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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 23 December 1880

JiTTDfiKEYS-AT-UW CHARLES POWELL , rUBTIOEOFTHEPEACE omer 18th and EarnhaniEta. , AT me.Crelghton ATTOKKET fit. . NEB. D. L. THOMAS. 1 TTOEXK7 AT JJLVf IAHLTII money , buyi A. nd Mil * raj estate. Boom 8 , Crelghton Slot * . _ fi. G. TBQUP , A HORNET VT LAW Offlee In Hamooml J ! _ Block , rtlfc Ov-.rye E. Prltchett , ISO * gamh n St. _ OMAHA.KEB. DLUEP. L THOMAS , " AT LAW CrulckWank t Bolls AtTORNEJ" ArStf A. - AT V-Oflloe ISM Faruh ATTCRSEV T AWTEU OSw It. 0-rfrhtOB R'ost , cot t Jj PootCSce , COIABT ] O'BRIEH &EAP.riiTT , Attorneys-at-Law , OmCE-Dnlon Block.FVt * cth utf Farnham ATTORNEY AT LAW. URBACH BLOCK , COR. DCU5IETH STS. _ OMAHA. SEE. _ W. J. Conned , Attornoy-at-Law. Hanscom-i Rfteeuth and , IIZMC * l/QAS IL Z2 > IOK Attorneys-at-Law , SrwcKl k-.to.t : a fill 5 gi 6 to all mils Vralnrt | corpvatlma ot orery de 5ptloa ; will rractlce in al Itl.e Court * of e btata and tbe t nlted Stttw. OiBco. Farnhim Ft , Court Ilon j ED'-VARO W. S1KERAL , A rrouNnr AT LAW uoom e ...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 23 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE. Thursday Morning , Dec. 23.g BREVITIES , Additional locs.1 on first page. Paterwn sells coaL JJFortnn/creom/orfc / in caps , roles , car m : < ft , mufflen , go to Frederick , -Hotter. Holiday Goods at Kuhn's. Celluloid and Diatite Sets stSaxe'f. Celluloid Seta at Kuhn's , druggist. } Trimmed HaUat the 91c Blorr. Holiday presents at SaxeV , druggi&t. Lied League meeting atClarkV.Ha'l , o-night. In Ireland's crisis let evry Irishman dft his duty. A deserter was brought in from Sidney Thursday evening. The frame of the clock tower oa Max Miyer'g block blooming np. Cottage prayer meetings are being held in various places throughout the city. 'Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- en , Crtighton Block. o2G-tf BEST IN B THE WORLD Barar Glove fitting Pattern1) at Bushman's. tf The ball at Masonic Hall , to-night , for the benefit of f x-polieem&n Mansfield , shonld be welllpatronized. The new depot of the St. Paul rnd Omiha line , on Webster and Fifteenth s t...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 24 December 1880

r ; fi" \"VOL. X. OMAHA , KEBRASKA , EEIDAY. DECEMBER 24 , 1880. NO 160. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents CHRISTMAS , 1880. L ej.WiLI.IAMS1 . SONS , In each Department , we are daily opening choice Novelties for the Holidays r leather Goods , Belt ? , . . Card Cases. -Ipye , Handkerchief , Collar and Cuff Boxes. SHOE DEPARTMENT. Ladie3 * Fine Shoes. Gents' Christmas Slippers in * h Greatest Variety. v Children's Shoes , fine , warm and substantial. The Largest and Finest As sortment of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. in Omaha.at Reasonable Prices , i OcntV Silk UufficrE. 'iculs' ' > tlimcro Jluflhr * . Thi greati Kt varistj < il Siik .IlmJicrcliicfa ever Bliunim ! SI 00. FANCY GOOODS or ladies' * r. Uandkcrchieii r.rtj ( , , * fies Silk , Spanish Lce , I mill. ISu'J - .J CitoVnC. all wry ji itty. iiilKF : ; , riusej. Gimps. Vrimre mul Trim- tnlnga. FINE TA51E LINENS , &pUn,1Wl * ( " .ftbl " nd SUnl Covers Piano u > vt r. - . i , | rl > < iu lit < fi...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 24 December 1880

I THE DAILY E B. R03EWATER ; EDITO1 THE "faro dealers'frolic" is i promincnt'citlzon calls the bogt pension of the gambling dens i city. POLICE J UDOE HAWES is t&\5 8 meivhat agitated aa to where ning trill next it dice. If th don't strike sooner than the nex lion , it will make itself felt , the : THE city marshal is welco whatever credit he can obtain f post mortem order closing thi and kcno rooms of the city. Omaha is now governed it ni marshal to watch the marshal. ME. WEAVER made a manly ai to congress for the part in wh ; took In the combat with Mr. I on "Wednesday. "Behold how g flame little Sparks kindle. " DUBIKO this cold -weather long can the ink etand. [ K Constitution. Dunno. But how long can tl holder 7 [ Hawkeye. Tellushowlongcanthe pencil ; oner , nnd we'll answer that. [ C Republican. They are all right as long t " weather remains stationary. THE withdrawal of Governor ] from the Ohio senatorial fipht ate to Secretary Sherman his electi the first ballot , The pu...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 24 December 1880

STTOUJTYE-AT-LMI CKA8LES POWELL , OF THE PEACE Corner 16th End JUSTICE ! Sta. , Omaha Keb. _ WM. SIMERAL , AT LAW BoomeCrelghton ATTORNET St. . OMAHA , NEB. _ D. L THOMAS , TTORKET AT LAW Loans money , bojf M _ and ne'It real eetate. Boom e.Cnlghton Block. _ A. C. TBQUP , A TTORKKT AT LAW Office In Hanacom1 ! . ! _ Block , with GoorEo E. Prltchrtt. ICOfl farnham Bt , OMAHA , KEB. L THOMAS , .T LAW Crnlckaank e fnltr * * CHASVYIDK , ATTOKKBT r rnbaoi = - AWTKB O 6oe t. o rt U jj PostOSca , MAP * Attoraeys-at-Law , oryiCS-TtnlonBlock.rTtnnh anf Farnhuu ATTORNEY AT LAW. MBACH BLOCK , COR. CCUCISTH ITS. OMAHA. KEF _ W. J. Connell , Attorney-at-Law , 0 Bee : Front wocj .Xjp stalrt. la HtMcom1 ! ew brick bonding , . ' W. coiner fifteenth and Faraham K.KlBtCK ? .E5H K & JlKIHCK , Attoraeys-at-Law , Epedal attention fU b glrea to * U full * pdnrt eorForkVloti ! e > l eery description ; will practice in a ] JU CJourtfl of the Buio and the Unltol States. Office , Farnh&m fit. , opp...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 24 December 1880

f f THE DAILY BEE. Friday Morning : , Dec. 24. Additional local on first page. Paterara Bells coaL Holiday Goods at Kuhn's. | . See Polack'g advertisement. Bird cages at OOc etore. It is fine winter weather. Celluloid and Diatite Sets at Saxe's.- ; Celluloid Sets at Kuhn's , druggbt.l Holiday presents at Base's , druggibt. The train w t to-day carried but few passengers. Whipple , McMillaif & Co. , the jewel- n , Crtigbton Block. o26-tf BEST IN THE WORLD BMW 13 love fitting Patteme at Bushman's. tf Creighton College and the Holy An gel * ' school closed Wednesday and the pub lic schools close to-day. "Say , Jladies , let's stop in at Hoype's M Ve are giing down town ; he hag trach a variety of presents. " JDlton B/osers , John D. Creighton and S. D. Mercer will all erect three story lirick blocks in the spring. Krng's ibecr hall , one of the finest ia the west , has be n fiuished and will opea to-morrow with Charles Pinch , as prodrf. ctor. Z * Judge Hawes yesterday * ent Pat Mc...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

" * * 5 t / _ _ YOL. X. OMAHA. SATURDAY MORNING , DECEMBER . NO IG-2. a'.c ami Itcciil Maim f.'oiihnd Silvi-r inn ! .Icive r.y in ( he Citj. Come and See Our Stock as We WiH Be Pleased ' to Show Goods. EDHOLM & ERICKSON , t , t Dli'i' . Oppositn Postoftice. TAL if All sul ' * stncfly cash. ther-fore we are enabled to offer the e nisumers oI'Mie weed only first * quality tfoo.ls for i heir money. Best st ate'11 ) c Gi ir in eery , Bsbt3 o" a q larter Oigir in the cit ? , Be t "fcra ght 5c igar n the dtp , Da roit Fui Cut a pe ; ialtj , On-80 F ne "ut 5s a good ona , Bagley's May plo ve - i 8 a id 16 ounce tins , "For 40c we hiva bang up Sm jking Tobacco , " M1GH1G K TOBACCO STORE , " in ; tuii IN M ft We a-e th * onlr Da rs ia he Ce morticed B igley's May Flower. MARHOFF'S TRUNK FACTORY. T'teitr - * ( AIM be-a i14rtntcnt of Trunks sin ! Va'iscs iiifhc n < k-I. Toloscopif Cuscj ; PH ! ani ! TniiilvN ; i Specialty. H. H. MABHOFF , - - St CHEAP ! CHEAPER ! CHEAPEST MAX MEYER Sc B...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

TEE DAILY BEE : DCCEMBEE 25 1880- A CHARMING CAMP. The Mountain-looted Metro polis of Southern Utah. Silver Reef Surrounded by Bald Peaks and Pictur esque Plateaus. The Town and People , Mines and Miners , Advantages and Drawbacks. Correspondence o * he Bee. SILVER REEF , Utah , November 13 , 1830. Enclosed by mountain scenery of the wildest description , three hun dred and fifty mil nth of Salt Lake City , and nearly one hundred and fifty miles distant from the terminus of the Utah Southern railroad , is the little city of Silvur Reef , the moun tain-locked metropolis of sonthrrn Utah and the possessor of a wealth of bonanzas , the extent and richness of which are as yet but beginning to be brought to the knowledge of the out side world. The camp is the most picturesque in situation of any I have visited in Utah. It lies on a high and barren plateau , surrounded on all hands by rupged masses of tumbled lava , richly colored sandstones and pine crested granite. Northward r'ae the sp...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

TTTR DATT.T "RtfR. T * EH ETVrRPVR. 9K IfifiA FAIimELD'S FOLD. Tlie Work'of the Past Tear Reviewed for the Eegents. Every Department in a Highly Satisfactory Condition , Larger Appropriations Neces sary to Increase Its Usefulness. The Methodist Beg for Repre sentation in the Faculty. Correspondence ol TDK BEK. LiscoLJf , December 21. The board of regents held their semi-annual meeting at the chancellor's at 2 p. m. , President Chas. A. Holmes ia the chair. The following regents were present : Adam'of Dakota , Fifield of Kearney , Holmes of Tecumseh , Per- singer of Central City , and Carson of Brownville. Rsgent Gannett , of Omaha , was understood to be in Colorado. Being present at the meeting by in vitation , I am able to give you some items , not only of interest , but im portant to the public to understand. The university belonging to the pee pie of Nebraska , It becomes them to know the efficiency or deficiency of the institution. The chancellor's report was an able , clear-hea...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE : SATURDAY MORNING , Dl OEMBER 25 1880. Tiih H E ROSE WATER : EDITOR To all itp tro.i * and readers THE BEE wishes a M rry Oristnia * . GALCSHA A. GROW is m k "ng n Btroiij : c < nt'st f r tte Eenatorship i Pennsylvania aud the fight Grows lively. . A NEW YOHK paper hae proved tha- he wurd ' 'damn" ia not a wicker oath , and the Times says that men who hare been urins : it for years every time they shaved , can mourn ovi wasted time. THIRTEEN derrick * , mnHciou. ly remarks - marks the Chic 5 < Tiibuite , were re- ceatly shipped from Chicago to St. Louis , and it is eviden' that < > ie gul.- are going to Imng up their s next Cbristmap the ai-nie & usual. A STROhO p ettuie is beig brouijhl npon the hi use to repeal the law re quiring stamps on bat.k checks Tin stamp tax amounts to only 61,700 , 000 a year snd is excissivcly annoy ing to depositors and ban ! ' . Tin- , with the mutch tax , c t. i uatily be abolished h ut jerccpublo loss. THE . "Unieiiitii...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE : SATURDAY MOKSTlNG , DECEMBER 25 , 1880. COXK , AXI ) KATE. levival of tne Famous Conon chet Scandal by Austin Corbin. i Shotgun Story and Boscoe' JisorderlyBefceata Pure Fiction. Fgue Accused of Lying fron Dawn to Dark to Ac complish His Purpose. COBRIS'S TAIL. Special Dlnpatch to The Bee. \ NEW YOBK , December 23 Austli fCorbmwhose nam hns been fre quently used in connection with th difficulty between ex Gov. Spragne of Rhode Island , and Mrs. Sprague has been interviewed by a Hir-ild re porter Hes d that as Mra Spr gue' suit for divorce had now become matter of publicity , he thought th 'ime ha' come when her friends mich speak. I am a relative of Mrs Sjjrugne , af < well as her friend am bu"ine. s advit-er. I have known he many yoprs ard -WHAT SHE HAS SUFFERED in herdomestic relations , and when i culminated in this infamous attack up onira ] * Cononchet , I became con d tl..u her own life , if not th . _ _ ( f her children , was iu danger BintVer word to leave...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

6 TRF DAILY BEE : DEOE3VIREB 25 , KSO. POETRY OF THE TIMES. Naughty , Bat Sweet. BoTtebodyVHps were c'ose to mine ; Thn tempted i amlJn't resist. K > uiihand rosjy , a. sweet little month AVa * suddenly , softly kissed. ' looked and frowned Somebody'- eyes up AV.th cuch a reprovin. glance. "If kiise * weri wicked ? ' I ivsk d my pet , Then tue eye bg.in to dan ; . And , eming \ , the little maid answered , AJB I knelt there at her feet , "Tney must lie a little hitniu hty , Or they never would bi so sweet. Marietta Times. The Kan o.Editor. . Now doth the \\Vter ed tor Improve e < ich sliding minute , And s und the Oklahoma boom , Because 'There' * millions m it. ' Dearl'ningr. Thesnow Hikes are playing , And WB t-hallhave sleighiag And what will the young mandothen _ Dear thing. Hit sweetheart so gay _ . He'll load into the sleigh And'round her vrithuue arm will cling Dear thing. M rathon Independent. AChilstmasGift. "What wil11 give my hubby deir , Fora i > ressnt on Clmst...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE : DECEMBER 25 , 1880. TALK IS SHEEP , IBut it Takes Mutton to Make Money and Wool to Cloth the Naked. he Ranges of the North and West. udence of The Bee. > , Neb. , December 23. writers in speaking of Nebraska have described it as adapted only to the raising of stock , others have said it would all be converted into corn fields. Neither of these extremes is correct. Nebraska farmers will fini it most profitable to engage in mixed farming or to both the raising of grain and stock. Some portion of western Nebraska will likely remiin occupied by cattle ranches for many yeats to como. Though scientists claim to be equal to that of any country , it is evident from the history of the past few years in which jvhas been inhabited that the climate is not as conducive to a vigorous growth of agricultural product * as thut nearer .he Missouri river. As the country becomes densely settled and the surface is operated upon by the plow , harrow aud drill , tha climate m nndergo mu...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 25 December 1880

" -UIF DAILY SATURDAY MORNING , T His , DAILY Kl - Saturday v orning , Dec. 25. ACADEMY OF MTJ IG ! flU IlbDAV , December 3Jth. EV TUX Members of tbe Ubion Catholic Librarv , Due ci Uie mo.t lums fu1 w i jupulriloxcstic dram ou tin m . ' t-e l ! < i a . . ' . . aiuToonn i Id.ictur > 'ur I'.ic ' btrou.u"t. . . . for scli-wl chil Admission , 50 r utJIati..tc dren. frid v at S t > . m ; Auiuis Kin , tli _ JCo paper wi .1 be issued from this office to-morrow. Additional local on Sfth a e. J'atemm pells coal. C. II. Fred-r'cl ; . Le.vling Hatter , larg est st ck and lo A e-t prices. 23-tf Good skatinsat the park. Holiday Coodi at Kulm's. See 1'olack'a advertisement , Celluloi I an J Diatite Sets t Saxe's.E Celluloid SetsatKuhn's , druggist. ; Holiday pre-euts ataxe's , drus n t , Brovvnell Hall reopens Janncrj-11. Lemieiix'o sociable at Standard Hall la clo-ed f ir this seison. Christmas do ngs at the 18th btreet M E. church this evening. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 28 December 1880

YOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28 , 1880. iST0.163. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION , Price Five Cents REPUBLICAN VALLEY. i. . Facts Eegard n its Advantage * asQ rrrsrbaoks , Corn and Cattle Raising Yield Marvelous Profits tor the Farmer. escription of the Claes of Men Who Malign. Nebraska's Garden Spot. OorreaonilenceotTm Bn. BLOOMIKGTOX , Franklin Co. , Neb. , December 23. For almost ten years I have been closely identified with the interests ui Nebraska , watching her splendid itfejurces , noting faithfully her drawback ? , end rejoicing ia her prosperity. Thia is my firat viait in this remarkable valley , having como here in perhaps the darkest hour of its history. Permit me to throw out come facts and thoughts regardingher present and fatuie. It ia always well to see a land in ito very worst and then see if there ia anything r.orth having. I ouppoee there is ccnaiderable tuffering among eomoof the homcsteadera. Thia al- w y occur ? in a new land and must inevita...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 28 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE E. BOSEWATSR : EDITOBJ WXAVEK'S laat weaving was of the apology kind "all wool nd a yard wide. " IK lesi than a year the Onion Pacific structure spinning the Mis souri will bo a bridge of highs. Paor.YHBEB has been writing a Chrialmai idyl. Wither Bays his reate t idol at present is General Garfield and a possible land office. THE British government are fearful cf a general "rising" in Ireland. The British government has furnished the yeast for seven hundred years and must take the consequenceEof netting it tso close to the fire. A correspondent furnishes us a clipping from iho Elmira , N. Y. , Advertiser , -which details the woes ft an emigrant toNebraska named Denn'u Scribenwho settled in Durhamaville , andwas forced by the deso lation of the country to return east. We don't know anything about Llr. Scriben or his circumstances , but j we do know that of the tens of thous- andi of Immigrants who have poured into Nebraska within the past four years , very few will be ...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 28 December 1880

f * 6TTC5KEYS-AT-UW CHARLES POWELL , OF THE PEACE-Conur ] h and JUSnCE & . , Omaha Ken. WM. SIMERAL , A TTORNZT AT LAW RoomB.Crelghton .A Blodc. lEth ft. OMAgA , KEB. _ D. L THOMAS. ' -V 4 TTORXKY AT LAW Loins money , baji jtV. and sons real estate. Boom BCrelgutoa Stock. A. G. TRQUP , AT LAW Office In H mconit ATTORNEY Oeorje E. Prltchett. 1608 gunham at. _ OMAHA. SKB. DEXTER L. THOMAS , AT IAW Crtilo.- tank t lit-1 ATTORNEY ing- _ r " < ° " _ A. * - v'L. ; . * JS TTORKET > r IY ntrjgw yijr > ti * tr et. C'BRIEK & BAR I LETT , Attorneys-at-La k.rifte ith ag < ? Famhaic ATTORNEY AT"LAW. . ftRBACH BLOCK. CDS- CCU2I5TK W. J. Oonneii , Attorney-at-Law , OfBoe : Front rootao , ? itairtln Htnjcom't new brick bcIWIn ? V w. corner Fifteenth and taraham Unit A. kttv.c , & ilEDICK , Attorneys-at-Law , Spodd aUeauou wtli Le ifHtn to all taltt Bjpdnat corporation : ol every description ; will grectic * In al line Court * ci the bt ta and the United Btat t. OIos , ramhza...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 28 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE. Tuesday Morning.lDec. 28. Q ACADEMY OF MUSIC ! niURSDAY , December 33th. C FOR THE VERDICT Members of the Union Catholic i Library , One ol the most H * , rulandpopul rdoaicsUc mon tbe maocrn f taj-e. Btiuca vivid picture of ntei and.Poorln Engleh Life. Very Jldmtelcn , 60ctnu < ; Matinee for tchool < hil- irm , FriiUy t 2 p. m. ; Admission. Saeenle. ' raterson Bells coaL C. H. Frederick , Lea < 3ingHatter , larg- it stcck acd lowest prices. 23-tf D ls ! at the 93c store , Holiday Goods at Kuhn's.fi Did you have a Merry Christmas ? Celluloid and Diatite Seta at Base's. E Send in those building statietics. Celluloid Seta at Kuhn's , druggist. J Holiday presents at Ssxe's , druggis' . We are comfortably cool , thank you ! A good compositor waited at this ffice. ffice.Our Our Annual Eeview is nearly ready for the press. Tliets will l > e a party by the bans Cer- emonie club , Thursday evening. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- ew , Creighton Block. o2...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 29 December 1880

f I J , * ri Jfc' ' iel s K Sr VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , WEDNESDAY. DEC MB EH 29 , 1880. .164. Established ! S7i. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents BARGAINS t , ESTATE IBIEIIMIIES' AGENCY , 15th ami Douglas Street , Ov r S'JDO rrf Jeiicc lots for ( ale by this fen Vf KI ; HRS an.rfiz ! njn $21 , to ? 2,600 cich , nd o t d in flt-ety i > jrt \ > t ilio clto , and In every < llmc ton from Hie Postofflce , north , etst , south r tst , wid r rj-ne ! in distance from one t io k to o-ie or two imics Iroai name. Call tnd examine onrlbla ScTcral choice lot In Griffin & IBMCS" d41 on , west of com * nt , bet Keen Kt. Mary's yen ue and ilarney vtreet | k. < 00 to fbOO. 80 acres Jniit cist of barracks on S nnders St. , tltii I choice land and iil l > o void Mry cheap. for cash In 6 , 10 or 20 sere lot ; now IB your time to secure a btrya'.r. Choice lot * t nstd of etrccl car track ! on Saun- icn street for f 5T6. Choice lot , Kirnhi'.n and 2ith etrccte , 90x138 eet for Sl.B...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 29 December 1880

THE DAILY BEE E. BOSEWATER : EDITOR ? IF ever government * ras thorough ly Boered that government is the British , Pttor. YINKOK'B now storm has ar rived. Prof. Yennor is cock of the weather. A DISASTROUS fire occurred on Sat urday nf ilber , destroying seven buildings and h large amount of property. THE week of prayer -will be rigidly observed by the various senatorial candidates and iheir friends. Pray for them , brethren. THE Republican professes aurprlte that THE BEE'S "circulation ia great" Nothing remarkable ic that : hsalth and good circulation go hand in liMid. THE Ponci chiefs yesterday rean- nonncod their desire to be permitted to go to work and be let alone. Tit- bles will now resume hi * occupation aa "natural born journalist. " JAY GOULD'S organ announces for the hundredth time that it it "the friend of the railroads. " The rail roads doubtless prav in this case to be delivered from their frionde. TaE only native born Irishmen who are not ia sympathy with the laud Kague...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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