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On and alter October twenty-first, 1ST2, the
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E. ROSEWATEB. Publisher
Robert Toombs has called upon
President Grant, to protest against
the civil rights bill. That ought to
The defeat of the Oregon Inde
pendents virtually settles the fate of
the third party movement in Il
According to the 2Cew York
World, "Nebraska is being "done"
by peripatetic lightning-rod and ag
ricultural implement agents in Uie
jnost Nebraskally manner."
TnE Agricultural Congress, in
session at Atlanta, Ga., has adopted
,r.iiitlrmq looklmr to a union of
the cotton states and a direct trade
movement without special prefer
ence for any port. -"
TirH new postal law will inaugur
ate some very important changes in
the transportation of printed mail
matter. Newspaper puuitsuers aru
heseafter to prepay postage on all
papers except exchanges and week
ly newspapers circulated within the
oounty where such paper is pub
The Herald is greatly exercised
about the impending Senatorial
race, and much of its valuable space
Is devoted to wild speculations
about Republican candidates. How
about the Twin brother? Is he
practicing for the two-horse act on
his favorite trotters Granger and
The Bee is getting tired of whin
ing and growling about the Iowa
pool. Whining and growling will
not and paunot accomplish practi
cal results. That can only bo done
by co-operative action. If our
merchants and business men have
not spunk enough to organize and
adopt some well conoorled plan of
action, they deserve no sympathy,
and ougbt to submit to the oppres
siva impositions of the pool without
WmXE Omaha is waiting, Micaw
ber like, for something to turn up to
keep her on the tide of progressive
prosperity, Kansas City, her south
ern rival, Is actively Piigageu
building public Improvements, aud
improving her railway connections,
Work on the Kansas City water
works is progressing satisfactorily,
and the prospective completion of
these works has already very ma
terially enhanced the value of Kan
sas City property. And now they
have secured the terminus of the
Atchison, Topeka fc Santa Fe Rail
road, which promises to be a very
important commercial feeder.
It will be seen by the statement
of Mr. Felix Coste, President of the
St Louis School Board, that oppo
sition to the mixedchool feature of
the civil rights measure in that city,
will come from all classes, and that
"the German element are nearly all
against it." Herald.
Mr. Felix Coste, President of 'the
St Louis School Board, is evidently
a pupil of the old pro-slavery school.
That class of Bourbons never learn
anything and never can rid them
selves of their prejudices. The
German element of St Louis may
possibly be a unit in favor of keep
ing up caste In the public schools,
but they merely represent a senti
ment, for which the St Louis
school system and such Bourbons
as Mr. Felix Coste are responsible.
The German element in cities
where the mixed school system
prevails have so far manifested no
disposition to break it down. Take
the city of Cleveland for example.
The proportion of the German ele
ment to the other nationalities is
fully as great as that of St Louis.
The colored population is ever
For more than fifteen years there
has been no distinction on account
of race or color in these public
schools. The best evidence that
these schools are extensively pat
ronized by the German element, is
the fact that in nineteen of these
public schools the children of Ameri
cans, Germans and Negroes, are re
ceiving instruction in the German
The aristocracy of Cleveland will
compare favorably for culture and
refinement with the aristocracy of
any city in the Union. And yet the
sons and daughters of these aristo
crats may be found in the Cleveland
High School competing for the hon
ors with the sons and daughters of
the German mechanic or the negro
Even Mr. Felix Coste would bo
forced to admit that the mixed pub
lic schools of Cleaveland and De
troit are far superior to the unmix
ed schools of St Louis. Right here
we may as well direct the attention
of tho Herald to a historical fact
that fully illustrates the effect of
Caste prejudices upon a nation. Only
ono hundred years ago the Jews,
in Germany, were just as much des
pised, shunned and ostracised
as tho negroes have been in the
former Amerjcan slave states.
In those days a Jew had no rights
which a good Christian was bound
to respect They were excluded
from all participation in public
affairs, and deprived of the right to
become owners of the soil. They
were compelled to wear a distinc
tive dress, and confined in the most
loathsome and pest jlent jaj quarters of
every city. Tho public schools were
closed against them, and even the
most ignorant and degraded peas
ant, considered himself socially su
perior to the despised Jew.
What would the Germans of
1774 say If they could bejiold the
great change wrought among their
descendants by a century? In
stead of being persecuted, ostracised
and disfranchised the Jews now oc
cupy some of the most exalted po
sitions in the social, political and
scientific circles of Germany. To
day the njost eminent professors in
tho universities of Qermany are
Jews. In the common schools, in
every educational institution, in the
schools of science, art, literature and
music the Jews have achieved a
recognized distinction. So much
for national prejudices and Caste.
THE LOHO SAYS.
ST W. D. UOWEIXS,
Tea! ther art here again, the long, long days.
After tha da-ra of winter, pinched and
Soon, with a thousand minstrels comes tha
Lata the swact robin-hjunted dusks delays.
But the long daya that bring us back the
The sunshine aud the quiet dripping rain,
And all the things we know of spring.again,
The long days bring not the long-lost hours.
The hours that now seem to hare been each one
A summer in itself, a whole life's bound,
Filled full of deathless joy, whore, in his
Hare these forever faded In tha sun.
The fret, the fever, the unrest endures,
Eut the time flies ... .Ob, try, my
Coming so hot and play-worn, to be glal
And patient of the long hours that are yours.
J una Atlantic
' Come here, my little daughter,
Come hither to me, I pray ;
To the question I ask I deslie
To hear what you will say ;
Supposing some kind fairy
bhould give you wishes three,
Tell me, ur little darling,
Wnat would these whiles be ?
" Would they be, my little treasure,
Say. would they bofor Wealth,
And that boon above all others
The priceless blessing Health
Aud would you wish for Beauty,
For Learning or for Fame
Tell me, and tell me truly,
The wishes you would n.-we."
"Oh. no, my father," she replied
"Nut any, if you please ;
I'd wish that I could do an act
Upon the high trapeze;
And then I'd wish that I nii&ht hare
Two educated bogs;
And last but best-l'd wish that I
Could do a dance with clogs,"
The first important bill looking
toward the solution of the cheap
transportation problem, has passed
the Lower House of Congress. It
provides for the construction of the
Fort Saint Philip canal, below New
Orleans, and the improvement of
the mouth of the Mississppi. To the
people of the Mississippi and Mis
souri valleys, these improvements
will eventually be of incalculable
value. Water transportation must
always remain the cheapest, and
we anticipate the day is not very
distant when the Missouri aud
Mississippi rivers shall become the
principal and favorite outlet for the
grain exported from the grain pro
ducing regions of the great West
It k to bo hoped tliis bill will pass
the Senate before the adjournment
ao that work may be commenced
ea these great national improve
ments during ihe present year.
The University of Virginia cata
logues 333 students for its fiftieth
The Rochester Theological Sem
inary has just graduated ten young
A feminine student takes the sci
entific honors at the Indiana State
University this year.
Thirty-six young lawyers were
graduated the other day from the
National University, Washington.
Dr. McNamara, President of Ne
braska College, will go to England
during the school vacation.
A competition between the differ
ent .t-chools of Indiana has been pro
posed, and will probably be carried
The annual convention of the
German teachers of tho United
States will be held at Detroit on the
4th, oth ami 9th of August
Union Academy of Bellevue, N.
Y., Mill be 50 years, old this month,
ami Mill celebrate that antiquity on
June 11 aud 12.
The Univcrsit-of London has de
cided, by a vote of eighty-three to
sixty-live, that "it is desirable that
women should be permitted to take
degrees in the University."
If our Telegraphic advices touch
ing President Grant's views on the
financial policy of the future may
be relied on, the prospect for the
enactment of any currency bill by
,tfee present Congress is decidedly
4oabtful. President Grant an
niiunrrn himself an uucompromis
lag convert to -the contraction
policy, and in favor of specie re
fumption within the next two
Tbis is more than even tho most
urInecontractionists would ex
pect to accomplish. Horace Gree
ley Med to say "the way to bring
about resumption is to resume," and
Greeley was doubtless correct in
theory," but it is a theory that would
prave a failure if the Government
should attempt to put int prac
tice. While we do not believe that in
flation of the currency M-ould afibrd
any reHef to any part of the coun
try, we do not believe that our
flnancial policy should be regulated
by President Grant's term of office.
While specie resumption on July
4th, 1876, might be very flattering
to his personal pride the consequent
eetraoUoB in yalae3 might prove.
Vry diMstroue to the country.
Boston has now 9 high schools,
49 grammar schools, and 414 pri
mary schools. The average num
ber tr pupils the past year was 45,
090, and the teachers number 1,202.
The Michigan State Public School
at Colilwater now receives depen
dent children.and will instruct them
in such industries as will give them
a useful place in life.
The latest punishment for dere
Iect Massachusetts school-boys, is to
repeat the civil-rights bill back
wards. Where is the blood of the
Boston bovs who demanded the
frog-tond for a skating rink?
An Idaho school teacher bas in
troduced a new feature in his school.
When one of the girls misses a
word the 003 Miio spells it gets per
mission to kiss her. As a result, the
girls are fast becoming poor spellers,
while the boys are improving.
Out of 97 aspirants for admission
at West Point, 32 have been re
jected because they could not
"write, spell, or cipher, or were not
familiar with maps or grammar."
This is not, as some may think, a
commentary on our publio school
system, but upon tho negligence of
these youtus tor tailing 10 auenu
the public schools.
The Catholics of San Francisco
are evidently in earnest about edu
cating their children in their own
way. The bazar just held took in
over $10,000, M'hich, we believe, will
clear off the debt on the $80,000
school for boys, recently put up.
Besides this school, which will ac
commodate nearly 1,000 pupils and
is already well filled, there are the
large schools of the Sisters of the
Presentation and the Sisters of
Charity, and a number of smaller
Aulowa justice offers to marry
couples at two shillings a marry,aud
yet he can't excite any enthusiasm.
The wedding of the Rev. Dr.
Bellows and MissPeabody will take
place in New York the third Meek
An octogenarian of Bristol, Me.,
has incurred popular resentment by
taking a bride of fourteen to his
Bristol board and bed.
A married couple in Washington,
Oregon, weigh, in the aggregate,
400 pounds, the M'ife M-eighing about
275 and the husband 125.
"We Kissed Each Other by the
Sea" is the name of the last Yale
poem. " By the season" is the way
some couples like it and M'ant
oceans more, until after the wed
ding, At Springfield, III., Miss Martha
Penny has sued Nathan Antle for
$5,000 for breach of promise. The
odds are great against her $5,000
to a penny.
A woman should never consent
to be married secretly. . She should
distrust a man who has any reason
to shroud in darkness the act M'hich
in his own estimation should be the
crowning glory of his life.
A young man in Kansas City,
who was engaged to be married,
saw one of his sweetheai t's stock
ings floating from a clothes-line
the other day and concluded he
"A Kansas man sent his M'ife
after the cows, and she came home
dumb as an oyster." Noah Count
says ho knows lots of married
friends of his M'ho M'ill invest in a
cow pasture each with as little delay
as their finances M'ill allow.
It is a beautiful sight to attend an
Arizona wedding. The bride in
white the happ3 groom the
solemn minister the smiling par
ents, and from twenty-five to forty
shot guns standing against the M'all
ready for use, make up a panorama
not soon forgotten.
It was the Detroit Free Press that
gives publicity to tho fact that
Maria Lovejoy, of Fond du Lac, is
noM' pushing her fourth breach of
promise suit, and tho railroad has
had to put an extra train on for the
benefit of young men M'ho M'ant to
get out of that town.
According to the Wilmington
Gazette, there is a woman living in
Pencader Hundred,Ne wcastle coun
ty, JJeiaM'are, who has been mar
ried twenty-four years, and M'ho
last week gave birth to her twenty
third child, M'hich makes her record
one child per year since her mar
riage. A female mule got come up Mith
at Salisbury, Vt, the other day.
She was to be married, and the
house stood all ready furnished ; but
she suddenly backed out ot the
traces. The young man, however,
M'as equal to the occasion, for he
went and asked her sister to have
him. And so the house M'as occu
pied, after only a M'eek's delay.
Mrs. Mary A. Donaldson, the di
vorced M'ife of the celebrated bal
loonist, Mas married at Heading,
Pa., on Thursday evening last, to
Thomas Nankervis, of Berks county,
a handsome young felloM- M'ho has
just returned from M-orking in the
Lake Superior copper mines. The
parties had first met and made each
other's acquaintance in the forenoon
of that day.
Anouier maicn oroKen up. Tins
is between a clerk in a M'ell-kuoM-n
dvy goods store and a young lady on
Ilssex street It M'as so warmon
Friday that she had the parlor M'in
dow up, and he stood on the laM'n,
and they M'ero cooing to each other,
and he M'as just reaching up for an
other kiss,M'hen the sash came down
like a flash, and knocked oil the
peak of his nose and scalped his
chin, ana he uoppea around so
madly, and hoM'led so dreadfully,
that the old gentleman thought he
was drunk, and had him kicked out
of tho yard M'ith a great deal of os
tentation. Monday morning ho went
Bishop Cummins is going to Ken
tucky for his health.
Mr?. Caroline A. Soule, the story
writor, has taken to preaching.
The Rev. Prof. D. W. Marks has
been elected Vice-Dean of the Uni
versity College of London. This is
the first time that this honor has
been conferred upon an Israelite.
June 1C and 21 are the dates of
the anniversaries of the election and
coronation of the Pope. The Ameri
can pilgrims expect to participate in
ceremonies on those dates in Rome.
The Dunkards have decided in
their national convention that no
member of that church should keep
a pinno or other ilngodly instrument
of sound in his house.
The Methodists of Evanston, Illi
nois, are talking of an excursion to
tli'e Rocky Mountains, M'ithin a few
M'eeks. There are two Methodist
Churches to be dedicated at Evans
ton about that time.
The latest rumor about Bishop
Dupanloup's visit to Pome is that
he has been called to the feet of the
Pope, to be told that if he shall not
soon submit to and acknowiedge
the dogma of infallibility he wi'l be
The diocesan conventions two
in Pennsylvania and one in Virgi
nia have lately passed resolutions
condemning thespread of Ritualism
in the Protestant Episcopal Church
and demanding of the next General
Convention to stop it. The bishop
of one of those conventions has at
the same time condemned in un
measured terms the reformed move
ment. Bihop Harris M'rites that he
would spend the month of May
visiting the mission stations in
Turkey; that he M-ould attend the
Irish Conference in Dublin June 17,
the German Conference in ScholT
hauscn July 2, and the British Con
ference July 29. Tho Bishop hopes
to visit Scandinavia also, and to get
back to New York in time for the
Episcopal meeting in October.
Marcy Avenue Baptist church,
Brooklyn, is in au encouraging con
dition. The house is inadequate to
the congregation. There have been
fifty-six baptisms in four months,
and the membership has increased
from 49 to 179. A contract has been
made for the building of a lecture
room, which M'ill hold 600 people,
leaving lots 85x100 for a church.
Tho ground will be broken for the
new edifice, and the corner stone
laid at once,
Pere Jeanguenat, one of the dis
possessed Catholic cures of S'itzer
lantl, is very pugnacious. His hos
tile attitude toward the authorities
caused a warrant for his arrest to be
issued, but he M'as ahvays kept in
safety by an armed guard of retain
ers. Recently he paraded through
Bomol M'ith his folio. vers. As he M'as
returning, with 2 servants at night to
his refuge in France, two gendarmes
stopped his carriage. The cure M'as
equal to tho necessity, hoM'ever.
He leaned from the vehicle and
struck one of the officers senseless
M'ith a cudgej. Tho horses M'ere
then urged on, and the apostle of
the Church Militant escaped over
The Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.,
Business transacted same as that
of an Incorporated Bank.
Accounts kept in Currency or Gold
subject to sight check without no
lle. Certificates of Deposit Issued pay
able on demand, or at fixed date
bearing interest at six percent, per
annum, and available in in all parts
of the country.
Adrauces made to customers on
approved securities at market rates
Bay and sell Gold, Bills of Ex
change, Government, State, Comity,
and City Bonds.
TVe give special attention to nego
tiating Railroad and other Corpo
rate Loans issued within the State.
Draw Sight Drafts on England,
Ireland, Scotland, and all parts of
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in Exchange, Government Bonds. Vouchers,
And sills drafts and makes collections on all
parts of Eurojic
aWDrafts drawn parahlo in gold or curren
cy on the Bank of California, San Francisco.
TICKETS FOR SALE TO ALL PARTS
of Europe via the Cunard and Rational
Steamship Lines, and the Hamburg-American
Packet Company. jy27tf
The Rev. Mr. Murray's method
for siarting a balky horse, is to com
mence a sermon on him.
The Rev. Dr. West, of Cincin
nati, declared in a recent sermon
that the "citizens of that city have
well nigh made Sodom and Gomor
Profundissimus has discovered
that the reason why the Jews will
not eat pork is because their Scrip
tures contain the malediction,
"Cursed be Ham."
"Patrick," said the priest, "how
much did you steal?" "Well, I may
as ell confess to your riverence
for the whole stack, for I am going
auer tne wnole stack to-night."
It is understood that when an or
thodox deacon "feels swear all
over," he mutters "Infant damna
tion," with a heavy swell on the
A Texas railroad superintendent
refused to give a hard-shell preacher
a pass. The preacher humbly re
marked tuat lie was nothing but a
Ioor worm of the dust, and "Supe"
replied that railroads never passed
"What is heaven's best gift to
man?" asked a young lady the
other night, smiling sweetly on n
pleasant-looking clerk. "A boss !"
replied the young man with great
At Trevitlo, Lombardy, a priest
lias just been sentenced to seven
months' imprisonment for a practi
cal joke. He put a strong emetic
into the wine used in the celebra
tion mass, to punish two priests
with whom he had held sundry dis
putations. One of tho victims was
ill for a week.
The First National Bank
OF OTVT A TT-gL.
Corner of Farham and 13tb Street.
THE OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
(Successors to Kountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organized as a National Bank, August 26, 1863
Capital and Fronts over $250,000
OFFICERS AND DIEECTOBS :
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STEWAJtT'S COOKING and HEATING ST0YES,
THE "FEABLuSS," COOKING STOVES,
CHARTER OAK COOKING- STOYES,
AllofWhlch Will he Sold at Wanufactnrers' Prices, With Freight a d Jed.
pif!E2!j if ifl IB fl: il ' It
ini in I mam M:
CHEAP FAEMS! FEEE HOMES
On the Lire ol tht
Union Pacific Railroad
A Land Grant of 12,000,000 Acres of tij oejt TABBING and MINERAL Lwis or America
1,000,000 ACRES IX MBIASKA IX THE UKEAT rLATTE YALLF.I
THE GARDEN OF THE WEST NOW TOR SALE !
These Ian Js are In the central portion ot the United Statei, on tbe list degree ot Ko.thLflt
itude, the central lineol the great Temperate Zoneo! the American Continent, and for train
rowing and stock raising unsurpassed by any in the United States.
0 HEATER IN FRI0E,mnre f&Torabls terms sjren. and more cost nisnt to mvkat tta ca
be found EUavnare.
Sond for 3Prioo Ziists.
Vice Pros' t.
ir. W. YATES,
A. J. poppletox, Attorney.
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C0L0NIST3 and ACTUAL SETULER3caji bay oa Tea Years' Credit Laali at the ia
nrlce to all CREDIT PURCHASERS.
A Deduction .TEN PEtt CENT. FOR CASH.
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Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead ci
Froo 27visso to Furolxanors oX Xaua.c3.
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lar seee'red and compound interest al
lowed on the same.
-Sga.cliiT.ery and "Wagons,
No. 13 South lOtu Street,
Fort Calhoun Mills.
A ludicrous scene was witnessed
on a Rensselear and Saratoga train
the other day. A newly-married
couple entered the car and took a
seat. The husband wanting to
smoke, left his wife and went into
the smoking-car. The bride began
to doze, and while sho slept a
stranger entered the car, and as it
was crowded, quietly, took a seat
besde the young wife. Shortly she
began to nod, and doubtless imagin
ing that her husband was still in
the seat, gentlj' reclined toward the
stranger, and soon her head fondly
nestled on Ills breast At this junc
ture the husband entered. He stood
in mute astonishment in the aisle
until the lady awoke, and, realizing
the situation, drew back in amaze
ment suflused with blushes. The
stranger explained, the husband was
satisfied, and the wife tried hard to
A long-winded Chinese "exhaus
ter," a convert to Christianity, holds
lorth to ins countrymen at China
town, San Jose, every Saturday
afternoon. It is said that most of
his congregation look upon him as a
hutrc joke, but that he "don't allow-
any of them to get away with him." 1
lie preaches from notes asvoluinm
ous as rolls of wall paper.
Fsishionable milliner "You'll
have the flower on the left side of
the bonnet, of course, madamc?"
Fashionable lady "Well er no !
The fact is there's a pillar on the
leusiacoi my pew in cnurcn, so
that only the right side of my head
is seen by the congregation. Of
course, I could change my pew !"
Fashionable lady's husband "Ya
as. ur even tne cnurcn, you know,
if necessary." (Fashionable mil
iner considers the point,) Punch.
Van Pelt, the converted 'Vienna,
Ohio, saloon keener, declares in the
following pithy communication that
he is no back-slider: "I have not
leftofT lecturing and again turned
to wallow, thank god 1 have been so
far stedfast and stronger in the
Faith of it Being the work of God.
I hope you will Be as Promt in un
doing the great cavel as j-ou was in
making a fals Report that you knew
to Be false for I am still in field of
labor ansering all the cals I can
whitch keeps me on the constent
Certificates of Deposit:
THE WnOLE OR ANY PART OF A DE
posit after remainine in this Bonk 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. aug2Stf
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH.
AIAGISTKK. OF THE DEPARTED.
Ho. 498 10th St., between Farnham & Harney.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obtain
or any one a Tiew of the past, present and fu
ture. No fees charged in cases of sickness,
E 7S7" 1 3ST ZE :EC Obi I 3 .
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
FLOTJ FEED 8g TEJLIj
Manufactured wilh Great Cure from Ihe Best Grain.
General Depot, Cor. 14t2i c& Dodge Sts,
S. E. Cor. 13th &; Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS.
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE OB RETAIL.
Save TIME and
Ordering' of Us.
ENGRAYIXG DONE FREE OF CILLRGE
GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED.
may 9-1 r.
EL AM CLARK.
W. S. HICHAUDSOIT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
And OlanuAtcf urer of Dry an 1 Saturated lloofln and Slieii!hln Felt.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Roofing, Fitcn, Coal, Tar, Site, Etc.
ROOPlKC In any patt of Nebraska or ad.oining States. Office 01 posite tie. O.s Works, on
12th street. Address P. O. Dor 432.
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and . Stationery ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth, Street, - Omaha., XTeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL S1H00L BOOKS
WHO ESALE CANDIES
I am now manufacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell at
BRADY & McAUSLAND.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALER3 IS
W-IEHIITE LEA.X), OOHLOIEis
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Decorators' Materials.
533 and 535 Fourteenth St., - Omaha.
C. ABBOIT & CO.,
Booksellers 1 Stationers
WAXA PAPEHS, D2C0RATZ02TS,
Dealers In this State need not want to o East f i
Atrial Is solicited.
The King of the SEWING MACHINE
Realms of Finance.
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Office cp stain.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriages
and Buggies on hand or made to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
WORLD as prs-cniincntly as Gold Reigns In
E. F. COOK,
537 14ta Bt, oeten Douglas, and Dod
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper andSheet Iron
W.re, and dealer In
Cooking and Heating stoves
fitimwJ. Jananned and French Ware on
hand. Tin Uoo&n, Gutters and Spoutingand
SALES FOR 18T3:i
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines!
Being OTer One Hundred and Thirteen Thousand more Machines than were sold l,y any other
Sewing Machine Company during the same time.
It will hardly be denied upon such evidence that the superiority of the Singer is fullr de
monstrated. THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
-VTTlSTlDOr SKCA.IDE ,
No. 188 Famham Street. Omaha, Neb
PnMishers' Agents Tor School Boots used ia Nebraska.
WM, M. FOSTER,
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, &C.
Plaster Paris. Hair, Dry ami Tarred Felt.
Sole Agents Tor Hear Creek Lime anil Louisville Ucincit
On U. P. Track, tet'Farnhaui and Douglas Sts. OJV1A. JuL A, " JN hi L.
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
OIZ.S AITS WINDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT OIL
OMAHA - NEBRASKA
W. N. NASON, Agent,
SO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
Jot) Work done and
There is a hotel in Oshkosh that
has the reputation of not having a
single bed-bag in it, Tho fact is
they are all married and have large
families. Green Bay Advocate.
The Boston Post is inexpressibly
disgusted that the King of Siam
aIka.bL1 kk Cit fWl m I rx-k1 4VtM
dinner-set Wn he could get a sup- ly kbdng the book too often -with
erior one in Boston for ?iw. jjuto .
Says the Memphis Ledger:
"Martin Walsh is on trial in the
criminal court to-day, for the rob
bery of several Chinamen. The
Chinese prosecutors, Ah Lee and Ah
Gin, testified in a most intelligent
manner. They held a China saucer
in their left hands, their right hand
held upward, as they dash
ed their saucer on tho
court-room floor, they raised
their eyes to heaven, and
murmured over some prayer, an in
vocation to God that if they told not
the truth, may they be broken into
pieces like the saucers, and never
go upward hereafter. The Chinese
oath is more religious and solemn
than the Christian style of flippant-
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
ICth street bet California and Webster.
KEEP OK HASD THE BEST
sunnlr of FRESH AU SAUtU
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Breatlast uacon, at me low
st rates. WM. AUST & KXUTH,
H. U WALKEB,
3CANUFACTUKKK AJfl) DKAT.ER IK
BOOTS & SHOES
510 13th SL Between Farnham and Donglaa
BYXOX BSEO. LKWI3 S. HEED
BYRON REED & GO.
The Oldest Established
-Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract ot Title to all.EeJ
Estate In Omaha and Donglaa ceoatT.
CLARK & FRENCH,,
AXD DEALERS IN
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green- Fruits in Season.
FAIRLIE & MONELL,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
XTOTAZUAZi A2TD XiOEGB SEAX.S.
Masonic, Odd Fellows and KnigWs of Pytliias
LODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS, BOOKS, BLANKS, ETC., AT
4-EASTERX PRICES A2sD EXPRESS.-a
282TJotiBlas Stzroot, "TVT Vl
ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY FITTED.
"WOOD, HORN and IVORY
DODGESUbetnl3th d 14th.
AU kinds of jnrnlng executed promptly . and
at reasonable prices. mchlOmS
100,000 ACHES I
BICff FAHM1HQ LASD Iff HBKASK4 Z
500 Jranscom Place Lots!
HOUSES AKD LOTS in the city of Omaha,
for sale chean and on rood terms.
BOUGS ts, UILI.
Beat estate brokers.office orer Mickey's store,
on Dodze st. opposite new postofSce ap30n2
OMAHA, - HEBEASEA'
The largest and best hotel between Chicago
tad San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th. 1S73.
s)0 U GEO. THKAT.T.. Proprietor.
. No. 04 Farnham Street,
Between- Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets,
OMAHA, - - NEB.
ALL ORDEKS ATTENDED TO PROMFT
Irrnd execcted In the most fashionable
lyie.y auj-i;cpairing and cleaning a specialty, I
and dine In the best manner, inyl-lm J
a alafeS39aHEKiaM pEM .t
. -. . --tr- frVa
For Yards Lawns, Ccmetaries, Ware Uronas aia !" L"'"
Shop and Offi: a OMAJtLA
Itlh Ft Ut. Farnham and Harney j jj. .u
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