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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 19 February 1881

S - r : - - - * v > ' ' * Saturday MoroiagFeb. . 19. - _ j test ten tent cigar al Sail's. 3 , \ * l-Tiubins bnlk i/erfuroeatKahn'a. I'almer's bulk extract at Saxe'e. . H . 'lllB faith eisential to man ? Go heas j'Htheeloqi'ant Sunday evening. : : > ; .liWWj.ple , McMillan St'Co. , tuo jewel- * * erej' CreigUton Btock. "n Hf WANTED Fifty thousand dollars of ' * | couaty-lKHids II. . Clarice. ' . Itcmembir , Iha Danish Society's Mas quera.de Feb. 2(5th ( , tf The , new tubxnVra'iistof ; the'tele : -phine exchange is out yesterdav. B y : liire ofJhe.Unity Lyceum course. "jSjeB wget , " tlTewDaash. ! ' SocietT'8 ucrode fc on Saturday the 20th. tf be-a meeting of Vesta | < 3 aptrr "this * . . { Saturday } evening , " " * ' .A-tcuTattendancj isrequired. . -Tlicy ara still hauling snow out of Uie 5 oa Tenth street by ths train oa the bank , of the J e young people of thePirst Baptist jnur met ia the church parlors Thars- l.lsy and orgsnized a society known as People's Guild. " whi...

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 February 1881

f VOL. X. OMAHA , KEBBASKA , MONDAY. EEBEIIAEY 21 , 1881. FO209. . Established 1871 , MORNING IEDITION. Price Five Cents BARGAINS' ' REAL ESTATE AGENCY , ! 5th and Douglas Street. Over 8,000 residence lots lor stlo by this g n- cy at prices ranging from 825 to S2.BOO each , ind located In every put ol the city , and In every direction from the P-Mtofllcc , north , c st , south or west , and varjinc In distance from one block lo ono or two miles from sania. Call and ex amine oar lists. Several cholco lots In Griffin & Isuca * addi tion , wc t ol conrent , between S % MarfB a\en- no and llamev streeV600 to SSCO. EOacrcilnst east ol barracks on Saundtrs St. , tliia ia choice lind and will fee sold very cheap for cash In 5 , 10 or 20 acre lota ; nojr la your time to Becuro a bargain. Choice lot at end ot strict car tracks on Saun- u rs street for ? 57B. C.lolcc lot. Famhim aad 2th ยง tree Is , GG132 cot tor $1,400 will divide it. Cheap lota in Credit Fonclsr iwlditlon , south U. P. d...

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 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE , THE basis of low taxation Is eqult- able assessment of the rich CB well EB the poor , _ EVEET indication points to the com ing season RS the most prosperous In the history ol Omaha. SENATOR MOORE , of York , never needs to explain hia position on the question of the hour. He is generally right there every time. ACCORDING tcan exchange , England Is proceeding on the plan that Ireland has no rights which Englishmen are bound to respect MR. CASE , of Olay connty , IB mak ing a record for himself In Lincoln which his constituents will not be alow to appreciate. NEBRASKA has no Intention of fr fjhtenlng away capital but demands that capital shall not plunder and throttle production. THE farmers In the Bepnbllcan ral- lay who planted f&U wheat are looking forward to a season which will more ihanatonofor the troubles of last year. THE long-haired men and the shorthaired - haired women are the only advocates of woman suffrage in our state. They are not liable to be accom...

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 February 1881

OMAHA x . < BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ART EMPORIUMS. . U. ROSE'S Art Emporium , 1516 Dolgo U .Street , Bttcl Engravings , Oil PtintingB , Chromes icv Francs. FramiogaSpednlty. Low prices. J. BONNEK , K03 Dcuglaa St. Good Stylos. ABSTRACT AND REAL ESTATE. JOHN L. McCAGUE , opposite postofflce. W. K. BABTLETT , 317 South 13th Street. ARCHITECTS. A T. LARQE. Jr. , Boom 2 , Crelghton Block. Room li , Crcighton Block. BOOTS AND SHOES- JAMES D VIKE & CO , Tine Boots and Shoes. A coed assortment ot home work on hand , cor. 12th and Harpey. T1IO3 ERICESOX , S. E. cor. ICth and D.mg-las BED SPRIKCS- J. F. lAERlMgR. ManuIaturer.TlgscherB'Blt. CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS WM. SrtYDBB , Ko. 1310 Hth and Ilarney BL CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS- ANDEETW EOSEWATEU , 1510 Farnham St. TownSuneya , Qraie and Sewerage Systems a Specialty. , ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS. OOHKG. WILLIS , 1414 Dodge Street. li D. B. BEEMER , For details eec large Adrertlfl ! . mcnt in Diiland Weekly. CIGARS AND TOBACCO- WEST i ...

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 February 1881

M J The Daily Bee. Monday Morning , Feb. 21. Th Sans Ceremonia club givts a par ty at Standard Hall this evening. Lieut. Patterson , of the Fourteenth infantiTi came in from Fort Dougla * Sat urday evening , with two prisoners. Two suits of clothes stolen from Con ductor Dave Miller's room Friday night , vreri recovered Saturday in a second hand etore. It It reported that another memberof the melancholy profession will undcrtakt to follow the exampla of hia master. This if an upper Farnham btreet report. The passenger train north on the St. Paul & Omaha road , Saturday , stucK in newly formed snow drifts near Blair and a work train with forty men was sent toils ralief from this city. A most enjoyable hour is spent at the First M. E. church every Monday eve ning , commencing at 7:30 sharp , where the stranger among us is made welcome , and the young people are especially in- lited. Davenport street , between Seven teenth and Eigteenth. Paterson Bella cool. See Polack's advertisem...

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 February 1881

'kj ' L ! \ YOL. X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA ft , TUKSDAY. FEBRUARY 22 , 1881. .210. Established 1871. MORNING m EDITION. Price Five Cents L B. WILLIAMS & SONS , Cor. Dod e and 15th Streets In this Department we ate offering special Induce- smeats to housekeepers.n All Linen Table Dainask 50e , worth 70c ; 5-8 Ger man Napkins $125 per dozen , worth $1.60. We wilt offer the balance of our $1.25 NapkinsatSl.00 , an All-Linen Damask Napkin at Sl-50 , Bargain. We will sell our best Tur key Eed Damask at 50c. Another lot of the Extra Size Towels at 20c , worth 30c. Whe have four lots of Damask Huck and Twil led Towels at 16 l-2c each , Splendid Yalue , We will sell a 34 Napkin for $2,48 , * worth $3.40. ? 0ur $5.00 Napkin , slightly solid , $4.00. Our $4.00 Nap kin , slightly solid , $3-00- We offer the balance of our fine sets at greatly re duced prices. Marseilles Qnibs Lower than ever Bamsley Damask in Bleach ed at $1.00 , SL25 , $1.50 and SI. 75 , actually worth 50c more per yard- (1 ( C...

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 February 1881

TEE DAILY BEE. B. BOSSWATER : EDITOR : Omaha Herald to rise and ventilate that printing contract steal. THE prohibition flta has been affec ted by the cold and isn't aa frisky as its friends would like to eoe it. GREECE hag called oat 18,000 of her reserve * and Albania has offered Tur key 20,030 men in cue of war. THE quajlion of federal patronage Is troubling Senator Conkliog mor at present than the Spr&gue scandal. THF. amount nuked for the support of the Canhdian Government , for the year ending Juno 30 , 18S2 , is ? 43 , 47CC2G. VICE PRESIDENT ARTHUR has ar- rlvcd'in Washington and will take the gravel at noon on March 4'h. Wheeler trill tt once start on a fishing trip. . . * i - A CORRESPONDENT from Cambridge , Nebraska , enggasti that a convention of 3ounty surveyors bo called to con aider defects in the surrey laws of the state. WASHIN'OTON gossips report Oonk ling in unuaiully good humor after his trip from Mentor. The promise oi federal patronage ia said to be the caca...

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 February 1881

THE DAILY BEK OMAHA PUBLISHING COPROPRIETORS. . \ PIS Farntam , bet. SA and JOlh i > trccti TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION , 1 Copy ] year , In advance postpaid-.13.00 ) BmocUis " " 4.00 B months " " 2.00 TIME TA3LIS- THE MAILS. 0 , & H , W. E. 1L , BiO a. m. , S10 p. m , O. B. & Q.B S3 a m. , S40 ; p. m. O. R. I & P. K. R. . 30 a , m. , 2Wp. : m * C-ASt. JoottSO a. m. H. City SP.5S 0a.m. U. P. R.K , ll:10a.m. O. & B , V. to Lincoln. 10 a. m. B. * M. R.R..8 : ) .ia. O. * S. W. , T3C a. m. orrKiaa C. * K. W. R. IL , 11 a. m. , 11 p. 0. C. H. & Q. , U a. m. , 9X0 p. m. C.BfcSt , Joe. , 11a.m. , lip o. U. P. R , R. , 4 p. ro. O. ft B. V. from Lincoln , 12dO p. mi H. City & P. , 11 a.m. D. ft U. lnheb.,4 p. m. Local mails lor States Iowa leave but onoe day , vis : i-JO a. m. O&co open from 12 to 1 p. tn. Eondays. TDOMAS r. BALL. Postmxrt-f. . Arrivel And Departure of Trains OKION FACiriC. * do Mixed e:10p.m. 4:26 : p. a. do Frcl2ht.B30 .ni. 1:40 p. to. do 8:15 * .m...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 22 February 1881

i r * " * ' * v The Daily Bee. Tuesday Morning , Feb. 22. Special Notice. To-day being the anniversary of he birth of George Washington , Esq. , deceased , there will be no paper is- ned from this office on to-morrow morning. BREVITIES , Patereon sells coal. Lnbinabulk verfumeatKahn's. Key West , Scents , atDoolittle's. Additional local news on first page. Whipple , McMillan & Co. , the jewel- era , Creighton Block. o2G-tf Imported cigars , at Saxe's , druggist. Key West nad domestic cigars , at S axe's. Eemember the Danish Society's Mas quenxde Feb. 2Cth , tf Don't forget , the Danish Society's Misquerade is on Saturday the 20th. tf To-d y Li3 George Washington's birthday , and ve celebrate. * The revival at the South Tenth Street JL 12. Church is increasing in interest and will continue during the week. The Nichols referred to in an item Friday evening , was not the .J. I. NIchol who does business in Frenzer's block. 5 The Rock Island train came in on time yesterday. The gover...

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 February 1881

YOL.X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 , 1SSL NO2 ] 1. Established 1871. MORNINGt EDITION. Price Mve Cents t WASHING-TON. Lively Tilt Between Bragg and Blackburn Over Some Papers , Yice-Presidetit Elect .Arthur Visits the Senate and is Cordially Eeoeived Gen. Ha-Kock Signifies His Intention of Being Present at the Inaugural * Ceremonies. of "Virginia , is Still Noa-Comtnittal as to His Politics. HOUSE. pjcUl DljpaUh to Cu B WASHINGTON , February 23. The mat at 10 o'clock in cuinmiUee of the whole on the xnndry civil bill , with Harrison , of Virginia , In the chair. The pending qnestlon ws on Back- ner's umondment authorizing the pur- chtso of a gajTsaving-and tas regulat ing department. It wes ruled out of order , on the ground that it failed \o show retrenchment on lit faci. Later in the day the amendment was rejected. Mr. Riagan Inquired how much money would bo required under this clause. Mr. Blount said batweon $200,000 and $300,000. Mr. Reagan thought the sum had butter...

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 February 1881

m s'i 'THE DAILY BEE. B. B03EWATEB ; EPITOB : I THE most profitable "breeches" for the wom n Bufffsgista ' : Breaches of promise. " EDITOEIAM entitled "Whither are we Drifiingl" are out of order now that the enow haa ceased to fly. AND now -lontor is becoming de > erted and hungry office-seekers are making their way towards Washing , ton. r THE New Y > rk Sun speaks of Ihem r as "Dr. " Jay Sotild and hwtwoBo- wells , the World and Tribune. It jntpht have added the .Republican and Herald MR. TocziLiN'a letter is receiving rough treatment at the hands of Nebraska's farmers who offset specious arguments with h.rd facts. THE pMsage of the amended char- terby-thalegiaUtnra , will give to our .city government the oppprtuuity to keep pace with the growth of private interests in our metropolis. THE Hastings Kepubiean and the Brownville Adve i'ucr still echo feebly the monopoly cry. The future In Ne braska for railroad organs will not be a cheerful one. WE have received four communi ca...

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 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE. OMAHA PUBLISHING CO.PROPRIETORS. . 916 Ifarnkaw , bet. A ami 10th i > treOt TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy 1 year , In advance pottpild ) J8.00 ( in-rath * 4.03 B montlii 5.00 T 61. S THE MAILS. 0 , i H , W. E. R , 30 a. m. , SiO p. in 0. B. & Q.B MO a. m , 2:10 p. m. aR.I&P.R. R. . 6aOam.,2 : ) p.m 0St. . Joe tSO a. m. -O. P. R.R. , lltaa.m. O. & R. Y. to Linuoln , 10 a. m. a AH. R. R.SWa m. 0. kS. W. , 7 Ca.m. orTXisa 0. ftK. W. R.E. , Uam.U p.m. 0. B. & O. , 11 a. KL , 9 JO p. tn. C. B I. & P. , 11 a. m . 11 p. m. 0. B. k St , Jo . , 11a.m. , lip m. U. P. R. B. , i p ir > . O. t R. V. tromZJfiColn. iao p. m , B.City 4P. , 11 a. m. B. &M. ln > eb. , < p. m. Local mails tor SUtsi lows Icr.ve bat OUC3 dAT , > is : 1:80 a. m. Ofice open from 1 ! to 3 p. m. Bondays. TUOUAS F. HALL. P nmast r. Arrival And i > cparcnre of Trains USION PACiriO. toon. . .11:11 p. m. S.-25p.m- do Freight - 6SO . m. l0 p. a > . do . 8:15 * . m. lSOa...

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 February 1881

The Daily Bee. " * " g. Tab. 24 Uuie'uk e u eaK. hn's. uJE Buffett's. lieapi uf JJut > * gsat Co. the jewel. h.W'i , MciluUn & , Block. o2C-tf .s , Crtightou Ituuorted cigars , at Saxe's , druggist. -JacklUbbits , 25 cents The legislature wiil probably adjourn Saturday. Key West and domestic cigars , at Sale's. U S Marshal Bierbower has received bis new commi-slou. The d < > g PQ BOuer nan been on the war p tt for the past week. Eememb r the Danish Society's Mas querade Feb. 26th , - tf Eggs , Oranges and Lemons , 25 cents per dozen at Buffets. 23-4 : Considerable local news of importance is unavoidably crowded out to-day. The Naolworks are temporarilr shut down , owing to an accident to machinery. Genuine PanishKio. Glore , at L. C. Enewold , 13.h and Jackson Sts. wf&s The K & M. in JVebrawka it cleared of snow now from one end to the other. Throa h trains will prebablv begin running on tbe St. Paul & Omaha to morrow. Don't forget , the Danish Society's Mas...

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 February 1881

e. YOL.X. OMAHA , NEBRASKA , FEIDAY 25 , 1881. NO- Established 1871 , MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents THE LEGISLATURE. The Prohibitory Bill Ore ates a Stir in tjie House. The Wannest and Most Exciting Discussion of the Session , The BU ! Finally Ordered to a Third Reading. Hie Senate Committee , of the Whole Recommend the Passage of the Omaha Charter. _ " / - The Legislature Getting Down to Business. ' SENATE WEDNESDAY. Th interest in the senate cantered npott'the Omaha city charter. The fint 'motion , n.ade by Mr. Da'.ly , waste to e'.rike out the words "Upon s'.reetb * * * now paved and , " in section * 64 , which requires street railway com- panioE to lay In the best manner the trap or flat rail "upon streets in cities o ! the first class now paved , and its treeU are hereafter paved. " The amendment was lost Mr. Howe then tnored an amendment to section 22 , which requires a two-thirds vote of the electors to authorize tha issuance of bondi. The amendment was to change "two-thl...

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 February 1881

THE DAILY BEE. B. BO3EWATEB : EDITOB7 THE house has refused to endorse the Saline land steal. The house is not fresh enough to smirch themselves in such a dirty job. Da MILLER'S partner in the print ing job iniquity stills fails to como to time and the legislative investigating committee are out of a job. fact that General Garfield -served hisappreatice at a carpenter's bench , it is believed that his cabinet be a fine piece -workmanship. . THK Republican ssya that "God bless our railroads" is the cry coming up from all parts of the state. The Republican has forgotten the rerb. THE Omaha branch of the Land .Oieagae has resolved to Boycott all "English manufacturers and Ulster * products. The Ulsters must go. TUG present state senate has done good work in voicing , however feebly , the wishes of the paople on the all ab sorblng issue of the day. Thoeo mem bers who have fearlessly done their whole duty , will be gratfully remem bered by their constituents. THE Herald saya , "O.naha ne...

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 February 1881

5 * . n * ' I- THE DAILY BEE. 6MAHA PUBUSHINC CO. . PROPRIETORS. SIS Parniam , bet. Stk and IDA Strut * TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION , 1 Oopy I year , la advance postpaid ) . $8.00 8 month * " " i.00 \ Bmonthi " " 2.00 TIKE TABLES- THE MAILS. C , 4N. ir.KB SSOa. m. , ItOp ; m. O. B. & Q.E SO a. m. , 2:10 p. m. C.R.I&P.R. R. . tiOam.,2:10p.m 0 * & St. Joe E30 a. D. B. City * P. 630a.m. U. P. R.K. , 11:40 .m. O. * R. T. to Lincoln , 10 a m. B. Alt BK-.EtOa : a. 0. ft N. IT. , 730 a. co. ormn 0. K. W. R.R. , 111 , m. , 11 p. m. O. B. & O. , 11 a. m. , 930 p. ra. aR. I. iP. , lla.m. , 11 P.O. O. B.Bt , Joe. , 11a.m. , lip ra. U. P. B. R. , 4 p m. O. & R. V. from Lincoln , 1530 p. ml B.CIty 4P.lla. ra. B. &M. Inl < eb. , < p. m. Local malls ( or States lorn leave but one * a day , rta : 120 a. m. Office open from 12 to J p. m. Bnndays. THOMAS F. HALL. PostmasUl. Arrival And Departure of Trains CHIOS PACIFIC. UA.TO. iatrvr. VtllrKxprea..12:15 p.m. SSSp.nu do IQzed 6...

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 February 1881

* - * r JF - * The Daily Bee. Friday Momuing , Feb. 25. P tersm See Polack's advertisement , Lubinsbnlk jerfnnieatKiihn's. _ "H ste 10 the Banquet HtU. " Whipple , McMilUn & Co. , the jewel n , Crtighton Block. o'26-t Imported cigars , at Saxe's , druggist. Remember the Danish Society's Mas qneradeFeb.2eth , tf Fresh Eggs. 25 cents per dozen at J. L Nichol loth and Dodge. The price rf nails hai been advanced to $3.00 per keg by the association. Eggs , Oranges and Lemons , 25 cents per dozen at Buffets. 23-4t Don't forget , the Danish Society's Macqaerade is on Saturday the 26th. _ tf Peter Gees , while cleaning roof j es terday , fell through the skylight but f ortu Dfttely was not hurt. * liote , Farms , Houses tnd Lands. Look over fieimY nnir column oi bargains on 1st In cutting the transfer boat ont of the Ice , at 'Sioux City recently , the lee was found to be four feet thick. Some one tied a pony to a small shade tree yesterday and the pony ran away , tak ing the tree with ...

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 February 1881

Established I87L MQRNll EDITION. Price Five Cents i. iLLlAMS Oor. Dodse ; and 15th Streets jiis Department we aie oleriog special Induce ments tff housekeepers. AULicen Table Damask 50e , worth 70c ; 5-8 German - man Napkins $125 per dozen , wortrJ.-SO. ! We will offer the halance of our $1.25 NipMnsatSLOO , an All-Linen Damask Napkin at 31-50. Bargain. We will sell our hest Tur key. Bed Damaskvat50c. Another lot of the Extra Size Towels at 20c , worth 30c.Whe have four lots of Damask Huck and Twil led Towels at 16 l-2c each , Splendid Value. We will Sell a 34 .Napkin for $2.48 , worth 83.40. 'Our $5.00 Napkin , slightly solid , ' $4.00. Otir $4,00 Uaf kin , slightly solid , $3.00. We offer the balance of our fine sets at greatly re duced prices. Marseilles Quil s tower tlian ever BamJe 7 Damask in Bleach- red af SI 00 , 81.25 , $1.50 and $175 , actually "worth 50o more per yard. (1 ( 0133" CoDliS3 Toulards at ,121-20 , , "former pries 16 2-3c. ) f i Embroideries I * Now' open the l...

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 February 1881

t * THB DAILY BEE ' B. RO3EWATEB ; EDITOR ; = = = g = s = = = = = ; = = = = : THE French government has doomed the trichinae Pork creatures ! THE JfepuWtcan is * n authority on the Union Pacific meat shop. That'i where the Republican got its stake. HATHAWAT has been before thi house to explain his printing con tracts , bat where was Gibion then ? OMAHA architects already report a large number of handsome brick blocks contracted for , and residences without number. GENERAL TAN WOCK has obtained cordial recognition from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast for his outspoken ati-monopoly principles. SUHBET Oox has published in pamphlet form his speech on the par tisan democratic apportionment It has failed BO far to convince congrois , THE monopoly organ compares the Union Pacific headquarters to a butch er shop. We suppose this is because the Republican gets it's meat there. ESTATE ia the last commodity to feel the effects of the good times. Bes.1 estate has , in many instances , appreci...

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 February 1881

THE DAiLY\BEE. OMAHA PUBLISHING COPROPRIETORS. . 916 farnham , bet. Stk and. lOtk Strut * TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy 1 yew , In advance postpaid$8.00 6 month * " " 1.00 8 month * " 2.00 TIME TABUS- THE MAILS. C , & R , W. E , R , (30 . m. , 8iO ; p. m 0. B. & Q 6 SO a. m 240 p. m. 0. R. 11 P. B R. . 6-.SQ , m. , fcttp. m CBt Joe 6:30 * . la. U. P. R.E. , ll:40a.m. 0. * R. V. to Lincoln , 10 a , ro. ' 8. tlL U.K,8:40t. m. 0. * N. W. , ; dC a. m. ornusa 0. 4 H. W. E. B , 11 t tii. , U p m. 0. B. & O. , 11 1. . m. , ( t p. m. C.R I. i P. , li a. in , lip.ro. C. B , * Bt , Joo.,11 vm. , U p m. U. P. R. R. , i p m. O. & R. V. from Lincoln , 12:13 p. m , t. City & P. , 11 a.m. B.4M.ta > eb.p. m. Local malls for States Iowa leave bat onoe t day , rlK 40 ft. m. Office open from 12 to 1 p. m. Snndayi. THOMAS F. HALUPostmartfr. Arrival And Departure of . Tralus UNION PACIFIC. . DftUy KxpraB..nfl5p.m. do Mired . Baop.m. 4:25 p. m. do Frelght..6:80 , m. 1:40 p. m. do ....

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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