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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 12 January 1881

THE D.AILY BEE - ' PADUOCK may well pray to be de livered from his friends. THE New York Commercial Advcr- * js/r says that the first thing an Ohio bsby shouts for i pap. THE Ponca boom having been ex ploded , Tibbies , the tramp , will now resume the pulpit as a means of bilk ing a credulous public. COLOJ.EL FOBKET hts commenced writing novels. He wont excel his lait fiction entitled "Life of General Hancocks" which now tolls at 12i cents retail. SENATOK PADDOCK is now on the anxious tench. Ho will retire to the mourner'sjeat next Treok and devote his energies to making strong remarks on Nance's political ingratitude. THE railroad attorneys and editors are deluging Speaker Shedd with soft soap. The Speaker will shed such Btnff , if he is sensible , as a duck's back does water. CARNS wants that governorship. I is for the people to see that thefr rep resentatives do not act as the tools cf one of the most corrupt monopoly hirelings In the state. OMAHA demands economy in her finances ...

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. — 12 January 1881

REMNANTS OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods , caused bv the wonderfully low prices at which we were able to offer them late in the season. We have now an unusually large stock of These Goods are now laid out and are marked down less than cost , making the most SPLENDID BARGAIN ever offered in Omaha , and the Goods are in such quantity that there is really a splendid selection. Eememher the first choice is worth something. Our new Cedar Blanket Binns are now full of every description of Blankets , many of them hought recently at very low figures , and the other stock marked down to match them , Making the cheapest and hest assort i M ed lot ever offered here. Also a light comforts just arrived as good value if not better than the hest. Tfow that the rush of the Holiday trade is over , we r desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargain we have ever offered , heing a most beautiful line of &ITLV FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPK...

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. — 12 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Wednesday Morning , Jan. 12. Farmers' TaKe Notice. Jo the Fmnnen1 of Strpr , XVuhlnftoa andBurt CounUw : Having been appointed by the State Farmers' Alliance to wsUt in organizing the above counties , notice IB hereby Riven that I trill be in Pappil- lion Tuesday , 17 < h ingt. , * at 1 o'clock p. m.at ; Blair on Wednesday , 19th , nt 1 o'clock p. m. , and at Tecumeeh on Tneaday , 20ch , at 1 o'clock p. m. , to aesitt in forming a county alliance and to take steps to obtain , at the hands of the present legislature , some relief from unequal and extortionate railroad charges , both passenger and freight , and transact such other busi ness aa may properly come before them. ALLEN ROOT , Vice-President of the State Fanners , Alliance for the 3rd judicial district. ( County papers pleaee copy. ) BREVITIES , I Paterson Bells coaL " " Seal Caps , * ! Coal"Frcderick " Oysters , 25c,30c nnd 40c , at BuffettV The ice wen are in big luck this win- er , L See Polack's adverti...

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. — 13 January 1881

* ,1 \ , " V ; : J : - YOL. X. OMASA , ETEBBASKA , THTJESDAY. 13 , 1881. festabiished 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents , L HIM BEEF So that Political Resuirei tioa will be as Hope less as Hitchcock's , The Buckwheat Brigadier i Beairice Provss a Magnifi cent Cloak-Boom Skulker , With His Hindquarters Shac owing the Senate Doors on a ! ! Great Occasions , AsJffa Beata Masterly Eetrea to. Commune with the Gods of the Lobby. The Liafot Weight Stalwarc oi the West Painted and Pum melled. Six Years of Arduous Toi " "Oevoled to the'Cau e of Astronomical Science And Securing a Home for thi Malmad and Salted Mari ners of Unknown How Ho ' ? ough Bled , am Snorted for "Poor Jeff" that Crounso Might Perish. A Spirited Picture of " ? Politic * ' Aspira "tions. 1 < LIVCJI.X , January 12. n-4H9rlU'Jo.-r.Mi M < l-.H-c oIT.ie Ceo. Juyie' or ixi'jr.iig ) llio treiuhoj and dtniliutj- she Hauca wiag o puppoicern fel like a bomb-lisil in the seu toria c mn. ' Mr. l'a < ! dock , I nm tol...

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. — 13 January 1881

i THE DAILY BEE to the people's inter "DEAF as Post oats"rill soon Become aproverbinthe fourth judicial district wlakeTThTfloor to slur THE JJ THE BEE'S annual illustrated supple- ment. We decline to retort on the fferaltCs illustrations which have prin cipally a patent medicine application. WITHOUT wishing to reflect on the scissors editor of the Lincoln Journal , ' well for him to wouldn't it be just an credit his Black Hills Nuggets to their proper source ? SXEAH BEBSHAEDT'S first appear ance in Chicago drew a ? 5,000 house. Notwithstanding her dUpist at tin exposure of her Paris frailties , Sar-h "Sweet are the IB quoted as saying , lessons of adversity. " DAKOTA is four times the size of Ohio. The possibility of a Dakota man becoming president , and dealing with the appointment question , Is a matter for serious reflection. THE confidence of foreign investors in the ability of American railroads to earn large dividends Is shown by the eagerness with which the 510,000,000 loan o...

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. — 13 January 1881

w REHNTS OF THE OLD YEAR , After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods , caused by tlie wonderfully low prices at which we were ahle to offer them late in the season , We have now an unusually large stock oft These Goods are now laid out and are marked down less than cost , making the most SPLENDID BARGAIN ever offered in Omaha , and the Goods are in such quantity that there is really a splendid selection. Eememher the first choice is worth something. TS. t , Our new Cedar Blanket Binns are now full of every discription of Blankets , many of them hought recently at very low figures , and the other stock marked down to match them , Making the cheapest and hest assort ed lot ever offered here- Also a light comforts just arrived as good value if not hetter than the hest. Now that the rush of the Holiday trade is over , we -desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargain i we have ever offered , heing a most heautiful line of SATIN FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS AND ...

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. — 13 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. | i Thursday Morning , Jan 13.5' ' ACADEMY OF Saturday , January 15 , 1881. iri1 sln < * re- I ctizpl ince with wrrcit prc vast : r'inthe more Intellects il portion clour BinaiunHj , It bai 1 ccn d < imn5ned to rfpio3uce 1 i ju'tty-populir and eficcth e mtlodraini o' WAITING FOR THE VERSIt T Oncol the raottFUCCcsi'nl andpopnlardomtstic tiratms en the tnndcrn Stspc. Bciii ; a Tiuii i < i-lijcof Ktch rnd Peer In English Life. Very . rtrocg cut. ' M illi Xcw Monolc- * ics , G rs , Sotiga snd Duetts by the joiaiiUUe Jilinkey Brown & Sarah Sawyer. ; [ AdmUsfnn C0cctiti ; allery25. Seals rcteri , od at Max Meyer's Friday morning- . J I2d4t I ! BREVITIES. i [ j Pateraon BcUs'coal. ! "Fun on the Jlhine. " , - - Oystn , 25c,30c and -JOc , at Buffett'c 1 i Try Saxe's new fire cent cigar , best n ; | toa-n. 1 Whii.ple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel ' ers'Crdghton Block. o G-t | T Contracts for the 'erection of BoydV Opera house will be let on Monday next. ( BlLSt ...

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. — 14 January 1881

< iN * r \ VOL. X. OMAHA , KEBKASKA , EEIDAY. JATTOAftY 14 , 1881. K0.177. stabiished * 1871. MORNING - s * - ' * EDITION * * * * - . , Price Five * * " THE LAST DITCH \ In wnicli tbe Beck wheat Briga dier from Beatrice has Sal lied His Men in Buckram. Reconnoitering the Battle Ground , Where Many Mightier Men than Algernon Sidney have been Ruthlessly Slain , The Unmistakable Hand Writing on the Politi cal Dead-Wall s Visible with the Naked Bye From the Naval Observa tory at Kearuey. Edi'o-iil Correspondence nf The Bee. LUCCOLV , Neb. , January IS. This is thfi fi.urth eenntftri&l contest in whhh I have tstcu tu r-ctive part. Xako games of cfK-as , no two senator ial contests Brc just alike. The HJOTcmr ntB on the politic * ! chess hoft'd are so varied that the tooat ex "pert player csn nevnr foretell with preciaiou all the possible and probable mores. All icnatoml contests la Nebraska , eo far , have had this fea ture in common. The field IUB al ways ieen stronger than the m...

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. — 14 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE THE ghost of the tariff still haunts the editorial sleep of the Herald. WESTERN Union ! American Union ! Gould tbinksinUnion there is strength. isn't certain that railroad abuses exist in Nebraska. Church has forgotten hia old time granger apoeches. SErTATOB.-PiDDOCE's chief claim for re-election is based on the ability with which he filled the bill of Artful Dodger infth'e capltol cloak rooms. JOKES has been renomuu- ted bjytne Florida legislative caucu- for the United States senate , and hi . election will follow as a matter ot course. * . , . , IT is rumored that Senator Dawct , of M&ssaciiiuelte , who expects to rid. Into the tcnafo on the Ponca bcoro , will appoint Tibbies as his private secretary. This- will be eren better than "grass-hoppering. " THE political pot at Lincoln 1 % boiling vigorously bat the cover is kept tightly down. In a few days the composition of the stew will be brought iOjlight and it won't be t. Paddock Pot pie either. THE exact'public ...

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. — 14 January 1881

REWNTS OF THE OLD YEAR. After a mot t-xtraordinary trade in Dress Goods , caused by the wondorfuHy low prices at which we were able to offer them late in the season , We have now an unusually large stock of These Goods are now laid out and are marked dewless less than cost , making the most SPLENDID BARGAIN ever offered in Omaha , and the Goods are in such quantity that there is really a splendid selection. Remember the first choice is worth something , kr - Our new Cedar Blanket Binus are now full of every discription of Blankets , many of them bought recently at very low figures , and the other stock marked down to match them , Making the cheapest and best assort ed lot ever offered here. Also a light comforts just arrived as good value if not t better than the best , Now that the rush of the Holiday trade is over , we desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargain we have ever offered , being a most beautiful line of SATDF FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKI...

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. — 14 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Friday Morning , Jan. 14. | ACADEMY OF MUSIC ! Saturday , January 15 , 1881. ITAITIXGFOBTHEYEKIUCT Oaeof them trDcce ul dramte en the modtrn vhid pictuicol Wch and Pcor in English Life. Very strong cart. With Kcw Monolopncs , Gacs , Song * "d DnctU bj-thclEJmlUble J31inkey Brown & Sarah Sawyer. Admi68ton - cJ t Max Me.vcr'B Fridty morning Paterwn neUs'coaU See Polack's advertisement. "There's Nothing Like it. " Another change in the > eather. Hcywond's serenadere tc-nighL Try Saxe's new five cent dgar , best in town. ' five car loads of water pipa arrived , yesterday. j 2- Eleven cars of hogs were received in j Omaha yesterday. 1 A car of California honey was among Wednesday's through shipments. Whit.ple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- e , .Cnighton Block. ° 2G-tf j Nice Comb Honey 2S cents per pound , Poultry and Oysters at Buffet's. | 13-3t Lois , Parma , Houses ind Lands. Look ( over Beinis' n w column ol bargains on Itt page. The postage on THE BKE'S An n...

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. — 15 January 1881

I 4 tf + 4 \ VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , SAHJEDAY. JANUARY 15. 1881. NO-178. . --tut. - Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Gents BLINDS AND STRADDLES Which Lar d Algernon From Bis Home to "TTalka of High Estate , Where Honor Scarce is Known , and Vultures ' Con-regate ; 'Twas There "CM UEefulneEs" t Showered Favors on His Kieces , Cousins and His Aunts , With arTOccasional Crumb to Comfort the Gallant - "Stalwarts , A Shorn Lamb From the Sheep Pasture in the State of Beatrice. Editorial Conetpondence of THE Err. LINCOLN , January 14. While all intelligent observera in Lincoln are imprcaecd with Ilia belief that Pad dock will be relegated to private lifo , the "buckv-heRt brigadier" remains hopefnl , and still insists th&Uho people of Nebraska cannot feparo him from the United Stales senate , OH account of his uxfitliuxs. Now I frankly ad- mi' I hat Paddock has been useful in mtny way * , and has douo eome aer- vice which caa be commended. Any jf man , however inferior ...

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. — 15 January 1881

THE DATLlT BEE E. BO3EWA7EB ; EDITOR THAT Fourth Judicial Postoffice Tyon't bo forthcoming notwithstand ing Albums Nance nnd the Union Pacific syndicate. ( THEgrand jnry , at Newark , N. J. , advocate the reflstablighmsnt of the whipping post as a punishment for wife beaters. PADDOCK is still serene , counting his chicks before they are hatched. He'll find , however , that some of tnc eggs he has been incubating are very bad. THE blankets are being taken off the senatorial candidates preparing tc scoring for the first heat on Tuesday. The race Is free for all and the devi catch the hindmost. A BILL was Introduced in the Icgls laturethe other day to stop tbe props gation of sunflowers. Did the roai who threw that stone Intend to hit the editorial windows of the Etrald. DOUGLAS county la to be congratu lated that the legislative contest is ended and her lawfully elected re presentatlves have taken their seats The attempt to unseat Messrs. Doanc HoweT , Paxton and McShane was a shamele...

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. — 15 January 1881

REMNANTS OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods , caused by the wonderfully low prices at which we were able to oner them late in the season , We have now an unusually large stock of These Goods are now laid out and are marked down less than cost , making the most SPLENDID BARGAIN pfiPered in Omaha , and the Goods are in such quantity that there is really a splendid selection. Beniember the first choice is worth something. , Our new Cedar Blanket Binns are now full of every discription of Blankets , many of them hought recently at very low figures , and the other stock marked down to match them. Making the cheapest and hest assort ed lot ever offered here. Also a light comforts just arrived as good value if not hetter than the hest. IJow that the rush of the Holiday trade is over , we desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargai we have ever offered , heing a most heautiful line of & 1TLY VINIS1IED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS TO ...

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. — 15 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Saturday Morning , Jan. 15. | loSlff ® Saturday , January-IB , 1881. communltji i St-ssrsfff1 strong cast. Ulinkev Brown & Sarah. Sawyer , llcn-2S. iwn- AamiN" " " SOcttit ; E ftl tJUxMcyer-s Frid y morning , Farmers' Alliance. Airfannersof Douglsa county are Invited to attend a meeting at tie board of trade rooms on Saturday , tbe . . for the purpose of 15tb , at 2p. m. , making an united effort to obtain leg islation to relieve ourselves from ex orbitant and nnjust railroad charges , and to transact any other business come before it that may properly ALLEN ROOT , Vice-president of the State Alliance. d&w BREVITIES , Faterson eells'coaL -Good Bkating at the park. The Herald Is hungry for a religious revival. The B. & M. paymaster went over the line Thursday. Whipple , McMillan S ; Oo. , the jewel- crr.Creighton Block. ° 2G-tf Nice Comh Honey 20 cents perpound. Poultry and Oystera at Buffet's. | 13-3t -John Rush will address the Wahoo branch of the land le...

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. — 17 January 1881

YOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , MONDAY. JANUARY 17. 18S1. ] ST0.179. Established 1871. MORNING * EDITION. Price Five Cents THr'BULL1 OF BEATRICE , Paddock Waters Mis SBR- atorial Ftsk With My fchiral Moonshine. He Bulls ihe Market With Empty Pledges of Polit- ' ica ! Pap/ And Breathes Soft "Whisperings of Spoils into the Salient Enr cf the Gullible , The Sanctity of the Eural Sab- .Disturbed by g the "Voice of the Political Pool-Seller. apodal dispatch to The Bee. LINCOLN , January 1C. The sena torial combat is assuming definite fchapft. The candidateb in the fiel' .agaicet Paddock have arrived at a understanding eimilir to that whici reaulloi it : Iho election of Saundcra Sixty-four inambura are pledged ti candidates ia tiio anti-Paddock coalt tion. Paddock is making desperat efforts to inveigle venal member * . Svcry federal office in the state , and nnmbetlesa positions in the territor ics nnd foreign countries are placed a their disposal. The Troll-known trick resorted'to by Hitchcoc...

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. — 17 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE E.ROSEWATEB : EDITOR PABSELL'h anti-coercion amend- ' has been mentto the Qaeen' speech rejected by an overwhelming majority. PHINEAS think * THE BEE has bcen pnrchwed by Paddock. PhiaeaBOver- ' abilities estimates Pafldock'e purchasing ties THOMIS C. PIATT , nominated as senator f romNew Yorkby the majority caucus , is an nntl-monopoly man of pronounced sentiments and a personal friend ofBoscoo Conkling. "GiTH" claims to be a relation to George Eliot. The D&nbury Ne remarks that "with a delicacy that i &B delightful as it i unexpected , ho waited nntn she was dead. " BY amunintentlonal error.THE BEF followed a uumber of its contempo rarles in printing the name of W. R from the Stltt aa representative-elect thirty-third district. Hon. J. F Frederick , of Howard county , hold the position. CHAKtEY WrUJAMB , P. M. of Grand Island by the grace of Pad dock , ia writing letters from Lincoln , under the name of "Stelwart. " Char ley edited a very sprightly democratic...

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. — 17 January 1881

OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods 'aused by the oEderfully low prices at which we were able to oner them late in the season. We have now an unusually large stock of . These Goods are now laid out and are marked down less tjbaji c t , making the most SPLENDID BARGAIN ever offered in Omaha , and the Goods are in such quantity that there is really a splendid selection. Rsmember the first choice is worth something. Our new Cedar Blanket Binns are now full of every Description of Blankets , many of them hought recently at very low figures , and the other stock marked down to match them. Making the cheapest and best assort ed lot ever offered here. Also a light comforts just arrived as good valu iJ not better than the best. Now that the rush of the Holiday trade is over , w desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargai we have ever offered , being a most beautiful line of SATIN FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS TO MATCH. These Goods...

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. — 17 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Monday Morning , Jan. 17. AOADEMX OF MUSIC ! Saturday , January 15 , 1881. In compliance wttb * rr t nr < ! prc * ! rK rt- of cur icttlltcttul pcrtion riau Iran the mere mmunltj , it hai \ ten dtU mined to reproduce he Juttly.popnljrand effective melodrama ol WAITING FOE THE VEKDICT Oncolthcmottrocccsital nd popul rdomertic dramtt en the modem Stare. Being * rhid picture of Hlch and Ptor In English Life. Terr strong cut. TTilU Kew Monolopire , O B , Songs nd Drctts ty the Inimitable tilinkey Brown & Sarah Sawyer. Admission 80 cent * : E llf ry 25. Seats reerv- rd t JUx JIejer'8 Friday mornin ? . Jl2dU Hiram A. Sturgis , of th's ' city. charg ed with forging b n&me to a pension cer tificate was acquitted at Lincoln Saturday "by a. jury in the United States court. -The wife of Rev. Robert Lung , was run over by & horse and wagon at the corner of rarnam nd 15th streets , about 4 o'clock p. nu , Saturday , and Beverly injured , ' though not , it is hoped , ...

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. — 18 January 1881

n ! ' VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , TUESDAY. JANUARY 18 , 1881. ISTO.180. Established 1871 , MORNING EQITIQN. Special Notice. B , WIU.1AM8 3 a d Fiftrc itU Streets. I ! ' Having finished their Annua : Inventory , and withinc to make room for onr Lar e tpring Stock re Making some HEAVY REDUCTIONS f'all 'Departments , in order to close our stock of JLOAKS and DOLMANS , we will make a SEDUCTION OF 25/PER CENT from regular selling price. Anyone in need of such an .Arti- clewill do well to take Ad vantage of this Offer. FIGURED MOMiE DLOTHS. "Formsr price ? 21-2c. Reduced to 32 l-2c. Ladles' Mull ITies t25c , sold everywhere for 50c. We just received a large line ef WHITE FLANNELS , At Very Low Figures. TABLE IINENS , TOWELS AND CRASHES , 'it Attractive Prices. WHITE BLANKETS , < lnly $9,00 a pair. GENT'S SCARLET UNDER WEAR $1.25. Reduced fr < i'm $55 00. BEST PRINTS , 10 yards for $1.00. The Caah System having proved Very satisfactory dur ing the past year we shall still continue it ...

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