was made that ouch an ex-
enslon wnslcontomplated and an appeal
was made for funds.1
On May 21 the grand arinnU meeting of
be religious society of Dunkurds will ba
teld at Arnold's , n small station north of
Yarsrw , Ind. Dunkords from all parts of
bo fJnltod States will be present , and It
vill probably be the largest religious as-
emblage which has over met in the state , B
In Joncsport , Maine , there is a Mormon
ocloty which own a church edifice in
partnership with the Congregatlonallsts.
'hoy are of the ( Joseph Smith sect aud
beard polygamy , acknowledging the
11 bio , but as inferior in authority to the
iook of Mormon. They are the survivals
f the famous colonv that went to Pales.
ine and were brought back by the aid of
mr government. The town has a ponula-
Ion of 1,300 , nearly one-half being Mor
Thd Presbyteries of the llnlted Prcsby-
erian ohurcn have just voted upon a pro-
jQsltion to repeal the law prohibiting the
no of musical InUrumenta in the churches ,
ind have adopted it by the closevote of
110 in the affirmative to 600 in the nega-
Ivo. This law was ono of the fundatneu-
al doctrines of the church , and was adop *
ed when it was first organized as a dfs-
Inct denomination. The struggle between
ild , traditions and commou.scnae has been
m obstinate and protracted one , but com
mon sense baa conquered at last.
Translation from Holno.
f thou dost but pass before me.
And I feel but the touch of thy dress ,
ily heart leaps , and follows in rapture
The track of thy loveliness ,
Then thou turncst about , and bondeat
Those great eyea of thine on me ,
And my heart Js so stricken with panic ,
It scarcely can follow tboe ,
A pine tree stands alone on
' A. bare bleak northern height ;
Phe ice and snow they swathe It ,
Aa it sleeps there , all in white.
Tis dreaming of n palm-tree ,
In a far.oif eastern land ,
fba mourns , alone and silent ,
On n ledge of burning sand.
Buoklin'a Arnica Salve ,
The BEST SALVE la the world for Cuts ,
Bruises. Sores , Ulcer * . Halt Rheum , Fever
fares , Tetter , Ouapped Hands , Chilblains ,
3orou , aii'l All tkln eruptions , and posi-
lively cure * niloi. It ia guaranteed to
rive ( satisfaction or money refunded ,
L'rice , 25 cents per box. For sale by
D. F. Goodman
. TteKlag of the Body 1 * the brain ; Ui
stomach IU umln lumwrtTujcuervcs it * mo * son-
fc-ors ; tbe bowels , the kidneys and the pores It *
sateiruard * . Indigestion creates violent revolt
Amour these attaches ot th rcgaloriranAnd to
> rloe them back to their duty , there li nothing-
Ikethercgulatlnir , purifying , Imljroratlnsr , cool-
renovates tbo avstoru and restore * to bcilth both
fie body and the mind.
EOJ.D BY ALL DBCdQISTa.
mlD-fia cb e t w
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I , lUUMTM * ' OaiMtfik
THE DAILY BEE
.MAHAPUDLISHINQOb , PROPRIETORS.
010 Farnham , bet 8th and 10th Gtrefltl.
TERMS Of SUBSCniPTION.
J copy 1 you , In * < iranc ( postr ld ) $10.01
1 month * " " 5.00
month " " S.OO
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
CAM raicAoo , at. PATH , uimaAroua AHI
Ccaro Omaha Pamcnger No , ! , 8:30a.m. Ac
tnmodallon No. 4 , IK ) tp.m
Airlre Otoalsa Pasronier Na. 1 , 60 : p. m.
cct rr a tdatloo No. S , 10M : > a. m.
OMAHA Asr o conn ROOND.
0 , D. * o. 7:40 : , ui. B-40 p. m.
C. i N. W.j 7 : 0 a , rn.-J.iO n. m.
C. , n. 1. A I' . , 7:40 a. m. SM& P. m.
K. 0,81. J. A 0. 3 , l vei at ( SO a. m. ond7.4S
m. Arrlrct at St. Txral * at 0:30 : at. m. and CC2
fa.W. St. L. ft P. , Ijavcs at 8 a. m. and S : 0 t > .
Arrived A fit. I/6ttli at 6:40 : . m. and 7tO
rrnr on nooinwrars.
8 , ft M In Kc. . , ThrouKh Kxpruw , 8 : 0 * n ,
n , .1 U. Lincoln BiprosB 0:20 : p. m.
U P. OvirUiiJ ExpriW , 12:161 : > . m.
0. I R. V. for llncoln , HUB a. m.
0. * R V. for OttooK , 0:40 : a. tn.
U. P frrlght NO. f , 6:30 : a. m.
0. P t rpfclil No. ( > , 8-20 a. ra.
17. P. frtLht No. 18. 2 60p. m.
U. P. freight No. 7 , 8:10 : p. m. emigrant.
, P. Dcnror cxprcis , 7S8 : p. m.
0. P. fralrtit Nn 11. 11:80 p. m.
0. P. Ueiivet freight , 8.2S p. tn.
An.RivisrROi < BAST AXD * our0.
0 B. k q 1:00 : a. m. 76 : p m.
0. ft N. W. , 9:46 a. tn. 7:26 p. m.
0. U. I. ft P. . 8:45 : a. m. 0 05 p. m.
K. O. , St. Joe A 0 R. , 7:3B : a. m. 6tp. m
Auivino rnox rat ww JJID BOtrrnwaar.
0. * It. V. from Lincoln 1.08 p. m.
0. P. Pacific Kinross 3.26 p. m.
D ' > ft II. In Nob. , Through Express till p m ,
n. * U. Lincoln Exprcio 9 46 a tn.
U. P. Denver cxpren , 7S6 a. m.
U. P. Freight No. 14 2:60 p. tn.
U. P. No. ( V 6:20 : a , tn. Kml anl
U. P. height No. H , 12:16 : p. m.
U. P. No. 0 0 CO p. m.
U. P. No. 12 1:46 : a. tn.
U , P. Denver freight , 1:10 a. m.
0. A R. T , mixed , ar. 4:46 : p. ra.
fvwcr tuwa BrrwRra oiutu in
Lear * Omaha at 8.00 , 0.00 , 10.00 anil 11:00 :
m.J 1.0 S.OO , 3.00 , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p. m.
leave Council Blufla at S:2S : , 9:26. : 10:25 : and
: SJ a. m. ; 1:25 , 2:25 , 8.25 , 4:25 : and 6:25 : p. m.
Bao-loj * The dummy leave * Omaha at 9:00 :
tnd 11:00 : a. m. ; 2:00.4:00 : : and 6:00 : p. m. Leaves
Oonncll Bluffs at 0:25 and 11:25 a. m. ; 2:86,4:25 : :
tad 6:25 : p. m. ,
Through and local passenger trains between
Omiha and Council BluBs. boato Omaha 0:15 : ,
: i6 , 8W : a. m. ; 340. 6:45 : , 0:00 : p. m. Arrive
Omaha 7:40,11:35,11:45 ft. m. ; 6:40 , 7:05 : , 7(15 ,
40 p. m _
Opening end Closing of M ll .
B3Uia. MIJI. CJX331.
K. m. p. m. a. tn. p. m.
OhlcagofcN. W 11.00 BCO : 6:30 2:40 :
Obloigo , R I. & Picino.11:00 0:00 5:20 : ! :40 :
Chicago , D. & . . . . . . .11:00 : 8:00 : 6-80 2:40 :
WabMh 12:30 : 6:30 : 2:40 :
Jlonx City and Pacific. . 9.00 6:30 : 2:40 :
DnloUiPiicino. . . . 4:00 : 11:40
Jmahi&U.Vj 4KX3 11:40 :
B , * II. In No'J 4-00 8:10 :
3mahafc Bloui City. , . . 0:00 7:30 :
B. & M. Lincoln 10:39 : 0:00
Q. V. Lincoln , Bundny. . . 1:30 1140
J. P. Denver Eip RAO 8:30
9. , Bloux City & St. P. . . 11:00 : 2:40
Local mails for Btato of Iowa lear * bnt one * a
lay , vlt : 6:30 a , in.
Office open Sunday * from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
IULL p M.
OF OMAHA NEBRASKA
( No. 2005. )
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. )
Office Of COMPIROLLKR Or 1MB CDRRCiCT , V
WA I11 > OT05. Aptll 26th 1882. )
WIIKRIAS , by satisfactory evidence prewntcd
0 the undcriigned , It lias boon made to appear
bat "TUB NKOHASKA NATIONAL BANK OF
1MAIIA , " In the city of Omaha , in the county of
Douglai , and State of Nebraska , hai compiled
with all the provisions of thollovlsci Statues of
ho United States required to bo compiled with
before an association shall be authorized to com'
monce the business of Banking ; :
Now , therefore. I , John Jay Knot , Comptroller
ot the Currency , do hereby certify that "The
Nebraska National Bank of Omaha , " tn the city
of Onuha , tn the omnty of Douglas , and state
if Nebraska. Is authorized to commence the
justness of Banking i ptovtded In Sectlen Fifty
One Hundred and Blxty-Nlneof the Revised
Statutes of tUo , United States. ' .
In testimony whereof wltnoas my
( } band and seal of office this 26th
1 SEAL. } day of April l82. .
\ J uJOnNJAY.KNOX ,
Comptroller of tha Currency.
The above Bank is now prepared to receive
luslncea It commences with a fully pa d up
capital ot $260,000.00 , with officers and directors
u follows :
, R , JOHNSON. PBESIDIHT , of Steels , Johnson -
. son & Co. . Wholesale Grocers.
A. K. TOUZALIN , VlOi'I'RraiDKNT , of 0. B. & Q.
U. R. , Boson ( ,
W. V. MORSE , of W. V , Morse and Co , , Whole-
, 'sale ' Boots and Shoes.
INO. 8. COLLINS , of O. II. A J. S. Collins ,
Wholesale Leather andS.ddlcry. ,
IAMESII. Woolworth , Counsellor and Attoruoy
LEWIS S. REKD , of Byron Rccd A Co. , Real
Estate Uoalei I
HENRY W. YATE3. Cashier. , late Cashier of ths
Flr > t National Bank of Omaha , and
connected with the active manage
ment of that Bank since Its organ
ization In 1803.
Proposals For Indian Supplies and
TaDPARTMENT OFTHK INTERIOR , Office of
JL/ Indian AOalrs , Washington. April 25.1882.
Boaled/proposals , Indorsed ' 'Propoula for
Beef , " ( bids ( or Beef must be submitted in sep
arate envelopes , ) Bacon. Flour. Clothing , or
transportation , to. , ( aj the case may be , ) and
dtiected to the Commissioner of Indian Affair * ,
Jos. 66 and 67 Wooiter street. New York , will
> received until 1 p. m. of Tuesday , May 23 ,
.832. for furnlihlrtr for the Indian Service about
100,000 pound ! Bacon , 40.000.COO pound ! Beef on
iholioof , 128,000 pounds Beans. 70,000 pounds
juuuuaruuu , owvvu l-uuuuv * 1BU JJIUAU , ( U ,
XX ) pounds Hominy , 0000 pounds Lard , 1,660
barrels mess pork. 33,000 vxiundi Rico , 11,200
pounds Tea , 05,000 pounds Tobacco 00,000
itounds Salt , 240,000 pounds Soap , 0,000 pounds
taila , 1 ,2(0,000 pounds Sugar an * 830,000 pound
Also , Blankets , . Woolen and Col ton Goods
consisting In part of Ticking , 83.000 jards ; Stan
dard Calico. SlO.OCO yards ; Drilling , X0,000)ardg
Duck , free from all iiting , 170,00u yard ; Den
m > . 17,000 yards ; Gingham , 60,000 yardi : Ken
tucky Jeans. 8,000 yiirds ; Cheviot. 6,200 yards
Urown Sbeetlng , 200,000 } ards. Bleached bhoet-
Ing. iO.OOOjirJa ; Hickory Shlrtlnp , 10,000 yards
co Shirting , 0,000 > ard < ; Wlnto3,000
SirJi ; Clothlii-f , Qrocorles , Notloni , Hardware ,
edlcal Supulles , and a long ll t of m'scel
lanoous articles , such as llarncui. Plows , Itakt ) .
Forks , dc , , and for about 476 Wagons required
Or the service In Arizona , Coloiodo , Dakota ,
daliJ , Indian To rltory. Ulnnosota , Montana ,
Nebraska , Notada and Wlicouiln , to bo deliver
ed at Chicago , Kansis City , and bloux City. Also
for such Wagons as may bo required , adapted to
the climate ol the Pacific Coast , with California
brakes , delivered at San Fnnclico.
Also , traniportatlou for such of the articles ,
coodi , and supplies that may not be contracted
lor to bo delivered at the Aiienclts.
BlUi HUHT BS MADI OUT ONUOMUMIUlr BLANK !
Schedules showing the kinds a'ld quantities of
subsistence supplloa equlrnd for each Agency.
and the kinds > nd quantities In gross , of all
ether goods and articles , together with blank
proposals and forms for contract and bond , con.
Ulttoustcbs otscncd by bidder * , time and
place of delivery , termi of contract and pay.
meat transportation routes , and all other neces
sary ( nttrucilous wlllb lurnlshcd upon appli
cation to the Indl n Office In Washington , or
Not. 65 and 67 Wooster street , Now York : Wm.
II. Lyon , No. 483 Broadway , New York ; the
Oouiinlswulcs of Bubulsteuce , U. B , A. , at
Cheyenne , Chicago , Leaveuworth , Omaha , Saint
Louis , Saint Paul. Ban FraacUoo , and Yanktoo :
the Postmaster at Blouz City , and to the Post
masters at the following named place * In Kan
sas : Arkansas City. Burlington , Caldwell ,
Dodge City. Emporla. Eureka , drcat Bend ,
Howard , Hutchison , Lariod , McPnerson , Mar
ion , Medicine Lodge , Newton , Osox * City , Se
dan , Sterling , Tojxka. Wellington.TlchlU and
Bids will be opened at the hour and day above
stated , and bidden are Invited to bo prtient at
CianriiD Cuicms ,
All bid * must be accompanied by certified
check * upon some United Slate * Depository or
A * slstaul Treasurer , for at least five per cent , of
the amount ot the proposal.
. U I'lUOE , OommlMloner.
D. S. BENTON ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
1BBACH BLOCK ,
Houralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Baotacho , Soreness of iho C/iitt ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Swell-
inqs and Sprains , Burns and
Scalds , General Bodffy
Tooth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Feet and Ears , and all other
Pains and Ache * .
Kt Preparation on earth to.ua1i ST. JAOOM Oil.
is ) a taftt\rrt , ilinplfl and cheap External
* m dy. A trial entails but the comparatively
M9InR outlay of CO Cents , and evtry ons suffer-
fM with pain can bavs cheap and pcilUil ro f
rits claims. s/
Directions In ZIiT n LangnsfM. " O
A. VOGELER & CO. ,
D. M. WELTY ,
( Successor to D. T. Mount- )
Manufacturer and Dca'cr In
Saddles , Harness , Whips ,
FANCY HORSE CLOTHING
Robes , Busters and Turf Goods
of ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Agent for J&s , R. Hill & Co. ' *
"T&9 Beat in The World. "
Orders Soljcltod. OMAHA , NEB
Murray & Lanman's
FLORIDA WATER ,
Best for TOILET. BATH
ord , of Cleveland -
land , O , , the
old , popular ,
Of the latest improved plan , has opened a
mechanical surgery Institute at 100 South
4th street , Omaha , where ha I * prepared
furnish limbs ot every description , skeleton *
and supporter ! ( or paralliM and deformed limbs ,
trusses , and shouluer brace * and supporters lor
emalii weakneis. &c. The Doctor has had 23
roan experience In wearing and adjusting ,
J. 8. OKAWFOKD.
100 South 14th St. Omaha , Neb.
[ lenius Rewarded ;
OB , '
The Story of tlio Sawing Maobino ,
A handsome little pamphlet , blue and gold
core with numerous engrarlngs , will be
o anr aunlt person calling tor it , at any branch
or lub-offlce ol The Singer Manufacturing Com
pany , or will be sent by mall , post paU , to
any perion living at a distance ( rom our offices.
Principal Office , 34 Union Square ,
NEW YOHK , .
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
Dr. K. ( HVM cnwran Trcatm nt-
A spcclflo Jor UysterU , DUxIneM , Oonvulslon * .
Nervous Headache , Uental Depression , LoanoJ
iltmorr.BMrmatorrbiBa.Irapoteney , Involuntary
Kmlwlons. Premature OJd Age , caused by overexertion -
exertion , Kit-abuse , or over-indulgence , which
sad * to rnlnery , decay and death. One box will
cura recent case * . Kah box contain * one month' *
treatment. One dollar a box , or six boxes lor
five dollars : sent by mall prepaid on receipt ot
price. We guarantee six box * * to cure any case.
With each order received by us ( or * U boxes , ac
companied with flye dollars , will lend the pur.
chaser our written guarantee to return the
money It th * treatment doea not eSecl a cure.
a t , aoodmaniDruggis * , Sol * . Wholesale and
tegul Agent , Omaha. Neb. Order * by mall at
Betaliaprlos. _ dfcwly
Dexter L , Thomu.
lira J. U. Robertson , Pittuburir. Pa. . , writes : "I
ai ruflcrlnff from general debllltr. want of ap
petite , constipation , etc. , so that fife wnx n bur *
den ; after u-lnjc Burdock Blood Bitten I felt bet
ter than for j ears. I cannot praise j our Bitters
too much. "
Il.GIbbg. of BnBslo , K , Y. , writes : "Vour
Burdock Blol Bitters , In chronic diseases of the
blood , lUcr & 1 kidneys , have bttn slnallr
marked with KUCCCSR. Ihn\o uf l them myself
with best rcmiltd , for torpidity of tliclUcr , and In
cncaot a friend of mlno suffering from dropsy ,
the effect was manclous "
Bruce Turner , Rochester , N. Y.lwrltcs'I : have
been subject to eerlous disorder of the Kldne > e ,
and unable to attend to business ; Burdock Blood
Bitters relieved mo before half a bottlonas used
I feel confident that they will entirely euro mo. "
> Ascnlth Hall , Illnghampton , N. Y. , wrltcc :
"I suffered nlth a dull pain through my eft
lung and shoulder. Lost my spirits , appetite
and color , and could with dlniculiy keep up all
day. Took jour Burdock Blood Bitters as di
rected , and hmo felt no i > atn since flnt week ot
ter using them , "
Mr. Noah Bates , Elmlra , K. Y. . writes : "Abou
four years ago I had an attack of bilious fever , ant
no or fully recovered. My dlgcitho organt
were weakened , and I would be completely pros
tratcd for days. After using two bottles of you
Burdock Blood Bitters the Improument was BO
vMblo that I was astonish * ! . I can now. though
61 years of age , do a fair and reasonable day' *
C. Blnckct Robinson , proprietor of The Canada
PrcsbyUrlan , Toronto , Ont. , writes : "For j cars
I suffered greatly from oft-recurring headache. :
used ) our Burdock Blood Bitters nlth happlos
results , and I now ttnd mi pelf In better health
than for years past. "
Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo , N. Y , writes : ' ! have
used Burdock Blood Bitters for non OU9 and bll
lous headaches , and can recommend rt to anyone
requiring a cure for bllllousncss. '
Mrs. Ira Mutlnollond , Albany , N. Y , writes
'For sot era ! years I ha\o suffered from oft recur1
ring bllllous headaches , djspepsla , and com <
ilalnts peculiar to my sex. Since using jour
Uurdock Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved. "
'rice. ' 91.00 pel Bottle ; Trial Dottles 10 Ott
FOSTEfl MILBURN & Do
, , , , Props ,
BUFFALO. N. Y.
Sold ai wholesale by Ish & McMahan and 0. F.
Goodman. te 27 cod-rue
ty aM"flfc E
'y if jmiaroinisn | 7lr joufrifc ,
J piiui ot lci <
enedtiytiie strain hr olUnpfow , . , .lw
your ilullDs vol < niKiit wurlc , to res
tlmulantsand u.i f tor * brain net-re nr5 <
Hop Dltterc , Ivute , n Hop B.
dtscictlon or dli i | > a I Hun i K you arc mar
rlcd or fllnFlo. ° or fTounj ? * suffering frcn
potrhcallli or lancuUa. El 11 ir on a bed : f < fck.
ness , rely on Hop 1 Bitter * .
Whoever yonore. " , Tbouitanas dw nr *
whenever jou * ecl J naallyfrom si > me
Hint your eyrtera 1 form ot Klanoy
needs clenran-z. ton- yUsc& ! > e chat uuRlit
Incr or itlmulatlnfr , 9 have been preventoc
i * by tlmolr usoot
talco Hop HcpQlttera
Jl/dnrv D.I. O
orufnaracow U on nbecluU
plaint , .
ottb ttomacft , bio toi
( xiirrlk. tlooa , drunlo nness.
liver at runt * I use of opium ,
You will tie tobacco , C. "
Hop Blttor *
rilr weak and . t
BPlrltcd.try NEVER Ctrcultr
iti It may Bomrrnu
. FAIL BTO CO. ,
life. It hot
aved hun Bokt. ) rKT
J > _ Jj'L"Llii"M ' ] | > s fH1 " " U.I U
Disease Is an effect , not a cause. Its origin Is
\Tlthln ; Its manifestations Mlthout. Hence , to
cure the disease the CAUSE must bo removed , and
n no other way can a cure ever I o effected.
ARNER'S SAFEK1PNPY AND
VJGR OURE I' cstabluhod on Just this
ittnclplo. It rcalTzcalhat
95 Per Cent.
falldlseasoa arlre from deranged kldnej s and
Ivor , and It strikes at one * at tha root of the
imculty. The elements of w hlch it is composed
act directly upon these great organs , both as a
OOD Bed RESTORES , and , by placing them In a
lealthy , condition , drive dUeaso and pain from
he system. >
For the Innumerable troub'cs caused by un-
.ealthy Kidneys , Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
be distressing Dlsordcrsof Woman : for Ualana.
nd physical derangimcuta generally , this great
emtdyhai no equal. Btnare of Impostors , 1m *
tatlous and concoctions said tn be Just aa good.
For Diabetes. M for-WARNER'S SAFE
or vale by all dealers.
H. "WARNER &CO. ,
me Rooboitor , N. X >
Among the medicinal means of arresting disease ,
lostctttr's Stomach Kitten ) stands pro eminent
t checks the further progress of all disorders of
tie stomach , Ihcr and toweU , ret It cs the vital
lamina , pmcnUnnJremedies chills and feter ,
ncrcaeea the activity of the kUnej , counteracts
endency to rhcuuiatUm , and Is a genuine stay
nd solaoo to aged. Infirm and ncn ous persons.
Fer sale by all druggists and dealers generally
* al to ml
PLHTIM MACHINE I
DEESS-MAfii OMPAHIOH ,
It Plait * from M6 of a n Inch to
width In the coanest felts r Ouest si kl
It doe * all kinds and style * of I ( altlng in tuo.
Ko lady that doe * her own dress-making can
aflotd to do without one aa nice plaiting Is
never out of fashion , U * eea it Mil * Itaell. Tor
lachinei , CUcuUr * or Agent's term * addicts
CONQAR & 00. ,
US AduoiBt. Chlcwo CL
W.B. MILLARD. V. U. JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Mts ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peek & Bansliers Larfl , anfl Wilber Mills Flour ,
OMAHA , - - - NEB.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL A CO.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DEALER : 'N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St..Onnaha , Np.b.
FOSTER & GRAY ,
LUMBER , GOAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet , Farnham. and Douglas Sts. ,
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 Farnham Street ,
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO , ,
AND JOBBERS IN > i
Flour , .Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
AM Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of '
OIRMS1SD. mUlACTUEED TOBACCO.
Agents for BBNWOOD KAILS AND LAFLIN & 1AND POWDER 0
HENRY LEHMANN ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
I. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
WHOLESALE MILLINERY AD NOTIONS.
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
Spring 'Goods Eeooiving Daily and Sfcook vopy nearly ! Complete
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WUOLESAtE AND RETAIL DEALEtl IN
1 saVisaiF mfummmfmumH * mmmami iJm
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMENT
WBTATC AQEHI FOB IIILWAUKEB CE1IENT OOUPANY1
Near Union Pacific Depot. . - - OMAHA >
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
IIAOHINEBT , BEG , * & * * * * & , , roraas FIPK ,
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STRANa205 F wV" > St. , Omaha - \
IROTIH : &
Wholesale Lumber ,
No , 1408 Farnham Street , Omaha , Neb ,