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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 22 January 1877

THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JANUARY 22 , 1877-Eight Pages. THE VAILED LADY. AH Evansvillc Womna Who Prom ised to Appear After Death nnd Kept Her Word A KallnbleOIiost lory. From the Ev nsville Journal. Hince the account of the Baushee warinugtuat attended the death ? in an Evaiirfville family was published In the Journal , a highly intelligent Citizen has furniahed rs with the facto regarding apparitions that were twice sean in a dwelling in the Buburbs of this city. We are not & * liberty to give true names or to lo cate the house , but the Rtory is vouched for by our informant , who IB well acquainted with all the par ties concerned About eighteen years ago there Jived with her relatives , an uncle and aunt , in this city , a Miss Harris , who was young and amiable , and was engaged to be married. She bad a very intimate friend some years older than herself , Mrs Cook and tbe two had often amused atn Instructed themselves with inquiry Into supernatural subjects , so-called and , amo...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 22 January 1877

THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JANUARY 22,1877.-Eight Pages. 6 MEAT MARKET * . City Meat Market , IHIELY BV.OS , H " BH wafrlW k BU * m * > * . Pie * JOHNL-HHX * BTJTO 131 IE : R > . Ho. 484 Fourteenth. St- JCM of JL11 Poultry and raime ef every des ri tie . Smoked metis. Hams , Sheulders ie. . Goods delivered in any paetef tke tr free of ost. Oyster * ft sociality. Pneei r aso aMe. _ nev2Stf _ TT.P. R.R. MEAT MARKET I6th Stretl bet. CelHeralt and W.b Ur. We keep on hand a large supply of fresh salted meats. Al a lane * stock of fin * S gar Cirod Hsm > sad Breikfsst At tbe lowest rates. WJi. AWT * KKOTH , m&yli ly Proprietors. V HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. GEfflAL HOTEL , OMJLSA NEBRASKA. Tie Urr t and Vert hotel between OUea- CO and Ban FrancU o Opened new Se > t ml > flr 30 , JCT. jerfOtf 6BO. THRALL. Proorietar. THE METROPOLITAN OXABA NXBBASXA. VAN NAMEE , Jr. , . . .Prepri ior. Th Metropolitai Hotel U eontrally lo cated , and u flrst-jlais in eTery reipeej , harini reoentl...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 22 January 1877

8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : JANUARY 22 , 1877-Eight Pages. THE DAILY BEE Jfondny Horninc , January 22. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE l terred to subscribers by earner , to any * H7 part of the city , every evening , ( Sundays jeeptod ) ut fifteen cents per week. All complaints about irregularities , or jnproper delivery of the paper , if ad- drewed to this oQce. will receive prompt at- toition. IHB OMAHA DAILT BBC has fey far the largest circulation both inOmaha and abroad and IM therefore , the best and cheapest ad- rertiting medium. THE OMAHA DAILY BEX wili be mailed to jabieribew at the following rates , payable Invariably in advance : $8.00 per annum. i no iz months Weekly f2.CO per year ADVERTISING KATES , One Dollar per aqnare ( J of au inch deep anC i o column In width ) for one Insertion , and fifti MQta for each subsequent Insertion , per equaro C rdAcl > ertlsement8 Inserted on 'contract foi 'months or a year. $3.00 per month po : mure.J5.00 per mouth for two * 1 f < * , aui ! . U...

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. — 23 January 1877

/ < / - , . . . * it * X"L VOL. VL OMAHA , OTBB. , TUESDAY MOHNESTa , JANTJART 23 , 1877. ° 187. THE DAILTBEE E. ROSEWATER , Editor and Propnelor. OFFICER-IS * Faniliam. let. 9(7. ( and IQth'SU. OF SUBSCRIPTION Coijr jcar. in advance , ( postpaid ) . . KM C months , in adr&nce . 4.UI J month ? . in advance . O.UA1LV hLhlJSias DIltEUIOBI CRACKER MNUF.&RY. K Wuro & Smith. 185 HanS > Street , bet , lltli and 12th. _ deolS-tf JOB PRINTINU. . . Omaha Bee. 138 Farnbam Street. _ MEIICHANTTAILOh. U. A. Lindouest. the Mcreoant _ aTIor , baa recciwl a full assortment of Cloths. Cassi- mereg and Vcetings , for erring and summer which can lie made up in the latest style and at reasonable ratoj. Satisfaction guaran teed. fonts SOAP FACTORY. i Premium Poai > Works. Powell & Co. . etill \ mannfactnra their Premium Soap. Five tint preminmaawardcd by the Douglas coun ty and btate fain , and Pottar itamle county I owa. Orders Solicited from the trade. FREDERICK , THE HATTER t...

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. — 23 January 1877

THEDAILYBEB K..ftOSEWATEBEDITOB ASP PBorBirroR TO COBR- ' contribution * whatever ff DO soi dec ire any * character : of literary or poetical not undertake to preserve or lore- will . Our , erve the nine. In any whatever. large tomore than ni > Staff is sufficiently in that direction. d . Ply onr Um * .pace POLITICAL. A59owcnwt8 of candidate * ( or ; offiee- wbether mad. by f elf or ft adl- * i to whether. , notices or communication nominations > rr r , are ( until l. .nd will be charged to hear from , on all maters connected Pleaded politic. , and country , nected with crop' subject whatever of general nter- ou any t to the peei'lo of OM Stat ' Any lnf , and couTec.c-1 . with the election , mation nlatingto floods , accident' , etc. . w , be Sadly rUiveJ. All .uch communication , iUeTcr. must be brief as possible ; and tieymust. in mil case , b written upon no tide of the theet only. Rsil NAKK 0 ? WRITES , in full , must in each . wmmnn. snd ever > ewe acrompany any ration...

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. — 23 January 1877

/ X7 Keep up the Condition of your Stock 1 lironjjh tbo Winter. .Remember tbat every shock of corn fodaer , every ton of hay or straw fed to a ateer or other growing animal that is allowed to run dowu In the winter , 13 a dead loss ; while , if yr > u addauequal amount in value of more uutrilious food , the growth of the animal will pay a lair price for the whole. A pis veifbing , say fifty pounds In the fall , fed live or six bushels of corn to keep it through the winter , will be as light in the spring ; is when the winter feeding began ; and so the corn consumed is a clear lo sand - ; and worse , because the pig has per haps got into an unthrifty Imbit that renders It absolutely of less value at the end of the winter's feeding than it was when we began. But double the feed would have trebled its weight , and given us a thnfty pig to put on our clover , or perhaps a fat one for the spring market , making a satisfactory profit for the feed and care. So with a steer , or other yo...

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. — 23 January 1877

THE DAILYf : , . -f J HJJtorulng , Jniniarjr 23. f BREVITIES. - Get your Job printing done at tdo BKE office. | Masks and trimmings , tbe } largest assortment , at Max Meyer & Co.'s. The Omaha City Baud , Prof. Hoflman , leader , celebrated its fourth -anniversary at Turner Hall " Sunday evening. A large number of the members of the Legislature , who spent Suu- < iay at Omaha , returned to Lincoln yesterday afternoon. r r Sunday was a most beautiful day , and the streets resounded with fbe merry jingle of the sleigh-bells from morning till night. Luther Drake , of the State Bai.k , had one of his legs badly mashed in a collision Saturday evening while coasting down Har uey btreet bill. Live hoes are now bringing from S5.25 to $5.75 per 100 pounds in this market. They are not coming in very fast at present J. E. J5oyd has killed TO 000 so far this season. LOST. Petition to Legislature , si' np J by veral prominent citizens of this place. Finder please leave at this office , po...

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. — 23 January 1877

LEGMSLATIYE. The Gibbon Normal School Bill Passes the House. The Geological Survey A lively Discussion Passage of the BUI in .Committee of the Y/hole , but Probable failure on its Final Passage- Aii , " Indiscreet Professor Gibson's Reform Scliool IHH. Gorrerpondtnctcf The Jlee. Housu OP REPREBEXTIVES , 1 - LINCOLN , February 7. j The morning was Lpcut in listen ing to reports of committees , and the passing of a few billa amenda tory of the civil code. TUB NORMAL fcCHOOL BILL came up ou final passage , and re ceived forty even votes. I under stand tbat the bill has many warm friends in the Senate , nnd if it paseea that body , Gibbon will have a normal school. The frieuds of the bill are very bauguiuti of its passing the Senate all right. The House then went into com mittee of the whole on the bill providing - viding for a GEOLOGICAL SURVEY ot the State. ' 'The diecut. iou over this bill was long and spirited. Northrup thundered and Wolfe howled. The former could not rest easy unti...

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. — 23 January 1877

r i -'I. ' t 1 . Proposed Excursion to Topzka Chaplain Alexander Eeaiens. Kcnnard Gets That Indian land Appointment * pointment WantH to Nit Till 8lxtM nlu. . T nssecl and tljjneci. CorrffirUnce of TheBtf. SENATE CHAMBER , LINCOLN. Fobuary Tt ia said that the A. & N. rail road haa offered to place a special train at the disposal of the member * of the Lgi.-lature to take au excur sion to Tcpeka , Kanoaa. In con versation with u numter of Senators I find them uiHj.o : d to accept the profler. Chanlaln Alexander resigned his pobition In the i euittritiary some w-eekf eiuce , and will sever hia con nection March 1st , BO that the edi tor labora under a mistake in sup posing that he is Interested in the bill for increase of salary. The"blll comes from Senator "Biancbard , and disposes of the office of librarian , who now gets $400 and his hoard , which , with the salary ol the chap lain , 1300 , ranker 5700 and one man's * oaid , with no regular teach er at present. The measure in q...

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. — 23 January 1877

5 TB'EOMAHA UERMS OF WEEKLY BEE : One copy , ono year , in advance * 2 CO " " six months , * - - 1 00 * " thrco ' * * . . . _ _ . _ . . _ . . . 0 C. KOStttATEH. Kitor and PrcDflctor. PCJ.T. is now ready for a high joint comrnt Ion. ST. AUGCSTLSK , Florida , is the oldrat HcttlemeuLin Ameiics , HOM-- cvcr , tbatcio8 not eccm to alter the fact flint despite its ajro its presi dential electoral muddle Biill re mains uiiBettletl. Iff the conclusion arrived ut by the hifju joint rbitratore is to go behind the returns of the d sputed Htates , the probabilities arc there will be no decision of the Preaidcn tJal content by the 4th of March and tiis would make Ferry Pre i dent until another election is held next IN o vein her. UHAKI.ES O'COKOK'S personal aj pearaiice before the high court of arbitration is described by the Washington corns poudeut of the Chicago Inter- Ocean as a little dried up old man , \\ha looks lik the pic- turea of Stephen Girard He has un Irifch face , v.'tiite hair ,...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 23 January 1877

THE OMAHA BEE HOWE. And Hi ? Legislative Invesiiqa- ThfEemainder of the Testimony : Up to Date. | 1 Seth T. Cole , Cicero L. Bristol , Jas. I I K. Porter , and the Kespondent ' oil ( lie Stand. IIo > ve'B posed. Second naj'H Lincoln , Neb. jRouary , 3 , 1S77. Ihe committto met at 9:30 R in. , all tbe members prefccut , Mr. Howe and bis counsel , and Mr. Rosewatei and his counsel. Gen. Eslabrook suggested the propriety of feuding n subpoena for Mr. Lett of Brownville , to which the canirmau responded that a sub- pojua would be tent. Gen. Estabrook. I now propobe to ask Mr.Rosawaler to proceed with the narrative he was giving yesterday when interrupted by HIP adjournment. Mr. Tburtlou. Wo object to bid giving that testimony to-day. ( Jen. Estabrook. I v isb to have him Blste what Mr. Cowiu , the at torney for Mr , Howe iu this case , taid to thcto several witnesses at different time * , at different places , and under difierojil circumstances , what Mr. Howe eaid in regard to this ...

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. — 2 April 1877

f T . 2-T % ; -WTXrJ. * / - THE OMAHA DAILY VOL. YI. OMAHA , NEB. , MONDAY MORNING , APRIL 2 , 1877. O THE DAILYBEl E. ROSEWATCft , Ediior and Proprietor. OFFWE-I3& FarnJiam , bet. TERS1S OF SUBSCRIPTION / . i rear , in advance , ( postpaid ; . . S8. 5 wontht. in advance. . . . . 4. . umnttiF. m adrancei. 2. HATTERS. " FREDERICK ; . , THE HATTEI OF OMA.HLA. , 'Opposite ' Grand Central Hote denfi-fm DRY GOODS. 70 THE PEOPLE -UF- Omaha and Nebraska You hare given ine a chance and I hav made money , now I am coine togivoio one. I Kill sell Dry Goofls , end Shoe only one month morn , to the Isc day "a April , I sell at and under ccst. ma25 | OMAHA BUSINCSa DIRECTORY. JOS Omahs Bo. . 1S3 Varnham Street. MERCHANT TAILOR. U. A. Lindu jost. the Merchant Tailor , ha received a . fo' j assortment of Clothg. Cassi mh-re\ , i ' " ' ' " "K" . % spring and snmrnt at raw \ ? ? Av.o ? mail0 rate * np . 'P. Satisfaction the Iat0t style gnaran ta < Ml- Bept _ SCAP FACTORY. P. rcmiarn Soap \Vor...

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. — 2 April 1877

THBDATLYBEB f. . ROSEWATER. EDITOB AXD PROPRIBTOB. TO CORRESPONDENTS. IVuooKorderire any contributions whatever of a , literary or poetical character ; indwe trill not undertake to preserve , or to re serve the tame. In any cafevwhateTer/Oor Staff is sufficiently large to more than sup ply oar limited trace in that direction. Ocx CdCKisT FBIWDS we will always be pleased to hear from , on all matters eon- uectedwUh'crop * . country politics , and _ on any euhj eot whatever of general Inter est to the pceple of our EtaU. Any information mation .connected with the elecUon , and relating to floods , accident * , eta. , will be gladly received. AH ruch communications towovcr. must b fcrief a * possible ; and tioy must , in all CMC * to written upon * ne side of the sheet Only. AjfKCtntcnntxra of candidates for ofiee whether made by self er friends , and whether as notices or communications.to the Editor , are ( until nominations are mad * ( imply personal , and will be charged as adverti...

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. — 2 April 1877

je 2. JR OMAHA BEE. TOM How He Won a Price Bible at Han. day School. BY MJLBK TWAIX. fcabbath-school hours were from 9 until half-past 10 ; and then church service. Two of the children always remained for the sermon voluntarily aud the others tlways remained too for stronger reasons. The church's high - backed - uncushioned peva would seat about 300 persons ; the edifice was but a email , plain affair , with a sort of pine-board tree box on it for a Pteeple. At the door Toin dropped back a atep and accost ed a Sunday-dressed comrade : "Say , Billy , got a yaller ticket ? " "Yea. " "What'll you take for her ? " "Wbal'U " you give ? "Piece of lickerish and a fish hook. " "Leas see 'am. " Tom exhibited. They were satis factory and the 'property chauEed. hands- Then Tom traded a couple of white alleys for three red ticketa and some mfle or other for a couple of blue ones. He waylaid other aa they came , aud went on tickets of various colon ten at fifteen minutes longer. He en tered the ...

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. — 2 April 1877

THBDAILYBEB t r 2Ion < l y 3Iormnjr. ApHI 3 , 1S77 jrj B INTrBtSIIM. M fcCKLH > Y. LATET- SOKIT4RT AMI COMUXBCIAL BKrURTB. BAIL ? POAD AS.D posmrncK HUB-TABLES , sis Tlllhl ) PACK. X TKKEI : J.lpcllon : Tucsilny. April 3 , 1S77. For Mayor. REUBEN H. WILBUB. Fcr Police Judge , . , laOSTAV ANDERSON. For Treasurer. JOHN O. JACOBS. Ffr Marshal. " * JOHN H. BUTLEIl. Fur Coiinclltnm. First Ward , li. G. JENKfiNBON. Second Ward , C. J. KARBACH. Third Ward , - CHARLES BANCKEB. Fourth > \ard , * . W. GRAY , ( long lerm ) . GKO. H. JbOGGti , ( Bhort term ) . Fittb Ward. J.J.JBP/oW'N. Biith 'Ward , S. K. TAFT. .numbers of Beard of Eduratloii First Ward , UEORGE WIMCINB. Second "Wnrd , C. AY. HAMILTON. Tmrd Ward , DA.NIEL 8ULLIVANlong ( term ) . J. J. POEST8 , ( ebort term ) . Fourth Ward , \V. J. BROATCH. Fifth Ward , ROBERT McrOAJNELL. Sixth Ward , THOSLdfcJ J. STALEY. Groceries , JruifH , A-c. , &c. 7hc FINEST fdocttd Mock in ( ht cify , and sold Wholesale and Retail , at FoKam ...

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. — 3 April 1877

1a f r a Jfc _ , _ - - - " 5 Ty-r y - tn- L ± r- - - - rs - < . * JfcI OMAHS * * fc'j < a * * j j VOL. VI. OMAHA , NEB. , TUESDAY MORN1KG , APRIL 3 , 1877. TEDS DAILY BE ! E. DOSEWATER , Editor and Proprietor arnham. bet. 9th and 1QO- S -TKHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION " " " 1 Copy.i Tr. . In advance , ( postpaid ) . . 8 C niiththg. in advance 4 3 months , in advance 2 HATTERS. - * FREDERICK . , THE HATTEI OF Opposite Grand Central Hote f T DRY GOODS. TO THE PEOPLE -OF- Om&ha and Nebraska Yon bare given me a chance and I hai tna.de money , now I ain going to give jc one. I will sell Dry Goods , Boots end Shot only , one month more , to the let day < April , I sell at and under cost. HAMLET DRUM- OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOB PRINTINU. Omabu Bee. 138 Farnham Street. MERCHANT TAILOR. U. A. Lindquest , the Mercnant 1'ailor.hs ( received a full assortment of Cloths , Cusl meres and Veatinss. for sprint and rammc which can be made up in the latest ftyle an t reasonable rates. Satisfac...

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. — 3 April 1877

THEDAILTBEE K. B08EWATKR. EDTTOK ASP PBOr rrro . TO COKRESPOJfnENTS. W * o XGT desire any contributions whatever of a literary or poetical character ; and we will not undertake to preserve , ortore- erve the earn * , in any cse whatever.'Our Staff h sufficiently larga to more than TOP- ply onr limited space imthat direction. " rouncAi. AjnrotnrcmfXKTS of candidates for office whether made by nit or friends , and whether * * notiies or communications tc the Editor , we ( until nominations are ma4e simply personal , and will be charged fcs advertisements. "REAL Hi.m or WRITSB , in ( nil. must in * ch od every case accompany any cotnmttn cation of what nature soever. This is not intended for publlestion. but for our own ttticfaction and as proof of good faith. Ail Communications ehonld be ft droued , to B. RQSKWATER. "Editor and PoblUher. AB between Pat Casey and Jim Htevenson , the Herald is for George M. Mills. * THE Democratic city ticket ought to be defeated , and there is ro donbt...

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. — 3 April 1877

n"j DogKft-bay fruifrHrees from1 the extravagantly colored , pictures ehownhy the traveling agents. * ' { Priming must be. done before or wait till after the sap flowB.j. Use wax or paint to cover large.wounds. Cows should be dried off from four to six weeks before calving. Give them generous food of moist hay , but little grain. Bee that plows , harrows , corn- markers , corn-planters , seeders , singletrees - gletrees , harness , and evwrything needed in putting in crops , are in. perfect repair. i Let the boys , * hen home from school on Saturdays , " ' builrt neat houses for martensblaebirda and wrens , and put thein up'about the bouses , barns and fruit yards. " Hot beds can be made early next Snonth for tomatoes"cabbages ! , pep pers , egg-plants , etc.-They areeim- ple and easy of construction , and anyone can have them. Germany has established dairy echoolefor girls , giving practical in struction in the business , which has been followed by a marked improvement - provement ...

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. — 3 April 1877

t * * „ * . Morning , April 3 , 1877 IKTERE8TI.VO MIECKLLAKT. ULTSI- \IOKETAEY AND COVMESC1AL XETOBT8 , KAI1I BOAD AKD ruSTOmCZ TIMr-TABLIS. BZ1 TKIBD THE OMAHA BAU.Y BEE Ii itrrBd to enhacnbcra by carrier , to anj vsj I > irt of tb city. ery evening , ( BoncUn ic-erted ) at fifteen cents per tretk. AH complaints about IrregnUritie * . 01 improper delivery of the paper , if ad- drwed to tii ome * . Trill receive prompt * t Untion. TEX OVASA. DAILT BH bu by far thi iarsett cirenUtion both inOmaha and abroac &ad ia therefore , the be t and cheapest ad- vtrtiring inedinm. JTKi OKAEA DAILT BCE will be mailed U uissribers at the following rates , p&yabli Inrsriably la advance : 88.00 p r annnm < COeiztnc-iUx Wccil5K. ) p r year. RATE * ! , Xn DclUr per quire ( X of an Inch deep aut H > oolnam In width ) for one Insertion , and fifl ; - dU for ecb ubsquent laMrtlon , per nquarp Card AdveztiaementB Inserted on contract f 01 C months or year. J3.00 per month rci Kiure , $5J...

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. — 5 April 1877

r x V _ ' V wi < ik. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE VOL. YI. OMAHA , NEB. , THURSDAY MORNING , APRIL 5 , 1877. It/ THE DAILY BE E. HOSEWATER , Editor and Proprieto 0/7YC&-13S FanJiam. 6 t. 9lk ondWXA- TEKJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION I Copy , i year. In iirtrance , ( postpaid ) . 0 monthi ) . in advance * * 3 months , in advance . DRY GOODS. S.P. SZOKSE. Ury Goots1 Boots Having purchased the bus'ness lately c ducted by IIAJIL7T OKUM. 'V ' I beg to mil the attention of the public my larg * > and carefully ee ectcdBlock. Ill ing purchased the old stock at a redui rate and my now stock belne carefully lected in New York Markets I can ol goods at nrices never before equalled Omaha. My motto is "Far dealing a one price only. " aprf-lm OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOB PRINTING. Omaha Dec. 134 Farnhain Street. MERCHANT TAILOR. U. A. LindauOEt. tbo ilercnant Jailor , b received a. full assortment of Cloths. Cat mcrcs and Vestincs. for spring and sumn : which can bo made np in tne latest itjle a at reason...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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