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THE OMAHA BEE
OKKICrU. I'APEKOF THE CITY, i
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whether nis'lu liy sell or friends, ami
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htlltor, are (until nnmlnUtotn arn mule)
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H. ItOSKWATEK, Alitor and Publisher, Draw-
If the Gentile and Mormon iu
habitants of Utah do not report to
riolence riot and revolution, it is
certainly no fault either of the Utah
press or the sensational telegraphic
press reporters who tiro making
day and night hideous with their
constant appeals to passion and preju
dice. What, with this class of par
tisan organs and the rapacity of office
hunters, both Gentile nud Mormon,
the people in lirighamdom evince it
great degreo of patience and good
common sense in keeping their hands
oil' each others throats.
That ignorance and stupidity are
still essential qualifications of petit
jurors in New York, is once more
demonstrated by the developcincnts
in the Foster murder case. Having
heard all the evidence and arguments
pro and con, the jury that tried Fos
ter brought in a verdict of murder in
the first degree. That these jurors
fully understood the penalty of this
offense to bo death by hanging, no
sane man can doubt. And noiv sev
eral of these intelligent jurors come
before Governor Dix and stnto under
oath "that conviction lor murder
could never luitu been obtained but
for the belief by the jurors that a
recommendation to mercy would pro
cure it commutation of the sentence
to imprisonment for life." Accept
ing this statement as true, wo should
like to know what husiueis n juror
has to calculate upon the M)sible
exercise of the pardoning power in
making up his verdict. The ivrtc
ment made by these dunces cstabli dies
ono thing ptetty clearly, namely,
that Foster was guilty of the offense
with which he was charged. It also
leaves u ntthor strong inference that
since rendering the verdict theso
jurois have been taken in hand by
parties who could make them see
straight objects obliquely through
JtKFKiutiMo to those "S.tppy" dis
patches from Washington the" Sioux
City Journal of yesterday says :
Council Hluffs indulged in rather
an extensive "blow out on Saturday
evening, over a dispatch lrom Wash
ington announcing that the Attorney
General had decided the Missouri
Hlvcr Dndgeat thnt point tobo a
part of the Union I'acilic ItailroauV
the felicious item in this news being
that such decision would tend
to bring Union Pacific trains
to Council Hluffs to the
great distress of Omaha. On
this occassion, the local reporter says
thoro was no fear of ''slopping over,"
and "and all gave themselves up to a
feeling of joy and satisfaction." A
brass band marched down Broadway,
followed by u largo number of en
thusiastic citizens, ami from the bluffs
fireworks were went greeting to the
city over the water. Of course thoro
was imeaking; ami in this lino
Hon. A. V. Larimer, Honorablo IJen
Jatuin Franklin Montgomery. Col.
John II. Keutjey, and other felicitous
individuals, -were unusually happy.
A largo number of Omaha papers
wereordoMd, just to ceo what thoy
would say now, and the tired Bluffers
laid down, at a late hour, to pleasant
dreams. The Omahl papers Sunday
morning brought tjicm this: "Attor
ney General says decision not made."
And now Council Hluffs Is just a little
fearful that it did "slop over," nftor
all, and is making some inquiries to
settlo doflnitelv as to whuther thev
did or didn't.
Gi:ouui: Dtuvuit, the wife murder
er, who was executed at Chicago last
Friday' addiessing hintxelf to tlio
crowd that had gathered near the
gallows to see the fatal plunge iute
eternity, said :
Well, Sheriff, there is a few here
that I would liko tu make a few re
marks to before I go, and that is this :
I hope that you all seo where 1 am
standing now, and I hope that you
all know that I am going to a place
that neither you or mo knows of vet.
nut tlien, still, I ioip)o-e you all un
derstand and know the reasou that
caused me to come here, and that was
liquor drinking wnisky that has
brought me right where I am sland-it'K-
N'ow, don't you we that rope before
you? Hens the condemned man
selznl the noone and shook It before
the crowd. J .Fun remember tlmt
nieifyou go into a saloon and get
tight. See what that liquor will
bring you to, as well as it has brought
me to now, ltomember that, now.
Give up drinking whisky and look
out for yQiirselvex..
Human depravity hconn, howaver,
to bo almost incorrigible. Another
niuideroiis assault, almost within
hearing of Driver'n stirring exorta
tion, Is reported in the following tel
egram from Chicago last night :
About midnight Kdward OToole,
living in South Desplalns sheet,
nearly killed his wife by lieatiug her
nvAr tlm li..il wttli u iiltpliiir. Iipeatwe
she refused to s?o out for liiiuors
SF.N'ATon Moirros'fl manly sml in-'
dependent course, during tlio present
session of Congress, is certainly de
nerving of the highest commendation.
In the Louisiana case, as well as in
the Caldwell matter, ho lias been tin-
flinclilmr in cxoosinirnnd denouncing !
corruption and (tagrant violations of
constitutional law. It is to ho hoped '
his effort to Instruct to Senate special
commltte on transportation, to sit
during the roceis of Congress with n i
view of making a thorough investi
gation of thn transportation business
between the interior and the
board, will be successful.
To the people of the "Great West"
this is a subject of vital importance,
It is almost a matter of life and
death with our farmers and stock
raisor. Unless some plan can bo de
vised to facilitate the transportation
of our products to the markets in the
Atlantic States and Europe, it will
be almost an impossibility for the pro
ducers of the West to cultivato the
noil without absolute loss. Cheap
transportation to tlio lakes and sea
board is tlio great problem that re
quires immediate solution at the
hands of our national lawmakers.
State Legislatures alone cannot pos
sibly copo with the constantly in
creasing power of monopolies.
Axotiikr effort is being mado by
somo orcr-zcaloiiB bigots to iuduco
Governor Dix to commute the sen
tence of Foster, tho car-hook murder
er. With the exception of tho editor
of the Omaha Herald, we havo heard
of no journalist that has attempted
to criticizo tho firm course of Gov
ernor Dix in this connection. Why
should justice not be meted out to
tho nun whoso education and social
standing place him above those terri
ble temptations which annually send
scoresof the unlettered childreuof pov
erty and want to tho scaffold and
State's pi isou. Do wo over hear of elo
quent clergymen of aristocrat
ic churches making appeals
for tho lives of poor wietches
wliofc;) families, unknown to
wealth or station, are litterally starv
ing in porno lone garrett or miserable
den. In the eyes of tho law one man
should be just as good as another.
Capital punishment is intended, it
is assumed, to serve as an example to
evil doers. Unles we demonstrate
that wealth nud social standing will
shield no one against the punishment
of the law, lives and property of
good and jieaceable citizens will re
main insecure, ami criminal codes
can hnve no terror for a largo class of
our very worst criminals. Instead
of attempting to shield professedly
religious asas.Mns against the rigors
of justice, teachers of religion and
morality should ceo to it that such
criminals shall find no shelter from
the halter under the cloak of relig
The price of the "Sword of Hun
ker Hill" has depreciated to seventy
five cents, owing to competition in
England has no sleeping cars, and
thus hundreds of colored men are de
prived of tho blessed privilege of
charging twenty-fivo cents for black
ing a pair of boots.
TluLQeorjrc. W'uSruiigton who was
arrested for stealing pantaloons did
not get off by his plea that ho needed
them for the 22d, tho learned Court
remarking that pcoplo don't wear
pantaloons on their birthdays.
Strangers visiting Augusta, Me.,
while the snow is in tho streets, are
particularly cautioned not to kick
any old hats thoy may notice in their
path, as several citizens have had
their heads seriously bruised in this
way boforo they were dug out.
Last year tho London under
ground railways carried between fifty
and sixty millions of passengers. In
this country, last year, the abovo-
ground railroads carried four times as
many passengers as that, many of
whom were carried under ground !
A Detroit ncgress allowed a gen
tleman of that city to name her baby
tho other day, in consideration of a
two dollar note, and the poor littlo
thing was christened William Henry
Washington Colfax Grant Scipio
Hrutus Halifax Weed Joshua Lone
Jack Madison Httffalo Hill Saundcrp.
A Kentucky editor received the
following note from a subscriber, ask
ing that a falso notice of his death
might bo corrected : "Sir, 1 notis a
few errors in tho obituary of myself
which nppeered in your paper of
wensday, i was lioin In greenup co,
caldwcll, and my retirement from
blsncs in 18i!'J was not owm to ill
helth, but tu a littlo trublo i had in
connection with a horse, and tho cors
of my doth, was not small-pox. pleas
mako corrections for wich i enclose
Cruel. Thero is a now woe in
store for the unhappy codfish. A
machine has been invented for catch
ing him by steam, and steamers are
to be tiied to pursue him, instead of
the old-fashioned fishing smack.
This is too bad. Any hotly who has
hecu a codfish pulled out of tho water
must confen that tho creature comes
up patiently enough. Ho does not
struggle, lie resigns himself to his
fate without a murmur, tang years
of suffering and of persecution havo
taught him resignation. His pleasant
dwellings Hinitl the seaweed and gravel
of tlio Newfoundland banks have
been laid waste by honk and lino.
His family has. been disturbed, Ms
peaceful hearth outraged, hischildren
slain, and his household gods In
sulted. Hut his foes arn' not yet sat
isfied. They would take a bae, un
manly advantage of hint through the
agency of steam. It is time for tlio
cod to aveiigo himsolf. and if ho has
a particlo pf spirit in his soul he will
at once comment) to 'cert, upou some
thing that will cause tin ichtbysoyh
aglst'to regret ho over undertook to
feast ui sn uisilaky rlesh. The smelts
have already done it. House, ye cod 1
Xow is the time to strike a bl
fr'AIlM, OAltnKJf AMI PHMItirc.
Wlicnt sowing lint begun in vart
I ous quarters ol lown.
-Maine has more tmtritlge, ualls !
1 other game thanVhe J,, an'y use I
-Spring i)c.i-Kls arc tripping up
people on the iilpviilkor.Sivnnalt,
Mr. Topper's apiary near Dm
Molnci which was burne.l the other
dav, was valued at 0,0(iO.
Tobucco-growers in the vicinity
of Honklnsville. Ky.. have already
sold tills season I,!to7 hogsheads of
Twenty sheep lately bitten by a
rabid dog, in the vicinity ot Ann
Arbor, Michigan, have since gone
mad and been killed.
The Iloston Advertiier intimates
that it might not hi appropriate to
change tho name of tlio Massachu
setts agricultural college to "A school
to wean tanners' son" from farm
The aged but intule Illinois
farmer keeps no barometer, nor does
he put his trust in tho ground hog,
hut ho knows when spring approaches
by seeing his sons who have arrived
at manhood prepare to leave homo,
after a winter ol "sponging" on tho
To avert evil cllects from frost up
on grape vines, when thero aro in
dications of danger, small spots of
tar oil, placed about twenty yards
apart, should bo lighted; theso will
emit a dark, heavy smoke, and hang
for several hours over tho land, pre
venting radiation, and in fact answer
ing one of the purposes of clouds,
which is to prevent heat escaping
For about twenty dollars n whole
country sido can be protected in this
way and tho evil influences of tho
"rod moon" averted. These artificial
clouds havo been tried at Montpelicr,
France, where thoy nro said to have
All lovers of (lowers must remem
ber that one blossom allowed to ma
ture or "go to heed" injures the plant
moro than a dozen new buds. Cut
your flowers, then, all of them, before
they begin to fade. Adorn your
rooms with them ; put them on your
tables; send them to your friends
havo no flowers; or exchange favors
with those who have. You will
btirely find that the more you cut off,
the more you will have. All roses af
ter they have ceased to bloom should
be cut back, that the strength of the
root may go to forming new roots for
next year. On bushes not a seed
should be allowed to mature.
A new stock exchange is to be
built at Glasgow, at a cost of S2.ri,
000. An association of master barbers
in Berlin have decided to publish an
orgau in the interests of their craft,
and to call it Dcr Jlliitajel (The
The Vorrajwndenchi observes that
Spain contains 088 square kilometres
of land bearing coal, lor which it sees
a growing demand in other European
The Belfast Presbytery has pass
ed a resolution condemning the action
of the National Board in removing
the Kcv. Mr. O'Kccfe from the man
agement of Callan National Schools.
The Roman Catholics of Geneva
have organized a committee, to collect
subscriptions for the payment of the
cures of the canton, deprived of their
salaries for the ensuing three months
by a decree of Conscil tl'Etat.
Tho census documents, which
wcro recently stolen from tho Fca'cral
palace at Borne, hare been recovered
by tho fidico of Frankfort from a
l&'itory agent, who had purchased
them from the thief, nud they are
now on their way back to Berne.
Koehcfort's name was upon the
list of prisoners to bo sent to Cale
donia by the vessel L'Orno, that
sailetl last month, but was removed
at tho latest moment. Some testi
mony in his favor has been given by
President Thiers, and upon it his
friends basjjiopes for hispaidon.
A French journal announces the
formation in Paris of an association
of "Friends of Order," which has
already extended into three depart
ments, with the object of protecting
propei ty and person against Jncendi
arisin, pillage or riot. Tho members
of tho association are bound to resist
..luck and defend each other.
Dr. Schwabo makes theso rather
startling statements in reg:rd to tho
Prussian capital : "Tho great ma
jority of tho inhabitants of Berlin
aro trom twenty to thirty years old,
and of theso tho larger portion are
unmarried. Illegitimate births have
attained tho fearful proportion of 17
per cent. Of 22,000 funerals that
took placo in 1870, over 20,000 were
performed without any religious cer
Tho German Emperor reviewed
on the 7th proximo the cadets who
are to join the army as officers on
next Easter day. Delivering to
them a speech on their vocation, the
Emperor pointed out that in the
present time, with its cliaso after
merely external goods and riche3, tho
officer must consider honor as his
highest good. He recommended to
them for imitation tho example of
their comrades who fgll in tho lato
Two other French trials aro an
nounced, which will, no doubt, ex
cite a good deal of interest. At
Paris four women and two men nro to
bo tried on the charge of maintaining
an establishment in the TtuodeSures
ues for the systematic corruption of
young njrls lrom tho departments nnd
auroati ; auu Aicimc. luiiuere lias an
nounced her intention of suing Cap
tain Garein for 100,000 for the
wrongful execution of her husband
during the Commune.
Tlio importation of tobacco from
China is decidedly n novelty, and
therefore it is worthy of record that
during tho past month there have
been received largo arrivals of this
description of tobacco. It is used in
somo measure as a substitute for Tur
key, which it resembles in appearance,
though not equal in quality. The
leaf is quite yellow, and is almost
void of flavor. At present it might,
perhaps, be premature to speculate
as to toe probability of a large trade
being done between England and
China in tobacco; but tho imports
which have come to hand show, at
any rate, that tho Celestials can all
tivato the weed pretty successfully.
Tht Tviaeco Trade Jtrvhw.
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carriage and two beautiful horses, till
ot a lather with swett, drew up at
my door, mid a crave, tall, solemn
looking chap conies up to mv door
, trccclicr line V
' ,nl ,ne ?:,ys J' .
"Oh, then, jump i
wltli his finger to me
nifcr to me to cet up the
steps of tho carriage, where thero was
a tall flunky holding open the door
S.tys I, " Master, where aro you
"Oh, never mind," says lie; "you
will bo well paid. Look sharp."
" But I'd liko to beautify myclf
a bit," says I, "and I mini tell the
With that, he took up my hat that
was lying on the counter, and b.tug-i
it on my head,' and pushes me into
tho carriage, and away we went be
fore you could say "Jack Robinson."
Eh, but we did go rarely ! It was a
dark night and Iroity ; and wo soon
got out of tho lights of the town,
nnd still tho horses galloped on; ami
I could see tho stars twinkle over
head ; and then it grew colder all of
n sudden, and tlio windows of the
carringo were covered with ice in a
minute, and I could see nought but
the inside, where I was sitting with
tho strange man. And he said never
a word. But still we galloped on,
and nfter a good bit 1 heard tho mur
mur and dash of a river hard by
abovo tho clatter of tho hoofs, and
wo cio ajd a bridee. I think, for we
went up and down for a minute, as if
we had been in a swing. And then
the sound of hoofs died away,
as if tho horses wcro galloping
over gravel or boft turf; and pres
ently the carriago stopped all of a
sudden. A footman stood at tho
door; the silent man stepped out.
"Stay thoro 1" ho cried, as he went,
with a gesture of authority "stay
there !" And there I staid, for I wore
cowed-like, with being can icdoil'llkii
that ; and didn't know if my soul
were my own. "What'Jl tho old wo
man say ?" I thought to myself. The
carriago moved on a bit and stopped
"Now then, my hull" says the
footman, opening tho door.
But I weren't going to be ordered
about by such cattlo as he. Says 1 :
"I'm on thy master's business, nnd if
thou doesn't speak rcpcctful, I'll
smite thee In the ear-hole." It's well
to stand on your dignity with tlioae
chaps, you see.
"Oh," I beg your pardon," savs the
man, more respectful ; "but will you
step into the housekeeper's room V"
And with that I fell off tho high
horse I hail been riding, for, to tell
you the truth, 1 were thinking for a
while I were, jierhaps, rightful son
of a lord as had been stolen in his
youth, and that they were taking me
home to tho halls of my fathers, and
hapjien were going to "marry me to
the daughter of the usurper, to make
all Mquarc. But says I : "I'll stick
to the old woman." Not but what
the llesh is treacherous, and happen
I'd have changed my mind when I'd
seen the young one. But, however,
all that was knocked on the head
when tho ilunky told me to go to
tho housekeeper's room. It was only
a dressing job after all.
Well bolore I'd got well inside the
door, au old chap dressed in black,
catches hold of mo by tho elbow.
"Crcecher?" says he; "Creccher?"
"Yes, I'm Creechor," says I,
''What's your pleasure ?"
"Oh, you've to come this way
And away wo went along passages,
and up stairs, and down stairs ; and
presently we came to n broader cor
ridor beautifully carpeted, and, the
old man tapping at a door, and a
young woman opened it,, and says
she : "Is ho hero ?" and tho the man
bays, "Yes." "Como in," sho said ;
"my lady will speak to you directly."
And I went into a littlo room as was
beautifully furnished with easy chairs
and hofoyes, and all the luxuries ol
"Wei', my dear," says I to tho
maid, "and so your misses is going to
the ball. But it'll bo well nigli time
to go homo before sho gets there."
'Hush," sho says, holding up her
finger; and then I began to think it
was a death job I had got on hand.
1'vo had such jobs aforo now, when
tho corpse has been young, nnd with
beautiful hair. Ah! nnd manv n
time my finders has itched, for. sayH I
I to myself, it's a pity such a sight of
oeauiiiui uair suotiiu go down to
tho worms, when it might bo going
to enjoy it-elf atop of some
other young woman's head ah.
and I could tell you a talo or two
about that! But it wasn't a job of
that kind, I found, as I heard some
body moving in the next room, and
such a soft littlo moan, ns it went to
my heart to hear it ay, lad. And
then somebody came out a tall,
splendid lady, dressed in black satin,
as haughty as a queen.
"Creecher," she says, "are you
Crcecher? Don't speak but listen to
what I tell yov. A lady hits had tin
accident has been severely burned.
Remedies have been applied plas
ters, what not. Her hair"
"I understand, my lady: von want
mo to take it off. I'll do It in a jiffy,
if yolt'll lend me ono of his lordship's
razors, for I was that hurried when I
came away I left mine behind me.
I've got my scissors nnd comb, my
lady,,Tsays I, pulling 'em out.
"Silcncol" she savs. "CreeeliprI"
looking at mo quite disgusted ; nnd
beckoning tho girl, sho says: "Take
the lire shovel nnd throw them things
nwnv." But I wasn't going to lose a
good set of tools, so 1 claps 'em into
toois, so i cinps 'em into
, nnd buttons tin my coat,
: "Now, your ladyship,"
ps: "Amelfe, throw home-
my pocKci, nnu
nnd says i :
nnd htm nv
tiling over the wretch."
And with that Amelio brought a
white ijown with sleeves, nndnneltas
beautllul as n, noegay, and she
wraps me up in it, and I canght a
sight of myself J-i tho glass, nud,
thinks I, you might tnko mo for n
parson when he's agate nt the sevon
"Now," she says, "Crcecher, hold
your tongue and listen to me. What
ever luipjieiu, the must ntit lose her
hair; you understand, it must be
saved nt all hazards. Now, come,
and do your duty."
Eh I but it were pitiful to see tho
poor lassie, half-sitting, half-lylng. in
a stato atween an easy choir and a
couch. All her face was covered
over but her eyes, nnd they seemed to
burn. Such tad nud pitiful eyes I
never saw before nor since. SliM
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had beautiful long hair that came I
down tu her knees almost, but eh I it
was in a tangle, all knotted, and
twisted and raveled together with the
messes and poultices and all kinds of
things they d put on her head. No'
thero wasn't a thread of it anywhere
that wan't bound up and twisted.
Well, I looked nt it and I shook my
"My ladv," says I, "It would tako
mo twelve "hours hard work, withnut
stopiilug, to untwist nil that hair."
"Well, then," a.ivs she to me. "why
don't you begin ?"
President Thiers lately remarked
to a friend, as he touched tho mova
ble head of a grotesque Chinese figure
ami sent it wagging from richt to
left : "The magot says 'No ;' " then
making it nod up and down, "Now
it savs 'Yes.'" Ho ndded, "Well,
that Is what the committee of thirty
wants tomakeofme." He continued
milling, "But I don't think they will
A sail case of depravltyin horse
flesh is reported by the Paris Fiyaro.
The favorite horse of a certain baron
foil seriously ill, and, though every
care was taken of the aniinol, it rap
idly grow worse nnd began to show
signs of sinking. As a last resource
tho coachman, nn American, suggest
ed that two glasses of brandy with
ginger should bo administered every
morning. The euro win most sjieedy,
but ever since the horse, having been
accustomed to stand at the door of a
wine shop to reccivo Ids matutinal
beverage, now stops nt every similnr
establishment it passes, and last week,
angry at not being attended to, forced
itself right through the window of a
marchand de liqueurt.
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MRU UN IIIKW..
228 Douglas St., Ouialin.'.Veb.,
Buggies Patont Wheels,
Iload Wagons. TrottlnKfiulklwi, HMetmis, Hlti
deUker's (Yfclirnted Wagons, James It. Hill's
CVIt-lirated Concord Uamms ami Whips, a
XXorae CI o tiling,
IloUi, Blankets. Wagon Material of all Dtscrlli
tlolia, Sicken, llul.i.lVllws, slid all kliiUiot
HARD WOOD LUMBER
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Tho First National Bank
Cor. tnritlini .nJ nu Mri'vl.
HIS tH.Ilfc.tT llANKINll KM' Ml I IMIIMKfVI
UMlccesMir in Kuillltrr llrullieiii.)
BstabllsW In tV. Ori;iiUod as a National
!UrA, Allk'USt 30. lbM.
Cnpltil i. d I'nirtts nver .... f'ian(000
uerii sic sin iiikkctiIiis
K. OIlttlOlirON. A.KUUINT.K,
11, KOUNT7.K, 11. W. VATKS,
Vice l're'l. Aas't I'ashtei,
K. J I'OIM'f.KTON. Atlnnicj.
ALV1N MACNDKUl, knok UIWK, IlIN, WIMJD
iVsldeiit. Vice I'rcalileni, Cashier.
STATE SAVINGS BANK,
N W Colt. PAKNIIAM A HTM SI'-
Anlliiiil'iil iiiih.il. rl,0(HI,ii)(i.
Ucnislle p. null skiiIii' illillir reci'ive .Mil
OomiKiuii I li.li-l ! sllnwrit on sum
Certificates of Deposit.
The wliiilunr uny luirl nt a dcHiitt after rt
omitting In this Hunk three month, will draw
Interest from dit of deport to time of pay
ment. Th whnuur iny part ol a ilepoilt can
dmwii at im tlmi! au,rW-tf.
The Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.,
Iluslnvii transactt'd ninn- a that or an In
Accounts kept In Currency or (Inld subject tr
sight check without notice.
t'erttllcutcB of I)cKielt It sued payable on de
mand, or at fixed dale bcnrlni; interest ftl Hlx
percent, ptr unnum, and avillatde In all parts
of tho country.
Advances made to customiM on approved se
curities nt market rates of Interest.
lluyaud tiell (fold, lllllsof Kxchanee, Oov
eminent, State, County and City llonds.
We Rive special attention to ncuollatlns; Itall
road and other Cortwrate Loan lested within
Draw Hlfzht Drafts on Kncland Ireland, Scot
land and all parts of Europe.
bell European Passage Tickets.
COLLECTIONS l'KOMPTI.Y MAUU
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK.
UontclHH ami Thirteenth Strecta,
oawal: rr. . I'Ztmm o
SUKrOiUHANU I'HOPITh 100.WW 00
FINANCIAL AOENT r THE UNITED
AITO DESIUNATED DKroHITOIIT FOH IIISBDnaOia
This Hunk deals Exchange, Government
Uiinds, Vouchers, (Jold Coin
BULLION AND Q OLD DUST,
and sells drafts and makes collections on
parts of Europe.
Drafts drawn payable In (lold or Currency ol
the Itank of California, Ban Kraiiclsco,
TICKETS for saio to an parts of Europe via.
the Cunard and National Steamship Lines, and
the Hamburg American Pocket Company.
Views of Omaha
I.KWIfl S. RKKD
BTRON REED & GO.
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract of Titles lo "all! Ilea
kstate In Ouuli and Douglas county.
612 Fourteenth St., Omaha, IScb.
LOW I'UICKS ! ! !
flOO Sodco St.,
GRAND CENTfi VL
Tine street, lietweon I'ourth and nth streets
bl', I.OUI.S. couudiiln,! 130 rooms; having
lately added fiO more room, la now prepared to
offer to the traveling 1'uhllo tho best atcounno.
dutlons Uooms, 73 cts, to tl per day, A
uirals',23 (Is. inch.
City Meat Market
Keep constantly on hand a large supply
3vru-a"r,03sr, -xrxj ,v.x. ,
A. B. HUBERMANN & CO.,
S. E. Cor. 13 tli
JEWELRY & PLATED-WARE,
at wiiomnam: oit mi nil,.
)eiilrs Can Save TIME mid FKKHJHT by
Ordering or Vs.
KNMtAVJXG WOXB FKEK OF (.IIAlttiti !
8rALIj (JOOnd WAKIIAKTISP TO HE Aki HlJIMiMSHNTIiD-fii
NOVELTIES AND ATTRACTIONS
HVL J". O'nEILL,
Has tho Finewt Stock Evor Brought to this Market.
IIJAVi: secured the services of nnnnl tlw lU Cullers In New York, who will illeul., .In.
t iillliiK Depirtiiieiil. I hive Kl,eii hw liidiu-eneuts t.. my Cutler, s.i that I miv prevent
uine of the best trade h'.iiln our city. u'clsdtl
R. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Fourteenth Street, Omaha, Neb.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL BOOKS-
S. C. ABfeOTT & CO.,
Booksellers 1 Stationers,
WALX. PAPERS, DEICOXtATXOXTS,
No. 188 Farnliaru Street. Omaha, Neb,
Publishers' Agents for School Hooka used In Nebraska.
M. KEZiZiMAXT c& CO.,
Ifavonn hand imw the Ijirest MiMfc of
. - Q -J3 q
FOR FALL AND WINTER,
And niti prepin.d to sell nt
FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALITY.
Three luro floors slocki'il wllli Hip illUVrcnl lines of" gootlt.
2L. HQllm&n c& Co.,
lil AM) Vt'l
I. 1ST. TAYLOR,,
Real Estate Agent, and Agent for Hail-
200,000 Acres of Land,
In various parts of Northern MMnrnska, sltunte ihlrlly on and near the Klkliorn, I'lslto and
l-oup Itlversand their tributaries, nnd ciuhracliiKovery variety of I'ltriiilng auJ
Uriilij Lauds. S2.SU to 310.00 per aere, with credit on part
from on. to tan years with il per cent. Interest.
West Room in Grand CeiitralZHotel,
E'-A.OCl.TVrHJri.Ss. READ !
E-VAiTS &c DURNALL
GROOERS & SEEDSMEN,
3Vo. QUO XVixxxla.n.xxiL Stroot, Omalin, 3Jek.
Wo nro now onYrliiBour largo slock of dUOC'LIUI'.-, Fruits, Wooodsnirare, (llaiiware, elr,, at
Uuduied I'rlu'.t, to nuko room for our Immense slocks of
FleM, Fore!, Harden, (Jrass, ami Flower Seodx,
Which woarouoiv roielvlug. Wo will keep in stock rverr variety of sends adapted lo this r 1 1
luate, and will sell at EAtSTCIlN UATALOOUK rUIUU-j. ALL WAlUtA.Nl llll 1'RKall.
Wo will keeD tho BEST LAWN MOWER, ant" a virletyof ChrJou and Agricultural Imole-
meuts at tho Lowest Prices.
Wo nlway.i tiay tlio Highest Markot Prico In Cisli for Choice IStittcr anil
iAII our (loods are Guaranteed to be as Hcpre.cuted,
Grrooorloa, Frovlsioua, Soods,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
XXAXUDWABE, GLASSES, CXXZXTA
3V0t auufa aA - 1" o x
& Douglas Sts.
J. S. Caum-ibmi
M STIIKKT, fOll.MCIt TIIIHTKIC.Vm.
Ofllce 113 Fnriiliiuii Hlrrtt, Oiimlin.
Cigars, Etc., Etc
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