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pleued to hear from , on all matters conne
with crops , country politics , and on any i
ject wh&teTerof general interest to the ]
I-le of our State. Any information conn
ed with the election , and relating tofio
icdJenl * . etc. , will be gladly recelTed.
inch communtt lions , however , must
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be written np o one aide of the nheet enl
ALL AKSOI HCKMINTS ol candidates for o
_ whether made bj self or friends ,
whether as no ! "tea or con. tunics lions to
Editor , are ( until nominations are mi
aimply personal , and will be charged as
All communication ! should be addressed
E. BOSEWATEB , Editor and Publisher , Di
On and afttr October twenty-first , 1872 ,
dty circulation of the DJULT BEK is assu :
by Mr. Edwin Daris , to whose order all i
criptions not paid at the office will be pays
nd by whom all receipts forsubscrlptlons
countersigned.E. . ROiEWATER , Publli
A Republican State Convention wiI be 1
at the city of Lincoln on Wednesday , tne
day of Srpt wber,1874 , at 3 o'clock p. m. ,
tb purpose ol placing
aodulale for Congrcfe" , one candlpate
member of Congress contingent , candidates
Governor , Sec etary of State , Treasu
Superintendent of Public lustration , S
Prison Inipcctor , and Attorney General , ;
lor the transaction of such other business
may p-operly con e before It. The deles
from each Judicial District will nominal
person for District Attorney , for their rtsj
Tbeorgrnizel counties are entitled to < 1
gate * upon the following basis :
Counties cast of the sixth Principal Mcrld
hall be entitle 1 to one delegate for each 1 ,
inhabitants , according to the census taken < 1
log ibe current year , and one lor each trait
oier five hundred. But eich organised con :
hall be entitled to at least one deleg ;
Organized counties west cf the Cth P. Al. , si
be entitled to one delegate each , and to c
additional delegate lor each one thousand
habitants , according 10 the census aforss :
and one for each fraction over fire hundi
as follows :
BKLXGATES FOB COUNTIES.
Adams. . . . . . . 4 Johnson. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Antelope- .2 Knor .
Boone. . . . . ,2 Keith
Butler 4 Lancaster. . . . . . . . . . .
* Lincoln.- . . . . . . . . . . . .
.liuOklo. . . . . . . . " Madison. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chase _ . . . . . 1 Nemaha. . . . . . - . . - .
Odar . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Nuckolla . . . . . - . . -
CUy _ . _ . .6 Otofl . . , . _
Colf . . . . . 3 Pawne * . . . _
Cheyenne. . . . 3 ricrco. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CuiniDg. . . 4 Platte. . . . . . . . . . . . .
PacoUh . . . * * . * . . s I'helps . . . . . . . . .M. . . . . .
JUwson. . . . . . . . 2 Polk
. . . .
i .xon - . Richardson - -
Dodge. . . . . . Bed Willow
23 Saline. .
Dundy. . . . . . . . 1 Sarpy. . . .
Frankllu. . . . 3 Saundcrs.
Fill more . . 3S Sewan. . . . . . . . . . _
Furnas. _ . 2 Stan ton. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . .
Frontier. 1 Sherman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5 Tlmjcr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 1 Valley. . . . . . . . . . . . .
1S Washington. . . . . . . ,
5 Wayne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Howard. . 2 Webster
JUUhcock , . 1 York. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hamilton. . . . , . . 4 Unorganized Ter'y
Holt - . _ . 1 in the State. . .
Jefferson . 3
The counties are recommended to elect ;
ternate delegates to act in case the delega
elect fall to attend the convention ; and I
convention is recommended to exclude pros
for delegates that do not reside in the count
tboy propose to represent-
By order of the committee.F. .
F. M. JOHSSOJT ,
C. H. OCKE , Chairman
FBOir present indications Judj
Crounse will be renominated by tl
Republicans of jSebraska by accl
THIRTY scouts , commanded I
Buffalo Bill , are to form a part
Col. Mill's expedition through tl
GENERAL CUSTER has at Ic
been heard from , and the report <
battle with the Indians is flatly co :
ACCORDING to the Beatrice E
press the reported exodus of horn
steaders from the grasshopper ridd (
district in southwestern Nebraska
without foundation. Upon caref
inquiry the journal m question h :
ascertained that the eastward hour
emigrants , that have passed throug
Beatrice , are all from Kansas , ar
that they are simply going in
eastern Iowa to winter their stool
All of tncm declare their intentic
to return to their homes in tl
THE Lincoln Journal ptiblishi
the replies to the grasshopper circt
lar of Governor Furnas. Twenty
five counties have already bee
heard from , and wo are gratified t
note that the desolation wrought b ;
the grasshoppers is by no means t
bad as was-first represented. In fa (
there is comparatively but little aj
prehension of distress in any local
ity. With the steps for relief alread
taken in various quarters , there i
no danger that anybody will sufll
or starve in Nebraska the comin ]
OLD Probabilities , Gen. Myers , o
* - the Signal Bureau , has perfects
arrangements with the difleren
European meteorologists for a gram
international'system of reports. A
all the principal European station !
observations are taken at the sam <
hour in the morning as in thiscoun
try , and semi-monthly reports an
exchanged. Nearly two hundred
foreigh stations are now engaged ir
this work. This service of the gov
ernment , although still in its ia
lancy , has accomplished very valu
able results , and its extension \vil
bo fraught with great benefit
IN referring to the appointnicm
of Messrs. Parcel and Mount to th (
railway postal service , we inadver
tently assumed that these appoint
ments were upon recommendation !
of the Trades' Assembly. Our crit
icism in the article referred to wa ;
simply aimed at the Union for ife
jubilation over this supposed tri
umph of laboring men. In this , o' '
oours , we had no intention to reflect
upon the character of members ol
the Assembly. Now that we are
assured that the Assembly had
nothing whatever to do with 'these
appointments , it will be evidenl
that our strictures could under'nc
circumstances have applied to them ,
IS IT JHBT !
Is it just to the Senator who
labored so faithfully for Oui
against the combined delegal
from Iowa to be published as
sympathy with those stigmatizet
public thieves , or keeping s
through his influence in public p
tion. "Democrat" in Sunday .
As a rule we are not in the hs
af noticing the assaults of par
who choose to do their fighting h
behind the bush. In this iustan
however , we shall make an exc
tion in favor of the valorous Dei
crat ( ? ) whose appeal for j ustice is <
dently inspired , if not verbally <
tated , by Senator Hitchcock.
Is it just , Mr. Democrat , th :
Senator who has drawn about S
300 and incidentals from the pu
purse for four year's service , si
be permitted to evade his just
sponsibilities as a public servant
the plea that he has labored fa :
fully in one particular instan
Admitting that Senator Hitchc
b.as labored faithfully In behal
Omaha , where he has great peci
iry interests as against a ri
town and State , is it just to exor
ate him for appointing public offl <
adieus to the people , and maintf
ing them in office in spite of pu'
protests and positive proof of <
Is it just that a well paid pul
servant shall defy public opin
ind public decency , by causing
removal of honest clerks for exi
ing a corrupt and dishonest pi
master ? Is it just that he she
jonvert all the public ofilces in t
State into njere perquisites to
listriputed among personal frlen
egardless of their capacity or int
Jf Senator Hitchcock desires
iscape the stigma that attaches
lim as the sympathizer with , a
jacker of public thieves , let him ;
ivs duty and cause their remo\
; t is decidedly unjust that he sho' '
txpect immunity from criticism
its public acts. He cannot be ci
idcred a privileged character
his respect any more than Pr <
lent Grant , or Governor Furnas.
What does Democrat think
he Senator's declaration that
rould stand by his Omaha po
naster no matter how corrupt :
iflicial conduct might beprovt
Yould it be justice to let such <
aoralizing declarations eo un
mked ? Would it be just for
lonest Republican paper to rerm
[ lent ffhen honest men are deca
ited for daring to expose awjndlii
riberyand criminal irregularit
i the public servio ? In conclusi
re would say if Democrat's pe <
ar notions of justice were prac
ally carried out the federal servi
rould be degraded into gilded seem
om , where theft would be al
remium and honesty would
lassed as a high crime.
REFERRING to the results of Ci
ir's Black Hills expedition t !
jc New York Tribnne remark
Some light is thrown on the clu
cter of Northern Pacific railro :
mds in Dakota by the letter of o
Drrespondent with the Black Hi
spedition. While a narrow str
f fertile lands stretches along tl
led river , the country further
ic interior is mostly a succession
) ad lands , ' and long stretches
Ikali and sage and cactus , wltho
> much as a single isothermal lii
> diversify the landscape. Tl
jmpauy Described the good laud
icir circulars , and apparently Ic
10 bad to the Imagination of tl
IT is a noticeable fact that tl
; cent Democratic victories in tl
mth have stimulated the war
ices to an alarming extent. Tl
itest scene of bloodshed is in Ke
icy , and as usual the colored ra <
irnished a larte majority of tl
THE KANSAS FRONTIER.
Cora Depredations Five H
Murdered Colonel Moonlight
Thought to be Killed
His Men Famished
( Leavenworth Times , August 22J. )
The following rather startlin
jws from the Indian country , u
id in the Dodge City Messenger
ceived last night. Wo are dl
ised to doubt the rumor concen
g Moonlight , for the reason thz
e Colonel has had a rood deal <
: perience fighting Indians , an
irted from here well prepared t
ke care of himself. He had aboi
'ty men , all armed , and woul
obably be able to protect himse
; aiust any of the marauding bant ]
i Uie frontier. AVe copy as fol
ivs from the Messenger :
On Monday following , the Con
ctor found the fifth man who ha
en killed. The body was lying
tie further west from where th
icrs were found and was so decay
and mutilated by the grasshoji
rs , which had eated several meal
m it , that it was Impossible to re
; nize the body.
Two railroad bridges were set 01
B last Monday , about forty mile
st of this city , but only one wa
sously damaged , and that was re
red in a few hours sufllcienUy t
rmit trains to pass. .
Dn Suturdaj * afternoon last as th
in vas going west , and whei
3iit ninety miles out , Couducto
impton discovered the bodies o
ir men who had been murderei
Indians , lying near the track
o of them were scalped am
rribly mutilated. The other tw
re not scalped. The bodies wer
: en to Granada and interred Sun
f morning. The names of tin
in as far as could be ascertained
re , John Doyle , John McDonali
m. Graham , and an old man b ;
; name of Snyder. Two of then
I been putting up hay , some
iere above there , and were com
; east , the other two were return
; from the mines. Three of then
re on foot and the old man wa
\ . party of Moonlight's surveyor
irly famished for water , reachet
> Arkansas river near Plerceville
3W days since and their tongue
i swollen so much that thej
lid not close their mouths ,
it is feared that Moonlight ant
ne of his men have been killet
SPIRIT OF THE STATE PEI
Frank Welch and Robert Fur
are now the most prominent cai
dates for the governorship. T
Collins has not yet been brou
out , but he will probably give
or perhaps both of them a close i
for the office. If not why not
It is said of A. S. Paddock ,
Granger ( ? ) candidate for Un
States Senator , that whilst thr <
ing his wheat he was unfortui
enough to get a piece of chaff in
eye. After it was extracted he
hibited it to a friend and sai
"look what a sand-burr I fount
my eye. " Schuyler Register.
An Independent State Com
is to be held at Lincoln on the
of September to nominate cai
dates for State oflicers. If tt
will be no larger attendance tha
previous meetings , there will pi
ably be just enough delegates to
tribute the offices among , and
usual harmony will prevail. Shoi
however , more oflice-seekers
gathered together than official p
tions to be filled , we appreln
there will be some lively skirmi
ing Seward Reporter.
The situation is critical. Pa
tics are loosening ; people are r
less and uneasy under the pa '
lash ; There are wrongs in the .
publican party that need to
righted : there are tricksters i
trimmers , shysters , sneaks , thie
men holding high positions wi
out ability or character , who musl
thrown overboard. The party e
not carry dead weights or dead be
with any hope of success. <
delegates should see that the v
best men are put forward for
places to be filled. The great cry
the day is for character and abil
in our public offices. Grand Jtfc ,
It is a pleasure for one , who 1
confidence in the ability and fai
fulueis of Judge Crounse , to not
the favorable comments upon
action as a public servant , and
serve the united efforts being mt
by his many friends , to return h
to the House. It takes the exp (
snce of one term to fit a man prop
! y for woik. He has greater iuf
ince , receives more privileges ,
dentified with more prominence
; ommlttees , and can work w
: wice the effort of a new man. I
jraska will do well to reinsti
Fudge Crounse , and can ill affi
: o sacrifice him as a two-year-old ,
Saline County JPost.
The recent advance in freij
ates is going to do a great deal i
vard , arraying the farmers agaii
lie B. & M. Company. We do r
) elieve that there was really ai
> ccasion for it. If there was noi
t is adding to the burden the fan
; rs already have to bear , that nn
ireate great opposition.
What good can come of grindi :
he people so. between these upi
ind Jower railroad mill stones ,
leyond conception , unless it brin
he voters to the conclusion tli
oen must go to the legislature vf'
.re not owned soul and body i
hese great corporations , which
urn would bring into existen
iws to restrain them from furth
ppression. Adams County Gazet
An Independent Convention w
eld in Lincoln last week , in whl
few of the river counties were re
esented. Harrison Johnson ai
ihurch Howe were the controllh
pirits. A series of resolutions we
dopted , and a delegate conventi <
ras called to meet at .Lincoln , Se
; mber 8th , to nominate candidat
> r the coming election.
The resolutions adopted do noti
inish anybody by their novelt
nd will prove about as potent
ae publication of one of Hora
Ireeley's speeches. They oppose
? eedy resumption of specie pa ;
ients , advocate Congressional re ,
lationof transportation , fa vorequ
ixatlon , oppose legislative gran
> capital , favor such legislation s
ill relieve the industrial interes
f unjust discriminations , and fav
These resolutions , which ha
cen adopted in substance by z
> rtsof conventions , are to regene
te the State , it is said , and swee
Dth the Republican and the Dem
atic parties out of existence. Po
bly ; but it strikes us that they fa
pen the ear of the masses wil
bout as mucH effect as a cold pai
ike would fall upon a griddle.-
'eatrice ' Express.
In a few weeks it will devoh
pen the the voters of our State ,
ect State and other officers. ]
mnection with the election of me
t fill the different offices , the queen
on of whether or not we fhn
ave a new constitution , will I
ibmitted also. In the face of tl
niversal demand for a new const
ition , we presume that none of tl
mventions will oppose it , and i
ic coming campaign this will I
le of the most vital questions f <
10 people in the western part <
ir State to consider. One of tl
est grievous evils we are now h
> rinp under is the constitution !
strictions unon the judicial systei
' our State. The work to be don
r our three Judges could hardly b
operly done by five. The const
tion , however , provides that afte
i ; year 1875 , the number of ju <
: es and judicial districts may b
creased. In view of this the nes
gislature will in any event prc
do for * he redistrScting the Stat
id an additional number of judge ;
is true that with a new constiti
u we would be provided for i :
is respect , " but another constitu
m might meet with the same fat
at the last one did , while this evi
ay be reme lied without the adop
in of a new constitution. West
n Xebraskian ,
The most important relief thn
n be given to the settlers of th
per Republican is that the U. S
vernment allow them to be at
it from their claims until Ma ;
xt. No other one thing will a
ectually relieve them as this
liny can go east and get worl ;
d others push out into the hunt
j and trapping region after fur-
d each not only supporting him
f but in most cases securing some
ing beside , to aid in next seasons
Our congressional delegation , th
vernor , and others , should lose m
ne in makingsuch representation
Washington as will be most el
itual in 'securing such permission
d no red-tape circumlocutioi
ould be allowed to prevent i
cedy proclamation of such per
sslon. If necessary , the Secre
y of the Interior , or the Presi
ut , should strain a point and "as
me the responsibility , " Jackson
e , for the succor of our bravi
N"ext , the Governor should sent
b a'commission of clear-seeing
icreet men , from out side that lo
ity , to look over the ivholegrounc
iere distress is apprehended , am
rcstigate the circumstances , anc
> ort Just who need relief and ho
ich , and what kind and form o
ief will be most effectual. Other
se , everything will be done hap
zard , the most deserving in manj
: es will bo overlooked , and mucl
what Is given will go unadvised-
and to the undeserving.
This commission needs to beg
tlemen of known ability , integr
and discretion whose conclusi
will command the confidence of
people generally. They need
take time enough to visit and m
a thorough examination of the c
dition of all the people in each
cality , where help is supposed tc
needed. In this'way , all necessit
cases will be relieved , few will le
the State , and none need to , i
none of the aid given will be E
applied or squandered.
Obviously , this commission she
be sent out at once , so that its c
elusions may guide as to the amot
and form of relief that will neet
be raised. Its report will also m
clearly evince whether there ex
an emergency requiring the evening
vening of the legislature to ext
State aid. Indeed , it seems to
that such a report from such a cc
mission is a condition precedent
any other intelligent and effici
action whatever. Lowell Regisi
Hon. Bruno Tzchuck , of Sai
county , is talked of for Secretary
Secretary Gosper is worki
hard for re-election.
Judge Paul , of Howard coun
is favorably spoken of for the Lej
Hon. L. J. Thomson , of Harl
county , is mentioned as a possii
candidate for Governor.
Hon. J. A. Abbott , of Gra
Island , has fair prospects ot agi
becoming State Senator.
Seward county Democracy hi
a County Convention at Sewa
Saturday September 5.
Captain Silas Garber is still
the track for Governor with a ve
Elder J. B. Morfield , of Be
rice , is trotted out as candidate ;
Sovernor on the Republican tick
. Moses Stocking is gain !
ground in central and eastern H
jraska as a Gubernatorlnl caudlda
The Schuyler Register , Adj
: ant General McBride's paper , :
irors Furnas for Governor.
Sarpy County Republican Cc
mention at Papilllon August 29th ,
Colfiix county Democrats ha
: alled a mass convention a Schuyl
August 27th , at noon.
The Democratic Senatorial Co
ention for the II th Senatorial D
rict , is called at Lincoln , Septei
Ex-Governor David Butler
irominently mentioned as the Ii
lublican candidate for the Legisl
ure from Pawnee county.
Dr. A. D. Buck worth , of Jui
, ta , Adams county , is backed I
everal southwestern papers , as
lepublican candidate for Gfbverne
Auditor Weston , the reservi
andidate for the United States Se
te , starts out with very fair prc
It is almost conceded gafHo
lilton May , of Dodge county , w :
e his own successor in the legi
Cass county has elected Repu
can delegates to the State Convei
ion , and they are said to be a un
> r Capt. Siles Garber for Governo
Guy C. Barton of North Platt
nd E. H. Rogers of Fremont , ai
ilked of as candidates for Stai
The Nemaha prohibltionis
old a County Temperance Mai
onvention at BrownsvilleSepten
The Antelope County Republ
in Convention was held at Oal
ale on the 20th. The utmost hai
J. B. Rumsey. C. T. Harkir
nd Henry Snyder have been ele <
id as delegates to the Republica
tate Convention from Cheyenn
The Republican primaries t
'orth Platte resulted in a split b (
veen the Barton and anti-Barto
.ctious , each electing a separate s <
M. V. Moody , a prominent a
irney of Lowell , is a candidate fc
le lower house of the Legislatur *
dams county papers speak high !
J. P. Becker is prominent as th
emocratic candidate for the legii
.turt from Platte county. Hn ea
; cts to ride in on the capitol-remc
.Nemaha Independents hoi
icir County Covention at Gran
rairie Monday , August 31st , at H
m. , for the election of delegate
the State Convention.
Seward county claims the Sen
orshlpin the llth District , am
esents a strong candidate to th
epublican Convention in J. M
xong , a prominent Seward attor
George Hastings , of Pleasan
ill , now acting as Probate Judge
nominated by the Republicans o
iline county as member of thi
Gage county presents three can
tiates for the lower house of th <
? gislature. Hon. J. B. McDowell
e present member , Elijah Fillej
d Capt. W. S. Guffy. They an
G. A. Derby , of beward- i
ndidate for Representative of th (
th District. Hon. D. C. McKillip
o present member from that dis
ci is also a candidate for re-elec-
The Saline County primaries
it Wednesday resulted in the elec
in of delegates favorable to th
mination of Judge Win. H. Mor-
, of Crete , as State Senator in th <
th Senatorial District , now repre-
ited by Senator Griggs.
The Burt County Republican
invention will be held at Tekaraa
turday , August 29th , to nomin-
j one member of Legislature ,
iunty Commissioner , School Su-
riutendent , four delegates to the
ite Convention , and "sixteen
jmbers to the Senatorial Conven-
Lancaster county presents quite
array of legislative candidates.
nong them are A G Hastings , J
Carroll , Louis Helmer , A K
bite , ( present incumbent ' ) ' and
neral Otto Funke. For th'e'State
tiate they talk of C C Burr , and
m M H Sessions speaker of the
The contest for the Republican
initiation In the 12th Senatorial
itrict promises to be quite lively ,
nong the candidates mentioned
s .Senator Griggs. of Beatrice ;
ige Morris , of Crete ; Eller , of
irmont ; Messrs. Gray and Marsh ,
Clay county ; Mather , of Red
> ud ; Chas. McPherson and
omas Harlan , of Republican City ;
ige Thompson , Commissioner
in-in , Capt , Preston and General
berts , of Harlan county ; Royal
ck , of Red Willowy-
EZKA MILLAED , J J. H. IIILLAB
President. | Cash
Co-- Douglas and Thirteenth Streets.
OMAHA , - * .NE1.RASE
Surplus and Profit ) . . . . . . . . _ 3u,00
AGENT SFOE THEUNtt
ANF DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY 1
THIS BANK DEAI.S
In Exchange , Government Bonds , Vouch
Gold Coin ,
? BULLIONand QOLDDUS1
And sells drafts and makes collections or
parts of Eurons.
JKWDrafts drawn parable in gold or cun
-.J on the Bank of California , San Francisco
TICKETS FOB SALE TO ALL PAI
- * - of Europe via tha Cuuard and Natii
steamship Lines , and the Hamburg-Amsr
Packet Company. 27tf
riie First National Bai
Corner of Fnrhnin and 13th Strti
CHE OLDEST BANKIHG ESTABLISHaE
( Successors to Kountze Brothers. )
ESTABLISHED IN 185
Irganizad u a Rational Bank , August 26 , 1
Capital and Profits orer $250,0
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
3. CREIGHTON , A. KOUNTZE ,
President , Cashier.
i. COUNTZE , n. vf. YATES ,
Vice Pres't. As't Cashier.
A. J. POPPLETON , Attorney.
LLVIN SAUNDERS , ENO3 LOWE
President. Vice Presdei
BEN WOOD , Cashier.
3 AVI1TGS BA1TE
N. W. Cor. Fainham aud 13th SU. ,
apttal . _ . _ . . . . . . _ . . . .3 100,1
.uthoriz a Cap Ul . 1,000,1
T\EPSITS ( ) AS SMALL AS ONE DOL
\J lap seceived and compound interest al
loved on the s ame.
Certificates of DeptfSit :
WHOLE OR ANY PAP.T < fte A D
posit after remaining In thisfBenk thi
.onths , will draw interest fromjr.te of dep <
to payment. The whole or anjparto' a c
wit can * < e drawn atjany t'met aug2 ti
_ f _
The Oldest Established
laldwell , Hamilton & Co
Business transacted same as th :
T an Incorporated Rank.
Accounts kept in Currency or Gel
ibjectto sight check without m
Certificates of Deposit issncd paj
lie on demand , or at fixed dal
> aring interest at six percent , pc
mum , and available in iu all par !
' the country.
Advances made to customers o
> proTed securities at market rate
Bay and sell Gold , Bills of Es
lauge , Government , State , Count ]
id City Bonds.
Te give special attention to nego
ating Railroad and other Corpc
ite Loans issued within the StaU
Draw Sight Drafts on England
eland , Scotland , and all parts c
Sell European Passaee Tickets.
COLLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street ,
See up stair : , ) Omaha , Nebraska. Carriage
1 Buggies on hand or made to order.
I. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
; . apr2S-tl
Harnejr itteet , between lith and 15th
Carriage and TTagon Making
all it Branches , in the latest and mosl
ESE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHINO
and repairing done on short notice.
! P2 It
P.R.R , MEAT MARKET ,
16th street bet California and Webster.
TE KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
f supply of FRESH AND SALTED
ATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
ed llama and Breakfast Bacon , at the low-
rites. Wil. AUST A KNUTH ,
.OOCOO ACRES I
JH FAB1ONQ LAHD IH KEBEABKil !
)0 ) HanscomPlaceLots !
QUSE3 AND LOTS m the city of Omaha ,
. forsalecheaoand on rood terms.
BOGGS & , 111 1 1.
eal estate brokers.offlce over Mackey's store ,
} odce U ooposite new postonlre * ap30m2
rOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
they are now ready to furnish HY-
1UL1C CEMENT , of the Tery best quality ,
in any quantityeither at the factory , which
cated at Beatrice.Neb. , or at the Pipe works
maba. They also are prepared to furnish
VINAGE , ETC , Also manufacture all
a of CHIMNEY WORK. WEGDARAN-
! OUR CEMENT TO BE EQU A.L TO ANY
DRAUL1C CEMENT JIANI/FACTUBED
JHE UNITED STATES.
rORDERS FROM DEALERS BESPECT-
1TRICE HYDBAUMC CEafEXT
& PIPE CO.
IAHA - - NEBRASKA.
LN DORK'S MACHINE
All kinds of light and heavy
CUDfERY MADE tc REPAIRED.
HABHET BTBEEX , . * OMAHA.
Furniture Dealer !
N"os. 187 , 189 and 191 Fainham Street
I.A. , TVT-F , fZl-F * AGtTC A-
MILTON ROGEBS ,
and TUT ITBB.S' STOCK.
SOLE WESTERN AQENC Y FOR
STEWAJRT'S COOKED and HEATISG STOYE&
THE "FEABLBSS , " COOKING STOVES ,
CHARTER OAK COOKING- STOVES ,
Lllof Which Will l > o Sold at Maaufaclurers' Prices , With Froiglitladded.
Fort Calhomi Milk-
Manufactnrcd with Great Care from 'Best Grain.
General Depot , Ccr. 14th , < & Dodge Sts ,
. OMAHA. Ct\RK.
. B. RZCSASIDSOIT.
MTCH , FELT AND 6RAVEL ROOFER ,
And Manufacturer of Dry anI Saturated llouflii and SUeittliln Felt.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Hoofing , Pitch , Coal , Tar , Stc. , Etc.
States. Office oppoaita the Oas Works , on
> OOFlJfG In any part of Nebraska or adjolDlng
\i 12th ) treet. Address P O. Box 2.
C. F. GOODMAN ,
WHOLESALE DRUfiGIST ,
A.IIC ! X > ealor In
PAINTS , OILS AND WINDOW GLASS ,
Omalia. Nebraska. je ti.
l\/r\ w | \/iTfi r < C H t I t I i I Cj * C ) ixl
IMPORTER AXD JOBBER or FOREIGN AXD DOMESTIC
IVINES and LIQUORS ,
Tobaccos and Cigars.
No. 142 FABNHAM STBEET , OSIAHA , NEB.
Old Kentucky "VTTiiskics a Specialty.
K3TAGENT FOR THE ELDORADO WINE COMPANY. CALIFORNIA.-Ca
, of O"ollot. XU.
> maha Shirt
Manufacturer of MLLINERY ,
idles' and Gents XEPTUXE , or
FI > H. FLOWERS ,
Nice Crnancntj for Ladiei.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
16 Douglas St. , Visclier's Block , Onialia , Jfcl ) .
* * f ° 5
f wW t
W to .
i < > t 1 * * !
| 2i §
BTBOK BEED. LEWIS E. KCEI
BYRON REED & GO ,
The Oldest Established
Heal Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract of Title to all Rca
Estate in Oauha and Douglas countr.
Kfcp constantly'on hand
JL LARGE SUPPLY OF
B E IE 3
- AND -
B Car 3
JAS. M-l TVITTIB ,
WHOLESALE DEALEli IN
I r. nnrt 1S6 Pnrnhnm Street.
VICTOR COFFMAN ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
( OVER ISH'S DRUG STORE. )
Fornlinin .St. , Bet. 14tb & 151 tl
Schneider & Burniester
m , COPPER AND SUEET IROX
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing , Spouting and Gutter' ng don
short notice and ic the best maaner.
] Uteen treet ept24 d ]
EEDMAN & LEWIS ,
Cor. 16th and Izard Streets.
On hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker ,
ASJ ) CARRIAGE TRIMMER ,
Vo. S74 Farnham mt. bet. 13tb & ICth
A LL orders and repalriag promptly attended
tto sod satisfaction ( uarrazteed.
MAX MEYER & BROTHER , OMAHA , NEBRASKA
FARMS ! FUEB
On tne Line ol tht
Union Pacific Railroad
Laid Grant of 12,000,000 Acws of the bast PABMIN& and MIHEBAL Lands of Amtrloi
,000,000 ACHFS IS NEBRASKA IN THE GREAT PLATTE TALLEI
THE QABDEH OP THE WEST MOW FOB SALE
These landi are in the cpntral portion of the United States , on the 41st degree of No.th Lat
, ude. the central line o ! the * reat Temperate Zone of the American . Continent , and for jraln
rowing and stock raisin ? unsurpassed by any in the United Statn.
l' and mow oonTenliat to narist ti a o
ETRAFEB 15 PEIOE , nnn tavorablsterns ? a .
b found EUawhtr *
FIVE and TEN TEAES' credit jlri-n with interest at SIX PEB CENT
) LOKI8TSaad aOTUALBETDLEBflcaahny onTen Tear * ' Or dlt. L nd at ta o
srtce to all OBEDIT PUBOHA8EBB.
A Deduction TEN PEK CENT. FOR CASH.
FREE HOJLESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETTLERS.
nd tlio Best Locations for Colonies !
loldiers Entitled to a Homestead cf
> , to tFxurolmraoi-si
in English , German , Sweed
, with new maps
Bend for new Descriptive
. . VX
d Wan' li , mailed free everywhere. Land Address Commlfaloner O. U. JBXJA. P. R. K. Co. Omaha , Neb.
A. B. HUBE&MAKN' & CO. ,
CA. . 3ftff . xxu. . f f * o -UL'ar o ar
MATCHMAKERS , OF JEWELRY
S. E. Cor. 13tb. & Douglas Sts.
BATCHES & CLOCKS U
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE , V
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. '
calers Can Save TIME and FKEIGIIT by
Ordering of Us.
EXGRAYEKG DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
TALL UOODSVAKRANT , P TO BE AS REPRESENTED.- * *
S C. ABBOTT
PAP3B.S , D33CO21AT2O2TS ,
i' i '
o. 1.88 Famlmm Street. Omalia ,
Publishers' Agents for School Boobs used In Nebraska.
- OFFICE AND YARD -
COR , OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS , , U , P , R , R , TBACR ,
- ' - - USTIEIB ,
WBSE. M. FOSTER ,
Wholesale Lumber ,
WINDOWS , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , &C ,
Plaster Paris , Hair , Dry and Tarred Felt.
Sole Agents for Bear Creet Lime and Louisville Ceraoat J
OFFICE ANP Y.ARL : I fYA/r / A TT A
, ' . P. Track , bet Farnham aud Doujln Sts. / 1 / 1VI A il A ,
. I. D. SOLOMON ,
OILS A1TD CLASS ,
) AL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT OIL m
AHA - NEBRASKA
FAIBLIE & MONELL ,
ANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS ,
Stationers , Engravers and Printers ,
TOTAR1A1 , A1TP I.OI3CE SEALS.
icrdc , Odd Fellows and Kniglils of Pythias
GE PROPERTIES , JEWELS , BOOKS , BLANKS , ETC. , AT
* ® -EASTERX PRICES AND
lev § 231 root.
T E R , B TJ I L D E H
AND DEALER IN
or Yards , Lawns , Cemeteries Church Grouda ana Pabllc Park * ,
OfficeandSiop : 1 " " fJT AH A <
bet-Farnhamand TLmtf / \ ]
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