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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE , SATURDAY. MARCH 20 , 183(5 ( ,
GOLDEN SEVERED THE BONDS ,
A OoTctona Youth 'fend A Qiddy Wlfo Skip
to tlio Suckef StAto.
THE FATHER SEEKS HIS CHILD.
The IMntlo Dashing Along nt n Wild
Ilntc Tlio lint nm-Moj or Bonn *
tint Social and Gen
IrnOM run nr.r/fi MKCOLV
Somo.moiitlis ago n neat looking young
clmp named David Golden went to worn
ns a laborer on a farm near York. In
time n flirtation sprung up between Ool-
den nnd the giddy wife of ono Itaml , n
follow farmer near by , which ripened Into
tin inlhnney not sanctioned bv law , and
very unpleasant to the husband. Matters
wont from bad to worse , until ono day
Mrs. Horn ! packed her grip and , taking
her young daughter , lied with Golden to
Jacksonville , 111. The woman is hand-
Boino nnd attractive , yet Hornl mourned
not. He would bo content , ho saltl , if
ho conld get the child back , to lot the
guilty pair stay in the wicked state of
Illinois unmolested. Accordingly , lie
made complaint against Golden lor child
stealing , and sent an oRlcor , .Shcriu" Ham
ilton of York , over to Jacksonville to
meet him , thinking that sooner than re
turn to Nebraska ho would give up the
kid. This , however , Golden refused to
do , and willingly burrcndcred to the
sheriff , knowing that , as the ulilld was
taken by Its mother , he could not hu held
on the charge. Ycstord-iy Golden and
Ills captor passed through Lincoln on
their way to York , where an immediate
discharge of the prisoner is uxn'oclcd.
! Mrs. Ijond remains at Jacksonville with
the child. Shu gives as a reason for de
serting her husband that he is coan > o and
linitul , a hard drinker , nnd otherwise an
unlit person to live with.
Till : 1'I.ATli : ON A WILD THAU.
The moist weather prevalent for n fovv
days back lias turned a great Hood of
water into the 1'latte from its numerous
tributaries , and the swollen .stream is
dashing along on its wild race to the
Missouri , threatening destruction to the
bridges that span it cast of Lincoln.
Thus far the only damage of moment re
ported is a break in the 15. & M. bridge
at Oreapolis , which occurred early yes
terday morning , cutting jott" direct con
nection with the metropolis. Thootlicials
of the road say that the damage is Mnall ,
and that they expect to have trains cross
ing as usual to-day. As it was yesterday ,
cvci'i thing to and from Omaha had to bo
run over the Union Pacific bridge to
Council IHutl's , thence to Pacilic Junction ,
and from there bnck across the Missouri at
Pialtsmoutli , and so on to Lincoln over tlio
main lino. IJotli the Union Pacific and
Burlington had to use this route , and us a
consequence trains were run with but lit
tle regaid for time-tables. Burlington No.
1 came in from the cast on time , but was
hold hero three hours for thp Omaha
stub , which was making the circuit via
Pacilic Junction. The Union Pacilic
overland came along the B. & M. tracks
at 3 o'clock , and was sent west to Kear
ney , u bad washout near Columbus on the
main line , and another near Valley , on
the Republican Valley brunch , making
tliis roundabout run necessary. About
Lincoln thcro is but little evidence of a
Hood beyond the fact that Salt creek is
pouring over its banks and drowning out
of their homes the veopio that live on the
bottoms.HOW A SCANDAL STAHTKD.
Tlio Ilarms-Moyer scandal turns out to
rest entirely on the advice given by Mr.
Harms , as a pastor , to MM. Meyer to in
duce her husband to give up tlio business
of liquor selling and lead a Christian life.
Ko thoroughly good man , Mr. Harms
said , could engage in that trallic , and the
ones who did were on tlio road to hull.
Mr. Meyers , who takes great pride in his
record as a treed citi/.en , became indig
nant when Mr. Harms' language was re
ported to him and -resented what lie
thought was n brutal attack on his char
acter , by publishing the card limited in
yesterday's BEI : . Mutual friends aro'now
at work trying to make a satisfactory ex
planation , and bring about a reconcilia
SOCIAL AND I'EllSONAL.
Aside from the niusicalo given by Miss
Coehrano and her pupils at t.'io univer
sity Tuesday evening , and the entertain
ment at the Presbyterian church , and
Knights of Labor ball nt Temple hall
Wednesday night , thcro has been nothing
to note in social circles this week , The
Lenten season is "on , " and most of our
Capital city people , being good church
members , are taking a rest from the
' lighter pleasures of everyday life.
At Miss Coehrnne's musiealo Tuesday
evening there was a generous attendance
and hearty appreciation of the line pro
gramme provided. The most pleasing
number was an instrumental quarleUo
or "double duett" by tlio Misses T. M.
Stetson , J. M. Edgrcn , Helen Aughoy
nnd Ida M. Wutkins.
Mrs. Tisdalo of Akron , Ohio , is the
guest of Miss ClairoFink in tiiis city.
O. W. Webster , the big shoo man , is
home from his southern tour , happy in
mind nnd healthy in body. Mrs.Vob \ -
fetoi1 is visiting friends in Ohio and will
not return for sovcral weeks yet.
Hov.Mr. Yonngblood olliciatcd nt the
nmrriixgo of Miss Artlm Klock to Charles
S. Strickland Wednesday evening. The
ceremony was strictly private , relatives
of the contracting parties only being
A novel and highly profitable enter
tainment was given at the Presbyterian
church Wednesday evening by tlio young
Indies of the Sunday school. In ono of
the class rooms was an art exhibition ,
consisting of paintings of nil kinds. In
. another room was a collection of rare
curiosities from all parts of the world.
Still another room was devoted to u brij-
Hunt 11 or ill display , and in the main audi
ence apartment a musiealo was given by
such masters ns Dr. Sa\by , Mrs. Maude-
llo , Mrs. Houbo , Mrs , Parks , Miss Howe
nnd Miss Doolittlo ,
Mrs. J.V. . Latham lias boon called to
Kvurotto , Kansas , by the terious illness
of her mother , Mrs. Perry.
Tliroo of Lincoln's German citizens ,
John Nollor and wife , and William
Wurst , have started on a visit to then
old homes at Hamburg.
Samuel Gabat , for a long time with J ,
B. Trickey & Co. , has gone to K\ \ Paso ,
Mexico , to go into business on his owi :
Mrs. Sowcll lias returned from n lon < :
visit with lior sister , Mrs. Hoyco Cheney
at Sioux City ,
Itichard Kitchen and his mother are tin
guests of Landlord Kitchen tit the Com
Gcorgo Putttirson , an lown man , wh (
claims to have lived in tills atato for ovci
it year past , lias begun an action in tin
district court for a divorce from Ids wifi
May , The platnlin" alleges that ho wu :
married ntMarahalltowu , Iowa , in May
1SS1 , nnd Unit soon thereafter his will
went to Council IJlufTt ) , whuiu&ho becanu
an inmate of a house of prostitution am
committed adultery with numerous men
The wife of Deputy State Ti ensure
Bnrtlott , while handing out n dinner tot
tramp the other day , was assailed by tin
brute , who tried to grab a valuable dia
inoiul rinjr from IUT linger. * The arrivn
of Mr , Bartlett frightened the chap nwa ;
before securing tlio spark ,
Frank Sheldon is inaugurating hlsmaii
ngcincnt of the Lincoln Street Uuihvn
company by making a number of ini
provomentt ) , prominent among which 1
the building of a line barn nt tlio corn ?
of O and Twontyovuutli street ! ) , fo
ho.ising Block and cars.
Tlio Nebraska Stock Yunli comnan ,
signed n lonso yesterday giving to Silbcr-
horn & Co. , of Chicago , control for ten
yonrs of ono of the $ M,000 packing houses
to bo erected this spring.
The Fitztcoralds will bo banqueted nt
the Windsor to-night by the gentleman
whoso name they bear.
Salt Creek bottoms , west of the city ,
nro covered with from two to four feet of
water , nnd families living on the adja
cent lowlands arc moving out ns rapidly
Ilia main point made by Attorney
General Lce o In his mellon to dismiss
tlio writ of error granted by the United
Slates supreme court in the Boliannon
case , is that the section of tlio constitu
tion providing that no person shall bo
twice put in jeopardy of life or limb for
the same ollc'iiso is intended for a restraint
on the notion of tlio federal government
only , and can not bo applied to individ
ual states. The motion will bo argued nt
Washington April 12.
The gunners are having line sport
shooting wild ducks on Cfopscy's ' lake ,
live miles northeast of the city.
The board of regents of tlio stale
university voted nt their meeting Thurs
day evening not to take linnl action on
the establishment of a school of veteri
nary science in connection with the insti
tution , until the' regular meeting ot the
board in Juno next.
Engineer Tom Tucker of the B. & M.
is credited with the fastest long run over
made over the road. Wednesday ho
pulled a special , containing Vice Presi
dent Potter and Manager lloldrcgc , from
Denver to Akron , Ml miles , in five hours
nnd ten minutes , an average of lifty
miles tin hour including stops.
J O. Kikenbarry , Pialtsmoutli ; U. S.
Fuller , Crete ; A. D. Hicks and wife ,
Seward ; II. G. Clark , Omaha ; William
P. Hellings , Omaha ; T. C. Callahan ,
Friend ; E. D. Webster , Strntlon.
Thy wlndsaioon thclrwamlurlnpways ,
Ulght pleasant me these eaily days
Of time , Inifictuniis March I
Thy winds nio on their unndciiiig ways ,
lint all the azure aich
And pearls anil white ,
And dimming tints , and clmiiirlng form ,
Is cvoiy cloud that only seems
To iincl In n wuild ot dio.ims ,
And feel no fear ot storm.
Thv chlhl-liko icckk'ss fiollc sweeps
The leaves ol Autumn gone ,
From bough to boimh then gajly leaps
To bid now buds come on.
With toss and shako
The trees shall wake ,
Their life blood ilso lioin deepest root ,
Till o\or all shall cmi'iald green ,
A lovely , liIng lobe bo seen ,
And fragrant lluwer nnd liuit.
Thou 1ms n March , too , life o" inlne.n
A March that liiiRCts long.
And lesolnto the pin pose tliino'J
That ti cables make me stioiigl
Kt like on ; I bear !
"I'ls only alrl
And lo\o directs the wildest blasts ;
And pleasant cj.iys for oven mo
Come now mm then , mid 1 shall see
The llo\\er and t'uilt at last I
A man nijcd sixty-years , who claims never
to have hud a tooth , ) ms been biought for-
waul In New London , Conn.
Some parts of ( Icoisln me so infested with
deer and wild tuikevs that the people ha\o
to drive them out of their Holds to piotect
A suit over a disputed undertaker's bill In
Cleveland , O. , dc\elopcd the fact that the
undertaker had ictnliied one of the eyes of
the coipso as acuiloslty.
A professor in nntmal history announces
that ho has a cat which Is especially fond of
peanuts. The cat cuicks and eats the pea
nuts ns If they \\eie usual cut diet.
Several days njro Mis. Fiocd , at Heavc-
Falls , I'a. , gave bhth to n daughter weighing
ono mid a li.ilf pounds. The little inito is as
lively as a cilckct and perfectly lomiccl.
Bea\eis In Fall Creek , Kan. , have cut
down 100 tiecs this winter , some of them
eighteen inches In diameter , floated some ot
the los ; down stic.im neaily a mile and built
u complete ( tain ncross the creek.
A lion's cub. bom In .England nnd suckled
by a dop , glow stiong mid lusty , loyed Its fos
ter-mother and refuses to ent raw meat.
Mnnyofits natmnl clmracteilstlcs seem to
hnvo bocu materially modllied by Its eaily
northein Alabama has bc-
como the acknowledged master ot a largo
tract of wooded countiy. Hunteis give the
place a wide boitb. Afewdajsngo tlionnl-
nial lacerated a pack of hounds so badly tliat
they will never be of service again.
A Inrgo bald-hr.idrd cnglo was caiitnrcd In
Lynn , Conn. , which had nn old fashioned
sleigh bell securely fastened to Its neck. The
caplm e clears up a nivstory which has piu-
/ led hshcimen mid sailors of tnut region tor
sevc'ial years. The mysterious bell lias been
rcfinidru with superstitions diead by them.
One of the curiosities of agriculture. If
such It can bo called. Is n geese farm on the
eastern shore of Virginia. Within an nrea
of about U.OOO acres live 5,000 geese of seveial
varieties , attended by holders nnd icgidnrly
led with com , etc. The object Is the collec
tion of down for quilts mid pillows , and
oaco in about six weeks n plucking Ukos
place. Only the breasts nnd sides under the
wings nro plucked.
A yoimjj lady in Oranvllle , Nov. , Is cu-
lionsfy and amusingly gifted. Her toes nro
bo supple that she can sunn the great and
third too of cither toot with as sharp and
clt-ar n ropoit ns the average man makes
when ho snaps Ids thumb and finger. She is
diffident about exhibiting her peculiar ac
complishment , out her intimate tilcnds as
sert thai she Is ijultoau adept , and can keep
good time to a lively jig.
Ono of the workmen In the bluestone quar
ries on the Laekawaxcn river keeps his
family well supplied with duck meat Ilo
sets ordinary steel rat traps baited with fish ,
whenever ho liuds an open shallow spot In
the ice-bound river. The ducks go there to
swim and limit for food , see the nsh under
the water , dive foi It and get caught by the
head , and a series of duck tails sticking out
of the water mmk the spots where they died.
Aftlrononicis nio now nblo to promise the
pom'ial public a splendid spectacle , as both
Fnbry'saud Halliard's comets aio likely to
bo easily visible to the unaldod uyo about the
end of April mid beginning of May , both ,
too , In n position wheio they will honbovo
the horizon all night , and not tir distant
from e.icli other , the former , which will bo
the blighter ot the two , being In the con
stellation Perseus , and the latter In Audio-
A rovolyor in n glass cnso , surrounded
by pictures of beats and surnwunted by
the motto , "Pay or Pray , " aids a Nebraska -
braska photographer in conducting his
business * on tlio cash plan.
25 YEARS IN USE.
ThD Oreatcrt Medical Triumph of the Age !
SYMPTOMS OF A
IiO of nppetlte , llowcls coillvt' , i'ulu lu
the bend , llu a dull ccuiutlou lu thu
buck puit , 1'u I u uu-cr Ihu UoulJtr-
blnilc , I'ullcon after callaa , with mill-
Inclination to uzuriiou of bodr orinlnd ,
Irrilubllliroflciuper , I.o\r plilti , trlih
nfccllnciif Unvlniiiicglectcil eonio iltity ,
WenriucM , Illzrlucn , t'lullerlucnt iho
Henri. Dutu bufuiulho cyc § , Ilcadacha
over iho licht cyo , lip tlciineia , wllb
dtfuldruii ins , I Hshly colored Urlac , nud
rrOXT'M l'ILL nro especially aiJapted
to eucli cases , ono Uosa ciructa eucli a
Tlvey Intrr o the Appetite , unjcaiuo the
body to TaUo ou KIc lllliu tbe tyitcin U
iiouriitieil.cnil by tbilrToiilc Action on
liroduei-il. 1'rlM UBc. [ Itfiirrav N11V.V.
TUTT'S ' EXTRACT SAHSAPARILLA
fienaratea the body , maLeu huolthy UuJi.
ctrenetheua the woat , repalntho asteaol
Vbe system vrlth pure tlcxxl and hard muscle ;
toned Uit * ceryoiu system , Invigorates the
brain , nj Imparts the vigor of ouutiood.
f 1 . 8ol J br unu Utu
I10NKV FOll THK
Shoulder capos ot knitted Bilk nro light
Norfolk Jacket * IIRVO ono wide plnlt nt the
bnck nnd one In front
On the now spnnc parasols n ribbon bow Is
tied Just under the handle.
nirds nnd ornnmcnti , but no flowers , Is the
sprint ; millinery mandate.
White mahogony Is the present testhcttc
cr.i70 In bed room turnlturc.
V-shaped necks filled In with lace are inoro
popular than the square cut.
Jetted twines have strlncs vrlth designs In
round bends nnd pendants.
Durlnp the summer hair w 111 contlnuo tote
to be woin high on the head.
Purled wines on ribbons have entirely
stipcrscdcd the straight edges.
Oiilinpi-s nnd plastrons will 1x5 worn with
dri'vscsot every soil of malcilal.
Parisian fashion decrees that each dress
must him1 n mantle to correspond.
( Jnlloons of loops nnd fra > cd ends of braid
arc employed for ti limiting mantles.
Quantities ot Ilnmbnig ctlRltiR and Inser
tion will bo used on summer toilets.
Hats nml bonnets of tlio amo material ns
thudicss1111m In vogue this spring.
The new glnulinms with loncli surfaces
do not look ns it they \\ould wn&h well.
\Vnlls nro moio and more IUIHRlth cic-
tonnc nnd satin In piulurcnco lo paper.
Nina Moulton Is the Hoston clrl who Is to
many the ilchest nobleman In Donmnik.
1'rald Is utcd for trlinmiiiR tlannel and
lleht-\\clght cloth diesses lei youiiR girls.
A Oeoicla woman , seventy years old , has
nuvei eaten a mouthful of meat ot any kind.
Underclothing Is now frequently made of
silk and Is moio claboiately trimmed than
lildcsciMit and jet beaded tissues ma
shown in rieli designs for panels and plas-
Kino cotduroy will bo used fet cuffs , col-
hits and levers for woolen dresses foi chil
The popular Ciotchon diess will bo
woin during tlio coming season by little
liesses will be more tilinmcd with other
materials in shines than combined with
Hunches of tinseled feathci-tlps will bo
much woin on thu hair with evening summer
readier stitching of silk ot contrasting
color Is cmplojed lor tilmming costumes for
The old time fashion of trimming the
edges of basques with bead pendants has
0 icnllio fringe , passomonteilo , lace and
feather band * are emplojed to tilm the
bmall mantles lor spilng wear.
Velvet basque bodices may bo worn with
contiastlng shuts of silk or wool and tulle or
lace. Tlie velvet should be of n dark color.
Spring jackets of line striped or checked
Cheviot nio tilinmcd with caul oinaments ,
the cuffs being of moire antique or velvet
A Mhltileboro woman who found thcro
were burulurs in the house , I lightened them
away by ringing a large bell out of the win
Gay nml pretty coisages made of wide Ho-
111.111 sash , ilbhon are worn by young ladles
tobilghten up dark or black silk or satin
Mrs. Ingalls. ot San Jose , Gal. , owns and
manages a tune farm of about twelve acies ,
from which she annually reaps a hat vest
valued at 54,000.
Ladles' cloth oodlces , of brown , blue , gray ,
and led nro woin with skills ot I'miiiculplain
or striped mateiial , and tuo trimmed hussar
fashion with cold.
Kli/a Harvey , long a pensioner of Tiinlty
church , Pittsbuig , and supposed to liavo been
penniless , died recently and was found to
liavo § 1,000 in the savings bank.
Acoloicd woman , Miss Carrie Bragg , is
editor ot the Virginia Lancet , published at
Petcrsbmg , Va. , tlio only nevvapapcr lu tlio
Union conducted by n colored woman.
Burlington , Vt. , girls may bo found in the
shops of that clty.both as clerks and cashieis.
Many a daughter of well-to-do parents cams
her $10 a week and clothes herself upon it.
A lady of chailtable disposition asked a
tiamp it she could not assist him by mumling
his clothes. "Yea , madam , " ho"said. . " 1 have
a button and If you will sew a Mill ton It I
will bo greatly obliged. "
Country Aunt "It must bo terrible hard
woik dancing at a full-dress b.tlL" City
Niece ( dressed for the ball ) "It is veiy fa
tiguing. " C. A. "i thought so , seeing as
you're almost stripped to tlio waist lor it. "
A Hutfalo woman has biought suit against
n hair dresser of that city , claiming $2,000
damages tor tailure to bleach her hair and
make her a blonde. Tlio woik was not
propeily done and the hair had to bo cut olf.
Little capes with high collaisaio made of
the same fabric as the dioss and will bo worn
when only a light wrap is needed. They nro
hiiishcd with icvcrs and Ureton vest of con
trasting material. Below tlio roveis are huge
Velvet flowers , ostrich tips and ribbon
loops have happily superseded the use of
birds lor millinery piuposcs. It is quite a
relief not to see birds of all sl/es and shapes ,
in all sorts of unnatui.d positions , placed
recklessly upon bonnets nnd hats.
Now polonaise are modelled by Parisian
dcslgneis to lit tlio form like a Jersey One
giacetid shape is made with a vest and ie-
vcrs bovond ot velvet , It has ono slnclo dart
on eacll side of the trout nnd a deep curving
one under the anus.
Slierlll McKay , of Tuscola county , Mich. ,
was ill thn othei day , and his seventeen-oar-
old daughter llattiu put a icvolver In her
pocket and took Samuel Woodman , who had
been sentenced to a year's Imprisonment , to
the Jacksgn penitentiary , She dld't put on
A laily who boards In a hotel at Lltchfield ,
Conn. , was annoyed by the Blanimlni : of a
window shutter the other nltiht. dually ,
with much trouble , she located the room , en
tered , raised the window , fastened the shut
ter , and was horrilictl when the calm voice of
a Huston drummer in the bed bald : "Ihauk
you , ma'am. "
Mrs. Gcoigo II. Pcudloton Is credited with
leveling at O.scar Wilde one of the keenest
shafts of wit which ho was the target when
\ islting this country. Ho had icuiaiki'd , dis
paragingly , that "Ameiica has no lulus and
noted curiosities , you know. " She Is said to
have retorted , "The ruins will COIPO in time ,
and as for the curiosities wo Impoit them ,
Among the new shades of color aio some
very beautiful pale lose tints for evening
wear under transparent mateiials , and also a
number of exquisite mauve ci > e , to be used
In combination with black or white luce
gowns , and with vvhltn seuil-diaiihitnous tox-
tiies. Primrose , amber , corn-jellovv , and
two or three tones ot gold are tobevciy
tashlonuhly used in satin piinccssu slips
under black lace toilets. Of grays thne are
some lovely peail , dove , and golilon-tavvii
tints , while dm pastel shades , both in grays
and biovvns. are being largely used by all the
Fogg says ho keeps Lent every Sunday-
Appropiiato sign for church In need of mu
sicians : "Wanted Singers ; In choir within , "
"Aroyou a marrying man ! " was asked of
asombei-looking man at a recent up-town
reception. "Yes , sir , " was thupiompt reply ;
"I'm a cleigymau. "
Blind Tom , die "boy pianist , " Is on
another concert tour. lib and the "hoy
pieachoi" will soon bo qualified , as to age , lor
admission to the old men's home.
An enterprising person ot Cedar Ilaplds ,
Iowa , has started the business of tuinlshliig
sermons to help ministers ovnr hard places.
Thuy are mudo to suit all ciccds and denom
1 Some masked citizens of Akron , Ind. , the
other night stoned a church In which a num
ber of persons claiming to bo sanctified weie
worshipping. Thu mcctlugand wiudowswere
bioken up ,
A Willlston woman begged her husband to
subsciibo tor a certain loliglous paper , on
thogiound that it was not posted noi cut ,
and that it made the best bustle ot any paper
Hev. Henry Ward Beecher 1ms been preach
ing n scimou to "men who cannot smile , "
mi have not explicit Information , but sup
pose it must icier to prohibitionists ; but
even lu that case wo think H. W , B , is mis
"Mother , what is an angel ? " "My dear , it
Is a little girl w 1th w ings who flies. " "But I
heaid papa telling the governess yesterday
that the was an angel ; will she Ily ? " "Yes ,
my dear , she will Ily away the first thing to
In tile church last Sunday wo snw no less
than two hundred women with birds on their
bonnets , lu this instance , perhupa.tlio wom
en \ \ choice of mlllincVy , for
of course , biuls worn at church are birds of
piay. ( Bootou Transcript.
Six-year-old Mnry If. Informed the family
n fcvvtlfiysngo that1 Me wished to' go to
church Sunday , ns she wns Interested In what
would be said. After touch persuasion she
wns Induced to say thSt she "spccted after
the men and womeii hhfl mine the minister
worth ! gel up ntuUsny : 'Tlio Progressive
Whist club will meet , with Mrs. M. next
Wednesday nlqht' "
Elko Is now without n minister of nny
denomination , ami there seems to bo no oc-
cnslon for one , ns our citizens nil seem to bo
enjoying very good health nnd pencn reigns
witljlnour border ? . Tlio mst two expert
mcnts In that direction proved In each rase
to bo rnthcr nn expensive luxury , ( Elko
( Ncv. ) Independent ,
"Wo have called1 Itev. Dr. Blank to our
church next year."You don't mean 111 1
never heard of him. > Vhat church has ho
ever had ? Is ho a famous pieaclieii' "Ka-
mous preacher/ Should say ho was. Ho has
bien Indicted by n grand jury twice , nnd was
three times suspended fiom tlio ministry in
f our v cars. 1 expect we shall have to build
nn addition to our church in six months. "
The oldest Kplsconal church In this coun
try lhat In Wflllnnisburg , Va. which con
tains the font In which Pocnhontas was bap
tized , nnd which hnshnd among Its commun
icants CSeorge nnd Martha Washington , is
repotted to bo sadly out of repair. If all
w no clnlm to bo descendants of Pocahoiitns
would contribute townrd Its renovation It
would bo the most liberally endowed church
iu the country. _
A Hncliclor's Carol.
I'm a jolly old bachelor , bllthonnd jocose ,
I'm ns hnppy ns June days are long.
How 1 pity > ou Benedicts , dull nnd moiosn.
Who can see now just whcio you wont
I've had nanovv escapes , too , myself In my
And my gratitude now I express
n slnceilty. If not In nitistlc rhyme ,
To the dear glils who wouldn'tbay Yes.
Thciowas Kate , now , the beauty whollrst
won my heart ,
If sho'tt had me , wheio would I be now ?
'lovldlng lor .seven four years liom tlio stall ,
And buying the "milk ot ono cow. , '
Then Jennie , who jilted mo nc\t , what of
She's an Invalid now , thin mid pale.
And her husband has mined himself they
Buying tonics and Bass' pale ale.
Then Molllo , nud Ltllle , and flcrtrudo nnd
nd Fanny , and Florence nnd Mny ,
i\.nd Jessie , nnd Joslc , nnd Hnlllo and Nell ?
All wrinkled nud laded to-day ,
While I'm as jolly and young ns a boy ,
And my thanks once again I e\pu'ss
To th ( ! scoinlnl joung maidens , pioud ,
Imtiffhty nnd coy ,
To the dear clils who wouldn't say Yes.
Professional boxers are not allow ed ad
mittance into llarvaid's ' gymnasium.
Two Amciican professors nio said to have
lieen engaged for tlio piopossd university In
Usoka , Japan.
Thoavernce salaries of school teachers in
Nevada me , lor males 551-10 a month and for
emalcs SOU n month.
In the United States every two-hundredth
nan takes a college course ; In Kngland
vciy live-liundreth ; in Scotland , eveiy slx-
lundiedth and liflecnth and in Ucimany ,
eveiy one-hundredth and thirteenth.
Chinese children turn their backs on the
.eachcr when they rucltn. There is no cate
chising of childien in the Chinese .schools ;
they simply learn n'.thiifg by heart and go up
ami iopc.it it.with their faces turned fiouitho
blackboard nnd the teacher.
There will bo an Innovation nt the com
mencement exeioisos nf Cornell university
; hls jt-ar. "Tho Russian Honeymoon , " Is teL
L > o piesentod by the students , with the assis
tance of Mr. .lames Brown Potter , who will
of course ? play the part of 1'alcska.
The lire nt Seton Hall college at South
Oiange , N. J. , consumed tlio most easteily ot
tlio live college bulldlngsv the colh'co proper
at a loss ot S4),000 , wliich is coveted by in-
suiaucc. The students. 100 in all , have re
turned to their homes' for an ; Indefinite
icrlod. t i
If you suffer froinhoosencss of the bowels.
ngostura HU torswill surely cure > ou ,
Beware of countui felts and ask your grocer or
diuggist lor the genuine uitlcle , prcpaicd by
Ur. J ! G. B. Slcgort A Sons.
A hugo California nnvvk swooped down
ou a sleeping cat at Santa Itosa tlio other
day nnd bore it squalling and scratching
lijgh in the air. When about 500 feet
high the htiWK lost its grip and thu cat
cumo down with fearful velocity , but the
hawk ctiught it again just before it struck
the earth and was carrying it off when
suddenly both fell like lead to the Ground.
The cat nnd bitten through the navvk's
head , killing it insUmtly , and the fall
killed the cat.
The warmer weather often has a lie-
pressing and debilitating effect. Hood's
Sarsaparilla overcomes all languor and
A pair of crows owned by a Now Hart
ford family became such inveterate
thieves , especially of jewelry or nny
gli.stcninij thing , that they were placed in
n bag and driven off to a wood some
eight miles distant and there released
the owners not caring to kill the crows
wliich hud been pets. Botli turned up
again at their foriner.homo , and very ovi-
dcntly highly gratified at getting back.
'All Men Are Linrs , "
said David of old. Ilo was probably
prompted.to make the above remark nf ter
trj ing some unreliable catarrh remedy.
Had ho been permitted to live until the
present day and tried Dr. Sago's
Heincdy , ho might have had a better
opinion of mankind. Wo claim that no
case of catarrh can withstand Iho mngio
cfl'ects of this wonderful medicine. Ono
trial of it will convince you of its oflicacy ,
By druggists ; ( ifty cents.
Except in extreme western Kansas live
stock is reported to have come through the
winter well , although there wore some
heavy losses in hogs from cholera.
The baby Is welt Ked Star Cough
Cure removed its croup. Twenty-live
The Welsh communities in the United
States sire talking of taking up 10,000 ,
acres in ono locality and buying adjacent
lauds for the purpose of establishing n
TILES : PILES' I ILRS
A sure euro for Blind , Bleeding , Itchln
nnd Ulceiated Piles has buon dlscoveicd by
Dr. Williams , ( un Indian remedy ) , called Or
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment A single
box has cured the worst chronio cases o.f as or
tiO j ears standing. No fine need suffer live
minutes after applying tliis wondoiful south
lug medicine. Lotions .and Instruments do
more harm than good. Williams' Indian
Pile Ointment absoibs the tumors , allays the
intense. Itching , ( particularly at night after
Dr. Fni7ier8 Mau-lc Ointment cim-s as by
agio , Pimples , Bluck Heads or Oiubs ,
Blolchcs nnil Eruptions on the face , leaving
IhobKin clearand beautiful. Also cures Itch.
Salt JtlHHIm , Sore NipiHe * . Soru Lips , ami
Old Obstinate Ulcer * .
Sold by druggists , or lualled on receipt of
CO cents. f '
Ketalled by Kuhn , & Co. , and Schroetcr < Sr
Coiuad. At wholesale by C. F. ( ioodmaii.
Horcaf.cr nil Chinese going over the
southern division of tlio Grand Trunk
raihond will bo passed in bond , and tin
conductors will be held responsible tosei
that none of the Mongolians are ullowui !
to stop in Cuuuda.
Why suffer with mumps ? St. Jacob ;
Oil always cures them. Fifty cents i
"When fl bj wa elck , we Rave her04k < orla ,
When Ue wu a Child , ( lie cned for Caittria ,
When > ho became Mlai , she clung to Castoria ,
Wlim itio 1ml CUUdrea , abe jare Uiem Cwstoria ,
SOMETHING Fen DYSPEPTICS.
A Uolutlcil Pcopto.
( From Ihf Fhtla , MnHMl llceonl. )
\Vo do not mean to intimate that nil the
so-called remedies for dyspepsia nro value
less , but hnmnn credulity Is so stiong ,
that some unscrupulous persons trndo
upon the fears of the weak nnd debilita
ted. Among the things which appeal so
strongly to tins weakness nro Bitters. The
very name Is in their favor. The mode
of life of the average American is of such
a character , tlml ho is constantly In need
of n tonic. Ho is rushed at his business ,
swallowing his meals hastily and without
nny Ihonght as to the capacity of his
stomach for digestion , takes little rest ,
nnd necessarily feels hipped ; is subject to
headache , nntl takes often a gloomy view
of things generally. In such cases ho ro-
sorls to bitters , under thu delusion that
they will act on the secretions of the
stomach and give the system now strength
nnd energy. Tlio writer recently pur
chased samples of four of the most wide-
ly-ndvcrtised bitters in the market , and
tlio simple chemical analysis to which
they were subjected showed thnt they
cQiitalned nuout ! 10 per cent , ( tliu amount
tlio Government allows ) of the most poi
sonous and adulterated alcohol , and thai
the residuum consisted of various foreign
substances , which vvoro simply added as
Unvoting extracts to disguise tlie tnsto ( if
the original compound. Tlio poorer tlio
giado of the nlconol the more vicious is
the compound. The valno which so-cnUrd
bjtlors tire supposed toluivo is of a purely
liicticious character. In fact , In time
they irritate nml injure the delicate mem
brane of the stomach and so vitiate tlio
taste that the palnto boon oannol distin
guish between good and bad. These do-
roctions arc consumed principally by the
debilitated , Ihu convulobccnt , the depressed -
pressed nnd pai tieulurly by aged people
ami weak women and others to whom a
stimulant is indispensable. Now , while
alcohol , especially in the form of whisky ,
is ncknowcledged to be the best stimu
lant , nnd is proscribed nnd used by phy
sicians for this purpose everywhere , wo
can't conceive why people will insisl
upon taking tin ; alcohol in the form of a
decoetlon , the conipounding of which
they know nothing and which , as
shown by analysis , contains fusel oil , vit
riol , catoehu ami poisons of the most
deadly kind , ll would bo far belter for
them to come out boldly and use the pure
article , something made from malt in
which llioro is no fusel oil. There may
bn a little dinieulty in obtaining an aiti-
cle of this kind , us there is only ono linn
in the country t c. , the dijcovcicrs of
Dufly's pure malt whisky , which distils it
nnd wliich combines food and stimulating
A. K. Riley , the well known Harlan
attorney , was in the city vestoiday.
CAPITAL 1'IUZE , § 75,000
Tickets only W. Stinros in Proportion.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
! 'Wo do hoioby curtlty tliat < ve Bupornso the
nrriin omcnts for nil the Monthly and Quarterly
Drawings of The Ix > uislana Stiito Lottery
Company and In person muimpo nnd control
tbo Drnwlnirs tbenisclvos , nnd Unit the game uru
conducted with honesty , fullness imd In ( rood
faith toward nil parties , nnd wo authorize ) the
Company to use this certificate , with fac-slmlics
of our slifimturos iittnohod In Us advcrtlsinea
We , the undersigned Hanks nnd IlankeiR , will
pay all Prizes cliauii In The Louisiana bluto Lotteries -
tories which may bo presented at our counters
J. II. OOLKSHY ,
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
BAJIUKL ii. KiNNir > v ,
Fres. State National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank.
Incorporated In 1803 for 25 years by the lojf Is-
laturotor Kducatlonnl and Ubniltnblu nurposoa
wltliucntiU | ! of $1,000,000 to which u reserve
fund of over f V)0OUO has since been added.
Ily nn overwhelming popular rote Us f rnnohlso
wns mndo n part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. A. I ) . IBT'J.
The only lottorru\ voted on and endorsed
by the people of any stnto.
Jt never senior or postpones.
Itsiinind Elnglo nunibor drawing's tiiko place
monthly , und the oxtioordlnary drawings IL'U-
larly every three months Instead of eoml-nnnu
nlly nsnuretolore , utilniilnrMaieh ( , 18MI.
A Sl'I.KNllll ) Ol'rOHTU.N ITV TO Wl N A FOUTUNF.
4th Grand Uran IIIK , Class y , In the Academy of
Music , Now Orleans , Tuesday , Apr. Mill , 18bJ
Olst Monthly Druwnnr.
CAPITAL PREZE $75,000.
100,000 Tickets lit Flvo lollaia Kach. Tractions
in Fifths , In Proportion.
I CAPITAL MHZE . $75,000
1 do do . SJ.OOO
1 do do . 10,000
8PUIZKS OF . 0,000 12,000
G do . 2,000 10.000
10 do . ' 1,000 10,00(1 (
'M do . MM 10,000
lee do . uoo ao.ooo
: jui do . 101) ) yo.ooo
W do . CO JTj.OOO
1000 do . 2J a.OOO
0 Approximation l'rl/es ol 5750 . 0,750
! ) do do UU . 4.VJO
0 do do
11)07 ) Prlrof. nnmuntlnp to ,
Application for i ut s to clubs should bo rando
nly to tlio olllco of the company In New Or
lean : .
For further Information wnto clearly , mvinif
full address. POSTAL NOTKS , Express Money
Orders , or New York Exchange in ordinary let
ter. currency bv oxuruss ( all sums of (5 und up-
nardg at our uxpensu ) uddiogsou ,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN ,
Washington , ! ) . 0.
Mnko P. 0. Money Orders payable and nddroij
rcir'taterod letters to
NEW OULUANS NATIONAL HANK ,
Now Orleans , La.
totbl * wufl ! urf ltpfpilR. t > i&rtbi i ( enf l n , nk
< u a.n a it , p.r . " ' t > "i * t tittt i r " < ui > i. " > ;
U rtu. * f chtvta tfnt. uaj t * 411 ua ( r ilfiakl Trf II , BK1
U * rt * f c Btorf.tu A.k * our cr r cr druuul f < * U.ivakMM
Miia .uu.ur uff4t > r IK / u D fcIt.Gt.HT4 o A
; . w. wufrrmmt , CCLS iEir ,
ci unoALtim' ff. r.
Z > JB. U AIR'S
This Invaluable epoclQo readily and pprmn-
ncntly cures nil kinds of Asthma. Tliu must
pbstlnato and Ion ? standing cases yield prompt
ly to Its wonderful curlnii properties. It Is
known througUuut tliu world for Its unrlvulod
J. J CALDWELL , city of Lincoln , Nob. , writes ,
Jan. 25 , Ibbl : blnco usliu : li. ) llalr'n Aetbma
Cure , for more than ono j car , my wife has boon
entliuy well , and nut o\on u symptom of the
dteenru lias appeared.
WILLIAM JIKNNKTT , lllchland , Iowa , write * .
Nov. 3d , 1B3J : I have been allllctod with I lay
Foxurand Asthma since ISi'J. I lolloivcd your
directions and mu happy tq say tliut I no\oc
Elept tetter In my life. I nm triad that I am
among the many who can speak so fa\orubly of
your remedies *
A valuublaCi page treatise containing similar
B toof from every btato In the U. S. , Cunuda atU
rcat Ilrll ln , will bo mailed upon application
Any < 1 lu.'sUt pottiarlax U lo 'glockwlUuro -
DEWEY & STONES'
Oncoftfie Best ctn $ Lvrjasb Stools ii ) the U.S.
to Select from.
No Stairs to Climb , Elegant Passenger Elevator ,
M. BURKE & SONS ,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
OKO. nUIUCK , Mnnasor.
UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB.
THE BESTTHREAD FOR SEWING MACHINES
SIX-CORD SOFT FINISH SPOOL COTTON.
Full Assortment for sale to the Trade by
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER ,
OMAHA OPEN BOARD OF TRADE.
PARLEY & CO. ,
BROKER SIN GRAIN
Provisions and II. R. Stocks.
Street Omaha Nebraska.
1305 Douglas , , .
llxccutooiilcra Tor pniclmso or solo of wliont ,
corn , polk nnd rnlhouil stocks.
Holer by permission In the Omnlm National
Hank. Flistclius uttintlon lo orders from In-
tuilor which moeolklloil. FAltLKY A. CO.
A DIRECT LINE FOK
England , France & Germany.
The stemiiblilps of this null known line nro
built of lion , In wutor-tl bt compnitmcnlB , uud
1110 furnlshud ultli uvury loriulsitu to iniiko Ihu
l > a < > Biiral | > oth eiifo nnd nsrecnlilo. Tlioy cany
thol'nitod Stut < > 4tindKur < > ] ) ( Mi ! mnil , mid lenvu
Now York Thursdays and Saturdays for Plv-
ranulh. ( IONUONCliorbouffl ) ( > AKla auU HAM-
Hcturnliipr. the stonmors leiivo Hnmbure on
Wetlnesilnys nnd Huniiii > s , \li. : lluvio , tuklntr
passoncoi slit Soul Immiiton nnd 1/oiidon.
1'lrht cnbln $51) ) , fcOJ nnd $75 ; StconiRO fil.
Uallroiid tickets Irom Plymouth to Itri-uol , Cur-
illir. London , or to any plucu In tlio Soutb or
nd , FHK15. SteoriJKO from Europe only
Send for "Tourist JH.roIti > . "
U. . H1CUAIID * CO. ,
01 Bromlwny , Now York ; Wnslitugtou
Sullo fcts. CblcoKO. 111.
Red Star Line
Carrying ; thonolg-lum Hoyol nml United States
.Mullsailing every Hatuiday
Between Antwerp & New York
TO THE RHIHE , GERMANY , ITALY , HOL
LAND AND FRANCE.
Salqn from $00 to $100. Excursion trip from
fllOto JISO. Ssoonrt Cubm fit ) , und Excursion
t'X ) . btforaifo pii3Miii ! ut low rules. 1'otor
VVi lull t i. Sons , Ueucrul Agouti * , 5'j UroaJwuy ,
Omnlm , Nulinrtlcn , Fiunl : E. Mooros , W. , St , L.
& . l > . tlckut
Milwaukee & St. . Paul
The Short Line
and Best Route
Eroi Omaha to the East.
TVVOTUA1NS DAILY UETWKEN OMAHA AND
Chlcntfo , Mlnnomiolls. MlUviiuliou ,
SI. 1'iiul. Co < lur Huplda , Iluvuniiort ,
Clinton. Uulmqiio , Koclifoid ,
Hock Iclnna , Fruopoit , Jnnnsylllu ,
Klttln , Mnillbon , LaCrossu ,
AuiloJl other Important points Iloit , Northou
Ticket oflleo ut 1101 I'lirnain stitiot , ( In Taxton
Ilotoll. und ut Union 1'uultto Dopot.
I'ullinun Slcopors und tliu l-'liwtt - lllnlng- Cue *
In tbo World mo run on tlio iniiln lines of tlio
UliiCAao.Mu.WAUKKi : AT. . IMui. lUii.WAV.unJ
every uttentlon is pnld lo iiiissonirora by couitu-
ous employes of ilio company.
It. MIU.EII , Gfiiurul .Miinaier.
J.F.TIICKBII. AhsMnnt Ounurnl Mannjror.
A. V. H. CAHi'KVTRii , dcmtrnl I'aasunifor an !
Tlckut Atront. *
Gco. IJ. iiK. FFOUi ) . Assistant UonuiulPasbou.
ecr und Tlcltet Asont.
GRAIN AND PROVISION
Hoard of Trade , Chamber of Commoico ,
II. C , MILLER , Western Business Solicitor ,
vy. 2 ? . FECK ,
Iiocnl Itusliioss Solicitor , 1JO1 ; Iouj (
"CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. "
Tlio Original and Only Ocuulne.
Rlfa lei tlwtji nrllatlc. lt.w rtof tortbll > 4 ImlutloDA.
ludlipuiufclc U LADIES. A > k yut l > ruiriil t M
'fbUUc.lerr fnsTl.l > m1 Ukt n oilier , or IDCIOH ic.
( itamiii ) u > u * SJT i > ArtiQalui in Ittltr tirclvrn mull.
NAME PAPERehleliMl r cl".a.\l'ftc \ < 't.
ll , I'lilluda.
1181 a Ma < * > n Mtiuare , !
Void by IlruicUt * cTrrywIirrr- > * > r "Clilrhr * .
tcr * Kutfll &w J'uiuyrvj ul J'tll * . TaktaouLw.
1 try. A > it.nuiDljoiilU.
Manhood ful Ituprudonce cau lnir
I I'reinuturo lcxay , Ken
\ou3 UclJUty , Ix t Mtu-
. &o. laivfnit tried In \ 'nflvery ' known rouuvly
llKK tn hl fellow nufferuri.
U. BKJJVJiS. i ) CluUtoa ttrat. Now Votk Citr.
"Away with all
"Cheap Youals , "
"And doii't buy"
"any thing horo- "
Warner's ' Safe Yeasl
10o A I10X 10 CAKES.
OK ALL Q1IOCK11S.
rmo anil Wliolusomc ,
If j o ir Rrocor dons not leop
_ . . . . . _ It eona for It by mull to
WAUN mt SAFE YlUbTOO. . HoclieattT. N. Y.
Yon nro Allowed afrte MaloftMrly ilaus of the HOT
of Dr.Dre'i Celebrated VoltalolleH with KloctrlpBin-
ponsonr AppHanriw , for the niicedy relief and pel *
mancntoureqf Xer ? ou DtMMii.\otB \ otntqUtyand
XfSShSJdTmia ifklnSrid 'AlM fSr ninny
other ( Utoaero. Complete tcstorotlon to Ilealttl , Vlmr ,
and Manhood iraarnmecU. Wo rlnfe U tncurrcil. Illus
trated pnmt.hlr.tlu mM _ tvlnp mnllHlfrynl ) iia.
OrocJlnK VOLTAIC UliLT O
A POSITIVE clno. I'ntontod Octo-
Ono box will euro
the most obtlnnto case In fouriUiya orlosa.
No nauseous closes of oubobs , oopallu or oil of
enndiilwoodthnt nro cortnln to pioduoo dyspop-
ptnbydc-itroyinjrtlio contlna of tlio stomach.
J'l Ice II.M. Bold by oil dniTOlsU or limited on
' ' " " "ss w
fofc' Sfa.1'0 ? : a feW
3" . C. yiiIjIjiT CO. ,
W John ( = 1. , Now York.
A STANDARD MEDICAL WORK
FORYOUN& AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN
ONLY 81 HY MAIL , POSTPAID.
Vi : SAMTLli FRKK TO ALT ,
ItxlianiitertVltiilltT. Nnrroni nnd VbyBlcnl Paliillty
I'rcniniuro I > e"llno In M n , lrrors nt Youth , nnfl tin
untold mlnTK'a rcHulUncirom Inilljcrotloii nnd ex *
cemcu. A. book tor oycry mnn , joung , mlilJIo ageit
and old. It contains l j prescriptions for ull nruto tinil
rhronloiilnuaros. citclinno ot ulilcli ll Inrnfuiiblo. 84
found by tlio HiilliorTClioBO oTporlonco for 23 raaTtit
enrh as probnlily never Drforcifull tnthe lot of nnr
iihyslcluii ; Siwpiitfca. Imnnd tn boautlful French mus
lin , cnibo nBi1covcm , full gilt , uuurnntuod to bonllnor
work In every ( lonmi-inueiinnUul. Illnniry und prnfoi.
rlonrd thiiniinr otlior work In tlili rountrr furtl.5X
ortho money will bu refund In overr imtance. 1'rloj
unlr ft by mull , postpaid. JlliMtnitfl : ! nnmplo , nil.
hendnrm. Roldmodnlnvrnnlod thenutbor IIT the N
tlonal Modlcal Anoclntlnn. to the Hon. A. r. Illnioll ,
mid uiBiH'biiu onicors of the bo ml tlia roiidor la rfl-
epoctfully rnfarrod. .
ThoSclonrnnf l.lfaj worth more to th a young anl
middle ni/o:1 : inon of thli uuiioruttoii lh > u nil thoiiuH
nilup of Cnlirnrnliinml tlio silver mines of Novadu
'JlioSclonronf urn point * out the rocks und quick-
enndion wlilrhtlio oonntltutloii nnd hopoi of lunar
n jnaneman hure boon futnlly wruckod. Mnnclieiter
' 11m jiclcmxi of I.lfiH'.of ereiter valno tlmnnllthi
modlcnl irnrks publlihoa In till * countrjr for tlio putt
Ul ycnrn. Atlanta Umislltutlun.
Tlio hclonou uf l.lfol * suiierh nnd raaitorlr trnat *
l u uii nervous uud pbyslcal debility. Uotrult ii'raa
ESIABLI5HED USED IN ALL
l Triers on application , holdljy
all the bfft''nrrlMii" llnllntrH and lealrr > ,
CINCINNATI , U. H. A.
Cublu Adilrviu. COO C1N.
ROSEWATER & CHRISTIE ,
Rooms 12 and 13 Granite Block
G rado Sjntoms uml Fmvi'ititfU I'lunafur Cities
and Ton us a t-jic < lully. 1 Inns. Kt-tlmulos uuJ
S | > cclll < iitloii3 for J'nbllo anil otlioi Knfflnoeiint-
voiks IiiriiMit'il. ' Kimc3 uncl ltoi > uit mudo
on 1'iililic Improvements.
AMIIII.VV HO ° ISWATEII. Member Anicilcau Poo'o-
Gtj Civil Uiiiflnci'iB. Tin KiiKlnoor of Omnlm
i.o. It C'lllilDiif , Chll Unvlncir.
ITotlco to Contractors.
XTOTICH IB huicliv fc'lvcn that fcunlod proposals
Jlor Iht uoiutiiicllon ol u coil it housu in ilio
public BHUUIC , Voik , Vork uunnty. NulnusKa ,
( iliotutit ) wlikli Is not to < acfLcl Ilio BUIII of
( VUUO ) ) , will 1)0 ic < culv ( l ut tbo county clink's
ollico , on or buloio April -utli , ltw > , nt 1 o'clock ,
p. in. Hiiid couit Iioii8i to bu built ucroidlntr to
IiliuiH nml Bjitelllcutlons un Ulu In thu con my
cltik'BolliiC' , York tuunly , or ut Ilio olllco of
O. II. 1'luoy , .No. 1U1 Snntli Klo\ until H , Lincoln ,
N ( lirnskH.on niKltttit'i-Maicli l , .
'Jhu iiiirty toUinni tlio contract inny bo
nlUII liu l iuiulru | < l lo n\u ( toiul In clouhlo
tliu iimount of the luntiuut prku ; LOiKlitioneJ
lor the laltlifnl poifoiniuncoor Ills ubllirutlun ,
uiil.i boiKi liibu nppiovixl by tliu county board.
'llio boaul itaono tuu rJiflit to lojoct uuy or
Ily oidcr of tlio bonrcl mndo Vobruury M , ISSQ.
luli'Jdut M. fcOVKUUlilN , fouuty Clcik.
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