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THE OMAHA BEE
Ommii I'APEK OP THE CITY.
TO COltltl'.SPOXIlR.'V'ni. I
Vn iki vor ileiirit injr contribution. wliat.Ter
of a lltrrarr or twwtlcal character) and wo
will nut uiidnrtolce lo prevrre, gr to "turn
Hkmhiic, luanjr ." wuaterer. Our 'SUIT
It tuRt dently lafje to mftr. than .tipplr er
.llrallsJ spsc. la thf direction.
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tion of whst nitur.scwTer. Tlili li not In
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factlao to 1 1 pnif f (ood faith.
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with crop, country politic, and on any sub
lent whatTr of general Interest to the peo
ple of our Plate. Any Information connect
4 with the election, and relating to fiodi.
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be written iiwm one aid. of the sheet onljr.
At I, AaxouitCMMn of candidate for office
whether made by (elf or friends, and
whethnrai nutlceior communications to the
Klltor, are (until nomination are made)
Inipljr perxmal, and will 1 charged as ad
vertisement. All communications should lie addressed to
K. K03KWATKK, Klltor and t'ulllilier, Draw
It is now probable that President
Qrant will pay Oaiaun n visit some
time during the spring, while on his
projected tour to the Pacific coast.
Our citizens must therefore see to it
that they elect a mayor who has the
rapacity to receive the chief execu
tive of the nation with becoming dig
nity nud gravity.
Ir I to bo hoped the chronic grum
blers and fault-finder who are never
pleased with the nominations made
by political parties, will attend in
person at the primary meetings,
which am to come oil in this city
within a fuw days. If they want to
send honest and capable men to the
City Council, they must niako a per
sonal effort to securo their nomination
at the primaries. If they desire judi
cious management of our public
schools, let them see to it personally
that good men nre placed in nomina
tion. Sen' ai cm Morton'h resolution de
claring the sent of Caldwell vacant
will be finally disposed of to-day or
to-morrow. Caldwell's most energet
ic backers in this instance are his col
leagues with Democratic proclivities.
Like the fellow that strained at a
gnat but swallowed the camel these
extra constitutional sticklers aro
quoting profusely from Calhoun and
Jacksou to show that the action of
State Legislatures arc irrevocable
Those virtuous wiseacres declare,
however, that they will vote for n res
olution of expulsion. It takes only
a majority to vacate Caldwell's seat
while it will require two-thirds to ex
It is to bo hoped no person will al
low his namo to be used as a candi
date for the Hoard of Education who
has not ample time to devote to the
very important business which re
quires tho attention nf every member
of the Hoard. In the pant year ex
periencehas demonstrated that not
more than one-half nf the members
take any decided interest in the de
tails of school management. A num
ber ot these gentlemen have been
habitually absent. Now let us have
no more, such negligence. If any
member who holds over, finds his
time too precious to 1g devoted to
his duty on tho Hoard, ho will coufer
a blessing upon tho youth of our city
if he resigns now, and gives the peo
ple an opportunity to elect somebody
who can devote moro time to this ser
vice at tho city election.
Tmk re-oganized board of Universi
ty Regents meet lor the first time, at
the State Capital, to-day. The ses
sion will probably bo protracted be
yond tho ordinary length of time, in
order to afford the new members an
opportunity to acquaint themselves
with the business routine . as
well as the condition of
the institution, past and present. It
is to be hoped, that nmoug tho first
steps taken by the new board, will bo
tho appointment of h competent arch
itect to carefully inspect tho
University building, and report
what, if any steps are
necessary to aecurj tho structure from
premature, destruction or decay. If
there is the slightest liability of the
caving in of tho foundation or any
portion thoreof, immediato steps
should be taken to replace them with
substantial material. In the matter
of the finances, it will also be judici
ous to adopt some kind of reform in
ocder to guard elfeetually against all
liability of losses from failure of banks
or otherwise. Wehayo never been able
tojunderstand why the Regents should
maintain a special treasurer for the
afo keeping of tho university funds.
If, however, such a superuuutary of
ficial must be supported at tho ex
pense of the school fund, at all lin.
ards, let us know at least that he will
not manipulate tho funds for private
speculation; or run any risks of los
ing it nljogether.
Tup. railroad war in California is
waxing hotter every day. Lost Tues
day the locrl election at .Sacramento
waa fought entirely upon this issue.
The Baa Frauclsc Chonids says in
"All higher questions wore forgot
ten. Democracy nud Republicanism
were substantially ignored, It was
hitter haud-'tbdinnd combat between
the Union nerspaper and the Cential
Pacific railroad. For the li rst time.
wo believe, in American politics, tho
representatives of a corporation took
the stump and openly advocated tho
carrying of a municipal election in
the iuterest of the company to whioh
they belonged. . Governor Stanford
President of. the Central Pacific rail
road, and Mark Hopkins, a Director,
convened tho railroad employees and
from the standpoint of their pergonal '
interest of tho company nsked them i
to vote solidly for tho wclfaro of tho J
claimed by tho officers of this com
pany is to concedb to them tho right
t make tneir personal interest ine
issue in political elections in the
State. To concede tho principle Is
to allow associated corporations the
right to marshal all the no3ts of labor
ers throughout the nation and all in
the interest of their moneyed power
and compel them to vote as the in
terest of combined weulth may dic
tate. This is an alarming step.
Messrs. Stanford and Uopkins will,
In tho event of the people accepting
the issue and driving them to tho
wall, have the reflection that they
inaugurated tho contest, mado the
issue and invited tho conflict. It is
a bold and audacious movement. It
precipitates tho fight. Rut, ns the
struggle is inevitable, it may, perhaps,
as well come now In this State as to
bo longer delayed. Wo are ready,
and enlist in the war."
It will bo almost useless to add
that tho contest resulted in the tri
umphant election of tho railroad can
didates. ACCORDING to tho Nationvl Repub
lican of tho 15th, "tho increased or
back pay duo to members of the
Forty-second Congress has nearly nil
been paid. In tho settlement the
stationery, newspaper and mileage
accounts have been deducted
from the amount due each
member under the new law. Tho re
sult shows that with these deductions
the aggrcgato increase of expenditures
is not so great as has been stated.
Many members, especially tho Repre
sentatives from the "Western States
and Territories, received less than
they did under the old system,
when their mileage accounts amount
ed to much more than their regular
From the same journal we glean
that the recent examination of the
salury accounts of members ot both
Houses consequent upon tho pay
ments of tho increase of salaries has
dclveloped some strange facts.
Among others is tho disclosure
that soveral members from tho
South drew pay before they
were admitted, and even for Con
gresses to which they were not ad
mitted nt all. A comparison of the
books of both Uoucs shows that one
of these gentlemen who claimed n
seat in the Senate in 1870 from
Georgia, and subsequently also claim
ed a seat in tho House in the Forty
first Congress, drew salary and mile
age a a member of both bodies, all
amounting to $10,-11)G.1G. In the
deficiency bill passed during tho last
few days of the recent Congress there
is a provision which authorizes "the
Sergeant-at-Arms to pay to each repre
sentative in tho Forty-first Congress
from Georgia such sum as shall niako
his pay equal to that received by P.
M. JJ. Young as a Representative in
said Congress." Under this provis
ion, Mr. White, the member referred
to above, is pressing a claim for an
additional sum of $4,200. Prominent
Republican Senators, whose attention
has been directed to this matter,
freely expreas tho opinion that if
theso charges can be proven, the
House will have another case for ex
pulsion on its hands.
and Commercial Progress.
PAril.MON, March 17.
You would be surprised at tho
growth of this young and enterpris
ing town. It is situated on tho line
of tho U. P. railroad, fifteen miles
from Omaha, in Sarpy county. Her
improvements nro substantial ; her
business capacities rapidly increasing,
and many branches of industries are
in successful operation. Property is
exchanging hands ; a business lot re
cently commanded fivo hundred dol
lars. Kennedy & Co. aro carrying a
largo stock ot general merchandize,
also A. 1). Saunders. David Leach
has opened a hardware store, and will
carry n stock to, meet auy cmeigoncy.
Mr. Pomeroy, of your city, tho lum
ber merchant, has an extensive lum
ber interest hero, and his business
rapidly increasing. He is also break
ing ground for tho erection of anoth
er business house. Pomeroy & Ken
nedy aro largely interested in the
stock trade, and nre about enlarging
their already coinmodius stock yard ;
they havo just shipped, to Sacramen
to, California, several car loads of
hogs. 1). S. Carpenter has opened a
select family grocery store with flat
tering prospects. Lane & Campbell
have erected a commodiusblacksinlth
shop, and their best ability is tested
to meet the demands of their increas
ing custom. Tho Millard Bro.'s.
bankers of your city, have two grain
houses, and invest largely in the co
reals at this point.
A. H.Andrews, formerly ofDunlap,
Iowa, and an old grain man, has loca
ted permanently here, nud is buyiug
heavily nud is shipping a large
amount of grain, lie has shipped
thirty car loads of wheat and Imrloy,
and several enr loads of potatoes,
the short time lie has been hero.
There Is nu active iuterest In a build
ing direction. Dr. Nye has nearly
completed hU neat residence. Mr.
Eisele, tho geniul host and proprietor
or the "Sarpy House,'' finds his ca
pacity for accommodation limited.
which necessitates an enlargement of
uis uoiei, which uiu no eticctetl at an
early day. Dr. Hcadlo Intends erect
ing another fino residence, and Mr,
Saunders has already laid the foun
dation for the erection of a two story
stone store. They have a successful
agricultural organization in this
county, which has been in active ojh
eration these two ycaia in which
time they havo held two fairs at this
point, each a success. Fine and com
modious grounds have Wen secured
by leaso for five years, on which has
Imt n erected a neat, substantial
"Floral Hall." This movement is
largely indebted toS. M. Pike and
Mr. Headle, of this town, for its early
moulding, nud tho citizens have no
bly responded to tho effort, and it it
now a successful, as well as a per
manent institution. The following
constitute the board of officers: Amos
Gules, IPrcsldcnt; J. D. Spcarmnn,
Vice President ; Geo. C. Potwin, Sec
retary; II. H. Kclley, Treasurer.
A uoaru oi mnnngcrs consisting ui
ono number from each precinct are
elected annually, and nre coinscd
of the following farmers: Paplllion,
S. M. Piko; Hellenic, Richard Dan
iels; Li Platte, Louis Gramlish;
Fnlrvlow, W. H. Saxon; Plnttford.
.1. U. Kennedy ; Forrest City, Jona
than Edwards, ir. : Richland, John
Lovell. The ofliclury is thin com
posed of the sub'UntiuI fsrmenof the
county, which aloue warranto success.
At an adjourned meeting of one of
tho sessions of the bourd of county
commissioners held recently nt Hclle
vue, for the purpose of considering
tho agricultural interests of tho
county, and very liberally appropri
ated according to law, $."U0 for agri
Mr. O. I. JJrooks has commenced
the sale of agricultural implements
at Ids town, having just recoived a
lurgo shipment for tho trade, and in
tends erecting nu agricultural
warehouse. V. II. Crchan, lately
of Omaha, lias opened n tasty harness
shop, tho only ono in tho county,
anil is doing a thriving business.
Tho citizens of Sarpy county arc
in mass meeting, discussing the pro
propriety of moving tho county scat
to tho geographical center. A reso
lution was passed, by an almost unan
imous vote, that tho county scat
should be moved, and n resolution
was adopted that n committco of
seven bo appointed, ono from each
precinct, to net as n committco of ar
rangements, and report at tho next
meeting, which should bo subject to
their call. The committee conists of
Jonas Mitchell, D. W. Davis, J. D.
Spearman, Richard H. Hogcboom.
J. It. Kennedy, Richard Daniels and
E. T. Huff.
Andrew Bloedle, a first-class wagon
maker, has erected a good substan
tial shop, and is doing n fine business.
The U. P. flouring mill, under the
immediate supervision of Its proprie
tor, John Schanb, is constantly run
ning to its fullest capacity. Ho Is
constantly buying and consuming
large quttr.iitis of wheat, supplying
your market witlt a good brand ot
Hour, ns well ns shipping west to
Denver and the mountains.
I submit the following statistic, ns
gathered from the substantial busi
ness men nf Paplllion :
Tho real estate interest of the town
is valued at $70,000. Tho personal
property at $."i0,000. Tho railroad
interest at fc.'SO.OOO. Tho general
trade of tho town in merchandizing
and lumbering Is v titled at 9100,000
per annum. Tho grain trade is esti
mated nt $200,000 per annum, thus
securing a large and profitable freight
return to tho U. P. H. R.. Tlio
above figures may seem exaggerated
for so young n town, but they are
ueverthcleM true nnd can bo sus
tained by facts. Theiu aro other
local interests, if enumerated would
swell the aggregate. This town Is
full of activity ntid enterprise, on
the brond road to success, with n
brilliant futuro before lt They nre
reading licoplo here, for they nil
take the Wj:ek'A Run, endorsing it
as tho best family weekly paper West
of tlie lakei. Moro anon.
The Newport lad who made the
school-marm think lie was a ghost is
quite a hero among his fellows.
A circus elephant, wintering
Louisville, is lookinir. for a man W.
tossed him an npple full of catarrh
An Opclika, Aln., darkey, pho
noti7ed Jannmchek's namo into
"Guano sacks" Ho was native and
to tho manor born.
A Connecticut editor, having
been elected fenco viewer, calls on nil
having fences to be viewed to bring
them to his office, under penalty of
The prisoners in tho Olympiu
fOrnn.mi .fill .tntiinn.1 auIam aw
they threaten to strike; and they
want them served up in somo kind of
A Tennesseo tamo cow, which
could say "Andrew Jackson," sold
for $30. Tho man tried for a year
.to innko it say "Hy tho eternal," but
the crow couldn't fetch it.
A Yankee youth nldrcsscd a
note to tho German Emperor saying,
"Kuiser, don't you want to miy a
dog?" The boy had a fino pup to
sell nnd unconsciously dropped into
tho words of tho old song.
In answer to tho question, "When,
whoroand by whom was African sin
very first introduced into America ?"
a Mahaska county (Iowa) c.mdidnta
for a teacher's certificate answered in
"1C20, nt Havana, Cuba, by Abraham
Sinco the Scanned trial dis
closed tho fact that perspiration indi
cates insanity, lunatic asylums that
havo suffered from lack of patronage
aro making preparations to fill up
with boarders as soon as the warm
The Louisville, Ky., Medienl Col
lego turned out fifty new, fiery and
untamed doctors upon tho commun
ity Inst Friday. Tho faculty have
used up so many sheepskins for
diplomas of late that they dnro not
look n spring lamb in tho face.
Tho following pathetic lines we
find in nn exchange :
"The death angel nuote Alexander MiGluv,
And gav him protracted repoe ;
lie wore a checked ihlrt and muuW nine
And be had a pink wart on hit hum.
Nu doulit be It happier dwelling In up ice
Over there on the ararcieen ahnre.
Illi trlen.li ;ire informed that lit funeral takes
I'reiliely ot quarter put four I"
Hridget canto to her niistrei nud
asked for n necdlo and thread. "Do
you want it fino or coarse?" asked
the lady. "Smo nn' I don't know
ma'am," said Hridget. "What U
you wunt it for?" nsked the mistress.
"If you tell me that, I may know
what to give you." "Well, inum,the
cook has just toulil me to string the
beans, an' sure nu' I want nadlo and
thrid for that."
There is n woman in Harrisburg
who tried sixteen different times to
commit suicide by taking poison.
Toward tho last It got to be monoton
ous, nud tho doctors, weary with la
bor at tho crank of tho stomach
pump, nttached a hodeto tho mnchiue,
ran the hose in next door to the saw
mill, hitched it to tho engine, and
told tho, engineer to get up two hun
dred pounds of pressure to the square
ineli. It tu fuild flint nt. tlin fnnrfli fir
fifth stroke of tho plunger of the
pump tho womnu complained that
her toes were beginning to turn in
ward toward her heel.
IKIIiT WRKIC AT H0.1II'.
Tho influx Icgltis during Holy
Week, whon tho great hospital of tho
Holy .trinity is opened tor the pit
ultus, who tu.. there fed nnd housed
fy thoit'iu K by tho Papal covem-
ment. A confraternity of ladies nnd
L'ciillemen, both Roman nnd forcigii,
have the management of this charity,
and wear n distinctive costume while
engaged in these hospitable duties.
Tins consists of a scarlet upron of
common twill witli a cross on the
shoulder, the garment covering the
figure entirely In its spreading folds,
niitl resembling u dreeing gown in
shnpc mill nmplitulc. Men ifnd
women alike wear this, mid .so ur
rayed, serve their guests in separate
wards in the vast building. During
the day they may bo keen guiding
them to tho different shrines of the
city, nnd in the vast nnd trjootny re
cesses of St. Peter's, where in tliivo
days tho most inngnillLcnt church
pngennt in the orlu will tic held ntid
tho silver trumpets will ring forth the
march which is only repented twice a
year. In tho great balcony looking
down upon the "confession," orshrine
of the apostles, tho stranger will find
long, silent files of pilgrims visiting
the soven nllars of tho basilica. They
come from the mountains, from far
oil' valleys, wine front Hungary,
Germany, Hohcmia, or Poland,
mid they come not to sec
but to worship, not to bo
amused but to bo blessed. They
havo inherited the faith that prompt
ed tho crusades, and whilo "progress"
has cast forth from our practical
lives all that was loft of beauty,
poetry, and tenderness in tho moral
world, they, the simple nnd tho un
uiilcarncd, have garnered in their
customs'! nnd never-interrupted
traditions nil that tho wiso nnd great
ones of tho world havo lost. And so
it is Mint the long scrpcutino lines of
peasants, crossing nnu rccrossing the
shadowy doptlis of tho great basilica,
and forming Rembrandt-like groups
of unexpected benuty when the glnru
of tho resin torches placed nt inter
vals against the hugo pilasters falls
suddenly unon them, nro u more
welcome mm .suggestivo sight than
tho equally numerous, but not equal
ly earnest crowds that block up tho
Every evening the scene at the
hospital is tho same, but only the
newly arrived pilgrims nro admitted
to tho "washing ot tho feet." This
custom, which many visitors to Rome
will remember, is ery ancient, nut)
used to be much more extensively
carried on in former times. Even in
oiir day, nt least during Holy Week,
its observance imolvcs no sinecure.
The pilgrims, of couii-e, have made
all or the greater part of their journey
on foot, iiinl the chuusmre of many of
them is extremely primitive, such
modem imnrncmeuts nssl.o's mid
stockings being lcplaced by long
linen bauds swurthed about tho feet
in colls full twenty or thirty yards
long, until it Millicient thick
ness is readied to piotect the
flesh against the .inequalities ot
Italian mountain roads, mill these
mummy-like swuthings are not whol
ly proof against tho continued fric
tion of stones and sticks, so that when
tho wayfarers arrive nt the hospital
these rags nre often soaked in blood
and clotted dust. The pilgrimsure im
mediately led to it liaoemcnt room
furnished with a low continuous
wooden settle skirting the wall, and
numberless wash-basins, with coarse
soap and strong towels to each. The
members of tho confraturnity accom
pany them, and removing their ban
dages carefully wash their bore and
bleeding feet in warm water. Tho
old pilgrims meanwhile receive this
token of what in our more fastidious
lands wo should call unparalleled at
tention, with tho quiet dignity and
unpurtnblo simplicity of the nntural
man, or rather wo should say of tho
perfect Christian. To them tho Hi
bical stories of waysido hospitality
aro still realities, and they feci no
wonder nnd no embarrassment at
teeing princes and nobles do to them
what tho King of kings onco did to
his sinful creatures. Equality, in
tho Christian senso of tho word, has a
truer exposition in their conduct
than it often has in other countries
and under other circumstances, whero
n mixture of assumed arrogance and
of real servility paiecs among certain
pcoplo for proper "self-respect."
" Wanderings," by Imbj Blanche Jfr
phy, in April Galaxy.
Mr. Grocsbcck declines to be a
candidate as delegate to tho approach
ing constitutional convention in
The Illinois IIouo is discussing
n n amendment to tho jury lnw by
which utter and stolid ignorance will
not be nn iudispcnsiblo qualification.
Gov. Davis, of Texas, reports
that a creat change has taken place
in thnt"Stato in recent years, nnd that
now there is n general enforcement of
tho laws and obedience thereto.
Gov. Haitranft, of Pennsylvania,
lins vetoed two bills giving charters
with unlimited privileges to iron
companies. He declares his inten
tion to break up this special legisla
tion. Tho Iudiann Legislature has
earned tho undying gratitude of all
the kcnn-denlers in the State by en
acting that no ono under twenty-one
years of age shall he nll6wcd to ploy
A majority of tho Massachusetts
Legislative committco on the subject
havo reported to give tho petitioners
lenvo to withdraw their petition pray
ing for tho expunging of tho resolu
tions censuring Senator Sumner.
Tho Hon. James Lyons of Vir
ginia, one of the Straight-out Demo
crats in the last campaign, now ad-
viKe.s nu honest ucmocrats to rally to
the support of President Grant. The
coalition, lie says, has given Virgin
ia the woist government she ever had.
Tho Richmond Slate Journal
thinks it a misnomer to call the schools
of Virginia "free," when a provision
of tho law requires tho payment of
the capitation tax for tho preceding
year by tho father, beforo his chil
dren shall lo admitted to the schools,
and doesn't sco tho wisdom or justice
oi piiiiitiiiiig mo poor tiniortniiute
children of worthless, improvident,
drunken fathers by denying to them
the benefits of a free school education.
Tho Whig joins it in hoping for a
chiingo of the law.
Eli Perkins is out in Indinno,
whero railroad freights nro to high
that they burn corn. Eli says that n
stove filled with yellow ears gives n
u beautiful glow, and each grate looks
like u hasketfull of red hot eels.
T ho hotel cooks in Chicago stuff
turkeys with the cast-on" chignons of
tho femnlo help.
The highest office within tho gift
of the pcoplo is the weather signal
station on Piko's Peak.
Tho Mcrrimac Journal thinks it
is very nmu9ing lo hear some of the
heavy men, whose fortunes were left
them by fathers' or mothers-in-law,
stnte that there Is no tact or talent
in the young men of our day.
Paul Morphy, long known as the
greateH of chess-players, Is "dNgust
cd " with the game, and will play in
public no more forever.
Col. H. H. Hrnncli, of Kansas
City, Mo., lias written n long letter to
General Joseph O. Shelby, advising
that tho old Confederates act hereaf
ter with (lie Republican party.
Carl Schurz praises Hismark's
openness, candor, nnd genial manner,
and says tltc wnlls In the great stoles
man's office in Berlin nro hung and
the tables arc covered with nicer
solium pipes. It is evidently npuff.
Among tho curious female avo
cations we find recorded in tho tables
of tho recent census, independently
of women in tho agricultural districts
who assist in tho field work, there arc
45 femnlo stock-herders, 0 femnlo ap
prentices to barbers, 24 women den
tists, 5! female hostler?, 2 female pro
fessional hint. crs nud trappers, A she
lawyers, 5l sho-physicians and sur
geons, 07 femnlo clergymen, 2 women
scavengers, 7 femnlo sextons. 10 fe
mnlo "canal men," 100 women dray
men, 1 female pilot, ti femnlo guano
laborers, 4 shc-gas-slokcrs, 3!" women
gunsmiths, 7 female gunpowder mak
ers, and 10 female ship-riggers.
P. X i titi !. I uror
Wholcsalo lc Rofoul
Ids t'i It hI sM itiOninhn
M.i;r.striiK miwi.t ruii'i:-1.
203 Farnam Street.
O JVC AHA
M. J. JOHANNES,
Diamond Setter and
Twenty-three Yenrs' Hxpcrlouce ,ln
tho Finest Factories in Xeiv
York, Philadelphia, nud
Ni r. Cor. 14th and Donglu, orer McAus
..., .. .. land's Onn a lore,
T. o. Hot 4.ii. noTiaif
IOCS nPAX-XLlaAiu. JSt.,
Fresh Shell Oysters
Dally received at tills ltoitauraut. Tallies
decked with every variety of delicacies, aud
meals served "a la carte" nt all liotira.
I'rlvate rooms oxprcssly arranged for mull
parlies. AIo, aipfclil entrancoaiiil
K003IS FOR LADIES.
MI'HRX IinOS., . . . lWr.
2:28 Douglas St., Oninhn,'..'eb.,
Buggies Patent Whoola,
ItosdWaKoni, Trotting Hiiklea,hk.letoni, Hlit
drUtker'a (Vlrlmtlnl Wukuiu, Juiiii-s II, II Ill's
(Vlrliralfd I'onniril Hartley an I Whlin, -,
I'oliea, lllankets. Wagon Material nf all llpwrlp
HARD WOOD LUMBER
U. S. DKPOSITORY'
Tho First National Bank
for. H-tiitliMiti itn.i I :i a 1 1 Mri'iM.
IHaliM'liM HANK 1Kb IC l'A M.MIMKN1
(rtucciMMJt lii KuuntM llnuht-re )
KelnlillMiod lu lM. Oriiatilwd .u a Nitlutial
I'sni: Aili'iirt .i . lVl.
!iltl A...I l'r idle ovi'i . i',ll,0(0
urtioiti;- il.'ti nu. (.Tin.
t! CHKimtTON, A.KOU.NTZK,
II KOUNTZE, II. V. Y.VTKS,
Vice- 1'U'v'l. Ad't IJiehl. r.
A J I'Ori'MCruN, Atliirnrr.
1.V1N SAOKIIKK. KN0, ivj, ,mNi WIN),
1'iYeldi t.t. Vlcu 1'n-eldeiil, Cnsliier.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
N W.t'lin I'AIINIIAM A in II SIN
Ulllnil l.d ( .iillii. Kl.tJOO, H'll.
). ;w,.,. t. nnlM' !!' il.illal tililli'. 'lid
I'mnimnn I I i1. r. ! .11 utnl ,,, niin-
A .i v ?.u t ago a
Certificate!; of Deposit.
Tho "hnliiir my pint nt n iiei-u after re
nialtilnj-ln this II ink time ini.nili-, will iin
Interest from date ifilipimit In ll'iin of pa). I
mi nt, 'ilm whi i! or mi) pifl n a deMirll enn I
dtitwn at nnv lime. au.'isif I
Tho Oldost Establisliud
CN NKIMt VM( .
Caldwoll, Hamilton & Co.,
SB. A.TST aZ.Ti Vl.fc3.
ItmlM'e Irnnpai tc.l vm k Uml nf mi In
ACdiuiite kept In I'urronc) or (lol.l -ulilecl In
elt'lil cliocl; witlin'it imllu-.
(Vrtlllcatvnuf lVjioell lucd pnyuMo uti de
mand, or at flji-il diitt! boarln ititi-n-el al Uli
Ik r cent. x r milium, and iiviilTalite In allptrtr
uf the country.
Ailvanri'i" tuiulu tocutinnere tin approved ei
curltlee nt market ralci" (if lulL-rent.
liny and bell Gold, llllln f Uxchinee, tlov
ertimeiit, State, County anil City llotuli.
Wo kIo epcclal nttvnlluu to iieifiitlalltig Kill
road and oilier UoriHiratc Loins ies-icd within
Draw Hjit Drans on Knclnail Ireland, Srot
land nnd nil pirtn of Ktiroiie.
ell Kurotxaii l'mnrfiL-u Tlrkotfl
COI.I.I'IM'IONH I'HU.MITI.Y MAllK
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK
Donjclns nntl Thirteenth SlrcrtH,
CAI'lTAii 1(I0,UC0 0
aUM'I.USANU I'KOl'ITh 100.000 00
1TINANUIAI. AUKNT r0lt 'IHK UNITKIJ
AHD nitKKiHATKn UEroeirotir run liinnmuiiN
This Iiituk utala Kxd.aue, Uorcrumont
Hondo, VouclitrH, (luld Coin
BULLION AND GOLD DUST,
and eella draft and makes collections on
parta of EuriiH.
Drafts drawn jiayablo In Gold or Uurrtncy ot
tho Hank of California, San Tratirleco,
TICKKTS for sate to an parta of Enropo via.
the Cttnard and National Kteanihip Lints, and
the Hamburg American I'licUtt Company.
Views of Omaha
lliUU 9. KKKD
BYRON REED & GO.
The Oldt IMnl.ll.hed
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete abitmct ol Titles to "all; Ilea
l.jtnlu In Ouiah aud Dutiglas county.
fil2 Fourteenth S(., Omnlin, eh.
2CO Doclco St.,
OMAHA, - - NKIJ.
GRAND CENTJ? VL
Tine, street, lietwenn Vourtli aud Flth streets
Hf. lIIIIS. containing ISO rooms; listing
utcly added M more room, is now prej ared to
olfer to lh IravelliiK I'ulillo llio Ixtil au-omuio
datlous lloumi, 75 Us. to fl per day. A
nirali &1 rta, each.
BOOll A TIIATCIIEII
City Meat Market
Iteeii constantly on hand n large supply
A. B. HUBERMANN & CO.,
WATCHMAKERS, OF JEWELRY,
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
JEWELRY & PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOU'S.VI.r' Oil HI'TUI..
j Driller C'mi Save TDIE and FIIKIUHT by
Ordering of Us.
KLVGRAYIXG DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
It'SSr-AU, GOODS WAltltANTKD TO UK AS UKPKIiSKNTEO.-W,
NOVELTIES AND ATTRACTIONS
IMI. tX. O'nSTJEJILXi,
IIa tho Fino3t Sto-jk Ever Brought to thij Market.
llAVi: setiirtvl tliixervlriMiif niiMif til U .t Culler. In Now York, who will silent '. I!i
ill lint llepirliiient. I Into KlM'ii Itrjo In liiiviiinuts In my Cutler, i Hi it I mar i.ief it
nnu of the Ih'.i trade te.wluuiir clly. octidtf
R. & J.
Fourteenth Street, Omaha, Neb.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL BOOKS-
S. C. ABBOTT & CO..
Booksellers 1 Stationers,
WALL PA.P33B.S, DECORATION'S,
No. 188 Farnhain Street. Omaha. Neb.
l'lihllsliors' Asciils lor School Hooks imctl In Ncbraskn.
M. ZZBZ.Z.MA1T c& CO.,
IfaTpnn hind iniw the Urgef! Ktwl ol
UL0THIN6 & GENTS'S FURNISHING
a- o o id s,
FOR FALL AND WINTER,
And nre prepared lo sell at
FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALITY.
TIiito largo floors slocked with tho dllToroiit linos or fooili.
M. HoUmcoi 2c Co
Jil AND til
I. 3ST. TAYLOB,
Roal Estato Agoat, and Agont for Ha.il-
n.vs fou sai.i:
200,000 Acres of Laud,
In rarlous pirl, of Northera awini-iVa, slluato chlcflr on and npar the KlkUorn, Natte and
lxnit Itlvfrs and their trllnitarlei, aud embratlnK orery varl.tr of rarinlu- and
t) nulfj Ijnds. I'J.&o to SIO.OO r acre, with crndlt on part
frM one lo leu years with 6 per cent. Interest.
J2dwlf Offlre 1 in Fnriihn.u Strrrt, Oiiiftliia.
West Room in Grand CentraKHotel,
jm.i,u:ini. Oro.aliat XTob.
E"V"jfiL3SrS &c JDT3ttlTA.JLijZj
G-ROOERS & SEEDSMEN,
1ST a. SQO 'It'm-ax'ixn.zxa. Stroot, Omalia, T0Tl3.
Wiiare now nllerltiKOiir larnslmk nl OllOCi:ilIl-S, Krulls, Wooodfnwar, (llatiwar., etr,, st
Ileduied l'rUen, tu nuko roam fur our liitmenia stoiks of
ricM, Forcsf, ('union, (Jrasi, ami riowcr Howli,
Which wear. now reiel lug. Wo will Vrp In stork erorr rarlely ol srMs adapted In this ell
uule, and will sell at KASTHKN' CATALUIIUK IMtlCf-S. Al.l. WAItltAN I'lCIl l'REOI.
We will Vecutb. BEST LAWN M0WEK, and a Yarletjrof OarJea aud Agricultural IubU
BienU at ttie Lowest l'rlnet.
Wo always jay tlio IFiglioat Afarkct Price in C.iih for Clioica Utitter and
rAII our (loods am Guaranteed tnliaai llepreieuled.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, HOOTS AM) SHOES,
HARDWARE, GLASSES, CHINA
Liquors, Tobaccos Oigars, Etc., Etc.
J. S, I'Aiit.rutii
31 STKKKT, COUXKIt TII1KTKUNTII.
- liHioxiaa, Sooclfj,
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