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Omaha Bee.
Published every morning , en * nt Bun-
ay. The nly Alondny morning dully.
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Newsdealers In the United States. ,
ifttfons relating to News and Editorial
, mttcr nhould bo addressed to the Kniion
Letters ami Hemlttancea should bo ad
JVAHA. Drafts , Chocks and PostoIBoo
Jrdors to be made payable to the order of
the Company.
IhB BEE PUBLISHING 00 , , Props ,
BOTH republicans and democrata are
docgtng the tariff issuo. The olio
Ido IB afraid and the other daren't.
in the south are skip
ping the country with great regularity.
The latest U ono County Treasurer
Woods , of Texas , who has gene to
join Polk and Vincent.
TUK motto "In Qed wo trust" has
been omitted from the now nickel
pieces. It Is still retained on the
standard dollar , where it IB supposed
to refer to the 14 cents of missing
Or course Senator Reynolds is a
crank. Every public man who can
neither be bought or threatened into
obeying the monopoly cappers is a
dangerous character who ( ought to bo
placed in the insane asylum.
THE French chamber of deputies haa
adjourned until the end of the week
and hopes are expressed that a llttlo
common sense may be injected during
the vacation Into that mercurial and
oxoltable public assembly.
THE Michigan senatorial contest
haa boon postponed until February
13th. It is generally believed that anew
now candidate will bo selected before
another ballot is taken. Senator
Ferry has not only failed of a r'o-eleo-
tion , but his business is ruined andhls
firm hopelessly bankrupt. '
Tuz proposition to increase the
hours of work in the departments at
Washington has sent a chill of horror
down the backs of every government
clerk. Six hears a day with ten hours
pay Is their Idea of a condition of af-
ialra with which civil service reform
haa no right to intotfero. There Is no
reason why the government nhonld not
receive as much value for it's money
as a private individual. If it does not
the taipayora nro being swindled In the
Interests of lazinrea. No merchant
would think cf retaining for an Instant
in his service an omployo who pro
tested that moro than six hears ol
Jabor was wearisome and unprofitable.
TIIE growing observance of Lout in
this country has been especlally'no
tlceablo during the past ton years.
This is duo largely to the fact that it
has become fanhlonablo to rent from
social amusements during Its contlnu
anoo , and the decrees of fashion rule
where the commands of sect fail to ex
orclso more than a passing influence
For the coming thirty-nine days , o :
until Easter Sunday puts an end ti
the season of presumed fasting , bollov
era and unbelievers will generally fol
low the fashion and oaaso from tbel
social labors. The flesh will bo ovei
hauled by the spirit. The pockc
book will bo replenished in anticlpi
tlon of another reason , and rcgnla
hours and fresh air can give place t
early morning dancing and the hoate
ball room. For this reason Leu
comes as a sweet boon to the dovotoc
of social dissipation , and has found i
lasting a plaoo iu the diary of
as it haa in the calendar of faith.
PRESIDENT AIITUUK is delaying th
appointment cf the civil service con
mlsslonors until ho can bo thorough !
satisfied with his choice. Within
week , however , it Is fully expected tl
selections will bo made. So far as U
newly enacted civil service law applli
to poetoOicos the following will 1
brought under its operation at tl
out start : Albany , Baltimore , Bosto
Brooklyn , Buffalo , Cleveland , dinol
nati , Chicago , Detroit , Indinnapoll
Jersey City , Kansas City , Lonisvill
Milwaukee , New Orleans , Now Yor !
Philadelphia , Plttsburg , Provident
Rochester , St. Louis , St. Paul , Si
Franclsso aud Washington. All the
have fifty employes and upward , ai
some others may bo added when t
full roBtcrfl are received at Washlt :
ton. It la hold that in making app
cation of the l&w It may bo extend
to postofliccs and custom houses hi
lug fewer than fifty employes. T
act requires the heads of dopartmeu
when .directed by the president ,
arrange lu classes the clerks "In othi
office ! , and under tills provision t
system may bo extended to oflli
having so low as twenty employ
Having thoroughly committed hims
to thb measure the pretidont n
doubtless extend the benefits of I
ystem as far at the law will perm
The demand for an Increasein the
number of judicial districts is especi
ally strong In Douglas county , where
the district court is two years behind
In its business , with no hope of relief ,
except from action of the legislature at
the present session. Under the exist
ing law the Third judicial district com
prises the counties of Sarpy , Douglas ,
Washington and Burt. Two-thlrds of
the cases in the district arlso in Doug
las county , while loss than half
the tlmo of the judge can bo dovotcd
to their consideration. In consequence
quence the docket Is constantly In-
croaning in slzo until at the present
time a case filed to-day in Omaha can
scarcely bo reached for at least
oighhtocn months to como. It IB evi
dent that relief Is nccorsary in the in
terests both of suitors aud of the judge.
Section 11 cf the constitution roads
as folio we :
"Tho legislature whenever two-
thirds of the members elected to each
house shall concur therein , may in or
after the year ono thousand eight hun
dred and eighty , and not oftener than
once in every four years , increase the
number of judges of the district
courts , and the judicial districts of the
stato. "
It is evident from the reading ol the
section that the number of judges iu
district may bo increased by legisla
tive enactment whenever in the opin
ion of two-thirds of the members of
the legislature such iricroaso is
necessary , and that the number of
districts may also bo Increased at their
discretion , under the restrictions of
the law.
The adoption of the first of these
plans would perhaps solve the prob
lem In the Third judicial district.
With two jadgcs there would bo no
necessity for dividing the district and
the dockets in the four courts could
soon bo cleared. Ono judge would , bo
morn than sufficient for the
needs of Sarpy , 'Washington and
Bnrt counties , while the growing re
qniremonts of Douglas county will
soon demand moro than the presence
and attention of a single judge.
During a portion of the , year both
judges could Bit at Omaha , dividing
the work of the session between them
and rapidly disposing of the cases on
the docket and the motions which
might bn brought before them.
This plan has commended itself tea
a number of our loading lawyers , and
la well worth the thoughtful consider
ation of the legislature. If there are
any doubts that it will conflict with
the requirements of the constitution ,
the opinion of the supreme court might
bo requested as its feasibility. If
adopted , it will obviate the necessity
of rodlstrioting the Third district for
some years to come , and will afford
relief to the overburdened docket
much moro rapjdly than if the district
were divided.
All that will bo required is an act
of the legislature authorizing the elec
tion of two judges at the election
which takes place next fall , when a
successor to Judge Neville is to be
chosen. The subject Is well worth
the attention of the Douglas county
Congress haa now before it two or
three bills which propose changcn both
In the torma of congressmen and in
the timu of ocsaioni. The present ar
rangement of sessions haa often been
crltiched. It wou originally duo to
the recommendation cf the constitu
tional convention that the old congrost
as soon as nine states had ratified the
constitution , should fix a date for the
choice of electors and congressmen ,
aud one for the choice of president bj
the electors , the congresamon bcinf
notified to assemble at the same time ,
and that as soon aa the proalden
should have taken the oath , "tho con
gross , together , with the president
should , without delay , proceed to ei
ocuto this constitution. "
The day fixed for this ceremony wa
the 4th of March , 1780. The term c
the first congroes , therefore
began on that day , and th
terra of each successive cot
congress has begun on the 4th c
March cf each second year since
Inasmuch as the constitution provide
that the term of the president sha
bo for four years , It is impracticabli
without amending the constitution , t
fix another date for the beginning i
hit , term ; but It Is hold that anotht
date may bo fixed for the beginning <
the term of members of the houeo <
representatives if it does not cocflli
with the constitutional otipul&tla
that they shall bo elected every se <
end year.
In any change , two objects woul
in have to bo kept It view. Ono Is <
no avoid a mooting of the old cougre
ad after a now ono ia elected. The to
ho oud Is to secure such an arrangcinoi
of the Boseious in wlll'glvo coiigro
inora time to work. The busintts <
cd the country now requires mo to tin
LV- for its consideration than ia givuu u
ho dor the existing lawa.
is , Mr. Blanchard , of North Oarolin
to haa introduced n bill to meet bo
those requirements. It provides that t !
ho Forty-ninth congress , which rill 1
: oa choion in November , 1881 , ahall t
08. gin Its first regular session on the 0
Oil of March , 1885 , Instead of tbe fii
rill Monday in December , 1885 , that
he on the day after the Inauguration
It. the president , and that no sitting
that congress shall begin on the first
Monday of December ; that the second
end regular session of that congreea
shall begin on the first Monday in
January , 1880 , and that the "torm"
of that congress shall end t t noon on
the first dny of December , 1880 , at
which tlmo the term of the Fiftieth
congress , elected in November preceding -
ceding , shall begin , to continuo for
two ycart ; and that thereafter , until
otherwise provided by law , the term
of each congress shall begin on the
first day of December , and the annual
sittings shall begin on the first Mon
day of December.
This scheme is highly commended
by a number of eastern papers , and
notably by the Boston Advertiser ,
which thinks that the arrangement
proposed would accomplish the two
purposes spoken of. The new congress
would moot soon after its election ,
and the now determination of the
people regarding the conduct of the
government's affairs would at once
begin to bo effective. Further , no
session of congress would bo prema
turely cut off , Each session would be
a long session , aa long aa necessary
even if it ran through the year , An
other thing that would result from
such an arrangement la that the pro
ceedings cf congrcsa aiTtotlng the
choice of president , whether simply
the counting of the electoral vote , or ,
iu case of no election by the people ,
the choice of a president by
the house of representatives , would
bo In the hands of a congress newly
elected , chosen by the people at the
same time that the president was
Voted for , and , therefore , moro likely
to bo of the same sentiment with the
majority. It ia not pleasant to think
that it may bo In the power of a congress -
gross controlled by a party the people
have repudiated to make the candidate
of ita party president for four years
ensuing. In case a powerful third
party should arlso before the next
election defeating a choice by the
electoral college , the next president
will bo chosen by the democratic congress -
gross oleotod last autumn , although
the congress olcctod iu 1884 may bo
republican. If the now congress be
gun its term and aesslon In December
following the election , anch a thing
oonld not happen.
Of course the term of ono congresr ,
the forty-ninth , would bo shortened
three months , ending on the 1st of
December instead c f the 4kh of March ,
put aa the bill provides for two ses
sions of that congress , and the session
of the next congress is to begin at
once , no harm would bo done. Prob
ably the country would not object to
their voting themselves the pay of a
full torm. Although there is no prob
ability of the passage of this or any
bill on the subject at this session , the
matter la ono of increasing urgency ,
and It la not iirprobablo that a chanpo
will be made some tlmo.
itALL has been called to Now York on
important business connected with the
Union Pacific railway , and will leave
Oinnha for the metropolis to-day.
The Amoa Intercut want to have o
little talk with Ktmball. They arc
not inclined to mince matters -wheu
they charge that the Union Pacific hoe
boon grossly mismanaged in the inter
est of Sldnoy Dillon and a gang ol
Wall street speculators , and thai
Thomas L. Kimball has boon the tool
through which the job haa boon per
formed. The stock has tumbled with ,
in six months from 116 to 05 , one
those who are in it position to know
assert that Dillon sold out before thi
drop. When Mr. Thomas L. Kimball'e
lutorost iu the construction rings anc
contracts by which the stockholder !
have boon swindled in fully exposed
the Boston interest , will have gooc
grounds for making home moro pointed
od charges than they fool in clinod t <
make at present.
TUB supreme court haa recently
given three decisions affecting thi
rights of atatea which settle the fol
lowing questions. The first aflirm
the exclusive jurisdiction of the state
over the civil rights of citizens. Th
second affirms the constitutionality estate
state laws prohibiting and runkln
criminal the intermarriage of white
and blacks. The third denies th
power of'any state to abrogate or i
° any way impair the right of coloic
3 citizens to sit on juries on account e
their color. None of these opiuioi
are in the line of a contralizitio
which Horatio Seymour recemly dc
plorod as the meat dangerous toi
dcuoy of the political times.
TIIE Century for February opet
Id with tm article on American Etchnn
to which Is less technical and moro popi
cs lar In character than most trcatmon
flat of the eamo subject. Artists' Mode
at In Now York is an illustrated artlc
IBS which has little beside the lllustrutloi
Of to recommend It. There are blograp1
ao leal sketches and critiques of Gcorj
n- William Ourtls and Frederick Locke
and an unusual number of continue
papers. Among the latter are M
th Gushliig'a doecrlption of the Zunl I
he dlaus ; the first chapters of Mr. Hoi
bo oil's now story ; Through Ono Admt
1st ration ; The Led-horao Claim ; at
Featnios of the Now Northwest , 1
rst E. Y , Smalley. Other articles of 1
U , torost are Evils of Our Public LSI
of Policy ; A Reception by Preside
of Lincoln ; The Jewish Problem ; at
The Spectral Morlgsgo , another of
Frank R. Stockton's humorous ex
travagances. The poetry of the num
ber is abundant and strong , The Oon-
atat Heart , by E. 0. Stodman , easily
ranking first. The Century Oo. : Now
THE oxporlonco of the city in mak
ing bargains with the railroad corpo
rations should bo a warning to it to
bo on its guard in future bargains.
The city gave up valuable thorough
fares and exclusive priyilcgea to the
Union Depot people in consideration
of having a million dollar depot
erected , and was cheated In the trade.
It made arrangements with cnrtaln
railroad corporations about the bridges
on Twelfth and Fourteenth streets ,
and was cheated In a manner that
would disgrace ' 'Hungry Joe , " the
Now York confidence man. It gave
'oplar street up for railroad purposes ,
ma no compensation woa made to the
ioor people whoso property was un-
Joubtodly injured. With those ex
amples before us there ia no excuse
'cr allowing the city to bo caught
igaln making a bad bargain with rail-
oad enterprises. Post-Dispatoh.
Omaha gave over a half a million
lollarn in bonds and land In consider-
lion of having a magnificent union
lopot created , and got a cow shod and
.ho . bridgn monopoly in return.
EVERY dishonest cost mill justice In
maha is trembling in hla boots for
ear that ho will bo legislated out of
ilioo , and every honest lawyer and
windlcd suitor feara that ho will not
> o. The duty of the legislature in
ho promises Is plain. Senator Brown ,
if Douglas , ought to have something
say on the subject.
THERE are fully 300 miles of rail-
oad alda tracks and switches in Dong
as county alouo , and not ono mile has
eon returned for taxation by the
orporatlona who are beating the state
nt of their juit dues and howling
gainst anti-monopoly oppression.
THE St. PaulPiojwer-PttM says that
ihoro Ia a suspicion that senator-elect
abin's methods are not always
marked by the virgin purity of the
rcsh fallen snow. The sane can bo
laid of Tabor and Bowou of Colorado.
MONOPOLY organs are boasting that
.he apodal railroad investigation was
farce. It remains to bo seen whether
hey can maku the same boast over the
railroad legislation which ia impend-
ng <
ALEXANDER III haa appointed Maj
27th for hla public coronation. The
dynamite trade Is happy over the
proapeot of increased ordera.
J. J. Ballard was arrested at Dubnque
Iowa , and taken to Ojceola , where he ar
clved on tbe 27th. lie was charged witt
seducing Miss Jennie Baker , who live :
near Shelby. A prelimary examlnatloi
was to begin this evening , when Misi
Uakor asked leave to have a private inter
view with Ballard. It wan refused , Im
the eherlfl agreed to an interview if him
self and deputy were present. The officer
stood apart from tbe unwise couple , wh
convened briefly. A click was heard , bu
beta o they could intcrferu Mian Baker hai
fired a 32 caliber ball into Ballnrd'fl shcul
der. The wound will not burt him , bow
over , and he will yet have a chance "t
marry the girl or go to jail. "
Henry B. Tahor , of Cambridge , wa
taken to the dtateinstne asylum last week
A few years ago , while working in a quai
ry , he fell backward and struck bla heai
upon a sharp ro'k , which occasioned prail
ual softening of the brain. One of hi
fancies is tbit a large fly ia on tbe back c
hla neck , and he cannot dhlodge it.
A case of rubbers was stolen from th
depot platfoim at Weeping Wattr lui
Monday night , and the thief took tw
pairs frnra it , leaving the rest in a lumbe
yard. He was couerou ? , and wanted t
give BOine ono ehe a chance.
Lea Howard , tbe ex-aonvict who bn
prepared a lesture on "Prlnon Life , " hn
been arrested for burglary ut Llncclu , an
thinks he must have a couple of yeai
inoro experience before he can complet
the lecture.
The Blair echool board cloaed tl
ecbooU for the rest of tbe term on accost
of imoll-pox , and allows the teacbeis t
retain their place * on a salary of 15
week. A couple of them "kicked" uu
got the grand bounce.
Asbland Is one of the many place ] whei
people get their coal from tbe earn on
dark night. The thieving is belt
stopped , however. A watchman at C
lumbun shot n thlet in the aukle recent !
as he w s getting away with a lump.
George Hartley and a tenant name
SIpe had a cutting f crape in Custer count
on the27tb ult , an ! SIpo'a in juries are l >
lieved to be fatal. Hartley left tbe coui
try. The trouble arose over a land trau
action ,
Wra. Pouett , of Precept , was fatally ii
lured tbe other day while going lion
from Beaver City. Jib team ran awa1
he was thrown out and several ribs broke
from the etfects of which ho ( Hoi
No clue has yet been found of the wrier
aboiltiof Klcbard M.illojthe Atkins :
teacher , who is supponed to have fr. zen'
( louth. It is reported tie had three <
four hundred dollars with him.
I ano Best , one of Mcdtton count )
itminrrr. uilfererl a stroke of paialyt
wtnlo doing chores In hU barn one m > r
ng recently He was r vived comewhn
mt a few days later had another htroV
wUoh k lied him.
Mia * Amelia Church , who had bei
teaching at Norfolk , left Ihere on Decer
ber 29 , Intending to go to Mndtann , SI
liaa not been beard of since , and foul pit
IB is ifipecteii.
The scaffolding tupportlng tbree mi
who were pla > terlnp the celliuK of tl
Wymore op rt housa fell on the 24th an
the men were more or leas Injured.
Prof. Drrinmond , principal of tl
I'luttstnouth hlRh school , was fined
( mall amount last Tuesday for "dresaln
an unruly pupil with a swlU'b.
A number of Tecumwh merchants wl
went into grtlu Vujlng aud ha\e lar
quantities ou hand , now find they can n
get cats toahlpin.
: d Went Point expects a great bulldl :
boom the coirinj ; reabou. A number
T.n . business men contemplate erecting bri
n- blocks ,
A subscription paper woa circulated
Tfcututth las' week tn buy akgforo
of the citizens -the said leg to ba made
id cork.
Jerome J. Collins , wbo perished on t
Jeannette Arctic expedition , was local
u < The Lincoln Stateiman a dozen yean ag
ad A high wind last Monday blew down
number o ? Central City chimneys , and t
people looked towards their cyclona car
ad Tba * chool homo at Birgent , On *
county , was burned on the 19th ult. . with
all the books of tbe tblrty.nlnetcholarii.
The Hill county Agricultural socle'y
ba * bosun work with a view to again se
curing the first prize at the state fait.
Itobert J , Kendall , an old-time editor in
the Elkhorn valley , ha become private
secretary to the governor of Tcxis.
Charles Hoyden , n York county man ,
trlnd to suicide with ct-ychnlno on the
25th imt , , but was pumped out.
Several purlieu Imve been arrested In
.TunUU for stealing railroad ties , and it
cost them 850 each to get out.
Mf SES Kldder and wife , of Norfolk , o'l-
ebratod tbe sixtieth anniversary of their
marriage on the ICth Inst.
Tbe Methodist church at Lone Tree was
dedicated on the 28th ult. It is tha first
church In Custer county.
The Christian church at Arapnhoe was
dedioikterl on the 23tb , and 8180 25 raised
to liquidate the debt.
Sidney talks of a Burlington and Mis
souri branch to Deadwnocl , from Akron ,
on the Denver line.
The Grand Army folks at Minden will
have a picnic on the 22d. It will be hold
In the court house.
A Humboldt man baa pot * up nn Im
provement on the harrow , and expects a
patent and fortune ,
A large part of Kuckolls county was
Isible to Falrfield people in a mirage the
ther morning.
ColumLui has one cite of variolnld , a
ittle girl recently from Wisconsin. There
s no alarm ,
Tbe teacher * of Butler county held n
onvention at David City last Friday and
There is a coal famine in a number of
allroad towns in the upper Elkhorn val
There Is one case of small-pox at Her
man and several in an adjoining precinct.
One Fh'lps county man lost over 200
beep in the storm a few weeks ago.
Louisville has a long-felt want supplied
The Observer , published weekly.
The Baptists of Wreplng Water will
mild a 82,000 church in April.
A "Sons of Veterans" society has been
rganlzaJ at Weeping Water.
A farmers' institute begins at Brock ,
fomaha o ninty , on the 20th.
There is talk of establishing a barb wire
manufactory at Grand Inland.
The Congregational church at Wymore
was dedicated las Sunday.
The Signal is the name of the paper just
started at Guide Rock.
The records of Furnas county are being
overhauled by an expert ,
Exeter wants a steam mill , a publl
jail and a jail.
The estimated number of cattle In th
state is 609,000.
The Ice is 24 inches thick on tbe Repub
lean river.
A Masonic lodge has been organized a
Nearly $50.00O.OOO.
The Immensity of the business don
by the Pennsylvania railroad company
eaat of Pittsbnrg in the year 18S2 Is
made apparent. The faot that the
nvcrapo daily income was $140,00 (
ftom its frafli : nearly $50,000,000 tor
the year. A review of their annual
statements of earnlrgs shows that
there have been only two periods in
the history of the company in which
the earnings have been BO high , but
the monthly average for 1882 la great
er than the largest earnings ever re
turned for any single month previous
ly. In September , 1873 , and in Octo
ber , 1870 , the earnings reached $4-
000,000. In the latter named month
the centennial traffic was very heavy.
The monthly average for 1882 is
$4,089,085 , while the largest earnings
of any month previous to 1832 were In
September , 1873 , and aggregated
$4,039,100 In 1880 the gross earn
ings were $41,2(50,072 ; iu 1881 , $44 -
124,182 , and in 1882 , $40.079,826.
The operating expenses wore : 1880 ,
824 625,047 ; 1881 , $26,709 809 ; 1882 ,
§ 30 647,379 While tbe gross earn
ings have boon large , the cost of ope
ration has also beau heavy. Over
$30 OOO.OCO waa paid out during the
year , and the bonofi ial effects pro
duced upunthu communities interested
by the distribution of such an im
mense earn cannot well bo overesti
mated. The rjrcspocts for 1883 are
such BB to warrant the belief thnt the
earnings will bo fully up to those
ast year.
The roller ekatern * friend. It cures
heir sprained wrists , skinned limba ,
nt'noses and bruised bodies. No
oiler skater , or other skater can afford
o bo an enemy of Sr Jacobs Oil.
The First Locomotive In Iowa.
0 obc-Dimocrat.
Tiiu statements in your piper this
naming regarding thofirut locomotive
> rought into the atato of Iowa wore
ncorrect. I vmi upon the ground and
that interesting event.
The first locomotive on the toll ol
[ owa vas the "Antoine La Claire " K
was brought across the Mississippi
river from RjckIsland , III , , toD.wen/
} ort , lown , upou elrh'r skids ore
; emporary track laid upon the ice , auc
not in a econr , IB stated I do not rn
member thn year , but it wai aboul
1854 or 1855
I remember distiuctly seeing thi
ocomotivo hnulod acre o the river anc
npthobinkat Dwunport , und rodr
upon it frequently , ai a boy , while il
was hauling construction trains upo :
the Misaiasippi and MUaourl railroad
lie Rhoumatism.Heuralgia.Sciatica .
Lumbago , Dickache , Headache , Toothache ,
B11 Bar * Thnut , Bwtlllni : * . Kprnlni. llrultct ,
llurui , hold * . rr t Illlrt ,
S 1J IT Druliliu ind D lrr > ci rwh r . FIR ; Ctatl
ge tollU. lltrMtloBi ID It Uomir" .
A. YO-.llua.iCO , ) lUIUBin , H < LtC.B.i
ok HjaolntliRi
BULBS Tnltai.
Crocus o * .
o , lndll other ( or F.UI Planting. Largett uteri
merit rrcr shown In Chicago *
IllustnUd Catalogue life. Send lor IL
on Hiram Sibley & Co. ,
lUcdolphBt . Chic
M tour Umea
tw household.
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Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
Cor. Farnam and 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
Growers of Live Stock and Others.
Ground Oil Cake.
It ia the best and cheapest food for stock of any kind. Ono pound is equal
to three pounds of corn. Stock fed with Ground Oil Guko in the fall and win *
tor , Instead of running down , will increase in weight and bo in good market
able condition in the spring. Dairymen as well as others who U6o it can tes
tify to Us merits. Try it and judge for yourselves. Price $25.00 per ton ; no
charge for sacks , Address
o4-ood-mo WOOODMAN LINSEED OIL CO. , Omaha , Nob.
Hellman & Co.
1301 and 1303 Farnam St. Cor. I3t
WhiskieS !
in I end or Tree. Also direct importers of
Jobbers and Manufacturers of Fine
I GA. .
Agents for Jos. Schlitz1 Milwaukee Beer ,
Bottled and in Kegs.
214 & 216 S. 14TH STREET. - - - OMAFA. HEB.
Association ,
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our Goods are Made to the Standard or our
& Guarantee.
Sole Agent for Omaha and the West.
fflce Corner 13tli and Haraey Streets , Omaha , Net. _
Druggists ,
Carpenter's Materials
Stair Railings , Balusters , Window
and Door Frames , Etc.
Kirat-olass facilttleo for the Manufacture of all kindea of Mouldings , Painting and
mulching a Specialty. Orders from the country will be promptly executed.
ndclrawftll comrnnnlooUntiito _ A. MOYbR. Proprietor
The Original and Only Regular SEED HOUSE in Nebraska.
Wa m kt * ipecUUy of Onion 8ml , Onlcn Beta , liluo GIAM , Timothy. Red Alfalfa tnd Wblt
Clover. Osag and Honey Locust. . Dealer ) and Uuket Gardeners will save money by buj lag ol ct.
r < i aJ ( or Ca'alogut , FRKK.