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    THE DAILY BEE OM.ARA TUESDAY MAKUJbi 13
STRENGTH
to vigorously push a business ,
strength to study a profession ,
strength to regulate a household ,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain , All this repre
sents what is wanted ) In the often
heard expression , " Oh ! I wish i
had the strength ! " IT you are
broken down , have not energy , or
feel as If life was hardly worth liv
ing , you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S ' IRON BIT
TERS , which Is a trua tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases ,
501 N. Fremont St. , Baltimore
1 During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell , and have suffered
' from it ever since. About four
, yearsaEoitbrouBhtonparaly-
1 ail , which kept me in bed six
months , and the best doctors
In the city said I could not
five I suffered fearfully from
indigestion , and for over two
years could not cat solid food
and for a lame portion of the
time vrasunablc to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
lirown's Iron Bitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
U. DLCKER ,
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is
a complete and sure- remedy for
Indigestion , Dyspepsia , Malaria ,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true , reliable , non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood , gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves.
TO CONTRACTORS DREDGING.
Ycur attention In cal'od to contracts to bo let
for dlt < hln . Ditch In Burt and Washington
coint'os , aliout thlitcen miles long , Inwukln ?
sections , h oujh a mtnh , width about 6 feet ,
Idon ( lopl g I to 2 feet dettn from 6 to 7 foot ,
d rt to u moved aboutB feet from brink of ditch.
Nninberof cuVovardu to be mored aliout IIS-
740. Slid It h Ii being constructs ) by said two
count'ea ' under ttatulo providing for draining
wamp I nos , approved Feb. 28,1881. Woik to
bo done In accordance with pUns and specifica
tions. For further Information apply to tbe
county clerk of el her ot tald counties , and BOO
repori of engineer and proceedings of boardi of
comml-tloncrKf tall counties and pirtcularly
that of Ftbria'V 8th. 184.1 Also tbo olllclal ad-
Tcrilsemont In the Dlalr Fllot and In liuit Coun
ty Newi ,
Bids are to bo flltd with ccr'lflod ' check and
nimoot ! untieon < r before March 21 1883 ,
at D p. m with county cleik rf i urt rounty , A.
A. Tnomcs. Dupllcitoa ( without cliecku ) with
county clerk rf Washington county. Blank
fonnt for propouls will bo luppllod by sild
clerks. By or.ier . ol
BOARDS OF SAID COUNTIES.
fab 19-oow m& o 3t
BRIDGE PROP03iL3 ,
Sealed pr'poeali will bo received by the Board
ot County Commlnloneri of dago county. Mob. ,
lor the trectlon of a brldgo across the Big Blue
river upon i Itbor one of th wagon roods leading
east from the town of Wymor , dago county ,
Nob. , nnd ver and rcrosn said river , tiald bridge
to bo nno hundred and fifty ( ISO ) feet long , and
to havu cither pilco , stone , or Iron p'cr *
Alee for the erection of a bridge , suitable to the
pla'-e , across Indian Creek , on the line botwion
aoctloni twenty -nltfe (29) ( ) > nd ihlrty (30) ( ) , about
one mile sou hwest of W > moro , Oogn county ,
Mob. Low bridge at th's place preferred.
Also a bridge ncroes Turkey Crcvk , southeast
of DoWltt. Nib. , to replace the old ono now In
uso.
uso.All br'dica to br of wood , Iron or combination
All b'ds to hi accompanied by plant and spocl-
ftcittons.to be sealed and filed with the Connty
lerk on or before 12 o'clock noon , March 20th ,
The Commissioners r.rervo the right to reject
y and all tldi. Successful bidden will bo re-
ulred to gho bond for the faithful performance
of thilr contract
By orde f the Ccunty OommUsionen.
, < - - , A. J. PE1 nOUD ,
1 Beatrice Fob. 72 1B83.
BALL'S '
CORSETS
Every Corset Is warranted atU-
factory to Its wcaror In ererr war ,
or the money will bo refunded by
the person from whom tt was bought ,
.neoaljrOorut pronounced bj onr Itadlnj ph7 > ldu
Mt liO > rlou > to the weamr , andendonwd TIT Iwllra
h * " moit vomtortoble and perfect fltUnjj Oon t vi
PRICES , bj Mll.Po4Uaer ia I
nc , 1.60. Htlf-AdJuitlni , tl.B
oiU ( extra beavr ) B.OO. Kur tn , l.tS
Vnttnlam ( flue roatll ) 8.00. l r
Bklrt-HapparUna- .
Wtr ! by I 4ln IlcUU Ilcaler * v r7wher <
(1UIOAGO COIlSIiX CO , , CbtCBKO , HI.
l/n. HENUf-HSQN , A llt midlttni rttmar fraaua Qlir ,
600 A 008 Wjandott * St. , yiarf fracttct lZ i
KANSAS C1TV , MO. Chicago.
Antliorircd by thu Hlalc to trci
Chronic , Nervous and 1'innta 1)1
. caccs , Actbinn , Kpllcimy. Klicuin
Ktlmn , Pllc , T i)0-\\orm , Urinary ai
ijBkln lJeafefHrMiNAi , WKAKNI
lniht ( laitt ) , BEXUAI , UECILII
rliiu * / ttxuat firwtr ) , Jtc. Cur
or money TLfuiidcil. Uharui | lo1
Tuoueands of raHUS cured NolujurUnm mecllilu
used. Mo detention from liuMnoHB , All mullein
fornUhcd o\i'U to patlvntHatadlftance. COUM
talloiifree'aud coiiflUentliil call orwrllo. Agnai
cxpcrleucu are loiportaut. A HOOK fur bo
Boxes Illustrated uud circulars of oilier lliln
eent unnled lor IHQ 8c tami > . free Muttur ,
Seuil 81 , 82 , 83 , o
85 for a namplu r
tall box by Expre *
CANDY of the best candleM 'i
America , pat up 1
elecaut boxen. Mn
strictly pure. Snlti
ble for prettodir. Ka
> ren cliarEra iljtln
Kcfera to all Cblcs
sT . Try It
CANDY
C. F. GUNTHEB
PULPIT POINTS.
Sunday Services at the Y , M ,
U. A , Booms.
An Interesting Discourse by
Rev. W. J. Hareha.
Sunday afternoon the gospel
mooting at the Y. M. 0. A. was well
attended and all present loomed to bo
very much Interested in the nervlco
After tinging a fo * selections from
the Gospel Hymns , Mr. Merrill , who
was at ono tlmo secretary for the Y.
M. 0. A. , of St. Louis , took charge
of the mooting , and spoke from John
111:3 : , "Except a man bo born again ho
cannot BOO the Kingdom of God. " In
this verso wo may make the following
pilnta : 1. The necessity of a now
birth. 2. How can a man be born
again. 3. The ovldonoea of a now
birth.
Some may think that God U ao un
just that ho wonld east any ono into
outer darkness when there la woeplng
and gnashing of tooth , although ho
has BO many times and plainly stated
it in His Word. Love , mercy and
goodness they think are linked with
man's privilege of freedom , notwith
standing the weight of the dishonor
which ii thereby brought npon God.
Bat this is as unstable as the decep
tive quicksands , and there is antoas. .
slty tor a now birth a now life in
Christ as it is necessary to bo guided
by the laws of a free country. Then
are wo free men in Christ , and no ono
can gain heaven without this freedom.
While the faculties of the mind
must bo employed in searching after
Christ , it la not a change of mind
simply that binds a soul to heaven for
eternity , but there is a now heart , anew
now life , new affections , and all who
stop short of this fall in their attempt
after eternal life.
2. How can a man be born again ]
It is something that ho cannot do him.
self , per so , and he cannot toll how It
Is done. 'The wind bloweth where it
llsteth and thou hearest the sound
thereof , but canst not tell whence it
oometh or whither it gooth ; so is everyone
ono that is born ef the spirit. " .As the
powerful cyclone , In its path , causes
destruction to the wormnannhlp of
man , an the spiritual cyclone causes
destruction to the natural dispositions
of the heart. And when it is past wo
; nilty ask ourselves , What is It ?
Whore did it como from ? Whoio is It
going ? How la this now life attained
by man ? Pray to God dally and earn
estly until you got it , and if yon are
truly in'oarneat you/will trnly obtain it.
3. Two friends in St. Louis , on ac
count of the power of splritons liquor
by which they wore degrading them
selves , took oaths before a jnstioo of
the peace that they wonld bo temperate
ate- men , but as many times as they
did this they had reason to bo nshamed
of their Inability to resist temptation ;
and thus it continued until they ex
perienced the power of the holy spirit ,
who waa their power and joy , and
heroin lloa the vast difference between
skeptics and true Christians. The
shrlitlan tells of this change and the
skeptlo Bay * , "I do not believe It. "
It is not a baptiimft ! regeneration but
a baptism by the holy spirit. It is
not works of righteousness ; all the
works that man can do cannot save
himself , much less can there bo works
of auporogatlon for the benefit of
others. Bat the true evidence Is a
change of heart. Accept Christ as he
directs in his word and you will be
saved , reject htm and you are lost ,
are the main points for any unbeliever
to consider.
Dr. Cardoll spoke of the practical
mportanco of a spiritual' birth , of
which Christ spoke when ho was on
arth. It la trnly a doctrine , a dogma ,
u nmntoiosilog statement , unfathom
able to the minds of thlnkert ; never-
bolois eternity depends upon it.
General Howard Bald : There might
> o some here who realize their cjndl-
Jon , and ask themselves , "Am I a
Jhrlstlan ? " ' There may bo a dlscon-
ent which has followed them and will
ollow them until they find Christ.
Jomo may have a discontent and do-
slro wealth , but wealth will not ap-
> ease them , Some may have a desiree
o travel , but travel will not give
them rest and comfort. And nothing
on still the conscience but God. A
man aaid , "There was no sin ; " but I
said commit a robbery or murder and
go home , and as the officers search
'or you and find you and lead yon on
ronr way to the jtll , so that you may
'ace civil law , you will begin to realize
therolasin.
To the sinner there la no Sabbath ;
ti a burden , it is cast as far as posai-
ilo out of the way , and the thoughts
are filled with the wotk and oooupa *
ion of the other six days of the week ;
rad as wo hear the wind among the
loaves of the trees It reminds us ol
the great power which only can con
vert the sinner. But the reason why
many are not saved , they do not un
derstand what salvation is. Let then
give attention to this important parl
af life's duties , and the obstacles will
be removed.
Rev. Wm. McCandllsh spoke of the
work being a work of God , because
man accomplished it not by his OWE
power , but obtained it by prayer.
Mr. Marshall , of the dovotlona
committee , gnvo much enccuragemon
to those who wrro interested In thi
work at the jill , and asked those wtu
doelred to witness the work of thi
Holy Spirit to attend the meeting
hold among the class of people wh <
were not reached by the churches ,
Rev. McOandllah dlsmletod thi
meeting by benediction.
Various estimates of Christ.
ttev. "W. J. liartha preached Sun
day iroin Matthews 10-13 , "Whom d
men say that I , the ton of man , am ?
The answers to this question , whlcl
Christ put to his disciples , were man ;
oveu while Ho lived , A still greato
variety of estimates Is now put upo :
the character and work of the Savlon
of mankind. Then men said He wa
John the Baptist rlaenjrom the deader
or Elijah who had descended to th
world again , or Jeremiah the weepln
prophet ; but now men My He WM th
impersonal Undue/ hU age or th
lutn of the hopes of hnmaulty or n
great but utinspirect teacher.
It Isvery Important' for us to put
the lijht ustlmato upon Christ and
Ills wtrrk. Lot us look Into the mat-
tut to-night as a lawyer wonld ozamlno
evidence or our antiquary wolgh his
torical probability. At some tlmo or
other wo are all n quired to nass judgment
mont upon Christ just as Filate did.
Lot na oxamlno our minds and hearts
to see beforehand what that judgment
trill bo. Ona of you may say :
I. I WILL DENY Hlfl EXIHTENCE.
You hold the opinion that Christ
was a more myth , I do not suppose
there is a single person hero who
would lake suoti an unreasonable poll
tlon , but it la barely possible. At
Itait It may not bo known to yon that
wo have the fallout and most reliable
testimony as to Christ's real life on
thu earth. Writers of every century
from the tlmo of Christ have testified
to hli existence , goodness and wonder
ful wlsdum. I need but refer to
Tacitus , Saotonlns and Laclanlas , to
Porphyry and Catena , to Josophns , the
Jewish Mlschna , and the celebrated
letter from Pliny to Trajan. Wo
leave also the testimony of tbe Chris
tian fathers of the first two centuries
and the records of the monuments in
the Roman catacomb , In Africa and
in Pampell. The writings of men who
sow the apostles are preserved to us ,
the oldest of the Sibylline books adds
Its testimony and even a modal of
Rome Is in existence bearing the
Saviors' profile. Here are friends and
foes , Greeks and barbarians , sacred
and profane historians , bearing the
same testimony as to the real life ,
wondrous teachings and perfect mor
ality of the carpenters son , of Nazar
eth.
eth.Somo
Some ono else may say :
I. I WILL DJKY HIS DIVINITY
Ah , but you will find yonsolf In ser
ious difficulty. A man sins , but
Jesus is sinless. A man Is passionate ,
unmerciful , unloving but Jesus was
meek , holy. Opposition could not
tempt him to hatred , neither conld the
balf hearted service and cruel deser
tion of hla disciples Induce htm to cue
lovority of speech. Ho waa too good
to bo an impostor. But yon say the
records of the Now Testament may
iavo been tampered with. Perhaps
Jurist did not claim to bo dlvlno.
An argument fully decisive on ona
ilde of the case is this : The Jews put
DhrUt to death simply because He
claimed to bo equal with God , whlcb ,
in tholr criminal code , was blasphemy
ind worthy-of death. Bat some ono
3lso says :
III I WILL LET HIM ENTIRELY ALONE.
Ahl but wo cannot do that. If wo
illijht him , wo rfjoot him. If wo
wash our hands as Pilate did , wo bat
jlvo him into the hands of his ono-
rales. Be not deceived on this point ,
[ i wo neglect to take up our Christmas
} lft , wo virtually spurn it and. cannot
jnjoy it. Neglecting Christ Is con-
lemnatlon , "How shall wo escape , "
3od says , "If wo neglect BO great sal
tation ! "
Some will Bay :
IV I WILL SAVE MYSELF.
But this la virtually a denial of
Dhrlst also. The Word of God says
ire are to bo saved by accepting of the
atonement prepared by the Savior and
by living the lifo that He commanded.
If wo say we can save ourselves with
out any aid from Him , wo-are making
God a Hit and throwing disdain upon
His Son , Others say : , ,
v i WILL POSTPONE DECISION.
Ahl but yon may die. The young ,
the middle aged , as well as the old ,
die. And your death may como sud
denly. Who have died in Omaha this
winter ? Have-not the young , the
hopeful , the confident ? The present
Is the only tlmo yon are sura of. Oh ,
I hope some of you will say :
VI I WILL ACCEPT OP CHRIST AS A
SUBSTITUTE.
Men have stood in the plaoo of oth
ers In battle. And these men have
died for those whom they represented.
So it was with Christ. Ho took our
sins npon himself. Wo must have
dlod If He did not. All Ho wants of
us is t& accept of the substitute and
to show our acceptance by a noble
Christian life. No matter what your
sins are you may be saved In Christ if
you repent , believe and lovo.
* Women are rapidly finding places
in the learned professions and the
moro lucrative occupations from which
the ? were formally excluded. Many
are graduating in medicine. Mrs.
Lydla K. Pinkham , of Lynn , Mass. ,
la a minister of health to thousands
who may never touch the hem of her
garment or behold the genial light of
her modest countenance.
A Card.
To the Editor olTlta DM. .
In last week's issue of a certain
weekly paper a most venomous and
scurrilous attack is made npon Mr. C.
J. Smyth's Impersonation of the char
acter of Robert Emmet at the late
Emmet anniversary. That Mr.
Smyth's effort was not worthy of a
Booth or a Keene no ono will dis
pute , bat that it was worthy of an
amateur , and an able ono , the applause
of a discriminating audience of ovei
one thousand people that greeted the
completion of oaoh paragraph of the
famous speech testifies , as does the
opinion of some of the boat and ablest
ralndsj In the city , who have proven
their appreciation of his admlrablt
effort by words of the highest praise.
That hla rendition cf the speech sur
passed beyond comparison any prev
ious ono given In thin city every
unprejudiced mind will roadll ;
admit. Wo do not , however
wrlto to vindicate Mr. Smyth's elocu
tlonary effort from n bitter oncmy'i
ebullitions which can do the youtij
poutloraan no hurt , but to expose t <
the public the contemptible moans t <
which this vindictive creature has hac
recourse to work out a personal splti
against ono of the moat deserving
young men in our midst. This Indl
vidiul sought permission from Tin
BKB and Republican to make their re
ports oi the 'celebration on Monda ;
evening. Theao papers , not suspect
Ing hit purpose , accepted his services
The reports wore made out , and al
though Mr. Smyth introduced in i
neat speech the chairman of the even
lug , who WM chairman of the commit
ta that got up the entertainment ant
took an important i > od creditable par
n the evening1 * programme , yet his
natuo was not mentioned once in the
erg thy reports. Thin flagrant Injat-
lice , when it came to the notice ot the
city editors of the papers mentioned ,
was righted in their next lssaoevi far
as It was in the power cf gentlemen to
right a wrong done without tholr
inowledge , but for which , according
to newspaper etiquette , they were ro
sponnlble. His authorship of these
reports wonld never have boon known
iad ho not boasted to his friends of
tiaving written them. Wo ask yon tote
to publish this in justice to Mr.
3mythe * , to whoso Indefatigable efforts
must bo attributed the grand success
of our entertainment. Ho la a young
man whom we are prend to acknowl
edge as a member of our organization ,
whoso gonlas and perseverance has
raised him to a position among our
people ; qualities which will continue
; o lift him onward and upwards , not
withstanding the vile attacks of such
contemptible shoots as the weekly ro-
erred to.
MEMBERS OK TUB E M. A.
Money for the Unmarried-
Ono of the most solid and snbsti itial
DBtltuUoDs in thla country i the Car
riage Fund and Mutual Trust Association ,
of Cedar Rapids , Iowa. They are organ-
zed under the laws of Iowa , and heir of
ficers and directors are among the leading
ind most tm minent business men o Cedar
laulds. Every unmarried person should
lave a certificate In this association.
It Is a splendid investment , as sate as
[ overnmout bond. You can juntas well
lave a Rood sum of money to commence
married life on as not. A large number of
members have been paid off , receiving over
KK ) per cent on their investment. Write
or circulars fully detailing the plan , which
a tbe finest known. Do not postpone it.
Good agents wanted. Mention whore you
aw this notice. f5-Sm ,
LI 3T OF LETTERS
Remaining in Poatoffice during the week
nding March 10 , 1883.
LADIES' LIST.
Akin Mrs E L Audrlt Mrs K
Anschutz Mrs K 2 BjjmMraK
Jarey M Cramer MIra J
) enlaton Mlsa M Dohn Mrs
Cckstrom Mrs F Enrllch Mra E
Jrai.0 Miss K Olanty Ml.s A 2
Jilkey Mits L Higglns JlraEM
lowe L M Hughey llisa
ackeon Mm M Keadill Bin C
KlngMIasE Latson Miss J
j gerquet Miss W Lokstrom Miss A
Mllloy Miss K Mack Mn J A
Miller Mrs 8 A McDomld Mrs M
ilasoa Mss O Olsson M
lash J A Rogers Mra N
leaves Mra D Smith Milt M A
Smith M Smith Mra L
panldlnff M Stewart Mra M
iperryiMisa J Scblenck Mra C
'ea ue Mrs R Wilkinson Mra M
Vnite M E . Wood Mrs A
FOUIITH CLASH MATTER ,
Dodd W W 2 LItcuT
Jarbon J H Blumenthal D
Ojans G Q Prlca & Lawrence
rlartin Rev S A Frost L
) naptnan Mies L Cirmack J F
Tandersl ce R M Blot P
rlegram W P Riflel M
Pearl J F Hall A. A
barker Russell R
Blinn B Shields J J
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They give now lifo and vigor to the
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Stimulant , Hop Bitters are invaluable ,
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No nutter what your feelings pi
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mant is , use Hop Bitters. Don' * wait
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dreds have been saved by so doing.
$50 will be paid for a case they will
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Do not sufferer let your friends suf
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Bitten.
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vile ,
drugged , drunken nostrum , but thi
Purest and Best Medicine ever made
the "Invalid's Friend and Hope , " ant
no person or family should bo without
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No matter what ycur ailment Is
Brown's Iron Bitten will lately ben
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PropoiaU for Military Supplies ,
rHTTI , )
Chief ( J urtermMter'i Office , >
Oman * , Neb. , Mar.h 7th , 1:83. 1 )
flKALED f&Ofi SAL * , In til ictr , inb/ec
: > ti e nmil fiiulln n * . will be tece'.r d a * thli
offic nntli)2o'cl c M.on Wedn.mlny , April
18 ISW , orntho > m' hoar ( lowing ffr the
ulUereoco Itlme , ) t llio ofces of thoQuk t r-
niMiun At hitol'owlninttiiliU loni.&t which
pUcei a d line they will b > t opened ID the prn-
occoof bidders fer the furnls Irg acdde'hery
of MliiUty Hunnliei dii'ln ? tt e y < ar comment-
lag July let , IBS ) , a d ending Jutie 30th , 1864 ,
M MluB. Wood , Hay and Ch ro l , or such of
tld rupl M may bo required at Omit a
Dero , Fort Om h , tort Nlrb r , Kor Sidney ,
Chey.nne Depot , Fort Unwell , FortS eele , Fort
r > ouxU , Fort Koblnion , Fort lit dter , Fori L r-
unle , Fort McKlnney , Fort Wh kle , and Fort
Th.rnburgh of BOO tontot Co&l of 2240 pound * to
the ton
1 ropo'ftli nil' ' alsi be rtolvtd at lbl > r ( Ike up
; o the dty td hour bo\o named , ( or the ddh
oiy on the cars t the p Int neare I to the nines
on the line of the Union IVIflc Railway , of eight
, houi nd t ni of Coal , of of | 2MO pounds to the
to . Alsi for delivery at the Oman Venot , or
at B atlons on thu milntllne ot the Union raclflc
Hallway east f om Kenrncy Junction , of two m I-
Ion piundsCoro , nd onm lllon poiBdiOatu
i- lie f ; r jr In should ttito the rate per 100 lb > ,
not per bushel.
Piopoials lor either class of the star it men
tioned , or for quantities less than the who e required -
quired will bo received. Each proposal should
be In triplicate , oeparati for each a.tlcleat each
siat'on , and muitbo accompanied by a bond In
ibetamof Q\ahundr > d dollars ( $5 0) ) tx'culcd
s rlclly In accorJaoc * wUh Iho printed lastruc-
, lon , and upon the blank form furtlihed und r
M adertti emdnt , guaranteeing that the party
making the propuRat shall no. withdraw the
aoie within ilxty days from the date .nnounced
'oropenlcg ' them ; and ih&tlfiaU propctalli ac
cepted and a contract for the suppllet bid for ,
awarded thereunder , h > will , wltbln ten days af
ter being notified of theauird ( provided inch
notlQca\lon > o mide nlttdn thetlxty data above
montlonod ) , nc'opttho eime and furnish g cd
and eafFcleat sureties , at once , for the fal hful
lerfonna c ( f the confvrt The go\ernmeat
caerrcs the rl > ht torrject an ) or ill proposal ! .
A preference will be guen to artlchs of domoa-
Ic production.
Blank ( irrpiula and printed circulars , slating
he kltd ana estimated quantlt'ei ' of wood , bay
and charcoal required at each station , and elv-
ng full Instructions as ti the ma iner ( .1 bid-
din , ccmdl Ions tbe ( bsTved by bidders , and
to mi of contract , etc. , will bx fu nlrhed on p-
p'lcaMon ' to thU office or to the Quartcrmaitors
at the \ arloui i talons named
Envelope's cnnU'nltg propoais eho-ld be
mo-kod : "ProproKls for - at - "
and uddro sed 1 1 thnurders gnod or to the res-
> ectlvo Cost and Doiot Quartermaster ) .
JOIIS V. KUREY , Captain. A. Q. M. , U. S.
A. , In charge of O. Q. M.'n office , Dipt , of the
1 latto
m9-me Ct
SHORT LINE
-OF THE
Milwaukee & St , Paul
RAILWAY
Is now running Its FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
from
OMAHA AND COUNCIL 'BLUFFS '
WITH
Pullman's Magnificent Sleepers
-AND THE
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
TO
CHXOACtO * MILWAUKEE.
Or to any point beyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
To
ST. FATOi OR MINNEAPOLIS
Take th * BEST ROUTE , th *
OMoagOi Milwauk88&St P < ttrf&
Ticket office located at corner Farnom and
Fourteenth streets and at D. P. Depot and at
MUlard Hotel , Omaha.
tfBee Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Arent.
O. H. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
S. 8. MERRILL , A. V. H. CARPENTER ,
General Manager. General Pass. Agent
J. T. CLARK , - GEO. U. HEAFFORD ,
General Snp't. Ass't Gen Dtss. Agent
Nebraska'Loan ft Trust Company
HASTINGS , NEB.
Capital Stock , - - $100,000-
JAS.B. HEARTWELIi , President.
A. L. CLARKE , Vlce-Prmldont.
E. a WhpSTEK , Treasurer
DIRECTORS.
Samuel Alexander Oswald Oliver ,
A. L. Clarke , E. 0. Webster
dec. n Pratt , Jaa. B. Ueartwell ,
D. M.McEllllnney.
First Mortgage Loans a Specialty
This Company furnlthcs a permanent , homt
Institution where School Boil land other legally
Issued Municipal Bocurltlo 10 I Nebraska can be
be negotiated on the ml i' ' avorable terms
Loans made on Improved I. u | n all well settled
counties ol the state , thro i tk iMponslble local
correspondent * .
Are acknowledged to be the
best by all who have put them
to a practical test.
ADAPTED TO
HARD & SOFT COAL
tCOEE OE WOOD.1
MANUFACTURED BY
Buck'sStpveCo. ,
SAINT LOUIS.
PIEKCY & 'BEIUIFORD ' ,
SOLS AGENTS FOR OMAHA.
Complaining and growling will novei
euro rhoutnatlaui , but St. Jacobs Oil
certainly will.
PERSON AI. "Puts ol the human bed ;
aiUrjfuJ , developed and strengthened , " etc. , u
an Interesting adrert BOtneot long run In oui
rarer. In reply to mqu rles we will say thai
there Is no evidence ( i humbugabsul thi * Oi
Uie contrary , the adverUn or * very highly In
doned Interesiedpenonsrray get staled cir
enlan giving all particulars , giving all partlcn
Un. by addreuin Krlt Madlcal Co. , P. O. Bo ]
618 , Buffalo , N. T. Toledo KTeolaff Beg | _
oli-ly
o.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate Glass.
MTAnjroot contemplating building rtore.Unk. or any other fiai . will flnd It to the
ntog * to eorrti end with ni before purchasing their PUto Glow.
O. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA HEB.
_
STEELE , JJHNSON & 00. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and1
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brando of
OIGMS AN ) lAMFiOTUEED TOBAClJO. .
igents for BEHWOOD NAILS AND LALIN & RAND POWDER CO.
-DEALERS IN-
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK 00.
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street ,
PERFECTION
BAKIMG
la only nttnlnod by using
CHARTER OAK
Stoves and Bangss.
WITH
WIRE BAUSE OVER DOORS ,
For ealo by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
MANUFACTURER OF
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES , 1
Window Caps , Finiala , Skylights , &c. ' :
416 THIBTEBNTH STREET , - - OMAHA , NEB.
WILLIAM SNYDER ,
MANDFAOTORKBOFI
CARRIAGES , BUGGIES ,
a.xtn > IC.O % JE > < ccr.A.a-oBj' .
Firs-Class 'Paining ' and Trimming , Repairing Promptly Done
1310 HarnaWOor. 14tb ,
A. M. CLARK ,
Painter&PaperHangep
8IQN WRITER &DEOHRATOL
. WHOLESALE & RETAIL
WALL PAPER I
Window Shadesaiid Curtains ,
OORNIOES CURTAIN POLES AND
FIXTURES.
Paints , Oils & Brashes.
U 1 South Utk Street
NEBRASKA
imm
RSANoMUSIC DEALERS.
0M A HA , NEB ,
The Oldest Wholesale and
Retail JEWELRY HOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can here
find all novelties in SIL
VER WARE. CLOCKS ,
Rich and Stylish Jewelry ,
the Latest , Most Artistic ,
and Choicest Selections in
PRECIOUS STOHE3 and
all. descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as Low Prices -
cos as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
Streets.
THE LEADING
MUSIC HOUSE
IN TOE WEST I
General Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos and
Organs manufactured * .
Our prices are as Low as
any MeiternManufaoturer
and Dealer ,
Pianos and O'gaus sold
for cash or installment ; at
Bottom Prices.
A SPLENDID stock of
Steinwiy. ChickenBg ,
Knabe , VOEO & Son's Pi
anos , and other makes.
Also Ciough & War' en
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c , Do
not fail to see us before
purchasing.
MAX MEYER & BRO. ,
MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES. Wi
A Large Stock always on Hand.
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