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. EOSEWATES , Editor and Publisher , D :
On and after October twenty-first , 1872
aty circulation of the DAILY BEE Is assu
by Mr. Edwin Darls , to whose order all
crlpUona not paid at the office will be pay
and by whom all receipts for nubecriptioni
E. K03EWATEB , Publl
A Republican State Convent
will be held at the city of Liaci
on "Wednesday , the 2d day of
tember , 1874 , at 3 o'clock , p. in. ,
the purpose of placing in nomi
tion one candidate for nierabei
Congress , one candidate tor pen
of Congress contingent , candid
for Governor , Secretary of St
Treasurer , Superintendent of Pu
Instruction , State Prison Inspec
and Attorney General , and for
irtuuaction of such other busii
fls may properly come before it.
delegates present from each Judi
District will nominate a writ
person for District Attorney ,
their respective Districts.
The organized counties are
titled to delegates upon the foil
ing basis :
Counties east of the. sixth Princ
Meridian shall be entitled to
delegate for each 1,000 inhabits
according to the census taken
ring the current year , and one
each fraction over five hund :
But each organized county shall
entitled to at least one deleg
Organized counties west of tlic
P. M. , shall be entitled io one d
gate each , and to one additional i
egatfi for each one thousand inbi
tantfl , according to the census af <
said , and one for each fraction o
five hundred , as follows :
DF.LEOATES FOtt COWTIrtS.
A lams. . . , Johnson. . . . . . . . , . _
Antelupe , Kcon
. . . Keith
Boone- Butler _ . . . . Lancaster. . . . . . . .
Bart _ . _ 4 Lincoln
Buffalo. . . . . Ma JIf on. . . . .
CUasc Cms - Mcrrick Kemaha . . . . .
C dtr. . . Nuctolls
U . . . _ S Otoe
Cell y ! . . . , . . . . 3 rawnee. . . . . . . . .
3 Pierce -
, I'latt * . - .
DacoUb. Cumlng rhclps . . . . . . . . .
Dawson . . . . 2
. . . 3
Dodge. . . . . . . . M. Itol Wlljow -
M..23 Saline - .
Dundy . . - . . . 1 Sarpy. . . . . _ . . . . . .
Frankllu. . . . 3 Saundcrs . . . _ . . . <
Fillmore , 6 Scwari. . . . . . . . . . . .
rurnas. . . . . . .2 Sltnton. . . . . . . . . . . .
Frontier. . . . . 1 Shcrman. . . . .
t " < * , . . . 5 Thayrr . . . . . - , .
Gosper _ . . . . . 1 Valley _
Harlin -.3 Washington. . . . . . .
. . . 5 Wayne - .
Howard. . . . . 5o Webiter . . . . . . _
z 1 York. . . . . . . . . _ . . .
. . . 1 in the State. .
Jefier&on . . . 3
TJio counties are rccommcndei
clecu alternate delegates to aci
ca&e the delegates elect fall to
tend the convention ; and the c
ventlon is recommended to excl
proxies for delegates that do not
filde in the counties they propose
By order of the committee.
F. M. JOIIXSON ,
C. H. GERE , Chairmai
Wnoistobe the coming Co
nor ? Don't all speak at once.
ACCORDING to Doctor Johns
the Ko-op corpse -will be in full i
tion within thirty days.
FnAJfCE is to be called to acco
by Spain for giving aid and com
to the Carlists. That the Frei
Bopul'lic should conspire to br
down the Spanish Republic is
OOK latest telegraphic advi
represent Mrs. Tilton sitting o
piano stool singing "Home , sw
home. " .Beecher wasn't sitting
the floor measuring the ctrcumi
* mce of her ankle.
IT will tale eight hundied n
three years to quarry the grar
that is to be used for the east fr
of the new Slate and "War Dep :
ment buildings at "Washing !
. How long it will take tofinLh th
structures under Mullets stipervis
not even the most gifted prop'
could safely prognosticate.
THE latest circular of the Uui
States Centennial Commission
now on our table. It contains a !
of the members and alternate me
bera of the Commission , in wh
we find just one man of natioi
reputation Gen. Joseph R. Haw
and five of some local note. 1
others might as well be John I
and Richard Roe for the gu
antee their unknown nan
give. The "Centennial Board
Finance has a good President A\
liani Welsh , the Episcopal Indi
Commissioner who exposed the c <
duct of the Indian Ring. 1
Centennial Board of Finance c <
tains within itself , however ,
Board of Directors , twenty-f
strong. "We should be g
totfjknow how respoiisibil
for the money that will be stolen
to be brought home to anylxx
The "Commission" system of div
lug and so annulling responsibil
has been carried to a line art he
Circular Xo. 62 contains rules
exhibitors. It also contains vari <
attempts to make it appear that
government is running this sh
precisely as France did the Exp <
tion of 1862 , and Austria did
VelUusstoJlung of 1873.
! ropo"ses to stistain hims
before the Government and t
people in the face ef the damagi
and incontrovertible evidences
his official corruption.
Does he imagine that a petit !
signed by a few personal frier
and hangers on can blind the i
partrnent into the belief that he i
proper person to retain a poslii
that he has so shamefully disgrac' '
Does he not remember that an ov
whelming majority of the peoplt
Omaha entered solemn r.
test against his appointm
two years ago , and d
really believe that his corrupt pi
tices in office can be endorsed
any honest man Republican
Democrat ? If Casper E. Yost 1
defrauded the Government out
one hundred thousand dollars ,
might pardon his crime , on
ground that the temptation i
irresistable , but when , Jn spite
his lucrative income , ho resorts
the very smallest kind of pilferi
we must brand him as a nun wL
dishonesty is a disgrace to hun
Nothing could possibly be IB
contemptible in the eyes of
honest community than the ini
nlficant theft of poitago st u
sworn to by Sperry , nor Is tl
anything in the calendar of po
Iniquity more disreputable than
admitted acceptance of silver p
bribea froni the lottery garni
who was permittee } to convert
lottery shop jnto a branch postoil
But says honest John Furay , ,
have no right to punish Yost n
for frauds committed by him as
sistant Postmaster under Gril
Shame upon such pleading for <
ciul rascality , If this doctrine 1
prevailed In the Impeachment t
of David Butler , the Leglslatun
this State could have never
moved him from office for mis
meanors committed prior to his (
Does any sane man suppose I
such technicalities would shieli
public thief from just punlshm
in a court of justice ? Is not st
integrity the very first princi
which must govern the public s
vice ? We have a right to assu
that the Postmaster General \
poses to employ only honest uier
his department. The question
him is not when did Yost steal , I
did he steal , an If uc did he ci
not claim innnunfty froni his ai
Assuming even that the Postal
ter General may by misrepresen
tion of corrupt whitewashers be
duced to dismiss the char
against Postmaster Yost , the qi
tion arises , does Senator Hitchci
propose to disgrace the Republu
party by keeping such a notoriou
corrupt officer in 1js position ? Is
not in honor bound , as the offlc
representative of that party , am
the people , to secure his remo
and recommend the appointmen
a man of.unquestioned integrity *
MB. FUEAY'S CASE.
Mr. Fuiay appears to be luii
uant because the BEE has so
failed to exonerate him from
charges of corruption and Lrlb
preferred against him. Now ,
BEE has no disposition to wilfc
injure the reputation of Mr. Fu :
or any other public officer. J
Furay knows as well as we do tl
the investigation of his case
Special Agent Hawley was a cc
Instead of examining all the \
nesses who could throw direct or
direct light upon the transact
with which Mr. Furay is charg
he simply concluded to construe
verbal explanation of Pattee 2
Strickland as a complete vindi
tion. Neither Pattee nor Stri
laud were under oath , and If tl
had been , they certainly would i
have acknowledged that they 1
deliberately committed a Sta
prison offense. Pattee simply
knowledged he had paid 1
54,000 to Strickland , a
Stiicklund declared that he put tl
money In his pocket. Did he <
liberately steal the money entrust
to him by a client for certi
specific purjwses , or did he cai
out Pattee's instructions ? W
did Furay notify Pattee that
lottery mail v. ould be stopped , a
why wa- ) that threat not carried ot
The answer to these questions m
be sought elsewhere , and
take it for granted that t
truth can only be arrived at fr <
circumstantial evidence through d
interested witnesses. Now , we i
assured that reliable parties are r <
dy to swear that Pattee confiden
ally informed them that he had I
ray fixed ; that Furay was pledg
to let his lotteries alone In any pit
within his district. One witness
are informed , is ready to testify i
der oath that Pattee called up
him since Hawleyfs departure In
Omaha , and enjoined upon him
keep mum about Furay , as heP
tee ) proposed to run another lottt
in Kansas , and Furay would be vc
useful. With such information 1
fore us we cannot conscientious
declare that Furay is vindicated.
THE latest attempt to hold an 1
dependent State Convention at LI
coin , has proved a greater fiz7.1eth
the first. A St Louis Globe spec
from Lincoln , under date of Ji
2Sth , says : "Delegates to the m
party convention oflndepeuden
expected to meet here to-day , fail
to arrive. But one county was i
presented by two delegates. This
the second attempt to hold a cc
vention , and it will probably be t
THERE has been much greai
destruction of life and limb by
ter lately than by the dlstilerjes.
. . . minis !
Gaunt , a character
jction , my eyes have been open
for the lirat time in my experieni
so that I can clearly see my sin.
was when I knew that I was lov <
to suffer it to grow to a passion ,
virtuous woman should check 3
stantly an absorbing love ? There
something penitent and noble
these words , but withal , somethi
so mawkishly sentimental that
look for the explanation not to t
woman who uttered them , but
the philosophy that was taught 1
and the atmosphere of her da
life. It is plain that
is no Hester Prynne , car
ing in her breast a secret which t
flaming scarlet letter on her boa
.only helped to conceal. Neither
she a Catherine Gaunt , resolu
wrong-headed , fanatical , but pu
She is simply an emotional worn !
given to rhapsodies , who fell in 1 (
wiUi a great preacher , to when
husband's jealousy imputed i
offense of a Dlmmesdale , or
Brother Leonard. And yet , mud
it grieves us to say this , she is 1
feeble counterpart of both these i
fortunate heroines , and stands
day the justification ot fictions wh :
well nigh drove the world mad w
their unrealities ,
A study of Charles Reade's no
reveald the dual life of the devi
woman floundering between ]
strong love of her church and 1
unconscious love of her priest ,
is a singularly ivell drawn picti
which the novelist paints. Fall
Francis , a coarse and burly eccl <
astlc , yielded plape tp Brotl
Leonard' , who' "looked and moi ,
like a being who had come do
from some higher sphere to pay 1
world a very little visit. " W
Gaunt at first could make nothi
of him , and complained to her h
band that he was a "spiritual D
chine ; " while that genial genl
man answered , "Well , I am of yi
mind : he is very poor compa
compared with that jovial okl uh |
Francis ) . But why ao many woi
Kate ? You didn't use to bite tw
at a cherry ; if the milksop te noi
your taste give him the sack , a
be damned to him. " But Brotl
Leonard was rually a great prcacl
and the first time she heard hi
Mrs. Gaunt "sat thrtliud , onn
tqrpd , rnejteil. " Hhe soon beca
the priest's Madonna , tilling
rooms with flowers whtm hovasi
sent and carlug for him in &eci
And he , in turn , preached only
her. She could not only und
stand hia sermons , but the occ
sympathy between them told her
waa preqchLigf to Jicr and that t
was part ot his Inspiration. I
aU the time something whispered
her that perhaps Leonard admii
her more than was safe or prude
This spell way on her , however , a
it vas not easy \Q forp ee typ r
danger. His fervent eloquence h
appealed at once to her imaginati
and her religious aspirations. Fr <
an interest In the preaching It v
only a step to an Interest In 1
preacher ; but In all things she tre
ed him simply as a holy man , 1
spiritual guide. He was so dev <
that she forgave him for keep !
her glove , which he "picked up
the wood , and for painting her pi
trait for his own delectation. B
even obeyed him when he told 1
to dismiss her Proteestant servai
and employ Catholics In their plac
Busy and malicious tongues t <
part of this to her husband , and 1
as a matter of course was furio
She failed to understand xhe ro
she had taken. In a short time t
became so zealous in good woi
that she withdrew from soole
surrendered her judgment to 1
spiritual dictator , and no lonj
took an interest in her husUmd
her husband's affairs. There v
separation an4 grief , and aftprmq
suffering that reconciliation whi
Is necessary to give a novel a hap
The story , we begin to suspect ,
not an uncommon one. Here wa
woman , albeit a character of fictic
as Mrs. Tilton says , who n.eA
thought to wrong her husband ; 1
the devotion she owed hun as a w
she permitted to be absorbed by s
other , and not only became the t
fender of the poor , siLy priest , I
allowed her husband to go ire
her , in the blindness of her own fo
and devotion. "The sin was Lee
ard's , " said Father Francis to t
erring woman , "but the fault \v
yours. " That this fault was M
Tilton's , she admits in herremarl
blf letter ; that the grave sin v
Mr. Beecher's , seems the deductl
of his statement. The Brookl ,
story is the story of Catherine Gau
over again , only the Plymouth pi
tor was no silly ecclesiastic , as t
novelist calls the other , and it w
hardly priestly in him to take
pleasure In the "paternal affuctioi
which is now the gravamen of t
charge aKalnat him. This , we n
inclined to think , is the whole stoi
which Mr. Tilton's heated imagi
ation has distorted into a terril
crime , and the lesson to be learn
from it is that deduction whi
stands out with such sturtli
prominence in Mrs. Tilton's let )
a virtuous woman should che
instantly an absorbing love.
From Mr. Frost , formerly sup (
intendent of the B. & M. Immigra
Home , we learn several interest ! !
particulars concerning the colony
Mennonites now In the city. I
states that the whole membersh
of the church is divided into cor
munities , each community havii
all property in common and ma
aged by an elected pastor or lead
who e word is law with them. Th <
are very devoted religioni'ts ai
spend considerable time in the
daily prayers. Mr. Frost inforr
us that a soon as they make a s
lection of their lands , they will
once proceed to build a large tv
story buildiup , in a central loeatU
sufficiently large to accommoda
the whole colony where all will li-
together as they have on tlieCrinn
for the last four hundred years ,
is stated that they have deposit )
to their credit in a New York bai
5120,000 , besides quite a lari
amountof money with them. Li
Boys and 'Bumble" Bees.
( ETan&rille Journal. )
Did you ever undertake to brei
up a bumble bees' nest ? Thn
boys tried it yesterday with disa
trous results. They got long rot
and made an attack on the ne ;
which was located a short distan
from a railway track. In a minu
out came the bees , and the bo ;
started off on a run. One of the
stubbed his toe and fell , with 1
head on the iron rail of the trac
leaving his person expos *
through an aperture in his bli
cottonade pants , through whi <
three bumble-bees stung him till ]
howled. The other boys ran ai
yelled lustily , as the bees buzzi
aroundthehr ears , and stung the
In revenge for breakfne up tht
home. The wounds inflicted throuf
the hole in those blue pants w :
keep that boy from sitting dev
with any comfort for a fortnigl
and the ears of the other boys ha'
been enlarged to the size of burdcx
A large number of Italian err
grants are employed as laborers <
the Welland canal.
Philadelphia and vicinity h
about eight thousandvfiv'e hundri
A new cotton factors' , with abe
one thousand spindles , will short
be erected In Augusta.
A manufactory for making whet
for agricultural implements , locat
ot Napoleon. Ohio , is to be removi
to Muncie , Ind. , Judge Sample ha
ing donated several acres ot laud.
The glass works in Europe a
nearly idle , and the proprietors a
mit that American makerehave i
taiued a degree of excellence th
has practically cut them off fro
Manufactuiing prospects in Ne
Jorsev are growing brighter. Ne'
ark , Trenton , and Patterson aregi
ing unmistakeable signs of newlii
A number of factories that hadbei
closed for several months have bei
opened , and several others are g
ing on full time.
In their annual production
from 50,000 to 100,0JO ( plows , ti
Moline. (111. ) Plow Works of Dee
& Co. use 900 tons of Iron , 600 to
of steel , iiOO tons of cast iron , ai
1,000,000 feet of hard wood lumb <
The lot on which the brick she
are located is 300x300 feet in dime
The II * t mill at Marion , low
manufacturing flax tow , flax mo :
and flax cotton , has been in opei
tion for seven months , during whit
time its orders from the East ha
increased so rapidlj as to require tl
putting in of a double set of m
chinery , and the employment at
double force ,
' 1'be Rev. George C. Harding tb
describes an Arkansas saw-mil
"I walked out south of the villa ;
ore day , along the creek , and can
upon a little saw-mill , where
circular saw , sojn.gthiui' larger th :
H Icu joan dollar , w\s slowly eatii
its wqytlirough a pine log eUtei
inched in dia.mpter. It took tv
men to W nage that little leg , ai
each had time to enjoy a short L
refreshing ' ' while the
was Iab5riou ly eating its way fro
one end to the * other of the ten-fc
log. Tlen the machinery would
stopped.aud the two bony and sine\
yeomen would hold a consultati <
as to the best method of turning t
log They'd squint at it out of o
eye , squirt tobacco juice , go aroui
to another point of observatio
squint at it with the other cyesqu
tobacco juice , compare notes , arg
and finally arranges lor scaling tl
qtherside. Then the saw would
started , and they would take a
other nap. I timed the saw ai
men , and made a calculation as
the amount of lumber they wou
cut in a day , but J'rfl afraid to pus
\\s\\ \ \ \ the estimate , lest 1 should be n
cused of lying. "
There is , perhaps no one in tli
world more to be pitied than , t' '
poor man the man wl\o. has got i
to the habit of savinguntiljhesav
from sheer delight Jn seeing 1) )
wealth increase , and of countii
every dollar of expenditures
though its loss was something th
could never be repaired. Yet it
the duty of every poor man to sa1
something. The possession of a fe
dollars often makes all the diffe
euce between happiness and miser
and no man , especially with
family dependent upon him , ct
be truly independent imlesa 1
has u few d.ollaia reserved f
tl\o \ lime of need. Whi
extreme carefulness as to the expe
dlture of money will make a ri <
man poor , a wise economy Ajll r
most as certaimy mqko a poor mr
riph. , or t least make him , to a co :
slderable extent , independent of tl
caprices of employers and oftl
common vicissitudes of life. Not !
ing is more important to the po
niiin than the habit ot saving som
thiiur ; but his little hoard will su
prMi and. gratify him. Every worl
ingman ought to have an accoui
in some savings bank , and shou
add to it every week durir
which he has full employmen
even if the addition bo but one do
lar at a time. If he does this 1
will find the dollars growing in
tens , and these tens Into hundred
and in a little time will be in po
session of a sum whioh is coastau
ly yielding an addition to his ii
come , whioh secures him a reser
fund whenever one Is needed , ar
will enable him to do many thinj
which , without a little money , 1
would be powerless to do. Pitt
How a Hashvilln Barber Great )
a Sensation at the Springs.
A few days since a young barb
of this city put bis best garments :
a hand valise , and hied him awi
to one of the popular summer r
sortin Tennessee , within less the
a week's journey of Nashville. I :
was lair to look upon , sported gee
harness , used pomade and thinj
with unsparing hand , and had a
quired quite a reputation for agilil
and grace In tripping the light fai
Upon arriving at the Spring i
rjuention , he moved through tl
throng like a conquering hero. Su
3eptible school-girls and even sent
mental maidens of two "seasons
Fell befoie the charms of those an
jroMul locks , that graceful bearin
ind polished manner , und within n
.lour after his arrival our knight <
: he lather-brush was master of tl
situation , and had no lack of pan
ierK for the dance. One young lad
, vas especially kind , and as she wf
me of the most attractive ladies i
lie springs , our discriminating an
ippreoiative barber sought ever
) pportunity to enjoy her society.
Tins fctate of aflairs continued fo
tbout twenty-four hours , when th
, 'ouug man's "profession" nas di ;
: o * ered , causing a change to com
> ver .the spirit of his dream imim
Uately. The young lady who 1m
ieen the recipient of his marked ai
entions lost her interest In the sc
ilety of the springs , and dcparte
or home on the first train.
nlle Union and American.
Diamonds in Boston.
V Uilcago LJ < ! > In Bo ton to the lion
I borrowed Cousin Miriam's dit
nond ring" , but Fred won't let m
, vear more than three large ones t
itirm1 , and I do not feel satisfied
or there is one lady who wears si
> f them down to break last ever
nornlng , and puts herself to a
uanner of trouble and inconven
; nce to hand me things when th
; irl is standing right Imhlnd m
: hair ; aud , of course , all she does 1
br is to out-dazzle me , andldespls
icr. She is not a Boston ladj
? red says they have too much goo
aste to flah their jewels ac th
Breakfast table or in the horse-car
[ suppose intellect will not consen
; o be outshone by paltry stones , bu
itill I , don't believe the stronges
ninded female living could gir
lerself up to the refusal of a dii
nond if. oileied her. Now I ar
mre that if sister Thuse were i
jreat affliction and trouble just on
> f these glittering jewels woul
iflbrd her more real consolatio
ban a whyle week of fasting an
ci.s. DEPOSITOR :
File First National Bni
rorner of Farlmm and 13th Strtc
DHB OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHmE
( Successors to Kountze Brothers. )
ESTABLISHED IN 185
frganizjd as a National Bisk , August 26 , IE
Dapital and Proflts over - $250,0
OFFICERS A > D DIRECTORS :
E. CREIGHTON , A. KOUNTZE ,
President , Cashier ,
tr. COUNTXE , n. v. YATES ,
VicePres't. > As't Cashier.
A. J. POi'rtETON , Attorney.
i.I.VIN SAUNDERS , KXOS LOWE
President. Vice Presdei
BKN WOOD , Cashier.
N"V. . Cor. Farnham aud 13th Sts. ,
Capital _ S 'CO ,
\utliorir J Capitll . . 1,000
I TXEPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOI
\J lar sece veil and compound interest a
| lowed on tte same.
Certificates of Deposit :
WHOLE OR ANY PAHT OF A 1
IIHE it after remaining in this Kcnk Hi
uonths , will draw interest from d.te of del
t to payment. The whole or any part o' a
30Mt can ' > e drawn at an" t-me. augSgii
The Oldest Established
Caldweil , Hamilton & Ci
Business transacted same as tl
f nu Incorporated Bank.
Accounts Kent in Currency or G (
subject to sight check without i
Certificates of Deposit issued pi
able OH demand , or at fixed di
bearing interest at six percent , i
annum , and available in in all pai
f the country.
Advances made to customers
ipproied securities at market rai
Buy and sell Gold , Bills of I
change. Government , State , Couu
ind City Honds.
"We give special attention to neg
Liating Railroad aud other Corj
rate Loans issued Avithin the Sta
Drawv Sight Drafts on Englai
[ rclaud , Scotland , and all parts
Sell European Passage Tickets.
CoLULECTIONS PKOMtTLY MADE.
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iurplus and Profits _ 3u,000
AGENT SFOR THE UNIT
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n Exchange , Government Bonds , Vouclu
Gold Coin ,
ULLIQNand G OLD D UST.
Lnd hells drafts and makes collections on
pans of Europe.
WDrafts drawn payable in gold or curn
J on the Bank of California , San I rancisco.
PICKETS FOR SALE TO ALL PAR
* - of Europe via the Cunard and Tsatio
'itcauiship ' Line' , and the Hamburg-Amur1 !
'acVet Comp"ny. Jy2"tt
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street ,
Office up stain. ) Omaha , Nebraska. Canla.
nd Buggies on hand or oade to order.
N. B. Partlcular attention paid to Bep :
IVRON HEED. LEWIS S. HE
BYRON REED & CO ,
The Oldest" Established
Real Estate Agenc
Toep a complete Abstnct of Title to all E
.iifte in OiQ'Iia and Douzlas count v.
rlvdraulic , Cemenl
PIPE CO FAire
[ TTOIILD INFORM THE PJBLIC THJ
rY they arc now ready to furnish H'
RAULIC CEMENT , ol the very best qualit
id in any quantity.either at the factory , vhl
located at Beatrice.Ntb. , or at the Pil > e wor
i Uuinha They also are prepared to furni
1 kinds ofO MENT 1'IPING forSEWEUAG
KAINAGC , inc. Also manufacture i
vies of CHIMNHY WORK. WE G U A RAI
EE OUU CEMENT T BE EQUL TO AS
YDRAUL1C CEMENT MANUFACTURE
JTIIE UNITED STATES.
BWORI > ERS FROM DEALERS RESPEC
1L1TRICE HYDRAULIC CEaiES
& 1'11'E CO.
WAHA - NEBRASKA
JOH1S H. GREEN ,
GRAIN , FLOUR AND FEED ,
Harney street , between 14th and IStl
Carriage and "Wagon Making
l all It Branches , In the latest and mo
OESE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHIN
* id repairing done on short notice.
AU kinds of light and henry
LACHIXERY MADE & REPAIR El
V9Att Wo'Ti Guarantee . -
16 HABHET ST&EE1 ,
> M < nJfeglJ jr St-gJ -jy.gaa l | ;
Nos. 187,189 and 191 Fainham Street
MI1.TON ROGEBS ,
and THT3NTEB.S' STOCK.
SOLE WKSTERN AdEXCYFOR
STEWA.RT'8 COOKING anil HEATING STOYES
THE "FE BLESF , " COOKING STOVES ,
CHARTER OAK COOKINGSTOYES
AllofWUc'i Will be Sold at Jfanufacturers' Prices , With Freights dded
J. A. THORUP , *
NEBRASKA SHIBT MANDFASTOB1
FARNHAM ST. , FARNHAM ST. ,
OMAHA , NEBEASEA.
SBIRTS AND GENTS' ' FURNISHING GOODS , &G , , &C
t -Shlrtd ofall kinds made to order. Satisftitloii guarrantsed.a
Manufactured ivith Great Care from the Best Grain.
General Depot , Ccr. l tb. & Dodge Sts
. FO.AM d.AItK.
WH ZiESALE ; CANDTES
T am TUCW maimlactimng all varieties of candies
and will sell a
-A. STiEiR/iisr : FRICES : :
Dealers In this State need not want to o East for CANDISS.
A trial is solicited.
W. B. B.ICHAR.DSO2T.
PITCH , FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER ,
And Manufacturer of Dry nn i Saturated ilooiln ; ; mid Stieullilns Felt.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Roofing , Pitch. , Goal , Tar , Sic. , Etc.
In any pait of Nebinsta or adjoining States. CCce orpcsiu > the Gas Works , on
ROOPiKG . Address P O.Box 432.
C. F. GOODMAN ,
WHOLESALE DRUSGIST ,
A.ntl Denier in
PAINTS , OILS AND WINDOW GLASS ,
IMFOP.TER AND JOCDCR OF FOREIGN AXD DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS ,
Tobaccos and Cigars ,
NO. 142 FARNHAM : STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
Old Kentucky "Whiskies a S'prcia'.tj.
0B-AGENT TOR THE ELDORADO WINE COMPANY , CALIFORNIA.- *
july2iy Z ortox' s jlo , of STolio-t. 111.
JAS. M. MTITTIB ,
WHOLESALE DEALEU IN
Cla ri ed Cider.
133 and ISO Farnham Street.
H. U. VTALKTE ,
MANUFAClUKtr AND DKA.LEB IN
BOOTS & SHOES
510 13th St. Between Farnham and Douglu
225 Ttrn'iaia Street , - - Oaala , 5eb
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL BKALES IX
FURNITURE. BEDDING , ETC.
ENOCH HENNEY ,
Justice of the Peace
Office orer too Etate'Eant'corner of Farn
ham anil 13th streets , ie
JACOB GXS2 ,
201 Farnliam St. , Del. 14th A 15Ui
City Meat Marker.
Keep constantly on'hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF .
33 353 E * , P O H 3X
MAX MEYER & BROTHER , OMAHA , NEBRASKA
CHEAP FAHT&S ! OMBS
On tae Line oMhi
I LasC Oraat of 12,000,000 Acres of tie best FABHINQ and MINEBAL Liads of Aaerica
G\IE\T \ PLAITE VALLEI
1,000,000 Acurs ix XEBRASKA IN THE
THE QABDE5 OF THE WEST KOW POE SALE
United States , on toe 4lsl degree i of f
These lands are in the contra ! portion of the
American Ccntiiient , and ( or srrati
tude. the central line of the great Temperate Zone .
by In the United States.
[ rowing and stotk raisins unsurpassed any
JHBAPES IH PaiOEanre fatorable terns d'eaand . now coa alest t thaa c *
be focod Eiewaere.
FIVE and TEK YEARS' credit gircn with interest at SIX PER CEKT
JOLONIBTSand .flOTUALSETULEBScaahay oaTea Tears' Credit. Lsila " ' thj a
trice to all OBEDIT PUBOHASEB3.
A Deduction TEN PEB CEST. FOR CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
A M tlio Best Loc.itions for Colonies !
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead ci
to E iiroli. .rso2r/3 of
, with , pnblished In Enjlisb , Gf-Tnan.
Descriptlye Pamphlet .
Send for new . .
md Dan' h , mailed free everywhere. Land Address CoinmMoner O. U. P. K , lUCo. Omaha. Neb.
Llr ! darU
A. B. HUBEBMANN & CO , ,
C "S ? I OA , 3L
MATCHMAKERS,1OF , ! JEWELHY
S. E. Cor. 13tli & Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS
JEWELRY AND PLATEO-WME ,
AT WHOLESALE OU KETAIL.
9etilers Can Save TIME and FREIGHT I
Ordering of Us.
ENGI.AYING DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
© -ALL UOODS WARRANTS TO BE AS REl'RESEXTED.-
S U. ABBOTT
a. O. ABBOTT & CO. ,
STo. 188 Famliam Street. Omaiia ,
Publishers' Apents for School Books used in N
GEO. A. HOAGLAMD ,
OFFICE AND YARD
COR , OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS , , U , P. E , R , TRACK.
WM. M. FOSTER ,
WINDOWS , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , &C.J
Plaster Paris , Hair , Dry anil Tarred Fclj
Sole Agents for Bear Creek Lime and Louisville Ccmcat ,
OFFICE AND YARl. : I OAF ATT A - IS
and Donjlai Sts. j WlYlxxJLl-Cl , J-1
i U. P. Track , bet Fjrnham -
. I. B. SOLOMON ,
OILS CSA.S3 ,
JOAL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT
_ : _
FAIKLIE & MONELL ,
LANK BOOK MANUFACT
Stationers , Engravers and Printers ,
2TOTARIAli A3TD LODGE
ascriic , Odd Fellows and Knigliis of Pyt |
) DGE PROPERTIES , JEWELS , DOCKS , BLANKS , ETj
S EASTERN PRICES ASD EXPRESS.I I
32 I3o-u.sl.rvs Stx-oot.
B.PBITTEB , , B'D'IIiD
AND DEALE2 IN
Tor Yards , Lawns , Cemeteries Church'Grouils ana Public P. ij
Ofice and Shop : > - - OMJ
Strtet b t. Farnham and llarney , j
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