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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : rlir SDAY SEPTEMBER 6 , 1881-
KNOCKING AT THE D&OR
3or ? Admission Into tha Union ,
Interesting Intarview "With
Senator Sau nd&ra , Chair
man of theOouimittoo
w Mexico anil Dnlrotn to Mnfco
Application for Admission
lto the Union.
ttcnvrr Itcpulillcan , Kept. 1
The Hon. Alvin Saunders , n , momA
1 cr of tlw United Stales senate from
the neighboring state of Nebraska , is
in the -city. A Republican reporter
waited upon him ynsterday itftcrnoon ,
in tlio office of the United Stales in
ternal revenue collector , J. S. Wolfe.
Senator Saunders is n gentleman of
iho thorough-going western typo ,
courteous and aflame. He was found
to bo very willing to pivo to the people
ple anything that might ho of interest
"toiUicm concerning the aims and ob
jects of his trip through the west.
Senator Sanndcra is on the senate
oommittco on Indian all'airs nnd on
> that of railroads. Ho also holds the
very important position of chairman
of the committee on territories , All
throe of these are very important
western committees , nnd cover u field
of labor for which , by reason of his
long residence in the west , the gen
tleman is well fitted. lie has just re
turned from a visit to Santa 1 < \ > , Al
buquerque and other points of interest
in Now Mexico and Southern Cole
rado. Ho expressed himself us pleas
nntly surprised with the evidences of
rapid growth and prosperity which he
witnessed upon every hand. During
liis stay in Now Mexico lu visited
several largo cattle ranches , and learn
ed Romcching of the life of the cow1
"Senator Saunders , " said the re
porter , "is your visit to Colorado and
Now Mexico made in the interest of
your oflicial duties as United States
acnator ? "
"Yes , sir. It is very probable that
during the next cession of congress
very important matters will coinu bo-
ioro the various committee * of which
I am a member on the questions of
dividing territories , the admission of
new states , upon Indian aflitirs and
upon western railroads. I wished to
inform myself upon these subjects by
personal observation. I have already
visited Now Mexico , and shall yet
visit Dakota , both of which will pro
bably apply for admission next win
ter. During the past session of con
gress 1 was instrumental in introduc
ing a bill providing f r the division of
Dakota , into two territories , with an
eye to the admission of the southern
part of it into the Union as a state.
Owing to the dea'l-lock arising from
the Conkling-Garfiold troubles , and
the picss of other pubho business , we
did not reach it. Early in the coming
session it will come up , and I am of
Iho opinion that Dakota will bo di
vided nnd the southern part of it niado
a state of the Union.
The question was then asked if
Now Moxicti would apply for admis
sion as a state.
4 'I think it probable that Now Mexico
ice will make such an application next
winter. There is a desire on the part
of what wo call the American popula
tion that their territory become a
state. The fooling of the Mexicans ,
liowovor , is mostly that of apathy. I
am in favor of every territory being
Admitted ns n slate aa soon as it ar
rives at that point of development
where it is fully capable of managing
its own affairs I hardly behove that
H"ow Mexico has arrived at that point
yot. Consequently j I hardly believe
that New Mexico will become a state
for a time yet. It is not desirable to
permit a territory to become ono of
Ihoao United States until it is actually
prepared to become Much. It is moro
of an injury than a benefit to the
people living within the territory.
You know Nevada was admitted BOOH
The lost sentence was spoken with
a faint , upward slide of the voice , in
terrogatively , as it woro. The sena
tor was a member of the onato com
mittee appointed two years ago or
more to investigate the practicability
of turning the Indians over to the
care pf the war department. While
upon that committee ho traveled quite
extensively among the Indians in the
Indian Territory and othersections of
the west. Ho spoke at length upon
the Indian question , and of its rapid
and permanent settlement by immi
gration. Ho spoke of his surprise at
the strong hold the Mormons had
made , and their rapid spread in the
territories of Idaho , Arizona , and
oven in Now Mexico.
Senator Saunders ia fully alive to
the importance and magnitude of this
question. Ho realizes what ninny do
not , how actively , how keenly , these
people believe their fuith , and how
firmly the majority of them , men nnd
women alike , moio especially thu wo
men , ovou those in polygamy , believe
in the justness and holiness of tlio
j > racticosof their religion. Ho real
izes , too , how immensely these facts
Add to the complications of the matter -
tor , Senator Baundors is n tall , port
ly , elderly gentleman , of fine presence
nnd seems to bo on joy ing his visit in
tlio west to the utmost.
Blair Brief. .
Correspondence of lie lieu.
IkA IK , September 5. ' While the
drouth of the last five weeks has been
very .disagreeable and unhealthy , yet
the crop of corn and potatoes are Jo-
ing well , the corn in this county being '
a good crop and many of the fields
being out of the w y of frost. The
district fair , to bo hold ut Oakland ,
Hurt county , commences to-day , nnd
from all reports there will bo n good
attendance nnd display of products
from all the counties ,
The prospects are good for n lively
campaigh this fall in this county , In
all probability there will bo three tick ,
cts in the field , owing to the aplit in
the republican party of Ibis county ,
ulie democrats now hayo an organ in
the ahapo of a paper just iturtocl by
Meeani. Blbss and Sampson , to bo
known M "Tho Wuhingtou County
With the three papcra ,
* ch iupporting a ticket of Hi ovm iu
the . county , your correspondent is
looking forward to n pretty lively
The Pilot has v now steam press.
Dr. Qlovcr , from. Uoll Crock , re
ports that lively little town in a flour
ishing condition !
The Blair schools commence the
fall term thin morning , with 1'rof.
Hake , lately from Ohio , as principal.
The now union dopol is now com
pleted and is ono of the finest on the
road. The freight depot on the 0. ,
St. P. , M. & 0. road , is nearly fin
Notwithstanding the advance in
mnlorial the building boom ia still
An excursion train will go from
] JIair to-day to the reunion at Lincoln.
About twenty-five of the veterans of
this county will go. Hix.
AN INFERTf AI , MACHINE ,
Attempted Elocution of n Flomllsli
Conspiracy Agninnt Jnilgo Poii-
dory nnd His Tamlly In
fault Illo Democrat.
Thirty minutes after midnight yes
terday morning , ami when the dark
ness was at its height , the silent air
was rent by a terrible ! report , that
was attended by the vibrations of a
thunderbolt. Windows were raised
and doom swung back violently as
half-dressed forms peered out in won
derment. The sound was located in
the west portion of the city , and in this
direction the police botit their hurried
footsteps , with the reporters of the
morning papers in vigorous pursuit.
The only thing that the excited citi
zens haiV recourse to was conjecture.
With this license various solutions
were oll'ored , and while a number
were plausible the reporter [ rejected
them and no reference was made ,
save the bare announcement of an ex
plosion. 1 Night passed and the expla
nation was furnished by the occupants
of Judge Pondcry's IIOUDO , on the
corner of Seventh street and Pine.
The startling reports that an effort
had been made to diswatch .TudL'o
Pondory into the dominions of death ,
invited u large crowd to his residence.
The front of the house was the pic
ture of dissolution , and every p.mo of
glass was shattered from the bay
window ; the himxos of the gate were
disjointed and it laid upon the ground [
in the midst of dirt and boards , the
nails that had hold the weather
boards to the house wet o extracted by
the violence of some concussion and
it looked as if a bombshell had visited
tlio place. The reporter called upon
Judge Pendory at once and announc
ed his errand ; the uontlentan very
generously nut rated the details of the
afl'air. He said that about 10 o'clock
on Priday night ho disrobed and lelir-
od with a number of papers beside
him. Ho read for some time , and
gutting into a somi-Blumber , ho indis
tinctly heard the clock strike 11. He
looked up and asking his wife , who
was employing the needle , he suggest
ed something In reference to the hour ,
and turning over was soon sound
asleep. Ho knew no more until half-
past twelve o'clock , when ho was
aroused by a tremendous shock , and
the house trembling convulsively.
Springing from his bed , ho inserted
his feet into his slippers , and seizing
his revolver ho rushed out of the
door and ran Around the hguso. Tfo
ono was to bo BCOU , and returning to
the house , ho found liis wife in pos
session of the utmost terror.
The glass had boon knocked
from the window , and after making an
examination , the judge finally con
cluded that some ono had hurled a
stick of wood through the window.
Ho tried to convince Mrs. Pondory
that this was the extent of the dis
turbance , but her excitement and
fright could not bo appeased , and she
declined to lie down any moro that
night. Thu explosion was top for-
niidablo to convince her that it was
no more than the collision of a stick
of wood with the window , and she
Buspicioncd nt first that it was the at
tempt to consunimato HOIIIO fiendish
design against her husband. The ex
citement gradually abated , nnd re
turning to her bed , she slept until
morning. Shortly after sunrise ,
Judge Pondory walked out of the
door , and ns the wreck ot the fence
confronted him , ho started back with
The ground was plowed up in deep
furrows , and quite n hole was visible
near whore the jrato post had stood.
It was quite evident to him then that
the explosion was the thundered alarm
of some foul conspiracy against the
life of himself und wife. Ho looked
into the wreck carefully , and then
glancing around , found thu ground
showered with glass , There w as the
streaks of powder upon the gate post ,
and the evidence justified the conclus
ion thut some ono had attempted to
imitate thu Ilussinn plan of dethron
ing czais , and had purposed to blow
him out of time into eteinity. Ho re
turned to the house , and summoning
his wife us a witness , they reviewed
the disaster. Upon the aide of thu
house the plastering was broken in
sovetal large scams , and upon
the carpet , wns a lurgo amount
of dirt and pieces of wood. Near
the spot where the gate-pout
had utood was found a tin can , and on
ono surface was a hole laruo enough
to admit n linger. In this was the
stab pf n tallow candle and the charred
remains of a fuse , Tina \\as thu most
important witness in nil the surround
ings , and it is now preserved. Thoio
was no doubt now that the nasassins
had boon there with their infernal
machine , and the judge repaired to
the police hurtdquarleis at once and
made his repoit. It in his impression
that BOIIIO ono wira trying to kill him ,
but when ho first awoke ho said that
ho thouuht that BOIIIO ono had thrown
a stick of wood through the window.
Mrs. Pondery says that she nt once
conceived the idea of n visit fiom
thieves , and that in making n limned
escape they had collided wilh a chan
delier in tlio parlor and knocked it
That n remedy made ofsuoh common ,
Bimplo plants as hops , buohu , man-
drafco , dnndalion , oto. , mnko so ninny
and such marvelous and wondeiful
cure * as lion Hitters do ? It mint bo ,
for when old and , young , rich and
poor , paHtor and doctor , lawyer and
editor , all testify to being cured by
them , wu must bellcvo and doubt no
longer , 8optl-0ctl5
Meeting in Its Interest By the
South Plntto Society ,
A Very Eutortnlnlnjt Sonlon In the
Corrc ) x > n < lonco of Tlio Dec.
Proccodinjfs of the Nebraska South
Plallo Poinologic.il society :
In January , 1881 , n huinber of
prominent fruit growers in thu South
Platte region of Nebraska , assembled
in Iho office of Jutlsjo Mason , at Lin
coln , for the purpose of organising
a society for the advancement of the
interest in pomology. It was consid
ered that there was sufficient differ
ence in the seasons of the ripe-mug of
fruits in the North nnd South Platte
regions to justify the forming of two
societies. The object of the society
was to meet at such times as the dif
ferent kinds of fruit begin to ripen ,
bringing them for exhibition nnd dis-
cussuint , ' their merits. It wan decided
that by comprising a smaller territory
than that of the state society more
meetings could bo held during the
season. An annual meeting is to bo
hold each January. Other meetings
are subject to the call of a board of
trustees. By thoirnuthority the pres
ident , J. H. Masters , c.illud n meeting
in August , 1881 , at Lincoln. Quito a
good number were picsont from differ
ent parts of the state , who biought
fruits for exhibition , some to bo named
and others to have the relative merits
of the dilleront varieties tested.
The president stated that the Amer
ican Pomolotfic.il society had appoint
ed him chairman of n committee
which ho was to select , for the pur
pose of revising the list of fruits pub
lished by that society , as best adapted
to cultivation in Nobr.iuka.
Ho stated that ho would appoint
these present as that committee , who
immediately took up the list of
fruits , giving them such a standaul as
more recent experiments had demon-
Hlratod , or leaving them ns per list.
Tlio fruits that wore best adapted to
Nebraska soil and most worthy of cul
tivation v.oio designated by * * .
Those less favored , but yet worthy of
cultivation , were designated by * .
These recom mended for trial were
designated by aJ. -J.
Below will be found a list of apples
given * * - '
Hen U.ivU , Htilllngton's Enly , Keel
June , Cooper , Cooper's Early , White
line , Duchess , Famous , Grimes'
Golden , Sweut Juno , Jonathan , lies-
wick Codling , Lowell , Maiden's
Blush , Iluwla , Jennet , IJed Astrichan ,
Rom.i'i Stem , Smith's Cider , AVliito
Winter , Pearnmin , Williams' Kivorito
nnd Wine S.ip.
Those given * were Bailey's sweets ,
Buckingham , Shonanpo , Strawberry ,
Colo-'s Quince , Dyer , Evening Party ,
Fall Pippin , Gilpin Joisoy Sweet , Mi
lan , Mann Apple , Northern Spy , Non
pareil , Otoo Hod Stro.iks , Peck's
Pleasant , Perry Ilussett , Porter , Pri
mate , Jlainbo , Home Beauty , Sliock-
loy , Sons of Wine , Summer Queen ,
Swan , Tiillmnn Sweet and Wognor.
Those given f wore Culvert , Early
Joe , Sauvor and Ortloy.
iTho foliowifig were taken ftom the
] led Ganniln , Homanito of the South ,
Summer Uoll , and Summer Sweet
Amoni ; crab apples the Hyulock wns
criVcn * * , Orion and Pawnee f. Tran
scendent taken from the list.
Amongst apricots the Largo Early
and Moor Pinks were ivon * * .
The IJreda Homskirho and Peach
were given * .
The changes in peaches are Craw
ford Late , given * ; Cmwfoid Early
taken from the list.
In cherries Belle do Maynefoko ,
lUnohortoiiHO , Ji'iiKlish Morollo , * * .
Early llichmond , Jlay Duke and
Belle do Ohoisy , * .
The Plumstono Murcllo and Don
Morio were taken from the list.
Some minor changes were made in
the other fiuits. Mr. Barnaul rec-
omnuimlo'J the llusxiaii mulberry as
.worthy of cultivation , both for its
fiuit and timber. Mr. Sugart said ho
could ondomo Mr. Barnard's iccoin-
niundation , mi ho had three varieties ,
viz ; ted , white and black , in bearing ,
und stated that the trees grow nearly
ns fast as a cottomrood. His trees
\veiobeaiiny fruit at four yeais of
a-jc. The picsident called the atten
tion of the committee to an article
which appeared in the Nebraska State
Journal , trouting on thg catalpa spo-
ciosatroo , in which the writer claimed
it was not suitable to our climate or
upland culture. Ho thought the ar-
ticlocapable of doini ; much hniin , ns
it was misleading in the statements
inmlo. The vaiiety ejiociosa is ca-
pocially adapted to upland culture ,
and from his oxpoiienco and fiom
what information ho had obtained
from others , ho conaidciod it n per
fectly hardy tree , and ono of the most
promising for timber in the west.
Ho further "stated that the catalpn
bignomoidus wus not hauly , nnd that
many tree planteis had been imposed
upon by this variety. All picsunt
had experimented with the tieo more
or less , and heaitily concurred in the
remarks of the picsident. The soci
ety then adjourned , tu moot subject
to the call of the boaid of trustees.
Goutly DOOR It
1'ngcno Cross , Swiii ktieet , Itutfaln ,
uritos ; " 1 lm\o mud Spring lllubsom ( or
( tyHpopuln anil liuUn'Cntiun , mid lm\u foiuul
It to net adnilrublyas a Kelticaperient dad
lilooil purllicr. I cunxklcr it uneiiualcd ,
Vim nio at liberty to wo my name ns a
reference , " 1'iico fiO cents , trial bottlu'jlO
1)Y1N(5 BVf INCHES.
Very olten AVO BOO u person sull'or-
ing fi-om BOIIIO fonn of Kidney com
plaint nnd is gradually dying by >
inches. This no longer need to ho I1'
for Eloctiio Bitters \\ill positively
onto Bright's diseiuo , or any discaauof
the kidnuys or uiininrv organs. They ) J >
are especially adapted to this class of
dinuasea , acting duoctly on the
Stomach and Liver nt thu same time ,
and will speedily euro whuto evoiy >
other rouiedy has failed. Sold at
tlfty conti u bottle , by lull & Mo >
Muhon. ( U
* CL&WW * * *
Neuralgia , Sciatica , Lumbago ,
Bacfacho , Soreness of iho Chest ,
Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Saoll-
inqs and Sprains , Burns and
< * . Scalds , General Bodily
faoth , Ear and Headache , Frosted
Foot and Ears , and all other
Pains and Aches.
We Prfr H'n on tar" ' "lul § ST- JACOB * Ou
> a a / ( . 5iirr , tltnftlf ud cheap Eitjrntl
fcimfjy. A trl l entnlli % t th compnratlY lj
IriJIiig outUr of SO ( > nl , nJ erery on ( nffer-
ltd ultli pulh on hale cbetp and poiltlr * tiroct
o * Iticlalmi. i .
Directions In EleTenI. npn gM if.
COLD BY ALIiDimaOIBTS ANDDEAIERB
' ttJPCii7EE3KS3C ; uJ S"ih5r7ftii'j
No Changing Cars
Where direct comnctions are marto with Through
BLCLI'IKU CAU LINL8 for
NfiW YORK , BOSTON ,
UALTlMOHr : ,
ANI > ALI. EASTERN tTlES.
The Short Line via. Peoria
Kor lNDIANAI'Or.18 , CINCINNATI , LOUIS
VILLE , mid alt | > olnta In the
T/IR / BBat UH
For ST. LOUIS ,
\Vhcro direct connections are made in the Union
Dipot with the Ihrough Bleeping Car
Lliiu for ALU POINTS
TUB FAVORITE ROUTE FOU
The unapalod Inducements oilcr d by this line
to travelers nnd tourists are as follows :
The celebrated PULLMAN (10 wheel ) PALACE
SLEEPING OARS run only on this line C. , B.
& Q. PALACE : < RAWING UOOM CARS , with
Horton'B Reclining Chairs. No extra charge for
scats In Reclining' Chairs. Tha famous C. , n. &
Q. Palace Dining Can. Gorgeous finicking Can
fitted with cle gant hlgh-bnckcd rattan rooMng
chairs , for the exclujho use of first-class paiacu-
gurs.Steel Track and superior equipment combined
with thilr gJeat through car arnngLmcnt , makes
this , aboi o all others , the fmorlto route to the
Hut , South and Southeast.
Try It , and you will IlnJ traveling a luxury In-
btcad of a dlfcomfort.
Through tkkota via this cclrbratud line lor sale
at all olliccv In th United StatM and Canada.
All Information about ratea ot faro , .Sleeping
Car accommodations , Time Tables , etc. , will be
cheerfully ghon by apjiljln ; to
PERCEVAL LOWELL ,
General Pasaanerer Atrcnt , Chicago ,
T. J. POTTER ,
Onnnral itanaccr Chlcaao.
Sioux City & Pacific
St. Paul & Sioux City
THE OLD niXIADLC SIOUX ICITY ! flOUTE
1OO MILES SIIOUTIUIHOUTE 3.OO
TO ST. PAUL , 1IINNUAPOL13
DOLUTII OH niSMAUCK ,
and all polntj In Northern Iowa , MtnnoHOta and
Dakota. Ihls line Id oiulppcd n h the Improved
WcHtlnghousa Autonuiilo Alr-bralio and Miller
Platform Couulcj and Duffer ; and for
SPEED. SAFETY AND COMFOUT
Is unsurxvtsed. | Ktr ant DrawinL' Koom and
8lecpliiK Cora , owned and controlled by the con ) ,
nany , run throu h WITHOUT Oil ANOK between
Union Pacllla Transfer ucjrot at Council Ululli ,
Mid Bt. Paul ,
Tnlns Irate Union Pacific Transfer depot a
Council UlulU ( it 6.15 Ji. in. , reichitiK Sioux City
it 10.20 . , m. and St. Paul at 11 OS a. in. making
1T.N IIOUHS IN ADVANCi : OK ANY.OTIIEK
Returning , hare St. Paul at B 30 p. m. , ftrrli Ing
Sioux City 4jJ : a. 111. , and Union PacllloTrain
r dmxit , Council lliullj , at 0.60 a. in. Uo
at jour ticket * roa.l Ua "S. 0. & P. U. H.
K. a HILLS , Superintendent.
T. K. ItODIKi ON. Ub ourl Valley , 1 .
A sit. Q.I 1-ass. Agent.
J. H. OIHU AN , pMMflircr ARcnt.
Oounrlt Illu1 . Iowa
Geo. P. Bemis
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
ICtli and Dodge Sts. , Omaha. Neb.
Tula oscncy does IBIOTIT brokcrait bmlncss.
Doe not iwculate , and therefore any bargtlns
on lt > Ixxikt are IniureJ to Its patroui , Inttcul
of belliirolitilud u bv thn oent
Cornell College ,
The CUtkllral , I'hllosophlcal , Sfientinc nd Civ.
IU'nglnix.rlni ; Counus compuroorally ftltli
Iho kt t colliifcj In tha country.
8p < x.Ula4\iiutagc areirhriun the Prcparato-
r ) nnd Normal IKpartmctit * , and In tha Contert *
lory of Music.
Twenty Profe or end TeacherB.
HuK.rior | BuildliiM. ilweuui , Laboratory III I
txpen e Low. Kali tonn openi Btpt. 1 .
Vor tatalocuu or ot icr utorin tlon , mddrew
PI3. WM. V. KINO , 0. ! > . ,
It j on nutter Irom I > ) rpcpstft , USD
JlUitlJOGK 1U.OOD niTTEUS.
If J on arc Mulcted ulth Uiliou-mc- " , use
nuiiDocK m.ooii ijirrnus ,
II jou nra prostrated with tick HcaOAcho , take
If } our Ikmcbnra disordered , ro/nhto them with
jiuiibot'K ni.joi ) nirrnus.
If j our Illood U Impum , purify It wltli
If jouliiuo Indigestion , 3011 will Unit mi antidote
In IIUIIDOOK W.OOU IJITTKUS.
II > ou nra troubled nttli Hprln ; ; CoinpHInt' , cr-
aillcato thorn vlth I1UI1DOCK W.OOU DlTTKIiS.
If jour LHcrls torpid , restore It to health } action
with 11U1UJOCK IILOOD UITTKHS.
If jour U\cr U affected , jotilll find a sure ro-
storatholn JJUUDOCK I ) LOUD llITrnitS.
If > ouha > onny species ot Humor or Pimple , fall
not to take UUllDOCK 11I.OOD IJITTKHS.
1 f j ou hiw o anj sj mptoms of Ulcers or Rtrof iilous
Sorts , n curatU o remedy Mill ho found In
I1UUDOCK I1I.OOD IllTTEnS.
For Imparting strength and Utality to the BJ a-
tcin , nothing ran equal
DUHDOCK I1LOOD BITTKuS.
For Nin om nnd General Debility , tone up the
ejstcm ultir DUItUOCK IILOOD UlTTKRS.
Price , 01.00 per Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Ots
FOSTER , MILBUEN , & Do. , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y-
Eolil at wholesale b > Ish & Stc.Mo.hon and C. F.
Goodman. _ Je ZT cod-mo
PIONEER LAND AGENCY
F. M. BATIIBUF ,
Cambridge , Neb.
1,000,000 acres government land open to Homo-
Btenda Pro cuipllons and Thnbor claims. 200
cholco Impro ; cd claims for sale or cjaliruiro. 00
of tha best deeded farms In .Soutlmestcrn Xcbras-
ha M 1th tlinlur and > TOtcr for sale. A few choice
block ranches with fenced flcldi , timber , hay and
water , for Bale , ( .heap. Correspoudcnte Solicited.
e Only Machine that Will
Do just as IB Advertised.
It fill Wash Faster
It Will Wash Cleaner ,
It Will Wash Easier ,
It Will repire no Rnbhing ,
It will do a large family
Washing in 30 Minutes.
It Will iWnsli Equnllywclll with
HaedorSoft\WBcr- > - " *
It docs away with wash boilers anil wash boards ,
and mil pay for Itself in full and the near of
clothes In a mou h ,
No steam In tht ) kltchtn. A child 10 jcars ol
can do the washing faster than any \\oman can
wring ana hanir out the clothes-
DAN. SULWV. JS & SONS' ,
dim 1410 Famham Street , Agents.
BASWITZ & WELLS ,
1422 Douglas St. , Near 15th.
Before removing to
OPERA HOUSE STORE
Will sell their stock of
BOOTS I SHOES
At Greatly Eeduced Prices.
Proposals fop Sewer Pipe.
OmcK or Cm Clunk , \
OMMIA , Neb , Sept. 3 , 1SS1- ;
eai proposals will bo rcccUcd by the under-
clgnid at his olllio uj > t 12 m. , of Tiamlaj ,
September 13th , 1SS1 , for the entire or part of the
foUoln lUtof sewer jilpo of the best finality
anil flnUii ixnil to bo do herc.l nt Omaha , bubJcU
to limpcitloH us i > er spcilflcatlon In the city en-
irlnckr * ollli-o 17.001 feet of 6 Inch \ltrillcd clay
lilpu , naltKlaze ; 1100 feet of 15 Inch \ltrtflcd clay
pipe , nalt Blaze ; 000 tlx by four Inch Y for homo
connection ; 170 tlx Inch hand holes. Alw COO
feet of 10 Inch cast Iron \\attr pliHAll bids to
swclfyhow boon iltllt cry of material van be be
gun and computed part or In toto. Tha rl.'ht In
reject any or ll hld or lart of bids Is hercbj rc <
bintd J. J. L. C. JEWBTT ,
icii3-lOt City Clerk.
EAST - INDIA
ILER & CO. .
C. F. Manderson ,
ATTOENBY - AT - LAW ,
' 2 Faruham St. , Om&h * Kcb.
Wo desire to call the special attention ot the trade to our-
olegnnt lines ( at BOTTOM PKIOES ) of Underwear , Cardigan.
Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Overshirts , Overalls ,
Hosiery , &c. , now open. Wholesale only.
SHREVE , JARVIS & CO , ,
Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts.
I. OBERFELDER & CO , ,
ns A.VD jonmns : or
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
The only exclusive uholcanlo house in this line in the west.
DBWET & STONE ,
ORCHARD & BEAN , J.B. FRENCH & CO. ,
CARPETS ! G R O C E R SI
The Largest Stock and Most Com
plete Assortment in
The West vr .
We Keep Everything in the Line of Carpets , Oil
cloths , Matting , Window-shades , Fixtures
and Lace Curtains.
WE HAVE GOODS fO PLEASE EVERYBODY.
1313 Farnham St. , Omaha.
Max Meyer & Co.
GunsAmmunition porting Goods
FISHING TACKLE , BASE BALLS , and a
FULL LINE OF [ NOTIONS AND TANDY GOODS ,
MAX MEYER & CO. , Omaha , Ne
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