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THE OMAHA BEE
01TICIAL l'At'BIl OP THE CITV.
TUP, OMAHA DAILY MX
In (ctTCl In iitlsy rilipri by (urrlcr, In any
fartol Hid c It j-, every etctiliip, (Htm.layn r
cented,) "l tlltceii i-iits r week, ur 188.8.131.52 for
six month', and J7 to ieriitiniiiu, when mlil
In nJ ram r.
Curriers lira nut allowed In riii-hr muiioy lor
ulncHiitiuMJ. or lo tell mules of the DAILY
All i-umi'Ulnts about Insularities. ddressed
lothls oflicuwlll recclre .loinl attcnllun.
TiikOmuia Iuii.y llkk will Ik iiiall.il to
aulacrlhers al ihr following rates, ihjhI.Ic Iiih
rlsbly In altaiuc)
t7.i0 Mr milium.
H.7J " Qmonll
1 UK Omaha 1UiL, IInk has lijr lur tho
I,A1UI1-Vr lirrulatluu In I lie illy, and In,
thcrtfotr, the licit mid iho;iiit advertising
Haiku op Aiivkrtisiiii. Uk-iI uuthes, .1
cents cr line! total advertisements, 211
cenl)r lino; lijr the month, IU cent. No
advertisement Inserted for less than .V) cents,
Special nutlet, 10 cents iht lino ; tingle Inser
tion, not Ions than 23 rents.
Transient iibverllseiiicnl must Invariably lie
ild fur In advance.
Ilntcs for Handing advertisement lijr tibial
All l-exl Nolhis, hlHteiucn.ts, Tabular
Work, ute , requiring i artful revision lijr cujiy,
nr liruof tube furiit.lie.1. must I., lmiuli.il In
lure ten o'lluck 4. M. tu Injure Insertion the
StnocUlaiid lurl advertisements before two
clock p. t.
Adverllsciucnl More one o'clock p. M.
All luherlUeiucuts fur the Wkuki.y Hkk
mint b handed In befuro Monday noon, lur the
sanio wifek's lue.
On and after October twenty-Hrst, 1S71, the
city circulation of tho Daily; IIkk is assumed
lijr Mr. IJdwIn Havls, to whose order all sub
n'ritluiiH nut paid at the of llco will ke ayTile,
ami hy whom all rccoiils forsub-tcrlnttoii will
E. UOSKWATKIl, Publisher.
A iiroiniiiont but rather liiinow
minded dealer it; high-priced enrpcts,
is recently employing his spare tinio
in, lm mining fot advertisements in a
m.nirtinotli but reudorliMs nownpapei
in these p.irtti. .Judging from tho
nmoiiiit or time than gcneroimly
wasted by tho dealer in tjuettiun, the
demand for hicui-pctrt must bo rather
low just nqw. Ifho meets with no
bptter encouragement in his Iegiti
ntato occupation than ho has so Tar
met in lib pli'erilo attempt to prop up
11 decaying newspaper concern, we
fear ho will not require to lay in it
new fltock of carpets in the next live
'fur. Farnham Street
niKjned last ui&Ut with, u
hoime. Chrirftlo and Egan made tie-
cidctl hits. Open to-night with now
Maw and full company. It
Till! Plantkrh Housi: is well fur
nitihetl throughout ; two parlor belts,
21 bed-Heads and bedding, dining
room and kitchen well furnished,
dlslie.i and stoves, carpets, etc. Sale
will tako placo on tho premises, Tues
day, May Oth, at 10 o'clock a. m.
C. Wilson, Auctioneer.
Came of IIIHnnlt
Pr. riinoy, one. of tha meuibers of
the County Jinard for the examina
tion of tho insane, this morning cx
nmincd John JohiiHon, living with
Peter Johnson, on Twelfth street,
near Capitol avenue, who is wild to
bo insane. He made a report to the
other members of tho Hoard Gen.
C F. Mandcrson and Major Arm
Rtrong, Clerk of the District Court
this afternoon at 3 o'clock. This is
tho first caso that has come before
llio Hoard under tho new iusauo law.
Foim spools Coats! thread for 2fc,
or three for 20c, at Hush man's now
cash atorc, 13th st.
Ci.auk & Fjikncii havo received
another invoice of choico Japan tea.
Vtrbenas Strang J'lant, $1.25 per
dozen, at Floral Hall, comer of Six
teenth and Douglas streets. No
agents employed by us.
ap20tf Kyan & Co.
Look for bargains in dreaa goods,
shawls, or anything iu,M'o dry goods
lino at Hush man's new one price cash
store on 13jlh si., between Douglas
and Farnham. apr20tf
A FINK ASSOUTilKNTOF COIN
.SETS AT ItlEGKLMAN HKO.'S
LADIES' FANCY HAZAlt.
VA iMle Trout T. C. HrunnerV.
NorwiTHSTANDiNti tho extra ex
penso necossary to the cnlargmcnt
and improvement ofhisolegant cloth
lug omporium, Stcln, tho fashionable
tailor of tho West, still continues to
outfit his customuM at .ho old re
duced rates. IIo has tho best cutter
west of Now York City. aprl'Jtf
"Jjiphtiuf wait on succm.". This
is why so many nro praising tho ele
gant suits made by Stein ho succeeds
In adorning all who order their
flothcM from him. 2iltf
0. II, Fitch pays cash for second
hand furniture. -190 Twelfth stteot,
botween Farnham and Harney.,
LACKS, FUINGIS, GIMPS AND
OTHER DKKSS TltlMMINS, AT
IHEGKLMAN HKO.'S LADIES'
FANCY HAZAlt. aprlStf.
WlUTNKY, tho old roliablo boot
and 6hoo imtn, has received an cud-Ics-s
stock of goods, which ho menus
lo cloao out at tigurca away down.
lItoiiit prices paid for raw furs at
A. Hubermaii, 511 and 013, Thir
teenth t., Omaha, mar21tf
U-.IOQIIP "'H 'Muwufi "J U
iNDtAN curiosities at KM Farnham
TO AHVKUTISEKSTho clly cir
dilation of Jho Dally DEE exceeds by
scleral Imntlrctl, that or Its dally
local eouleinporaries combined.
See third page for additional
The St. Joe train was six hours
The steamers Durfeo and Katie
P. Kotintzc are looked for hourly at
Tho Union Pacific train from
the West this nfternoon was two
Tho fines from the Rolled doves
were duo at tho Police Court this
morning, according to law.
Our reverend friends will do u
a kindness by sending in their church
notices at an early hour to-morrow,
The elevator for tho Grand Cen
tra) Hotel arrived yesterday, and
also some steam heating apparatus.
During tho rain-storm of the Inst
two or three days, nn Inch or rain
fell, and not a foot, as some suppoie.
Mrs. StcnhoiinO lectured to nslim
Council Mull's nudienco last evening.
"Mornionism" is the burden of her
fchephens ,V Wilcox hcnt off
four wagon loads of deer and antelope
hides this morning for tho eastern
Tho Union Pacific Director's car,
which convoyed the Presidential
party to (Jnlenn, returned to Omaha
Tho engine that carried tho
President to Galena over the Chica
go & Northwestern, was appropriately
named "General Grant."
An impecunious drunken soldier
vn.s the only case that disturbed tho
hublimo equanimity of the Polico
Judge this morning. lie was dis
charged. Four Sisters of Charity passed
westward through this city yesterday.
Their destination was Missoula, Mon
tana Territory, where they intend
establishing a school.
Overland pas-cugcrst and live
tons of foreign mall, will go east to
morrow over tho Chicago it North
western railroad, tho only road hav
ing a train out on that day.
--Prof. Duval's May party, which
was iohave come offatShoaf's Hall
thU evening, has been postponed to
Monday evening, on account of the
muddy condition of tho streets.
-A car lontl of fish from the Pa
cific const is among tlio freight that
will bo received hero to-morrow by
tho Union Pacific Express Company.
It is destined for Chicago stomachs.
Tho tuna who walked away with
that prize a Scandinavian piece of
money and a bottlo of champagne
to bo given last night to tho best bil
lard player at Larson's billiard room
in (Jibe's Hall, was tho well known
comedian, Mr. James Nccly, who
knows how to chalk his cuo and
punch the ivories in a scientific man
ner. Tho complimentary concert that
has bceu tendered Mr. E. M. Gage,
Thursday evening, at Simpson's Hall,
by the best of our homo vocal and
instrumental talent, will bo a splen
did afi'air. We understand that Miss
Fannie Kellogg, tho well known
songstress of Council Hlttfi's, will also
assist. Quito a number of tickets
havo already been wold for tho enter
tainment. Tho following choico bit of
scandal w nu Omaha Judge, was
clipped from an Iowa.paper: "Wiso
sayings of great men are very inter
esting reading, mul tho remark of
tho Omaha Judge will bo handed
down among tho Rayings of eminent
persons. Said ho, tmittiug out a quid
of tobacco, and taking n fresh one :
1 1 haven't been judging n great
while, but I think I can snatch jus
tice bald-headed as well as any on
Tito Now York Harbor Shop,
located on tho south side of Farn
ham, between 10th and 11th, Is so
called becauso Mr. Henry Dlllmnn,
tho senior partner of tho firm of Dill
mnu & Schroeder, proprietors, is n
Now York barber, and can cut hair in
the latest and most fashionnblostyle.
This shop is one .the neatest in the
city, having been roccntly rofitted,
painted, and decorated. For nn easy
shnvo, and an attractive and stylish
hair cut, try Dlllmau & Schroeder.
Give tlio dovil his due. St. A.
D. Hnlcoinbo, tho siuiuiger of tho
mammoth dilapidated consolidation
a readorless newspapor is doing
himself proud by having a now side
walk laid around his residence on
Sixteenth street and Capitol uvcmic.
It is tlmo ho was doing bomething of
the kind, its hitherto ho has had tho
worst walk in tho city running past
his placo on Sixteenth street. It was
not long ago that a prominent citi
zen canto vtry nearly being killed by
tho man-trap In question, and now
Unit tho nuisance is being abated, it
is suggested that tho manager bo hon
ored with a sorcunda from tho Omaha
Window (ii.As.-i, wholesale and re
tail, at Irwin & Ellis', 221 Farnham
GO AND SEE THE LARGE
STOCK OF KIBHONS, HOWS AND
FICHUS AT RIEGELMAN BRO.'S
LADIES' FANCY I1A.AR.
grand social event.
Tho Silver Wedding of Col.
ana Mrs. Ohaso.
The silver wedding of Col. and
Mrs. C. S. Chase, was celebrated last
evening by a very pleasant eocial par
ty at Simpson's Hall, which, notwith
standing tho muddy condition of tho
streots and tho rainy weather, was
comfortably crowded by the many
friends of the happy couple about
2o0 ladies and gentlemen being
present. A largo number of the
members of the bar were In attend
ance, accompanied by their
wives, and the military was well repre
sented. At an early hour (lancing began.
As the dancers moved gracefully to
the delightful music of the Omaha
City Hand, it was n noticeable fact
that the party was u very drensy one,
there being a largo number ol ladies
who attracted considerable attention
by thcirbeatitiful dresses and toilettes.
Tho gentlemen, too, were nil richly
and appropriately dressed for the oc
casion. Those who did not tako part in the
merry dance, either enjoyed them
selves at n social gamo of cards in a
quiet corner, or passed the time in
Tho supper tables in tho library
wero laden with everything that
could bo desired.
Although Col. and Mrs. Ohaso had
especially requested that no presents
lie given, yet they were mndo the re
cipients, of several costly articles of
silverware, from Judge mid Mrs.
Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Hediek,
Mr. and Mrs. Poppleton, Mr. and
Mrs. Doaite, Judgo and Mrs. Wakely,
Mr. and Mm. Cowiu, Hon. J.
M. Woolworth, United States
J)istrict Attorney Neville, Hon. J. L.
AVcbster, and other members of the
bar. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Strickland,
gave a very costly and appropriate
present. Mrs. Chaso also received. -omo
elegant gold bracelets, with pearl
settings, and other costly gifts.
Col. and Mrs. Chaso received their
friends in tlio happiest manner, and
mado all feel perfectly at home.
Numerous congratulations were ex
tended to them by their guests, and
tho hopo that they would live to cel
ebrate their golden wedding was a
ganoral ono. They wero married at
St. Luke's church, Racine, Wiscon
sin, May 1st, 1843. General surprise
was expressed that so young a look
ing couple could have been married
Tho four sisters of Mrs. Chase,
Mrs. Woolworth, and tho Misses Put
tcrfield, Emily, Fannie- and Nellie
wero all present, and added much to
tho, pleasure of tho occasion, and
greatly assisted in tho reception an.d
entertainment of tho guests.
Master Clcmmio Chase, tho editor
of tho " Excelsior," seemed to enjoy
himself very much, and entertained
the little folks in tho happiest man
ner. Tho party of last evening was a
grand hocial success, and it will long
bo remembered. No expense
or pains wore spared to mako it
such, as it was an event that
occurs but once in a lifo time, and
had boon looked forward to for somo
timo with a great deal of pleasant
anticipation by Col. Chase and his
estimable wifo, and their friends.
CARD. Now" that myself and an
other party havo both told you how
chmp W. & E.'s HAZAR sells I J All Y
BUGGIES, Rlrd Cages and WALL
PAPER you all know where- to buy.
I havo plenty of "blow" (facts) left
yet, ready for use on short notice.
and KING of Haby Iluggy Dealers.
Foil new stylo of millinery goods,
hntr goods, switches, side curls,
frizzes, toupees, etc., go to tho Omnhu
Hair Store, No. 2(12 Douglas street,
between 14th and Kith, at Mrs. Anna
Sorel, French hair dresser. All
kind of hairwork mado to order cheap
and promptly. For human hair I
pay tlio highest prices. april4-lm
A n:w barrels of sweet cider for
sale by Clark & French. apr2.r)tf
Show iv,v-.s nnil window glass nt
H ilomott's. JnnOtf
Cheviot 'Shirts at
Another .Mlli.Url Hull.
The European Restaurant, on Fnni
ham street, botween Tenth and Elev
enth, formerly known as tho Atlantic
Hall Varieties, has been purcha-ed
by certain parties, who intend to turn
it into a first-class minsticl hall, ami
put it under the management of that
votcrau minstrel, Mr. Sam. Gardner,
well known in this city as a gentle
man in every rcsjHJct and a "star" In
his profession. Tho workmen began
this morning to rearrange tho build
ing for tho purpose intended, and in
nbout ten days it will bo thrown open
to tho public as a first-class placo of
Jiuxltior Floral Hull, corner of
Sixteenth and Douglas streots.
np28 tf ,1$ Co-
Humnksh Oajuw of thr latest styles
nt tho Deb ofliro, quick, neat and
cheap.. Call nnd teo. - janOtf
Cam. at the Hub Ollico if you want
I good job printing, nt reasonable prices.
Mr flisnPirA W llfiimiti ! r.i. I
turned from N'tv b ork this morning.
Dr. Hayford, editor of the Lara
mie Daily Sentinel, went West this
Assistant Superintendent Chirk,
of the Union Pacific, relumed from
the West last evening.
George W. MacMillnn, Eastern
passenger agent of the C. H. & Q.
railroad, left lor Hurrisburg, Pa.,
yesterday, his Eastern headquarters.
P. A. Older and wife, of the
Great Trans Atlantic "Exposish,"
are stop,.!i j a Uio Voiiiing, ami
will be oldet before they leave
Alderman W. J. Hamilton went
lo St. Louis a few days ago, nnd yes
terday being moving day, he was
moved to commit matrimony. He
is exacted buck in a few days accom
panied by liis wife.
Senator Hitchcock will soon
start for a visit to the Yiiuna Ex
IKwition. lie will bo accompanied by
his family, whom, upon his return to
Ameiica, lie will leave in Germany
for a time, ns he is desirous that his
children should learn the German
11. P. Stanwood, of Chicago, tho
General Agent of tho Chicago ft
Northwestern railroad, went east to
day. Ho has been rusticating on tho
Pacific slope, and indulging in the
ordinary food of that portion of the
country strawberries, fresh fruit,
salmon and "sich."
Among the many arrivals at the
Wyoming Hotel are the following:
II. D. Williams, Dakota; (!. H.
lliiney, SioiK City; E. Vmith, do.;
C. A. Wesson and family, Nashua, N.
11.; S. D. Robinson, Now Castle, Pa.;
Wm. Crces and family, Pittsburgh ;
O. Denton, Pcria, Ills.
Mr. C. K. Lord, Assistant Gener
al Passenger Agent of tho St. Louis,
Kansas City & Northern railroad, ar
rived in town this morning, mid hon
ored the lli:i: ollico with a visit, in
company with Lyman McCarty,
Western Passenger Agent of the sanio
line. They aro being chaperoned
about tho city by tho gentlemanly
Fnsign, tho ticket manipulator of the
Kansas City, St. Joo & Council HliiU's
sliorthaudlo rou to to St. LouN.
Wi: fail to bee what connection the
recovery of Dr. Conkling has to do
with "River News," as given in tho
last Evening Drone. llrjmbliivn.
Only a mistako in tho "ninkc-up,"
Miner, sumo as there was in yours
got the wrong head over it. Ask
us a harder ono next time.
C. P. R. Wll.UAMH,
Fresh JltttterT. C.
Gexuixi: custom-mado clothing
by M. Elguttcr, 200 Farnham street,
A noon pair of Indies or gents
hose for 10c, at llushman'H, 13th st.
Ni:w styles of summer goods re
ceived daily at Mrs. C. Wood's, 230
Douglas street. apr2i)tf
Juht received, a magnificent stock
of mirrors, chromos and pictuio
frames, at Iticgelman Uros. apr21tf
Sioux City and Omaha llusincss
Colleges open April 21st, 1878. Day
nnd evening sessions. nprliitf
FoitinriN Ai'i'ituciATiON op Am nut
can Chemists. P. H. Mitlmstcn,
Professor of Chemistry and Medicine
at Scralimcr Hospital, Stockholm,
writes, "I havo tested Hall's Vege
table Sicilian Hnir Renowor and can
,wy that it will beautifully re.storo
gray hair to its natural color." 1 1
Sr.R McKelligon's card on tho fourth
Geo. Siiaw, tho most scientific cut
ter west of New York, is with Stein.
NOTICE. Ailvertlieiuenta of To 11, Tor
Sale, I.ost, WanlH, 1'oiiinl, ltiKinlln', ac will
I ... i....t..llii I.Mn . ..!.. .... ....... .. ....
I...- iiipvi ii-uiii iiiiru .minium umu rur Jl.il
CENTfl tier lino; each milneiiueiii insertion,
l'lVE CENTS per line. Tho llrst liinertlou
tierer ks-i than TWENl'V-lTVE CENTS.
IJIOll SALE CIIEAI'-Or will rent In a (jooil
; f.iinlly, tlio iri'ttleit plain on Mxtciiith
ulrei'l i IIMJ iicit-t nf KrounJ, wllh hrlck (ntlii.-c,
Komi atiiiile, anil nllier conU'iilenccK, The
Kruuniln uio flmly iinjirovcl Ith Mim grnm
lawn, ptrnnlierry IhiIh, iiirranlK, kuM"""i etc.
lk-il iielRliUirliiNHl In iliiuity. 1'or terms np
ply to It. N. WlTIINEl.l,.
J (1ST A plmo of Culltn, Lllhir nu Harney
J ur Ninth streut. Thu under will plca re
in in to sit'pM'ns .v. i iuoc.
171011 1IENT Uirge, uiiiiforlithlu khiiiih, con
1. trail)' luratnl ; tlllt.il.lo fur lwiilM-lci ilnn
fur mail unit ulf . iiuoit will, lUicrn, uml
otlnr tiinicnlenii-.. Inquire at llio IkuDlhio.
WANTEK A Iioiisk th Hiuhi ur four
roouii. Aihliets h. 1. U., Iko Olllee.
WANTED. A small hoine, with slahle,
will Ivmcil. Will p.iy lllieral rent.
Apply nt C.ly lluf.J. V. 1". Wi:uii.i:it.
KW. AND T. E. CAIll'ENTEIl will start
their heiil next Moudav, May fith, to tho
prairie, near Went Omaha. Parties wl.hinx to
placo their cows in our herd can do sound lute
them taken ore of. Apply tu
It. V. CAIU'ENTElt,
nprOO-31 1BJ Douglas strict.
J7IOII SALE A jouniidiw and i-alf,
J ut Clk'ar sloie, i:'l i'ariituia sheet.
TANTED-At tho High School, female
T help. A Herman who ran sieak Eng
lish preferred, (loiul wages will do paid. Ap
ply to Janitor, at tntrauoe, south basement
?Ml'l)VMENT OKFJCi: ami llusisrss
J ADOI'V. Northern.! rnrlii-i. nt Ulh t.ti.l
j'uug as streets, help cl all kinds wanliM.
"TrUOUTY ACIlia Ol' LAND for ule rhoan,
JV tlireo miles west fruui Omaha.
"I'r-ltf JO. ItEDMAN.
MONEY TO LOAN.-rall at Uw Office nf
1. I. Ihumas, Ituoms, VIsmIh-i' lllwk,
t USE EOT Ol' MOPKISU WIUW lu.l
. rrreherl from llin South All snlendld
sincere, l'or iale hy Mrs, llanerr, at llcnj D.
Jone', corner I lltcentli ami liiriihaui l.
ONE 1'LUNlSill.H, and ll.r.o unliiriilthed
rooms to rent, orcr U. 1". 11. It. Drug ,
Stoic, cnr. ICtli nnd Wtlxtt r.
npr28-lw l)ii. W, Eiiwakik, l'ltor.
MOM'.Y '10 1.0AN.-Iniiilreat Uw Oillro
or I.. 1'. Moglnn, Vlsuher's llloik.
WrANfED A Iioiimi wllh i Mil rounm,
Will pay good rent for otic jear. ,U
drti ljtk l
WANTED To girl" l one lur kllihen and
one for (Itnlng-room. Call nt Amcrhau
lloue, cor. l.lcTcnth and Duiiglai ilmh,
AKMV (ir.NTI.EMLN. tan lie ncrniuiiin.
daleilwtlli pleaviut ruoms nnd Imard In
prhnle f.iuillr., Inquire at reildcnce, on I'll
tcenlh, lietwren Chhagonnd Cttii shirts, an
tn.1 houso frdlu turner of Cns. nprJl-lm
l.lINi: STOHE l'.OO.M TOTtENr, hy Dr.
i. lMwnrds, 1SI 1 iiruham strict. nprllml
Dlt. EDWAltDS has procured some Iresh
actlneiunlter, and will attend to Muiln
ntlng all lvruns ut his olllee, ISI 1'arnham
Use the Peerless Wringer I
J 71011 fAI.E Twenty targe horws nnd mares,
J hy E. Patrick, nt Dunuell Sinhlis, lurntr
Dudge and Sixteenth streets. uprl'ilf
f.-lOll HENT-'llie llrlck llljiksiullli Shop
V lorner rourlecntli nnil Harney stteels.
'llio liet estahllthed slntid In Oiunhi. Apply
to 11. V. Homan. m.irSA-lf
J7IOII SAI.E At ii Imigtlii, iiiulllMiteil f
' thrcr miles from thu city, luqulrouf
V. J. SISIl'sON,
1710H nitST-CI.ASS No. 1 TUltNINO, In
; e cry si yle, nnd td-it at jour own price,
como lo .lOllN NUSI.E1N, una blink west of
Military llridge. marl i-od tf.
WYMAN & EBERHART'S
S5 lo .Still,
now In tho
"VARIETY HAZAR" sell HETTKR
HAHY CARRIAGKS, and 20 per
cent. HKLOW other tlealers. Don't
bo FOOLISH, and buy elsewhere.
Sent 0. 0. 1). State stylo and price.
Address AL. G. 15HKRIIART, Man
ager. P. S. Send in wholesalo or
ders for Stationery, Toys, and Fancy
Goods. " mar8-3m
ARMSTRONG & SHOCK,
Leading Fashionable Hatters
XO. :18 T1IIUTLKNTII ST.,
Bet. Farnham and Douglas,
tiiukup a: ji:sji:xs
Keep on himl a well assorted and hrge slock of
Shirts. All kinds ol Shirts mado to order.
tlreat lndiiceiuiiits ottered to retail dealers,
A M-ry largo 11ANKIIUIT STOCK of (100DS
just reieheU hy
Robins & Loiighlln, Pawnbfokcrs,
No. 1.'17 Knriihniii Street,
Consisting of lllllcs, Pistols, nnd Shot-guns of
suiierlor ipmllty and llulsh, lmlh new nnd
scinud-liiud. Also n largo lot of now and se(-nnd-lnilid
CLOTH INO, lll.ANKET.S, HOOTS,
SHOES, nnd many other articles, whlih uu
will self nt half their aluc. Call nt omo and
Fremont Reduction Store
NEWG00D3I LOW CASH PRICES!!
Br.Seml for l'rkuLM.
lJox s:i, rilEMtlXT, NKII.
James Platz & Brother,
6R0CERIES AND PROVISIONS
207 110 UO LAS STItEirr,
All kinds of foreign uml domestic frulls, prccn
vegetables, fresh lish, butter and eggs. All ui
ders prumptly lllliil. mail Hit
ALliKN A; CIIAUIIKFOSSI!,
Gun ami Locksinitlis,
Stationary Rulues, Print in,' mill
Stamping l'n-se, and JIu-
SIWINO MACHINES UEI'AliiED,
STEEL TilOl.S AND ,-'1 AMI'S
MADE '10 OUDEIt.
Awnings Manufactured nnd IU-piJre.1, rarmlii;(
Implimiuls Itip.ilreil, 1ruuks.mil
N,IKK LOCKS A NI'KCIAI.TV.
.loblitng of nil kinds nc.itly oticuhsl at uiihI
er.ilu prk-u. Cull und mo tlieiu ut lliilr now
141 X- . x-xjl Ix Atn Elt..
llel. Vtli and 10th, oppollo llin: OlUce.
The Adimil of Spring.
Thvcliuius whltli hound our pralrlo slreams
Imto jlolded line hy Dili',
Ileforo tho iill-iervadlug seanli of spring's re
turning sun :
So tho ill klo goddess rainfall, crer on tlio wing,
Sllll piles Im busy arts 'gainst i-aih returning
As Christmas' patron saint took his abode Ith
So now tho gudJcss rnsliton goes rlht thero nt
l'or bo It known that (hero's tho laco to get
tho styes for Hiring,
Whlth all unito In e.ijlng are lust about the
Now, gents, who seek tliaoutcr mill to crown
nil grim fnl eumi,
Iluiicii has the hats to do It they (annul fall In
Ami if jour hat is seedy, ami yon can't nilonl
Bunco will fix It up so for a tlmo 'twill do,
- , J. W. IIUNCE,
hew ork Hat Sloro. 2.V5 Douglas St., Intwton
rouiti-eulh und I'llttinth,
NEW GROCERY STORE
JULIUS TUKlThCIIICK, 1J
Groceries & Pro visions,
Cigars, ToUccoa, Ornln ami rruduco, Toys,
GOME i SEE US !
JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES,
Ask our Prices,
NO CHARGES FOR SEATS.
228 rarnham St.
WEIflSTEIN t KOLLS.
com rjisnr i
Satisfaction CuaraxTtood iti Every Caso
EVEItY MACIIIiVti WAIUI ANTED!
The BEST for all PRACTICAL USE.
Than Offered by any oilier Itcliublo Company.
Cotton Thread, 75c Per Doz.
500-Yard Spools, Six for One Dollar.
jutjCK.xpLGrttmrv stock xnxr wxnn city,
AT UASTEKN PniOFJ?.
2ir?,fI)0l'lSlas St., - - - Omaha.
vv'sflr I'lPti 1 1 T.O- :i t' T j. j . Ti jtlBPl
TIN PLATE, AND SHEET IRON,
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines.
rarlleulariilleiitluii will lio paid to Orders fioui tho Trade Mcrrh tuts convenient to Hits mar
ket cm satuliulh timennd money by ordeilug frum us.
ORDERS SOLICITED AND eATISrAOnOU OUARANTEED.
"ir.olo Western Agency fur Nebraska and Iho Weflern Territories fur the
Cluiiicr Oulc anil Steward Cooking Stoves.
M ml fur 1'rlf i l.Ms. .ddresi
'"lr31" aiaa-fylav, JXTolo.
wm. .vn:i'iu:NK. i'.. wii.cox
STEPPIENS & WILCOX
STAPLE AND FAN6Y DRY GOODS.
Carpets, Notions and Indian Goods,
ROBES AND FURS,
239 Farnham St., - - OMAHA.
xp.A.xiwXxoin.fs. xi.ia-A.x t
IE.-V jUSTS & 1DJ3 K;3iTA.XJIJ
G-ROCERS & SEEDSMEN,
3XTo. 2GO aparnliaiu Qtroot, Oinalia, nrob.
We are now nllerliigniir hro stock of OIIOCIIIUIW, Kriilts, Wooo.lAiiw.irc, (llassware, otc, nt
Itoducud Trices, to mako room for ourlnimenso slocks of
rit'ltl, rorosl, (Jiinlen, Grass, nnil I'lowor Scctls,
Willi li woaronnw recelvlnif. Wo will keep In sloik nvery v.irlelv nf swts n1 iiiti-1 lo this ell
male, mid will sell nt IJAiTIUtN (JATALDMtn: I'ltlCHS. AI.I, WAl'.UANrlllt I'UUOIl.
WowlllkcoDthi)HL'3X LAWN MOWER, ml a vtrletyof O.trJcn ami Agrlcnltural Itaulo-
nioata at tho Lowest Prices,
Wniilwnymwy tlio Highest Murkot Trlco in C.wli for Choice Ilnttor nnd
'T"AII our (iondsaro (lu.irjutecd In lions IteiiriM'iitcil.
fcM-wiP1'0001'1013' 3r,xo7-ifiioati.ia(, Soodm,
OYSTERS, CANDIES, NUTS, ETC.
Onialia, - Nebraska
AT OMAHA, MAY 9LlA.ND:iO.
THE LARGEST SHOW ON EARTH!
THE GREAT TRANS-ATLANTIC EXPOSITION!
Museum, Menagerie, Aquarium aiidHinnodromo!
70 Unlhoad Cars, Soien Tt-nls, Coierlny Five Acres Uroiiml.
100 PERFORMERS iu the Circus !
QOO iliiiiuals ixi. llio Moiiagorio 1
Fitnn li.vi.f.ooN ah'i.n.sion i:vi:iiy hav iiiiuno iioat am:xihi
UNION COAL AND MINING
Olllni I'ust sMo liltli, lu't. Douglas
MINI-.IANIIDHAl.nitHIN AU.KINDrl 01'
(Voi-kory, Clilna, nnd UIiish Ware.
Will l-i soil CIIKAI', al t'Iti:.Mi:U'rl Of.f
hIA.Mi, :.i i-.uiruiAM Hi'., conimi'iicliiis
Mnroli BO, 1070.
Iluilnirs Is meant, ns It is tin desire lo sell
ih-.in tl.u ll.inkriijit nl'M-V, tu mako iuuiu for
ut'H' oml comtik-li) lino uf Koods erlsliiluK to
tUs branch of butlne.s.
i.iar."MI JOKI. T. OIIIFFIN.
H -'- i i.. IMWIW
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