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THE DAILY BEE OMAHA FRIDAY MAKCil Iti
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 ! " If 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 true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases ,
501 W. Fremont St. , Daltlmora
During the war I was in
jured In the stomach by a piece
of a shell , and have suffered
years ago it brought on paraly
sis , which kept me in bed six
months , nnd the best doctors
in the city said I could not
indigestion , and for over two
years could not cat solid food
and fora larec portion of the
time wasunablc to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Urown's Iron iJittcrsand now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
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 lifo to the muscles and tone
to the nerves ,
Ycur attention \ called ( o contracts to bo lot
for dluhln/ . Ditch In Hurt and Washington
count'en ' , nlnut thirteen miles long , In working
sections , Unou/h a mtrsh , width about G feet ,
sides tlopli g 1 lo 2 feet , depth from 6 to 7 feet ,
d'rt ' to i e moved aboutS foci from brink of ditch.
Number nf cubic yard * to bo moved about 112 ,
710. Stld Iti his being conitructed by said two
counties under statute providing for nralnlng
swamp I nos , approved Feb. 28,1881. Woik to
bodonoln acordancowithplins and spoclflca-
ttons. For further Inforiutthn npplf to trio
county cleik ol l her of taid counties , and BOO
report of engineer and proco'Kilrus of boardi of
commissioner * > f tain counties and particularly
that of February Bth. 18JX. Also the official ad-
j virtiiemont In the Dlalr I'ilot and la Hurt Coun
ty N w .
Blnsnroto bo Died with certified chock and
r me of .untie' , on cr before March S2d , 1883 ,
at 6 p. m. with county clu > k r ( Lurt county , A.
1J A. Toomcs. Duplloitoi ( without chocks ) with
county clerk cf Washington county. Blank
forms for propoials will bo tupp led by slid
dertl. Dy eider of
BOAHDS Of BAID COUNTIES.
J9-o w m * e 3t , ,
JBRIDGE PKt [ > POSA.L8.
6oSlJj'pr 'posn's ' will bo Icjccived by the Board
ol Co inty Commissioners of Oa o county , Nob.
for the erection of a bridge acroti the 1 % tllui
rlrer upnn tlthor ono ol tn i wagon roadi leading
aat from the town of Wymor , dago county ,
Heb. , nnd vor and tcros said rlror. Bald brldgo
to be one hundred and fifty ( ICO ) foot long , and
to hare either piles , ttono , or Iron plcn.
Alra for the erection of a brldeo , tultablo to the
plwe , across Indian Creek , on the line between
ecctioniUont-nlno(2'0 ( nd thirty ( M ) , about
onomllo ( oulhucst of Wyiuoro , Uagu county ,
Heb. Low bridge at th'a ' place preferred.
Also a bildgi ucrow Turkey Crcuk , southeast
of UeWitt , N > > b. , to rcploio the old ono now In
uso.All iir'dcus to be of wood , Iron or combination
All b da to IM accompanied by plani an J spool
fie t ons to bo scaled and Cited Kith til a Connty
Itrk ou'or betoro 1'J o'clock noon , March 20th ,
The Commissioners r forvo the right to rojcct
y and all tldi. Hucca'Blul bidders will bo lo
ll r d to glto bond for the faithful performance
Of thilr contract
ly orde it the Ccunty Cbimnlsaloncrs ,
, /-i-s , A.J. 1'EIHOUD ,
\ DUAL. \ County Clerk.
I * - _ ! ! . - * 1 Beatrice Feb. U 1883. me-d 4w
Mwankee & St. Paul
b DOW running lu FAST EXPBKS3 TRAINS
OMAHA AND OODNOIL 'BLUFFS '
Pullman'B Haplfloont Sleepers
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
1 TO *
CHI O A GO * MILWAUKEE.
Oi lo aui petal beyond ; or
IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAUX. OR MINNEAPOLIS
Tilt tb BEST ROUTE , thi
Chicago , HUwaukee&8tPaulR'y
71-irt o&t loc&tttl at corner Farnam and
7r2it * nth tittttM azul at U. P. Depot and at
gSrStt Ti3eT ! bt la another column.
Y. A. WASH , O ncnl Arent.
0. II. yOiiTrVrkket Agent , Oio&lia
8. V. WEKBILL , A. V. U. CAHPESTEB.
GeatrilUuuuer. OentnJ 1'iM , Aj
/ . r cSSs. : : OEO. u. IIBAKFOHW ,
Oiria > Bur/I A ' n * " "w. Ai
Scad 81 , 82 , 83 , or
3 fur a satnjilc ro-
tall box by Kxpretfj ,
CANDY of the bent canille ' ill
America , put up In
eleeant boxctf , find
atrlctly pure. SMta-
blofor nrcHeutf. Kx-
preij * cbmrffB II f lit.
Kefer * to all CMca.
( Try It wee.
C. F. GGNTHEB ,
( JklCB 9.
Mr * Thar Tier' * Sob * mo For Manu
facturing Cheap Matches
For Amorioa on the
New York World.
It was reported ycaterday that H.
K. nnd F. B. Thnrbor & Co. , have
roonty ) made largo contracts with
Swedish and Norwegian firms of match
manufaotnrors , with the object of ox-
tenalvolf Importing matches mann *
fscturod in Norway and Sweden , and
placing thorn In the market to oompoto
with the American producers.
A reporter of The World vltltod
last evening Mr. Christian Bora , the
Swedish and Norwegian consul at this
port , to learn the extent of the match
Industry in Norway and Sweden , and
with whom Mr. Thnrbor wonld likely
make a contract , Mr. Born oaid ;
"I have no Idea with what manu
facturer Mr. Thurbcr wonld make a
contract. The match industry In my
country is very great , ncd there in
tnnoh competition. There are hun
dreds of largo match manufactories in
3wodon , nnd they make a match nupo-
rlor to any I know of. It wonld not
bo profitable to import the Norway
and Swedish match to this country
under the present high tariff. I un
derstand , however , that the tariff on
matches has been nboll hod or re
duced , but I have soon no official re
port to that effect. But if the tat iff
ma been done away with or reduced
[ think that our matches can bo im
ported to this country and a good profit
"Havo yon heard that Mr. Thnrbor
lias contemplated Importing matches
rein Norway nnd Sweden ? " inquired
; ho reporter ,
"No"replied Mr. JBora ; "but Inn-
dorstand ho ia interested in R project
to build a largo factory up in the
northern part of this state to mann-
'aoturo matches similar to these made
n Swodon. There nro a number ef
nfluontlal men interested in it , and I
think Mr. Thurbor la ono of them. A
countryman of mlno , who has had n
roat deal of experience in match
manufacturing , came to this country a
ihort tlmo ago , and I believe ho ia to
iavo charge of the factory. I know
nothing definite. The factory may bo
already built. From what I under
stood , however , the work will bo done
entirely by Swedes. "
"What Is the extent of the match
nduutry in Norway and Sweden ? "
"It is very extensive , " replied Mr
Bora. "In Norway and Sweden lira-
jor la plontltul. In fact , wo supply
joth Franco , Spain and ether Euro
pean countries with lumber. Thoro-
ore wo have any amount of material
'or manufacturing inatohca. To a
great extent wo supply Earopo , Homo
) arts of Asia and even South America
with matches. Tboro ia no tariff on
matohoa in Norway and Sweden , save
; ho ordinary manufacturer' ) ! tax , and
, ho United States Is the only country
; o my knowledge where a duty is imBed -
Bed on a box of matches. Oonso-
icqnuntly wohro able to manufacture
a superior match , cheaper than our
competitors lu other European coun
tries can import our timber for that
purpose. The wood of which our
matches are made ia saturated with
oil , ao that It burns very readily and
gives a light almost as bright as a can
dle. Wo wonld llko very much to in
troduce our matches in this country ,
for it is the biggest market in the
world. You Americana are wasteful
of matches - as yon are of other
things and naturally there wonld bo
a great demand. But oven though
the tariff wore abolished , It would bo
dlflloult to Introduce our matcheHhoro ,
as there exists what la known as n
match ring among the match mann
factnrors , which lo powerful enough
to oxoludo all ether compotitoro
from supplying the market to any ox
Points About "Tho Forest City "of
Correspondence of the ( jt. Louts Ilepnbllcin.
Twenty-five years ago Savannah
and Mobile were two of the most
charming cities in the United States ,
and the social phases wore of a moot
delightful nature ; In fact the true typo
of southern city lifo was reflected in
all Its elegance and ease. Savannah
now has a population of 35,000 with
an immediate prospect of a substantial
Incrcano. It is the county seat of
Chatham county , on the Savannah
river eighteen miles from the sea , and
in many respects it may bo classed as
the handsomest city of. the south. Ii
Is the port city of the great and prom
ialng state of Georgia. It is also the
second largest cotton port In America ,
and the first in the supply of naval
stores , The streets are broad and tht
squares beautiful , nearly all of them
shu'ded and fringed with graceful
shade trees which are continuously
green the year round. Her ocean
fleet of steamers , plying between Bal
tlmore , Philadelphia , Now York and
Boston the entire year , affords to tour
ists the experience of an ocean trip
equal in seasick features to the broad
Atlantic. I waa quite amused a1
the statement of a young brida
conplo from old Massachusetts wh <
wore on their way to their now horn
among the oran o groves of Mlddl
la ono of the most attractive feature ,
of the city. The ohado trees ar
mostly native pines , and In aomo re
Bpootn remind yon of the pines of thi
famous Black torcst near Baden-Bade :
on the Rhino. The soft , balm ,
breeze aoetna te whisper the swco'
poetry of nature ns yon linger in th
favored rotreata , so that the lovers 01
a bright starry evening find Insplra
tlon for emotional and sentimental
expressions , that might in norao re-
tpects romlnd you of the blissful Ely-
hi an fialds of paradise , Of course I
could not afford to realise too long
theao tempting sensations.
The beautiful fountain that orna
ments the park Is quite llko those of
the Place do la Concorde In Paris and
that overlook ! this gem of beauty Is
ono of the finest In the south. It
stands fifty feet high from the base ,
and waa built by the Ladles' Memorial
association. The sentiment * noon the
panels are quite suggestive and signi
ficant. The front panel has a figure
I la relief representing the south In
I mourning , and upon the ilde panels
ITOU may read the following Uucrlp-
tlons : "To the Confederate dead. "
"Como from the four winds , 0 breath ,
and breathe npnn thoio alaln , that
they may live ; " Kzsk. xxzll , 0 , A
bror.zj statue of a confederate soldier
In the ottltado of poradu rest sur
mount * the whole. The monnmont
ojut $20,000 exclusive of the statue.
located three miles from the city , is
ono of the loveliest in the country.
As a oily of the dead it is very attrac
tive and boaatlfnl , and thoio that are
rooting beneath the fragrant flowers
and graceful branches conld wish no
bolter rcpoBo in the transition from
this earth. If the allegory of the bat-
toiil/is significant of oar exist from
this world , the ono might almost wish
to bo bailed In the beautiful cemetery
of Savannah. Shakepearo Bay a :
"fife's but a walking shadow ,
A poor player that etruto and frets ,
His hour upon the etatje ,
And then is seen no more. "
Gould ho have soon this lovely apot ,
hlfl inspiring soul would have tuned Us
loftiest lyro. Savannah has a great
and promising future , and with an en
couragement of eastern capital and
oiitorprloo she may become in a few
years ono of the moat prosperous and
wealthiest oltica of the American
Union. As a winter homo for the rich
men of the east and north , oho may
bccomo famous in the future history
of the republic , and the historians ,
dramatists and pools who shall ob
serve , think and wrlto fifty years from
now of the people of the south as they
will then live In Loultlana , "Tho Pearl
of the South , " Florida , the land of
"Sunshine and of Flowers , " and South
Georgia , where Suwanoo river flows
into the sea. which the song writer and
Christine Nllsson havn Immortalized
In those familiar words :
"Way down upon the Suwaneo tlbber ,
Far , far away ,
D r' whar my heart l turning ebboi ,
Dar's wbar do ole folks stay.
All around the whole creation ,
Ebory where I rnam ,
Sighing for do ole plantation
And for de old folks at homo , "
In the absence of suitable materials ,
or the tlmo to prepare It , people often
go without a dressing for salads. Buy
DUUKEE'H and you will never trouble
yourself to make another.
TLo LnrRFst Jfenrl Ever Found ?
Sorao remarkable pearls lately found
near La I'/ , Lower California , have
excited much Interest. Three ouch
extraordinary events have token place
during the past month. Probably the
largest pourl on record , weighing sev
enty-five carats , was fonnd toward the
cloeo of December. The fisherman
sold it on the spot for $14,000 , which ,
however , was an insignificant sum
compared with its real valno. Now
comes the announcement that ono of
the fishermen employed has just dis
covered a finely tinted and perfectly
formed pcnrl weighing forty-seven
carats , and valued on the spot at
$5,000 ; while yet another pearl was
found about the sumo time , smaller
than the former , but of perfect shape ,
weighing forty carats and valued at
Banish ill health , nervousness , vox-
atlcu , , fretfnlneis. etc. , by using
Bro wn'a Iron Bitten.
i Cheap Teas.
Tjhe Now York Herald says that
according to actual analysis and com
mon report there have been found in
the alleged tea of commerce , nutgalls ,
currant leaves , iron filings , hlbort
husks , sulphnto of copper , oak bark ,
hornots' nests and wasps' nests
ahrodod and colored , acotla aold , aloes ,
common green paint , lead in various
forms , desiccated doormats , poach
loaves , tarred rope th t had been
ground to powder and soaked in noa
water , manila paper , bamboo loaves ,
vernal grass , ammonia , arsenic , stable
sweepings , and other things too
numerous and disgusting to mention.
Now that adulterated teas are to bo
excluded from American ports , it re
mains to bo seen whether there will
any Improvement in the cup that
cheers but not inebriates.
Change of Mind-
I declined to insert your advertise
ment of Hop Bitters last year , because
cause I then thought they might not
bo promotlvo of the cause of Temper *
onoo , but find they are , and a very
valuable medicine , myself and wife
having been greatly benefited by them ,
and I take creat pleasure In making
REV. JOHN SEAMAN ,
Editor Home Sentinel , Af ton.N. Y.g
BAY CITY , Mich. , Fob. 3,1880.
I think It iny duty to send you t
roconnnend for the benefit of any per
son wishing to know whether the Hop
Bitters are good or not. I'know they
are good for general debility and indi
gestion ; strengthen the nervous sys
tem and make now life. I recommend
my patients to use thorn.
DR. A. PRATT ,
Born m an Opera House.
Plttiburg toiler. ,
A boy was born in the opera house
last night. About 9 o'clock Harry
Ellslor was standing In the lobby at
the mlddlo entrance talking to aomo
friends , when ho was approached by a
man who was very much agitated ,
who Bald his wife was taken sick , and
ho asked if there was a room attached
to the theater where ho could taki
her until aho would become oomowha
bettor. Harry told him that then
was a ladles' toilet room where thi
lady conld bo seated. In the space o
a few seconds the man came out in
tho'vestibulo with two ladles , one o
whom ho led by the arm. They won
shown to the room und the man im
mediately came out and asked If there
was r. physician In the audience , a
his wife ffaa about to bo confined. H
was told that there wan not , but on
could be sent for , and a mosaonge
was Immediately dispatched in quos
of ono. Before ho arrived , however
the child -a bouncing boy was
R0ion d From Death-
Win. J. Coughlio , of Somervllle , Mats
says : In the full of 1876,1 HIS taken wit.
DLKEDIKO or LUNGS followed by k eerer
cough. I lout my appetite And fleih , anu
WM confined to my bed. In 1877 I WM
admitted to the hotplUl , The doctor
old I bad a hola in my lung as big M i
half dollar. At one time report went
round th t I WM dead. I r ve UD hop * .
but a friend told me of DK. WILLIAM
HALL'S BALSAM YOU THE LUNGS.
11 got bottle , when , to my surprise , I
"iMtrmenoed to feel better , and to-day I
' | 1 Utter than for three yew * .
ALEX. STEPHENS' LIPffl-LUNU
A Youthful Attachment Wbloh Did
NoWlioeaen Wltn the Flight
From the Atlinti Constitution.
la ono of the early years of the ' 40 ,
Mr. Stephens , then a young man ,
paid a vUit to the homo of Mr. Dir-
den , In Warren county. There ho meta
fhxon-hairod blno-oyod of sixteen
a - , - girl -
teen , beautiful in face and lovely in
character ; piquant , witty , nd gifted
with a mind rarely cultivated. An at
tachment grew up , which for years
did not part the formal bonds of
friendship , which was cherished by
both. The young lover was poor in
this worlds goods ; light in frame , and ,
harrasod by slcknuts , ho did not dare
to aspire to the hand of ono whom he
had learned to love and yet forebode
to claim. With a womanly devotion
the young girl read the secret In the
young man's eyes , and trno to her
heart she could only wait and lovo.
Ono evening in 1849 a party was
given at the residence of Mr. Little ,
in Orawfordvillo. There the two met
once more ; there they enjoyed that
sweet communion born of perfect
trust ; and there Mr. Stephens found
courage to speak the words which
for years had fought for expression ,
until at last ho could no longer con
"Aro you euro there lives none
ether whom yon prefer to me ) " asked
the maiden timidly , half shrlnkingly ,
yet only too happy to feel that she was
favored in bis eyes.
"In the whole nnlvorso there exists
not another , " said he , passionately.
Thus their troth was plighted ; the
day was set for their marriage , and all
seemed auspicious for the lovers. Bat
clouds lowered o'er their hopes ; matters -
tors of a private nature , which it is
not in the domain of the public to
know , intervened and deferred the
fruition of their hopes. The ono be
came immersed in politics , and , racked
with physical ills , hesitated to enter a
state whore ho feared the happiness of
the ether might bo marred. The lady
found her duty by the side of an in
valid mother , who long lingered with a
confining dlioiae. Thus the years
flow by ; but the plighted troth was
kopt. Mr. Stephens never addressed
another , and ever kept the imago of
the fair young girl In his heart. The
lady was the recipient of admiration
from many , but to all she turned a
They have often -mot since , and ,
while the Idea of marriage wua aban
doned , they felt a sweet pleasure in
each other's society. But two week's
ago the lady was at the mansion , and ,
on taking leave of her old friend , ono
of the chairs tipped up , an unfavor
able sign , as the governor remarked
at the tlmo. The lady has for years
boon n resident of Atlanta , nnd no
ono is hold in more esteem for every
quality which adorns womanhood than
Miss Caroline Wilkinson.
lop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitter *
They are compounded from Hops ,
lalt , Buchn , Mandrake and Dande-
on , the oldest , best , and most vain-
bio medicines in the world and con-
ain all the boat and most curative
iropertios of all other remedies , being
hepA patest Blood Purifier , Liver
Regulator and Lifo and Health Res-
oring Agent on earth. No disease or
1-hoalth can possibly long exist where
Bitters are used , so varied and
jorfoct are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the
, ged and infirm. To all whose em-
iloymonts causa Irregularities of the
ovrels or urinary organs , or who re-
ulro an Vpotlzer , Tonic and mild
Stimulant , flop Bitters ara invaluable ,
icing highly curative , tonlo and stlm-
ilatlng , without intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings or
lymptoms are , what the disease or nil-
nent Is , use Hop Bitters. Don' , ; wait
til yon are sick , but if yon only
eel bad or miserable , nso Hop Bitters
i onco. It tray save your life. Hun-
Ireda have been saved by so doing.
$50 $ will be paid for a case they will
iot cure or help.
Do not suffer or let your friends snf
or , but use and urge them to use Hop
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vile ,
rugged , drunken nostrum , but the
'uroat and Best Medicine over made ;
.ho "Invalid's Friend and Hope , " and
10 person or family should bo without
hem Try the Bitters to-day.
PALLET & HOES ,
; Western Agents , Lafayette , Indiana.
Rubber Boots and
Boots and Shoes
OTf ALL KINDS.
50 PEROTS ! '
The center pieces are Interchangeable and re
vcnlble. It prevents the counter from runulni
over , requiring no heel itlffenen.
The Agency for these goods In thtg town haj
> oen pl t * r *
Others cinnot procure them.
Call rnd xamlne a full line of leather and
.Candee" Rubber Boot * and Shits Inlth the He
'crulble Heel. MUS. M J-ETHi SON.
McCAETHY & BUEKE ,
21814TH ST. , BET. FARNAM AND
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
Offloo over Omaha Savings Bank.
CPU. 13TII ANDDOUOCi B. m8-lm
MASONIC LIFE INSURANCE
; THE ILLINOIS MASONS
Organized March 9,71.
The oldest nd one of the slrongcit Uuonlc
Insurance societies In the country.
m -lm ( knenl Agent foe Ncbntlu.
Are acknowledged to be the
best by all who have put them
to a practical test.
HARD & SOFT GOAL
.COKE OB WOOD.1
M ANUFACTTJEED BY
Buck's Stpve Co. ,
PIE8HCY * 'BRADFORD ' ,
SOLS AOKNTS FOR OMAIIA.
Complaining and growling will never
euro rheumatism , but St. Jacobs Oil
ORDINANCE NO. 571.
Ano'dlnance to amend Scc'.Ion ono ( loOrill-
nance , ! ? ! ) . 515 entitled n O'dlnanco creating
pacing Districts In the City of Omaha , num
bered from fine to Th rteon Inc U9.\c , approv
ed on the 15th day ol July 18:2 , and to icpcal
ordinaries No. 531 mo ull'ig alj section ono
(1) ( ) approved November lut 1882.
Do It oida ned by ilia City Council of the City cf
Siicriov , 1. That gcct'on onel ) < f ordinance
No. 615 entitled an ordinance cresting pav.ng dis
tricts In the City of Oinalu numbered from
one t ) thirteen Inclusive , approcdoa the 16th
day of July , A. U 1881' , I o amoaucd to as to read
aa follows : Section ] . The f > ilolnpa\lrg als-
trlctaare hereby crcited and cslab 1-hed U the
City of Omaha :
rAVIXO DISTRICT M'VRKR ONH , (1) ( ) .
Shall Include that pallet Ninth street lying bo
t ecu the south line at Douglas street In said
City , and North line of too Depot ground * of the
Union raclflc illallro.xlj Company situated about
152 feet south of Lcavvimcrth strcetcxccpllngthc
Intersections fornud by the crossing of Ninth
street by Karnamund llarcoy sticots respectively
slid District to Incluclo all the ItcaJ KsUto on tbo
cast and wcstsldej of nald part of Ninth Btro.t ,
to the rnldd o cf the block abii'tlng ' thereon ,
IMVIMI DlhTRICT M'Mimr. THO (2) ( ) .
Shall Ine 1100 that part of Ten Ii itrtct In the
Cliy o1 Onnha Ijinj ; between D nglai and Slarcy
strict 1 said City tiici all lots nnd lands abutt ng
upon tald jwit o ( Tenth ttrcct exclusive of the
Intersect ! .us fo'icudbvtho doming of 1'nrnam
stru't , hild D strict th-.ll ncludo all Heal Kstato
or a ther Ido of said pxrt of Trnth street back to
thonilidleo the block abutting thereon.
P\VI\0 UHTUICT NI'MIIKK TIIIIPK , (3) ( ) .
shall Include that part of Kievmth strattl.vlng
btt o < iiitli Nortb line of the all y next Sutith
of Hariioy street nnd tie South line of tboaloy
next norih of Doug as street ixcepilng the Intersections -
sections f ) rucd by the crossing of Ilarnoy , Far-
nainftLd DoiulaMr out a eapcct.v ly said Dis
trict to I elude all Heal Ketitc on the East i.ml
H eflt eld sof said pirt of Kcvcnt-i stiecttotho
m ddlo of the blcck abutting thereon.
I'AVrMJ I)13TIUCT .M'MllPll FOUIl , (4) ( )
Uiall Incluco that put f f 'ivvdftli street hlng bo.
twee- the North line of tao alloy next South o'
llarnov street , and the South lineof thu nl oy ly
ing nevt Aorth of Doug ns street , said D strict to
Ini'lude all Real Egtuto in th Ka-t and West
sides of slid street embrace J vvitnln si U limits to
the n Idd'o of the block abuttlug tbcrcon , the
lut rsecllom formed by Harncy , Farnaoi , and
Douglas street rtspcctlvcly aic excluded from
I'AMVQ DISTRICT M'MBP.ll HVK (5) ( )
Shall Include tint part of Thirteenth stte-t ling
bctwero the North line of thoal cy nent South 01
JJarncy itreet , and the t outb line of Ddge street
excftLigthu Intersection ! foraod by tuouross
Ing of Il.rucy , fcainam and Dcuglai't treats , res-
pcctiv cvy ! sa d Ul.tilct to Include all the Heal Es-
ualooivtho East and West sides of na'dpirtof
Thirteenth sirott to the middle of the block abut
I-AVINQ DISTRICT KUUBKRSIX (6) ( )
Shall Include all that part of Fourteenth strict
IjliU-bctwten the north ULO of the alley next
south'of Uarney st-ctt atd tto south ilnoof
Dodge utreet , oxctptlng the intern ctlona farmed
by tne ciossiag ot llarney , Farnam md Dcug us
ttreetp , respectively , bald ofa net tj Inilude
all roil ektita on bo eaU and west eld 8 of uald
parlof FourtecathsUoet to I ho inldd d of iho
block abuttlrg on said imt of > uuitetnth street.
PAVING DIHTKICT NUMlKR HRVK.N (7) ) .
filull Include thit part of Fifticnth street ijlnj
between the north line of the alloy mxt south
ot lUraoy street and the south lineal
Dod o street , except tlio intcrstctloa formed by
tttu crossing cf lUrney , iarnaiu and DougUs
street , retpoctiiely. Said olstrict 10 Include ill
real estnto on the east .nd H eat s d s cf laid part
of Vllteanth .treel to tbe middle ot the blocks
I'AVl.NU DlSTSirTMJMUBK XII11T(8) ( )
Sha 1 Include that part of Sixteenth eticot lying
between the south line of Uougl&a street anu
Izarcl street including a 1 real estate o a the cist
anil v en Hides ol s Ul part of Bliteenth ttreet
to the mlddlo of the block a'juttlu ; thercoa.
I'AVINO BILTRICT M'SIIIKR MINK (9) ( )
Shall Include all that part of Ilarnoy street 1) ) In ;
between the ia-t line of Ninth street and the
west line cf Fl'teectn street , rxccptlcg the Inter
sections roimei bj tbo crowing cf Tenth street.
Said district to Include all icul vs ate on the
north and south MUCJ of eaid part of llarney
street , back to Iho Bailey , through the bkcks
rA\i.\u msyiucr MIMI RTXNIO )
Shall Include all that port el Farnam street Ij Ing
botwtou the east line of Nictu ttictt and Sis-
teenth itreet. Said district to Ir.c UJo all real
eitato on inch side ot saldpjrtcf hrn m ctrtet
back to the alieja cxtondlug tnrcugh tbo b oeis
I'AMNO DISTRICT M'MRKR KLSNK.N (11) ( )
Sh ll Include nil that put of Douglaistio.t I ) Ing
between the east line of SUtecntu street and ti o
cast line ot Ninth s rcet nnd all lo s un I laulj
abutting upon that p < < rt of Daug'oi street and til
real esta'o rxrcnuln b ck to a lets through the
blocks on ( itherslile of > aid Do glassttect.
I'AVINQ DISTRICT NUMDJR TWKLVM (12) ( )
Snail Include all that part ot Dodge street lylnj
between the oslr.ocf ) alx'ceitas'reotftnd the
east line rf Thlrtecuth struct , bald ill'trict to
induiUallilm reil isa'.u on the miuth die of
sldp tof Urdge strict buck ti the adcy i.\-
tcadfnu through theblocksaouttln/outhe siuih
side it s > IJ pait of Hedge sine' ; altoal real o
Utoon thu mtth bile of wld p rt Cf 1'cdge '
sticet hick to the miidlu t f the b ncki abutting
on tbe north sida cf Slid part of Dodge struct.
Sue. 2 TnatsiM sctlon : onel ) . of ld orJIa-
rjco numbir Alt , enti'ltd ' n orJtrarc ] crea
ting pavlnj distil.ti Ij ths city of OiLaha , nuui-
beieUfrmii oto t'J thirteen , Inclutlvo , boano tro
same Ii hereby repeah d , prorlded th.t 11 tight
ana rinifdi.s that hive ut&cbtd , ars.n or a
crucd In u\ot of Ihoci'y 01 any mher party
thereunder , b on tin Kama are hcrcbtr savej
and protected , the tame ts If s ld MOiou had act
been repealed lcrby.
Stc. a That tald orJlntnc , number E34cn <
titled n ordlninci nvi dim ; tec 1/n one ( I ) ol
u oidlnanceo titled an rlinance creulngpiv
Ins dlst-lculnt oetj of ( ) m > ha , numbered r > no
to tM teju , Inclusive , number fit ? , and oil rther
ordl aicoi ml jait. of cid nances liuonlllct
v llh this erdluanei ) be , aul the iano aio hcnby
Hr.c , ) . This rrdinarco stiall take effect ud be
In f rce from and after Itspastatf.
I'juned M > rch C , 18-3
Attc.t ; j. j. L u. juwrrr ,
CHAS. KAUFJIANN ,
1'res. Clt ) Council pro tern.
Approved Match 8.1883.
3. E. BOYD ,
Maj or ot Omaha.
H. PHILLIPS ,
THE LEADING NEW YORK
Call And look over my nuw store and Be
my new goods.
1207 Farnam Street. 12U7
Under tba management of Mr. Kallih.
.SONAI. "Parts of the human body
. , de\elope < ] and strengthened , " etc. , u
an Interesting aii ert lenient long run In our
pifor. In reply to icqu'rles ' we will say that
there ao n Hence ( f humbug abaut this On
Ihe contrary , the advertlKrs arr very highly in
dorsed Interested persons nay get staled cir
culars giving all particulars , giving- all particu
lars , by addrtodnir Krle Medical Co. , P. O. Box
CIS. Buffalo , M. Y.-TolcJo Krenlnj BM-KC = ]
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS , J
Window and Plate Glass. J
UfAnyone contemplating building store , bank , or any other flnt . will find II ( o lh f
kntaga to correi end with ns befoia purchasing their Plato Glass.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - - NEB.
STEEIE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Bent Brands of
CIGARS m MAHUFiCTUBED TOBACCO ,
Agents for BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER 60.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOOK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Proa
1020 Far n ham Street ,
GALVANIZED IRON CORNIGES ,
Window Caps , Fimals , Skylights , &c.
410 THIRTEENTH STREET , .
- - - OMAHA , 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 STONES and
all descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as Low Pri
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see our Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
, THE LEADING
IN TDK WEST I
General Agents for the
Finest and Best Pianos and
Our prices are as Low as
and Dealer ,
Pianos and Organs sold
for cash or installments at
A SPLENDID stfck of
Steinw y , Chickeriner ,
Enabe , Vone & Bon's Pi
anos , and other makes.
Also Clough & Waren
Sterling Imperial , Smith
American Orpans , &c. Do
not fail to see us before
MAX MEYER & BRO. ,
A Large Stock always on Hand.
A. M. OLAK ,
3IBH WRITES feDEOniii .
WALL PAPER ! /55
Window Shades aufl Curtains ,
OORNIOES CURTAIN POLKS AND
Paints , Oils & Brushes.
107 Kontb 1 4th Utroot
OMAHA , UEBRASKA-
DAVIS BROTHERS ,
Printing Inks ,
Largest and most complete assortment of
blank books and office stationery in the city.
Bookkeepers are invited to examine onrStock
BEFOUE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE ,
DAVIS BROS' , V
15th Street Opp. Foil Offilca
N , B , Onr tock of Fanoy Stationary la oomploto In eyeryreapoot ,
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