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til with the election, and relating to floods,
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uch communication, howerer, mint lie
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K. ROSEWATElt, Editor and Publliher, Draw-
On and after October twentr-flrst, 1872, the
olty circulation ol tlio dailt iii.k i assumed
by Mr. 1X1 win Darls, to whoso order oil ub
crlptlon not paid at tho office will be payable,
and by whom all rcctlpt forsulscrlptfou will
E. ItOSEWATEK, Publisher
AxoTiir.it absurd dispatch reaches
ui by cubic from Mndrid. Iti author
lutiuintc.i that Prcaident Castcllar
contemplated a coup d ctat in case a
majority of tho Cortes should vote
him out of power. Wo apprehend
Custcilnr it too much of n true llo
publican to attempt a forcible over
throw of frco government. In all
probability this sensational telegram
will be contradicted within the next
Jin. Wm. Orton, in behalf ot tho
Western Union telegraph monopoly,
telli Postmaster General CrcBwell
what ho knows about tho history of
tho Puciflc telegraph lino from Oma
ha to San Francisco. Mr. Orton ns.
erli that tho $400,000 subsidy paid
by the Government for tho encour
agement of tho enterprise was more
than counterbalanced in dollars and
canti by tho telegrams transmitted
freo of chargo by tin Qovornmeut
over that lino. If Mr. .Or
ton was disposed to tell all
tho facts in connection witli the
Pacific tolegraph, ho would exhibit
ono of tho most stupendous frauds
over perpetrated upon a libera gov
ernment. Ho would toll tho Post
master Geueral how tho charter of
this concern waa systematically vio
lated in letter nnd in Hpirit, and how
hoth tho peoplo and tho Government
were subjected to a sorics of unmiti
THE MILITIA BUSINESS.
In times of ponce prcpnro for war
is evidently tho maxim that guides
Governor Furnas in his recent war
llko preparations. Whan tho Got
cruor appointed his first Adjutant
General wo were disposed to look
upon tho excrciso of this higher law
JIh Excellency was a very proper
person for such a position, inasmuch
us his constant presenco at the Stato
capital enables him to attend to any
requisition for arms or munitions of
war in cases ot extraordinary emer
gency. When apprised of tho ap
pointment of n second Adjutant Geu
eral, at Schuyler, wo were disposed
to ridiculo tho performance.
Now, that wo are aesurod that tho
Governor has gone iuto tho whole
sale commission business, wo aro be
ginniug to look upon this midden
manufacture of gcucraltf, colonels,
and ninjors, from a moro serious
stand-point. According to 'the Bea
trice Express, II. W. Parker, Esq.,
of that city, has received a brigadier
general's commission, with tho titlo
of Engincer-insChicf of tho State
militia, and the Omaha Republican
informs us that Mr..E. T. Tent, of this
city, holds another brigadier's com
mission as quartermaster-general,
while Dr. Wilkinson, of Dakota City,
has been dubbed a surgeon-general.
Now what docs all this mean?
Where docs tho Governor dcrivo his
authority for issuing these commis
sions? Why docs ho issuo them at a
time of profound poace? llcforo en
tering upon any nrgumont touching
the legality of these commlrsious wo
must assumo that tho Governor of
this State is to bo guided and con
trolled in all his actions by the con
stitution und lawsof thiaState, which
are tho foundation of nil his powors
and prerogatives. Tho Constitution
of this Stato makes tho Governor tho
Commander-in-Chief of tho military
nnd naval forces of tho Stato.
On tho othor hand, tho constitution
clothes tho Legislaturo witli tho solo
power to orgauice tho militia and
provide for their government. Sec
tion 2G, article Legislature, reads as
follows: "Tho Legislative hhall do
termluo what porsons shall constitute
tho militia of tho State, nnd may
provldo for organizing and disciplin
ing tho samo in such manner as shall
ho prescribed by law," In othor
word, tho Legislaturo shall framo
tho laws for tho organization of mil
itia, nnd tho Governor shall executo
theso laws. Now, the only provis
ions mado by tho Leglskturo for tho
organization of militia, will be found
upon pages 47Q, 71 and 72, of tho
revised statutes. That act Is hub
stantlally ns follows:
Section 1 designates tho persons II
alio to militia duty. Section JIdrclnres
that tho Governor, as Commanders
in-Chief of (ho militia, may order
put ho inilltL iu cao of Insurrec
tion, invasion or war. Section 3 ou
thorizes tho Governor to order out
militia by comptnlcs, or by counties,
but instructs him to have due regard
to spanoly fettled frontier counties,
whoo militia men shall not
be called away from their
own counties, except when de
manded by . imperative necessity.
Section 4 authorizes the organization
of independent militia companies,
whoso officers shall be elected by tho
members of such companies and com
missioned by tho Governor. Section
C authorizes tho Governor to arm,
equip and organize the militia .when
In his , Judgment hor shall
deem it nccessaryfor tho protection
of tho citizens thereof. Section C
authorizes tho Governor to appoint
and commission all 'militia officers'
whoso election is not provided for.
While this provision might techni
cally be construed as sufficient au
thority for tho appointment of Aids-de-Camp,
Quartermaster and Surgeon
Generals, Euglncers-ln-Chiif, Briga
dier aud Major Generals ad libitum.
Wo bellev.Jthe spirit, if not ,tho letter
of the law, contemplates no such ap
pointment except in times of throat-
enrd or actual invasion or insurrec
tion. Does Governor Furnas protend
that tu oh an emergency exists or is
likely to occur during his prcicnt
term of ofllco?
Why then stretch the authority of
tho law to such an extent? It may
bo argued that thcro is no harm in all
this warlike trumpery, but wo nrguo
thnt Nebraska is less in want of all
these fuss and feather holiday officers
than she was at any tlmo during her
history. She never did enjoy tho
protection of an Engineer in Chief,
and still sho flourished. She novcr
had n Surgeon-General t feel hor
pulso and inspect her tongue, but
thank God sho still survives. Sho
never did havo n Quartermaster Gen
eral, but by the blessings of Provi
dence sho still manages to provide
her sons and daughters with abun
dant and wholesome food and decent
garments. Wo would say in nil can
dor to tho Governor that, in our
humblo judgment, he can gain de
cidedly more respect nnd confidence
by acting ns a patron of peace than
by exercising questionable functions
as a wnr Governor.
AMONG THE MORMONS.
What a Gemtilo Knows About the
Cirrcspondencc ot the Doc
Oodkn, January 1,
Editor Omaha Bee;
A few items from this outpost of
Latter Day Saintdom may not bo un
interesting to your readers. There
has been qulto a stir hero lately, in n
quiet way, concerning tho expected
legislation in Congress in regard to
poligamy; nnd although they are
like tho old man nnd his wilo, who,
going to law in a certain case, used to
get tho case every time; yet they
secretly fear that they will come out
as this same man and wlfo did in
their case; they fear that tho law
yers wont do as they (thp Mormons)
desire. The arguments used by the
Mormon when thoy are conversing
to tho faithful aro vory faloclous to
ono who don't bcliovo in n divino
rovelation to Joeph Smith. One
great argument they tiso against any
interference of tho United States
with their peculiar institutions
is that poligamy existed beforo
TTfilt KnlfttitvAf-l tn tli TTtirA1 QIa4a
Perhaps this may be true, but wlici
tney came under the U. s. laws that
fact would not release them from
oboying all laws thus on tho statute
uoolc until their repeal. They also
forget that they, tho Mormons, went
into Mexico mm established n gov
ernment, nnd foreign to that of the
country thoy then lived in, nnd nt
varionco witli it iu every particular
and acknowledging no nllcigauco to
it at all. In other words, they stole
the land of another country and then
complain that they aro misused by
the government thnt buys tho correct
titlo from tho real ownerof tho coun
try they then live in.
A case of peculiar hard shin under
the working of their polygamous
practices has just become, in a meas
ure, tho property of tho public, and
it will not full to interest your read
on, as showing what a woman will
bear from her lovo to a so-called re-
Sljjlon. Mr. John W. Young, tan of
rrcjiucnt urignani xoung, had two
wives (?) 'I'ho first had borno him
three children, tho second two chil
dren. About this tlmo ho went
cast on n visit with several
of tho prominent Mormons.
Whilo there he becamo acquainted
witli a cousin of tho socond wife from
Elkton, Ind., nnd mado hlmsolf bo
agreeable that bIio "left all aud fol
lowed him." This lady was then n
mnrried woman, though not living
with her husband. (She lived witli
hor husband only about a weok when,
from so mo incompatibility of temper,
sho look horsclf away). It is believed
by those conversant with the facts
that this lady from tho first deter
mined tn follow out tho phu which
has just been consummated. About
a mouth after the party reached Salt
Lako this lady, now Mrs. John W.
Young, (3rd) wks divorced from hor
first husband nnd then married to
Mr. Young, nccordlng to the rites of
tho Mormon church. Hero begins
tho trouble. Sho refused to marry
Mr. Y. unloss ho would divorce the
other two wives, nnd ho, infatuated
with a new faco, did so, although ns
yet ho has not ceased to provide for
them aud their children; but n wo
man wiio can accomplish no much can
compass even this. What makes tho
caw ouo of peculiar hardship is the
fact that tho wlfo who has turned tjio
othors out of doorc, ns it were, Is
nn own couiln to tho second wife, i
iiietr uniuo uuiug uuniiehi. Alio fcc
ond wlfo'a name is Lucy and tho third
Supposing1 this caso woro to come
Into court before an unbiased Jiiry,
how long wovld It be beforo Mr.
Youn would bo looking out from
behind tho bars of n prison? and the
world at largo would say, "served
him right." To mnko tho matter
moro binding, tho third wife, during
a visit East not long nince, bound her
husband to go through another cer
emony according to the laws of the
United States, snowing clearly that
her design was to cut offtho children
of tho first two wives from any share
In tho estato of their father in case of
his death. This, tho true sldo of tho
picture, reduces tho pleasing romance
which so mo Eastern papers havo been
speeding over the country concerning
this case, to something very like
tragedy, for in tho truo picturo aro
shown some of tho worst trnlti of
eharacterlbat n woman can posses
AYet when" was tho world nny differ
r!7..l9 Tnn ttn taut lutCl rf Tnrl
Villi .U1VU IIIU 1UOI IIIIU 1 J-r..lu
played tho s.imo gamo on her less
favored companions, and so gavo her
son tho crown of Judah.
Tho Mormons of to-day ara a people
of progress, ns mny be shown in their
numerous schools, Ac. That thoy
aro n body seperato aud looking out
for their own Intcrsts to tho exclus
ion of others, it a truth that cannot
bo denied. Thoy havo soma good
traits -in this connection, though;
thoy look after their poor, at least so
far as to keep them from suffering;
but tho inevitable "tithing" comes
iuto the account, oven in tho poorest
house. If n jMjor man earns 20 cents
a day, two of that must i$o to tho
Prominent Mormons say that tho
women aro tho strongest advocates of
polygamy, even going so fur as to
urge upon tholr husbands to tnko
other wives, aud thoso raised in tho
east among religious people arc said
to bo tho most strenuous in this mat
tor. Ono woman in particular, said
to bo a very nice, puro lady, said:
"If I had known before I left En
gland, that tho Mormons mado eo
much of polygamy, I would novcr
have joined them ; but siuco I have
learned their doctrines nnd principles,
I would not 11 vo with a man who did
not preach it." Tills goes to' show
that thore aro many sinccro people
among them. Doubtless, many of
them arc filled with tho spirit of tho
religion whilo holding principles
of faith entirely opposed to nil
revealed religion and tho practice of
nearly tho wholo civilized world.
Ono great argument used by tho
Mormons it that thoy marry numer
ous wives to prevent prostitution; but
legalized prostitution is very little
bettor than nny other. Tho Mor
mons are wiso in ono particular;
thoy all, young and old, join in their
nmusemciits. Dancing is with them
a favorite amusement, and the gray
haired men and women seem td
delight in it as much as the children.
What would Omaha belles und
beaux think of opening ono of their
"Social" or "Pleasant Hours" with n
prayer to God to keen them from sin
and bless tho danco to their physical
and spiritual good. I think many
would stay nwny till nfter the open
ing prayer; but it is not so witli
theso people, who havo such a strango
mixture of tho sublime arid ridicui
lous in nil tholr belief. They require
no proof of u wish to live a puro life
nsa condition of church member
ship. If any one expresses n wish to
pass through tho ordeal they feel
that thoy cannot refuse to rovlvo him.
Of course such a ono will be cut off
from tho church unless they behnvo
I may givo you other items in
future as thoy como to my knowledge.
Mariago announcements appear as
"nttachmont notices" iu an Ohio pa
per. Roy. Dr. Tiffany celcbrnted his sil
ver wedding nt Washington on Fri
dny. Tho sitting-room of nn Iudianapo
lis couple is adorned with four di
vorces handsomely framed.
A happy couple living at Adams,
N. Y., havo been married over seventy-four
How to becomo practically ac
quainted with thoj'Rulo of Three"
Livo with you wife, mother, and
A romantic runaway match was
consummated by n marrlago at 3
o'clock in tho morning on Saturday
last in Burlington. Tho parties wero
Tho foto of St. Catharine was re
cently observed with much spirit in
Franco. Tho saint is prayed to by
young girls who desire to bo speedily
A Potrolia parson was marrvintr a
couplo recently when n dog fight In
terfered, nnd tho brido called out,
"Drive ahead; tho yaller pup has
him by tho fore-paw."
A Mrs. Pleasant, of Fort Laramie.
has suod a paper for saying that sho
has murdered thrco husbands, when
tho fact is sho hasn't murdered but
two, tho third one getting away with
a broken rib.
An Ohio wlfo domands n divorce
upon tho specification that upon ono
occasion her husband "put her to
soak iu the rain water barrel."
Lieutenant W. II. Reeder, of Mus
catine, ot tho United States Navy,
was married nt Villcfranche, France,
ou tho 20th ultimo, to Miss Wells,
dnughtcr of Captain Wells, of tho
United States sloop of war Shenan
doah. Tho ceremony was performed
ou board tho Shenaudoah.
A questionable story, but told with
f;rnve circumstantiality, was pub
ished iu tho Cohocton 'Jribune, as oc
curring nt Wullace, Steuben county,
on tho JJrlo ltallroad. Tho substnnco
of tho talo is that n short tlmo since
nn elderly femalo, sister of Klder
Perry, of Wnllaco, nrrlved in thnt
plnco, nnd within n week or two ens
snared tho affections of n moumine
widower, nnd a nmrriago ensued.
Aftor two weeks ot honoymoon tho
now wlfo wnntod money to visit her
old homo in Pennsylvania. Tho
funds wero forthcoming, nnd the tral
lant husband accompanied her to the
train. Just ns the cats wero nbout to
start sho coolly informed him that
ho had a hiiBbniid and family in
Pennsylvania, had been out ou n little
bigamist spree, but had determined to
return to her legitimtilo llego; then
bidding him an ulfectlonato good-bye,
sho was Eoon whirling away to her
family, in n quiet, country spot iu
Pennsylvania, whero no rumor of
thfs iugul.tr epiiode will probably
"Yes, I am married: I havo Jind
sixteen children, and 1 know my
business," was tho reply of u colored
woman to n question nt tuo l'coria
Polico Court tho other morning. His
Honor thought sho did. j
Statistics presented to theJFrench
Academy show that the marriages of,
uioou relations lorm aoout two per :
cent, of all tho marriages In France, i
nnd thnt tho deaf and dumb off
spring, nt birth of consanguineous
marriages, are, in proportion to tho
deaf nnd dumb bom inordinary wed
lock at Lyons, full 25 per cent.; at
least 20 percent, in Pari'), and 80
per cent, in Bordeaux tho propox
lions of deaf and dumb, by birth, in
creasing with tho degree of blood rt
lationsliip.The data obtained showed
that, if tho danger of having a deaf
nnd dumb child in ordinnry mar
riage, represented by figures, it one,
thero will be 18 in marriages ho
twreu first cousins. 37 iu marriages
between uncles and nieces, mid 70 in
marriages between nephews and
aunts. It appears, too, that the
most healthy parents, if related in
blood, may havo deaf and dumb
children; whilo deaf and dumb par
ent, if not related, vory rarely havo
deaf and dumb children.
Duluth has a Catholic priest who
used be n misiiouary iu Northern
Bcllovllle, 111., hat invited Row
Dr. Hammond to try nnd cotivort it.
Fourteen spiritual mediums aro
holding circles at Terro Hnute, Ind.
Church property iu Now York is
valued at $40,000,000. Tho church
buildings of various denominations
A Salt lako paper says thnt tho last
band of Mormon missionaries arrived
at tho Sandwich Islands on tho 20th
A petition, addressed to tho Con
ttitutionnl Convention of tho Stato,
an J praying for the insertion in tho
organic law of n clauso provining for
religious instruction in tho common
schols, is receiving signature in
Mrs. Phcebo Hannaford, of New
Haven, has accepted a call to tho
Universalist pulpit in Jersey City.
Sho is n rovereud of a half-dozen
years' standing and quite popular in
Rev. W. H. Milburu, tho blind
preacher, is visithnr Boston. He
used to talk entertainingly nbout
what a blind man saw. Ho should
tell luow a blind preacher feels.
The renort thnt tho MlanH i tn
be published in tho interests of Meth
odism docs not exactly tally with its
announced list ef contributors for
tho year. Pnrton nnd Holme aro
not oxuetly Methodists, nnd Whittior
nnd Longfellow nnd Bavard Tnylor
iuu ivoucrtuaio uwen would hardly
pass for revivalists
Thero is a mis-
Robsrt O. Collyer has it from tho
best authority that Abraham Lincoln
had como to doubt nbout tho vory
foundations of religion until reading
tho works of Theodore Parkor nnd
Dr. dimming. lie confessed thnt
these gavo hinmoro light nnd satis
faction than he over obtained from
all other xourccs, and on them he
based whatever religious belief ho
had in the Inst years of hislife. It is
unfair to quote his words whilo he
was passlug through a period and ox
perienea ot Kt njH.la jgd
tionnlUt of the Parker and Chnnning
Tho magistrates of Jedburgh, Eng
land, have decided to nut upon an
old Ktatuto and lino people forawoar
ing in tho street?.
"Go, liahl" naid a colored David,
aud then ho smote him with a whisky
sliug. nsppening in Louiavllle, it
was, ofcouise, fatal distance forty
What is tho earliest llnnnnl.il
transaction on record? When Pha
raoh received a check on tho bank ol
tho Ked Sea, crossed by Moses & Co.
"Ho was n good man," says nn
Iowa paper of a deceased citizen,
"but then lie sometimes bet on tho
wrong horso, tho tamo as the rest of
People talk of ovil deeds bringing
thir own penalties evon in Jiis
aABl 1 nJHMJl.. f
nuuu, uuu yuiuore is n sowing ma
chine agent who inherits $3,000,000
from nn undo in Scotlnndl Tho next
thing we shall havo will hn ti.nf n
iigmuiuK-ruu man or a uoolc-cnnjJ
w ---. .. vv aawM
or that n gentiomnnly hotol clerk has
drawn n prize in tho Havana lottery.
The lato Dr. Macadam used to tell
ot n tipsy Scotchman making his
way home on a bright Sunday morn,
ing, when tho good folk wero wend
ing their way to tho kirk. A little
dog pulled the ribbon from tho hand
of n lady who was leading it, and as
it ran away from hor sho uppleacd to
tho '.first passor-by, asking him to
whistle for hor poodle. "Woman,"
ho retorted with that cnlomnltv f
visngo which only a drunken Scotch
man can assume, "this is uot n
day for whlstlin'."
In Plymouth Church, Sundny
morning, Mr. Beoeher refused togivo
a notico in tho following character
istic aud JJccchcr-like manner: "I
am requested to givo n notico which
puts me in n littlo difllculty; I don't
want to, and I do want to. The Amu.
rnnth Dramntic AHsociutioti wish to
Rive n beneflt iu tlio Acntlemy of
wusic, next Katurday ovenitig. They
wish to jiav all tho oxpensou them
selres, and clro all tho receipts to
the poor of Jfrooklvn. Now, I waut
tho poor to have all tho money thoy
can get, but I don't want to adver
tisa a theatrical company, nud there
fore I shall not giro the notice"
FIIES1I FISII AM) OYSTKUS.
All kinds ot trein nsn, tuch white
trout, buss, plclert), und perch, Irom the
fisheries. Chickens, live aud dressed,
and all kind of gatno, wholcMlo und
reUllj saner kraut for sale by tho quart cat.
'?u .or TTel ' ' Uehreii'a, 201 Douijla
trect. (loods shipped at sboit notice.
co.tr. i co.ii, ii cue: vim
MUjourl oak, and shell bark hickory. Iowa
lonj.at 135 thlciSQ atrret. near UVi.'
1 fw & 1' IIKIQGS,
Tho First National Bank
Fnrutiaiu aim 131U Mrrcls.
fUK OLDEST UANKLNU K31'AUUHHUEM
(8 accessor tn Kount?i Orothiri.)
Ktibllhed In ISM. On-iolrrd i a NitloD)
lliut, Angual S3. WA
Capital id Treats over - . . e?AO,000
omcetu amd mntcTon
CHBiailTON, A KOUNrZB,
U. IIOUNTZE, U. W. VATUS,
Vlco lrw'l. Ai i CiJb'.cr.
A. J. l'Ol'l'IiETON. AttnrmT.
The Oldest Esmolisliyu
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co,,
RttMuess transacted snmo ns
of nn Incornornleil Hank.
Accounts Kent in Currency or Uold
subject to sight check without no
Certificate of Deposit Issued pay
nblo on doinnnil, or nt fixed date
bearing Interest nt six percent, per
annum, nnd available in In nil pnrts
of tho country.
Advances mado to customers on
approved securities at market rates
Buy and sell Gold, Bills or Er
clinufre. Government, State, County,
and City Bonds.
Wo give siicclnl attention to ncgo
tiatint,' Railroad nnd other Corpo
rate Loans issued within tho Stato.
Bnnv Sight Drafts on Knglaud,
Ireland, Scotland, and nil pnrts of
Sell Kuropcnn Passage Tickets.
COLLECTIONS FHOMITLY MADE.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
N. W.COK. FXKNHAM A13TII BT8.
Authorized Capital, 51,000,000.
Depo-tts as Bmnll ai ono dollar rccelvoi
Compoaud Interest allowed ou tamo.
Certificates of Deposit.
Tho wholo or any lwirt of a deposit after re
maining In thlr Dank thrco month, will draw
Interest from (Into of deposit to time of pay
ment. Tho who.o or any part of a dcioslt can
drawn at any tlmo. autr-W-tf.
, JI. MILLARD
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK,
DougluH and Thirteenth Street,
CAPITAL 1100,000 0
SURPLUS AND ritOWTH 100,000 M
FINANCIAL AQKNT TOIt TUB UNITBD
AMD DSSIdNiTJD DKKWTOnT Ton DISBVBKXt
This Bank deal a Exchange, Government
Bonde, Vouchers, Gold Coin
BULLION AND GOLD DU8T,
and eeiis drafts and makes collections cm
parts of En rope,
Drarts drawn payable In Gold or Currency on
tho Bank of California, Ban Francisco,
TICKETS for vaio to an parts of Europe via.
tho Canard and National Steamship Lines, and
mo UAinonrg American Packet Company.
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- IT BTURS, -
Oct. 13th & 14th Sis., OMAHA.
UfTOlik-t practicing Dentists lit tho city
DR, A. S, BILLINGS,
884 XAX'X1.1XCIXX3L flt.,
Bet.13th and Hth, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by useot Ni
trous Oxide (las.
WOI!lce opon stall hours. jeBtf
(Lato of Thirteenth itrcet.)
Botula St., opp. Metropolitan Hold.
SpecMi attention pill to cleaning and re
palrlnu. Will be glad to rcceWe a call at mr
no ftpro from my former patrons and the
Birr, 8. b.itUf.ictlon guaranteed In erery
171 for. Karn hum mtil Klevrulh n
All kinds or TAII.OIIIKO, ricanlnuaiid Ke
inlrlnit done nt roit'Oiuhlu rnlci. A lino lot of
rUUNIMIINd (lOUHd coiwnntly ,m nnd
and sold cheap. Ucilfllf
18th St., bet. Fnruliam nnd Hartley.
All kind, of TA1I.OMNC1, CLKANINO and
111.1'AIItINO done at reasonable rate.
CQFFEE SALOON (CAFE)
(HJ 12lh hlreet, hotwreu r.nruhum aud llaruoy,
NICECOITEE, CHOCOLATE, r.TC.,ATANV
tlfi'ildlj r, Alt V,
lliolire-t mil IkmI hotM Iwtweim CMchim
mul 'in ItiicIcu.
0niint new Nileiiiler Mill, 1S73.
i toll OK ), T11UALL, Proprietor.
fronting on 4th, Cih and WalnttiU,,
St. Louis, - Mo.
Lavoillo, "Warner & Co.,
Thf otlMiorn Hole! I flrst-clax In nil Hi
niiNiliitini!ls I table are at nil lime aup
ilM In ttip cnatrst abiimUnvc, Willi all the
ilellradei the tntrkrt allbril. Its clerk ami
iiiilnvtt are all Klita and attcntiroto tho
n.iut.of llii-zued of the hotel. There I an
Imiirmevl elevator Ira.llriK from tho Urat floor
to thi iier one. Uiillron! ami Meamtioat
ticket offi'ie, ncwi Mand, nnd Western Union
Tilr,jrih otllre In Itotunda of the hotel.
FRITZ IIARUm, Prop'r.,
170 Xo-us;l.ai St.,
OMAHA, . NEII.
Hoard and Lodging ly the day or neck. Single
meal, 12.1 ceutsj Lodging, 23 ccntt.
Lock llox 'iii. marSI-atii
Cor. 16th St, & Capitol Av,
Day Hoard, (I per week Hoard and talcing
from 81 to J8j Transient, 31.50 tcr day
J. It. & If. O. Hl'ltAUim, I'mii'M.
Tho BEST LODGING and JUHALS IN TOWN
Omaha men, Etvo us a call. aprtltt
Pino street, between 1'ourtli aud Fltli streets
ST. LOUIS, containing 150 toouh; having
lately added 60 more room, la now prepared to
olfer to the traveling Public tho licit accommo
dation. Uooms, 75 els. to 81 per day. M
meal li ct. each.
DOOn A THATCHKK
The Central Hotei
Tho now building at tho southeast corner
Leavenworth and Tenth atrcet, ono
nortl of U. I Depot.
17 u Kitnn. TitiEa, rrop
228 Douglas Ht., Omahn, Neb.,
Buggies Patent "vTheols,
Boad Warons, Trotting Sulkies, Skeletons, Btu
detnker' Cclebmtsd Wagons, Jaine 11. IHU's
Celebrated Coucord Harness and Whips,
Itobcs, Blankets, Wagon Material of all Detcrln
Uons, Spoke, UuIm, FeUoes, and all kind of
HARD WOOD LUMBER
Thimble Skein. Axle and Springs,
u9L. T. JSH3VnfiOI0r'fil
C38 & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Otflee up lalr.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriage
and Buggies on hand or ronle to order.
n. u. funicular attention paid to Bepalr-
Douglas strest, between Tenth and Elcrenth.
IN ALL ITS
rnEPAiniKo done on siiobt notice
AND SATISFACTION ouaiianteed,
CAIinUGE, BUUUT nud WAGON
N. E. CORNElt of Hth and UABNKV 8TS,
Would respectfully announen to tho pjhlic
tint ho is now roady to 011 all contracts in the
shore lines with neatness and dispatch.
, aa.Exprei wagons constantly on hind and
City Meat Market.
' SrrHBljY 33H.OIE
Keep conUautljr on hand
A LARGE SUPPY OF
Baa 33 3B
xi. j. xxaLXTtuxei,
aav xirtooxxtis. str.,
retwecn Pouglas nnd Dode.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON
"iM""117' 0AMB & VE0ETABLE8.
485 Twelfth fSt., bet. Fnrnham nnd
Has ihe best cup of c0m, Chocolate, itc, at
UcJi'l,,r l,n",WI Uo'ooc " night, '
A. B. HUBERMANN & CO.y
3PHAO V X O -A. Xs
S. E. Oor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
JEWELRY & PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Dealers Can Save TIME and FllEIGIIT by
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAVING DONE FllEE OF CILUtGE !
C. ABBOTT fc CO..
No. 188 Farnham Street, Omaha, Neb.
l'ubllsliera" AgcntB for School Rooks used in Nebraskn.
VERY SINGULAR !
FOR SALt I AN ENTIRE SOLID TOWNSHIP
bix mllM square (except the two school sections) of rich fsrniln i.ni ,n , ,
finely located, wllh xaluihle Improvometit. larmtnj land, woll .atorod a
rpropnsatosell this entlro tinttnlilp to one party a noonln nf nnn niin.iu.
ml reugiou, who wish to dwell comp.c'tly loie.Eof ndWcf'Sp a ,?hooT i'nT l$&
or one-fourth of the wholo.um shall haVe been
i.i, .nfr"80! t of ".'?.,ani, ' WMperacre.or Jl.OOlper
raui, and tho hilaneo mi lltiernl r.rn.111 im I !..:. ,",..'.1
J.Vt'.l'i'i l'Vrf 1""cr ,n,"t Par sli- 1.1 IV, per acr... o ,5 . '
other bloek to iiiiriiose of elueitIon. charily and religion. No aal
ii ikuii ur reiinDia nsriies. vim rin m
ToylcT'. Great Und Agency, orerTlrslNitlonft ltaiST.Chn'.h;, Neb
BRADY & MoAUSLAND.
WH0L1'.3ALE AHD EETAIL DEALERS I!f
WHITB TJE1A.1D, COLORS
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Decorators' Materials.
53i.a,yul 535 Fouptoonth St., . - OMAHA.
511 & 513 Thirteenth -Street.
1'UitS, FORTY PER CENT. BE-
XjUW JNiiiW YORK!
, Important to Ladies I now offer mv
large stock of Furs at greatly reduced
prices, including a large and eleeant
stocK oi mmK rurs, manufactured o the
choice and selected skins according to
the latest styles. All our furs are sold
40 per cent, below N. Y. prices, and
guaranteed as represented. Please call and
srr r ypurseu. rur ueaiers ana ury lioods Mer-
piease iook at my
Burlington. Rout Tlmo Tatblo.
EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST.
m.stInfc'l:ouso Safety Brake. Pullaian'g Pnkco Ulnlnir cnra.
Mallow. Atlantic Hz.
Arrive UtirllnKton 6.50 a. m.
do Mendota 11:23 a. u.
do ChUngo 3.20 P. If.
..1:30 r. v.
9.1S P. U
8.33 A. X
wW tm "-" Mi"our, nffi2&&& vJl&
an l-eoria 0 M x. u,
1:30 A. u
M. J. MoKELLIGON,
Importer and Jobber of Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors,
No. 142 Farnham Street, - - - Omaha, Nob
OLD KENTUCKY WHIBKIE8 A BVEOIAhTT
FOB TUB KLDOIUDO
STEPHENS & WILCOX
t DEALEB3 IV
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
Carpets, Notions and Indian Goods,
ROBES AND FURS.
289 Farnham St., - - OMAHA
On the Line of th
Union Pacific Railroad.
A-Iand.Or.nfof 12,000,000 AcrMMh. be.tPARaflHQ and MINERAL Land, of AIc
ESlJf NEHRASKA IN THE (MEAT WATTE VA LI.fi V
THE QABDEN OP THE WEST NOW FOB 8ALE I
irownK nd stock raising un.urpas.c4 by'any In fffifuJua Hliti " a,,""t'". " 'or tril
0HEAPEB IN FB-fctj W-Mtto . ftu
I-IVE and TEN YEARS' credit gl,en"tl Interest at SIX TEIt CENT
""""vuciujJtt3canD07oaTen Teart' Credit.
orlce to all OBEDIT PDB0HABEB3.
A Ucducllon TEN I'EU
PltEE JIOMC8TBAD3 FO
Aim uio jjest Liocntlons for
-- 160 Acres.
id iuAT:i. ., iT ,.r"' !5i,.u,0i '" '"A?
oriui mr ii mar iuomh(i. ti ii ...
.l- T 1 .
Mnuuf u o tu'i-o !
TO DE A3 REPRESENTED.-
a school and church of their
nuirter section : ono fojith
rotea to a town site, ror
nblUAto to iloiMtoerery
il.A M...t... ,.7 ' - - , .. ... tuu njJUin
JfwlW. Till. VSrfSrt. Tax,, ,,,1!! 834W
large stock of furs beforo
Station: Atlantic nt,
Ar. Indlinapolls, 0 20 p. it.
do Cluclnnatl...ll:30 p. u.
do IjOtMllirmrt . . AM. u
B30 A, M
10 00 A.M.
4-20 p. 11.
- r , ....,.
V.20 A. M.
'VINK COMPANV, OAUTOHNIA
J. Pi VTILCOX
Ikad at tot lam
CENT, fon CAS
maps, unhll.lml in p.h.i. .,
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