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< ) FFI AL PAPER OF TIIE CITY.
ROSEWATER , - Editor end Publisher.
"OOB ConsiET FBIKMDS we will always be
" " plei eJ to hear from , on all matters connected
with crops , country politics , and on any sub
ject whatever of general Interest to the people
ple of our State. Any information connect
ed with the election , and relating to floods ,
accidents , c . will bo gUdly received. All
sach communications , however , must be
brletas osslble ; and they must In all caaes
he written upon one side of the sheet only.
YB DO HOT desire any contrlbutfons whatever
poetical character ; and we
of a literary or
will not undertake to preserve , or to return
* . Our Staff
li sufficiently large to more than supply our
limited span-In that
All communications should be addressed xo
E. ROSEWATHR , Editor and Publisher , Draw
THE XA.TIOXAI. REPCBUCAX
, COXVESTIOJi .
The next Union Republican National Con-
ntion for the nomination of candidates
T president and rice pr sident of the Uni-
ed States , will bo held in the city of Cincin
nati. Wednesday , the 14th of.June. . . 1ST6. at
2 o'clock noon , and will consist of delegates
mm each State equal to twice the number of
ts senators and representatives in congress ,
and of two delegates from each organized
rritory and the District of Columbia.
In the culling of conventions for the elee-
on of delegates , committees of the several
tales are recommended to invite all repub-
can electors and all other voters , without
: : s. eeard to part political differences or pre
vious party affiliations ; who are .opposed to
reviving sectional issues and desire to pro
mote friendly feelings and permanent bar-
.mony throughout the country t by enforcing
and maintaining all constitutional rights of
erery citiien. including full and free exer-
be of the right of suffrage , without intimi
dation and fraud : who are in favor of con-
nued prosecution and punishment or all
fficial dishonesty and of an economical
administration of the government by hon
est , faithful and capable officers ; who are in
aver of makingsucb reforms in the govern
ment as experience may from .time to time
ugest ; who are opposed to impairing the
credit of the nation by depreciating any or
ts obligations , and in favor of sustaining. ! ! !
every way the national faith and financial
honor ; who hold that the common school
cyttem is the nursery of American liberty ,
and should be maintained absolutely free
rom sectarian control ; who believe that , to
be promotion of these ends the direction
of the government should continue to be
confided : to those who adhere to the princi
ples of 1776 and support them as incorpora
ted in the constitution and laws , and who
are in favor of recognizing and strengthen-
ne the fundamental principle of national
unity in this centennial unnirarsary of the
birth of the republic. E. D. MOROAX ,
Ch'n Republican National Com.
E. CHASDLEB. Secretary.
PlNCHBACK Still bangs on the
NEBRASKA has a Presidential
candidate. The Kearney Press baa
nominated Senator Paddock.
REPRESENTATIVE CROUNSE has
introduced a bill for the sale of the
reservation of the Sac and Fox In
dians , similar In general features to
the , blll introduced in the .Senate
by Senator Paddock.
ACCORDING to the St. Louis Globe-
Democrat , " the Missouri Pacific
people think they have struck a
lead' in their new line , Ihe Omaha
Cut-oil , via Kansas City , Atchison
and Lincoln. "
HITCHCOCK is evidently alarme
about the disastrous ollect of his
combination with Dr. Miller ,
the Herald has been instructed
strike a few harmless blows
Hitchcock to counteract the effect o
its damaging puffery.
SINCE Jeff. Davis has gone ml
the life insurance business , he ha
developed a wonderful amount o
cheek. His recent letter In reply t
Blaine , is the cheekiest documen
that , has ever emanated from th
pen of the rebel chief.
JUST as we predicted two days
ago. Here is the champion aero
bat's apology :
"It is , of course , understood , as
was fairly stated in our first article
on the incorporated commercial cut
throats of the Iowa "pool" rail
ways , that our designation of them
la in no sense personal. The man
agers , general and local , of thesi
lines , are all gentlemen , and are al
together too popular personally for
the good of tuo people of Omaha ,
or , for that matter , for the good of
the each other. "We speak of them
as Impersonal cut-throats , and only
in a business sense. " Herald.
It ia of course understood -by
everybody in these parts that the
Herald never means what it says
excepting when it toadies to men of
wealth and men of influence. Of
course these gentlemen cut-throats
will understand that they are la
beled as cut-throats in a strictly
Pickwickian , sense , just "as Dick
Turpln , Jacsr Sheppard and other
gentlemanly road agents were fre
quently nick-named in their day
by men who admired their polished
manners. It now only remains for
the champion acrobat to explain
that in calling them "commercial
cut-throats" no insinuation was In
tended reflecting upon their strictly
A BILL of considerable interest to
army officers has been introduced
in Congress by. Delegate Sleele , of
Wyoming. The bill provides that
the promotion Df commissioned offi
cers shall be lineal , through all
grades up to and Including the grade
of colonel in cavalry , artillery , and
infantry in the army ; provided ,
that in case of a voluntary transfer
of an officer from one arm of the
bervlce to another to a position be
low his lineal rank he shall thereaf
ter be entitled to such promotion ,
and such only , as pertains to the po
sition thus accepted by him.
Subaltern officers pf cavalry , ar
tillery , and infantry promoted from
cecond lieutenancies to first lieuten
ancies , and from first lieutenancies
to captaincies , during each half
year , shall be assigned by the Sec
retary of War on or before the next
succeeding first days of January
and July of each year to sucli va
cancies as may have occurred in the
grades to which they shall have
been promoted in their arms of
the .service during that period , and in
such manner as shall Incur least ex
pense for transportation : Provided ,
That each and every officer -so as
signed shall retain the rank to
which lie is entitled under the pro
visions bfthls act.
In every official-army register
hereafte'rlissued the .lineal ra.nk.of
subalterns of the line of the > &rmy
shall he , given separately for the
diillereut arms of the service.
FACTS AXD riCTIOX.
The overwhelming array of facts
and figures produced by the BER to
disprove the charge that the B. &
M. in .Nebraska la waging a war of
discrimination against Omaha , and
in favor of Lincoln , is met by our
acrobatic contemporary with a col
umn of personal abuse directed at
Mr. fc > . S. Caldwell , whom -the Her-
old assumes to be the author of our
.Now , in the first place , we desire
it understood that no article written
by outsiders ever appears in the ed
itorial columns of the BEE. In the
next place , we will disabuse the
mind of our contempory by stat
ing that Mr. S. S. Caldwell did not
dictate or Inspire the article , nor did
he have the remotest agency in its
production. He did not know that
such an article was written until he
saw it in print. The facts and fig
ures produced were procured at
our own instance and without sug
gestion or solicitation from any
body. The Herald does > ot attempt
to gainsay or discredit any of the
facts produced.but it insinuates that
discrimination is being made under
handed by a rebate of freight tolls.
This , we are assured by the officers
of the B. &M. Is untiue , and we
challenge the.HraW to cite any in
stance where freight charges to or
from Lincoln have been made the
same or lower than those charged at
Omaha , excepting alone the article
of corn from Lincoln to Chicago.
The charge that Lincoln lumber
dealers are favored by cut-throat
rates in order to undersell Omaha
dealers , Is absurd. An examination
of the books of the B. & Al. com
pany shows that Lincoln only
shipped one car-load of lumber to
stations west of Lincoln oyer that
road during the year 1875.
The charge that Caldwell has
shipped corn from Lincoln to Bos
ton for 60 cents , is about as veracious
as the other charges. Mr. Caldwell
nas not secured these cut-throat
rates , for the reason that he never
shipped any corn to Boston.
In this connection we may
as well state that the Her
ald is doing Omaha incalcula
ble damage by an agitation which
even if founded on fact , must inev
itably widen the breach between
Omaha and the rest of the state.
Our merchants are doing a heavy
business south of the Platte , and
the attempt to array Omaha against
any locality in that region must
alienate the patrons of our mer
There is , however , one consola
tion for Omaha , and that is that the
Herald circulates less than two hun
dred copies of its daily south of the
Platte. If the Herald is really in
earnest in its denunciation of the
cut-throat business , would it not be
well to give Omaha a chapter on
railroad rebates , granted to the
grain ring , of which Mr. Hitch
cock's government director is the
head ? That is an unexplored
bonanza tlmt mtuht be worked with
A MOST remarkable policy has
Just been Inaugurated by the Michi
gan Central Railroad Company. A
general order has been issued by the
Superintendent , Wm. B. Strong ,
which closes as follows : "From
this date no person will be admitted
to the service of this company until
he shall have secured a policy of in
surance against accident and death
in some responsible company. "
went out of office with a
grand flourish of trumpets about
the fast mail business , but had not a
word in explanation of those mail
WHAT 1 > I1 > TOP MEAN ?
OMAHA , Feb. 8,1876.
lo Edward JJosewater , Publisher of
the c/mct&a Be.e :
In your paper of Monday evening
Feb. 7th , appears an article , in
which my place of business is spoken
af as a "colored den. "
You M-ill please explain what Im
pression you intended to leave upon
.he public mind by theuse , of those
ivords , which , as generally inter
preted , would place mo before this
jommunity in a most unenviable
ight. E. D. CURRY.
You evidently take exception to
ho following paragraph :
' Sparks and another colored man
lamed Newton , were known to
lave been out on a free during all
if Saturday night , spending money
reely , and bucking the tiger at a
lolored den on Douglas street. "
This paragraph occurs in the
SEfc's report of the jBoyd safe bur-
; lary Jwith which Sparks has been
barged. Although no reference Is
aado to your place of business ( ? )
ou acknowledge that the coat fits
ou by making this inquiry. The
JEE is always courteous , and your
uestions shall be answered without
According to Webster , a den is
a customary place of resort ; a
aunt ; a retreat ; as , for example , a
en of robbers ; a den of misery
nd vice. " A colored den may
ither be a customary place of re-
jrt ; a disreputable haunt of vice
nd misery painted in colors , or it
jay be a disreputable haunt tre-
uonted by persons of color. It
lay be both. If your place of
usinessissuch a den , the sooner you
et more respectable employment
ie less danger there will be of your
eing insulted by paragraphs like
lie above. Since you have seen fit
j propound this conundrum , we
my as well state that while the
lEEis ever ready ] to demand for
nd accord equal rights to the co
wed man with those enjoyed by
ie white man , it also belleyes that
slored men shall be made amena-
Se to the laws that punish vice and
rime hi white men.
If , as you Intimate , your place of
uslness is a den where colored men
uck the tiger and spend their hard
irned money .in gambling and
indred crimes ; the less you say
Iwut it the better for the reputation
f the colored race.
Ask us nome moro conundrum * ;
Omaha Should Bridge the Flatte.
A Bloody Fray.
( Correspondence of the BBK. )
XENIA , SARPY COUNTY , )
Neb. , Feb. 7 , ' 76. J
This bustling little village , as
many of your readers are aware , is
situated down In the southwestern
corner of Sarpy county. The sur
rounding lands are very fertlleand ,
as high as one hundred bushels per
acre of corn has been harvested this
Just at present a bridge over the
Platte seems to be the greatest want
to the farmers. It would enable
them to pass to and from Saunders
county , and especially would it ben
efit tlie Saunders county farmers , as
then they could at all seasons of the
year move their products to the
LIVELY RACKET ! .
A few evenings since at the Xenia
school house there occurred one of
the most lively and highly interest
ing fiascos that we have witnessed
in many a day. The singing school
was enjoying oue of their usual
good times , when a slight misunder
standing arose betwenn the Davis
brothers and William Armstrong
They immediately set on to each
other like old time knocxers. One
of the Davis boys hurled Armstrong
to the floor , crushing the seats in
his fall. He sustained serious inter
nal injuries , it is feared , besides
having his left shoulder dis
located. Mr. F. T. Leffler ,
from Forrest City had a fearful embargo
barge placed on the side of his head ,
direct from the shoulder of an indi
vidual who is very appropriately
did not resent the blow.
The spring of ' 76 promises to be
an early one. Maiiy of the farmers
are preparing to sow wheat. Geese
and ducks are quite plenty on the
Flatte river bottoms. The genial
rays of the February sun has al
ready warmed the hearts of the
farmers in this section , and the ex
pectation for the coming season's
crops count up high. May they not
DO disappointed. TEN DOY.
I Communicated. |
A Peruvian Patriot.
PERU , -NEMAHACO.,1
Neb. , Feb. 7 , ' 76. J
I take this opportunity of express-
lug my gratitude for the continu
ance of your paper. You will find
enclosed one dollar , and as soon as
possible I will send more. Your
supplement adorns my ball , and
your paper is a welcome visitor. I
like the noble and bold front it takes
on the principles of the Republican
party ; had every Republican Jour
nal done as much , there would not
have been that falling oil and run
ning after strange god * Tae locord
of the Republican partj .stands to
day unrivalled on the pages of
American histo y ; its advent was in
a perilous time , when our treasury
was almost empty , and a
civil war hanging over
our heads. . . She took the helm of
the old ship Constitution and guid
ed her safely through the impend
ing storms , bursting asunder the
bonds of slavery and subduing the
enemy , both north and south. Now
I don't want to fight that ground
over again. I furnished five sons
to help carry on the war ; all un
scathed , to be sure , but one who
died of disease in New Orleans
but I fear the consequences if the
party gets into power that is trying
every scheme to accomplish it. I
is the old animosity of the demo
cratic party warmed over. The
party since it first broke ranks has
assumed almost every name that
could bo thoughtofunderhigh heav
en , from Free Hollers down to Barn
Burners , Honkers , Locofocos , anc
finally down to the low , degradec
name of Copperhead ; and there she
stopped fora whileall dead but the
poor little tail , and that has kept
wiggling ever since , and now
comes up with a .Liberal head on.
Republican friends , beware of it ! il
is Copperhead still.
rxow , Republicans , fall into line
boldly to the front with your armor
bright as the noonday sun , and fight
it out , "If its takes all summer ; "
and we will kill that Liberal head ,
and leave the little Copperhead tail
wiggling for another name. Fight
manfully the battle , if victory we
don't gain , we will have a record
filed on book that we surely have
died game. J. B. MORTON.
[ Communicated , ]
Railroad. Bonds Defeated in Cedar
ST. HELENA , Feb. 7
The railroad bonds were defeated
by Yankton and the Dakota South
ern Railroad Company , as they were
over hi force with money and men
to defeat them. However , the bonds
lota majority , but this was not suf
ficient to carry them. There was a
very lively time at the polls ; a good
leal of bad whisky was drank , and
several fights occurred. The bonds
carried by 28 majority. All the
most wealthy men from Dakota
tvere here bore to defeat them , in
Behalf of the Dakota Southern rail-
oad. F. F. S ,
( Chicago Times. )
The beat known and the least
mown American of to-day is a pos
sible nominee of the Cincinnati
convention. The vigor which has
jharacterized his administration of
; he intricate and important affairs
) f the treasury department , espec-
ally his persistent , relentless prose-
sution of die whisky rings of In-
Hanapolis , St. .Louis , Milwaukee ,
ind Chicago , has made Mr. Bristow
he foremost figure In the adminis-
: ration. When he was unexpected ,
y called to the cabinet , he had no
lational reputation. His fame as
i soldier during the war , and as
i lawyer before and after , was con-
Ined to his own state. He had
> een ha Washington , but in a posi-
lon no more conspicuous than that
> f solicitor to the department of
vhich he Is now the chief. His flt-
less for the important post to which
IB was assigned had never been
lisplayed , so far as the general pub
ic knew , but he quickly demon-
itrated his capacity. As soon as he
iad mastered the details of his de
partment , he set himself the ardu-
lus task , never before honestly un-
lertaken , of not only breaking up
he rings which were flooding the
iountry with crooked -whlaky ,
and thereby defrauding the gov
ernment of millions of revenue ,
but also of bringing the offenders
to the punishment tLoy have mer
ited. Every newspaper ot the day
consciously or unconsciously , gladly
or reluctantly , bears evidence of his
complete and startling success
.There has been nothing sensationa
in his work. He has neither sought
men's approval nor deprecated their
wrath. * He found before'him an
obvious if a dangerous duty , and to
the straightforward , conscientious
discharge of it has zealously applied
an energy which has proved tire
less and an intelligence which is
seen to be of no common order
From first to last he has been the
backbone of the whisky prosecu
tion. Grant's precept was but en
echo of Bristow's performance. I
Is an assumption , but one not whol
ly gratuitous , that If Bristow hac
not taken the treasury portfolio ,
McDonald and Joyce would have
been still in government employ a
St. Louis , and the distillers \voulc
now , as of old , "grease the wheels'
of the revenue machinery at Chica
While the life and soul of the cru
sade against the revenue thieves
Mr. Bristow has yet found abun
dance of time to discharge his other
duties as secretary. He is the Intel
ligent champion of specie resump
tion. He has battled against odds
for retrenchment and economy , anc
has stood by his desk while other
employes of the people have been
junketing. In demonstrating hi
ability In the cabinet , Bristow ha
shown his fitness for the presidency
He Is the peer of any and the supe
rior of most of the men named fo
the Cincinnati convention , and it is
among the political possibiiitie
that , without an effort on his oar
other than is made by anv man in
public position who fearlessly per
forms the duties assigned him , the
convention will declare for him.
The window glass company o
Bellaire shipped over 1,000 boxes o
glass last week.
The enamel works at Millington
Kendall county. III. , have com
The woolen mills at Goshen , In
diana , have made 74,000 yards o
woolen goods this season.
The citizens and capitalists of Dubuque -
buque are making an effort to star
a woolen and cotton factory.
The match factory of T. L. Clark
of Oshkosh , Wifccousin , used $200-
000 worth of stamps during the year
bhipments from the Anamosa
( Iowa ) quarries for 1875 were 3,200
carloads , and the amount received ,
The Fall River manufacturers
have recently received orders from
England for 10,000 pieces of print
goods every week.
The Illinois Glass Company , ai
Alton , have been laying out the
ground plans for the erection every
very extenpive class works in that
The Galllpolls Bulletin says the
thirteen furnaces of the Ohio River
Salt Company made 300,000 bush
els of salt during the month of De
John M. Gorham , president of the
Ohio Wooden Ware Company , ol
Cleveland , is making negotiations
at Bay City for the removal of the
entire works to that city
The value of the butter made in
the United States in 1875 amounts
to $420,000,000. This is equal to the
combined yield of gold and silver
and the cotton crop.
Manufacturers of dairy imple
ments in Elgin , Illinois , are build
ing large numbers of vats tor the
spring trade Two establishments
' have twelve each now ready for the
A valuable lead mine has been
discovered near Moo mouth , about
twelve miles from Maquota , Iowa.
At last advices the operators had
penetrated the vein seven feet and
had not touched bottom.
The Ames Company of Chicopee
are at work again on their contract
to make 200,000 bayonet scabbards
for the Turkish government , the
affairs of the Providence Tool Com
pany , who sub-let them the job , be
ing now in such a condition that
they pay promptly each instalment
There are now eight pin'faclories
in the United States , which make
47,000,000 pins daily. In addition
to these the importation of pins
reach .25,000,000. As these are all
easily sold , it is safe to say that 72- ,
000,000 of pins are lost daily , or 50- ,
000 every minute. Where they go
is a wonder
Notwithstanding the cry of hard
times , the rolling mills , machine
shops , foundries , and Woodburu-
Sarven wheel works have employed
their usual complement of hands
and run with a regularity never be
fore exceeded , and present indica
tions are that a majority of them
will continue to do so through the
winter and spring. Indianapolis
The Corning ( Iowa ) Gazette is in
favor of Judge Dillon for president.
National Conventions have al
ready been called as follows :
April 5 Colored men , Nashville ,
May 17 Prohibition , Cleveland ,
May 17 Soft Money , Indianap
June 14 Republicau , Cincinnati.
One of the Senators elected for
life by the French Assembly is a Jew
M. Adolph Cremieux.
John A. Hyman , the only colored
republican elected to congress from
North Carolina , is the only colored
member of the republican congres
It id said that of the republican
members of the Minnesota legisla
ture 48 are for lilaine for president ,
igainst 34 for all other candidates.
0J1 * he state officers , save three , are
The Hon. Potiphar Paegreen , of
the Georgia legislature , rose in his
seat the other day and asked a
member the meaning of the word
geology The member told him it
tvasabpecies of vaccination.
A writer on the St. Louis Jtepub-
tcanlongs for somebody to bit him
filth something. He wrote ,
'Elaine's patriotism is like the
jranite of his native hills , " but has
ilnce learned that the ex-speaker
ras born in western Pennsylvania.
Congressman Tutts , of Iowa , Is
svidently something of a wag. He
yritea to a friend that his seat Is be-
; ween Mr. Blaine and Mr. W. 8.
Sing , and adds that he "hopes to
iborb a little statesmanship from
me , and a little subsidy from tha
) ther. '
The colored legislators of South
Jarollna also know how to hold
their speeches for revision. Thus
Whipper did not say that the sanc
tum of a democratic newspaper
"smelt of hell , " but that "its inner
sanctuary was pervaded by the odor
of Plutonian palaces. "
"Who's your favorite for the pres
idency ? " inquired Spilkins of a
youth who flattered himself he knew
a good deal about American poli
tics. "Oh , well , replied Juventus ,
twirling an incipient moustache ,
"HamiltonConkling orRoscoeFlsh ;
either one of them wouli suit me
very well. "
The St Joseph ( Mo. ) Qatetle says :
The woods of Ozark county are BO
full of candidates for office that the
wood-choppers are atraid to fall
trees in the daytime , for fear ol
killing them. They need not be BO
squeamish ; a few hundred of that
-kind would be Interesting and ben
We are glad to learn that the
lelegraph is for Bristow for presi
dent. That Is how every pensible
and. honest journal ought to feel.
Bristow is the only thoroughly-effi
cient reformer the country has pro
duced for years. He is essentially
the man for the white house ; but
the politicians are not with him ,
and the people will have to bestir
themselves if they want him nominated -
inated at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh
St. A. D. Balcombe.
The following'paragraph referring
to a former well-known citizen ol
Winoiia , we find hi an exchange :
St. A. D. Balcombe , formerly ol
this state , is having a checkered ca
reer. He was president of the re
publican branch of the first Minnesota
seta constitutional convention , anil
was in those days well known to
Minnesota people , subsequently , as
Indian Agent , among the Wiuue-
bagoes , ho made a fortune
in four years at least took to Oma
ha $70,000 in greenbacks. There he
went into the business of running
an "organ" for the republican party ,
lost money , and after many ups
and downs in his journalistic career ,
was forced to drop out last summer.
He lost $16,000 by indorsing for Mr.
Nash , of St. Paul. His Omaha
property became tied up , and his
fortune , that he had added to for
a time in that city , faded away.
His last step was recently , when lie
stepped Into the shoes of the United
States deputy marshal of Wyoming
PHYSICIANS & SUKGEONS :
R. S. Olmstead , M. ! > . ,
Physician & Surgeon
OFFICE-14O DOUGLAS ST.
Devotes special attention to the treatment
of diseases peculiar to women , na also to ve
nereal diseases. Office hours From 8 to 10
a. m. , and.from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m.
I. VAX tJAJJIP , 31. J > .
Dispenses bis own medicines , and besides
regular practice , makes specialities of De
rangements and Diseases peculiar to women ,
Fistula , Piles and other diseases of thelReo-
tum.OFFICECorner of Farnham and 14th
Street , first door to the right , up-atairs. Res
idence , ISth Street , first door south of the
Second Methodist Church. Omaha , Nebras
ka. Address Lock Box 301. jan31d&wtf
O. S. WOOD , M. . ,
Itoom Xo. 1 , Crelghton Hloch , JT. W.
C'or. 15til and Douglas Situ.
Residence 905 Sixteenth Street , Corner of
Grace , Omaha , Nebraska.
Compound Oxygen treatment for Chronic
Office Hours-S to 10 A. M. , 1 to 4 P. M
and 6 to 8 P. M. sep20dtf
Jas. II. Peabody,9I. . ,
Physician & Surgeon
OFFICE Over Snowden's Drug Store , N.
E. Corner of 13th and Farnham Streets.
RESIDENCE West side of 14th Street ,
four blocks south of Grand Central Hotel.
V. II. Coflniaii , M. ! > . ,
Physician & Surgeon
24UFARNHAM STREET ,
For Professional Services Three Dollars a
visit. sep 10-dly
H. A. WOBLEY , M. D.
Makes a specialty of diseases of
EYE AND EAR.
Office over Omaha National Bank , S. W.
: orncr 13th and Douglas Sis. Office hours
> to 11 it. m. 2 to 4. and 7 to 8 p. m. ianStf
JOSEPH NEVILLE M , D.
Physician & Surgeon ,
Office 235 Douglas Street. West Entrance ,
Mdwell Block , Omaha , Neb. jan21-5m
HOTJEI , ,
Omaha , - - Nebraika.
The largest and best hotel between Chicago
tnd San Francisco.
Opened new September 30,1873.
sapSO-tf QUO. THRALL. Prop'r.
Railroad Eating' House.
( In Depot Building. )
A first-class House in every respect. Terms
2.00 per day. Blair. Neb. nov 18-ly
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Hirney St , beiwian 12th and 13th ,
) muha , . - _ Nolranka.
ROSS & REVIS , PROPRIETORS.
IESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THE
A. D. Beemer , Proprietor.
The best and largest hotel in Nebraska *
orth of Omaha. Warm rooms and good.
jring beds always to be found ; also a finU.
lass table. Livery and feed stable in con- '
ection. nov 18-ly
: ARMERS' HOUSE.
R. H. SKETCHLEV , PROPRIETOR.
* roBt Street , - Blair ,
A first-clasa hotel in every rospect. Board
id lodging , per week , $5.09 ; p r day 91.00 ,
teal at all hours. nor 18-ly ,
Next Door Ei of th. "B . " Office.
OHN RICHARD , - PROP'R.
This house furnishes tie bestaccommodi >
DDS , Day Board. p r week , 21.00. Singla
eals , 25 cent * . sep 12-tf
: : is---
FRANK ilURPHY , ENOS LOWE.
President. Vice President.
BEN WOOD. Cashier.
N. W. Cor. of Farnham and 13th Streets.
OMAHA , NEB.
Capital. . . . . . . . . . ; $ 100,000
Authorized Capital . . . . . 1,000,000
Deposits ns small _ as one dollar received
and compound interest allowed on the same.
7 The whole or any part of a deposit after re
maining in this Bank three months , will
draw interest from date of deposit to pay
ment , The whole or any part of a deposit
can be drawn at any time. ang 2-tf
Caldwell , Hamilton. & Co
Business transacted same ai that of an in
Accounts kept in Currency or Gold aubjsct
to tight check without notice.
Certificates of Depoiit Isiued payable on de-
nvanp , or at fixed date bearing interest at six
per cent , per annum , and available in all parts
of the country-
Advances mads to Customers on approved
securities at market ratei or interest.
Guy and sell Gold , Bills of Exchange , Gov
ernment , State , County and City Bonds.
We give special attention to negotiating
Railroad and other Csrporate Loam inu.d
within the State.
Draw Sight Drafts on England , IrelandScot
land , and all parts of Europe.
Sell European Paitage Tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE ,
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Corner of Famliam and 13th Sta.
( SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROS. )
ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
Organized as a National Bank , August 20 , 1863
Capital ai Profits Oyer
H. KonsTiE , President JN-O. U. CBEIOHTON
AUGUSTUS KOUN-TZK , H. W. Y.ITE3 ,
Vice President. Cashier.
A. j. poppiETOX. ATT'T.
This Bank receives deposits without regard
Issues time certificates bearing interest.
Draws Drafts on San Francisco and prin
cipal cities in ) he United States , also Lon
don , Dublin , Edinburgh and the principa *
cities of the continent of Europe.
Sells passage tickets for Emigrants in the
Inman line. oct 19-dtf
JOHN CHgLMAN ,
the proprietor of the 16th Street Tin
IS Shop. Everything in his line done at the
lowest prices in the best possible manner ,
ROOM , on the corner of Ninth
SAMPLE Streets , is where the best
and coolest lager beer is kept. All other
drinkables and smokablcs on hand ,
DR. WM. EDWARDS ,
. R. R. Drug Storo. wholesale and
FP. dealer in Drugs , patent medi
cines , paints , oils , varnishes , notions , etc.
Teas 20 per cent , cheaper than any other
house in town. Office and warehouse , cor
ner of 16th and Webster streets , Omaha. Ne
braska , may 17-ly
JULIUS REINHART ,
/ 1 LAZIER. ISO Douglas street. Picture
VJT Framing done to order in ft neat and
Ine style. Church glazing a specialty. Give
him a trial. nov20-ly
FREDERICK HICKSTEIN ,
of th Germania Meat
PROPRIETOR kinds of fresh , salt and
smoked meats , German and Bologna sau
sages , etc. , wholesale and retail , 9th street ,
between Jacks on and Jones St. my 14-ly
CORSETS. Ladies' and Misses' Skirt
\J Supporters and Shoulder Braces , man
ufactured by Mrs. M. Brown , 290 Davenport
between 14th and 15th streets. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. may 2r-ly
E. KREBS ,
/ 10RN AND FEED MILLS. Jones street.
\J between 9th and 10th. Store 410 Ninth
street. Keeps constantly on hand all kinds
meal and feed. may 14-ly
the U. P. Block , near the corner of Six
teenth and Webster streets , is doing the
boot and shoemaking business. Give him a
trial may 17-lr
BIRCHARD BARNACLE ,
O T f\ CASS STREET , Fancy Steam
t \\J Dye Works. All orders in my line
w'll be promptly and neatly executed at the
Respectfully , RICHARD BARNACLE. ;
nov 9-ly fc
C. C. THRANE ,
9th Street , is the man who does
the very best of custom work on
) oots and shoos. Any style given. Fit guar-
mtccd. Low rates. may 14-ly
J. JOHNSON ,
ESTATE and Insurance Agent.
REAL in real estate ; Sells foreign ex
change , and tickets by the best steamship
ines to and from Europe. Office 50 ! ) 14th
jtreet , between Farnham and Douglas ,
) maha. Neb. may 18-ly
Cast Plow Steel ,
Stock of alllKinds.
.J.BROATCH , ; ;
53414th Str4 t.
CHEAP FArMS ! FREE HOMES !
ON THE LINE OF THE
A LAND fJRANT OF
MORES OF TIIE
Best Fanning k Mineral
LANDS IN AMERICA.
13,000,000 ACRES IN NEBRASKA ,
In the Great Plutte Valley , the Garden ol
FOR SALE AT PRICES
That I > cfy Competition.
Ten Years' Credit , Interest only G percent.
Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers ,
The Best Locations for Colonies.
Soldiers entitled to a homestead of ICO acres.
Free posses from Omaha to purchasers ol
Railroad lands. * Descriptive pamphlets ,
with sectional maps , and tno
A handsome illustrated paper , containing
the Homestead Law , mailed free to all parti
of the world. Addrcs.s , O.F. DAVIS ,
Land Commissioner U. P. Railroad ,
nov 3-tf . Omaha. Nob.
St. Paul and Sioux City
One Hundred miles the ihortcst route to
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Dalatlt or
And the most direct froute to Sioux City
and all points in Northern Iowa , Minnesota
No Change of Cars.
Will run elegant drawing-room and sleep
ing coaches , owned and controlled by the
company , through without chance between
Omaha and St. Fan ! .
Through Express will leavetholl. P. depot
Omaha , daily ( except Sunday ) 4:00 p. m. .
Council Bluffs 5:30 p. m. . reach Sioux City
9 p. m. , St. Panl at II a. m. Time. 18 hours ,
Ten Hours in Advance
Returning Will leave St. Paulat2 30 p.m.
arriving at Sioux City at 5 a. m , , and Omaha
at 10 a. m.
Mail train for Sioux City end Yankton
leaves Omaha dally ( except Sunday ) , at 525 ;
p. m. , Council Blaffa at 6:45 a. m. , reaches
Sioux City 11:30 a. m. Yankton 5:45 p. m.
Tickets for sale in Chicago and Northwest
ern railwar offices. Council Bluffs , Union
Pacific Depot ahd Grand Central Hotel.
Be sure your tickets read via S. C. ic. P.
Railroad. L. BDRNETT.
Superintendent , Missouri Valley.
F. C. HILLS , General Ticket Agent , Sioux
City. J. H. O'BRYAN , Agsnt ,
fan 1-ly Omaha.
159 Farnham St. , Omaha.
M. SCHTTTT , Proprietor.
Rifles , Shot Guns , Revolvers , and FireArms -
Arms of every deseriptson constantly on
hand. Also , a full line of Ammunitionand
a large assortment of fine Pocket Cutlery.
Mr. Schntt is a practical gunsmith , lock
smith and machinist , and will execute al
kinds of work , repairing. Ac. , on reasonable
terms. Goods sent by express , and all order :
for work executed promptly. Shooting gal
leries for saloons for sale , and stencil cutting
done to order. oct 30-ly
Between 13th and 14th Sts. , Omaha.
L. 6. HEYBROCK & CO.
' EANUTACTURER OF
HILL AM 1UNIN& MACHINERY ,
Engines and Boilers ,
Of all descriptions. nov2-
Meadimber& Daily ,
COR. ISTH & CAPITOL AVENUE.
Carriages , XVagons , &c.
Made to order. Particular attention paid
: o repairing. may26-tf
JACOB PFUND & CO. ,
rrT-HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
W ers in Cheese. Limburger , Schweit-
: er , Philadelphia IlandCbeeso and Kraonter
yhceso. Holland Herring and Mustard. No.
32 Douglas Street , between 13th and 14tb ,
) maha , Nebraska. nov24-d6m J
'orner of Dodge and Sixteenth Streets has
opened a first-class meat store , to be
And constantly keeps on hand a largo sup-
ly of fresh and salted meats. Also au
: inds of
The public are respectfully in ri toil.
J. M. YERGA ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fresh and Salt Meats ,
SA.TJSA.G3- : ,
damn , Iard , Poultry , &c.
179 FARNHAM STREET ,
tvtffeen llth and 12th , opposite Pioneer
Block. Omaha. Jieb. oct7-tf
18th Sireer , b California and Webiter.
We keep ion hand the best supply of fresh
nd salted meats. Also a largo stock of fine
Sugar Cured Hams and Breakfait Bacon.
THE JOHNSON ORGAN ,
MANUFACTURED BY THE
Jchnson Organ Company
FLATTSMOTJTH , NEBRASKA.
First premium awarded at the State Fair at Omahn. 1373. over all competitors Firs
ft , ? wh eTer exhibited. Elegant black < walnut cases ; ivory fronts to keys : ebon
snarps ; brass pins ; mortices clothedraction as quick and perfect as the best piano : tuning
. . , Clnr | ? ° IrIf8ct : il * octaves. Price list as low as that of any first-class instrument
Krery . organ fully warranted for the term of five years. Allmusicians pronounce them
ie iiook to your interests and try these organs before purchasing elsewhere.
Address , JOHNSON ORGAN CO. , Plattimoulh , Neh
ROBERT C. STEELL ,
BRUSHES , TATVTP GOODS , &c.
220 DOUGLAS STREET , Caldwell Block , - 03LUIA.
J. J. BEOWJST , & BBO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS ! '
Agents for the Oriental Powder Company.
- - IsTIEIHi
STEELE & JOHKSQjST ,
538 and 540 14th Street , bet. Douglas and Dodge *
mrchlSly OMAHA , NEB.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES and LIQUORS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS ,
Ho. 174 Farnham Street , - Omaha , Nebraska
OLD KENTUCKY WHISKIES A SPECIALTY.
AQBNT FOR THE ELDORADO WINH COMPANY CALIFORNIA.
July 2-ly PORTER'S ALE. OF JOLIET , ILLINOIS.
EBRASKA M. & C. CO.
PROPRIETORS AND MINERS OF
Ft , Scott fcOslatea , & Beate in Antteite , fpiuft ]
Office , 184 Farnham St. , Omaha.'EV
PRATT & TOWLE ,
. AGENTS FOR
Miner's of Anthracite and Bituminous
CO A L !
Office , 518 13th St. , Omaha , Neb.
IOWA COAL CO. ,
Miners and Dealers in all Varieties of
SEND FOB QUOTATIONS.
Office , 515 13th St. , Omaha , Wei ?
OEO. PATTERSON , Agont.
MILTON ROGERS ,
Tinware , and Tinner's Stock.
SOLB WESTERN AGENCY FOR
STEWART'S COOKING & HEATING
The "Fearless1' Cooking Stove.
CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES ,
All of which will Id at Manufacturer's Prices ,
SHND FOR PRICB LIST. apr 23-tf
S. C. ABBOTT. J. CAU
S. C. ABBOTT & CO. ,
AND DEALERS IN
HTall Papers , Decorations and Window Shades.
. 188 FAKffHAM ST. , OMAHA , ] EB.
Publlth.rs' Afl.nis for School Books usad in Nabraiki.
JUIHJS If. THDQLE ,
Fashionable Tailor !
V.V.I Silu Thirteenth Siraet ,
-i TaruVi ri .11.i ! li.traey ,
0 JA5i.\ . . % MtAovl
All orL-r.'Httenii-.i t.i vrmuii'ly and exe-
iil.-1 in the fcint fjshi.in.tjle tle. All
> o'k i > .irnnt l. fiyun ? . repairing and
l.umija . - > i > -ulty. . HjJ .Imij in the best
u nun r an ? 11-tf
MAX MOHVOJSDf , .
Fur Skin Drasser.
Freac-h steam scouring. K I Gli" * and
'urs cleaned. Ill Farnharm itre ; . or-po-
it theBEBofflc. , norlCMni
r. CARX. C. W , WEDELt
PH1CTICJIL TAILORS MD OEJllEHS IK ELOIiISS ;
Genta' Famishing Ooodj. Hat * . Caps. '
Trunks.Valises < tc.
126 Frrnham Streets , Between 10 and lltii.
Ladies1 and Children's
A specialty at MRS. S. LLTOD'S. 235
Douglas Street. An assortment of millinery
plso on hand. All goods sold at Chicago
rices. nov 20-Jm
JOHN * H. GREEN ,
Grain , Flour and Feed ,
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