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E. UOSEWATER. PnWishei
BE2TJBLICAH STATE CONVJiNTIOK.
A Republican SUte Convention tnll be held
at the city of Lincoln on Wednesasy , the 2d
day of September , 1874 , at 3 o'clo k p m. , lor
the purpote ot placing In nomination one
candidate for Congress , one candln-te for
member of Congress contingent , candidates for
Governor , Sec.etary of State , Treasurer ,
Superintendent ol PuUlo Instruction , State
Prison Inspector , and Attorney General , and
Isr the transaction of smb. otbcr butlnui as
mar n-operly coire before It. The delegates
from each Judicial District will nominate a
person for District Attorney , for thslr nspec-
tlre Distracts. ,
The orgrnire-I counties are entitled to dele
gates upon the folio wins basin t
Counties east of lh sixth Principal Meridian
shall be entitle ! to one delegate for each l.OQO
inhabitants , according to the census taken dur
ing the current year , and one tor each fraction
over fire hundred. JJut each organlred county
shall be entitled to at least one delegate.
Organized counties went of the Cth F. 41. , Khali
I * entitled to one delegate each , and to one
additional delegate for each one thousand in
habitants , according to the census aforoxaid ,
and one for each fraction over fire hundred ,
as follows :
Johnson. , -5
Kcox _ . . . . 1
Keith. , . . 1
Lancaster. . . . . . .14
Lincoln . . . . . . , 3
Merrick _ . . . . . . . , 4
Nemaha. H.MMM 8
Nuckolla- . . , 8i.
Otoe . 2
Platte , 2I 2S
I helps. , I
Polk _ 4
Podge , Hed Willow , . 2
Douglas , Sail ne , . . . . .
Franklin Baundcrs. . . . . . .
Klllmore. Sewari. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . 7
Furnas. . , 1
Frontier _ I
Tl layer . _ . . . . . 3
Valley . . . _ _ . . . . - 1
Washington. . . . 5
Wayne - . . 1
\Vebstcr. . . . . . _ 3
in the State. . . . 1
The counties are recommended to elect al
ternate delegates to act in caste the delegates
elect fail to attend the convention ; and the
convention Is recommended to exclude proxies
for delegates that do not reside In the counties
they propose to represent'
By order of the committee.F. .
F. M. JOBS sos ,
C. IL GERE , Chairman.
PEACE has been declared between
ex-Governor Hascall and Pension
Agent Bristol , and still the watch
word Is echoed along the lines :
"And we shall all have glory J"
Tire flrst State and Congressional
election of the season takes place
to-day in Vermont. Mr. Peck , tne
.Republican candidate for Governor ,
will no doubt receive a large ma
jority over Mr. Bingham , his Demo
No man opened tho-letter , no man
saw the contents. Republican.
In the language of the late Horace
Greeley , we say , you lie. Is it at all
probable that the clerk would have
asked that the money in the letter
be counted to see if it was all right ,
if ho had not opened it and thereby
known that there was money it it ?
THE cost of the city government
of NewYorkin the past year is a
little over fifty million dollars ,
which , according to the ZK&uneis
just ten millions "more than an eco
nomical administration of munici
pal govarnment requires. Such a
small amount we shuuld suppose
hardly worth talking about.
to the telegraphic coi-
respondence of the St. Louis Globe ,
the treatment of Moultou at last
Sunday's prayer meeting , by the
members of Plymoth church , was
not very creditable to the members
of that society , and the language
quoted as being used by many mem
bers , was of the most profane order.
Mr. Moulton claiming , as a member
of the church and owner of a pew ,
the right to attend undisturbed , is
very indignant at his severe treat
ment and now is fully determined
to prosecute his case to a termina
tion in the courts.
ifollpwing is is a brief extract
McCiuIoch on his proposed
speedy resumption of specie
mente , and coming as they do from
a man of v&t financial experience
are worthy of consideration :
3. Congress should fix a period ,
say the 1st of December , 187G the
time is not material if it be not re
mote after which U.S. notes should
cease to be a legal tender.
2. The Secretary of the Treasury
should bo authorized to retire , by
the use of the surplus revenue , ( and
if this should bo insufficient , by the
gale of bonds ) , at least § 50,000,000 of
United States notes peraunum.untii
rill have been retired , and he shall
bo prohibited from reissuing the
notes thus retired under any pretext
or circumstances whatever.
3. In lieu of theU. S. notes reti
red , an equal amount of banknotes.
If they should bo required , should
be Issued to national banks.
4. When the specie standard has
been re-established by the repeal of
the legal tender actsbanklng should
be made free , and Congress should
cease to interfere with the currency
except so far as may be necessary to
prevent illegal issues.and to provide
that every dollar in circulation by
authority of law shall be secured
- bsyond contingency , as is now the
of United States
casey Jay. a deposit
bonasiri flje Treasury. - - -
A DAKGEEOTJS TODEBTAKDTOr.
Ih another column we publish the
call of the , Douglas County commit
tee for a convention to place before
jthe public nominees or Representa
tives and Senators for thVnext leg
islature of-tnis StateTlie call , it
will be observed , gives the people of
this county less than a week's time
to consider the fitness of the candi
dates , and barely gives the farmejs ,
who only read weekly newspapers ,
un opportunity to become acquain
ted with their names. Against this
apparent attempt to force upon the
Republican party and the people ,
nominees whose character cannot
withstand proper investigation , the
editor of this journal entered his
personal protest , and the BEE now
again asks this committee to recon
sider that call before it is too late.
The Eepublican party nor any other
organization of this State , can suc
cessfully precipitate any class of
candidates upon this people whoso
record cannot fully withstand pub
And in our judgment every think
ing man will say that the only con
clusion that can be arrived at , from
the nature of this call , is that it is
expected to select men with excep
tionable reputations , who , to be
elected , must succeed upon the spur
of the moment.
Such men we apprehend arc not
the kind sought after by the honest
masses of the party or people. The
call certainly is unprecedented and
can not fail to create the impression
that the Republican party in Doug-
lascounty which , heretofore has
taken the ead is very weak indeed.
Cass and other counties have al
ready madp tbejr nominations to
give the people an opportunity to ,
become acquainted with the merits
of its candidates find why should
Omaha and Douglas County be an
exception. If any member of this
committee are asph-anta we
hope "fpr their sake that
they will reconsider this
step ; if , on the other hand , they are
not , then we call upon them in be
half of the party and the people of
this county , tq Bgrjqusjj gqneider
the dangers which in the event of
such n , course must beset the party ,
if they do not amend the call they
The registered letters all came In
a large sized envelope. It is the
duty of a clerk to open this enveU
ope , cutting the end with a sharp
knife , and take out the registered
letters. In doing this the knife ac-
cidently cut a registered letter di
rected to Rosewater. It is a mis
take liable to occur any day , and
one that no man in his sober'senses
and not governed through and
through with prejudice would ever
think of saying a word about. Je-
Assuming this lame excuse to be
true then is it not about time that the
Department secure the services of
men wlo are not liable to make
such mistakes. The idea that they
may occur any day may apply to
the Omaha post office , but nowhere
else. "What , however , is most re
markable about these mistakes is
that they happen to Edward Rosewater -
water only. Considering that it
only takes one hour for letters to
reach Omaha from Fort Calhoun ,
and that Mn Rosewater goes to the
office twice each day for his mail ,
the failure to account for the deliv *
ery of a \mttlforiy-elyht hours
after date of post mark It remarka
bly strange especially as It came
fnm Fort Calhoun , the home of
Congressman Crounse , before the
meeting of a political conven
tion , and was the only let
ter enclosed in the large en
velope from that place. If the ex
posure of such criminal mistakes ( ? )
as these are to be considered as most
"unprovoked attacks upon the He-
publican party" then all we have to
say to the Republican is we plead
guilty to the charges.
The Republican Committee of this
county has suddenly taken upon
itself the right of assuming the pre
rogatives of the people and proceed
ed to appoint delegates to represent
this county in the convention which
is to nominate a State Representa
tive who shall represent Douglas ,
Sarpy , Washington , Cass and other
counties in the Legislature. The
object of this unauthorized move
ment can at once bo discerned by
observing such names as I. S. Has-
call , J JJ. Furay and others
upon" the list of delegates
appointed by this commit
tee. If there is any prece
dent where a committee has
been clothed with powers to select
lelegates for the party , then we
svant them to show it otherwise ,
tve shall be led to infer that they
purposely omitted placing thatmat-
: er before the late convention when
.he call was published , in order to
secure the nomination of some man
vhom tlie party would not recom-
neud. We have no objection to
3eneral Strickland or Mr. Ha&call
If that is their ob-
secure that nom-
uation at the
mt we emphatically object totiuy
emmittec making selections for the
leople at large without anjr author-
ty or resolution empowering theme
Now that ex-Secretary McCul-
Dch has given publicity to his views
n finance in detail , an exhaustive
rticlo on finance from Senator
Jwyer would be in order. We ap-
irehend that the ex-Secretary never
eceivedacopy of the views of the
euerable president of pur State
enatc , otherwise he would be more ,
ireful in coming to such an absurd
snclusion that the resumption of
> ecie can be made practical as ear-
r as 1876.
Now that several of our streets ,
re being graded to the established
rade , we hope that the street rail-
ay track will be required to be
laced to that grade as speedily as
Meeting of the Eepublican County
( Correspondence of the BEE. )
.LINCOLN , August 31.
EDITOR BEE :
The Republican convention for
the nomination of two members oi
the Legislature , county officers and
delegates to the State Convention ,
was held in the Academy of Music
building on last Saturday. The
convention was called to order by
S. B. Pound , chairman of the
County Central Committee. C. H.
Uere was chosen chairman , and E.
P. Roggen , secretary. After the re
port of the committee on creden
tials , the chairman announced that
the nomination of two candidates
for the Legislature would be in
order. A motion was made and
adopted , that in nominating candi
dates for this position one be
chosen from the city and one from
the country. Upon an informal
ballot for one representative from
the city , A. G. Hastings received
26 , Otto Funke 23 , N. S. Harwood
11 ; votes necessary to choice , 31.
The contest was decided in favor of
Hastings upon the third formal bal
lot by the following vote ; A. G.
Hastings 31 , Otto Funke 29 , Har %
wood 1 ,
An informal ballot was then tak
en for Representative from the
country , resulting in the following
vote : A K White 28 , Louis Helmer
24 , Ii F Piper 5 , John Cadman 5.
Whole number of votes cast 61 ; ne
cessary to a choice 31.
On the second formal ballot , Lou
is Helmer received 32 , White 27 ,
Cadman 1 , scattering 1. So , Helmer
and Hastings slipped in , but it was
like a rich man entering the king
dom of Heaven , though by no
means pjoraising the same reward.
The remainder of the ticket is com
posed of tlie following gentlemen :
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion , A G Scott ] County Con.rais-
aioner , Will Ensey.
The convention then proceeded to
choose 14 delegates to tlie State con
vention , seven from the city and
seven from the country. Delegates
elected to the State convention are
S B Pound , 0 H GereR O Phillips ,
W W Wllson.L Kabler , C N Balrd ,
J C Ford , H Spellman , C W Pierce ,
Horace Taylor , W W Cftrdcr , A H
Wilson , O J Martin. J U Wasner.
Five delegates to the Senatorial
Convention , and seven to the 14th ,
Representative Convention , were
then chosen , after which the Con *
It was quite a disappointment to
White , that nominations of County
Representative and , we are inclin
ed to believe , gives this county TO
Thayer in the coming Senatorial
The delegates to the State Con
vention are for Garber , Governor ;
Eenner , Secretary of State ; Bartlett ;
Treasurer ; and Aimes Prosecuting
Attorney. Session ? v/ho was to be
a prominent candidate before the
14th Representative Convention ,
we understand , is to withdraw in
favor of A. K. White. The delega
tion to the Senatorial Convention
are in favor of O. C. Burr.
Such is generally understood to
be the condition of affairs at present.
The ticket placed in the field will
be supported by the greater mass of
Republicans. Helmer , from the
country , we know nothing about ,
but he is well spoken of by those
who know him. Hasting does not
look much like the man our mind
had created as re-assembling Solon ,
neither is he an orator like Strick
land , but is withal , an honest man.
Hastings will work ; and should
committee duties be assigned him ,
they will not lag. Wo say thus
much notwithstanding certain re
ports in circulation that he has
pledged himself to more tb.au one
Senatorial aspirant , believing them
to be started by the opposition for
Though Renner has a strong hold
on the delegation , Goaper is labor
ing hard to succeed himself. He
is a radical temperance man , but
leans heavily on Kahler's arm when
walking with him.
Ames distanced Hull for prose
cuting attorney , and inasmuch as
he ( Hull ) got mad and wanted to
"put a head on somebody , " we with
draw our support , and boldly an
nounce that Smythe , the Colonel , is
our candidate for Chief-Justice
Waite's successor. This is not done
because we think Smythe a better
man than Hull , for , though he may
be more of an orator , he is not half
30 learned. The Journal says we
abuse Hull in urging him for that
position. If the Journal means by
that , that Hull has not the ability ,
we "fling back the insinuation
with all the Indignation of our
soul ! " as Butler said when ac-
jused of being corrupt. If , in
putting forward Smythe and
Eull , we make a mistake , " it is not
) f the heart , but of the head ( Ses
sions ) , and hope they will get some
) ffice , and if they do get beat , they
tvon't look like a cornstalk shorn by
: he grasshoppers , as stated in our
Politicians are very numerous
jere , and among the great men
itriding the street Saturday , labor-
ng hard to carry a losr , which he
tailed " Bub " that mili-
a cane , was , -
ary sun of the old man's.
An exchange notices marriages
inder the heading of "Doings of
lie weak. "
A breach of promise case was re-
ently tried in London , in which a
entleman sued a lady , and the jury
ave a verdict in his favor dama-
es half a cent.
The Princess Blanche , of Bour-
on-Orleans , daughter of. the Duke
f Nemours , is just seventeen , and
rince Pascal de Bourbon , wnom
IB la to marry , is twenty-two. He
i of the Naples Bourbons. The
tarriage will take place at Cannes.
* HlP last lady to whom Fred Grant
i to be married is JMiss IdaHonore ,
r Chicag sister of Mrs. Potter
aimer , and dauSUter of H. H.
[ onore , the millionaire/Jjnd the
edding is to take place sometime
i October. Miss Kitty Cooke has
or sympathies again.
Dixo'n County , Nebraska , had
> ven divorce suits in her last term
f court In one case tlie woman
ad already engaged to many , and
er intended mortgaged her team to
; t money enough to pay marriage
es. Who wouldn't live In Dixon
The golden wedding of General
avid Atwood , editor of the Wis-
msin State Journal for 27 yearn ,
icurredat Madison last Tuesday ,
id was a brilliant affair. Over
[ > 00 invitations were issued , and
0 people responded , Including the
gnitaries of the State. The pres-
its were worth 510,000.
The "flitch of bacon , " which is
inually given at Dunmow , Eng-
ad , to ft married couple -wlio can
awear that they have had no quar
rel for a year and a day , was recent
ly awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Clegg ,
The lucky individual is a clerk in
the office of a wine company in Liv
There was to be a mairiage In a
French village , and all the guests
were punctual , but the bridegroom
could not be found. He was discov
ered at last up a tree , but would not
come-down till the future fa.ther-in-
Jaw conveyed to him a farm that
had been promised. Much protest
ation and many tears , but he was
firm. Finally the papers were
signed , and down , he came.
A bridegroom seldom renders his
mother-in-law speechless ; but here
is an interesting case : A self-pos
sessed young man called at a bouse
in Atlanta , Ga. , a few mornings
ago , and asked to see his wife.
"She is not here , " replied the mis
tress of the house. "There Is no
one here but the members of my
. " "Well " he
own family. , replied ,
"it's one of them I want to see. I
married your eldest daughter last
. - '
A priest who was.examining a
confirmation class in the South of
Ireland , asked the question , "What
is the .sacrament of matrimony ? "
A little girl at the head of the class
answered , "I'ts a state of torment
into which sowls enter to prepare
them for another and better world. "
" " said the ' 'the
"Being , priest , an
swe : for purgatory , " "Put her
down , " said tae curate , "put her
down to the fut of the class. " "Lave
her alojg , " said the priest ; "for
anything you or I know to the con
trary , she may be parfictly right. "
There are matrimonially inclined
noodles who are not content with
getting married like other people ,
but must have the knot tied at
thirty miles an hour , or on horse
back , or whilst crossing a river or up
in a balloon , or in some other un
usual way to raise the doubt wheth
er they do not marry for a sensa.
tion rather than for Jove , Such ec
centric , or Ujl.QHo , couples will turn
green with , envy at the knowledge
that one pair recently married in
England eclipsed thorn all in novel
ty of the proceedings. The bride
was without arms , and when it
came the tlrao for the bridegroom to
put the ring upon the fourth finger
of the woman's hand according
to the rubric she just shook
off her slipper and presented her
.newly washed left foot to the bride
groom's clasp. The account says he
placed "the ring on the thjrd. toe.
Perhaps tha | w 3 a mistake , or a
cqrn or the fourth toe may have in
terfered with the ring being slipped
oh it. Then both standing ana the
bridegroom holding the bride's left
foot in his right hand the required
formula was repeated. Whether
the prescribed ceremony of clasping
right hands during the exchange of
vows was omitted altogether , or got
around by stepping on each other's
right foot , is not recorded , but the
account says that after the ceremony
the bride signed the register , hold
ing the pen with her toes , in a very
decent "hand. "
It is now charged that the Ohio
Penitentiary has become a power
in Democratic politics. That insti
tution always was a Democratic
J. Wesley Barnes , the
nopoly candidate for State Treasurer
of lowp , has withdrawn his name
from the ticket , his private affairs
being so complicated as to require
his entire and immediate attention.
General William Cogswell , the
chosen champion of the anti-Butler
men in the Vlth Congressional Dis
trict of Massachusetts , Is said to
hare consented to be a candidate for
the Republican nomination ,
The St. Albans Messenger says if
is a fhot not generally known in
Vermont that Charles W. Willard
returned to the Treasury not only
his back pay , but his increase under
the Grub law , and he was the only
Vermont Congressman that did so.
An old proverb asserts that it is
the reticent pig who Is most success
ful in assimilating the swill. Is it
among the possibilities that General
Butler is trying a little experiment ,
Doleful news comes from Tennes
see. It Is stated that the Democrats
jf that State have patched up an
agreement to the effect that if they
ire victorious in the next State elec-
tioh they will send Andrew Johnson
to the United States Senate , This
harrowing thought should spur the
rennessee Republicans to superhu
The Ohio Republican State Exe-
: utlve committee has decided to
> pen the canvass with a mass mcet-
. .uc.at Columbus on the night alter
he State convention , which meets
n that city on Sept. 2. Speeches
vill be made by Senator Sherman
md ex-Qov. Noyes , and perhaps ty
sx-Gov. Dennison , Secretary Dela
10 , Representative Garfleld and
The appointment of Moses Sim
noiis by the Cuyahoga County
Onio ) Republican Convention , to
epresent the colored voters of the
CXth District in the State Conveu-
ion , does not meet with their ap-
irobntlon. At a recent meeting the
olored .people adopted resolutions
leclaring that , to say the least , Mr.
iitnmons is not a fair average rep-
eseiitative , and requesting him to
William Sharon , who is said to
wn p'erhaps more property in Ne-
ada than any other man in the
itate , and who Is largely identified
rilh the development of its resour-
es , Is spoken of as the proper suc-
cssor to Win. M. Stewart in the
tolled States Senate. Mr. Sharon
i a Republican , and , according to
'he Gold Hill News , has the support
f "the honest and really indepen-
snt press of the State and coast. "
" I don't know anything about
jis 'ere Governor 'business , but I
in raise corn , " is what they say
fr. Cusey said when hewas nom-
lated for Governor" Kansas by
ie "Reform party. " Hon. John
'allartin , ofTopeka , who served
the Legislature with Casey , says :
3f the 110,000 voters in Kansas at
ast 100,000 of them are superior to
isey in every respect , and better
ted for the office ot Governor.
: of Mr. Dawes to be
; ain cle&fi L toCongress will
lake JudseKSiey"tti&J'father" of
ie House of RtpresentalmSias he
ill be the oldest member ofrl&l.
> dy elected consecutively. His
jxt election will be his eighth ,
xvingreceived his first election on
, e ticketwithLlncoInandHamlin.
1860 , to the Thirty-seventh Con-
ess ; This honor will give .him
.e choice of seats , and imposes on
m the duty , In conjunction "with
e oldest member of the Demo-
atlo side of the House , of conduct-
g the speaker to the chair on his
It appears that the Republicans of
elVth Congressional District of
assachusetts , now represented by
e Hon. Samuel Hooper , are very
uch troubled about nominating a Bi ta
adidate. If they do not nominate
a Prohibitionist there will probablj
be a third ticket in the field ; and in
that case the Democrats would have
iittle trouble in carrying the dis
trict. The Boston News says thai
although the liquor question ia an
important one in State politics , and
one that should T5e fairly met and
candidly discussed , it is not a ques
tion of national politics or legisla
tion , and cannot become for years.
Until it does enter Into national politics
itics- , and Gas a bearing upon the po
sition or work of a Congressman ,
the News can see neither principle
nor policy in attempting to force an
Somewhere in the course of Sena
tor Morton's great speech at Terre
Haute occurs the following graphic
description of the Democracy : "The
Democratic party is out of power
and is struggling to regain it. It is
the opposition , and attempts to seize
upon every popular discontent and
avail itself of every local passion to
injure the Republican party. It
presents no policy for the admin
istration of the government , and
makes no attempt to preserve
consistency. It feels at
liberty to profess in one locality
what it denies in another , and to
take any position in one State to
strike the Republican party a blow ,
without regard to the ground which
it occupies upon the same question
in other States , It does not hesi
tate to use any weapon of assault ,
knowing that there Is little respon
sibility attached to these vfao are
struggling to gain power as compar
ed to those who are responsible for
its exercise. "
EZRA MILLARD , I J. H. SIIU ARD ,
President. | Cashier.
Cor. Douglas and Thirteenth Streets.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Onjanliid as a National Bank , August 26,1863
Capital and Profits over - $250,000
OVFJCEB3 AND DIBKCTOBS :
E. CREIGITTON , A. KOUNTZE ,
n. COUNTZE , H.v. . YATES ,
Vice Pres't. As't Cashier.
A. j. POPPI.ETON , Attorney.
The Oldest Established
Caldwell , Hamilton & Co , ,
Easiness transacted same as that
of an Incorporated Bank.
Accounts kept in Currency or Gold
subject to sight check without no
Certificates of Deposit Issued pay
able on demand , or at fixed date
bearing interest at six percent , per
annum , and available in in all parts
if the country.
Advances made to customers on
approved securities at market rates
BHJ and sell Gold , Bills of Ex
change. Government , State , County ,
md City Bonds.
We give special attention to nego
tiating Railroad and otber Corpo
rate Loans issued within the State.
Draw Sight Drafts on England ,
[ relond , Scotland , and all parts of
Sell European Passage Tickets.
COLLLECTIONB PROMPTLY MADE.
anltl _ _ _ _ _
UiVIN SATJNDERS , ENOS LOWE
President. Vice Presdent.
BEN WOOD , Cashier.
3AVIUGS BAITS ,
N. W. Cor. Farnham aud 13th Sts. ,
lapltal . . . . . . _ . $ 100,000
LUthorlzed Capltll. . _ 1,000,003
DEPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL- |
lar sece'ved and compound Interest alI I
loved on the same. I
Certificates of Deposit :
[ TOE WHOLE OR ANY PART OF A DEL -
L posit after remaining In this Benk three
lontha. will draw Interest from d.te of depoj-
to payment. The whole or any part o' a de-
asit can * > e drawn afan t mp. aug2 U
lydraulic , Cement ,
jrrOITLD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
fT they are now ready to furnish HY-
RAUL1C CEMENT , of the Tery best quality.
id In any quantity .either at the factory , which
located at Beatrice.Neb. , or at the Pipe worka
Omaha They also are prepared to furnish
Iklnds ofOMENT PIPING forSEWERAQE ,
FtAINAGE , ETC , Also manufacture all
rles of CHIMNEY WOKK. WEGUARAN-
2E OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUL TO ANY
ifDRAULIC CEMENT MANtrACTDRED
I THE UNITED STATES.
b'ATRICE HYDRAULIC CEMENT
& PIPE CO.
UAHA - - NEBRASKA.
' Harncy at reel , , between 14th and 15th.
Carriage and 'KagOB JEatiBg
all It Branches , In ihe test and most
'ESE ' SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHINO
ted repairing dona on short nttlce.
? t > 2ft Jv
r. P. Soap 3TaotdP7'I f PI
Itnated on the line of the Union. Padflc
Iroad , near the powder house , llmufac-
ss firit-cUM soap lor home conaomptsn.
Nos. 187,189 and 191 Farnham Street.
MILTON ROGEBS ,
TINWARE and TX2T 2TERS' STOCK.
- SOLE WESTERN AGENCY FOR -
STEWART'S COOKING and HEATINGr STOVES ,
THE "FEABL1SS , " COOKING STOVES ,
CHARTER OAK COOKING- STOVES ,
All of Which Will be Sold at Manufacturers' -Prices , With Freishtjadded.
aP2".tf eJo3ta. a fox-
Fort CMhoun Mills.
: ME.A.Ij : :
Manufactured with Great Care from Best Grain.
General Depot , Ccr. l tn < & Dodge Sts ,
" Tlr. . OMASCA. ELAM CX.VRK.
PITCH , FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFER ,
A ud Manufacturer of Dry and Saturated Hoofing ana Sheiulilng Folt.
ALSO DEALEES IN
Roofing , Fitcn , Coal , Tar , Etc. , Etc.
T ? OO * 10 in . any part of Nebraska or adjoining States. Office opposite the Gas Works , on
JV 12th i treet. Address P. O. Box 432.
O. P. GOODMAN ,
WHOLESALE DRD66IST ,
.A-ad IDealor In.
PAINTS , OILS AND WINDOW GLASS ,
IMPOETES ASD JOBBER OP FOREIQX AND DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS ,
Tobaccos and Cigars ,
No. 142 FABNHAM STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
Old Kentucky Whistles a Specialty.
. JKTAOENT FOB THE ELDORADO WINE COMPANY. CALIFORNIA.- * *
julyZly 3E ort03c' 3 J&.1.0 , of aTolie * . HI.
Omaha Shirt Factory.
OHAELES H. PLATZ
M" ° " * 1"
Ladies' ' '
Hice Oicamenta for Ladles.
OBDEBS PROMPTLY FILLED.
516 Donglas St. , Yischer's Block , Omaha , Neb.
1TEOH DEED. LEWIS S. REED
BYRON REED & GO ,
The Oldest Established
Eleal Estate Agency
iscp a complete Abstract ol Title to all Eea
stitaln Om.ha and Douslascountr.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
AS. M.M ° vmm
WHOLESALE DEALER HI
1 F. and ISO Farnham Street.
YICTOR COFJPMAN ,
WSICIAN and SURGEON ,
( OVER ISH'3 DRUG STORE , )
201 Far Ob Hm Ht. , Bet. I4Cb * 15th
Schneider & Bnnnester
Manufacturers ot 21
COPPER AND SHEET IROH
WARE. DEALERS IN
Cooking * and Healing Stores.
Tin Roofing , Spouting and Gutter1 ng don
short notice and i& the but mauner.
| Utten troet tevllt dl
BEDMAN & LEWIS , L
3or. 16th and Izard Streets. C
iii TJ nun B IE
On hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
F. A. <
. . PETEKS. Lj
Saddle and Harness Maker , LjC
AND CARRIAGE TRDDIEB ,
fo. 274 eVurabaua t. bet. 15th & 10th
A LL orders andrepalrlng promptly attended
: \ttoand satisfaction ( uarra&tced. llSt :
paid for bidet. p391r I
MAX MEYEft & BROTHER , OMAHA , NEBRASKA
CHEAP FARMS ! F.REE SOMES
On the Lisa ol th
Union Pacific Railroad
A Land Grant of 12,000,000 , Acm of tie beat PAQMLHQ and MIHESAL Lands of America
1,000,000 ACUFS IN NEBRASKA IN TUB GREAT PLATTE TALLF.
THE GASDEH OF THE WEST HOW FOB SALE
These lands are In the central portion of the United States , on tbe 41st degree of Noith Lat
Itude. the central line of the great Temperate Zone o ! the American Continent , and for grain .
growing and stock raising unsurpassed by any In the United States.
OHEAFEB IK FBIOEBori faToratlettrns riMa. and more ooaTealeatto msrk t ti a i
be found Ebswaert.
FIVE and TEN TEARS' credit glren with interest at SIX PER CENT
OOLOHISTSaid JjOTTJALBETULEEacanhnyoaTen Yean1 Credit Lands at tin , in
uric * to all CREDIT PUBOHASESa.
A Deduction TEN PEK CENT. FOR CASH.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOE ACTUAL SETTLERS.
Ijid the Best Locations for Colonies !
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead cf
ZPsroo JtPa-etmotm to FiaarolmraojrA of Xja.xa.c3.
Send for new Descriptlre Pamphlet , with new maps , published In English. GVrman , SwecJ
and Dan'ih , mailed free everywhere. Address O. 3T1. I 3/i. ' rXS-
alriWmrti Land Commissioner U. P. B.H.CO. Omaha. Keb.
A. B. mJBEfcMANTI & CO. ,
WATCHMAKERS , OF JEWELRY
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
WATCHES & CLOCKS
JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE ,
AT WHOLESALE OB BETAIL.
Dealers Can Save TIME and FREIGHT
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAYDfG DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
UOODS WARRANTS TO BE A3 REPRESENTED.-
S. O. ABEOTT J. CACLTISU )
ABEOTTS. . C. ABBOTT 9
Booksellers 1 Stationers
No. 188 Farnliam Street. Qmalia , JKTeV
Publishers' Agents for Schoo' Hooka used In Nebraska.
GEO. A. HOAGLAND ,
COR , OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS , , U , P , R , R , TRACK ,
DIM : A "Hi JL. USTIEIB ,
WM. M. FOSTER.
Wholesale Lumber ;
WINDOWS , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , &C ,
Plaster Paris5 Hair , Dry and Tarred Felt.
Sole Agents for Boar Creek Lime and Louisville Cement J
OFFICE AND YARb : irVl\T A TT A XTT7T >
n U. P. Track , bet Farnham and Douzlai Sts. / UJ > 1 AJtlA , * JN J JJ
N. I. D. SOLOMON ,
A r rm
2OAL OIL AND HEAD-LIGHT OIL
MAHA _ - _ NEBRASKA
FAIRLIE & MONELL ,
LANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Stationers , Engravers and Printers ,
2TOTARIAI. A3TD I.O33CE SEAZ.S.
ascnic , Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias |
DGE PROPERTIES , JEWELS , BOOKS , BLANKS , ETC. , AT
J ! ® EASTERX PRICES AND EX1REJ3.- © !
12X > < , M JStx-oot.
P E IT T E H ,
J J a I
For Yards , Lawns , Cemeteries Ckirclif Groa-Is anaJPabllc Parlu ,
Office and Shop V
erjjbet. Farnhamand Harney / OMAHA
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