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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 18 January 1881

B. BOBEWATERt EDITOR VOVfcB > " KASCE Bays ho Is still Paddock. The governor thinks f3r . . _ , . ' -r 3 his Hpr.ret The people arn't Posted on in the THERE are 43,000 postofficcs rnited States , employing 60,4.9 persons - senators to seventy-four sons , with distribute the patronage. ACCORDING to the Bnperintendent o of the the population the cenens , United States In 1890 will be about 64,467,000 , an increase of over 14,000,000. _ CAN Senators Burns and Evans ano Representatives Jensen and Roberts face their constituents if they thro * their votes for the Union Pacific can didate in direct defiance of their in- elructions and solemn pledges. THE trails of tha capitol at Albanj are eaid to be considerably out oi plumb and the entire structure crook ed , doubtless due to the crooked conduct duct of New York legislators who have been occupying h. MR. WHITE , of S unders conntr was virtuously indignant two weels ' of hie ago over TOE BEE'S exposure purchase by a survcyinc contrac ...

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. — 18 January 1881

.t .tI I REMNANTS OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods aused 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 ever offered in Omaha , and the Goods are in such quantity that there is really a splendid selection. Eemember the first choice is worth something. _ Our new Cedar Blanket Binns 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- jUso a light comforts just arrived as good value if 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 SATLV 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. — 18 January 1881

* THE DAILY BEE. Tuesday Morning , Jan. 18. ' 8 BREVITIES , Futereon sellfTcoaL Try Saxe'sfive cent cigar , best in town. Wh5i.ple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- Block. o2C-tf w , Cmgbton Don't omli to look on third pape for Crulcksbank' description of home goods they are offering. The postage on THE BEE'S Anneal - neal Review IB TWO cents and not one cent Oysters , 25c , SOc and 40c at Buffet" * . God ukating at the park. Additional local news on first page. In tbe police court yesterday one trunk was fined $1 and cosU. A party nho was drunk and disorderly paid § 5 and costs. One tramp came before Judge Steu- burjj yesterday. He was given a mitti mus and started over the hill to tbe jail as happy OB a lark. No officers are needed ill such cases , as a mittimus is now looked upon as s , ticket of admistion to Paradise. A member of THE BEE corps of typos tnourns the loss of & large , black , bear skin glove , lined with wool , suppobed to liave been dropped on Farnham street ,...

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. — 19 January 1881

' ' 'I/IS (7 ( - 's [ 'I VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 11) ) . 1881. NO-181. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION , Price Five Cents MA El UFA S BY TELEGRAPH. Hew Tort Money and Stocks. ' WALL Srntrr , JaiiUiry 13. MONEY 5(2 ( J p-r cenon call ; tichanpe , Firm. V. * > 8 * "SI . . . .101 { U.S. l-E 1 1SJ V. S. 5'B . . . .I 018 CrfrttcyffB l 23 . . .I 12 | UrJCf.'SO Viocbe. The lonowie ? w ere the i rices t 1 o.cIicV. N W 133 $ Preferred 87J Preterred 145J U I' JIM * t tanl 123J Wabart 18 } jWrc'crrcil .130 Preferred. 92 * B& Q 177 O&W 43 | C40 3 C A. A 1W Del& H BOJ 25t Joe. . . . . . . . . . . . . - Lack 117 Preferred IOC J C 1231 AmU . 85 LS 133J CanB , . * Sf M..C * M4i * 3i A7tP . : . 5 KT > < nf Am Fr . " . . 8i ; SV C . - . 15l | C. t. & Q . J07 S. J. C. S3i Mn'nhitlao . 33 NP 31J Den A : RioO . 8SJ Preferred . . .06s Ont&W . 30 Reading . . . tt , T &N . 82 ill * . . . rx ) } N.I' . . 8lJ O &M. . . 4S3 Preferred . to Ctncacco P...

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. — 19 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE B. nOSSWATBB ; EPITOg OVER 70,000 citizens of Albany par licipated in the reception to Genera : states in the two THERE are only debl-IlU union which have no Btate noisand New Jersey. ia preferred to HAZING in the army Hazen in the weather service , at leas ! and frost-ninpec by the mass of cold humanity. _ SENATOR ALLISON thinls the poopli unanimous fo are of the northwest Jim Wilton In the cabinet. So ar , the railroad companies. Pacific urges republican THE Union organ publican legielators not to throw avru : their v.otes. This Is a gentle hint ' ' desert the sinking ship of Pad for th pirate junk of Alblnue. THE .Republican announces , " 01 good authority , " the pardon of Die ! Adams , the Deadwood defaulter. Th Republican must have been interview ing Paddock. THE question of a postal telegraj. . is already being agitated at Washicf ton. THE BEE Is confident that th : is the only eolvtlon of the telegrap problem. THE junior editor uf the Hepnbhca thinks if Senator...

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. — 19 January 1881

OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods aused by the wonderfully low prices at which we were able to oner them late in the season , We have now an ainusnally large stock of Tiiese 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. Esmember th § 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 hetiter than the best. . Kow 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 BIATCif. T...

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. — 19 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Wednesday Morning , evening received a -Hobbie Bros , last more tickets at cut Ulegram to sell no rate. This ends the railroad war for the present. Paterson nella'coaL City council to-night. Good skating at the park. See PobcK'B advertisement , -The Concordia meets to-night Try Saxe'sfivo cent cigar , best in town. -Oysters , 25c , SOcand 40c at Buffet's. Remember the auction sale of A. C. Gordon. Mr. E. F. Cliildslostavaluablem are yestcrdaT. Macallister , the wizard , api ars at the Academy again to-night. Whir-pie , McMillan & Co. , the jewel ers , Crdghton Block. o2C-tf The U. P. train last night was delayed four hours by a wreck at Silver Creek. The postage on THE BKE'S An nual Review la TWO cento < 3fe not one cent Lots , Farms , Houses nd Lands. Look over Bemii * new column ot bargains on let The young folks of the Lutheran church will have a sleighing party this evening. The next party of the Imperial cluh takes place on Wednesday evening , 1h 19th inet...

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. — 20 January 1881

VOL. X. OMAHA , FEBRASKAfTFUESDAY. JATsTUAEY 20 , 1881. ] ST0.182. established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents BY TELEGRAPH. "KOTT York Money and Stocks. i ETEKT. Janurjr IB. J ! . -JD-ftc l'ricc" ' were fcUoi : . ? -5-fl ! TWOJ * . . .i < aii ; exchange , doll TraVKtlKuEKIb. Tirra. . F . . . . VSI..w.iOH U.S.4-B 1 isj C7.S. B-b's j i 1 nij , | Currency CB . 1 59 Air & A u : . . . . ; ti' ' c c .v M w n jV6 LiS H2J CCCJt 1 ; L 4-Nasl 92 * M &E 151 Nr.rtliwent rn. . . . . . IS ! } -1 rrefemxl ' i M. I ' * I'rtferrcd o Out 351 Ul PM I7i 31 R 1 . G.S. " .138 . at s7j v.Vo" _ . n.t ii. . . . S3 431 Eten&Rlon * ' Deferred 1(2 . J2. ? H Bu P"01 Ml JUn &St Joe ] i3 Pirferred. . . . . . . I0lf JL"fa L" ' " 'CJl M AC jifd..riir NYC .111 ! OC. 24 } SlichCcn im CnicaffO Produce Haricot. " CHICAGO , Jann&ry 19. "Wheat No. JJ epriop , January , bid : February sold at 97 c ; , 9S98c ; April , 99c ; May , , closing at 97f@97Jo tor Feb- ruary99 ; | < s99 c for Marc...

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. — 20 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE E. BO3EW ATSR ; E DITOB PADDOCK'S fifty votes on the first ballot didn't come to time. THE bill placing General Grant on the retired list has been adversely re ported on by the house committee on military affairs. THE Senate yesterday passed a 1 " 1 allowing § 100,000 to Ben Hollldy : This amount will be sufficient to pay the expenses of a ncmber of Hollidtys for Ben. EPEAKIKO about water , the nic.it . expensive is that of the newly coi - Bolidated telegraph lines with thi'r capital stock of § 80,000,000. Ti o market value of this water is aboLt $30,000,000. TnELouisville Courier-Journal saj i : J 'There is nothing mean about Kei - tucky. She freely gives her grc. t men to her neighbors. Lut Mend : < y Oullum , Kcntuckian , was inauguratt d for a second time as governor of Illi nois ; Tuesday , Crittenden , Kentuck ian , was inaugurated governor of Mit- sourl ; Wednesday , Churchill , Kot- tuckian , was inaugurated governor < f Arkansas ; Hawkins , Kentuckian , ...

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. — 20 January 1881

HEnirrs OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods aused bv the wonderfully low prices at which we were ahle to oner them late in the season , We have now an unusually large stock of V V These Goods are now laid out and are marked down Jess 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 , L . < * * Our new Cedar Blanket Binns are now full of every Ascription 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 , w desire to call special attention to tne Greatest Bargai we havQ ever offered , heing a most heautiful line of SATIN FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS AND NAP...

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. — 20 January 1881

THEDAILY BEE. Thursday Morning , Jan. 20 , BREVITIES , " Patereon eeUifcoaL Good ikating at the park. Oysters , 25c , 30c and 40c at Buffett Whipple , McMillan & Ca , the jewi n.Creighton Block. ° 26-tf There will be a camp fire by Cost Host next Monday night. The enow melted rapidly to-day und the influence of the sun's rays. Don't omh to look on third paj lor Crulcksbank's description of hon goods they are offering. A typ9gr pbieal error made us fix t ] hour of the rendezvous for sleighs to go Council Bluffs at 10 p. m. , instead of p. m. yesterday. The new steam fire engine which tl Lincoln council has leased from SiUby Ca , lor ten months at $100 per mont ! 'rent down via the TJ. P. R. R. yesterday There will be a special communicatic t > f St. John's Lodge , No. 25 , th ( Thursday ) evening for work in the M. M degree. Visiting brethren are cordial ) nrited. James B.Bruner , Master. C. H. Fitch , assistant inspector RCI ral of the second district of the depar ment of Neb...

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. — 21 January 1881

h- . X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , PHI DAY. JAXUARY 21 , 1881. isT0. is ; ? . Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents M IKKE'VS BY TELEGRAPH. 'Mow York Money ivnd Stocks. WALU SrioifcT , Jaurairy IB. M1 | > . ra.thc j-tlcei vrcro u folio * * : MONEY fctearty t 0p99J. OOVEIW.UESTB. Firm T.S.tfX el 1 01J U.S.1 1 1SI U S. V 1 in Currency ffs. 1 M U.S. 41 * 1 JSJ SfOCKS A&P. . 48 II i. U 108 A U . fl' ' ! I > cl A. La-k IIP } W U . llf > l Dtni RloO SSJ Erie - 61' } . > lti Han &St Joe Oil l U x Q . . . 1" < H 1'referrcd 107 } CC C & I KA.T } C C 4I.C . N V C _ . . - * ' ' " " ' ' ' NJ C J L VoEiIc' . . tl 1C Northwestern. . . . . . 1S21 25 Preferred .145 70 O 4 : M StI Ml liCoi l Out 34j | NP 34 P M IB } pM . ' 't IH.V 13TA c r * -u r ui 122) ) up 121 St. P. & O 4s } llanlutun. ' Wshaih . 4S o s. 1'rcferred v 01 Chicago Produce MarKot. CUICAOO , January 20. \Vheat--Active and firm ; No. 2 ijnring February sold at 9898 c ; , x " .i , 9li@'J ) ! > J ...

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. — 21 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE B. ROSE WATER : EDITOR PADDOCK'S song to that historic first ballot : "I'm waiting my darling for thee. " V IT IB eaid that the electric light produce freckles. This accounts for the strong feminine opposition to the now Invention. SENATOE BLAISE is already address ed facetiously as "Sir. Secretary , ' and it Is said that his resignation is already written. This will annoy Roscoe more than Spragno and his ehot-gnn. JACOB RICH has been confirmed by the sonata as pension agent for Ne braska and Iowa , Yfith headquarters at Des Molno * . The annual business Is said to amount to several mllln us yearly , and there is little doubt that Jacob has struck it Rich , this time. THE bill to legalize dissection should commend Itself to the legisla ture. A provision should however bo Inserted requiring the decent burial o ! the remains of dissected subjects , and prohibiting the export of bodies out of the state for medical purposes. TUB wonderful power of the Irish L nd League ove...

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. — 21 January 1881

REMNANTS OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods aused by 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 Groods are now laid out and are marked down 'less ' than cost , making the most 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 BinuB 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 ch eapest aud hest assort ed lot ever offered here. Also a light comforts just arrived as good value if not better than the hest , 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 SAW FINISHED ROUBLE DAMASK , TABLE x. CLOTHS AND NA PKINS TO MATCH. Th...

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. — 21 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Saturday | Moraing , Jan. 22. " "BREVITIES , ' Fteron dls co I. Good dealing at the park. Oysters , 26c , SOc and 40c at BuSettV. The eastern tadn were Ute Friday morning. Another distillery for Nebraska City 5i talked off. There was but one Pullman car cut this noon. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- on , Crfigliton Block MoSG-tf The Hancock and English polo felllc- fore the woodman's axe Thursday. Although the BUB shone brightly all day Friday a cold north wind made the stinonphere very biting. Xha overland train from the west was ren houn Ute. A wreck on the lice caused the delay. Mayor Chase has extended his order limiting coasting to cover the Eleventh atreet hill south of the railroad track. Don't oml { to look on third page for Crolckshank'a description of home goods they are offering. Dr. LeisenriziE has recovered Lis borse. It was found near Papillion 01 Wednesday , but whether It strayed away or WM stolen Si uncertain. Cards are out for the wedding o...

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. — 21 January 1881

REMNANTS OF THE OLD YEAR. After a most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods aused by 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 Ascription 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 , w desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargai we have ever offered , heing a most heautiful line of SATIN FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE CLOTHS ANDi\APKL\S TO HATCH....

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. — 21 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Friday Morning , JJan. 21. BREVITIES , ralcrson Eclls'coaL MacalliBter to-night. It threatens more snow. See Tolack's advertisement. Oysters , 25c , 30c and 4Cc nt BuffcttV. Go and hear Prof. Aughcy to-inomw trght. trght.Work Work on the waterworks has been re- earned. Macallistcr , the Wizard , still draws crowded houses and no wonder. Whifple , McMillan & Co. , tbe jewel- o re , Creighton Block. o2C-lf Lots , Farms , House * nd Lands. Look over Bemia' now column 01 bargains on 3f > t p go. Several unimportant accident * oc curred during the ride to Council BluflV j-estordaj- . Don't omh to look ou third pa e for Crulckshank'a description of home goods they are offering. In tbe police court yesterday two Vlain drunk * were sent to ja'l in default of SI and 53 fine respectively. -Kitchen Bros , lost about S209 by the Treitecbke fire. The fire is believed to tiaveetarted from n cigar stub. Don't fail to hear tbe eloquent Presi dent of tbe Nebraska Academy ot Sci...

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. — 22 January 1881

VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , SATURDAY. JANUARY 22 , 1881. NO-184. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION , Price Five Cents Special Notice. I. 8. EjWiLLIAMS a SONS , 9odo and Fifteenth Streets. Having finished their Annual laventory , and TriEhine to make room for our Lnxge Spring Stock re Making some HEAVY REDUCTIONS fe all Departments , in order to close our stock of CLOAKS and we will make HEDDOTION OF 25 PER CENT from regular selling price. Anyone in need of such , an Arti cle -will dowell to take Ad vantage of this Offer , FIGURED MGMIE CLOTHS , Formar price ? 21-2c. Beduced to 12 l-2c. Ladles' Mull Ties 25c , Bolfl everywhere for 50c. We just received a large Iin of WSTTE FLANNELS , At Very iow Figures. TABLE 1INENS , TOWELS MD CRASHES , At Attractive Prices. WHITE BLANKETS , Only $9.00 a pair. GENT'S SCARLET UNDER WEAR $1.26. llcdnccd from $8 00. BEST PRINTS , 1C yards for $1.00. The Cash System having proved Very satisfactory dur ing the past year we shall still continue it , makin...

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. — 22 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE S. BO3EWATEB ; EDITOR THAT froo-for-Rll contest at Lincoln hai proved decidedly IntereBting for backers of the favorite. THE New ork Evening Post says dSablo track trunk line between - th t a new twoen New York and Omaha has been definitely decided on. THE railroad orRans are expressing their mild surprise over Nance's chances. Thunton and Hitchcock - cock could have told them something of the kind three weeks ago. MR. COSKUSO had something to ay In the senate npon"wornm.'B right * . If reports are true , there is a little woman at Utica who could peak even more feelingly upon woman's wrong * . TnET don't allow any fooling with puhlic characters iu New Jersey. An adltorin t [ state has hcen senttc the peniten y for a year for libel- Hag a state senator. The attention oi the legislature is called to this Impor tant fact. A LAWYEE in Delaware has beer awarded 53000 damages for a finder. broken in an affray growing out of his attempt to levy on soma property foi a client ...

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. — 22 January 1881

\ REMNANTS OF THE OLD YEAR , 1 E After t most extraordinary trade in Dress Goods aased br tfee IP oadertally low prices at which we were afela to uaar rhem late in the season. We have now an e stock of A These Goods are now laid out and are marked down less th.n : cost , making the most SPLENDID BARCAIN 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 Bines are now full of every 1 Vri Ascription of Blankets , many of them bought 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 , w desire to call special attention to the Greatest Bargai we have ever offered , heing a most heautiful line of SATIN FINISHED DOUBLE DAMASK , TABLE x. CLOTHS AND NA PKINS T...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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