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TKiS OMAHA DAILY BEE THURSDAY. APKIL 5. 1888.
SUPPLIES FOR THE SUFFERING
The Statd Bonrd Awards Contracts
For tbo ProBOrit Quarter.
BUSY STATE HOUSE DRIEFS.
Superintendent Mnllclcu BttgRCfits a
Sensible Itcforiti School Reform
Insfttto Hospital Dcatlio The
[ rno THE use's LINCOLN
The state board of purchase and supplies
mot nt Commissioner Scott's ofllco Tuosdny
nnd nwnrdetl the contracts lor ( supplies fop
tlic dllTcrcnt Rlato Institutions for the quarter
ending Juno 30 , The following wcrotho suc
cessful competitors :
Dry peed * linum Broi
DruRrt nnd medicines . .D.It. Daniel
Ororerics Conb A ; Overholscr
Mcntn Henry Semtnlor
Hrciidstufls O. Wheeler & Co
Fuel and lights..Lincoln Paint and Color Co
INSTITUTE FOll Till ! HUM ) .
Ice , . .Lefdluht & Mfifon
Meals , , , M. Gardener
Orociirlcs , .K. O. Pcoblcy
Coal , . . . ' .i.U. 1 . Uolf
HE IP ANI > DUMII iNftTiTirrn.
Dry goods. . . . Kelly , Stoiger&Co
OrocerloB * Porter & Powers
Coal CouUnt & Squires
McnU Harris & Flslior
I'altiU , oils nnd glass C. F. Goodmnn
Drugs and tncdiuincs C. F. Ooodinnn
13 read Hch rooab & Cnmp
Meats C. F. Wilber
Coal W. W. Hunt
IJrend A , l . Spring & Co
Grocorlcs Anderson & , Co
Ice i Wi Lemlng
Groceries Hnydcn Pargeter
J 'lour \Vlicolor & Co
Meats Weaver it , Hond
Coul C. D. Ayres
Dry goodr J. II. Irwln ft Co
IMJANIi IIUSl'IfAI , , LINCOLN.
Flour 1 lotts & Sowcll
Groceries Uoorgo Hossolman
Uutter . . . . . .UoUa&Sowcll
Dry goods nnd notions , H.Hdrpolshcitucr & Co
Hoots -yid shoes Perkins Hros
Coal Whitebrcnst Coal Co
Paints and oils . .II. W. Drown
Drug * and medicines J. II. liar-Icy
Clothing A. Hurlbut&Co
Till ! MONTHLY HMT.NSi : .
The cxncnso for maintaining the state
Institutions for March nnd the cost of con-
Htractlon work in new buildings foots up the
following list of items :
Employes capital building S512.20
Insane asylum. Norfolk 2t'JO.J'l : :
insane liofpltm , Lincoln 7,412.6' )
Homo for the friendless 1,484.01
Illlnd asylum , Nebraska City 1,2SO.OO
Peoblo-mindcd homo , Beatrice 3,802.10
Dent and dumb asylum , Omaha 1,238.43
Industrial school , Kearney 4,015.34
State penitentiary 5,0 4.07
AVork on industrial homo building at
Kearney f 1,783.00
Estimate on new building at blind
asylum , Nebraska City 7,075.00
HTATi : INDUSTUIAL SCHOOL.
The monthly report of the state Industrial
school nt Kearney shows a total number of
Inmates of 200. During the past month seven
commutations have been mado. In his report
Superintendent Mallalicu states that there is
great necessity for the curly completion of
the now buildings , as all the present quarters
are overcrowded. The superintendent also
calls the attention of the board to a class of
Inmates who might bo returned
and thus lessen the number in
the school. Mr. Mallalicu says :
"There are several boys hero whoso rclatlona
live in other states. The boys drifted west
to become Indian lighters , buffalo hunters
nnd cowboys , having been led Into their con
dition by reading dime novel trash. As they
got out of money and tholr ardor for such
life cooled oft they resorted to larceny to
lioln them out or became vagrants. In sev
eral instances the parents have been anxious
to have tholr children returned to them.
'Considering the fact that all such children
Iiavo no intention of making this state their
homo , and also considering the crowded con *
dltion of the school , would it not bo advisa
ble to return these children to their homos
in other states , provided no injustice would
bo done the children and the expense bo de
frayed by the parents. " The board will
toke this question under advisement and re
port upon it nt the next monthly mooting.
DKVTHS AT TUB INSANE HOSPITAL.
There wore four deaths at the Lincoln hos
pital for the Insane during the month of
March , three females * und ono male. The
deaths were as follows :
Lev ! Johnson , a cattle buyer , aged fifty-
nine , admitted to the hospital March UO , ISbS ,
nnd died March 20 , IbSS. His death was from
Hannah M. Kceil died on the second of the
month. She wes admitted from Lancaster
county on the 211th of last July , and the causa
of her death was heart failure.
AnnloMcCarthy died on the llth of March.
She was admitted from Sarpy county In
January , 18SU , und ttio cause of her death
Sophia IIorl7on died on the IJth of the
month. She was admitted from Lancaster
county in ISS'J. and the cause of her death
was not stated in the report. The remains
of all these parties were removed from the
hospital by friends for burial.
STATK IIOUSl ! ITBM8.
There wore tliirty-ono patients admitted to
the state Insane hospital at Lincoln during
the month of March , thirteen of whom came
from Douglas county , two each from Daw-
eon , Sallno and Richardson , nnd ono each
from Mcrrlck. Buffalo , Pawnee , Gage , Hull ,
Johnson , Franklin , Thaycr , Keith , Cnss ana
Hull. Ton wore discharged during the
month , seven as recovered und three on pa
S. J. Weigh who has been appointed by
the board of public lands and buildings
miporlntcndont of the construction of the in-
Mane hospital at Hastings , has filed his bond
for the faithful performance of his duty with
the secretary of state. The bond is for
$10,000 and has for sureties II. Uostwick , J.
M. Ferguson , A. II. Cramer and W. II.
Warden Ilycrs , of the Ptato penitentiary ,
1ms , under the now rulct adopted by the
board of public lands and buildings , tiled
his record of punishment of con
victs for tho. month of March.
This record shows that there wore ten con
victs punished during the month , in every
case they being delegated to the dark coll.
The causes of punishment were refusing to
work , insolence , lighting cell inuto , talking
to men In ranks and leaving work without per
mission. The longest time any ono of them
was kept in the dark cell was four days.
The monthly report of the warden
of the penitentiary shows the follow
ing ilgurcs : Number of convicts in prison
March 1 , H'-iS ; number of convicts rcvclvcil
during the month , 10 ; total ! IS3. During the
mon h , time of eighteen convicts expii cd and
they were discharged , ono wns released on
commutation und ono died , leaving the num
ber in the penitentiary April 1 , iilti.
Judge Maxwell of the Huprcnio court has
appointed Jacob A. Maxwell as his clerk
under the law allowing each of the hupromo
Jui'a clerk. Mr. Jacob A. Maxwell has
qualltiQd by tiling his oath of ofllcc wltli the
secretary of state.
C , C. Kittcnhouso has been appointed
supervising architect by the board of public
lands and buildings for the now insane has *
pltal at Hastings. Hittenhouso tiled his
bond with the secretary of state yesterday In
the amount of f 10,000 , with Oswald Oliver ,
T. K. Fan-ell and F. J , Benedict as burctio * .
TUB BLTUKMn tiOUHT
lias been m session tha past two days hearing
cases appealed from the Tenth dUtrlct. To
day will also bo devoted to 'cases from this
, district , after which the court will adjourn
until Tuesday next nnd the hearing of cases
from Urn Eleventh Judicial district. The fol
lowing uro yesterday's proceedings :
Court met pursuant to adjournment ,
Mr. J. F. Wellington and Mr. James W.
Korvcle , of Sidney , Neb. , were admitted to
Hilton vs. IJtichmnn ; motion to strike sus
The following causes were continued ;
Campbell vs Wells , Kearney vs Thomanbon.
btiuacx rolMorrison vs Clark , referred to
John Bryden , esq. , to take testimony.
Thu following cuut.es were submitted :
Hall v Powell , motion to dismiss ; Keens vs
Gaslln ; state ex rcl Agricultural society V *
Choycnuo county ; Stuto ex rol Anderson vs
Clicyenue.county , motion : \\Vstovcr vs ArmStrong -
Strong , motion ; Kungo vs Hrown.
The Arapuhoo Huildiug and Loun ussocla-
tlon hft fllcd nrticlo * Of Incorporation with
the decretory of fttato , the principal place of
btninM * being t Ampahoo , Puma * county ,
Nebraska. The capital utock l ISJO.OOO , in
RhnrcA of ? 100 each , payahlo monthly. In-
debtcdncs * limited to RWO , anil business to
commence Tucnday , March 0 , 1W9. The Incorporators -
corporators ore John Gordon , W. 8. Morlan ,
K. H. Wright , Fred Boohncr , Charles C.
Dean , Li. C. JlnnnlnR nnd Hnrry UllUon ,
The bank of Stocklmm , located at Stock-
tinm , Hamilton county , hai fllcd articles of
Incorporation , Capital stock flOOOn , In
shares of the usunl amount , to bo paid on
call o * the board of directors. IndebtcduM *
limited to two-thirds of the capital Block.
Business to commence January , 1SS3 , with I.
IX Kvmis , A. 1C , Marsh and George W.
Post , incorponators ,
A romnrknblo handeomo woman is
said to ha the movinc1 spiritin a philnti-
Ihroplcal movement in Rusuln to supply
the poor of that country with Dr. Bull's
In chronic nml stubborn cases of neu
ralgia , cout , mid rheumatism usa Salvn-
tion Oil. It is the greatest pain-flo-
stroycr of the ago. Price only 25 cents.
SOUTH OMAHA NEWS.
Charles Coo , of DCS Molnes is spending a
few days with friends In this city.
The work of grading N street from the top
of the Incline to the union 1'adlle crossing is
The work of raising the buildings on the
south side of N street to the proper street
grade Is under headway.
The South Omaha baseball club has ordered
new uniforms for the season. They will bo
mndo by Hcach & Co. , of Philadelphia. The
season nt this place will open April 29 , and
and close September 2 < J.
J , D. Montgomery , a farmer residing near
Albright was thrown from his horse on N
street at a late hour last night and sustained
n compound fracture of the right arm in the
region of the elbow Joint. Hu was taken to
Omaha for incdlca-1 treatment.
Mayor-elect Sloan "Now Is the time for
us to got down to work. I Intend with the
co-operation of the city council to do nil in
my power while I nm In ofllco to push mat
ter * pertaining to our public enterprises , to
the front. Yes , \vo can do somu good work
hero , nnct with the bright prospects before
us for n largo city some day. wo hare no ex
cuse to offer in case wo overlook its pros
Nothing of Importance transpired In con
nection with the railway strike in South
Omaha yesterday. A largo numbcrof freight
ladcncU cars were handled in the Burling
ton yards yesterday nnd to-day. Some of
the citUcus of South Onmhii maintain that
the presence of the 1'lnkertons Is the chief
disturbing clement iu the strife us regards
the stand taken by the switchmen. They
stnto thuta when the would-bo "lly hobo"
are not about the building , everything basks
The receipts of stock at this place Is fast
regaining its former standard ns regards the
quantity , mid it is thought in a few days the
market Will bo as active ns over. At present
prices are somewhat weak nnd feverish ,
which Is accounted for by the merchants , as
being thu result of the suspension of business
by some of the largest slaughtering nnd con
suming institutions. It is stated that Hammond
mend & Co. and Hoyd & Co. , will bo running
full forces by the latter part of next week.
There came near being a collision between
n dummy passenger train and n west-bound
freight on the Union Pacific in the vicinity
of Nineteenth street late yesterday after
noon. The freight , which was a long and
heavily ladeiied tram , when going up grade
broke in two , the rear section , consisting of
fourteen cars , starting back down the grado.
But two blocks in the rear was the suburban
train bound for Albright. Conductor Jack
son , who was In charge of the passenger
train , fortunately was on the lookout , and at
once gave the signal to stop. In the mean
time the conductor of the freight and the
rear brakeman , discovered what had oc
curred and managed to set the brakes be
fore much headway was gained. Simply by
quick work on the part of the trainmen ,
what might have resulted in a disastrous
wreck , wus averted.
A largo mass of earth gave away from a
bank along which the south suburban track
of the Union Pacific runs parallel ,
near the Nineteenth street crossing
yesterday afternoon , which covered
the track several feet In depth. Workmen
soon removed J.ho obstruction , thereby caus
ing but a slight delay of trains.
The track service of the Burlington and
Union Pacific in South Omaha is somewhat
out of repairs. Since the thaw set in the
roadbeds have become muckoy , and in many
places the tics and rails are below the sur-
fnco or Durlcd In the mud. Several freight
cars have been derailed on account of this
within the past few days. Work of trench
ing on cither side of the tracks has been com
The defective walk and platform leading
to the suburban depot is being repaired.
The municipal court room was crowded
yesterday afternoon , the occasion being the
trial of J. II. Yoho , Pat O'Donnoll , John
O'Connor , Frank Cooper and James Foley ,
charged with fraudulent voting. Yohe was
arrested by Marshal MacCrackcn just as ho
had cast his ballot the second tlmo.
Ho voted the llrst time under
his proper cognomen and thu
second tlmo is alleged to have voted
under the name of Kiley Collins. The wit
nesses in thu case on behalf of the prosecu
tion wore P.it Mohan , P. Murroll , J. Yules.
John O'Ncll , John Gorman , James Hell and
John Mohr. All the witnesses testified to
Yoho being the man who voted under the
two names In question , and ho was identified
by two of the Judges of election hi that pro
clnct. The marshal testified to having placed
him under arrest Just after ho hud made or
wus making the second attempt to vote. At
the conclusion of his trial Judge Ueuthor ,
after reviewing the testimony in the c.iso ,
bound Yoho over to the district court in
bonds of $000 , in default of which ho was
committed to Jail. Yoho is a young man
about twenty-live years of age , unmarried ,
and claims to hall from IndianapolU , Ind. ,
whither his parents reside. The second case
called was that ot Pat O'Donnoll , charged
with casting his ballot In a precinct of which
ho was not u qualified voter. Ho voted in
the Tlilrd ward and resided in the Second.
This ho admitted , Judge Kcuthor regarded
this ns a violation of the election laws of the
ttatu and accordingly huld him to thu district
court in ? 500 bonds , which was furnished.
The clmrgo preferred against the remaining
three was that of attempting to vote thu
second tlmo and obstructing the polls. The
evidence In the case , hownvcr , was unrelia
ble nnd mithy , which resulted in the trio be
Joseph Kunsol. the candidate for alderman
on the citi/ons1 ticket in the First ward was
arraigned bfcforo Judge Kouthoryesterday af
ternoon on the charge of resisting mi ofllcer
and was mulcted to the tune of 25 and
Its superior excellence proven In million * of
homes for more than a quarter of n century rts
is used bn the I'nlted State * fjovrmnrnt. Ku-
ilorsod by the heads of iho Cirent UnlversItlBii a
thPstronKeat. Purest and Mobt Healthfiil. Jr
1'rlao s ( leant llakluc I'owder dix-s not contain
Ammoiiu , l.lnmor Alum. Boldonlyin calls
M . . I'HICKUAKINUI'OWDUllCO. .
Newlcrk Chlcaso fit. Iouls
imttOIN'O THIC MISSOURI ,
Whnt Ifl ContcinptAt ( t1irthoMcShnno
Thq 13r.B scvoral dnys ago contained nn ar
ticle speculating ns to the object of the In-
strnm-cnt now before congress ; known M the
McShnnc bridge bill and Introduced by Hon.
John A. McSlmne , of this city. Since then a
copy of the proposed enactment hai been re
ceived , and , as anticipated , is of n most lib
eral nature especially in the matter as to
what it shall bo put after completion.
The bill Is ns follows !
Bo It enacted by the senate and house of
representatives of the United States of
America in congress assembled , That the
Nebraska Central Hallway company , a cor
poration existing tinder the lawn of the state
ot Nebraska , bo , and is hereby , authorized to
construct , operate , anil maintain n brlilRO
over the Missouri river , at or near the city
of Omaha , In said state of Ncbrrska. Said
bridge shall bo constructed for the iwssngo
of railway trains , and , nt the op
tion of the persons by whom it
may bo built , may bo used for the
pannage of wagons and vehicles of nil klnil.t ,
for the transit of animals and for foot pas
sengers , for euch reasonable rates of toll ns
may DO approved from time to time by the
secretary of war ; and In case of nny litiga
tion concerning nny alleged obstruction to the
f rco navigation of said river on account of
said bridge , thn cause may bo tried bcforo
the circuit court of the JUmtod Suites in
whoso jurisdiction nny portion of said ob
struction or bridge is located.
Sec. 2. That any bridge constructed under
this act and according to Its limitations shall
bo a lawful structure , nnd shall bo recog
nized nnd known as n post route , upon which
also no higher charge shall bo made for the
transmission over the same for the mails ,
the troops , and the munitions of war of the
United States than the rate per mile paid for
their transportation over railroads or public
highways leading to said brklgo ; nnd the
United States shall have the right of way for
postal telegraph and telephone purposes
across said bridge.
Sac. 3. That If said bridge shall bo made
with unbroken and continuous spans tt shall
not bo of less elevation In nny case thaa flf tv
feet above high-water mark , ns understood
nt the point of location , to the lowest mem
ber of the bridge superstructure , nor shall
the spans of said bridge over the main chan
nel of said river bo less than three hundred
and 11 fly feet in length , and thu
piers of said brklgo shall bo parallel
with the current of salil river , and the
bridge itself nt right angles thereto. Pro
vided , that If said bridge bo constructed ns a
draw-bridge , It shall be constructed as a
pivot draw-bridge , with a draw over the
mala channel of the river at an accessible and
the best navigable point nnd with spans of not
less than two hundred feet in length in the
clear on each side of the central or pivot
pier of the draw ; and said spans shall not be
less than ten feet above low water mark ,
measuring to the lowest member of the
bridge superstructure. And provided also :
That said draw shall bo opened promptly
upon reasonable signal , except when
trains nro passing over the said bridge , for
the passage of boats whoso construc
tion shall not bo such as to admit of their
passage under the draw of said bridge when
closed ; but In no case shall unnecessary delay -
lay occur In opening the said draw after the
passage of trains ; and the said company or
corporation shall maintain , nt Its own ex
pcnso , from sunset to sunrise , such lights or
other signals on said bridge as the light
house board shall prescribe.
Sec.J. . That nil railroad companies desir
ing the use of said bridge shall have and bo
entitled to equal right and privileges rela
tive to the passage of railway trains over the
same , and over the approaches thereto , upon
payment of a reasonable compensation for
such use ; and in case the owner or
owners of said bridge and the
several railroad companies , or any ono
of them desiring such , shnlU fail to agree
upon the sum or sums to bo paid , and upon
rules or conditions to which each shall con
form in usinp said bridge , all matters at
issue between them shall bo decided by the
secretary of war ujvon n hearing of the alle
gations nnd proofs of the parties.
Sec. 5. That any bridge authorized to bo
constructed under this act shall bo built and
located under and subject to such regula
tions for the security of navigation of said
river as the secretary of war shall prescribe ;
and to secure that object the said company
or corporation shall submit to the secretary
of war , for his examination ami ap
proval , a design and drawings of the
bridge and a map of the location , giv
ing for the space of ono mile above and ono
mile below the proposed location , the topography
graphy of the banks ot the river , the shore
lines at high and low water , the direction
and strength of the current at all stages , nnd
the soundings accurately showing the bed of
the stream , the location of any other bridge
or bridges , nnd shall furnish such other
Information as may bo required
for a full and satisfactory understand
ing of the subject ; and until the salil plan
and location of the bridge are approved by
the secretary of war the bridge shall not bo
built ; and should any change bo jnado In the
plan of said briilgo during the progress of
construction , such change shall bo subject to
the approval of the secretary of
war , and if saiil bridge is
not commenced within ono year and
completed within three years from the pass
age of this act , the rights anil privileges
hereby granted shall bo null and void.
Sec. 0. That the right to alter , amend or
repeal this net is hereby expressly reserved ,
and the right to require any changes in said
structure or Its entire removal , nt the ex
pense of the owners thereof , whenever con
gress shall decide that the public interest re
quires It , is also expressly reserved.
) THI ; OKDICH.
nK Porsury That Hail Its
"It is curious to wliatdishoncstmethotls the
poor charges of the county will stoop to better
their condition nnd betray the conlidcncc of
their providers , " remarked a well known
county official to a Hm : reporter yesterday ns
ho glanced furiously over the surface of a bit
of tinted paper on which the grocer orders
issued by the poor department are printed.
The repot tor throw his eyes over tlio order ,
and the ollldal continued : "Did you o\er
see or hear of a bigger piece ot bungling
forjrery In your life that worked as well as
that iliili Scu , the order is written in black
ink requesting th grocer to glvo the bearer
groL-encs amounting to one dollar , and in the
space loft the words , scrawled in a dilTcrcnt
hand and with blue ink , 'for four weeks' ao
Everything was found as represented , and
the grocer thus victimized was William Gen
tleman , of Sixteenth htreet. In some man
ner thu clerics tailed to notice the trick
played upon them , furnished the goods , anil
it wus not discovered until the order was re
turned to the county commissioners to bo
paid. Under the circumstances Mr. ( Jontlu-
man is the loser , mid it Is believed that
henceforth ho will not bo so easily duped.
Tllfi LiOO/Vli Sl'OHTlNG WOItljlJ.
The Oil ) Cluli , ItiiKo nail Notes anil
IiiteroMtlni ; Miscellany.
A now sporting organisation , to bo christ
ened the Crib Club , has been effected , nnd a
meeting was hold nt the temporary
rooms , thocornorof Thirteenth nnd Douglas ,
last evening for the purpose of electing of
ficers for the current year. Some of the best
known and most Influential citi/ons have ap
plied for momborahlp , which Is to bo lim
ited to twentysllvo. The club will bo incor
porated and neither monay nor oxpcnso
spared to make it complete in all details.
Mr 1J. J. fallen is one of the prin'o movers
in the entcrorpriso ,
O'Connell , the first baseman of the
Omahns , has arrived utul ho too ,
like all tno rest ot the boys who have so far
reported , is a splendid looking young fellow.
The entire team will bo hero to-day
and this afternoon they will assemble
at basi ) ball park for their llrst prulitmmiry
1'atsey Tallon has entered an unknown , in
whom ho has the utmost contl Jonco , in the
coming six duy.V go-as-you please pedestrian
match at Madison Square Garden , New
The ball season of 1SS3 will bo Inaugurated
at the local ball nark next Saturday after
noon by a game between the homo team and
the nuimquosand a great crowd is predicted.
It Mioula ba romamberod , too , that the
Dubuquosuro no uuwtours by a long shot ,
but a good , steady crowd of promising play ,
ers. ami the Omahas will realize that they
Uro playing ball , Turn out and see the open
ing game , everybody turn out.
Mr , Eil Koth'cry .presented. Jib friend , Mr ,
P. P , Pomoroy , of thd St. Pixul Dispatch ,
with nn olcgnnt'diamond ring lust evening.
The reirulnr ndmlMiqn prlc'o of 35 cents
will bo charged to nil exhibition ganes ) nt the
ball park. v
Patrons ot the Kama-should not forgot that
they are always to Rcttho , , worth of tholr
money this season rain checks will bo Is
The personnel Of thoiifcw Omaha tonm will
compare favorably wltlvthnt of any team In
the country. There Is .not a lough , a hood
lum or a lusher in the gang.
A group photogrnphlbf ( the Omahas will
soon bo seen ornamenting the store and shop
The schedule commlUco of the city Icneuo
will meet at John J. Hardln's store Sunday
afternoon. The ofllcials of thl organisation
should bo careful about arrnngingfor too many
games fifteen with each club l an abund
ance , and will bo money in the pockets of the
management. Twonty-flvo games Is utterly
Oeorgo Barker and L , I. , . Jewell com
menced n chess contest of flvo games last
night In the rooms of the Elk club , Two
games were played , each gentleman winning
ono. On next Tuesday night two moro games
Will bo played.
An Imperative Necessity.
\Vhat pure air is to an unhealthy
locality , what spring cleaning is to the
neat housekeeper : so is Hood's Sarsa-
narilla to everybody , at this season.
The body needs to bo thoroughly reno
vated , the blood purified and vililized ,
the germs of diseabo destroyed , scro
fula , salt rheum , nnd nil oilier blood
disorders cured Hood's ,
are by Sarsaparilla -
parilla , the most popular nnd successful
Another English Tribute to America
Sir Lyon Playfalr in Contemporary
Review for March : At the present mo
ment the United States hns2)0,000 in
ventions protected by the patent law.
This activity of invention shows ability
and intolligciico among her peoplewho
nro always ready to turn to account the
forces of nature for the benefit of man.
This country in her workingmen is
rich in producers , and if their intolli
gciico were trained in connection with
their work , wo need not fear the indus
trial compctlon of any European na
tion. All great foreign nations , except
the United States , nro terribly handi
capped in the industrial race by ox-
ccssivo armaments. England is also
weighted , but not to an equal extent.
Thu strength of nations consists
in peace , bub they niulco n sad
error by not knowing that the weakness
of nations is in active war. or excessive
preparedness for it. Franco , Germany ,
Holland. Italy. Belgium nnd Great
Britain have ,200,000 men withdrawn
from being productive citizens , in order
to bo protective militants , nt n cost for
each man of $15 , If wo take till thu
civilized nations , adding the reserves
to the permanent forces , fourteen and a
half millions of the strongest men are
or may bo withdrawn from production.
This is ono man for twenty-four of the
population , or , if wq exclude the re
serves , ono out of cgfity-oiio. | That is
the rnasoli why I point to the United
States ns the great industrial nation of
the future , for her armed forces repre
sents only one man in 1,010 of the pop
ulation. Lucidly , her protective policy
is an incubus upon her industry , n nd
gives us breathing time to prepare for
the coming1 struggle1.
The Slzo of Texas.
From the Fort "Worth Gazette : The
nrea ol Texas is more , than equal to the
urea of all the Now England states ,
New York , Pennsylvania , Ohio , Illi
nois , New Jersey ahd Delaware com
bined. d <
Texas contains morq than four times
the nrea of all the Now England states.
Texas would make 241 states as largo
ns Rhode Island , or nearly six states as
large ns Now York , or nearly nine
states as largo ns South Carolina , or
nearly seven kingdoms as large as
Texas is as largo as Great Britain
and Ireland , Turkey in Europe , Portu
gal , Greece nnd Switzerland combined.
Texas would make more than three
states ns largo as Kansas.
Texas is ns largo as the German em
pire nnd Alabama combined.
"The land in nctual use for growing
Indian corn , wheat , ha.y , oats , cotton
in the United States now consists of
273,500 square miles , or a little more
the area of Toxns. "
"The entire wheat crop of the United
States could bo grown on wheat land of
the best quality selected from that part
of the area of Texas by which the slate
exceeds the area , of the German em
"Tho world's present supply of cotton
could bo grown upon an area equal to
only 7 per cent of the nrea of Texas. "
The iiinn does not live who can com
pute the possibilities of this grand empire -
piro , and the probability now is that ,
after the census of A. U. 2,000 , Texas
will have a greater number of congrefah-
mon than any state in the American
AN I8DIAN RAID ,
An Old Fashioned Masaacro on the
Tlie Snvasc3 on tlio AVnr Path Koil
Knifo'N Terrible lliilil Miriam l > uo.
the Hello mid Heroine of the Fron
tier , JMadu I'risoucr Kit Carbon , ( lie
Famous Kcout and Inillun Ki htcr ,
to the llcsuue.
Run KKIKK , mi Indi an chief of unpar
alleled cruijlty nnd ferocity , while
riilditifj the frontiers und nmsbuoring1
the inhabitants , captured a bcnuti/ul /
white girl MAHIAM DANK whom lie
resolved to save ulivo and. drag to his
lair. Ho also took MAKIAM'S pironts :
ulivo , so as to compel the heroic girl to"
obey him iu order to save them from
KIT CAISSON , the famous Scout and
Indian fighter , was n warm friend of the
DANKS > ' , and ho resoled to rescue them
at all hazards. He Know Run KNIKB'S
fiendish character , and fully and
keenly realized the awful fate which
MAUIAM DANK would moot , unless
ho hhould rescue h6r. His lion like
soul was deeply arouKod and all his un
equalled skill und cunning' as a scout
and Indian fighter vroro displayed iu
tracking RKD KNIPH * down. Tlio ac
count of the varied and tragic incidents
attending KIT OAHBON'S heroic efforts
to save MutiAM DANK forms the most
interesting , the most romantic and the
most thrilling Indian btory which lias
over boon told since America was dis
covered and the contest between the
white man and the red man began ,
RoiniKHT BuNNKit'g SONS , publishers
of the Now York Ledger , are so confi
dent of the success of this great story of
RKO KNITK ; OH , KIT CAUSON'S LAST
TitAif , , that they have printed for free
distribution over two million sample
copies of the Now York Lcilyer contain
ing the opening chapters of this most
wonderful Indian story , which nro now
being distributed from house to house
in this ulty and any person who has not
had ono of tiioso sample copies can got
ono free of.expense by simply sending
his name anq address to the Ledger
oftlco , at the corner of William
Spruce streeta , Nevr York ,
OLD .TIME MINSTRELS
Being Crowded off the Stage to Make
Room for Young Bloods.
An Old Gitlznu Discourses on Mln-
atrol Talout of To-Day and Com
pares I with Tnlont of Long Aero.
Goo. Glllonbock's Buccoosful Fight
for Minstrel Honors.
"SponVIng otmlnitrcU. " snld an old citizen to
n reporter govern ! dnj-s n , o , "do you knon- that
we Imvosome very line tnlrntlnthnt Una right
hero In Omnlm ? I wont tothe floodnll Ijpnentoii
lust Minday night and saw tlioro ns fine n nitn-
Mro ! show ns I hnvo hnd the pleasure of attend *
lug for many A dny , 1 did think of going to the
l'roi Club benefit , tint havn been bored so oft on
lately by some of the would 1m mlmtrel com-
jmnlns that I expected It would bo only n poor
repetition of the old "chestnut , " but when I rend
the newspaper comments ithc next day 1 WAS
sorry I dtil not no , but I attended the ( JoodiUl
bencllt and must f > ny It waft line , and reminded
mo of the old time. boys.such as Jtlrch.Wnmbold
and HnckiH , and other boys of their tlk nhn are
now ilcad or too old to go on the boards any
more , "
On looking Into the matter the reporter , who
hail been out of the city nt thn time of both cn-
terHlnmontK , found the following compliment
ary notice from the lleo of robmnry SStn , ot ono
of the p.u-tlclpnnts , > lr. GeorgeUollonbeck , who
l.i night \\ntch.imu at tha lleo onico , and Is really
annrtlstm hit line :
"Mr. HeorgoGollenbeck wan especially funny
nnd kept the audience In nn uproar during his
"brief tain. "
To his Intimate friends Itlin been known for
many months that Mr. ( lellenbcckwns possessed
of the ability which inlRht in thu futuru hecuro
for htm n position of proi.ilncnco In the nnnise-
mont line nnd on sovcnil occasions ho has dis
played exceptional jx > wernnHncntercrtonmuse-
inent loving jmbllo. In the entertainment of
last nlfjht OeorBOlellcnbcck mirprlftcd the moat
sanguine hopes of his most Intlmntn friends nml
proved. In every part ho assumed , hi * perfect
tight ton cordial recognition from nil ho ap
preciate ffputuM. Mr. Oollonbeck Is n born mu-
Hlclun. ml n Ithout a doubt has a future on the
Tho' reporter met Mr. Oollonbock , whom ho
found to lo u perfect gentleman , fairly brlmlng
over with good nittiiro.aud luarnud the following
bit ot history partnlntiig to Ills life thut Is not
generally known :
"I Iiavo boon playlnp the bnnlo nnd guitar fern
n long time , " said Mr. ( lellonuock. "and hnvo
taught a largo number of young people hero In
Omnha. I have nppenrcd on tlio stage govern !
times , but not very oftun , n my duties do not
allow mo much tlmo In the ovenftig , 1 play the
mantlolln nlsii. mid have been quite n Mngcr In
my time , liut for n long time 1 wus utiablo to slug
on account of my throat. I hnvo boon troubled
for a long tlmo with tin nlfccllon of the head nnd
throat Unit hnd almost completely destroyed my
vocnl powers , nnd when 1 vns n.skuil to tuko part
In our llrst entertainment I declined for the rea
son thut 1 could not do any slngine , and In fact
could scarcely speak louu enough for pcoplo to
unilerHtnnd mu In ordinary conversation , but on
being pressed to tnko part I at last consented ou
condition that I would not bo given nny part In
which 1 wouldhnvn to exercise my voctil powers.
About that tlmo I began treatment \ > 1th Dr. J.
Cresau McCoy anil Ills associates for my trouble ,
hlch was catarrh , nnd I had It bad. too , lot mo
toll you. If It had not been for their successful
treatment 1 could not have nppenrcd at either
entertainment , and would not have received the
complimentary notice you speak of. Why , I was
In an awful way I
"I'll tell you how It was. It was In this way. I
wns continually catching cold , ami 1 could not
understand It , Of course , 1 was continually
exposed , but I thought I took all the necessary
care to avoid it. On the slightest exposure my
nose would stop up , and then the water would
run from my nose in anch quantities that the
handkerchiefs I had to use wore so numerous
that It raised thoprlco of them In the wholesale
market. Soon I hnd n cold all the time , nnd the
discharge thicker nnd more dllllcult to remove.
I would blow anil blow my nose until It would
soud pains up Into my ears nnd the top of my
head. My nose would feel hot and dry. and my
throat almost law. My nose would Itch , and al
ways felt ns If there wns something In It that
dltln'tbelong there. I had pains over my eyes ,
and a feeling of heaviness In the top of my head.
Sometimes ono nostill would bo somewhat opon.
and 1 would feel n lettle better , but the llrst
thing 1 knew It would be stopped up again. Did
1 hawk nnd spit ? Well. I should snlckor 1 It
was nil the time , but 1 could never clear my
throat. Why. 1 would iwnko up days almost
choked , It bothered me so. and I never felt ns If
1 hnd had any rest nt all. My appetlto was poor ,
I coughed a good deal , and In fact , was n broken
"Well , ns I Bald , I began treatment with Dr.
McCoy nnd his associates at their olllco In the
Itnnigo block , anil when the tlmo came for our
llrst entertainment 1 was In excellent condition
for It , ami woll.tho notice you speak of tells the
talo. and I have been Improving all along , and
to-day J am feeling elegant. I have no more of
the svniptoms I told you of. I do not hawk anil
spit any more , and the pains in my head ure nil
gouo. and to mnko a long story short , I nm feelIng -
Ing better to-day than I hnvo for n number of
vears. " After thanking Mr. GellenbecK lor hlu
kindness niul Information , nnd receiving n
piomihoof a"comp" to the next cnturtnitiment
in w hlch ho takes part , the reporter left him.
. . . ,
The above portrait of Mr. Oellenbeck Is a falily
good llkenchsof that gentleman , who , as abo\o
slatcil , Is night watchman nt the lleo olllro , iinrt
icildes at No. KWl Hartley htreet. nnd will will
ingly corobornto the above statement to any
1'OINTEI ) QUESTIONS.
A Few Symptoms of a Disease Th.it
Mny Prove Serious to You.
Do you have frequent llts of mental depres
Do you experience ringing or buzzing noises
in your earn/
Do you feel ns though you must sulfocate
when lying don nl1
Arc you troubled with a hacking cough und
guner.il debility ?
Are j our eyiw generally weak nnd watery , and
frequently lullamed ?
DOUH your voice have a husk , thick Bound ,
and a nuial Hott of twang ?
Is your breath frequently offensive from some
umuxoiiiitnblo cmiBo ?
lluvurcm a dull oppressive headache gener
ally located over the eyes ?
l5o you have to hawk and cough frequently In
the ell ort to cK-ur your throat ?
Are you losing your BCIISO of amell , and 1 $
your Bcnso of taste becoming dulled.
DOOM your HOMJ always fool Mopped up , fore
Ing you to breutho through your mouth ?
fie you frequently leol dizzy , particularly
when ( stooping to pick anything oil the lloor ?
Does every Httlo diuiight ot nlrnnujevery
slight change oj temperature glvo you u cold ?
Are you annoyed by n constant dchlre to hawk
and bplt out nn endless quantity of phlegm/
The abovn uro uomo or tin ) many bymtoras of
catarrh and the bcglnlng ot lung troubles , Not
one case In a hundred will have all of them , but
uveiyouu ulK'tted will huvo u few or many of
them. The greater or more .serious your nymn *
tnms , the more dangerous your condition. This
class of discuses U treated very successfully by
lr. McCoy or hi associates. Thu many cases
icportod through the column of the dully pnpon.
provo this , and each statement puhllithrd is
biibhtnnUally the Fame as given by the putlent
cuii'd. Dr. McCoy mid his associates.
Ubono ftocit't nostrums , but euro diseases by
their skillful combination of the best known re-
niedlcK , unplled In the most approved manner ,
and by uklng the luteat and moat highly rucom-
mended appliances known to the profession.
They thus produce results that npeak for thorn-
helves In the many patluutH cured , und we assure -
sure our renders thut thebo eminent physicians
have achieved a success in curing disease w hlch
few or no other doctors can duulicuto ,
, CRESAP M'COY ' ,
Late of Belleyne Hospital. Henir Tort ,
Has Olllces No. 310 and 311
HAMfii : llt'ILDINU , OMAHA. NUM.
Wheroull curable cabes ure treated with suc
Medical diseases treated skillfully. Consump.
tlon , Ilrlght'g dlh a.t > p. Dyspepsia. Hlieunmtlsm ,
undBllNUUVOl'S DJSISASUS. AlldUeaseu pu-
cullur to thu bexcs a specialty. UATAHIUC
CONSULTATION at office or by mall II.
Many dlbtnbtJi are treated ( successfully by Dr.
McCoy through the mulU , and it is
thus possible for thos unable to make the lour-
toy to obtain successful hospital trpatuieutut
their homes ,
Olllce hoursO to 11 a.in.:2 to 4 p.m. : TtoSn.
m. SUNDAY IIOI'IIS l-'HOM U A. M. TO 1 I'.M
Coi respondence receives protunt attention.
No letters &m > eied unless accompouled by i
cents In stamps ,
Address all mull to Dr. J. C. McCoy , llooras
SltlauU SlllUmyubul Idle ,
THE CHICAGO AND
And Chicago ,
The onljr ro d to t ki for lei Mnlnot , Mnrshitllown-
_ ot poJMhlo liy any oilier lino.
Among a few nt thn numerous point ! of unpcrlorlly
enjoyed by thn patron * or thu mad between Omaha
nml Chicane , . ro Its two train * n day ot DAY
OOACIIK8 , which nro the finest tint human nrt anil
Ingenuity ran crcato. Ill PAbACKHLKKI'INU OAUS ,
which nro molots ot com tort find olegnnro. lit I'AH-
lx > ll IHIAWINII HXM ) CAHS , un nrj < ii C(1 ( br any ,
and IU nMPlf relobrntcrt 1'AI.ATIAIi IIINIMi CAItS ,
tliopqunlnf which rannut Ixt found clicwhorc. At
Council lllntTs. thn train * nr thn Union rAcllln Hull-
Tray connect In union depot with tliono of IhalMil *
neofc Northwc'tcm Hr. In Chlcnen the train * nr
till * line tnnko closu connection with Uioso of nil
olher Ki < toni llnM.
Kor ivtrull , Columbia , InillannpolH , ClnHnnntl ,
Nlaanra Fnll , llutralo , I'ltlnhiim , Toronto , Montrfll ,
lloston , Now York , I'llllaJcllihla , llalllmoro , Wn.h-
Inelon , nnd all i > olnU In tha Kt t. Ask lor tickets via
K yon wlnti tha host accommodation. All ticket
ngenti nell tickets Tin thli linn.
lf.lIUIUITT. K. I' . WIT.SON ,
Uon'l MaQacer. < lcn'l lasfr Anont.
CHICAGO , tr.LB.
\V. N. BA1ICOCK , Oen'l. Wentarn Acont ,
1) . K. ICI.MIIAI.Ii , Ticket Ain > nt.
(1. \VKsr. . city Paavmirer Aecnt
11011'arnnni St. , Omaha , Nob.
tNACQUAINTED WITH THI CCOCRAPHY Or IHf COUNTRY Witt.
MTAIN MUCH INronWATlOK FROM A ITUDT OF THU MAP OF THE
CHICAGO , ROCK ISL&HD& PACIFIC H'l
Its main lines and branches Include CHICAGO.
PHOBIA. MOLJNE. HOOK ISLAND. DAVE1I-
PORT. DEB MOINEB. COUNCIL BIOTFB , 11X13-
OATDIE , KANBA8 CITY , BT. JOSEPH. LEAV-
Birwonxn. ATcmsoN. CEDAR RAPIDS.
WATERLOO , mmTCAPOUB , nnd BT. PAtTK.
end ccorca of Intermactlata cltlss. Choice oi
routes to and from the Pacific Coast. All trans-
fora In Union depota. Feet trains of Fine Day
Coaches , elegant Dining Oars , mr.cnlflcont Pull
man Palace Blgepora , and fbotvrecn Chicago , Ot.
Joseph. Atchison and Kansas City ) Reclining
Chair Cora , Boats Tree , to holders of through
Chloogo , Kansas & . Nebraska R'y
"Groat Rock Island Route. "
Extends "West and Southwest from Kansas City
and QL Joseph to NELSON. HORTON. . BELLE
VILLE , TOPEKA. ITERIliaTON. WIC1HTA.
liU'l'CnlNBON. CALDWELL , and all points In
KANSAS AND SOUTHERN NEBRASKA
and beyond. Entlro imssenccr equipment of the
celebrated Pullman manufacture. All lafoty ap
pliances and modern Improvements.
The Famous Albert Loa Route
Is the favorlta between ChlcaBO , Rock Island ,
Atchlaon , Kansas City and Minneapolis and fit
Paul. Its Watertown branch traverses tha treat
"WHEAT AND DAIRY BELT"
of Northern Iowa , Southwestern Minnesota , and
Saot Control Dakota to Watertown , Spirit iako ,
Bloux Tolls and many other towns and cities.
The Short Line via Bonoca and Kankakeo offers
guperlor faculties to travel to and from Indlan-
o rolls. Cincinnati and other Southern points.
For Tickets. Kapo. Tcldoro , or deslrod informa
tion , apply atony Coupon Ticket Offlco or address
E. ST. JOHN , K.A. HOLDROOK ,
Ghrnl Uanacer. Otan'l Tkt & FOBS. Ast.
CHICAGO , TT.T.
Or the Liquor Habit , Positively Cured by
Administering Dr. Unities' Golden
It can bo given In a cup of coffee or tea with
out the knowledge of the person talcing It ; abso
lutely hurmluan , and 111 elFcct a pennant and
spcerty cure , whether the patient is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic \vroek. Tuounands of
drunkards have been made temperate men \vho
have taken Uoldon Specific iu their colToo with
out their knowledge nnd today bollovo limy
quit chinking of their own free will. H never
falls. The ystcm once impregnated with the
Speclllc , It becomes an utter Impossibility for
the liquor appetite to exist. Kornnloby Kiilm
& Co. , IDth und Douglas sty. , nnd 18th and Cum-
liiK Bts. , Omaha , Neb. ; A. D. Foster & Uro. ,
Council Hluffn Iowa.
S. K. FELTON & CO. ,
And Manufacturers' Agents for
WATER WORKS SUPPLIES ,
Of all descriptions.
Hydraulic Engines , Surveys. Detail -
tail Plans and Specifications.
Furnished on Short Notice.
Office Slrang's ' Bnilfling , Fourth Floor ,
OMAHA NEBRASKA ,
UOPOSAI.S roil MILITAHY SUI'l'MKS
Headquarters Dept. or thu 1'lattu , Chlu
Oiinrtcrmuster'H Ullk , Onialia , Nob. , March III ,
1KHS. Sealed pioposals. in triplicate , subject to
the usual conditions , will bo icrelved at this
olllco until ono o'clock a .111. , central ntnndanl
time , on dates named hereafter , ut which time
and places they will bo opened In the prcsunco
of blddeis , for the fiirnlhliliiH und delivery of
fuel , foragu , Htniw and clmrcoul. duiliiK tha
llscal year coiiimenrlnK July 1st , 1BSH , ut each ot
thu following military iiosts nnd Htatlniis :
Omaha Depot , Chincnno Ui'pot , ( Jgdon Depot ,
1'ortx Oninlm , Nlobrara , Itiiblnson , U'aHlmklu.
lu Cliemia and Doticlus'uinps ; 1'llot llutto at
Hock Bpifims , Wyoming : Valentino. Nebraxka ;
Douglas or I'oit CaHpi-r , Wyoming : I'rlcc , Utah ,
nnd the Department Itlllo Itungu , ilelluvuc , No-
I'ropoinls for wood , real nnd charcoal will bo
opened Monday. April a > th , 1W-8. Proposals for
hay , Htruw. grain and bran will bo opened 'J'hurs-
iluy. .Miiyiil , IHiiH.
KM opt at Omaha Depot , proposals will also
bo received up to thu hamu hour ( contra ! time )
by tlin QiiaitermaKter at each post abovu named
for biipplli'8 for his post only.
I'rorosuls will nUo bo received nt this olllco
until May 31 , 18 ti , for supplying grain und bran
at llordeaux , Castor , 1'oi't Casper and Douglas ,
Wyoming , and aluo at Salt Late City and 1'rtco
Station. I 'tali. '
1'iefcronco will bo given to articles of domes.
tic production , conditions of pilce und quality
being eriual , and auch preference w ill bo given
In articles of American production pioducud on
thu 1'uclllc coast , to thu extent of thn consump
tion required by tli public nei vice there l'io-
posals for ulther class of thu ktores mentioned
or. for < iuunUtloa less thun the \\holo refjulieil
\t ill bo received ,
The ( Jovernment reserves tliw right to reject
any or all proposals , or to accept any "propo-ial
for a loss quantity than tnu total bid for.
Hlank woposaln and full Instructions will bo
furnlihed on application to this olllre , or to thu
Qnartui masters or Agents of the various pouts
und stations named.
KnvL'lopes ront.ilnlni ; proposals should be
niaiked "I'roiKiutlk tor - at - , " and
uddiessert to tlie undersigned or to the it-spec-
tlvo 1'ost Quartermasters.
Quartermasters.WM. . II , IIIIClll'.S ,
ap1dtt.SI. 5 Chief Quartermaster ,
E.T.Allen , M. D. ,
Homceopathlc Specialist ,
AHD NOSE , LlU
Spectacles Accurately Prescribed.
KAMOE JSL'JL ,
' .J. OALllllAlTIl ,
Surgeon and Physician ,
Office N. W Cornur lull and ifo'inlis Ht.
telephone , USJ ; Itosldeuc * uloplior.u , Mi ,
Who In WEAK , NERVOUS. DERtMTA *
hfil TRIFLF.D IUT T Ml VIC9OR of I1ODT ,
MINI ) find MANHOOD , winning tibmullnd
drains upon the FOUNTAIN * of I.ICK ,
HEADAOIIK. I1ACKAV1IE , I ) r ml fill
Dreamt , WEAHNF/ift of Mtmorr , HASH.
rill.NERStn HOCIETT , PI MI * I. EN Upon
the FACK. nnd nil the EFFECTS Icndlncto
RARI.Y DKOAYund ivrhat * CONSUM P.
TIONor INHANITTi > houldooniultMonc
the EI.KnRATEI > Ir. Clurtr. Rttnbllihtd
1PM. ft , CUrkft hu mad * NEHVOUH IE-
niMTV. < 'IinoNI < ) ftnd Ml HUfMtl Of
the OENITO URINAIIY Orgfini n I.lfo
Itiadr. U mftkM nn difference WHAT you
bare uik n or WHO bu f ilf < l to cure jan.
liar to ttivlr ex can consult nlth ( he ruunr nco
or ipoedy teller and cure. Bond 2 cent * poitngo
tor worki on your dbcaur ) .
AVflend 4 c nta poaUfrft for Cotcbrntod
Worlin on Chronic. N rvoun and I > ell
enta Dlntatet. ContullatlAn , pertonaPy or by
letter , feo. Consult the old Doctor.
Thoninncln enred. Oincemnnd pnrlam
prlvnte.Thoso contempUUnc Narrlnitt
( and for Dr. Clntko' * celebrated giildo
SSnlo nnd Female , ach He. , both 2M.
( itamtu ) . licfntti confiding your CAM , contutt
Dr. GI.AHKE. A friendly letter or Mil mar
tavo fUluro suOerlngaml thame , nnct add Roldcn
yean to life. AS-Ilook "Life * * ( Secret ) Er-
rori , " toe. ( itampi ) . Medicine and writing *
tent everywhere , rccnro from vxpoiure.
Hours , 8 to 8 : Sundays , s lo 13. Addrccs ,
F. D. OtiABKE , M. D.
166 So. Clark SU. OUIOAOQ. ILK
1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Col
[ ) t the Missouri Slalo Mnslum of Anixtomy , St.
1,0111.1 , Mo. , University Collcpo Hospital , 1,011.
< lou , ( ilfscu. ( lonniuiy. ulul now York , having
dovotcd tuclr attention.
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF
Moro especially these nrUIng from Impru
dence , Invlto all so suiTorlng to correspond with
our ilclav Dl.icasca of lutt'ctton nml contaelon
curcil Bnfoly ml upocdlly without use. ot dan- *
Rorous ilruus. Patients whoso cases Iiavo been
ncclectoil , lindly treated or pronounced Incur
able , flhouldiiot fall to write us concerning tliclr
symptoms. All letters receive immediate atten
JUST PUBLISHED ,
And will bo mailed PURE to nuyaddrosion re
ceipt of olio SJ-ceut ntnmp. " 1'rnctlcal Observa
tions on Nervous Oobillty nml 1'liynlcjil Exhaus
tion , " to whlcli ts aililml an "Kssay on Mar
riage , " n 1th Important chapters on dlaeoHes oC
thn Reproductive. Organs thowholo forming a
valuable medical treatise which should bo read
by all young mou. Address
DRS. S. & D. DAVIESON ,
1742 Lavrrsnco St. , Denver Col.
Heal is Wealth !
Dit.E C. WEST 8 NitnvE AND DRAW TREAT
MENT , a guaranteed spoclUc for Hysteria , Dizzi
ness , Convulsions Fits , Nervous Neuralgia.
Headache , Nervous 1'rostrnilon , caused by the
uio of alcohol or tobacco , Wakefulness , Mental
Depression , Battening of the 11 rain , resulting In.
Insunlty.and leading to mlsory.decayand death.
Premature Old ABO , llarrenness. Iioss of 1'ower
in either BOX , Involuntary Loiios and Sperma
torrhoea caused by over-nxertion of the brain ,
self-abuso or over-indulgence. Each box con
tains onu month's treatment. $1.00 a box , or nix
boxes for $5.00 , sent by mall Prepaid on receipt
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To euro any casu. With each order received by
us for six boxns , accompanied with fO.W , we will
send the purchaser our written guarantee ! to refund -
fund the money if the treatment does not olfoct
a cure. Guarantees Issued ouly by C. F. GOOD
MAN , DrUBglst , Solo Agent , 1110 Paruaui Street ,
Omaha , Neb.
Chicago , Milwaukee St , Paul R'y ' ,
The llcsl Route from Omnlm and Council
Itlufls ( o
'THE ' EAST :
TWO T1IA1N3 DAILY IJBTIYKKN OMAHA AND
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. 1'nul , Mliincnpollri , Ccilnr Ilaplils ,
Hock Island , Frcrport , Itockfurd ,
Clinton , Dulnuiuc , Davenport ,
Ll ln , Madison , .Tanosvlllc ,
Jlelolt , " \Vlnoiia , Lit Crossc ,
And all other Important polntt i : t , Noilbuast and
ForthroHRli llcknU call nn the ticket neont nt 1501
Furrniiu ulreet , In Darker Illock , or at Union I'uclllo
I'ulli'nnii Bleopcrn and tlie finest ninbm Cnrs In tlia
vrorlil urorimnii tlia nmln linn of the Clilcuxo , Mil
wuukue .t Kt. I'aul Itallwuy , nnd ovury utlgiillon I *
imlil to paesenuers bjr courteous eniplojro of tbo
' .KIl , fJenoral Manneor.
J. K. TUCK KK. AxitnluitUiiMicral Miinacer.
A. V. U. OAlil'K.NTKH , Ucnoral l'iu cncor nnd
Ol ) . l IKAKroiin , Ae l tnnt Oenoral Passenger
Bnil'I'likel Anunt . . .
J.T. CI.A1UC Ooncral euporlnteinlent.
I'crchcrons , Clydesdaloa And Shirr , also home
bred colts I.Vury animal guaranteed a breeder
Our stock ha been selected with reference to
both individual merit and peilleree. Home of
these horses have taken tlrat pru at the No-
bi aska Htute I'olr. llWT. All our horses uro oo
climated , and colts of their got can bo shown.
1'rlccs reasonnblo and ay terms , ] acccHBlbla
by thu tbron luadlnw railroads of Uio state , I ) , &
rf , K , K. * M. VaunC O. .V .
wt tuiu.inr titMiinene
rii Mtl.erwit itmcdy
. * lo utbiGtaoirluc *
Welu > tolii comldir.
ftulc.tndto vry CUB l |
UsoPARXER'S GINGER JOt
Ar roiuunuu.i.l'iniouii'l | lliatcur
" ' ' ' " ' ' '
li"lK'il'.n'i ? arin 'uiu . hiUaultlubT'lniaiuiWii for
III oumatlim , iiinalo WtnViirw , > iid nil paln < and "II-
l.rJor of tUo tloiuicL uud Uvwcla , tuc. nt Krufflni.
FLORESTON COLOGNE ! '
llu. 1 ra raat acil Laitlorf cf 1'crfu utta. . J'-utftjIi.
tTT'Tuu o TTuil rcTiirp wlt&Si.fa > li or tamp > 7
ui < onriit > litt > ( wbltli we will lend , pretmld , to
i nr BM. on * Ou Dollar p ik irBoud
( ) r niilt . lliu ureatot , tloed uuU tprlurniw -
duo on enrtlj. ( To < l unlll April M. I > on4uil Weal1 1
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