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THE OMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL PIPER OF THE CITY.
Wl Ml aW atslM HIT nm)tTv"""T1 "
f slUanryer poatical character; and we
willMtBBferMBtto pireaerre, or to
uJM W Siit dtoMUoa.3 PMJ7
KBisKAKXor Wdm, In all, aunt in each
cad Vrcry cm accompany uj communica
tioaU waataaturaaoewas Tbsrfe'aa ji
tM fee publication. aiUoc r?aaalB
faetloB aa m mrooJ of few lartar-J t
Oca oeujmr Fanon w iH alwaya
ilaaasi Inlisai f i rim n" 1 tUn connected
jaetwaaUYer of general Interest to tne peo-
Under our City city charter the
uity JMATflnai nia joepuues ana
policemeu&re expressly prohibited
front, receiving any, fees for the ar
rest of persons charged with viola
tions ortta'cTty-orafnancesr' tws-j
provision was incorporated in the
jjhaherfof tKe purposerprevengT
incr indiscriminate arrests bv the
p Of OCT . T uw-.- i lo-r TVkAfc.-
d with O election, and ralaUafcJe goods, J. li'iXL r 'Zz: i v i77 .
aeeUaata. ., will U tfadly recelTed. AU
ssaqa-sj Wilrattoar. faoweTer,. moat ht
krief aa'peaatble; and the? muitln all casta,
aawriUeanpoaonaaldaol the aheet only.
by self or lriendf,-end
vheUtar fea aoSeasor" communlcationa t tbe
Mttariara until -nomination are aaade)
atsaply pwoial, aadjrll be charted- to ad-4
aj communications should V addreawd'to
S. B08KWATER, Editor and PabUafcer, Draw-
a and after October twenty-first, 1872, the
attj circulation ot the DattT Bke U assumed
y jl,. Qwin Deris, to whose order all aub-
aeriptf oni aot paid at the omce wui oe payawe.
E. EOSEWATEB. Publisher
eem to Indicate that the constitu
tional amendment, conferringCtlitr4
right of suffrage upon women, will
be voted down by a very decided
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Omaha makes a very creditable
exhibit in the official returns for
Aprflfofilie postal delivery syslem.
Accerdtog to "thlg Exhibit 'the
OmaGa" postofflceTias' aelivereil
more letters during that month
that either St Joseph, Leavenworth
Des Moines, Davenport, Burlington, t
or Springfield, Illinois.
Tub St. IxMiis Qlobepxta public
notlceto wjjom Tt may jconcern,
thalfdoes notwanfany "lines" on
MJw llieswedding,or anyjear
compelling verses on her departure
from America ickV is evld
dently disappointed because he did
noC-gelld invitation, to the, jukal.
ceremony, or a piece of the joyal
andlvntralacifib'are in no
imminent danger ofmiirious com-
petitioiyltoa: the PaCfl,n4i-.,iSJWtHioT1irtbtulkahW
dian. Pacific, road.V Hie Charter re- Do you renember the sweet words we said T
oecuy grantea to tms poiarjune, o
the Canadian Parliament provides
that the-work can -only progress as
money is raised from the proceeds
of the land grant, without increas-
"IngThFpresentfrate of-taxation,- -
inc the fees. "We are informed that
ilaishal Snowden has.originated an
ingenious device jfor .evading.' this
Instead of appoInlSgirrTCharles
aixAniovvjnnnsof eaodidatea tor eCo J Simpsbh as his 3lepOty7as"lier"elec-
tloneerihg contract,"lhe craTty"Mar-
shallia JiadLhim appointed as Con-"
stable.- In that official -capacity he
3s permitted lo wait upon the police
-court--Nothing hinders- him from
collecting a handsome -dividend
through th'atcourt"from the unfor
tunate .vicljma who Jiappen.toJncur
the penalties and have the means to
Now against this imposition the
ad by wheat aU recelpU lorsubscrlpUons wUl I BEE-WOUld respectfully-protest It
-;- - "1 . -r. . . . i --
is an unmitigated piece of'sculdug-
gery that ought to be discounten
anced, because it is in direct con
fficewitLthe,spirit'3faot with the
letter of the charter.
him? If aDeputyJIarshal is not
needed,' then let the .Marshal either
walt-nponthe Police Court "Jrr per
son or detail a police officer for that
purpose. Under any circumstances
the present systemf constabulary
fee grabbing should at once be dis
contirined. -, " "
Obqaxized co-operation seems
to be the order of the day. The very
latest -co-operative movement -is
belnaDrgcnized by the batohers and
hucksfereof "New Orleans. One
thousand of these "meataxe and
spring chicken"patriots have already
enrolled for the anti-corruption and
reform campaign that" Is to be
fought in Louisiana this' fall. They
anticipate heavy reinforcements
from the rural preclricts. We might
usTweli mention that their chosen
lewler Ja that incorruptible and
peretAUaman William PittKel-
T is not a little mortifying to no-Uee-that
a majorit3-of our rural
contnrnorarleswho have engaged Last Sunday he went to church and J
ivuuu.uin, EjuiuiMUMgeu ill U13K;W.
2fot caring- to have his" devotions
disturbed by the worldly thousrhts
legislative, sessions, are groping inJier-proximity, -might .suggest, lie
In the discussion of re-apportionment,
new oonsitutlon, and extra
the dark about the
principles that govern
Thas the Beatrice Express, in a
-''heavy' leader" on re-apportionment,
"If Gov., Furnas will call, an ex
tra session, of the Legislature so that
it can submit the question of a con
stitutional convention to the people
at the pctobereiection, the State
will be In-'V-fairway to get, not"a
re-apportionment of its present rep
rcaentatives only, but such an in
crease of representatives as will be
cowaiMSurate with 'the' rapid in
crease of Iwr population."
For the information ot the Ex
prcti and several other contempora
ries, who are laboring under a simi
lar delaakm, we will state that Gov
ernor Furnas will not be required to
mil as extra session of the Legisla
turefortbe purpose of submitting
the qtkwUoa of -constitutional con
vention to the people at the October
election. That proposition is already
diapoaed of in a constitutional way.
Ourpresent Legislature, at its last
feabwon passed the resolution that
I Mqeirca the Governor to submit the
qutioi-c -of- eonstitutional -con-
ventidn at the -next October elec-
30x11 "Hence no, extra ses-
ateB fat thatpurpose -will be
necessary.- - General- Vifquain's
wiM wetpseurto call an extra ses-
gim ia'Jane or July was merely Tor
-"the- -purposo of re-apportioning
Legislative representation before
the October election. The Ex
press 'and other southwestern
contemporaries very properly
characterize the scheme as a
queatisMfele expedient The only
trjaTwaitdy for unequal representa-
tfaaeWraBchisement, is a new
MMMttfoBt and the only practica-
J Mi feraecoring a newconsti-
Maa, 1a to fottew the legal metliod.
smij will dowbt for a moment
tkajMltt fnasoaition for a' new con-
sUtaHasi wiU'reeeive an overwhel-
jvajarity, at the October elec-
Australian bushmen believe that
if the-'re very wicked -they will be
cdndenmedhereaftef to return to
earth in thoform of white settlers.'
Rev. Mr. Pickles is the-Methodist
mTnTsierat Lisbon Me. His busi
nessjs to preservesouls from world-Jj--contamination.
"Exhortersln meetings shouldre
meinDer the miller's old adagej 'al--waya
shut the gate-when the' grist
A Georgia clergyman with thirty
two children, preaches most effec
tive sermons on the absurdity of
Two reverend gentlemen InTHF
nols are In the second week of a
public discussion, whether people
who differ from -one of them can es
-cape eternal punishment.
"I pray for our enemies, brethren;
but I always pray that they may go
to hell," was the pious remark of
Brigham Young, Jr., at the Confer
ence meeting at Salt Lake last Saturday.
When you drop into a prayer
meeting among the Chippewa'ln
dians, you will have the pleasure of
hearing them sing: "Kewetahuhyee
uhyod keche munheunhgomuhwug
metah swok ubbe noje yug."
Mr. Post is a Wisconsin Christian.
. Three YwnAko-
Three years ago.
agrees beneath the
The orchards ear woe bloosa-
,The grass mored bright ani
where the orchard,
Seemed drill on drift, of pink, sweet scented
Where, dovB"aroan3"usTfelI a tinted shower;
Of wasting beauty, and of sweet perfume.
You plucked a garland, loTe, do yon remember?
And twined in or hair with a tender haad ;
Tew worts you" said, "but oh! your eye spoke
"My heart was quick to see and understand,'-
, There drifts across my memory such a tangle,
Of bloom, and beauty, birds aad summer
Thsrtook backward frotBrmy present stand-1
I wonder if it were not paradise.
tStandlng Just therewithln the budding orch-
I such a' gUmpseofrarest beauty caught,
T mrh m braath. In thlnkine ot its wonder :
The Teryalr, with promises seemed fraught.
Btowrto-nlg!itvIsranrwtthrn the jkrchardLrJ
The buds are cursung as uey oia oi yore,
The birds are singing, but how changed the
Will ir seemed changed tome, forerer moraT
Then every note they warbled seemed an echo
- Of Lore's lorauik, throbbing in my baa.-t ;
How, erery note, the leaTea ot thought seem
So sad, so tender, that the teardrops start.
Our paths in life, Just crossed that happy ere
ButiUd. ot merge as we had hoped they
Twere better so: but oh 1 how aweet thajDO-
When we Lore's mystery met and undar-
- a$?t . ,.wj..
Three years ago, oh lore, how many changes,
Three-Httle.-awMtly going years can bring ;
torjre, wan iotcu, uciwHa wiou.i, j
ADUODCIOBIIimnuiutvlu III nw J wan I
The aew legislature elected In
October, wM thai be under positive
instHNltefts to frame a Constitu
tional' Cenveatkm bill, and they
canaitjiyoura without performing
this '.elty. Tbat we shall have a
Conalitotlonal Convention next
winter, or i early next spring,
is therefsre a flxed fact, and if that
Convtsitaen acts promptly, we can
elekaaaewlafigifiature, based upon
the eeMmc et 1S76, in the autumn
of that year. Neither General Vif
quain nor any other enthusiast, can
overcome the Insurmountable con
stitutional barrier xjaat prevents ibi
realisation of thk desirable reform
grasixxl her firmly by the ear, and
thus escortedlhls poacher on gospel
privileges'to the aisle.
A Methodist preacher while enga
ged in a little game of draw-poker at
Salem, Oregon, the other evening,
moved a littlo in his chair, when
the hammer of his pistol caught in
his pocket in some wav, and the
weapon was discharged, frightening
the divine's opponent in the game
very badly. He. wants to know
uhatpreaohers carry pistols for? -
A minister named Hardv, while
preaching in Bullitt county, Ky., a
few Sundays ago, was.worried "by a
youth who made noiy Interpola
tions at frequent intervals. So he
came down fronfhis pulpit and gave
the young man a first-classilogging,
for which little diversion Mr. Hardy
-paid-ajiMticeof-the peace S15 the
"How di j-ou feel, my friend?"
said Mr. Hammond, the revivalist,
to a man standing in a crowd at
Qulncy. "Do' yoir see' anything
green?" said the man, pointing tn
his eye, as much as to say that he
was in no notion of being converted
right there on Ihe spot "ifo, niy
friend," replied Mr. Hammond,
"but I ec something red your
noe, and it cost S5Q0 to paint it, if
you paid for the drinks."
A tsmitient Scottish divine who
was in the. city last week. exDressed
the opinion that America was far
ahead of Scotland in-tlie- matter of
fancy mixed drinks, and far. behind
,in the matter of plain straieht
whisky. This is not the first tune
we have had occassion to complahw
of the whinky manufacturers of thw
country. Unless they cultivate their
natibual'"pride more" seduloaly,
Ameriia can not hope to- rise in the
respect and esteem of intellhrenl for
S.m.-b-dy in Dubuque has a
bottle -of water -from the .sacred
spring of Lourdes, with -which he
cures cancer, and curvature of the
spine, and other diseases. It is
sail to think, however, that our
great and glorious Republic should
be compelled to depend upon an
effete nondescript of a nation for its
supply of healing water. There, is
a hotrtpiing in Idaho which the in
habitants say is "just half a
mile from hell." JX we can pro
duce such a thing, we certainly
ought to have the opposite. A
.heavy duty on the Iourdes water
.and the judicious use of a cataleptic
girl might lead to the discovery of
some such thing as that of Lourdes
on this side of the Atlantic.
At the conclusion of hk sermon
on-"Religious Bugs," last Sunday, a.
preacner in Worcester announced
his programmed of subjects until the
end of Jul v:
May 24 Paul's Shoo Fly!
May 31 Cremation.
June 7 Republican Locusts.
June 14 Empty Churches and
How to Fill them.
June 21 Main street -
June 28 Pharaoh's Xean Kine.
JulyS The Mad Prophet
"July.I2 'iWHb'i your Hatter?"
July 19 "Popping the Question!"
July. 9B-A Tracedy in Four-Acts.
The school teachers of Kew Or
leans have not been paid for seven
months. '"L. " ' "
Nearly 650 applications have been
made for admission to the School of
Natural History at Penikese.
AIL the Canadian cities are
.'speaking first" as to which shall
Lbethe site of the proposed military
The Kansas .Agricultural College
has ten telegraphic instruments,
and fwenty-flve-oases of type, and
these have proved to be the most
popular industrial accompaniments
of the institution with the students.
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To "be placed on a .satisfactory
financial basis it is said that Union
ColIegeTnust have, In additon to its'
present endowments or $25,uuu
enough to bring the sum up to fj,-OOOjQQGy-
I Thc-technical courses at present
established at the University of
Pennsylvania are in analytical and
applied chemistry and .mineralogy;
in civil, and mechanical engineer
ing, and In geology and mining.
Twenty-six professors holding
various chairs in the, Universities of
St Andrew's) Glasgow, "Aberdeen,
and Edinburgh, have addressed to
-Mr. Disraeli, a memorial urging
him,-, as -the head of. her -majesty's
-government, to take the whole, sub
ject of the university education of
"women Into consideration, with a
view to the removal of existing
disabilities. - -
'TheNew York Tribune says the
Chicago Teacher is somewhat astray
when it says, that it notices ".that
the school-reports from cities, west
of Chicago -are Jar more practical
and instructive than those which
xomo. from the East" Even the
.jnos.tjeaous 6ptionasts ought to
be able to acknowledge the Massa
chusetts experiments and the re
ports of their results.
The present growing tendency in
education is apparent in these sen
tences from the Milwaukee High
School Committee's last annual re
port: "The changes effected in the
scientific department have been
productive, of results that have af
forded great satisfaction to your
committee. The object was to in
troduce the course of study of the
things covered by the sciencesand
not merely the books which treaf of
them." ' '
The Boston school committee
certainly a njost remarkable body
of men. The committee on the
Agassiz Memorial Fund sent out
circulars several months ago, asking
that collections be taken in all the
schools- of the- land on Agas&lz's
birthday for the benefit of the fund.
The proposition has been favorably
received' everywhere, but now.
strange to say, it "receives Its first
opposition in Boston. The school
committee, the same one which re
fused to admit the women who were
elected to.the "board, met on Tues
day night and voted not to allow
collections to be taken In the city
schools, because such a thing had
.never been done, and ought not to
be done as a general rule. The
Globe suggests that collectors be
placed in front of the school houses,
and thus circumvent the "extremely
silly" action of the committee.
The colored Catholics of St. Aug-
ustihe's church, Louisville, have-
aigned an address to the Pope,
which they send by the hand of
their pastor, Father de Meulder,
who goes out with the pilgrimage.
TJfey also send the Pope a gold--h
earned caaa. -1 N
Among the candidates mentioned
"fbrthe-vacaney-in the office of bish
op of the Protestant Epiqppal Church
in Kentucky, caused, byhe with
,draJwaLJpCBishQp Cummins, is the
Rev. Dr.Stut; of OttawaTthVrectdr'
of Gbrist. Church., .Although a
young man, he is already prominent
in the ohrch. j
The oldest organ in this' country
still In use is at St John's Church,
Portsmouth, N. H. It was import
ed for King's Chapel, at Boston, in
1713. The prejudice at that time
was so strong against the use of mu
sical instruments in church , build
ings, that the warden quietly stowed
It aay In the cellar, where it re
mained formore than a year. In
1784.it was removedloa church in
Newport Mass.,' and then to St.
John's Church, in Portsmouth,
where, atthe age of 1(51 years, it
still does good service.
The "Second Reformed Episcopal
church of Philadelphia" was organ
izad last week.
The Catholics of Chattanooga,
Term., are about to build a new
$75,000 church at that place.
Bishop Haven dedicated a new
Methodist Episcopal church at Mai
den. Mass.j last Wednesday.
Over five hundred conversions are
claimed for the first week of Rev.
Mr. Hammond's revival work in
The Rev. Lewis Rosecrans. son of
the General, has just closed a verv
successrurmission among the Cath
olics at StrattleborOj'Vt
"The forty-fourth annual confer
ence of the Mormon church, has
been receiving no end of good ad
vice from the head of the church.
There are seventeen Congrega
tional in Platte, Butler, Polk, Col
fax, Merrick, Boone, Madison, An
telope and Knox counties.
The Delaware avenue Methodist
Episcopal church, Buffalo, N. Y.,
are buildinga new house of worshin
to cost $35,000. v
Rev. Henry B. Ensworth, for
merly a Presbyterian minister, was
ordained.last week. as an Enlseonal
clergyman, by Bishop Williams, of
The Baptists propose to celebrate
the national centennial by a simul
taneous movement In all the States
and Territories, for the liberal en
dowment of their institutions.
The Congregational Club of Bos
ton holds its fifth annual festival in
Faneuil Hall Thursday, May 28th.
Several gentlemen are expected to
address the Club, among them Drs.
Storrs and Taylor, offew York.
A very wonderful revival work is
in progress amonsr the Indians of
Jtiouna valley Beseryation, CaL, in
which already over 600 nave united
with the church, and the prospect
is that the entire reservation will be
The city of Buffalo at present con
tains sixteen Catholic chuKhes and
seven chapels in convents together
with religious houses for the Jesuits,
Redemptionists, Oblates, Francis
cans and Fathers of the Congrega
tion of the Mission,
The Mormon gentleman who mar
ried three wives last week is ad
vised by friends to pass the summer
In Alaska. -
As an excuse for rejecting a 'wid
ower,.a fair young damsel informed
a.friend that "she did not want a
Going to .Europe to study music
or marry a nobleman is the average
expectation of young lady travelers.
Holman Hunt 'the English art
ist, married hi first wife's aister as
a'matter of economy in mothers-in-law.
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A Kansas girl wouldn't be mar
ried without a yellow ribbon around
her waist, and a boy rode eight
miles to get it while the guests
Eight' hundred superfious mar
riageable females in Easton, Pa.,
live a'silent protest against the 'Ad
vice given to young mon to go
West - .
Louisiana young women are sign
ing a promise not to marry young
men -who frequent drinking saloons.
They think that every gentleman
should have a wine cellar of his
A man who promised his wife on
her death bed never to marry again,
offers a Teward for some one who
will convince him that a lie is justi
fiable when it is told to soothe the
lastmoments of the departing.
Mr. Frederick Ruddy, a bachelor
of fifty-four years, and Miss Rebec
ca Seitts, aged about forty, were
married last week" at Waterloo,
Iowa. The courtship had been pro
gressing twenty years. However
slow it was, it was also sure, and
will probably never be regretted.
People who like to do tbintrs on
the spur of the moment should em
igrate to Hardin county, Iowa. A
couple there were recently married,
and: after the ceremony the bride
was obliged to ask her husband
what her new name was. The par
ties had only been acquainted a few
Uncle Bob Breedlove, aged 70,
was married to Aunt Betsy Philips,
aged 05, in Kentucky, the other
day.- Though their epidermis is un
der the cloud produced by long cen
turies of too ardent African sun
shine, yet their love is as white and
pure as that of two young doves In
the back yard.
How It goes to be fresh married
in Uuena Vista Is thus told by the
Sioux Rapids Echo : "One of our
yound marricu mea thinks so much
of his lovely wife that he lights the
candle two or three times every
night to look at her. Then he qui
etly goes to sleep and chucklos In
his sleep like a turkey gobler. he
feels so good."
M'lle Cassandra Mussurus, a
daughter of the Turkish Ambassa
dor to Great Britain, was married
recently in London to M. Catallni,
second secretary of the Italian Le
gation. When the bride and groom
left on their wedding tour they were
showered with handfulls of rice as
they drove off, to signify the kind
wishes of their friends.
A Boston bride received among
other presents a horse and coupe.
it was the desire of her parents to
exhibit these among other gifts,
and the only way it could be done
was to put the horso and carriage in
the baok yard. An admiring throng
viewed the equipage from the rear
window and the happy parents were
A German was married at Steila
coom, Washington territory, last
week, on rather short notice. His
brother was engaged to the girl, but
did not seem to care much about it,
so he asked his bachelor brother to
take her off his hands, as they were
on their way to his own wedding.
The bargain was made and ratified
by the one who had started from
Tacona, with the expectation of be
ing a groomsman only.
The lawyers of Indianapolis are
torturing their brains overanextra
ordinary problem. Some vears mm
a lady of that city was married, and -J
xour mourns inereauer separated
from her husband, was divorced
and remarried in a month, and four
months thereafter gave birth to a
child by her first husband. Quite re
cently, the second husband procured
a divorce, and the custody of the
child was awarded to him. Now
comes the first husband, and claims
the child. , Who is entitled to its
JDie Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hamilton T Co.,
Bislaesfl transacted sum as that
eC sjalsKonraraied Baal.
saeject to sight check witaoHt ad- '
Certificates ef Deposit issued pay-.
able ea enaaa, or at axea eatc
beaiiac iaterest at six eerceat. iter
r ue coanxry.
Aoraaees made to customers ea
approTed seeBrttlesat market rates
Bay aad sell Gold, Bills ef Ex
ckaare, (rOTerameat, State, Coaatj,
."We gire special atteatioa to uego
tUtisur-Ballroad and other Corpo
rate Loaas issried witfalB the State.
Draw Sight' Drafts oa Earlaai,:
Irelaad, Scotlaad, aad all parts e(
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Sell Earopeaa Passaee Tickets.
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DISBURSING OFFCEU3. ,
THIS BANK DEALS
In Exchange, Gorernmtnt Bonds, Voutbers..
f EUlXlON and OOLDDVStA
And sells drafts and makes collections on all
parts of Europe.
SWDrafts drawn pajable hTgold or curren
cy en the Bank ot California, San Francisco.
Tho First National Bank
CmruKT afgarham and 13 tk KtrceU.
TEE OLDEST BiKHG ESTABLIBHMBST
(Successors to JCountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Orgasixed u a Hatloiiil BanV, Angtut 26, 1863
Capital and Promts orer -"$250,000
oFricaas XXD dieiciobssu,
THTWAHE and TZIT2TSB.S' STOCK.
SOLE VTESTHRX AG ENC Y FOR-
J. poppleton, Attorney, t
rpiCKETS FOB SALE TO ALL PARTS
-- of Europe rla the Cunard and National
Steamship Lines, and the Uamburg-Anurlcaa
Packet Conipanr. j'j27tf" '
STEWART'S COOKING and HEATING STOYES,
' TEE "FEABLESSV' COOKING STOYES,
OEL JB 33 BATED
CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES,
AllofWhlck Will bo Sold at JTaaufaclurers Trices, With Freight added.
Bond fox Txrioo Xaiasti
N. W. Cor. Farnham and 13th Sts.,
Authorized Capltll .
DEPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL
lar seceired and compound interest al
lowed on the lime.
J. A. THORUP,
NEBRASKA SHIFT MANUFACTORY
""159 fiFjiP ' 159
FARNHAM ST., Sf FARNHAM ST.,
OMAHA, Mff 1STEBEASKA.
SH RTS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C, &0.
J3hirte of all kinds made to order. Satisfation guarranteed."a
WHOLES ALIT AND RETAIL DELEES IN
Cm the Una at Oa .,,
Union Pacific Railroad
A. Laad Qraat of 12,000,000 Icrssof tie best TASMIia aad'afDrEXAL Laads o'f America
1,000,000 ACRES Di SZBRASaU'DSii!lIflAfTi
IHE GAMES' OF THE WEST HOW rOK BALE t -
These lands are In the central portion o! the United Sutei.'on the 41st degree 'or North Lat
itude, the central lineot the great Temporate Zone o! tha American Ccnttnent. and lor crala
growing and stock" raisin; unsurpassed h any in the.llnltsl Stataa. t
0HEAPEE IB PBI0E,anrs farorabls terms rlrtn.aai ssr ooaTtalaat la auktt than c
FIVE and TEN YEAES' credit glrea with Interest at SIX PER CENT
UULOHUTS and AOTDAL 8ET.ULEB3 can bay oa Taa tuxi
nrlca to all OBEDIT PTJK0HABEB3.
Laads at ths san
TEN PER CENT. FOB CASH.
PREE H03IESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
And tho Best Locations
Soldiers Entitled to a
for Colonics !
to XfrurolxAraerss of Zioxxd
Send for new DescrlpUre Pamphlet, with new msps, published in EnitlUh. Gerrasn, Sweod
and Dani.h, mailed Iree erery where. Address 3B. DDj 7"ISI.
ulrMawt! Land Comrulsaloner U. P. K.K.CO. ODiUa.Neb.
Machinery and "Wagons,
No. 13 Sonth 10th Street,
Fort Calhoun Mill s.
FLOJJ, FEED & IMIEjXj
MABttfactured with Great Cure front the Best Grain.
General! Depot, Ccr. 1-itn & Dodge Sts,
A. B. HUBERMANX & CO.,
WATCHMAKERS, I O F JEWELRY
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS.
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE, OR RETAIL.
Dealers Can Save
ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED."
Certificates of Deposit :
TUE WHOLE OK ANY PART OF A DE
posit after remaining in this Benk three
months, win draw Interest from d.te of depos
it to parment. The wholeor any part ef a de
posit can be drawn stny time. aug28tf
OF THE FINEST
Elkhorn Talley Lands !
33. tax. oxa:
aW. B. RICTTARDSQIT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
Aad JWaaafcarer of Dry sal Saturated. llooHaj; anaiSliMithlu j Fo!t.
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
WHOLESALE AHD BETAIL DEALEB3 IN
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Decorators' Materials.
533 and 535 Fourteenth St., - Omaha.
June9-ly . - - -
ALSO DEALERS IN
Roofing, Fitch, Coal, Tar, Etc., Etc.
ROOFING inanypatt of Nebraska or adjoining States. Office oj poslte the Uns Works, on
12th street. Address P. O. Box 452:
ASfU CATTLE BHOKER,
SALT LAKE OTY, - - UTAH.
mUESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
the maikct and the
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE I
Fer Cask or on loop Tine.
The wedding dress worn by Nel
Uo Grant was made of white satin
point lace, specially ordered from
Brussels. The bridal trosseau is of
unusual elegance and variety, num
bering nearly one hundred dresses,
including three blue silks trimmed
with Valencienes lace.and gold em-
oroiaery; tnree yellow silks trim
med with blue silk and blonde lace;
four rose colored silks, lavender
silks, white silks, trimmed wjth rare
block Brussels lace ; also black tulle
and white tulle dresses; seven black
silk dresses; one dark peacock blue
silk : one dozen white French mus
lin dresses for morning wear; three
magnincent India shawls. The lin
gerie fairly excella the other gar
ments, all the fabrics being of the
finest description. The travelling
dress for steamer Is navy blue Eng
lish water-proof skirt and redingote,
with a simply wide dark blue felt
The wedding presents were nu
merous, costly and beautiful, in
cluding a suoerbset of laces from
her father, and a beauQfnl dressing
case, ivory mounted, with bride's
monogram, from "her mother. A
aolid silver tea service, (antique) in
walnut, satin covered, with case
and dinner service, with ex
quisite Japanese center-piece; large
cluster diamond finger-ring large
silver bowl, .silver fruit dish and
spoons, Venetian mirror, silver tete
a tete, silver epergne, several cases
with services - of silver, travellings
clock, also numerous valuable rings,
diamong cameo emeraldalso silver
vase fruit dishes, point lac hand
kerchiefs, fans and many other val
-LAND EXPLORING 1 ICK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. De
pot, bearing coupons which will
be taken at full" cosf "in" navment
171 Farnaaa , 8. t dr. Hut St
Oil A HA .... neb
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
884 3Pi.2rxx2xA,xxB, St..
. Bet. 13th and 11th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use ot Ni
trous Oxide uas.
sWOffice open atall hour e5tf
eTe Ca IiEE,
CASFUNTEB AND BUILDER!
PR0R0SALS FOR COAL.
iicad'qrs dspartment op tue rtatte,")
Office Chief Quartkbuastei:, -
Omaha, Nth., May 15, 1874. J
SEALED BIDS IN DUPLICATE WlIXItE
received at this office until eleven o'clock
A. H. baturday, June 20th, 1871, for the deliv
ery on the car., at the point nearest to the
mines, on the line of tin Union Pacific Rail
EIGHT THOUSAND TOSS OF COAL,
forsjpplyof fuel fur Military Posts along said
line of railrcad.
No Lids will 1 entertained under any cir
cumstances unless the bidder is present iu per
son or by duly autnorized agent or attorney, at
theopcnlngof the bills, and it then and there
prepared to show that he is iully able to carry
outtbecontract in all respects, if awarded to
The quality of the coal offered will be care
fully considered in making the award, and the
righMo reject any or all bids is expressly re
served. Bids must be endorsed on envelopes, "Rids
By order oi tli Department Commander.
ALfcX. J. I'KKRi",
Chief Quartermaster Pept. I'latle.
nir C Ct ltrev. Hi's. !en. IT. S .trmr.
C. ABBOTT & CO..
Booksellers 1 Stationers
WALL PAPERS, DXOOKATZOXTS,
No. 188 Farnham Street. Omaha. Neb
Publishers' Ageats for Sckeel Books ue4 la Nebraska.
WE H. FOSTER.
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, &C
PIa3ter Paris, Hair, Dry and Tarred Felt..
CHAS. R. SUWDBLAD,
HAJTCFACrURKK 1SD DSALEK IS
484 13th St. let Farnaam atdlHainey.
II. C WALKER,
aCANUFAClUBKK AJfD DEALER IS
BOOTS k SHOES
STOOIIARD tc Hl'ttt-ilUT,
Market Gardners !
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES AKD
plants, for sale. Orders addressed to us
at our garden
Cor. 21rt had Paul Streets,
Will receive prompt attention. sp!5J3m
D. COOKE. O. n. BALLOU.
tOOKE . BALLOU.
Between Farnham and Boujlaa
BTIOX BKBD. LkWU a. BEID
BYRON REED & CO.
To Oldart Estahllaaam
Real Estate Agency
t IN NEBRASKA
Keep a complete Abstract ot Title to alCEeal
Estate In Oui .ha and Douglas coontr.
AND CATTLE DEaLERS.
Orders for dressed hogs, beet and mutton
OFFICE XX CBKIOUTOX'S CLOCK,
Omaha. ... Aebrask
JOHN H. GREEN,
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED,
No. 201 Farnham Street,
Between TwcI.lU and Thirte-nth Streets,
OMAHA, - - NEB.
ALLORDEtiS ATTENDED TO PROMPT
lyand cxecutel in the most fashionable
style s-ltepairing and cleaning a specialty,
and done In the bejt manner, inyl-lm
Sole Agents for Bear Creek Llate aad LoBlarille Cement
UhHtEASn YAR1: ) fT A TT A
On L. P. Track, bet Farnham and Dou-las Sts. ( I IVl A H A
VAN I&ItPS MACHINE
of light and Leery
MACHINERY XADE& REPAIRED.
35d HABHEY BTBUBT,
llor svt Xj,
WfMriet Attoraer for Seeea4 Ja4
OFUCS South side of Farnham, betwtan
15th an 1 16th sta., oppoalU Coon House.
EH WARD KUEHL,
MAOISTKR OF -THE DEPARTED.
So- 498 10th St, betwtea Faraiia 4 Harney.
Will by the aid of gaardlan spirits, obtain
or any one a Tiew of the past, present and la
tare. No fees charged In cases of sickness,
-KAJ' TXCICaZV OP aXD DEXLKB IS-
LambreqalaraBd WladoTr Shades,
170 Farabam street. corner Fifteenth
G. A. LENCqUEST.
IM PAKSHAM ST.
Between Tenth aad EUrenth Htse-ta.
GENTS FURNI8HINQ GOODS.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
SAkklnds of jurclng ezecnted promptly and
at reasonable prices. m.hl0in.
F. A. PETEUS.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
, A3D CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
Sa. S74 ranshamsr.at.l5tli JtlGUs.
A LL orders and repairing promptly attended
j, u ana ausunnB Bussraateea.
.aWCuh paldyor hides. sprl
OKlil. - 5EBHA3KA
Thehssfest and best hotel between Chicago
tad 8aa Francisco.
Opeata new September 30th, 1S73.
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
w:e3:qt ,"fis jltje ihstts
OILS AXTD 'WJNDOV7 GLASS,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIG-HT OIL
OMAHA - NEBRASKA
FAIRLIE & MONELL,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
Masonic, Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythia
LODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS, BOOKS, BLANKS, ETC., AT
JB-EASTERX PRICES AND EXPRESS.-
282 DouclAsa Stroot, OSsTJQC., ZaZSTS'
an sTarmaaaa BU
14tk 4 15ta
AND DEALER IX
For Ta di, Lairjs, Cmstarles, raa'Clr4 til TnbUc Parli,
filuin nl OfSfe: r
11th ft bet. farnhaa and Uaroey
a "w FM
! Park, Cjj
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