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TH3 DALLf BEE-OMAHA Wi DNESDAY MARCH 14
A. romMitndon of J'n >
ioftile oflmii , JVrnrlnn
Jla r It a n tl JVio jiortu <
ft jKiMfuMo form. For
Deblttty. Xotj of A ) > pe-
bio.BE V. J. I * . TOWNEB ,
> TI HI. . Bays !
I have boon "I consider It
w < Vpnefltod by Its a most excellent remedy tot
Mlnlstors and Pub- . tbo debilitated vital forces.
a Tonlo is neooa.
* , "commend it
rarrmi > B ? IM DR. BARTER MEDICINE co , , sis nr. KAUT nr. , cr. tonio.
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WnOLKSALE AND UCTAIL DEALKB IK
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , HOW , BUHG3 < lOLOI OS , LI E ,
AQENf ffOn UILWADKKK Cr.M3.VT COHPANT )
Hear T/aion Pacific Dotot - OMAHA HP
! I8 FARNAM ST. OMAHA
Single Brooch Loatling Shot Bans , from 85 to $18 , '
Donble BrBBclisLoafling Shot Gnns , from 818 to $75 ,
Mnzzlo Loading Snot Guns , From 88 to S25,1
Ftshins Tackei , Base Balls and all kinds of Fancy Qoods ,
Full Stock of Show Oases Always on hand ,
Imported and Key West Cigars a large line oi
Meerschaum and Wood Pipes and everything re
quired in a first class Cigar , Tobacco and. Notion
Store , Cigars from $15 per 1,000 npwards Send
for Price List and Samples
HAS THE BEST STOCK IN OMAHA AND MAKES THg LOWEST mm
Have now been finished in our store , mat
ing it the largest and most complete
In the West. An additional story has beer
built and the five floors all connected
: with two
One Exclusively for the use of Passengers. . * These immense war&
roomsthree stores , are 66 ieet wide are filled with the Grand
est display of all kinds of Household and Office Furniture eve :
shownAll are invited to call , take the Elevator on the first flee :
and go through the building and inspect the stock *
GHAS. SHIV6RICK ,
1206 , 1208 and 1210 Farnam Street , Om ha
DIRECTORY OF LEADIRG WESTERN HOTEL
ARLINQTOH. j. a. MciNTins , Lincoln , Neb ,
WEATHERLY HOUSE , A. G.JWEATHERLY , Matirlna low * , ]
REYNOLDS HOU8E , O. C. REYNOLDS , Coon Kapldt , ow jj
OARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. BTELLINIU3 Mllford , Nob.
MAROH HOUSE , E. MAN8 , BROWNSVILLE N * >
COMMERCIAL HOTEL' JOHN HANNAN Stronnburg K
HALL HOUQC , A.'W.jHALL Loultvlllo j
CITY HOTEL. OHCNEY &J3LARK , Dltlr , N9 . ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J. G.2MEAD , ) Nell h , Neb ,
GRAND CENTRAL E.J8EYMOUR ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L , THORP , WeoplncWatw.N
COMMERCIAL HOUGH' A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
4 GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , N S > '
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnda , low *
ENO'S HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eromont , Neb1
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HAOKNEY , Athland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , | Atklnton'Nat >
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. GRUBB , Guide nocd.JN ,
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BEOKER ] IDreiton , I * . )
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO.CALPH.ES Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , ) O.M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. ( WALKEP , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Neola , lal
CITY HOTEL , 01 A. LLIAM8 , Harlan la ,
J PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. C. OUMMIN03 , Oornlne , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JL. AVERY , BUnton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL Q.IW , BURK. Burlington Jun tloi I
COMMERCIAL HOTEl , Blanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Ohenandoah la,1
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Darld Olty , Nab ZL
OAGNELL HOUSE , CHAS. UAQNCLL , College Spring * , Ij
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vlllltca , Ic.
JUDKID8 HOUSE , FRANK V/ILKINOOM , Mtlvern , la ,
BALL HOUQC , H. H , PERRY , Ida Qrove.Jla
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F.GTCARNS , Odcbolt , la
WOOD3 HOUSE , JOHN COKERT , Otccola , Neb.
DOUOLA3 HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , OUrki , Nob.
BEDFORD HOUOr J. T. GREEN. Oodford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. CLACK a EON , t/frj vllle Mo
NORFOLK ilUNOTIOIIHOJBE A , T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction HaS
WWU'-OW ' HOUSE O. McOAHTY , Geward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSC M. U. JONE8. Aurotr Neb ,
CROZIER HOUOC O. R. ORO/'tR. Cldney , Neb ,
AVOOA EATING HOU3 ? D W HOCKrIOLD , Avoca I * .
CENTRAL HOUBE LOCKWOOD ft 8HATTUOK , Red Oik
FOSTER HOUSE Capt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewli , la.
WHITNEY HOUCE1 E. HAYMAKER , jJjQrliwold , la.
DEPOT HOTEL , O. L. CHAPMAN , I.Dunlap , la *
LU8K HOUSE. J A. LU8K , Logan , la. Z3
DOW CITY HOUSE , W. H. MORTON , IDoClta.ia
AGGER HOUSE , B JAQGRR& 80N , Denlton , la , ' '
HAJtMON UOtlBK , " 1. TAMA OITY , IA , , Hftrmon & Kealen , TropT
Important Obanuob In the L\w The
Thu bill which wilt most Intercut
the people licit to the tax and tsrlfl
bill it ttio postal note bill. T < m bill
nuihorir.8 the IBIUO of a postal notu
which will bu n very near approach , for
mnny purposoH , to fractional paper
currency , tiinou the repeal of the
f raoti jnal pipe r carrunoy not there has
boon a gouoral demand that oongrcea
nhoald provide aomu mean ) for nuking
remittances of ainall gums through the
malls , which ahull bo chonptr
and timpler than the preaaut
money order and advlou.
The purpoao of the postal-note
bill , whloli hivj pissed , Is to alfotd the
grinteat practical Haloty for muklup
small romlttnticcs at the least possible
cxpcnsp. It in bollovcd that the law
iuat passed will meat this urgant pub
lie want nnd simplify to n grent extent
tnu oporationa uf the money order
system. It was the purpoao of the
framora of the bill to follow as closely
as po3 > iblo the oxietlu ; ' Uritith py <
torn , and there the itBUai'C3 of those
postal notes tins boon confined to thn
money order eervico. Thorn nro now
in the United S'ateo sjmo ( i COO pea
tal tnoilay order clliocs and -tO.OOC
pCBtotlioEB. The postal notes nto H
bo cngravod on ateel In n style ol
art equal to the greenback or the na
tional bttik notes , and us compared
with the printed money order will be
very expensive. This cnro la neccs <
sary to protect the purchaser. Tht
expense of sapplylRgall the posttllioon
in the United States with a complete
stock of these notes ia ono of the
reasons why the system is limited tc
the money order c flues. The Isano ol
thi ao p ( Btal notes at so email a feei / -
considered at best an experiment ,
More than one-half of the orden
Issued now by the money order department
partment at the present higt
fees are for amounts leas that
$10 , The three cent fee li
about the aamo as is chargec
in England , where the notes nro en
graved for specific amounts. The DOT
law will bo of great benefit to thoai
who are remote from banks and wh <
desire some safe and cheap way o
making remittance in payment
for nowipapora , books , maga
zlnea , or merchandise. The on
timato of the framers o
the bill is that the not revenno t <
the government will not exceed $33 ,
000 on $120000,000 , of bnslnea
nnually , and this makes no allowanc
'or oust of transportation of letters o
advice. The following IB the aeotloi
of the bill ;
That for the transmission of amal
.urns . under $5 through the mails th
poatmaster general may authority post
master * at money order oil ! sea to issu
money orders without corresponding
advices on an engraved form to b
prescribed and furnished by him , am
money order Isaued on such nov
'orm shall be designated and knowt
a "postal note , " and a fao of Ihroi
cents ohall bo charged for the iesu
thereof. Every postmaster who shal
EBUO a postal note under the au
thorlty of the postmaster general
oral shall make the same paj
able to bearer when dul
accepted at any money order office
which the remitter thereof may aolecl
and a poatal-note shall , In like mat
ner , bo payable to bearer at the oilic
of lesue ; and after a postal note he
been paid the United States shall n <
be liable for any further claim for U
amount thereof , but a postal-note aha
become invalid and not payab
cpon the expiration of thn
calendar mouths from tl
last day of the month durli
which the same was Issued , and tl
holder , tc obtain the amount of an ii
valid postal note , must forward to tt
superintendent of the money ordi
system at Washington , D. 0. , togethi
with an application In such munni
and form as the postmaster goner
may prescribe , for a duplicate thorec
payable to such holder , and an add
tional fee of throe cents shall 1
charged and exacted for the issue
THE NEW SCHEDULE.
The bill also provided for a modi
otlcn ot the money order system , i
SKC. o. That d money order Rha
not bo isauod tor more than $100 , an
that fees for money order * shall bo i
follows : For order * not excoocii
§ 10 , 8 cento ; for orders exceeding $ ]
acd not exceeding $15 , 10 cants ; fi
orderi exceeding § 15 and not cxccci
ing $30 , 15 cants ; for orders oxccoi
ing 40 and no ; exceeding $50 , i
cento ; for orders exceeding $50 in
not exceeding ? ( iO. 30 cents ; fi
crdera exceeding $ CO and not excoo
Ing $70 , 35 cunt ) ; for ordnra oxceedit
$70 and not exceeding $80 , 40 cent
for ordera exceeding $80 and not e :
ceoding $100 , 45 conta. The Jnrg
poatoflices are allowed clerks for tl
transaction of money order and post
note business , and the smaller oni
are allowed 3 | cents for each dome
tic or foreign money order issue
paid or repaid , ono cent for each petal
tal note issued , and throe-fourths
ono cent for each postal note paid.
Money for the Unmarried.
One of the most eolld nndsubatiili
Institutions in this country ia the Jit
riogp Fund and Mutual Trust Aesociatic
of Cedar Rapids , Iowa. They are ores
Ized under the laws of Iowa , and heir <
Beers and directors are among the load !
and moat prominent bualneu men o Cod
Kavida. Every unmarried person shoe
have a certificate in this association.
It is a splendid investment , as aafo ai
government bond. You can juat as w
have a good um of money to oommen
married life on as not. A large number
members have been paid off , receiving o\
300 per cent on their Investment , \Vrl
for circulars fully detailing the plan , wbl
is the finest known. Do not postpone
Good agents wanted , Mention wboro y
saw this noticfl. f5.3m.
"yuatlocs Amwored" In ErooUjn Jl lc.
"I am a Sunday school teachur , ni
there ore two youns * men in love wi
mo. Ono is ao fjood that ho inakou r
cry to look at him , but the other
worldly. Ho araokcs and playes b
llarda , and all that aort of wickodnci
but ho tukoa me out and gives t
oysters and cream , whllo the oth
man ia at homo learning blblo vorat
Kvery time I go with him I fool
wicked ; and when the good ono com
around to go over the lesson with t
I feel that I am not worthy of hh
Oh , what ahall I do ? '
"Don't the good ono over eot i
anything ? " asked the questions ma
scratching hia chin.
"Oh , no ! Ho aaya that oyater houa
and cream saloons are enures and
"lie's right about thatr murmured
the questions man. '
"And ho aay that I should not In.
with stowa or caol it
tlmp my ronl ,
utf with lea crcHtn. "
"Which of thorn has the moat
mono ) ! " qaorlnd thoquostiona man.
"Oh , the good young mun has the
most money , " aho replied. "Hut ho
never tnkos mo to the theatre or the
opera. SVo go to church together ,
and ho talks BO beautifully of the
sweet by and by. Yon ought to hoar
him ! "
"What dooi the other follow talk
about ? "
"Oh , ho always talks about rackets ,
and wantB to know where 1 would like
to go next. But I must give ono of
them up , and I want you to advise mo
which 1 ahall koop. "
"It's a pretty plain case , I think , "
commenced the Questions man. "You
should hang on tj the bad man who
sots 'oni up. "
"Think BO ? " eho oxolaimod , blushIng -
Ing with doi'ght , "Do you really
think I would bo happier with him I"
"Slick to him until you marry the
oed ono. That's obviously your
iuty no a Christian. A girl never
els BO sick of anything aa cf a pious
> vur who never Beta anything up
t'ou cling to the bad ono who buys
iream and oysters and mayho you'l
louvert him. If yon don't ' , you've
; ot the other fast for the marry when
'ou ' got ready to settle down. "
In the abauuco of suitable materials ,
ir the time to prepare it , people often
' & without a dressing for salads. Buy
DUKKKK'S and yon will never trouble
oursolf to make another.
AN AUSTIN EP/SODE.
Citizen wnoWoa Looktne For the
Right Kind 01 Butter.
'cxng Sitting ! ) .
J B. Baltzly strolled Into his gro-
ory establishment on Austin avenue ,
ust as that excellent man , Mr. Allmi
White , was opening a keg of golden
"That looks nloo. It's genuine but
or , I suppose ; none of your bogm
ufir queried Baltzly.
Now this was a leading question , ai
ho lawyer says. The grocer wantec
ho worst in the world to sell aotno o
hat etulT to.Blatzly , ao.ho ipoko uj
and said :
"Of course It ia butter. Did yoi
hiuk it was lard ? Don't yon BOO thai
t has got that beautiful golden hui
hat can only bo found in real butter
! t makes mo think of cows and mead
ows , clover and butter cups , just ti
> mell it ; " and the grocer held some o
t on a paddle under the nose o
Baltzly , who asked :
"Yos , but is It butter ? "
"Isitbuttoi ? Why of com83 it I
buttor. Some people are ao suspi
clous that they won't believe butter i
butter unless they BOO it taken out o
the churn themselves. Han alive
smell it. Don't it make you thin !
you are rolling about in nowly-mowi
hay- Yon can just taato the butte
milk In it. "
"Yes , but U IB really butter ? "
It was evident to the qrocer , wh
gooa to church regularly , that th
crisis has arrived , He had either tHe
Ho or lose a cash customer. Ho wa
too conaolontlouo a man to lose a can
customer , BO he came right out an
told a lio. Ho said it was buttor.
"Do you Bay It la real butter froi
cow's milk ? " asked Biltzly.
"Then , " Bait the customer , aaaaa
amlle passed over hia featnrea , "the
1 don't want It. Cow's butter is r
longer fashionable. 1 wanted some <
that stuff called oleomargarine , mad
up of axle grease , second-hand tallo
and mucilage , which looks like butte
but which really contains the organiai
ot a new kind of ttpo worm. I don
say I like that kind of jolly , but I wi
requested by a friend who keeps
boarding homo railroad Btatlon , i
ship a him a keg of oleomirgarin
Sorry yon haven't got the ganuit
Allen Whlto gnzad after the r
treating form of the lost custamo
and then ho said to himonlf , "No :
time I'll ' tell the truth , if it bnrnta n
wldo opon. "
Banian ill health , norvotioneso , ve :
atlou , frotfnlnoss. o'.c , , by uaiti
Brown'o Iron Bittors.
Civilized Groceries for Sioux.
Lnntria Eoomcra y.
Ono of the peculiarities of the late
United States style of feeding tl
noble red man is the fact that ho
given Government rationu , nnd at tl
same time appropriations nro mat
which are supposed to maintain hie
8omotimo3 u wild Indian wt
doesn't know much about grocerli
and how to prepare them for foe
comes in and draws hia regular soldli
rationa in thia way. For Instance , c
in the Sitting Bull country a whlln a ;
an Indian came in from the war-pal
who had never aeon any of the pal
face style of food , and drew h
Ho made a light meal of ungrout
coffee the first day , and as ho ovor-u
the coffee swelled on him , ho had dill
cnlty in buttoning his piutalooi
around the pain that ho had on ham
Ho felt very unhappy for a day c
two , but laid it to the fact that 1
hadn't exorcised much , and the coi
sequent ennui and indigestion rcsul
As soon as ho auccoedud in gottlt
hia interior department quieted don
ho tackled his ration of cacdlea. Thoi
ho decided to parboil in order to ave
trouble from indigestion The dli
was not BO much of a glittering succo
as ho had anticipated , and as he r
morsefully picked the candlo-wlckir
out of hia teeth with a tent-pin 1
made some remark that grated harsh
on the tuithotio curs of those who sto <
near.Ho then tried a meal of yeast poi
dor with vinegar. Ho ate the yea
powder and then took a pint of o :
tromcly potent vinegar to wash
At iirat there wao a fooling of gh
surprise in h's ' stomach , which rapid
gavu way to unavailing remorse.
A can of yoaat powder in an I
dlan'a midst doeca'c spun to bo pr
pared for a pint of vlnngar , and tl
result of such an unfortunate clrcur
stance la not gratifying.
Every little whllo a look of pa
would coma over the features of tl
noble child of the foreat , and then 1
would jump about seventeen foot or
kick a cloud out of the tky. Then ho
would Mt down and think over hia
It took about a week for him to got
btok to where ho dared to got up an
other meal for himself. Then ho
frlcaiaood a couple of pounds of laun
dry soap and ate that.
Soap is i\ll rl ht for external pur
poses , or for treating a pair of soiled
Bocko , but it does not asslmllato with
the gaitrlo jnico readily , and those
who have tried laundry soap as a
relish do not seem to thing it will over
arrive at any degcoo of prominence as
au article of diet.
That ia why the untutored child of
nature swore. Ho had never received
the benefits of unrly training in pro
fanity , and his language , therefore ,
wai disconnected and rambling ; but
when wo consider that ho was igno
rant of our language , end that every
little whllo ho had to atop and hold on
to his digester with both hands and
dig great holca in the earth with hit
toes , the remainder didn't 000111
altogether out of place or irrelevant.
When a gallon cr BO of agitated
baking powder nnd vinegar ia alngluu
its llttlo song in the innorino&t rccussei
of an Indian , and this has been fol
lowed by n tioatmont of laundry soap
the Btudont of human nature cm tint
H wldo Gold for observation in thn' '
The earnest and occupied looV , thi
troubled cxprossionof thocouutonanco
followed by the quick , nervous twitch
itig of the mnscloH of the face , am
then the swelling up aud the burstln )
of the suspender button , the dco |
drawn sigh and the omothorod casi
word , all betoken the goatrlo agitatini
I'olng on within.
This is why an Indian prcfjra a llnl
of bolognn sausage and a two year oh
dog to the high priced crocorics si
common to our modern civilization.
The proprietor of the Grand Unlot
, otol , J. E. Shaw , Esq. , Now Yori
City , Bays : I am happy to any tha
ovoral of the employees of thta hole
ave boon entirely cured by St
acoba Oil , ot lumbago , rheumatism
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for an ]
Drue Rtora as is now nt C , F. Goodman's
'or n Trial BotUo of Dr. King's New Dls
iovery for Consumption , Coughs nm
Jolda , AU persona alii Icted with Autumn
Bronchitis. Hoarseness , Sovo ( Joiighi , o
any affection of the Throat nnd Lang
au got a Trial Uottle of this greatromoa ;
rtf , by calling at nbove named Drai
0. SPKOliT , - - Proprietor.
/212 Harney St. - Omrlia , Not
DORMER \\iNDOW8 ; , F1NIALS
Tin , Irou and Slate Hoofing ,
Spucht's Patent Motallo Skyllgh
Patent Adjaatod Ratchet Bai
and Bracket Shelving. I am
the general agent for the
above line -of gooda.
IRON FKNOINO ,
drafting * . Baluttradei , Vernd > % | C 1 -
Oank Railing * , Window dO ' ra
Quirdi ; clao
OKNK11AI , AOEN
Gcnras Rewarded ,
ftio Story of tiie Sowing Machln
A hftndiome tlltlt p mphl ) , blntl&nJ fi
toft wlfa onmeroci ( nrrtvlniri , wllljb *
( OTESN AWAY
M ny aalt parson etllliilor It , it aa/ bra
or tnb-offlre ol The eingei UinniKlnnuit Co
puny , or wi ) l > ttul nf mall , pott pild ,
tnr pinon living dliltncv torn oni offli
the Singer Manufacturing Uo.i
34 UnJon Bqow
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRAN1
HK\D iUAUTEKS DE1T. OK TUG 1'LVTM
Cmx > ( ) CAKrnnuJr n.'s OmcK ,
OMAHA Ntb. , Hariri 5,18-3
Staled proDCH In , In trlp'lcitr , eunjoct to I
usuil condlt or ? , ulll bo recchi.l at t
olllco until 1'J o'clock noon , rn Thurnday , A |
Sth , 1S8J , or nt tno xunu hour ( nllowlnir ( or t
dlltr nee In time ) , at the ollkui ol the Ilf |
( juartcrnias'm ' at Chc\enno ami Ox'cn , at wli
pi ecu nml ilinothoy will boopcn il in prS3iic
the blilileri , lor the \\auon transpirta'lon rl JI
tary Hilpilloi ] on the d How In ; ; desclbeil llotitis
the Dciurtnicnt ol tbo 1'htio , ilnrlr tha fl < <
jcar cominenclnir Jul ) lit 188J , anJomlini ; Jn
Utli , 1IJS1.
K o-n SUnt } , ob a la , to Fort Koblrs
1 romChejcnoo Don't , WjominuTcrritoi
lo ForU Larauile ancj McKlunt' } , \Vjcniln''J
I-torn Hock Crock Station , 17. I' . lallv.iy ,
Korl McKlnnoj. WjomlncTerritory.
From Fort Frcil , Hluclc , Wjoin ncTt-rHtoi
to Fort \Viwliaklo , Wjomlnif Tenltiry.
From I'n k Uity. Utah Terrltny , or fn
Btitlon on tlio main lire , Un'on 1'aclllo llalU.
to Fort Thornbu ( ; h , Utah Tirrllo y
t'ropo-al ] lor transportAtlon on an ) ora'l
tboaba\o named llouus will b rrccivcd.
Kach proposil n u t bo ! > ttlpllcito , irparn
or cvh route , anil accompanied by a bond In t
Bum of ( Uu bunilred iloilarn ( J.'OO ) , execut
ttrlctlyln ace iidanco with tbo pilntctl Inttr' '
tion , and upon tbo blank form furntahod urn
thliad\crt ! > > ctnonr , KuanDttclii that the pai
mtkln ) ; the prop nal ahall not ulihdrawlhe ai
llhln sixty dajs from the date announced I
cpenlnxth' ro ; and that If inld proi oxnl U acrt
Ud anJaccr.trad for tbo toriko bM for awa
ed thcicunfcr , ho will , wllh'n ten Jayaall
nelni ; notiflod f tre award ( pro\ldcil ouch nc
Qcatlonbo mido within the tlxty ra > H abc
mentioned ) accept the eamu and furnUh oed a
sulllclent lurctloi , at once , tor tbo f<hlul pi
forirance of the contract
Olank proposal ) , lorrr of cent act , and print
Ircnlanita Inf the estimated qu ritlllc ol u
plloi tobe tianepjitcu , and g\\\ng \ \ full Intoru
tion i to the nanncrof binding , cindltloni
boobocrieJ by bidden , and lermi ol ca tn
anil payment , ui ! befurolshed on application
thli ollice , cr toftlio olllc-B of the Depot ( juart
niixter at Cte/cmie and O de * .
Envelope * contalnloK prcpoiali ihould
matked , "Proposal * for trii : roita'.lon _ fn
JOIIN V rUREV ,
Capt and Aist , Quartermaster 17 U. A.
ma-muCt In charcoChl.f ( j il. Ollice ,
OOL , L. T. FOSTER ,
iToungBtoirn , Ohio , llaylO , 183 ,
Da. n. J , KiSDAUi I' Co. I had a very vMi
ble HambletonUn colt tint Iprliod very high
hohadalargobooeipavln en one Joint ant
small one ou the other which made him v <
tame ; I bad him under the charge ol two vet
Inary eurguons which failed to cnre htm. I v
ono aty reading the dvortlioment of Kendi > !
Spavin Cure In tbo Chicago Kiproei , ! dutermlt
aioncotolry II and got our CruKglBte her *
eund forU , and they ordered tbrccbottlra ; I Ic
all acd I thoujhl I would ilve ; It a thoron
trial , I tucd It according to direction ] and I
fourth day the colt ceaied to be Utno and i
lump have dluajiprarcd. I need bul one bol
ind tbo colt's lliuba are ai free of Icutipo acd
imootb M any hortt In tha etate lie It ceil
ly cured. The care waft 10 remarkable tb
have let two ot my nelghbcrs have lb icica
Ing two botUot who are cow uelngll
Very respectfully ,
L. T. rOETK3
Eend for lllaglrat d ctrculai giving twill
procl. Pilcetl. All Druigliti havu II ore
let II for yon. Dr. I ! . J. Kendall li do ; , I'l
prlilorB , Encibnrgh Fall ) , VI.
BOLb BY ALL DRUGGIST
HOUSES AND LOTS ,
No. 19 Full ot and now house , ttTroomi , twi
below and ono up-eulra. Klitht foot celling bolov
and i cen abe > o. llrlck foundation , collar , etc
hnwaln , $000
No. 18 Lark'otwo story homo , 10 rooms , tw
Inrgo cellars. Riol well and cistern , barn , eta , 01
\Vi bstor and Ud street , * 0,000.
No 17 Ixt COX18B feet , new houno ot twi
room * brick foundation 1UO barrel clutnrn ; o :
Hamilton Btroot noir 1'oorClaroComont ) ' P.
No. 10 House and lot on 17th near CU k 81
house Broom * etc. 31-00.
No. lo HOUM ol 3 rooms 'ill lo on Plurco 81
noarlfithlt > UO
No. ! 21 Now hoiiBoof 7 ro corner lol
hall mlle nest o ( Turntable troct can o
Ban dersSt. $1000. > u
No. n House ol elxht earn etc. U
No. 2C2-TWO full lots on 19th Htroct near Lal
No.asi Tw nty nv lots In P ik r nJUltli
Just north of the end of red street car line K
each easy term * .
No. 830 Four lota on DetawaraEt. near Han
com park , K60.
No. 831 Ono half lot on South arenuo , nea
St. Mary's avenue , f 650.
No. CUO-KlKhtccn(18)loUon2 ( ) ! t , 22nd , 23r
anaSitindersstrcet , noir Grace$600 each , an
on easy terms.
No , 310 Six beautiful resilience lota on Oathci
Ino street , near Hanscom park , $4,600.
Twelve bciutlful rcaldenco lota en Hamllto
( trnot , near end of old tree tear track ; high an
slchtly , 83Mto $700.
Several acio and half aero cornet lots on Can
Injr , Butt acd California ttiectn , In Tiwo'aic <
end adilltloa and I'aik I'l co near Acalomyt
'Lota ' ' ' " tlanlttn
In 'ProBpoctI'laoo" on ) in
Charlo * etroct , juttwoitof the end of Hod Bttot
Carttack and Convent of the Bister * of Foe
Clare , ono and one half mile IrompDstolllce , ao
ono mlle from 17. I * , shops , $1M to $300 cacl
only IS per cent down and D per cent per inontt
Lutaln Lcwo'o addition one-half mlle west c
end of Hod .Struct Car track near Con font <
Poor Cltrc Shtore In Shlnn'a addition , $125 t
$300 each , and on very easy terms.
l.otJ In Horbach'a 1st and 2nd addition !
Shlnn's , Park 1'laco , Ixin o'a ! ind addition. lUzan
Lake's , Ncluon's , Ihuscom flaco , Hodlck's ac
dltlona , etc. , oto.
Lota In "Cro'llt Fonder addition" Just oni
qutrter mlle south-east uf Union Paclllo and I
and M. It. It , depots , $220 to $ l,600cach , very cae
Three good business lotj on Dodfonear12t ; |
street , 2ix120 ( cut each , 31,600 each , or8ltOJIc
all , oisy terras.
Two Kind builncia lot , on Farnam street , 33
66 feet oath , with frame buildings theron.roulln
for about gOCO per year each ; price 8-1,250 each
4U132 feet on Karnam near lOthslruei , cornc
Splendid Warehouse lot on Union Pacific rlgh
of way , north of track and oust of Nail Wotks-
belnif I3t feet north frontavo on JUson street
by about 100 fett vroet Ironku'C on 18th at.
Farmi a d wild landa In Douitlot , Sarpy
Dodo ) , Wasblnxton , Hurt , Wavno , Uianton , an
other ( rood counties In eastern Nebrankafor oal <
Ttioa paid , ronta collected , ani money loanei
on Improred city and country property at lei
raUg of IntoreM.
BEMI8' NEW OITY MAP , FOUI
FEET WIDE AND SEVEN FEE'
LONG , WITH EVERY ADD !
TION RECORDED OR OONTEM
PLATED UP TO DATE. "OFF ]
OIAL MAP OF1THE OITY.
GEO. P BEMI8
16th and Douglas S
WOMAN CAN HtALTHOFWO
SYMPATHIZE WIT THE HOPE 0 V
.YDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Rnro Cura for nil iriMIAIiltVltATt
MISSUS , Inrlmllnrr Icncorrhirn Ir-
rcRiilnr nml 1'ntnful lUcnstrunllon ,
Inllniinnnllnii nnil tllccrntlon of
thf Womb , riondlnii , 1'KU-
T.Al'SIIH IJTIMtl , iVc.
jFTli'iu'ivnttothotft.'te.onicncloni anil ImmedlaH
lUoftect , HlJixerfnthrlpln pregnancy , and r >
vc pain during labor nnil fit regular period * .
rniMcmsiRr.iT iMirnisciunciT mini.
rffTon AtiVUKTCSira of the cencrntlro onra
I'Hhcr nc , It It Mroml to no remedy that luu OTMT
n. tetoro the public | ami for nil dl'eiuea of tb *
DKZTB It In the Qrcattit Kemtily in the ITorM.
VKIDNKY COMPLAINTS of ritJicr SM >
riiul Krrut Itrllff hi Ila line.
T.T1IIA n.l'IXKlIAM'H HUMID
M cnutualo v\rrr viMleo uf lluinom Irom lh
ood.at the nametlnw w 111 KTO ! tnno and rtcnrth teA
A Bottom , A * marvellous In rvnultn an the Compound.
nrnoth the Compound ami Blood I'titiOcr nro pr
rvil at 533 and S35 Wcitcrn Arrnue , I ynn , Mas-
rlcn of either , * l. Six botllcn for (3. Tlio Cotnpaau *
rent by mall In the f onn of pllln. or of lozenge * , cm
, c lpt of price , (1 per tnx for ellher. llr < . IMnkhan
ffly aniwera all letter * of Inqulnr. r.nclof o 3 oen
amp. SenI for pamphlet , lltntton t
on. lIIUoi no a anil Torpidity ot the IJvi r. S ccul *
no-Sold by nil 1 > ramlntii. K * r
BTABLIBUKI ) 1868.
HDK SPUIUa ATTAOIIUENT-NOT FATKOT
A. J. SIMPSON.
1109 and 1111 Dodga Street ,
eng 7-mo 6m OMAHA , NKD :
Are acknowledged to be the
best by all who have put them
to a practical test.
HARD & SOFT GOAL
.COKE OB WOOD. "
Buck's Stove Co. ,
P1EEICY it 'HBUDFOKD ' ,
SOLE AGENTS KOK OMAHA.
Complnlnlng and growling will never
euro rheumatism , but St. Jacobs Oil' '
Milwaukee & St. Paul
la cow running \u \ FAST EXPRESS TRAINB
OMAHA AND COUNCIL 'BLUFFS '
Fallman's Magnificent Sleepers
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
Or to any point beyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAVZ. OR
Take the HEST UOUTE , the
Chicago , Milwaukoo&StPanlS'y
Ticket office located at corner Farnam and
Fourteenth etrecto and at U. I' . Depot and at
Ulllard Hotel , Omaha.
f3TSoo Time Table In another column ,
F. A. NAS1I , General Al'cnt.
0. H. FOOTS , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
8. 8. MEltUILL , A. V. II. OAllPKNIEIl ,
OoncrMManagcr. General Paaa.Atccai ,
J. T. OLAUK , OEO. II. 1IKAFFOKD ,
General Sup't AaB'n ti n Bfl . As , n >
PERSON/I Ii "Parts of tha human body
cmaiyul , devclopSI and itrongthened , " etc. , la
an Interesting adicrt eo-ront long run In our
pafor. In reply to i"qu rloa we will tay that
there li no e\Uencoc ! humbugabjut tbla On
uio contrary , the ad\ertl ra ar/ very highly la.
dorwd Interea e l pewons n ay get italtil dr.
culardglvliiff all particulars , giving all partial-
Inn , by addrtnlm ; Erie Itixllcal Co , , I' . O. Box.
518 , Jluflalo , N. Y. TolcUo Evening Bee Ul i
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