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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 22 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Saturday | Morning , Jan. 22. IJBEVHIES , j Patenon sells coaL _ _ Good skating at the prk. Oysters , 25c , SOc and 40c at BuSett'f. The eastern trains were late Friday jBDrning. Another distillery for Nebraska City ii talked off. There was tat Pullman car out this noon. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel ers , Creighton Block. ' ! < > 2G-tf _ Tto Hancock and English pole fell before - fore the woodman's axe Thursday. Although the sun shone brightly all day Friday a cold north wind made the atmosphere very biting. The overland train from the west was ren hours late. A wreck on the line caused the delay. Mayor Chase has extended his order limiting coasting to corer tfae Eleventh atreet hill south of the railroad track , Don't omit to look on third page for Crulckshank'a description of home goods they are offering. Dr. Laisenring has recovered his horse. It was found near Papillton on Wednesday , but whether it strayed away or was stolen Is uncertain. Cards ...

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 January 1881

- . ' If-J. YOL.X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA MONDAY. JANUARY 24 , 1881. IST0.185. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents VICTORIOUS VAN WYGK. Who Carried off the Sweep stakes in the Senator ial Eace , A. Glorious Triumph of the People ple over Domineering "Mon opolies. Exciting Scenes During the Clos ing ffouN of the Con test. The Field Strewn with Po- iitical Dead Ducks. Perfidious Treachery Bebuked. XdltoiUI CoirMpondenee ot The Bee. LIHCOLK , January 22 After five day > ot a desperate hand to hand con flict , tbe boa's of giant monopolies have suffered moat disastrous de feat. The battle field is etrewn with corpses of slain monopoly leaders , whom the tramp of Gabriel cannot resurrect. The bottla-acarred army of hireling honohmen , cappers , strikers , bummers , pool gamblers and camp followers is in fall retreat dismayed and panic stricken over the crashing disaster that has befallen them In tbe election of General Oharle H. VanWyckto the United States senatorship. The e...

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 January 1881

DAILY BEE it takes twelve days to elect one senator , how much time will be requi red for the consideration of five hun dred bills. THE British government , having decided that the telephone cannot be operated excepting by the postal de partment , has given orders' for 20,000 Bell telephones , and will shortly add the system to the postal telegraphy department. GESEEAJ. GEA > T has accepted the permanent presidency of the World's Fair , at New York , in 1883 , upon the understanding that tha committee Is to raise 84,000,000 as a financial basis belore proceeding. Iu all likelihood the general will wait some time. THERE are continued rumors of the consolidation of the Chicago , Burling ton & Quincy with the Atchuon , Topeka - peka & Santa Fe road , and Boston journals are predicting that the com bined stock will be watered over 63 per cent. * Murr of our citizens greatly over estimate the cost of laying that portion tion of our sewer system , the imma- dlate construction 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. — 24 January 1881

A. CRUICKSHANK & CO. , Importers , and Retailers , EMBROIDERIES , Direct from the best manufactories In Europe , Having for the Past three years made a specialty of Embroideries , during the months of January and February , increasing this department with re markable rapidity till we are now recogn ized as the leading Emporium , in the Northwest for EMBROIDERIES B Anticipating a larger demand for these goods this season , we have mads extraordinary efforts to secure the Most Choice and Original Designs and are now showing on our Counters over YARDS , Being the Largest Stock of Embroideries we ever had the pleasure of Showing. READ OUR PRICES. 500 yards at 3c. 500 yards at 16 2-3o. 500 yards at 5o 500 yards at 20o/ 500 yards at 6 l-2o. 500 yards at 22 l-2c , 500 yarcs at 7 l-2o. 500 yards at 25o , 500 yards at 8 l-2c , 500 yards at 30o. 500 yards at 10c. 300 yards at 35o. 500 yards at 12 l-2c. 300 yards at 40c. 500 yards at 15o. 250 yards at 45o , And a large Assortment of Finer ...

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 January 1881

HE DAILY BEE. Monday Morning , Jan. 24. BREVITIES , Paterson sells coat Oysters , 25cSOc and 40c at Bnffett'6. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- em , Crclghton Block. a < > 26-t Sec Crnickshank's new advertiBcmcn1 of embroideries on third paffe. _ It in now a common thing for enow fall steadily from a clear ety. Gnlick & Blaisdell'e minstrdls will be here Wednesday evening. Trinity Guild yojng ladles' social to morrow night , at Mrs. Geo. Thrall's Special trains 'camel in on the B. M. , and 0. & KV. . roads Saturday night , both well loaded. Major Sullivan wil : to-day resign his poeition as delivery clerk in the Omaha poatoffice , to enter upon a more luciative work. A runaway boy , who abandoned his father two years ago , has been recovered in somewhat the condition of the prodigal son. Omaha Council No. 320 , American Legion of Honor , meets every Monday evening at 7:30 , in hall over Hornberger'a , Douglas street. S. J. Chambers , Sec. About fifty couples s...

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 January 1881

< \ YOL.X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , TUESDAY. JANUARY 25 , 1881. . 186. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cent ; Special Notice. L B. WILLIAMS & SONS , Dodge and Fifteenth Streets. "Having finished their Annual Inventory , and wishing to make' room for onr Lajrge Spring Stock re Malmur gome HEAVY REDUCTIONS in aL Departments , in order to' . close our stock of I ' CLOAKS and DOLMANS , we will make a SEDUCTION OF 25 PER GENT from regular Belling price. Anyone in need of such an Arti cle -will do well to take Ad vantage of this Offer. FIGURED MOMIE CLOTHS. Former price 221-2c. Reduce i to 12 l-2c. Ladies' Hull Ties 25c , eold everywhere for 50c. We just received a large line of WHITE FLANNELS , At Very tow Figures * TABLE LINENS , TOWELS AND 08ASEES , At Ai tractive Prices. WHITE BLANKETS , Only $9.00 a pair. GENT'S SCARLET UNDERWEAR - WEAR SI.25. Reduced from $2 00. BEST PRINTS , Itt yards for $1.00. The Cash System having proved Very satisfactory dur ing the past year we...

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 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE E. BOSS WATER ; EDITOR "Van , Tan , Wan the coming man. " AND now jnat bear them drop on the other side of the fence. TELL it not in the state of Beatrice , let no man -irhhpor it in "West Po'nt. AFTER the 4h of Starch we shall hear Iocs of "cenatorlal comity" Jn Nebraska aCa'rs. KEEP it before the paople ! that the days of monopoly domination in Ne braska are numbered. Now let the ralllant Yandervoort coma home. Hia adjutants are sadly in need of consolation. BIEEBOWEE'S confirmation will no longer interfere with Senator Pad- dock's chances of re-election. THE Lincoln correspondents of onr morning contemporaries Trill return homo eadder , but , let us hop3 , wiser men. THIS has been & terribly cold politi cal fitr'nter for the railroad politicians of Nebraska and poor Tal Is loft out In the cold. editors want boy governors and boy sonatari. People of mature judgment BulJoin embark on a chip piloted by cabin boys. PooaValentinpl How lonesome he irlll feel during hl...

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 January 1881

A. GRUiGKSHANK & CO. , h Importers and Retailers. EMBROIDERIES , V Direct from the best manufactories in Europe , Having for tie Past three yearsunade a specialty of Embroideries during the months of January and February , increasing this department with re markable rapidity till we are now recogn ized as the leading Emporium , in the Northwest for EMBROIDERIES ! ' 'Anticipating a larger demand for these goods this seaspn , we have made extraordinary efforts to secure the I Most Choice and Original Designs and are now showing on our Counters over IIrm 100,000 , YARDS , rm > Bemg the Largest Stock of Embroideries we ever had the pleasure of Showing. \ READ OUR PRICES. 500 yards at 3c , 500 yards at 5o 500 yards at 6 l-2c. 500 yar3s at 7 l-2c. 500 yards at 8 l-2c. 500 yards at Hk 500 yards at 12 l-2c. - 500 yards at 15o , And a large Assortment of Finer Goods with Edgings and Insertmgs to Match. Store Closes at 6:30. : ATTORRtTS-fiTtAP. CHARLES POWELL , OF THE PEACE Comer JSth ...

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 January 1881

HE DAILY BEE. Tuesday Morning , Jan. 254"J BREVITIES , Paterson eclls coal. Oysters , 25cSOc and 4Cc at Buffett's. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- rs , Creighton Block. oSG-tf See Crnickshank'a new advertisement of embroideries on third pafie. The only train in yesterday was the C. , B. & Q. , which brought two car loads of recrnits'from Columbus barracks. the Fourth infantry There were fifty men for fantry , at Fort Douglas , and five for Fort Omaha. Capt. John H. Patterson , of the Twentieth infantry , Lieut Joel T. Kirk- mau , of the Tenth infantry , and Major Wm. M. Notaon , Bu-geon TJ. S. A , aa- companied the recruits. 'J he latter officer was station d in this department for four years , leaving it in 1878. The reiruits now being enlisted are a fine set of men , as the large number of applicants enables the of. Seers to make a selection of the best ma terial andreject all others. About 10 o'clock yesterday a run away horse , attached to a light sleigh , ran down...

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. — 26 January 1881

r \ TOL. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26. 1881. NO-187. Established .1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents BARGAINS , * * REAL IB IE IM : us3 "AGENCY , sind Douglas Street. OTAT 3.099 fcbUecca idle i-Ji aaie hy this iron - cy at rirjli63r ansia ? li ai S2i to 3 10 each , and eAtd iu ovcrj psrt at ue clto , and In everr Uroclloii frojclbe PonoScir.rth , eitt , south t * n < asl. ard vxry.ne in distance from one bloiklo o c or two milei Jrom same. Call and exaicin * cor lutta. Several cjurica. lot * in Griffin & Is-uics" ad-il on , v. 1,1.1 ol content , between St. Mary'e art a cc nd lUrney .street { GOO to ftiOO. 0 nrro8 just eut of barracka on Suindora St. , shls it elioloq ( and and will bo mid very cheap- Tor cub la * , 10 or 20 aero Ion ; now ia jour time to secure a bi'g&m. Cbaico lot t end of etreet car trxcki on Sann- < iera etreet for toi. Choice lot. Farnham and Sith BtreeU , 90x181 -wt fnr nWB will divide It. Clitp lota in Credit Fonclsr addition , ...

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. — 26 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE E. ROSEWA7BB : EPITOB THAT cold snap and blizzard at Lin coln did the builnesi for Pad's politi cal fences. TENHXSSM and Pennsylvania alone matter of electing a hang fire in the senator. THAT Ponca commission is hiding and Tibbies is. Ita head under its wing .again out of a job. GEBE Is meditating a trip to Hot Springs to join the innumerable caravan of disappointed politicians. THE most cheerful faces in town ara stable men. Prof. those of the livery Yennor did It with his little racket. THB BeuWtcan' flop was rapid , if not graceful. It now makes believe that it w for VanWyck , first , Ian and all the time. EKQUIKIES are numerou about Gen. ' mind his Van Wyck's age. Never " " blind pot and the "age. It was a "age" raked in the persimmons. now retire to hi and meditate over lII n Ti XS > * _ . . . r - given him for native retr t . "Mi " " * that gold-headed can * . "c hia valuable services as TJm marshal nnd the friend of Juu , , Duudy. OEN. VAKWTCK raoelved a gren...

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. — 26 January 1881

A. GRU1GKSHANK & CO. , Importers and Retailers , EMBROIDERIES , Direct fiom the best manufactories In Europe , Haying for the Past three years made a specialty of imbrcidenes during the months of January and tebrcary , increasing this department with re markably rapidity till we are nowrecogn- das the leading Emporium , in the Northwest for BROIDERIES ! Anticipating a larger demand for these goods this season , v/e have made extraordinary efforts to secure the Most Choice and Original Designs and are jiow showing on our Counters over Being the Largest Stock of Embroideries we ever had the pleacure of Showing. READ OUR PRICES. 500 yards at So. 500 yards at 5c. 500 yards at 6 l-2o. 500 yards at 7 l-2o. 500 yards at 8 l-2o. 500 yards at 10c- , I 500 yards at 12 l-2c , 500 yards at 15o , 500 yards at 16 2-So , 500 yards at 20o , 500 yardsat221-2c. 500 yards at 26c , 500 yards at 30c , 300 yards at 85o , 300 yards at 40c , 250 yards at 46o , And a large Assortment of Finer Goods with...

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. — 26 January 1881

DAILY BEE. Wedn esdayjMorning , Jan 26. BREVITIES , f Patersonr8ells"coaL. ' No city council to-nicht. Ho f or the stoting park. _ _ ges Polack'a advertisement. * " Burns waa bom 122 years agoTuesday ! Standard dnb party to-night "Erin Aroon" at the Academy Satur day ex ening. A new telephone list will be published n a week or BO. The Lincoln train inTuesday no n car ried two coaches. The Northwestern came in two hour * . Hte this morning. Don't forget the candy pulling by the Busy Bees Friday night , WANTED Fifty thousand -dollars if county bonds. H. T. Clarke. tS-Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jew > era , Ore Ighton Block. J ! " 2G-tf See Crnickshank'g new advertiiemett of embroideries on third page. Jl Lots , Farms , Honse& nd Lands. Looi over Bemi * new column ol bargains on lit P'ge. $ The legislature adjourned yesterday to meet again one weekfrooiTueBday.at three o'clock in the afternoon. For Lands , Lots , Houses and Farms , "ook over Bemia' new column on first pag...

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. — 27 January 1881

VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY. JANUARY 2T , 1881. NO-188. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cenis E'MBROiDE&IES O .jR ( i ? 3 f 2-33 H FRSTSCH'S PBUSSIAN THS LATEST * VICTORY OF HEDIGRL SCIENCE. The only erUU nmfAr for , pe. Ie of - A-ontc or Chronic Disease ot tk'j Organs of Respiration , and an absolute SPECIFIC FOR CONSUMPTION ! nilpowerfulrrcetnblo THIS -rrcetnblo prepara tion expels from the Inncs and air pas. [ W ncp , th mucus ftml muco'puR produced Jjy pulmonary Inflammation , heals the i Irritated Inenjbr.-KB'W. and renovates Tr7 rBnn wl'lch utilizes the breath of ure. It contains no dtupcfylnc poison , nnd Is In nil rcrprctn a healthful inecli- The raPlllIty " " * certainty witli It ANNIHILATES A COUGH IsostonlslUnK. Its effect * Co deeper than tno mere symptoms of pulmonary dis ease and ( llsclmrcrs the muse from the y'em. Tree nnd painless expectora tion Is the mode bywhich H rnlieves the Inncs , chest ami throat fromthebnrdens which opprods them ; ...

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. — 27 January 1881

* * THE DAILY BEI < r | E. RO3EWATBR ; EDITOB "THE original Tan Wyck man" already unmixes a legon. OMAHA citizen. o e it to the future o ! their city to at once decide upon amendments to the the proposed charter. . , ' THE house has passed the postoffic appropriation bill , with an increase of $40,000 for Iho Australian mails. t ' " * s * * * " * ' THE question of most vital importance is that of ance to Om.ha tax-psyeis charier amendments. Will our citi zens neglect their duty in thismatteit THE Republican wants to know "who killed Cock Rotint" This we Mipposc is a conumdrum , more tin- * honored than the familiar query of "who killed William Patterson ? " t J SENATOR HAMUK , of Maine , re tires from .phblic life on the 4th of March after nearly forty yeara of public service os assemblyman , con- greswnan , governor , vice-president and United States senator. HON. PUILI.TCS SAwyru , the sens. tor-elect from Wisconsin , owns more s w mills than any other man in Wis consin. His "b...

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. — 27 January 1881

A. GRUICKSHANK & GO. , Importers and Retailers. E IOERIES J Direct from the best manufactories In Europe. Saying for the Pas- * three years made a specialty of imhroiaeries during the roontbs of January and February , increasing this department with re markable rapidity till we are now recogn ized as the leading Emporium , ia the Northwest lor DERIES ! Anticipating a larger demand forjthese goods this season , we have made extraordinary efforts to secure the Most Choice and Original Designs and are jiow showing on our Counters over YARDS : , BeFnc the Largest Stock of EmbroidarleB we ever had the pleasure of Showing. READ OUR PRICES. 500 yards at So. 500 yards at 5c 500 yards at 6 l-2o. 500 yards at 7 l-2o. 500 yards at 8 l-2c. 500 yards at lOe. 500 yards at 12 l-2c , 500 yards at 15o , a 500 yards at 16 2-3c. * 500 yards at 20o. 500 yards at 22 l-2o. J | 500 yards at 25o , I ( ui 500 yards at 30o , 300 yards at 85c. 300 yards at 40o. aad [ 250 yards at 46c. hi And a Jarge Assor...

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. — 27 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Thursday Morning , Jan. 27. IBEEVinES. J > tenon sells coal. 7" The eastern talns were late yesterday morning. WASTED Fifty thousand dollars < f untybouds. H. T. Claike. t WhJppIe , McMill n & Co. , the jew el- w , Crefetoon Block. o26-tf The TJ. P. train from the west Tester- d y WM reported n honr and half late. Sec Crnickshank's new advertttemoLt # f embroideries on third pafie. The L. M. N. & O.'e will give a soci able at the Presbyterian church on Thnn day evening. Two females , of tbe Order of Soil- Dovc , were sent to j il this morning fir fighting. Pat Gallagher will be examined this morning on the charge of hfahway robbery. In the police conrt yesterday theie were four plain drunks. Two of these p-iid a fine and two went to jaU. Eggs arc not to be had now for love or money and the festive youths Thomas aud Jerimiah , gambol no more in the sombre sample room. On January 15th the ) e were 282 books taken from the public library ; 24G of tl.is numb...

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 January 1881

\ \ VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , FJEMDAY. JANUARY 28 , 1881. NO18 ! ) . Established 1871. MORNINQ EDITION. Price Five Cents BARGAINS , AGENCY , Idth and Douglas Street , Orer 3.0CO residence lot * for e lo by thll ; cn. jat prlcear anting from tCi to H.tOO each , and ociled in every part of theclto. a&4 In vety direction from tue PoslofSce , north , * sl , south or west , and varying ic distance from one blockto one or two calea Iron came. Call and examine our lists. P v ril choice Iota in Grlffln & Inaci' addl on , et of convent , between St. Mary's nvws u and Hamcy street $300 to JSOO. 80 terra iuet eaat of barracks on Ctundors St. , Vbts it choice land and will be told very cheap. fi ? n-hln6,10 or 20 acre lou ; now U your time to Secure bargain. Choice lot t rd ot ttrett car trckl on Bann- rf.rii street for $ JT Choice lol , F .mhMn and 2ilh street * , MxUS eet f < , r ii.ifo-win divide It. CheapIp' , in Credit Fonclar tdd'Uoa. l&nih oJ TERRACE ADDITION. roll fcfc o...

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 January 1881

THE DAILY BEE E. RUaEWATER ; EPITOB : feFirrr-SETEy United States senators " " born In other are "carpet basgcrs , represent. t&tea than the one they The Ecrald will please tate notice. GEORGE 2f. CEAWFOED , the chronic eindldate , It out with an open letter dunying those little facts regarding fieMondry letters. George N. Crawfish - fish would be amoreappropriatename. " " * THE eenatoriel contest in Tennessee h w been decided atter thirty ballots by the election of Ho veil E. Jackson. Mr. Jncltson is & conservative who has acted with the anti-repndiation branch of the democratic party. AM > now John T ? Bell comes in fcr his chare of abase at the hands of the "political prophet" of the Omaha Je- publicati , because he refused to bow j down to thegraven imsgeof Governor Nance. Mr. Bell might enlarge his eitalotcue of "boy idiots" without leaving Douglas street. THE condition of some of the street oc sings intersected by the street oir track calls for immediate attention f...

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 January 1881

A , GRUfGKSHANK & GO. , Importers and Retailers , E I IES J - > Direct from the best manufactories In Europe , laying for tha Pas' ; three years made a specialty of mbroideries during the months of January and f ebruary , increasing this department with re markable rapidity till we are now recogn ized as the leading Emporium , in the Northwest ior ! Anticipating a larger demand forjthese goods this season , we have made extraordinary efforts to secure the Most Choice and Original Designs and arc .now showing on our Counters over Seine the Largest Stock of Embroideries ws ever had th pleasure of Showing. READ OUR PRICES. 500 yards at So. 500 yards at 16 2-3c. 500 jards at 5o. 500 yards at 20o. 500 yards at 6 l-2o. 500 yards at 22 l-2o. ' 500 yards at 7 l-2o. 500 yards at 25 . ' 500 yards at 8 l-2o. 500 yards at 30c. * 500 yards at lOr. 300 yards at 35c. 500 yards at 12 l-2o. 300 yards at 40o. 500 yards at 15o. 250 yards at 45c. v And a large Assortment of Finer Goods with Edgi...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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