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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JANUARY22 , 1877-Eight Pages.
HONEY FOR THE LADIES.
A Danbury girl says a frosty mue
tache is just like H p'ate of ice-cream
"What would you do , madam , 1
? ' " "Sir
you were a gentleman
what would vou do if you wen
one ? "
Whenever a lot of men underlain
to crowd women out of a legitimati
calling they make St. Paul respon
sible for it.
fcweet things in compliments
Totty ( archly ) "And ycu'ye nevei
been in love before ? Astonishing ! '
Horace "Oh , no. It would hav <
been astonishing if 1 hd. since ]
hare never seen you before ! "
"P , " asked an up-town boy
"what is meant by Paradise ? '
"Paradise , my eon , " replied the
father , glfiomily. "Paradise is th
latter part of n xt summer , when
your mother goes on a visit to youi
It ia sad to rt llect that the young
woman who vas this Christina *
working a gr e i bull-dog on hej
Charles Henry d , jiuk slippers , maj
be working a t > i e basement to hi *
black pants next Clmstmaa. Sucli
Jilife. - -
Kute Claxton was saved at tht
Brooklyn Theater by having a pet
ticoat with her. Tins confirms oui
opinion that no right-minded young
man should attend n entertain
ment without one.
Those auburn-haired young la
dies with noses buggestive ol a cold
morning , and -fiho missed fl e dur
ing the leap-year just passed , now
sadly sing , "It may b four yean
and it may ba forever. "
"Do you reside in this city ? "
aiked a masked m&n of a masked
lady at a masquerade party the
other evening. He felt sicr when
Bhe said to him in a low Toice ,
"Don't be a fool , john ; 1 know you
by that wart on your thumb. " II
wu hi wife.
He purchased his sweetheart a
pair of ten button glores , and
handed them in at the door him-
elf The eervant-girl took them ,
and , going to the foot of the stairs ,
bawled up : "Please , miss , 'eres a
young man ei has brought a pair ol
The young man with an umorella
and eye-glass who takes up his posi
tion in full vi&w of the street cross
ings on a sloppy day has become an
object of considerable nympathy
eince the introduction of India rubber -
ber " Wellii ctons" for women.
"I wish 1 wore you about two
hours , " she said with great tender-
neps. "And why. my dear ? " he
asked with considerable interest.
"Because , * ' she said , toying affec
tionately with his watch chain , "be
cause then I would buy my wi'e a
new e t of furs.1'
"What men need wives for" is
discussed in the recent issue of an
agricultural exchange. Any man
who has gone around the house at 2
A. Al. , pistol in band , looking for a
burglar , with b& wife ahead carry
ing the lamp , ought to bo able to
antwer that question.
A fashionable young man lately
presented bis sweetheart with a
tring of pearls As she hung them
joyou&ly around her neck a cloud
ame over her brow , and uhe crUd ,
"Beloved , do not pearls betoken
t &n ? " "Nary tear , " was the
response ; "them's imitation "
So many unsettled questions re
main to vex American society that
the Rr at Parisian problem , How to
make a lady's 17-uutton glore that
hall combine the advantages of &
goatskin undershirt at.d a pa cni
duplex shoulder-brace , has not re
faired the attention it deserves.
Anna Dickinson l 'nt very happy
in love fcceneo , but when it cornea
to moping around under the bed in
the next act for the tyrant whom
he married Just before the curtain
fell1 , the critics bur t into tears and
the'galleries focus their sympathy on
the plate where the dust Is stirred
Mistress "You're going to your
brother's weeding to day , aren't
you , Martha ? " Martha "Yes ,
'etn , and I was agoin' to ast you ,
' much o' the
> ro | jf Yer see we're
an' aud com-
same Mghtu , figcer ,
pletchon , and style , as they say
If yer could lend me a gown 'ter
in ! "
We are glud to see thai the ladies
are again forming reading clubs for
the winttr. The reading club is an
organisation that discusses the char
acter of bhakespeare'b Portia for fif
teen minutes and the best manner
of cutting a basque on the bus for
an hour and a-h lf , and rarely fails
to b of great prcflt.
Mr . Spilkins biui seventeen calls
New 1 ear's. The milkman called
first at 6 a. m , then came fourteen
men In succession with snow BUOV-
1s to ask her if she didn't want the
sidewalk cleared , and the buUher
called with his bill ab-mt 3 In the
afternoon , and finally Spilkins him-
elf called at 11:55 p. m.
AdonlB "Miss Jor.rdo you con
sider Brown o sv fully ugly ? "
MiisJ "Dgly ! No , indeed I Why
we all think him oxuamely nice-
looking ! " Adoi'Ia-"Well , 1 waa
talking to him on tue stair ju"t now ,
and a lady passed , and I heard her
say , 'That's the ujliest man I erer
saw I1 And there was nobody there
but him and m / "
The following conversation illus
trative of Pjris life , was overheard
m tbeCafe Anglau : "What a pretty
woman ! " "Tea , she is a chanrer. "
"And that monsieur , is it her hue-
band ? " "O' . , no. " replied the other ,
ippiJ g his a' uthe ; "I should say
certainly Lot , for I have eoen them
driving ver/often , and , indeed , tbe ;
were at Baden Ucether. "
A young rn n who was courtier11
a Boston girl upset n can ot Kero
ene upon her pet dog. In theflur
ry of hie anxisty to repair the mis
fortune be picked -he animal upan.i
set it before the stove to dry. Th ?
experiment could not have been en
tirely successful , as she wrote him
that night : "We have met for the
last time. You can't extrwt any
mere of the equare root of my fcflec
HLAP AND VALUABLE BOOKS
For Farmers ana Stock-Kaisers.
As an inducement for farmer
and stock raisers to subscribe for th (
BEE , the publisher has completec
arrangements for receiving all tb (
leading works on agriculture , stock
raising , ad ail other works pertain
ing to the specialties of farming , 01
cattle , sheep , horse , or other stock
raising ; also , treaties on trains
vegetables , aud oth r produce , &c ,
atraes _ ( from 15 to 30 per centt belo -
lo v the letail priced. The benefit
of this reduction will be extended
exclusively to our patrons. As ar
illustration we herewith append s
few of the leading valuable works ,
which really should be in the hands
of every farmer who wishes to ex
cel , at the terms specified. We will
furuibh the WEEKLY BEE one yeai
in addition to the books named , foi
the prices referred to.
ELEMENTS OF AGrtlCULTURE ,
< V Book for Young Farmers By
Qeo. Waring , Jr. ; 254 pages ; cost ]
fl.OOwith the Weekly BEE one
year for $2 50.
NEW AMERICAN FABM BOOK.
Originally by B. 1 . Allen , re
vised "and enlarged by Lewis F.
Allen , 526 pages , embracing a com
prehensive and thorough treatise ol
every branch agriculture , cultiva
tion of the land , changing of crops ,
raising cereals , vegetables , &c. ,
management of cattle , horses , sheep ,
hogs , fowl , building houses , cisterns ,
fences , making all necessary useful
calculation , and in fact embracing
everything of value to the farmer.
Cost , neatly bound , $2.50 ; with the
Weekly BEE one year , for $3.75.
Apples The most complete trea
tise on apple culture published ; 293
illustrations , 750 pages ; cost $3.00 ;
with Weekly BEE one year , for
HARRIS ON THE PIG.
Breeding , bshaving , manage
ment and improvement , with nu
merous illustrations ; cost $1.50 ;
with the weekly BEE one year , for
TUB SHEPHERD'S MANUAL.
A practical treaties on the sheep ;
illustrated ; by Henry Stewart ; cost
fl.50 ; with Weekly BEE one year ,
for $3 00.
MODERN HORSE DOCTOR.
Causes , nature and treatment of
diseases and lameness in horsea ;
cost $1.50 ; with Weekly BEE one
year for $3.00.
BROOM CORN AND BROOMS ,
a treatise on raising broom corn and
making brooms , on a smail or h rge
scale. Cost 75c ; with Weekly BEE
one year , $2.50 ,
THE AMERICAN CATTJ E DOCTOR ,
EI complete treatise on the diseases of
CATTLE , SHEEP AND SWIMJ.
J76 pages , illustrated , cloth gilt.
Dost $2 50 ; with BEE one year for
GARDENING FOR PROFIT
En the Market and Family Garuen ;
by Peter Henderson ; finely illus
trated. Cost $1.50 ; with the Week
ly BEE one year for $3 00. ,
THE WHEAT PLANT ,
Its origin , culture , growth , develop
ment , composition , varieties , dis
eases , etc. , together with remarks
i corn , its culture , etc. ;
profusely illustrated ; 706 pages.
L'ost $1.75 ; with Weekly HER for
FARM GARDENING AND SEED
By Francis Brill a book useful for
every farmer , gardener and tiller of
the soil. Cost $1.00 ; with WEEKLY
BEE oae year $2.60.
BABRY'S FRUIT GARDEN ,
160 pages , well illustrated and com
plete. Cost $2.50 ; with WEEKLY
BEB one year for $3.60
ouqaaiia > u ; qaina oaojoq rcoud pas
joojt luo otnmvTO o ? potranbai en uciqqof
si raciraa tiTsnoHji OUT
u&cmrtnnt3 SJlorf ,
13. un5 pougfas fir ,
_ MEDICAL. _
For throat , lanes asthma and kidneys.
TAB SOLUTION ,
FOREST for catarrh , consnmption
bronchitis and asthma.
TAR TROCHES ,
FOREST throat , hoarseness , ticklini
cough and purifying the breath.
TAR SALVE ,
or healing indolent fores , uioers , cute
burns , and for piles.
TAR SOAP ,
FOREST hande , salt rheum , skin dis
eases , the toilet and bath.
FORt.OT TAR INHALERS ,
or Inhaling for catarrh , consumption
FOR SALE BT ALL DRVOOISTS.
aep2S d8m _
Are one ef the most valuable of oar na
tive fruits. Cooling and astringent , the ]
form when compounded and medicated thi
very best and safest remedy known foi
Diarrhea. Dysentery , Flax , and what ia
commonly called the Summer Complaints ,
Thesa are always troublesome and sometime !
terribly fatal , especially among children ;
Many [ ires might be saved by d-ing then
prompt attention , and care. On the othei
hand , many lives are sacrificed by the use ol
preparations containing laudanum and othei
plates. Dr. Green's Blackberry Cordial I
lust what it represents to be ; a pure medica
ted compound containing nothing injurioui
to the system , ytft prompt and effective tc
check and cure these diseases in men and
women. Being made without alcohol , it if
the very best and safest remedy for children.
After this disease is checked the bndy u
generally-left worn and debilitated. A tiarl )
and moderate use of lr. Green's Bittci
Tonic will revive and build it up , giving tone
and vigor to the whole system , with an in
creased andheal.hy appetite. If your drug
gist does not keep Dr. Green's Family medi
cines , send to the proprietors , E. T. Bart-
ruff & Co. , Burlington , Iowa , and they will
Bend yon trial samples , as well as circular
ForsslebyJ. K. Ish. and by C. F. Good
Is the act of discharging from the throat
and chest matter that arises from colds , in
stead of scattering and distributing it
through the blood , and poisoning it. B ;
thus assisting the Lungs. Throat and Chest ,
Dr. Green's Expectorant cures Colds ,
Coughs. Asthma. Bronchitis. Croup. Dyp-
thena , Whooping Ceugh and all affections
of the Lungs. Throat and Chest , and the
first stages of Consnmption and Typhoid
Fever , its qualities are Expectorant. Seda
tive Fectorial and Alternative. It does not
stop the cough as most preparations do. by
their anodyne and astringent effects , retain
ing the mucous and offending matter in the
blood and causing permanent disease of the
Lungs , but it cures by loosening the cough
and assisting the lungs and throat to throw
off the offending matter , which causes the
cough , thus scientifically making the cure
perfect. It at once alleviates the m jst dis
tressing cold on the lungs , soothes and allays
irritation , and breaks up Whooping Conga
No better remedy can be found for Asthma.
Bronchitis. Croup and all affections of the
Throat Lungs and Chest , and if continued
in use will subdue any tendency to Consnmp
tion , Lung and Typhoid Fever.
If the liver is torpid or the bowels consti
pated , a few doses of Dr. Qreen's Liver
Pills will assist nature. No better cathar
tic can be found ,
for sale by C. F. Goodman and J. E. Ish.
IUTCE neuralgia. Face
Ache , Rheumatism. Gout
Frosted Feet. Chilblains.
; Sore Throat , Krysipelis ,
Bruises or Wounds in man
valuable horse bad
swelling and hard lumps
his throat ; could not
swallow ; applied Giles'
Liniment loduleof ammo
nia : instantly soreness
_ and lumps disappeared. I
UUfell and cut my hand on a
rusty nail , applied the lin
O imet. healing it up with
out experiencing soreness.
Ill No stable or family should
it JTbe without it. 1HOMP-
5S OSON & BROS. , 17th and
* . .Vine Ste. . Philadelphia.
S f ) Sold by all drnggifcts.
g "JDepotNo. 451 SlxtF AT * .
nne New York. OnlySOc
and Wper bottle.
T . IT & TQTT rm. A A * * * " * ' .
As are the experiences of this life , nont
ire without its silver lining. Troubles and
saxes come ; some abide with ns ; some past
the is , tomorrow
iway. To-day body vigorous
row it is dead and gone ; life at best is short
find the great problem how to perpetuate it
is still unsolved. Life , however , can be pro-
lojged , the weak and feeble body made
itrong , no matter from what cause induced ,
ind instead of being a burden to dispeptic
ind debilitated bodies , cin be made an en-
luring pleasure ; but how ? Simply by the
laily and moderate use of Dr. Green's Bit-
Tonic. This truly medicinal prepara-
jon i not a cheap and trashy article , in-
nded simply to stimulate and then leave
ie eecond etate of the body worse than the
list , but it gently relaxes the bowels , stid
llaUs theliyer. ranking it work off the po !
lononn hnmorot the bloodcontrols undrvsn *
ates digestion , thereby remorin the cause
> f headaches I cJ low spirits , relieves flatu-
ency and foul stomach , giving tone and
liability to that organ with in increased and
lealthy appetite ; regulates fr male weaknesi
prevents fever and ague and malarious ais-
: ase , protects the system from unwholesome
lirand impure water , and vitalizes and
.ones the whole body against all attrcks of
liseaso. Try it and you will find it pleasant
x > the taste andhealmg to the body.
In sudden or severe cases of Liver Com
plaint , or in constipation of the bowels , a
taw doses f Dr. Green's Liver Pills will as-
liet the Tonic in a cure , and if you are shak
ir with the ague. Dr. Green's Ague Pill
nil drive it away.
For sale by 0. P. Goodman andby J. E.
[ sh mehll-lteSd-lT
t = d
G. ANDREEN ,
-MAKOFACTDRfcB Of ALL KINDS OT-
Burglar Proof Safes !
VAULT DOORS , JAIL WOrtK , Ct .
Repairs of every nature in this line prompt
ly and satisfactorily done. New and
second-hand safes always on hand.
Hanntas v on Ilarney stre t , one door
west f an Dora's machine shops.
JohnK Edwards , TtrloffniJk Co. Chitago
111 Individual rame of firm unknown.
Before J ngust Weiw , Justice of the Peace
In and for Douglas county Neb.
On the 6th day of January. 1877. sail jus
tice isjaed an order of attachment in the
iboTe a.-tion for the sum of 9T > 00.
J. K. LD WARDS.
MU.'M 111 Apn ! vmntMI
coRn * . BuitDm toivormbly and firj
> 69U rutlralan ! Mil frra &ddm >
< > Hruw Mr
, f on ' o < lK
Croira. Prri * t > a Obiea.Vluon'
DDL IAO. nSivfloo * w a Mll- tin * > .
t SclntbeHhan t9trj5tCoEi.lt ! t i Un
3 M A H & . ajirt ; ; H 1 C A G
Viruunt Irnpro'-mrnit UATD taicen i > u < e
CP-VBTOI reduniu GitJo , * na placing j .
Hh Etotl BtiJf "Uldicf to 1U roUlai ij
KW and Eleeaci
U A T MMO n VKPIKG CAUi
equipped with the"We3in2&ouMAJr Brake'
nd ' 'Mlllei Platlorm ' e tablishlng wmlortt
,1- and commodious Eilln ? Hcuresoticrln < ivl
> t cmlirte ol trevellnr the age can prodnit
J onsi tolOfart Errres * Traics rnii eiuy
wy dally over tha various line * ol tbl roau
thun lecnrlnr to the traveler 'eelecUng thi
route sure and certain connections In inr ill
"otlc-a homavTieh U sro.
Prt tDC.I COBM6OttOt .
AT MIS8ODRI VALLEY JUNCTION fo :
Sioux City , Yaukton and points reached vl :
Sioux City and Pacific rsllroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION lor Fort .DoiUa
Des Moinef , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT HAESHAiAIorSt. Paul , Ulnneapolin
Diilnth. and uorthcostern n&luu.
AT CEDAR BAPID' ' Jor Waterloo , Ced :
Falls. Chariot Cll , Burlington and 8u Ixxiis
AT CLINTON arDubnque , DncWth , Pral
rie du Chien , La Crorse. and all point * OP tin
Chicago , CUnton and Dubnque , and ChiraKu
flubuque and Minnssota rsilroads.
AT FULTON lu Freeport , Rccln * Mlllwai.
EMiUid all polnta In Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with I1 rallf ar UECI leadlc
> nt 4 Chicago
o iuj saiuxn atle via t"Ua Uce can DJ jin ,
curej , snd any Information obtained , concern
mg Routm , KAMA , etc. , , the Ticket OZt ?
In th Union Pacific Depot Onuha , aud nliop
tbe principal Ticket Offices on the line ol U. <
0. P. . ft.
AU information regardine pxiaengera oi
tr ight ehesrfullv iurniihed , and eltyplcg cs ;
oyrth ! for sale it tbe Company's office , i' >
bVrnhsra st. ( Grand Central Hotel ) , Omaha.
SVBaggKge chocked through Irom Omaha--e =
W. HrsTENNETT , MAKTIN HUGK1TT.
Gen'IPacsInge'r Ag t. GUI. Sup'u
D. E. KIMBALL , UAH. AT5INS ,
Ticket Ao't , Omaht. Gen'l As' : Omaha
J. B. MOUNTAIH , g. HAIGHT ,
Weet'nTr BT Art. . Omaha.
I = ° S
IS it !
THBAKORTQ WESTERN KA LWAY.
Embraced under one mxnagtmtnt the On. a
Trunk Railway lines of the West and North
west. and. with its numerous branches anc
connections , forms the shortest and quickes
route between Chicago and all points in 111
inois. Wisconsin. Northern Michigan , llin
neiota , Iowa Nebraska. Callifornia and thi
Western erritorics. Its
OMAHA AND CALIFORNIA LINK
Ii the shortest and best route between Chicago
cage and all points in Northern Illinois
Iowa. Dakota Nebraska. Wyoming. Coloa
do. Utah. Nevada. California , Urcgon. t ti-
on , Japan and Australia. Iti
OUICAOO. ST. PAUL & MINNSAPOLK
Line is the shorteH line between Chicari
aud all points in Northern Wiicon in anc
Minnesota , and for Madison , St. i anl , Min
neapolis , Dnluth , and all points in the Greai
LCKO'SE. . WINONA 4ST.PETEKL1N1
Is the best route between Chicago and Li
Crose. W nona. Rochcsterlwatonna Man-
kato. S' Peter. New Him anil all point !
in bonthcrn and Central Mi nerotn. Its
GREEN BAT AND MARQDKTTE LINE
Is the only line between Chicago and Janes
ville. Watertown , Foml du Lac. Oshkosh
Appleton , "reon May , Esc aby , Negaunee
Marquette , II ouch ton , Ilnncick. and the
Lake Superior Country. Its
FREEPORT AND DUbUQUE LINE
I the only route between Chicago aud EI-
crin. Rockford. Kroeuor- , and all points via
CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE LINE
Is tve oldest Lake Shore Route , as is the
only one passion h tween Chicago am
j -anston. T.aki Korest. Ilich an I Park
Waukegan , Hacine Kencsba am. Milwau
PCLLMlt rALACZnBJWIVIO BOOK CAE3
are runon _ all through trains o * this road.
ibis is the only line running ttese cirs
between Chicago and ht. Paul and Minneap
Mis. Chicag nnd Milwaukee. Chicago am
Winona or Chicago and Green Hay.
Close connections are made at Chicago
with the Lake Shore * Michicun r-outhern
ichigan Central , Bal iiso e & Ohio , Pitts-
burg , Ft. Wayne & Chicago , Kruxakee
Line and Pan Handle Routes , for all point :
Esst and South east , and with the Chicago
and Alton anil Illinois Central foi a 1 point
Close connections are alto made with the
Union Pacific R. R. at Omaha Itr all fai
Close co nectio s made at junction pointi
wilh train ? of all cro.'i pointy.
Tickets ov r this route are sold byal
Coupon icket A gen IP in the Uni ed states
Remember , you a k for your tickets via
the Chicago A North Western Railway , ant
take none other.
New } ork Office , No. 15 Broadway : Bos
ton Office. No5 btate s'reet ; Omaha Office.
245 Farnham Street : ChicagoTUket Offices
62 Clark Street , under Sherman HOUBS ; 7o
Cacal. corner Madi'on Street ; Kinzle
Mrett Depot , corner W. Kinzie and Canal
Streets ; Wells Street Depot , corner Wells
acd Kinzie Stree s.
For rates or information not attainable
from your home ticket agentd , KP , ly to
W. II. STTMJKTT Gen. Pass Ag't/Chicago.
MARTI * UUGHI.T. Gen Mang'r Chicago
ST. PAUL , & SIOUX CITY.
- AND -
Sioux City & Pacific Railroads ,
100 Mile ; Shortest Rou e teSt Paul , Minneapolis.
Luluti or Eliirark ,
And the most dire t route to Sioux City
and all points in Northern Iowa , Minnesota
, NO CHAN IE OF CARS.
Will run elegant Drawing Room and
Sleeping Coaches , owned and controlled by
the Company , througi without change be
COUSCIL BLcrra AKB ST. PAUL.
Trains will leave the Union Pacific Depot
at OMAHA at 4 p. m. , and COUNCIL
BLUFFS at 5 : p. m. . reaching SIO f X
CITY at 10.2n p.m. . and ST .PAUL , at 11 a
m , T < ai9 , IS hours making
TKf FOUKS IS ADVAKCK Or ILLOTHKt ROTTBS.
Returning Will leave ST. PAUL a < p.
w. . arriving at SIOUX CITY at 5a.m. ,
aodOSIAHa at 10 a. m. .
( HTTickets for sale in Chicago and North
western Hallway offices Cennnl Bluffs ; Un
ion Pacific Depot ; and Grand Central Ho
tel , Omaha.
that your tickets .read via
"S. C. & P. R. R. " L. BURNETf.
Superintendent. Missouri Valley.
F. C Hills G-n'l Ticket . ut. Sioux City.
J. H. O'ljRYAN.
Southwestern Freight and Passenger Agt.
raaySO tf Omaha.
Gkeai Fans ! Free Homes !
ON THE LINK rF THE
Union Paciiic R. R.
A LAND GRANT OF
12,000,000 Acres of the
Best FaraiBi & Mineral LauJs
OOOOOO In Nebraska ,
IN THF. GREAT PLATTE VALLEY.
rho On.rd.on of tlio "Wear.
2I.T PBIKS M OEFI COHPHITOIIIS
fen years' credit. Interest only 6 per " -ent.
"ree Homesteads for dctnalsettlers.
Cho best location for colonies.
Soldiers entitled to a homestead of 1GO acres.
Free passes from Omaha to purchasers o
ailroad lands. Descriptive pamphlet ? ,
vith sectional maps , and
i handsome illnetra ed paper containing
he homestead law , mailed free to all parts
jf the world. Address. O. F. DA VIS ,
Land Commitsioner U. P. Railrvad ,
Omir/n. Jf S
J. B. ! > ET WIL KITS
249 Dovcl < u-Sl. OUAIJA. IfBB
THB IF.02I MOU1DHR8 UNION. No. 130
Otasora-rnsidint. A. S. Wrigley : Vice
Ilio &i deatlemn : llccording Secretary
rui . a.utio row ; Financial Se-retiry.A. J
il059..e , Uonoaponding KepresentaliTe A.
S. W. slw ; IretEurer. John B- Sheller ;
In'Iac'vor.-.T'.lUaa LuinbDoorkeep9r. i"r ak
FcratnitsTiVtttc3. . Cha . A. bparrow.
Theme * Gentifciun. A. S.
THE JSJflW YORK
Largest Oirctilat on
AMONG THE BEST PEOPLE.
I. It publishes all the news Th sei
vant of no man and th > ; Iave of no party i
can afford to and d s tell the t.-ut1 ab u
II. It is impa tial and imlepandent. Be
lipvinrin inlelligcat snfTr ge. i' aim ! : to fur
nish voters the fullest and fair st infor.-a
lion , to qualify them fet the wisest dischar ;
of their responsibility.
HI. It is , as italway was. eesentiall :
republican It may quar el in the futnre
aiit has done in the past with errors of Re
publican leaders or corruptions in the Re
publicm party ; butit c-in never cease tn b
true to Republ ican principles r nd e 'i ecial
ly to those golden dcctrinej of civil servii1
reform , hard money , the s nctity of ihi
National faith , ana eqnal ju tice to al
cbsses at the south , which formed the cor
nerf tones of Gov. Hsye's adm'rable letter o
IV. Its moral tone is pure and clevtaod
The family circle is reyer profaned by any
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THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE FEOM
OMAHA TO CEIfAW
AND THE EAST
TUDra Molnsc , nvienuand
Tale Boute beirg t ougrUy 9qulppe < ! wl
Jogant new Coaches , lac f Sleeping Can.aE-1
laTing theSadrantage a smooth and well tca-
toted track , oflers the travwllng publican KsM
2rn Line nnequa'.ed lor fipoeu , Comfort ns
All Passenger Tralni are equlpm * ! wit' , th"
WETnNeuonsK PiTKSi Am BcAJias ttntl
Uillrr'i Patent atpt7 Pl tfnrm Coufki.
Fast Express Trains
Leave Dal T. oonnec : n o' T I
4.T DBS M01NKS with the l > es Koines V iie
Railroad for O k looea. Ottumwa , Keokuk
acd St. Louis.
& .T ORINNELL with the Central Railroad ol
Iowa , for ill points north to St. Paul ,
IT WBOT LIBSRTY with the Bnrlmgton
Oedar Capldi Jt Minnesota Railroad for
Bnrllngtort.Oodjir Rapids , Dubuque 4 8t.
Paul , at WILTON JUNCTION with the
Bcaib-Wctttm branch , for Muscatir"
WwMn Os Pi "ointa soutn.
fT rATENPOliT with the Davenport A St
Feu ] milroid for points north.
iT KOCK IBLANI * with the Western Union
Kallrssd for Trport , Belolt , Racine , Mll-
wackee.uid all points n northern Illinois
snd WlK Mi-
IT BOCK ISLAND with tha Rockford , Bock
folanj and Si. LorJi K-Uroad for St. LouU
uid points icnUi.
IT BOCK IBIAHD vJS the Peoria A Bock
Itinn1 IjJIroj-d for Peoria and points cajt.
i.T BDaEAU JUKC..wIth branch , lor Hen
ry , l M > n. ChlUlocth aud Peoria.
IT LA BALLS with tnelllinolii Central Rall-
rtd for pointi north and nontb.
IT CUICAHO with all the line * East , Ncrtb
end 5 uit.
THBODQH TICKETS to Ml Eaiterr eiti-j
IB thU line , f ao Is prccuro-i , tad snj Isfar-
nstlon obtalcej , eoaoarnlng rante , st thi
Octet O ca In the Pnica PzMGc Ccpr' .
toKha , e&i also et the prlnclp'sl ilcV i B
Jens tb Uasol tbc U. ? . U. B.
frlaclpr.l B rtcnt potMta
All Inloraiatlon rcstrtUng Pszsangtr * IEC
SVtlaht chearfully tainlnhsd , and Sleeping Ci :
rtki lor § 4le at tha Oompany'i Office , 26'
? AKNDAM St. . ( Hnn'l Osnti l Hotel ! Oo V
1. M. SMTXH. H. R1DDLK ,
Ben'lPaa'rAK't , Gen'l Bnn-
Chicago. Chicago ,
W. CLAIB , 8. 8. BTEVENb.
Passenger Agent , Gen'l Western Ag't ,
U. P. DKUEL. Ticket Agent ,
J. B. GRIN ELL. Reetivir.
i connection with the Chicago. Milwau
kee & St. Paul Railway , aud tha
3-raat Bast & West Line
- FORMS AN -
- FKOM -
Omaha to St. Pnl
dffinn.soSL Points T
'assengers by this route bt.Tf. s Counsi
BlufEs on the afternoon tailsi
will mtka direct coaoeetttn
at ths diCewnt Jon -
tons with the
j. hetel bill * and twufcr.
rEEOTJOHTICK2T3 POJ2 SALS ,
At til the principal tieirot cacti.
t. RDPSELL. Gen'l pMS.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED : '
CALDWELL HAMILTON SCO
same as that of an incor
Accounts kept in cur
rency or gold subject to
sight check without no
Certificates of deposits
issued payable in three ,
six and twelve months.
bearing interest at six
per cent * pr annum , oren
on demand "without inter
Advances made to ous-
omers on approved se
curities at market rates
Buy and sell pold , bills
of exchange , go-o-arament
State , County nd City
Draw ight drafts on
England , Ireland , Scot
land , and all parts of Eu-
Sell European Passage
COLLE.TIONS PROMPTLY MADE ,
FRANK MURPHY. CMOS LQWi ,
Pr iidiB . YiiPr : d * L
3CN. WOOD. Ctihi.r.
orlhwa.i Corn r Fa- him Thlrfot ) -
Capital- . I 100.CCG
Authorized capital- . . . . . 1.000.000
Deposits &s small as one dollar received
and compound interest allowed on the same.
OYEB CERTIFICATES 8F DEPISIT.
The _ whole or any part ol a deposit after
remaining in the bank three months will
draw interest from date of deposit to pay
ment. The whole or any part of a deposit
mar be drawn at anv time. aaaa-tf
TJ. S. DEPOSITORY.
BANK OF OMAHA ,
Coritr Firnhim and Thiriaenth.St * .
ISL-COI3SOB3TO EO0XTZK BBOP. )
M a National BinV ; Augutl 20 1883
Ciflti ! uj Mil Oier ,111,111 , ,
H. Kountze , Prftti tent I Jno. H. CreleMen
uaiutu. Kountzj , H. W. Yite * .
Vle President | Cwhltn.
A. J. POPPLETON. AtUtnej.
This bank receives deposits without regard
Issues time certificates bearing interest.
Draws drafts on San Francisco and princi
pal cities of the United States , also London.
' " '
Wblin , Edinbnrg
Sells passage tickets fir emigrant ! in the
Inman line ocUStf
Historical Atlas fit' tte World
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This Atlas will bo complete In the Spring
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