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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. KECEI\LBER \ 4 , 1883.
KNOW ALL MEN - THESEPRESENTS. .
That 0HE ? PATRICK LAND COMPANY of Oinnlm , a corporation duly oi-pnni7i > tl under the laws of the State of Nehniska , In consideration ot A7iic Wtnltsund ( $0,000) ) Dollars , in hnntl
paid by Join F..V.HD.cu . , of H'j/'Oii/om / County and State of Kansas , and in further consideration herein niont'.oned ' , and Unit the said John F. liowmanii'.t / heirs , administrators , executors and ni-
frlgnS shall truly nnd fully comply with and perform all tlie provisions nnd conditions heroin contained , do hereby grant , bargain , sell , convoy and confirm \\\\\o \ \ \ \ John 1 < \ flotation , subject to sal it
provisions and conditions , the following described Heal Estate situate in the County of Uon In und Stale of Nebraska , to-wit : All of Ms five ( ) , fix ( G ) , senn (7) ( ) , ti'jht ( S ) nine ( P ) , ten (10) ( ) , tlcvcn (11) ( ) ,
vnd twh-e ( / , ) , in Mock onr hundred and fmtrtrrn (114) ( ) , in DVXJiKll VLAt'E. an tnldittnn to the city of Omnhu , us mmyal , plaited and rtconlcd. Together with ull the tenements , heredita
ments aud appurtenances to the same belonging , and all the estate , title , olalin or interest ot suiil THE PATRICK LAND COMPANY of Omaha , of , in or to the same.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the abavc described promises , with the appurtenances , unto the said John F. Jloicmun , and his heirs , executors , admlnlstrtors aim aligns , forever , subject to the
following provisions and conditions , to-wit :
First : The said premises shall be occupied nnd used for residence purposes exclusively for a period of at least fifteen years from the date hereof and for no other purpose whatever.
Second : No residence or dwelling house or other building Bhall at any time within said period of fifteen years be erected or kept , wholly or partly , on any lot hereby conveyed , within Lwonly-
flvo feet of any street line bordering on such lot or lots.
Third : No residence or dwelling house shall be erected or Icopt on said lot or lots hereby conveyed , til any tlmo within said period of fifteen years , costing less than twenty-five hundred ,
( $ i,600.00) ! ) dollars , exclusive of other buildings and improvements on said lot or lots.
Kourth : The premises herel y convoyed shall novcr during said period of fifteen years be used for any Immoral or illegal business or occupation ; nor shall any spirituous or malt liquors bo solder
or bartered nwny on said premises during said period of fifteen years.
Fifth : And the said .Mm F. Hmrmtin , hereby agrees for him < clj nnd his heirs , executors , administrators and assigns that said THE PATRICK LAND COMPANY of Omaha , its successors
or assigns , or any person or persons for the time being owning any lot or lots in the said Dundee Place , shall have the right ( and such right is hereby reserved ) tit any time during said fifteen years , to
obtain from any court of competent jurisdiction , an injunction mandatory or otherwise , to prevent u breach of any of said conditions hereinbefore enumerated nnd to compel the observance of said
conditions by wild John F. Jlomnan , his heirs , executors , administrators and assigns , and in addition to snob remedy the party or parties aggrieved by any such broach may recover damages therefor
the same as if there were no such right to mi injunction : And in case of a breach of any of the said conditions by said John F. Uommui hit heirs , executors , administrators or assigns , said THE
PATRICK LAND COMPANY of Omaha , its sueees'-ors or assigns shall have the further right ( which right is'hereby reserved ) at its or their option to declare a forfeiture , and thereupon the said
premises shall revert to and become the property of said THE PATK1CK LAND COMPANY of Omaha , its successors or assigns , and it or they may eutor upon and hold the biinio and thu tltlo thereto ,
anything in this deed to the contrary notwithstanding.
Sixth : Each and all the conditions nnd covenants aforesaid shall run with and blnti the land hereby conveyed and every part thereof and bo binding upDii every person who shall bo the owner
thereof ( luriig ) aid period of fifteen years.
Seventh : By accepting this deed the mid John F. floicman hereby binds himself and his heirs , executors , administrators und assigns to observe all the conditions hereinbefore mentioned in
fully as though he had signed these presents.
And the said TH E PATRICK LAND COMPANY of Omaha , for itself , its successors and assigns , covenants with the said John F. Jiowinun and his heirs and assigns , that it is lawfully seized
of said premises , that they are free from incumhranco , that it has good right and lawful authority to sell the same , and that it will warrant and defend the same unto the said John F. Jiotctnun , his
heirs , executors , administrators and assigns , forever , against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever : subject to the conditions heroin und subsentisnt ( d.rw.
WITXKSS WiiKitnor , THE PATRICK LAND COMPANY of Omaha , has caused these presents lo be signed by Us Vice-President and Secretary , and the seal ot the corporation to bo hereto
aflixed , this 3rd day of Jccnnbn ; A. 1) . one thousand eight hundred and cighty-c/j/M. / /
The Patrick Land Company of Omaha ,
SOLE OWNERS OF DUNDEE PLACE.
Hoom 26 , Chamber of Commerce , Omaha , Nebraska.
W. H. CRAIG , President , N , D , ALLEN , Vice President. W , K , KURTZ , General Manager ,
THE RIGHTS OF WOMANKIND ,
Two Loading : Advocates Proaont
Thorn to an Omaha Audionco.
GOOD WORDS FOR ENGLAND.
.liilin Itull'rt Policy Toward 1 lie C.cnllor
Sex Hold li > for Krotlior .loiiu-
tliun'a Emulation MUuvu -
tliony Kiidoiw.s Tlio llco.
The Woman SuflVnglstH.
Itoyd's opera house contained last night a
fairly largo audience of ladies and gentle
men , the latter predominating , who were us-
sumhlcd tohcarMNs Susan It , Anthony and
islri. Elizabeth Cady Stanton address the
members of the Nebraska Woman Suffrage
association , and such of the general public
as felt inclined to p.iy an admission fco for
the privilege of hearing the two ladies men
The meeting was called for S o'clock , but
It was about a quarter past the hour before
Mr * . ClatM U. Colby took the chair. Mrs.
Colby was accompanied upon the platform
by about half udo < : en ladies who arc inter
ested lu tliOjWork of the society.
In Introducing the object of the associa
tion , Mrs. Colby referred to the gro.it pro
gress that tbo society hud made during the
pnst two years , in the htato of Xobr.ika par
ticularly , and the count ry ( , 'nerally. America
v as described as being away behind other
civilized nations upon the subject olvmmuj
suffrage , and the members of the association
were exhorted to combine in the future , and
thereby ntfi-ct better results. The .Methodist
mid Lulhcrnti churches were oulogi/cd for
their liberality in recent coiivontioim by al
lowing female- delegates to take part In their
deliberations. An eloquent oiiloginm uus
iiald to William ICwart cihubtono and Lord
Salisbury for their advocacy of woman suf-
irngc , aud the Wom.m's Suffrage a * < ! > ociaiion
wore announced as being here to stay until
they got tlicic. Miniatcift of religion ,
United State sonulont.nnu nwvapapiT editors
generally cumo in for a severe cantlgation at
the hands of Mrs , I'olby , for their poibistcnt
mitagonism of the rights of women tovoto. .
Statistical matter was given by the speaker
to prove that .suicide , drunkonnetis , pauper
ism and vko generally was IOSH prevalent
umonst women than the male HCX. After
paylni ? ti feeling tribute to tlio memory of
Mrs. Harriet Hrooks , of Omaha , whoso great
ci'rvlco to the cause of woman's , suffrage
was testified to , Mr . Colb.\ Introduced to
the audience Mis. Kluabeth Cady Ht.inton.
Mrs , Stanton addressed the meeting seated
in u chair and read her speech from niaiui-
Kcrlpt copy. In subst.inco she said :
. .ludgoVuilo , in a recently published
pamphlet , had conclusively shown that in
the thiitccu original colonies of this country
women \\cro assured the right of voting , but
when an appeal is made to-day to the legis
lature of u btuto lor similar rights , we tire
lira told they have no poivcr to grant the re
quest. In JCnghuid from tune immemorial
women had granted to them Iho right to
vote and hold important public olllccs and
perform Impoitant functions ; but these
rlgbts had been stolen from them and it hail
remained tor Mr. tiladstono , by his ' mu
nicipal franchise" and "married woman's
property" bills to commence to restore to
her the prerogatives ului had been defrauded
oul of , The trouble with ICngland was that
to have a vote u woman must have a property
I propose , said Mrs. Stanton , to talk to
night , not upon the right of us women to
' vote , but rather upou the duty of voting.
Men in the struggle to-day fur wealth are
losing all Interest in the great political
ibsucti that como boforu the country i and the
government of our country la relegated into
the care of a few professional politicians. The
great bulk of those who should exhibit an In
terest in such matters care little about re-
hulls ; and women likewise to-day evince little -
tlo appreciation of the importance ) of the tutf-
fiugo. The inevitable consequence follows ,
and corruption and Imbecility in our govern
ment is visible. Our public ! newspapers are
constantly peferrlng to this apathy on the
part of our people , and only recently In a
splendidly written editorial TIIK OMAHA Hii : :
( Iho most Influential journal In Nebraska )
hud commented upon the necessity of ull law.
abiding citizens attending the primaries and
so preventing thu goveruuietit of the city
. .C'J4jt'VT.i ? - . - "
from falling Into Iho hands of boodlers nnd
up principled mou. Thu sphere of man and
woman arc the sauio , but they have different
duties to perform ; but her interests aru iden
tical with the uisin , and sbo sufferers ju n
corresponding ratio witli the mnn , from tuo
evil effects of the mul-aduiinistniUoti of
our social life. Women hiivo paths
of duty in social lif" K-r which
tlior arc peculiarly lilted , the supervision of
education , religion , school houses , our jails ,
the treatment of criminals anil the protection
of children , arc especially work for which
women are lifted. Man has failed in two in
stances very signally. First , to Hud out the
true iiuttiro of women , nnd secondly , to as
certain the location of the north polo.
[ Laughter. ] Let a muii treat n woman prop
erly mid he will soon find out her true na
ture. Is not an American woman capable of
wielding the power that Queen Victoria
asserts f Queen Victoria , when only seven
teen jearn of ago , cheerfully undertook the
enormous responsibilities of her oftiee , and
by careful study hod lilted herself for hrr
exalted position. Mrs. Stnnton gave a vivid
description of the preliminaries to , ami the
actual coronation services of England's
dueeii , which was listened to with profound
ollcnco by the audience , and at 'its close It
was i-nwnrdud by n hearty round ot applause.
Dignify , said the speaker , our women , and
wo give our sons now lessons in reverence
for women. Al ! our institutions , social nnd
political , have ever been luuscullno in their
formation. In them man lias ocen selfish
and only consulted his own Interests.
Kent , Lucky , nnd other legal und historical
authorities were severely handled by Mr * .
Stanton for tln-ir prejudiced views upon
woman1' ; rights. The hoei.il evil was than
referred to , and its treatment bv men ridic
uled in bc-iiUiing language. The cheapest
article of commerce , said Mrs. Stanton , is
woman , and the purchase of girls for the
purpose of infamy go on under our present
enlightened masculine form of government.
[ Loud Applause ! . The remedy for this Is ,
educ.itu our daughters , and lit them for the
responsibility that conies with -oioo in the
government of their country , titvo thum
access to the learned professions and throw
wide- open to women nil the privileges of our
colleges. Concluding , Mrs , SMiiton exhorted
I hi ) women of the u.iy when discussing the
question of suflrugo to discard old creeds and
authorities amlHOL'kinspjr.iUon from a higher
power ; and try and nay whether or not
woman Is forever to remain the slave of
another human soul.
MUi Susan 15. Anthony being called
upon made u brief speech in which
the development of the pnncip es
of the association wcro referred to with
much gratlllcatlon , and the Tsood work ac
complished in Kansas was alluded to , and
held up to the NobriisUn association us an
incentive for redoubled o.\ortions thin com
ing legislature. Miss Anthony gave the
newspapers seine hard rubs , and at times
blu < handled the subject of her speech "with
out glows. " The lalo "dilllculty" between
the north mid south and the emancipation of
the slaves was referred to iia a military ne
cessity , and Senator Plumb , of Kansas , got
n severe cnstlgatlon from the Hpcnker.
Clwwlng and ttmoklng tobncco and drinking
wcro held to > 'u indefensible In u supurlnlon-
dent or male teacher in the public schools ,
ami the success of the republican ticket in
Knus.is was stated to have bcc.n the outeoino
of the combined efforts of ttio female voters
ol that Hate. |
lioforo dismissing the meeting Mrs. Colby
gave notice that the association would mcc't
to-day at'J ' o'elocic in the Methodist church
on Davenport street. At II o'clock a visit
will bo paid to the Llninger art collection.
lie assembling at 1 : 'M p. in. , It will continue
in session until it p. in. , and at that hour will
adjourn to hear Miss Anthony's Iodine. In
the evening a reception will bo held lu the
parlors of the P.iMOn hotel from 8 until 10
TIII-J OOUNOlTr OOXSIMKATOHS.
Tliey Ajjnln I'rcrciit a Quorum Man -
vlllo ItoiiHtH ol' Ills Guilt.
The city council met last night that is ,
some of its members did. Councilmcn Kus-
pur , Lowry , Alexander , Cheney , Kitchen
and lluriduim met In the council uhainbor ,
and were thcrowhcn , President Hccholl
culled them to order. Councilman Mnnvlllo
wan there ut the same tlmo , but was afraid
there would bo a quorum and slipped out.
Before leaving1 , however , ho wtiUpcred to a
cltlrcn that there was just enough present to
declaie no quorum awl they "would down
1)roach ) any way , " Ho intimated further
that an adjournment for want of u quorum
wua the only way to do It , as It would give
"tho boytf a chance to get lu their work to
elect the judges aud clerks of tlcction. " Pat
Ford was lost In the shadows that surround
the police cells , and only adjourned
when .liin Crcighton told him that
Mnndvillo's scheme worked. Iko Hascall
got as far as Manor's saloon before ho heard
the good news , and then remained there the
greater part of the evening in order to get
his friends primed for to-day's work at the
polls. The motion to adjourn for waat of u
quorum was mndu by Councilman Lowry ,
afid .limCreigliton at once struck for Wit-
tig's saloon , where ho was scon at a lata
hour telling the wavering voters. "I'm for
Pat Ford. "
The whole farce was over at 7:53 : , and the
few members of the council who stood In
the corridors awaiting the grand flnnlc , were
then permitted to go to the various ward
headquarters nnd "plug. "
'HIE "UEUAIjI > " SOLD.
H. A. Crni K liuyt ) u Controlling In-
tcrcHt null Tu ken Charge.
U. A. ralgg , formerly connected with the
business department of the Pioneer Press of
St. Paul , but luterly In a similar capacity
with the Times , of Chicago , has purchased a
controlling interest in ttio Herald of this city ,
having taken charge yesterday. When soon
by a reporter last night Mr. Craigg stated
that the purchase had been made as above
stated and also added that ho would occupy
the position of general manager of that
paper. In politics he stated ttio Herald
would undergo no change. As to the price
paid , ho had nothing to say , but it is under
stood that an inducement was made to him
to invest. John McShano Is Btill Interested
and is a joint owner with Mr. Craigg.
The new manager has had years of ex
perience in the business and in rated asbeinir
well up in the newspaper art. Ho has taken
up quarters at the Murray , ami will bo Joined
by his AVifo in n few dais.S'ilimm K. Ward ,
his stop-.son , will occupy an important posi
tion with the management.
The Arniour'CiHlntiy Fire.
By 10 o'clock Saturday uight men wcro at
work investigating the loss at the Armour-
Ciulahy lire and arranging to repair the
works. Assistant Manager .Innie-s H. Howe
Informed Tin : Kii : representative that the
damages would not exceed ? 'iO,000 , unless the
machinery Is Injured moro than they now
have cause to believe. Superintendent JamoR
Phillips states that ho does not know to
what extent the machinery has been injured.
But with a Binllo born of confidence Mr.
Howe said the Injury would bo repaired In a
day or Uvo.und that the work would bo going
on as usual by Tuesday or Wednesday next.
11 Irani Miilx , cashier of the ( icorge H.
Hammond Packing houses , running to the
fire , fell among tlio ties on the stockyards
track crossing the driveway Boutti of the
feed-master's oftiee. and was badly injured.
Following Mr. Mills were two unknown
Bohemians , ono of whom fell nnd the other
lumping over him and to the fihlo between
the tracks , lighted In the drive-way ten feet
below and was jambcd up some. An un
known man ran over the bank near the
Klcctrio Light house but escaped with a
painful jar , while a moro fortunate ono ran
over the twenty-foot bank Into Thirty -third
btrcot and escaped without Injury ,
The work on repairing the damage done by
the lire , Is going ua night and day us fast as
men and animals can do it.
DiXZER-In this city , December 2 , 13ll/a.
belli Denzcr , mother of Mrs. P , K. ller ,
nged 75 years and 11 months.
Funeral on Wednesday , December 5 , at 2
p. in. , from the residence of P. K. ller ,
corner Sixteenth and Jackson streets.
Mrs. Denzor was formerly from Tiflln , O. ,
ami was an old resident of Omaha , and Was
a devout member of the Knglisli Lutheran
Hnllroait Vvlul | > oilu IlldofN Killed.
PHOVIUK.NCB , It. I. , Dec. 3. Thomas Uurk ,
n bignal light tender on the Old Colony rail *
road , while traveling on a railroad velocipede
early yesterday morn lag- , was struck and
killed by a locomotive. Two hours later , at
Mount Hope station , Michael Nolan , track
man , while on a velocipede , was run down
by u train aud killed ,
WniitH to Hprlut.
Thomas Huyncs of this city Is anxious to
meet uuy pedestrian In Nebraska , barring
John Hourihun , lu a four-foot race , for f50 a
hldo , or in a sack race , to bo ran in 100 yards
To buy , or buy control. State amount ,
dopositH nnd rate of interest obtained.
All letters confidential. Address
"Bunker , " care First National bank ,
A Tpiiwernncc BIcotlnR.
Mr. Crilchileld commenced a scries of
temperance meetings at the Illllsldo Con
gregational church last night. About sixty-
five peplo signed the pledge. Much interest
was'takon. The meetings will continue for
several evenings and as much longer us any
good can bo accomplished.
Use Hosford'H Acid Phosphate.
Dr. C. U. Drake , Bollvillo , 111. , says : "I
have found it , and it alone , to bo capable of
producing a sweet and natural sleep in cases
of msomiia from overwork of the brain ,
which so often occurs in active professional
and business men. "
The Gihson School Open * .
The Gibson school was opened yesterday
by Miss Nagl , the novvly appointed principal.
There rtro accommodations for nbout ono
hundred scholars who will bo transferred
from Bancroft school.
Pears' soap secures tt'bcaulilul com
A Pnpcr Clothing Factory.
T . C. Mudgc , president of the American
Paper Clothing company , of Deiroit , has es
tablished an agency in this city. Ho was
much impressed with Omaha during his recent -
cent visit and thinks very favoranly of it as
n silo for a factory for his goods. The plant
of the establishment would Involve an
outlay of ? Or > , OCO.
The pronrietors of Salvation Oil , the great
est euro on earth for pain , will pay a largo
reward if any certificate published by them
is not found genuine.
Tom , Dick and Harry appear again with
tholr grandmother's recipes for coughs , etc. ,
but Iho people know Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
To Up Sent to I'urt Ijinvonwortli.
In accordance with instructions from the
office of the adjutant general of the army ,
the commanding oOlccr at Fort Omaha will
will send , under charge of a sergeant and
two privates IIH guard , to Fort Leavenworth
military prison , the following named military
convicts : William O. Kcut and Thomas J.
Tlioso who take Dr. Jones'Rod Clover
Tonic ncvor have dyspepsia , costiveness -
ness , bad breath , piles , pimples , n uo
and malaria , poor appetite , low spirits ,
headache or kidney troubles. I'rico SO
cont-J. Goodman JJruy Co.
The following bulldinu penults wcro issued
llrynnt I'lielps , ono nml half story frame
dwelling , Iliumiton struct , near Tillity
cltrhtb htroet H.MO
I'hlllli ) Clarke , Darn ivnil ullerallon to
i\wollln \ , Trtenty.lUth and Cumins
N , ( jrush , ono triune guttuge , 1'ourtcentli ,
ni'iir Mnrthn street ' . . . ( XX )
/.Ion llitpti.st chiirch fnuno church. Grunt ,
between Twenty-second and Twenty.
fourth streets -"OO
Four permitnggretmtlng f..t/JO
\Vlicr H LowU ?
W. M. Stevens , of Tabor , la. , has written
the chief of police requesting him to ascer
tain If n man named Kd Lewis bad suicided
hero since August 7. Ilo also desires to
know If any'person 1ms tmluldcd horoilmt
has not yet hoon Identified since the above
dato. A negative reply was raudo by the
coroner in either caso.
Children Cry for Pitcher's ' Castoria.
Whan Babr wai gJck , we cave her dutorla.
When Mio was a Child , ike cried for Quitorla ,
WJien ebo became JIlu , ebo cluflpto Orutorta ,
MTlien ha UaJ Children , he B TO Uiem CSoirtorla.
Bias Tor rublic Prlntlnc.
STATR Ol' NKI1HA8ICA , 1
OrKicn oi'Tiiu STATE UOAHDOII'HINTINO , >
IilM'OI.X , NOV. 15 , JBfl ) . )
NOTtCn Tl IIIDDKIIS.
Sealed proposals will bo received at nnv tlmo
on or before : J o'clock p. in. of the lltli tlnv of
DoceinlHT. A. D. 1883 , for tlio printtngof nil bills
Tor the legislature , with such inattora as may bo
ordered by cither house thereof to bo printed In
"bill form , " which Is shown mid dciljcuatod nn
Class ono (1) ( ) under the printing laws oC thustnto
l''ortiojrintlup ! ] nnd binding In paper covers
onothoii iindli ( 0)coIcH ) | each ot the biennial
reports of the auditor public Bcconnts.tren'iuror ,
secretary of state and commlstfonor ( ifpubllu
, lands nnd bulUUnus : imd live hundtotl ( fiW )
copies each of the biennial reports of the attor
ney general , superintendent public instruction.
Htato librarian and adjutant ccneral ; and ull
other reports and Documents that may bo or-
doled printed by the lojtlfiluturo , except such as
may outer Into and foim a p.irt of the Journals ,
which class ofvnrlc IH known und doalKiiated iiu
Cla.ssi : under the piinliiit'laws of Nebraska.
The bill work executed under Class 1 shall be
printed In small pica type on paper fourteen ( II )
inches long l > y eight and one-half ( M.i Inches
wide , single page , paper to l > o UH pounds double
cap to the rviiin tinil except tholUlo pagooacli
page bhall contain notions tlmn Wvonty-llvo ( S5) )
lines of milia matter of syven (7) ) inches in length ,
and Iho lines shall DO succcsHlvely numbered
with a blank only In each space oetwcen the
The title page of said bills shall contain not
less than eighteen llh ) lines as above , with Cl )
Inches additional space allowable for display
title matter. inch : bid Bhall state what the bid
der Is willing to do the work complete Torpor
page , Incltultngcomposltloti. paper , presswork ,
HtltcldiiR , folding and all work or material en
tering Into the work required.
All work executed miUer flats 1 shall bo de
livered In good order by the contractor to the
onicoof the H.'cretnry of state within three ( . ( j
days after tinut'celpt of the order by said con
tractor from the chairman of the com mlttee on
printing In i-lthor br.inchof tlio lu islaniv.
.All work executed under Class tnreeiill shall
bo printed In long primer , brevier and non
pareil type , on pnpor to bo nine ( ! 0 Inchon long
by six ( ill wide , slnglo page , imticr to bo foitv-
llvo < IJi ) ! ! ) ( . to the ream , wlilto I ook. Kach bid
under Cl.iHHil shall utalii what the bldiler H will
ing to do the work complete for per page , on
each icport or Item In Iho cla s , Including composition -
position , paper , pi OMwork , htitchlng. folding
iindiill work or material entering Into the woik
roinlrod. ( Jnllcy and page juoof must bo fur-
nislied when reqidifd by the olllcers of ttio
executive doparlinent or llio clialiinnn of the
ronimlitoo on printing In either branch of tlio
legislature. Work when completedto bellvcted
frco of uxiiciiki ) at the tiiiito lun o.
Proposals for work on each of the nbovo
clusHeH ulll not bo connlderi'd unless tliusiiinu
Bhall boflrrompunled by a bond In the sum of
llvo tlioiiHiiiiil li'i.KO ) ( lollurx , with t\\o or more
nuretle.s , that In case the p.irty proponing for
such rontriH't shall bo awarded tlio name such
party will within live days after the award to
htm of Htich contract enter Into bonus for Iho
faithful performonce thereof , us piovlded by
law nnd tlie terms ot tliefco propo > als.
Proposals shall he marked "Proposals for
Public Printing" and addressed to the stain
bonrd nf printing In earn of the aocretary of
fctnte , Lincoln , Neb.
Contiactson ( 'Lies one ill a above specified
will be awarded , IH u wholu.
Contnictson C'liiss three Cl ) ns above fcpccllled
will l > o awarded in whole or In part , us the
board inuy ; le < 't.
Samples of the work to bo executed under
classes ono nnd tlueo may be Been lit the olllco
of the secretary of btate.
ContrnctHoii above clast-es ono nnd three to
run two years fioui Dec , II , | PH8 ,
'Iho slate printing board rmorves Iho right lo
inject any or all bills ,
(1. li. I.AWK , Kocrrtary of fitato.
II. A. IIAIICOKK , Auditor Public Acc'ts , .
l. II. WH.LAKD , StatoTreasnier ,
n''ldtodlu Of the state lloaul of i'rlntln ; ; .
Preserve Your Health
I ) . (5. HAI.fc & CO.'H I
JtATKfl niTKBKIN I'
to portions ouscoptlble tooold tlio
liast iiroteclloa nijatnit 1'NF.U
MO.VIA , IIHIlfMATIHM. Ulld
II II I.CNO U1HHAHKS Iteroni-
mended for I.odlM nnd Kentlu-
men by the Mnllrnl I'acul ty
Bend forlllnbtroted circular.
C.VNFIIILI ) HUnilKIt CO.
S rK M.lNl'lMCTrilKIH
S3 Lcor ari S . , How York City
JiniCIOUB AND PlHSISHNf
Advertising lias always p'-ovoa
Biicccsaful. Ilofoio plncintran ?
Kowspupor Advertising consui
LORD & THOMAS ,
iDTrniiMfu iiKJis ,
IS ( i IU * UU Utrect. CHIRAOO.
Surgeon and PhysicUi ,
UfQCo N. W Corner nth aol uouul.ii dt. Oilica
talaylioijo , i3 ( ! ; ItoJkluuco toloyliona , ull.
D1VO11UK.S-A , ( loODllICIl , ArrollstV-AT-I.Aif ,
l.'l Dearborn St. , CliicuMdi mlvleu fruui VI ycari
- tiuiiiieti ( | uletlanil '
Electromagnetic Belts !
The Grandest Triumph ol Electric Science Set *
Scientific cnlifical1 * lvladc and P "cally Applied.
" ' DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICINES
Hnvc JOH I'oln. In ( lie ll . 'lllln , li.n.l or I.linh Nrrv
WHEN ALL ELSE FA8L.S.
' mod t y permission. JNOl'U ttio following i\ho liuto hern
TESTIMONIALS . . - . . . . . . ml. 1C. H. : Parker and J.M. llaalett.Allun Hoard of Trade. CMra-
Bfftt I A. ilrenory. ' commission im reliant Utock Ynrusj Jlndd I'uble I , tlie ) treat hoit.ptHQIH > A. O. AVundtitr. fil I ) ,
MalnBtiWe , Ilufraln , N. V , ; U. W. Hellutt.M. ! > . , Mormontown.Iflirai I 'inuol .MI1LKnnWnkeii , 111 [ Jud o I.
31urrayNanervill > , in. ; K. I , . AbbottMiut. city writer works. Huuttillfiitl , Jiul.i HobC. It. bainpgcn , C'lilcn o
btoftlcut L.I ) . McMicliat'l , H. 1 > .IlulfAlu , N. Y "Vour | K > U tins actotii ) > llsh \vliatna ulhir rtiiiiHly liam
' " iicrrua gad coinfprtnble nleep at night. " Ilo lit. HA ! ] , _ nilermaii. | _ lee KnBiayiiihirc ! r . Kew Ynruytito ,
Wl'ABS , NERVOUS PEOPLE.
-nulfoiy curodlji Cffclaj I/11. -
Jlorno'AKlp tro5f offnrtto lielt *
JTruuc mlilncd. Oi.arautc'ctlttjo
only ono In the world Rcneratlng
orontlnuowi Klectrlo it llagnella
'cvrrtnt. fcclcntltlc.rowcrful. Durable.
Corafortablo and Jittecllro. Avoid trnuvs * , ii ; ictrlclty. ( IfilUNTfCl ) tlio
Jl ra.Qfts ? ' ' -1-t. : WSS St HtI P roved , cTiv P'tHcl ntlrt < . nowprrul.du *
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-npK5rarM J ; ! ; TlT u ,
IlKrEIlENrES ; Anv Imnk , cninmerciAl Pr < ncy orXvoMbofftis eompnriiiii witbinnnr nlfa nfi anrt worth-
! In C lilcsifof wliolt ftalo uru gtyf ( Dftuj g liuluitloiu. KLhCflilU 'iliUHflEH ( OK ItmilUK *
Frmicl connachlcRK-o. P.OOO curtd ScnjBUinpforilluatrutcd pamohlcu
DR. W. J. HORNE , Inventor , 191 V/abash Avenue , Chicago.
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W. G. ALBRIGHT ,
Real Estate ,
2188.15th St. , Omaha.
BEST AND CHEAPEST-
AHPUITPPT0 r" ST.VUH , JB10 Sovrant St. . Omaha , lias draxen plnns aud
nnunilbUI ipoclUcutlonH fora U room frnine hoiiBe. which cnmlilnoa
ntlllty.comfort.economr und bunmy.ln a vuiy ImpogHihle in any I
house Utat costs from tl.'tnO to Jl.i ) J AH moro than 1U )
will buliiult ro , 1 can nlTord lo otr r ix nopT for
U5 , tlio usual tif.t otherwlHu l > ojng from
dralgni firnUhud b judged
t tolper ie'j' . i' .ontaiipHid for. , u can
For a THrlctj of ald p form the netx orplaogof completed buildings ot
E per cent more oil ( IcBcrlptloDH. 1 Imvo in my ollliu , rauelnu In cost
from (0,000 to(100,000 , My unuuual oxpoilcuco ulll guaruiitoi satisfaction
nd reliable coatructoru ouIyB.ro engaged on my works. 1'arllua wlahlnc to bulhl
( u coidliiilr luvltod. '
jyij-i rrora ra\jlnmium \ > or Vita h e Mrlouiljr vlnlnt I
Ihulr \ lulll/or DcUlltited Iliclr NC.-IQHI S utm3ui'l luj
; c lnctpotluit.1 for Iho Dntlei
Muiljr cr Li to on Cad u
full i.iftit ( kHr KiloieJ l 'yOUNO MEN to
IbiourU IV1IVlra or ICUO..M. 1.41. w" " u.T.oj 11.1 itiui. i
lU.lrJort u.Bt.l.m..u4Ii.in.U.u4 fo.ldlh lrr * .r'l
' OLDER MEN wti . virl Ur ul roii / lu . rtirat'
1 wb Bci.1 . tl.nii.-lr 1. . . VUnrou.or K.ullr
1 ! ? f ? "W8IIO MEN OB HEH AB05T T $
ue.iur Ij r r"lr r uu < . tuwi
mluai. ta JatuJaf ,
WVASICOCtlf RAOICAllT CURED WITHOUT CP BffnO .W
CIVIAL2 REMEDIAL AQENCY'
Hi ) Fultan 3U til , tftv < Yorin
Or the LI inor Habit , I'osltlrcly Cured bj
AdmluIblcrlngDr. Hulnca' Golden
U can be Riven In a cup of coffee or tea wlthi
put the tnowlcrlgo ot the pi rson taking It ; nhsol
lutelybannlDSR , and will on net a peiinuuuiitnnd
poedy cure , w Jif-ther the patient J u nioclnrnta
UrlnkerorHii alcoholic wjoci. Thousands ol
drunkarili hiiro bocn uiado tumporato men who
have lakou ( iolileu Hncclllo lu tliolr cuirco with.
out Ibelr knowleilce and to-duy believe they
milt drinking of Uu-lrou-n tree will. Itnovet
falls. ThesyBtem once improcnated With tlio
Qpoclflc , It b cnmes ull utter linpos llllliy tot
the liquor nppctHo to exlsl. Foraalo by Kulin
k Co. , lotli und Douglas ot.'i. , UIKI ibth and Cum >
Inest * . , OniMlm , Nub.i A. It. roster & Jlro-
Tounall JllntTj. lown. *
Epps's Cocoa ,
"Ilr a tliortiuiili lnuiAludtiu of Ilia natural latri
wlilth KOTtim Ilia oixirallonior dlKumlon and nutili
tloii , uuil by a rart'tnl uiillrallnii | | oMiielluo i > rui | r <
tlo of vrtilf-teluctoil roion , Mr. ICjpi | liuj provliloil our
bruakluil ULIu Tillliu dullrntin ; llavornl hoveritej
whlcli mnr Biro u niiiiiy huiivy iluclor' Mill. Hit
by the juillrloun 1110 ol itiu-li urtltlen of clcli thuttt
coimUluiluii niuy to itrnUiiully built up until tlrunj
tiaoiiltli Ui ru.lkt uvt-ry tuiidimiy to ilmi'n.o. lluu *
dreiU of > ubtl iiiitla > lle < uro tluutlnv aruiuul tin rouilr
louttiu'k wliiTuver iburii In uwuHk inilnt. Weiuur
ocaiia ninny u filial ilull by kiiKi.lim mir tliu well
lorlllloij with | > uro blood unit u properly nuurliliod
frame * " -Civil HorvleoOaiotte.
Muilu.lniply wllli lio'lliiM wuleror unlit , Hold oaly
talinlf iiniiniftliii brflroierK Inbcluil llnm ! i
ll " > u-opathicChomUta , I
, , lx > xno.v , IMJIAND. : 1 >
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