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-jrHE OMAHA BEE
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K. ROSEWATF.R, Tabllsher.
The unfortunate woman, Maggie
Hughe, died this morning at 8
o'clock. A clergyman and his wife
were at her bedsido last OTcniug and
administered to her all the spiritual
comfort in their power.
There are two gcntlonien named
J. Leonard, living in this city. The
one employed ut tho steam laundry
don't object to tho other talcing his
letters out of the postofllec, if ho will
only return iliem within a reasonable
timo after opening. and reading them.
Tho mistake in ono that cannot be
Last evening a white woman,
living with a colored man named
TliomiH, on the alley back of tho
Court House, became tired of life,
no one can blame her for it,-r
und Hwallowed u dose ot morphine.
Dr. Van Camp wm Hciit for, and,
after piying open her mouth, ho
managed to givo her nufllcient
emetics to cause a violent upheaval,
which saved lior from a suicide'
Mr." J. Leonard, living in North
Omaha, in Armstrong's uddition has
the finest lot of fowls in tho State of
Nebraska. For two yearn past ho has
been engaged in raising them for Ida
own amusement, and ho now pro
loscs to supply eggs for hatching pur
poscH to whoever may wish them.
His purchascs-liavc been made direct'
ly from the most reliable growers in
tho Kast. ilis hennery in well worth
a visit from those who fancy tine
Geo. H. Pittkrhon, Cigar Manu
facta rer, lias constantly on hand the
liestbranjn of cigars; also, "Fruit
nnd FJowcrs," Lono Jack and Dur
ham mnoking tobaccos. oc20yieod
A bleiiilll Ncliriue.
Tho new Hchcmo of the Kentucky
Library Lottery, which draws tho
8th of April, 187U, is the fairest and
most tempting ever offered to tho
public. There are 10,000 gifta
rangingfrom 10 to $100,000. In
other words there is ouo chance in
ten to draw a prize, and one in 100
to drawn largo prize. Go to Sut
phen's tobacco store,' 214 Farnham
Ktrect, and buy your tickets.
-i SrZ- v
I have now on hand some of the
best fowls over introduced into Ne
braska, as I have purchased them re
gardless of cxponee, from the moat
reliable men in the country. I can
spare a few dozen eggs lor hatching
purposes at reasonable rates, trom
tho following varieties: Light
Urahina, Dark Brahma, Buff Cochin,
nnd white-faced black Spanish. These
can bo seen at my yards, in Arm
strong's Addition, in North Omaha,
near the steam laundry. For partic
ulars address J. Leonard, Lock Box
183, Omaha, Neb. d&wlt.
Get your watch and jewelry re
paired at Whipple fc Sander's, 2G4
Douglas street, near corner of ICth.
Huttkimck'h Patterns for Spring of
1873, ut 2l)S N. W. corner Sixteenth
and Dodgo streets. marl.'lwl
Spring stylo of hatajust received
at Mrs. 0. Wood's, No. 28G Douglns
Indian curiosities at 1(53 Farnham
See McKelligou's card on tho fourth
Tin: best aikon in tho city at Latey's.
O.L.Jenkinb & Co., 009 Thir
teenth street, doe THE BEST print
Go TO tho Omahi Hair Store, No.
031 1-tth street, upposito postofllce,
and exam! no tho elegant hair goods
just received. A largo stock con
stautly on hand. Mrs. K. Adams
& Mrs. O. Kolman's. marl 2 lm
1Jim,Hi:ais Letter Heads, Htnto
incuts and Circulars printed in the
very best and latest styles, ut the
Bi:u oflic. janOtf
Hnow rust and window situs at
IS ilomtm'a. JaaOtf
TiiEitMOMurnuu nt UaliuauY
Brilliant Success of the
Mconnorchor's First Effort.
Turner Hall last evcuiuir was tho
sceno of gaiety, fun, and festivity, the
occasion being the first masquerade
ball ever given by the Omaha Mien I
nerchor Society. At an early hour
the galleries, and every place where
spectators could obtain a view of the
ball-room floor, were filled by the cit
izens who came to enjoy tho fun.
The crowd was so great that the sale
of tickets had to bo stopped, and hun
dreds, unablo to obtain ndmission,
wcro turned away, much to their dis
appointment. The maskers k'gaii entering the
ball-room about oight o'clock, mid
continued to come till ten, when the
floor was crowded, and had tho hall
been twice as large, it would hardly
hare afforded space enough for tho
frolicsome movements of the varie
gated assemblage. The fun began by
a "polonaise" by tho Omaha City
Band, after which tho programme, as
previously published in tho Bee, was
The frog quadrille, by eight mem
bers of the Micnncrchor, was n lnugh-
ablo scene, especially when ono of
the frogs tried to rovorso naturo by
attempting to turn himself into a
polly wog by bursting tho seat of his
The "great murder" was a bur
lesque ou Fisk and Stokes.
The cavalry quadrille, by four stu
dents, mounted on horses, and four
ministers riding on asses, was a most
laughable feature of the evening's
entertainmont. Tho naturalness of
f the braying of tho asses was only ex
celled by tho delightful strains of
music sent forth by Pfau's patent
At eleven o'clock tho grand pro
cession was formed, in the following
order: Metropolitan police, sjven
men with n captain ; banner with the
motto "Ulk," accompanied by four
Chinese ; "Credit Mebilier" and "Our
Ring;" floor committee ; Prince Car
nival in a wagon, drawn by four
"snow-white black" horsti; frogs;
two Jesuits ; four ministers on jack
asset; tho press; murder; "Ruebe
zahl" and dwarf retinue ; patent or
gan; and other masqueraders. Tho
procession then moved around the
hall in n grand promenade, after
which the unmasking took place, and
Princo Carnival delivered an address,
full ot happy hits, sharp
points, and good jokes, all
of which wore highly enjoyed
by the audience. Those who did not
understand German had it translated
to them by somo Teutonic friend.
The unmasking created considera
ble merriment, as everybody then
learned " who was who." Every
variety of character, nationality, oc
cupation and rank, was represented
in tho motley crowd. The costumes
were appropriately and elegantly
gotten up, and the principal charac
ters were represented by persons who
acted tholr parts well. Prince Car
nival was represented by Mr. Fer
dinand Scliroeder, who acquitted
himself excellently; King Charles,
by Mr. Max Meyer; Queen, -by Mis.
Wirth; Highlanders, by Mr. Ed.
Creissmau nnd City Clerk McCune ;
Canteen Girl, by Mrs. Pfau ; Sailor,
by Charley Weston ; Long Noso, by
City Treasurer Stecn ; Colored Coach
man, by Walter Jeromo ; and many
others which we cannot recall to
mind now. After tho masquerade,
dancing continued till five o'clock
The masquerade was tho most bril
liant affair of tho kind that has ever
taken place in this city, and wo doubt
if it could be excelled in any city of
the United States of tho size of
Omaha. No expense or pains were
spared to attain this end, and every
body is satisfied with tho result.
Long live the Maenncrchor.
Read the advertisement that has
the SMALL PICTURE of a Buggy.
PRICES REDUCED TODAY. 1 1
25 cents a pair paid for pigeour, at
McAusland's gun store inarl8M
New spring Hats at Mrs. O.UIroy's.
Selling cheap. Harney street near
A cau load of choice apples re
ceived this day by Clark fc French.
Ob, Carry the News to Mary.
I have got n new coach, and I
don't want anybody to turn up their
uoscs at it. It is a nice, cheap hitch
up, and will carry six passengers and
baggage. Givo me a cull and I will
please you all, at the old reliable
stable, corner of Ninth and Douglas
streets. John T. Clark.
One car load of window glass just
received nt C. F. Goodman's.
For tho finest homemade caudles
go to Latey's, maMtf
A full assortment of wax flower
material just received nt Goodmans.
LADIES' FANCY BAZAAR AND
CORSET EMPORIUM. The store
room No. 500, Fourteenth street, be
tween Farnham and Douglas, will be
occupied by Messrs. Riegelmau
Bros., of New York City, a a ladies'
furnishing and fancy goods establish;
went, ou or about the 1st of April,
THE MILO JCLUB.
Tho Members Entertain
Thoir Friends With a
bition and an
per. The Milo Club is tli mime of uu
organization of young gentlemen,
formed a few weeks ago for tho pur
pose of gymnastic excrete. A room
was rented over Meyer's music Jlore,
and furnished with all the necessary
apparatus usually found in n first
class gymnasium. Since its opening
the members havo been engaged in
their sparo hour's in winding up their
musclo in various ways by fencing,
sparring, horizontal and parallel bar,
dumb-bell, trapeze, ladder, swing, In
dian club, nnd rowlng-pullor prac
tice. Last evening they, gave an enter
tainment to a party of invited friends,
who nil highly enjoyed tho exhibition
of muscle, agility, and skill.
Messrs. Robert Armstrong and Saun
ders, did n little boxing, nnd showed
up the beauties of the manly art.
Mr. Armstrong's immaculate, shirt
bosom was slightly discolored by a
few drops of claret from the princi
pal projection on his faco which
collided rather too sovcrely with his
opponent's glove. Mr. Ren. Totten,
in his jumping feats, niton ished the
assemblage, and elicited considerable
applauso ; tho samo may bo said of
Mr. Lehman, who is probably the
best gymnast in the city. Mr. Joe
Lehmcr'ri feats on tho bars wcro ex
cellent. Budd. Brown flew through
tho air on tho trapeze with the
greatest of case. The Rev. Mr.
Carglll, the instructor of tho club,
acquitted himself in u manner that
proved conclusively that muscle and
Christianity aro not inconsistent with
each other. The gentlemen who did
tho fencing, Messrs. Burlny and
Saunders, were highly complimented
by tho audience on their skilfull use
of the foils.
At the ronclusion of the entertain
ment, the members of the club invit
ed their guests to sit down to nu ele
gant supper, in n side room, furnish
ed by n lirst-class restaurateur.
The Milo Club has become n per
manent institution, which is owing to
the fact that it is composed of the
right sort of young men, who deserve
considerable credit for their persevcr
ence mid energy in establishing n
gymnasium in this city, where m
many similar attempts hare failed for
want of backbone in thnso who un
At the City Council meeting last
evening tho following members were
present: Bartlett, Bristol, Doyle,
Gibson, Jones, Lucas, Martin, Mc
Kelligon, Swobe, and Thurston, and
The City Engineer advised the
Council to postpono- action on the
sewerage question, as the plans were
He also gave an estimate ou a
bridge on the bottoms. It will cost
Hon. J. M. Woolworth in a com
munication, notified the city of
judgments ho had obtained ngainst it.
Tho proposition to settle in city
bonds at par was referred to tho judi
ciary committee. -
A petition from C. E. Wheeler,
stating that n valuable horse belong
ing to him broke through n bridge on
Eighteenth street, was referred to
committee on judiciary.
Several letters of inquiry concern
ing Patteo's lottery wero referred to
tho Mnyor to nnswer.
Tho ordinance concerning St.
usury a uveiuie was men laKen up,
and read section by section.
The City Engineer addressed tho
Council, after they hnd gono into
committee of the whole, and ex
plained a plat of tho proposed route.
The committee reported recom
mending tho route as platted by the
engineer. Tho ordinance was recom
mitted. A resolution by Alderman Gibson,
that tho Grand Central Hotel Com
pany be allowed to construct a cess
pool In tho centre of Fourteenth
street, was adopted.
Street Commissioner was author
ized to repair Eighteenth street
Judiciary Committeo reported the
Silsby manufacturing company bill
for $1,000, and advised that the com
pany pay $200 in settlement, and no
more. Adopted. Further considera
tion was postponed n week.
Deputy U. S. Mnrshal Bierbowcr
appeared and served n writ of man
damus, calling for a levy of special
tax to pay judgments in tho Cooper
case, by J. M. Woolworth, plaintiff's
attorney. On motion, Judgo Wake
ley was entrusted with the caso on
the part of tho city.
Mr. Swobe called for communica
tion of tho committeo to whom was
referred tho question of bridges over
North Omaha creok to tho new ferry
landing. It was read, and tho fol
lowing resolution, by Jones, was
Jleiolvnl, That tho City Clerk bo,
and ho is hereby directed to adver
tise for proposals for tho erection of a
bridge across tho slough, north of
the U, P. machine shops, on Eighth
street, said bridge to be built accord
ing to plans and specifications to be
furnished by tho City Engineer; bids
to bo opened at tho meeting of tho
Council two weeks from last evening.
All bills on President's table were
referred to Committee on Claims.
EBEItnART tells you TRUTH !
You SAVE from 2 to $16 In each
BABY BUGGY at tho "BAZAR."
P. S.-WALL PAPER, cheap. It
Black Alpacas a
dec7tf at Cruickshauk's.
BOB AND MOLL.IE.
Or Boot Hol vs. Razor.
This niorniiijj a coloied mnu mim
ed Bob Catlin, living on tho alloy
running past tho "Senate," liegan a
quarrel with his wife, wuoo maiden
nninc was Mnlliu Wilson, nnd who
was recently p.irdoned out of the
penitentiary. From words the nllitir
terminated in blows nnd scratches.
Hob walloped his wife soundly for
ten or fifteen minutes, nnd raised
such n diturhanco about it, that
about two hundred pooplc collected
in the alloyjto mjc what was up. Po
lice whistles wcro repeatedly blown,
but there wasn't a "beak" within
hearing distance. Before Bob got
through with Mollic, he lot ono of his
feet strike her in ono of her organs of
sight, which terminated tho physical
part of tho row, but not tho loud
mouthed and vile words, which flow
ed forth freely. Molllo obtained a
razor, nnd paraded tho streets in
search of her brutal husband, whom
she wanted to "cut deep." Both par
tics were afterwards arrested and
brought before tho Polico Court.
Mollic wanted Bob bound over "to
keep de justice ob do peace," but
Judge Porter concluding that the
justice of tho peace could keep him
self, fined Bob $5.00 and tho costs.
District Court Hon. George II. Luke
The following business was trans
acted in tho District Court yesterday
and to-day :
C. II. Church ct nl vs. Jo-epk
Eythc ct nl; le.ivo to aincni peti
tion. The People ex rcl, Roboit Town-
send, Probate Judge, vs. Board of
County Commissioners, in the opin
ion of tho Court, being right in re
fusing to pay n salary to the Probate
Annie Eastwood vs. II. Johnson et
nl; decree of foreclosure for $llft.33.
J. A. Morrow vs. John Burke;
leave to reply to-morrow.
J. H. Tennant et nl vs. J. A. Den
ton ; default against defendant.
Johlel Reed et al vs. E. P. Child ;
default ngainst defendant.
Mots Ballon vs. If. B. Myers et nl ;
judgment for $011.45.
F. J. Raingc vs. E. Estabrook. l)is
iniel. Tho Grand Jury presented two in
dictments uflainst Morris Goldstein
for obtaining ride on railroad by
The Grand Jury tetiorlcd favora
bly on tho condition ot tho jail.
In tho caso of Geo. Graham v.s
Jas. W. Davis, Win. Ruth and others,
a verdict this morning was rendered
against Ruth for $3,Ifi8.fiO.
C. W. Burt vs. Clemens et al, on
Mr-Geo. E. Slovens left to-day
Ex-United States Maishal Hoilo
is in the city to-day.
S. A. Taylor, of the firm of S. A.
Taylor & Co., went West this morn
ing with money to pay an insurance
policy to the heirs of the late Moses
BUhop Sliarjie, one of the leaders
of Mormouism, nnd superintendent
of tho Utah Central railroad passed
through the city bound forSaltLakc,
accompanied by his son.
Among tho many arrivals nt the
Wyoming nre the following : M. S.
Denslow, Chicago: T. T. Kennard,
Lincoln ; II. S. Cooper, Chicago ; J.
J. Jackson, Glenwood ; William Ma
lone, Glonwood; R. P. Fenton,
Austin, Nev.; A. Mendenliall, Mon
CARD I've trod on some one's
corns, by selling BABY BUGGIES
cheaper than they can. You can
see it HURTS. Whv? Bccauso I
sell TEN TIMES as many nnd just
20 PER CENT below them. W. &
E.'s BAZAR has the ONLY COM
PLETE and LARGEST stock ever
brought to Omaha. LET ME
ALONE! or 111 wll cheaper yet.
PRICES REDUCED TO-DAY.
It EBERHART, Manager.
Tho friends of Rev. G. W. Gue, of
the First M. E. Church, propose giv
ing him n donntion visit to-morrow,
Thursday evening, in tho parlors of
the church. All nre invited.
Come and see those ..nobby Bis
marck ties just arrived.
marl'Jeotltf 198 Douglas street.
SPRING STYLE FELT and
CLOTH HATS this day received, at
ARMSTRONG A SHOCK'S, 618,
Thirteenth street. They aro the
NEATEST ever issued, marl 8 2t
M. J. O'Neill is receiving a fine
line of spring styles, selected by him
self in the New York market, nnd
thoso examining his stock will find it
much Biiporinr to those solectod from
Genuine custom-mado clothing
by M. Elgutter, 200 Farnham street,
Omaha, NcK marlSnil
Three store rooms nnd lot, cornor
12th and Douglas strcoU. Also a
lot ou St. Mary's Avenue. Apply to
JubT UECEiVhn. Silk and fancy
dress goods; beautiful nnd stylish.
Also Indies' ties in variety.
marl4l0 Stephens & Wilcox.
FiusH nsir nnd all kinds of salt
fish kept by Clark ic French.
Crockery, china, glassware, silvcr-
plated ware, cutlery, etc., will bo
sold cheat) at Crcmcr's old stand, 222
I ... .i . ..' .
rariiunm street, commencing March
21, 1873. Hu1iicm is meant, as it i
the desire to tell clean tho bankrupt
stock, to make room for n now ami
complete line of goods pertaining to
this branch of hti'iuc-s.
marl'J It JoelT. Giui'i'i.v.
Just received another lot of Ladies
nnd Misses' lino kid nnd serge shoes,
nil new styles for spring wear.
1 1 Grand Central Shoo Store.
RICJOICE AND 1JB GLAD!
SOUND THE LOUD TIMBREL
over tho arrival of tho elegant stock
of SPRING GOODS just received
by tho merchant tailor, JOHN II.
STEIN. The finest in tho market.
Not to be surpassed any whore.
SPRING STYLE SILK DRESS
HATS, now ready at ARMSTRONG
SHOCK'S, 518, Thirteenth street.
For NEATNESS and QUALITY
they cannot be excelled.
Tne prico of two dollars a lesson
has had the effect of keeping a great
many out of the evening class in
shorthand, in fact, of limiting its
membership to five. That it is not
too high, tho projectors of the olass
aro convinced ; but they had much
rather teach n chis of fifteen at one
dollar a lesson than five at two. As
an inducement therefore, to nu Hi
creaso of tho class, they have reduced
the price per lesson to one dollar.
Next moptintr on Fridav evening
next, nt Mr. Peabody's law oflice,
RedickV Opera IIoiit.
Sweesey ikCuTiiiu:iiT.soN'A livery
stableson Dodge and Fifteenth streets'
nnd corner of Douglas and Fifteenth
streets. We keep nt nil times for
liiie, n good supply of first class car
riage, and double nnd ninle buggies.
Best accommodations in the city for
hoarding and feeding horses,
2,-1,000 "rolls WALL PAPER
NOW IN STOUIC, AND MORE
COMING FOR THE SPUING
TRADE. ALL NEW AND
CHOICE PATTERNS, nt
S. C. ABBOTT & CO.'S,
mlOcodtf 183 Faknh x.m Sr.
Ri;8i.VEf CAKiHof the latest styles
nt tho Bin: oflice, quick, neat and
cheap. Call nnd see. janOtf
Onion Sin, cheap at Bruiier S. &
On TuftJuy muriilig, Mnrcli IS, 1171, Mr.
Trimoit Hrndy, vne4 KG iiam,
Funeral will take flate on TliurUr, llaidi
Mth, atZiAlmk i ., akart, fium liar latu
rwMeiiisoii Soeulli atrcet, ast of the U. I'.
fclion. l'rk'Uils ami ncsualiitaiicia will rilcast
Like notice. Clilc.igt jiajiera leM copy.
NOTICE. AJTsrtlsoments of To Let, l'or
Sale, Ijst, Wants, Foiiml, Hoarding, Ac, will
be lnsertwlln these columns once for TEN
CENTi per line; caeli autiscnuRiit Insertion,
FIVE CENTtl per Una. The first Insertion
nerer less slian TWENTT-l'IVK CENfd.
AUOOB IIAKOAIN.-A gocxl faros of 10.1
acres for hale J 39 ncriii broken ; SO acris
feiunl ; 'Jlucruj of kooJ tliulxr si Ilk It ; tills
I'ood and terms low ; within a ftw tulles of
Omnlia. Aily at this office. inurllKIl
IpSTIUY A red ami nhlluiow, with nids
'J ot horns broken on Any person hearing
of nalil row, by ltulug Inioiiuatlon ut this
olllce, will Lo rewarded. U. (ILKAsjON.
Wanted. A Olrl to do general housework
In a small family. Ch.is tl. Wells, corner
Chicago and Ittud streets. unris-'Jl"
T7astfd. A well furrlsked roem, couren
Y lent to U. I'. It. It. offices. Addrevi V.
It. M., City, (iTlu(deterlhtlunf reom.
"ITTastpd. A drl to help In a itrrss-i inking
T V ahop. Apply to Mrs. Iteed, East side of
Elerenth fctreet, lietween Dodge street and Cni
Itol arenue. marl8-3t
pARTNKR WAKTKD. 1'ar an ofllra bus
X lness. Kuijulre at room 4, N. E. corner of
rourtccnthand Douulas street. Employment
office lUilJIUblNESSA'lENUY. marl7-t
WANTED A good dry goods dalesman.
Address W. M. Jlujhiuuu, Douorau
' " ' "l
I 71011 HALE At a bargain, KculltTatocJ farm,
; three lulled from Ike illy. Inqulreof
A. J. MMl'sON,
aiarlO-lf r.O. Building.
FURMS TO IIENT.-Sereral lino farms near
1 Holies ue, containing from Su to 'iWl airmof
uow broke land, ready for seeding, In pnrcels
toauil. Apply to A. W. CLAItlvK,
JIUUtli: llltKAKINd.-l'artles drilling
. breaking done may leure orders at 16'j
arnhani street, We start our trams Momlny,
the 17th. 1'IIAV CO,
tcimpi)Vmi:nt okkice and okni:rat.
ijj 1iuhin1m.s akoncy-hou3es ami
ItOOM.S HKNTEI), llUHINKhS CHANCES
HOUUIIT AND HOI.U.-AH those Imrlng any
buslncu In this line will aare all trouble, and
ran be accommodated on short notice at small
expense, by applying at the new and systemat
ically arranged. Agency of (U.O. NOIIRIH, N.
K. corner Tourteenth and. Douglas streets,
up-stalrn, Kereral nke rooass and houses ou
hand, and 100 more wanted Immediately,
1JIOU ItHNT-10 acres of laud Immediately
J west of Mr. C. Auinock. Apply to the
unilerslgned, No, 435 Thirteenth street, rear of
Hrst National Hank. . HUOUb.
mO LET One furnished room, at .1. II
X Tierce's, No. W)6 l'arnhani at,, oyer i:i
riOR BAl,i:.-Elghty acrea l land, three
V miles from larnhim street, northwest.
Tlio whole, or In lots of 10 acre or 20 acres
to suit purchasers. Very suitable for garden
ing, small fruits, etc. 1'rlces low. Apply at
my residence, corner Joan and Sixteenth sis.,
Omaha. A. It. ORCHARD,
TOK riUST-CLARS No. 1 TUIININO, In
J erery style, and that at your own price,
ime to JOHN NUSI.F.IN, oae block weatof
marl eod If.
FOIl HA1.1J Oil ltl.NT.-80 acre farm to
rent, )i miles north of city ; 10 acres to
trade on town property) 10 acres for sale on
lime; 'i town Iota, one oa 271 Ii and Cuming
streets, and ens ou Kth street ont anan of
horses, wltk wagoui t 2 wagons and 1 buggy,
by JOSlIl'H IIKDMAN,
Corner 10th anil Irard sts.
MKN wanting steady employment,
In the tlty or elsewhere, will do
on or address
O.T. WILLIAMS CO.,
SIS Fourteenth at., Omaha, Neb.
well to call
""I OLD 1)1
m.ST"-TU host brand ol Raring
at Flour In this market. Uftry
ital. Ask yoir grocer for It.
T. J. HAMILTON,
IsU-lm ISO Dodge St., VboliJu Ageut.
WYMAN & EBERHART'S
Sft in s.in.
now la the
"VARIETY IIAZAK" sell BETTER
BABY OAKUIAOES. and 20 icr
cont. BELOW other dealers. Don't
be l'OOLISH, and buy elsewhere.
Sent C. O. I). Stato stvlo ami prico.
Address AL. O. EEUHAUT,Ian
ai;cr. P. S. Send in wholesale or
ders for Stationery, Toys, and Fancy
WYO MING HOTEL
Ira P. (tliy & Co., Prop's.
Oauha, Nebraska. S. E. cor. 0th nod Farnlnm
Oeneial office if tho U. V. It. II. directly
Also convenient to the sercral ticket offires
and baggage depot.
l'ajwngtr Transfer Company oflice illicitly
Oiiinlhusses start for nil trains from this
point, and all baggage la transferred from this
(Jurats notified of the arrltal and departure
ot trains. amgiJdtf.
The Central Hotel
The nrir i.iiIMIim al the southeast corner of
Lcavenonith nnd Tenth streets, one block
north of V V l)eit.
It'll r'Ui:i, TIMES, 1'rop.
(Ret Poitirlus nnd Dodge),
I'Rorr.n.iiut-r. SCIIAIlN'llliliM.', fnrmerlt
of IhfM. ;nim
Day It-.jpl, per .ek, t. IWirdlii' and
lodging nt Hit Inner! lates, 1 he Iiouho bus
lieeu iieirly furnished mid icpjlred. firJI-tf
TO THK CITIZKXS OP OMAHA.
THE EMPIRE ICE CO.
Ale no prrpii-l i CDS' I'll UT bu ,uid till
..II ilti:i:-. ill I heir Hue
X O IE
All orders pioHiptly llllel nt the lowest rates.
N. it We aie notnioiuhlnallou company,
"SEXUAL SCIEMJK," nt 18:1 Cupl.
tol nteniic. Price, $3.75.
Also, "THE URE.VT INDUSTRIES
OF THE UNITED STATES."
House and Sign Painters,
GRAINING, GILDING, DECORA
TION AND BANNER
lotli, llcfwtsii Knriilinm nuil Ilnriiry
ICKMOVAl. OF TIIK CAIMTAI..
"Toel woe! In Nluerh III forty ila)s '"
A Jonah nine did hlug:
Toll iiiiiuy a Jon. ill now Is found
'lo shout Ihe M'lf miu thing.
Ami jet the City of the 1'l.iln
In undent da) h did xt.uid,
ko now Nebraska's lupltnl
Urmalns lo rulu the hind.
Hut lliiurr, the Hatter, has lem.n-ed
Just one hlotk up tho stieot,
Ami If J on cannot tend tue phiw,
Ask aey one you meot
Tor the New York Hat Store. 2.VJ TJoi'iglas at.
KveijthliiK at tho lowest hew York prices.
J-'urs it ii il (Moves closing olT cheap. Hprlng
style of Hats now re.-ulv. Hut and for rennlr.
Jna done In tho hest umiiuer. Mil6tl
COIL 17T1I AND CHIL'A(H).
rurtitshesth 1'remlum llrooni, and warrants
It first tlasa. Umaha, Neb. feblStf
A.-y3sri uas i
Awnings of all descriptions made ami put up.
Old Awnings ItKfOVKltKI).
A Specialty Mntlo of Crnnk AwulnifH,
lly UKMJAMIN l. JON1CS,
loarll-tf 37 Fnrnliaiu Ut.
JL..1-J J - 1
Sixth Ward Registration Notice.
I will sit ut llngliie Knurs No. Onp, Thurr
day, Marili a7lli, 1873, from lu o'clock a. it. to
S I'. II., fr the riglidmllon of oters.
FliNt Wnrd IleifiNt ration Notice.
The undersigned will sit al Turner Hall, nu
Monday, March 17tli and 'J4tn, cadi, and at ills
ploceof busluessoii Fourteenth street ou Hut
unlay, March 29, tor the pursue of making ad
ditions mid corrections to the list of registered
roters In the first Ward,
A. J. doyi.i:,
SECOND WARD REGISTRATION
The undesigned will sit at Hut oflice of J, W.
..I. L'-.. ..... r,.t. il. It. I
w - u I.Im VrtVI. I.W , IVI IM. 'III.IDV VI MII.B-
Ingmldltlons and corruttons to tho present
..'R -"I'lltlW'l. MIL. lUttUIIUU. ,U ... l
list nf reirlslereil vrilurs nf IliA 'Jntl wnril.
A. It. UnctiABD, lteglstriir.
Third Wnrd Rffe'lstrntlon.
H...M , ...nun .aiii huh -ui, inr Ilia correciiou
of and additions to the registry of yotersof
the Third Ward.
IUIstrar Third Ward.
'o1lt'ft to tlio Legal Voters of tlie
I'uurth Ward, Omaha Clly.
The undersigned, Itrglslrar, will alt, on Mon
day andlursday, the 17th and 23th lasts., at
John T. Ldgara Hardware Htore, No. 246
Douglas street, and on Thursday, Friday, and
hnlurday, the 2uth, 21st. and 22d lusts., at J, K.
Iloyd'a olltce. No. 4ThlrIcenlhatreet, In rear
of the First Natlon.il lunk, for the pur5 of
making rorreitlous, etc.
marll-lw I'. IIUdUH.
FIFIII WARD REGISTRATION
The unde. signed will sit at WlUln'a Store,
Southwest corner of Thirteenth aud Chicago
streets, on Tuesday, Marrli Utli, and Wednes
day and Witurday. March 24th and 28lh, for
corrections and addition to the list oMUgls
lerad Voters of the Filth ward.
LlIAb. . UUUNEB, Bejlstur.
"'wiifii J sPj?
...it', r.s'i. iTJiuer J iiirieviim uuu I urmiiiui bib,
oyer the First National lt.ink, Friday, Hatur
day and Monday, March 'ii, 'JJ and 111, from tl
tfl A ii'aIiaI. ...Ii il. fi ... ....... a i.f m.b.
Notice Is hereby glrcn that I will sit at Ihe
office of John M. Thurston, in Caldwell lllock,
on Friday, Murch 21st, and oil Friday and Hat-
WILSON fc WEBER.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in. Every Gas
EYKItY MACHINE WARRANTED !
The BEST for all PRACTICAL USE.
Tluiii Offered by any other Itclinblo Oompniiy.
Cotton Thread, 75o Per Doz.
500-Yard Spools, Six for One Dollar.
Fio-iasa? stock rcrxr tubj city,
AT KA.HTHUX IMtlGIW.
WILSON & WEBER,
2i!Lr)0llglas st., - - - Omaha.
C. S. GOODRICH,
THE ONLT COMPLETE STOCK OF
From two to twelve dollars saved on each
Carriage by buying from ns.
IlliHtrnlcil Catauxipiw mid l'mci: Lists Furnished on Application.
O. S. GOODRICH.
NEXT TO THE GRAND CENTRAL. 20! FARNHAM STREET.
WM. N. WHITNEY,
255 Douglas St., bet. Fonrleentli ami Fifteenth,.
For a few days, will sell AT COST, a large as-'
BOOTS -AJSTID SHOES,
To make room for SPRING GOODS. All kinds
of NEW GOODS will be sold at
,.,.r,M, LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
DEWEY & STONE,
HAVi: ON IIAND.AS I.AIIOI: A STOCK AND AS Olti:ATj!A
Variety of Furniture
AS CANJ UK IVOUNO IN ANY EbT.lM.I.SIIMIlNT
BA.ST OR WEST1
187 and 1S9 Farnham Street, Omaha, Nebraska,
" TIN PLATE, AND
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines!
I'arlltuUrattention will lo paid to Orders from
Let can sato hath tlnioiind
ORDRna nni.TniTRn Awn RTrnPAnTrnv nrrAniMTrrin. W
ttWsxiie Western Agency for Nchriiskit
Charter Oak and Stewart Cooking StoveB.
Knd fur 1'rko Lists. Address
warMU Omaha, 3Nr-fc.
WM. HTKI'UENH. " ' r..TvU.C()x"
STEPHENS & WILOOX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.-!
Carpets, Notions and Indian Goods,
ROBES AND FURS,
239 Farnham St.
M. J. McKELLIGON,
Importer and Jnblior of Foreign nnd DomcHtlo
"Wines and Liquor
No. 142 Farnham Street,
OLD KENTUCKY WniBKIEB A 8PE01ALTT,
.PT-AOKNT FOK TIIK KLIKJHAIJO WINK UOMl'ANY, f ALIKOHNIA AJ
t-g '. &
tho Trade. Merchants fnuronlenl lo this uajMV
tnoiiey hy oiilcrlngfroiu us. LV
and Ihe Wcflcrn Territories for the
- - OMAHA fl
- - - Omaha, Nol
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