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E. faOSEWATER. Pabllsher
A memorandum on third term
and Ceasarism will now be in order.
"Where la Jones?
Governor McCook's Denver
organ calls for the resignation of D.
H. Moffat as Territorial Treasurer.
Hoffht has been one. ofMcCooks
jnost bitter opponents. - -
AhkhICA is blessed with two Ca
lebs. Caleb Cashing was .sent to
Geneva to collect that fifteen milt
lion dollar claim, and Calob Bald
win is now appointed to disburse it.
The act repealing the pre-emp-
tlon and amending the homestead
laws, tras laid over among other
shelved bills, to the December ses-
sionof the forty-third Congress.
Kansas City has had an excur
sion all the way from Texas, and
the jubilations of the Kansas
Cityans remind the tot. Xiouis Globe
of the girations of a married couple
over their first baby.
The patriotic citizens of Council
Bluffs contributed $1,850 toward de
fraying the incidental expenses for
tho passage of tho Omaha bridge
bill, lhe whole Iowa delegation
in Congress exhausteJ their per
suasive eloquence and wire-pulling
capacity, and still the bridge bill
did not pass, even through one
House of Congress. And now
the question arises what became of
The appointment of Boss Shep
herd as one of tho new commis
sioners to govern the District of
Columbia, "was in very questionable
taste, and the Uniteu States Senate
very properly refused to confirm
this nomination, Jones, of Neva
da; Spencer, of Alabama; Clayton,
of Arkansas ; Sargeant, of Califor
nia; Flannagan, of Texas, and Pat
terson, of South Carolina, were
the immortal six that voted for the
confirmation of the Washington
And now the Spaniards propose
to confer the Consulship for five
years upon President Serrano. It
would be immaterial whether the
chief magistrate of a Republic was
known as President, or as Consul,
were it not for the fact that Consul,
as interpreted in Spain, means
another name for Dictator. "With
the historical facts of the first Con
sulate in France beforo us, it would
not be difficult to conceive a pro
loBgatioa of the Consulate for life,
and aa ultimate transformation of
the Consul into a King.
According to the constitution of
the National Council of Industry of
the Co-operative "Union of (sham)
Farmers and (sham) mechanics,
Omaha is to be the Presidential
headquarters of the National (?) or
ganization until the year 187o, and
Harrison Johnson andE. G. Dud
ley .are to remain as chief managers
antil 1877. That ought to compen
sate Omaha for the loss of Presi
dential headquarters removed in
consequence of George Francis
Train's abdication of the American
Postmaster General Cres
wxxl's resignation will take the
whole country by surprise. No in
timation had heretofore been made
touching the retirement of this effi
cient Cabinet officer, and conse
qseatly nobody had any reason to
It appears, however, that General
CrctTWeUhad some time ago ten
dered & resignation to the Presi
dent, with view of devoting his
time to the readjustment of his pri
The President did not seem dis
wttltd to relieve him, and conse
quently the; strictest secresy was
TOslnYainri touching this subject.
It will be universally conceded that
General Creaswell administered the
. tafefcataSairs of the postal service
with marked ability and vigor. He
jMagurated many important re
Jaraas la the postal service, and had
almost succeeded in making the
FostoflJee Department sclf-snstain-imj.
His iews on the postal tele
iaih were.eminently sound,and if
enrriedburwould have given the
people a cheap and reliable system
ofteJegrapby- - -
All the-peopleta'the country are
directly interested in the proper
massiiiaWEjef thejwstai service
"aad It Is to bo hoped Mr. CresweU'a
MKcessorwillbe 9QBl to the task
jmjMeed upon him.
ilR. Joseph AKcnwill soon leave
England on au experimental Immi
gration tour for Canada with a ship
load of farm laborers. It remains
to be seen, however, -whether he
can keep those immigrants from
crossing the Canada border and
making an experimental trip to
The following sentiments appear
to be expressly dedicated by the
New York Herald to the Omaha
organ of the dead and livinga-
"Nothing is more unworthy of
the true American spirit than the
evmrmthv with "Nanolponism. which
every now and then takes -posses
sion oi some oi us. wnaws j.apoi
eonism, but a form of violent, fierce,
selfish tyranny? "What one thing
has resulted from it that in after
ages men will care to remember. A
fow gilded names only "names
now and no more. Austerlitz,
Jena, Wagram and what else?
And these, what are 'these- now
moro than the echoes of a tavern
brawl? "What country Is freer,
what people are happier, whaf de
partment of science, art or human
achievement Is further advanced
because of this system or of any
man who has illustrated it? "What
especial virtue does it show to the
American mind? "Was it the In
vasion of ijexieo or the threatened
invasion of the United Hates In the
interest of the Confederacy.?
The Iowa Democracy disguised
as antl-monops, have just held their
State convention and nbailnated
their ticket. The platform adopted
by this body of reformers is almost
as voluminous as the Iowa criminal
code. It starts out with quotations
from the Declaration of Independ
ence and declares ftspjf Jn favor of
life, liberty, and the pursuit of
happiness to nil men, regardless of
hm. color or nationality, ibis
doesrnot, however-include the right
of persons of African descent to
sleeping-car berths and seats at the
tables of first-class hotels.
v It proceeds with a declaration in
favor of States' rights and domestic
institution, and puts in a few licks
at President Grant's usurpations
and the sins of the Republican
party. The fourth plank on the
currency question is substantially a
copy of the plank' on currency in
the platform adopted by tho Repub
licans of Illinois.. It favors a return
to specie payment at the earliest
practicable day, and the equal dis
tribution of currency among the
The fifth plank favors a tariff for
revenue only, while the sixth and
seventh are devoted to the declara
tion that railroads should be re
strained from extortion and oppres
sion by State and National legisla
tion. The eighth and ninth planks
pronounce in favor of one term for
Presidents, and restrictions upon pa
tent monopolies. The tenth plank
is a very round about bid for the
German vote without a definite de
claration on the subject of temper
The last plank Is a buncombe in
vitation to the soldiers and sailors,
who are all promised a 160 acre
farm, if the Iowa reformers shall
succeed in electing the next Presi
dent. The Vice Presidency.
The office of Vice President of the
United States is almost purely orn
amental. The duty of presiding
over the Senate is a nominal one,
for a l'roidont pro tempore is pro
vided, and of late years he has been
in tho chair oftener than tho Vice
President. There is a tradition that
when the convention that formed
the Constitution was considering
the titles of dignity to be attached
to the high offices under the Gov
ernment, Benjamin Franklin sug
gested that the Vice President
should be called "His Superfluous
Highness." lhe Milwaukee Senti
nel has taken upon itself the business
of hunting up something for this
.redundant official to do by way of
earning his 10,000 per annum. By
dint of industrious inquiry it has
discovered that the District of Co
lumbia is as muoh of an anomaly
as the VIce-PresIdenoy. Tho terri
torial form of government which
Congress imposed upon the District
some six years ago has proved to be
a failure, and a committee have
the subject of a revised form
under consideration, 'with in
structions to report at the begin
ning of the next soss'on, The Sen
tinel proposes that In the new scheme
the Vice-President shall bo made
governor ex officio of the nation's
"ward. Surely such a position would
keep him busy enough. If we can
judge from the experiences of Gov
ernors Co'ke and Shepherd there
would le ery little of the time that
he would not be in hot watar and
utterly unfitted to perform the other
part "of Ids duties in the Senate
Chamber. Still tho problem of how
to unite the two functions, so as to
give the Vice-President something
to do without overburdeuing him,
may not be beyond solution in the
brains of the wise men,of Congress.
Itisjather startling, is it not, to
hear that "the Prince of Wales was
married on the 15th of last month
to Lady Alice Hay, a daughter of
the late Earl of Erroll, at the Bo
man Catholic Church in Spanish
place, Iondon?" Such, however,
is th fact. And yet the husband of
Alexandra, "sea king's daughter
from over the sea," has not commit
ted bigamy. The "Prince of Wales,""
who h.is just wedded a young Scott
ish lady of old cavalier and
Jacobiteblood, Is the wrong "Prince
of "Wales. He Is commonly known
as "Colonel Count Charles Edward
d' Albany, the only son of Count
Charles Edward Stuart and of Anna,
daughter of the Right Hon. John
de la Peer Beresford, and niece of
the first Marquis of "Waterford."
When the right Prince of "Wales
last j ear ent to the Vienna exbl
tion l.e had the pleasure of seeing
this great-grand-nephew, or what
ever he may be, of the Pretenders
of the last century figuring in a
Highland dress among the offi
cers of the Australian army.
It is rather doubtful after all whether
the "Count Charles Edward" is so
nearly the direct representative of
the royal Stuarts as to deserve even
in that way the complimentary title
of the wrong "Prince of Wales."
Ala matter of fact we believe the
direct heir of thBEngttsh crown in
the Stuart line to-day is Francis V.,
ex-Duke cf Modenariby.Tight 4k.
vine" Francis I. of Great Britain
nilreland, King. But the Count
is conceded to be a Stuart, and his
reappearance in Englauito marry
a -Scottish noblewoman li at least a
curious incident of the day worth
bringing to the notice of the lovers
of historical romance,
The Town of Eiccville.
Correrpondnce ot Tiik JJkx.)
Ricevuxe, June, 23.
Editor Bee :
Riceville is about eight miles from
Crete, and the same distance from
the county seat in Saline county,
in the valley of Turkey creek. The
location was selected for a mill cite
by John Bertwell, where he built a
good mill three-story, with two.run
of burrs, and all the late improve
ments in machinery. The mill is
now leased by Messrs. James &
Richmond, who are experienced
millers, and have an excellent
patronage. They take great pleas
ure in giving satisfaction to their
customers. They have established
a good trade ju tne several towns
around, which they furnish with
flour and meal.
.As yet there is nothing but the
mill, a school house, "and avfew
houses. The location is good for a
general merchandise storev and a
Riceville is a beautiful location,
and the country around is densely
populated with people well to do, as
that part of the country was about
the first settled in the county. The
vnllev Is from one-half to one and a
half miles wide, with plenty of
timber for a Nebraska stream, ana a
growth, of young asjj timber, which
can not be excelled iu the county.
The crops look well, especially the
corn, which is In good condition,
notw lthstaudlng the severe and con
tinued rains which have kept the
farmer back with their work. Small
grain looks well, aud there will be
a good average crop.
Turkey creek is a stream which
atfbnjs Buffiplpnt wter fpr niill ad
vantages during the season round,
as it is fed mostly by springs, and is
a valuable stream (or stock. ,
The University Commenceiaent
Agricultural Farms Gen.
Correspondence of the, BfeI
"Lin'COLX, June 21, 1874.
Editor Omaha Bee : -.
Pursuant to notice the Board of
.Regents of the University of Nebras
ka, met at 3 o'clock at the Chancel
lor's room in the University build
ing. Present, "Wm. Adair, Uriah
Bruner, 0. S. Chase, D- R- Dungan,
F. H. Longly, J. B. Maxfield, W.
D Scott, Superintendent J. M. Mc
Kenzic, Governor R. W. Furnas,
and Chancellor A. R. Benton.
Tho Chancellor presented his
annual report; a very able, full, and
well digested document, replete
with many valuable suggestions. It
showed that the University was In
,a prosperous condition that while
there has been no increase -in
the number In attendance,
there is yet great progress in the
advancement of scholarship that
the students in tho preparatory de
partment are less in number, and
those in attendance in the college
department are largely Increased,
and that the friends of education in
Nebraska had reason for encourage
ment for the future of the Univer
sity, The subjects to which the report
referred, were referred to the re
spective committees, with request
that they report.
The committee to wnom was re
ferred the matter to negotiate for a
model farm reported verbally, sub
mitting two propositions that were
open for the board to consider. One
for a 120 acre farm, one and a half
miles east of the University buildr
ing, and for a tract of 320 acres, be
ing two and a half miles therefrom.
The majority of the committee re
commended the latter tract.
lhe following resolution was car
ried by a large majority the ayes
ami nays having been" called, Re
gents Bruner, Chase and Scott vo
ting In the negative :
Jicitohcd, That the committee on
securing an agricultural farm be in
structed to purchase the Culver
farm, provided they do not assume
any indebtedness therefor, that will
not be secured by lands already
owned by the University, set apart
as the model farm by the State.
Regent Bruner asked leave to be
excused from further service on said
committee, and on motion his re
quest was granted.
The library and cabinet commit
tee reported favorably for an appro
priation of $150 for cases for an en
On motion, it was aarreed to eject
an assistant for the scientific depart
ment. Gen. Mandcrson, of Omaha, de
livered the annual University ad
dress at the University chapel this
evening to a very large, intelligent
.and highly appreciative audience.
His address was a very fine produc
tion; indeed; Knows that he gave the
subject of education much thought.
His argument for the necessity of
universal education and compulsory
attendance at school, for the safety
and liberties of a government are
unanswerable. .His suggestions for
female suffrage, were loudly applau
ded. His address is ordered pub
lished in pamphlet form-by the Re
gents. - -
June 24 The Board met pursu
ant to adjournment at 8 o'clock a.
m. The Finance Committee made
their annual "report. Amount of
moneys on hand about 823,000; es
timated amount to be received from
the State Treasurer during the pres
ent tax year, $ 12,000; estimated
amount to June 1. 1875. S12.000:
total estimated amount of available
resources by June I, 1875 $47,000,
The appropriations made during the
present session of the Board amount
to about $27.000t which' Will, in all
probability be increased to about
$30,000 by January"'!. 1875. .
At 10 o'clock the commencement-!
exercises took place at the Univer
sity Chapel. The CbTapel was crow-
ueu oy an apprectauve auuience.
The graduating class consisted of
Frank P. Hurd, of JTecumseh, Ne
braska; Uriah H. iMalick, of Cam
den, Nebraska: "W. I. Stevenson,
of Nebraska pity,
The orations delivered by the
graduates were an honor to them
selves and the University.
Unless the Reno Crescent exag
gerates, Senator Jones and Stewart
may be left seme day with a con
stituency, The amouut of water
accumulated in Lake Tahoe is more
than a "thousand" tlmesthat which
devastated the Massachusetts al
ley, and this inland sea is held back
by an artificial dam. The Crescent
thinks that 4s only a 'question of
time, when the dam will give way,
and the valley be overwhelmed by a
THE INDIAN WAR IN KANSAS.
Five Jlen Scalped at Kadicine
Lodge, and the Kail
Agent Shot Dead.
LeaTcnworth Time!, June 24.
Fmm nrivftte letters, teleerams, -
ftnd verbal reports received yester
day, we are enaoiea toeniignienour
readers .as to the, present status of
the Indian troubles in the' southern
part of the State. It appears that the
red devils have, daubed on the war
paint in good earnest, and express
their determination to fight tooth
ami nail for the extermination of
the settlers and traders in the
region of their hunting grounds.
From Camp Supply comes by
telegraph the new of an attack
made on the stage when near Dodge
Citv, and the' wounding of the cor
jKiral in charge of the military es
cort. Stock is being driven off by
the hundred head, and the settlers
and citizens are powerless to prevent
it. It is claimed that there are 'not
troops enough in.the vicinity to pro
tect the settlement, to say nothing
about keeping the" maurauders from
protected settlers and traders. The
greatest excitement prevails at Sup
ply, and all those who can consis
tently do so are leaving the country.
FROM MEDICINE LODGE
comes the report of a massacre more
horrible than any we have been
called upon to record. Billy Rob
erts, mail-agent on the Santa Fe
road, oame In yesterday afternoon
and confirmed the report. He said
that on Monday the stage coming
in from the south was Attacked near
Medicine lodge by a band of prowl
ing savages, and six men, including
the mail agent, were shot and scalp
ed by the"blood-thirsty villia,n.s, f he
massacre has orated, considerable
excitement In that vicinity, and the
inhabitants "are forming themselves
into companies fqp their own de
fence, THE SEASIDE AND SPRINGS.
From the Graphic.
Brides call it Nee-ag-ry.
A place for salamanders Fire
It is intensely fashionable to call
it Lung Branch.
Sharon declares that it resembles
Ems. Ems objects.
Spa-ing matches at Saratoga
Springs are quite common.
The proprietors of the West Point
hotels are all Cozzens.
Thirty of the Newport cottages
are domiciled for the season.
Imitators of the rod men of the
forest are hovering about Niagara.
Cornwall has at this early date
300 New Yorkers, snd more coming.
Cape May will get up a yacht-race
In July by- way of a small magnet.
Photographers' caravans are mov
ing in the direction of Long Branch.
Matches arp made every season
at the Virginia White Sulphur
"Made-up bathing dresses ibr
ladies" are advertised. Significant
As a rule the rates for board
everywhere are cheaper thw year
It is ordinarily (lull at the Dela;
ware Water 6ap, and people there
gap most of the time.
Fashionable Bostonians are begin
ning to assemble at Swampscott,
where the beach is fine, and the
Deal, a'charmiug little place south,
of the Branch, is a grcjt fyvorito
with Quaker City folk desiring to be
Yonkers has a summer resort ho
tel called the Peabody. George did
not endow it, however, to an y great
Adirondack tours will be quite the
thing this year. Wear your old
clothes, take very littleluggage,and
Lake Mahopac a charming
place has every reason to expect
that its season will be eminently
successful, financially and socially.
Newport; never looked so fresh,
bright and beautiful as now. The
"velvet lawns" -so juuob talked
about are now in splendid condition.
One of the prettiest places on the
Hudson isNewburg, aud yet there
is not a hotel there worthy of the
name since the Powelton was
Many an engagement at the sea
bide has teen broken off, in cou
sequpnee of Romeo's disgust a the
sight of Juliet coming out of the
By the end of this week all the
Saratoga caravansaries will be open.
There is no reason why the season
there should not be "brilliantly suc
pessfu!." They have a flne Beach at tbe
Catskjll Mountain House. His
name is Charles, and he has been
proprietor of the establishment ever
tiiice the flood.
The literary swells of Boston will
be found in all their glory next
month amid the Thousand Isles.
Hotel accommodations thereabouts
aie very good.
You can get fresh air, chills and
fever, and jaundice on the south
shore of Staten Island. The pay
ment of money will, as usual, secure
a choice of all.
-At the,Overlook Mountain House
guests are expected to overlook any
want of attention on the part of the
servants in addition to the surroun
Noblemen real or pretended
will be looked upon with suspicion
at Cape May until the color of their
money is ascertained. That "Lord"
Massey and Belden affair shook con
fidence in royalty very'much.
Tne many little nooks and corner
in Vermont promise to be as well
patronized by "city folk" as of yore.
It is considered quite aristocratic to
hide yourself In some little board
ing house thereabouts where rates
Lake George and White Moun
tain stage drivers have a fresh sup
lily of startling stories committed
to memory for the benefit of the
credidous and unsophisticated pas
sengers they expect to carry during
the summer months. Byall means
sit on tp Rnd listen to them.
That overdressed swell with AU
pine hat and eye-glass on right opr
tio, who sits on top of the Concord
coach going up to Lake George, and
bumps his empty head against every
projecting limb and branch, will
undoubtedly be around again in a
few weektfaa largo as life and quite
A cute Bostonlan has Just made
an Invention by which he claims
that cars can be made to run a hun
dred miles'or more an hour without
Seating the boxes, while only one
half the ordinary power is required.
No oil or lubricating' substanoc Is
said to be necessary,
ALVUf SAUNDERS, - " EXOS IXWK
. bex wooDtashieT.
J. W. Cor. Fsrnhaia aud 13th Sts.,
DEPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL
lsr sece red and compound injerest al
lowed on the s sme.
Certificates of Deposit :
TIIE WHOLE OR ANY PART OF A DE
poslt after remslnlnj in tats Benk three
npnlhs, wiU draw interest from d.te ol depos
it to payment. The whole or any part of a de
posit can be drawn atjanr time. aug2Stf
The Oldest Establishes
Caldwell,. Hamilton & Co.,
Basiaess transacted same as tkat
of aa iBeorporated Bank.
AeeouU kept la Carreacr or Geld
sabjectte sight check withoHtao
tlce. Certificates of Deposit issued par
able oa demand, or at fixed date
eeariag Interest at six pewest, per
aHBBB, and aTaiUble ia ia all parts
of the country.
AdTaHces made to easterners on
approTed securities at market rates
Bar aad, sell Gold, Bills of Ex
ck& GoTenunent, State,. CeHaty,
aad City Bonds.
We give special attention to aege
UatiHg Railroad aed otber Corpo
rate Loaas Iggued withia the State.
x D.ra7',ff "pta England,
Ireland, Scotland, aad all parts of
Sell Karopean Pattaire Tickets.
COLLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
EZRA MILLARD. J. H. MILLARD,
President j Cashier.
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Streets:
OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
Surplus and Profits..
... t200,000 oa
......... So.000 00
EINANCIAL AGENT SFOR THE UNITED
AND DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY FOR
DISBURSING OFFCEKS. -
TniS BANK DEALS
In Exchange. Government Bonds, Vouchers.
And ikJIs drafts and makes collections on all
parts of Europe.
aWDrafU drawn parablo in gold or curren
cy t-a the lisnk of California. San Francisco.
HHlCKETS FOR SALE TO ALL PARTS
-- of Europe Tia the Cunard and National
Steamship Lines, and the Ilambarg-American
Packet Company. jy27tf
The First National Bank
Corner orFarbaoa, and 13tl fttrtet.
TEE 0LDE8T BAKKHf 0 EsTABLISHlfEXT
(Successors to Kountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organised u a National Baak, Input 28, 1863
Capital and Profits orer $250,000
OFFICEK3 AND OIBSCTOKS ;
H, w", YATES,
a. jr. poppiETOX, Attorney.
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
they Tie now ready to furnish II V-
DR ULIC CEMENT.bf tberery test quality.
add in any quantity .either at the factory, which
is located at Beatrice.Ncb , or at the Pipe works
in Omaha They rlso are prepared to furnish
UUAINAGE. ETC. Also manufacture all
strles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDEAULIC CEMENT) MANUFACTURED
IN THE UNITED STATES.
"ORDERS FROM PEALERS RESTEOT
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CEMEST
& I'IPE CO.
OMAHA - - NEBRASKA.
my 21 -3 ia
CAKBIAGE, BUGGY ant WaGOX
N. E. CORNER of 14th and HARNEY" 8TS.
"1ITOULD respectfully annoucce to the Jpub-
W He that be is now ready to fill all con
tracts In the shore lines with neatness' and
"Express wagons constantly on hand and
OF THE FINEST
Elkhorn Valley Lands!
FOR. BALK BT
3E2. 3K.- OIiARS,
Wisner, - - XTsb
THEJE LANDS ARE CONYENIEJSX TO
tb : market, and the
FINEST in the STATE!
And will be sold at (rem
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cask or oa.Xeiff Titae.
aWLAND EXPLORING 1 ICK
ET8 for sale at O. 4 N. W. De
pot, bearing coupons wblclj tyflj
be taken at full "Cost n pajwent
-ataa imotcuw o astd bkixxb nr-
Lambretjali. m4 Wlatfew Skates,
CHKOMOS, EXGBAYHrflg AST)
' PICTURE JB AMES.
n Farahaa street. corner FUteMtb
Practical . WatcluialLer,
OMAHA . XEB
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Nos. 187, 189 and 491 Farnfiam Street.
O-BJLSELA., TJE HH.A.H-a..
TINWARE and TEfcTlTiatS' STOCK.
STEWART'S COOKING and HEATIKG STOYES,
the "fbablbss," cooking stoves
charter oak cooking- stoyes,
AUofWnicli.WillboSoldatXaaufaclurers Prices, TTith Freljrhtaaded.
p Bond for Fx-loo TJtlmtm.
J. A. THORUP,
NEBRASKA SHIFT MANUFACTORY
SHIRTS AND GENTS' FURNISHING ' GOODS, &C &G.
I&Shirts of all kinds made to order. Satlafation guarranteed.-
Fort Calhoun Mills.
FXjOTTS;, FEJEID & MEAL
Manufactured lfilli Great
General Depot, Ccr.
may 9-1 y.
W. B. RXC24JEUDSOXT.
IA. - CTXJS ASTCA.
PITCH, FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER.
AdiI Manufacturer of Dry an i Saturated Hoofing anil Sheiiihliis Felt.
AkSO DEALERS IN
Hoofing, Fitcn, .Coal, Tar, Etc., Etc.
EOOPUtG In any patt of Nebraska or adjoining States. Office opposite the Gas Works, on
12thi treet. AJJress P O. Box 4j.
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I am now manufacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell at
Dealers in tbis State need not want to ?; East f i CANDIES.
Atrial Is solicited.
Souglafj St CJor- Xatlx.
The Klngof the SEWING MACHINE WORLD as pre-eminently aaGoM Beigns in the
Realms of Finance. -
SALES FOR 1873:
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines!
ItBeing oTcr One. Hundred and Thirteen Thousand more Machines than were sold by any othei
Sewing Machine Company during the same time.
It will ha.- It be denied upon such evidence
moustrate d .
THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
W. N. NASON, Agent,
. 212 DOUGLAS STltEET, OMAHA.
C. Zi. A. KLATTE,
288 Dodge Street, 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep constantly on hand the finest itor.of Broad Cloth, Cawlnieres and Yctings;
which I am prepared to make up in tLe most ashlonabU si lea and to suit tbe most faatidlous,
at the lowest possible pricts. jelOdly
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Fourteenth, Street - Oman a., XTeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOB
O. P. GOODMAN,
AjxL Sealer In
PAINTS, OILS AND WINDOW GLASS,
Omaha. Nebraska. j
The larcest and best hotel, between Chicago
taoTSao Francisco. , ,.-'''
Opened new September 30th', 1ST3.
s tl OEU. THRALL. Proprietor.
3B vrmj-,x jbl. aui m
Fruit8 , .Coafectiojiery,
;,' CIQARS axd tobacco.
Tarahja and ELsrenth streets,
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Care from the Best Grain.
14th. & Dodge Sts,
that tbe superiority of the Singer Is iuilrde.
ALL S' H0L BOOKS
53 k 50 Toarteeatli Street,
XOtk np stairs,) Omaha, Nshraska. Carrisiti
and Bojsrle. on band or made to order.
N. B. Psrtknle Mteatlof 0.44 o Ejpair
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MAX MLYER & BROTHER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
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On to Line of U .
Union Pacific Railroad;
A Laid Grant of 12,000,000 Acre of the best rABM&a and MISEBAL Laadi of Aasriea
1,000,000 ACKFS IS NEBRASKA IN TIIE GREAT PLATTE TALLEI
THE QAS0E5 OF TEE WEST SOW TOR SALE I
These lands are la the aratral portion of the United StaUs, on tbe st degree of Noithlat
ItuJe, the central line ol the great Temperate Zone of tho American Ctntlneat, ana for grala
trowing and stock raising unsurpaased by any In the United States.
OffKAPEB IH PRICE, more fT0riole terms irf'ea. a ora ooaTaalMtto maikst tia c
FIVE and TEN YEARS' credit gircn with interest at SLX PER CENT
00L0HI8T3nd AOTDAESETULERScanbny oaTsa Years' Ortdlt. Laad th IUl
wice to ill CREDIT PURCHASERS.
A Deduction TEN PEU CENT. FOB CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
AM tho Best Locations for Colonies!
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead cf
160 Acres. ,
Froo 3t.aiisa to Itx-o1x4sx- of XaAXXd
Send f jr new IvwiptWe Tampblet, with new maps, pnblished ia English, qerman, SwssJ
and Danish. UHlled tree eerywnere. -'jr"1 , . '-'fr a uufv?rK..T. i
..i-m.-! IjmJ Commissioner U. r K. a. Co. umana.1
A. B. nUBERMANN 6c CO.,
JE OR. -A. C 1 X O -A. X
S. E. Cor. 13th
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
j-ALL GOODS WARRANTED
l S, CASBCTT
C. ABBOTT k CO..
WALL FAPSHS, DSCOKATZOITS,
No. 188 Farnliam Street. Omaha, NeV
Pablishers' Agents for School Books ased In Nebraska.
GEO. A. HOAGLAND,
OFFICE AND Y. HD
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS., D. P. B. B. TBACK.
WM. M. FOSTER.
WINDOWS, DOORS, BUNDS, MOULDINGS, &C.
Plaster Paris, Ilair, Dry and Tarred Fell.
Sole'A'gents for Boir Creek
OFFICE AND YAKl. : 1 -A T A XT A
On U. P. Track, bet Fornhaia aad Douglas Sis. VJlTli.J.i.
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
WHOLESALE FA.T1STTS V.
OILS A1TD 77HTDOW GLASS,
COAL OIL AND
? - , . .
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
ZTOTAnXAX. A1TD IiODGSs SXALS.
Masonic, Odd Eellows and Knights of Pythias
XT IsT I E O K lL S.
J.ODGE PROPERTIES, JEWELS, BOOKS, BLANKS, ETC., AT
arfiAarw'.-N rtuuiiSAAD JSAfltlasa."
?4Z ARTHUR BUCKBEE.
AND DEALES IN
30h1 vryvraf01 o
PprxYariLj, Lawns, Ctmetwlea
llth 8 betflarnhaaMd UuntTl
XfccXa. xxt-u -Z m. o t ix'ir
& Douglas Sts.
Save TIME and FREIGHT by
Ordering of Us.
FREE OF CHARGE !
TO BE AS REPRESENTED."
Lime and Lontirllle Cement;
- NEB. -
HEAD - LIG - HT OIL J
Ckvck GrtW aa FabUc Parks. 4
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