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U. I'.OSr.WATKH, Publisher.
AltUITAL AMI IIEI'AIITUKK OF
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OlilrHROt Horli Inland cV t'nclllc
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Clilcnyo A: NortlitvcHtcrii.
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Kxprena 1:10 P.M. WW A.M.
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Oniutin Ac Noiltliwcfttern and lliif
IliiKton and KIUkoiii'I ltlvor In
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iM P. M.
Dally except Sundays
Oniutin X Nnrthwcsitprii and Nloux
City & 1'ch-IIIc.
MallExpreaa 8:30 A.M. 8:55 P.M.
Dally except rSundayi.
Oninlhuscri and Hbjkbko Wagons leave tho
ortlcv, comer Peranum and Ninth street, llf
tedii iiilutilea In advance of tho above Kallniad
Openlii;,' ami Closing r iMitlls In
notrrc. tvrs. I cijub.
W.MT. A.M. r.H. A.M. P.M.
U.I'. It. It l:uu ...11:1X1
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O.AN.W.4 S.C.AP.. 3:30.... 7U
Ofllco open Sundays, from 1J to 1 r. M.
Two Brave Women.
Last evening tho dining hull nml
rcstiuirunt of Mr. John Damon, cor
nor of Eighth nutl Miircy 8trcctn, near
tho Union Pacific depot, wns ontored
during the absence of nil parties con
nected with tho eiitubliiilimciit, by
wine thief who liclpcd himself to lour
dollars in money and n bottlo of
brandy. Mrs. Damon, coming homo
about ten o'clock, found the door
wldo open, and was considerably
frightened thereat, doing to a
neighbor' house slio stated tho mys
terious circumstance, and obtaining
tho assistance of u lady named Mrs.
Hubbard, she returned and entered
tho house. The two then armed
themselves with a poker each, and
Miarehcd tho houso over, but found
nothing to indicate the presence of a
burglar except tho absence of the
loose chango and tho bottle of brandy.
I'A88 in your orders for checks and
stencils to Pierce, over Elgutter's.
Auction Sai.k The furniture and
fixtures of tho Chicago Houso, corner
of Tenth and Douglas streets, will be
sold at public auction on Tuesday
morning, Jan. 21st, at 10 o'clock.
Tho furnituro is all in good condition,
Homo nearly new j bar-room and oth
er fixtures aro all first-class, and suit
ed to the wants of any using such
Poiitkait painting by F. Pfau, No
15D, 11th street. Lessons in painting
mid drawing at reasonable terms.
EvruYBODY that has seen Sheeley's
magnificent assortment of meats, say
tnoro is nothing Mke it.
UusiNiMS OAitDsof tho latest styles
nt tho Bke office, quick, neat and
cheap. Call and sec. jan'Jtf
Omaha Haiu Btoiiu 14th street,
botwecn Douglas and Dodge, opposite
tho postollice, has tho largest stock of
human hair west of Chicago. Switch
es nt half price. All kinds of hair
work dono to order. 23tf
Black Alpacas a
dectf at Cruickshuuk's,
Sup.McKclllgon's card on tho fourth
At the. Omalm Hair Store, 11th,
ootween Douglas juid Dotlgo. Hair
iwitchca ut 94. rJldo curls at 70c.
All klndsof hair wi)rbi at half price.
Jfulr of nil lengths and colors. 24tf
Indian curiosities at 1G3 Farnhnm
Tho sleighing has almost all gone,
owing to tho warm weather of yes1.
Icrday and to-day. "
Tlic boys of Engino Company
N'o. l propose to give n grand ball in
a few days, probably on tho evening
or the 2)th.
The wealthy were all out sleigh
riding yesterday, while the poor stood
around the sunny corners and viewed
tltein witlt an envious eye.
The Omaha and Southwestern
track up to tho Union Pacific depot
was completed Saturday evening, nml
tills morning a train was run up for
the first time. Due notice will be
given of the time when tho regular
trains will start from the Union Pa
We regret to hear that Judge
Dundy, who is still at the residence
of District Attorney Neville, was
very sick yesterday. His sickness,
however, was not on account of his
broken leg, which is healing very
fust, and if the Judge keeps hisltealth
in other respects, ho will bo out in
nbout three weeks.
The iiow.orchestrion tit tho. Tiv
nil, capable of playing wventy-fivo
different pieces of music, lias made
that institution a favorite resort.
Next Friday a grand double concert
will be given by the orchestrion and
Prof, lloffinan and Mr. Schrredcr, for
ladies alone. Seats for two hundred
will be provided, and the bar, of
course, will be closed.
This morning Mr. C. T. Taylor,
of tho firm of S. A. Taylor & Co.,
Continental Life Insuranco Agents,
received a very elegant gold-headed
cane from tho Company .as a prize
for obtaining more policies during
tho past year than any other ngent.
On the head is engraved the follow
ing : "C. T. Taylor from C. II. Frost
and II. E. Metzser." Mr. Fro3t is
tho manager of tho Northwestern
branch, and Mr. Mctzger, the Super
Saturday evening, about eleven
o'clock, n well-known Farnhain street
business man entered n restaurant and
indulged in nu oystor stew, and while
in tho act of swallowing a bivalve, he
nt the same timo attempted to swa!
low n largo pieco of shell, but failed,
as it stuck in his throat, causing him
a great deal of pain. Ho was consid
erably frightened, and at once rushed
over to Dr. Cofihian's office, fcaiing
at every step ho took that tho shell
would cut his throat. Tho doctor,
by introducing an instrument, suc
ceeded, after a great deal of "gagging"
by tho sufferer, in extricating the
For sometime past a sneak has
been prowling at night time about the
vicinity of Ninth street, between
Capitol Avenue antlDnvenportstrect,
peeking ,in windows and making key
hole observations. Last night Alex
ander McCarty blow out his ligitt
nbout twelve o'clock, and watched for
tho prowler. In n little, wbilo ho
mado his appearance and tried the
door, and finding it locked walked
past the window, when McCarty fired
his revolver at him. Unluckily,
however, the shot did not hit its in
tended victim, who took to his heels,
and disappeared with lightning-liko
rapidity into tho midnight darkness.
A liood Ilectmt.
Ill 1872 tho losses by theft, &c, of
local freight on tho Union Pacific
railroad, 1,032 miles in length,
amounted to only 080.25. The salo
of recovered stolen property and un
claimed goods amounted to SGSO.oM,
leaving a balance ofninoccnts in favor
of tho comp.iny. This department is
under J. F. Oillin, tho Union Pacific
detective, and tho abovo record re
llccts great credit upon himself, and
is ono of which he may well bo proud.
Pesides ho has now in his office $700
worth of recovered and unclaimed
goods awaiting sale. It is a fact that
tho Union Pacific buffered less by
theft last year than ,any other road
in (ho country.
The gentlemanly employes of the
St. Joo road, both in Omalia and
along the line, furnish tho Bi:i: with
many interesting news items, nml
lor their kindness they have our
thanks. Two or threo days ago we
published one, entitled "Stop that
Train ; or, tho Troubles of a Travel
er." Tito St. Joo Herald copies it,
and with tho customary courtesy,
gave credit to tho Bni: for it, while
tho St. Joo Gazette republishes it,
word for word, as original with that
paper. Tho Gatclte man as a pla
giarist is entitled to tho prize medal.
Some timo ago n bensatioiial love
story appeared in an Omalia paper,
and two or threo drys afterwards it
was republished by tho Gazette as
original, tho only chaugo being
that of tho word "Omnha" to "St.
To Iir-vr A houso witlt live (T)
rooms. Iuquiro of
It M. J. MoKr.Li.uioN.
Buy tho best, it is tho cheapest.
Wyoming coal, D. Hoglo, solo agent,
CIO 12th street.
Cunnini the photographer.
llat'O lliutnc C'linnix t'lur iiml To-1iu-co
Ntoi'o for .Hiilc.
Those wishing to engage in a pro
fitable business, witlt a small capital,
will find it to their interest to call,
without dolay, on Joseph Cochran,
at 121 Farnhain street, Omaha, .Neb.,
and buy an old established business,
bonus required ; good reason for sell
li'B. E5SSU jlllf
A NOVEL, TEAM.
Two Eloeant Elks at tho
Barracks Trained to
Travel in Harness.
Last summer "Littlo Iluckshot," of
Company M, Second Cavalry, while
out in the vicinity of the Loup river,
caught four young elks two bucks
and two doe. The nnimals werr
brought into the barracks nt the time
the company returned, and they nre
now nine or ten months old. Duck-
shot has lately been training them all
to drive in harness, having had n
hnnies", with a peculiar bit, made for
them by the saddler at the barracks,
and he has also had rigged up for
tliemn sleigh. The two bucks nre
now pretty well trained, and cau bo
driven like a team of horses. "Iluck
shot" recently drove them to Florence
and back, considerably astonishing
the natives of that rural place. It is
said that he can drive them
so as to make better time than Gold
smith Maid or Lucy. In n few days
he intends to bring them into town
and taken lively whirl through our
principal streets, so thnt our citizens
can have a good look at the nobby
team. Tho two does, too, aro fast
reaching n high state of training, and
"Huckshot" expects soon to drive
Tho happy family are kept in the
stables at tho Barracks, and run
around loose n greater part of th'e
time, there being but littlo fear that
they will jump tho guard, for they
seem to have a great aflection for the
boys in blue. Wo understand that
they will, in the course of a few
months, be sent on to New York as a
present to sonic parties there.
"Littlo Huckshot," who captured
them and owns them, lias been a
member of Company M. for about
nine or ten month". He was for
merly a scout and hunter on tho
plains ""'I while thus engaged he
won for himself quite a reputation,
and is well known throughout the
One of tho Wright Brothers
Saturday afternoon Charles Drown,
Esq., and Hon. J. C. Cowin, the at
torneys engaged by the parties in
Omaha who were beaten by the
skedaddling firm of Wright Brothers,
went over to Council Bluffs and had
Gabriel Wright arrested. Sheriff
Grebointhc meantime having gone
to Dos Moines with a requisition on
tho Governor of Iowa, returned yes
terday morning to Council Muffs,
and brought the prNoucr to this city
anil lodged him in jail.
Gabriel Wright has been iu Coun
cil Bluffs all tho time. Ho was re
cently arrested by Mr. F. D. Cooper,
of this city, on the charge of aiding
and abetting in secreting goods, he
being the one who drove off a wagon
formerly belonging to Cooper. On
this charge ho was afterwards rc
loenscd from cu-tody at his examina
tion nt tho Mulls. Tito time for his
examination in this city is not yet
determined upon, but it will undoubt
ly be within a day or two.
A COSTLY DRUNK.
A Gorman Farmer $80 Out.
Saturday afternoon, about five
o'clock, a farmor, who had ben on n
little bender since his arrival in
town, made his appearanco nt the
Pacific Mills to close up some business,
and then to start for home. He was
handed somo money, and in order to
make tho right change he felt for his
pocket-book, nnd after searching
thoroughly for it in every pocket, ho
discovered that it was gone. He
sobered up iu a second, nnd upon
comprehending that ho wits minus
eighty dollars, he cried like a child,
and repeatedly exclaimed, "Mein
Ho had no idea or how, when, or
where ho lost his money j but the
probability is thnt ho was robbed.
Ho is n man wlto can ill afford to lose
such an amount. His brother came
into town with him, but the two had
separated, and tho lo-s had occurred
iu tho meantime.
The Omiilin AlnrkclM.
Flour remains nt S3 00 per sack.
Wheat is wortli from S8 to 00 cents.
Graham Hour, ?2 75 per cwt. whole
sale j buckwheat flour 9-1 50 por cwt;
bran $lf 00 per ton j meal (plain) 70c
per cwt. ; bolted $1 00 por cwt.
Corn, 20c; oats, 22c, rye, f)0cj buck
wheat, ir bushel 00c. Apples,
9100; cranberries, 912 00 per Mil;
cider, $9 00$1 1 00 per bbl ; butter,
923c ; eggs, 28 to 30e ; chickens, 8c ;
turkeys, 1213c; geeso, 8 to 10c
prairio chickens, 92 50 per dozen;
quails 91 25 por dozen; rabbits,
91 00 iter dozen. Cheese, 13 to Hie
IF YOU NEED school books,
toys, imported cigars, diaries, elegant
stationery or blank books, buy them
at W. & E.'s BAZAH at LOW
TilKitMOMKTi'.its at Goodman's.
U. L. Jk.n-ki.N8 & Co., 509 Thir
teenth sticot, docs THE BEST print
Dill Hkads, Letter Heads, State
ments and Circulars printed in .tho
very best and latest styles, al tho
Bi:b ollle. jauOtf
Califi.rui.an Losos $200
and Am ststhe-blers.
A gentleman named I. F. Mann, or
San Franci?co, while on his way to
St. Louis, met with a costly gambling
adventure at Fremont on Saturday
Inst. It appears that while the train
bound for Omaha stopied at that
place, at which there Is an eating
house, lie was roped into n game of
dice, in a neighboring saloon, and
beaten out of 9200. Tho job
was put tip by four gamblers, the
names ot two, us we learn by n tele
gram, being Connor and Wiinns, be
longing in Omaha, and two others,
whose names we wcro unable toobtain.
The quartette started for Omaha yes
terday in train No. 4, having given
tho slip to Mann, who had been de
tained in Fremont on account of his
loss. Mann, however, learned of
their departure and got out a warrant
for their arrest, and n telegram wns
bent to Elkhoru to head them off.
Upon the arrival of tho train nt this
.station, nn ollicer, with nil the inhab
itants of the village and farmers of
the vicinity, were found upon and
about the platform. The train was
gone through, tho gamblers found,
and taken buck to Fremont, where
they were soon afterwards balled out.
The trial came oil' to-day, and each
of the gamblers was fined 925 and
costs. Coilnors, the principal party,
however, failed to put in an npjwar
ance at the trial, having jumped his
Mann lias lived in California sixteen
years, and it seems strange that a mnn
who has leen a resident of thatStato
for so long ii time, could como East
and be roped into and bo beaten by
so simpto n game as dice. But it
seems that men aro never too old to
M. Goldsmith, the clothing mer
chant, wct East yesterday.
Wo regret to learn that Dr. W.
II. U. Sisson is lying dangerously ill,
and is not expected to live.
Superintendent Sickles, of tho
Union Pacific, who arrived homo Sat
uiday from the East, will go West to
morrow. Mr. I. W. Miner, formerly city
editor of the Jlejntbllcaii, arrived in
town yesterday from the East, and
will remain here some time.
James Campbell, late division
superintendent at Ogden, of the Cen
tral Pacific railroad, arrived iu the
city yesterday. He will return homo
Among the Wyoming Hotel ar
rivals are the following : A. A. Eg
bert, Lincoln; C. II. Brown, St.
Louis, Mo.; F. D. Conway, Utah;
Price, St. Louis ; J. A. Denton,
Miss Fanny M. Wheeler, lato of
tho A. & P. telegraph ofiicejin this city,
hns returned from her homo iu Iowa,
where, for several weeks past, she has
been suffering from n severe illness.
She is uovv engaged at tho Union Pa
cific telegraph office.
Mr. Ben Barrows took charge of
the local department of tho Republi
can yesterday morning, and wo heart
ily welcome him to the ranks of
Omaha journalism. Mr. Morris, tho
retiring city editor, has done his duty
well and faithfully, and to the satis
faction of all connected with that pa
per. ltcv. Ira C. Billman intends soon
to remove to the Pacific coast, where
he has the brightest and most golden
prospects before him. He has ten
dered his resignation, which was ac
cepted yesterday by his congregation,
who, with many of our best and most
prominent citizens, sincerely regrot
his leaving, us he is nu able and elo
quent speaker, and a minister who
preaches without fear or favor. He
will preach his farewell sermon next
Will the two gentlemen who
violated their plcdgo "not to gamble
for two months," pleaso explain how
it happened that they wcro again
occupied till midnight last night
at n game of cards ? It
Ml'.. Duunosfi, proprietor of Victors
Restaurant, has removed from the
building on Douglas to that formerly
occupied by BerUchy, 100 Farnhain
street, where he will in the future, as
iu tho past, keep his tables well sup
plied witlt everything the market af
fords, and servo meals at all hours to
suit the public's convenience.
25 barrels of cider just arrived and
for salo low to dealers, at Mcrritt's,
18B Farnhain street. jan20wl
Tub only strictly cash Iioumj to
buy groceries at is
IS 3t A. II. Gl.vdstoni: & Co.'s.
Wantkd At Lincoln .Neb, fuiir
cigar makers. Steady woik and
union prices paid. JanHlw.
Foil nico poultry, fre-h butter and
eggs, go to
18 2t A. II. GLAi)b-ro.'i: & Co.'s.
Ladius and Misses go nnd buy first
quality of imported hair, at half
prico, at tho Omaha Hair Store, 11th
street, opposlto the post office.
Call at tho Bki: Office if you want
good job printing, at reasonable price?.
A DIRTY SWINDLE.
Travelers Will do Well to
Give Counoil Bluffs a
Paul Itoiie, a Chicago dealer in
California fruits, wine and brandies
left Chicago by the Northwestern
road Saturday to visit California for
tiie first timo nn business and pleas
ure. On arriving at the first station
the other side of Council Mulls he
was addressed by a 'bus agent, who
got on tho train at thai point, and
who asked him whore ho wns going.
Mr. llotize replied, "to Omaha." The
agent then naked him if lie hntl
baggage to be transferred, Ac, and
finally sold him n Council Bluffs
'bus ticket. Bonze was not acquaint
ed witlt the manner iu which the
transfer business is done, and having
told the agent he was going to Oma
ha, ho purchased tho ticket under
the impression that it would take
him to this city. On arrivlntr ut
Council Mulls tho necnt said.
"Here's a 'buss," and Kouze got into
it and was driven to the Pacific
House. Upon discovering tho man
ner in which he had been sold, his in
dignation and anger knew no bounds.
Having business to transact in Oma
ha, he camo over on the dummy this
morning, expecting to finish his busi
ness nnd get his baggage over from
the Muffs in time to tnke the Union
Pacific train for the West. In this,
however, he was disappointed. He
-etnrncd to Council Muffs, and then
came back to Omaha with his bag
gage and put up at ono of our hotels
till to-morrow, vowing that he
wouldn't spend n cent in the swin
dler's retreat across tho crock. Trav
elers will do well to make n note of
the above incident, and give Council
Bluffs a wide berth.
Buy your hams, shoulders, bacon,
lard, spare ribs and sausage at Gics
selman & Potter's Pork Packing
Establishment, 170 Farnhain.
A AVnnl to Trnvclcm.
We have a word to say in favor of
tho Missouri Pacific Hailroad. It
was tho "pioneer" lino Westward and
is the "old reliable" roulo to St.
Louis. With the improvements
which have been mado during the
past year, wo believo that the Mis
souri Pacific Hailroad has tho best
track and tho finest and safest equip
ment of any line west of tho Missis
sippi. It is tlte only lino which runs
three daily express trains of fine
Coaches and Pullman Sleepers,
equipped with the Miller platform
and tho patent nir brake, from lead
ing points in the West, through
Kansas City, Sedalia and Jefferson
City to St. Louis without change, con
necting nt St. Louis witli eleven dif-
frenl ihrouyh routes to jioints North,
East nnd South. No chango of cars
from Omaha to St. Louis via this
routes. Particular information, witli
maps, time tables, &e., may bo had
at the various "Through Ticket"
Itnilmatl Stations iu the West, or
upon personal or written npplicn
tion to (Jt. II. Baxter, Western Pass
enger Agent, Kansas City, Mo., or E.
A. Ford, General Passenger Agent,
St. Louis, Mo. janlTcodtf.
Kixlifi-ntlnii Turning C'hcai Fnrina
In Koiilh-wmt Missouri I
The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
Company offers 1,200,000 acres of
land in Central and Southwest Mis
souri, at from 93 to 912 por acre, on
seven years' time, with freo trans
portation from St. Louis to all pur
chasers. Climate, soil, timber, min
eral wealth, schools, churches and
law-abiding soiiety invito emigrants
from all points to this land of fruits
and flowers. For particulars address
A. Tuck, Land Commissioner, St.
Louis, Mo. janl7eodtf
Three store rooms and lot, corner
12th and Douglas streets. Al-m n
lot on St. Mnry's Avenue. Apply to
Mixcn shut by the barrel, tub or
pound, nt Clark & French.
A full assortment of wax flower
material just received at Goodmans.
Slii'I'i:u patterns at cost, at Mrs.
iluc'KWiiiUT fiour and sugar-loat
drips at Clark & French. jnnStf
Holiday Goons at Auction
This (Tuesday) evening wocommonco
the closing out sales of Mr. D. B.
Sargent's stock. There is a fine ns
sortment of all kinds of jowclry and
fancy goods, including gold and
silver watches, chains, sots, rings,
ornaments, plated ware, opera gasscs,
caso scissors lino pocket cutlery,
handkerchief and glovobokcs, fancy
pockot books, &c, Ac, Sales will
continue every evening until the
last item is bold. Call and examine
during the day.
;D.vis fi Ilia:, Auctioneers.
Tlioparlnuralilp linctoft.ro oxlslln IkIupcii
Jtcluciis A Alli'inlorl Is tills iluy ilUolviil In
mutual eminent, thu biisluru tu lie luiilimuil
lijr II, llelirt'iia, vrlio will asiiima ulli luMlllle
ml tolled illilelu. II, IIJMIItK.SH,
Fiiom the great number of slipper
patterns Mrs. Atkinson Is selling, wo
judgo some of our gentlemen friends
will bo the recipients of useful as well
s ornamental holiday presents. Now a
word to the wiso is sufficient. One
of her stylixh holiday IxMincts and
hats would make u magnificent re-
Bauoainh Iii millinery at 'Mrs.
AtkiiiMin's faxhloiiiihlf' emporium,
torner Capital avenue and 17th sts.
NOllCL. AilrcttK'mcnts of To Lot, l'or
Pule, 1isl, Wniils, Knuiiil, lloanlliiff, Ac, not
cxniillKitroUlt I.INiamdi, IIIU. Iti,.rtiil
In tliejo oiliiiiirm nine fur TWKNTV-KIVK
CUNTS i encli uililltlonil lino I'lVi; CIIN IS,
t.UMtNISIIKD 1IOOMS I'OII IICNT-On
JP llnrni'jr utrcct, lctcii Dili nml lmli, at
Mr Ilurku'. JuiiMl
rANTi:i-A tnurt Uy, lo work In i
Mure. A l-Id
11KN.I. 1. .10NT..S,
JaM-lt -jto I'nrnli.im street.
jV)lt 1II:NT IminiMicI Uoomi for Kentli
; liii'ii. In a rrapeetiililtf, iiilel, tuinllv rcsl
ili'iire. Kept In noo,l order, wiirni ami torn
fiiMnMoj near Hie liinlm-oi-elitii. ltinl eiy
JAMIIS I'. JIOltroN A ).'Jt,
Jali-lw HruUrs, OOTeiilh M.
(J l'l.KN 111?) h lOCIC I'AU.M r0U SA LII nt a
J Kreat Ipiinsaln, Itlicr irai,!2uii, 'JlU.ora.'Uuries
'.M-V miles fioiu ljUhvllKi.M.'itloii, on llio H. AM
ltallruntl. In i'a lounty, Neliruika j 11(1 iicrei
uuiler cilllUatloli; 0iieresK'"l o.ik, hickory,
aiiilmullicrry tlmlx-r; llvluj water In nlmml
unco! kirn nml Mock ynnl In tlio urovo noo.l
ImlluinK-atnnciJii tln'InnJj lou neirn feiuvd
OOncriS paMiiru; fiirm Ikiiiw, four rixiiiin. I'm.
section Klvcn 1M of Mnrili, 1S7I1. Term, ery
uei'ouiiiMHtutliii;. Apply lo
JOHN M.a.AltKl: Ileal IM.de Agt.,
JylMo Oiiulia, Neli
mm: ruiiNrruiti: ami nxturr or Mm
X Haulers' Houo can Ik) mrclinwl aires
X'jiinlile. Utiik, iHtliupie-vut proprietor, liavlinj
oilier IiiuIiic.-i, eauiiot ilevotulili time to hotel
keeping. Tint furniture lilji IImIhIj" coinll
Hon, ami rent liMtonntile. Kor pnrtlculart i
ply at MM liouv, on Dotltfe, Mween Sixteenth
ami hurenteuntli. ili'iVS-aw
WOOD I WOOD!! Nice, neat, ami .lry. lomj
atulaliort, ilullrcuil lo any part of llio
city liyllrli, 2V2 Davenport street, between
THAT FINi: OLD HKNTLKMAIV.
M I wm walking ilown the street,
A line oM Kent I cliauceil to meet ;
I scarce lielJoviil my cyei or ears,
Ho younger seeineit liy twenty years ;
Ills frlejully iinllti I knew full well,
lint why tho change 1 srarrecoulil lell.
He rcail Hie query In my faco at once,
Ami salil, "1 now buy nil my hats uf llunco ;
I theio can net Iwlh coarse ami line,
Ami savo Iu ImyliiK uveiy time ;
Chllilrensiiloves I there, aid see,
Alul piles lo lit both you anil me.
Ho umlrrstnnils tho traJc clear through,
Ami makes oM hats look ko.kI its new ;
1'ieparliiKfursh In his Hue
Hu nulls tho ladles every timo ;
My wife buys nil her furs of llunre,
l'or nil (peak well who go thero once."
J; ,V'' ,'.ucc "aV'i Cai". '. Umbrella,
nnl dents' Furnishing floods, No. 230 Doudas
Ir.t P. Mirny & Co., Prop's.
Oniaba, Nebraska. H. E. cor. Oth anil Farnhan
(lennral offices of llio U. I'. It. it. directly
Also convenient to the sotcral ticket offices
nnd liagnuge depots.
l'aisengerTnuitfer Company offlio directly
Oinnibusscs start for all trains from this
point, ami all luxKugo Is transferred from this
Uuests notified of the arrival and departuro
of trains. amg'.Kfdtf.
COIt.' ELEVENTH AND CASS,
(Near U. I'. .Shops).
Board by tho Day or Week.
, , TEHUQ REASONABLE.
C. i:. KOSSETEK, Projiilolor.
Grand Maud, - Nob.
Convenient lo I tail rand depots nnd lliialues
Iioiim's. Ik-st iiccomiiiodatluus Iu tho city.
Charges rcai.onal.le. lion l.lirry fclablo con
Cor, Oth and Leavoaworth Bt3.,
LEOPOLD WILLING, Prop
Day Hoard $1,0) per day.
Week, 5.00 "
Cor. Kith nml Capital Avenue,
Day lioard $1 per weak, flood Livery stable
FIUTZ HAFFNEIt, Puor.
South Sltlo Doitclns, lietwrcu lUh
nml ISHIi Streets.
New Blacksmith Shop.
BUTCHER & SAUNDERS,
Tenth Street, let. Noughts nml Pmlgo
At tho old sliiml of I'.uil A Denlt.
105 FARNIIA5I STKKKT.
This llcstanraut Is now provhhil with new
and elegant furulluio. Miala will Ui nencd Iu
aicordamo with piluled bills of faro nt all
hours, I'rlvale Dining llooius aro also eoiueu
lently urninmil forlhote ho may deilrusucli
Furnituro & Upholstery
Mado and repaired at reasonable rates, nt
J. H. TEBBEN'S,
Eleventh SI. hot. I'nrnlmm & Harney
nrCah aid lux aoud-lind Furiiltiir.'.
DEWEY & STONE,
IIAVK UN IIVXD Sfi,(,; HNM-K ANH.AVlilir r
Vaitieiiy of Furniture
AS I N in; MUM) N- VNV pxTlll.!srn S
aayvsi" on. west i
1SLl!J!i lsn '""in""! SIitpI, Omiilin. NeUmskii,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY MS,
Oor. 14th & Farnhain Sts., Omaha, lNTeb.
AHRNT VOll THE SALE OK
HAMSAY & CO.'S CUT VXVIUI PATTERNS,
FOll LAMES', MIS3IW AND l)'6' (t.VltME.VTA
WHOLESALE AND REATIL.
WIIOLiilSiVLE AND RETAIL GR03ICR
249 Douglas St., Omaha. Neb.
. LIGHT EXPENSE.
Underfieii- Them All ! !
nnPKJl?1 Pmnl,tl ' r-OrPIOURBSitnil SATISPAOTION
QUAUANrBKI) M. CUMMINQS.
STAPLE AND FANSY DRY GOODS.
Carpets, Notions and Indian Goods.;
HOBES AND TORS,
239 Farnham St., - - OMAHA.
NOVELTIES AND ATTRACTIONS
Has tho Finost Stoo'.c Evor tBrough to thii Markot.
U'Xr' """rnlUto KtvjcM of ono of llioliwt
H. O. Ancorr
'S. O. ABBOTT 5s CO.,
Booksellers 1 Stationers,
WALL PAPSES, DEOOHiiTIOXTS,
No. 188 Farnham Street, Omalia, Net.
Publishers' Agronts lor School Uooks nscil In Nebraska.
M. J. MoKELLIGON,
Iinimrter nml Jobber or Foreign nml Domestic
Wines and Liquors,
No. 142 Fiirnlium Street, - - - Omaha, Nell
OLD KENTUCKY WHISKIES A SPECIAITY.
mttyl-ufrA(,KNT rU T"B jaU01lAU0 W,NK COMI'ANY, OALiraitNIAuil
J-OI3:iT T. ZEZDChAIR,,
24 Doiaglas Strsot, Omalia, XTol:..
Ilnipy Ilrllpr for Voiiiik Men Iioin
IImmIiciUiiI 1'rrori nml 'AIiiiu'h In early life.
ManliiXM itvlurul. Iiiirollmcntn lo niurrliiKO
rriiioviil. Kiw iiictlK! uf Ircatnirnt. Ni;(r
uikI rciiiurlulilu rt'iuialli a. IUkunJ clrcul.ua
will frw in aiiiM riiTcloici(.
AiUiim, IIOWAI1I) ASSOCIATION, No. 2
fc'oulli Mntli 5 1 reel, riilUlvlplila, !', an In
tlllulliiii luivlun u IiIkIi ri'pulallon lor lioiiorj
lilo cunJvct an J iirulitbtuiml ilclll. (
CultnM liiNfif V.irk. w.Vi irlll nllo'il l,i lln
J. H. CAIllttEM'.
Uall at LchIscIkt's Hall,
.SOUTH OP NINTH ST. IIItlIMn:,
(N'car llio I'nloii r.irlliiTraik),
fiicry Tuesday nml Tlmailny Kv'nj?.
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