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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA SATURDAY , JULY 8 , 1882 The Omaha Bee I'nb'.Mied every morning , cicep * . 3tinrti f ho otj.y ilonJay looming dnllj , 11 V MAIL - DUB Vsar . 810.00 I Three Month * . C3. Sir Months o.OO | One . . 1. PHK WKKKLY BEE , pnblljhedt ry Wednesday. BBIIMS POST 1'AID. One Year ? 2.00 I Three Months , . I BlrMrtthi. . 1.001 Ono . . . ' AMEUICAN NEWS CovrANr , Sola Agen or Newsdealers In the United Slates. UOUKKHl'ONDENOE All Commun ltt'n inlrttltii ; t < i Now nnd Editorial ma i. , pWI ! be s < lrtrpfl scl to the EDITOB o ttl-lt HfE. HUUStVKSS &KTTKRS All Bnslnof ii'ttcra nd Iteinlttmice * should l > o ft' ' dtwcd to TUB OMAHA 1'onLisiiiNe COM TABV , OMAHA. Draft * , Cliecka and Tosl .ffico Orders to bo wr.do payable to tli rdor of the Company IIio BEE PUBLISHING CO , , Props EiROSEWATER. Edilor. Now THAT Mr. Brooks has goni the Jicpullican has dropped the masl and burins to show its tooth to Son ntor Van Wyck. WK know that Dr. Miller wai chagrined over Fred Bohm'e olcctior last spring. Ha was confident thai his Into co-parconor in the Holly jot had n wnlk-a-wny to the city council , Ilonco these atccra , THE bill repealing the 20 per cont. on sugar will probably pass before congress adjourns. The tnanufac turo of glucose corn sugar is nc abundant that wo hardly known augai when wo BOO it. Du. MitLKK still keeps on striking nt Mr. Paxton over Oouncihnaii Bohm's shoulder * . Mr , Paxton is n very good imturod man , and can stand a good deal of abuse , but iE ho hite back Miller will .hink that ho has run against the gentle fist of Sullivan. GOVEHNOK CORNELL is advertising the veto power extensively. lie vetoed half a million of jobbery , now ho sands back the entire civil cede , the military cede , the receivership bill , until the dead bills lie about the table an thick as loaves in Valambrosa. Bin. AND Miw. OiMiiHTiANcy mot on the atroots in Washington , and the lady ftUomptcd to gurroto , ho ox-eon- ator. The senator was too old a bird to bo caught by such chuff , and in on interview nays the divorce muat go on to a decree , as ho can never live with .her ftgain. AMONG the many conundrums that J are propounded iu nani \ , i b , iw llepiililican is the following : "Will ho ( the editor of THE BKK ) toll us in n few worda what ho nionlis ? la ho n protectionist , n don't-want-to-pay-tho- national- debt man or is ho the other thing that now thing in political economy a Van Wyckor ? " THB BKI : man always moans what ho says , and ho generally says what ho moans in a way that ho who runs may read. There is an old ndago that a fool can ask more qucBtions than the wisest man can answer. In ether words , the bigfior the ass the louder ho brays. TUB New Yo k Timts of the third luxs a calm and Bcnsiblo leader on the recent diafranchisomcnt of the Irish members. It declares that the com mons acted hastily , uujuatly and with an indecency that is only n little re moved from public diegraco and dis honor. But summing it all up , the solid conclusion is stated that the Irish issue ia inevitable. Ireland was won by force and fraud , hold by the same moans , and these are the means to which every English ministry will. turn. The Irish never will submit , and one blooding mid starring gener ation will transmit to another the im perishable inheritance of the horoio struggle. TUB statement of the public debt balanced up to July 1 is u kind of in dex to the udminiatraUon of the pub lie treasury. A government is like any ether largo corporation doing bunness for its stockholders , and should bo conducted squarely on buai ness principles. This exhibit shown a 'i ' , decrease in the general debt of $1 500,690.70. Add to this the cash on * hand in the treasury vaults of $149 , I * 123,0500 , and there has boon a reduction duction of 8101,084,351 , This is not an unfavorable condition of the finan cos. It is not likely that the incom ing fitcal year , from Juno 30 , 1882 , to Juno 30 , 1885 , will make such a clean manifest. The internal revenue tax list has been cut down by about $20- 000,000 , and congress lias increased the expenses in many items which will reach nearly § 30,000,000. The re building of the navy , the pension ar rears and the river and harbor bill have made a desperate pull at Uncle t- Bain's pocket , and the demands of the outstanding obligations tend to lesson the chances of the ntxt showing , The stereotyped excuse for extravagance is that the country is growing BO rap idly that the expenditure growa in like ratio , but the reply is plain that the greater the increase the larger the income from taxation. Indeed the public condition would not bo healthy if that increase in population and resources - sources did not pay its own expenses with a handsome profit to the govern , went , GENERAL SKOBELEFF. Ctblo advices from London a : nounco the death of Russia's famoi cavalry general , who has achiov < considerable renown in the diplomat world by his extraordinary speech i Paris a few months after the death i Alexander the second. Michael Dimctry SkobclefT wnsboi in 1811 , and was therefore just in tl : flush of n.nnhood. lie wan carl trained to arms and ijavo indicitlior of his future career. His first dii tingulshod Bervico was in 1871 an 1872 as a atafF olllcpr of thu army n Turan , where ho exhibited great com ago and skill 'in penotratitu ; a wildei nous and conducting through its ut < nown mnzos a column of troops. 11 also discovered the old bed of th rivorOxusand collected very importaii information concerning the land c Khiva and its people. When the expedition to China wn sent out by llusaia , SkobolcfF accom panicd it as major of the genera stafF , and displayed great bravery ii being the first man to tcalo the wall of the city and plant upon them tin llussian ( lag. Ho waa thereafter ap pointed governor general of Fergana and when the late Kuaso-Turkish wa was begun ho waa sent to the Balkan Ho there gave proof of those qualifica tiona which attracted the attention o the emperor , but his marvelous per aonal daring at the Shipka paai and at Plevna endeared hin not only to hia imperial master , but ti the entire army. After capturing tin the town of Lovcch on September 3 , 1877 , ho prepared for the aseoult or IMovna'on September 11,1877. Swori in hand , at the head of hia troops , he led the charge and swept over three lines of fortifications only to lese then igain after terrible canago. Bui persevering in the assault , ho finally , 3H the 10th of September , entcree L'lovna in triumph. At the close ol the Turkish war , in the spring lie waa sent against the Toko-Turco mans "tho Dovila of the Desert. ' I'ho campaign waa a diflicult and so vuro one , but ho carried hia army tc the walla cf Gook-Topo and entrenched it then on Now Years day , 1881. On : ho 24th of January , 1881 , ho captured ; hat important Asiatic fortress and , ho Toko-Turkomans were subdued. L'hia victory placed lluasia at the gates if India and threatened the integrity if the English empire in the east. Iho eminent services gave htm a com- nanding place in cho confidence of the mporor , and when the relations of lusaiu with Germany were disturbed y complications of European diplo- iacy , Okowon - * ontruatod with no Uulicato charge of sounding ho French govornmont. In that apacity , however , his ardent ompor got the better of hia judgment nd occuutomod to the candor of the amp ho forgot the tricka of the diplo- mt. Ho talked Joe much and said 30 much when ho talked. His ad- roasca to the students and his ollicors ave Europe a clue to the designs of Russia and created wide spread alarm , iloxander recalled him and in high isploanuro aunt him into Coventry. Io soon forgave the gallant veteran nd had juat entrusted him with nether important mission when death lot him on the threshold and ho died s ho had lived with the uniform of iis country and the harness of hia rofeabirm on hia back. OTHER LANDS THAN OURS. When King Kalakaua made his oyago around the world hia main bjoct was to discover where ho could oplaoo the constantly decreasing umbur of hia subjects. The Sand- rich Inlanders are gradually dying ut , nnd immigration from abroad.is lie only hope King Kalakaua has for saving to his successor n people as oil as a kingdom. During the paa HTO years the Hawaiian dragnet has mded 2,1)12 immigrants. Of those ! > 5 were South Sea Islanders , 1,130 , ere Portuguese , 012 were Norwo- lans and 128 were Germans. Those mnigrants cost the government , per ead , oa follows : South Sea Island- rs , S 19.80 ; Portuguese , $20.20 ; Nor- i-giuns , § 15 , and Germans , ? 17.00 ; will bo observed that the South Sea ilandors nro a costly brood , the ex anao of thcso docile and harmless aoplo being nioro than twice as much > r head ns any other race. This is icounfod for in the report of the emigration board by the statement iat'two vosaola engaged in catching id importing South Sea lalandora uro lost nt sea. By way of contrast , may bo said that wo imported 1,191 mill Sea Islanders during the year 81 , the actual coat of the same be- K 0. It must bo conceded that alakaua'a laborious efforts to keep a kingdom in good repair , so that 9 successor shall have a people as ill as a crown , are somewhat dia uraging as to results. The Panama canal project haa called rth n statement from ex-Secretary lompaon of the navy , contradicting Q stories of the failure of the pro- : ted lino. Mr. Thompson says cse falsehoods are circulated by the ip railroad and Nicaragua canal men influence men against the Do ssops Bchemo. According to Mr. lompson , the company has already no a tremendous amount of work , laldering the time they have been it , and that the canal is euro to bo ill , "tho Monroe doctrine to the contrary. " This labor has bei chiefly in importing material nnd m chinory and food , building houses ni n hospital , making drawings of tl route , and clearing the surface. San Francieco firm , ho says , haa co traded to excavate 7,800,000 cub yards , nnd n Now York company h ; agreed to dig as much more , The e. secretary lauds the Frenchmen ar Germans na thrifty , cautious , for handed men , nnd says they make financial blunders. The situation in Egypt remains vci critical , Arrangements for equippiti and placing fn the field a formidab force are progressing in England. A < dilioual wardships have boon ordore to prepare for sen. Troop arc bein gradually pushed forward to Aloxnt dria nnd Malta. Tliero is n disagreement mont in the conference as to the ni visability of a Turkish occupation t Exypt , nnd nn early adjournment t the conference is prcdictod. In Pari an Anglo-Frnnco-Grcco-Italinn intoi volition is foreshadowed. llagho Paaha declares ho will oppoao Turkish intervention by forco. Arnbi hn found himeolf rather clFoctivol , checked in the citadel of his suppose * strength. The ministry furbished U ] after the massacre , and , supposed i bo hia own croaturcs , rofuao to sane tion his propoaal for a levy on masao If they hold out in "their opposition the khedive tuny bo able to aottlo hi troubles without intervention. Mean time it is assorted that Gen. Stone who reorganized the army under thi late khedive , has thrown in his for tunes with the disafFected group , who under pretense of patriotism , clamo for war upon the foreigners. The auaponaion of the Irish mom bora was a very stupid blunder. Wha Gladstone's party gained in the scan daloua outrage upon parliamentary right will bo more than ofFaot by tin painfully aggravated hostility arousoe against the modified repression bill ir Ireland. Twenty-four hours won gained by the suspension of the Irial deputies , but the government coule well aflbrd weeks , if the bill finullj omorgcd in a shape that would make It a measure of real force in the die ontontod counties. Such an applica tion of methods , questionable at beat , IB the Irish members have boon sub ject to , would not bo surprising in jormnny and Franco , where passion md cisto rule legislative assemblies , jut in England it makes a man fancy lircaolf rending oventa under Charles [ . , James II. or the Georges. The tactics of monopolists are the ' rn i the world over. At Sheerness a public auction was neia last montn , at which the tolls of Sheerness pier were > fFerod for hire for three years to the lighoat bidder. Great interest was nanifcstcd in the sale , as it was un- lorstodd that a certain local railroad panted to got hold of the property. Unong these who attended was an ildorman from London , who was act- ug in behalf of the Southeastern rail- oad company , and had como from Hormany to attend the sale. The uction began and one gentleman fl'ercd ? 1,500 , and proceeded to write ut a chock for the deposit of $2,500 3 : i guarantee ot good faith , when ho ras told that the deposit must bo in old coin. Upon hearing this ho do- larcd that it was a mntlo-up silo nnel ift the room. The nldornmn ex- refised his disgust in n similar man or , stating that although the sale ad been advertised for some time the auditions of the sale had not boon nown until the day of the sale. The nly person in the room prepared to pay lie $2,500 , in hard cash was n resident f Shoerncss , who acted as agent for lie London , Chatham & Dover rail- roy company , and ho became the pur liaaor of the pier tolls for $4,025 per nnum. The Russian government ij pursuing 10 nihilists with unrelenting energy , .rrests at Odessa , at Mosco tr and at t. Petersburg follow ono another in vift succession. The recent arrests it the island in the Nova have boon iccoedod by the apprehension of n Jung man of 20 , in n forest border- ig the river , who was connected with most oxtraoidinary scheme , it being 3110 ether than the capture of the no of torpedoes which the govern- out has stretched along the coast to event the close approach of hostile jssoU. These the nihilists wished i capture , .that they might use them the destruction of the czar himself , 'hen the last conspirator was discov- 'od ' ho showed no lack of couraffo , id though hu was entirely sur- miided , fired repeatedly on his pur- icrs. Ho was at last captured by 10 cutting down of the tree in which ) had taken refuge. The arreaU ion the island , witli these made with- the last month , will swell the list nearly a hundred. Up to this time the advantage ro ams with the government. Since o murder of Alexander II. the nihi- its have made many throats , but LVO accomplished little beyond keep- g the warn recluse at Gatschinaaud Ting the ceremony of coronation istponed for a year , or , perhaps , in. fjpitoly. A hundred of their chief en can poorly bo spared from their arot roll , which can at most include t u few thousand names. The brts to proselyte the peasantry have , wording to the latest authorities , on positively without otl'ect. The defection of half n dozen officers fro among twenty thousand cannot ' considered very significant. The n bles who are drawn into the nihiii ranks are usually these who were ir povorishcd when the serfs were libo ntt'd. The rest are men nnd womc who have escaped from Siberia , ma and fomnlo students , persons who halest \ lost their property , men of unbalance minds , with now and then n man < fine instincts and noble characto : who sees the real misfortunes of h country , and would bo glad to sc thorn relieved , That there are woe to bo righted and Wrongs to t redressed no ono can doubt who lit read Russian history , oven supei ficiully , or who has casually iolhwc the course of recent events as the have had currency in the nowspapen As to the final result of the struggl between the nihilists and the govorr mcnt there can bo little question. 0 ono side are several thousand dcspoi nto men working secretly. 0 the other is n standing army e 800,000 raon , with few excor. tions loyally disposed , and a polic numbering many thousands , whoa ways cf working are as dark , desporat and far-reaching as these of the nihll ists themselves. For every nihilist ii Russia there are probably half a dozoi policemen , and how shrewd they ar becoming by long experience in thi service is illustrated by the fact state * n few d'ys ago that an srmy officer who had just before joined the order was often driven to and from the placi 'of meeting by a policeman in the dia guise of an ordinary driver. The St Petersburg gonsdarmorio uocm ni longer to bo the stupid fools they havi boon painted by French novelists ant British travoleus. It then becomes a question of endurance durance on the part of the handful o men who oppose the government i question of the length of time thoi can stand hanging , shooting , imprisonment mont or deportation to the wilds o Siberia. It has boon said that tin blood of the martyra is the seed in thi church. Under the stress of religioui ideas , a religion called heretical has boon known to spread and flourish ii Homo Instances. Reference to historj shows , however , that persecution taking brief epochs ns illustrations , has oftener prevailed than failed of sue COBS. The Lollards and WicklifHte ; were entirely destroyed. Sc were the Waldonsos and Albigonses. The Thirty Years' War changed Bohemia entirely from the Protestant to the Catholic faith , while owing tc persecution and the inquisition , Pro- teatantiam waa totally destroyed 01 jompletely subjugated in Spain , Franco and llaly. Some hundreQi ) f years after Loyola and Saint Bar ; holomow there was an abundant cror. ) f liberalism , buc it afforded no con- lolation to the millions who have been wivntoly put to death or slain by wai > r famine ) in the progress of long and irutal religious wars. The nihilist ia lot a religionist , and hardly so nmbi- ious to play the role of a martyr. Jo far thtro has boon a good deal of icroism shown by members of the ) rdcr , but it seems impossible that it hould continue indefinitely. Accoiding to a Dublin dispatch here are 1580 Americans in that city rho hnvo no visible occupation. If heir business is to worry John Bull hey are evidently doing their work roll. Mil. VALENTINE'S late clerk , who as just returned to Omaha , wants it ndorstood that Brigadier General .loxander is no way implicated him- jlf , nor Congressman Valentino , in Ltaohing the seal of Nebraska and is oflicial name as secretary of state > a fraudulent certificate. We are isured moreover that the val- nit warrior has explained this uoullar transaction to the satisfaction : the judiciary committee. Thi3 lay or may not bo true , but the poo- Io of Nebraska have n right to omand why Alexander should sign ly fraudulent certificate and trans it the same to congress , when ho now the object was to deceive and ialcail. Does the bravo brigadier ith two salaries plead the baby acti id ho not know when ho signed that jcumont , purporting to bo a copy of 10 census returns oflicially made in 172 , when , in fact , ho know U to bo 10 census roUirns for 1874 ? oos Valentino pretend that ho d not know those documents to i fraudulent ? Was ho so ignorant tout the population of Nebraska as > t to know the difference ? Will any spcctablo man in Nebraska condone 011 an infamous transaction ? THE committee called for by Sena- r Vorhoes to report what percent- o of Union soldiers are employed in o public service by congress , shows , nong other things , that Indiana has no employes under the sorgoant-at- ms of the senate and only- ono of ese ] f a Union soldier , and ho only a borer. Rough on Vorhees. The orogo is about 50 per cent. , with re and there a confederate soldier uwdod. I'ho people of Rochester are \ ery ] > ecu- r luul not very agreeable in their habits , we may triut what one of their own pa- rasftyaof thuin. They ate not only ooth-bruiih borrowers , " but worse they hrufit their handa into the water-pitcher , er the ice " However , there' * one con- atloii. They tire not big foolu enougti to riwt their h.nda into the pitcher after i water , ALECK OF GEORGIA. Politics make strnngo bodfcllov Nnpoloon once said politics the science of making the moat out present circumstances for the pub , good. In Georgia wo firdJBob Tomt who says ho don't belong to tl United States , enthusiastically su porting his old antipode , Aloxand Stephens , because , ho says , "AIe < novcr stole nnything , " and if there n man who knows how to run politi n la Nnpoloon it is thnt same "Aleck , A great union man with n big unlc speech running in a paralytic dribb out of hismouth at Auguatn , ho bccan vice president of the confederacy bi fore ho finished it. Then ho quarro cd with JcfF Davis. Then ho was fe unionngnin , then ho winked and Win ! ed at the ku klux , then ho denounce them , .hem ho got the republican vet nnd wont to congress where huge n publican statesmen danced nttondnnc on his animated corpse and hung lik insolvent barnacles to his withore undorlip. Then ho swung round th circle , riding two horses , oxhibitin grand nnd lofty tumbling , while hot blini ; on a stick and pulling his foe out of the gravo. Now ho is bic once more , n red hot democrat , s straight that you could run n lightnin rod up hia backbone. Well , "Aleck Stephens hna boon fooling with dent nnd sold him clean out nny time thos sixty years ana old Charon has bee standing on this side of the styx , whit tling and whistling and wailing , unti ho saw Aleck start over again to ru for governor , when ho loft bu "Alock" can pull himself over who ho gets ready , particularly if ho nove stole anything and Bob Tombs sup ports him. _ PHPPiUKMINT DROPS. If the Chicago papers are to bo bcliovc the grip car is more dreaded in that cit than the email pox , Forty dollars' worth of lie were were luii on the coffin of a man nt Augusta , Mo. whoso death waa hastened by starvation. A Texas man of 02 , who lately took i second wife , ia now cutting six new fron teeth. He's grandpa and oaby combined _ Josh Billings says that n good docto IB n gentleman to whom wo pay $3 a visi for advising us to eat less and e.xercis more. Mississippi passtd a law to tax super fluous dogs S2 a head , but now fclie can' find a man who wont awo. r that he need all the doga ho lias. A Florida allizator which was hilled thi other day had an empty two-quart jug ii its stomach. Alligators never stop ti uieosuro their drinks. A New York doctor pays there is an un usual amount of oone in the atmospheri Lhia yenr , but that's no ex use for a mai to steal a fellow's umbrella. The usual complaints of malaria a ! Washington are at hand , but wo don' know of it better place for mularia to pul in three months m the year. "A reputashmi , " nays Josh Billings once broken , may possibly bo repaired but the world , will nlxviia ] fOOD thniroyei on mo spot whore the krack was. " A I'ittsburg private watchman fell fron i second-story window while asleep , ant .la not awake until some one stepped or aim. buch zeal will certainly be rewarded Florida has grown an onion as big as i So. 7 straw hat , and it is figured that il .vould tcoat the breaths of 175 people foi ; wenty-four hours. Might as well grower or a crowd as for half a dozen. Honest , straight-forward , old-fashionec Jpplp "sies" is a mixture of the past anc vill be feen no more. You can't get the : olor with avaporatod apples , and the mtent machines throw out all the seeds. A New York policeman who clubbed a > edestrian oixteen years ngo wau not for- totten. The two mot in Oregon the other lay , and this time the tables wore turned md the policeman was left for dead. A man was shot in a gnmbliug hell in Clchmoiid ono Sunday night recently , nnd > y that the policemen found there was a [ ambling hell iu Richmond. Strangers ore nuch qu cker to hud out such things than ho local pjlice. The Philadelphia Times has interviewed .traveling barber who makes an average if § 50 per week. Wo don't believe in miking these statements , While they do ho traveling barbers no good , they dia. ourage hundreds of college professors where ro receiving § 13 per week. A Colorado coustable had a warrant for ho arrest of circus man for an alleged as- wilt , but the circus wan betook himself 0 the lion's cage , and safely ensconced lioreiu taunted that constable nnd invited itn in. The constable \\lthdrew with his 'arrant unaerved , Mark Twain went to a "magnetic doc- > r" in Hartford the other day , nnd rnwled out : "I haven't any faith in jour mgnetism. What do you charge ? " 'wenty-h'vo ' dollars fern chronic case , " > Id the doctor , Twain paid it was tou mcli , and went away. Just as he got out 1 the door , a parrot , owned by the doctor nd hung in a cage in the hall , screeched ut ; "Go home , you old fool ; go home ! " wain , who bupposed that it was the doc- ir thin addressing him , wheeled around ad demanded , "NVhut der yer mean , sir , y such a remark ? " The doctor bowed iw nnd replied , "I beg your pardon , Mr , lemens , hut it was this gentleman up are ( pointlnc to the parrot ) who made the imark. " The doctor afterword said : "I lull Mr. Clemens could work that little icident into one of hia books. It would i funnier than anything he ever wrote , " Delegation * from the Benevolent Pro- ctive Order of Broadway Fakirs , the ntional Gutter Cigarette union , the New ork Itotten Fruit ana Empty Peanut ichange , the Mutual SVayalde Pink Lem- mdo nnd Fig Paste association , the Man. ittau Prize-package nnd Pop-corn guild , .e . Sixth Avenue Fly-speck und Ancient jort-cake bank , the Pioneer Oamb , 3ugh-drop , Suspender and Collar-button mpanv , limited ; the New York and jney Island Corn cure , Lung-bane ami ck-wrcncliing corps , tlio Neapolitsn and-orgun und Triiueil Monkey Society r the Promotion of Insanity , anil the etropohtau Brotherhood cf Aflluent fggars met in general convention in imuiany hall last eveoing to exchange ewa tending to advance their mutual in- rests , devise me-ms by which innocent embers of their profession might be pro- cted from the frequent swindles , imposi- ms and deceits practiced upon them bye o public , and secure them from being led tray by immigrants and rural visitors to la city. New York Timea. HTIQUARIAN BOOKSTORE 1420 DOFULAB STJSEET BaflQuarters of the Literati , I'ho Cheapest , Largest and choicest cell tlon eli GW AND SECOND-HAND BOOKS In the Went. NIOOL BOOKS A SPECIALTY. Cash paid for Second-Hand Books exchanged for new. H. SCHONPELD , o22.1y PROPRIETOR , LOTS Houses , FHREHXH AND DQUGUS STS , Beautiful building sltoa on Sherman avomi (16th ( street ) south of I'opplcton's and J. J lironn's residences the tract belongli g to Sent tor Paddock for so many 3 cars bein 853 feet west frontairo on the Mcnuc by from 360 to 550 feet In dcptt running eastward to the Omaha & St. Paul R. 11 Will Hell in strips ot 60 feet or moro frontage 01 the avenue with lull depth to the railroad , wl eell thi ) abo\e on about any terms that purchase may desire. To parties u ho v 111 agree to bull houses costing $1200 and upwards will sell with out any payment don n for ono j car , nnd 5 to 1 equal annual payments thereafter tt 7 per cell interest. To parties whc do not intend unprov ing immediately will sell for cno sixth down enC < C equal annual payments thereafter at 7 per ccn Interest. Choice 4 ocro block In Smith's addition at wee end of Firnam street ill gl\o any length o time required at 7 per cent Interest. Also a splendid 10 acre block In Smith's addl tlon on same liberal terms as the foregoing. No. SOS , Half lot on Izird near 20th ( i ? 700. 700.No No 301 , Lot on 18th street near Paul , S12CO. No 302 , Lot 30x230 feet on 16th street , neai Mcholas. No 299 , One quarter aero on Hurt street , nca Dutton S500. No 297 , Two lots on Blonde near Irene street ? 2M and $300 each. No 298 , Two lots on Georgia near lllchlga : street , 81200. No295 , Twelve cholco residence lots on Ilatnll ton street In Shlna's addition , flno and sightly 8J50 to S500 each. No 291. Beautiful half lot on St. Mary's ov cnue , 30x180 Ret. near Bishop Clarkson's ant 20th street , 81600 No 202 , Five choice lots on Park avcnuo , 60s 160 each , ou street railway , ? 300 each. No291Six lots In ilillard & Ca'dwcll'a addltlot on Sherman A\enue near 1'oppletoa's , gSCOtc $160 each. No 2s9 , Cholco lota on Park avenue and street car line on road to Park , 8460 to 81000 each. A'o2S5 , Eleven lots on Dcca'ur and Ircm streets , near Saunders street , 8376 to $150 each , No 282 , Lot on IDth near Paul street , 8760. No 281 , Lot 65x140 teet near St. Mary's avenue and 20th street , 81600. No B79 , Lot on Decatur near Irene street , $326 110278 , FourlfttRon CnlJwell , near Saundcrs street , 500 each. No 276 , Loton Clinton strcet.'near shot tower , No 27B , Four lots on HcLellan street , neai Blonde , Kagan's addition , 8225 cich. No 274 , Thrco lota near race course : make odcro. No 208 , Beautiful corner acre lot on California street , opposite and adjoining Sacred Heart Cent - t cnt grounds , 310CO. No 200 , Lot on Mason , near 15th street , 81.S60 3001 otsin "Credit Foncicr"and "Grand View * additions , Just south-cast of U. P and B. & M. i allroad ucpots , ranging from $160 to $1000 each md on easy terms. Beautiful Ucsldcnco Lots at a bargain \ ory handy to shops * 1UO to260 caen , 6 per cent down lid u per cent per month. Oiil and get plat and lull particulars. No 260 , Full corner lot on Jones , Near 16th ) rcc | v , No 253 , Two lots on Center street , near Cum- DK street , ? 900 for both or 8500 each. ° 2Mil L ° * ° n .So.warii > neat Kln street , 60 9 , Half lot on Dodge , near lllh street , A ° i.17' ? E0r bcau 'iil residence lots near -rclghton College ( or will separate ) 88,000. No 210 , Two lots ou Center , near Cuming trcet , 8100 each. No aiOJ , L5t on Idaho , near Curalnc struct , 52f > nAoV.45 , Beautiful corner aero lot on Cumlnir ear Dutton street , near new Convent cf bacred imttf vlwOO No. 211 , Lot on Farnam , near 18th street , ' 0 213. Lot 60 by 1 I on College street , ear St. Mary'a a > cnuo , S700. No211 , Lot on Fatnarn , near 20th street 1,000. No 210 , Lot 00 by OS feet on South [ acnue car liaaon street. 8860. ' No 239 , Corner lot on Burt , near 22d street No 238. 120x132 Joet 01 Harnoy , near 21tb treet ( illcutitup)82lOO. No 231 , Lot on Douglas street , near 26th No 232 , Lot ou Pier street , near Seward fWt iOO ° cach' TW ° lotsonDecatur' near Irene treet , N ° isp. Lot 113 by 441 feet on Sherman ve ( th J'v66'noa ) ° ce , 82,100 , will dUlde. No 220 , Lot 2ixOret on Dodge , near 13th roct ; make an offer. No2l7 , Lot on 23rd near Clarlf , $500. No 210 , Lot on Hamilton nuar King , 8800. No9 / , Lot cn 18th street , near Nicholas No207 , Two lots on 10th , near Paclflo etrest , No 01 , Beautiful resHcnco lot on Division root , mar Cuming , 81,00. o lojj Lots on 16th street , near Plerco , No 10"j , Lots on Sauuders street , near Sow 'u v OO. NollilJ , Two lots on 22d , near Oroco street , idortaJ'MroSo10" OQ"thBtreot' near whlte ' Noiasj' ; Ono full block ten lots , near the .trucks , 8100 , No 191 , Lots on Parker , street , near Irene No IBS' ' Two lots on Cara , near 21st street lit edge ) , W.OOJ. No IhO , Lot on Pier near Seward , $ S60. NolTO , Lot ouPaclflo street , near lltb ; mike No 106 , Six lots on Farnain , near 21th street , .4 00 to 82,850 each No 103 , Full block on 25th strreet , near raca urso , and three lots In GUo'i aiditlou. near underu and Cassms BtreeU , 62,000. No 127 , Lot on 18th ttieet , near while lead Jrks , 8523. No 123 , 123x182 feet (2 ( lots ) on 18th etreit , i r PoppletonV 81,800. Nell ) , Thirty hallncro lots In JUIUrd & Cal- roll additions on irocrman avenue , Spring and ratoga streets , near the end of inaa street r track , 8850 to 11,300 each. No 69 , Lot on Chicago , near 22d atieet , ,8iX ) r \ NO 89 , Lot on Caldwell etreet , near Saundera , JQ , S'o 88 , Corner lot on Charles , [ near Saund. IB street , $700. N'o 76 , 8dx82 feet on Paclflc , near Stb street S'o tO , Ighteon lots on 2Ist , 22d , 23d md uudera etroota , near Grace and Blunders street Idge , 8500 each. S'o a , One-fourth block (180x133 ( feet ) , near sCpmcnt of Poor Clulre , on Hamilton street , r the cud of the red street car track , 81,05(1 ! BEMIS' IEAL ESTATE AGENCY 16th and Douglas Street , THE IcCALLUM WAGON BOX RACKS. WEIGHT ONLY 100 IBS. . 401HM WAGON BOX. Can Be Handled By a Boy , The box need never bo UUcn oil the wizen and all thorbcllcJ Grain and Grass Seed Is Save tt costslcsj tlnn the old style racks. K\erv standard wagon Is eolil with our rack comple'c BUY NONE WITHOUT IT. Or buy the attachment ? acd apply them to } our old wagon l > ox. For sale in Nebraska by J. 0. CLARK , Lincoln. ' 3Ux.Ni.NoJs linn , Oranha. KRKD "KUDU , Grand Island. lUooUiTT &GHKKI , llastliisrs. CIIAUUH SciiKODr.K.n , Columbus. 8rANOOt.i ! & ; FUNK , Ucil Cloud. 0. H. CHANR & Co. , Ucd Oak , Iowa. L. W. KtmniGlciiwool , IOWM And oycry first class dealer In the west. Ask them lor descriptive circular or send direct toua. J , McOallum Bros. Haiiufg Co , , Office , 21 West Lake Street , Chicago. 75,000 TIMKEN-SPRING VEHICLES NOW I.N USE. They surpvs all other vehicles for oisy riding , style and durability , SPEINGS , GEAE I & BODIES For sale by Henry Timken , Patentee and liulldcr of Flno Carrlasr s 10)3 ) lOOSand 1010 St. Charles St. , St. Louis. Cata- logucs . - Mrash Monal BANK. OF OMAHA NEBRASKA ( No. 2006. ) TREASURY DEPARTMENT. } Office Of COMPTHOLLKR OP TUB CffRRESCT , > WASHINGTON , April | 26th 1832. ) , by satltfactory ovidenca present * to the undersigned , It bus been made to appeal that "TtlK NEBUASKA NATIONAL BANK OF OMAHA , In the city of Omaha , in the county ol DO ! ; , and State of Nebraska , hiu compiled with nil the provisions of thu Revised Statues ol the United Statea required to bo compiled with before an association shall be authorized to com mence the business of Banking : Now , therefore. I. John Jay Knox , Comptroller of the Currency , do hereby certify that "Tha Nebraska National Bank of Omaha , " In the citj or Omaha , in the county of Douglas , and etste 3f Nebraska , ia authorized to commence the mjlnesa of Bankinga-ipiovldod In Section Fifty 3no Hundred and Slxty-Nlno of the ReUsoti Statutes of the United States. In tobtiinony w hereof witness my . , . ' ) , "and and seal of olllco this 5th SEAL. V day of April i-82. ) JOHN JAY KNOX , _ _ , Comptroller of the Currcu.j The above Bank Is now prepared to rcceiio 3U8lncs3 It commences with a fully paid up apltAlof 8260,000.00 , with officers and directors a follows : I. U. JOHNSON , PKKSIDP.VT , of Stcelo , John- . . , ,800 6 Co" Wholesale flroccrs. V. . TOUZALIN , Vic -PHiaiDKST , of C. B. &Q R. K. , Boston. V. V. HORSE , olV. . V. Jlorse and Co , , Wholesale - sale Boots and Shooj. NO. n. COLLINS , of G. H. A J. S. Collins , .Aholoalo LeatherMidS ddlcry. AUEJ M Woolworth , Counsollor andAttoruoy tt Law. .KWIS S. IlEED , of Byron Heed A Co. , Keal litato Dealcis. IEMIY V. YATES , Cashier , late Cashier of thi Flrtt National Bank of Omaha , and connected with the actho manage ment of that Bank slnco Ita Izstlon in ] WJ /lONITOROILSTO'/E / ' / Improved lor 1882. THE BEST AND NLY ABSOLUTELY .SAFE . STOILOVE IN THE WOULD. Every housekeeper fools the \mntof nnothinpt * 'iat will cook the daily led and avoid the oxcessiveheatdu3t , tter nnd nslica of a coal or woodttore. HEMON1TOK OIL STOVE WILL 0 IT , bettor , quicker and cluaper mn any ether means. It is the ONLY IL STOVE made with the OIL ESERVOIR ELEVATED at the ick of the fltovo , awayfrom the beat ; f which arrangement ABSOLUTE A.FETY is secured ; aa no gaa can be merated , fully twenty per cent more > at ia obtained , the wicks are pre- rved twice aa long , thus saving the oublo of constant trimming and the : penso of new ones. EXAMINE [ IE MONITOR and you will buy DO her. Manufactured only by the omfcor Oil Stove Co , Cleveland 0 , Send tor descriptive circular M" . Rogers & Son , agents oaka " THE KENDALL . LAffiNG IACH1I ! 1EESS-N-AKEES' ' OOMP1HIOS , It plaits ! rom l-.lol a n inch to 1th in thu coarsest felU or Hnwt el V I doea all kinds and Htylci of tUltln ; la a * ro Udy that does her own dress ir.aklns ' " , ltd to do without one M r.lte plaltloi. ' er out of ftthlcn , U eocu It Belli Itself. ' ' chlnei C'rcular" ' wltlrm , " or Afent'l terms CONGAR & 00. , US Adams St. Chlcwo.