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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1874)
ily ZBtHi lor ine purpwre ui uMvb
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State Convention, for the ensuing
campaign. It Is to be hoped that
every member will be present,
TTEED has secured more comfor
table quarters through the interven
tion of the prison authorities. It is
aot stated whether Tweed recipro
eated their kind attentions in his
own generous way.
UxciX Spinxeb claims exemp
tion in hU bureau from the civil
aarvioe rules. Secretary Bristow
insists upon their enforcement, and
now President Grant will have an
opportunity to show his hand.
Only thirteen Democratic candi
date have so far had the courage to
enter the lists in the contest for the
Tennessee Governorship. Eighty
three others are still kept In the
back-ground owing to their native
Axcnowthe St Louis National
Bank has deposited $192,000 of its
circulation in the U. S. Treasury for
the purpose of withdrawing its
bonds, and the Treasury has inti
mations that a number of banks in
the southwest are preparing to pur
sue the same course.
Does that look as if there wasn't
currency enough in the country?
Tut third Tuesday in July, the
Jlatinet.iathe time for delegates
of the Independent party to meet at
Xlncoln to make arrangements for
State Convention. If properly un
derstood, a full delegation will be in
attendance. Important business
will be transacted, thouch the num
ber present may be small Nemaha
We shall not be surprised if the
attendance at that meeting happens
to be exceedingly thin, but we can
guarantee that a majority of the del
egates will exhibit an irresistible
feaakering after the political flesh
pots. The Uee is indebted to Mr. N.
Byersjpablkher of theRocky Moun
tain Sews, for a copy of a neatly
besnd and elegantly printed pamph
let entitled, ''Routes of Travel in
Colorado." It is an indispensable
kand-book for the tourist, capitalist
ar immigrant, and contains the
most reliable statistical information,
bcatfe furnishing interesting and
instructive sketches of Colorado
' town, villages, cities, mountains,
valleys and mines.
This hand-book is mailed to all
applicants at the nominal sum of
twamty cents, which places it with
in the reach of everybody.
Tub "Washington Chronicle, Sen
ator Harlan's paper, is somewhat
severe on Tilton when It declares :
"It k not to be wondered at that
Mrs. Tilton should leave her hus
haad, as indicated by last night's
-dispatches. That notorious woman,
- -Mrs. "Woodhull, has telegraphed to
Theodore, from San Francisco, that
If her testimony is needed she will
taks the overland route, and fly to
bar devoted lover.' It is pre-
that Tilton will require her
( and counsel to fix up his
mly or letter which he promises in
a week or ten days- This once
arflliant young man is but a dis-
of the public peace, a mur-
of domestic happiness, and
of the foundations of society.
Caa't he be sent, with Vlc,' to Juan
FensaMez, or some other lone isle?"
While the Bee has no desire to
'Jajarfcre with Mr. Ryan's contract
far grading Dodge street, we deem
- bat proper to call public attention
iaffeelact tha the execution of the
week "will necessitate the cutting
.tewaofaU the other streets that end
at ar pass by the High School square.
"ffee ooBseqBences of such gradingare
bvioaa. In means the permanent
itoAgoriaa'ofthemost attractive por
Hoa of Omaha the Capitol Hill.
While there is no doubt that the
streets on Capitol Hill need a little
asaeethlBg off, we doubt exceedingly
the arepriety of cutting unsightly
gaps through it, and transforming it
iato a sort of honey-comb, each cell
aataC accessible by a step-ladder.
For. ear part we consider it lmma-
whether the cut extenas
i the whole street or only over
stv-two feet If there is to be
say mnilMf ti - in the pro-
. we hope it will be in a re-
Ive cast upon it. With
of his predecessors fresh
Shis memoiy, it was to havpbeen
expected that his official course
would at ail times be free from even
the shadow of suspicion. It seems,
however; tliat the consciousness of
his influential backing made him
reckless, unscrupulous, and indis
creet. He may, er long, discover that
all the political powers in Jf ebraska
cannot save bliu from the conse
quences of corrupt official aets.
Senator Gordon, of Alabama, who
rlnlma to be on "cordial'.' terms
with President Grant, is veiy '""em
phatic In his expression or ueuui
that Grant desires to be elected
President for a third term. A. re
porter for the Atlanta Herald re
cently interviewed the Senator,and
from his account of what was said,
we extract the folio Ting:
In response Jo the query whether
he believed a third e'eetjon was dp
Bird by tho President Gen. (Jot don
"I certainly do. I think that
President Grant is exceedingly anx
ious to run again, and is very apt to
do so. I am quite Intimate with
him ; as much so as almost any one,
and ho Is always very cordial with
me; 1 believe ho oertainly intends
to run again." Toledo Blade,
There appears to be 8 digbt' mis
understanding somewhere. In
the first place, Senator Gordon does
not hall trom Alabama, bat he rep
resents Georgia in the U. B. Senate.
In the next place, Senator Gordon
denies the Intimated cordial rela
tlonshlp'between himself and Presl
den Grant. Furthermore, he pro
nounces the third term talk an un
The Methodist Episcopal Church
has 450 presiding elders, and they
cost $5Uu,wu a year.
Massachusetts Baptists claim that
they distance the Methodists of the
State in point of growth and grace.
Last year an English gentleman
gave the London Church Missionary
Society $100,000 as a thank offering
for the recovery of a sick child,
The new organ building for Dr.
Hall's new church, in New York,
orll ha tha lortrost and most TJOWer-
ful in America, it is said. It will
The Protestants of Australia num
ber 1858,525 out of a population of
1,920,375. The Protestant churches
advancoin numbers at a more rapid
rate than the population of the country-
The union of the different Pres
byterian bodies in Canada is now
virtually accomplished. The synods
will meet in October to act on the
reports of Presbyteries and to con
summate the union.
Bishop Bedell, of Ohio, has -written
1,000 sermons. Rev. E. E.
Hile, the great Unitarian preacher
and author, has written 900, and
Rev. J. F. Mears, of the same faith,
has 1,200 In his barrel.
With this month the Rev. D. J.
Pierce closes a four years' pastorate
with tho church in Laramie. Wy
oming Territory, and also his con
nection with the Wyoming Insti
tute, which, for the same length of
time, he has served as principal.
He goes to Portland, Oregon.
finrpmor TJinclev and Jos. Tit-
comb, respectively Republican and
Democratic candidates for Governor
of Maine, have been appointed lay
delegates from theMaine Congrega
tional Conference to the National
Council to be held In New Haven
The Rev. James H. McMechen,
of Wheeling, West Virginia, has
addressed a letter to Bishop. Jones,
withdrawing from the Protestant
Episcopal Church in order to join
the Reformed Episcopal Church.
He has become satisfied from recent
events that but little, if anything,
satisfactory will be done in the way
of prayer-book revision by the gen
Within the limits of Manhattan
Island there aie at present upwards
of forty Catholic churches, and a
number of others are in course of
erection, so that before the end of
the present year it can safely be
stated that there will be fifty
Catholic churches in the city of
New York. When it is considered
that these edifices in many cases
surpass in beauty of architecture
the churches of other denomina
tions, the members of which are
both wealthy and powerful, the
comparatively poor Catholics of
.New York deserve all the praise
they receive from those opposed to
them in religious belief.
For seventeen years Dr. Samuel
Adler has led and instructed the
Jewish congregation Temple Eman
uel, formally la Twelfth street, now
in Fifth avenue. His eloquence
and scholarly attHlaments, coupled
with his progreseiveness, have
brought the congregation to the
pinnacle ot ecclesiastical fame and
prosperity The society, therefore,
did a handsome thing the other day
hi retiring, him on a competency,
and giving him a memento of their
esteem in a beautiful service of sil
ver and an engraved sefcof compli--meatary
resolutions. 'Dr.- Gottherd
now becomes chief rabbi of the
congregation, and perhaps, by and
by, Dr. F. Adler will become as-afettst.
Igoan is an-
' . . i.i-
!p purrgnE oi Kiru
in ijucujmi ! j-
at $1080, according to age.
Refusal on the part of a, husband
to push the baby-wagon on Sun
days is to be made ground for a,'
According to the Chinese pode of
law regulating matrimony, two per
sons of the same surname dare 'not
The Court Journal says that Mr.
and Mrs Sartoris are in Europe
"for their honeymoon," and are
"asked out a good deal to Tybum
ian dinners and Belgravian balls."
ALewMon(Me-) eiergymaj re
ceived at his silver wedding, the
other day, a pair of silver vases
rronj a couple whom he had mar
ried on the day of his own wedr
dingj twenty rfiye years before.
The Saratoga damsel who broke
away from her lover and ran tor her
hctel told that grieved youth, after
wards in explanation that he "ought
to know better than propose mar
rlago to a girt on the top of her six
teenth glass. That was no time for
A Brooklyn young woman, who
abandoned her old husband, says:
"He was too soft. I couldn't be
hugging and kissing him all the
while; it isn't my disposition. I
pouldn't bear to be obliged to sit on
hisiapandcu'dd)ehinr every time
I wanted a cent."
A voung man nineteen years of
age, a resident of Antelope county,
was married in West Point on the
Fourth of July to a Burt county
lady thirty years of age. The per
son who married the pair now holds
thp young man's "promise to pay"
for performing the ppremony.
A countryman with bs bride
stopped at a Troy hotel the other
day. At dinner, when the waiter
presented a bill ot fare; the young
man enquired, "What's that?"
"That's a bill of fare," said the
waiter. Thp countryjnan took it
in his bands, looked, inquiringly t
his wife, and then at the waiter,
and finally dove down Into his
pocket and insinuatingly Inquired,
"How much is it?"
Count Luckner, a Saxon noble,
"was tQ marry, but he changed his
mind. The Jady ' father wished to
challenge him, but lie was sick, so,
he was challenged by the lady's
uucle, General Kortzebue, Russian
Minister at Dresden. They both
fired twice and missea handbomely,
so tho seconds, evidently believing
this a useless waste of powder, put a
stop to it. Result honor satisfied
and nobody hurt. This is something
like a duel.
There Is a girl in Georgia who
extorted a confession from her lover
a i -.... 1 1...4 dl AA nvtrl mma
clothes, and was too poor to marry.
SiaY tins cruel creature iuocu
searchlngly into his face and said :
"And is this the reason you have
postponed so often our marriage?"
"Yes," he replied. "Then said she,
"It shall be so no longer we will
get married." And the poor young
martyr was cut off in the prime of
youth and single blessedness.
Macoupin county, Dl.t has its ro
mance, too. A farmer's daughter
"there, pretty, and only 17 years of
age, fell desperately in love with a
man nearly 80, and the deluded
damsel was so persistent in her
wooing that the old gentleman,
though weak and feeble, promised
to many her. On the morning or
the appointed day, however, the
hesitating lover desired to postpone
the ceremony, claiming that he
lacked strength to go through with,
it He pleaded in vain. "If you
can stand I will marry you," ex
claimed the impetuous beauty, and
She was fifty and a widow. Hea
ven had eiven her one good man,
and she was not averse to taking
unto herself another. He came as
a boarder, and though he was a
quarter of a century behind the
widow, he wooed and won. Subse
quently he induced her to realize on
her little properly, and now she is
looking for him. The story is told
at .Albany, New York. And until
aged widows tame their blood,
teaching it to be bumble and wait
upon the judgment, and until young
men cease to covet their neighbor's
goods, it will be told again and
again, at Albany and elsewhere.
The miserable selfishness of some
fellows is enough to make a man
ashamed of his sort, bo much as
they do expect when they are se
lecting a wife ! Fool down in Flor
ida, for instance ! He ad vei tises for
a wife, and he lets the public know
that she must be none of your
"common doings." Imprimis, she
must have a cow ; also a good feath
er, with comfortable linens; Hke-
u-Ica CinO in mnl. crpnninp ereen-
.backs; she must comprehend the
whole art and mystery of tending
emiaren : smau-pox sne must nave
had, and also measles. Sincerely
we hope this Florida donkey will be
An English mechanic advertised
seriously for a wife, and a woman,
equally in earnest, responded by
letter. They met, but the man was
not pleased, and courtship was not
entered into. He still wanted a
wife, however, and so adveitiaed
again over another signature.
When he had an answer he went to
see his corespondent with a heart-.
beating high with hope, and 'found
the-equally persevering spinster
again. A third time he weoed fate.
with a yet differently worded.be
guliment. He reached the ap
pointed place of meeting 'twas
she! Crushed to the earth and cou--viaced,
like Mr. Swiveller, that des
tiny was full of staggerers, he
stalled, he conversed, and meekly
at last married the determined
intv.flve arirl students at the
;blgan State University.
. fnr the best loaves of bread
be made by the students, iaa new
id hopeful feature or several .e-
aeminajier una year.. ,
trtca -rrt& Mitchel. nrofessor of
i.:.rr,ir Tit Vassar Colleee. Is
'mentioned for the position of Su-
ierintenuem; or ocuwia m v,u
The .chancellor of the New York
w School told tlie graauaung
wyers to marry as soon as tney
Kild. Ho as to aeveiop weir s".
tentative powers lr-JBotton Fast.
Boys are now received at the
d, end the school course lasts nine
fnn I .Tin N!DUU 1L UUIC JVflM
ears. Ajwiaer ana more wim"-
lenslve course or matnemauos nag
a tatr!n)hnolmaster In one of
of the upper counties of Michigan,,
was askedwhat algebra he pre-.
tferrod, &nd he replied: "Ob, A
ain't particular moss any u.
that will just jieel the hide when
In five' of our SUtes Tennessee,
Ohio, Missouri, Maryland and Penn
sylvaniathere are said to be 27
universities and 173 .colleges.
Whew I We should, as a people, re
nnqulsbUbe habtt'bf calling distrjpt
schools universities andand classes
A depirimenl of ood arrto!r
iTM'nnlnnAtl Universitv. This de
partment has made rapid progress;
both in work and numbers. When
tt elbsed lat:mon,thglaSs-num-bered
lS3;;ahf $mng 7
iSere were 3S8. pupils in'lhe regular
drawer Pi d)hjn dppartijient
Hi: D. MoCafryi Superintendent
of Public Instruction; of Kansas,
stated that the school population of
Kansas, had doubled In four years;
that they had now 200,000 children
pf school age. Tbe towing of-flce'fs-amonfc
the ensuing'year : President A V.
Johnson; Avbhdale, Ohio ; Cbrre-'
ponding Secretary Wl Day, Cleve
A local pt er says thet one of thp
Athol (Mass) schoolma'ams adopts
a novel method of punishment and
finds it very effective. Offenders of
either sex and all ages are com
pelled to lie down flat on the. floor,
fact downward, with arms"stretohed
out at right angles to the body.
The victims are not allowed to
glance sideways, even for a mo
ment, and "nosing" the floor forms
their only occupation.
The President of Hillsboro (O.)
Female, College,, in, inviting Bishop
ioster to attend commencement,
say? : "We prop0156 to pre96111 blm
a ijbvejty op tiatopcasonTa graj
uating class in calico dresses, anfi
witjmnt jewelry. Jt s fit. tbRt this
school should set such an example
of economy and plainness, as It is,
perhaps, the oldest school in Ohio
in which a collegiate course of in
struction was given to gills. It
dates back to 1839.
n unusual leniency was shown
fowa" Universitv the olber day.
Several students in the Law Class
who' failed in the examinations,
were convinced that their attain
ments were superior to those of di
vers young men who succeeded,
"fhe whole class were of the same
opinion,' and petition was ch-cuU-ted
whioh was signed by all-the
students of the Law .Department,
and by the Faculty, too, asking that
five gentlemen might have a second
examination. This was accorded,
and two emerged triumphantly
from, the ordeal, which was much
severer than the previous one.
More flexibility, not so mucli ad
herence to unyielding courses of
study, was ad located at the meet
ing of the Ohio, Michigan, and In
diana teachers at Put-In-Bay lost
week. President Falrchlld of Ober
lU. gave an address on "Tbe Per?
sonal Power of the Teaoher," utter,
ing in particular this hit of good
"Great mischief is done by teach
ers in tho use of sarcasm, which
should be avoided. Its use. seems
effective, but It leaves the sting of
bitterness behind. Sarcasm in our
onhnnla sVinllld hfi entirelv avoided.
LPlain, kind reproof is far p'referable
to sarcasm, ine teacuer i uui in
fallible, hence, when he makes a
mistake in administering reproofs
wrongly, he should at once, before
the whole school, remedy the wrong
as openly ai it was committed."
-Ah Ohio clergyman classes those
of hi, congregation who use tor-
hamn .in rhurch aunonir "Ch'eWS.
Infidels and Turks," according to
I J is said that a preacher in Pen.
sacolu was compelled to break off in
the midst of his sermon, the. frogs
near the church keeping up such an
uproar that his congregation could
not hear him.
A western moralist seasonably re
marks that it is painful to hear an
ungodly man say ''it's as hot as gin
ger," when you know he doesn't
mean "ginger" at all.
The churches were quite full yes-
fnrrlav aa rnrwr pvervhndv attended
-Divine service who 'wasn't obliged
to stay at nome to nave xne rocKci
sticks picked out of him. Brook'
lyn JLravct. .
A clergyman presiding over a
Congregatlonalist Church in Boyla
ton, Mass.", is accused of having:
forged a certificate of his ordinance
by the Methodists, and of preaching
other men's sermons as his. own.
These trifles are making trouble In
Bbhop Donnelly, of Cloglier, Ire
land, writes to the Catholic press of
this country, cautioning them
against a swindler named Rogers,
who travels here id the garb of a
priest, collecting money for a Cathe
dral for Bishop Donnelly. He uses
forged letters from, the Bishop tor
uus purpose, sxvt arrest, auu pun
ishment would be esteemtd a favor
Don Piatt thinks the clergyman
who officiated at the Fisk monu
saent had' a precedent for knowl
edge, and a ase of that knowledge
iBhis'dlscoarsef In a funeral sermon,
preached by a Hardshell Baptist
over the inanimate form of, a noted
gambler somewhere in the wilds of
Tennessee. -The -pious ezhorter
came to his services with.no en
thusiasm, whatever,- But as the
man could not have -.Christian
burial without such, sermon, lie con
seated delivering himself as fol
lows: . j
''Beloved brethren, the deceased,
was a.bad aaanj hehadkeards and.
andbe.runem.ab: he haa.ccKaCpH
andhent'eaa, ah. J like untWrfP
Moses. lie broke all 'the csmmand-'l '.rui
ments to wonstv Beloved brethren,
It pleased Divine Prqvidence to
make of our neighbor an example,
ah, and now he's dead, thank God.
Let M pray."
AXVIN SAUNDKBg, 1
Presideaix Vic Prescient.
bex woto. Cashier.
. w: oof.
u&SkmA Uth su..
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TEPosrrs as small as
l.r ikv'tM and comDOOad
lowea on ice une. ?
Certificates of De
THE WHOLK OB ANY P
poalt after remaining ia
monms, win anw jmtn
posit can be drawn aCauy t
The Oldest EstaM
Caldwell! Hamilton & Co
BftsIsesstraasaeM sobm sI
"S"" H "'i
aie-ea eaiaB, or as i
kMriar iHtnnwit a air mm,
mam. STauaaie-ia m ait
at ' tau"MnHtrT
idraafes auto to castas! M
MfreTed gecErlUaa at market rates
Bay aad sell Geld, Bills f Ex
ckaage. GeTenuaeat, State, Ceutj,
tad CItT Boads.
TTe gire special attestisa to aege
tlatiag Sailrsad and etker Corpo
rate Leaas Issaed within the State.
Draw Sight Pratt oa Eaglaae,
IrelaM,.8cetla ajd all aarto ef
Sell European Passage Tickets.
CoLLLECTiONS FBOMPXLY MADE.
J. H. MTLLABD,
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Strwta.
OMAHA, - - NElfiAgKA.
Capital , $200,009 00
Surplus and Proata Su.OOO 00
FlNANaAL AGENT SFOB THE UNITED
ANr DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY FOB
THIS BANK DEALS
in Ezchsnn. Governinent Bonds, Vouchers,
" Gold Cain,
BULLION and GOLDDVST
And sells drsits and uakea collectlona oa all
parts ol Europe.
"Drsits drawn payable in gold or eurren
cy en the Bank ol California, San Francisco.
TICKETS FOB SALE TO ALL PARTS
ol Europe vi the Cunard and National
Steamship Lines, and the flamborg-ABier'can
Packet Oompnr. Jy7tl
The First National Bank
Censer of Farkam and 13th Streets.
TEE OLDEST BAVmOE8TABLISHaIT
(Successors to Kountze Brothers.)
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Orfuifod u ft Hatlonal Bank, Aogut 91,1863
Capital sad ProStsoTer $350,000
QFFICKS3 AX P WRKCTOM ;
a. j. poppleton. Attorney.
WOULD "INFOB1I THE P'JBLIC THAT
ther are now . ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of the Terr bestquslltj,
and In any qusntity.elUxr at the factory, which
is located at Beatrlce,Neb., or at the Pipe works
In rini.h. Thcr alas ai nrenared to furnish
all kinds ofCfcMENTPJPINa lor SEWEBAQE,
IIVnKAIII.ir. CEMENT MANIFACTtlRED
INTHE UNITED STATES.
SSrbRDEBS FROM DEALERS RESPECT
BEATRICE HTDBAUUC CKMENT
OMAHA - - NEBRASKA.
CARRUE, BUGCY mi. WaSOS
N. E. IORNEB ot litk and HABNEV ST8,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
llethatbels now ready to SU all con
tracts in the aboie llnea with neatneka and
aarExDress wanna consUntlr oa hand and
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NE corner; Famhua sad Ekreath streets,
OVAHA. ... NESSLAdKA.
Bavarian Beer Hall!
19S Dspglis St,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Finest brands o( all clasaae ol Uqnora and
Seesrs. Fresh Ifer eensUnllr on hand.
je2S-3sa CHA8.HART Prop.
' DEALER IN '
Dress Ctascs, Silks aii Trtamlag.
No. aODodfe J'eet, between 14th and 15th.
Dress 'makinc dona with: neat-
nese and dispatch. Order
JOHN H. GUEEN,
flEAd, YVHCm AMB 1ZE2,
Harawf aueet, hela Uth
sosrJra, ak stLACXsacrrmmo
'aaDefBW j iaaasaM
- SV -i -l : - "V-i ear mw.
bd UJkamehea. ta thateteai aad awef
a peered yillaa.
Nos. 187, 189 and 191 Fainham Street.
'ER OAK COOKING STOVES,
All of Which Will be Sold at aaHfactmrers Prices, With Freight; tided.
piS-s mox5L Tor Prioe Xalsstas.
h jTa. THOR1TP.
NEBRASKA SHIFT MANUFACTORY
Is? iiSFiffiil 189
FARNHAMST., S' tt FARNHAM ST.,
OMAHA, mmJMW NEBEASKA
CSaShirts of a
kinds made to oraer. aausiauon guair&nieeu.
a ... -
FliOXriFEEID &a MBAI.
VaiBnelarci wllh Ureat
ry . .
A ad MaauCsctarcr or Drjr
I DEALERS IN
ZlooUng, Pifif OoU, Tar, Etc, Stc
fOOFlXO In anypatt of KeWsa or aoirilng SUtd. Office oppositosthe Gts Wcrks, on
fj IZIQI UTCW amUUIXSa AT, U.ViV
I am now iiianulafturing all rarieties of candies
andill pell at
Dealers ia this SUte awe-iet waat to go Kast f CANDIES.
A trtaf Is solicited.
B. k JWILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLELE AND RETAIL,
.fourteenth Stx4r - Omahau, Hob
GENERAL AGENTS FM AIL SCHOOL BOOKS
C. F GOODMAN,
War w 4 Twl mw t w
asTvfearl Tlaa1 at" 1 r
PAINTS, OILS 'mp
2sL. J". otKEIDLIQOILT,
IurorrxK asd Joanaa-.jHFoaooa ixo Dokestic
WINES and: LIQUOR5
Tobacco akd Cis&rs.
No. 142 FABNHAM STMET, OMAHA, NEB.
Old Keat.cky "Waw4tes a Fpccialtf.
rAGENT FOK THE ELDO
SS8 54f FflvtMatt
(Oaea bd ataln.l Omaha. Ne
aad BaawJea oa hand or Kad to
H. st PartleeJar attestioa
asam I '- Tyea f
aaaaaaWMl LaSaBBBBwaVBaaiavl f'
and HEATING ST0TES,
GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS, &C &G.
tare irsmiiie uesi uraia.
iua. joago ouf
I atartd Uaooa; and S heanhlng Felt.
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Vine company, California:-!
or 7oliot, HI.
WHOLESALE1 DEALEK IN
I3S am 166 FanataM Street.'
M. U. WALKED,
XANDFACnuaK) AND DEALEBIN
SOOTS & SHOES
510 llth St. Between Farnhaa and Doajlss
The Urjnt aad best hot between Chicago
tad San Francisco.
Opened new September SOth, 1873.
ao tl GEO. THKALL. Proprietor.
sraov ksk. "wn t. ttxzo
Tb. Oidmt Ketahllshei
Real Estate Agency
Keep a eosaplet. Abetrmet or Title tojsllal
Ui VHeWal MM fc
MAX' MEYEI? & BROTHER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
It lwaV I Jaaa '5' He linSl i99'
c r1 jaV ' aaa, !aaAv iaaV' aW"'1'
I hv. JsiaawaanT3Bw?yewa-:a:aaE:
CHEAP 7AEMS! 7BJBS SOMES
Union Pacific Railroad
A Uii (hint of 12.000.WO Aem of the be PA1MIHQ tad MIHEBAL Laia of Aaerlo
1,000,000 ACKFS IS NEBRASKA EI THE G1WAT PLA1TE TALLEI
THE 0ABDEI OF THE WEST I0W FOB SALE
These lands are In the central portion of the United Stttee, on tbe 41st decree of Hot thtai
ItudeVthTcentral line ol the great Temperate Zone o! the American Ctatlnent, and for grala
growing and stock raising unsurpassed by any In the united States.
0HBAPEK M PBI(3E,marefaTOTMetoBfdw.B4m8MreBlwtto airist tia oa
FIVE and TEN TEARS credit gWen with interest at SIX PES CENT
00L0HIST8na AOTUAL8ETULEEaoabyoaTa Tean1 Credit Laadi ie iaa
trice to all CREDIT PUB0SASEB3.
A DeducUon TEN PEK CENT. FOB CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETTLERS.
ind tho Best Locations for Colonies!
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead ci
Xz:oo XASSssoas to 3EurolX4ex-a oT XastaxcS.
SenJ for new IxescriptlTO Pamphlet, with new maps. pnbedEMlfab, Groan, Sweed
A. B. ITUBEKMANN fc CO.,
FBAQTXOAXi I 3MCJ.x.xar,oixare3r?
WATCHMAKERS, I QF JEWELEY
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS.
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE 08 RETAIL.
Dealers Can Sarc TIME and FREIGHT bj
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
C. ABBOTT fc CO.,
Booksellers 1 Stationers
No. 188 Faniliam Street. Oinaha, Neb'
PaMIshen' AgeHte for Sclieel Baekt used ia Scbra?fca.
GEO. A. HOAGLAND,
OFFICE AND YARD
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH
WM. M. FOSTER,
WINDOWS, DOORS, 8LINDS, MOULDINGS, &C.
Plaster Paris, Hair, Dry and Tarred Felt.
Sole Ageats for Bear Creek Liame aad LoHUtllle Cemeat
On V. P. Track,
N2CI. D; SOLOMON,
OHiS AHJJ WINDb'W GLASS,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIG-HT OIL
OMAHA - NbbKAbKA
FAIRLIE & MONELL,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Stationers, Engravers and Printers.
MascMc, Odd. Jellows .and Knights of Pythias
LOBGE PROPERTIES, JEVELS,
AND, DEALT IN
rw Ttrsb, Lawas, Ceaaeterlei Cauarek 6rsa. art PbMc Park',
lita Street bet. Farnnam and Usrney, J
TO BE AS REPRESENTED.-
STS., D. P. B. R. TRACK.
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