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Offico open Sundaya from l'to 1 P. .
Probnblo KHtnl Accliltut.
Yesterday afternnoii n man named
Ham Peterson, while drunk-, w.tj
tipped out of his wat;on, and bovcrcly
injured internally in hi chest and
back, lie was picked tip-and taken
to jail, wlicrtJ ho received all possible
attention till tliiu morning, when ho
Will taken to hiithomc, five miles) out
in the country. It U thought that
ho was fatally injured. Whinky is
thus likely to till another colli n.
25 ccnt.s n pair paid for pigeons', at
McAunland'a gun store. marlStl
GKNUixn ctistom-mado clothing
by M. Elguttcr, 200 Farnliam street,
Omaha, Neb. marl8ml
JUST "iuJOKlN'KD, A FKESII
LOT OF 1MPOUTKD CIOAUS.
"FLOlt DB fjUILVS," "PAUL
MURPHY," AND "IDOLIOS,"
AT MAX MKYER tc CO., COI.
F.LEVENTir AND FARNIIAM
P. .S-Tlio uhove are sold nt rea
roiinble iluro. marlS-lt
Three store rooms and lot, corner
1 2th and ' Douglas street. AIino a
lot on St. Mary's Avenue. Apply to
jan-ltf GitADY & Ilito.
Uf.AiiK & Fiikncii, aro to-day ro
wiving ono car load "of apples, the
besj wo ovor saw in this markot.
Jutrr received. Bilk and fancy
drefl.s goods; beautiful and styllnh.
Also ladies' ties In variety.
marlhG Stephens & Wilcox.
Oct your watch and jewelry re
paired at Whipple & Sender's, 2(51
Douglas street, near comer of loth,
Dirrmtltiic'fl Pattern for Spring of
187JI, at 2.i8 N. W. coiner Sixteenth
and Dodgo streets. mnrlttivl
Spring stylo of hatsjiint teeeived
at Mrs. O. Wood's, No. 28(1 Douglas
Indian mulo-ities m nt:i Farnhani
Ueel. nit Ml I
Sf!K McKi'.llgou's tun! mi the fom th
Tjik best cakes in the city at Latey's.
mar-llf ., J
O. L. JlJtf KrNH it Co., WW Thlr-
tecnth street, does THE HlvST print-1
Go to tho Omaha llujr Store, No.
5.11 Mth street, opHdte po-tnfllcc,
nnd examine dm elegant huir goods
just received, A large stock con
stantly on hand. Mrc. 15. Adams
& Mm. C. KuIiMim'u. marl 2 Im
IliUillEAia Letter Heads, State
ments and Circulars printed in tho
very ,bet und latent styles, at tliq
IIek oilic. jaiiOtf
Show rM.'H anil- window glass nt
8 douiou'a. JfinOlf
TiiKltMrtMi.TBHH at looJnian'.
-Mm. 1). I. Bowers will play here
next week, nnd tho sale of reserved
scats lias already been licgun by Wy-
man & Ebcrhart.
Ono nostal. i
unc postal, i
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baggage cars, three lirst-classcoacncs, i
. n . ' ,., 1, trs,. I
iinu ivur siii'in wuiwku mu """"
Pacific exprc. train went this morn
-The iMiein, entitled "St. Patrick's
Day," which appeared in our last
evening a isiue, was written on tuo
spur of the moment whilo tho pro
cession moved tip Farnliam ntreet,
by John O'Kcefe, E-q.
The North Star Society recently
formed a debating club, which held
its first meeting last evening at the
Society's hall. Tho question, "Re
solved, That nature is more beautiful
than art," was decided in favor of old
A dispatch was received to-day
from Hon. John Tatrc, saying that no
decision has yet been rendered on the
terminus question. Council liluiTj
will please keop its powder dry, and
mourn over that which has already
After the oration at Rcdick's
Opera House, a lady in coming out,
fell down the stairs head foremost,
and was stunned for a moment or
two, by tho shock. Those who wit
ncssed the accident, wondered that
she did not break her neck.
This evening tho first masquerade
ball of tho Omaha Mccuncrchor will
take place, at Turner Hall. Every
thing possible has been douo to make
this the finest affair of the season.
Tito programme, as published in an
other column, is an attractive one,
and speaks for itself. The ball begins
promptly at 8 o'clock, with a "polon
:iUo'' by the Omaha City Hand.
Tl.c ball of the Euimclt Monu
incut Association, at Shnaf's Hall
last evening, was very largely attend
ed. The floor was at all times
crowded with dancers, who were
viewed with a great deal of interest
by the hundreds of spectators. Tho
b:ill continued till an early hour this
morning, when all went home tired
out, and sleepy, too, and put them
selves in their little beds.
A gentleman, who usually knows
what he is about, made a bet at
l'apillion, yesterday, of $2o a side,
that the city circulation of tho Bi:k
was equal to, if not more than, the
combined city circulation of tho other
two Omaha dailies. He won his bet,
with miiiu! to spaic. If any doubt
tho statement concerning" our city
circulation, well double tho above
amount on a similar wager. Put up,
or shut up!
A double team attached to a
bran now wagon, ran away on How
ard street yesterday afternoon. They
wcro only Htoppcd by wedging them
selves in between n fence nnd dwell
ing houso between Twelfth and Thir
tccnth streets, after demolishing the
whole wagon except the forward
part of tho running gear. A lady
sitting on tho porch of tho house,
was thrown into hysterics by tho
tight of tho accident.
Mr. McMcans, a telegrapher, and
a young man named Drake, wcro tho
victims of a runaway this afternoon,
on Twelfth street, between Douglas
and Farnhani. Their horse, becom
ing frightened at a hideous-looking
corn doctor, started on a run, nnd
tho occupants of tho buggy, in their
endeavors to stop tho animal, wcro
both tumbled out upon tho street.
Drake had his noso badlybruiscd up,
but othorwiso was not injured, whilo
McMcans escaped without a scratch.
Tho horso rati up Douglas, and thence
north on Fifteenth, nnd it was doubt
ful, at our hist observation, whothcr
tho buggy would hold together for
Nkw spring Hats at Mrs.C.UIrey's.
Selling cheap. Harney street near
A uaii load of choice apples le
ci'ived this day by Clark it French.
inn r 1 7 tl'
Tin: members of tho Omaha Mjen
nerehor wish to have itoxprcsjly un
derstook that all persons of question
able character will bo excluded from
tho ma-quurado at Turner Hall Tues
day evening. nil? 2t
Oh, urry the Kt-MN to Mtu'y.
I have got a new coach, and I
don't want anybody to turn up their
nnM's at it. It is a nice, cheap hitch
up, and will carry six passengers and
baggage, (ilvo me a cull and I will
please jmi all, at the old reliable
stable, corner of Ninth and Douglas
streets, .Inn.vT. Cl.AltK.
Cam, at the IJr.i: Olliro if you want
'-d j"b printing, nt reasonable ptiees.
Fmi the finest homemado candies
go to Latey's. marltf
A I'm. I, a-hiirtment of wax llowor
iiMiteiial jiht received at Goodmans.
LADIICS' FANCY BAZAAR AND
CORSW ICMPOHIUM.Tho storo
room No. f0(l, Fourteenth street, be
tween Farnhani and Douglas, will bo
occupied by Messrs. Uiegcimon
llros., or New York City, as a ladles'
furnishing and fancy goods establish
Incut, on or nbniit tho 1st of April,
"SUCH DINGS VOT
How "Wilholm Was Beaten
Out of Hla Household
Traps by a Cunning
Willum Lett is the name ol'mi lion
oU German cabinet maker, who bin
been at work for several years for
Dewey & Stone. Some time ago ho
had trouble witli his wife, ami for
good cause lie went to Indiana to live
fora whilo at least long enough lo
have proceedings for a divoico insti
tuted, and tho case is still pending.
Upon his return from tho State of
many divorces, lie set his eye on
another woman, -whom ho prooed to
marry as soon as ho obtained his di
vorce. He accordingly furnished a
house, nnd hud her take care of it, she
occupying, however, nsoparato apart
ment for sleeping purposes. Matters
ran along in this manner for several
nwntlis, till last evening, when Wil
liam returned home, only lo find
that his projective happiness had
been completely upset by the deser
tion of liLs intended second wife.
During tho day some relatives of hers,
had como into tho city witli a wagon
provided with n hay rack, and upon
this, with the woman's assistance,
they packed every availablo picco of
furnituro nnd article of household
goods, and covering up the property
witli hay, they drovo out of town to
their home, eight miles from the city.
Tho only thing they left behind
them was honest Wilhelm's trunk,
containing his clothes. The state ot
aflatrs almost broke his heart, and
upon finishing his story to his em
ployers this morning, ho exclaimed,
witli tears in his eyes, " Mem (Jott j
Ich vniihl :u lief bin died as lmf
such dings habben ! Such ding- vat
I neversaw!" Tho matter has heeii
put into the hands of a I iwyer, who
will attempt to recover the prepeity.
I wish to call the attcntiuii of our
City Council to the condition of the
street or road leading lo tho povder
Houms. This road is nlmost impass
ible at the ptesent time, and we are
informed that a buggy was upet a
few days since, whilo returning from
a funeral, caused by the bad condi
tion of the road. A portion of this
road is within tho city limits, nnd as
this proiierty and the citizens in the
tho vicinity of tho road have to pay
their portion of the city tax. it is but
just that the city should see that this
road is mndo passible. This is quite
a thoroughfare for farmers visiting
tho city from Sarpy county. This
road is simply a disgrace to tho city
and to Douglas county. If this is
not already a public road it should
bo made one immediately. Mason
street should bo opened to Twentieth
street and Twentieth street south to
Pierce, nnd a street should bo opened
from thero to tho Rellevuo road run
ning south through Wilcox's addition,
and from tho city boundary a road
hould bo opened and kept in pass
ible condition by the county. If wc
expect to build up a city liero wo
must seo that our thoroughfares lead
ing into tho city aro in the very best
condition, otherwise wo cannot expect
any farmer to como hero, only when
lie is compelled to do so.
A Tay I'ayuii.
That JHatituIr nml DyliiK tViininii.
Editoix Ui:n: Owing to wrong
directions sent concerning tho where
abouts of the destitute and dying wo
man, Maggio Hughes, an account of
whoso suffering condition appeared in
your last evening's Ui:r, I was unnblo
to find tho house so that sho could be
relieved. 1 spent three days search
ing for it, and did not learn where it
was located, till I discovered the de
sired information in your puor.
This morning I vi-ited tho house, and
thero found Miss Emma Davis read
ing tho scriptures to tho dying wo
maiij who cannot live but a day or
two. Miss D. requested that a Min
ister bo sent lor, and I have obtained
tho services of ono.
Hereafter, should any similar cases
bo discovered, undlho directions left at
your office, I will call and seo that
they aro proparly provided for.
Yours truly, Samauitax.
A lliuivroua ClinrutU'i- Arrtalnl.
James Allen, hailing from Eaton
vllle, Iowa, whilo in tho city Sutiday
afternoon, became intoxicated, and
was arrested on general principles by
Captain Kelloy, assisted by officer
Benedict. While being tuken to jail,
ho went down juto his pockets, as if
to draw a weapon. Ho was there
upon searched and found to havo in
his no-session n couple of derringers,
which, after it struggle, were tuken
As it was thought that ho was n
dangerous character and was wanted
somewhere, a totogram was sent to
Eatonvillc, asking for information.
The answer came back that ho was
under $200 ball, lo appear at court
there fur some ofli'iise, and that it
was letter to let htm go. Evidently
tho bail was ino-o deslied than his
presence. Ho was accordingly dis
charged at tho l'olico Court this
morniHg, on condition that ho would
SPRING Sl'YLE SILK DRESS
HATS, now ready at ARMSTRONG
& SHOCK'S, 018, Thirteenth streot.
For NEATNESS and QUALITY
they cannot be excelled.
A Woman's Hoad Cut Open
by a GUan Thrown by
At a late hour last night n colored
brute from Council lSliifi's, etitored
the cigar and candy storo of Kato
Anderson, near the comer of Tenth
street and Capitol Avonue, and in
vested twenty-live cents in n cheroot,
which lie lit, and pulled vigorously.
Between pull's ho Intel tho audacity
lo address some very Improper re
marks to tho proprietress, who or
dered him out i.f ho establishment
Her commands not being obeyed, she
called him some very hard names,
but really no better than ho deserved,
This enraged him, and not liking such
back talk from white-trash, lie picked
up a tumbler, and threw it at her
with all the force he could muster.
Tho flying missilo struck Kato on tho
head, and breaking into several
pieces, made two or thrco very deep
and ugly wounds. Tho tumbler
thrower then ran out and made good
Tho wounded cigar girl, with the
assistance of a friend, fottud her way
to old Dr. Van Hooscn's office, on
Tenth street, half frightoncd to
death, fearing Unit the wounds would
prove fatal. Tho doctor dressed
them, however, and sent her home,
assuring her that sho would live a
whilo longer, and stand a chanco of
having a half dozen tumblers being
thrown at her.
,1. C. Salmon, of Chicigo, takes
"trout in ids," at the Wyoming.
Gi'oi'e M. Bacon, hailing I'inm
Chicago, i- patronizing Wyoming
Hotel pink and beans.
II. 11. Cook, dispatcher of the
MU-ouri river bridge, went 15.11 yc
terdy, being failed away by sickness
in his family.
General P. Edward Connor, who
foimerly commanded Camp Douglas,
Salt Lake City, is at the Wyoming
He is now engaged in railroading in
Mr. Weber, of the firm of Wilson
it Weber, who last winter had hi
leg broken at Nebraska City by a
runaway accident, was down town
to day on crutches. It will be three
months before he regains the full
uaeof the limb.
Among the ninny arrivals at the
Wyoming are the following: E. F.
Warner, Nebraska City; W. W.
Ward -II, C. W. Seymour, do.; T. W.
Dexter, San Francisco; A. 11. Chap
man, Nevnda; Andrew Ladee, do.;
11. It. Clark, Dcs Moines; T. M.
Tillotson, Philadelphia; T.G. Hill,
St. Louis; II. D. Brown, Plattstnouth;
J. T. Davis, Blair.
SPRING STYLE FELT and
CLOTH HATS this day received, nt
ARMSTRONG it SHOCK'S, 518,
Thirteenth street. They are tho
NEATEST ever issued, marl 8 2t
C. Ilrimnrr, Ihc GROCER.
Tin: greatest novelty of modem
medical and chemical scienco is found
in Dr. Pierco's Pleasant Purgative
Pellets, or Tasteless, Coated Concen
trated Root and Herbal Juice, And
Billions Granules tcarcrly larger than
mustard eeah, yet jiosscssing as much
cathartic power as tho old stylo of
large, repulsive pills, whilo they aro
moro easily taken and are pleasant
in effect. 23 cents a vial by drug
If ctv Ilulcn.
1. All transient job work must be
paid for on delivery.
2. All transient special and local
notices must bo paid in advance.
This does not apply to city custom
ers who aro running Recounts cur
rent. H, Legal advertisements, ordered
in by attorneys, officials, or others,
will be charged to the party handing
them in, if no other arrangement is
made, at the .legal rate of $1 per
square for tho first insertion, and 50
cents jwr square for all subsequent
Insertions. Where an attorney or
other party will not become" responsi
ble, payment in advance will bo de
manded. 1. Transient parties, concerts,
shows, and all entertainments, will
bo required to pay in advance, Iwth
for job work and advertising. There
can he no deviation from ibis rule.
. The free list is hereby suspcuded.
tl. No dally exchanges will be made
with weekly papors.
7. Announcements for church ser
vices on the Sabbath, and death no
tices, tvill be inserted free not tr ex
ceed live Hues each.
8. The following prices aro agreed
upon an applying to local customers :
Marringo notices. $1; Masonic, Odd
Fellows, and all society notices or
announcements of efcry description,
not to exceed five lines, HO ecnU.
11. Local notices notwA'erein speci
fied, lectures, meetings, aniiouncc
ments of candidates prior to nomina
tions, not to exceed five lines, $1.
10. These rules will take cliect and
bo in force on nnd after Monday,
March 10th, 1873.
11. Tho several proprietors whoso
names aro hereunto annexed, do cot
euant mid agree that theao rules
shall bo adopted for tho guidance of
their several papers, nnd remain bind
ing nnd in forco until notico of the
withdrawal of any or all of the par
ties named shall appear over their
signatures in their reflective papers,
and that theso rules and regulations
shall be considered valid and in force
until such natico be given.
Proprietor Daily Bee.
MlLLlIH & RlCIIAItDSON,
Proprietors Daily Herald.
St. A. D. Balcoujik,
Manager Daily Republican.
Final! nan und'all kinds of salt
fish kept by Clark A French.
Ono Man Hit3 Another Over
tho Eye, and Makes
a Deep Wound.
Vindquct, the ice man, whilo
standing , Rasmusen's saloon on
rurnlinm slrnm. I.ist nrnnliirr liml n
I.no.l .M.f .... I.l... I i ' biMltiesi In Mil line will sue all tumble, anl
llCaU pilt Oil llilll by a mail named . ran U accommodated on abort liotlre nt vuiall
Andersnu tvlm nnm in .mil ivttlw.ni exiicne, by appljluut llio new and -r.lemal-AIKItrOII,
WUO caillO 111 .tllCt Without Imllr armnziit Aitcucr of llhl). NOItliLS. N.
any cercinony waiKen mji to liis vic
tim and hit him over tho oyo cither
witli a derringer or something clso ho
held in Ills baud, cutting a sovcro
gasli over tho optic. Tho assailant,
after accomplishing his deed, took
,js departure ns suddenly as ho had
made his appearance. It seems that
Anderson had been employed by
Vindqucst, and had had somo difficul
ty in getting his pay for his work,
and so tookjthis method of squaring
Vindqucst proceeded to a drug
store and had tho wound bound up,
but the manner in which tho job was
put up not suiting liim, lie called on
Dr. Pitincy, who fixed him out. Wo
understand that he intends to havo
Anderson arrested, and justice meted
out to liim.
Bl.ACK Al.l'ACAS ll
dccTtf at Cruickshank's.
Buhiniss Gauds of the latest styles
nt tho Bub office, quick, neat and
cheap. Call and see. janOtf
O.vto.s Si.th, cheap at Brunei' S. it
CHOR." Tho First Masquerade till of'
At Turner Hall, Tuesday
Evening, March lath, 1373.
A grand UKi-querade ball will be
given by the "Omaha Mieniictchor,"
on Tuesday evening, March 18th, at
Tinner Hull. Picpaiutiotis are being
made to make this the event of the
season. The ball will open nt 8
o'clock in the evening with a "Polo
naise," by the Omaha City Band.
After which the following programme
Avlll Iks carried out:
I. Fro; quadrille, by eight mem
bers of the "Miennercluir."
U t'ho "great murder," jierlorined
bj -. c members of the society.
j. Cavalry quadrille, by four stu
dents mounted on horses, and four
preachers riding Balaam's asses.
A. Patent organ, discovered by F.
Pfati. Tho organ plays three tunes.
aVt ll ocioclc the tirocession, com
lio.-ed of members ot the society, will
form in the hall, the following being
1. Metropolitan police, so'ven po
liccmen witli it catitniii.
2. Banner with tho motto "Ulk,"
accompanied uv lour Chinese.
!1. "Credit Mobilier," ami "Our
5. Floor committee, composed of
5. Prince Carnival, in a wagon
drawn oy lour snow-white bines
7. Two Jesuits.
8. Ministers on four laekavcs.
1). Tho Press.
11 "Ruebeahl" and dwarf re
tinue. 12. Patent organ.
All other masque radors will hero
ioiu in tho procession, and after two
promenades, u sign will bo given for
talcing on the mask's.
Tickets, admitting gentleman and
lady, $2.00; gallery 76 cents; extra
tickets lor ladies, 70 cents. io buiv
per vill bo given, nnd each party can
patronize the restaurant of their own
Tickets can lie had of the following
committee ol arrangements: 11.
Dillman.A. Aust, 11. Richnrdt, Ph.
Metz, II. Lcisne, W. Mack. Fr. Pfau.
Carriages can bo secured of theso
gentlemen tvlien tickets nro pur
Tickets can be had at Cutlin's book
store. Max Meyer & Co.'s cigar store,
and licnry btruslmrg iv Uo.'h photo
Mr. Wurth will arrivo from St
Louis Saturday Marcli lfth witli i
fine assortment of ladies' and gentle-
mens' masquerade suits. Call at
Max Meyers Music Hall and ex
NOTlCi:. Advertisements of To Let, I'nr
Sulo, 1Ont, Wants, Found, Hoarding, ac, will
Iw liKertedln tlicfo columns once for TL'N
OENT.S per line: each aubsciuent Insertion,
FIVK CKNTd r lino. Tho lint Insertion
never 1cm snail TWENTV-I'IVE CENTO.
Wanthii. A Olrl to do general housework
In a small family. Clias 11. Wells, corner
Chicago nnd ftud street,
'VIT'antku. A well lumbilieil i
T V lent to U. 1'.
it. It. otnee. Adilreo C.
It. it., City, lifluK description of room.
sri:D. A ulrl to help In a dresi-maVlne;
Duly to Mrs. Id iJ. ljoit side of
th Mrect, lietween Dodgu street and Cni
LOST.-A llrown Nauuy float. Tho finder
will be paid fur all trouble, by returning It
loO. K. Wheeler, Nurthcast corner Eighteenth
and Cuinmlng streets. muris-lt
TjAUTNEU AVANTED.-ror an nfTlce bus-
X Ineis. huuulre at room S,N. K, cornr of,
1 oiirtreiith and Douglas street.
Use the Peerless Wringer I
"IITANTED A Kocl dry goods salesman.
1 T auuiv'ss it, 2i
GOOD HAY nnd clean, fresh OAT &TUAAV
In siiiull bales, or bed rilled and returned
to any part of thu city. Wilson A Co.'s .Stock
Yards and Feed Stable, Tuntlt street, N'twccn
DaYcnpurl tl. mid Capltul aiumic. 1 l-3l"
17011 KENT A grocery store, on Twtuty-
liarn. Apply ou the premlnes.
a. ursi sireci, opKMiie ine mreei
17(llt HALE At a bargsln, a cultivated fjiin,
X. wires iniiea irom me my. inquire ol
A. J. HIMl'dON,
IOUND l'ocket-book, with smill sum o
money, Tho loser can bare same by rallliiK
on Mr. Ikituf, at Metrojsilltan Hotel, proving
piojerty, and paylug for this "al." 14 :t
IjVUlMS TO Itr.N r.-fVrerl flno fnrnmnr.ir '
1; IMIevue. iiintalnlnft Irom so lo vnti acre of
i.ew broke land, re.uly for sewllnu, In i..im:l
lociilt. Apply lo A W ll,AltKb,
llltAlltli: IIUI:AKI.N(I.-Parties de-lrlint
L breaking done liny le.ire orders nt 16.1
I I nriilinui sheet, Wp Mart our Irani Monday.
Ill" 17th. I'UAY A CO.
-mi.uymi:nt oTpk i: aniii:nm;h.w,
iuiikhit astii mii.ii tit n.r... i.ivi.,,. .,.
ti.. lori.cr i ouriis-iini am: hduriii slrecu,
up-stalr. Setcral iilio rooms and liousc on
baud, and Hf) more Mauled liniui-lliti'ly.
J.IOlt ItCNT-lo acic of bind iiiimi-tlatelr
I1 west of Mr. ('. Aiitnock. Apply to the
tunic ralitned, No. 4'i 1 blrteciitli slrwt, rear of
I lrt National Ibuk. 1'. II 1(1 U.S.
riV) l.irr-Ou fimiMiol room, al .1. II
,L I'lenc'a, No. al I'artibaui M., oer I'd
rpiOtt HAI.i:. Ulalily ncrcs of land, three
I' in I If from I urnluni street, northwest.
'1 Im bole, or in lols of ID aerea or 'JO acres
lofjlt piirchaer. Very pullablo for Karden
Inrf, -mall fruit., elc. Trice low. Apply at
tit) reldcncr, rtiriur .tone and Sixteenth at.,
Oinuba. A. 11. UnrtlAiiii,
IJIOK 1'UlSr-Cl.AM.S No. I
! eu'ryMylc, and that nt
whip lo .tOltN NU.SI,i;iN,
I TUIlNINtl, In
your own price,
ono block wwt of
marl eod If.
IOIl SAI.i: Olt 11KNT.-80 ncio farm lo
; rent, 3 miles north ol city ; lu ncio lo
trade on town property ; 10 acre for alo on
time,; 'J town lota, ono on "J 7 1 tl nnd Cumin
itreets, and one on llth street; ono span of
hor'O. with vriu-.iiu ; 2 wiuom an I 1 buggy,
by .lOSI'.l'll ltr.DMAN,
fob; It f Corner lRlhatid Uml st.
"VTOUNll MI1N wanliui steady cmtdovment.
1 eltbrr In tho illy or elsewhere, will do
Mill in i.ui on or a.
I! T. WILLIAMS A CO.
.Ml riiurtis'iith at,, Omaha, Nib.
"i-lOI.D M'S I'' riii host brand ol Spring
J( Wheat I'loiii In Ibli murki-t. l.riry
.k iur uroier for It.
As .1 HAMILTON.
1SJ Hod' tt , Whules.dt! AkimiI.
WYMAN & EBERHART'S
." i Pan.
now in the
"VARIETY BAZAR" s,. I'.KT'I'IOU
BAI'.V CARIMAUES, and 20 pel
cent. BI3LOW other dealers. Don't
bo FOOLISH, and buy elsewhere.
Sent C. O. If. State stvlo and price.
Address AL. tl. EBElillART, Man
ager. P. S. Send in wholesale or
ders for Stationery, Toys, and Fancy
Goods. " mar8-3m
Iim P. Ilighy A- Co., Prop's.
Omaha, Nebraska. 3. E.cor. Oth anil Fitnihara
(iii)er.ilo(liieif tin H. I It. It. directly
AlsoiiiriTenteiilto the revenl ticket ofllic-s
ItuscncerTiaiisfer Conipiny ottiip dlrritly
liulilhunc start for nil tr.ilus from this
point, und nil b.iau Is Irunsferrisl from this
Oiiests iiolllii-do! the arrival sitiddiparture
of trains. am."Jdtf.
The Central Hotel
The new building nt tho t-nulheast corner of
Leavenworth and Tenth stusjls, one block
north of U. I'. Depot.
J17 If FEED. TIIIES, 1'rop.
(ilo.t. Douglas aud Dodge),
PnoriilKioit-C. SCIIAltNIIOUST, formerly
of tho St. CSarlea.
Day Itoaid, per week, tl. Hoarding nnd
lodging at tho lowct rate. The house! has
liteu newly furnished nnd ripnlrcd. f2l-tf
TO THE CITIZEN'S OF OMAHA.
THE EMPIRE ICE CO.
Arc now prepired to CONTHAOl' for mid fill
nil Oi:i)i:il.S III their line.
All orders promptly tllliv) at thu lowest rales.
N. II. We aro inn iiiimililiiutlou company,
"SEXUAL SCIEX1J1V at 1S Calpl-
tol at en up. Price, $it.7o.
Also, "THE (JRKAT INDUSTRIES
1 F THE UNITED STATES."
House and Sign Painters,
GRAINING, GILDING, DECORA
TION AND BANNER
IOIIi, llrltttrn Knriiliiuii 11111I lliiriicy
KKMOVAI. Ol' TIIK CAIMTAI,.
"Wool woel to Nineveh In forty days 1"
A Jonah o nou il Id siii:
I "11 1 1 many a Jonah now Is found
To shout thu self tame thllii;.
And yet tho City of thel'lain
In uncli nt dujjtilld stand,
h'o now Nebrntka'aiapllnl
Ecmalns to iulu tliu land.
Ihil Itunre, Ihollrtter, has removed
Just ono block up the strtel,
And if you cnniiot find Ino pbue,
Ask any one you meet
lor IhnNew York Hit Store, 2AA Douglas st.
Everything nt thu lowest Now York prlies.
I'ura and (Hove closlmr oil' cheati. burl
style of Hats now ready. Hat and fur repair
Ins done III the best manner.
COIt. 17TH AND ClIICAOO.
ruriilsliesthe I'reiuluni llroom, nnd warrants
Itlirst class. OhmIu, Neb. fiblStf
Awitliizs of all desciipllont made and put up.
Old AKIilugs I'.UCOVLUKD.
A Specialty Made of Crank AwnlugM,
lly l!i:.VJAMI V. .TUNKH,
uarll-tl UTS 1'aruliaui hi.
WILSON & WEBER.
Satisfaction. CuarantoodiuEvory C.a
EVEHY MAGIUNE WARllANTKI) !
The BEST for all PRACTICAL USE.
Than Offered ly any other Kolinblc Comprtiiy.
Cotton Thread. 75c Per Doz.
500-Yard Spools, Six for One Dollar.
STOCK XONr TI3C3EJ
AT UASTKRN PRIOICS.
212 Douglas St.,
O. S. GOODRICH,
Manufacturei 's Agent.
4yy Ststs!tVayJ JsV
THE ONLY COMPLETE STOCK OF
Guilds ens' Carriages
ircr thz: oity.
From two lo twelve dollars saved on eacli
Carriage by buying from us.
Illustrated Catalooues and Pnica Lists Furnished on Application.
C. S. GOODRICH..
NEXT TO THE GRAND CENTRAL, 209 FARNIIAM STREET.
WM. N. WHITNEY,
255 Douglas St., bet. Fourteenth and Fifteenth,
For a few days, will sell AT COST, a large as
BOOTS jtVIsTID SHOES,
To make room for SPUING GOODS. All kind
of NEW GOODS will be sold at
iari,. LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
DEWEY & STONE,
HAVE ON IIAND.AS I.AUUH A STOCK AND AS OllEATA
Variety of Furniture
AS CANj HE OrOUNI) IN ANY rJsTAIlLISHMENT
187 and 189 Farnliam Street, Omaha, Nebraska..
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I lllililiiewUHHHHHi h3 -
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Lwrf 4jATSM-rriSSfjJJBSUBjBJUaSJHB7,r 7J
C-l . J- i.sff.srirsBssgsAswCrs'--
TIM PI ATF AWn QUTFT IROM
imi iunii-i nttu wiiit-i iiivitj,
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines.
rartlciilaraltcntlon will Iwptld to Orders from llio Trade. Merchant ronvenlrnC to Hilt mar
ket can s.uolioth lliiioimd money by otderlngfroni us.
ORDERa SDM0ITBD AND SATISrAOHOS OUARAHTEED,
0"amo Western Agency forNebraski nnd tho AVeftern Territories for the
Charter Oak and Stewart Cooking Stoves-
JtiiiI fur Price Lists. Address
iiiar-Vilif Omalia, 'JXT.
WM. STEi-HENM. V.. WILCOX
STEPHENS & WILCOX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
Carpets, Notions and Indian Goods,
ROBES AND FURS,
239 Farnliam St., - - OMAHA. .
St ST? If
M. J. MeKELLIGON,
Importer nml Jobber of Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors,
TOBACCOS J.TsTX2 O I C Jk. n. m ,
No. 142 Farnhani Street, - - - Omaha, Nob
OLD KENTUCKY WH1BKIE3 A BPEOIALTT.
MA(llNT fOlt Till ULDOIUDO WINK OOUi'ANY, CALIKOKN1A 4
- - - .Omaha.
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