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THE DAILY _ BEE
B BO3EWATEB- EDITOR
COSORESS opens and David DavU
hare his last opportunity to mot KB
T organisation of Farmers1 Al
Hancce throughout the etate ls a
cheerina ign that the people are dej
tormined. lo take part in th < movei
mcnt ior their own prottction.
Rosa'casily defeated Trlokett in the
ialtrnaMonal acnlUng match on the
TiurucPlait Saturday. It takes
American oftrtmen to how foreigners.
. don't consider
hii time spent in visiting General Oar-
field lost. If that geological survey
Dchom * don't pan out M expected the
professor still hu hopes that thoee
5Iontorslettprs won't miscarry.
CIEBK ADAMS of the house of rep
resentatives promptly announces that
he will be prided by law in making up
the roll of the house. This is startling
if true , and as undemocratic as it is
THE international fleet , organized
for the coercion of the Sublime Porte
aud the cession of Dolclgno , has di -
persed. It Is understood that should
concert of the powen bo necessary it
ir 111 reassemble.
NOTJVITHSTAKDIKO the cold weather
the entries for the senatorial race are
taking their daily 'exercise with the
irisatest ; regularity , and promise to
make an orcillng contest next Jan ry.
Thosa who bet on Pad. against the
field will dowell to ask for heavy odds.
JOE HART , of TitrfA , has beenjbi-
dieted for ftrimical libel , and has
made such a terrible boUsh of the
basinecs as &n advertising scheme that
the .stockholders of that sheet are
crying , "Take back the Hart thai
Ihwu gavest , " with deep earnestness.
THE BEE sympathizes with the
Scrald In its troubles with the proof
reader. The Herald" * proof-reader
furnishes the brains for the Douglas
olreot contemporary , and we under
stand , has been offered a position oft
that sheet as collaborates with the
ABE HEWITT studies in handwriting
have been prosecuted with much
earnestness since his failure in the
Morey business. Abe would make &
good engrossing clerk in the next
congress if ho wasn't debarred by re a
son cf holding down a seat in the
house. _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A SNTDEB scheme than the one
practiced on republicans by the un
lawful counting out of Ballantine , has
never been practiced even in Nebraska
politics , if we except the attempt to
oust Measra. Doane , Howe , Paxton
oni MoShane from the seats to
which they were elecUd In Douglas
"M. FERPIXAKD H LSEBBPP'S
Panama canal scheme seems likely o
accomplishment. Enormous sums of
money are B ld to have been spent in
advertising the scheme , and shares
old on Saturday in Paris went off at
a premium of twenty francs. A large
number of shares will be disposed of
In this country through a syndicate
of American bankers.
TUE fact thai no members of the
Euperor William's family will be
present at the forthcoming fete at St.
PatorsburR is said to have created an
unprecedented sensation. This Is all
right , but -when our regrets are
brought to the Czar we fear that In
ternational complications may ensuev
and Secretary Evarts' jaw breaking
dispitches be called Into requisition
It is so easy to offend royalty.
AN IMPERATIVE NEED.
The state of Nebraska has now two
medical schools , one in Omaha and
one at Seward. Whether or not the
opening of each schools was a mistake ,
once brought into legal existence they
should be enabled to prosecute their
work in a legal manner. At present
both are -merely preparatory to the
higher medical education and are en
deavoring to lay substantial fonnda
tions on which their students may
build up their future medical success
The study of practical anatomy is the
buis of all medical and surgical
proGcioacy. It can only be success
fully practiced by means of ditsection ,
Subjects for disioction matt bo pro
cured by thoio institutions for the use
of their students , and if not provided
by law , universal experience teaches
they will ba obtained by the desccra
tion of our cemeteries.
The revelations of last Saturday's
eearch In the dissection room of the
Omaha Medical College were doubtless
startling to our citizens , but were
nothing more than might have been
expected , because the state make *
no provision whatever for the medical
instruction of ito citizen * .
THE BBS joins with hundreds of
Omoha's citizens in demanding that
this subject receive prompt attention
from the next legislature. A law
should bo passed providing that under
the proper restrictions , the bodies of
unclaimed paupers and criminals be
furnished to our medical schools for
purposes of scientiGo study. This
would furnish an adequate solution of
the difficulty and would protect the
graves of our oitizms from ruth
less desecration. Heavy penalties
should also be imposed upon grave'
robbers find should be rigidly
enforced. The present condition of
affairs is disgraceful. A medical
necessity can only be satisfied by
commuting a crime. The proper leg
islation would remedy the matter
without injury to the feelings of any
one concerned. Let the next Ne
braska legislature by all means ; pan
a law legalizing diswotion nnder rigid
restriction aad private material for iU
THE OPENING OF CONGRESS.
The closing session of the present
congress , which has just begun ,
promises to be one of no unusual in
terest. The principal duties devolv
ing upon it will be the passage of the
appropriation bills for the support of
the various departments of the gov
eminent. From present indications ,
there j will be no necessity for an extra
session. i The democratic party feel
that i they have nothing to gain by an
obstructionist policy , which was so
decidedly condemned by the country
at the late election. The apportion
ment bill will in all likelihood be loft
for the next congress to pass , and the
indications are that there will bo more
work and least wind in the -present
setsion than has been the case since
the democratic party obtained possession -
sion of the national legislature.
The railroad lobby is of course on
hand with unlimited brass and a cor
responding amount of means. Gould's
endeavor to open tip the Indian Ter
ritory for the benefit of his stock
jobbing schemes Is hardly likely to
pass. It seems prcbable that the
efforts of the railroad managers will
be less devoted to obtaining legisla
tion favorable to the railroads than to
preventing the passage of UWH detri
mental to their interests.
Congress will be called upon to
make provision for the refunding of
the 6 per cents , of 1881 , and will
doubtless accept Secretary Sherman's
recommendat to that end. Any
legislation on the silver question
will probably fall of attenUon. The
present excellent condition of the
national finances should effectually
shield them from congressional tlnkt
ering , notwithstanding the wish
es of eastern monometallism.
The question of lutornal improve
ments , as brought up in the river and
harbor bill , should attract the atten
tion It deserves , and in effort will be
made to cut off minor appropriations
and to confine the expenditures to the
large rivers and ports moat intimately
concerned in the carrying and export
trade of the country.
As the present congressional session
will be the death bed of the democratic
party in the house of representatives ,
it Is to bo hoped that the members
will exhibit a death-bed contrition for
their past sins and die as decently and
quietly as possible.
THE London Times fifteen years
ago announced decisively that the
finances of the United States were
hopelessly Involved and nothing but
repudiation neeii bo expected from the
government. Saturday , the same
journal , referring to the proposed re
funding of our national loan , remark
ed , "Happy is the nation that has
such an opportunity and ! s strong
enough to acoomplifth It. " With a 3
per cent , loan the United States wil
borrow at the lowest rate of interest
of any nation on the globe. Such is
the happy result of twenty years of re
THE bids for Douglas county court
house bonds must be highly satisfac
tory both to the county commission
era and our people at large. The rate
of interest , when the premium of 3
per cent , is taken into consideration ,
Is the lowott at which bonds have
ever been placed in our state. The
rivalry among capitalists for their pos
session proves how high our county
credit stands among investors , and
evidences their faith In our future
THB HtraU is terribly agitated
over the question of cut stone in the
new court house. If the fftrald had
its way it would probably erect &
building something after the style of
its own office , with brick veneered
front , joist sides and a tin roof.
Douglas county , however , is building
for all time , and will insist upon a
tructure safe , sound and aubstantia
in every particular.
STATE PBESS COMMENT ,
It is the duly of the members o.
the state senate who own themselves
to select their own committees , and
not allow the Union Pacific lieutenant
governor pack the committees the
way he did two years ago.
GIN 11KCASTER COUJflT AFFORD Jl
In every legielsture since the caj.i
tel of Nebraska has been located I'L
this city It han been expected that the
members of that body from th ;
county should devote their entire en
ergiea to secure appropriations to
build additions too and maintain state
buildings which are local
ed here. Our members are sup
posed to be for sale on eve > y
other proposition to accomplish
thia. If a United States tcnator is to
be elected they are supposed to go"
with every breeze and satisfy every
aspirant In order to secure his in-
flnence forthe necessary appropriation.
They are supposed to straddle around
everything and do nothing and be
nothing. They are to vote every way
on all temperance bills. Tetotalere
and temperance fanatics are to be sat
isfied and whisky men must be certain
that their interests are watched , over
by the delegation from Lancaster. In
other words they are to be perfect
weather cocks. Now the question is ,
do the people of this county desire
such representation ? Wa do not be
lieve they do. Any appropriation bill
which cannot be
passed without re
sorting to tricks and trades of thia
kind deserves to be defeated , and 1 hem
, ° believe that this constituency
will be best represented by men who
will decide everything according foils
merit , regardless of what may follow.
THB GRIP OF MONOPOLIES.
The time is not far off ( wo place it
at two years from the list election )
when the people will ask themselves
this question : "Do we control this
country , or do the railroads run it in
their interests ? " For the past four
years the grip of two powerful railroad -
road corporations has been upon the
throat of every citizen of the state ,
and no person has been elected to any
Important position unless he first con-
sited with and pledged himself offi
cially to support everything and
anything that they might de
mand. This is & very sweeping a
sMicnaatlcn but is nevertheless true ,
* gd . ' ! something no Nebraskan
* ' " 11 f 1 J - '
the nsxt important election ocouri a
formidable party Trill present itself ,
anti-monopoly in every particular ,
There may be some effort made for
relief at the , next meeting of th e leg&-
latncB.bat it iriH be all in vaini * ' The
majority of hemembers elect expect
too much of-nilroads to do anything
contrary tbXtneir wishes , therefore
this body isay be looked upon as
especially calculated to do their bid
A rout. rue.
The Omaha Republican , the feul rag
on which Jay Gould wipes his nose ,
makes nojtiempt-to conceal.the fact
that it Is the servile slave and hireling
for this monopolist and enemy of the
people. Such a sheet , fostered and
kept np by railroads aud political
prostitutes , is & foul blotch on Nebras
ka journalism and a burning shame
and disgrace to'the party which it-
polutcs by iti advocacy.
AiacnJS AKD CARK3.
The Lincoln Qloba aays : If Dover-
nor Nance is really a candidate for
the U. S. senate , the most foolish
thing he ever did WAB to allow Cams
to get tha office of lieutenant-gover
nor. He will find that a hard load to
carry and don't you forgot it. No
one questions bnt what Nance would
make a good senator , bnt there are
thousands who think that Cams would
not make a good governor.
The sentiments of Tht Enterprise
on the nueitlon. [ PawneeEnterpriso.
We also subscribe to this without
reservation. [ Feoumsah Ohiel.
Histintjs XebnsVxn. fc
Paddock had counted on Nance arJd
Dawcs. But already he finds they
are not Paddock chickens.
Paddock said everybody was for
him. Before he gets through , ha
will find a good many t'for" him with
Clay County Globe.
Paddock's paper , The Express , of
the State of * Beatrice , is so confident
of that gentleman's election , that it
says "balloting by the next legisla
ture will be but a mere matter of
form. " Wd would suggest that TSS'
Express belongs to a sanguine breed.
BItiLS I INTRODUCED.
Thsjer County Sentinel , f
'Ain't ittimo Paddock should order
a reprint of that volume entitled ,
"The Bills I Introduced , " supple
mented by , "What I Know About
Reading My Patent Address to Agri
cultural Societies , " and advance sheets
of "Recollections of a Mis-spent Po
litical Life. " 1
JPUREK GOOD HEAEOS5.
The QmA&J\tpublican , the Omaha
branch of the Chicago Inttr-Oteati
and J. Sterling Morten , of. Nebraska
city , ire trying to work Uo a boom for
the appointment of PW. . Hitchcock
as secretary of the interior by the
next president. Toourbuoolio nictt
there are'several reasons why ws _ dot .
-t I it * i Jt it t ( * *
state. Secondly , other _ gentle
men of prominence more nearly fill
the bill who 'have ttio cbnfiSehco of
Nebraska republicans. Thirdly , Ke-
braska , with her three electtbal Voles ,
has abodt afi m'ich oiaftn on a cajinet
ofUce as Dundy county would to one
of our principal state offices that la ,
a very thin one. And lastly" , our
power and presMga friend , who pre
side * over Tne Republicanmult' } re
member that Nebraska was only to bo
recognized in case Grant became
Steele City has organized an or *
cheatrai . ' J
Alma fs to have n flturing mill
early in the sprh.i ; .
Buffalo conntr has a population
Stewart's medical school hss
twenty pupil * in attendance.
West Brand , Pawnee county , hni
a tinging class of 50 scholars.
Wolves are reported numerous in
Hamilton county ,
Pawnee City is dreaming cf a
rcund house and machine shops.
A Catholic church it being erect
ed at Glencoe.
A new bank is to bo ctarted at
The Masonic fraternity at Nio-
brara are organizing a lodge.
Antelope are reported as quite
numerous in Cedar county.
Central City is to have a dramatic
and reading clnb >
A Catholic church is to be erect
ed next spring in Tecumseh.
Falls City will soon have two
breweries in active operation.
Lincoln complains of a coal oil
A Furnas county wool grower has
imported eleven thoroughbred bucks
into the county.
-The soldiers' Thanksgiving and
reunion at Aurora netted the boys in
blue 550 ,
A lodge of the Equitable aid
union has been established in Hum-
A resident of Ponca has obtained
SI300 back pension And an annuity of
Ice in the Nemaha at Tecumeeh
is ten inches thick ; and a heavy crop
is being harvested. '
_ . . "
Republican "Valley once
more rejoices in regular mail com
A business boom IB in progress al
Steele City and a number , of new-
stores aio being put up.
Gage county Good Templars held
their quarterly meeting at Sicily on
the 23rd inst. ,
From the products of a quarter
section of land in Otoo county J. S.
Morton raised $2400 worth of hogs ,
Six thousand people from the
east came into _ Nebraska in the laie
The railroad surveyors have loca
ted the grade from.TaWe. . . Rock , to _
Three hundred and seventy-three
pupils are enrolled in the-schools of
The health of ex-Governor wGar-
ber is "entirely restored and he'will
return home January 1. , .
It is said that twenty of the east
ern excursionists purchased " 560,000
worth of Lincoln city property.
The cost of Leidtke'a defalca
tion to his1 York county bondsmen will
be about $60 a head.
Welder' Yoster , of Lincoln , com
mitted suicide last week by taking
Lumber dealers in Ashland sold
300 car loads of lumber during the
Ten car loads of hogs were
shipped by one firm from Tecumieh
A Carleton nimrod killed a mam I
moth elk last week , which he disposed
of for over § 26.
Filltnore county farmers meet in
Geneva on the 10th inst to organize
"Farmers Alliance. "
The West Point postoffice has
been made a presidential office with a
salary of ? l,100per annum.
[ Ho bring tha water ftom
the city has been commenced at Kear-
ney. , The ditcE'Tflll.ba finished during -
ing ; the year. J
A farmer of Beavot City has
* planted.six acres o ! walnuliTand four
acres of acorns during the past few
five hundred teams and one
thousand men are needed for work on
the Republicair'VaUey road between
Nemaha City and Teoumaoh.
Lincoln's county commissioners'
have decided to accept the proposition
of o citizen to erect a building for
county officers at a rent of $1,600 a
' The Sutton Register has consoli-
dated-wlth The Clay-County Globe ,
and The Osoeola Home News with
The ice In the Blue , in Thayer
county , IB so transparent that great
shoals ot catfish cm be seen swarming
below the surface.
John W. Bell , of Falls City , and-
denly dropped dead in his father's
stable last weak Cauie , heart dis
The Physicians of Thayer county
are about to orgauca the Thayer
County Physicians Association for
mutual aid and re-search.
The whole state is suffering from
a coal famine , which the railroads are
vainly trying to relieve owinjto a lack
The demand for mechanics at St.
Paul is so great that it is almost an
Impossibility for one-half of those de
siring to build to secure bUlldeta.
Applause at thn acquittal of Hen
ry Valck , at Plum Creek , was prompt
ly 1 checked by Judge Gaslin and the
offenders fined for contempt of court.
Post Sedgwick , No. 1 , G. A. R. ,
gave a successful dramatic representa
tion at Kearney last week , thji play
having been written by a comrade of
A new town named Oarfield has
boon located on the Beaver about ono
mile and a half from Wihonville ,
Furnas county. A blacksmith shop
is already upon the ground , and a new
store is soon to be onened.
Charles Bader , of Platte county ,
, while returning home from Columbus
last week was thrown from his wagon ,
and being unable to help himself , was
frozen j to death during the night.
Mr. Walte , of Blair , while load
ing logs on the river , was struck by a
log and rolled against a s'.ump , pain
fully cutting his head and bruising
his limbs ,
. A movement is in progre85 in
Enox county to organise a new coun
ty out of the southern two tiers of
townships of Knoz and the ( northern
two tiers of townships of Antelope.
Freddie Kimball , of Dodge conn
ty , while out hunting last week with a
companion named Joseph Cusick , Was
accidentally shot by the latter Gve
bliokshot lodging In his leg. His con
dition at last accoiints was said to be
On last Monday the workmen
engaged on Kilpatrick'a contract
about fifteen miles west of' Blue
Springs , and on tha farm of Air.
Qirrard ; unearthed a humap skeleton.
Tha Bcull Indicates that it TVih that o !
& woman , not lets ; than forty-five
years of ge probaLly of Indian de
scent. Among other things discover
ed was a silver bracelet , a pair'of cop-
rjer aleovo-buttoiia one distinctly
marked with the word "rifle ! " Rnd
numerous beads. Several curiosities ,
such as a mastodan's tooth and oilier
bones , an old revolver , -with numerous
triukets , have been brought to lighten
on Shannon's work. The remarkable
part.ii that nearly all these relics are
found at a considerable depth. Bea
trice Express. . _
THE SWEAF-BOX ,
By Means.of Which Senatorial
Candidates are Keduced to
Pighting Weight ,
Judge Mason Lingers on the
Threshold , Calmy View
ing the Sufferers.
Platte County's Representa
tives Leaning Toward
The Temperance Question and
the Goal Famine.
Cormpondent * o ) the1 Bee.
COMMBUS , Neb. , December . I
have just been talking with members *
elect M. K. Turner and George W.
Brown , and am authorized to state
that a correspondent writing from
Lincoln is mistaken as to their sena
torial leanings. Neither gentleman is
pledged to Paddock or has aelecttd
Nance for second choice. In the in
terview an occasional sympathetic
reference to Paddock's cause very
surely indicates that they do not in
tend to oppose him ; and.an aversion
to the position of Nance in the fight
clearly points towards some other man
when the hope for success with Pad
dock fades ' away.
I ha'vo talked with discerning pol
iticians in Seward , York , Hamilton ,
Merrick and Platte counties , and am
satisGed that the selection of Judge
0. P. Mason , 6 ! Lincoln , would meet
with more universal approbation than
that of any prominent candidate now
sweating for the senatorial toga.
Though not formally announced as a
candidate , ] he js in the hearts of the
masses ; Ii recognized by the people as
one who will well represent the state
and win laurels la the councils of the
nation by his mentallorce.
Judge Cobb , of Lincoln , Is also
very highly spoken of in connection
with the senatorshlp , aud should he
bea candidate his popularity will
bring Wm support ; from unforaeen
quarter * .
Judge .Kaley , of Red Cloud , is con
sidered Eowe'a moit formidable
opponent for spaakerabip.The an
tipathy to Howe is much greater than
I' had supposed. Some of Paddock's
warmest friends have said that much
as they desire his re-election , they can
not follow a Hitchcock-Howo camp to
ascure it. 3 , C. Roberts , of David
City , is mentioned in Butler county ,
but this is evidently a moveof the
Nanco men to escape the odium
attaching to Howe's candidacy.
M. K. Turner and Geo. W. Brown ,
are conservative men and will careful
ly respect the wishes of the people
they represent. They are temperate
men but the temperance agitators need
not count on their support. Mr.
Brown is an agriculturalist and wool-
grower and may be expected to look
after the interest of his fellow craft.
Mr. Turner is editor of The Colum
bus Journal , and is also an attorney.
am given to understand that the }
will be conservative on the liquor
Col. Woodford has spent ten days
here agitating the subject of prohibi
tion , and was well treated. The men
who are opposed to prohibition , how
ever'held a "business men's meeting"
to-night for the purpose of raising
fends and devising means for frru-
g tha proposed amendment.
> rohrbitloo people may rett M-
ourcd that if money and talent will lie
potent their work will be counteracted.
Columbus is prosperous and happy ,
bar merchants are having a good
trade , and her workmen ara all busy.
The river Is covered with the thickest
coat of ice in many years , and. Ice
men are preparing to commence stor
ing it on Monday next. Columbus
has an excellent supply of ice > n3 it
U handy to railroad depots.
The coal famine extended over the
whole state , including Columbus , but
we have not learned of any great suf
fering in Columbus. A considerable
lupply of wood Is found along the
river and on the lalandsj and when
coal runs short the people use less
coal and more wood. The wood along
the Platte is of the cottonwood vari
ety , bnt plenty f hard wood is found
on Shell creek ) a few miles north from
Nehon Millet , * n old and respected
citizen of Columbus , died at his resl- (
dence October 30th , 1880. Mr. Millet -
let was born in Vermont In 1822 ,
and oamo to Nebraska in 1872 from
R&ine J , Wisconsin , where he had
been twenty-five years practicing law
in partnersWp with Maj. Ira 0. Paine.
Byron Millet , his only son , has been
associated with him in practice since
oomlnglo Nebraska , and will continue
to transact the large business built up
in the name of N. Millet & Son.
Mr. Millet's loss is felt not only by
the bar , for ho was a genial neighbor
and an eutorprising townsman. -
TUB EXFEBIENCE OS AN EDITOR'S
WIFE. I consider it proper to put in
n good word for St. Jacobs Oil , which
I do from my own experience My
wife had rheumatism for yeara , and
suffered very greatly ; she used very
many remedies withont relief. A few
months ago I bouqht a bottle of St.
Jacobs Oil andthe success
which attended its' use leads
me to recommend this article to all
similarly affected. The first opplica
tion acted like magic , and the occa
aional use of St. Jacobs Oil has pre
vented the return of thia great trou
ble with ila almost intolerable pain
I comider St. Jacobs Oil a great bene
faction , and advise all who suffer with
rheumatism or other painful diseases
to try this remedy , and they will see
for themselves that Ihave not said too
much in its praise.
E. E. RINN , Ed.
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Consumption , Coughs and Colds
Asthma , Bronchitis , e.tc. , ia given
away in trial bottlea freb of cost t (
the afflicted. If you have a bac
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hoarseness 'or auy adSStion of the
throat or lungs by all means give tm
wonderful remedy a trial , As you
value your existence you cannot
afford to let this opportunity passiVe
\Vo could not afford , and wduld net
giro thU fomfedy away , rinless we
kuew it would accomplish what we
claim for it. Thousands of hopeless
cases have already- been completely
cured by it. There is no medicine in
the world that will cure one-half the
cases that Dr. . KINO'H NEW DISCOVERY
fflll euro. For ealeby. . ,
. JAMES K. ISH , Omaha.
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Baokacha , Softness of iho Chest ,
Gout , Outns/j Sort ThfoatSwell
lngsahtf. Sp rains * ByteS
v Scalds , General Badly
Tooih , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Feet and Ears , and all other
' fains and Aches.
oa taiftflh bjb&li.BT. JACOBS On.
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B , Simpson's Specific
It Is positive cure forS pcnnatorrbea , Seminal
Woakn-sg , Impotency , and ail diseases resulting
from Self-Abuse , as Mental Anxiety , Io ° s ot
Memory " , Pains In the B ct or Side , and diseases
[ that lead to
an early grave
sent free to all. Write for them and get full
Price , Specific , tt.OOperpackaCT.orsix pack
ages for 5.00. Address all orders to *
J.B SIMPSON MEDICRTE CO. .
I OS. Hand 108 Main St. , Buffalo , S. T.
Sold In miha br C. F. aoc-lman , J. W. Bell
J. K. I jh ind all drnzgHts everywhere.
- " " ' * ,
i T irFarT T i iJ
VINEGAR WORKS )
ERNST KEEBS , Manager.
U&catictarer of all kinds of
Jatt St. Set. 9th ( tidlOtk ,
SHEELY BROS. PACKING CO. ,
PORK AND BEEF PACKERS
Wholesale and Retail in
FKESH MEATS& PROVISIONS , GAME , POULTRY , FISH , ETC.
CITY AND COUNTY ORDERS SOLICITED.
OFFICE CITY MARKET 1415. Douglas St. Packing House ,
Opposite Omaha Stock Yards , U. P. B. B.
ISH & MoMAHON ,
Successors to Jas. K. lab ,
DRUGGISTS AND PERFUMERS.
Dealers in Fine Imported
Extracts , Toilet Waters , Colognes , Soaps , Toilet Powderg&o. *
A full line of Surgical Instruments , Pocket Cases , Trasses and Birpwrtws. Absolutely Par *
Drugs and Chemical * used In Wspenilnj * . Prescription ! filled at any boor of the night.
Jos. H. Jsli. Lawrence
ivr ST3EC333Eia ? .
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER.
SINGER NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
The popular demand for the GENUINE SINGER in 1 879 exceedsd that of
any previous year during the Quarter of a Century ! n which this "Old
Reliable" Machine has been before the public.
In 1878 we sold 366,422 Machines. In 1879 we sold 431,167
Machines. Excess over any previous year 74,735 Machines.
Our sales last year were at the rate of over
1400 Sewing Machines a Day I
For every business d y In the year ,
The "Old Sellable"
That Every REAL &Wfi- Singer is the Strongest ,
Singer Sewing Ma- ? /3\S '
/ \ 'Oflft , .
chine has this Trade US < MM jpl\\tl19 \ \ Simplest , the Most
Mark cast into ther"Vl Durable Sewing Mac -
iron Stand and em- f c 6 ever Con-
bedded in the Arm of
, , - , . . straoted.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING GO.
Princial Office : 34 Union Square , New York.
1,500 Subordinate Offices , in the United States and Canada , and 3,000 Offices in the 01
"World and South America. Bepl6-d&wtf
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
Barineea transacted same M that o ftn Incor
Accounts kept In Currency or gold subject to
light check without notice.
Certificate * of deposit Issued payable In three ,
ilz and twelve months , bearing Interest , or on
demand without Interest.
AdvanctS mafia to customers on approved so-
cnritlei at market rates of latttert .
Bay and sell gold , bills of eichange OcTcrn-
rnetit , State , County anil City Bonds.
Draw Sight Drafts on England , , Ireland , Scot ,
land , and all parts of Europe.
Sell European Passage Tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
U , S. DEPOSITOR ? .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP OMASA. .
COT. 13th and
OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
( SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROS. , )
IgTASUSHJD M 18C8.
Org&nlieH aa a National Bank , August 20,186S. *
CapitalandPro tB Over$300,000 ,
Specially anthorlied by the Secretary or Treasury
to receive Subscription to the
U.S.4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN.
OFFICERS AND DIKKCTORS
Hmux Kemrrzi , President.
Auaunui Kocirrzi. Vice President.
H. W. Tins. Caihler.
A. J. fonumy , Attorney.
JOHH A. Cll'IOHTOa.
F. H. Dana , Ass't Caahler.
Thll bank receive * deposit tdthont regard to
Isruea time certificates bearing Interest.
Draws drafts on Ban- Francisco and principal
cities of the United States , algj London , Dublin ,
Edinburgh and tb principal dtles of the conti
nent of Europe.
Bella passage tickets for Emigrants In the In
man .lie. maylrttf
RIAL ESTATE BROKE
Geo. P. Bern
. . is1
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
16th A Douglcu Sit. , Omaha , Neb.
This agency doca BiBiCTtT a brokerage bral-
nee * . Docs notspecnlato , and therefore any bar.
gains on Its books an Insured to Its patrons , in
stead of being gobbltd up by the aeon t
BOGGS & RILL.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No IjOSfarnJiam Strut
OMAHA - NEBRASKA.
Office Forth Side opp. Grand CentrxlHotsl.
Nebraska Land Agency ,
DAVIS & SNYDER ,
1605 Farnham St. Omaha , Nebr.
400,000 ACRES carefully selected land In Eastern
Nebraska for sale. . ,
Great Bargains in improved farmi , and Omaha
0. F. DAVI3. WBB8TKB BNTDER ,
Late land Comr U. P. B. B. p-f eb7tf
KTBOH MK > . LXWIS UXB.
Byron Reed & Co. ,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Seep a complete abstract of title to all Real
Estate In Omaha and Douclas Conntr. mavlt f
Capitol Are , , Opp. Masonic Hall ,
OMAHA. - - - - - NEB.
T. S. HITCHCOCK , M. D. S. ,
from New York has located In Omaha , and
guarantees to dodnt-cUaiwork.
> entl Booms , over A , Cralckihank & Co.'i , Cor.
15th and Douglas. sep8-2m
THE GREAT WESTERN
Gco.B. Rathlmn , Principal.
Creighton Block , - OMAHA1
Send for Circular.
UNO. G. JACOBS ,
( Tofmerly of GIth & Jacobs )
Ha HIT Faraham St. , Old Stand of Jacob Oil
QRDXBS BT fSLSdR PU SOLICIT *
BRIGGS HOUSE !
Cor. Randolph St. & 5th Ave. ,
PRICES REDUCED TO
$2.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY
Located in the business centie. convenient
to places of amtnteracnt. Elegantly furnished ,
coniil lne all modern iraororementB , passenger
elevator , ie. fH. . CUMlllKOft Proprietor.
OCDEN HOUSE ,
Council Bluffs ,
On line o Street Railway , Omnlbm 'o nd bom
all trams. RATES Parlor floor , J3.00 per day ;
second floor. 32.60 per day ; third floor , 92.00.
The best lornlshed and most commodious honia
In the aty. dEO. T. PHELP3 Prop
FRONTIER HOTEL ,
Laramie , Wyoming.
The miner's ' feVrtg > od ecomnjod tlonf ,
arxe sample room , chxf EW rtwomibl * . SpedaJ
attention gUen to traveling men.
ll.tf n. 0 HILLURD Proprlafat ,
INTER-OCEAN HOTEL ,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
Flrst-cl w. Fine arge Sample Koomt , on *
block from depot. Traini itop from 20 minutes
to 2 houra for dinner. Free Bus to and from
Depot. Kates 82.00.92.60 and 13.00 , according
to roomVngIe mcil 75 cents.
A. O. BALCOM , Proprietor.
W BORDEN , Cnlef Cleric. mlO-t
UPTON HOUSE ,
Schuyler , Neb.
Flist-doM House , Good Vealg , Good Beds
Airy Rooms , and kind and accommodating
treatment. Two good sample rooms. . Bpecui
attention paid to commercial tra filers.
S , MILLER , Prop , ,
(1641 Schnyler , Neb.
Machine Works ,
J. Hammond , Prop , fc Manager.
The most thorough appoints 1 and complete
Machine Shops and Foundry In the state.
Castings of every description manutacted.
Engines , Pumps and every class of machinery
made to order.
order.pedal attention given to
If ell Augurs , Pulleys , Hangers ,
Cutting , etc
Flanstornew MachlneryMeachanleal Draught-
ng , Models , etc. , neatly executed.
56 Harnev St. . Bet. 14th end'.ISth.
ILER & CO.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS ,
_ _ Olif AHA ,
PASSENGER _ AC OMMODATIOH LINE
Connects With Street Cars
Comer of SAUNDERS and HAMILTOH
STREETS. ( End ol Red Line s follows :
LEAVE OMAHA :
6:20 : : , * 8:17 and 11:19 ft. m , 3:03 , 6:37and -"i"a-
LEAVE FORT OMAHA"i"a
70S a. m. . 9:15 a. m. , and 12:45 P. m.
' 4:00. : 6:15 : and 8a5 p. m.
The 8:17 a. m nmIeaTfcu onuha , tndtht
4:00 p. m. run , leaving Fort Omaha , axe CfnaJJy
Ioded to ( all capacity with regular passengers.
The 6:17 a. m. nm wfll be made from the posV
office , comer of Dodgs and lith snrehts.
Tickets can be procured from street cardriy-
en , or from drivers of hacks.
FAKE. 25 CENTS. 1NOLTJDIHQ 8TBE CAS
IB. IE1. OOOIK
Odd F UowaBlock. .
Prompt attention tfrea to orfcn by tf ! nph.
We call the attention of Buyers to Onr Exteiisive Stock of
AND CENTS' FURNISHING COODS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
We carrj * the Largest and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF fiOODS I < DMA
Whioh We are Celling al
CUARAMTEED PRICES ! (
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING
Is in charge of Mr. THOMAS TALLOST , wta
? reputation has been fairly earned , "
We also Keep an Immense Stock of
HATS , GAPS , TRUNKS AND VALISES ?
REMEMBER WE ARE THE ONE PRICE STORE ?
M. HELLMAN & CO. ,
mjleodiw 1SOf & 1803 Farnlia ? Street.
PIANOS ! ORGAN'S. '
. S. W
ACENFR ; CHICKERING PIANO ,
And Sole Agent for
Hallet Davis & Co , , James & Holmstrom , and J. & G.
Fischer's Pianos , also Sole Agent for the Estey ,
Burdett , and the Fort Wayne Organ
Go's , Organs ,
I d al in Piaacte and Organs exclusively. Have had years'
experience in the Business , and handle only the Best *
218 16th Street , City Hall
HALSBY V. TTTOH
DOUBLE AND SINGLE AC
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pomps , Engine Trimmings , Mining Machinery ,
ELTINC HOSE , BRASS AND IRON FITTINGS , Pfft , STEAM PACKING
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLS
A. L. STBAJTG , 206 Farnham St.rsflt OmnliB. Neb
HENRY HORNBERGER ,
V. BLATZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER I
In Kegs and Bottles.
Special Figures to the Trade. Families Supplied at Beaaonabla
Prices. Office. SJ39 Douel u > Sri-oof. Omahn
Carpetings I Garpetings !
J. B. DETWILER ,
Old Reliable Carpet House ,
1405 DOTOLAS STKEET , BET. 14TH AND 15TH
IIET 1868- )
Carpets , Oil-Cloths ,
Matting , Window-Shades ,
Lace Curtains , Etc ,
MY STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN THE WEST ,
I Make a Specialty of
WINDOW-SHADES AND LACE CURTAINS
And have a Fall Line of
Mats , Rugs , Stair Rods , Carpet-
Lining Stair Pads , Crumb
Clothes , Cornices ,
Cornice Poles , Lambrequins , Cords and Tassels
In fact Everything kept in a First-Olass Carpet Honse.
Orders from abroad solicited. Satisfaction uarante 4
Call , or Address
John B. Detwiler ,
Old Sellable Carpet House , OMAHA,1
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