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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1881)
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order of tlio Conipuny ,
OMMIA PUBLISHING GO , , I
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, lohn II. Vicrcn ! In Ohnrre of I
CirciutUm of TJ1K DAILY J1KK
A. H. Fitch , correspomlenlamlf
It lini long been the \i\nw \ \ cuitoi
noiiplc , with the cliwlni ! of tlio
look liack l | > nu the blewing * lin
them in the chaiiKlni , ' coiir o of
Mill return nolciim thanUa 10 thn ni
Rotuco from \vhtmi tlioy How.
tlumgh nt tlii'i period when the loll
.vim nWicH nt that the ti'i o of im
duly is lUlmn t , nnr nitlon null lie
nhiulow of the Krcit uroavoint
iwmmtnu which hin fi'led ' ur hcj
finds m hopeful ox preftiliiii toward
before who n wolntvly biwi'il in i ;
iiyetUi 'coliiitl < wil > Piicli
BUniliciU | ! ( > ,
have shmvcrcd Uin us
mill I for our f rvi > ii
twt'lvo in * en
tudtf. anil make It filtinif
rololci ) with tbatikfuliiemtliiil
HU infinite mercy hw sL'iially
our country and iieoplo. IVaco
and pr < Hp > iity witluu hw hccn yov
to IM. No posttk'nco hiw viiil
uliores. The uuiimtant | irivikrn ( ; i
dpiii which our lalherH loft in th
liom ar < i.till nnr increasing heriti
if In tmrMof the vast donmin KOMI
UOIIH have vlxitnd nr hrcllucn
forest homes , vet even thti calai
been tempered In n ninnnor nancl
the onerous compiicnion fur tlio i
which \mt \ been uullod through
country. For all tluno thin ; , ' * It
that the volco of tlio nation nhoui
to Cod In fervent homage.
Whort-fnro I , Cheater A. Arthii
dent of the United Sinter , do red
that all people observe thu'.Mill dnj
veiubcr , invt. , ns n tiny of natl iniu
by cousins B <
B'viiih' ' and prayer ,
tnayho from their hccular hvliorH an
inn In their Novcr.il ] > lace 'f T
there to join in asBcrtintf honor am
* to Almighty God , whoso ( joodnoM 1
KII manifest in onr hintory and on
earnest prayurH tlmt hi
and ollcrini ;
( tion may coutinuo to in and to i
In witnosn whereof , I have here'
Inuid and caused the i
of the United States to IMS
Uono ut the city ofVnnl
[ I. . H. ] thin Hovcnth dav of Novell
the year f our Lord ODD t !
eight hundred f.nd einh'y-c
of the independence of the
StattH the OIIB hundred and
GlIMTKlt A. All
] ) y Iho I'rOHldcnt :
JAH. G. UI.XINK , Soretary of SI
THK general impression ia tl
cndani will nmcndam poor pav
THK papers arc discussing
MtvcVoagli's future. The btar
are jubilating ever his unau
] irc3ont. _
FIRST lot us decide how wo c
tlio means mid how much we c ,
then the discussion about pav
bo in drdnr.
MK. OiiAPveB , of Colorado :
lioncd for n cabinet posttioi :
Ohnll'eo'a chief claim appears
that Ins daughter marriod-TJlys
Tun tulk about Watson II.
( lentil having boon thu result
dent is thoBhoorest bosh. Th
not tun otisiblo men in Oum1
buliuvo any such' nonsonso.
HOB IMIKHKOU , may not bu i
Jure Black , li
n loal weight as
reading Jerry'a latest tirade
tlio arch heretic , every ono wi
that ho ia infinitely better nati
Tim IOHS to to Omaha nu
\vlio employ teams in thu cat
their goods through inipaHsnhh
ia already amounting to thouai
dollars. Mud is an expensive
and in the end much worecos
atone payments ,
ANA in rapidly becoming
community. 1'in pool haa be
hihitcd by legialativo act. If
form movement continues '
nest expect to hear of the pru
of Kentucky voters in Iiuliai
towns on election day.
THE liurlington Juieic B
First AssiRlant Vostmastcr Ha
coutinuo editor > in > chief of th
notwithstanding hia no\
If llatton dovotoa as little n
to his paper while assistant poi
general as ho dtd while IK
oditor-in-chief , ftovornmont
vfill not suilor from his dev <
Taur.H is a single horrible [
ty which should make congro
tate about the admission of D
Ex-Senator Gco :
a state. -
fiponcor , of Alabama , is now
dent of that territory and is
fttood to bo in the hands of In :
should a United States , senate
quired from Dakota. Goer )
once Butler of a Nebraska re
and that ia his hlgliCBt quiil
for the public service ,
A careful study of the clod
nor la from the different com
Nebraska is pulliclont to pro
the strength of tlio so-called f
ntipolinln , who ono year nye nc
liavu fallen hciv to ( juilo n b
f.idiiifj out of txis'enco. Thni
not eVer A h.-'lf-dozisu rognlurl
nntcd mitt-monopoly tickels
Hold , anil in only one minify
variety of licktt nchicre JHJCCCM.
Tlio ivnti-iiionopoly party
braskn iccuiveil its original
lion from the disappointed ai
nf a few republicans , who < les
control the party but could in
I urn domocMlio was soinutliin
ware too wise to do , for Hie
formation would have been no ;
to make the motive immediat
[ larent , and besides tlio rcnl
sratic Rcnlimcnt in Nebrnsk
small that IH > hope of olllcia
: ould iiupiro : i tnan eflpoiis
riicro was manifestly only one
ipon for the mull who had aaj
uad Nebraska rcpublicAtiinin , 1
'iml ' boon repudiated by the i
' .hey must create n faction null
Picture a Hhtbbolcth.
* * * * *
35ut it is the falo of a p irty fi
in righting tui imaginary wren
ivhcn it HKOH to such mngnitui
ircato a general dvsiraatnuiiK t
) lo to iiivesligato the qucHtio :
vliich it is established , it mo
' .ills ( o the ground. With
arty intelligent discussion am
ire simultaneous. The people
iranlca during the past year hi
. oatiiated the railroad qticnUoti
.his investigation they have be
> y Hie denuncintioiiH itnd calum
ho atiti-niouopoly manager. * . 1
tiTestig.itiou they have four
ho railroaJs of this slate are ;
ind equitable nn other bu&iiu
eresta , and more BO than man
oada of othca ntaloa. Invest
lasbcen'an oye-ojioior. It 1
ablinhod in the miiulH of the
ho conviction of the truth to
vo have alluded bofnro - nainel
lie navniiptinn of ] ) rinciilo [
iart of the leadiiif ; Rpit-iU of tl
uonopoly movement has beoi
: leak to cover up their mill
lollish , unworthy and unropi
lesigns. Omaha Kepublic n.
L'horn are none so blind as tboe
vho will not nuo. If the et
ho Jtynllican , .who prides him
vearing the brass collar of the
'acific monopoly , imaginea tl
atistillo the anti-monopoly BOH
> y bra7.cn lying and crafty mi
dilutions ho 13 destined to
llBappoinlmout. Wo prenumi
ivor , ho is only acting the dis
tie part the corporation managi
, Hsitned ; to him. Wo remoml
nuloriouoly the aatne'j.acticsfa
oars ago , when the Union Pai
; an persistently mieroprosoni
nagnitudo of the poiular )
ng against Jay Gould'H
, atorship by assorting thai t !
wsition to Gould'n" preferred
h\to comprised only n co
, 'unrd of soreheads and bin thu
jut when the legislature mot t
iras disclosed that the anti-IIil
'action was strong enough to o !
United Staten senator. Wo i
bor how the Hamo corporation
lought to mislead its readers
the campaign of 18BO by bai
falsehoods concerning the atre
the opposition > Mr. Paddocl
in fact the anti-monopoly facti
elected Senator YanWyck was
in the majority in thologislatu
Wo are therefore not surpric
The llcpublican again resort
old tactica nt this juncture ,
there is no anti-monopoly part )
i/.ed in Nebraska , and hone
: ould bo no regularly nomiiinti
monopoly ticket , hut it is do
refreshing for the Union Paeifi
to assert that only half u dozci
ties made anti-monopoly iiomi
and in only ono county d
variety of ticket achieve i
Such glaring falsehoods could
concocted by a paper that
hardihood to assort that the p
Nebraska , after investigating I
have reached ;
way question ,
elusion that all the extortiona
tioiia and tlaurant ubuac
which they have for yea
ferod at the hands of threads
roads are imaginary and nnfi
Asa matter of fact the nnti-
ely uprising in Nebraska thin
tlic spontaneous revolt of a Ion
ing people against corporation i
'Without any organized ofl't
against the advice of the nti
auco the farmern in mare thai
the countica of the Hlato pi
monopoly tickets in the fit
thosu tiokota have for the me
Instead of fading out , th
monopolyBontiinunt is gaining
momentum every hour. Tlio
tion for this uprising against i
tiou kings does not emanate fi
appointed political bucks Inr
emphatic protest of a long e
people against intolerable abu
a rebuke to bnso 1
lilio the editor of The Rep
who seek to perpetuate cor
misrule through the machinor
republican party. Such me
rogues will insist that ten
per car-load for transferring
two miles across the Missouri
fair and just , as they have
that four cents per milo'onc
of the Missouri and three ci
mile on the opposite aide forever
over railroads owned by the B ;
porution is just and fair. Tin
apologists for highway robberj
gard the taxation of railroadi
braukn at from ? 5,000 to $10 ,
mile , including nil cquipmo
franchi cn , M just andj.falr , t
those satno railroads are bout
sold on Wall street nt vaiuntici
ing from $80,000 to $130,1
If the railway manatjcrfl nn
organ grinders have any desire
the truth about the Ncbras
nionopoly revolt wo would c <
to tlicm n careful perusal of
lowiug clear and forcible exp !
of tlio niovoinerit in Fillmore
[ iiiblished in a ripublican paji
And now llio baltio is foug
result announced , and the
won. Who will cay the anti-ii
iris have not made a fine , i
igllt ? Without being porfec
yaitixod , with little npcnking
very united effort they have
Majorities far beyond tlio
ixpvctntion. They have
conclusively Hint the fanners (
ivilt pull tOp'cthor when the re
10 ucliicvnu ia for the commoi
Tltoy hnvo proven that the
neoting of a fuw farmers ;
icliool houses throughout the
invo < \ ( loop flignificanco end
itiwur , Not only in this con
ho victory been won but in .
luller , York , Thayer and Hi
mil Iheijo with other connli <
icxt year Btsnd to Lincol
uHoulntivca and ncuatori
vill do their dutj' , and laws
! tir > ctcd that will make the r ;
vhnt they uhould bo , jtintrnliki
rtms and owners. It will b
lint the true bonoficinl work
ampaign will bominife5tcdai
nonopolists perform their gran
owardrt bunofittiiiL ; the people ,
AN UNARR.A.IJGED MI
JiiBpoakiiifj of ( juilean'n cri
thor day iludgo Folgor elmnu
L ns "tho nttrocious act of ar
angcd mind. " There will bo i
enting opinions ai to the fact t
nir.d of the oHoa'ssin wan no ;
'arranged. " Ilia history is
nough upon this pom * . No '
nnged mind runs in the cliai
letty sv.'indling and clwonii
leatism. No well arranged
ontinually plotting and
ii ( ; out
ind oocicty , and no
irrangcd mind could have pan !
ixecutcd with such cold- '
itrocity the dastardly n'un
'resident Garfiold. The quo
which the public is interested
vhothor or not Guitoru was tl
icsisor of "an unarrnngcd min
vhcther it was no di.sarrangei
ranged aa to exempt him from
The "emotional insanity"
las boon resorted to so often
fears to protect criminala ngair
shnicnt that the distinction I
lanity mid insanity ha
coino confused in the publil
atudonta of moral ncienco in
that n well balanced mind i
That in to Bay , there are compa
'cw ' individuals in which all tl
, al facultioi * are in equipoise t
, ions , the will , the perceptive
: optivo powers , all working
mony easily and fully , witln.il
ing and without mental dish
Every crime in nil evidence c
lock in the moral ppwera , of in
moral insight or weakness i
And yet to argue that every c
jocauso of this lack of
Balance , ia insane , would
open the Hood gates of
nnd break down every bnrrie
maintenance of law and.ordo
.aws are clear vpon the point
sanity exempts from respoi
while they leave to court ai
.ho decision aa to what condil
nind may bo considered moi
rangomont or insanity. Uf
determination of thiH qucstic
.he punishment or escape of (
Llis counsel have made it tin
ground for defense in his tria
long array of export tcatinu
been summoned by the con
both sides of the case which
presented to the jury for tl
wildoi'inunt. The issue apa
all legal and medical technico
simply whether Guitcau kno
from wrong ; whether ho knov
killing' General Garliuld ho
luting the la\va of the land am
or , with Htich knwoledgo , li
have refrained from the con
of hia great crime , If thee
tions are nusword in the
ativo there can bo no
of the eanily of the c
Ilia faculties may have boo
bnlancod , BO are those of thou
Inmost and law abiding citi/.i
live and die respected by theii
bor.s ; his mind may have bee
ranged , BO nro those of bun
sneak-thieves , burglars nnd
boats who have paid the pen
thofr Crimea behind prisoi
Some bettor ground for the
insanity inunt bo found thu
There wis method in n
which had for its basis
nt disappointment in
curing ollicial nppointmoii
n desire for cheap notoriety a !
ponso of thu life of n nation' '
The sham exhibitions of a era
dition of 'mind , which Unite !
his urroat haa boon palming ot
public will not stand the wa
cloBo inspection. Such
ought to adorn a gallows , m
wo bolluvo nn impartial jury
Du. MiLi.Kii should have
montod hia remark that Kai
uud St. Louis were using t
j.nvcmetita by the additional ii
lion that both cities liavn pror
them ft failure atul nro Liking *
at-curo n more
THS NKXr CONQRES
The control of the Forty *
Congrcis which meota in rcgu
slon on the 5th of December in
to the rcpubltctn parly , Theii
to combine with oilier oleini
completing a republican orgai
and in pas n ? such measures i
bo deemed of imporlanco to rep
policy is nlmoH certain. The
with D.ivis in the chair , is alrc
Senator Durnsido ha ? bee
cccdisd by Nehon W. Aldrich. ]
Miller nnd I/iplmm , former co
men from New York , have fill
icata vacated by Conkling nnd
Senator Whi'loin , nfter orvi
country most brilliantly as ee
lias been rc-clc
> f tlio treasury ,
fill his old scat in tlio sona
'Senator ' Kirkwood's old chair is
; ) iod by Senator M cDill. Tlio p
somposition of the sonnto isna f
ilopulilicnns ! ? dcmocr.its 37 ,
iuslera ono ( Mahone ) , indopc
ono ( Davis ) . Doth Srnhono nm
nay bo expected to vote with t
iiiblicatm on moat party que.itio
niring thoni a working majority
In the hotiso of representative
vacancies have boon created ail
adjournment of congress. I
Krye of Maine , Aldrich of lllu.
and , Conger of Michigan , mid
ind Laphatn of Now York , ha\
iromotcd to the senate.
The death of Fernando Woe
: ho appointmuntof L t' . Mbrtoi
French mission have created tw
vacancies in the Now York delt
which nt the last election won
iiy the election of. Mcssra. liar
flower , democrats. The cap
Mr. Morton's district by the
cratn has lust the rcpublicane
majority in the house nnd the t
of parties in that body now sfc
iollo.wa : Itepulilicntis 140 , dei
ISO , greenbackers 8 , readjustor
independent 1. On party issui
a full attendance , the ropublicu
easily maintain a majority. T
readjustee will work with the
licans , and of the eight groenl
five were elected by republicai
and will probably act with thu
nu the main issues. Rov. J ,
smith , the independent , is an
publican and leana strongly t
that parly. It will bo scon f roi
figures that in both houses c
ircss the , division of parties
usually closo. In the senate , v
vote of both Davia and Maho
republicans will have ft maji
two. "With a full attendance o
d-jinocrats and republicans
divided vote of the two doubtfi
tors there will still bo a tio.
house the greenbackors no long
the balance of power. Shoul
and thcrcadjustcrs nnd hide ]
cast their votes with the do :
that party will have a majority
but the votes of the rcadjuati
Smith will give the republi
majority without the assistaiK
single greenback voto. This
ness of party division is likcl ;
suit in a full attendance on bo
and as much important leg
will bo brought before congres
next session it is , perhaps ,
that there will bo fewer ab
than at former sessions of thai
Poou Jay Gould ! Ho has 1
Howard Wells thrown into a d
for writing him threatening
with a view to extorting monoj
number of threatening letters
to towns nnd villages and c
with a. view to extorting subsi
some of Gould's schemes won
up a legion In number. Ik
sauce for the granger geese
sauce for the nionopoly gander
Thirty-file scholars are aUili
ichcul oMina at OoulJen.
Artciian water wr.s htruck fewest
west of Tulare , lit a depth of 330
The hydraulic minor owners hi
ths uiliclnla who cut off their w
Twelve valuable horses were 1:1
hunch , by a train near Biilcn
A fanner at San Hafaal , thU1
raised eighteen pounds of potatuc
Chestnut ticcs boar heavily
conuty , uiul their cultivation pro
Tlic income of Ulmia Sn ckclH , i
finer of San FrancUco , la said ti I
| ier day , or ovvr 92,00 ' , OIJO a year
Tim total grain yield of Scot
thU season is 207.7U3 uuMiels , t
87,000 U wheat ; the remainder ,
Frank C. lUnn tt , republican ci
for county clerk nd r cord r
connty rrnt shot in th * back by
Yoiinif , of CrookvilU. Tolitlca ca
Vivo tons of castor beans worn
trom Oaltdale , Staniilaiu county ,
Francisco la t week. They grew o
acres of Imul. and nro worth from
* The vetoinna of the rebellion ar
a fund to establish a home for
soldk'n on thecoant.
iii will coat $100,000. The horn
erected In San 1'rauclico.
Tht chkrlty ball which is to be i
tin Cr nd ojnr * hoiu on tin ev
th * .Hit Instant , ii tb * t lk not
DiuTtruutof th * entlr * t ta.i
furtwo cost 510 , Tthil * tha prlra
r * valuid At 9100.
3'or the firet ton inoutha of the
year the export vnluo of morchai
jmtted from Ban Francisco to tl
were : To HoiiRkonL' , $1.020,081 :
f2.2Mi.033i Juiwn , 5384,003 , and
Kaat Indies , JIO.IW.
There l talk of an ob rvntoi
pjt.kccd on Mount Han Itcrniidi
Thl mountain Jtanth on the bord
chmntcs. Whllt 'r.n Hide 1 ? bath
erpetnnl mnuhint nf a cloudless
the .thcris Rweit by the t > ton
The a wsment of Multlimna
howd the gro < K rnlnatlon to bo
D"0 ! exempt and IndebtcilnefH d
5.S29-150 ; net vnluatinn , 813,870 ,
crease n\cr Idit year , . 3,305,4W ,
Jinlgo Scott , in the ftato circu
has rendered n dcctt-c cranllny
Urogon and Oaliforn > n railrosd \ > n
in fco aiinplo , of fourteen Mocln ol
the lownr ) , art of 1'ortland , value
bout S''J'i.OOO. ' Hen. UolhcUy
fcndant In the nuit , and besides
scjwvd S-0,000 damage. * and cosU <
The rate paid fo fine r.ilvr at I
ion Mint is Increased to ? Ui per
Ths shlpin3 ! of cattle to ( ' ;
from Winncmiicca Is iHsuuilnt ; In
Tha total amount of radr casl
ranltH df the xtat- > treasury on the
> Unt iva ? 'J30132,72.
Pinkeye has appeared in Mnwn
[ iyon cou .ty. nnd s > nio vnluvbli
invo died nf the dleonler.
The gradtnt ; of tlia Nevada and
s being pURhcil rajildly. The i
) Tcr thirty miles out ) of Hcno ,
Full C' Iniuz operation ! ) have 1
itiincd at the United States Mln
on , > ftcr a ro.it of RCVCH months.
ItH cUiniQ'l tlmt there i * n nioti
ropper nnd iron in the district
lovelock's Stntlim , wlilch ] IM nc
Mining inaltcM * t Glendalu ar
M % .
An inf uriato I bulfalo gored a I
leath at Hud Water creek.
The i enitontiary nt
[ ircfcnt over sixty-two inmates.
The country about Warm a
Sjirinfl creeks I * Kcttllng up rapid !
I'Vinalo ilomeatifH are scarce at
nonth nt Miles I'lty , while the c
Miles City is thrco years old ni
topulatlon of 1,500. MiniatuM d
t as the Sodom of tno territory.
Thu managers of the Western U
krrntiKing ndditlonal telegraphic
Ktwcen the l.xrijo tnwn < . A ( ; en
ihango for the Montana Telephon
iorporatiou organisaj under tl
a\vc , will lie opened immediately.
10 conceit d with Jlelcna and lee
n the near future.
Experiment ! in raising cott <
iilcccRsful in S.llt Jtivcr valley.
Arizona ha < fifty-live stamp
'roni ' two to ono hundred Uami
tfgregating 085 stamps.
The Tuctnn Cilisten says that the
Indian killed durin : * the recent h
H Arizona , "pjssed in his checks
cciuest nf a party of citizsns o
, tolen stojWJ
The men lieint , ' shipped to New
uid Arizona by the railroad couip :
ockcd in passenijer cars aud not
.hu slightest chance to "jump the
\bout I.DUO men , all told , have
cached their destination.
Chiyenne has organized a brass
A poatolficn war ia cropping
A telephone exchange IB btin
ished at Laramie.
A m n named TRubenbcrger
st Itok Springs by tak'ntf poisoi
Cattle men have finished their i
for the season very satisfactorily.
* ro remarkably fat.
Building and fencing Is the ordc
; Uy vrith rnnchmen. Hun'ireda o :
the beat quality of liny is now cul
two years ago it would not pay to
Tha inlt works in the northeast- -
asr of the territory are being sua
worked , and their product is ah
Dead wood mid thence to other ]
the Black IIi > .
During the upace of one in
throe days , beginning in August i
ing in October , there were handle
U. I' , baptfago room in Choyen
pieces ot baggage.
Sh rnian is enveloped in five fei
beautiful. Fully-100 cars of frig
muUted in Laramie y&nla dm
blockada , nnd th * Ride-track ] all
to Kuwlinsvere full.
A ino t rcmarkabla diicorsry 1
mads in the Sw et attr countiy ,
oiniu ' tciritoiy. It ii a dcpo
phuria ncid in its natural et
ground is impr gnated or r a Ian
100 acres or mor and partia h
claim * open it.
The oil springs of Nortliwosts
oining are quito a curiosity. Tlie
rifiea to the top of the springs c
nftcr oozln ; through the ground , :
the nurfaco ia ' 'skimmed'1 oil for
is of a bin * black color , nearly as
thick as tar , nnd makes the best <
Koiso City ia fast assun'ing n :
tan airj. She's to have street hu
The now public school building ,
lioiso ( Jity is so proud , is neirin ; ; :
tlon.The leading mine in the Wo
district of Idaho is the Minnie
which a short time ago bold for $1
llcports from nil of the mines I
vclopcd in the Yankee York dis
Tory favorable , and a good many
It is estimated thatthero are 17
engaged In inining in Colorado.
The colored churches of Denvci
Hchor by the election of a n
mayor. It was u bet ,
The earnings of tha Denver
Grange railroad was for the lirM
November were 8138,781.02. N
miles operated , 070.
The corner utono of the now cil
Denver was laid last Saturday ,
and civic gociHics turned out , i
groiul and impo&ing pi occasion.
Henry 1'opo of Lendville is und
for "ualtinp 97 tuna of ore , fr
ouucea to " 51 qunces , which ho w ;
to the St. Louis Smelting nnd
Company. G. II. Larko , tho'i
caught I'oi > c In the act. The
would 1mo lost S'223,000 had
DAKOTA AND THE BLACK. HI
F.ggn are in demand in Deadw
cents a dozen ,
Work linn commenced on the V :
horse street railway.
The telephone line between It
Koekervlllo Is now in working ord
l'y th * close ( f 1881 Dakota t
expended $000,000 for schools an
The Trail ! county bank paid i
31 , < 00,000 during the month of 0 <
wheat check * .
The Valley City Improvement
first ton months of the year 1S81
to nearly 9300,000. -
Forty acres have been platt
new town of Kibbovllle , four mi
of Tower City , in Barnes county.
The Deadvvood Tlmei Bays lhat
five inllea from Cue ter nro modlcln
in all rcsuccta and for the same d
valuable M the Hot Springs in i
Quartermaster Wheeler ia fcl
grieved and Indignant to dltc <
H.nneof the Yankton sutferew \
supplied with govcinment tcnta , i
tliroucli his oiF.ce , have been tin
enonpli to ruft away -with the 1
ForLTotten. 80 miles north of
town , h ono of the most complete
tions of the new northwest , ltd c
tion co t half a million dollar * ,
jchooli for the Indian * , t' gethcr w
buildings in connection with their
turn' ' vork , have occasioned coii :
a 'ditionn' ' mitliiv , Twelve hundrt
are on the Fort Tolten re ervatlnn ,
of them nre asricuHurists , and
schools tluir children arc pro )
rapidly In reading , writiuc i.m
Council Mock ii the future Load
the Galllnns mountain' ,
Las Vegas nnd Mineral City ,
miles apart , nro to be connected I
Fifteen inches of snow fell on t
nnd stock on the plalm , especial ! }
The Tcxns Pacific and Southern
railroads nro but thirty-six miles n ]
are rapidly closing the gap.
The coal mines in Dillon Canyon
cccdingly rich nnd numerous. TIi >
find i.s n vein fix feet , ten and <
inehc.i wide , nnd the quality of tlio
The lathers of lutto hnvo struck
The Utah & Xorthcrn has seen
plo depot facilities nt Unite.
HSutta chipped 2S2. > i pounds offer
for th week ending Movcmbor fith ,
The sisters of St. Vincent de l.'ixt
ujieiiud a well arranged hospital nt
The Utah arid jS'orthern branc
Dillon to the National Park , by
Virgiia City , will bo 130 miles in
Throe Indians at Fort Melcot
recently tried for her < e-stcallng , nm
found guilty , w re sentenced to tin
and a half , and ono year's hard lab' '
Thpro sro now nbout 2,000 njipl :
for the | ) iirchase of railroad lands li
tana filed ut. the oftice of the > . '
Thejon TJUCO to Mullan Pass tut
fho _ N' ' rthcrn Paoilie , is a solid l
white ma-blc. The luiiuul , con
\ vlbo \ \ 3,800 , feet in length , nud en
Divide from tint eastern npiiroacl ;
fifteen miles from Helena. The t :
quired to perform this grand piece
is cstnu ltd nt from fifteen to c
months and the coBtpl.ced in the
borhood of $2 0,000.
The new Catholic hospital in Sa
is ussuming nugnilieent proportiu
will be n fine structure.
The Otfden waterworks conif
pushing the work of ) iipo laving
will not be long until water \vill b
ing through HITS city from the Ogdc
Tno Utah & Northern is unable
all the freight awaiting Hhipment
den , because the demand for coal a
plies for the road cuts the supply
Who that has ever lived any tim
country but must have heard of tin
of Burdock ns a blood purifier. 1
lilood IJittera cure dyspepsia , bill
and nil disorders arising from
blood or deranged liver or kidneys.
Sl.OO. trial l-cttles * 17
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperi <
May properly bo called the "Hercules" i
clno , for It clians Nnturu'd augcan ttalj
allows the recuperative powers of the K
d tha work ot restoration to kcalth. ]
clno cure ; Nature alone cares. This
openi the proper avenues , the ( unctions
mlktcd to resume their work , aud tui
wo'.l.BOLT ) BT AU , DUUOGlSTadal
J. B. DETW1LI
1313 Farnham St. , OMAHA , N
Have reduced priixw and are nownuicv
UoJy Ilnisflfh , 81.25 to 81.00 ; ll t
Brussels , ? 1.00 toS1.25 ; Best 3-ply l' rt
to 31.40 ; Cost Ingrain , We to $1.15 ; t
grain , 35c to G5c.
Mattings , Oil Cloth and Widow
at Lowest Market Prices
Largest Stock and Lowest Pi
The Oldest Establish *
trnnsrected eaiue na that ol
Aceouiit ? ) kept In currency or l0'1 s
oU-ht chuck wltnout notko.
Ccrttf.catcH ot icponit nau > ! > l rmyable
six and twrha mouths , jcnrlng luterc
dciatnd without Ir.tcroit.
Advances made to castomors on appro
titles at market mtc-o ot Interest.
liuy and nail RcUl , bills of exchange
moic4 , state , county and city bondx.
Draw plc'nt dralts on Kn land , Ircla
land , and all part * of Europe.
Ball European pa.-vaf o llcltctn ,
COLLECTIONS PROMII'LY 1IAHR.
United States Deposi
- OK OMAHA. -
Cor. 13th and Famain
OLDK3T BANKING r.STABMSIlJlI
BucoEseons TO KOUNTZE
UT.VDL1B1IRU ISM ) .
Organized u 'a National Dank August
CAPITAL AND rnOflTS i OVKH
omcsrj AMD DIRICTORB :
U tut An KOU > TZII , Prcmdont.
AsuiniTca KOCXTZE , Vice ProeMent.
II. W. YATE , OarJiler.
A. J. 1'om.xroN , Attorney.
Joiix A. CRUIOIIIOS.
F. H , DlViD , AESt.
Thl bunk receives deposits without :
Issues time certificate boArin ? InUreff
Draws dralto on Kan Franrisco Mid
cities ot the Unltad Htatos , ivlso London
KillnburRh and the principal cities of t
ncnto ! Europe.
Sells ] * aaen er ticket ! ( or cmlgnnU
Geo. P. Bemi
BEAL ESTATE AGE
I6th and Dodge Bti. , Omaha , N
DOOB not rpucubte , nnd therefore any
n ItH l xiks are insured to Its patroaa
l > v lh ti'cnt'
Take BLACK-DRAUGHT " a
will ucver Lc bilji ' .
For Sale By
THBBHIH1HD DQUBUS 8T8 , ,
No. 1 , J-'cwhonso , 7 rooms , on Cumlng street *
car Snutnlorp , 81200.
No. 2 , 2-Ktory homo , 0 icoini , well , cittern ind
arn , Wchster , near 16th ftrout , $2.W ,
No. 3 , House ol 10 rooms , on lliirncj- , near
h stri'ot , Btciii * toundatlon , lOCK ) , " "
No. 4 , l trgo houna of 11 rooni , on Webster jC"
trcct , near Crel liton Colleite , 53W.O.
No. 0 , Hmibu ol T rooms , on C.-UH , near 17th
trcct , s-0000. '
No. 7 , Uouio ot S rooms , 3 lots , on 17thstreet'
nr Ir-inl. S3 00.
No 8 , Ilotifo nt G rooms , on CUM , ncv.r 14th ,
2xl3i U t lot , J1SOO.
No. 0 , Houtio o ( 8 roomi , hltchcn , etc. , or
'ail ' , nrnr 13tli bt cat , S:00.
No. 10 , llou o of 3 rooms with lot 22x132 loot ,
n C fi , near 14th ntrcct , 1000.
No. II , llouso of Grooms , on 10th street , near
( ousUu" . 44\OU feet lot , 84000.
No. 12 , Iloufuof 0 roomn. brick foundation , on
Inrnoy , near 27th vtrect , 81000.
No 13 , 1 etory noiv house ot C rooms , brick
jtimlruion , ol St. Mnry'n uvcuue , near convent ,
No. 14 , llouso of 5 room ? and summer fcitrhcn
n 20th street , near clarlt , 82f'00. '
No. in , Iloueo ol 8 rooms , on Kliorman avenue
10th street ) , iicur Nicholas , $2250 ,
No. 10 , 1 i-story house of 4 rooms , cellar ,
table , etc , , on Davcnuort , near i2 < 1 street , 21500.
No. 17 , 2-atorj' brick Iionsu of 0 rooms , near
n.l ol red street car turn table , $ 2350.
No. 13 , House and 2 lots , 4 block ! west ot High
chool , S2SOO.
No. 10 , llouso and Slots on road to park , near
ciul St. MaryVi avenue. 3500. '
No.W , Hnusouiid llj lot * nearHoscaU'sSouth
Innha , ? 2f.OO.
No. 21 , House nnd lot on Duvoop.irt street ,
.K\r ICth Htruct , S5500.
house nnd lit 32x68 foot , on
No. 22 , 2-ntory
Invonport , near 12th street , ! ? 1300.
No. 23 , House o I 4 rooms and 2 lots on IV til
trect , near Izard , 81200.
No. M , House audi lot on 10th ttrcct , i.oar
lodge , OW.
No , 20 , House and i lot on 10th street , near
Ijpitol avenue ,
and lot on Jackson , near 13th
N * . 2T , 2 housoa
Ircet , J4300.
No. 29 , Shouscti and Hot on California , ncc
3th street , 85000.
brick homo of 4 rooms with
No. 30 , IJ-Btory
D ! 60x200 feet , on Sherman avenue ( IGth etrect ) ,
.ear . Izard , $3000.
house and 33xCO feet , on 13th
No. 31 , 1 j-story
rcect , near Howard street , 82000.
No. S2 , i.-story house of 0 rooms and two lota
Hi Mason , near 15th street , 23000. V
and full lot on Cnplto
Np [ 35 , Larse house V
Tcnuo , ueor 13th street , 82300.
wl lot 4ix -
No. 30 , 2 throe-etory brick liouscn
13 feet , on Chicago , near ISth street , % 0 cncb.
No. 37 , House of 7 rooms with li lot Paul
itrett , near Ibth street , $27W > .
No. 33 , House and lot on ISth street , near
liermaTi , $1860.
No. 3D , House of 6 roorni with 44x66 feet lot ,
ISthHttoct , near California , 82600.
No. 42 , House of 8 rooms with lotlOOxl&Ofeet , .s
n Coburn , near Colfax btreet , $3500.
No. 43 , HOUEQ and 2 lots on Chicago , near 20th
trect , 87GJJ.
No. 4 ( , Lar u house ol 7 rooms , cloacta pantry ,
ifdl and ctltcrn , on 18th , near Clark Ptreet , 83600.
No. 4(1 , Uarjre house with full block , no\r new
hott ower. S2000.
No. 47 1 Iou o of n rooms with i lot , on Pacific ,
icarllthbtrcet , 83000.
No. 49 , Brick house of 11 rooms , well , c'stern ,
; as throughout the house , good barn , etc. , on
farnliam , near 17th street , $ < XX)0.
No. 50 , Houao ol 0 rooms , cellar , well , etc. , on
10th , near Paul itrect , $3000.
No. 63 , House ot 6 rooms and cellarlot 33x132 ,
i3 St. JInry's avenue , near convent , $1600.
No. 55 , Four houses aml8Sx20 feet , on Davcn-
> ort , near IGth street , $6000.
No. 60 , Hou'o of U or 10 rooms , on California ,
101 r2Ut street , $0500.
No. 67 , HOUEC of 0 rooms , summer kitchen ,
clUr , cistcrti , well , good bsrn , etc ; , near St.
lary's avenue and 21 t street , S3000
of 7 rooms yood barn , on
No. 6S , New house ,
Ycbbtcr , near 22d street , 82500.
No. .TO , Four houses with i lot , on 12th btrcet ,
icar Coss. 82500.
No. 60 , House of 3 rooms on D.ivcnport , near
: Srd street , 8900.
No. 61 , House of H or 10 rooms , on Hurt street , A
lear 22nd btri-ct , 85000. " "
No. 62 , llouso ol 4 rooms , 1 tlory , porch , cel- S
ivr , cistern and well , on llarney , near 21st street ,
No. 03 , House ol 4 ro ms , clnscts , basement
nd cellar , near \Vhlto Lcml Works , 81000.
No , Ui , niiildluK on leaded lot , on Dodijcfltrcot ,
iear pobt ollice , etoro below and ron ) > 3 above ,
see No. 05 , S lots with birn and other Improve'
nciitu , ncir street ear turn tublo , 82000.
No. 07 , New hou-c ot 0 rooms on 17th , near
Jumlnt ; street , 810CO.
of 12 looms , over/ '
No. I fine house
ty , rgu
ISth near Chicago ,
lilni ; comiileto , on ,
No. 70 , Jlousa on ISth ttrcct , near Davenport ,
tore below and rooms atiotc , barn , etc. , SltOO.
No. 71 , Houift ol 8 roomii , fine cellar , all com.
ilcto , on California , near 21at , 87000.
No. 72 , Ilrlck housu , W or U rooms , on Davcn
iort , near
No. 73 , 11-story house , 6 rooms , cellar , wtl
ind cittern , on Jackson , near 12th , 81MO.
No. 74 , Ilrick lieu e with 2 lots , fruit trees ,
: tc. , on 10th , near Ca | > ltol avenue , 815,000.
No. 7f > , Hou'ia ' of 4 room * , basement , lot 171 *
,32 feet , on Matey , near 7th,8076.
No. 70 , li-ttory house , Brooms , ,
uar 16th street , $4500.
house 11 rooms , closet * , fur-
No. 77 , 2-story ,
barn Uu. on Furulmin , near
r.co , fruit trees , , ,
th street , SsOOO.
No. 81 2 houses with 0 rooms , and other with
rooms , on Uhlcaffo , near 12th street , 83000.
hoUK' , Croomn , 4 clobets , well
No. 62 , Ij-Htory
nil 100-lmrel d > tcrn good lir.ri ) , on 1'lcrcu Bt. ,
icar 20lh ( near new tfiAermnuit corral ] ) , 81SOO.
No. b3 , 2-atury houno , U ruumi , coalahetl , food
. ril , cUU-rn , ou } lot , on Capitol avuiue , uca
2th , * 2 00.
No. 81 , 2-story house , 8 rooms , 4 below nnd 4
bovu , 3 cloacta , co'lar , well and cUtrrn , with &
cri'H ( jrounJ , ou SaunderdBtrict , near llarntka ,
No. 85 , 2 storeshouso on leased } lot , lease
utm Z rears from April 1st , l&bl , on 1'aclllc at , ,
iear U. 1' . depot , 800.
No. SO. House , 16 rooms , well , cistern , etc. ,
icar Uth and llarney streets , fOOOO.
No. b7 , ' - story house , 3 rooms , well with 40
L'ctof Hater , with 5 acrcsofuroiind , ouBaundcra
trcct , ueur U. B. liarracks , iiOOO.
No , 83 , largo house of 10 rooms , well , clitcru ,
arn , etc. , on CMS street , near 21bt , 87000 ,
No. $9 , I.arxo house , 10 or 12 room * . onWcb-
tur trcct , near IBth , 7WO.
No. DO , Large rouse and beautiful coricr lto
ear Dodge aud 17th streets , $7000.
No. 91 , 1-story house , 0 rooms , etc. , on Karn.
am , near lOthttrcet , 81500.
beautiful , Vrlck hoiuo and 2
No. 92 , J-argo ,
Its , nctr Divenport and 17th streets , 818,000.
' rlck house , 7 rooms , with lot
No. 00 , l-3tory'l >
10x101 feet , near PopiiletouV , on Sherman avo-
No , 07 , 1-irKO house of 11 rooms , tarn , etc. ,
n Sherman avenue , near Clark btreet , uinlie au
GEO. P. BEMIS1
leal Estate Exchange
ICtli and Dougl as Street
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