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mraiMrer. This Is not In-
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faction and as proof of good laitn.
Oub Couxtbt FKiurDS we vlll alwaya be
plrasml to bear from, on all matters connected
with crop, country politics, and on any sub
ject whateTcr of generri interest to the peo
ple of our State. Any information connect
ed with the election, and relatlnz to floods,
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brief aa possible; and they must. In all cases,
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An. AnocxcKsrcirn of candidates for ofSce
whether made by self or friends, and
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Editor, are (until nominations are made)
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Tertisementa. AU communications should be addressed to
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Ob and after October twenty-first, 1872, the
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by Mr. Edwin Daris, to whose order all sub
scriptions not paid at the office will be payable,
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E. E9SEWATEB. Publisher
The value of church property not
taxed In thla country is estimated
at over seven hundred millions. A
large portion of this property is
yielding a profitable income to the
Individual or corporate owners. Is
there any good reason why the peo
ple who pay taxes on their property
shall bear these burdens without
The CentennU'J appropriation
bill is now effectually shelved. It
was recommitted Friday to a Com
mittee, a majority of whom are out
spoken in their hostility to the
measure. The only hope for resur
rection lies in the Senate hero a
new bill with material modifications
jnay posajbly carry; but even there
tho probabilities are against tho
Tbe proposition to establish a de
partment of mining and manufac
tures meets with decided opposition
at the hands of tho "Washington
Chronicle. Can it be possible that
a newspaper published at the Nat
ional Capital would object to an in
orease of the number of officials and
the creation of additional homo
The Arkansas rebelion has cul
minated in another bloody engage
ment between the Baxterites and
Brookesites. Both factions are mak
ing extensive preparations for a
war of extermination, and unless
the National Government shall in
terpose its strong arm between tho
beligerents, Little Rock will, within
the next forty-eight hours,
become the scene of the most horrid
butcheries and pillage. Our tele
graphic advices from "Washington
indicate that tho President has
under advice from the Attorney
General, decided to recognize
Brooks as the legally elected Gov
ernor, and will, if necessary, aid
him in restoring peace. It is hardly
probable, however, that Baxter
would attempt forcible resistanco in
such an event. Although he has
announced his determination
not to yield until the
Legislature shall determine tho
validity of his claims, the prospect
for assembling a quorum of that
body is even now very dubious.
In fact members of the Arkansas
Legislature are not disposed to risk
their necks in a military camp as
long as they can safely remain at
Whatever may bo the upshot of
this disgraceful Arkansas muddle
it is to be hoped that tho National
Government will assert its authori
ty to protect and defend the citizens
of that State against anarchy and
Gen. Logan did a good thing
when he opposed the bill to "aid
geological and other surveys in the
several States." The object of
which was to turn over the work
which has been done by scientific
men who have devoted their lives
to this object, to the army. Let
these two branches of the service
be kept distinct only as far as each
may give aid to the other in the
irogress of the work. Men whose
Ives are devoted to the defense of
the country, are, except in rare in
stances, as in the case of Gen. Al
vord, too busy to give much time to
scientific research. The country
will be with the common sense view
of Gen. Logan in his decision.
The Republican exhibits inexcu
sable Ignorance about the object of
this bill, unless, indeed, its com
mendations of General Logan's
course are intended to cover the
tracks of certain scientific grabbers
upon the public treasury.
The bill In question simply
provides that the geological and
othsr surveys in the Territories shall
. hereafter be conducted partly
or wholly by army officers. Now
-why shall tho Government expend
at sums annually for establishing
the reputation of obscure political
geologists who devote half of their
time to lobbying? "Why shall the
psople of the United States be taxed
for their especial benefit as long as
they have a competent corps of
army officers under pay whose
present chief occupation is billiards,
draw poker or seven-up ?
Why shall these wards of the na
tion lounge in idleness around the
pompous and useless military quar
ters In Washington, .New York and
Chicago, when their time could be
more profitably employed in explor
Jag the mountains and canyons of
Montana, Idaho, Colorado, New
Ifexjoo ot Arizona. Were not the
first explorations and surveys of the
.trans-continental route conducted
by military officers? '"Were not
these explorations fully as accurate,
ia a scientific point of view, as those
made by the volunteer corps of po
Wn nnt th most valuable bo-
tanical mineralogical and Zoologi
cal contributions in the Smithsonian
cabinet collected by army officers?
Are "Went Point graduates less com
petent to handle the chain compass
and barometer than are the gradu
ates of third rate Colleges?
Are the army officers of the pres
ent day to degenerate into mere
horse jockeys and drill-masters?
Twenty years ago it was not con
sidered improper for the navy or
war departments to organize ex
ploring expeditions to the Rocky
Moontains, up the Amazon River
and over the snow-capped Andes of
South America. To-day an explor
ing expedition of American officers
is in the. heart of Palestine en
deavoring to discover the missing
links between ancient and modern
history. And still the Republican
praises General Logan for his stupid
opposition to a measure which would
render life in our regular array
tolerable for an ambitious and ener
getic man even in times of peace.
As it is now there is no opportu
nity for honorable distinction in the
army, excepting in inglorious skir
mishes with treacherous Indian
scalpers on the frontier and bloody
rioters in the South.
Inasmuch as these officers were ed
ucated at the expense of the people,
and are now maintained by public
taxation, why shall the people pay
outsiders for servioes which these
officers are capable, and we have
good reasons to believe, anxious
Chicago claims to bo the battle
ground of latter-day ecclesiastic
opinions and religious controversy.
Mrs. Mary C. Lathrop is another
rising star in the Methodist Episco
pal Church. She recently preached
to a large audience in Baltimore,
The Rev. John Carey, one of tho
oldest ministers of Irish wesleyan
ism, died recently. He was ninety
years of age, and had spent sixty
four in tho ministry-
Indianapolis boasts of a versatile
divinity student who preaches in
English, prays in Armenian, sings
in Turkish, and holds his tongue in
eleven other languages.
Archbishop Manning will proceed
to Rome in June next, on the occa
sion of his being raised to tho dig
nity of a Cardinal,
Miss JIary E. Pinkerton left her
home near Grinnell, Iowa, Friday,
the 17th ult, to join the Zulin Mis
sion in South Africa. She will have
charge of the girl's school in Um
zumbi. The government of Guatemala
has issued a decree prohibiting
priests and clergymen from wearing
the usual tlistjnptivc of long robes,
&c, except when they arp engaged
in tho performance of their sacred
duties, under fine of from $10 to
Tho Methodist Episcopal Mission
ary Society has purchased what was
once the cloisters of the great San
Franciico Convent in the City of
Mexico, Tlieso cloisters, standing
on the slto and possibly forming
part of tho ancient Montezuma Pal
ace, have been converted into the
beautiful Church of the Holy Trini
ty. Tho cost was $16,300.
During Mrs. Van Cott's ministry
in Ames Metaodist Episcopal
church, New Orleans, lately, the
trustees refused to permit colored
people to tho body of the houe.
The galleries were open to them,
but the invidious distinction has
worked trouble in tho host.
Tho Vicar of Richmond, England,
created some excitement in his par
ish by building a high wall in the
churchyard so as to s-eparato the
elect dead from the nonconformist
dead. 'The friends of tho latter ral
lied and tore doVTJl the wall, and
an ecclesiastical court has prohibited
him from rebuilding it. A common
footpath now, as heretofore, divides
the "dissenting" dead from the "es
A sensational ripple has passed
over a Baptist church in Boston,
where, on a recent Sunday morning,
while the services were going on, a
lady left her pew and walked up to
the platform. Tho minister, sup
posing she had tomething to com
municate, advanced to meet her.
She ascended tho steps, and, with
an air worthy of a bishop, laid her
hands on the head of tho astonished
minister and retired.
Tho weather in the Holy Lar.d
has this spring beenunprecedented
ly severe, the various roads to Jeru
salem being blocked with snow.
Notwithstanding this, a vast num
ber of Greek and Armenian pil
grims, besides many English and
American tourists, are now in Jeru
salem. It is said a famine threat
ens the residents of the Holy City,
and Sir Moses Monteiiore, of Lon
don, has been appealed to foraid.
The Cologne Cathedral, upon
which Germany is lavishing so
much of her wealth, is to have the
greatest bell in the world, the jEm
peror William Bell." It weighs
sixty tkousand pounds, is eighteen
feet high, and fourteen wide. The
first molding of the bell proved a
failure, and considerable difficulty
has yet to be overcome in transport
ing the immenso mas.s from Frank
cuthal, where it was cast, to the
top of the tower of tho cathedral.
A newspaper of St. Petersburg,
the Grashdauin, reports the growth
of an interest in Protestantism,
among the upper classes of Russian
society. It says that Lord Rad
stock, who seems to be the apostle
of the movement, is daily invited to I
religious uoniereuces, anu uiai. ins
addresses in the American church
are listened to by crowds of ladies.
The Grashdauin expresses fear lest
the orthodoxy of the ladies and
their children who will be the
aristocracy of the couutry shall bo.
Mgr. Jacobin!, the new Nuncio of
the Pope to the Court of Austria,
has arrived in Vienna. He belongs
to a very poor and obscure family,
his .father having "been a butcher
and the reverse of prosperous in his
business. The humble origin is
made the subject of much comment
in aristocratic circles in Austria.
"The Pope," say the Viennese, "has
quit with the kings. His Holiness
sends us a Jacobin, and to be sure
that he is a thorough one chooses a
butcher's son." They forget Car
dinal Wolsey, who was "born of a
butcher, but by bishops bred,"
GUILTY OB SOT GUILTY!
She stocd at tlis bar of justice,
A. creature wan and wild ,
Iu form too small for a woman,
la feature too old for a child,
For a look so worn and pathetic
Was stamped on her pale young face,
It seemed long years of suffering.
Must h are left that silent trace.
"Your name," slid the Judge, as he eyed her
With klcdly 1-ot, yet keen.
ig" "Mary McGuire, if you please, sir,"
"Aed jeurage!" "lam turned fifteen."
' Well Mary" and then from a paper
lie grarely and s!oly read
"You are charged here I an sorry to say it
With stealing three loarea of bread.
'"You lock not like an offender,
And I hope that you can show
Thetharge to befale. Sow teil me
Are you guilty of this, or no ? "
A passionate burst of 'Weeping
Was at first her sole reply ;
But she dried her tears iu a moment,
And looked in the Judge's eye.
"I will tell you Just how It was, sir
My father and mother are dead,
And my little brothers and sisters
Were hungry ard asked me for bread.
At first I earned It for them
By working bard all day.
Bat somehow the times were hard, sir,
And the work all fell away.
" " I could get no more employment ;
And the weather was bitter cold ;
The young ones cried and shiTered
(Little Johnnie's but four years old)
So what was I to do, sir ?
I am guilty, but do not condemn ;
I toot oh, wan it steal ing ?
Tho bread togira to them."
Kverr man In the court-roosa
Griy-beardand thorghtlefs youth
Knew, as he looktd upoa her,
That the prisoner spke the truth.
Out from their pockets came kerchiefs.
Out from their ejes fpruug tears,
And out from old, fa Jed wallets
Treasures hoarded for year.
Ths Judge's face was a study,
Thestranpe't fou erer uv,
As he cleared his throat aud murmertd
Something about tha law.
For one st learned in such matters,
So wissin dealing with o,en,
He serued, on a simple question,
Sorely puzzled iust theu.
But no one blamed him or wondered.
When at last these words they heard :
" The s enteuce of this young prisoner
I for the present deferreJ.
An 1 no one blamed tim or wondered
When he went to her and smiled,
And ttiiderly led from the court-room,
IHmsef, the "guilty" child.
Cupid kept on his furs and got
around lively in Freeport, 111., dur
ing last month. The score stood 36
hearts that beat as 18.
A Georgia bridegroom who did
not appear In time for his wedding,
was found asleep with fifteen cents
in his pocket, waiting for the infla
tion of the currency.
A Nevada married woman of fifty
recently eloped with a boy of fifteen.
If Nevada has no laws to protect
tho trundle-bed trash of the State
we would advise all parent there
to sell out and leavo. Courier
"When Mrs. Jefferson lay on her
death-bed she said that she could
not die content if she thought her
children would ever have a step
mother; and her husband, holding
her hand, solemnly promised that
he would never many again.
Tho archbishops and bishops of
Lombardy, Italy, have addressed a
protest to King Victor Emanuel,
against the introduction of a law
which makes it absolutely necessary
to celebrate the civil before the re
ligious rite of matrimony.
Ovor in Iowa, where a young
couple were mado one flesh by one
flash, they rather liked. being struck
by lightning in that way. "Use
dispatch," they said to the minister,
and he married them by telegraph.
Uncle Bob Breedlove, aged sev
enty, was married to Aunt Betsy
Phillips, aged sixty-five, in Ken
tucky, the other day. Though
their epidermis is under the cloud
produced by long centuries of too
anient Afrioan sunshine, yet their
love Is as white and pure as that of
two young doves in the back yard.
The Norristown Herald says : A
loving wife in Bridgeport wants a
divorce. She recently found pieces
of ostrich plume in her husband's
beard of an entirely different shade
from that of her own hat. He ex
plained that bjts of ostrich feather
sprinkled on tho beard Is the very
latest stylo In New York, and it is
not his fault that tho shade is differ
ent from her own.
A divorce was recently granted
to a wife in a neighboring State for
the cause that her husband ate,
drank, and slept, as usual under the
same roof with her for six weeks
without once speaking to her all
that time. Tho fellow was glad to
get oft', as ho stated to the Judge
after the case was disposed of, that
lie hadn't a chance during the
whole six weeks to get a word in
They have a novel stj-le of doing
it in New York. now. A fellow
goes into a church fair, buys a $10
'lasket of flowers, hands the maiden
a 550 bill, and remarks: "If you
don't give me the exact change,
I'll marry you." The blushing
maid, ooiibiderablj confused, hands
back $30. He grunts, "I thought
so," and they marry the noxt week.
Dapper heard of this a week ago,
and has ever since been striving
frantically to borrow a $50 bill in
order to try it.
The wedding of Miss Grant and
Mr. Sartoris is to be a real Ameri
can wedding, with groomsmen as
well as bridesmaids. The cere
mony will take place in the East
Room in the evening,and the j'oung
couple will leave the same evening
for New York, to sail for Europe.
Rumor gives the names of six of
the bridesmaids. I believe there
aro to be eight. Miss 'Barnes, Miss
Fish.'Miss Bcale, and MissLowery,
of "Washington, and MissBorie and
Miss Drexel, of Philadelphia, are
The Episcopal Church in Delta,
Michigan, was lively with handsomely-dressed
women going in,
with organ music coming out, and
with all the signs of a wedding.
Mrs. Saunders, of Detroit, who was
on a sort of living trip through the
State in searcli of her missing hus
band, noticed the hymeneal symp
toms and entered. There she saw in
the bridegroom Mr. Saunders, her
husband. She did not scream, nor
weep, nor disturb the ceremony in
any way; but the next day she sued
for a divorce, and Mr. Saunders
went offon his honeymoon tour un
molested. Men who behave with the utmost
bravery in danger are, nevertheless,
horribly nervous when it befalls
them to play a prominent part in
any of the gala shows of life aud
at the last moment they find them
selves overwhelmed at the prospect
of all the form and ceremony which
they will have to go through on the
auspicious day. Not one man in a
thousand wakes on his wedding
morning without a feeling of weight
on bis mind similar in kind, though,
ordinarily we mav hope, less in de
gree, to that which ho would ex
perience were he going to be hung.
By almost even man the show part
of the ceremony is, to say the least,
voted a most dreadful bore, while to
the nervous and retiring tho pro
cess of being trotted out, arrayed In
an unusual dress for that hour of the
day, amid the scrutinizing gaze of
hundreds of critical eyes, while the
victim catches here and there tho
little "quips and pranks" In which
the facetious delight to indulged at
such times, Is slmyly agonizing. It
is a fact that under suoh circum
stances men have, actually been
known to faint or bolt.
Opium is used to an'alarming ex
tent among the schMlchimren at
Detroit has 1,300 more school
children than she had in 1873.
The Louisiana State Agricultural
and Mechanical College is going
into operation in New Orleans.
Vermont has 17,700 personsaltovol
the age of ten years that can neither
read or write, of whom 13,804 are
The university of the south, at
Sewanee, Tennessee, is in good con
dition, having nearly two hundred
students. Coal was recently dis
covered on the university property..
The Roman Catholics of New
Brunswick are moving strongly for
separate schools, and have pre
pared an address to the Queen on
The Russian Government offers
prizes to the amount of $7,500 for
the best three essays on the duties
of cavalry in modern warfare.
Competitors may write in any lan
guage, The Nevada State superintendent
of public instruction is taking "steps
for the better inforcement oftbe
Commencement at Harvard
comes on the 24th of June, ' this
summer. The alumni will dine to
gether in one hall the new Memo
rial hall which they haven't done
for many years, because there has
been no room largo enough to ac
The bill exempting colleges from
taxation has finally passed the
Pennsylvania House of Representa
tives. The Philadelphia Age op
poses this bill on the grounds that
it completely ignores the constitu
tion, and also enacts a statute that
must be pronounced null by the
The West Virginia Superintend
ent of Free Schools proposes to es
tablish six normal institutions in
the State for the improvement, of
its teachers, such improvement, he
intimates, being much needed. The
meetings will all be held In July
with the exception of the first ap
pointed for June.
The students of the University of
Virginia have inaugurated a move
ment looking to the construction of
a gymnasium and bathing estab
lishment on the University grounds.
They estimate the cost at $50,000,
which they will endeavor to secure
by voluntary contributions from the
friends of the institution.
Tho superintendent of the "Wis
consin Blind Asylum, who has bcon
on a visit to Europe, says that care
ful inquiry in British institutions
proves that the number of the blind
who becomo self-suporfing is very
small. A gentleman, himself blind,
is of the opinion that not more than
five per cent, of tho graduates of
English institutions can live by the
practice of anything learned there
in. Scotch institutions give the
same percentage. The fifty-six pu
pils of the "Wisconsin asyjum, some
of whom have been there for several
years, earned only $033.41 last year.
About six months ago, an old
negro woman ot tms town was
seized with a great longing to be
able to read the Scriptures, and
communicated to her friends her in
tention of attending the night-school
for colored people, with a view of
attaining this end. As she was 05
years old, and did not know a letter
of the alphabet, the idea was re
garded as an evidence of approach
ing imbecility, and she was laughed
to scorn by all those who knew her.
But this did not deter her from her
purpose. She went to school, and
now, strange, but true, is able to
read the Bible with the utmost ease
and accuracy. Shelby (Kentucky)
The Faculty of the University of
Michigan, at Ann Arbor, have sus
pended and .sent home eighty-one
members of the Sophomore and
Freshmen classes, on account of in
subordination. Thus terminates
another of the annual conflicts over
the time-honored custom of "Haz
ing." "We aro not sure the faculty
haved erred i dealing thus vigor
ously with these elghty-ono re
bellious young ideas, but from the
initiation of these yearly quar
rels between faculty and stu
dents the conviction has been
strong with us that a considera
ble number of the faculty could be
given a furlough with the recal
citrant students with decided ad
vantage to the institution. To make
it more binding and enhance the
advantage, It would only be neces
sary to make the leave of absence
of tho impraoticals of the faculty
perpetual. Good strong sense in
fused into the management of the
University would then keep it mov
ing upon a peaceful and satisfactory
Tho Rev. Mr. Talmage says that
in the fashionable religious phrase
ology of tho day hell has beest spo
ken of as "the great elsewhere."
"Why not "the great hellswear?"
An old clergyman, spying a boy
creeping througli a fence, exclaim
ed: "What! crawling through a
fence! Pigs do that." "Yes," re
torted the boy, "and old hogs go
along the street."
The San Francisco sea captain
who traded the ship's Bible for thir
teen plugs of tobacco is spoken of
very severely by the religious press
of that city.
A Presbyterian elder, weighing
20S, and an "ironside Baptist,"
eighty-three years old, rode a horse
back race lately at Salem, Va.
Henry Ward Beecher being asked
to give his opinion in full whether
it is right to sell a bed-quilt at a
church fair by lotterv, renlies :
"Opinion in full, No."
That wicked paragrapliist in the
Boston -Post saiil it : "San Francis
co has a first-class murder every
Sunday. They seem to prefer them
to long sermons."
A German Jew wits eating a pork
chop in a thunder-storm. On hear
ing an unusually loud clap, ho laid
down his knife and fork and ol
served: "Veil, did any poty efer
hear such a fuss apout a little biece
At an examination of some girls
for the right of "confirmation, in
answer to the question, "What is
the outward visible sign or form in
baptism?" one of them replied,
"The baby, sir."
The other night a weak-eyed
youth was sitting in Ames church,
wholly forgetful of his surround
ings, and lost In beatific contempla
tion of a certain young woman.
touching whom he cherished
violent designs, when suddenly a
hand was laid upon his shoulder,
and a deep contralto voice thun
dered In his ear: "Young man,
you look as. If you "wanted to go to
Jesus ! Won't you eome to Jeus?"
Whereupon he was struck all of a
heap, as it were, and stammered :
"I would I want that is, I should
like to go, you know, but not this
evening, thank you; I have an engagement."
Iowa has a case of heresy. Rev.
W. E. Ijams, of Iowa City, is accused
by a Presbyterian organ, the Occi
dent, of being unsound on original
sin, infant damnation, and other
essential doctrines, and Brother
Ijams is diligently engaged in set
ting himself right through the
A German saloon-keeper in Mil
lersburg says : Ven I goes to mine
bet I sleeps not goot. I dreams in
mine head dat I hears dem vimens
brayin' and singing in my ears dot
4 Jesus love3 me. Dot botherslne, so
I get right straight up and valk on
'the floor and take anudder glass of
( A Baptist clergyman relates as
.iris early experience that he engaged
to preach for a society for 5o0 a year.
Upon a settlement at the end of the
year he found that the committee
had an item of $20 charged to him
'for the use of the pulpit to practice
in. One of the deacons, however,
by way of sympathy for the paster,
presented him a pair of boot-tops.
The strangest description of hell
is that of Heinrich Heine. "Hell,"
he says, "appeared to me like a
great town kitchen with an endless
long stove, on whicli were placed
three rows of iron pots, and in these
sat the damned and were cooked.
In the third row sat the heathen
who, like the Jews, could take no
part in salvation, and must burn
forever. I heard one of tho latter,
as a square-built, burly devil put
fresh coals under his kettle, cry out
from his pot : "Spare me ! I was
once Socrates, the wisest of mortals.
I taught truth and justice, and sac
rificed my life for virtue.' But tho
clumsy, stupid devil went on with
his work and grumbled, 'Oh, shut
up there ! All heathen must burn,
and we can't make an oxception for
the sake of a single man."
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-MA'PACTURKR OP AND DEALKB IH-
Lambrequlus and Window Shades,
CHR0M0S, EXGBAYIXHS AND
270 Farnham street, corner Fifteenth
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
234 XA,xx3Llxaxn. St.,
Bet. 13th and 11th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use of lil
trous Oxide Uoa.
TOffico open atall hour e5tf
J C IiXiS,
CARPENTER AND BU.LDER,
233 FAENHAM STREET.
Save Your Paper Rags
Patronize Home Industry
II. BERT1IOLD. 164 and ICG Pondsji Itm
between 10th and lllli, north side, nuking a
rsngeincnts to build a '
PAPS M ILL IN OXAtlA,
Desires to purchase several huulm! tnnn
ran oi all Einus at tastern prices,
STODUARD fc UL'RLBUT,
Market Gardners !
LL KINDS OF
Orders addressed to ui
J plants, for sale.
at our garden
Cor. 21st and Paul Streets,
Will recel re prompt attention. apl5d3m
CARRIAGE, BUGGY sad WAGON
S. E. CORNER of Ufa and HAKNEV STS,
WOULD respectfully announce to the .pub
lic that he Is now ready to fill all con
tracts in the aboTe lines with neatnes and
orCjTExpress wagons constantly on hand and
JE. F. COOK,
537 14th BU bitwtea Donglu and Bod
Manufacturer ot Tin, Copper and'Sbeet Iron
Wre, and dealer In
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Ware on
hand. Tin Boofing, Gutters and Spontlngand
JobWork do tnd warrejaantd. ttbAl
CHAS. E. SUWDBLAD,
XSSVTACtVRZK ASD DEALER IX
484 13th St. let. FaxabuaTatd HaiEer.
Nos. 187, 189 and 191 Farnham Street.
TUTWAHE and THTXTEB.S' STOCK.
CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES,
All of Which Will be Sold at ranufaclurers, Prices, With Freight adde
j a TTTO"RXs"P
NEBRASKA SHIFT MANUFACTORY
SHIRTS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C &0.
jyShirts ofall kinds made to order. Satisfation guarranteed.-a
apr llyU od
:e .a. s t.
3 TEAINS DAILY !
LKAVK ST. LOUIS 1V1TU
Pullman Fatace Cars
THB0DGH WITHOUT CHAEGS
Arrival of TraJcs from tha West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
J-AvlvUlJ 3 Company's Office,
M. K. corner Foartb 4k. Chestnut !.,
SI. Louin, and at the Principal Rail
way unices In tho West.
CIIAS. BABCOCK, a E. BUSSELL,
S'thern Ias. Aa't, Wcst'n Pass. Ag't
Dallas. Texas. Kansas Citt.
L JOHN E. SIMPSON. CIIAS. E. FOLLETT.
Ocn'ISupt., Gen'l Pass. Ag't,
a29tt Isbianapolis. St. Locis.
Established in 1851.
The Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.,
Business transacted same as that
of an Incorporated Bank.
Acconnts kept in Currency or Gold
subject to sight check without ho
Certificates of Deposit Issued pay
able on demand, or at lixed date
bearing Interest at six percent, per
annum, and available in in all part)
of the country.
Advances made to enstomers on
approved securities at market rates
Buy and sell Gold, Dills of Ex
change, Government, State, County,
and City Bonds.
We give special attention to nego
tiating Railroad and other Corpo
rate Loans Issued within theStato.
Draw Sight Drafts on England,
Ireland, Scotland, and all parts of
Sell-European Passage Tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADS.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
K.W.COB. FAKNHAU A 13TB 8T8.
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000.'
Deposit as email u one collar rccetrrd and
Conponcd Interest allowed on aame. r
Certificates of Deposits'
Tbe vtole or any part ot a deposit altsr-yg-malnlng
In thl Beck three months. wlU draw
Interest from date of deposit to tlBof pay
meet. The who.e or any part of s iVssyinlt caa
drawn at ist ntasr. ' uss.-ti
and HEATING STOVES,
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OB LEAD TENCILS:
Gold Medal of Progress, Vicnua,
First Premium Cincinnati! Indus
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium Brooklyn indus
trial Exposition, IS 73.
For camples or Information address tlio
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Clecveland, s't
JERSEY CITY, N J.
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.B., should take the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
' RAILROAD !
And s ture for thnnTlT-. lh rhoiee ol Six
Popular Boutes (ruin
Atchisoti to Chicago and St. Louis,
All making BclUble Connections and being
Equipped with Fakes Day and Sleeping Cart.
All delar and inconvenience arriving from
Ferries and trausfers can ho avoided West of
Chicago and St. Louis ly securing Ticket? via
ATCHISO.V and the ATCaliSUX dc
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. B. B. for the
Great Arkansas Valley & Colorado,
And with all line running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Asi for Tickets via
LINCOLN & ATCHISON
W. F. WHITE
tJen'l Pass. Ag't.
a Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for the
Columbus, - ITeb.
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold!
ImnroTed Farms and Town Eols for
;ON LONG TIME!!
J&"A1I Communications Cheer
A. B. HUBERMANN 6c CO.,
S. E. Cor. 13tli & Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS.
JEWELRY AND PL AT ED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE OS RETAIL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB3 IS
WHITE LEAD, OOLOBS
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Decorators' Materials.
S C. Assort
S. C. ABBOTT Si, CO.,
No. 188 Farnham
Publishers' Agents for School Books Hstd hi Xohrnsko.
On toe Line of th
Union Pacific Railroad
A laid Grant of 12,000,000 Acres of tae beat
1,000,000 ACRES IX XEBRASKA
THE GABDEH OF THE
These landj are In the central portion ot the
Ituile, the central line ol the great Temperate Zone of the American Cintiuent, anil for KH4H '
rowing and stock raising unsurpassed by any In the United States. t
CHEAPER IH PRICE, mire fkrorable terms
FIVE and TEX YEARS credit gin with interest at SIX I'EE CENT
G0L0NIST3 nnd ACTUAL SETDIEB3caa boy oa Tea Tears' Credit. Lands at tbe saa
tirlce to all CREDIT PUB0HA3EBB.
A Deduction TEN I'EU CENT. FOU CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
And tho Ecst Locations
Froo Fntstsaoa to 3Exurolitriox
Send for now DesrrlptiTe Pamphlet, with new maps, published In English, Gtrmin, 3 weed
and Uanls'i, mailed Iree everywhere. Address T TE. fS , , 'X7"Tf
ulrttdtwt! Land Commissioner U. r. K-U-Co. Umaha. Neb.
WM. M. FOSTER.
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, &C.
Plaster Paris, Hair, Dry and Tarred Felt.
Sole Agents for Hear Creek
OFFICE AND YAM,: I
On U. P. Track, bet Farnham and Doujlas Sts.
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
OILS AXTD WINDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIG-HT OIL
OMAHA z -NEBRASKA
FAIRLIE & MONELL,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
Masonic, Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias
LODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS, BOOKS, BLANKS, ETC., AT
fi-EASTERX PRICES AND EXPRESS.-a
282Xouclas Stroot, OTVT A TTA. KTBB;
-AND DEALER IK
- ' 5
w 1 i
v iiiiW JB-rr''rz - ss.
For Y:ds Lawns, Cea:tarle, Ckarefc Qx$mi aiaPubl'c Parts.
Snop.and O&re: 1
13th St bet
j grn in ifi iiriv aamaji j
Save TIME and FREIGHT by
Ordering of Us.
FREE OF CHARGE
TO BE AS REPRESENTED.-
St., - Omaha.
Street. Omaha, Neb '
FARMING and MINERAL Landj of Am!c-
IN THE GREAT PL.V1TE YALLEt
WEST HOW FOB SALE t
United States, on tbe Hat Jcrreo ot Noith Lat
srirea. tad mora oonanlat to market than ca
for Colonies !
Lime and LonlsvUIot'emcut
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