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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 16 January 1877

Minnesota Trcc-riantin ? . Special Dispatch to the Tribune. Ht. Paul , Minu. , Jun. 11. The State Forestry Association has awarded eome 200 premiums for tree-planting last year. The awards include $800 in silver and copper medals struck by dies and machin ery manufactured here , subscrip tions to newspapers , and lor one family m each prairie county alonu ; its line u frets pass for this year from the Jit. Paul & Pacific railroad com pany. Fanbault is the banner county , 1,804,776 trees beingplanted in that county during the year. The Delano premium of $50 , with n ttoneer-JTreas for the year , waa awarded to Geo. F. Pixley , of Martin - tin county , who planted 79 , OG trees , of which 52,755 are reported in healthy growth. The Hon. Geo. L Becker planted 60,000on his farm in Stevaus county. Returns receiv ed , being from flftv counties , show over 1,500,000 trees planted in the State on Arbor Day , May 1 , and over 10,020,000 during the season. One man alone set out 15,411 cut ...

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. — 16 January 1877

TTIEDAILYBEE r. Jmiuary 10 , 1877. BEE Is e ed to subscribers by ccmcr.o anj an r vart of the Uty. every eoninc. . ( Sundays . ' -vt < "D at finoon cents i > er jteek. - ill coiarlainw xbout irregularities , 01 i rrorcr delivery of the paper , if ad' - Ji lo this offlcc. tc'.ll recciro proiojit at- OUAHA DAILY Use hat by fr.r tbi t eirrulatlon both InOmahaandabro&i and cheapest d. u > thcreforf. the best tnetli3H > . DULY BKI will bo limited U at the following rales , pRyubli n adrauce : 5 .W l-cr annum J2.CO per year iJ > T3RTfSIN < Jl KATES ( t ID VKlIar per * < iura ( U of n Inch deep an / < Ut3n tiisrtJUj ) lor one luti Hlou , and fift i u > r * cli subeinent liiKvrUou , per Bquait iU Aflx'erUtcnseuta Inseitnl on contract fo .iu.ufiia cr s jtfir. JI.'M i > cr mouth i * i rp JjJkJ jxr moi'tii fur two Bquartx , an f t fof t ! ' * tqnart. ! . I'tyalJ inouthly. M.-aabIe mlucl on rt ci tljo alKno is nwd ' * pares. . * fcr tha a > lvertisinK I reud...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 18 January 1877

house Lincoln K b S Ml * "i * * TH AHA fc VOL. VI. OMAHA , KEB. , THURSDAY MOKNEST JAmTAKY 18 , 1877. 184. THE DAILY BEE E. BflSEWATER , Editor ind ProprUlor. OFFICE-IXS Farukam. bet. 9th an * VHh-Slt. TKKMS OK SUBSCRIPTION Copy , i year , iti ailvance , ( postpaid ) . . $8.00 " 0 months , in advance . 4. < > " tr"n hF. in advance . 2.110 OMAHA HI3MMJSS DIRECTORY CRACKER MANUFACTORY. McClnre k Smith. 185 Barney-Street , bet llth and 12th. _ deelS-tf JOB PfUNTINU. _ Omaha Bee. IV Farnhani Street. MERCHANT TAILOR. ( } . A. Lindqnest , the Mercnantoilor. . has received a fall assortment of Cloths , Casri- nierfR and Vest in ps. for gpiing and rammer which can be made op in the latest ityle and at reasonable rate : . Satisfaction guaran teed _ ept5 SOAP FACTORY. Premium Soap "Workt. Powell it Co. . utill manufacture their Premium Soap. Flvo Cr.-t premicmtairarded by the Douglas coun ty and State fain , and Pottar itamie connty Iowa. Ordera solicited from the trade. FREDERICK , 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. — 18 January 1877

THEDATLYBEE _ _ _ t " l E. ROSEWATER. EPITOB. ASP PEOPIIIITOB. TO COBRE POXI > K > TS. WCMICOT desire any contributions whatever cf ft literary or poetical character ; and we win not undertake to pref erve. or to re- ratewhatever. . Our trr the f me. tn any rate u.ffis sufficiently large to more than rnp- rlr onr llmit space in that direction. Ore. COCKTBT FBIWDB we will always be pUased-to heir from , on all matters con nected with crop" , country politics , and OB any subject whatever of general Inter est to the people of onr StaU. Any infor- tns , on connected with tbe election , and relating to floods , accidents , etc. . will be gladly received. All such communications hoover , must be brief M possible ; and they must , in all CMOS be written upon n * side cf the iheet only. * ! . „ . . . * All Communication * should be addressed it E. ROSEWATER/Editorand Publisher. Block in the \Pembina governorship Is rapidlv.de- cllnlng. WHEKB , oh where , is Pat. O. Hawea with his bul...

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 1877

\ MEAT MARKETS. * City Meat Market , SHEELY BHCS , I Halm jtbtt 8ett el-im grotcn Borrot $ bonfiti&I , < 9tA , JtoItprtW , BtBDatt Jir.b SHIi tocr. g , RttUifaa : aUt Sriea Oni ja5lrel < Sin flupru3 ? MUtt. t3a , Bro < JOHN LHILL. . No. 484TTourteenth.St- Keeps constantly on hand. Fresli Meats of A.11 "Kinds. Poultry and came of every description. Smoked moats , Hams , Shoulders Ao. . Goods delivered in any part of the city free of cost. Oysters a speciality. Prices reasonable. novZStf U * x xtR > MEAT MARKET Itth Street bet. California and Wtbtttr. We keen on band a large supply of freeb tailed meats. Also a large stock of fine Sugar Cured Hami and Briakfati Baton. At tbe lowest rates. . 'XL ACST & KNCTIJ , nmylily Proprietor PROFESSIONAL CA-D8. G. J. HUNT. AT LAW.-Office 495Thir ATTORNEY . with J. W. T , Richards , janll-tf C. F. MAWDERSON. AT LAV. 242 Farnham 8U ATTORNEY . W. Ji CORNELL. /COUNSELOR AT LAW AND DISTRICT \J Attorney for Second Judicial Dlstriot ,...

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 1877

TITBPAILYBEE Moraine , . JftimnrjIS. . OMAHA DAikY BEE 1 vorved to subscribers by earner , to acr a T part of tbo city , every evening. ( Sundays erpapted ) at fifteen cents per week. All complaints about irregularities. or mproper delivery of the paper , if ad- drct > icd to this office , will receive prompt at tention. let OIUEA. DULY BE ? ha : by far the largest circulation both inOuiaha andabroad tad is therefore , the best and cheapest d- vcrtiiini ; tnediis ) . THB OKABA DAILY Bit will be mailed to sabtcribcM at the following rates , payable iarariablyin advance : W.OO per annum. 4 00 six m on th < Weekly J2.(0 per jtar. RATES , Vo * Dollar p r tnu re (3i ot an inch divp am vi * oolnma itiwidth ) for OD Insertion , and lift ; < wtt for each gnlweqtteul ItitcrUou , per * ijuare Unl AdverUeeuwnts Inserted ou cotitrart fo ; j u-jiitha or a year. S3.UO per mouth ! * : tjiurr.XX per month for two bijuarcs , an | i.9l for tiireo bquiree. Payable monthly. Kemsooable reductio...

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 1877

T H xS DAILY BEE VOL. VI. OMAHA , KEB. , FRIDAY MQKJSTDSTG , JANUARY 19 , 1877. 185. THE DAILY BEE \ E. BOSEWATER , Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE-ISA Farnhan. bet. 9th and lOth-St * . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Copy. year , in advance , ( postpaid ) . . $8.00 " 6 months , in advance. . . . 4.JJJ i months , in advance 2.00 OMAHA ItLMISKNS lUREt/IORY CRACKER MANUFACTORY. McClnre 4 Smith. 185 Barney btreet. bet Uth and 12th. deol5-tf JOB PRINT1NU. Omaha Bee. IIS Farnham Btreet. MERCHANT TAILOK 0. A. Lindqnest. the Merenant allor. has received a full assortment of Cloths. Cas - meres and Vesting * , for sprint and summer which can be made up in the latest style and at reasonable rate * . Satisfaction snaran- teed. ept5 SOAP FACTORY. Premium Soap Works. Powell A Co. . rtill mannfactnre their Premium Soap. Five first rireminmsawarded by the Douglas coun ty and State fain , and Pottar itamie county Iowa. Order * solicited from the trade. . FREDERICK , THE HATTER I Oppos'te Grand Central Hotel. ...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 19 January 1877

t'r THE PAILYBEE E. ROSEWATER. EDITOR AXD PROPunctoa. R09EWA.1ER JUKIORTI COMM.- MKSTSTO HI1XLR. GREAT LTAB MILLER , who swin dled "cores of poor workingmen in Omaha , who sold out his party every time he had a chance , who would swindle his own father If he could gain any .political advantage by it , talks about reform. The only way he ever can reform is by a term of service in the penitentiary. NVv-ewater names from such a source lall flat npon the ears of the public. We came to Omaha when a bny only fifteen years of age , earned our money by hard work , and turned over every dollar of It to help an aged father in his declining health , and began at twenty- one without any resource but our own bands and brains. Miller , on the contrary , after securing his property from his father , has been charged , and not falsely , with faithlessness to his father ; and the time was when Lorin Miller slept and lived under a strange roof , while his son George was living upon the lusury trans- ...

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 1877

MEAT MARKET * . Citv Meat Market SHEtiLY B OS. i5 , Eprf , fiaUftoto. StUflotI unk' SBilb bor StttaalriSf aCI aSt 9rtnt JOHN L. HILL. No. 484 Fourteenth St- , Keeps constantly on hand. of A.11 T ? Inds. Poultry and game of every description. Smoked meats , dams. Shoulders Ac. . Goods delivered in any part of the city free of cost. Oysters a speciality. Prices reasonable. novZStf IT. P. K. . R. MEAT MARKET 1 6th Street bet. California d W brtr. We keep on hand a large supply of fresh salted meats. Also a large stock of fine Sujir Cured Him * * nd Bretkftti E ; o . At the lowest rates. W& . AUST * KNUTH , ciayU ly Proprlet PROFEbblOHAL CA D8. G. eT. HUNT. A TTORNET AT LAW. Office 4MThir- Jteenth street. > ith J. W. T. Richards. janll-tf C. F. MAXDERSOTT , TTORNEY AT LAW. 242 Farnham St. . A Omaha. Nebraska. W. J. CONNELL. COUNSELOR AT LAW AND DISTRICT V/ Attorney for Second Judicial Distriet , Office. Rooms 1 and 2. Jacob's Block. Omaha. Nebraska. PARKE GODWIN A TTORNETt AT I A...

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 1877

l > IS. THEDAILYBEE Mornlnjr , January'IB. 1877. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE U served to snbieribers br carrier , to * ny t IT part of the city , every evening. ( Sunday * twpted ) at fifteen cent * per week. AH complaints about irregularities. Or mproper delivery of the paper , if ad- dre ed to this office , will receive prompt at tention. tn OMAHA DATLT BK has by far the Urrert circulation both inOmaha and abroad and It therefore , the best and cheapest ad vertizing mediim. THI OMAHA DAIIT BK wilt be mailed to isbscribers at the following rates , payable Invariably in advance : W.OO per annum. t ( V > six months Weekly f 2.CO per year. ADVERTISING BATES J5Sffi5 Sfig . .nU for each eubwqucnt taBerUon , per squire. OarJ AdvertUementa InBertod on oonrraci lor - $3. per month per per month for two square * , and .Quarr . Payable monthly. l2cUon from the above i made rtm ym-nt ' < > ' the lvertUta U reodend ulrujce. Advertisfmenta each s. For Sale. ji rorBent ihutlow Wanted , Lost ...

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 1877

'b bousn.LtoColn lAiQbert 3 .GKC T/CLCJS . 'ess T- THE BEE. -ffi. -3 ' t S' ' . " YOL. YI. OMAHA , NEB. , SATURDAY JANTCTAHY 20 , 1877. 186. THE DAELYBEE E. B08EWATEB , Editor cad Proprltter. . 6et. 9ti mi IOtX- & . TERMS OF BtrBSCSIPnON Copy , i year. In adTance , ( postpaid ) . . $8.00 months , in advance 4.0I " < months. In advance. . . 2.00 OMAHA BUS KSS DIRECTORY CRACKER MANUFACTORY. McClnre & Smith , 185 Harney Street , bet Uth and 12th. deol5-tf JOB _ Omaha Bee. 138 Farnham Street. MERCHANT TAILOK U. A. LIndqnest. the Merenantallor.hM received a full assortment of Cloths , Cassi- raereg and Vestlngs. for spring and rammer which can be made tip in tne latest style and at reasonable rates. Satisfaction inaran- septS SOAP FACTORY. Premium Bosp Works. Powell it Co. , still manufacture their Premlnra Eoap. Fire first preminmBawarded by the Douglas coun ty and State fairs , and Potta * atamle county I nra. _ Orderg solioited from tha trad * . FREDERICK , THE HATTER i OF ...

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 1877

THEDAILYBEB K. rtOSEWATER. Er.rra i" > P OPWETO . TO CORRESPONDENTS. "of literary or poetical character : and we will not undertake to rreierve. or to re- _ _ wjerye the same. In any cate whatever. Our " "EUffis ( ufficiently large to raoTffliin sup ply our limited space in that direction. POLITICAL. AHKOVKCIMCKTS of candidates for office whether made by self or friends , and whether * ! notices or communications to the Editor , are ( until nominations are made simply personal , and will be charged as advertiiemenUt HKAL NAME or WRITKB , in full , must in each mod every cace accompany any common * ottion of what nature soever. This is not intended for publication , bnt for our own tatitfacUon and as proof of good faith. OPE COCRT T FBIKXDS we will alwus be pleased to hear from , on all matters con nected with crops , country politio. ant on any subject whatever of general inter- tit to the reeple of our EtaU. Any information mation connected with the election , am relating to flo...

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 1877

-StJKDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT , Bible Keuon. . S. rA&DK. , LESSON in. I January 21.1877. 1st Kings , 16:3.M4. | Kingdom of Iiiatl. OMBI AND ATTAB. TIME B. C. 929-918. PJLA.CE Kingdom of Israel ; chiefly in Samaria , the capital. ClROUM- .BTANCES Asa was King of Judah. * Jeliu , son of Hauani , was a prophet of Judah. Elijah and Mioaiah were prophets of Israel. CONNECTING LINK. - -Forty-els years intervened be tween the events of the last lesson and those in the beginning of this. Jeroboam reigned twenty-two years , during the latter part of which , Asa. the grandson ot Keho > -boain , came to the throne ot Judah and reigned forty-one years. During all hif. reigo Israel was in a moat unsettled state , and there were lour different dynasties Jeroboam's , Baasha's , „ Zonri's and Omri's. Much of the time there was war be. tween Judah an d Israel. Jeroboam changed his capital from Hhechem -to Tluzah. 1 Kings , 14:17. : EXPLANATORY. Verse 23. "Itiirty-firat year of Asa. " This was 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. — 20 January 1877

TTEDEDAILTBEB Ktardi y Jtornlnp January 20. THE I * served to subi enters by carrier. Co anj HT Prt of the city.eveiTeTenins. ( Sunday ! zceptod ) at fifteen cento per week. All complaints about irregularities , or mrropor dellrery of the paper , if addressed - dressed to this office , will receive prompt at teatloTj. THI OKAEA. DAILT B hu by far tht largest circulation both inOmzha and abroad 2nd I * therefore , the best and cheapest ad- Tertifing medias. ts * OVAHA DAILT B will be mailed to iibscriben at the following rates , payable invariably in adrance : 88.00 per annum. 4 00 sir month * Weekly 12.00 per year. XXAXLTY" ADVERTISING RATES. Due Dollar per rocare ( ] of an Inch deep ant > ne oolomn In wUlh ) for one Insertion , and fift ; atcta for each Bub qoent Insertiou , i < r square Can ) AdvertiMmenu loacrted on contract fci i month * or a year. $3.00 per month pei vquare00 per month for two squares , anc S&.V ) tor three iguana. Payable monthly. Tieuonable redactio...

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 1877

THE MAHA SIXTH YEAB. OMAHA , NEB. , MONDAY , JANUAEY 22. 187T. DAILY EDITION. NO. 187. the Battle Ground. Wk&t the Indopendest * Did to JLeklere a Yictsrv for Bight and to Occulon lae Downfall of Corrnptlom. Lincoln , Janu o 18. The Com mercial is qui'-t to-night. In fact the entire city c. y actcif nomrthlng had paralyzed itsmotiTe power , The voice of rejoicing no longar heard. Neither do tue wuls of the defeated rise audibly to the ears so long ued to the jarcon of many voices rejoicing or wailing in pros pective success or defeat. TheB & M. extra last night , conveyed the noisy boy to tbeir respective homes and the regular trains of to-day dis tributed the remaining men "who were ealled by business" to the cap ital , along the various lines of rail road from Nebraska City to jNorth andOgallala. The statesmen , too , took their departure to-day , and left tilent the onto thronging hall of the old capitol building. The few remaining representa tives of tha Press and one or...

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 1877

THE OMAHA DAIU BEE : JANUARY 22,1877. Eight Pages. THE OMAHA BEE. THE PKICE OF DOHA'S GOLD ! BT 8. ANMk : i'BuBT. If you had half tbe ap'rit of a man , you would go too ! " : Poor John Baynor had heard thi ? so often in the last two weeks that at last , he was roused to answer. "See hero , Don. , " he said , pulling his wile down upon his knee , and holding her fast , "do you mean that ? You have said it about fifty timed since this expedition wan talked about , now tell me if you want me to go. " Dead silence on the part of Dora. "I have been working hard for five years to oiea > - off the * n < r'K gtj upon the an that I might have n home for you , " rnnt'iiued John , earnestly , "and it is mine novr , clear of debt. We are not rich , but I am strong and not ? .f aid of wort , and you have been brought up a farmer's daughter , and know the dutiesota farmir'n wife Sixmonthn ago you were happy aa a bird , my Lride and darling , but now" ' "Now " Dora ' I , interrupted , sej an...

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 1877

V THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JANUARY22 , 1877-Eight Pages. HONEY FOR THE LADIES. A Danbury girl says a frosty mue tache is just like H p'ate of ice-cream "What would you do , madam , 1 ? ' " "Sir you were a gentleman what would vou do if you wen one ? " Whenever a lot of men underlain to crowd women out of a legitimati calling they make St. Paul respon sible for it. fcweet things in compliments Totty ( archly ) "And ycu'ye nevei been in love before ? Astonishing ! ' Horace "Oh , no. It would hav < been astonishing if 1 hd. since ] hare never seen you before ! " "P , " asked an up-town boy "what is meant by Paradise ? ' "Paradise , my eon , " replied the father , glfiomily. "Paradise is th latter part of n xt summer , when your mother goes on a visit to youi grandfather. " It ia sad to rt llect that the young woman who vas this Christina * working a gr e i bull-dog on hej Charles Henry d , jiuk slippers , maj be working a t > i e basement to hi * black pants next Clmstmaa. Sucli Jil...

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. — 22 January 1877

THE OMAHA DAID BEE : JANUARY 22,1877-Eight Pages. THE'DAILYBEE E. ftOSHWATER. EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR TO r Wi DO HOT dciire any contributions irbatere : Kof a literary or poetical character : andwi will not undertake to preserre , or to re icrre the sumo , in any case whatever. On : Staff is sufficiently large to more than tup ply our limited apace in that direction. rOLITJCAL. AXNOCXCKHKXTB of candidatei ( or office- whethcr ma Jo by self or friendi , anc whether at notices or communicationi t < the Kditor. are ( until nominations ari made dimply personal , and will bccharcec u advertiiemnntx. DUB ConsTET FRIPND ? we will always ; b ( pleased to hear frum. on nil matters con nected with crop . country politics , anc on any subject whatever of general inter est to the I eeple of our Suite. Any information mation connected inih the election , anc relating to floods , accident , etc. . will b gladly received. All tuch commun'cation however , must be brief as poible ; am they must , i...

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. — 22 January 1877

THE OMAHA DAIU BEE : JANUARY 22,1877-Eight Pages. I THE'DAILYBE ] E. aOSEWATER. EDITOR ASD PROPRIETY TO r Ws BO soi desire any contributions whxtei of literary or poetical character : and will not undertake to praierre , or to i serve the same. in any case whatever. 0 Staff is sufficiently large to more than et ply our limited space in that direction. POLITICAL. AXNOUXCEHEXTS of candidates ( or offici whether made by self or friendi. a ; whether at notices or communication ! the Editor , are ( until nominations : made f imply personal , and will be chare u adrerttiemnnta. OOK COOMET FRIFND ? we will always ' , pleased to hear from , on all matters co neeted with crop . country politics , a : on any subject whatever of general inti et to the ] eeiile of our Suite. Any infr mation connected \-tl\i \ the election , * i relating to floods , accident .etc. . will gladly received , All uch commun'catio however , must be brief a ; possible ; ai they must , in all cases be written ut > i...

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. — 22 January 1877

THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JANUARY 22 , 1877-Eight Pages. . r A.XECDOTES 0TAKDERBILT. Sote ! Tbwlovr Wed' > Interast- I hid known the commodore for I suppose 50 years , but it was only with in the last 25 years that our relations " , - assumed * character of intimacy and friendship. I was to have been one of the family party who made the tour of the world in the Hteam-yacht had not at . -.that particular moment political and Journalistic business of an urgent char acter detained me here. He did not love Albany and seldom cared to visit it , and thongh a man who when neces sity demanded was ready to accept the situation , the corruption which reigned And ruled at the state capital of late jearb was very forbidding to him. But at Saratoga we met every summer and had long talks together over men and things. Asan amusing instance ofhisobsti- nancy in adhering to any habit as well as opinion he once formed , I may men tion that when the fashion of falls to pants came in and the old flaps w...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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