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THE OMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CUT
ffnEEEAS , The Republican party , hr It
coarse lor the pait thirteen years as the aoffll
n nt political orgsalzatlBn of th Cnitec
btates , hii allied Itself to the liberty-IoTinf
ma es of the world , and has mailo a recorc
which Invites scrutiny , and challenges all his ,
tory for a paraUel in eltrating Immanity , anc
csUblhhlnz on a firm basis "a sorarnment DJ
the popl forth * people ; " and
WHEREAS , Its > v ral acts In preferring the .
Union , in promoting and strengthening a com.
ruon allegienc * to tbe fiag and coTernment o
this republic hare passed Into history and olio
ited the approral of tbe Itepubllcan tentimcni
cf the age , therefore we , tha representatives o
rbe Kepublitan party of Nebraska , in cocTen
tlon assembled , do rewire as roilows , Tiz :
1st. That all honest labor should bo protected
and recelre iti just reward.
2i That w earnestly doiire that the credi
of our gurernmgut shall bo finely maintained
in ord r that the commercial and industrial in
tcrcsts of the country mar not suffer injury b ]
fluctuations In ralucsor by impairing in an }
degree that confident * which now j rerails ir
regard to our circulating medium which w <
hopa will , at no d'stant day , be based upoi
matalle currency , tha reocgnized money of th (
S i. That wa belicre that banking , under i
wall-guarded national system , should be free ,
and we counsel reform and economy In all de
partments of the public scrrico , and a rcduc-
titn of the public debt in such a way and a :
rapidly , as ft may be done without imposing
hardens upon tb Industries of the country.
4th. That we demand a rigid accountability
Ja the discharge of official duty on the part ol
til office-holders , whether fctate or National ,
and thL rs delegates , f peaViog for constituent :
whom we represent we disavow any sympathy
with , or for dishonest public officials , in what-
er r capacity they may be employed.
5th That while we recognize and appreciate
the adrantages derived by the people from a
wall-regulated system of railways we demand
that these public highways thould be rendered
subsarrient to the public good. That while we
disavow any hostility toward railroad corpora
tions we proclaim our d torminstion to resist
ly lawful means all ellurts to impost ) oppressive
or extortionate transportation tulj ,
ptb. That taxation , to be just ) must be
equally Imposed upon ali classes ol property ;
we theitaor * demand such National and State
Initiation M will compel railroads and all other
aorporations to p < y th * same proportion ot tax
as is Imposed on individuals.
7th. That we favor tbC proper exercise of the
tha national government
* ewer > cocferred upon
ment by the constitution to regulate commerce
katwaen the States , and to this end wa recom
mend that the government e'tablish and ope-
rxta a doubla track railway from tha Missouri
rlTar'to tbe Atlantic seaboard.
gth. That we earnestly loqucst that our
Senators lecure the passage o ! Croun e'a Kail-
road Land Tax Bill.
9th. That we favor the amendment of the
Constitution of the United Mates providing
for tbe election if President , Vice President.
Unit/id States Senators , and all other federal
officers br the dlref t vote of the people.
10th. That tbe unwritten law enacted by
the example of the Father of bis Country in
declining a re-election to tbo third Presidential
term , Is as controling as though Jt was Incor
porated in the national constitution , and ought
never to be violated.
the so-called Quaker Indian
llth. That present
dian pollcv hss failed to afford cither benefits
to the Indians or protection to the frontl r set
tlers , and we therefore demand the transfer of
the management of the Indians to tha War De
12th. That we favor the reapportlonmcnt of
State representatives through the enactment of
B new constitution at the earliest practicable
day consistent with our present fundamental
law , and that recommend ths submission to
tha direct vote of the people in a separate arti
cle at the time tbe proposed new constitution
Is voted upon , tbe questions of "Prohibition , "
"Local Option , " and license.
13th , That we approve the acts of Congress
which put the righU of all citizens under pro
tection of the National authorities when they
are assailed by hostile legislation , or by the vi
olence cf armed associations , whether open or
secret , and in view of the recent outrages in
the southern States , wo demand the enlorce-
ment ol the laws that these rights may bo se
curely and amplyprotected whenever and wher
ever Invaded ; we do , however , disapprove of all
unconstitutional legislation , lor tbe " cure of
any of the disorders of society , or evils"which
pro all in our land.
14th. That we are in favor of and most cor
dlally Invite Immigration to our State. Ne
braska needs immigration , that its vast agricul
tural , mineral , and manufacturing resources
may be developed , with an area sufficient to
make ten States cs large as Massachusetts , and
a soil unsurpassed for fertility , we give a
hearty welcome to the down-trodden masses
of the old world.aud assure them that they
( hall be secure it their lives , liberty and prop-
erjr , and free to hold and express their relig
ious and political opinions without restraint.
15th. That , relying upon the intelligence of
the people of our voung and pro-pcrous com
monwealth , which" is soon to take nigh rank in
the great family of btates , wo hereby renew
our allegiance to the party which wo represent
and call upon Its classes , and conditions of
men to unite with us inrerpotuatingtbebl'ss-
Inei of Ireo government In accordance with
the cherished principles which actuate and
control tnesrcal bodv of our oeoulc.
Fo' Member ol Congress ,
LORENZO CKOUNSE ,
ot Washington county.
For Memter of Congrecs ( contingent )
TATKICK O. 1IAWE3 ,
of Douglas county.
For Governor ,
SILAS GAR1ILB ,
of Welwtcr tounty.
or Secretary of State ,
BRUNO TZSCIIUCK ,
cf Sarpy county.
For Treasurer ,
JOSEPH C. McBKIDE ,
of Colfaz county.
For SnptTintcndcnt of Public Instruction ,
J. M. McKENZIE ,
of Kcmaha county.
For State Prison Inspector ,
NATHAN S. rORTEB ,
of Diion county.
For Attorney General ,
GEORGE II. ROBERTS ,
of Red Willow countr.
For Distr'ct Attorneys ,
First Distrlct-C. J. DILWGRT1I ,
of Phelps county.
. Second Di trlct-W. J. OONNELI , ,
oi Douglas county ;
Third District JL B. HOXTE ,
of Colfiz county ;
DOUGLAS County * Independents
appear to bo disinclined to coalesce
with tbe Bourbon Democracy.
THE Louisiana revolt lias fur-
nisbcd a most gratifj-ing evidence
of tbe power of tbe National Gov
ernment to enforce its mandates.
n and Tuxburj'i tbo Demo
cratic candidates for Congressional
and Gubernatorial honors , consider
tbe whole thing a harmless joke ;
hence they are not paying th
slightest attention to the campaign.
ACCORDING to the Denver Times
Senator Bogy bought four of Joe
Bailey's jackasses , and bad them
shipped to his home in Missouri ,
whereupon the St. Louis Glob * pays
tbe Bourbon Senator a left-handed
compliment , by calling attention to
the fact that even while absent from
his native State , ho has tbo welfare
of the Democratic party at heart ,
and loses no opportunity to increase
It3 vote by immigration or other
SKNATon MORTON'S speech on the
2ew Orleans revolt presents a very
lusid and logical view of the situa
tion in Louisiana. "We are told , "
says the distinguished Senator/'that
reconstruction is a failure ; that
the recent disturbances by tbo
White Leagues are evidence that it
was based upon false principles. I
dissent from this statement. So far
as reconstruction has failed , it has
been by the condnct of its enemies ,
not because of tbe intrinsic defects
of tbe system The resistance of
fered to it by murderers and desper
adoes does not prove it unround , anyy
more than the violation of tbo crhpfj
inal law by felons proves It utisomfc
Thesystcin of reconstruction isi
on the broadest principles of jj
AIT EXTEfl. SESSION.
Ax extra session of the legislatun
immediately after the October elec
tion is again urged by some of ou :
Western contemporaries , with i
view of hastening tbe enactment o
a new constitution.
It Is claimed by the advocates o
this ill-conceived scheme that Gov
ernor Furnas is pledged to issue tb.ii
call. While the BEE now , as aver
advocates the adoption of a now
Constitution at the earliest prac
tical time , we claim thai
tbe proposition to call a Constitu
tional Convention through the pres
ent legislature is impractical and
unadvisable. Without entering intc
calculations as to the probable ex
pense to tbe people of an extra ses
sion , wo doubt exceedingly that the
present legislature could , if con
vened , agree upon any Constitu
tional convention bill. Assuming ;
however , that they could or would
be able to pass such a bill we
would ask what if anything can be
gained by it ?
Nobody pretends that the prosenl
Legislature can , by calling a Con
stitutional Convention , change tbe
ajaportionment of members for the
Legislature that convenes next win
ter. Nobody expects any Legislature
that may be elected under tbe pro
posed new constitution to bo in ses
sion bctore November or December ,
1873. Everybody knows that it
will be the duty of the Legislature
elected in October next to pass a
Constitutional Convention bill.
The convention thus called , can ,
and will be in session by or before
April loth , and the Instrument
framed by them , can and will be
submitted for popular endorsement
no or beforeJ uly 1st.
Now would it not be prepos
terous to force a Constitutional Con
vention into session in January and
February , when everybody knows
they would inevetably be brought
into conflict with the legislature.
Would it bo good policy
to create confusion and dis
cord at the State Capitol
by tbe assembling of two distinct
bodies , each of which would demand
the constant attention of State offi
cers. Which of these two masters
would be entitled to precedence ?
Suppose tbo legislature should
order certain important finan
cial statistics from the Audi
tor and Treasurer , and the
convention should demand other
official statements from these officers
at about tbe same time. Which of
these orders should bo served
first ? Tbe fact is the advocates of
this spontaneous constitution
scheme- have no conception of tbe
consequences. They are merely
working up political capital.
THE efforts of the old fogies and
anti-progressionists to put a stop
to all public iinprovpments in this
city , are , to say the least , becoming
decidedly aggravating. We know
nothing , and care less , about the
trumped up charges of conspiracy
against Mr. Hansconi and others
who have been instrumental in im
proving St. Mary's avenue. We
own no property in that direction ,
and consequently nobody can charge
us with being actuated by self-inter
est. We have not conversed with
Mr. Hanscom , Mr. Marsh ,
or any other person Inter
ested In St. Mary's avenue or near the
Park. We are nevertheless con
strained co delare that tbe men who
have inaugurated the permanent
improvements in Omaha during
the present season , deserve com
mendation ratber than condemna
tion at the hands of our citizens.
Quito apart from tbe substantial
evidences of progress which these
improvements afford to citizens and
strangers they have resulted in
indirect advantages which can b
best appreciated bv those who ari
acquainted with the condition o
our laboring classes.
By these improvements at leas
3no hundred families in Omab
liave been saved from actual want
ind a largo portion of them woul <
liave been forced to leave tbe city
Sow we do not expect that tbesi
) ld fogies can bo made to compre-
iend tbe advantage of retaining
heso laborers in our midst. The ,
lo not understand that the prosper-
tyof our retail merchants depends
n a great measure upon theprosper-
us condition of our workingmen
Much less can they comprehend
hat in times like these a pcuurioui
nunicipal policy would , by rotaid
ng and dwarfing the growth of thii
Ity , correspondingly reduce the
alue or real estate , and render it
omparativcly worthless. For our
iart we shall continue in the future
s we Uae in the past , to sustain
lie live and energetic men who are
xerting their influence in behalf of
Ouu Omaha readers will doubf-
; ss bo surprised to learn that the
) emocracy of Douglass county held
icir primaries for nominating a
? gislative ticket Saturdaya'fternoon.
lutbido of the handful of broken-
intled wheel horses that participa-
: d at this exhibition nobody could
sssibly have surmised that a polit-
al contest of such magnitude was
i progress. In fact , the total num-
jr of votes cast * in tbe whole city
as hardly equal to the number cast
; the Republican second ward cau-
is thrco weeks ago. In the third
ard , where usually several bun-
ed Democratic votes are cast , just
n Bourbon votes were polled , in-
uding tbe clerk and judges of elec-
311. What a striking commenta-
' on the decaj' of Nebraska Bour-
T scare immigration is still turn-
g-tojvard Nebraska. From the
kvenpojtGosetfc of the 19th , we
SAtrtharK lx emigrant wagons
issfdJhrouKh Washington , Iowa ,
d Avee'k" , bound for Nebraska. Ac-
rding to tbe Gazette these emi-
ants "lai'gbed at "the grasshop-
General Roberts as a Soldier
The BeDullican Candidate fci
Attorney General Speaks at
( Kearney Timss , Sept. 19th. )
General George H. Roberts , th <
Republican candidate for Attorney
General , addressed a large and en
tbusiastic meeting at More's Hal
last evening. Tbe scurrilous articl (
publabed in tbo Omaha Herald o
the 17th inst , was demolished bj
the General at a blow. He com
pletely vindicated himself. l\c
one who heard him had any doubl
but that the article referred to wai
based on nothing but the malice ol
Lest some of our readers may nol
have seen tbo article in question ,
aud may not be aware of its con
tents , we will state that the sub
stance of it is , that General Roberts
was dishonorably discharged from
tbe service of tbe United States , for
cowardice , absence without leave ,
disobedience of orders , neglect of
duty , and incompetency. In sup
port of this statement , a pretended
certificate from one A. L. Russell ,
claiming to be Adjutant General of
Pennsylvaniadated October 3 , 1874 ,
was copied into the Herald. The
J/eraWnian should be better posted
tbe next time he manufactures a
certificate against a Union soldier
wfio risked his life in defense of his
country. He appears to haye made
only two mistakes. In the first
place A. L. Russell is not the Adju
tant General of Pennsylvania , and
the date October 3 , 1874 , is a little
premature. Try it again , GeorgeL.
you have made a failure this time.
But tbe General was not satisfied
with showing that this pretended
certificate was a lie on its face.
He paid hisrespects to thciJoacon
in a way that would have edified
that worthy greatly had lie been
present to hear. As it was tbo au
dience laughed and cheered at tbe
picture the QeneraJ drew of the re
nowned Deacon as lie appeared "in
front of the enemy. "
Tbo vivid picture of the Deacon as
a hanger on about the Sutler's
stores , aud tbe history of his exploits
as a cotton speculator , will long be
remembered by tbe citizens of
Kearney. We all know the Deacon
now. That speech has made him
ft man of note Among us.
The facts are that during the absence -
sonco of Ueneral Roburts on a raid
through Tennessee , the Lieutenant
Colonel of his regiment and the Or
derly Sergeant conspired together
aud preferred trumped up charges of
the nature indicated in tbe Herald
article , upon the strength of whicj
an order was issued dismissing him
from the service wjtliQUt ft trial by
a Court Martial or u copy of the
charges ever having been seen by
him. Afterwards upon a full review
of the case by the President of the
United States , the following order
was caused by him to be issued :
SPECIAL ORDER , (
NO. 1 0. jWAR j
WAR PErtTMEST , )
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE , J-
WASHINGTON , 1) . C. J
( Extract )
To correct his record , so much of
Special Order No. 177 , May 14,1864 ,
from this office , as dismissed Capt.
George H. Roberts , 19th Pennsyl
vania Cavalry , is by direction of
the President revoked , and , to com
plete his record , the officer is honor
ably discharged from the military
service of tbe United States to date ,
May 14,1864 , on tender of his resig
nation. * * * * *
By order of tbe Secretary of War.
E. D. TOWNSFKD ,
Official : Adjutant General.
L. H. PELONZE ,
Asst. Adjutant General.
The General's speech will have
the effect of making him lots of
friends. It places him squarely be
fore tbe people , and not one present
but that appeared to be in sympathy
with him , and to regard tbe effort
of Dr. Miller as an attempt to
blacken and malign the character
of a bravo soldier , and a talented
and honest man.
.Wehave no doubt but that Gen
eral Roberts will be the next attor
ney general of Nebraska , and that
bis majority will roll up a full ten
Wo bad one rebellion winch cost
i million of lives and ten thou
sand millions of dollars. Before it
' who had defended
rt'as over every man
fended the south was cursing bis
stupidity for not seeing the end
rrom the beginning. How many
) f that sort understand the Louisi-
ina rebellion now ? A glance at
lie situation will reveal the same
jlindness that preceded tbe war. All
ho papers that oppose tne Republi-
: an party excuse if they do not
lustnin the White Leaguers of New
Jrleans. Tbe politicians follow in
he same track. "The people of
Louisiana have been oppressed and
) lundtred , until forbearance has
leased to be a virtue. " This is the
taplo of their talk and rant. Even
hose who claim to bo Republican in
> rinciple , but Auti-Mouop or inde-
lendont in politics , are no belter.
This shows-the strength and bit-
erness of party spirit. It is a repo-
ition of tbe same fatal , uureason-
ng blunder tbat made the Demo-
racy odious during the war. It islet
lot true that the Louisiana out-
ireak was the result of oppression
nd robbery. It is tbe beginning
f a new rebellion this time
gainst tbe amended Constitution ,
'be whole aspect of affairs in the
iouth proves this. Murder abounds
u every hand , not in Louisiana
nly , but In Texas , Tennessee ,
feorgia , Kentucky and the Caroli-
as. And the victims are not
bite Democrats. They ere inva-
iably white or black Republicans ,
nice-holders , school teachers or
linistcrs. The old master , rebel
loment Is determined to get oon-
ol of the South. To accomplish
lis it is organizing the secret White
leagues , which are being armed
nd drilled. The press plainly
vows tbe purposa in view , and the
tethod of achieving it. , * Says the
Veatville ( Miss. ) JVeu's ;
"The white man's party is the only
ilvation for the State. Show the
3gro his place and make him keep
. If we can't vote him down we
in knock him down , and the re-
dt will be the same. "
The Vicksburg Herald utters this
lonstrous sentiment :
1 'If ourpolitical prosperity demands
the negro population must be
Mined out to qive place to while ]
The Tishomingo ( Miss. ) Time * is
[ ually bloody : I
"We suggest to our brethren the
rmation of White Leagues in every
unty in the State. Let them
eet in secret , and bo bound l > y the
est solemn oaths and let death be
e penalty of any violations of the
der. This land is ours by right
id inheritance , and wo must , we
it , even at the expense
IF BLOOD AND MILLIONS
' LIVES. "
None of these are in Louisiana ,
t the eamcTsplritrunsthrouglrthe
lole Democratic press of the south ,
icre is no toleration of opinion no
security for life , nothing but sub
mission to rebel hate aud vengeance
Even Longstreet , one of the great
est of confederate generals , becaus
he joined tbe Republicans of Nev
Orleans , has been for seven year
ostracised from society and friends
In view of all this , how shouli
men vote who intend to uphold thi
Government , and defend the Con
stitution ? Not for Peace Demo
crats , nor for any man , nor witl
any ] > c.rty , of doubtful antecedents
We are entering on perilous times
The South can only be kept fron
revolt , and a War of Races , by fea
of a united North. Davenport Ga
Papillion wants a literary soci
The new buildings at the Win
nebago Agency are about completed
Numaha county is putting in i
large amount of fall wheat.
Lincoln boasts of two of th
test flour mills in the State.
The Lincoln public schools an
attended by 504 scholars.
Continued wet weather has dam
aged grain and hay stacks.
Peteahlesbaro , head chief of the
Pawnees , is dead.
The business in the Lincoln
land office is very dull.
The Cass county fair was a suc
Plum Creek has organized a mu
Wild plums are verv abundant
in tbe Little Blue Valley.
A twenty-two inch vein of coal
bas been discovered in Blackbird ,
on tbe Winnebago reservation.
Wild ducks are appearing in
the Platte River in considerable
Two weeks more will complete
the brick work on tbe new court
bouse at Plum Creek.
Dannebrog offers $600 jn
money , and 180 acres of land for
the county seat of Howard county.
Senator Tipton will attend the
wedding of General Sherman's
daughter , some time in October.
Win. Burk , of Saline county ,
lljreshed 688 bushels of barley in
five hours from mown grain.
The State Insane Asylum is so
'ull that the officers are compelled
: o turn applicants for admission
A party will leave Junlata for
the Black Hills on the first of next
aonth. About twenty-five or thir-
: y have already joined the organiza-
The hull of the now steam ferry
at St. Helena has been launched.
The motive power will bean engine
of ten horse power , and the craft
will draw but ? i inches of water.
Peaches are becoming very
plentifully in the Brownvillo mar
ket , and are sold at from 50 cents to
51.00 per bushel , with a tendency
A grist mill company , with a
capital of $50,000 , will immediately
commence the erection of one of
the largest mills in the State , eight
run of stone , on the Verdigris , five
miles from the mouth of the Run.- ,
The grand jury at Nebraska
Jity found bills for the following of-
'ences : Four for horse stealing : two
'orassault with intent to kill ; two
or arson ; two for larceny ; five for as-
bault and battery ; one for riot , and
brew for keeping bawdy houses.
The Burlington & Missouri
Uivpr Railroad Company have just
completed at Lincoln a building for
Hie accommodation of 1,000 Men-
iiouites. The building , which is
: > ne of the largest frame structures
in the State , was erected in just four
aid a half days.
The second excursion to the
Big Blue Valley , from Illinois , ar-
ivcd in Crete last Tuesday. Four
: oilie.s : went to Fairmont and two
: o Bcatrico. The oxcursiomsts have
.ickets good for twenty days. They
.vill . make the Big Blue Valley their
leadquarters and branch out in all
A joint stock company is organ-
/.ingatDecatur for the purpose of
liggimr down to Jind recovering
init of the caigo on board of the
'Louisville , " a steamboat sunk
ome years since in Fuller's Bend.
L'be cargo consisted of an old gov-
trnment wagon and sixteen barrels
if whiskey. The wagon is what
hey are after.
Tobias Castor is the People's In-
iepcndent Democratic nominee for
be Legislature , from Saline county.
The Democrats of Dodge coun-
V will nominate their Legislative
icket on Monday , Sept. 28th.
E. R.'Kennedy is the Pawnee
; > u tity Granger's candidate for Rsp-
Loran Clark , of Boone , is the
Republican candidate for reepro-
iittative in the 24th District.
Sarpy county Republicans
ominate their legislative ticiet on
aturday , October 3d.
Thomas Graham is the Demo-
latic nominee to represent the llth
enatorial district in the Senate.
W. H. Platt , * of Hall County , is
1C Democratic nominee forlegisla-
ire from the 24th representative
James E. North , of Columbus ,
the Democratic competitor for tbe
tate Senate with Hon. Guy Bar-
The Cuss county Independents
111 hold their legislative uominat-
C convention at Weeping Water
i Monday , Sept 28th.
M. V. Moudy , the Republican
> miueo for representative of the
ith district , Is a young and promis-
g attorney. His residence In the
ate is about five years.
The Democrats of Saline county
tvo nominated Mr. Frank Dudek ,
Bohemian , as county comruis-
) ner , with a view of drawing on
e Bohemian vote.
General Vifquain , who was a
ember of tbe late Democratic State
invention , turned up as chairman
the Saline County People's Inde-
ndent Convention , three days
The Otoe county Independents
.venomited the following legis-
ive ticket :
Senator J. H. Masters.
Float Senator R. Brownlee.
Representatives T. Hurst , -R
sdges , W. E. Kennicut , D. M.
uElheny , ' '
EZRA MILLAKD , ] J. H. MILIiARD ,
President | Cashier
Cor. Douglu and Thirteenth Street ) .
OMAHA , - s NEBRASKA ,
Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ . . . . . . _ . . $2CO 000 0 <
Surplus aud Profits . _ 3u,090 OX
FINANCIAL AGENT SFOR THEUNITEI
ANf DESIGNATED DEPOSITOKT FOI
THIS BANK DEALS
In Exchange , Government Bonds , Vouchers
Gold Coin ,
| jB ULLIONand G OLD D UST\ \
And uells drafta and makes collections on al
parts of Europe.
WS"Draftsdrawn payable In gold or curren
cy on the Bunk olCiil.foruia , San Francisco.
TICKETS FOR SALE TO ALL PARTS
of Europe via the Cunard and National
Steamship Lines , and the Uamburg-Ainsr'cai
CVP.t. . 27
The First Rational Bank
Comer of Farluim anil I3ti Strceti.
THE OLDEST BAHKINQ ESTABLISHflENT
( Successors to Kounlzg Brothers. )
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organized as a Rational Bank , Angtst 23 , 1883
Capital anil Prodis over - $250.000
OFFICERS AMU DIRECTORS :
E. CREIGIITON , A. KOUNTZE ,
President. Cashier ,
II. COUNTZE , n. w. YATES ,
Vice Pres't. As't Cashier.
A. J. POPPLETON. Attorney.
The Oldest Established
Caldweli , Hamilton & Co. ,
Business transacted same as that
of an Incorporated Iank.
Accounts kept in Currency or Gold
subject to sight check without no
Certificates of Deposit issued paj-
nble on demand , or at fixed date
bearing interest at six percent , per
annum , and available in in all parts
of the country.
Advances made to customers on
approved securities at market rates
Bny and sell Gold , Bills of Exchange -
change , Government , State , County ,
and Oitjr Bonds.
"We give special attention to nego
tiating Railroad and oilier Corpo
rate Loans issued within the tato.
Draw Sight Drafts on England ,
Ireland , Scotland , and al ) parts of
Sell European Passojrp Tickets.
CdLl-LECTIONS PROirPTLY MADE.
N SAUNDERS , ENDS LOWE
President. Vice Presdent.
BEN WOOD , Cashier.
SAVI1TCS BAXTK ,
N. W. Cor. Farnham aud 13th Sit. ,
Capital . 3 100,00
Authorized Capltll 1,000.00
| T\EPOSITS AS SMALL AS ONE DOL-
\J lar seceivcil and compound interest alI -
I lowed on the same.
Certificates of Deposit :
rpHE WHOLE OB ANY PART OF A DE-
X posit after remaining in this Bcnk three
months , will draw interest from d.te of depos
it to payment. The whole or any part o' a de
posit can ' drawn atjany fine. aug2 tl
P , FALLON ,
DEALER IX *
Dress Goods , Silks and TrinunJuga
No. 253 Dodae * * eet , between 14th anVllsth ,
Dress makine done with neat-
aese and dispatch. Orders
J. ROBINS ,
137 nhani St. . bet. 9th and lOlli
( Opposite Bee Office. )
If ONEY LOANED ON WATCHES , JEW-
Lt 1 tlry , < lc. Cluthing bought and uld.
XXaxnlet Orum ,
OENERAI. DEALER IX
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
9th t , between Jones and icavenworth sis.
-vFFnnS TO THE PUBLIC A MOST COM-
J plete Una of'Drr Goods. Fancr Goods ,
voolenand Cotton Flannels , Wrapper" DeLains
Woolen Shawls and all kinds of fall and winter
laterial for ladits' and chlldrens' dresses , Al-
> Calicoes of all srades and descriptions a pe-
lalty. Boots and felloes for ladies * gents' and
liildrens' wear. Hept4d3mo *
DP. . Soap Factory !
Situated on the line of the Union Pacific
ailroi'l ' , npar the powder house. Manufac-
ircs ti'st-tlass soap for home consumption
1u n r2-l-l r
ENOCH HENNEY ,
fustice of the Peace
Office OTer tno State Bank , cornerof Farn.
im and 13th streets.
DAY. Agents waut-
ej. All classes of work-
ig people of either sex , young or old , make
ore money at work for us in their spare nio-
ents or all tbn ttuip than at anything else ,
ddieaa ST1NSOH & Co. . Portland , ili-lne"
E. F. COOK ,
17 14th St. , between Doaglui Dcds-s
anu.'acturer of Tin Copper and Sheet Iron
Wi.re , and dealer in
ooking and Heating stove B
stamped. Japanned and French \Var on
d. Tin Hoofing , Gutters nd Spouting and
orkJone and warranted.
'ract.ical ' : Watchmaker ,
171 Fararvn , 8. E.Cir. llth St.
WAHA - NEB
TEEITSCHKE & CO. ,
'r R O C E R S
And Gcncial ProTlsIoa Dealers ,
B. WCor. . Jackson tad 13th Ets. ,
ep a luperior stock of Gio ; ries , Provisions ,
nes , Liquors and Cigar ? , aud cell cheaper
in any other house in Omaha. jy3 3m
IGISTEfi OE THE J > E1'AUTED.
. 49810th St , letireea Faisiam & Hauiey.
nil hj- the aid of guardian spirit ? , oLtaln
any one a new ol tne past , present and fu-
e. No fees chirked In case * c f lickneu ,
Nos. 187 , 189 and 191 Fainliam Street ,
MILTON HOGEBS ,
and TUT 2TEHS' STOCS.
SOLE WESTERN" AGENCY FOR
STEWART'S COOIONa anil IIEATISG STOYES3
THE "FBABim" COOKING STOVES ,
CHARTER OAK COOKING- STOVES ,
Allof Which Will bo Sold at Manufacturers' Prices , W.th Freight added.
, IB'IEIEID &
Hanufac'urcd wills G'raat Cure from tli9 Best Grain.
Depot , Cor. 14th , ofe Dodge Sts ,
ny 9-ly. KLAJI C1.ARK.
W. B. S.2OSAS.DSO2T.
PITCH , FELT fM gRAVEUOOFEU ,
Anil Dlojiufacturer of Dry an ! Saturattil llooflnfr and Sheathing Felt.
ALSO DEALERS IS
Roofing , Pitch , Coal , Tar , Etc. , Etc.
ROOFING Imonrpait of Nebraska or adjoining States. OEc opposite 'the Gas Works , on
IZthitreet. Addrejs P O. Box 4J2.
O. F. GOODMAN ,
WHOLESALUcnlor 6IST ,
PAINTS , OILS AND WINDOW GLASS ,
Omalia. Nebraska. j- tf.
IlIPOETKn AND JOBBEH OT FOBEIOX ASD DOJIKtTIO
WINES and LIQUORS ,
Tobaccos and Cigars ,
No. 142 FAKNHAM STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
Old Kentucky Whiskies a Specialty.
JKTAOENT FOR THE ELDORADO WINE COMPACT. CALIFORNIA.- * * !
I or-tor' Llo , edT iToliot. 111.
Omaha Shirt ;
CHARLES H. PLATZ
Ladies' ' and Gents' ' XEPTUXE , cr
Kic Oraaicents for Lcdi .
FnrnisIilDE GooJs. OP.DKPJ PP.OMPTLT FILLED
516 Douglas St. , Yisclior's Block , Omaha , Nefo.
1YKOX BE ED. LKWI3 I. XX SO
BYRON REED & GO.
The Oldott EiUbllshed
Real Estate Agency
weep a eamplete Abstract if Title to all Rea
: Ute In Omna and Donzlts coantr.
Kn > t ctly'enhaid
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
3 ZS U B" , J * O 2S. 33 :
33 Gr 33 T-A-IQ X 33 fi *
YICTOR COFFMAN ,
'HYS1CIAN ' and SURGEON ,
( OVEE ISH'S DRUG.STOEE , )
XAX 3Lla.n.xx3. filtx-eot ,
, P , R , R , MEAT MARKET ,
ICth street bet California and Wsbster.
EATS. Also a lars utock. of Fin * Sugar
red Ilami and Breakfast Bacon , at th low-
rtteJf WM. ACST 4 KNUTH ,
Proprietor ! .
OV&COB GISS ,
Furnhn : St. , net. I4tb fc I5U
Schneider & Burmester
TIN , COPPER AND SHEET IROX
WAEE. DEALEE3 IN
Cooking and Hcatic ? Stores.
Tin Roofing , Spouting and Gutter'njdon
hort notice and Ic the Lest manner.
Uuaa troet teotZJ d ]
EEDMAN & LEWIS ,
Cor. 16th and Izard Streets.
TJ IMI IB IE IR ,
On hand d SAWED TO OUDEK.
je2 < lm
E. A. PETJBttS.
Saddle and Harness Maker ,
ANll CABRIAGE TRIMMER ,
Vo. 274 Fanibam ' . bet. 13th & lath
A LLordors ani repairing prcmptlyatUnJ d
Cto ird satisfaction guarraateed. III
raid for UideT. ap391r
MAX MEYER & BROTHER , OMAHA , NEBRASKAvi
CHEAP FAK.MSI FEJBE HOMES
On toe Line ol tht
Union Pacific Railroad
A L Oraat of 12,000,000 , Acres of tie host FABMIS& aid MIHESAL Lands of
1,000,000 ACKFS ! > NEBRASKA IX THE GREAT PLATTE TALLB
THE QABDEH OF THE WEST NOW FOB BALE
Thcee lands are In the control portion of tha UnlteJ State * , on the 41st degre * of Noith L t
Itude. tha central line ol the great Temperate Zoneo ! the American Ccntiuent , and for grain '
growing anil itock raising unsurpassed by any in the United Slates.
OHEAPEB IH PBIOE.nore faroraHe terms siT - nd mar * ooaTaaleat to auk t tl a ca
FIVE and TEN YEARS' credit glr < > n with later st at SIX PER CENT
OOLOH1ST3 aad OTUALSETULEBScaahay oaTea Yean * Ortdit. Laadi at tn taa
nice to all OBSDIT PUBOHASE28.
A. Deduction TEN PEK CENT. FOB CASH.
FP.EE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
tlio Best Locations for Colonies !
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
JPiroo to ox
Send for new DescriptiTe Pamphlet , with new maps , published In Enzllsb , German , Sweed
B" " J tre
, . B. HUBEKHANN < fc CO. ,
O 1 ? ZC.O j& X * 3MC . 23. ta. * . o t ta.'ar o 3
WATCHMAKERS , OF JEWSLRY
S. E. Cor. IStli & Douglas Sts.
JEWELPaY PLATED-WARE ,
AT WHOLESALE Oil BET\K
Dealers Can Save TIME and FREIGHT by
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
UOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED.-
S C. ABBOTT
S , DSCOS.ATIO1TS ,
No. 188 Farnliain Siroat. Omaiia ,
Pnhlishers' Aypnta for SrhooJ ookg m"p l In yphranfcn.
GEO. A. HOAGI.ANI > ,
AND YARD -
COR , OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS , , U , P , R , R , TBACK ,
- - - USTIEIB ,
WM. M. FOSTER ,
WINDOWS , DOORS , BLINDS , MOULDINGS , &C ,
Plaster Paris , Hair , Dry and Tarred Felt.
Solo Agents for Bear Croak Lime and Louisville Cemoat
OFFICE ASDYABl.AlfATTA . "NT17TI
3nU. P.Trmk , let Farnham and Doujla * SU.UlVJL i.IILjCi. , JJiJjU
. I. D , SOLOMON ,
S A.1TD WZ2TDOW
3OAL OIL AND -
WAHA - NEBRASKA
FAIBLIE & MONELL ,
HANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS ,
Stationers , Engravers and Printers ,
STQTARZAiL .AJTZ ) liOSCS SEALS.
[ asciiie , Odd Fellows aud Knights of Pytliias
DDGE PEOPERTIE3 , JEWELS , BOOKS , BVYXKS , ETC. , AT
JJE ASTERN PEICES AND EXLBE33.-H
82 X3oxi.el.A0 JStx-oot ; . 2VE.au : miyltf .
AND DEALEtt INFer
For Yardg , Lawns , fcffeteriei .ChnrchJtJrouds
Offl ( ndSiop
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