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tBIMAL PIPES OF THE CITY.
Wb JM M fsatra any eostrlbutlona whateTtr
a MtaMrrar pottles! caancUr; and we
alB ft aaiartTvt pnMrraorto return
tiBM,liircui hUTer. Oar Stall
ti faaIwVr '"T """ uPP1Tur
, in thst direction.
XAarzovWam, In fall, mast In each
aa4TarreaM aeeoMpaay any commumea
Msaaf watf attar aoaTer. This h notln-
I Jar publication, but (or our owi salla
i aa aa proof of good faith.
; Oammr Famiw va will always he
fiaaaat U aaar from, en all matters connected .
wither, eaantrj politlca, and on any reb
jatwhatTrof general Interest to the peo
fleef ami State. Any lnformatloa connect
ed with the election, and relating to floods,
eaUeata-etcvlUU gladly retired. All
aaaa wmlntlnni. howarex, mast be
krief aBalbl; and they most. In all cases,
a wrltteB aaaa oa aide of the sheet ca.
AU. Anavaeaatsxn of caadidatea for efice
by self or friends, and
or eonuaunlcatlons to the
are (natii noainations are made)
atataly aarsoasJ, and will be charsed aa ad
tllaaaamalra tloannnnH be addressed to
B. aOWWATKB, Editor and Publisher, Drsw-
a aaa after Octeber twenty-first, 1872, the
My etreaUUoa of the Dailt Bui Is assumed
ky Mr. laa-la Darts, te whose order all sub
aartBiieaa net paid at the office will be payablr.
astdYy wheat all rscelpU lor subscriptions will
B. B13EWATKB. PuUUher
Now that tho Arkansas war Is
over, President Grant will have
time to attend to tlio foreshadowed
reconstruction of bis cabinet.
Nebraska is represented at tho
National Prison Convention by Mr.
William Woodhurst, tho warden of
of the State penitentiary.
A bpbcial dispatch from Des
lfotaes to the Council Blufts JVon
pareil announces that Judge Dillon
would announce the decision in the
Union Pacific mandamus suit to-
It b announced by a special cor
respondent of the Ht Louis Globe
that General Sherman will make
St. Look his homo after tho first of
Job and will also establish army
headquarters there. This change
may also be followed by a radical
reconstruction in tho various mili
Compulsory education will now
rooaivw a fair tost in the State of
New York. Tho now law compels
parents and guardians of children
between the ages of eight and fif
teen years to give them in a school
or at home at least fourteen weeks
Tegular .Instruction every year in
reading, writing, arithmetic, Eng
lish grammcr and geography. It
prohibits the employment of chil
dren within the ages named at any
labor during the tinio when the dis
trict schools are opened, and school
ofltoera are given authority to see
that it is enforced.
THE free banking bill has passed
the United States Senate with sev
eral important amendments, which
will, however, doubtless be prompt
ly ratified by the House. It now
remains to be seen whether Presi
dent Grant will again succomb to
the pressure from the contraction
ists, and defeat this important
measure with another veto. Al
though the full text of the bill as
fttmd has not yet reached us, wo
iBwllae to the opinion that it prom
besthe most practical solution to
the currency problem that could be
devised. At any rate it is far su.
perior to the duplex contraction ex
paiott bill vetoed by the President.
FaoPLB who ridiculed and de
Menaced the famous Rosowater
Medical Bill, which sought to purge
Nebraska of quacks and abortion
Ms, may be surprised to learn that
a MIT to compel persons practicing
nedioise in the State of New York
to obtain a license from county
saedieal ocIetlos, under certain
penalties, has just been approved
by Governor Dlx. The New lork
Bmdd commends this law as ab
eohrtely necessary to protect society
from medical charlatans. Under
the provisions of this bill no license
flan be granted without tho produc
tion of e diploma from some recog
ajced school of moriicine.
A WML WITH Tfflf IDTJS
As the typleal ronresenfatlvo of
industry the Bee has In tho past up
held, and will in the future advocate
every measure that may, In Its
Judgment, tend to ameliorate and
fejfkove the condition of tho ludus-
From thfa course it cannot be
dfirea by the misrepresentations ef
dwaigning rivals, nor the clamor of
unprincipled demagogues. Owing
allegiance to no rings or cliques,
and dependent upon no monopoly
tat Its existence, the Bee never has
and never will toady to wealth,
power at station ; nor Mill it ever
vreader its honest convictions
tonrhleg the truo interests of the
beistrial classes for tho purposes of
earrylag fsvor with them during
some temporary excitement
Although the lies, has taken no
very active part in the movement
ow la progress throughout the
west for the relief of the industrial
i It has by no means been au
On the contrary it has closely
inea tne TmnciDios and Imin
advocated by the various organiza-
having for their object the
i of the industrial elates
1st apposition to monopolies.
We admit at thejouUot that or-
and concentration are
itlelJbr the successful aooom.
it of any great object. If
weimderstaud the object of these
ergaaUttioBS it is to keep monop-
la check and. liYaiilpiii cor-
in public places.
doctrines are proclaimed as
terser stones of the Grange and
the co-operative Unions. Taking
it for granted tbat the masses who
have become attached to these soci
eties are honestly and sincerely
aiming to do away with monopo
lies, public plunderers and corrup
tionistSjiTis decidedly mortifying
to find that the men who have al
ways been the pliant tools of cor
porate wealth, and men whose pub
lic record is covered with the most
shameless corruption have gained
admission into the organization,
and in many Instances assuming
leadership therein. Political hacks,
whose beastly debaucheries and
unblushing corruptions have
destroyed their usefulness in
any political organization, may now
be found preaching the gospel of
reform to Grangers and working-
men. Men who have for years
been a stench in the nostrils of hon
est citizens, are now the most zeal
ous laborers in the cause.
These oily tongued spiders are skil
fully weaving a net around honest
and inexperienced farmers and me
chanics for the purpose of carrying
out some selfish end. "Would any
respectable workingman hire a
prostitute to teach morality to his
children? Why then will they
employ political prostitutes to in
struct them in the lessons of politi-'
Why trust the loud and cheap
professions of eloquent political
bummers and blatherskites whoso
public record shows that they have
never failed to betray tho popular
trust at every opportunity? Moro
honesty and less eloquence should
be the watchword of tho industrial
And now it has been ascertained
that Robert Fulton was after all not
entitled to tho first invention of the
steam boat. In an interesting pa
per read read before the historical
society of Rhode Island last week
Mr. William A. Mowry, of Provi
dence, answers the question.
"Who invented the firstj American
steamboat, and when and where
was Its first trip made?" Mr.
Mowry showed that Robert Ful
ton was not the pioneer
in steamboat' building, but
that about 1790, Captain Samuel
Morely, of Hebron, X. H., construc
ted a rude vessel propelled by steam,
and made a successful trial trip on
tho Connecticut river, be
tween Oxford, l?f H., and
Fairlee, VL Captain Morely
came to New York with a model of
his boat, and it is claimed by tho
lecturer that ho had interviews with
Fulton and Livingstone, and that
Fulton, aided by woalth and influ
ence, built a steamboat on tho prin
ciple of Moroly's.
An Akron, Ohio, manhashadhis
wife jailed for two weeks for hitting
him on the head while ho was say
ing his prayers.
Baxter and Brooks, the Arkansas
maulers,are iew-holders in the same
Methodist Church in .Little Rock.
Then why should thoy hold rival
The nearest approach to keeping
the Sabbath ever known in San
Jose, Cal., has been made in the es
tablishment of a Sunday sporting
' A Kansas book agent says he can
sell ten dime novels to one work on
religion, and he looks for earth
quakes and hurricanes to visit that
Harrlsburg, Pa., objects to praying
bands on the ground that its water
Isn't fit to drink.
It costs $5 to swear in tho open
air at Marion, O., and the tax rate
is very small there in consequence.
Tho Rev. Jacob Pooler, of Leban
on, Illinois, was last week sentenced
to three j-ears In tho penitentiari' at
Jolict. Tho divine has a peculiar
atTection for hordes belonging to
his moro fortunate parishioners
which may get him into trouble
A Nashville man advertised for
"a Christian man who knows how
to run a boiler." Doesn't wish to
suffer tho pangs of regret that he
was tho cause of sending a fellow
sjnuer to, etc., when the papers give
an account of the next "terrible
at Galena, 111., on his way to school,
noticed that the first boat of the
season had arrived, and feared lie
would only liavo a small attend
ance. Ho found a crowd and
praised them for being there in
spite of the boat'j arrival. In two
minutes every scholar was at tho
river. They had not heard of it
It is unjvijrtaljy gojjceded by gen
tlemen of nfarine research that
Jonah was the worst whaled man
A Thrilling Speech.
Tho following Is a literal report of
a speech deliered in Bowling (jreen,
Ky., by a candidate for tho office of
Fklijow-Citizkxs Where are
my opponents? Why, gentlemen,
there are nowhere. I feel myself
as much above my opponent as a
possum in a persimmon tree does
above tho ground ho orny on. I
call on you in tho naino of tho shaggy-headed
lion which whipped the
American eagle; I call on you in
the name of tho peacock of liberty,
which Hewed over the Rocky Moun
tains to come to my rescue. Come
on Monday next, and promote Dick
to the otlloo to which, he lwrspires.
When yon shall havo been dead,
and tho green briers shall havo en
twined themselves around your
graves, then will your sons come to
me and say, Dick, some years ago
our fathers voted for you for tho of
fice of jailorship of Warren County ;
then will I say, Roll on, thou silver
moon, I will be with theo till the
last day in the evening.
Voting by Telegraph.
The German Reichstag Is hews
after going to do its voting by tele
graph. Tho wires are "so arranged
that each member can Indicate his
vote from his seat. In front of the
seat arc two buttons, one indicating
yes, tho other no, A pressure on
the button telegraphs tho votp to a
circular table In front of tho Presi
dent's desk, upon which the names
of all the members are written down,
so that Immediately after pressing
the button each member can see a
piece of paper appear under his name
with his yes or no on It.
Written for the Omaha Bee.
ONTHEELKHORN MAY, 1870.
BY FAEKE CODWIX.
Down on the bank of tthe tItZt, stroking a
beard that was straggling,
Face full of wrinkles and hard lines, tales of
a life t pent not easy
Each a corrugation, a pbantom of a blighted,
long nurtured hoping.
Sat an old man about eighty, musing, per
chance, ou his leck'ning.
Byhissidehiseranddaughtrr a sweet peach
alone on the heather
Twisting kprays ot strange grasses into a
vip quaint and fanciful;
wthinethe slow ebblnz waters, and idle
weeds borne on the current
Anon with a hanafull of pebbles rippling the
stream's pictured surface.
"Grand-danghter.OTer the hillside I hi ar a voice
mat seems caning i
Just list, the echoes away, how weird and
They seem in the sky depths of gold, and pur
ple, and bluish, and crimson.
To hang on the peats of bright light and faint
ly call through thejgloainlng ! "
O'er the hill's rising palisade through the blue
mist ! the twilight
Thrsugh the gray cloujs of the ocean, like a
vMllh tntnidair til ffmrv
Takes him again to the spot where he loTed
first, and won, and there lost her
lost who? a sweet Andalusienne type of the
fair girl beside him.
Beside his old loved GuadalquiTer he hears
the low bum of the vespers !
lie entersagain the cathedral, recalls theadored
As on the day of departing he standj in tne
His he .d sinks low on his bosom, he telleth his
worn precious rosary.
Taking his granddaughter's hand he presses the
treasure within it,
Crunching her dimpled fingers, she starts with
n ctv nt rnnnff anirti th !
"Grandpa, the night is upon us, and you have
not gatLcred one flower ! "
a .. ,
The words are lost in the sombre spectres that
float on the nightfall.
Sun had gone, stars returned, shadows had
melted to deep Indistinctness
Birds liad flown, crickets hushoJ, the river
lipp'd at the bank-hugging flowerets ;
Beit of the last line to mother, her young
heart broke with the frenzy.
She sank to the earth on the tendrils and buds
like herself just a-bursling.
Here they found them starkly a-lying he
with a picture, she? the rosary.
Half hid in the cresses they found her, the
spring dew like tears on her eyelids ;
The birds mia'd her call and the river mur-
niur'd a chant in its drifting
& & ft ft
When quietude comes with the twilight, they
hear her spirit voice on the waters I
An "elopement" is chronicled at
Moscow, Ky., in which the young
lady was accompanied by her
Mrs. Collins, youngest daughter
of Charles Dickens, and widow of
Charles Collins, is about to be mar
ried again to Mr. Perugini.
A Boston girl, whose "name is
Georgia Holbrook, is soon to be
married to a Swedish nobleman,
and go to Sweden for tho wedding
A woman in Indiana claims a
divorce on the ground that her hus
band's mother beats hor, and her
husband is afraid to interfere.
A Mississippi man has recovered
$25,000 from tho Southern Railroad
for killing his wife, and is preparing
to invest in another matrimonial
speculation. He says it beats cot
ton planting all hollow.
A bookbinder said to his wife at
the wedding, "It seems that we are
bound together, two volumes in one
with clasps." "Yes," obseryeed one
of the guests, "one side highly
ornamented, Turkey morocco, and
and the other plain calf.
She lives in Douglas county, Ore
gon, has been married eight times,
has eight living husbands, and re
sides with one of them. Her daugh
ter, aged twenty-three, with ener
getic emulation, has disposed of
Miss Fitzgibbons Is for encoura
ging home industry. Some men,
she says, always talking about pa
tronizing their own town, yet they
go abroad to get married, while we
all stand waiting.
The marriage of "Mr. Gosling,"
we notice in a St. Louis paper, sug
gests the thought that perhaps his
littlo goose is cooked.
Mr. Gail has asked the Mississip
pi Legislature to change his name,
as he has married a MLssBreeze,and
is afraid of squalls.
A young lady at Cairo played a
game of euchre with a young man
to see if she should marry him. She
won, of course.
In Switzerland there is a law
which compels every newly mar
ried couple to plant six trees imme
diately after the ceremony, and two
on the birth of every child.
The Cincinnati Enquirer of Fri
day announces a local event thus:
"Mr. Charles Grace and Mjss Har
riet Boyce were matrlmouled yester
day by Rev. Samuel Evans, all of
Circleville, Pickaway county, Ohio.
Their mothers do not know they
A singular breach of promise suit
has been brought by George T. But
ler, of Sandisfield, against Mrs.
Susan B. Richards, of Newton, for
merly Miss Chad wick, of Lenox.
He claims that his feelings have
been lacerated to the extent of $10.
Bertha Steinfield, a black-eyed,
well-formed Hobrow, was before
Judge Neilson in Brooklvn, May 6,
to complain for the third time in
court against Herman Levy for
breach of proniNe, for which she
demands $15,000. Two juries have
allowed her $7,000, and tho third
trial is on tho motion of the de
fendant's counsel,ex-Judge Cailoza.
A young woman recently married
at Walla Walla against her father's
consent. The old codger then had
her arrested for bigamy, saying that
she had a husband in Nevada,
named Smith. The brido got over
the difficulty by testifying that she
was never married to Smith, but
only lived with him In a casual way,
and went oiV triumphantly wjthher
A Washington corresnondnnt
gives a pretty description of tho
dress worn at MKs Stewart's wed
diugbyMiss Daisy, the beautiful
aaugiiter of the late Lieutenant
Derby ("John Phoenix"). The un-der-skirt
was white silk. Falling
ovpr it in studied carelessness were
puffs and folds of tullo. spnnglod
with daisios. Long wreaths of them
ieu liKe a sasn Uown to tho very
hem of tho train, and a garland of
them, a veritable daisy chain, hung
around her neck, and a little loose
cluster ornamented her pretty
graceful head. '
With the spring, the fancy of a
young Ohio lad, studying at Berea
College, in Kentuoky, lightly turned
to thoughts of love, and settled
upon a young mulatto girl, In the
same institution, as the object of Its
earnest devotion. Romantically in
clined, as boys of nineteen and girls
of seventeen mostly are, they deter
mined upon an elopement, and
started for Louisville In search of a
minister to tio the knot.
Not havinrr been married
very often, they were a little igno
rant as the modu operandi. They
hadn't any license, they hadn't any
money to pay Ule parson, and they
had no plans for the future. But
fortunately for all concerned, while
they were hesitating at the Louis
ville station as tq the next step in
tho hymenial programme, the'relai
lives of the girl arrived, and tho In
fants were sent to their respective
family nurseries. It Is a touching
tale of the rough course of true lovo,
and the first of the season.
There are over three thousand
children attending Catholic schools
Miss Hodgdon, female candidate
for superintendent of public schools,
was defeated by the people of Stock
ton at the city election on Monday
The Cb.ica.go school teacher, who
asked to have his salary "razed"
was promptly accommodated.
Four young ladies in Benton
county, Missouri, in tho pressure of
the money market and the lack of
school funds, have volunteered to
teach for a term free of charge.
A Norwich school boy and a girl
with whom he had been made to sit
as a punishment, during a recita
tion in history, the other day, sign
ed the following petition and pre
sented it to the teacher: "We, the
undersigned, request that the his
tory lessons, hereafter, be consider
An Ida county, Iowa, school dis
trict has a curious contest, ine
school boards are operating two
schools with two sets of teachers in
the same room. The children are
sent to school with instructions
which teacher to recite to, and fre
quently tho parents go with them
to see that thoir wishes are carried
Arrangements will be made at tho
new college at Colorado Springs, as
soon as practicable, to give the
Spanish speaking youths of the ter
ritory good .English, educations.
Won't this in time work a fraud on
candidates for interpreters in the
Colorado Legislature, and for trans
lators of the laws ? -
The girls of a California seminary
lately developed a singular fancy
for using three one-cent stamps, in
stead of the regular kind, upon
their envelopes. The letters were,
so plain and matter-of-fact, and the
attempts at evading surveillance in
the old-fashioned way grew so
scarce, that one inspecting teacher
investigated this whim. And lo !
the cuuning creatures had taken to
writing tender emotional littlo
epistles to their lovers under the
A sort of Baxter-Brooks contro
versy is waged in a Waterford, Con
necticut, school district. The school
committee is divided against itself,
one member having hired a female,
and another, a male teacher, for tho
school. The latter succeeded in
gaining possession of the house, but
the young lady gained entrance on
the pretense of "visiting" tho
school, and then a pretty strugglo
commenced for the mastery, which
is unsettled yet It must be edify
ing to the pupils.
The three prizes in tho depart
ment of municipal law announced
Saturday at the commencement of
Columbia college law school were
all taken by Yale graduates, the
first, of $250, by Howard Mansfield,
of New Haven, f the class of 1S71.
The second, of $240, by J. W. An
drews, Jr., of Columbus, Ohio ; and
the third, of $100, by Henry B.
Mason, of Chicago, the two last of
the class of 1SS0. The graduating
class numbered 1S7, of whom about
twenty were Yale graduates.
Dr. Eddy, of Jersey City, will
organize a free church.
Tho Golden Age believes
femalo cheap labor in the pulpit
A new Mormon temple is being
built at St George, Brighani's win
Tho Maine Sunday-school Con
vention will beheld at Bangor, May
19 and 20.
Santa Fo, New Mexico, is to be
raised to an archispiscopate.
Mar Ignatius, the spiritual head
of the old Tyrian Church and one
of the several persons who claim to
to bo the Patriarch of Antioch, is
about to visit England.
The population of New Zealand is
about 300,000 souls. Of these near
ly half aro English, tho other half
bping niado u of Scotch, Irish and
foreigners. Nearly a third of the
population are Catholics, and the
rest are Protestants of different de
nominations. " Tho annual conference of the Af
rican Methodist Episcopal Church
for California, wil assemble in Sac
ramento on thel"th ot May. Bish
op Wayman will preside. His
bishopric extends over the States of
Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas,
A large number of the exiled Ger
man Jesuits uro said to have taken
refugoln Turkoj'. English papers
say that the Austrian steamers from
Trieste "aro carrying crowds of
clericals from both Prussia and Aus
tria to the Levant"
Father Boehm, of the Methodist
Church, is now residing with his
daughter, Mrs.Emley, at Lafayette,
Jersey City. On June 8th prox., he
will bo 90 years old. He had been
ill, and had nearly gone home this
winter. His devoted daughter
watched with him night and day.
He was able to speak at tho Mis
sionary Anniversary of Hedding
Church two weeks ago.
The Sisters of Charity of "N'nrii,
America are holdinir their fiftli
quinquennial convocation. On Sun
day it began at St Joseph's Con
vent, near Emmettsville, in Freder
ick county, Md. Some three hun
dred and fifty Sisters, comprising
superioresses of asylums, hospitals
ami othqr jnstjtutions at San f'ran
cisoo, Boston, Buflalo and other
citjos, and representing with but
few exceptions every American
diocese, wore picscut at tho Inaug
The first annual meeting of tho
Second General Synod of the Re
formed Episcopal Church was held
in New York City during the pres-
Tho trial of Prof. Swinfffor here
sy Is alwut over. Tho outride sym
pathy is all with the accused, hut
Prof. Patton In his summing up is
conceded to have made some good
points showing a departure from
Calvinistic dogmas. It remains to
be seen whether the court will rec
ognize any elasticity in Presbyteri
Etmtinj a Gold Mine.
Tho Vallejo Indeoendcnt snvo-
"A short time ago Smith & Burr
sold a chicken to a customer. A
day or two ago the customer returned
and was very anxious to learn from
whom tho dealers had purchased tho
chicken. At first he declined to tell
why ho wished to know, butfinallv
said that he had found pieces of
coarse gold in the chicken's crop,
and was satisfied that there was
plenty of it where the chicken came
from. The chicken was traced to a
man and his wife who brought down
a lot from Lake county, and the
gold-hunter stnrtcd oft" iu quest of
the chicken raisers. He is going
to scour the country until ho finds
them, and then he expects to .find
gold lying around loose on the
ground, and iu great abundance.
J. II. MILLARD,
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Streets.
OMAHA, - - NEBRASKA.
Capl tal -....
Surplus and Profits
AGESTSFOIt THE UNITED
AND DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY FOR
THIS BANK DEALS
in Exeliange, Got eminent Bonds, Vouchers,
And s-lls draits and makes collections on all
arts of Europe.
CSTPrafts drawn payable in gold or curren
cy "ii theBanVof California, San Francico.
The First National Bank
OF --rvr a-
Corner ot Farham and I3th Ktrcet.
THE OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
(Successors to Kountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organized as a National Bank, August 26, 1863
Capital and Profits orcr - $250,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
Vice Pros' t
II. W. YATES,
a. J. I'OPI'Leton, Attorney.
'Pickets for sale to all parts
J- of Europe via tho Cunard and Katiunal
Steamship Lines, and the Hamburg-American
,Facket Company. jy27tt .
CLiBE & FRENCH.
v And dealeriju
DRIED FRUITS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
OLICITED AND FBOUPTLY PILLED
AMD CATTXK BUOKEU,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH.
-MAFACTCBER op Aj,D DEALKB IX-
Lainbrrrnilns and Window Shades,
CHBOMOS, ENGRAVINGS AND
270 Farnhain street, corner Fifteenth
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
234 JEAxnxls.a.xn. St.
Hot. 13tu and 11th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use ol HI-
trous Oxide Uas.
"Office open atall hour e5tl
CAR FENTE AND BU.LDEB,
23fl FARNIIAM STREET.
STODDARD & II I'll L HUT,
Market Gardners !
ALL KIKD3 OF VEGETABLES AND
plants, for gale. Orders addrekcd to us
at cur garden
Cor. 21st and Paul Streets,
Will receive prompt attention. apl5J3m
D. COOKE. o. H. BALLOU.
COOKE & BALLOU.
AND CATTLE DEALERS.
Orders lor dressed hogs, beef and mutton
prompt y tilled.
OFFICE 1JJ CUEIUUTOX'S BLOCX,
Omnho. - Ncbraak
MONUMNTS, TOMBSTONES, ETC.,"eT2.
JOHN H. GREEN,
GKALV, FLOUR AND FEED,
El WARD KUEHL,
MVCISTER OF I HE DEPARTED.
Eo. 498 10th St,bttrecn Farnbaa & Harney.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obtain
or any one a view of the pant, present and fu
tuie. ho in- cliar.ed in cases of sickness.
OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Valley Lands !
33. ivr. ciiAnn:,
Wisner, - - ITeb,
TIIESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cask or oh Eob? Time.
IvLAXD EXPLORING 1 TCK
ET3 for sale at O. & N. W. De
pot, bearing coupons which will
be taken at full cost in payment
St., Bet. I4tta lstn
Nos. 187, 189 and 191 Farnham Street.
T1XTWARE and TIHHERS STOCK.
BOLE WESTERN ACI EXCY FOR-
STEWART'S COOKING and IIEATING STOVES,
THE "FSABLESS," COOKING ST0VS,
CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES,
Allofflhich Will he Sold at yanufaclurers Prices, With Freight added.
t a THORTJP
NEBRASKA SHIBTM ANUFACTOB Y
159 .1 159
FARNHAM ST., jm tSfe FARNHAM ST.,
OMAHA, WJBr NEBRASKA.
SHIRTS AND GENTS' TuRKKHING GOODS, &C. &0.
fiST'Shirts ofall kinds made to or der. Satisfatiou guarranteed.-a
IE A. S T.
O TRAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. I.OUIS AVITII
Pullman Palace Cars
THBOTJGH WITHOUT CHAHQB
Arrival cf Trains from the West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
a. It,, enrnrr Voat
Are ror Sale nt the
'anrih Ar. f!h.iilMn -
...f.f nuu me rnncipu AJI11
way Offices In tlio West.
C1IAS BABCOCK, C. E. KUSSELL,
S thcrn Pasj. As't, Wcst'n Pass. Ag't.
Dallas. Tuas. Kansas Citt,
JOIIN E. SIMPSON. CIIAS. E. FOLXETT.
.-0Uen;,SlJPt- Utn'l Pass. Ag't.
aaui iNDfAXAPOLis. sr. Louis.
Establisnea in 1851.
Ki Yn..lu ... .-- n. .
The Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.
of a.n Incorporated Bank.
"ACCOUNTS KEPT IN CUBBKNCY OP.
fluid subject to syht check without notice.
lEBTJFICATE.SOF ntpOdlT ISSUED
J iiayatile on demand, or at fixed
bearing interest at six i er cent, per annum,
and available in all larts of the country.
ADVAXCES MADE TO CUSTOMERS
approved securities at market
rates ot interest.
BUY AND SELL
Gold, Bills of exchange. Government, State
County and city Bonds. '
B3"We ftive special attention to nr nttif.
Railroad add other Corporate Loans issued
within the fctate.
DnAW &IGUT DRAFTS ON ENGLAND,
Ireland. Scotland and all parts of Europe.
Mil European passage Tickets.
COLLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
N. Y. Cor. Farnham and 15th Sts.,
DET05ITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL-'
lar secc'Tel and compound Interest sd-
loved on the same.
Certificates of Deposr
rnnE whole or axv pabt
i posit ajier .remaining la
niontiu, riu draw interest
d.te of depos
ino payment. Tlio whole
BV U w
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OH LEAD PENCILS:
Gold M(d?I'of Process, Vienna,
First Premium Ciucinnatti Indus
trial Fair, 1S73.
First rrcm'nm Brooklyn fndus
trial Exposition, 1S73.
For caraplas or Information aJJres3tbo
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
m72m JERSEY CITY, N J.
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.B.B., "should take the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure for thrmvlves the choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Itehiso i (o Chicago anil St. Louis,
All making Reliable Connections and being
Equipped idtb Falacs Say an! Sleeping Cart.
AH delay and inconvenience arriving from
Ferries atd trausfers can be avoided West of
Chicago and bt. Louis by securing Ticket! via
ATCHISON anil tu ATCIIISUX
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. B, IU for the
Urrat Arkansas Valley & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points In
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets via
L1NCOL & ATCHISON
AV. F. WHITE
CJeu'l l'asj. Ag't.
A-ifo i. Kansas
Samuel C. Smith,
Local Agent for the
IT. P. R. R LANDS,
Columbus, - ITeb,
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms and Town Lois for
ON LONG- TIME!!
-All Communications Cheer
MAX MEYER & BROTHER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Jl.TrSg 'vSp t-t I J IbSa 'l Hi !i2 ssBi bbT I LH
lllltr'b' ' I S III " -' IB IS IsH
II '" ia.X(flBBM0n99!VIK!9BHBHRB
A. B. HUBERMANX & CO.
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS.
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Sare TIME and
Ordering of Us.
BRADY & MoATJSLAND.
WHOLESALE ABD BETAIL DEALEB3 15
WIKITIEJ LEA.ID, OOLOHS
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Decorators' Materials.
533 and 535 Fourteenth St., - Omaha.
S C. Abbott
S. C. ABBOTT & CO.,
Booksellers 1 Stationers
Xo. 188 Farnliaiii Street. Omaha, Xeb
Pablishers' Agents for School Books ased In Nebraskr.
CHEAP FARMS! 7HSS SOMES
On tne Lin of th
Union Pacific Railroad,
A Laid Graat of 12,000,000 Acres of tie best FARHIS3 tal ML5EKAL Lanlj of America
1,000,000 ACRES IX NE15UAS1A IN THE GREAT I'LAITE VALLEY
ICE QAEDEN OF THE WEST HOW FOB SALE !
These lands are in the central portion of tba United States, on tbo 41st dr-rra of Nodh Lit
ltuiN-, tiie central line of the Kreat Temperate Zoue of the American Continent, and for pain,
growing and Block raising unsurjiassod bj any in the United States.
0HEAPE3 IH PBI0E,mnTa fiToriblaUrai fi'ta- and more coaTealeatto market tiu c
be found Eluwher.
FIVE and TEX YEARS' credit
COLONISTS and AOTUAL8ET0LERS can
crlce to all OSEDIT PDB0HABE13.
A Deduction TEN PEK CENT. FOR CX8H.
FKE15 IIOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
And tlio Best Locations for Colonics !
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
Froo Pasbob to uroliraora of Tuvnrl
Send for new ItescriptiTe Pamphlet, vith now map, published In English, Gtrman, riweed
and Danish, mailed free etcrjwhere. Address . X". X. " XS
ulf2dawU Land ComaUsIoncr U. P. B. It. Co. Omaha, Neb.
WM. M. FOSTER,
WINDOWS, DOORS, BUNDS, MOULDINGS, fcC.
Tlastcr Paris, Hair, Dry and Tarred Felt.
Sole Agents for Hear Crctk
OFFICE AND YAP.I. : I
On U. P. Track, lt I urnliani and Dii3la Sts.
R. I. D. SOLOMON,
OILS ATTO WI2TDOW GI.AS3,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT OIL
OMAHA - NEBRASKA
FAIRLIE & MONELL,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
ITOTAHZAZi AXTD IODCX SIALS.
Masonic, Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias
LODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS,
AND DEALEK IN
For Y:ds, Lawus, LVtaeUiiti, Chart
Shop andOffi 8: 1
11th fit bet. farnham and llarncyj
2VE xx ix fs o -t tx"Jr
FREE OF CHARGE !
TO BE AS REPRESENTED."
ith Interwt at SIX PER CENT
bar oa Tea Tern' Credit.
Laadi at thj ua
Lime tad LonlsTille Ceraeat
fWT A XT A
LflVlii. Jj.il ,
ROOKS, BLANKS, ETC.,
-VrfT A trr y. TyiJtJB.
fern w S
wxfff o g
7 part of a de-
ixnu can be drawn ataan
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