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YOL.X. OMlHA , NEBRASKA , WEDNESDAY. JULY 7 , 1880.
Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents
AndtHer Tremendous Gas
Explosion in London
"Which Rendered "Whole Blocks
of. Houses Uninhabitable
and Caused Great
' ? ' Damage.
French Legislative Bodies in a
Muddle Over the Am
A'Frenchman Says He Has
: "Invented a Cable Telr -
Public Meeting "Called to Pro-
.test Against the Monument
ment to Louts Nap.
The Turks Bellow for War and
the Sultan Won't Sanc
LAYING ON llin TAXES.
SpedM Dispatch to Tni BIB.
HAVAKA , July 7 1 a. m. Taxes
on vines and liquors have been
raided 15 per cent.
BELLOWING FOR WAR.
Ipsd&l Dispitch to Tut Bu.
LONDON , July 7 1 a. m.- -
dinpatch from Constantinople says the
aultiu has decided not to accept the
recommendations of the Berlin confer-
euce. A strong party is , in favor of
sending an immediate declaration of
war to Gr ecu , if that power concen
trates any military on the frontier.
Special D : | tch to 1 lie Bee.
MADRID , July 7 1 . m. The
ministry is considering the question'
of the indemnity demanded by the
"United Statis for lours sustained by
American citizens in Cuba.
5ppcUl Dl | > atcli to TIIR HBB.
LONDON , July 7 1 a. m The writ
served .on Bradlaugh was made out
prior tp the voting , and may be va
.rcated. The second wai served within
the precincts if the commons , and is
therefore void. It ia prabable , as the
i question must be decided , Bradla'ugh
v-will not oppose the first suit on its
TERRIFIC GAS EXPLOSION.
The damage done by the explosion
of gas in Charlotte street , Tottenham
Road , Monday night , now proves , on
investigation , to be much more exten
sive than was at firs' believed. Whole
blocks of House * are found to be so
badly shaken as to be rendered unin
habitable. . . The London.Gas company
and the city authorities are working
rapidly as possible to repair the dam-
f ago , which will , however , require con-
atderablu time. It ii thought further
' casualties "occurred beyond the three
* or four reported. It is also thought
that the Prince of Wales theatre is
not injured , although the shock was
felt there , as the gas was extinguished
during the performance. Examina
tion by daylight yesterday morning
in the district in which the explosion
occurred shows great devastation ;
hundreds of valuable residences in"the
neighborhood , including many in
Russell , JBedfgrd , Warburn and
Euston squares exhibit thoktho effects
* of the explosion in a groitor or less
degree , while re any shops and stores
in the vicinity will require extensive
repairs , and probably some will have
to be taken down altogether.
ARAB BERNIIARDT COMING TO AMERICA
SpecUl Dispatch to TUB Bsi.
LONDON , July 7 1 a. m. Sarah
Bernhardt and a complete company
will sail on the 16th of October for
New York. She will make her debut
at Booth's theatre on November 8.
Jeanne Bernhardt , her sister , is among
the members of her company which is
' Allegations calling in question the
* - Identity of Ben D'or , as winnep of
Derby , has been completely refuted
and the identity of the horse estab
lished. Persons who backed Ben
D'or and whore rights to retain
their bets was doubted o. > the ground
of assumed deception as to the winners
feel easier aud will hold their money
without qualms of comcince or fear of
violating the law of the turf. Notwithstanding -
withstanding thij , however , Bon D'or
la.by no moans a universal favorite for
the St. Leger race. Bets of three to
_ one are being offered against him and
Bradlaugh has bet frlerved with a
third writ for illegallfholding a seat
In the house of commons.
curnNO LOOSE FROM THE CHURCH.
SpecUl Dispatch to the Be * .
ROME , July 7 1 a. m. The Bel-
Ian legUion have left Rome and
iplomalic relations with the Vatican
are broken off.
Bpcdkl Dep ! tch to The lie ?
LONDON , July 7 , _ 1 a. m. Now-
market selling plate was won by Lor-
THE NAPOLEON MEMORIAL.
A public meeting has been cilled
for toe 15th to oppose the proposed
erectiou of the Napoleon memorial In
SpecUl Dbpatch to Tu * EBI.
DUBLIN , July 7 1 a. m. The har
rest prospects in Ireland are more fa
EXPULSION OF JESUITS.
pecUl Dfepatch to The Bee.
PARIS , July 7 , 1 a. m. Decrees
against noa-authorizad religious con
gregntions will ba forced during the
SWISS CHURCH AND STATE.
The people here find it difficult to
understand the vote on the 'question
of the separation of the church ant
elite In Switzerland. Separation was
demanded by the dissenting Protest
ants and.ultramontane Catholics , and
ras rotis'ed by Protestants of the na
tional church , . Jibexal Catholics and
radicals. It was these latter who car
ried the day by a vote of 9306 to
4064. This curioue classification of
opinion puzzles the two great parties
in-France , who are now engaged in a
somewhat similar > conflict , and each
side deduces from the result of the
conclusion in favor of its own posi
Inquiry is to be made into the riots
which occurred at Havre on Sunday.
A now telephone has jnst been trle'd
it Lemana. The inventor claims to
be able to transmit sound to America
Hartmann , the nihilist , Ninatti
Saribaldi and Arthur A'rnould } the
: ommunist , are to be on the'staff of
Eenri Rochefort's new paper , Lit
ENGLAND'S DITTY AND DIGNITY.
LeTempi newspaper strongly urges
, hat England alone is responsible for
enforcing .the decision on the confer
ence of Berlin.
THE AMNESTY HUDDLK. -
The committee of the chamber of
deputies appointed to consider ; the
itrnate'a 'amendment to the amnesty
bill , have adopted -M. "Lablche's
amendment , which _ amnesties
all communists ' ' "pardoned by
the government , except those who
lad undergone common law sentences
previoui to the commune. These will
still be deprived of all political right1.
The advanced and extreme loft have
decided to supportM > Labiche'a
amendment. The left centre insists
npon the exclusion of assassins .and
murderers , al'.o previously criminally
3-en , Grant Has Written an Im
portant Letter on the In
ter-Oceanic Oanal ,
Something Must be Done to
Arm the Mexican
Grant and the Oanal.
Special Dtapttcb to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , Juy ! 7 1' a. m.
A gentlemin in this city has recently
received an important letter f torn Oen.
3rant , dated Juiip22i in relation to
the inter-ocoanic canal subject , bat
not in connection with Grant's presi
dency of the canal company. The
etter is of great importance , however ,
.o farther the success of the Nicar-
rugua route.Exhibition of this | let
er in proper quarters cannot fail to
have a most marked effect on the in
terests of the Nicaraugua route.r The
letter will very sh-.rtly be given to the
vjblic through the medium of the
Rational Associated Press.
The Mexican Border.
Spec' ' * ] Dispatch to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , July 7 1 a. m.
Iho question of more securely pro- *
ecting the Mexican border has been
iiscussed for some lime in official cir
cles without the formation of any bet-
er plan than has been pursued aince _
he close of the Mexican , war. . The'
conclusion has been reached , however , \
hat unless the two governments inter-
sted can agree upon some plan where-
> y the troopa on each-side can co-op-
rate in the pursuit of Indians and
attle thieves the work cannot be
boronghly accomplished. It has not
et been determined to make any over-
ares to the Mexican government on
.bis . point. Further discussion of the
matter may possibly result in inatruc-
ionsbaing sent to our minister at
lexico to open discussion wltb the
lexican authorities with a view to se
curing a better understanding. >
Mining Tragedy. *
Special dlipatch to The Befl.
SAN FBANCISCO , July 7 1 . m
A Bodie dispatch says Pat Carroll , a
miner ejected from a meeting of the
Vliners" Union Monday night , re-
urned aod fired at those who opposed
lira , when he was shot dead ! He
was a native of Lynchburg , Va. , and
wai said to bo a great grandson of
Charles Carroll , a signer of the Decla
ration of Independence.
A Suspicious Fire ?
Special dispatch to Tin Bl . , ' * >
NEW YOEK , July 7 L a. . m.
A 6ra of suspicious origin occurred
aat evening in a four story tenement
louse , 425 east 13th street , the lower
wrtion of which is occupied by Morris
jevy as a ptrwn broker shop. Before
he flumes wore extinguished the
mililing and contents were almost
otally destroyed aud several persons
narrowly weaned with their lives.
Levy was insured for $5000 and , from
evidence given to the police ha was
arrested on the charge of Incendiarism
and held to await the action of tha'fire
Special dtopatch to The Bee.
NEW YOKK , July 7 1 a. m.
jrenoral Chester A. Arthur has de
clined a dinner tendered him by prom-
nent republicans at the Union League
club on Thursday next. ,
Hancock a Revolutionist.
> pedal Dlfpatch to The Be * .
NEW YORK , July 7 1 a. m. The
Times , of this city , publishes an arti
cle to prove that Gen. Hancock had
n 1876determined to support Tllden
f the latter had decided to be sworn
into office as president of the United
States. This decision on the part of
Hancock was , it is said , made while
the two houses in congress 'were con
testing over the manner in "which the
electoral votes were to bo counted ,
and before the question had been re
ferred to the 8 to 7 commission.
IRISHMEN FOR GARFIELD.
In this city active republican ! like
Thomas Murphy , Barney Bigelow and
others are working up a movement
with the Intention of enlisting the
sympathies of the Irish people with
the republican party. It U uid tht
means will be provided to ta e as-
many represent ti r e IrighmeuaJ wil'
go to the Irish republican convention
to meet at Indianapolis Auguit 14.
Remaricable Base Ball.
Special Di t tch to The Bee. .
CHICAGO , July 7 1 . m. The
Chicago base ball club won its 22n <
consecutive game yeiterday. This is
the beat winning ever made on re
cord. The. old Cincinnati "Bed
Stocking * " in 189won21con culfve
games -which was tiu beet reootd pr
GORE AND GLORY.
The .Deeds That Marked
the Observance of the
The Heavens Illuminated by
jJMyriads of Bright-Color
ed Explosives ,
To' Brighten the Pathway of
Human Souls Hurried
_ _ * * *
From Earth ,
Fatal Duels , Shooting and
Stabbing Scrapes , and
Accidents to Pleasure
Mixed With Horse Races , Base
Ball , and Other Amuse
A Deadly Duel.
) pfcal ! Dispatch to The Bee.
CHARLESTON , July G 4 p. m.
"CoL" Win. Shtunon WAS killed in a
duel yesterday with some other dU-
tinRulshed "Ool. "
! p d l dispatch tu Tie Bee. _
" " GALVESTON , Tex : , July G 1 p. m.
t-In a fight in a store in Allaascoa
county , yeitosday , two men were
filled and several b.vl'y ' wounded.
Fjxtcl&l Dtomtch lo The Her
SYRACUSK , N. Y. , July 6 4 p. m.
A steamer with ono hundred Syracuse
excursionists on board , sunk in
I/azenofii'lakfl. No lives lost.
A Daatn's Door.
Special ilisjnkh to The Itee.
SAN FRANCISUO , CAL. , July 6. 4
> . m. Six firemen buried under
allicg walls of a burning stable in
EIydi ; street yesterday , all wore finally
secured , though seriously injured.
Gen. Chasten wai buried thirty
minutes under burning hay , and was
aken out inieusible , burned , nearly
uffucdted and crushed. Uii recovery
Amateur Snootlst * .
Special Dlapatch to Tui.Bra.
COLUMBUS , O. , July G 4 p. ro.
There was no formal observance ot the
Fourth 'hero , 'bat a general suspision
of business. The largest shooting for
he champion team aud b iug otTered
> y the Lowell Crtrdgo : Company , at
he fair grounds , wai witnessed by a
; roat crowd. Eleven teams , of ten
men each , were cntereJ , ojch team
hooting 100 rounds. The Governor's
Guard , of this city , madu. 271 ; Van
Veti team301 ; and the Westerville
earn , 308 , .ont.of a possible 500.
p ctal Dispatch to flic Ike.
CHICAGO , July 6 4 p. m. People
lave been celebrating the fourth here
or three days , bat yesterday was the
> iggest day of all. Flags everywhere
lisplayed , business suspended , the
wpulation' largely going out to the
tarks , on lake excursions , to the races ,
iwe ball m3thor theatrical matinees.
j st night the ciiy , especially hi the
esidence quarters w aa booming bril-
iant with fire works. The citizens
were apparently vieing with each-
other and with the small boy in disre
garding the ordinance against fire
forks , and in seeing who cou'd make
he finest display.
About 10,000 pcciple attended the
running races in the afternoon. The
irst. wa'j the club purae for maiden ,
hrao-year old , mile and a furlong.
[ t was a dead heat between Bosewell
and Duke of Keut , Bonnie Castle
.bird. The owners agreed to divide
; he purse , $3CO without running it off.
Boswell's. rider claimed a foul against
Duke of Kent which 'was not allowed.
Second race , citizens and merchants
mrse , 9250 , all ajes , mile heats , 3 in
> ; Roaella won the first heat in 1:45 : ,
Charlie Rosi second , Beatitude third ;
[ losella won the second heat in 1:48 ,
Beatitude second , Charlie Ross third ;
Beatitude won the third head in 1:481 : ,
sella Fecond , Charlie Ross third ;
burth heat , Roiella aud Beatitude
only , appeared. Beatitude won that
and , . the fifth heat , winning the race
The third race club purse of § 600 ,
all ages , with maiden allowance , was
won by Gold Boy , Matagorda second ,
JimMalone third ; time , 2:33 : .
The last race , handicap hurdle , for
purse of $400 , all ages , two miles over
right hurdles , was- won by Captain
Franklin , Harry Bishop second ; time ,
4.05J. The judges were inclined to
; fie opinion" that Comet , the favorite
in the pools , was not ridden to win
and gave him no place , reserving their
decision as to what should ba done
with thttrider and owner. '
This closes the summer running
meeting. The trotting races begin
Baae Ball on the Fourth.
Special Dispatch to the BZE.
_ TBOT , N. Y. , First game , Albanys
S ; Nationals 5. Second game , Albanys
4 ; National 8.
BUTTALO Buffalos 1 ; Worcesters
CLEVELAND Treys 4 ; Clevelanda 5.
CINCINNATI Bostons 2 ; Ciucinnatis
7. ' .
A Fatal Squall.
ST. PAUL , July 5. A yacht con
taming a party of fourteen persons
capsized on White Bear lake , twelve
milei from here , this afternoon. They
were struck by a sudden squall , and
having.no competent sailur on board
the yacht overturned. Eight of the
passengers' were men , of whom seven
Were unmarried. The rest were
women and children. The seven
single men swam a hnre with
out making any effort to
save the lives of the women
and children , who were all drowned
.with tine , "married mm , who stayed
and made an effort to save his family.
Other boits here came to the rescue ,
but- were , only abln to recover part oi
the bodies. The lake is being drag
ged for the rest. The following is a list
of 'ke ' drowned : Frank Gibson wife
aad childracthe wife of John Dow ,
a child of Thomas Cline. All in the-
boat were laboring men , Gibson , Dow
and Cline being employed in the St.
Paul , Minneapolis & Manitoba shops.
LATKR. It is fe'arnedthat on the
yacht which cap-ize1 yesterday all the
passengers were machinists and their
families. Two women and five man
were saved out of fifteen.
WE ARE TWELVE ,
The Entire City Council Once
, More Together , S
A Good Deal of Important
* \r *
regular meeting of the city coun
cil wag' Held iu the council was hold
Intha council chsiub Lis ! ; evenii2 ; ! ,
the entire body beiuj ; present and
Hon. James E. Boy.l in the chair.
The minutes of the profiling meet
ing wore read and approved.
A communication wat received fc < un
the mayor , approving the two ordiu
aneos passed at the lost previous meet
The official bond of George Linde ,
sealer of weighti and measures , was
The petition of Oha'lii H. Brown
to remove crth on Capitol nvoriue ,
adjacent to lot 8 , block 81 , was re
ferred to the committee on streets .vd
A petition from residents ou South
avenue to have the hill neir Mason
treat grade 1 was referred to the same
A proposition from Alfred Clark to
take care of evergivein iu Hanscom
park , saidt ) be in a bad condition ,
waa referred to a npecial committee ,
consisting of Moaera. Steplu-iKon ,
Roduis and Thiemin.
A p-jtition from 0. P. Chubb and
others to grade Harney street , with
profile , was referred to the committee
on streets and grades and cily engi
neer.A petition from a number of citi i
zens uad tax-payers , asking that steai
be taken to remedy the "stink hole i
on Lpavenwortli and 'J'hirieuiithnorlh
of the railroad bridge , elicited csnaid
erablo. discussion , and wai tiinlly re
ferred to the committee on judiciary.
The report of the cily engineer on
grading Eighteenth street w.is receiv
ed and placed on file. n
The communication ot the city en
gineer regarding the cost of Twon-
; ieth street grading , § 2030 , with pro
file , was referred to the c ty on streets
and grade * .
The proGles of Decatur and Farn-
iim street were sent in by the city
engineer , and referred to the cjmmit-
; ee on streets and gra > Us.
A petition from the trustees of the |
South Om ha M. E. church , asking
that the Tenth street grade in front
of lotl , block 61 , bejcoinpletect , as it
was at pre'ent impoGsible
o build a eidewalk threon as ordered
jy the city council , was referred. !
The official bund ot C. g , Woud- !
worth , as secretary of the Omaha
echool board , waa approved.
A communication ws received
rom Hon. A. J. Foppletun , attorney
of the U. P. railroad , asking that the
J5000 allowed by the city council in
jurauance of a reso'ution adopted
June 11 , 1878 , for rip-rap work be
After a lengthy consideration of the
r. quest , during which it r.ppsired
; hnt although the amount was Allowed
on the 20h of August of the same
year , il did not sn appear on record ,
ind was claimed tint tha records had
9een tampered with , Mr. Stephenson
offered the following :
Resolved , That the claim of the U.
P. railroad company for rip-rapping ba
and the s m is hereby allowed and , :
that thel ity attorney be instructed to
confess judgment for the above sum.
Mr. Konnitd could not - seethe
the city's legal obligation to
pay this debt which did not apptar on
the records , our only guide. Ho was
surprised that such a fuss should bj
made about the ciiy , so insignificant a
dot on the west bank of the Misso"ri ,
refusing to pay that mighty corpora
tion so small a debt when the railroad
iad beaten the county out of its huu-
dreds of thousands.
The resolution * was adopted by a
vote of ten to two , Messrs. Hornberger
and Kunnard voting in the nogativu.
A ccmmunlcation from Mrs Ann
Alderson , asking the c juncil to put its
lowest cash price on a lot occupied by
iier , on Harney , Between Eighteenth
and Nineteenth wis reftrred to the
committe ; tnd improvements
* on publc propoity <
provements and the clerk authorized
to advertise for bids for the said lot.
The cla'm of Kennard & For ytho ,
for $81.21 , for goods furnished for use
in Hanecom Park in 1878 , was reff rred
to the committee on cliims.
The report of the city marshal show
ing the number of liquor thaUrs do
ing business in Omaha-June SO , 1880 ,
to be 166 , was referred to the com
mittee on police.
The city physician's report for the
month of June , 1880 , was on motion
of Mr. Kaufmann referred to the com
mittee on public property and im
Proposals were received for grading
Fourteenth street from S. Sluckridge ,
P. Welch and L. McDermott , and . f
grading Cass street from Dufi'y Bro .
and P. Welch. After a lively debate
the contract for grading Fourieenth
was awarded to P. Welch and the con
tract for grading Cass t j Duffy Bros.
On motion of Mr. Kaufmann the
council adjourned to 7:30 : p. m. to
An Extinguisher ,
SpecUl Dispatch to the Bee
, ST. Louis , July 6 4 p , m. At a
smalt fire to-day a fireman was killed
by the explosion of a Halloway Fire
Extinguisher which was strapped-on
A HERO a ONE.
Philander Toole , the fireman who
was"killed while using a Holloway tire
extinguisher , was captain of the Pop
lar corps and the man who made him
self famous by rescuing BO many pee
Elo from the S-juthern hotel when it
timed several years 'ago. His losi
will be greatly felt by the fire depart
The BOBS Trotter.
SgecUl Ditpatcbea to The Bee. . .
DETROIT , July 6 , 4 p. m. SL Jul
> , the famoua California horse , trot
ted yesterday ia-2:12 * , which is half
Mooed quicker than-lus beat time.
4 * .
THE HARVARD HOPPER
Into Which is Gathered a
Variety of Notahle
Illustrating Profusely the Condi
tion of the Crops and the
Matrimonial Market ,
And the Rapid Multiplication
of the Population .by
, Immigration and
Education and Bepublicanism
Going Hand in Hand
to Higher Mental
O lebrdting the Natal Day.
Correspondence of The Bee.
UAUVAUD , Neb. , July 6. A few
weeiss ago , such wis the extent of the
drought that but few persons hoped
to'realize more tlun half an average
crop of sm ll grain ; but now the sea
son of their discontent is changed to
glorious hope , almost assurance , that
a remunerativoharvtstis forthcoming.
Few pieces of grain are a total failure ,
while ininy will yield a bounteous
hirvcst. One farmer , with a lead-
colored heart , is now on the mourn
er's bourn because ono of the little
street Arals purchased his forty-aero
p'oh ' of "who tfor twenty dollars.
The juvenilj party is correspondingly
Corn is promising an immense crop ,
aud occupies aiiiiuinuuo yield.
PoUtood will be an immense crop ,
the bugs to the contrary notwith
The Uirted States census , juitcom-
pleted by enumerator Birmingham ,
shows Harvard's population tu ba
1JH4. Where the town s'ands was
P'ed for prrf-rmption In 1871.
The second story of Payne &
Farmi-r's ole ant brick bank building
la now completed , and one of the well
ollices ii occupied by Hayes &
Staele , atto noys.
Having decided to"so rch for wealth
un < ier dilKculties , seven of our meat
substantial profcsiional and business
men associated themselves together by
solemn compact ( union being strength ) ,
uidcetfirtti last week for the auri
ferous regions of Colorado. .JTbeir
n-mesarc : ' J/C. Bain , Dr. M. W.
\Vilcox , J. T > Sawtell , 0. J. Scott ,
Ed. Wpdyke , Chas. Rockhill and Ott
Stevenson They e ch possess an
augury of success in ( he shape of the
necessary heal h , wealili , nerve , cheifk
and good character.
Matrimony has again broke out all
over in spois in this place , even
septuagenarians Lecome willing vic
tims t ) its seductive char n . Tie ex-
hilaMtinx .brevity of anme of the
courtships is commendable , in an
economic view of the matter , with
150" test oil at 15 cents a gallon , and
rent gate lumber on the rise.
A seventh eoioii of ono of our city
families has la'ely nppaared upon life's
viecissitudinal stage , and now that in
fant's immediate paternal ancestor is
indulging in his annual a wear-off , vow-
ng that he'Jl never hardly ever
f rer ever
Oh , yea , apeakii g of children , re
minds me that there are 481 persona
of school ae in this school district ,
and that Harvard is justly proud of j
her schools. Besides her high school 3
there are five new or nearly newschool '
huU3i8 in the district , which is six <
miles square , all of which are well < t
painted , rod'led and supplied with ! <
school apparatus , blackboard' , patent j
furniture , etc. , and the district practically - . <
tically out of debt. The rate of asI I
aessuient ordered this year for school i
purposes is fifteen mills. Theptinci- |
pal of the high school receives $1000 :
for nine months' school , and lady . 1
teachers et from $40 to $50 per .
month. i t
, The Harvard cemetery , which is a
well-kept , pleasant-looking spot , and j
is the place of seputure for a large j
area of thickly-settled country , contains -
tains tno graves ot over 100 persons , %
most of wjom died either of old sgo
or ailments incident to childhood. i
Our county Clay now stands j
about seventh iu population in the ,
sta'e ' , and second to only ono on a re
publican vote for state officers. ! *
The red-hot Grant men who were
down on Blaine , only for one thing ,
because he unnrecedontcdly strove to
gather to his own nominating support
a portion of Grant's own state ( on
which the "Silent Soldier" is pre
sumed to have acopyright , with Black
Jnck L'jgan as his animate trademark )
forgot that a third-term candidate is
not only an unprecedented but also a
very obnoxious thing. 1 venture to
predict that the presidential candidates
\vill each poll nearly his own parly
vote in this country. Arthur's weak-
ncs * being about offset by Hancock's
unflattering record as an Indian fighter
and political wire-jerker.
The national birthday was duly cele
brated here cs on such a date made
and provided. The fourth of July ia
nlwaya a success in Harvard , partly
because it seems to contain in itself
the very elements of success as a day
of big dayd and , furthermore , be
cause the humanity that populates pur
fair immediate surroundings are an
English-speaking people , hence there
Is no clashing of tongues , and every
man readily assimilates with his neigh
bor. True , we have the unAmerican-
! z2d Tueton , several of him , but he
is of the progressive sort , and when
anv > ng the Americans , talk as
Americana do. Even the
stolid Russian proven the "rectitude
of his intentions" by cultivating an
acquaintance with our standard
tongue. Hence our fourth cf July it
always void of all lingual jargon. In
this Instance the exercises of the day
were the customary salute , parade ,
music , orations , reading , fireworks ,
etc. , with the dangerous and foolish
pyrotechnics left conspicuously out.
The Harvard cornet bind greeted
the auditors with some really excel
lent jnnsio. Their heavy band wagon
was elaborately decorated , their four-
in-hand richly caparisoned sod their
"The general display of bunting was
not prouse , but fair. A novel feaV
ture-of-the oooMlon'-waa th.e nrprtsen *
. . 4 ° ' ' * * * "
* - * < -
tation of the states by ladies on horse
back , each attended by a cavalier , the
whole , whether in procession or eie-
cutlng th'e various cavalry manouvres
to" which they had been carefully
drilled , prese.nting to the eye a sight
A large wagon , properly fitted , car
ried 38 little girls in white , and was
drawn by boys.
The orators of the day were from
among our own numbers , consisting o !
Messrs. L. G. Hurd and A. P. Rit-
ienhouse , one of our prominent law
firms , and Gol. Lickens , late of Cali
fornla. All the speakers were listen
ed to by the large and intelligeut nu
dience with marked attention , elicit
Ing frequent and hearty applause.
The numbers in attendance aggregat
ed a crowd , and the day passed with
out anything to mar the kindly folcg !
A grand dinner was served at the
M. E. church , the proceeds to be ap
piled to the purchase of a $140 bell
but fu this writing we have not learn
ed how much WAS realized. It mus
have bden a considerable sum.
sum.W. A. 0.
Closing Exercises of the Nebraska
Corcetpondeaco of tlio Bee.
YORK , Neb. , July 3. The Nebraska
Conference seminary was located al
"Xork in York county at the last ses
sion of the Nebraska conference , and
began work on the 7th of January ,
1880. Prof. E. Thompson was elect
ed principal , and in connection with
an excellent corps of teachers entered
heartily into the work of building up
a strong and eflicient school.
Though begityping , as they did , s )
late in the scholastic yea. ' placed them
at a disadvantage , most students Imv
ing already made choice of other insti
tutions , yet they had about 50 pupils
the first term , and over 90 the sec
It is always difficult to plant and
sustain an institution of learninsr , and
It is not surprising that this one should
liave been watched and its progreaa
noted with great interest on the p.itt
of the one hundred Methodist preach
ers and 10,000 laymn in th > a state.
Quite a number of the former attend
ed the opening exorcian , which be
gan June 18th and continued until
The examinations which your corre
spondent witnessed , evinced both
thorough work on by instructors , and
a high grade of talent and hrfrd work
on the part of the students , evidently
the teachers pojsesi in a rare degree
that power so essential in their work
of inspiring an enthusiasm for stidy
in their pupi's. '
On day Sabbath Pi evident Thompson
preached the annual sermon to a larje ;
audience. Ou Monday night the
musical dupr.rtment gave an entertain
ment , vocal and iii tnment < l , which
wai highly spoken of by those com
petent to judge in suih matter ? . Mrs.
P.V. . Morgan , the director , is a
graduate of "Eben Towrjoer" con
servatory of music , Providence , R. L ,
aod evidently possesses the qualifica
tions needful for sueess in her do
On Tuesday evtuiug the two liter
ary societies gave an ecittrtainmont.
Without personal mention o the par
ticipants , I would fay they ell did
well , their exercises throughout giv
ing good satisfaction to the large au
dience that heard them.
On Wednesday evening an able ad-
drefs was delivered by Rev. A. C.
Williams , of Lincoln. This was fol *
lowed by the president's levee , which
was largely attended and greatly en
The trustees met on Tuesday , and
from the reports of the officers it w s
ascerrained that ( he assets in lands ,
notes , and furniture amounted to
$15,000 , with only $128 indebtedness.
They took action , limiting the amount
of indebtedness to $10,000 at any
time. A fine building , to cost when
completed , about $50COO , was pro
jected , one wing of which is to be
completed at once. D. M.
IOWA t OILED DOWN.
Atlantic is wrestling with the water
MuscUino haa 8,294 population
against 6.718 in 1879.
The apple crop of Mahaska county
is estimated at 100,000 barrels.
The population of Cedar Rapids is
10,175 , or nearly 2000 short of what
Brighton business men have sub
scribed about $300 towards establish
ing a creamery there.
Five thousand people attended the
Methodist camp meeting in Linn
county last Sunday.
The brick makers of Webster city
are burning their bricks with cobs ,
and say they are better than wood.
The loss to farmers in Fulton town
ship Clinton county , by the late Miia-
iaaippi fh'od is estimated at $20,000.
A corn < stalk is now on exhibition in
the Council Bluff * Ncnpaieil office
which measures 9 feet 3 inches in
A census enumerator in Scott coun
ty found a wife who wa1 ? the mother of
five children , and jei was only 17
j rj of age.
Spencer has a population of 822 , a
gain of nearly 103 in six months. The
population i-f Clay county will not
much exceed 4000.
Valisca gets an 18 inch vein of coal
at a 220 feet depth , and , arguing that
she will have a G foot vein r.t 500
feet , keeps on boring.
The population af Carroll county is
1360 ; Denison has 1438 , while Jeffer
son will fall it , little below 1500. The
tbreo towns are not far apait.
The Milwaukee & St. Paul railway
company having purchased the oM C. ,
C. & Dubuque radroad , have decided
up > u enlarging their shops at Dubuque
and building a new depot there.
The chintz bug has appeared in
countless multitudes in DCS Moines
county , and is totally destroying the
wheat crop. Had the pest deferred
its c lining a week the crop woult
The United Brethran college , lo
cated at Western , Linn county , is to
be re-located at some moie accessible
point , and Yinton is attracting the at
tention of those having the matter in
Dub'uqne has 159 persons who are
assessed oa real estate at a valuation
above $10,000. The heaviest individ
ual owner is John D. Bul > , who is as
seflsed at $100,545. Senator Allison
.is down for $15-,7QO and CoL Fender
ion forfl om - , * '
Board of Education.
At the regular meeting of the Board
of Education-Monday evening , all the
members were present except Mr.
The treasurer's report was read ,
showing a balance of $9,630.11.
Prof. James B. Bruner was granted
the use of the North school room for
a clcss during vacation.
Applications for positions as teach
ers were received from eight persons ,
A number of claims wore allowoc
The committee on buildings am
property waa authorized to make need
ed ropaiis on all school buildings dur
ing the vacation.
The special committee on thoallegc
rawing of the standard in the egh'l
grade of the high school , reported
that , if anything , the examinations
were easier this year than last , an <
that no injustice hud boon done ; riy-
one. They recommended that th
subject be dismissed and commi t-v
discharged. Agreed to.
The board pruce.-ded to billet for
superintend ! nt.
First ballot stood : Bltnk 5 , Seal
3 , Maples 1 , Hancock 1 , Misi Foot 1.
No choice * .
Second billet : Maples 3 , Blank 5 ,
Mm Fooa 1 , Bjals 2. No choice.
A motion was made to postpone the
By Mr , Staley.
Resolved , That a special committee
of five he appointed consisting of the
cotcmiiteo on teachers and text books
and two others members of the B > ard ,
to bo appointed by the President , to
inquire into the qualifications of the
suver.il candidates ant } those who may
become candidates for the euperin-
tcnilanuy of the schools , and rep > rt as
loon ai practicable.
The President and Secretary were
authorized to draw n warrant fi-r
interest on the bonds in New York ,
Mr. Staley offered the following re
Jiesuhed , That a ppec'al committee
of five bo appointed , consisting of the
committee on teachers and text bocks ,
the president of the board and two
others to bo appointed by the presi
dent , to take into consideration the
advisability ( f revising and reforming
the course of study in the High
School. Al o to tdke into c nsidera-
tion the advisability of revising course
of study in the grades. Said commit
tee to report to the board as soon as
practicable. Agreca to.
Mr. Kennedy was appointed on the
Adjouinod for two weeks.
AwrfrrAut Wiwi-auedMond 'yufghtfor
John Taylor , a young man charged
with atabbini ; Peter L usen with a hay
fork. Inrsen had just returned from
the picnic at Pries' Jake , where a cou
ple of deus got to fighting
in the alley by his house ,
between Nineteen' ' ! ! aid Twentieth
streets He * ays he parted the dogi
twice , and finally seized one by the
hind lega and threw h m over the
fence Soon after , without warning ,
Taylor attacked him with a fork ,
wounding his head and left arm , the
Fred Jepp. who 1-ves on Idh street
received a severe cut ou the arm. His
tisailant has not been arrested. The
trouble grew out of Iho bill of fare at
boarding house , which did not suit
Mr. Jepp's friend.
PLAYING WITH PISTOLS.
Since our lasr , three additional nc-
idents h vo occurred from playing
with toy putoh.
Master Frank Giidley , son of JM.
J. Gridloy , met with an accident
Monday evening , and carrier his hand
u a sling to-day. In his c se the load
tassed across the palm cf the left
land , taking skin and tleh with it.
Master Willie McCune , living on
Eighteenth and Cumingstreets , with a
mall blank cartridge pistol , shot off
he end of tlu first finger of his left
hand , or shot i. so njifly off that it
will prol ably have to Be amputated.
? his occurred during the celebration
of the glorious Fourth also.
Master Willie Brown , son of Mr.
Win Brown , of North Nicetcenth
treet , met frith an accident like the
bove Monday morning , the shot as
isual taking effect in his left hanJ ,
which was ouito seriously injured.
Revenue Collectors inTroub'e.
pedal dispatch to The Bte.
WASHINGTON , July 6 , 4 pm -
Several of the deputy collectors en
gaged in the Rod Oak office in Georgia
tavo been arrested. Gen. Raum has
.elegrnphcd . the district attorney to
appear in their defence.
Special Dispatch to The Befl.
WASHIXOTJN , July 6 4 p. m.
The ttate department has received in
formation from the Spanish govern
ment that they think the ship wh'ch
ired on the American schooner off the
Cuban cr.vt , was a pirate , as there
is no Spanish vessel Answering the de
Tne Burned Tomb.
3poci.il Dutpatch to Tin Uii.
NEW YORK , July 7 1 a. ro.
The work of removing the wreck of
the burned steamer Seawanaka from
the sunken meadow on Rand-ill's
Island was begun by endearo-ing lo
revolve the paddle wheel at high wa
ter yesterday. A derrick will * ema\
the boilers and cylinder , and th n it is
thought the hull will float , and if a iy
of the mltsing are under it they will
be recovered. Captain Smith is still
In the Jioipital doing well , but will not
probably bo able to return home ftr
many weeks to come. The 1-ttlo girl ,
Mits Rancher , was taken aw y Mon
day by her father. She is notx -
pected to live. Forty-three bod'ea
thus far have been recovered , foriy-
two of which hive been idcntified-
Two are still missing.
Special Dlspitch te The 6 e.
NEW YOEK , July 7 1 a. m.
Thi htated term appears to haveade
pressing effect and several case * of
suicide are reported. At eleven
o'c'ock yesterday morning a woman
dressed in bhcksilk entered the Penn
sylvania railroad depot at Jersey City
and deliberately , § not henelf tkroagi
the head. The fcll pwed ia ftt the
base of the skull ani lodged in her
brain. She fell bleeding on 'a scat
ank was able to speak , but refused to
give her 'name or address. At the
hospital a pawn ticket with M. E.
Brevely was found in her pocket. In
a satchel she carried a box of cart
ridges , comb and brush , and a night
dress marked M. B. The surgeon
at the hospital has been nnablo to
extricate the ball and the wound is
likely to prove fatal. The woman
expresses henelf determined to die ,
and says that if this attempt does not
end her life she will try again. She
is now on the point of death and all
attempts to ascertain her identity
have failed. Saturday evening the
same l dy took a room at the Hotel
Hudson , Jeney City , and registered
as Mrs. M. E. Brevely , N. Y. Noth
ing occurred to create suspicion till
Monday night , when she told a lady
in the hotel that she had taken laud
anum to kill herself. Medical aid
wai obtained , and the woman coon
left the hotel and proceeded to the
depot , where she made the second at
Several other unsuccessful attemp's
to ccmni't suicide are reported.
SptcUl Dr patch lo the I EE.
COLUMBUS , O , June 7 1 a. ro.
A repri-.VB has bem granted to
Monroe Rob r sou , sentenced to be
hanged in Ltarko county July 16 , for
30 days to allow h m to straighten up
his buslnaas fffjirn.
Gov. Foster w II not interfere in the
execution of G o. Princ * , the mur
derer of Viliio Block , at Cincinnati.
Chicago's Half Million
Sped * ! Dispatch to The liee.
CHICAGO , July 7 1 n. m
The census of the cily ia complete !
and the official figures show a pjpula-
tion of 602,910.
Muan of a Hniband
Special Dispatch to The Bea
CUICAUO , July 7 1 a. m. Olirenco
E. Davis , the bigamist or man of many
wives , was yesterday sentenced to five
yeara in the panitentary and fined
? 1000. _
Special Dispatch to tlio Ke .
NASQVILLB , Tenn. , July 7 , 1 a. m.
Duiir.g a row between It. F. Dough-
ton and one Brown Monday evening
at White Bluff , Doughton slabbed
Brown to the heart with a knife , kill
ing htm almost at once.
The Great Faster.
BpecUI Dispatch to The Boo.
Nuw YORK , July 7 , 1 n. m
Dr. Tanner finished the t Ljhth day of
of hisfdst at noon yesterday. Hotji'
\ walk in Union Square at an early
honr iu f-e morning an-l showed u >
signs of weak n cts.
MARKETS iti Ti > LE KA ! > n
CIIICAOO , July 6.
Wheat Active and higher ; No. 2 ,
89i < a 3s , cksed at 93c for cish ; 8J <
92c , closed st 92fc for July ; 87i@
89c , closed at 87c for August ; SCifa
87c , closed ft 87c for September ; No
3 , iu store , 78jf380c ; rejected , 30Jr ;
Ho , 2 red winter , iu store , new , 92c.
Corn Fairly active -nd firmir ,
with a better feeling ; No 2 , 34J@
35jc , cU&od at 35j < S35Jc fir ch ;
> cloed * . for Jul
34jS35Jc ; J a 35jc } ;
353oc , elf sed at 35j@35jjc for Au
gust ; 35A@35gc , cloteJ at 35J@35ge
for Sep1 ember ; rejicled. 33Jc.
Oats Fairly active and a shnde
higher ; No. 2 , 24j@24c , cl s d at
24gc for cahr 24 24 , cl s d at 24 jc
for July ; 22 | < a22Jc , cl. sod at 23c ft r
August ; 223@22jc for September.
Rye Nt > . 2 , 71c.
Barley No. 2 , in storr , nomimlly
Pork Ac ive ai d decidedly higher ;
813 12J < sl3 15 for caih or July ;
$ l327 $ for August , and § 1325 for
Bu'k Meats Shoulders , $4 75 ;
short ribf , $7 Go ; short clear , $7 25
Wheat Active and higher ; No. 2
spring , July , 931@94c ; 89g < s89gc for
August , 8Gjjg86c ( fur Sep'ember , 85c
year , cloring at 93jcJuly [ ; 89j@89gc
for August ; 86jc for September. No
2 red winter , 93jc fir July.
Corn 35J@35gc f r July ; 3535J5
for August ; 35j@36c for September.
Oats 24go for July ; 23g@23jjc for
August ; 23cf.T Septemb < ; e.
Mess P. rk Higher ; § 13 25@13 45
for August ; § 18 40@13 45 for Sep
tember ; $12 50 for October ; ? 10 10 ®
10 05 for the year.
Lard § G 75@6 80 for July ; SG 80
@ 6 82J for August ; $6 82 0 85 f. r
St. ixrals Live Stock-
ST. Louis , July 6
Cattle Active ; Yorkers and Haiti
mores , $4 25 < 34 50 ; packing , § 4 15 ®
4 25 ; butchers' lo select , § 4 30@4 40.
Receipts , 4800 ; shipments , none.
MILVAUKEK. July 6
Wheat Firmer ; cloced excited and
hard , No. 1 Milwaukee. $1 01 ; No.
2 Milwaukee , 92jc ; July , 92jc ; Au-
j.u t , 93jjc ; September , 87c ; No. 3
Milwaukee , 97c.
Corn Steady and in fair demand ,
No. 2 , 34jje.
Rye Firmer at 71c.
Barley Quiet ; Kb. 2 spring at 68c.
Provision ? Firmer.
at Louts Produce.
ST. Louis , July 6.
Wheat Cash lower ; options higher
and unsettled ; No.2 red , 95J for cash ;
911@90i c for July ; 87A < g88c for
August ; 87i@88J@77c for Septem
ber ; 86J@87c for the year ; No. 3 do ,
89@81)fc ) ; No. 4 do , 82jc.
Corn Slow ; 34c for cash ; 34 < § 31Jc
for July ; 33J < 234c for August ;
@ 34c for October.
Cats Dull ; 25o for cwh ; 31Jc for
August ; 31c@31jjc for September.
Rye Dull ; 60c bid.
Ba-ley Nothing doingr
Whisky Steady at § 108.
Peek Higher ; ? 1325 for cash and
July ; $1320 for August.
Dry Salted Meats Strong and
hgher ; clear ribs purchased at $6 90.
freight , , 715c ; clear , 87 15 ; freight ,
N w York Produce.
Nzw YOEK , July 6.
Wheat F iily active ; receipts ,
8,700-bu hels ; ungraded spring , $1 03
@ 104 ; No. Ssprinz , 8102@1 04 ; No
2 , sprin8108@1 09 ; ungraded red.
9 0631 464 ; No. 3 red , 81 13 ; No. 2
do , 3118 ® ! 2. ; JTo. 3 r = d , July
Corn Ungraded , 47 < solc ; No. 3 ,
56c.OatsMixed weetein,31J37r ( ;
westi ro.37044c. . .
Pork Strong acd higher ; now mers
§ 12 30@13 CO.
Cut meatr Quiet but firm ; long
cle.tr middles steady at 7c-
Laid Prime steam , $7 20@7 22J.
Butter Quitjt and firm at ll < 21c ,
Whisky Nominal at $1 12@1 13.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO , JCLT G.
Hogi Receipts , 11,000 head ; ship
ments , 3200 ; market firm and scUre ,
with nn advance of fully & @ 10c tinea
Saturday ; pickers i nd shippers buy
freely cf beat gnvit s ; ra'os tf mixed
1 acking at § 4 15Q4 40 ; common to
# od 1 ght , 4 204 40 ; choice hi avy ,
S4 12(54 ( 62J.
Cat'le Kec jpl * , 3500 head ; ship-
rucntc , 40CO ; Irndv tleioy and firm ;
shipping gra-ies , ? 4 3C4 00 ; butchers
btulF t $2 30 ® 3 40 ; RMS * Texans at
§ 2 502 9' ; con-ftd wis'cni tattle at
Jaco'i ' H. Blociimr , i-f Vi gle , New-
York , writts : "Yctir Dr Ihoiraa *
El-ittic Ol cur.d a b.-u'ly swelled
neck and a < re throat nn ii-y v-n in 48
Loirs ; one p4 lijstion al-to r moved
t'tu p. in f. o n a ve y 50 ro toe ; my
wife's f.mt w.s nlui inu'h i > fl mix1 , so
ni'ich so that sh. could n t wk ! about
thoh'.uie ; shtr applied the O.I , and in
24 II'/IM wcs ei'tirely cuied. '
The f.ut muit fasti n i'setf > p > n ih < 9
minis of our citizens , that a t otter
Sh rl can be hid at ! * i r < co , nt tt-e
Omilia Shirt Factory iha'i > t i y otti-
f r hi.u < o in tu ! Wet Ourmw nd
coninivdinus store is rmp'e ' p wfof
the prognsi tf our Insiiit-fs. nndthe
fact th t our good * nrj le'tir f rleta
in n--y , must boll e came of our pro
gress. In counecti u ni'Jiourfutry
wo have a fiwt cas * L > un ry , h-r
we are pr.-pared lo do LMU dry W rk
in grand siylo for Ji tlo monoy. This
a'so enables u < to offer a L undricd
Shirt for 8150 madu of W m5u5t %
Miidlin , 2200 Linen , and rciuf .rc-d
fronts This is our reat bargain. C ll
and convince joursclvei cf the above
mention * d facts.
OMAHA SHIRT FACTORY ,
1207 Farnham St. , near 12lh ,
near Caldwell.Hamilton it Co. ' * Bank.
REDUCTION IN PRICES
An liid catcd Itcluir.
Siiinplc Tens ,
2c , gcod valnc. ami other Te : Kr. * fc , * dr ,
58c , and upna'dr | | > uiit d , n < l irtuntg.Tco
with rcn-li j rnil feM , iiiilnU wirr i.l ( > ; toinlt ,
orthe uoui. ) willto e'midnl. T til era.
Gn titnl "olTtc. c. l.'cunl Oc , F.n KII Sompl *
CVSte. He ; U cw It.ot.tTtr , ac ; OMIWII OUt-
h.t'ieC. a c-- : . i\ one I'EUKXUnO.N I LKM >
Ci ( IiC j > ut i p in ( .lint Jr * .
liitt'neC'utinn. 1 ni. riool , tc.
> o thur r-iLtrm , tc.
Ja > tt < * iH.d Mt jttl'irid i r'cvtnr 'r. ( c ,
b iiiJ Uv ilvaitin ] i.ts lu\e brtn r. [ . ! nlthtJ
an < l cn' r-c-I.
Come and See.
s Tie D'-fl c > ni.lrtr | jMrrtmtnt ID
Jraaha i.d > t iic ) > n Lrlo * ell i < mj tltor
H/-K1NC IUni > n : Ucaiu4 npnara
FL.VVOI.1.10 fcXIl.A. TO-Al t-cr | boltlo
II. ll Up 4 > < l.
KS fcXflS > t Be a 1 . .ttlo.
MIOK ULAChl > Cii | tc. 81OVK BL.CKLNQ ,
Ur s box at Cc. Ci.OTUet-.IJ.NK , firtn 8 to 15c
< ch. CiijTIIl-b riAS.2dozrn Jortc. 8UOB
I ) HUSHES , EC , lc i.d ijiwiids. ticrub Btaab-
tr , 6c. ll'inc Trushrp , lie C iet l : k , Se.
Toilet. aps tt tic a tli sen tril npw rili > . Ine
hip , c. IVpjcr Paocc , > nd IrttKb Alu taid ,
lOccatb Hop lUndim. lie. AxV On cue. 8
forlEc. Coin blaicb.S : | rr pound. Utrodrj
Stircli , cztrm riiahljr | , it tic per pvur.it. Citron.
Urania .TiJ Lun it Teal , at SOo fir pound.
K1. w nd < Milen Wure cln | > . WMh
Hear dn , IBc. rrcnn * . Jor 2.V. Hiid Trod In
cnopnu. d paika n with Cut tlo Fbh L'onc it
Tobacco and Cigars.
wti : & r j'n I u.Lim st 50c per pound
ilcleuf K.ncCutat COc p < r ruui-d ; teat
brand of PIiicToticccoat Kcp rprU'iL
We tell JCctljarkr fcd-i/t Mr t try
Snpcilo- quality of Sirup * rt IPCfer gallon.
IZSOprrJcg. I.AUNlRKf.MStoliI : at hot-
torn prices. Ml El ) I BC1T > , litra quality at
low prices. CKACKKHF. bm In msilctindai
cheap aa the chtaooat.
\Ve hateabo M > d tlmfollowlD ; fwrll to our
tock. nlilch wo pmpiwe to fell cheap :
Uampbur Gum , Wtil'e Wax.
Sulphur , En. Jam. Glngrr ,
S-iIt Peter , LuHAnum.
Alum , Mquoita 1Tf. \ .
Aqja AmmouU , ttrriiirthrrliiz I UfUl
Cubebs , r tl Wl > l > .
Spertnadlle , WhIUnjr.
Pills , CutUa
Castor Oil. Uarjnna.
ilachlne Oil , Caraway P" .
Justord Seed , Calrdomon Seed ,
Sulphur Camphor , Tar 8" D ,
Glue , Gumble.
And an Immense Variety of
Other Goods too finmer-
oos to mention ,
which we pledge * ourselves to sell
cheaper than other Dealers. Don't
Forget It , nod give us a call. Exam
ine goods and compare prices. Spec
ial rates to parties buying to tell
again. Orders from the country
filled. Prices guaranteed and sent
0. O. D.
REMEMBER OUR XVXBEK ,
113 North Fifteenth , adjoining L.
B. Williams < S Son , Dry Goods Store ,
W. R. BENNETT & . CO.
Capitol Ave , , Opp. Muonic HaJJ ,
OMAHA. . NfcB.
HURRAH FOR THE LEADERS
AHEAD OF THE TIMES !
Bring on Your One , Two and
Three Cent Pieces. You Can
Use Them at the
CASH DRY GOODS STORE
L B. WILLIAMS A SONS ,
Cor. of Dodge & -
Oppctjte F9ft9e ,
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