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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 9 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE. Wedeeday Morning , Feb. .9. . BEEVITIES , Patoreon sells cool. 35est ten cent cigar at Saxe'a. See Polack's adreztiaement. Lubins bulk perfume at Kdhu'e. Eggs , 40 cents per dozen at Bnffelt's Palmer's bulk extract at Sase'a. SnackelSweet Mash at Doe-little's. 5-3t The trains arc all running on time to- flny. flny.The The Trinity Guild soeial is postponed to Wednesday evening. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- Bin , Crughton Block. o2C-tf Oyster ? , 20c , 25cand35c , at Buffett'a. WANTED Fifty Ithousand dollars of county bonds. H. T. Clarke. BcstS cent cigar in town at Doolittle'f. arms , Houses ind Lands. Look Over Bemis" new column of bargains on 1st g The docket was called in the county court [ at nine o'clock yesterday , with Ci cases. All material for the Omaha -water tvorki is expected to arrive by the middle of next month. For Lands , Lots , Houses and Farms ooi overBeinis' new column on first page Brrgaina. The Chicago and Northwestern train , flue t 9...

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. — 10 February 1881

YOL. X. OMAHA , NEBEASKA , THUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10 , 1881. NO200. . Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents MILBOADSVS. The Issue Publicly Dis cussed at the State Capitol , j TheBailroad Managers Oppose All Legislation , and Deny That Abuses Exist That Need Bedressing. Have the People of Nebraska Rights Which Railroad Monopolies Should Respect ? The Duty of the Legislature - . Defined. SpscUl Correspondence of THE BIK. LINCOLN , February 8. The meet ing for the discussion of the railroad question took place last night in the eenate chamber , Senator Myers in the chair. Both the floor- and the galleries were well filled , and many of the leading men of Nebraska were present. The meeting was called to order about 8 o'clock , when Senator Wells , of Saline county , moved that a committee of three ba appointed to arrange a programme for the evening. The chair appointed Sanatora Wells , Burns , of Dodge , and Gere. Senator t . , tor Doano said the object of the sen ate railroad...

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. — 10 February 1881

DAILY BES E. RO5BWATSR ; EDITOR ; THE basis of law taxation is equita ble assessment of rich and poor. THE cdtor of the Lincoln Journal Is decidedly out cf gore on the r&Hro&d question. THE question before the etato is , Shall the people regulate the railroads or the railroads the people ? THE Herald commends Sir. ITovre'a remarks upon the 83,000 U. P. rip rap steil. The Herald turns itg back upon its own record. CO.VGKESS has only nineteen work ing daye left. Six thousand bills re main to ba actei upon , and an extra Bossion acorns inevitable. GAEFJELD is a good listen- cfj but ho keeps awf ally mnm on the main question of vrho are golrg to get thosa cabinet positions. A nn.L has been introduced into the Missouri legislature , rogulitin the charges on freignt and passengers and abolishing the railway commission. THU rapid incrcaeo in the cumber of Farmers' Alliances throughout the state 19 Euflijont ! evidence of the in terest of Nebraska "vrealth producers in the r.11 abso...

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. — 10 February 1881

% THE DAILY BEE. OMAHA PUBUSHIHC COPROPRIETORS. . tie Parnkam , bet. 9A and 10th Strict * TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION , 1 Copy 1 year , In advance ( postpaid ) . _ t3.00 Brnontha " " iM 8 months " " . . . . . .2.00 - TIKE TABLES- THE MAILS. 0 , * S , W. B.R,630a. m. , 1:40 : p. taj O. B. & Q.B SO a. m. , 2tO p. m. 0. B. I & P. B. B. , (30 a , m. , 2tOp. : tn * 0Et. . Jo 30 a. m. B. City * Pi 630 & . m. U. P. B.B. , 11:10 a. m. O. & R. V. to Lincoln , 10 a. tn. B. &U.R.R. . 8Wa.m. 0. fcN. W. , 739a.m. OITKlKfl O. k H. Vf. R.B. , 11 a. m. , 11 p. ta. C. B. & Q. , 11 a. m. , B30 p. m. O. B. I. & P. , 11 a. m. , 11 p , m. C. B. fc St , Joe.,11 a.m. , lip tn. U. P. B. R. , i p. tn. O. & B. V. from Lincoln , 12aO p. trj B.dty &P. , lift. m. B. &M. laleb.,4p. m. Local mills ( or SUtea Iowa IMTO bat oeoe a d y , Tls : 1.80 a. m. Office open from 12 to 1 p. m. Bnndayi. THOMAS F.-gALL. PoBtmart t. Arrival And Departure ol Trains UNION FACITIC. LI1VB. AKBJV * ...

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. — 10 February 1881

' : ; . DAILY BEE , Thurs 1O. BBEVITIES , I'atetvon l ei-t ten cent cigar .at SaxeV. I.ubtus bulk iierfumeatKolmV Oysters , 20 , 25 and S/ic , at Buffet's. PabnerV bulk extract at Sa\eV. Smcke Sweet Losh atDoolittle's. 5-3t Uraugc and lemoas , 25c , psr doz. , at 3Jtt Tct's. - . 9-4t The senate 5ia" < on tile a billtopreveut Ireatiug m ealoon * . 15e t3 c nt cigar in town at Doolittle's. The latest in Lincoln ij a small-pox t-c re. Whiwde , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- CM , Crtigbton Block. o'JG-tf "WASTEDFifty 'thousand dollnrs of oow tylK > i(3 ( . II. T. Clarke. Tlielas-t > ! tlio Vesta ( Chapter parties , lor this -cries will occur at Ma < > nc Hall , IFsitJny niglit next. The next reunion of the Xclna'ka IHuKlien aaJ S.iilm-s will b held at the old jilale Jair ground * in Lincoln. "We have lisen-leJ to expect much. In "The Galley Slave' ve g' > t more merit t han' re espscte.l " I New Yorl : Star. The red line , of tlis street railway has 5jeen ojieaeil a !...

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. — 11 February 1881

VOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , FBI DAY. FEBRUARY 11 , 1881. . 201. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION , Price Five Cents BARGAINS' ' REAL ESTATE AGENCY , l lh and Dotiirhis Street. Or r S,000 residence lots fcr rale bvthls tfn- of at cnces ruiglne Irom f25to ? J,500each , n4 looted in everj part of the cily , and in everv direction from the F slofBce , north , e st. south or west , and Vmrj inc in distance f r. > m onoblok ! to one or two miles from same. Call anl ex amine ourlUta. , . . ? Several Choice lloU in Oriffin & Iiuca' addi tion , we t of cofarent. between 3\ Mary's aVen- na and Harne titrect S600 to SSOO. 80 atrei lost cast or barracks on Haundcri St. , tbli h choice land and will be gold very cheap lor cashing , 10 or 20 acre lots ; now ii your lime to secure a baiyain. Choice lot at end ot street car tracks on Sana- d rs street for 6 75. Cnolce lot , F rnb > m and 21th streets , 66X132 feet I r ; i,400 win divide i' . Cheap lots in Credit Foncisr addition , eocth V...

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. — 11 February 1881

\ t'HE DAILY BEEf B. B03SWATER ; EDITOR : UJCDEB the present system of assess ment tha poor bear the burden of taxation and tLe wealthy escape. THE Denver Tribune aaya that many people in Denver are using anew In place of the Holly water for drinking purposes and find it more digestible. OKtbefojtrd of March , 1883 , the tenaa of twenty-six United States enalora will expire , of whom fifteen are d ipcritBJand eleven republican a. THE'Confinnatlon of TMarshalUier- bower waan't very long delayed aftejr Paddock's return to 'Wak&lngto'n. That cocxnUtoB thpnght TRraatorial comity WM aboatfplayed cut ? eased their earninginji | d mary . $829,000 forer ' ' January of'laat'year. Thes'e compa nies evidently paid for the groaie they used in which according to Manager Tonzalin 1 theyjaK . 1 - fttW Hcan Valley railroad. Wiscorsori * &e , latest -claimant for a cabinet position , and Postmaster Henry 0. Payne , of Mjj38UXSi | J,8 the unhappy aepTraat. ' New tJTork would be much pained if...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 11 February 1881

THE DAILY BBE. OMAHA PUBLISHING GOPROPRIETORS. . 116 Parnham , bet. Stl > and 10th StrtOt TERMS OF srB&ORIPTJON , 'lOopylyeai , In . .Titjw\ postpaid ) JS.CD B months " " . . . . . .IM Stnouthi " " 2- ° ° TIME THE MAILS. C , * K. W. K. Kn 650 . m. , MO p. m. 0. B. * Q.6 SO a. m. , 0 p. m. 0. B. I A P B. B. . . 630 , m. , StiTp. m Oft St. Joe 5:80 a. m. B. City 4 P. 6 0 k. Hi. TJ. P. K.B.lltO .m. O & B. T. to Lincoln , 10 a. m. 4 B. ft M. B R. . B:1'J m. " O. fttf. W. , TSCa-m ornni'a 0. * H. W B. B. , 11 . m. , 11 p. m. C. B. & Q. , 11 a. K . 9M p. m. aB I. iP. , lla. m , , 11 p.m. C. B. * St , Joo.,11 a.m. , Up' m. D. P. B. K. , i p. m. O. & B. V. from Lincoln , llflO p. to , B.Clty &P. , 11 a. m. B.A1L ln > eb.lp. m. Local malls for States Iowa leave but onct a day , vis : 4SO a. m. OfBce open from U to 1 p. m. Sundays. THOMAS F. HALL Postmaster. Lrrival And Departure of Trains UNIOH PACIFIC. Uivm. ? toaJlv Erpn-i 12:15 : p. m. p. indo - * do Klxe * eanp ...

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. — 11 February 1881

'K DAILY B&E Thursday Evening Feb. 10. BREVITIES P lerson sells coal ? SeePolack'a advertisement. -llest ten cent cigar at Sale's. Lnbtssbulk perfume at Kohn's. * * tpf Oysters , 20 , 23 and 35c , at Buffet's. 9-4tr 94trPfclmer's Pfclmer's bulk extract at Base's. "Queen Esther" Isflourishing. . Corinne and her metric-makers to night. , - Oranges and lemons , 23c per doz. , a1 Bnfict'sT' * 9-4t BestS cent cigar in town at Doolittle's. 8-3t 83tWWpple WWpple , MclOllan & Co. , the jewel ers , Crtlghton Block. o2G-tf Hartley Campbell's Galley Slave to morrow and Saturday evenings. Lot * , Farms , Hoase& ind Lands. Look over Bemls' new column ot bargains on 1st WASTED Fifty .thousand dollars of county bonds. H. T. Clatke , We desire to call attention to Crnick- ebank & Co. 'a great sale of domestic goods advertised on first page. The weekly meetings of the Y. M. C. A. will be held at the association rooms tkii evening. Young men and strangers in the city are especially in...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 12 February 1881

< , . < , f V. , JE , J- - * , -s * YOL. . OMAHA , NEBRASKA , SATUEDAY. FEBPOJARY 12 , 1881. . ] ST0. Established 1871. MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents BARGAINS' ' zicr AGENCY , I5h ( and Douglas Street * OvcrOM , TcsUcLco V's for < tiTe1)v1his ag n. cy ai ii nets rau iiu ; f r > in 625 1 o Si , 100 cash , n I located 1 1 eor ) j-artorih ; city , and in evarv direction fr-'tu the 1'jtloffice. iortli , orl. south cr ueit , Riid v. r In ; in .I'Mt&ccj f rM one block lo ona or two mll S fruiu ti-ua. CM &Ed ex- ainiuouurii' i. fleve-i ! : ! HC. ljt > in OriHIi Si Ismcs' Ui- tlou , e t of vtmvsnt , lolween S . iisrj-B n311. . ua aud il.iri > tercel ? GOQto 00. 10 a ret test cast of barracks on Sauudcra Sr , lLlaiBeiDiei'id ! ! aMju. ! ! ! Lo vcU vary Uicnp ipr cash in 5 , 10cr 0 lure las ; now ii joar time to Bpcnie * liar.uin. Onoice lot it tA ot &trvel cir tracts on Saun- ilets utrtct to"75. . Cao'c : lot. Fara'um v > l 24th s'reoia , C5xl32 feet to :...

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. — 12 February 1881

THE DALLY E. TfE grain ahipnionta from Hi4vo thus fir in 1SS1 arc rep irtoJ as ouo raously in cxsi "f IMOST for the co responding poriia of 1SSO. Mil. VJKINO rccoivtsbls quarter .alloir.incii of slops fiom the llrrnl i , tl occAsion ben : < ; his halMiig anrf lin defence of tlio Union Pac ft 3 inouopo' before the logblaltvo c ramitu-o. in w.iimitod ilut a : lo < at tfl hundred auJ fi'y mincg huva bcc urged ) in G.-tu-r 1 ti rlicld for cjt net appointments. At lus.il two Inn dred and forty-throo i't theat tvi'u f * CONOUUSS was ( roaltsd at IB ! Thar diy' scsaion to n lively tliiiufaion i th'e river and hsrbor atealwhich a ] proprutes no riy § 9,000,000 to tl rocliiniiti-jii of creeks an ! brooks i out of the way j licer , vrhilo it f.ula 1 lifo jdp for tbc great w ter iii hws ] > f the country and ths pr. tectlon i gnsat ciiics ujwn their cramblir ehoro < . to weather authoritii cist , the region of tte Missouri is i ba trotted to a groU flood as soon : tba Jce breaVg up...

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 February 1881

THE DALLY BEE. " OMAHA PUEUSHIKC UOPROPRIETORS. . 9U Fan.ham , Ul SU. aid UHk StreeU TEUMB Of SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy 1 year. In tdnuico postpaid ) . .t3.00 " * - " * " " " " 2.00 TIKE TABUS- THE MAILS. 0 , * N. W. B. U. , t 0 a. m. , S:10 : p. m , ' O. B. & Q 6 29 a. tn. , 210 p. m. C.Q.l&r.E. U. . 530a , fl * & St. Joe 23 a. m. B. City aP.fi 30a.m. 0. P. B-R.ll:40a.m. O. & B , V. to Lincoln , 10 a. tn. B. ftM.RR..b:10a.m. O. UN. W. , T:80 .m. ' 0. t H. W. B. K , 11 a. m. , 11 p. m. C. B. & J. , 11 a. m. , 920p.m. C. 11. 1. & P. , lla.m. , 11 p.m. C. B.kSt , Joe.lla.tnllp m. U. P. B B , < p. m. O. * R. V. from Lincoln , ISOt ) p. mj B.dty * P.Ua. tn. B. & H. lnl < eb.t p. m. Local mails for SUtea Iowa leave bat ones a day , via : i:33 a. m. OSBce open from IS to 1 p. m. Bundayt. THOMAS F. HALL. FoetmMt'f . Arrival And Depanmre of Trains UKION PACITIO. Bally Irprea..11:16 p. m. 825p.m. do Klxed eaop-m. t35p.m. do Freight .6:80 .m. I'M p. . do do . . .B...

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 February 1881

i11 IE DAILY 8 iturday Morning , Feb. 12. BBEVrilES. F taraon sells coal list ten ccut ci ar at Saxe's. Lulnwlliulk tcrlumeatKahnV. Ojfitew , 20 , 25 and S5c , at Buffet's. Palmer's bulk extract at Hare' * . Valentines at the 09 Cicnt Store. ll-2t Oranges and letnoas , 2-r > 2 per Aoz. , i ' 9- Buff t'u. Tha pay car went west on the U. T Send in your church notices eariy to etorrow , p'.csM. Whpp ! irciiaian & Co. , the jewel Block. o26-tf ert , Crtlshton Cwinne and her meme makers lef : or Lincoln jesterday. Bartlet CampbeU'd "Galley Slave" * 1 the Academy to-tight " thousand dollars ti \VAKTEIJ Vifty county bonds. H. T. Cla ke. Come tj tha "Temn.rauce Bee Hire' ad get w imed up. Grand fanlly matinee of 'The Gal- le/SLve" Ihij afternoon. W ileiire to call Attention to Crnici- . ahank & Co.'s great sale of domestic goxls advertised on first paje. A rumored attempt at suicide by J pre'.ty waiter girl at one cf our hotel' , Thursday , proved entirely utfoundetL There was a ...

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 February 1881

THE OMAHA BEE \ YOL. X. OMAHA , MONDAY FEBEUAEY 14 , 1881. 1ST0. 203. PROBLEM OF THE HOUR. Shall the People Control Public Highways or Shall Eail- road Rings Eule this Bepublic. The Necessity of Legal Limitation - * ation to Extortion and Discrimination. The Bugbear About Frightening Away Capital. , . The Constitution Should be Rigidly Enforced. The President of the Nebraska - * State Farmers' Alliance . ' Presents His Views About the Relations of Railroads and the People. TECCMSEH , Neb. , February 10. To the Editor of The Cec. * Onocf tlio problems now pressing on the public &nd calling for solution is this : What are the true relations of the railroads of this country to the people the state ? There nre those -who seem to think that this is & problem in wnich the public have no interest , and that it is unwise to consider or agitate or legis late upon it. Same of these deprecate agitation on the ground that it will frighten capital , and so postpone , if not prevent , the...

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 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE : MONDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1881. POETRY OF THE TIMES. Lent. The season called Lent is not remote , Already the cock crows with cheer , -And says , chanticleer out my throat And tung for t1 e good time that's near . "When p < ultry of all kinds is free From grac ng the epicure's dish id we view with the greatest of slee fhe raid which is made upon fibb. " Oshkosh Advocate. The Vanquished Clerk. ja. : ady once , of fascinating mien , Ent'ring a store , desire to get a bow ; .At which the clerk , with visage quite Srrene , Threw himself back , as if to gay , "Fll go ! " And he did say , I'm at your service , ma'am ! " Meaning , of course , that he her beau would be. w TSelf-confldantand < i1iite ] Xlite lam , " 11 ao doubt he thought ) "Will you accept of me ? " Could he have guessed the lady's quick re tort That should so soon annihilate his pun .Had he but known a woman's power to thwait Such w it as his , he would not thus have done. As quick as wink the lady thus ...

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 February 1881

TEH DAILT BEE- : MONDAY , FEBKFARY 14 , 1881 , \ * tI The following acknowledgements were received from parties to whom the most valuable premiums were allot ted in our distribution last spring : SEWING MACHINES. SARPY CENTRE , Neb. , March 22 , iBSo. Mr.E , Rose&ater , Omaha , Neb. : DEAR SIR I received my sewing machine yesterday. Would say that I am very much pleased with it , and it goes very far beyond my greatest ex pectations. Yours , etc. , WILL E. MILLER. CALHOUN , Neb. , March 9 , 1880. Omaha Weekly Bee , Omaha Neb. : GENTLEMEN The sewing machine awarded to me at your distribution of presents , on the ist inst , received yes terday. Allow me to state , gentlemen , that the machine exceeds my expecta tion , it being a very fine one in every particular and much better than repre sented. Thanks ! Hoping you may live to distribute many more valuable presents among your subscribers , I remain , yours respectfully , B..E. FENNOR. GRANT PRAIRIE , July i , iSSo. Received of 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. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE : MONDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1881- THE DAILY BEE E. EO3BWATER : EDITOR : now the numbsr of rural ex changes who have failed to find in General Van Wyck the own snd only senator is growing beautifully email. THE British colonial troops have suffered another severe defeat at the hands of the Boers , the commander , General Colley , narrowly escaping with his life. The English journals are urging peace on any terms. THE January exchanges in New York were greater by $400,000 than ever before. The exchanges outside of New York show an increase of 27 per cent. It is estimated that the volume of business throughout tbe country during last month was over 20 per cent , greater than during the same period in 18SO. MR. ROSEWATER will never be sat isfied until he secures a law making it a criminal offence for a newspaper man to ride over the Union Pacific railroad on a pass. Mr. Rosewater is forced to pay his fare , and ho envies us favored tools of corporate monopoly. [ Republican. M...

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. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE : MONDAY , FEBETJAEY 14,1881. THE BUSY BEE. Its Industry and Entei prisa Becognized and Endorsed , Praises Sung by a ThousaD Tongues Between Maine and Mexico. The Illustrated Annual Kevie1 Proves the Greatest Boon for State and City. While "The Weekly Bee" R < ceives anAvalancheof En comiums from Press and Public. Columns ot Pacts for Adve : tisers to Consider. NEBRASKA. Hebron Journal : The holiday nurj ter of THE OMAlii. BBE put in an a ] pearance en our tablojon hst Tuosds ] It is printed on rose-tint papp.r , an profusely iHuetratea. It is the cs Bheafof anything of the kind we hav seen this year. Grand Island Democrat : Tun OMJ HA BEE'S Annual Illustrated Rivie for 1880 has been received , and to sa that it far excels anything of the kin heretofore issued from our metropoli ia saying but the ruth. The ento prise of THE BEE Is phenomenal. .Republican Valley ( Seb. ) Sentine THE OMAHA BEE illustrated annual r < view makes a very creditable showin for the ctty ...

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. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE : MONDAY , FEBRFABY 14 , 1881. THE TOILERS'CHAMPION. And Defender of the Eights of Western Producers , How The Weakly Bee is En dorsed by Farmers and Others , A Few Specimen Letters. SOUTH BEND , Xeb. , Dec. 9,1SSO. Dear ISditor After reading a few cop1 ies of your weekly papsr , I like the tone and spirit of the ] > aer so well I am in duced to tend you the sub cription price for one year. Pleas accept my \ > eat wishes for your success in educating the minds of the. people to a sense of the great dinner of the gigan'ic railroad monopoly in this country. I am taking tliree week ly papers now , but I like the tone of your paper B- > well that I must have it. I have a geol deal o. time to r-tl ; I am toll col lector on the South Bina i e , acn ES the Platte , n 1 consequently hac a gooi deal of time tosead. If you have a paper Dec. 8 , please send it to me. ? inc I com menced ti is letter one of my neighbors saw oie of your papers , and he joi s me iu transmitt...

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. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE : MONDAY , FEBRUAKY14 , 1818. V THE DAILY BEfc. PQKAHA PUBLISHING CO. . PROPRIETORS. 916 Parnham , bit. 9t\ and 10th Slrettt TfiUUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I Copy 1 year , 1" advance postpaid ) * 5" - - S months " g-00 Sroontng RELIGIOUS. St. Louis haa 11 Baptist churches. The Central Baptist church of Brooklyn has reduced its indebted ness $18,000. The arc t29 Unitarian Churches in the United States and Canada , and 401 ministers , four of them being V'women. . The American Lutherans church has fifty-nine synods and 944,868 com municants. The increase2m member * ship during 1880 was over 100,000. Three of the principal Presbyterian churches in Toronto owe 3110,000 , New St. Andrew's , $60,000 ; St. James Square , § 3'J,000 ; aud Ertkine , $20,000. The Baptist "Year Book" for 1831 , shortly to be published , will show that there 2,296,327 regular Baptists in America , the net increase lor 18bO being 103,293. Statistics of the Congregational churches just published show that 1...

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