Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 21, 1874, Image 2

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    THE OMAHA I
OFFICIAL PAl'Elt OP TIIE
TO COttRESl'OSDKSfT
W * DO SOT desire any contributions
ol a literary or poetical character ;
will not undertake to prcserre , or
whalerer. <
be mme , In any case
la sufficiently large to more than BI
limited rpace In that direction.
EIAL XAJCE OF WRTOB , In full , mui
and erery case accompany anyco ;
tion o ( whrt nature soever. This
tended for publication , but for our'
( action and u proof o ! good faith.
Oox CorKTKT FJUKNDSwe Trill i
pleated to hear from , on all matters
with crops , country politics , and 01
ject vhaterer of general interest t
' fie of our State. Any inforioatioi
, e4 with the election , and relating
accUcnU. etc. , will be gladly recel
inch eommunlMtlons , howeTer ,
brief ai pouibltt ; and dey most , I
b * written np c one Ue of the ihi
POLITICAU
AU , A O jrcKXUtn ol candidates
whether made bj self or Iri <
whether as not Vxsor con. < aunlcat
Editor , are ( until nominations i
simply personal , and will be char ]
TertisemtBU
All communications should be aii
E. BOSEWATEB , Editor and Publis'
* vn' .
SOTICK.
On and after 'October twenty-flrst
eiiy circulation of the DAILY BEE i
by ISr. Edwin Da ls , to whose ordt
scrlpUoGS not paid at the office will 1
ind by whom all rtceipU lomubucri ]
E. HOSEWATEB ,
TUE re-election of the i
Cannon to represent Utah
gresa has again been ord (
Brigham , and the faithful
pected to obey the mandate. '
great Infallible.
now it transpires t
immortal author of the repi
plank of the Indiana Dei
platform la Dan Voorhee
known as the tall sycainorx
Wabash.
TIIE Uarlists are now hi
strong position ninety mil
the Spanish capital , and P
Serrano has proclaimed mai
throughout Spain , -which ii
that the affairs of the Repn
In a rather critical conditioi
Tire Colorado.land grab
fuse to be reconciled towh
are pleased to term JIcCoc
pet baggers' rule. Their ori
Denver News , declares p
war on all who do not .
martyrs who have recently
Leaded by the Presidential i
As will be seen by the
Washington dispatches ,
.Hitchcock does not apprchi
serious danger from India1
filons to the people of thi ;
This was the opinion of \
when Governor Furnas mi
famous appeal for arms to 1
retary of "War.
TJIE muddle in McMahoi
net still continues. McMal
either have to fill his cabir
political acrobats who can
much ground and lofty turn
the members of the French
al Assembly , or he will hir
point a perpetual and irres
ministry who will pay no ate
-to anybody except the Pi
Dictator at the helm of the
government.
ACCORDING to an opinio
ered by Chief-Justice Lai
Lincoln Injunction case , lai
the placing of any building
public highway or thorough
nuisance , and City Coucils
authority to grant a permit :
Ing such obstructions into th
to anybody. In view of
transactions by the Orna
Council , tills opinion is so :
significant.
THE oft repea.ed and nc
filled pledges of the Union
are at last to become visi
undisputable realities. El
we publish the gratifying fs
uocted vlth the proposed c
' tion of Oho U. P. depot an
quarter. ' building * .
This time there is no shan
It , and there is now every p
ity that the hopes and prs
Omaha will be fully realizei
Jhe snow flics.
. GiiAjf A is not gaining mi
reputation through the dark
Co-op reformers. Jfero is v-
Asbhjnd Times remarks aboi
' 0ro h seems to be U.
so-called Co-ops
place of the -
Btate , as well as being the he
in "which all political schemi
chicanery first starts. The
litical hacks of that birth ]
corruption have been tryin ,
since the farmers started the !
movement , to work up son
bywhich they could capt
Grange influence , and in e\
stance have failed. "
THE Republican State
Committee meets in this citj
one week. Much interest is
Tested all over the Stale in i
cecdings of this body , es ]
* . with reference to apportii
sead the time .for holding tl
vention.
The BEE favors liberal an
table apportionment , and ai
convention. "We desire to
sections of the State fully re
ted , and \ > c believe that'the
lican party can affor 1 to no
only candidates whose pure i
Impeachable reconl will
them to 'stand the brunt of
contested camgaign ,
A LETTER just received fr
special correspondent at Poi
nouneea fearful ravages by tl
of grasshoppers. On Frid :
" they made their appcarai
Ducon county , coming frc
north in great clouds. W
' * fevr hours they stripped th
fields , leaving them as desoli
* ing our correspondent's expi
as was Chicago after the Ore.
Fortunately most of Uu
grain is harvested , and will
'injured by this raid. Old set
that region declare that the ;
have seen anything like it.
be Jioped the incursion of tl :
raclous pests will not extent
, V. the Indian reservation.
_ k , . - "
THE DEIFT OF IT.
The steady drift of Germa
ion in Nebraska and Omali
other towns and States , in th
tion of the Democratic party
dicated by every outward sig
almost universal abandon !
the Republican party by th
man-Americans of the counl
really gave it power.
It is in obedience to this
of opinion among these peoj
the German paper otOmal
Post , which has heretofore
under "independent" colors ,
ing water on both shoulde
thrown away its mixed 1
and boldly avows it adheri
the Democratic cause. It is
faction to know that in taki
step , the Post follows , rath
leads , the German opinion o
ha and the State. Herald.
The steady drift of the
Post towards certain leading
crats who hold a mortgage i
has very naturally forced th
pendent ( ? ) sheet to drift in
rectiuxi of the Democratic pa
was in obedience to the wil
Democratic owntrs of the
that the Post has just chang
It is , however , great satifac
know that German Republi
Omaha , as well as in l <
lully understand the real
for this departure. With M
Weinstein at the helm then
no doubt as to the drift of i.
manic Bourbon organ. Wt
hcnd , however , that an
Democrat , like Mr. Weinstc
by no means represent the
that portion of our German
can population who are'in t !
of doing their own thinking
Since the Herald seeks t
pret the drift of political se
among the Germans of Nebi
quoting the Omaha Post , \
may very properly quote :
older and more influential
the Staaia Zeituny , edited
Ronner. We quote from
number of that journal. " \
well-known overwhelming i
of the Republican party in tl
and the absolute want
ganization among the
sition in the Western
ties , which would require mi
trouble and money , wo b.elii
the German Americans and
er opponents of prohibition
tion , ought to exert their i
anil influence within the Re ]
City , County , and State Cov
Should it happen contrary
expectations that these Con'
shall , under the well drillec
bition organizations , array
publican party in oppositior
sonal liberty , U will be time
to turn our backs upon tha
which during the past tei
has been the advocate an
der of freedom and equal i
all. A party tnat has oven
the last Presidential cai
counted among its cnthusk
lowers , nearly three-fourths
German voters in America , '
language of the Herald , t
would ask : Do you think I
inuns are fools ?
THIRD term speculations
to be the principal staple o
rial production during the
heated term.
OUT OF THE CI1
From Omaha to 'Dec
Blair , Tekama , and the
Valley.
[ Special Correspondence of Til
EDITOR BEE :
To escape from the dust ai
of the city , and glide away
Missouri valley over the
and rvorthwestern railroad ,
light that one must enjoy t (
ciate.
ciate.We
We take a scat in the to
after a few minutes , tha
hours , of waiting , it moves c
accellcrating speed as the
wheels take better hold of tl
Once out of the city , the cool
wind fanning our brows ,
over us a delicious mantle
Our eyes weary of brick wa
wooden walks , drink joy fr
varying landscape ; ihe n
fume of the country air i
with each breath makes th <
throb with new vigor and se
blood tingling with pleasant Ate
to each extremity. The in
music of bird songs from tin
rcapprg rattlingin theharvea
the riisli of tjijj Irajn and th
ling of the wind as it speeds
lulls us into iorgetfuliiess of
a sense of quiet happiness , ' !
pass Florence , Fort Calhov
DeSotq ujmn ful of time
tance.
"BLAIR , "
and wo leave the train with
but 150611 'forget it in the core
utation and hearty grasp of f
voice and hand.
Fanners are busy with tht
vest , and the merchants are
advantage of the lull in ti
complete improvements for
ter handling in the fall. Sevei
stores have been opened hi
season , and more are hi
Ciistetter's banking house and
& Lane's drug store , both o
are nearly completed. A d
more nice residences huv
built , and several are in tht
of contractors.
The Co-ops Imve been here
we's Lin gone. " , , Johnso
Dudley organized a neat chai
of ardent "refreshers , " bul
that "confounded BEE reporl
terviewcd the Co-op key ho
published the secret worki
the "state grand" and "great
Coop , the chain has assum
form of a few disjointed link
ing around the form of th
Blarney O' < 7im > , most-v
great-hlgh-castle-stander-up
alley. The charter , a chea
ing document , representing
manual , - &p. , $15 to the
Grand , " ( Johuspn & Dudlej
$25 "UT.tho ' "great grand , "
hangs in a. picture framing
lishment. We copied the ;
A friend seeing us do it says ,
put mine hi , " and we prc
ft was fatal. Every other 01
3d friendly that -we can iiotd
an injury.
J. B. Herman is bringing <
other patent. This time It is a
stirring plow. We were per
to look at the model , but a d
tion would bo premature i
Lhls time. It is , however , th
complete mechanical conti
that can be imagined , and u
"a success" for the inventor
fully" and financially.
One day at Blah- , and Cap1
man "conducts" us to H
where jolly Jim Stephensonl
into the Tekama stage ( one
best in the State ) without tw
ters , four guns and two dogs ,
lady and four band boxes , i
man and a boy , and last ( bul
means least , in the space oc <
with B. F. Spencer , travelinj
man for Morgan & Gallaghe
A photograph of the top
stage would be a "study" foi
tist , judging by the "variety <
cles we saw going up , mai
powder kegs , herring boxes ,
era and cheese , fruit sacks , ft
etc. , etc.
Both travel and trade dem
immediate completion of tl
road to Decatur , and if it no
runniug expenses , it would 1
able to make handsome div
Tokama people are alert and
as ever. Business is not br
cept between dark and ten 01
o'clock at night , as every KT
hand is busy with the ham
hardly a soul takes time to , <
town till the day's work is o
New buildings in every d :
indicate that the carpenter
had a busy summer. One s
evening at Tekama leads u
mark that it can safely b
more handsome ladies th :
other townjof its size in the
Whoever would see Kebrasl
best , must , as we did , ( Spem
your correspondent ) get uj
the morning sun IB just s\
clear of the Iowa bluffs , and
the same span of rattling TO
In the same "bang up" new
( onp of W < K > 4worth's best ) ti
trim as a fairy sohoonerdisrei
roads or paths , skim over tli
ries , now down in the hollc
then riding the swells that r
ocean waves between Tekai
the Logw "Valley. Bull
would be the eyes that woi
brighten ; cold the heart tha
not glow. But to you , with
tist's eye ; to you , lover of th
tiful , one minute here we
worth a ypar amonff stalled
tains , gloomy dells , and
cataracts.
Rising the last s\rell , the
of the Logan bursts like a
light on your dazzled eyes
panorama of rural loveliness ,
ot yellow headed wheat and
oats , and com fields black
trast , checker , in great squa
prairie green. White cottag
of industry , nestle here anc
but half hid by young grove
hie rows of trees margin th
ways ,
Logan creek crosses ant ] ri
the valley from side to sid <
the water loved to linger hei
A church spire marks the
of the foreground , and the
reaches away to the right and
til ! the colors mingle and ar
ths distance. Over all , glvii
object a distinctness alrnoy
ling In its vividness , is tl
Nebraska air. Sunlight r
frona the creek and churcl
and "in flashes from revolvii
chinery in the fields , add !
light" to a picture that is ]
only to the eye or imaginatio
beauty of thjs valley is not
productiveness is rare , even
most fertile State. Every
section is occupied , and muc
under cultivation. The vail
the appearance of having
settled ten or twelve yea
BYgry inhabitant seems tc
prdspefed'an'd grown rich , l
"homestead" habitation h
appeared and given place
morp pretentious and c <
handsome resldenpcs of weal
Twenty miles from. Teki
u"a Lyons and eighteen to Dec
four hours and a half , earlles
day , through the heart of on
best counties in the State ,
best time of the jear , is a tr
would make the most coi
dyspeptic digest a hearty din
DECATUR.
Old Decatur , we can say i
older than Omaha , is c
rejuvinating. Several new re
show that their builders , at le
prospering. A public school
ing now in process of erectio
plans by Architect Driscoll ,
the enterprise of the people
site selected is simik
that of the public
building in Omaha , and
mands a finer view of the S
valley. The little town at yo
the grain-loaded farms dotti
bottom , the Missouri river , t
thickly wooded Iowa shore ,
up a beautiful landscape.
This season has seen the beg
of better days for this tow
railroad or no railroad , it mu
tlnue to flourish ; am ) { f , as
more than probable , two n
railroads should make this a i
juncture , it will at once bee
competitor for the great trade
braska , that cannot be ign <
easily boaten.
Nowhere on the trip from <
to tliip point have we seen or ]
of ftny Drawback to the
' ' '
Much'of the wh'eat i's'alrpafi
vested , and the crop is inofi
double that of last year. :
MERRICK COUNTY
The Grasshopper Inva :
( Corrcjpoiidfiice ofn BEK )
Lo 'E TREE , Jul ,
EDITOR BEE :
The last week has been
marked important to our co
Dne to be long remembered
young and struggling opu
A.S I told you when in Omal
the drouth had very materia
iured crops , so it proved , bu
then we have had some rail
was It not for a new soil We
liave had enough to get alon
the grasshoppers visited usjin
ileared everything where
stopped. At least half the <
was visited , and perhaps
They are still with us in some
ties , and liable to do much d
yet , as it is now earlier thai
have ever come before whet
Uave done any damage. Tl
uo disguising the fact that the
bo much suffering In this c
Xb work to be had whereby
jan be provided , and manj
uo alternative but to
ind go where they can obtaii
ployment. The immediate vi
if Lone Tree was not dama ;
my great extent , andl canno
that the western part of the (
eras , but take it all in all , a
ire badly crippled. Farmers
not begin to pay their indebte
xnd merchants who have dei
m the present harvest to be ] {
) ut , must of necessity , succum
ihall not have half grain end
> xpect to carry us till the ne :
rest The people seem to bo
a the emergency. They ha\
, Ue lands and good health lei
vere it not for our collection a
; mptlon laws , could get Juor
mr real estate ; but this can
noved this winter , and 'tis
loped the people will seejto I
; end no stoughton bottles to th
legislature. Men is what we
low. Hastily ,
ED ,
STATE JOTTINGS.
Lincoln wants a fire ala ;
Schuyler has a bowling :
Kearney is still iniprovl
Notau empty house IE
Ha.
The Wahooltes propose
ip a $5,000 hotel. '
The Nebraska City plow
ivill 'xj enlarged.
Kearney will soon have
rani.
The Supreme Court ad
Saturday till September 1.
Brownville wants to orj
manufacturing company.
Forest City puts in a cl
the county seat.
Beatrice is to have a s
tory.
Hooper id improving 1
track facilities.
The new elevator at
will bo finished next week.
Extcr crusaders are pnr
a milliaery shop.
-The grasshopper army
vaded Seward county.
Blair has improvised
sprinkler.
Kearney proposes to or )
fire department.
Lincoln is to have a
factory. '
Dog killing is the pr <
pastime ot the Lincoln polic
A pickle factory has 1
tablishedat.Lincoln. . .
Heavy immigration is
into the Nebraska valley tl
sou ,
Troy is the name of I
town about twenty miles al
obrara.
Colfax county ia inves
the irregularities of her
'
Treasurers'
Parties who have recei
amined the Boone county p <
represent them as very prc
* . The Omaha & North
want eight months extens'o
Burt county to extend their
The Peruvians are ha
after a fashionable ice ere
lor.
Harvest hands are qi
S2.00.per day in the Pawnei
market ,
More houses jn proqesn
tion at Republican City thai
town iii the valley.
Sixtyrsix persops took 01
alization papers in Kearnej
since May 1st.
Lincoln county is going
an elegant court-house at
Platte.
Platte.Tho
The wind , storm last " \
day did considerable dan
various buildings at Grand
A farm laborer' named
died from sun-stroke near
creek , Dodge Co. , lost week ,
The Washington Counl
missloners have fixed the Iii
cense at $300.
Another new bank is r
be started in Nebraska Cit ;
the auspices and with the pj
Grangers.
Another excursion is p
froni Illinois to Nebraskc
'
time It'fs to Wilbur , Bal'jpe
[ t pomes off August 18th ,
The Crete plow factory v
bo in working order. Two 1
"
plows are to be "turned oui
winter sets in.
P ter Gerkert , a house
jf Lincoln , was drowned
bathing in the Blue river ne ;
ml Just wepk ,
During the present seas
igricultural implement dei
Fairmont disposed of 239 m
for cutting and harvesting AV
Indianola , the county
Red Willow county , is on <
moat thrifty and industrious
in the Republican valley.
A government surveyin
> rgap jzpd three weeks ago al
nooiith arie exploring ana sui
' .he North Loup country.
The people of North Ixn
to bridge the watery chasm t
irates them from the propo !
'ort and military post.
The Carbon coal and
xnnpiuiy of "Topeka ) ard"i i
irrangementB to open and w
Dunbar coal mine on the A
Pacific.
The Kearney Dally 2V
jeen enlarged , to a seven \
japer , and materially imj
The Press is now a very en
The Nebraska City Ct
las changed editors. At Jc
mow the old one has retire
bo name of his successor i
nysteiy.
H. A. Horton , a promim
uer , living two miles froi
> raska City , was gored , and <
? erely Injured , by a vicious 1
veek.
Mr , Pavjd Leach | s
angements to stock his larg
icar Gil more , Sarpy count ]
rout. The pond is eupplie
mro cold watgr from f <
The taxes levied by the
aissionera of Phelps county
reur 1675 , are as follows : I
ax , 6 mills on the dollar ; ro
4 on each quarter section of
iroperty valuation , -$541,693.
-A Bohemian girt , twen
ears of nge ? who had been
ountry but fourteen days , w
troke near Crete on Wed
rhllo at work in the field , a
tantly died.
A survey of the Midland
x tension from Seward to
'
sland has been completed'a
on will probably be laid '
be snow flies. " The M. P
any will put the iron on the I
ille and Fort Kearney rpac
s Tecumseh.
Last Tuesday the Beatri
lent Company wasenlarged
dditiou of Messrs. H. W.-I
mithBros. , W. H. Somerat
[ . Willard , who became
tockbolders with the three o
icmbers , Messrs. Paddock ,
ell and Roper. This chang
ivolves the transfer to the C
Company of the land and oth
erty attached to the
rivllege below Beatrice , ,
ao intention of the atri
ned company to build a subs
am at that point , for use ii
ing , the cement machlner ;
ther purposes ; and they p
Iso to push the manufnc !
lelr cement as rapidly as pc
'ith a view of developing it
lore extensive business tha
ther of the kind In the
V outside of the Roa
ad Louisville works. They
i-ery reason to believe thai
w establish a market In ttu
that will call for constantly ! ]
ing effort to eugply , and w
creased capital and a good
power they expect to increa
manufacturing Capacity of
works many times beyond it
ent proportions. , * !
BANKIG.
5St
SAUNDEKs ENOS I
President-Vice Pn
-i ; - UT >
BEX WOOD , Cashier.
SAVINGS
" & , *
X. W. Cor. Farnham nudilsth
Capital
Authorize ! Capltll.
fV\EPOSITS AS SMALl , AS i . .
I ± J larsece'ved and compound InU
| lowed on the same. , JP
* "
i C U- . $ ! ,
Advantages
Certificates of Depjj
/ OR ANYPARTMH
posit after remaining in thi3 Bc
months , will draw interest from d.te
it to payment. Thp whole or any par
pewit can > drawn atan < r t' me. a\
The Oldest EstaDlisti
BANKING HOI
IJi XJillAKKA. . '
Caldwell , Hamilton %
. Business transacted .same ;
of , an Incorporated Hank.
Accounts. kent in Currency <
subject to sight check with
Uce.
Certificates of Deposit issn
able on demand , or at list
bearing interest at six perct
annum , and available iu in al
of. the country.
Advances made to custoir
approved securities at marke
of interest.
Buy and sell Gold , Bills
change. Government , State , (
and Citr Bonds ,
ITe give special attention 1
Mating Railroad and other
rate Loans issued within thi
Draw Sight Drafts on Ei
Ireland , Scotland , anil all p
Europe.
Sell European Passage Tic ]
COLLLECT10KS PROJ4PTIA' M
EZRA MIXLARD. I J. IF. MIL
President , j C
NATION ALB A
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Sir
OMAHA , - s
Surplus and Profits. . . .
AGENTSFOR THE
FINANCIAL STATES.
ANr DESIGNATED DEPOSITOIi
DI3BUKSIKQ OFFCERS.
THIS BANK DEALS
in Exchange , Government Bonds , A
Gold Coin ,
\JSULLIONand \ GOLDD
_
And sells drafts and makes collection
parts of Europe.
WDrafts drawn payable In gold or
cycn the Bank pi California , San Frat
FOR SALE TO ALL
- 4of Europe via the Cunard and
Stoarushlp Lines , and the Hamburg- . *
Jacket Company. j
U.S.DEPOSITO
The First National 1
Corner of Farhnrn and 13th j
THE OLDEST BAKHKBESTABLiS
"
( Successors to Kountze Brothers
ESTABLISHED IN
Oiijaulwd as a National Bank , August :
Capital and Profits over - $21
OFFICERS JLND DIEECTO J ;
E , OBEIQHTOK , "A. KOUNTZ
President. . Casl
U. COUNTZE , H. W.YAT :
Vice Pres't. As'tCasl
A. J. roppLETONi Attorne
Tire
Hvdraulio , Oem
-AND-
INFORM TIIE PUBLIC
WODLD are now ready to furni ;
DRATJLlCCEXIENT.oftheTery best
mdln any quantltyeltherat the factor
DRAINAGE , ETC , Also manufac
ityles of CHIMNEY WOKK. WE GU
rEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUL 1
! IVDRAULIC CEMENT MANl/rAC
IK THE UNITED STATES.
W-OUDERB PROM DEALERS RE
FULLY SOLICITED.
BEA.TBICB HYDRAULIC CEi
& WPE CO.
OMAHA - - NEBR *
iny21-3m
3ARRIAGE , BUGCY aufi "W
MANUPACTCBER.
* . E. CORNER of Htli ana HARNE
respccttully.announceto tl
WOULD lie is now ready to fill :
racts in the above lines with neati
dispatch.
BafErprcss wagons constantlr on h
ir gala.
E2 vcr a 3 ? r z aac au 3
DEALER IN
Fruits , Confection
CIGARS AND TOBACC
iF corner Farnhini and Eleventh
MAHA. . . . NEBE
P , FftLLON
DEALER IX
) rcss Goods , Silks and Trimi
Nq. 23 ? Dodge * ' "ect.between HVh an
Dressmaking done with :
lese 'and dispatch. 0)
idlioited.
3e25-3m
H. GREEK
STATE MIL !
DEALER IN
GRAIN , FLOUB AKD FEE
AHD /
COMMISSION MERCHA3
iS Hirneynreet , between lita and
Carriage "and Wagon
i all it Branches. In the latest anil
approved pattern.
ORSE SHOEING AND BLACJCSUH
od rtpairlcg done on. thort cotkc
DBWBY
Furniture Dealer ,
and 191 Fainliam Stree
NOB. 187,189
marijtf
MILTON ROGEBS ,
T
* *
Wholesale Stove
THTWAB.E and THTITEB.S' STOCB
SOLE WESTERN AQENCYFOK
WART'S COOKING and HEATESG STOYI
THE "FEABLESS , " COOKING STOVES ,
CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVE
' , With Freichtadd |
Prices
All of Which IJill be Sold at Manufacturers'
V
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J. A. THORTTP ,
NEBRASKA SHIBTANDFASTOB
FARNHAM ST. , FARNHAM ST
OMAfiA , KEBEASEJ
SHIRTS M D GENTS' 15iSiHING GOODS , &C. , 6
' . Satisfation 8uarmnlsed.j [
CSrShirta o'f all kinds made to order.
aprllyleod g
Fort Galhoiiii Mills.
& -iCEA. ]
Mannfuctnrcd T ivilli Great Care from the Best Grain.
General Depot , Ccr. 1-ith. c& Dodge St
CLAKIi
PITCH , FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFE1
aud Sllcuiblng Felt.
And Maiiufaclurcr ot Dry nnt : Saturattil Hooflup ;
DEALERS IN
Roofing , Pitci , Coal , Tar , Etc. , Et <
r > OOPiKG in any patt of HetiiasVa or . adjoining States. Office opposite ? the Gas 'Works ,
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tt 12thi treet. Addrccs'P.'O.Box 452.
WHOLESALE
ftantUacturing all varieties of candies
" wUl sell at
B .A.
Dealers In this Statelieca not want to goEastfoi CANDIES.
itrial is solicited. - .
StGave. . XStlx.
mchlltt
B. & j WILBUK ,
Books jand Stationery
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
fourteenth , Street , Omab.a. . ITel
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GENERAL AGENT EPR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
arS-lmy ' * j i
C. F. Gt > ODMAN ,
ffHCLESALE DRBSGIST
X > calcr In
- , . _ yAND WINDOW GLASS
Omsi-lia ,
lMt-orTEit AKD JOBBER OP FOEEICS AND DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS
To"baccos 4.nd Cigar s ,
. 14S FABTSJHAM STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
Old Kentucky "Whiskies ft Specialty.
IHTAGEST FOB THE ELDOBAlJO WISE COSIPANY , CAUFORXIA.-ffa
Ju1y2y Fojrtoxr'et . .lo , of Tel ± ot. Xll.
reeu
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SKA. ,
Established 1858 :
| 3th.
sat-
.ers
CARRUGE MANUFACTORY
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street ,
( OlSce npetaln. ) Omaha , Kebrask . [ Carragu
and Boggles on hand or made to order.
N. B. Particular attention jCild to Kcpair
pr2U
r. Ing. $
[ fith. JACOB GZSH ,
IBUa
201
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INU UNDEH TAKER
JAS. M-M ITTJ
WHOLESALE DEALEK IN
Clarified Giidei
135 and ISO Farnham Street.
JI. \TALKER , -
MAXUFACTUUEr' AMI ) UKALEBIS
BOOTS & SHOE
310JSth St. Between Farnham and DOUJ
'
GRAND
DMAHA , - HEBRASl
The lareest and liest hot between Chic
ind San Francisco.
Opened new September 30 tb , 1873.
30 U OKo. THKALL. Proprietor
nyaojr SEED. MCWIS i. RS
BYRON REED & CO.
The OUcjt EaUUiahed
Real Estate Agenc
IK KEBBASKA
Keep s complete Abstract of Title to all EJ
Eitata In Oioalu and Doo&Ua coontr.
MAX-MEYER & BROTHER , OMAHA/ NEBRASKA
IHEAP FARMS' FRSE HOMES
OntaeUneol tit
Tnion Pacific Railroad
[ Ati Gnat of 12,000,000 Acres of tli last FABJ1IHG wi MIHEHA.L Lwds of Aneri
300,000 ACUFS Df KEBBASKi. IS THE GREAT PLATTE YALL1
THE GABDEN OF IHE WEST BOW IGB SAI.B
, tbe 41st degree of NuithL
ol the United States oa
'beee lands are In the central portion Zone ol the American Continent , and for gra
. line ot the great Temperate
de. the central .
United SUtn.
the
la
unBuipuscd bj any
iwing and atock raising
. and rar nleat to cuket tisa c.
l more
n.
EAPEB IH FBIOEi&nra fitoratlaterns ? .
b found 1 tvheit.
' with Interest at SIX PER CENT
FIVE a d TEX YEAES' credit glren
Otedit. Laads at ta
LOKISTSand JSOTUALSETULEBScaatmycaTea
mice to all OBEDIT PPBOHASEB3.
A Deduction TEN PEU CENT. FOE CASH.
FREE H05EESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
J nd tlio Best Locations for Colonies !
oldiers Entitled to a Homestead c
' - > 160 Acres.
. . of
'roo - 2Po.igi 3OM to I uLrola.a.raorfii
, with new maps , published in ErwlUh , German , Swei
iJescriptire Pamphlet ' ' .
Send Jor new . .
. > . I O l.'VT'XS.
Address
I Din'j'j , uiall&d irw eterywhcre. lAnd Coinmi loner I ) . P. K-U-Uo. Omaha , Neb.
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A. B. HUBEKMANN & CO.
XUCz . xa. xi. T . ot la'xo x
MATCHMAKERS , OF JEWELRY
S. E. Cor. IStlx & Douglas Sts.
BATCHES & CLOCKS
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WABE ,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Balers Can Save TIME and FKEIGI1T 1) ]
Ordering of Us.
EXGBAYINC ! DONE FREE OF CHAIIGE !
-ALL UOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS
J.
C. ABBOTT
S. O. ABBOTT & CO. ,
tookseHers 1 Stationers
o. 188 Famham Street. Oinalm , , Nel
nsed In Nebraska.
Publishers' Asents for Schaol Books
GEO. A. HOAGiAim
Wholesale Lumbel
OFFICE AND YARD
COR , OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS , , U , P. BR , TBACR ,
inlltf
WM. M. FOSTER ,
KThoiesale Lumbei i
WINDOWS , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , &C. |
and Tarred Tell
Plaster Paris , Hair , Dry
Sole Agents for Bear Creek Ume and LouhTilloCeuioat ;
OFFICE AND TARL : . 1ST .
! . T. Track , bat Farnham and Douglas ' ' Sts. -
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N. I. D. SOLOMON ,
OILS A1TD GI.ASS ,
) AL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT
NEBRA !
AHA _
FAIBLIE & MONELL ,
, ANK BOOK MANUFACTUBJ
Stationers , Engravers and Printers ,
_ _
nic , Odd Fellows and Kniglits of Pytl
GE PROPERTIES , JE\VEIJS , BOOKS , BLANKS ,
. -
83TEASTERX PRICES AND EXPRESS.-tga
Stroot. -
AKTHUR BUCKBEE ,
B TJ I L
AKD DEALER INTer
Tor Yards , Lawns , Ccraetirlea Clarch Grcuds and Public Park * ,
OSce and Shop : ) - - - OMA ]
reel t t. Farnham and Harney , J
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