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THE OMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL FJLPEK OF THE CITY.
WSSO jrox desire any contributions wheterer
ei a laarary or poetical tlaaracter; aad ve
mot undertake to preeerre, or to return
keeae,lnanTeaae whateTer. Our Sun
letnieleBUy large to more than aPP1roar
Fn span In that direction.
fyiv.ni of Wuni, In full, must In each
MdrrarycaM accompany any communica
sienef what nature soeTer. This ii notin-
- node! ier punlieailon, but tor .or owb buV
feetfeaaaiaeproef o! good faith.
OCB Omwit Fexkds we will alwaya be
pleased to bear Iram, on all matter! connected
with crop, country politics, and on any sub
ject whateTer ef general interest to the peo
ple of ear State. Jtnr information connect
ed with the election, and relating- to Coeds,
eeUenta. etc, will be gladly receired. All
bob, eoaamunleatlone, boweTer, must be
Brief Bepoaaible; and they mart. In all cases,
be writtea npon one aide of the aheet only.
XVL An0iaaojm of candidate! for office
Esther aade by aelf or friends, and
arBetker as ntt" or communications to the
Edller, are (aatll nomination! are made)
la!plypeol,BiwUl Ucharged as ad
vertiaesaenu. jsileeatHualcaUoaeakouU he addressed to
. B08EWATEX, Editor and Pnbllaher, Draw-
9m aa after October twenty-first, 1872, the
Jty escalation of the Pailt But is assumed
y Mr. Edwin Deris, to whole order all sub-
asripttoaa net paid at the office will be payable,
ail by whoa all receipts for subscriptions will
E. BOSEWATEU. FaMlsber
BwafiAM's Omaba champion is
consistent In nothing except his in
tense devotion to Bonapartism and
Captain Jack and Louis Napol
eon are mouldering in their graves,
but their Omaha organ is still fight
ing their battles with uncompromis
-j: JOvtLTwnl contemporaries arebe-
ginning to do ome mouth opening
on the impending political crisis.
, The first response to the open chal-
Clengo of- Brigadier General Welch,
OomM iron a rurui xveyuuuuou
newspaper, way down in bewara
county. That Journal, the Seward
Reporter, attempts to Wast the
General's political aspirations at onp
foul blow, by the following pinr
puttie and blunt declaration : "It
Is useless tor the West Point Repub
lican to waste its blank cartridges
on any suggestions for anddates
north of the Platte, as that section
has the Representative in Congress,
and the people south of the Platte
will have an indisputable right to
name a man for Governor from
M. Pazti. de Cassaqxac, the
editorial bully of the Bonapartists,
has published an open challenge to
the Republican members of the
French Assembly to prove the qual
ity of their political convictions
with the duelling pistol or rapier.
This appeal to the logia of cold lead
and cold steel is evidenltiy in lull
accord with the course pursued by
the Bonapartist leader, Count St.
Croix, in violently assaulting Gam
betta for words spoken in debate in
the French National Assembly,
The rule of Bonapartism in
France has ever been the rule of
tyrannical brute force. In its day
f glory it gloried in the cowardly
assassination of that promising
young journalist, Victor Nolr, by
Pierre Bonaparte; and to-day it
would glory in the assassination
of Gambetta, Thiers, and other
Republican leaders, who seek to
prevent the re-establishment of the
empire. We apprehend that there
are more than one hundred Repub-
lican members in the Assembly
vwho would not quail before the
hyena-eyes of DeCassagnac, but
they have too much self-respect to
degrade their positions aa Represen
tative, by engaging in a series of
QiMtieAi to be Answered.
-Which of the Iowa railroads have
charters authorizing them to pass
through Council Bluffs?
la not the Chicago fc Northwest
ern railroad and the Chicago &
Rock Island railroad controlled by
the same parties?
" How, or in what way, .do the
Omaha papers expect to affect the
"Bool" roads by their onslaught on
Has the Union Pacific ever seri
B ously tried to break up the pooling
Is itnoc quite within the power of
the Union Pacific to break up the
pool business and bring one of the
pool roads across the bridge into
Omaha if it chooses ?
' la It not a fact that if one of these
roads can be . induced to run its
- trains across the bridge, the others
-will soon follow suit?
Will the Omaha papers answer
these questions leriatim f We want
this Information for our readers and
the public generally. Grand Island
" Inasmuch as the information
sought by our Grand Island con
tessporary may prove of general in
terest the Bee responds to the in
vitation by briefly answering each
of the questions propounded above.
First. All of the Iowa and Mis
aoari railroads centering at Council
Btufb have charters authorizing
them to run to the western boundary
of the State of Iowa.
Even if their respective charters
Axed their termini at 'Council
they would still have the
right to extend their tracks to the
awaks of the Missouri river, since
these banks are also the western
hfmnikrj lines of the city of Coun
cil Bluffs. The right of either or all
of these roads to run trains beyond
the boundaries of the State of Iowa
eeuld be challenged only by Ne
braska. One of them, the Kansas
"CMy St Joseph road, has been
rtemnlBg through palace cars out of
Omaha U.P. depot for some months,
ud nobody has attempted to dis
pute their right to do so.
- Beeoad. It Js understood that Jno.
F. Tracy, president of the Rock
Island road, is a large holder of
dricagoeVNorthwestern stoek. He
was, until last year, president of
both Toads; He .was superceded
by Mr; Albert Keep, of Buffalo,
threagh'the Lake Shore influence
of the late Horace F. Clark, whose
death has, however, prevented the
consummation of the effort to put
one of these roads under direct con
trol of the managers of the Lake
Shore and Union Pacific.
Third. The Omaha papers expect
to affect the pool by exposing its un
just and oppressive operations, and
by moulding public opinion into ao
Tive r esistance.
Fourth. Under its charter, the
Union Pacific is bound to afford
equal facilities to all the connecting
roads at its terminus. It cannot
discriminate in favor of one, or
against the other, without violating
The managers of the Union Pa
cific repeatedly tendered the use of
their bridge and its approaches to
each and all of the lines of the
pool, on fair and liberal terms. The
pool roads have repeatedly and col
lectively declined to accept such
terms. They have also declined a
lease of the bridge, upon the condi
tion that they pay the interest on
the bridge bonds, and the cost of re
pairs. Fifth. The only way the Union
Pacific could force one of the Pool
roads to cross over the bridge would
be by obtaining a controlling inter
est in the road, and that might in
volve an outlay which its mana
gers are not prepared to meet
Sixth. There is no doubt that
whenever one of the pooling roads
shall come over Into Nebraska the
others will follow.
If the editor of the Grand Island
71 mes can devise and successfully
execute a plan to draw one of the
pool roads over he will achieve
imperishable fame and the people
of Omaha and Nebraska will hail
him as their benefactor and savior.
Several of our State exchanges
are laboring under the erroneous
impression that New Mexico has
already become a State. For their
benefit we would remark that
the bill to admit New Mexi
co is still pending in the Sen
ale and Nebraska still remains the
baby State in the Union.
A convention Is to be held in St.
Louis in August by prominent
river steamboat men, to devise some
plan for reviving navigation in the
Mississippi and Missouri rivers.
Nebraska and Omaha ought to send
delegates to this convention The
cheapest trasportation for the peo
ple of the Missouri valley must
alwny bo water transportion.
Kasson, of Iowa, who recently
declined a renomination to Con
gress, has Issued a supplementary
declaration to the effect that "he
lias neither bid farewell to the Re
publican party nor hail to another,
but simply desired to leave his
friends and opponents free to choose
as, they would." In other words,
Mr, Kasson has been chewing the
cud of reflection, and has now come
to the conclusion that it would not
be so bad to run for another term on
the Republican ticket after all.
A Wisconsin minister has been
dismissed from an orlhodox pulpit
because he built a fire untlera balky
"Haddam, Conn., is not afraid of
the measles," says The World; and
that's Haddam poor joke, as well as
an old one
The hoodlums of Salem, Oregon,
have stolen the Joss of the Chinese.
There is wailing and gnashing of
teeth among the pig-tail fraternity.
A sacrilegious Episcopalian or
ganist in Philadelphia has adapted
the "Mandolinata" and "Shoo Fly"
to the Gloria Patrl. The effect is
A Texas railroad superintendent
refused to give a hardshell preacher
a pass. The preacher humbly re
marked that he was nothing but a
poor worm of the dust, and the su
perintendent replied that railroads
never passed worms.
"drunkard;" "atheist;" tool of the
whisky-ring;" "infidel;" 'bummer;'
"Sabbath breaker;" these are the
gentle titles bestowed by a Colum
bus clergyman upon the unhappy
editor of the State Journal.
The Rev. J. Jaszkenitz, a Polish
preacher ia Winona, lias sued thirty-two
of his congregation for pew
rent. They refused to pay because
he called tiiem empty heads in his
pulpit, and they claim the truth
should uot be spoken at all times.
Sheiklt Husein El Faoury, a Da
mascus dervish of holy descent, has
been discovered to be the leader of
a band of robbers who have plun
dered Damascus residences for
many years. He has always been
called a saintly man, and the be
lief was only dissipated when a
great amount of plunder was found
in his houe concealed in the sepul
cher of one of his ancestors.
A C '.miocker having i:eard some
of the cremationists speculating in
regard to the many shapes in which
the ashes of the dead might be pre
served, became much interested
when ho heard them say that by
very simple means they might be
converted into glass and preserved
in the form of a flower vae or any
similar article. Hearing this he
suddenly started up, ami striking
his list upon the table before him
till he made the glasses bounce,
cried : " By the great horned Beel
zebub, I'll have, my mother-in-law
made into a lager beer mug!"
A correspondent of an English
newspaper sends the following com
munication, which will be read with
interest by all Christians and think
ers. One meets with many curious
things In his journey through the
bounds of this broad circumambu
lar globe. I have met with
many myself; but the most unique
thing I remember of seeing is the
following -curious bill, paid in
1182, by the. ofneere of the Church
of England, for repairs at the Win
chester Cathedral. This is a.literal
For taw done by Peter Jf. SoUeri.
Tn so'derlns and renairine St Joseph,
Cleaning and ornamenting trie Holy (J host 0
fi Miring tiie lrg n Alary uemna aua no
tare and making a new chil l. . 4
Screwit g a nose on the DerU, and pntticg
hair on his bead, an 1 placing anew joint
In his tail . .. 6
Paid December. 11S2 11 4
r. l. Soixua, Church Mccbanick.
THE HOUSE TEAT JACK BUILT.
This is the Malt
That lies in the house that Jack built.
if odeuti DsraKSxs :
These are tbe rats
That are eatlag the malt.
That lies in tee bouse that Jack built.
This U the cat
Tha is killing the rats.
That are eating the malt.
That lies in the house that Jack built.
This is tbe dog.
That Is worrying the cat.
That is killing tiie rats.
That are citing tbe malt.
That lies in the house that Jack built.
Tula is the cow with crumpled horn,
That is tossing the dog,
That is worrying tbe cat,
Thit Is killing the rats.
That are eating the malt,
JThat lies la the house that Jack built,
These are the maidens all forlorn,
That are milking the cow with tbe crumpled
That Is tossing the dog
Thtt is worrying the cat,
That is killing the rats.
That are eitlng the mil.
That lies in the house that Jack built.
1 hoe are the men all tstUred and lorn,
TtiA f.thru et million all forlorn.
That are milking the cow with the crumpled
This is tossing the do',
That is worrying tbe cat,
That is killing the rats.
That are eatin t the malt,
Thatliei in the house that Jack built.
A foolish lady sent a bride a white
satin pen-wiper as a gift.
The betrothed of Col. Ellsworth
mourned him six years and then
In Sacramento Sophia Bierman
has been divorced from Julius Bier
man. Julius was too much of a
beer-man to suit Sophia.
A breach of promise case in Ken
tucky, where the damages were
laid at $20,000, was recently com
promised by the plaintiff accepting
$5 and a new chignon.
"I love you a3 the tempest loves
the placid lake," wrote James Gray,
of Vermont, aud now sue gets a
terrific storm about breach of prom
ise. A Pennsylvania lady has shown
her natural preference for her hus
band by returning to his bosom for
the sixth time after eloping with
In Wisconsin they are proposing
to dock the best part of the minis
ters' marriage fees by discontinuing
the privilege of kissing the bride,
phis won't do at all.
The marriage of the Grand Duke
Vladimir, of Russia, with the
Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg
Schwerln Is to take place at St.
Petersburg in the month of August.
The proposal for civil marriage to
be made obligatory throughout the
German Empire having failed to
obtain a sufficient number of votes
In the Federal Council the measure
must for the present be considered
Niagara is as popular as ever a3 a
resort for newly married couples.
They can sit on the balcony of the
Clifton House, and say all manner
of sweet things, where no mother-in-law's
voice can be heard above the
roar of the falls.
A widow lady but recently "be
reaved" lately visited Stellacoom,
California, to buy a wedding outfit
for her second marriage, and among
other "necessary" articles she or
dered a neat tombstone for her de
For marrying Miss Rogers, who
is thirteen years old, Thomas Reedy
of Rowlej, Mass., has been sent to
the State Prison for four years.
Technically, It was a case of abduc
tion; and Reedy had already three
James Boohraar djd not fully ap
preciate his acquisition, when he
married a young and languishing
girl, iu Louisville, Kentucky. Now
he is better informed, because at the
end of the first week she threw him
down stairs, and broke both his
A prospective mother-in-law up
in Knox County, Ky., joined issue
with a young man who declined to
fulfil his marriage engagement with
her daughter. When she got
through with him there were no
longer any breeches of promise.
As a bride and bridegroom were
about to leave Cleveland a constable
stepped into the ear with an attach
ment and seized the bridegroom's
beautiful new plug hat The dis
honest bridegroom went on with
his matrimony bareheaded.
A Miss Lovejoy, of Wisconsin, is.
now prosecuting her fourth breech
of promise suit. Some man will
yet many that girl in self-defense,
and then will be determined what
is to become of her suits and
The Rev. Dr. Bellows, of All
Souls' Church, on the last of the
present month will join his fortunes
with the daughter of the Rev. Dr.
Peabody. A singular coincidence
about tho latter evont is told. It is
said that tho bride was born about
the time that her father preached
the ordination sermon of tho bride
groom, thirty-five years ago.
At a recent English wedding,
while the bridal party were kneel
ing down around the chancels, the
groomsman poked the groom in the
side, ho laughed, the bride laughed,
and so did the bridesmaids, and the
clergyman retired in high dudgeon
from the church; 12 o'clock came,
after which no marriages are per
formed; so that they had to go
home, and spend twenty-four hours
cultivating a serious frame of mind.
Calvin Bliss, widower, was sev-anty-one,
and lived in Prince Ed
ward county, Va. Mrs. Robbins,
widow, was thirty, aud resided in
the same shire. He proposed, and
she accepted. The day was set, to
wit, the 29th of January last She
and her orange blossoms woro there.
He wasn't; having had an inter
view with his grown-up children.
She wanted $10,000 for his failure
to comply with tho contract, and
a jury awarded her 53,300, a
bcggardly compensation for tho loss
of even temporal Bliss,
There 13 to be a Sweedish College
at'St Peter, Minn.
The class of '74 were graduated
from the Keokuk High Sehool last
Friday. There were fifteen gradu
ates. School Superintendent Brunner
of Berks county, Penn., thinks that
teachers should study hard through
The school-teachers of Chicago
were paid off Saturday for the
month of June. They absorbed
There is at the Institution tor the
Deaf and Dumb, in Council Bluffs,
a debating society, made up of the
officers and older pupils.
Commencement t Missouri Unl:
verslty occurs June 26. A young
lady takes the honor of tbe valedic
tory In the Academic Department!
Miss Georgia Carpenter was se
lected by the Concordian Society of
the Willamette University, Oregon,
as one of the speakers to contend
for the prize at the end of the term.
The public school, twelve miles
from Davisville, Yolo county, CaL,
of which Miss Alice Templeton ia
teacher, has been compelled to take
a two-weeks vacation on account of
the black gnats.
The addition to the laboratory of
Michigan University, now building,
will, it is said, cause it to rival in its
provisions for this particular instruc
tion the German and English insti
tutions. One of the members of the gradu
ating class in the Boston Institute
of Technology is a Japanese youth.
It is said that in civil engineering
he holds the highest rank, and
is second to none in English com
position. State Superintendent Wicker
sham ot Pennsylvania says he be
lieves that in no sister State in the
Union has such progress been made
in Education as in his own State.
During the last year he notes that
the people bad furnished $9,000,000
for school purposes.
The total number of students in
attendance at the Iowa State Uni
versity this year has been 570, clas
sified as follows: Law .Department,
93; Medical uepartment, 65; Aca
demical Department, 412. Of these
105 were ladies.
In the United States there are
four deaf-mute schools wherein ar
ticulation is exclusively used. One
of these has been in operation for
seven years, In many of tne State
institutions also, where the sign lan
guage is the medium of instruction,
special teachers are employed who
give their time wholly to articula
tion. A Californian suggests that it
might be an improvement to dis
pense with text-books altogether in
all classes below the high schools,
and in their stead- issue monthly,
from the office of the Superinten
dent, a brief synopsis of the studies
to be pursued in the different grades
during the month, and of suph mat
ters as it is necessary to commit to
memory. This plan would require
that the teachers should really
teach, instead of taxing the mem
ory of the child, as is now generally
The Boston Advertiser commends
and advises military drill in schools
and colleges on the ground that if a
war should make tliejr sepvties nec
essary thoy would be found in a
measure prepared. It declares con
cerning the Bowdoin students who
refuse to drill : "To'say that they
will not prepare to servo theoountry
is a different thing from saying that
they do not wish to study French
or German, or Algebra. It is a difr
ferent thing and it Is a meaner
thing. If they had said 13 years
ago what they say to-day. they
would havo been shunned by every
honest man. To-say it to-day is to
say they are willing to take bene
fits and honors, and are unwilling
to render service and allegiance,"
The Jews of Nashville are build
ing a $40,000 synagogue.
The new Mariners' Bethel in
Philadelphia will be dedicated next
Sunday by Bishop Simpson.
Dr. Abel Stevens, the historian of
Methodism, and wife, have sailed
for a summer tour in Europe.
Bishop Reinkens opened the first
Old Catholic Synod yet held in Ger
many at Bonn, on the 27th ult.
The highest salary paid a pastor
by the Baptist denomination is that
received by the Rev. Dr. Elder, of
New York City $6,000.
Unitarianism, according to M. D.
Bonway, is declining in England;
and the Observer maintains that it
Is also declining in this country.
The first church ever built on this
continent was built by Cortez about
three centuries ago, on an island
near Florida. The foundation and
wails are yet partially preserved.
A corner stone from Italy, inten
ded for St, Martin's church, Balti
more, and which has been solemnly
blessed by the Pope, will be put in
position next Sunday by Archbishop
Bayley, with imposing ceremonies.
At Deer Creek, Utah, June 3d,
100 Piute Indians were submerged
and confirmed into the Mormon
faith. Sixty minutes were con
sumed in the operation, heavy rains
prevailing the while.
Tiie next session of the Colorado
Annual Conference of theMetho-.
dit Episcopal Church, will be held
at Colorado Springs, beginning June
30th. Bishop Bowman, of St. Louis,
The United Presbyterian Mission
in Egypt has nine stations. The
total number of communicants is
508, being an Increase during the
past vear of 83. The native chris
tians contributed $2,952,
Thp first fruits of tjje Swing trial
have already appeared. Rev. Wm,
Starrett has notified the Topeka
(Kan.) Presbj'tery that he nolonger
hold some of the Presby terian doc
trines and peculiarities and asks
that his name be stricken from the
Rabbi Sonnescbein, of Cincin
nati, has written a letter to the
Israelite, opposing the movement on
foot to have to have the Jewish
Sabbath observed on the Christian
Sunday. He considers the latter a
pious forgory, and prefers the genu
ine coin to the counterfeit.
The Church Union, of New York
City, thinks it is new too late to
stop the divisions in the Protestant
Episcopal Church. If Bishop Cum
mins should ever desire to go back
on a compromise platform the new
church would npt follow him. Its
mission henceforth is' market out
and distinct, and all tho changes
that can be effected in the Prayer
Book won't make any difference.
Pra3er books will cease to be the
platform for sects, and, like music
books, will be changed and im
proved as occasions require, and
thus one giant obstacle to thp union
of hp church will pass away,
A clergyman in Wales has been
preaching very strongly against the
practice of purchasing church liv
ings. Ha said that 6,600 parishes in
England were thus made a subject
of bargain and sale, and be added:
"You see how it is that parishes are
saddled with incumbents who are
thoroughly unfit for their office. A
boy rector, for instance, or a weak,
headed one. comes down from Ox
ford to fill tne Incumbency of alarge
and populous parish. He introduces
all sorts of gim-crackeries, genu
flects to the altar, bows to the
host, burns incense, lights candles,
prays to the Virgin, kisses the cru
cifix, and drives the old parisbjon.
ers perfectly wild with his mad Ro.
mish tricks. Yet there is not a soul
among them that can prevent him.
The nominee of some great man, be
is perfectly sure in his cure.. It has
been bought and paid for. Every
squ there is his by law establisned
to curp and to "bless in the way he.
thinks most flt
AI.VIN SATJXDEBS, ENOS LOWE
President. Vice Presdent
ben wood, Cashier.
N. W. Cor. Farnham and 13th Sts.,
DEPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL
lar aece:Ted and compound interest al
lowed on the same.
Certificates of Deposit :
TIIE WHOLE OB ANY PAKT OF A DE
posit after remaining In this Bent three
months, wlU draw Interest from d.te of depos
it to payment. The whole or any part of a de
posit can be drawn atjanr time. aug23U
The Oldest Established
Caldwell, Hpilton & Co..
Bkslaess traasaeted sane as that
ef as. iBCorpo rated Dank.
Aeeouts kept ia CarrencT or Gold
rabjectto sight check witkoatao
Certif eates of Deposit issued pay
able ea demand, or at fixed date
bearing iaterest at six percent, per
auM, awl available in ia all parts
ef the ceaatrr.
Adraaces made to castoaiers on
aBBi-ored securities at market rates
Bay and sell Gold, Bills of Ex
chaage, GpTerament, State, CouhIt,
and CUT Boads.
"We giTe special atteatloa to aego
tlatiag Railroad aud other Corpo
rate Joaas issued withia the Stale.
Draw Sight Drafts on England,
Ireland, Scotland, and all parts of
Sell European Passage Tickets.
CoLt LECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
J. IL MILLARD,
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Streets.
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
. 3U.000 00
Surplus and Profits. .
FINANCIAL AGENT SFOU. TIIE UNITED
AND DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY FOR
THIS BANK DEALS
In Exchange, Uuverniueut Bonds, Vouchers,
And soils drafts and makes collections on all
porta of Europe.
"Drafts drawn payable in gold or curren
cy rn the Bank of California, San Francisco.
npiCKETS FOR SALE TO ALL PARTS
-- ol Europe via the Cunard and MaUonal
Steamship Lines, and the Ilaniburg-A'mcrlcin
Packet Company. Jy27tf
The First National Bank
Center of Farhfua and lafa t recti.
THE OLDEST BAHKIHG ESTABLISHMENT
(Successors to Kountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organised u a National Bank, August 28, 1863
Capital and Profits over $250,000
orricEss and dibectobj :
II. W. YATES,
A. j. poppleton, Attorney.
WOULD INFORM TIIE PUBLIC THAT
they are now ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of tbe Tery best quality,
and in any quantity.eltber at th factory, which
is located at Beatrice .Neb., or at the Pipe works
In Omaba They also are prepared to furnish
aU kinds of C r MENT PIPING for SEWERAG E.
DRAINAGE, ETC, Abo Manufacture all
styles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACTURED
IN THE UNITED STATES.
VORDERS FROM DEALERS RESPECT
FULLY SOLICITED. ar-jiri
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CEMENT
& PIPE CO.
OMAHA - - NEBRASKA.
OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Yalley Lands I
FOa SALK BT
Wisner, . Hob,
THESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
the market and tbe
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cash or on Iob? Time.
a-LAND EXPLORING.1 TCK
ETS for sale at O. fe N. W. De
pot, bearjn coupons yrhich will
he taken at full cost in payment
518 510 Feartoeatfc Stmt,
(0ee upstairs.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriagce
aad Boaties on hand or acade to order.
N.B. Particular attention naid to Repair
E. F, COOK,
637 14U AC, aetweem Deaf,lu ami Bed
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper andSheet Iron
W.re. and dealer la
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Were os
head. TTU Beolac, Gutters aad SeonUnfand
Job Work done and warranted. (ebJU
- ""l Sl .r
Nos. 187, 189 and
TUTWAHE and TTLT2TEHS' STOCK.
SOLK WESTERN AOENCYFOR-
STEW4KT'S COOKING and HEATIKG ST0YES,
THE "FEABLESS," COOKING STOVES,
O E Xj IE IB -JBj .A. T :e ID
CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES,
111 of Which Will be Sold at tfamifacturers' Prices, With Freight added.
p22tf Send fox- 3exd.oo XjIssM.
t a THORXJiP
NEBRASKA SHIBT MANUFACTORY
uiQEm u ma buVbb
SHIRTS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C &G.
a-Shirts ofall kinds made to order. Satisfation guarranteed.-
aprllyl e od .
HAWLEY & BURKS,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DELERS IN
Farm l&acliinery and "Wagons,
No. 13 South 10th Street,
Fort Calhoun Mills.
FXjOTJTR., FEED &b MEAL
ManuFiictnrod with Great
General Depot, Ccr.
may 9-1 r.
W. S. RICTTARPSOIT.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
Aad Mamtfacturer of Dry sal Saturated Hoofing and Sheaihlaa; Felf.
ALSO DEALEKS IN
Hoofing, Fitcn, Coal, Tar, Etc., Etc.
ROOFING in any pai t of Nebraska or ad.otnlng States. Office opposite Ithe Gas arks, on
12th i treeU Address P O. lior 4L1.
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
WHOLESA L CANDIES
I' am now manulacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell at
Dealers In this State need Hot want tu so Exst fn CAN D IKS.
Atrial in solid ted.
)ou(lasi St- Oor. XStlx.
The Klngol theSEWINQ MACHINE WOULD as pre-eminently as Oold Beljns In the
Realms ol Finance.
SALES FOR 1873:
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines!
ItBelne orer OneJIundred and Thirteen Thonjan J more Machines than were sold by any other
Sewing Machine Company during the same time.
It will ha ly be denied upon such evidence that tho superiority ol the Singer is lu.lr de
THE SINGER MANPG CO.
We N. NASCENT, Agent.
je 1 ' NO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
C. L. A. SLATTE,
288 Dodge Street, 2d Door East of 16th Street.
t keep constantly on hand tbe finest stok of Broad Cloth, Cauimerrs and Vesting;
which I am prepared to make up In tbe most lashionable at; lea and to suit the most fastidious,
at the lowest possible prlcra. jelOdly
OMAHA, - . - XEBEA8XA
Tbe largest and beat hotel between Chicago
ud San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th, 1873.
(30 U GEO. TURALL. Proprietor.
MCWM M. SEED
BTROH REED & CO:
Tbe Oldest EcUbllabea "f
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract CJJHMU all.Beal
KsUte la Orasha aad BMfHa count t.
(. U B 1 B
191 Farnham Street.
Care from tho Best Grain.
14th & Dodge Sts,
EL AM CLARK.
HfcB MAN TOXBB 1NCK,
No. 204 Farnham Street,
Between Twelith and Thirteenth Streets,
OMA. A - - NEB.
AU. OTHERS ATTENDED TO PROMPT
lysnd executed In the most IabIonabIe
style 'Repairing and cleaning a specialty,
sod done In the best manner. myl-lm
H. U. WALKER,
, MAKUFACTUKEf. AMU UfALEU IN
BOOTS fc SHOES
510 13th St- Betweea Farnham and Doaglaa
MAX MEYER & BROTHER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
I 2sr Wt'lUr m"' SC .
OTTF.AP FAEMS! FREE SOMES
On tne Line oi the
Union Pacific Railroad
A La! Grant ef 12,000,000 Acres of tie best PAHMIHG aal MISESAL Laalj cf Aaerica
1,000,000 ACRES IN NEBRASKA IN THE GREAT PLATTE VALLEY
THE QABDEH OF THE WEST K0W I0S SALE !
i.T?e.Jnd,t.r9i,ni.the ""ft Portion of the DniteJ States, on tbe 41st degree of No.thUt
Itude, tb central lino cf the great Tpmperale Zone of the Americn Untluent. and forimiia
growing and stock raising unsurpassed by any in the United Su'.ei.
CHEAPER IH PEIDE,mnr8 firoralle terms rt'ea. and more conTealeat to aarkst tia c
be found Elsawaere.
FIVE and TEN YEARS credit giren with interest at SIX PER CENT
0OLOHI8T3aad aOTTJAL SETDLEE3 can iuy oa Tea Tears' Credit. Laada at la9 iaa
srice to all CREDIT PURCHASERS.
A Deduction TEN PER CENT. FOR CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
And the Eest Locations for Colonies!
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead ci
Proo Passoa to XMrolianora of 3Jnnd
Send for new Dcwriptire Pamphlet, with new maps, pcbliohed in English, Orrraan, SweeJ
and Danis'i. mailed im-eory whore. Address "., TKV T" yy C7"1T.d
ulT-CMawti Land Commissioner if. 1. U-lLCo." Omaha, Neb.
A. B. HXTBEBBIAlVlNr St CO.,
WATCHMAKERS, OF JEWELRY
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Dealers Can Save TDIE and FKEIGIIT by
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
jS-ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED.-
AXD DEALERS IX
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season
jp 1 ORDERS SOLICITED
S C. AXBOR
S. C. ABBOTT fc CO.,
No. 188 Farnlram
Pabltahers' Agents for School Books ased is Nebraska.
WM. M. FOSTER,
WINDOWS, DOORS, BUNDS, MOULDINGS, &C.
Plaster Paris, Hair,
Sole Agents Tor Rear Creek
On U. P. Track, bet Farnham an.l Donslas Sts.
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
OILS AUD WINDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT O:
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURE!
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
Masonic, Odd Fellows
LODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS, BOOKS, BLANKS, ETC.,
c.'rfov Durr'EV A'vn c-rjrK,aa r-i
jaXi-noJu"-' ijnuu.i -... v .i.i . oa
-J - .nnrW 7& t&W
S i " VINvV'sR
- f 3 lnlS3I
Fcr Tmidj, Law..s, (.'emi taries,
shnn and Office :
nth St Ut. Farnnamjnd Harner
j c mmimmmmammmKr-
ltai n . ai' m i mm r
Ii W B
AND I'ROMITI.Y FII.IJU).
Street. Omaha, Xel
Dry and Tarred Felt.j
Lime and Louisville Ceine.it
I Air A FT A
and Knights of Pyt!
tr-ivr . -ft a , ISTI
1JI l.'.rflii'iJii'kfflikMM" !
Ckareh Gro:ds and Public ParksJ
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