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THE OMAHA BEE
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On and after October twenty-Brat, 1872, Ihe
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E. BOSEWATEE. Tablisher
The maiden eilort of Brigham's
Cannon does not seem to have been
very eflective, judging from the
overwhelming majority by which
the House passed the Poland Utah
Our local Democratic contempo
rary is fighting over the first battle
of Bull Run. Are we to infer from
this that the late reconcilllation
campaign failed to clo-e the bloody
The recent examination at "West
Point resulted in the rejection of
thirty-two out of the ninety-seven
applicants for admission,
strange to say none of the colored
candidates were able to pass muster.
On the other hand Smith, the col
ored cadet who created so much dis
cord at West Point, will graduate
almost at the very head of his class.
People who describe Heri Roche
fort as a French edition of George
Grancis Train, are evidently dispo
sed to underate the native modesty
and good sense of the great French
Journalist If George Francis had
escaped from Caledonia, and any
body had tendered him a public
banquet nobody could possibly have
induced him to forego such a de
monstration. Senator Tiptox was indignant
because, the United States Senate
adjourned the other day in order to
enable some of its members to at
tend the wedding of the President's
daughter. "What would the stern
old demagogue say if Congress
should adjourn for "the purpose of
enabling its members to attend a
Jiorsoraco? And yet the British
Parliament stands adjourned for
several days because its members
wanted to attend the Derby
The Bee always has admired the
pcrtenacity with which the claim
ants over the river have adhered to
their hopes of utlimately becoming
the eastern U. P. terminus. To
day's Nonpareil dishes up a little
cold comfort for them by declaring
that the Omaha bridge bill is not
dead by any means. It will yot be
taken up and passed before the
close of the session. In view of the
fact' that the Congress has only
about fifteen working days before
adjournment, this prediction would
seem to us somewhat reckless.
That hydra-headed monster
known as the Iowa pool has a very
tenacious life. Unless Omaha shall
strike at its most vulnerable point
it can safely laugh all her efforts to
scorn. That point can be reached
by the concentration of travel and
traffic over one of the three roads in
The Bee has repeatedly advoca
ted such a course, and we are pleased
to notice that tho Herald has at last
recognized its advantages. If our
merchants and business men can
only be induced to make the expe
riment, we have no doubt of ulti
Of General Bristow, the new Sec
retary of the Treasury, the St. Louis
Globe says : "He brings to his posi
tion a thorough knowledge of the
workings of the department, ac
quired during his services as its so"
licitor. He is familiar with all the
laws and decisions which have gov
erned his predecessors, and he ought
to make a creditable record for him
self and tho administration. He is
a lawyer of great ability, but whether
he will make a great finance minis
ter, tho equal of Chase or Fessen
den, remains to be seen. One thing
is certain : he will not as easily be
made the victim of designing men
as Richardson proved himself to be
In the Sanborn matter."
A bill was carried through the
lower House of Congress, Monday,
to enable the settlers who have pre
empted lands in ten or more coun
ties in northern Iowa, and a num
ber of counties in southern Minne-1
sola, to maintain the titles to their
farms, while they may be compelled
to be absent on account of the
grasshopper plague, which renders
these lands uninhabitable- It
-seems that the territory re
ferred to was visited by immense
numbers of grasshoppers last year,
who left their eggs in the ground,
so that at present the earth is full of
young grasshoppers, and the pros
pectls that the lands will be unten
able for a year to come. The limit
fixed by the bill is the first of July,
1875, until which time the settlers
can be absent without violating the
title of their homesteads.
D0E3 "VTSDICinnEHESS VINDICATE t
The wounded bird usually flut
ters. In attempting to correct the
most 'glaring abuses in our police
system the Bee has unmasked and
exposed the most profitable source
of police plunder. The furious and
passionate demeanor of Marshal
Snowden would seem to indicate
tliat the Bee has stuns him fix the
most tender spot. Like a wounded
buffalo bull the giant chief is shak
ing his mane and rushing headlong
at his antagonist
He rashes to the District Court
Grand Jury and demands Rose
water's criminal indictment for an
alleged libel. He cliarges him with
publishing a slanderous article
against his good character and rep
utation during the month of April,
while the said Snowden was a can
didate for the office of City Marshal.
This article appeared in the local
columns of the Bee two days before
the election, over the signature of
If memory serves us correctly this
article was drawn out in reply to a
malicious attack upon Christopher
son, the Republican candidate for
Marshal. It reflected very severely
upon Snowdcn's past career, and
cited some facts touching his for
mer cruelty toward those who had
a right to look to him for protec
tion. Xow, while It is probable that
Mr. Walter's statement may have
been highly colored or exaggerated,
the Infamous conduct of Snowden
during a period covering several
years, was so notorious that the edi
tor of The Bee did not deem it
necessary, in the midst of political
excitement, to ascertain all the par
If Mr. Snowden has any desire to
have his former disgraceful de
baucheries paraded before the pub
lic, we are prepared for any indict
ment which he may be able to work
up against us. If,',on theother hand,
he is pursuing this course for the
purpose of intimidating the Bee
from its just and reasonable de
mands for police relorm, he will
soon discover that lie hqs tackled
the wrong man. And now we
would ask Marshal Snowden does
Are you not well aware that the
system of keeping constables and
other go-betweens in the police court
is a fraud upon tho people? Why
compel prisoners of any description
to pay costs for services which thp
charter intended to be performed by
the police? What right, for In
stance, has this constable, to enter
into private houses at midnight,
and -arrest the inmates without a
Where does the Marshal or any
police officer obtain the authority
for collecting fines or costs from per
sons who have not been convicted
in the police court? You know these
practices are unlawful, and why
wink at them aud permit them to
Why have you never attempted to
enforce Chapter 10, of the Revised
Ordinances, against all tho owners
of disorderly houses? You have
como into office pledged to reform,
and we propose to hold you to your
word. There has never been ft more
favorable time to make a begining.
Mayor Chase we know Is anxious
to enforce the charter in spirit
as well as in letter. He is
ready to aid you in any proper
effort for honest and thorough
reform. This can be done much
easier now, when the criminal
classes are under subjection. The
Bee has no war to make upon per
sons, but means to demolish the
83-stein that nourishes and main
tains corruption in any branch of
the public service.
In order to bring about reform we
must awake public sentiment to a
proper comprehension of the evils
which we now seek to abolish.
Marshal Snowden is a public officer,
and he has no right to claim exemp
tion from public criticism. If he
feels aggrieved, our columns are al
ways open for an explanation.
SOMETimiG FOE THE DOCTORS.
llicspecf fully referred to the State Medical
Medical scienco has achieved
another tiiumph, by an ojieration
which w:u successfully performed
in Chicago last Friday. The event
referred to was nothing less than the
transfusion of blood from a lamb
into the elns of a human being.
The patient is a German, aged
thirty-five, who is so far a victim to
consumption that all hope of his
recovery has been abandoned, and
the experiment alluded to was
adopted as a last resource for the
preservation of life. The ocration
was performed by Dr. Proegler, by
means of an apparatus specially de
signed for the purpose. Eight
ounces of blood were ejected into
the veins of the patient in ninety
seconds. The blood was drawn
from the main artery of the lamb
through a minute silver canule,
and tuen transmitted to the arm
of the patient through a gutta per
cha tube. Every heart-beat of the
lamb propelled the vital current.
For the first few seconds of the
transi ision the right arm began to
warm perceptibly, aud this increase
of temperature was followed by a
slight difficulty in breathing. Then
the patient became dizzy and every
thing was reeling around him, and
he thought that snow flakes
were falling. At the expiration of
ninety seconds the transfusion was
disc;) itinued, and by that time he
could scarcely breathe. In twenty
five minutes afterwards he fully re
covered, regained his usual pulse,
was ineaeerfulspiritsand conversed
with his wife. The final result of
the experiment is looked for with
intense interest, and if a life has
been safed, medical science has
gained an additional laurel, and
Chicauo has something to boast of.
The Cleveland Herald, one of our
most valued exchanges, comes to us
enlarged to an eight-page metropoli
tan daily. This is a very marked
improvement, which, we appre
hend, the people of the Forest City
will not be slow to appreciate. The
Herald is the leading newspaper of
.Northern Ohio, and its projrress
and prosperity has been synoomous
with the steady growth and in
creased prosperity of that section,
and particularly of the city of
Enoch Gaining Ground.
Bird's-Eje View of Salt Lake City.
Correspoudence of Thb Bek.J
Salt Lake City,
May 30, 1874. j
Enoch is gaining gnund. As
palpable as the fraud is, fear of ex
communication from the church,
and its consequent persecution, ig
norance, avarice and all other in
ducements the Devil can invent, is
driving the Mormon hordes into it.
Some clear-headed, sagacious busi
ness men like Col. Hooper, Wm.
Jennings and others, who have the
reputation of being able to furnish
their own brains, take none of it in
their's, and boldly proclaim their
ability to take care of themselves.
As B. Y. at the late conference dis
tinctly stated.that those who refused
to join the order could not expect
the fellowship of the church; it re
remains to be seen what will be
done with these promoters of dis
cord. Their services are too valuable,
their influence too powerful, to be
cast out entirely .and to allow them
to remain in important positions
within the church will not look well,
B. Y. may be able to solve the diffi
cultyhe has shown his usual dar
ing and persistence in pushing the
matter thus far hut that venerable
pate will undergo many severe
scratchings ere he unravels the
To give themselves up body and
soul, more comnletelv than ever,
may be expected of fanatical zeal
and bigotry, but independence and
virtue has not yet departed from all
Salt Lake is Just now In its most
charming habiliaments. Standing
on the elevation in the northern
part of the city you see before you
broad avenues lined with trees,large
blocks in which here and there
the pure white walls of numerous
cottages dot the green verdure, the
huge Tabernacle rearing its turtle
back roof amidst an army of labor
ers, the city hall, a fine stone struc
ture wth I13 illumined clock ; the
first national bank"hu'ilding, costing
one hundred and twenty thousand
dollars, towering above all surround
ings ; the Walker House, a fine brick
block; the Wasatch Hotel, nearly
completed, and Brigham Young's,
soon to be, palatial residence.
Beyond this to the south stretches
the valley, clothed in beautiful
green, plentifully snrjnkjed wjth
farms mW houses, anil smelters and
factories, until it appears almost
shut in by the mountains, which
liko giants, have approached to
within a short distance of each other
and there remain, a gap between
them into which neither venture to
encroacn. Even this gap is guard
ed by a towering, solitary mountain
which seems to have been plaped
by the Creator as a sentinel be
fore this gate to a Garden of Eden.
Tho snow has disappeared from
tho mountains to the north and
east of the city, and they seem car
peted with green to the very top ;
but as your eyes follow along down
the inountain ridge on the loft of
the valley, "they soon meet, first, a
white peak, then a long white streak,
which is some snow-piled ravine,
until twenty to thirty miles away
they rest upon the mountains of the
Big and Little Cottonwoods, still
covered, as in winter, in a deep
mantle of snow, relieved only here
and there with the gray, glistening
rock, or the deep green of scattered
On the right of tho valley the
morning sun first gilds the snowy
tops, but falls rapidly upon green
pastures, which seem to touch even
the edge of the snow.
Directly to the west lies the lake
barely seen In the distance. On
beyond is what seems in tho dis
tance another long, low range of
mountains; while nearer by, boldly
rising from the waters of the lake,
the rocky shore of Church Island
presents itself. The range of moun
tains on the west side of the valley
terminates abruptly at the head of
the lake by a single peak, standing
partially by itself, about half the
height of its fellows and a perfect
cone. Near this has lately been
built a fine hotel, and here also is
the steamer landing. 'Tis a wide
stretch of sixteen miles across the
Jordan bottoms to this point, but
the drive on a pleasant day and a
steamer ride on the lake on a moon
light night, affords a delight not
soon to be forgotten.
This is a picture, feebly drawn,
of the outside of Salt Lake City.
The inside would be painted in very
different hues. D. H. R.
The Army Bill.
Tho army bill which passed the
House Friday, makes a reduction in
the army of live regiments of In
fantry, one of cavalry, and one of
artillery. The number of men is
fixed at 23,000. Officers may re
sign with a year's pay. A board is
provided to weed out inconmetent
and inefficient officers. The grade
of Regimental Adjutant, Quarter
master, and company wagoner are
abolished. One Major abolished in
each regiment of cavalry and artil
lery. The aids of General of the
army reduced from G to 3. Adjutant-General's
from 16 to 7 permanent officers,
with 8 detailed officers. Inspector
Greneral's Department reduced from
8 to 5, with privilege of 4 detailed
officers. Bureau of Military Jus
rice, reduced from 9 to 4. Quarter
master's office, from 57 to 40, with a
detail of 10 men additional. Sub
sistence Department, from 25 to 17
with a detail of 6 additional. Medi
cal Department increased in reg
ular officers from 155 to 200. Con
tract Surgeons dimished from 173 to
75. Pay Department-reduced from
47 to 34. Ordnance Department is
reduced from 57 to 43, with 10 ad
ditional detailed officers. Provision
is made for paying army by drafts
on Treasurer. Secretary of War
can use discretion to order pay
ments in currency as heretofore,
whenever it works a hardship.
Officers are to be elected for
details on staffs by a board to sub
ject appoitments to a competitive
examination. They are to serve on
staff when detailed four years, with
an additional four years in any oth
er branch of staff, if detailed. The
officers who have been detailed to
do duty as professors in colleges ore
hereafter permitted to do that duty
as upon leave of absence. As va
cancies occur no appointments shall
be Blade until the number is reduced
to the "regular number, and after
that the promotions are to
go on as vacancies occur.
The principal opposition to
the bill was to .that part of it which
provided for payments by draft;
the reason given was that soldiers
would be shaved in disposing of the
drafts. The reason for putting this
provision in was founded upon ex
perience of payments made by the
pension office, by which 60 pension
agents pay 238,000 pensioners, four
times a year, at an expense to the
government of $470,000, whde lit
takes 46 paymasters to pay 20,000
troops six times a year, assisted
by as many clerks at an expense
of $350,000. The payment of
pensioners costing less than $2 a
head ; the payment of officers and
soldiers cost over 12 a head. The
bill, as reported by the committee,
was passed without a single amend
ment, although there were strong
efforts made to amend it in several
particulars and two motions made
tn lnv it nnon the table, and every
member of the committee but two
who spoke upon the subject opposed
the bill in whole or in part, the only
gentleman in committee who stood
by the bill being Generals Coburn
and Hawley, of Illinois.
The fastest time on record that
made by the Duchess of Edinburgh.
You can buy alligators five feet
long at Perry, Georgia, for $1 apiece;
but emigration thither has not set
in on that account.
The reason why dying men make
their wills and women neglect to,
is attributed to the fact that women
have had theirs all through life.
The Havilah Miner says : "They
sock et tu um up in Cerro Gordo,
the price for shooting two men
being the magnificent sum of $30."
In a recent trial In San Franciso a
witness testified that it was a com
mon thing for the old settlers to
drink forty to fifty times before eat
The most untalkative person sel
dom fails to make a few remarks
when with bare feet he steps on car
pet tacks at two o'clock in the morn
ing. The police of Charleston are de
scribed as amiable looking loungers,
dressed in blue sack-coats, blue
pants with a white stripe, and Pan
ama hats with long black streamers.
The St Peter (Minnesota) Irib
vne says the giantess with the Great
Eastern circus, weighing 712 pounds,
subscribes for one paper in every
town she visits. She wears a pan
nier. The compositor who made Gener
al Butler's inflamation of the bowels
read "inflation of tho bowels"
should rely more upon the Individu
al words and less upon the context.
One cf the jurors drawn in Trini
dad for the next term of court, has,
according to the Enterprise, just
finished a term in the penitentiary.
We may presume that he has re.
Robert Toombs says he does not
wish to go to Congress. He only
wants to be let alone. He has no
desire even to call over the names
of the members of his family on
A California editor brags of an
enormous egg that has been "laid
upon hs table," and triumphantly
asks: "Who ran beat it?" His ri
val replies? "If you will send it
around to our house, our wife will
A grave digger, walking in the
streets of a country town, the other
day, chanced to turn, and noticed
two doctors walking beside him.
He stopped till they passed, and
then followed on behind them.
"And why this?" said they. "I
know my place in this procession,"
The postmaster of Marvsville has
been afflicted with the following :
dear Sir'i Want too kno Iff there is
eny wone By the name off benoist
that getts there male of you and iff
There is i wont you Too send me
thereaddreslff you plese Frank ben
oist cedar falls iowa."
In Austin, Nevada, the boys en
joy the privilege of awlmming in
the reservoir which supplies the
town with drinking water; and al
luding to this fact the "Reveille"
very complacently observes: "It's
all the same ; boy does not affect
the water to any appreciable ex
tent." A boy, six years old, having been
much lectured by his father on the
babyishness of crying when any
calamity happened, cheered the pa
ternal heart, the other morning, by
saying: "Harry Bolton cried nearly
all day' 'cause his father died ; but
if you should die, pa, I wouldn't cry
Recently a Piute Indian shot and
killed a Chinaman near Genoa, Ne
vada. The sheriff, when arresting
the slayer, remarked he would prob
ably have the pleasure of hanging
him. "Oh no," replied the noble
red ; "no hang Injun. Me heap a
pay for him me got horse."
cor's Corners, was in the habit of
tuning tougu exaggerateu yarns. He
said that last summer while out a
mowing on hay he seed a fox,
chased him, and both leaped over
a stone fence into a bank of. snow
where he caught him. Uncle Eb
got called up in church for the
habit, and made this confession
before the congregation: "My breth
ren, I am sorry that I havo fallen
into the practice of telling more nor
the truth, and I have shed hogs
heads of tears over it myself." Eb's
brother when ho heard him go on
this way worsiiior ever" said when
he got out he camo as near swear
ing as the Methodist discipline
would allow. Lake Mahopao Her
ald. COUNT HARRIS.
His Body Found in the Platte
Leavenworth Time, June 2d.
The body of Count Harris was
found by a couple of boys on Sun
day evening last, May 1st, in the
sand, on the margin of Platte river,
near Edgarton Junction. $400 in
money and his gold watch and
chain were found upon his body.
The conclusion therefore, is, that he
was not murdered, as was generally
supposed ; but in his wandering, got
into the river, by some means, and
was drowned or frozen to death.
Sad as is the event, in itself, these
facts strip it of its hitherto darkest
feature, and will save the people of
Platte county from the charges,
which have been so freely made,
that there are many persons
within her limits who would
take life from mercenary mo
tives. A party of Count Harris
friends' camo down from St Joe on
the C.R.LAP. train on Monday
morning to attend to the remains of
the unfortunate man. We presume
the boys can riahtly claim the re
ward offered for the recovery of the
body. Quite a large number of the
curious assembled at the depot, at
Edgarton Junction, and the excite
ment was at fever heat as the train
passed down Monday morning.
The Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.,
Business transacted same as that
of an Incorporated Bask.
Accounts sept In Cnrrency or Hold
subject to sight check without no
Certificates of Deposit Issued pay
able on demand, or at fixed date
beariag interest at six percent, per
annas, and available in in all parts
of the country.
Adraaces made to customer? on
approred securities at market rates
Bay aud sell Gold, Bills of Ex
change, Government, State, County,
and City Bonds. '
We give special attention to nego
tiating Railroad and other Corpo
rate Loans issued within the State.
Draw Stent Drafts on TWlnnd.
Ireland, Scotland, and all parts of
Sell European Passage Tickets.
COLLLECIIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
J. IT. MILLARD
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Streets.
OMAHA, - h NEBRASKA.
Surplui and Profiti...
IJ11NANCIAL AGENT SKOP. THE UNITED
AND DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY FOR
THIS BANK DEALS
In Exchange, Government Bonds, Vouchers,
And soils drafts and makes collections on all
parts of Europe.
WDrafts drawn payable in gold or curren
cy en the Rank of California, San Francisco.
rpiCKETS FOR SALE TO ALL PARTS
-"- of Europe via the Cunard and national
Steamship Lines, and the Hamburg-American
Packet Company. jy27tf
Tho First National Bank
OP -tvt a -wr a T
Corner of Farhim and 13th UtrteU.
THE OLDEST BAHKIHQ E8TABLI8HMENT
(Successors to Kountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organized u a National Bank, August 29, 1865
Capital and Profits orer $25Q000
OFFICERS AXD DIRECTORS:
H. W. YATES,
a. j. popfleton, Attorney.
ben wood, Cashier.
X. W. Cor. Farnhaw aud 13th Sts.,
DEPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL
lar sece'ved and compound interest al
lowed on the same
Certificates of Deposit:
THE WHOLE OR ANY PART OF A DE
poslt after remaining in this Benk three
months, will draw interest from d.te of depos
it to payment. The whole or any part of a de
posit can be drawn atany time. au2jtf
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH.
) MVARD KUEHL,
MAGISTEH OF THE DEPARTED.
No. 498 10th St., between Far-bun & Harney.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obtain
or any one a view of the past, present and fu
ture. No fee charged in cases of sickness,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NE corner Farnham and Eleventh streets,
OMAHA. ... NEBRASKA.
. a-. snvrjpsoN'i
538 ft 640 Fourteenth Street,
(Offlce upstairs,) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriage
and Buggies on hind or made to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
OMASA OIT V
E. F. COOK,
537 14th Si, letwiM DongU and Dod
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and'Sheet Iron
Wre, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped. Japanned and French Ware on
hand. Tin Koofinr, Gutters and Spoullngand
JoliWork done tnd warranted. feb.ll
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
lGth street bet California and Webster. ,
WE KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
aupplr of FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. AUa a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at the low
it rates. WM. ADaT & KNUTH,
H. C WALKEB,
MANOFACTOttKK AND DEALER IN
BOOTS & SHOES
31013th St. Between Farnham and Douglas
LKWI5 S. KEED
BYRON REED & CO.
Tba Oldart KiUbllihad
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract ot Title to all Seal
but la Osaka and DoogUs ooontr.
Nos. 187, 189 and 191 Farnham Street.
TnTWAHE and THT1TERS' STOCK-
"-SOLE WESTERN AGENCY FOR
STEWART'S COOKING and 1TEATING ST0YES,
THE "FEABLESS," COOKING STOVES,
CHARTER OAK COOKING- STOVES,
All of Whlcli Willlic Sold at Jlanufactnrers' Prices, With Freight a dded.
p?2tt Send Tor Fxrloo X-l-Mta."
J. A. THORUP,
NEBRASKA SHIFT MANUFACTORY
SH'RTS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C &G.
J66?Shirt3 ofall kinds made to order. SatLsfation guarranteed,
HAWLEY & BURKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DELEBS IN
Farm l&acTiinery and Wagons,
No. 13 South 10th Street,
Fort Calhoun Mills.
TFXjOTTIR, FEED Sd meal
Maaufuctured with Great Care from the Best G rain.
General Depot, Cor. 14th. c& Dodge Sts,
W. S. RXCHARDSOIT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
AuiISlBnur-cturer ofDry ana Saturated ltooflajr andSbcathlng Felt.
ALSO DEALERS IK
Hoofing, Pitch, Coal, Tar, Etc., Etc.
ROOFING tnany pait of Nebiaska or adjoining States. Office opposite the Gas Worts, on
12th street. Address P O. Bor 452.
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth Street - Omaha., ITeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
WHO ESALE CANDIES
I am now maimlacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell at
Dealer.? in this State need not want to ir-i E wt Tn C INDIES.
Atrial Is solicited.
Douglas St- Ooriatli.
The King of theSE'.VIXO MACHINE WORLD as pre-eminently as Gold Eeigns In the
Realms of Finance.
SALES EOE 1873:
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines!
Reins over One Hundred and Thirteen Thousand more MaMnci than were sold by any other
Sewing Machipe Company during the same time.
It will hardly he denied uion tuch evidence that the superiority of the Singer i fu!lv de
monstrated. THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
CLARK & FRENCH,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
AND DEALERS IX -
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
je 1 ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY FILLED.
WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGESt-,betnl3th d 11th.
PAli klndi of turning execntoi promp'ly .and
at rexsonable prices. mthlOm."
OMASA, - IEBAAJX1,
Thelarrat and Uathowl Utweaa' CKcago
ud Ban Frandaco. s ."""''
Opened new Septcate SNIC-K73.
90 tf GEO. MgUX, Proprietor.
EL AM CLRK.
W. N. NASON, Agent,
NO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
BI0H PABM1HO LASD 1H HEBBASKAU
500 Hanscom Place Lots!
HOUSES AN1 LOTS In the dty of Omaha,
BOtiGS . UILI.
Eeal estate broaen.omce over Mackey'a store,
od Dodge U opposite cev postomce ap30m2
, No. 204J Farnham Street,
Between Twelfth, and Thirteenth Etreeti,
OMAHA, - - NEB.
ALL OEDEKS ATTENDED TO PROJ1PT
lyand executed in thi most loihionable
style. aVRepalrlng and cleaning a .peclalry,
and done In the best manner. myl-lia
MAX MEYER '4 BROTHER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
BlltlSBWI & m W If iB
llfllfM rt 1 lplBPl! 1 J
CHEAP FARMS! FREE HOMES
On the Lisa of the
Union Pacific Railroad
A Laid Gr&at of 12,000,000 Acres of tis bost FABMIHa aal MIXERAL Laads cf America
1,000,000 ACRES IN NEBRASKA IN THE UREAT PLATTE VALLEY
THE GABDES OF THE WEST NOW T0B SALE !
These lands are in the central portion of the United States, on the 41st degree of No.thLat
ltude, the central liueof the great Temperate Zone o! the American Ccntlnent, aud for grain
rowing and atoilc raising unsarpasseil by any In the United states.
0HEAIEB IN PEICE.morB favorable terms rives, asd more convenient tj mrk?t &3 ca
b fonad EUowhere.
FIVE and TEN YEAP.S' credit given with Interest at SIX TEK CENT
COLONISTS and ACTUAL 8ETULEB3 caa bay oa Tea Years' Credit. Laads a the aa
urice to all OBEDIT FDBCHA8EB3.
A Deduction TEN PEU CENT. FOU CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS. ,
And tlio Best Locations for Colonics !
yroo 2Exa,6iiBo to XHirolianora of Xj33.c3.
Send for new Descriptive Pamphlet, with
and Danish, mailed lree everywntre, Auare-u v. JC". v-. vr J..-
uly'iilswtl Land Commissioner U. P. K.K.C-0. Omaha, reu.
A. B. HUBERMANN & 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 TIME and FREIGHT by
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF C1URGE !
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
BRADY & McATJSLAND.
WH0LE3ALE AND BET AIL DEALEB3 IS
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Decorators' Materials.
533 and 535 Fourteenth St., - Omaha.
S C. ABBOT
S. C. ABBOTT & CO.,
-WTXnTIDO-W' SHADE ,
No. 188 Farnham Street. Omaha, Neb"
Publishers' Agents for School Books used Ib Nebraska.
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, &C.
Plaster Paris, Hair, Dry and Tarrcil Felt.
Sole Agents Tor Bear Creek
OFFICE A1 YAIil.: irkTIf A "FT A
Oa U. P. Tract, bet Farnham and Doj.Ios Sls.f JJLI.LA.,
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
OILS AXTiD WXUDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL AND
FAIBLIE & MONELL,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER:;
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
XTOTAHZAZi AUD X.02GB S3T.AT.iS.
Masonic, Odd Fellows
LODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS,
282 Doucln. Stroot,
v yiiIs. LawnsCciaitarles. L'k
lllh St let. Vaxnliaaiiod Ilarner
to a Homestead .iv
new maps, pcblNhed in Enslish, Grnan, 3 weed ,
TO BE AS REPRESENTED.-
Lime and Louisville CKWt";
HEAD - LIGHT OI
and Knights of Pytliiaj
BOOKS, liLANKS, ETC., A
- OTVT A TTa.. 1VEB,
- xeb CroaiL ul Public Park.
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