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THE OMAHA BEE
OFlTciAIi FA I'KU OF THE CITY.
Wr 00 hot desire my contributions whatever
of a literary or poetical ihaiactcrt and wo
will not imilcrlaVe to preserv e, or to ret urn
the tame, In any case winterer. Our 6tn
li sufficiently 'r lo n "lila upplT our
limited space la that direction.
Heal Navk op Whitm, In lull, muit In each
.and every caso accompany any cou.Mun.ca
tlon of what nature toever. Thle If not In
tended lor publication, but for our own atl
lactlon and as proof of good faith.
Oo Covatar FsiaitDt we will alvays bo
pleased in hear from, on all mattara connected
with cropa, country politics, and on any tub
lect wbttever of general Interest to the peo
ple of our But. Any Information connect
ed wltu tue eiecuon, idu reiauuK V uvuuj.
accldenta. etc., will be gladly received. All
each communications, however, mint be
arlel aa poulblo) and they mini, Inallcataa,
Tie written upon ono aid of the abeet only.
ALL Announcements of candidates for office
whether made by eell or frlcnda, and
whether aa notice or couimuntcatlona to the
IVlltor, are (until nomlnatlona are made)
Imply personal, and will be charged aa ad
Allcomniunlcatloniahould bo addressed to
B. B08KWATER, Editor and I'ubllahcr, Draw-
On and after October twentr-firit, 1372, the
city circulation of the Dailt Iikk It asauiurd
by Mr. ljlwln Davis, to whose order all sub
scriptions not paid at the. office will be payable,
and by whom all rccelpta loriubscrlptlons will
K. KOSEWATEK, Publisher
18 7 3.
Another eventful year in the histo
ry oi Omaha, Nebraska, and tho
Nation has passed through tho end
less cyclo of eternity. It would Lo
inipossiblo within tho brief space als
lotted to us to attempt an extended
retrospective vlow of the dickered
field over which we hnv passed in
tho Inst twclvo months. For tho
Butt they were marked with a dei
gree of substantial and gratifying
progress, seldom if ever surpassed in
American newspaper history.
For these most gratifying ovidences
of popular confidence, we desiro to
Under our heartfelt thauks to the
host of patrons who havo given us
such generous support.
We would vainly scok to find words
to illustrate the facts connected with
tho remarkable history of tho Bkk
more forcibly than do the following
sentences, penned by us Just twelve
"Amidst the most persistent as
"faults from ungenerous riraln, per
sonal, factional and political enemies;
amidst jealousies, persecution and
prejudices; amidst incendiary flames
and crushing blows from every quar
ter, the Uf.r has, by tho aid of its
proverbial industry, perseverance and
pluck, sustained itself against fearful
odds that would havo mado even
holder hearts sink in despair. The
victory, for such it might bo called,
is, however, not a personal one, but
that of principle against op
pression, bigotry, find wrong.
"flint. llin Indonc-ndpnt. mid
'7nnBl&tnt. rmiruA nt tills imirnnl
eiiuuiii uuvfi nuu IUI Jl IUC IVPIVWb VI
lajaa.t.l ! aa.naa I n a. a. 41. at .Aamint t.
n community ns intelligent aim up
preciativo ns is that In which wo
live, is after all not surprising. It is
' but tho expression of tho popular
mind, when wo say that to-uny tho
Dei. has no longer rivals, enemies or
competitors, for even those who most
- persiftcntly sought its suppression
"Would to-day cheerfully accord it
the proud position as tho acknowl
edged orguu of popular rights."
Theso arc sentimenta even Mnoro
applicable to-day than they wero at
,tho closo of '71!. It is n pardonablo
plensuro for us to call ilio attention
about to cuter upon somo great and
difficult undertaking, to the
.living example of tho IIek.
Jdet them remember that onergy and
.? iafstry aro oven more powerful
J .- '. . . . .
Were than mere money, wtciueu
without these indispensablo motors
j, of success,
In partlug with 187.1, wo desiro
nco moro to reaffirm the cardinal
principles which havo so far guided
ujln our journalhtle career. With
$,. -.charity to all, and malice toward
U , nono, wo still proposo to maintain
& our privileges by an armed iudc-
, pendeuce. Ever ready to defend tho
4C -rifiht. cspoim corruption, and de.
, nounco tlio wrong, wherever and
whenever found ; wo shall, also,
a always be ready to do jusltco to those
J 'i f whom inadvertently wo may have
"4 "---..... . . .
wronged by intimation or positive
In the future as in tho past it will
b our aim to labor earnestly and
unsolliahly for tho matOTiaTiuterests
of a conununitvwitU which, for
ten years pnskfwe have beeu Intl
infttely-JAtlfied. Nor shall we
E'An fnnt that the Infill"
,lio lii.n is not conuncu
kuarro7 city limits of
borrow nn ex-
limes mado uso of by
tnbitloutt ilvnls, th
Lanka is not bound
Irate limits of Omaha,"
merely an integral
imonwoalth that de
ft energetic and impar-
L a Citizen and Jour-
Irpatrons in Omaha and
veil iu to those iu every
iuton, vooxtond hearty
iho hopo that the
Tim editor of tbc Jin aid i. doing
gome very cccculr'c and concentric
twisting to get into tho Grangers'
crib. Tito greatest bar to his success
flccms to be tbnt "monop" nppendngo
which sticks bo prominently out of
ills conltnll pockets.
AcconDlNO to the Doston Globe
the cooperutive plan of purchasing
is getting very unpopular among the
working classes of Boston. The em
ployes of some of their manufactories
have clubbed together for the pur
chase of the necessaries of life at con
siderable discount below retail
Altmouoh tho City Council did
not adopt Councilman, Jones' resolu
tion of censure upon our Reform l'o
lice Judgo and Marshal these officers
ought to consider tho fact that such
a resolution was ofl'erod by ono of
their political associates as a pretty
strong evidence of the unmistakable
temper of our whole community.
Asd now wo learn that the Mo
doc war is not yet ended, at least
that part of it relating to dam
ages and compensation Settlors in
California and Oregon aro urging
llicir Congressional Representatives
to iuduco tho general government to
reimburno thorn for lows sustained
by Modoc depredations. Their claims
aro said to cover several millions.
According to tho Now York Her
ald, ono of tho charges against At
torney General Williams is tho fact
that when appointed a momber of
tho Board of Visitors to West Point,
during his Senatorial term, he
charged and took full mllcago from
Oregon to West Point and back,
amounting to nearly $3,000, although
ho had tho snmo year chargod oud
taken tho same amount as mileage
duo him as Senator. This was doubt
less legal, but "should a man who
will iudulgo in such sharp practico
put on the ermine of Chief Justice?"
significantly ask Senators.
Sixty-five per cent of the male
population in Spain neithor read nor
Tho Cincinnati Wcsleyan College
delights iu tho attendance of 100
Tim rlrls In Ttnsfon'H Hi'rrli Snlinol
are to bo taught photography, per
haps to imprefs upon their minds
tho grammatical rulo that two nega
tives do not always inako an affirma
tive. It is probable that an an evening
art school for tho benefit of mcchun
ics who could thoreiu receive in
struction in their own branches of
business will bo established at Pitts
The total number of pupils en
rolled in the public schools of Ten
nesneo is 178,070. Of this number
24,325 aro colored. There aro 080
schools in tho Stato now organized,
and 5-12 colored teachers aro cm
ployed. It is said tbit tho Kindergarten
system in the St. Louis schoois, al
though introduced but a short time
ago, is now in full operation and pro
ducing excellent results. It shows
all tho benoflts claimed for it, and
dovclops particularly the two widely
different activities the mathemati
cal and tho productive.
Tho British Government has ap
pointed Miss Pogson, the oldest
daughter of tho Government astron
omer of Madras, to bo assistant as
tronomer at the Government .observ
atory. JtritC tho. jDfATlfctlOU of
such n teacber how delightful to
talto observations of Venus, and how
intoxicating would become the con
tents of tho "dippor."
Dr. Sears, agent of tho Peabody
School Fund, naya that nn intelligent
citizen of Raleigh, N. 0., lately told
him that they had not a public
school in that city, but they had just
paid out ?20,000 on account of a few
criminals which fact tustains in a
measure his assertion that it costs
moro to maintain the people in ig
norance than it does to maintain a
system of public schools.
A writer iu the Mcriden (Ct.) lie
pulUcim says that "more than one
naif of tho tcachors of tho State havo
been spending their time for years
upon orthography, reading and ar
ithmetic, living and moving and hav
ing their intellectual being, as teach
h. iu tho spelling-book, tho primer,
and reader, and the rudiments of
numbers and calculation, until tho
minds of both pupils and teachers
slip over their smooth, familiar pages
almost without a gleam of conscious
thought or intelligence, and this
stato of things has come to be ac
cepted and acquiesced iu by the com
munity, in a helpless kind of way, as
a sort of drearynecesslty from which
thero is no escape. anu" tno average
teacher, lust liko tho averauo work-
i-WaTlTu every other pursuit, will earn
her wages as easily as sue can, uoing
no moro and no better work than is
required by tho obligations nomina
ted in the bonds. The teachers aro
not so much to blame as the system
under which they teach. They aro
not dead, but sleeping ; they lack not
capacity, but opportunity ; not abili
ty and willingness to advance, but
tho obligation and necessity of ad
vancing." It apnears that Harvard was not
tho first American college toreiecta
n.nmr. nil tllllnnl. T.tl I'! tllla. 1' OOtp.
daughter of tho Rev. John Footo, of
Uneshire, uonn., was a line urceic
nn.l Haiiraw ophnliir. mid at tho airn
of twelve was fitted for Yalo College,
as pppcars by tho following copy of u
translation of a certificate in Latin,
given to her by President Stiles, upon
parchment, anu aiso iiiseueu uy uitu
n )l ilUrv nn tho same date, unon
the occasion of her passing her ex
amination for admission to Yalo Col-
f"f ho President of Yalo College, to
to wuotn uicse prieum unaii
come. Greeting: uo u Known 10
..,. timt I hnvn examined Misa
Lucinda Foote, 12 years old, and
have found that iu the learned lan
guages the Latin ud the Greek
hlio has made commondablo progress,
giving the true meaning of pasMgcs
hi the. Eneid of Virgil, tho Select
Orations of Cicero, and in the UroeK
Testament; and that sho is fully
qualified, except in regard to sex, to
bo received as a pupil in tho Fresh
rran Class in Yale University. Given
in the Collego Library, the 22d of
Ezra Stii.cs, President.
Though kept out of college, Miss
Foote pursued a full course of college
studies, and also studied Hebrew
with President Stiles, tfo far, how
ever, from becoming a bluestocking
cd old maid, she married at 18, and
died at the good old age of G2, having
been the mother of ten children.
John Hay says it's an advantage to
know how to spell correctly, unless
ono is an American humorist.
It is said that two cats over one
mouse, two wives in ono house, and
two lovers of ono lady, are things
which never agree.'
An Indiana, gentleman, who stole
his wifo's liair and pawned it for
liquor, has beeu ordered to provide
iter with soaio more "oi similar qual
ity." Tho Mount Ploapant Journal joker
says: "It was found on tho North
Side. It's about eight Inchon long,
with a steel bucklo on tho end. We
think it's n baby's belt, but Babb
says it's a garter."
This is rulT. A Wostern editor
says ho saw a maiden in tho street
"who had what seemed to be a stake-and-ridcr
fence of laco around her
sloping neck so high that sho was
compelled to stand ou tip toe in order
to see over it.
Pekin, III., is described by a news
paper correspondent as rather a re
markable place. It has two packing
houses, three, large distilleries, thirty
liquor saloons, four newspapers ; and
there is to bo a great "proporty dis
tribution" by lottery there next
Tho Chicago Timet is begging for a
job. It wants tho State to "sot up a
h 11 on earth for tho punishment of
defaulting officials." It known no
such institution could be started out
sido of the Times office, under au
thority from headquarters.
Vlcksburg o fiord a roward for tho
recovery of an old ludy, aged one
hundred and eleven, who, it is sup
posed, had been kidnapped by some
felonious journalist from n rival city,
desirous to obtain her obituary for
his own local items.
A fashionable and would-be-industrious
yonng lady was visiting in
Waukcgan, HI., and thought to do
her own washing as an evidence of
her good Intentions. Somehow the
operation was n failure. Sho used
tho batter prepared for buckwheat
calces instead of soft soap.
In Richmond, Va., they put the
heads of infants destined for newspa
per life under a jet of water to
strengthen their brain. Tho Enquirer
man is tho only ono in that city that
failed to receive such baptism. His
head wan doused iu mush. Walking
A drunken Irishman was found by
his friends, the other night, lying in
tho snow, with his heels placed upon
tho fence, warming his toes by the
moonlight. Ho was muttering :
"What a cowld firo you havo got,
Biddy darliut ; have on some carry
sane or my futs will fraze."
A Titusville paper says: "A man
called ut ono of our ehoe stores yes
terday, and vainly essayed to get on
either numbers eleven, twelve, and
thirteen shoes. The storekeeper then
suggested that ho should put on a
thinner pair of stockings and try on
It isn't worth while, untla?-ifny, cir
cumstances, to oxuKBifyour senti
ments freolyvwAess you hanker after
martyrdom. Whllo Lydia Thorn p
sysr'was capering in a Memphis thea
tre the other 1 light, a fellow in the
audienco shouted, " Bully for you,
old tow top I Good Lordy, look at
her kick 1" and they put him out.
Canada is to have a peimanont
Committee on Woods and Forests,
looking to their preservation.
Thoro is a prospect of the estab
lishment of a national inebriate as-,
aylum at Washington, D. 0.
The Texas Legislature will meet
on Tuesday, January 13, when Gov
ernor Coke will be inaugurated.
Tho number of female applicants
for positions in tho Treasury Depart
ment is becoming alarming. Tno
applicants come from all parts of tho
A fourtccu-yoar-old Pes Moines
boy confes.sed that ho poured coal
oil on a dog Christmas eve, and set
it afire. He was "sent up" for fif
Thero is now a discussion at Chi
cago about selling the Lake front
there to railroads for $800,000. It is
1,200 feet front by 300 feet wide.
It is Important that tho world
should know that theGovernor of
Iowa took four prizes at the late hen
show at Cedur Rapids.
Hard times and dishonesty
among stewards havo got a pretty
tight grip ou the clubs of New York
city. The Manhattan Club has got
to raise $00,000 at onco to meents
An offer of free rent of forty
acres of land for 11 vo years is made to
auy whito family that will settle iu
certain oounties of Mississippi. The
granges make tho oiler and do It to
It appears that the English agent
who bid $10,GOO for a cow at the
famous ialo of fancy cattle in New
York, exceeded his master's initruc-
llina liawlnrv ImpIMA pnnfltun.Y am tn
IKIilO, illlll.!) a,,,..-,., wwa..uwi4 aJ w
the rolatlvo value of dollars and
pounds sterling, and tho animal has
since been sold fur $30,000, thus net
ting tho buyer a loss of $10,000.
At Bavalai, France, some ytty
valuable, relics havo just been found.
A workiugman has dug up a vase
containing many gold pieces of the
times of the Roman Emperors. Other
vases have been discovered, and it is
reported that there aro more than
10,000,000 coins con coaled In the
neighborhood of the anolent city,
Nearly 1,000,000 have already been
dug up. The proprietor of the land
claims thb treasure, ai do alio the
workmen and the State. ,
Report of J. E. Ritohoy, County
NojiFor.K, Mapisom Co.,
November 22, 1873.
Hon. J, H. Xoteware, Male Sujierint
Undent of Immigration:
DeakSir Incompliance with your
request, I havo tho honor to submit
the following report on Madison
county, arranged in the form of ani
swers and questional
Ques. What soil T
Ans. Clay aud black sandy loam.
Q. Have you timber; what pro
portion and kind?
A. Yes; cottonwood, oak, ash,
Q. Ts tho surface of the soil even,
rolling or broken?
A. In Elkhorn Valley level; back
from river, rolling prairie, well wa
Q. How many acres of govern
ment and how many of railroad
A. One hundred thousaud acres of
Q. How many acres under cultiva
tion? A. Thirty thousand.
Q. Is fencing general?
Q. What are the different crops
A. Whoat, rye, oats, barley, corn,
potatoes, and vegetables of all kinds.
Q. What is the average yield of
each kind per aero?
A. From 18 to 250 bushels.
Q. What is tho average price of
each kind of produco?
A. Sixty cents.
Q. How many fruit trees havo
been planted In your couuty?
A. Seven thousand five hundred.
Q. What success have you with
Q. Has the grape vine been culti
A. Yes; grows finely. Our bluff
land is well adapted to grapo cul
ture. Q. Have forest trees been planted ;
frowth and success thereof, as well as
A. Yes: cottonwood, soft maple,
larch, walnut, ash, ehestnut, and lo
cust, with good results.
Q. What is the estimated popula
tion of your county at this date?
A. Six thousand five hundred.
Q. Was the emigration to your
county large this season ?
Q. How many churches and
ohools in your county ?
A. Forty-one schools and twelve
Q. Is your county in want of any
particular kind of mechanics ?
A. Yes; carpenters, wagon-makers
Q. What water power havo you ?
A. Best in Nebraska Elkhorn
river. Union creek, Battle creok, and
North Fork of Elkhorn river.
Q. What advantrs for auy kind
A. Good; water power fine.
Q. Do your farmers principally de
pend on stock raising, or is tue grain
A. Our farmers are beginning to
raise a considerable amouut of stock,
but wheat la our staple crop which is
Q. What are the present and pros
pective means of communication and
transportation through your county ?
A. One daily mail, three weekly
mails, two semi-weekly, and two
railroads in prospective.
Q. Give couuty seat and towns of
A. Norfolk, Madison an Battle
Creek. , . ""
Q. Give toUluBseMed valuation of
lands.? -- -
- a7 Value ef personal property,
$865,829.30; school property, $13,562;
Q. Have the kindness to add any
useful suggestions of your own.
A. We havo two good flouring
mills, one at Norfolk and one at
Madison on Union creok. Improved
farms can be bought at from $5 to
$20 per acre. Unimproved lands at
from $3 to $6. Farm hands wages
from $16 to $25 per month; carpen
ters, $2.00 to $3.60 per day. There
are a great many good places which
can be entered by pre-emption and
J. E. RlTCHliY,
County Immigration Agent.
Worth of Choicest Groceries to be sold within
Cd daya, at the only exclusively
O .A. fit XX IBTOHU,
at price.) that defy competition, 37J Dodge St.,
opposlto new Postotfico. U. II. SPENCER.
FllEMU FISH ANU OYSTERS,
All kinds of tresn Bin, audi white
trout, bass, pickerel, and perch, from the
Usheries. Chickens, live and dressed,
aud all kinds of game, wTioleaalo and
retail ; sauer kraut far sale by tho quart gal
lon or barrel, at II. llehren't, 'JuJ Douglia
street. Hoods shipped t ibojt HOtlc,
I " "
U. S. DEPOSITORY
The First National Bank
Cor. Prnliam and I3th Mlrrcla,
THB OLDK8T UANEINU BB rADLlSHMENT
(Baccetaor to Konntte Brothr.)
Katabltaned In IMS. OnianUed a- a National
Dank, Angnit H. IS08
Capital aid Proata otm MSO.OUO
ornoiEa AMD oiBicrona
K. CRSianTON, A.KOUNTJ.B,
B. KOUNTZB, H. 'ft. YATE8,
Vle Prta't. Aaa't C'aaliler.
A. J. POl'PLBTON. Attornar.
The Oldest Estaonsheu
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.,
Business transacted same m that
of an Incorporated Dank.
Accounts kept In Currency or Gold
subject to eight check without io
tlcc. Certificates of Deposit Issued pay
able on demand, or at fixed date
bearing Interest at six percent, per
annum, and available la in all parU
of tho country.
Advances mado to customers en
approved securities at market rates
Buy and sell Gold, Dills of Ex
change, Government, Stato, County,
and Cltr Bond.
We giro special attention to nego
tiating Itnllroad and other Corpo
rate Loans issued within tho Stato.
Draw Sight Drafts on England,
Ireland, Scotland, and all parts of
Sell European Pasaago Tlckots.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADB.
ALYIK BAUKDIR. HNOS LOW!, BIM. WOOD
Prealdaot, Vice President, Oaahler.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
N.W.OOH. FAIUUIAM A 18TB BTfl.
Aitkorlied Capital, $1,000,000.
Depoilti u small u ono dollar reeolrev and
Compound lotoreat allovrod on same.
Certificates of Deposit.
The whole or any part of a deposit after re
maining In tula Bank three months, will draw
Interest from date of deposit to tine of pay
ment. .Tho who.e or any part of a deposit can
drawn at air time. atm28-tf.
BZBA MILLARD, J. fl. MILLARD.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK,
Dovglu tad Tklrteeatk Street,
CAMTAL $108,060 0
SURPLUS AND FHOFITU 100,000 00
FINANCIAL AOBNT FOB TUB UNITED
BTATB8 - -""
VKb iiuaiilTiS DiroiiTODT job miatntsrxe)
This Bank doalf Bxchange, OovermnMat
Bondi, Vouchers, Gold Cola
BULLION AND GOLD DUST,
and aoha drafts and make co.leet.oni oa
parts o'. Europe,
Draf drawn payable In Gold or Currency oa
the Back of California, Ban Francisco,
TICKETS for aaie to ait pant of Bnrope via.
the Cnnard and National Steamship Ltnet, sad
the Hamburg American Packet Company.
E. F. COOK,
037 14th 8t., bttwttn DoagUi and Hedge.
n OMAHA. HEM.
MUSTARD & PICKLE WORKS,
Cor. Jackson and nth ata. Dealers In Grocet
lee, and Agenia (or Flelschman'a
dll 3m 1IKCK at TIKTJB.NS.
Having hid Ion; experience. Id welf-dlgglog,
I am prepared to All all ordera tor dining and
repairing wells or maklug cisterns. Terms
CHARLES LINOHOFF A Co.,
6U TcBlk street, by Fred Haiatke,
elllni Omaha, Neb.
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- W STAII'S, -
Bel. 13th & 14th Sts., OMAHA.
Bar Oldest jiructlclns lk)iitUts lit the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
aa-d. IPaiX'.saJb.aim. mt.f
Ilet. 13th and 14th, up stairs.
Teeth attracted without pain, brute of Nl-
troua Oxide (Jat.
aWUfflco open stall hours. jl
CENTUAL CT.OTJ(INti STOBK
m rAIINHAU siTUUKT,
ana urge assortrnept ol Clothing, ITats, ftps,
ae., which he will tell at . H Mt k V euai
raHrri. fsHtsi-.te, r
Tlinlarsrat ntitt Imt tiolcl between Chlcntf)
ami H.m 1-r.iudoo.
OiHMie-1 uew rVpleniber OOUi, W.t.
030 U (IB.). TllltAM.. Proprietor.
fronting oa 4th, Sth'tni Walnut at,.
St. Louis, - Mo.
Lavelllo, "Warner & Co.,
Tha Southern Hotat la flrat-olaa In alt III
appointments. lis tatilai ara at all times tup
plixil in the greatest abumlanM, wltli all the
deJlcarUi tin muleta afford, lis clarka and
employe are all polite aud atteutlreto tlia
wni( the guoata ol the hotel. There is an
improvndtileTalnr leading from the flrat floor
lo the upHr one. ItallroAd and steambont
ticket nlltre. neHsatand, aud Western Union
Telegraph olitce In ltetunda ol the hotel.
FRITZ HAFNKR, . I'rop'r.,
X70 aDo-uclna St.,
OMAHA. ". NI.H.
Board and Lodging by the day or week. Single
meals, 23 cents j Lodging, 23 cents.
Leek Box 283. rnirtl-Sm
Cor. 16th St. & Capitol Av.
Dajr Board, f 4 ner week ; Board and Lodging
from 15 to f S ; Transient, f 1 .60 per day
J. R. L II. O. BPRkmVK, Prop'.
The UliST LODGING, and MHALU IN TOWN
Omaha men. giro tie a call. aprtl U
Pine atrect, between Fourth and Fltli atreeta
8T. LOU Id. tontilnlng ISO rooms; having
lately added 50 more room, la now prepared to
oifer te th traveling Public tho best nccomtdo
datlobs. Booms, 75 cU. to II per day. AI
meals 24 ate. each.
DOOB A THATCHER
The Central Hotel
The new building at tie southeast 'a
lieaTeaworin ana renin streets
nortl of U. P. Deoot. m-mmr -"
'17 U FRBD. THIKS. Prop
Ladies Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promenade Sulla, Evening Dresses, Wedding
finite, Morning Wrappers., Coats. Ac, cut to
order In the latest Parisian styles. Having
carried on faahlonable cutting and IHtliiK lor
ladles la all its branches In the various capitals
and centres of faahlon In Europe and, Amrrle.
I take pleasure In Introducing myself U the
ladles ef Umaka. Satisfaction guaranteed In
every departme.lt of my prof salon.
No. 500 IStk Street.
eeteVHv . WF.I.F.
(Late of Thirteenth street.)
Douglas St., opp. Metropolitan Hotel.
Special attention paid to cleaning and re
pairing. Will be glad to receive a call at my
new store dom my former patrons and the
a-sTP, 8. 3a(liactlqn guaranteed in every
O. T. HAMAXTIT,
171 Cor. Ft.rishs.sn stud UlevtMtl. Sta,
All kinds of TAILORINQ, Cleaning and llo
palrlDB done at re-ieonaMe rates. A line lot of
FlIIWUlUNf! (1QOD3 constantly on hand
and told cheap. decSutf
IStk St., bet. Faruhnm autl Harnejr.
All kinds ol TAIUmiNO, CI.EANINO and
HEI'AIKINU done at reasonable rates.
Farmers, Read This !
Bujr your Groceries where jron ran Ret tho
most lor your money, I'ttronlso lo
xiaax ar 3 o 3r a ,
And tare TEN TEIt CENT,
Northeast cor. 1Mb aud IJouglu sts., Omaha.
f.0 420 f.d'r: Agenta wante.1 1
people o( either set, young or old, uoke more
uioner at woik far us In llmlr m.r. i.ir,.nt.
or all the tliue.than tt snythlog i I.e. Address
U HfimW A 9., 1'OTlla.d, Vain.. .,,.."
rfl 'He )
A. B. HUBERMANN fc f
S. E. Cor. 13th
., --v.aj.vur, VN HH1A1.J. ' -an
Dealors Can Savo TIME and FREIOI
uruering of Us.
Sf G00DS WARRANTED
. 0. Aiaorr '
S. C. ABBOTT cfc CO..
WAUL PAPIRS, DXOOHATI
No. 188 Farnham
a'nbllghora' Aaronts for School Uokt mseel la NkrAki
FOR SALh ! AN ENTIRE SOLID TOW)
I tirnni-t-i.i tn au t I.I. . i... if. i.. "
en...T1'..?Tf.aJ!0,..,!,'er'. ' 'fe'"!1 ' f
7ii '.! . "-. iiwijw iiuuit,
this the purtlmscr must nay casl.-l3.Utf per
other block lo mimosas of . neii nn. ch.-ii.
Is taken by reliable p.irtlet, who wll luipro've tho preuW fnvsyaiefi mad'i
or oue-fourthof the whole sum .In In. hun ,i.V.,.i. J. -rlTi 'Jlr!T" "S.l
lan2dll Taylor't Oroat land Agency, orerTirsiTratloaai CaT.Tj"
'WHITE JL.-E2JLTD, OOIli(
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS.
Artists' and Decorators' Materials
D,?J&m &36 onrtecntU St.f . . OMAl
511 & 513 Tfiirtflflnth Strfifit.
FURS, FORTY PER CENT. BE
LOW NEW YO-R.-K-
ImTinpfflTif i.e. T.afliac..T nnTrr r-ffis
larere stock of Fnra
prices, including a
stuuii ux iiiiuji iurs,
unuiuo tu-iu stjieuieu sjKins acoorai
4-Via 1qoot--citt1mi All , ft "
40 per cent, below NJ&FtMui u
ukm j.rjtUETaaTi . ai.v inr-,.
See for V0UIflJrTr,TlT?"nnalDre anrl'nfw nnnriA
Tter&?rzrz:; l.i .a .rr.
Burlington Route Time Tabli
EAST. SOUTH AND SOUTH-
WcitinglaOuso Safety Brake.
Arrive Hurllugton B.60 a. if,
do Jleii'lota U:M a. u.
do CUf0n n..)ii .. u
.1:20 p. h.
do I'eoria ."." o'm i'. u'
i-?...iSr.l?.ff SPA-.... -,..!LS?.
'olurnbu.. -ut, ...,,
&.nn?5,.l.0n, ,.uf,lwu wllh Hes leading lo tho East. Worth sad Oeutk.
iw.uiwmi.HHuai, quickest ana cheeiwst route. "
A. fc. 10UZAU, Ueni Ticket Agest. a K. PK11KUI, OeTlbup't I
M. J. MoKEIXIGON,
Importer ud Jobber
Wines and Liqiio
TOBAOOOM AXffX) OXOr'AKl
No. 142 FnrnliftTii Sfrnnf ' w-'i.
OLD IBITnoiT WHIBKH8 A IfiitsUTT.I f i
HTAOVNT FOR TIIK irrvminn otiwb u-. '-"Ml 'f. l
STAPLE AND FANCY BIT:
n . -aT-AS
239 Farnham St.,
A'LMd.0rant:cf 13,000,000 Aoret tf tn U,
THE 0ARDBN OP IHE
STheso Itndtare ntho etntral portion ol the Un ted States, oa tb.il.1 iAAli'
Itude. Ibe central lluool the great Temperate Zoue( tho Aiaarliit nf-iflll l)
growing and stock raising uosurpassod by any In the Ult3 btsUfc l ' V i''
0HEAPEE I. MM-ato'HUrtW 1S
.U tIM '
FIVK ind TEN fEAIW credit
G0L0NI8T3 and ACTUAL 8I.rOLEll8uabu7oa Tan T.art' Ortalt. l .( l
crlct to all 0REDITrrPRQHABEB3. A ' f
A Deduction TEN I'EIl CKNT. FOIl OAB1I. . '
.a. ibuu iiMiii BUataa a i-jii t ib
And tho Best Locations for Wmlm
Soldiers Entitled to a HomeWlfi
160 Acres. ST' mi
JfXTOm Jtwa.n.assaiaKai .- -n..-. IX'Jf . .is'im
hand Knl b. . Si X1,V.1."-"JE2' wl,n
luuif m maw 1lAA-.l.at,l .vi a s.i
" ' urt;iiv(
& Douglas 81
PLATED - WiR
FREE OF CIIA1K
TO BE AS RKPRHflENI
IlKAT.SflM I'M I
far-la. IsnJ. well'
.Vn or 11,0m .r au.rte MctloV
3w ACKMI Will MdsraU.l 1a A t t
aere, or Sl.fM-Md eblhrsU teV'i
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RETAIL DEALIB3 IV
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n.t irrAp.liT rrl-
large and elej
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Ar. Indianapolis.. t:Mp.j.
do Clnelnnstl...a,tl:M p. .,
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vnicago, inauaaaolla, aaelantsU, Logsuspor
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PAH1IIH0 aal MWllWUOa
IN THE UKKAT ,Ui
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