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Bi RO5EWATER. Editor.
Ropnbllonn htnto Convention-
The republican Hectors of the Btftto c
Nebraska are hereby culled to eenil deli
gate * from the novcr.il coutitlex to meet i
utato convention nt Omnlifton Wcdnndaj
September 2 ah , A. U. , 1882 , nt 7 o'cloc
p. m. , for ihepnrpoi * of placing In noml
tuition cv diilMes fur the following nnine
offices , \lr.i
Goiornor , Hcntcnnnt-Kovcrnor , eccrclar
of Plate , auditor , trciwurer , nttornov-Kcr
oral , commissioner of public Iwla an
butldingfl , superintendent of public Inntruc
t on ,
And to Imifltict such other l > u inp o
rniw properly como lufors the convention
The oevcral counties are entitled to roc
I ci-entatlvcR in the etato convention n
'ollowf , bntod upon the vote cai-t for Inan
Boweic , Jr. , in 1831 , for regent of the nUt
university ! Glvlntonc ( ) Hclcgnto to eac !
ono hundttd i-nd filly ( iM ) voice , and on
delegate for the frnctfon of Rcventy-fiv
7fi ) votc.i or over ; also ono delegate n
lnp for fftch nrennir.O'l rnunty. _
It IB recommended :
First. That no proxies bo admitted to
the convention , except nuch an nro hold by
pcrrnni rcnlning In the counties from
which the proxies are given.
Second. That no deleatofiljnll ( represent
an absent Member of his drlrcutlon , uulcws
ho bo clothed with nuthurity from tlif
county convention , or ia in poaacsslon nl
proxloo Jrom n-gularly elected dolcgatcij
thereof. JAUKS W. DAWFH ,
JOHN STKKN , Secretary.
LINCOLN , Ne'i. ' . July C , 1882.
TJIK Omaha Iteimllicun aayt Judge
flaslin wears low ahosa and no stock
ings. And now cornea the Republican
Oity Enterpriic and says "good enough
but ho woara congress gaiters about
this season of the year.
Tar. city authorities of Omaha ,
Nob. , place barrels of ico-wator nt
atrout cornnrs for the benefit of thirsty
pedestrians , and base fellows often tip
the barrels over into the puttor.
You must always go away from
homo if you want to know the nous.
THE bulls huvo the stock market by
the oars in Now York. The roporta
of fine crop wrathor , largo railroad
profits , ensy money , fall trade and the
whole horizon of business which is
announced ns altogether lovely , have
enabled the bulls to drive out the
boars nnd declare that they will hold
the fort for many months. The stock
market ia on the flood and rising ,
ANOTHKU prize ring is staked out
and another slugging show on the
boards for Saturday August U , in
Milwaukee , at which John Brooks
and John Ward will catch on to each
other for the value of $500 , the cham
pionship of the Pacific coast and the
gate money. This match originated
in the dilliculty which 1ms ombarassod
the democratic party in finding n suit'
able candidate for ojngros.1 in that
district , as it is nno of the articles
that the winner is to have the nomina
tion. It is none of our funeral , but
the country is sick of thoao biutolizing
HON. WILUAM UAILK , of oumolgli
boring state , has been appointed by
the president as governor of Wyoming
Territory. It is expected that this
appointment will bo promptly con-
Mr. Hallo was born in Henry
county , lowe , in 1839 , and for twenty
years has boon practicing law in Glen-
wood , Ho was a member of the
legislature of his native state , and
at ono time speaker of its house of
representatives. In 1808 ho was u
prominent republican supporting
Grant and Colfax. For eomo years
ho has boon president of the Iowa and
Colorado Minim ; company , which ho
organized and only recently resigned
to induce ex-Governor Gear , of lowu ,
to accept the position. As ono of the
loading lawyers and politicians of the
elate his services have heretofore been
distinguished in assisting others to
public place and this appointment IB
recognized by his numerous friends in
i'iho west M a just reward of modest
FETTER SCHWENCK'S 8XOIV
"And 1'eter Raid , man , I know notwh
111 cm enycst. And Immedlntely while
y t ppnico the cock crew. "
' 'And I'ctcr remembered the word of i
I/ord , how he hud d Id nnlo him bofo
the cock crow thou shall deny mo utlc
St. I.uice , xx , CO , andGl.
Peter the quack , surnnmi
S hwonek , is n good deal less roliab
in telling what ho knows about tl
doings of his master than St. Pot
WAS on the memorable occasion whi
ho denied hia master.
1'otcr the quack 1ms gene out of li
way to toll what ho claims to knc
about the bogus census certificate th
was palmed upon congress through h
agency. After wading through thr
columns of Peter's confession , wo c ;
roach one conclusion only , and that
that Peter has coached himself
do BO mo very tall lying.
Peter trios to saddle the ontl
blame for the disreputable job ,
which ho played such a prominoi
part , upon Tom Majors , whom 1
accuses of being the solo instigati
awd perpetrator of the fraudulei
scheme. Pctor denies hia inasto
Valentino , who doubtless recommoni
cd Schwonck na competent to do an
rascally job and must have been
party to the fraud from the bcginnin
to the ond.
It is notorious that Schwonk ho
been Valentino1 ! ) man Friday for soin
yoars. Tl'oy were both up-to the
nockn in the land office irauds at Wei
Point and Norfolk , and Schwoncli
through his intimate and corrupt rola
lions with Valentino , hold a club ovc
his head that compelled him to dofon
his dishonest and scandalous transiu
tions in the Norfolk land office. Pete
is very careful to deny hia master now
but it is well known that ho ha
gene to Washington last spring at th
behest of Valentino , through whoa
efforts ho was whitewashed in the in
terior department , and by whom h
nras indorsed for an important pnsitio ;
n the revenue service. But Pete
Ionics his master , and trios to mnk
) oliovo that Majorca inveigled him I
indortako a trip to Lincoln in CIUPS
if the bogus certificate , which ho pro
: urod from Alexander without Vul'
mowledgc. That will do to tel
ho tnarincfl. Valentino was juut a
loop in the mud us Majors was in th
niro. Ho know from the outset tha
ho whole claim was based upon fraui
md ho undoubtedly suggested ti
Majors the propriety of employing hi
nan Friday to do the confidentia
vork of rascality. The entire stor
hut Schwonck tells ia fishy , and needy
> ody will believe it who knows Potor'i '
uapacity to prevaricate.
UNUCJI the preeout system of rev
inuo and taxation the income of thi
[ ovornmont aggregates about § 150 ,
100,000 over and above the expend !
urcs. Now congressmen don't care
o reduce this surplus , for it gtvci
lomo oxcuao for n good round rivoi
md harbor bill' wider the theory o
addition , division and silence , one
klso loaves enough crumbs to providi
or "Long Branch" and "across the
ontinbnt" committees during tltb ro-
OTHER. LANDS THAN OURS.
The cable dispatches are still bur-
onod and monopolized by the nowe
rota Egypt and the influence of the
ituation on the treat powers. In En
land the most important change i
as ofTuctod was in the resignation o
Ir. John Bright , who objects to the
jurao of the ministry as opposed to
lat policy which has boon the xulo o
is political action. Bright was a
isciplo of Canning , the great father
t the non-intorforonco policy in the
wtorn question. The confidence o
10 administration , however , is ahowi
y the readiness with which the an
ouncoment was made in the house o
mimons of itu acceptance , and tha
is place will bo soon filled. The
Dvornmont is severely criticised from
to opposition benches for allowing
dmiral Seymour to open his guns
ithout force enough to land and save
10 city from such an atrocious inns
icro. The flight and escape of Arab
'asha ' , the doatruotijn of millions oi
roporty , the ruin of a noble city , am
10 uncertain continuance of adesper
lo war , are all laid at the doors of the
liniatry , because of an unpardonable
ogleot and want of preparation ii
ich a decisive action , unparalleled in
10 history of military expeditions.
The chief embarrassment of the
uropoan powers upon the Egyptian
tuation arises .out of the provisions
' the treaty of London , executed on
10 ICHh of July , 1810 , in which
russin , Austria , Russia , England
id Turkey were tho'hiuh contracting
irties. In the following year ( hero
as a convention on the Biimo subject
ml .included Franco. Afterwards
icro wcro alterations and amend-
onta to the articles of the treaty of
110 , and the subsequent convention
liich England opposed. These Eu >
ipcan sottloiuonta disposed of the
oat caotcrn issues as a matter af.
cting the continental balance of
iwer. The sovereignty of Turkey
us recognized and established over
( 'j'lH with the khedive merely as its
oo regent. Mohomot Ali and his
ireditary succoasora were confirmed
authority over the country of the
ilo and paid tribute to the sultan ,
lifl deposition was under the
electorate of the .European pow.
9. So matters stood when
o great enterprise of the Suez canal
as a necessity to the ocoin travel nt
cnmmorco around the world was u :
dcrtakon and injected into Egyptii
affairs the most important intoros
of England and Franco. The fro
dum of the Suez canal and the seen
ily of $450,000,000 became paramoui
items in the question of eastern dipl
macy. The heavy burdens which tl
extravagance of the khedive and tl
interest of this debt imposed on tl
native population gave Arabi a hand
to bin revolutionary projects and tl
massacre of Europeans culminated tl
crisis. The situation is further co :
fused by the fact that there are ful
100,000 Europeans in the ii
terior belonging to the various natioi
alitlos who demand protection fro ;
their government. In the mcanwhi
a now prophet has arisen in Islam an
the Mohammedans are flocking to h
standard. Ho has declared a hoi
war and overcoming all resistance
swelling his ranks by thousands i
volunteers and marching to join Aral
to drive out the European invader
Thcro is little confidence placed in tl
Turkish troops , who are not paid an
badly desciplinod , and who are of
kindred faith to Elmohcdi , tl )
prophet , and the patriot rebel Arab
In this situation England satisfies ho
self with enforcing order among tl ;
ruins of Alexandria , and in waitin
upon the great powers who are mtoi
c'stcd in the subject.
Franco haa boon grumbling at Gan
botta , who was the secret organizer c
the trouble and who did nothing t
liolp England out when the time fc
action came. To meet the demand
of the people the French govornmon
is preparing a considerable armamon
and keeping an cya oa the grim chan
collar of Germany before getting to
'ar involved. She has largo fmancin
ntorcsta and the lives of many of he
subjects to protect and will bo forcei
to take sotno decided action. Indoo <
all the great powera are more or len
> ound to enforce the treaty of 1810
The French position Booms to bo Urn
ho permanent interests of Englar.i
and France in the canal and othu
matters compel them to adjust tin
ituation under the sanction of thi
Hultan without reference to the othc :
> ewers , but an Franco did not show i
very prompt illustration of this thoorj
at the beginning of the affair in thi
larbor of Alexandria , so nowEnglani
s in no hurry to act without consult-
ng the other powers. Germany will
ertainly auppoit England and so wil
Lustria and Italy ,
The uncertainty as to the conditior.
f Arabi'a army whether ho if
till retreating ravaging the country
a ho goes , or entrenched in some po-
ition not far from Cairo and awaiting
lie reinforcement of the prophet bo <
ere moving to the attack , keep the
English close to their ships within the
walls 61 the city whoso defenses and
ortifications they are repairing as fast
The khedive has declared Arabi to
o a robol. That depends on the re-
ult. Success makes the patriot do-
eat the robol. If Arabi unites with
Slomhodi , the prophet of Allah , the
BBUO will bo a religious war which will
ojly every Mussulman to the front ,
md England will have her hands full.
Phis business is a more matter of
M 00,000,000 and the free passage of
ho Suez canal.
If Arabi can guarantee that , it will
tot matter much to England whether
ho khedive lives or dies , But as this
orriblo debt and interest are the
nillstoucB which Arabi refuses to hang
.round the nocks of the people , ho
wither can maka such a guarantee ,
tor would if ho cculd , and therefore
10 must remain a rebel until war con-
irms or reverses the docroo.
Cuba is getting expensive to the
lomo government. It formally used
o pay n handsome income , now it
ins just cost the Spanish treasury
$1,500,000 $ in gold.
The constant und flooding rains in
roland liaro nearly ruined the splon-
lid promiau of a harvest. The pota-
oos in the low districta are wet to the
kin , and unless the weather subsides
amino will add its fearful fanga to
ho sharp tooth of the repression
111. What an unfortunate yet lovely
The body snatchera got the body of
ho Earl of Crawford and Bnlcamo'u ,
ut didn't carry it further than 050
ards from the family vault at Dune-
liost in Abbotshire. They did bettor
'ith A. T. Stewart , but there may bo
smothing peculiar in the body of an
art. Perhaps the weight of the title
as too much for the resurrectionists.
Paris has had another of its diplo
uitio dinners on the occasion of the
oparturo of Count Von Baust , the
ivorcd minister of Francis Joseph of
ustria. Bismarck demanded his re-
ill from the Parisian court , und the
lunt took advantage of it to close a long
trecr of diplomatic aorvico by rotir-
, g to hb musical and historical ro >
'arches. ' Von Baust rose into prom-
unco on the terminus of the war that
idod on the fatal day of Sadova. Ilo
the father of the
n state , and the liberator of the
iws , but they repaid him by bocom-
g the tools of Prince Bismarck , and
volutionizinK the Vienna Bourse and
ruiflhing the German chancellor with
the means to threaten the disrupti
of the Austrian Empire.
The English attempt to improve li
tenements of the poor at the pub !
expense in the largo cities has prac
cally broken clown as far as London
concerned. Some fourteen areas , co
oring forty-two acres , have bei
cleared away in London under i
with the result of housing abe
3,000 moro people than were di
placed , The cost was enormous , tl
result practically nothing. The Po
body fund , by common report , 1ms a
compliance ! , in proportion to the gro
demand nothing , The crowding
growing worse and worse , and no wi
out of it is apparent.
Sir Charles Dilko's elevation to
icat in the cabinet will bo in accon
anco with the traditional policy i
keeping up the radical equilibriun
As John Bright's withdrawal loaves
great gap in the advanced liber
group aa against the aristocratic wh
section , the selection of Sir Charli
Dilko is tha least that could be dente
to continue the checks and balance i
an equally divided council bean
It is true Dilko ia considerably moi
advanced , moro pronounced in h
convictions than the old statesma
who has just retired , and his infli
once on the cabinet will probably bo
good deal moro active than those c
his predecessor. Ho will bo tl
alter ego of Joseph Chamboilain , tt
president of the board of trade.
Human life is apparently moro pn
cious in Austria than it ia regarded i
this country , to judge from the pn
cautions the government has taken i
respect to theatres and public hnll :
The Vienna theatre fire wakened th
authorities up to a duty , in the pei
formanco of which an edict has alrcad
gene forth regulating the building c
theatres , and their general suporvisio :
when built. It provides for a loca
supervisory commission in every towi
whore there is a theatre , composed o
representatives of thomunicipil au
thorities , police , medical profession
fire brigade and oxpurto. All nc\ \
theatres are to bo detached from othe
buildings , and are to contain no store
rooms or paint shops. All inflamma
bio properties are to bo impregnate !
with the fire-resisting fluids. Anopoi
gangway between every six rows o
seats is ordered , a shaft for the oscapi
of smoke is to bo erected and the au
iionco is to bo strictly limited to tin
seating capacity of the house. Am
these rules and regulations will bo car
ried out by the theatre inspector
ivithout evasion or compromise
Austria can't afford to have any mor <
people roasted , and the principle o
jconomy could bo profitably practisee
3 very where.
Among the provisions for the icgu
lation of the liquor traffic in Copon
logon just reported by the specia
sotnmission appointed for the purposi
ire these : The number of license :
ihall bo reduced -from 1,350 to 300
10 landlord shall bo under thirty-five
, -oara of ago ; female service , excopi
hat of the hostess , is forbidden ; drinl
; an not bo served to any person undoi
ilghtcen years of ago , male or female
> r to any one who is already drunk
i drunken person is to bo convoyoe
o his own dwelling in a cab or covcree
: arriago at the expense of the land
ord in whoso house ho rook hia las
A statue of Mnzzini was dedicated
ast week in Genoa. This was a great
opublicau demonstration , Mazztni
lover having consented to the mou-
, rohy in Italy , although he would have
loon too patriotic to accept the anar-
ihical theory of the present admirers.
Ecuador has its Arabi Pacha in the
toraou of Alfaro , who is making head-
fay with his revolt , and promising
Icath to all officers who support the
; ovornmont. Arabi haa not thought
if this , and by the time the hint
caches him it may bo of little service.
A letter-writer at Alexandria , a
roman givca a highly romantic ox-
donation of the Egyptian question ,
lor story is that , Arabi , early in his
nroer , fell madly in love with an
! yptian girl , the daughter of a fol-
ih , but the unscrupulous Ismail , the
.hodivo , also took a fancy to the girl ,
nil had hoi carried ofl" to harem with-
ut oven saying "by your loavo. " Ilo
riod to pacify the lucklois Arabi by
mking him n boy ; but Arabi never
argavo the injury , and from that
lomeut vowed dire vengeance upon
small and all his family. This is po-
uliarily a woman's solution of the
The right honorable , the earl of
Imftesbury , K. G , , pro.sided at the
unual meeting ot the Victoria philo-
> phlcal institute of Great Britain ,
hich took place in London on the
ith of Juno. The honorary secre
cy , Captain F. Potrio , read the re-
art , which showed the total number
: homo , Indian , and colonial mom-
jra to bo 950. Professor Pasteur and
any other woll-knownjinon of science
xd joined in the past year , to further
10 society's objects , namely , the in
stigation of all philosophical and
ientifio questions , especially thoau
id to militate against the truth
revelation. An address was
ilivorod by Mr , Trolawnoy Saun-
: ra , the official geographer of the
rvoy of Palestine. Ho described
o sciontilia results of the oxplorn-
m of Palestine and their great value
the historian , especially as the
cent work of the exploration
aoomod to bring the country bofo
the student of the present day ns
appeared to the inhabitants ninetci
centuries ago , and confirmed m
most remarkable manner the accurai
of the Bible record. Among tl
speakers were the Right Ho
A. S. Ayrton ; the bishops i
Adelaide and of Nelson tr }
spoke of the value of the Victor
Philosophical institute's transaction
and their great onxio'y for the ii
crease of the number of its mombo :
in the colonies , where its journal , n
cording the investigation of learned me
nto the truth as regards the philosopl
ical and ecicntific questions of th
present dsy , would bo even moro we
coma than in England ; Dr. Stern , Hi
celebrated Abypsinian captive ; Mr. .1
F. BAtcman , F. II , S. ; and Mr. I
Howard , vice president of the Inst
tuto of Chemistry of England an
Mr. Oonkllnn on Parties.
There li much tn the present condltlo
of the country tn make mccn feel togotlii
and act together in public and gcnert
concern" , wui > thought np.irt In yearn no' '
gone. Old party intercuts ha o Inrgel
liossed nw.-xy. nt leant M dividing lines.-
Hofcoo Conkiing at Utica.
It is true that party lines are lot
sharply defined than they wen ? . Ton
of thousands of democrats voted tw
years ago for James A. Garfiold. Thi
a I ate elected a democratic legislatur
last year. This senatorial distric
chose a democratic representative t
succeed the Jato Senator Wagner , am
other instances are not wanting t
show _ that the people are bocomini
very independent of bosses , if not o
parties. The two old parties wil
probably stand. There w ill bo som
changes from the ranks of ono to tn
ranks of the other. Bosses will f >
dawn and principles will stand. Th
republican party ia strong only as it
organization and its leadership repre
Bent the purposes of the men win
make the party. Saratoga Journal.
Tbo Russian Jews.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
There uro numerous evidences o
the fact that the matter of the migra
tion of the Russian Jews is beinj
sadly mismanaged. The bonovolun
societies in Europe have boon or
ganized for the purpose of alleviating
the sufferings of their peraecutec
brethren are crowding them ovcrfastei
than they can bo provided foi
on this side. The philanthropists or
the two aides of the ocean dc
not work together harmoniously ,
There ia either too much phi an >
thropy in Europe fcr the amount
there is here , or else in the formoc
casp it io not of the right quality.
Thinps would bo more satisfactory if
the European societies would send
eomo money for the refugees to live
on while they are being helped to
locate Probably the organization at
Now York is doing all it can undoi
the circumstances , but it is creating
indipnatiou in various localities by
sending doatituto people thither
without suitable warning. Not long
since the Hebrews of Milwaukee no
tified the Now Yorkers that they con
sidered themselves imposed on , and
that they withdrew from further
participation in the charitable move
A dispatch from St. Paul announces
that 185 refugees have juat been
dumped down at that point m a half-
starved condition , having been almost
without food for five days. The city
authorities ore doing what they can
For them until they can find work ,
which some of them may succeed in
[ loing ; but it ia not likely that they all
will at any time coon. There is some
thing inhuman in sending these de
tachments generally off in the country ,
leaving them to the mercy
3f whomsoever they land
fimong. There ia no benovo-
Ituioo m forwarding the refugees from
Europe unless it is known that they
will bo cared for at the termination of
their travels. There has boon much
, 'ivon to assist the new comers , but it
is a kind of forced charity. They are
[ lore and cannot bo loft to starve , but
it cannot bo said that they have boon
warmly invited. They have rather
been shoved upon us. Had it been
otherwise , the machinery for'provid
ing for thorn would bo bettor than it
s. It begins to look as if there was a
lystom in this thrusting process , BO far
ia the interior points are concerned ,
The Philadelphia Times says that
ast Thursday fifty-one families , who
lame to this country a few months
igo , loft that city for New York , en
outo for Europe , being enabled to do
10 through assistance. Of six hun-
Irod refugees who have boon sent to
'hiladolphi , The Times claims : "Less
ban one-fifth of that number found
imploymont here , aud the remainder ,
irith the oxcuption of perhaps fifty or
ixty aged people , were sent to
ither points. Those who were
ent away , for some unknown
oason soon returned , until almost
ho original uumbur were in the city
his week. " And again : "Tho refu-
eea themselves are dreadfully dissat-
ified , and ninety per cent of them
latnor to bo sent back to Europo. "
t is evident that if there is to bo any
arnpst practical philanthropy in collection
ection with the llussian refugees
omobody had bettor sot about it , and
liat the migration must bo chocked
ntil there is some way provided for
/ill be paid for the detection and can-
iotion cf any person selling or deal-
ig in any bogus , counterfeit or iraita.
on HOP BITTKUS , especially Bitters
r preparations with the word Hoior
[ ors in their narao or connected
lerowith , that is intended to mislead
nd cheat the public , or any prepara-
on put in any form , pretending to bo
10 same as Her BUTEUS. The gen-
ino have a cluster of GUEEK Ilors
lotico this ) printed on the white
bol , and are ( lie purest and best
icdicino on earth , especially for Kid-
jy , Liver and Nervous Diseases. Be-
are of all others , and of all pretended
irmulas or recipes of Uoi > BITTEKS
ibliBhod in papers or for sale , as
ley are frauds and swindles , Wha-
or deals in any but the genuine will
) prosecuted ,
Her BirrEus Mra. Co. ,
jj-22-lni Rochester , N. Y ,
FIFTEENTH AND DflnOL/iS / SIS
Beautiful bulldln ; eltea on Sherman ardni
10th street ! ( touth of PoDpleton's and J. ,
Urovra's riBldoncos the tract belong ! g to Sen
tor Paddock for BO many years belr
853 feel west frontatjo on the nvenu
bv from SCO to CSO feet In dcptl
running eastward to the umaha & St. Paul U. I
Will eell In strlpa of CO feet or more Irontayo o
the avunuo u-lth full depth to the rullrovl , wl
sell the aboi o on about any terms that purchas <
may dcslro. To parties who will ugroo to bull
liouscacoatln ? SliiOO nnd uprarda will sell wltt
out any payment down for one year , and 6 to 1
equal annual payments thereafter t 7 per cer
lut ri'St. To parties whcdo not Intend Iranrox
Ing iinrncdlaiciy will sell for cnc-elxthdown an
5 equal annual piyments thereafter at 7 per ecu
Choice 4 acre block In Smith's addition at wet
end of Furnam street will Ivo any length c
HinB required at 7 per cent Interest.
Also a splendl 1 10 arre Mock In Smith's add
tion on BIIUIO liberal ur nc force ; Ing.
No. SOS , llj.it lot on near 20th
No 804 , Lot on 18th ntroot near Paul , S12CO.
No 302 , Lot 30x230 feet on 16th street , nca
No 209 , One quarter acre Burl street , nca
No 297 , Two lots on Blonde near Irene etrccl
12:0 and $300 each.
No 293 , Two lota on Georgia near Mlchlga ;
No205 , Twelve choice ro ldcnco lota on Hamll
n btrect In Shlmi'n addition. Uno and slehth
60 to * 5UO each.
No 294 Beautiful half lot on St. Mary's at
inue , 30x180 feet , tear Bishop Clarkeon's am
! 0th street , 81000
NoV92 , I'ivo choice lots on Park avenue , COi
CO cacb , on Btrect railway , $300 each.
No29lSlx lota In Mlllard & Ca'dwoll's addltloi
in Sherman Avenue t.ear 1'oppletou's , ? 3uOt (
1 150 each.
No 2:9 , Choice lota on Park avenue and strce' '
ar line on r ad to Park , $4EO to 810'JO each.
No2SS , Eleven lots on Deca ur and Ircni
trceta , near Sounders street , (315 to 3IBO each
No 282 , Lot on lUth ne r Paul street , 97 CO.
No 281 , Lot 65x140 feet near St. llury'o avcnuo
, nd 20th street , $1600.
No 279 , Lot on Uecatur near Irene etrcct , $325
No 27ft , Fuurlotson CaluUoll. near Saundcr :
trett , eiOD each.
No 270 , Loton Clinton street , near shot tower ,
No 275 , Four lots on McLollan street , ncai
Hondo , Kogan's addition. 32i5o ch.
No 274 , Three lota near raca course : make
No 268. Beautiful corner aero lot on California
rcet , opposite undadjcining Sacred Heart Con-
cnt grounds , SlOiO.
Nottio , Lot ouMason , near ICth street , $1,3K > .
100 oisln "Credit Foiicicr"and "Grand View1
dditioi s , Just south-cast of U. P and B. A M ,
ailroad cpots , ranging from UO to $1000 cact
nit on co y terms.
Beautiful Residence Lots at a bargain very
andy to shops 100 to i260 each , 6 per cent down
nd h per cent per month. Cail and get plat and
No 250 , Full corner lot on Jones , Near 16th
troot , SJ.OOO.
No25J , ' 1 wo lots on Center street , near Cum-
IIR ttroet , $300 for both or$500 each.
No 151 J , Lot on Howard , our King etrcet ,
0249 , Half lot on Dodge , near llth etr'joo
No 2 17 , Tour beautiful residence lota near
'rdghtou ' College ( or will separate ) 98,000.
No 246 , Two lots on Center , near Cumlng
tieet , ? 400 each.
No 246 } , Lit on Idaho , near Cumin ? street ,
.ft o 45 , Beautiful corner acre lot on Cumlng ,
ear DutUm etreut , mar new Convent of Sacred
liart , $1,600.
No. 244 , Lot on Farnam , near 16th etrcet ,
No 243. Lot 66 by 1 on Co'lege street ,
ear St. Mary's avenue , 8700.
No 241 , Lot on Farnam , near 20th ctrect ,
No 240 , Lot 66 by 99 feet on South avenue ,
car Mason street. $650.
No 23 , Corner lot on Hurt , near 22d street ,
No 233. 120x132 feet o I Harnoy , near 24th.
: reet ( will cut It up ) $2,400.
No 234 , Lot on l > ouglaa street , near 25tn
No 232 , Lot on Pier street , near Beward
No 227 , Two lots on Decatur , near Irene itreet ,
! 00 iach.
Ho Z2J , Lot 143 by 441 feet on Sherman ave-
no ( Kith stieot ) . nca Grace , 92 400 , will divide.
No 24) ) . Lot KUOret on Dodge , near 13th
rcet ; make an oiler.
No2i7 , Lot on 23rd new Clartt , 8500.
No 210 , Lut on Hamilton near Uiug , 8309.
No 2o9 , Lot on 18th otrcet , near Nicholas
No 207 , Two lots on ICth , near PaclQo etrrst ,
No 204 , Beautiful resilience- lot on Division
reet , near earning , f 00.
No 10JJ Lots on ICtb street , near Plerco ,
00.No 10.JJ , Lota on Sauudeig street , near Sew.
No 1U4 } , Two lots on ! d , near Oraco ttrcet ,
00.No 192 } , Two Iota on 17th street , near white
ad orkii , $1,030.
N > 188) ) ; One full block ten Iota , near the
.tracks , $400.
No 191 , Lota on Parker , street , near Irene
No 163' Two lots on Cam , near 21st street
lit edge ) , $0,000.
No lt > U , Lot on Pier near Scward , $050.
No 170 , lx on Paclflo street , near Nth ; maLe
UolCO , Sir lots on.Farnam , near 21th sire et
No 103 , Full block on 25th itrrcet , near race
uruo , Ld three lota In Glio'i addition , near
lUudcru and Cuasius streets , $2,000.
Ho 127 , tot on Ibtn btiett , near while lead
) rks , $525.
No ! . ' , 123x132 feet (2 ( lot * ) on IBUi street ,
: ar Ponpleton'a , $1,600.
Nell ) , Thirty half acre lots In U lard A Cal.
ircll ad ltlona on Sherman avenue , Spring and
ratoga streets , near tha und of iroea street
r track , $ $50 to V1.SOO each.
Ho b9 , Lot i > ( 'Mc-ugo , near 2d itiect ,
N'oSS , Lotcn Mi-.no 1 ttreet , near Saunders ,
No F6 , Corner lot on Charles , near Saund-
is street , $700 ,
No 75 , BOxbS feet on Paclflc , near Etb street
HotO , l.-htecn lota on Slut , : : d , 23d and
uodera btiuelH near Grace aud Siundora street
15th and Douglas Street ,
WEIGHT ONLY 100 LBS.
Can Be Handled By a Boy ,
The hex nocil never be tikon off tha wagon and
Grain and Grass Seed Is Save
It cstatc99thin the old ptylo rucks. Every-
eUndard wagon Is tnlil with oiir rack comple.o
BUY NONE WITHOUT IT.
Or buy the attachments a i njiply tram to.
your old * ngon box. For salt 1 tf pbraaka by
J. C. CMKK. I , ntoln.
Fnr.D 'roar. , Orind la and.
lUaoLOTT & ( IriKRi , liaitt niri.
CHARD H BCIIRODKRII , Columbus.
SPANOOLR& FUNK , lied Cloud.
C. H. CRANK & Co. , Hcd Oak , Iowa.
L. W. Itfmni. ( Olonwoo1 , lowk
Ami every flr tcl dealer In th west. A'k
hem for descriptive cireulir or ooad dlrec1.
J , MoCallum Bros , Manuf'g Oor
Oaicc , 24 Wort LaVe Strrot , Chicago.
They nurpa's all others for eisy riding , etylo
They are for sale by all Landing Car
riage Builders and Dealora throughout
the country. &
SPRINGS , G'EAKI & BODIES
For sale by
Henry Timken ,
Patentee and Builder of Fine Carrlac s ,
OT X.OX7XS , - - IW10.
Are acknowledged to be the
aest by all who have put theme
; o a practical test.
BED & SOIT COAL ,
COKE OR WOOD.
SUCK'S STOVE CO. ,
Diercy & Bradford ,
SOLE AGENTS FOR OMAHA.
Improvuii tor IHbZ.
TUB IIKST AND
INLY ABSOLUTELY SAFE
STiMLOVK IN T1IK WOIIM ) .
Every housekeeper feels the wnntof
Dniethinft that will cook the daily
x > d andavoid the excossiveheat , dust ,
tter and ashes of a coal or wood stovo.
'HE ' MONITOR OIL STOVE WILL
10 IT , butter , quicker and cheaper
iian any other moans. It is the ONLY
HL STOVE made with the OIL
IESERVOIK ELEVATED at the
ack of the stove , owayfrom the heat :
y- which arrangement ABSOLUTE
AFETY is secured ; as no gas can bo
onorated , fully twenty per cent moro
eat is obtained , the wicks are pro-
srved twice aa long , thus saving the
oublo of constant trimming and the
tpenso of now ones. PJXAMINE
HE MONITOR and you will buy no
Mtnntactureil only liy tha
.onitor Oil Stove Oo , Olavelaml 0 ,
Send tor descriptive circular or call
i M. Rogers & Son , agents for No-
1iviu WECHANIOAL AMD MINING EN-
I QINEERiNQ.at the Ren ela r Polytech.
c Institute , Troy , N. Y. ThuoUeat oocluwr.
; tichool In America. Next term fcegln * b'tp.
nucr llth. Iho rojlster tor 18S2 cent la ute
to ! the irraau u. for the pa.t 65 jtaid , with
Mr i > ojHlou ; also , ciuric i ( tudy , require-
: nt , txpcnsw. etc. AiUiea
. , , , DAVID 61. GREENE.
Jltd tsdswlm Uireotor.
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