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THE DAILY BEE.
E. ROSEWATEREDITOR. .
OCT. Coryinv I KIOTO ivo will alwayfi belwA
to heir trom , on all matters conrccted with
crop * . < xunlrj po'itics , am ou any subject
hau\cr. of cciieial interest ) } to the jioojile c !
; urSt te. Any infoinnUon connected with
tt * elections , ar d retttirR ! to Roods , accident ,
' will be padly rectivtd. All such commuulca-
tlotehowiicr.murt te as brief as i = ib'c ;
and the must w " CM"1 * " 'ttcn on one
THzHAliEor'WRnTR.in fu'J.nust in each and
* * rywxam3xy any
wrat raturesoc-.tr This i * not intended for
riubHati.n.bulJ > .rocrotta tatifa < .toa and
u rrccf of good Jiitli.
J .vcocnic > T ! of c c.da.cp ! : for omoo-ftlittb
" " 3 * Ir csd , and whctbtras
< < - H t-df cr no-
to tie Editor ,
UMS or ccrrmuatcatlnns are
Ball ! cctnireUor-f are rrsdn simply pcreoial ,
t adMl ! t * charged tir as adrcrtlwrrcnts.
TEW fCTfirrim'ontribuaVns cfa Iitor ryor
Foeti-3klcbiir ctrr , anu v/c will cot undertake
fop'itcrvocr nsmo the f me m am case
* lu.Vrcr. Cur etaff Is wCdcntj largB to
aove tt a supply our limited tp cc.
AC eonziinnlciUcns : > 'bruldhc mJf'rcBSfO ' to
E ROSFXVATni. Editor.
"The legitlature thalt pars latce ( o mrrert
| nlutes cn < ? prevent u jvff dirrnminaliott
aw cxiyrtwn in a ! ' rlnrqrs of crprcti , trie.
yrvp\cnd raibv-l mpnni't w this Unte
nru2 enforce tiifh laws ' / Mlcqvatc ptnalttu
< o ( he extent , ifrr ! ar.f. for thai pvrpott ,
' , * f orfrifur * cf their ptvfKrly and fran-
r.'hlit ! . ' ' [ Sec. 7 , Art. 32 , Xwbrackn Con-
NATIONAL REPmiGAH TICKET.
TOE TEESIDCXT :
JAJLES A. GAnnr.LP ,
CHESTER A. ARTHUR ,
"VicroJ'.v or ilcath" shrieks the
'Memphis Appeal. And the general
opinion is that it willho much ncaier
dealh than viclorv.
A FAUETiors cxchan o attribatca
the prescnco of co many Bharks in
ICew York bay to the fact that they
nmeli eomethhig dead on Governor's
IT hab liecu discovered that the
Jutcst "Hancock Campiign March"
h a been most appropi lately stolen
from one of Heothovon'a funeral
THE democracy are clamoring Inr n
olisnge. The change moat needed is
change of the ( lemnorti'ic front on
the right of republicans lo vole for
whom they please.
"Mw. Tiii Ejr is supposed to bo di
recting the dcrr.ociatic campaign in
New York. New that 1'elton is
xlead. the venerable cipherer will hav
lo find EOino other scape-goat for his
TUE Glolc-I > cmoerat says that JJan
cock's lettr is simply a democratic
caucus resolution on dress parade
and the only thing certain" about it 11
that it Tvaa not -mitten by Jcre Blacker
or any other politician in the posses
eion of good puns * ? .
THE Bloomington Art/us / thinks
that in view of the late reports o :
damages by drought in our state , it i
li'ghly important that XebraBku'a dit ,
play at the state fair should dieprov
all false reports. This is a very gdod
suggestion. The reports of the suf
fering of our agricultural interests by
drought have been much cxapgorated
and should bo vigorously combatte
by a fine ditsplay at the coming fair.
THKIIK is a general howl in paper
taking the Western Associated Pres ;
report over its failure to send the re
port of the democratic miificatior
meeting held last week in Xcw York
THE BEE was the only journal west o
the Mississippi river which prcecutei
rte readers wiih any account of tha lt
uproarious puw-wonr , and in this as in
fifty other instances -nithin the lae
two months proved the superiority o
itB Wegraphio reports.
THE two democratic factions in K
York don't unite worth R cent , and
Krlly is being most effectually snubbed
by the Irvius hall branch of the de
mocracy. The Buffalo Commercial
-caya , apropos of the difficulty which isis
reuniting f rom this treatment of Kelly.
"John Kelly don't object to beinj ;
regarded as a Eort of prodigal son , but
he wants o clear understanding about
thb fatted calf. The Tilden plan ap-
panrs to be to keep the calf and kill
the prodigal. "
GAMBLERS in Hutsia ore evidently
subjected to unpleasant restrictions.
It appears that Prince DemidcfT , who
recently lott seme § 3,000,000 at card-
playing , has recovered the greater
portion thereof. The winner was
Count Schouvnloff. His cousin ,
Count Louis Melikoff , laid the matter
fcefore the czar , who sent for Schouva-
IctT , and ordered him to return seven-
nights of the sum ho won from Demi-
doff. The command was promptly
obeyed , and tbo loss io the prince was
reduced to something under 5400,000.
papers arc trumpeting "
abroad the alleged fact that Kansas
leads the rest of the onion in the per
cent , of increase of population us
fhown by the present census. It only
ucedE a short examination to show
1 ho falsity of this insertion , and to
prove thftt instead of Kansas Icadin ?
Nebraska in increase of population ,
Kebraska'a gain haa been over 100 per
cant greater than that of her neighbor.
Ja 1S70 Nebraska's population was
a 'trifle over 122,000 , while Kan-
fas was credited ith 364,000. In
1380 Nebraska has 452,000 , and Kan-
i-as 000,000. In 1870 Kansas hsd
three times the population of Nebrss-
la , while in 18SO ehe has less than
twice Nebraska's population. In ether
ircrda Nebraska's gain in the last ten
ysars has been 375 per cent , while
Karma has increased less than 250 per
csnt. These comparisons effictuplly
dispose of Kansas' claim as far as it
concerns our own state. Thera is lit
tle doubt that when the full statistics
of state growth are compiled Nebraska
will.fshow the greatest per cent of
growth of any of the western ttat ' 8 ,
icd therefor * of any cf the saxes is
tbevU'nica , ' -
THE presidential campaign will
open in earnest during the preisnt
mouth , and mcst encouBging reports
f < _ r the republicans come from ali sec
tions of the country. The greatest ex
ertions by both parties will be made
in New York and Indiana , while more
more or Itsa doubt will attach to
Cumecticut , New Jersey and Califor
nia. Tnallthesestatesclassedas doubt
ful , the prospect for republican success
as the firat month of active campaign
work opens , is bright and encourag
ing. Mr. Whitelw Reid , in a recent
interview in the Cincinnati Commer
cial , aerer-ls his belief that the repub
licans will carry New York by .1 good
majority. The business men are op
posed to any change which might
hazard the commercial interests of the
connlry. The party is entirely united
and admirably organized. Senator
Uonkling ia moat hearty in his support
of the ticket , and will throw himself
hr.o the canvass with all his energy.
Tn ludiana the prospect is still
brighter. The democratic nominees
for governor and vice president are
decidedly unpopular. The partisan
decision of the supreme court annul
ling the constitutional amendments
have lost the democracy many votes.
The fact that Indiana holds her state
election in October hss caused botht
sides to redoubla their csertiocs. The
state will ba literally covered with
bpeakers from home and abroad. As
surances have bsen received
of visile from Senators Conk-
Lng and TMijiue , Attorney Gen
eral Dovcm and General Tom Yourg
of Ohio , in addition to scores of other
d-stiuguished republican kadcrs. The
democrats open their campaign on
August 14 , when 102 speeches will be
delivered in various portions of the
Governor Smith , of Wisconsin , lias
just returned from the Pacific coast ,
and reports that California , Nevada
and Coltrado will ceiiainly go repub
lican. As for Oregon , the governor
says the democracy have no reason to
hops for a shadow of victory in that
to the action laken by
Gov. Nunce in regard to Auditor
Leidtko's -with-holding of the in
surance fees , the BEE says :
This is H xerv f > orinns inatter , and we
hope for the fake of the liigh * tamlmf ; of
the jmrtie1 * concerned , that it is nothing
but ape i-on.il < juavel.
The attempt to depreciate Gov.
Nance's action by intimating that it
la imp red by a "personal quarrel" is
a malicious inspiration of factional
prejudice ; end is , besides , false in
fact. Gov. Nance has no "personal
quarrel" with Auditor Lsidtke.
Indeed , their personal and offi
cial relations have been such as to ren
der the ourse which Gov. Nance has
felt constrained in duty to take a most
ungrateful and painful one. Gov.
Nance has acted , courageously and decisively
cisively , under a asneo of ollicial and
public duty. And in this course he
has has not only done the state a ser
vice , but ho has done the party that t
elected him to be tha people's execu
tive a timely and important serviea.
Had silence been kept now ,
ihc opposition journals would
have gotten hold of the "irregu
larity , " a legislative committee
would have been appointed to inves
tigate , and a democratic minority in
that body would havcEpeut the session
in making capital out of the trinsac-
tii n. Governor Nance has simply
done his sworn , oftisial duty ; and
whether cr not it shall transpire that
the courts shall sustain the executive
in his demand upon the auditor ,
Governor Nance will have proved
himself an honest , courageous and
faithful public servant in bringing so
hnponant n matter to prompt and de
cisive issuo. [ Omaha Eepublican.
When the above paragraph , which
the ntpulUcan attempts to distort Into
sn attack on Gov. Nance , was written ,
the only information we had on tha
controversy between Gov. Nance and
Auditor Lcidtke was the telegram that
appeared in the Republican Saturday ,
headed , "Naneo and Leidtke , " and
which began as follows : "There was
soina trouble to-day between the j > ov-
ornor and Auditor of State Lsidtke ,
ov r insurance fees amounting to sev
en thousand five hundred dollars , "
We expressly stated at the time
that we reserved comment until full
particulars of the controversy reached
us. The Lincoln pipers placed the
matter in its trus light , as a difference :
of opinion regarding the interpreta
tion of the statue , which the supreme
court will settle by its decision. Now
that-ire have road the correspondence :
between thcss officers , we do not hes
itate to express our approval of the
coune which the governor has pur-
uued. The only thing that wo arc
surprised at is , that ho has not taken
such steps long age.
Governor Nance will hardly thank
the Jlepttblican for classing him aa an .
adherent of the faction which that
piper represents. Everybody in Ne
braska known that the liepu 'dican ism 8is
owned tvnd controlled by the Union
Pacific and edited and published in ihe
, intcrcit of thai 10r
Nance can hardly afford to identify
himself with the politicians who de
pend on the Tnion PaciBc for their
existence. THE Bnn has not as yet
placed him into that category ,
TUE remarkable census returns from
southern cities and villages give am-
pie ground for the suspicion that there
has been a preconcerted scheme among
southern political leaders and census takers -
kers in order to increase the southern
representation in congress. With the
exception of a few towns in Virginia ,
Florida , Alabama and Texas it is a
notorious fact that there has been no
increase in votes from immigration
either ' from the north or
foreign countries , and that
the natural Increase of population has
been discounted by deaths and remov
als. The pertinent question naturally
comes up how it is that the south
shows a rate of increase almost equal
to the north , into which ths tide of
immigration is constantly flowing.
N. J. O'Connell French , a grandson
of Daniel O'Connell , the famous Irish
liberator , ia an inmate of the Dnbnque
county jail , not for any crime against
his fellow-man , but because of his
lone uncontrolled sppetita for intoii-
catinp liquor. Haisanedccitedman ,
with zcs literary tastes , acd froratis
prison c&U r rectly sent TheDabuaca
" - ' - - - - - -
a besutifuUy-Trritten poea.
A THRIVING TRIO ,
Successful and Extensive
Farmers of Saline
Tlie Town of Friendvitfe Flour-
iahing Peculiarities of
Campoadeflt * of IPS Esr-
July 29. Saline
county now numbers 14,500 and
Friend is one of its institutions a
live town of 605 inhabitants , which it
does one good to visit. Hon. E.
Vfhitcomb is virtually its founder ,
though Mr. Friend homestcaded
where the town now is about the
same time 1870. There via little
appearance of a village for years ; five
years makes up the life of the place.
2 Friendville is surrounded by a choice
sweep of country , which is occupied
by Rome of the beet farmers in the
will bo considered by his neighbors to
hare r rich t of first mention. Coming
in at an early day with more children
than money , he haB developeda aplena
did farm of 400 acres , which he had
the wudosn and foresight to cover
first and foremost whh proves and
parks and afruu orchard , not only of
appk'B , but meat of the email frui'B. '
The treus are now g-nnd. For milea
of section Imo rowa of trees have
grown into shady avenues , or long
stretches of liaiber aoventy-Sve feet
high. Hia sheep y-ird and hog yard
ere perfectly shaded with thick groves
of maple or bos elder. Mr. Gibson ,
with the help of threboya at home ,
cultivates this year seventy aciea of
wheat , as much of corn , and raises
besides valuable herds of cattle and
lie s by the hundred. But this ex
presses only a part of Mr. Gibson s
success. lie lua settled fiva sens on
farms adjoining , each of the beys ,
chips of the anne block , having cov
ered their own farms with trees and
fruit. Together the family farms
cover nearly eno thousand acres of
JK < * Y CROWLEV
adjoins the Gibson's on the north ,
beine on the line of Seward county.
Mr. Crowley'is a pre-eminent exam-
pip of what industry can accomplish
on Nebraska soil. In 1870 he came
hero with $1 whih he laid out in
broad. The B. & M. were just setting
ting stakes for the prospective road.
There was no water , and the problem
of nel'i ' and M indmills not settled. So
Crowley smght wood and water on
Johnson creek , three miles from the
railroad , insieidjof pitching his tent
where Friend now stands. No mut
ter , he now hss 300 acres of land , 200
of it under cultivation ; has this year
85 acres of corn , 70 of wheat , 15 of
barley and 10 oat ? . Wheat is nearly
harvested in splendid condition.
Crowley has besides a choice lot of
horned stock , horses , and the usual
drove of hogs. As fast as possible the
farmers are manoging to net largely
enough into the stock business to sell
their corn in the shape of live animals
rather than at 12i cents cash.
The former paya doubfa , besides hav
ing some returns to the land.
t. r. COTTON
is another of the solid farmers of
this precinct. lie has IfiO acres well
improved , with barns , sheds , etc.
Mr. Coitoa believes in less work and
better returns , so ho sells no corn ,
but feeds it to his stock , raises no
small grains and dots much in the
dairy lino. It is not sure but Mrs.
0. d'oubti about the saving ; of work
by that stroke of policy , but it pays ,
and tbo butter of the Cotton land
is Rood. Mr. Cotton lives two miles
north of F. , and Gibson and Crowley
five miles. Other choice farms abound
hero , but I must pass them till another
does .1 large and flourishing business.
It has two grain clcva'or * Watkins ,
run by steam , and the Watsons , by
horse power ; two hotels the Saunders -
ders and Commercial ; three hardware
dealers Kreidler , McDougal and
Slagg ; the six leading dry goods and
general merchandiee dealers are
Frondfit Bros. , Johnson > t Co ,
Frantt & Enckley , Woodruff , E
Whitcnmb , who is ale postmaster ,
* nd Wells & Me.cath. The latter
firm , however , has just Bold out , it is
understood , to its creditors. Beiidea
tbo usual number of grocery , drug ,
furniture storei , etc. . Friendville has
a good ps.per ( The Telegraph ) , now
published by Perry , late of Nomaha.
POLITIC * ) .
There is a sound cf busy prepara
tion for the coming campaign. The
prcsidenlil c intest of tame because
Iho republican inajoiiiy la so great.
County matters are petting lively , it
looks as though JJ. M. Wills of The
Crcto Union , would run for the sta'e
senate. If nominated he will bo
elected. He is popular with the
faction opposed to Dawes and
is likely to be supported by Dawej.
This latter fact is one of those
strange changes that hmo sometimes
brings about. In 1876 Dawca would
sooner have helped the gentleman of
the tail and cloven foot than n. M.
Wells. Time straightens out many
crooked things. When the birds
come home to roost , wo may see more
turns of the wheel before the cam
paign is over.
At Wither the opposition to the Garfield -
field club tjrew out of the feeling that
Mr.Dawca was manipulating the
thing , when it should have been left
to that precinct to manage its own
affairs. I report it as I hear it.
J. W. A.
IOWA BOILED DOWN.
The Catholic church at Vail isbeinc
improved § 1000 worth.
The Boycr Volley fair will be held
at Dunlap September 21-3.
The hay crop for 1880 is the largest
and best over cured in the stats.
The Algona creamery makes as high
as 1100 pounds of butler in a single
Governor Gear will address a har
vest fcomo gathering at larlor , Auc-
The old soldiers of Benton county
have a reunion at "Vinton , September
14 and 15.
The people of Atlantic by a vote of
219 to 121 have decided that they do
not want water works. iom
bioiis county has its first ateam
thresher. It has jobs on hand ag
gregating 30,000 bushels.
The Presbyterians of Woodbine In
vite sealed proposals until August n6
for the erection of a church.
Eobert Carr , of Jones county , ialOl
years old , and is reputed to be the
oldest living man in the stats. heof
A California lion , or something of
that sort , is roaming about ia Har-
dm county , and feasting en hoes.
Davenport boasts of having glucose
works tint ara successful and in no
wise objectionable on account noof
A linseed oil mill is to bs bailt at
j once in Atlantic. It is a private en-
, tarpris ? , and about 530,000 viH 3ba
inverted n it.
A Herd of 635 head of yous
pused thrcngh ocdbice the other
day bound for grazing grounds in
Tha republican congreision&l eon *
vontion for the Third Iowa district
will assemble at McGregor , on tha
15th of August.
Whltelaw Reid's agent passed
through Muscatine Friday with fifty
New York boys , destined to find good
homes < among Iowa farmers ,
The Uonticello banks paid to the
farmers * , for milk checks connected
with the creamery business there ,
s 20,000 for the month just ended.
The Iowa Agricultural college is to
b an extensive exhibitor at the com
ing Iowa state fair. A separate wiag
of ' farm product hall is to be set apart
for its use.
About two thousand tons of hay
have been contracted by eastern nar-
ties \ , to be delivered at the hay press
in Hanson after October 1 , when
called : for.
A street railway is proposed be
tween Cedar Falls and Waterloo , a
distance of six miles. The one in op
eration between Cedar Rapids and
Marion has been very successful.
By the breaking of a pulley the ton
weight of the Dubuque town clock
fell the other day to the base ot the
tower , a distance of 70 feet. The
working parta of the clock were not in
jured and the damage will goon be re
Oedar Rapids' board of trade placed
a resolution on file last Friday eve
ning , guaranteeing substantial aid to
thn glucose enterprise wheneier the
DPS Moines parties could submit a
definite < proposition.
Contracts for 45 more houses on
the West Fork end Little Sioux lands
have just been closed by Close Bro.'s
& Co. The English colony , presided
over by these gentlemen , have brught
over $1,000,000 to northwestern Iowa
W. J. Bettii , aaid to bo the oldest
Drintcr in the United States , and the
oldest person in Linn county , wiis
buried at Cedar Rapids la-it week. Ho
waa born at AVilton , N. H. , in 1780 ;
entered the printing business at Rut
land , Vt. , in 1800 ; was editor of The
Middlesex Gazette in 1812-13.
Beatrice will have an Episcopal
Lincoln is moving for more fire
A SchuylerGnn manufactures ar
Jefferson county people deinnnd
a court house.
West Point will erect three brick
buildings this year.
Valparaiso has an elegant naw
briuk block building.
Ulysses is to shortly have a mam
moth steam elevator.
Southern exodiuters struck Ne
braska City last week.
Plitte county has a postolfice
called Looking Glass. ,
The honey crop promises to bo
largo in Fr inklin county.
Ashland is to have a fair on the
last days of September.
A good hardware store is among
the needs of Dakota City.
Some of the timber claims near
O'Neill are looking splendidly.
Red Cloud will soon commence
work on an Episcopal church.
Oak Crook , InncastT count3' ,
has a 15,000 mill under way.
A Lincoln man IR making prepara
tions for building a now foundry.
The name of Arcade , Polk coun
ty , has bon changed to Shelby.
Excavations ara now boinjj made
fora § 10,000 brick hotel in Sewart.
The Richardson county jail was
delivered of two of the worst criminal ; .
Ttio B. - M. is building a depot
at Newark , nine miles east of Kear
The peach crop in Johnson
county is reported as an entire fail
The foundation of the B. & M.
round house at Lincoln is nearly fin
Hebron claims to bo the beat
painted town in that section of the
A large elevator has been com
menced in St. Paul by a now qrain
Lincoln men are subscribing lib
erally for premiums for the county
Niobrara still attracts many pros
pectors , and naturally secures many
It takes four daya for the mail
carrier to travel from St. Paul to Fort
Fremont is erecting : more build
ings during this season than any pre
TheC.B. & Q. stock yards at
Nebraska Oity are to be enlarged and
Through trains from Ohicugo
over the new Plattsmouth bridge by
The census of the Winnebago
tnbn of Indians was to be taken Aug
ust 2 and 3 ,
Unidills , Otce oounty , farmers
are to establish a market association
on the 17th.
North Platte Episcopalians will
soon be/jin / building a neat parsonage ,
to cost § 2,000.
Rum was the caiuo of the down
fall of the defaulting treasurer of
j A grist of new wheat has already
been received at the Pannobrog , How
ard county , mills.
Th3 colored people of Nebraska
City are calling for separate schools >
for their children.
The people of St. Paul are happy
over the reduction in freight by the
U. P. to that point.
Wisner'o plow factory , at Red
Cloud , was burned to the ground last
week. Loss , § 12,000.
The colored people of Lincoln
have commenced work on the founda
tion of a now church.
The U. P. intend building stock
yards at Brady Island , about twenty
miles cast of Noith Platte.
A vast amount of lumber is going
over the B. & M. to the new towns
along the line of the road.
The Nebraska City National bank
will hava their new building ready
for occupancy by August 20th.
The Nebraska City distillery has i
bean purchased by a Cincinnati man
and will soon be started up.
The Lenis Cook
carriage > ry
of Camp Washington , Ohio , will es
tablish a branch factory in Lincoln.
The carpenter-work on the new
St. Joe & Western passenger depot at
Hastings is finished , making a neat
TeoumEeh Is in need of small
dwelling houses and her citizens are
looking for a capitalist to invest on a
Dakota county has tbres aaw
mil's ' and three flouring mills , so aitu-
eted that every settler will be conven ;
ient to a mill.
In some eectlcm the new crop of
prairie chickens ia slid to be exceed-
in2-y thin , oirin ? , it is rhoueit , jdto
Hail itor-rs. -
Sines Use witter the Meters.
Chrkscn hire paid out $40,000 rs.Is
freight on baled hay ehippsd west
Preparations ara miking tor
building extensive B. & M. stock
yards at Lincoln. They will cover
The Sioux Oity Journal says the
St. Paul company will likely build
even more miles of road in Nebraska
next year than this.
Solt county people are petition
ing for the establishment of new pre
cincts , at , the present ones are too
largs for election purposes.
A teat of the new transfer boat of
the Sioux Oity and Pacific across th
Misaauri , was recently made , when
140 cars were crojsad in ten hours.
The Pawnee County Agricultural
society has purchased forty acres of
land in Pawnee City and will fence it
and lay off a half-mile track immedi
On August 20 Olarksville will
vote on Issuing bonds for building a
bridge across the Platte at that place.
One builder desires the contract at
S. H. St. John , of Cadar Rap
ids , propossa to build a foundry and
machine shop in Falls Oity , providad
the citiEaris famish the ground and
take SLOOO in stock.
The Beatrice flouring mill has
been improved so that now it cnn turn
out 80 barrels per day , requiring 400
bushels of wheat daily , making a
homo ma'rket for 130,000 bushels
A hard working B. V M. em
ploye in Lincoln had hta houae burned ,
and the next day nearly enouahmoney
was raised among fellow railroad men
to build another shelter for his family.
A . J srd-working young man ,
> hn TeesSale , living five miles southwest -
west of Wi'ber ' , was thrown from a
bnckit-g mule nml kicked so that he
died of paralysis two weeks after.
The Lincoln board of trade 1ms
appointed n committee to co-operate
with a similar committee on the part
of the city council in a'sisting to sink
trst wells. The board contributes
S200 to aid in the work.
Niobrara considers hcnolf the
natural shipping point for stock from
the Niobrsr , * ranches , and thinks it
would V > e * ho correct thlnifnr ; th *
C. , M. & St. P. R. R. to build stok
A flouring mill will eoon ba com-
at Ord that will contain four run ol
burrs and have a cuoacity of five hun
dred bushels every'24 hours , if necea
sary. The mill will bo run by a 48
inch turbine wheel , and the watei
supply is unlimited.
The brings pcrofs the Platte at
Kearney will have to ba abandoned.
Constant use without repair has
rendered it unsafe and Buffalo county
can't and Kearney county won't pay
for fixing it and BO it will be closed.
A family by the name of Harris
living in the northeast part of Webster
county were buried in their dug-out
recently by the falling of the roof.
Some members of the family sustained
From all the older settled coun
ties of Uio etate come the meat fia.t-
tering reports concerning the fruit
crop. Apples are in creator abund
ance than ever known before , and the
same may be said with regard to the
Madison feels the need of a town
hall and court house , and it 13 proposed
to donate any individual who will put
up the building ? r > 00 for the use of the
hall for a court room and for four
county officer ? .
A Boone county man sheared 201
pounds of wool from nine sheep , be
ing an average of twenly-ono andone-
half pounds to each lleece. One ewe
sheared thirty pounds , and one ram
thirty-four and one-half pounds.
These were Spanish Merino sheep.
-S. H. Thatch , while buying the
right of way for the E. V. railroad ,
in northern Pierce county , was at
tacked with a piece of iron by a man
who had a grievanca about the loca
tion of the road bod. Thatch wai
unconscious for three days.
Work will commence on Eissr
Bro.'s new slaughter house in Nebras
ka city this week. The building wil"
be 24 by 40 , and one and a half stories
high. A packing house , ice house ,
renderinfj ; houses , etc. , will immediate
ly be bailt , and everything put in
running shape by November 1.
The Presbyterians of Ninhrara
are to build a § 1500 church , § 1000 to
ba raised by subscription and thi
residue to bo donated by the Prenby
terian building board. Of the sum
required 5842 baa already been raised
and the prospect is that the church
will be built this year. The Method
ists will bave their church completed
abou ; the aarao lime.
BucKien's Arnica Salvo
The BEST SALVE In the world i o ;
Cats , Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , Ssl
Rheura , Fever Sores , Tetter , Chapp
ed Hands , Chilbhins , Corns , and nl } j
kinds of Skin Eruptiona. This Salvi
is guaranteed to give perfect antiafnc
tied In every caao or money re fcmded ,
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
8dly J. K. TSH. Omaha.
'I.V\rALVABLE FOE PILES AND
NVt. . , September 19.
"J tuffcrcd greatly for years from Pile ,
nncl trieil various remedies for relief with
out succcs * ! until I used Kidney Wort. If
the diaeaeo shows symptoms o'f return , as
has been the ewe , I have never failed to
chcch it by the use of thii medicine ! I
have a bon eleven years old uno had for
years uniformly wet his bed nights and
all the prescriptions of different pliysicinna
v.'cro ineffectual in checking it. I was as.
mired by a physician that "Kidnew-Wort"
wns just t-e merhcino lo cure him , and
Bure enough n trial was completely euc-
cesefnl. I regard the medicine invaluable
for Pile * ) and Kidney diseases.
"SAMUEL BULLAED. "
Hous sufferers , vie
Urns cl fa * , or and
ACUO , the mercurial
dlecMcd patlsnt ,
how- they recovered
health , cheerful
eplrlts and peed
ippotlto ; they will
Uill ' you by tak-
i3iMiioxs * LiVJir
The Chrapcjt , Purest and Beat Family Mcdl-
tha in the World.
KorDTSPErsIA , CONSTIPATION , Jaundice
Bllllous Attack' , SICK HEADACHE , Colic , De
prcsaion of Sfirits , SOUIl STOilACU , Dei
Burn , Etc. , Etc. i.ed
This unrivalled Southern Remedy is warranted
not to contain a Bingio particle of MIF.CURT , .edor
ny Injijrioua mineral eubatance , but ia
Purely Vegetable orto
containing thosa Southern Roota and Herbs ,
which au n'd-wije Providence has placed In
-ouatrica whore Lher Disease most prevail. inIt
will cuie all Diseases caused by Derangement of
tha Liver nd Itowels.
i Tun BTAIPTOMS of Llier Complaint are a
bitter or bad taute in tha mouth ; Pain In the
BackSido3 or Joints.olton mistaken fortlheUTna-
tlgm ; Soar Stomach ; Lo § of Appetite ; Bowels
a'to-Ti&tely ccstire and lax ; Headache ; Lets of
- Memory , with a painful sensation of rmln : ; fail
ed to do something which ougnt to have bean
done Debility , Low Spirits , a thick yellow ap
pearance of the skin and Eye ? , a dry Cough of
ten mistaken fer Consumption ,
Sometimes many of the e symptoms sttend
the disease , at others very fcwbut ; the Liver , the
larjjost organ In the body , i * frenerally the Beat
of the dlsMie. and If not regulated in tlme.srcat
sufferlnr ; , wretchedness and death will ensue.
I can recommend ai an etScacloua remedy for
disease of tha Liver , Heartburn and Dyspepsia
Simmons' Livr Heyulator. Lewis 0. 'Wunder
1626 Magter Street , Assistant Peat Ulster
"We cave tested Its virtu's , cerscnaJlv , and
ovf tfiit for Dyspepsia , ElllloasntssJ and
Throbbing Headacbo , i td the b st rsedidie th <
world e\er saw. We have tried forty other
rsraodiea before Einmocs' Liver Regalatcr , but
aenecftheaaaT8 us asrethan tcrcpoiary re-
J ef : bat tfcs Beeulstor not only r J ved , bu
cured ut. " Edfter TeUrriph
G ; .
J E. 32IiI r & CC i
STRENGTH and ENERGY ,
WJTUCUT THE USE OF DRUGS. ARE RE
QUESTED TO SEND FOU THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW , AN ILLrSTRATED JOUR
NAL WHICH I ? PUBLItiHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION .
S" rvou , Exli 1 tlag nd Painful DIMIU * . Ererj
ouHfCt that b ns upon hiltbrJdhaoin bapr'nt1" ' .
r ns lt ntijn in UrS" < - e'l tb * nunr < ii -
ions a'hed bj ttifftring invalid * , who fc * d * j-i.red
} f H cart * , are Ls ner01t And valuable lufoncstinn
3 loluntef 14 i to ill who art ia n f i of mr-lieal d-
rfco. Thi subjm uf El i Tic Eflte icrsui MeJifin- ,
ud th hundred lad one question' cf ! itupoi-
tancs to mffciuiz buioisitj , are dul } ocMd-red
irJ others who snOr from Xjrrom and Flmical
Debility , J , ' of Mm ! ; Ti or. rrerrsture Exiiju-
nou nd th inanv gluemir cousrqBti.i't * rf nrly
indiKKttion , ttc."aie upecblly bvCtfited by c n-
tuIliUL' Us cnctsnts. ,
TlirELECTKK KEVTETV pMM heunmiiiiatp4
ftniili irncticrd br qmc s tl mdic I iinrostors
whorroft * to "practice lardi'nw , xnd foln' * o it
the cnlTsife. itupli ! , nj tSectnp ic-.d l.jUsilib
Visor , nd Dndilr EuergT.
fceud lour iJlreis on pc-tal ccrd f r a C"pr , acl
[ farui.itii.n worthtbouiRB'lsr ' ! * D'-nt j u.
Additsi th pablithi-r- ,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO , ,
COR. EIGHTH and VINE STS , , CINCINNATI , a
SANTA CL.A0S FODND.
Greatest Discovery of the Age.
Wonucf ul dl covcries In the vrorlil rm ebeen made
Among other things where Santa CI u etajed ,
Children oft aU II ha makes trooda or not ,
If really he lives In a. mountain of snow.
Last j oar an excursion sailed clear to the Pole
And Huddenlv dropped Into what gccmedlikeuhola
Whore Bender of wonders they found a newland ,
rt'hilo fa'rj-like ' belnps appeared on each hand.
There were mnrntaina like ours , with more
And far hrlgh'ar kles than cter were leen ,
Birds with the hues of s rainbow were found ,
While flow era of exquisite frasranco weregrof
Ing around. , ,
Not long were they Eft tp wonder In donbi
A belli. : BOOII came th8/ had heard much about ,
Twag Santa Claus' self and thli.tt.ey all say ,
He Isoked like the picture t tsee every day
Uo drove up a team that looked very queer ,
'Twos a team f grasshoppers ina'.cad of reiudwr ,
He rode In a shell instead of a tld l ) ,
But ha took them on toird and drove them
Ho showed thorn all over hid TV undcrful realm ,
And factories miking ( 'oods for women snd rasa.
Furriers were morkiu ? on haw preui and small ,
To Bunco's thev aaid they uurofendiuj them all.
> \rii Kinzle , the Glo-.o Makertold them at uncc ,
All our Glotes we are aondma to Bunco ,
Sa ita showed them isujpendew and many thlny-J
Saymir 1 alsa took those to friend Bunco's store.
Santa Claus then ahldpcred a totrct Iiu'd tell ,
Aa in On aha e\erj one knew Bonce well ,
He therefore should tend his goods to his care ,
Know ins his fileds uill get their full piiaro.
Now remember d eh r8 in Omaha town ,
All who want presents to fiance's go round.
Forehirts , collars , or jrloves great ami email ,
Send your sister or aunt one aiid all.
Bunco , Champion Hatter Of tie West , Doujlii
Street. Omaha _
JNO. G. JACOBS ,
( Formerly of QUh fc Jacobs )
No. 1417 Kurnliara St. , Old Stand of Jacob Ola
ORDERS Br TZLKQRA.1'11 SOLICITS
* * IT. I * . Block , I6th St.
Fresh anl SMt Mcata o all kinds constant
oa hand , prices reasonable. Vegetables In 6Ctt8
on. Food dalheied toi ur part of the city.
Wil AUST ,
jjj yvaa S4t
Jon'S , E't. Stk and lOlh Sti , 031A UA.
First qualitj distilled \Vitio and CiJer Vlnojar
of any strength below eastern prices , and war
ranted just as oed 'at nhnksslc snd retail.
Send for price list. KHJfST KHEBS ,
Machine Works ,
J , F , Hammond , Prop. & Manager
The molt thorivurk appointed and corri'lcte
Michico Shops and Foundry Ui the state.
C&ititvrs of every dtncrl ; > tlon manufactured.
Engines , rumva aatl every class o nnchinerj
made to orucr.
Special attention riven to
Weil AnKHrsPilIeyn , Hangers ,
Simftum , Bridge Irons. Gcer
Cutting , etc.
Plans for new Maehlnerj'.lleachanlcal Draught
I up , Models , etc. , neatly executed.
9KO nnrnow St. . R f _ 14t anrt Ifitn
PASSENCEH ACCQMMODAriON LINE
OMAHAAND FORT OMAHA
Connects With Street Cars
Corner of BITvDtR3 a .d UAMlLT (
STREETS ( End of Red Line ) as full-irs :
LEiVK OxAHA :
650 , * S 17and 11 19a in , S OS. L f.7snd':2nm :
LEAVE FOUT I'MAIIA
7'16 a ni. . U ti a. nt , end l'J45 ; ] ' . m
4.CO 6 15.indfa:15p. : rn
wTho S 17 a. m run , lev. In omaha , end th
i 00 p. m run letting Fort Omaha , are usna'ly
loaded to full capaciti wl'b reiulir pa sengeri
Tr.e f 17 am ru i will be made frr m the post
pfacs , corner of Podjn ami 15th bnrht
Tickets cm i p ocursd frqra itreat oar drlr
irs , or from d here of luuta.
FAKE , 25 CE > "T3 , J.VCLUJJIXO STKE FT CAR
A. F. RAFERT & CO.- ,
Contractors and Builders
t'lno Woodwork a SpocU ty.
Agents for the Eimuistic Tiling
131(1 ( IIOPOK = T OMAHA
/ i-/vi't7ic52Cffr3-5 > * iai ?
T-'L . < -f .a act s vFat iTr.iris1
llear what Ex-Mayor tttney , an iaJhiontla
and prouiinunt citizen of I' ' JUR , ia\ § :
Plnr.i , O , Hecimber V ) , 1S78
The Dn. EosASRO JIsp CIKS Co , Fiqai , 0. :
1 feel under uian obllgatioia t
ou fur tha reluf offorde-l mo ly the usoy' jou ;
aTa'uablr medicine , Dr lcsan'o's ! liheumitii
Cure. I have been for many jca-s a mEere
from Chronic RheumatUra , suffo'lnf at tlmw
moat cicruciatin ? puhe , and dt.7iipi [ . rno o"
many inch's * lieD. After consuUins a nurnbo
of pliuciara aud ulitniain ; nu rtlitf , 1 com
incnccd uainRjour 1'htiimatic Guru and aftc
using four hottles , and taVIn the Dioo l rurifle
in conutfliivn Mltli It , 1 nm absolutely cured , trei
from an } pain , aljlc to attend to my bm
Kst.nr perfe Hr cnmfortaljlo at mzr t.
Respectful y your ? , S. n. OARVET
i'HKK Dr. Coianko's Treatise on Itktuma
tfftn and filrs lent an apptiratian.
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co.
PIQLA , OHIO.
0. F.OOOI [ > iIAN ,
m21.d.twil Accnt. Orra'i ' * .
AVER'S AGUE GUB
For thespesiiy relief of
vor and Ague , Intermitlcnt Fever ,
Ohill feverPiemittont FoverDumb
Ague , Periodical or Billions Fever ,
&c. , and Indeed all the Affections
which Arise From Malanoua ,
Marah or Miasmatic Poiaona ,
Has been widely used during th
last twcnty-Svo years , in the
treatment of thwo dlatrosain ?
i tZM tOsewca , and with tuch nnmrj--
inzsuccesi that it has eaincxl the
reputation of being infallible.
Th shakes , orchills once broken
- by It , do not return , until the. disease Is end
Iracted again. This has ma < 39 'lt an accepted
r medy. and trusted specific , for the Fever and
Ague of the wcat , and tha chills and fevers idof
Ayert Asjue Cure eradicates the noiioas pols
on from the eyetm , and leaves the patient as
well befo'e the attack. H thorouchlv exwls
thedl ea e , so thit no Liver complaint ! , Rheu
matism , Neuralida , Dyeentcrj or l ebillty follow
the cure. Indeed , where Disorders of the Liter
and Bowels haie occurred from JII * matir Pos
on , it remotes the cause of them and they disap
pear. Not only is it aa effectual nro , but LJlf
, ialten occasionally by patiocte exposed to mal
aria , it nill expel the
, poison and protei-t tham
, from attacx. Trareera : an3 temporary rs'ide ts
ia Fever and AguA locaUtics are thus enabled to
dcf v the disease. Tha General Debility which \ iso
so apt to eneua from eoatmucl pxposare to
JliUrii and UissmJ.has no ep tdi r rerc 4y
LIVER Co'fyl PLAINTS ,
! it is ia ex-sUeat rady. .
D ? . J. O. AYB3 & CO. ,
Practieal and Analytical
SOLD Si" ALL DEUGGI TSAKD _
Bujine s 'ransscted same aa that cf n Incor
Accounts ktpt In Currency or fold subJKt to
st2bt check without notice.
CertlScates of deposit Issued payaVl * in tbrM ,
six and t elve montht , bearing intereit , or en
demind without interest.
Advances mada to 'ustomers on approved .
cuntiiM at mcrktt rates of interest.
Buy and sell cold , bllia of ncharjo OoTern-
unnt. Suto. C un'y anil City Bonda.
Draw &i.-ht Drafta < n Fn land , Ireland , Sot-
Iiad , and all parts cf Europe.
Sail E .ropean Pitssre Tickets.
nOUEGTIOHS PROMPTLY MADE.
u. s DEPOSITORY !
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OMAHA. .
Cor. lath and Farnbam Streets ,
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
( SUCCESSORS TO KOUSTXC BRO1 : , )
m.HBLIbUED IN 1S50.
Organized M a atlonal Bank , August I" , 1S63.
Capital and Profits Over$300,000 ,
Sr clilly utlioriiedbytheHecret.irT' > rTreaiury
to receive Subscription t ih
U. S. 4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICER * AVD DIRECrORS
IIK N Kor.vrzK , TrcsHent.
AiMisttM KOCSTZII , Vice Fresilcnt.
H. W. YAr . i athier.
A. J. l'oPtKTOv , Attorney.
Jous A. CR IOIITON.
F. U. DA\H , Ass't Cashier.
TliiJ bank receives deposit without rejard to
amount ? .
Isiuec tlmo certificate' bearln ? inMrost.
lra ) a draftion Sin K.aacisco and principal
citiecf the United J-tates , sis. linden , Dublin ,
Edliiburah and the principal cltita of the conti
nent of Europe.
Sel paasige tickets for Emigricts In the In-
man line maylJtf
REAL ESTATE BSQKE3
Geo. P. Bemis1
SEAL ESTATE ACEMCY.
IClh fc Douglas Sts.t Omaha , Neb.
This aeency does sTRicTiT a brok nuc bnsl-
ness. Does notspeculate , and therefore any baf-
p > ins on ita boohs ais Insured to ifj pttrona , In
stead of being gobbUd up by the agent
S50GGS ifc I91LL.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
JVt > 1'flS Fitrnhnm Street
OMAHA - NEBRASKA.
Cffii.eXorti tide opp. Grand Central UoM.
Nebraska Land Agency.
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1505 Farnliam S'i. Omaha , JVeir ,
4W.OOO ACRES carefullj selected land in EasUra
Ntbra I l for sale.
( Ireal Barpalntin imprcved farms , and Omaha
O.'F. DAVIS WEBSTER SKYDEn ,
I-ite Iind C'nm'rU. P. R. R. 4p-ttb7tf
BIKCS RFFD. J.r,1VI3 RSIP.
Byron Heed A Co , ,
BE AL ESTATE AQENOY
Keep a connlcte abstract of title to all H al
Katate io Ouulia and Dousli * County. mavltf
Cor. E.indolph St. & 5th Ave. ,
. CHICAGO ILL.
-Z * T"
PRICKS REDt't'El ' ) TO
82.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY
Incited m the lujinees cent'e. comenlint
k ) pUc-s of amuoemvnt Elcian'furnisheil ! ,
rontainirc all mixleru imprnrernentg , p ( encr
flnvs or , fto. J JI CUJIJIINUS , troprietor.
for.MAKKETST , < L BROADWAY
Council Bluffs. Iowa ;
On lice o ! S'r ' Railway , Omnibui 'o nd from
all tn lns E VTESPrlur lio'T , 33 00per daj ;
fljr 32 f0 per > Uy ; tli rd H or , 3J.CO.
Tlio bctt f'lrr.lflhwl an.I mint cum nodiou ? hon o
In the cltr. OEO. T. I'llEJ-rS. Prop.
IRA tl'lLiSON - J'ROPKIETOU.
The Metropolitan n ci'Utrally located , and
Cr t o'asa incvc'v resiujct.havingreoctit'ybwn '
tnlirey remn-11. ! Tlie piii.h" will find It a
comtortable end bnmqlikc house. niar5f.
Sclniylcr , Neb.
fliot data Home , Good Meals. Good Beds
Airy lUyrns , and kind and accommodatlne
treatment. T > oed e.imp'e roome. Sf
attention pnid to rommernal travelers.
S. MULEIf Pron.
. , . ,
Schuyler , ,
Laramie , Wyoming.
The miner's resort , good accommodations.
arjrr parople roota , char ei rcajomble. Special
attention ztren 'o trarollnar men.
U- _ H C. HILLURD. Proprietor.
INTER -OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
FlrBt-cl * § ' . Fins la'ze Sample Knomi , ens
Hock from depot. Trains Btop from 20 minutes
to 2 hours fnr dinner. Free Eua to and from
D pot. Kates S2.00. $2.50 and ? 3.CO , according
to room : B nglo meal 75 rent5.
A. I ) . BALCOJI. Proprietor.
ANDREW KORDEN. Cnlcf Clerk. mlO-t
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CQ.'S
Weekly Line of Steamships
? Kew York Every Thnrsdty t 2 p. m.
England , France and Germany.
For Pagaaee app'y to
G , B. RiGHARD & CO. ,
General Piiseng'i Agwitt ,
Jun621-Iy 61 Broad-way. New Tork
U. B. BEEMER ,
Eatlsr t .
Eunar , ul'-'r , Gi = s , Eax1 , i
s- . a = d A tat hi BOOTH H
1856 3.SSC ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A COMPLETE STOCK FOB
STYLISH AND GOOD , NOBBY AND CHEAP.
We have all the Latest Styles of Spring Suitings , an Elegant
Stock of Heady-Made OlotLine : in Latest Styles. Gent's Famish
ing Goods Stock Complete-
HATS , GAPS , TRUNKS AND VALISES ,
In fact the Stock ia complete in all Departments.
Don't Fall to sec our Custom Department In charge of
Mr. Thomas Tallou.
M. HELLMAN & CO./
* la)1 ( ) & Jong Fai.nham Strectf
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN :
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD I
A Positive and Permanent Cure
InallcaiortGrav ? ' , DUb rf , , Drop v Brjhf ) ( i Disease of h
Kidn v , Incoctmencw . and Ketcnt'on f t'rioe , Innamition o
th" Kldnfy. . Catarrh cf tha riaiUrr. Hi.h Colornl Crm * . P ln
In the Ba k. idorLior , K rvoti We\knfM , * nd In fict all
disorder * of tbo BUdd-r nd Diin'iry Organs , whether contract
ed by p'ivate dwvor : i > thn wv Th 3 great remeJy bi m
used with uucctss for neorly ten iu rs In 'nnc * . with the nx--
wonde-ful curative . ,
effects. It mrtibv absorption' no na'iffvu *
Internal mcclcir.ps bclnc r iniretl'e hare hundreds of tertS-
inoulals of cures by this Pd when all rtio h d fu'cJ-
LADIES , if you are sufferlnc fmm Teniale Weakness. Leucor-
rho o , or dlfwcsn peculiar to f > ma' 3 or In fict any iliBCTuo. asV
jp-ir ilrni/irrt fur Prof. Ouilmette't Fro.ich Kidney Fid. and
lake no other. If bo rmnotautlt. "end SiflB and you will
recciie tte l' d by return mail. Addrcs * O. S. BuncU ,
FREXC1I PAD CO. ,
_ Toledo , Ohio.
PROF. CUiLVIETTE7S ! FRENCH LIVER PAD
Will positively ccrf Kater ami cu . DunIgn , Ajrue Cah * . Hiilloua F T r. Jauodif n Pysp v U ,
ano all disesfes of the hirer. Momicb and BIoo-1 1 he pad cure * by atovrptlun. and t < p tin nf > .t
Akk jour ilriugistf-Tthls pad and tak ao othur If h do * > notkMplt , tnd JIJO t < tu FKXNCH
VAD tO , , ( V S. Braiuh ) , Toledo , Ohli. . an.l r.clr It by return mall. KUIIS A CO .
Carpet ! ngs ! Carpet ! ngs !
Old Reliable Carpet House ,
1405 DOWLAS STREET , BET. 14TH AND 15TH
IIST 1868. )
Carpets , Oil-Cloths ,
Matting , Window-Shades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc.
STOOK IS THE LARGEST IN THE WEST.
I Make a Specialty of
WINDOW-SHADES AND LAGE GURTAINS
And have a Full Line of
Mats , Rugs , Stair Rods , Carpet-
Lining Stair Pads , Crumb
Clothes , Cornices ,
Cornice Poles , iambreqniiis , Cords aiid Tassels ;
In fact Everything kept in a First-Glass Carpet House.
Orders from abroad solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Call , or Address
John B. Detwiler ,
Old Sellable Carpet House , OMAHA ,
The Only Lithographing Establishment in Nebraska
Drafts , Oheoka , Letter Bill and Note Headings , Cards ,
Bonds , Certificates of Stock , Diplomas , Labek ,
ete. , done in the best manner , and at
Lowest Possible Prices.
M. R. HISDON ,
General Insurance Agent ,
PUCENIX ASSURANCE CO. , of London -
don , Cnh Asse'd. . . .jB.107,127
WE37CHESTEK. N. Y- , Capital 1,000,60 }
TIIE MKKCHANTS. of Ifewvk. Jf. J 1,000,001
OIRARH FIREfbUadelphiaCapltal l.COO.OOO
KORTUWE3TEKN XATI < JXALC p-
Ital . . 800,000
FIREMEN'S FUND , California gCXi.OCO
1'KITISU AMERICA AS3UR4NCECO 1,200,0-JO
yEu -lKFIREn.S. . CO. . AtMts. . . ? 03. W
AMERICA ? CENTRAL , AswU. . . 300,000
Southeast Cor. of Fifteenth i DouI s St. .
menS-oUy OMAHA. NKB.
E.A. FOWLXS. Jiais E. Ecoi
FOWLER & SCOTT ,
i-ildiiject try iesdsric ; o =
er e t . Ws i ± r itieTer 23
; a = 4 sif rf = t 3i-
= M . Plsrs icd
irt sotlc * .
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