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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Omaha daily bee. — 14 March 1878

- ' " ' ' ' * &nil > * VF - - " - ' < % 7 > jgfr'- . \ - ffpStf jCiiiS . ' II lZZ-ir' * ' * * - * - ' > - ' " " ' ' ' * ' rt'stsJ ? - f. fE " " * ' ' | - * 4 ; TV * ' ' -S' < t * * - ' < * ; ; | , _ _ _ tL- . _ _ _ WSsHte sr v-- * < v- * - * . : ; r y5 vv 4 ; 5 > ; r v , THE OMAHA DAILY VOL. VII. OMAHA , NEB. , THURSDAY MORNINGMARCff ! 14 , 1878. NO. 232. TELEGRAPHIC , VERY LATEST. SENATE PROCEEDINGS. Washington , March 13 Mr. Mer rimon introduced a bill to'provide for and regulate counting of votes for president and vice president , and decisions or questions arising there on. .Referred to a special commit tee. Mr. Merrimon expressed the hope tbat a report would Boon be made , as four mouth ? of the session had passed and action should ba had upon the matter soon. Mr. Kellogg Introduced a bili to aid tbe New Orleans and Pacific railroad company. Referred. Also to establish a mint at New Orleans , authorizing coinage of gold and silver thereat , and makin...

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 March 1878

\DAILYBEE \ Editor. BENATOK-PADDOOKis Bald to be patting on his war paint in the fight over the Wyoming Rovernorahip , but we fear be la trying to buck his head against a solid wall. Mr. ITayes is such an amiably stubborn man. OMAHA is moving to secure a branch mint Her citizens have .forgotten George Francis Train. tChicago'Post. .Not at all. 'Ihe memory of the great American Dictator is still green in the hearts of the Omahor ribles. * - * races and religions are the corses of nil nations , and how much woree for our own where political power Is In the hands of all. { .Omaha Herald. What religion do you propose to establish in this country ? Shall TV e all join the Church of Englander or that of Brlgham Young ? SENATOR PLUMB , of Kansas , doe ? not seem to carry the convincing force of a Demosthenes in his speeches. Mr. Plumb spoke in hie most fervid style of border State eloquence 'azainet the bi I for the relief of ex-Burgeon-General Hammond mend , [ and -without a rejoiudei fro...

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 March 1878

Rheumatism , neuralgia , Braspin and bruises will be relieved by Uncle Ham's Nerve ani Bone Liniment , Bold by all ists.octlS cod&wly JDK. WINOHELL'b TJKETHING BYEDf is a Bafe and Bare Eemedy tor Diarrhoea , Dysentery and Chil dren's Complaints generally ; it should be in every house where there arc Uhildren.Mothers give it a Trial. A well-spring of pleasure Is a healthy baby ; keep your baby in Kood health by using Dr. Bull's Baby Byrup , the friend of Infancy , j Price 25 cents. Uncle Barn's Harness Oil fills and cloees the pores of leather , effectually - ly preventing the en trance of damp ness , dust , &c. and rendering the harness soft and pliable , while at the earne time increasing its durability , octl3eon&wly Distempers , coughs , oolrts , fevers and most of the diseases which horses , cattle , sheep , hogsnnd poult ry are subject to are readily over come and cured by using Uncle Sam'i Condition Powder according i to the plain directions. Sold by all Druggists....

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 March 1878

Thursday MorBinjrTMarch 14 , 1878 Welf & McDonald , Importers and Manufacturers of Cloaks and Suits , 250 Farnham street seplS tf Bead J. B. French & Go's new price list in another column. nSOtf BREVITIES. . . < V V Lehman reopened,178Farnham. Grand lima De Mureba conceit this evening. T. C. BRUnNER sells the BEST Groceries as low as the lowest. 12-21 The " \YalhalIa" ia being im proved by having the lower story rebuilt with brick. St. Joe IB ahead of Omaha , as it has a Mint. It ia a saloon by that name , and Is coining money. Six carloads of immigrants came in from the East yesterday to eettle in Nebraska. lima De Mureka concert at the Academy of Music this even ing. Beserve your etata at * Max Meyer's music store. The Union Pacific , owing to the snow blockade , has nm short of rolIinE stock. An express car was used Tor a postal oar on the train that left for the West yesterday. The railroad boys are now jok ing Jake Markel for trading off a horse tor bologna sausage. ...

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 June 1878

\ - - / < : - A / if * ' fr GIIUNIiS OF NEWS. Coukling Saves tHe Tail of the Silver Commission Kite from * Burial in the Waste - Basket. J31oquent , jpefense.ofEsGov Fpnton by the New York -Statesman. -Rumors of Changes in .the Man- 'v-ageinent of the C. B. & Q. Capture , of the Cincinnati. Stiff TMeves.and Other Matters. - FENTON CONFIRMED. KAVKII HV rONKUNrt. AV.iMiiMJTON , Juno 18.TJioihost esJraonlinarj"cceculivo : "session oflHo X'liato 'has j.i.sl closed. Yhcn the last cession closed early in the even ing Guv. FuJifonwas rujiidod atulTVIr. /-j Lairfonce nominat'Xl in his-placc. tit. ? * _ " ' Colliding was absent during the con sideration of Gov. Fenton's name , and when he returned he learned that his former colleague had been rejected. He became very much annoyed at this action and pronounced it a snap judg ment. The name of Judge Lawrence was then up for consideration , but there was very little prospect of his confirmation. The further considera tion of his name was...

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 June 1878

* . ' 'THE DAILY iheetoulv. rouncAK ' . JCrtisemwits. of * , - . TU. not Intcndcdfor UtcArrorroetical character ; e will not crlorw-ne the KUEP dcrtokc toimsen - in uf = liauvcrOur SU ° U 8uffiae"tly lllge tS more than tnpply < - ° r limited fpaoe iu tbit direction. All.Cenununications should bo addnssod to ROS V&TER E.Utor. - _ - sister-in-law , GaiL Ham ilton has agiun put on the war paint : md gone for Carl Schurz with an old ihaid'a weapon a ahaopStick. . B1Ji. IlACKEBjSfIlio Brownvillo J. . . .tiser , nowfthat he-has" been reward ed-ttiththe'postmastershipof Brown vflle , lia * found exceeding grace an mciitimfliu lion. Frank \Vclcli. Js liatCrongrcss Jias t d M "f 810,000 for a.wu ; nlionx'f hi-g cholera , t opportunityisaironled fo "BowBt.naof ! "a Col. Sellers tum u 4nW ) nw\o ngoo < l raise. , Zr THE "DeiucKTat ic Hou&e , true to th / caidinal jfJuciples ) of Bourbonifin / old-fasliWd spree. VMiala , good magi - jiificei.t opportunity tlicso .closing A i scene...

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 June 1878

-t-f f f * - i / THE DAILY BEE. - " * THE OMAHA PUBLISHING CO. , PROPRIETORS. ( fiee S J'arnham , let. 3th and 10th Strettt. PERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TIIElAILS. CLOSKO. C. & N. AV. R. R. , 4:30 a. m. , 3 p. m. C. B. & Q. , 4:30 a. m. , 3 p. in. a R. I. & P. R. R. . 4 30 a. m. , 3 p. to. C. . i SL Joe ISO a. m. , 3 p. m. fi. City i P. 4:30 a.m. U. P. R.R. , 1150a.m. O. & N. AV. R. R. , 7:30 X m. B.4JI.R.R. , 8 5a.m. O.&N.AV. , 730a.m. - 1 . C. & N. AT. R. R. , 11 a. m. , 11 p. m. s . C. B. & . < J. , 11 a. in. , 11 p. m. C. R. I. & 1' . , 11 a. m. , 11 p. m. C. B. & St. Joe , 11 a. m. , 11 p. m. S. City & P. , 11 p. m. U. P. . 4 p. m. U. & M. in Keb..4 p. m. Local moils for bUto of Iowa leave but once a day , viz : 4:30 a. m. Office oiien from 12 to 1 p. m Sundays. - TUOifAS F. . UALL. Potma ter. Arrival and Departure of Trains UNION PACIFIC. HAVE. Dally Express 11:30 J-m. 8.45p.m. do Mi ed 4:45 : do " ' 030 do do Freight600 do 6:15 do do ...

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 June 1878

THE DAILYBEE. - " at least 100O copier day _ THE"OMAHA DAILY BEE. ribcnat the folImvi.B rates , roy B Tlt 0 , LB , , ea nukD FAGK. Notice. A. C. Troup istbo authorized travel- iiiK agent ofTHE OMAUAJ5KE. Hiwl J. 1i. French & Co.'s new price Jbt m auoihcr < x > luiuu. nov 30-tf iif Kcil Kstate o.lumn. tioHa8 yol lias IM.-CII for iliclcasin" i.f'Uic Or.uni at ATKiNbos's , the EbtaWisliiiicut speaks for it- Bclf co.uier Douglas : nd Thirteenth si reels. * Tlie\yerroso four inches from D hursday uXtil yesterday at noon , and it is still ribiny. Tlie slag rip-rap at ihe Sinolting Worlcs is pioving a good ) rolcctiun for the works bo far. " " Culls a circus IKWCI ! through V i is oily List evening frotn the East ' "i n route to Frcnmnt. Jl will sliow 1 cixneA.1 Tuesday. " * Lynian Potter , who -trundling t n hevl-ba\Tow from Maine to Cali- Joniia On a y.ager of H , < K)0 ) , is ex- - " } ected'in Omalia to day or Sunday .Morning. Bamboo luts , lightest hats out , just arrived...

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 1879

- > sS - . . . 'ar r . VOL. YIII OMAHA , NEBRASKA , SATURDAY. JANUARY 18 , J879. . . . . ] ST0. 180 , Established 1871. MORNING EDITION , Price Five Cents T V THE mTOKCUT TOIL. The Law Makers at Lin coln Put their Thoughts " on Paper. And Present the Same to their Respective Houses. Bailroad Regulation Schemes In troduced by 'Several Members. Various Matters from the Cap ital. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. Departed for TUB BIB. . . ' HOU&E. LIXCOLN , January 1C , . ' 79 , So-tlaj- Mr. Scott introduced a resolution in the House to have a secret committee of five appointed to inquire into the facts in reference to the freight and passenger tariffs charged by the dif- _ _ railroad companies , in this State , and report the facts found to the House at the earliest date possi ble ; and to report whether the rates are unreasonable compared with the financial condition of the people ; and to report whether if unreasonable tariffd nro charged , if they can bo requhtod by lav ? , so as 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. — 18 January 1879

THE DAILY BEE. E. ROSEWATER , EDITOR. THIBTY-FOUK Grangers , led by Church Howe , representing all there is left of the organization that counted Its members in Nebraska by the tens of thousands less than three years ago , called upon Governor Hanco. Thirty- four dupes of a rogue who was man aging the grange in the interest of monopolies , and who boasted that he was drawing § 1,000 a ye r from the Union Pacific ae head Granger , and demanded an equal sum from the B. &M. THE comments of the Governor of Ksnsis in his recent message upon tte raid of the Cheyonnes last summer - ' mer , and his recommendations to pre vent a future recurrence of such out rages , should commend themselves to the legislature of Nebraska as well as that of Kansas. The Kansas Governor Bays , touching this important subject : "The duty of the hour is not so much to deal with the past , but to look to the future with a determination that a repetition of these outrages shall never sgaiu occur in our State. ...

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 1879

' * ' - - < - THE DAILY BEE. HAHft PUBLISHIHC CO. , PROPRIETORS. bff.ct - e Farnham , let. 9th and 10& Streets. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. copy lyeula dvancs ( postpdd ) fg.00 6 months " too months. " " 2.00 TIME TABUS. THETAILS. cuxaa. O. ft N. . R. n. , SO a. m. , 8 p. m. . . . . . . , , . 3. Z. L & P. K , E. , 30 a. m. , 3 p. m. X3. B. & St. Joe 4-JO . m. , 3 p. m , S. City * P. 130 a-m. U. P. 1U R. , 1150 a. m. O. it K. W. R. R. , 730 a. m. & SL R. B. , 825 a. nu SN.W.,730 .in oriaso & N. W. B R. , U a.m. , 11 p. m. C.B. k. Q. , 11 a. m. ,11 p. m. C 1L L & I1. . 11 a. m , 11 p. m. O. B. & St. Joe , 11 a. in. . U p. sn. P.City k P. , 11 p. m XJ.P.,4p.m. U.tM.InNeb. , ip m. Lacxl maJls for But owm eara but one * a open from 12 to 1 p. m SnniayB. THOMAS F. UAT.r. , Postmaster. Arrival and Departure of Trains tnnoN PACIFIC. WaVX. AUBVX. Duly ErcreM . . . . . . 1130a.m. 8:15p.m. do Mixed 4:16 : do 8:30 do lo Frelyht 50 4a 8:15 do lo do 8:2S flo 11:16 a. m ,...

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 1879

Eifa DAILY BEE. THE CITY CIRCULATION OF THE DAILY BEE 13 greater than the ccin all other Cln-ulfttlon of Wned City - Omaha Dallies , and erceeda that o. urnf , 110 ropies per day. Jiii. OilAtiA DAILY BEE togucwcnbcnjby carrier to any part cf , r1tawdsS ex.Ftd at Clteon ti per woofc Any c npI lnU about taOTljritfc * , or to- pn.jwr < Mrery ) of the par-cr. U addreiwd to this Bffic * ffl rwdne r-nnapt auaitici Tie Onaka DzSy Btf be nailed to cub- , - , r t tbc f , | .j-.i'le mwiWfly i . * 4.oC fix rotmtbs. The OnMha PHf Ber has by far the l rpwt n-UjUra < ! ' I" < > * * " ' " ' -rrad. Mnl i * dloa. ' . , JLtHJUUP A > O 1BT A > T * OOMHIWCIAJ. MfOPts I > - . rtf TIlIKn PiOE At Last. Ve are gratified to announce ihat the Annual lllnstratetl Review of THE Hzchas fimdiy been completed , and is jiuw being j.rinted at this office. The cistrilution uf copies to city tubscriVrsvill be ujade to-aiorrow bj the carriers. Parties who de iret. inspuct ile T-ork and lervr-cnioi...

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. — 9 April 1879

- v VOL. YIII OIVIA.HA-KEBEASKA , WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9 , 1879. NO. 2'9. Established 1871 , MORNING EDITION. Price Five Cents THE CAPTURED CAPITOL The Triumph of Amnes tied Knaves not Quite Complete , Potatoe-faced Brigands and Oa- daverotiB Confederates Abundant The Caucus Cabul Wrang ling for the Spoils of Office. Thunnan's Ambitious Rivals sing for EheDe c'ratio Thronek 'Our Own Valentine tlie Idol of tlietJallery Girls. . His Devout Attitude During Prayer Captivates the Coquettes THEEB NOTHING SUCCEEDS BUT SECESH. Correspondence of THE BIB. .WASHINGTON , D. 0. , April 3 , 1$79. ; The President called an extra ses sion of Congress that some important legislation for the honor , safety , and general good of the country , might be accomplished ; but so far and Con gress has been in session over two weeks nothing has-been done but holding Bourbon-intrigues and wran gling overthe spoils of office. . - The Senate roeets- aailySundays ( excepted now ) at the appointed hour , twelve o'cloc...

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. — 9 April 1879

THE DAILY BEE. E. ROSEWATER. BDITOH- TO CORRESPONDENTS. OJ * CODHTKT FJHKKM we willlw ys be pleased f to hear from , on all matters connected with reps , country politics , and on any subject | whatever , of general interest to the people of | onr State. Any Information connected with j the elections , and relating to floods , accidents , vtl be gladly received. All euch communica- tlci hotteter.mnrt be a brief as possible ; nd they must in all esses be written on one side ot the sheet only. BKIL rfixtor WRITER , In full , must in each and every -case aocofflpanany communication of - what nature soever. This is not Intended for publication , but for our own BatlsfacUoniand as proof of good faith WB roOT-desir * contribntlpns-dTlilfialj' O1 poetical character ; and we will not undertake to preserve , or reserve the eaae1nanyc s - whatever Onr Staff is sufficiently large to more than supply our limited space. POLITICAL. A OC > CZXZXTS of candidates for office- whether made by celf ...

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. — 9 April 1879

? " " V * - . . * THE DAILY BEE. KAHA PHDUSKIKS CO. , PROPaiETOaS. 5 FarrJiam , bet. Sth and 10th Strtetf. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. copy 1 year , in advance ( postpaid ) $8.00 Smriths " 4.00 months. " " 2.QQ TIMETABLES. TIIEJJAILS , CLO3KQ. 0 . * N. W. R. R. , 4-30 a. m. , 8 p. m. C.B. & Q. , 4:30 : a. m. , 3p.m. 0 , B I. & P. B R. , 450 a , ra. , 3 p. a. C .B. & St. Joe 4SO a. m. , 3 p. m. .City & P. 420 a. in. & . P. R. R. , 11:20 a. m. O.iN.W. R.R. 7 * &M. R R.S25a.m. & V. W. , 7:30 a , ra OPKlt MJ i K. W. R. R. , 11 a.m. , U p. m. C.B. & Q. , 11 a , m. .11 p. m. C R. I. & P. , 11 a. mlip. . m , C. B. & St. Joe , 11 a. "in. . 11 p. m. B.CIty & P. , 11 p. m U.P..4n.m. & M. in Neb. , 1pm. Lical tnaib for Slat owa e ve but once a y , viz : 4:20 a. m. 'aico open from 12 to 1 p. m Sunday * . THOMAS F. HALL , Postmaster. Ar rival and Departure of Trains ONION PACIFIC. ISAVB. AKSIVI. Dally EiDreee . .ll:30a. m , 8:45p.m. : do Mixed 4:45 do 9...

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. — 9 April 1879

THE DAILY BEE. Wednesday Morning , April 9th. Cirr CIRCULATION OF THB DAILY BEE la greater than the com tolnod City Circulation of all other Omaha Dallies , and exceeds that ot ariydally JournalpubUshed In Omaha by at least IQQO copies per day. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE served to subscribers by carrier to my part ol city , evcrv day , ( Sundays exccpted at fifteen pel week Any complaints about iREgnluitlei , or tn- cr delivery of the paper , if addressed to thli attention. ce w receive prompt TKt Ooiifca Daily Bee will be mailed to eub- nberi at tbe following rates , payable invariably advance : $8.00 par annum ; $4.00 she months. The Omaha. Weekly Bee JiOO per j ear. The Omaha Daily Bit hag by far the largest rculition both in Omaha and abroad , and is hcicforetbe best and chupest advertising me- ium. QTFOK ISOUiEITIse KISCXLLIST , UTZ8T HCW1- 11RT AN3 COMMERCIAL KIFOCIK , RATLROAS AID posromci TIME TABLE ? , ess THIRD rAsi Charles McDonald Importer and Manufacturer of Cloaks and Suits ,...

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 April 1879

HE DAILY BEE. ESTABLISHED 1871. SHKD E > X T HOK.M.NO ASD BVKMKO , BIGOT hCKEAT , T THE OMAK A PUBLISHING CO : OFFICE -No. 138 Farnham Street. TSniJS 0V SUBSCRIPTION One copy , 1 j ear , in advance , ( postpaid ) . 88.00 C month * " " . 4.00 3 month * " " . 2.00 THE OMAHA WEEKLY BEE i ULS CRIPTION One . . 'jo . 1 year , in advance , ( postpaid ) . fi.00 G months , " s . LOO 3 months , " " . 60 THE ELEVATION OF MOSES A Mormon Promising , Prepossessing mon Promoted ia the Council Elder Moses Thatcher Elected % , One of the Twelve Apostles , &eo. Q. Cannon Blazes Brilliant ly on Polygamy versus Monogamy. The Question of Statehood Quietly Considered uy tlic Saints. * Copious Showers Eefresh the Withering Verdure of the Valleys. Chief Justice Schaefier Steps Down and Out. Correspondence ot TUE Bui. SALT LAKE , April 11. I have not troubled THE BEE with much of Mor mon matters of late , so probably afew items recarding them may not be un acceptable by way of a change. Your readers ...

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 April 1879

E. ROSEWATEB. EDITOR. TO COBRESPONDENTS- OJ * COCKTRT FWKCTS we will Iw.j I * pleased to hear from , on all matters connected with rope , country politics , and on any subject whatever , of general Interest to the people of our State. Any Information oonuecUdffwith the election * , and relating to floods , accidents , wl be gladly received. All such communica- tloi however , omst to s brief u possible ; nd they must In all cases be written on one ddr of the sheet only. HJ if AMR OF WRITER , In full , mnrt In each and communication of any every case accompany * bit nature soever. This U not Intended for publication , but for our own satisfaction and u pro ) t of good faith W K > SOT desire contributions of literary o poetical character ; and we will not undertake to preserve , or reserve the same in any case whatever Our SUfl Is sufficiently large to mere than supply our limited space. rouncAii. AxsorocwiKSTs of candidates for office-whether made by self or friends , and whether a...

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 April 1879

THE. DAILY BEE. MAHA PUBLISHING CO. , PROPRIETORS , B Pa.mha.iii , let. 9th and 10th Street * . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. copy lyear , la advance ( postpaid ) 18.00 emritha 4.00 months. " " g.oo TIME TABLES. V THE3IAILS. _ CLO8KO. A N. W. R. R. , 120 a. m. , S p. m. .B 4 Q. . 4 0 a. m. , S p. m. 0 R. LiP. BR.,430a.m.ap.m. 0 B. & St. Joe 4 0 a.In. . S p. m. . & P. 4:30 a. m. 6.City . R , , 11 0 a. m. O. i. N. W. R. R , 7:30 a. in & M. R R , , b.25 a. m. OTKXKO 4 N. W. R. R. , 11 a.rr. , il p. m C.B..Q.U .m.np.n. C It. I. i P. , 11 a. m , 11 p. m. C.B. & St. Joe. 11 a. m. , 11 p. m. is .City & P. , 11 p. m U .P. , 4 p. m. & M. in Neb. , 4pm. Lical malls for Stat owa eave but once k jnz : 4:30 a. m. 'dice open from 12 to l"p. m Sundays. THOMAS F. HALL. Postmaster. Ai rival and Departure of Trains ONION PACIFIC. UUTO. AKRTVt Dally KxDre8g.llSOa. m. 3:15 p.m. do Mixed 4:45 do 8.30 dee < < o Freight 5:00 do E:15 do do tlo 8:25 do lias a. m. 1MB CARD OF TIIE BURL...

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 April 1879

THE DAILY BEE. Monday Evening , April 14. CITY CIBCTJLATION OP THE DAILY BKE 18 greater than the com blned.City Circulation of all other Omaha Dallies. and exceeds that ol anj-dallyjournalpublished In Omaha by at leaatlOOO copies per day. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE erred to subnaiberB by airier to any part of "dtyTorordJiy , ( Sunday , exctptod at fifteen pet week , or to- about complaint * Irreplarftleg Any addressed to this cr ddiTery of the paper. if cew receive prompt attention. The Omva Drill 'Bee wffl be nteu at the f flawing rates , W .d ranee : $8.00 per annum ; J4.00 six months. The Omaha WeeUy Bee J2.00 per jer. TLc Vvaka. Dulg Bte has by far the largest icalAtion * 'th In Omaha and abroad , and is hcrcf ore I.H. * list and cheapest advertising me- turn. SSTOH. IKTUUl-axS MIBCJUA1KT , LATWT MOM- 1ART ASD OOMNKKCIAb RRPOKrg , RAOROAB ACT roxromc * mvtuun. MK THIRD no * . BKEVITIES , Blue Monday. i'at rson sclfs CoaL - Folark's advertisement /-See * Iaggie Mitchell to-night. BEE su...

Publication Title: Omaha Daily Bee
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