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THE OMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL PAPElt OF THE CITY.
TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE
I served to subscribers by carrier, to njr
part of the city, every evening, (Sundays ex
Jeptcd,) -U fifteen, centl per week, or 0.7S for
six months, nl?.OTpernnuin, when paid
In advance. . -...,. ., ,
All complaints bout IrretTilaritlei.addrcsscd
this office will twelve prompt attention.
Tnit Owaita lmr.Y 1iRK will I niUod to
iibsrrlbr-r at the following rates, payablo Inva
riably In advance!
17.00 pr annum.
J.73 ' 6 months. , , ..
This Omaim IuifcT Bsjk has by far 1 1
liAIHIEST clrcuUtlon In the elly, and In,
therefore, the beat and cheapest adv.rtlslue
medium. . , ., ..
Ratrv or Advr.tisi!o. Local notices, 23
cents per lino l local sdvertlsctnents, 80
cents pr lln.j ty the month, 10 cents, ho
SdTcrttaemeul Inserted lor 1 thin 39 enla.
pedal notices, 10 rents per Unt i single Inser
tion, not less thin 25 cents.
Transient abvertlsemcnts muit invariably be
paid for in advance. ... , , ,,
Itotee for standing advertisements by special
C0AU'lgil Notices, Statements, Tabular
Work, etc., requiring careful revision br copy,
or proof to bo furnished, roust bo handed In
befor ten o'clock A. M. to Insure lnartlon the
Uixclaltnd Local advertisements before two
o'clock v. M.
Advertisements before one o'clock p. M.
All idvcrtlemcnU fur the Wkkkly Hki
must to banded In before Monday noon, for the
situs week's Issuo.
Upenlnf? And Closing of Malls' in
norm. sua. close.
WEST. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.
U.V.H. R...A 3:J, ...11:00
O.&N.W. n.H... 2:50.. 7.45....
do do 11:00 S:00
O.R. I.AP.It. li...7:80 3:00
do do 11:00 h:U)
B. A 11. IUrer It.H 0:00 9:00
do do 8:00
C. 11. A St. Jo 7.0) 4:31
O. AS. W. It. 11 3:00... 10:00
Chicago ami all Eastern ctlloi, Nobr.iska
City, I'Uttsmouth, Council Bluili and Hurling,
ton, duaat iu:30 a. m.,clusat 4:33 a. m. ami
1:43 p. m.
St. Louis and St. Joseph, due at 10:10 a. m,
and 7 p. m.) closas at 1:13 p. m. and 4:3J a, m.
Olllce open Sundays from 12 to 1 p. m.
C. i:. YOST, FostnilsUr.
AltltlYAL AMD DEPARTURE OF
Timo Card of the Ititillnxton Haute
IXAVKOUAItA. ARRIVU AT OMAHA,
Express 2:.'0 p. M. I Kxpress 9:33 a. m.
Mill' n.5:00 a. M. I Mail' 10:45 p. if.
gundays excepted. 'Mondays excepted.
This Is the'only lino running l'ullmtii Hotel.
P. V. Uitchcocx, IIahry P. Dkuci.,
Uan'l. Wes. l'nss.Agt. Tkkct A Kent.
Chicago, lit. Omaha, Neb.
. 3:00 I M.
.. 6:30 A.M.
Dally Express, ,.
8:00 P. M.
ChlfiRO, Hock Inland 6c aclflc
Mall S:30A.M. 10:43P.M.
Exprcn 2:aOP.M. 410:00 A.M.
Sandaya excepted. t Mondays exceptcil.
Chicago & Nortliwoatorti.
Mall 5:30A.M. 10:40P.M.
Kxpreaa 2:50 P.M. tlO:OOA.M
Untians Oily, St. Jo. & Council II In irk
.Morning Kxpross... B :30 A.M. 10:00A.M.
Krenlng Uxprere....2:30 P. M. 0:10 P. M.
Omaha ic North wcatoru and Sioux
C'lly & Pacific.
Uall Expreia 8:15 A.M. 8:15 P. M.
Pally except Sundays.
Omnlbnaca and EAggago Wagons leave the
oMco, comer Farnham and Ninth strceta, flf
tocn minutes In advanco of tho above Kallroad
TO ADVEHTIHUU9. The CITY
JCIIICULATION or the DAILY BEE
Kxcccda by several Iluudrcd that of
It dally lucul CoittcmporarlcM Com.
lrTho best and chenpest Uats,
Capa, nnd Fura at "Frederick's."
Joccph Musgrnvc, traveling agent
of tho Union Facific, went West to
Judgo Penbody has been in odlco
two months, and during that timo
has Issued seventy-seven marriage
Mr. M. A. McNauiara's daughter
weighs thirtjoa pounds. The young
lady arrived this morning at four
Col.tFrank Brnytho and L. F.
Maghin.havo formed a law copart
' nenhip, and hung out their joint
hinglo at Visschcr's Iilock.
Armstrong Si Shock, hntton, as
Trill be seen by a notico in another
colilmn, havo dissolved partnership,
Mr. Armstrong continuing iu' the
Tho cases against Joe Smith and
James McKiniioy on tho chargo of
gambling, were set for oxamiuation
beforo Judge Peabody at n Into hour
Now Year'n was a profitable day
for tho livery stables and hackmen.
Sixty dollars was tho amount real
ized by ono hackinnu, who oivns
threo very fjno outfits.
Tho remains of Joseph Eves, who
was killed at Schuyler by tho ncci-"-deotal
discharge of a pistol with
whfch ho wasj fooling, went, East
yesterday for burial at Bloomsburg,
Judgo Lako and Messrs. Kcunard
and Pieston Bpcnt Now Year's day
in deer hunting, that being tho last
day for tho killing of deer uudor tho
gamo law. They killed ono buck.
The following was tho address
on a postal'card in tho tho Union
Pacific mall yesterday: "To tho
barber with a dubblo noso with a
Whet on it. I forglt his other namo.
Salt Lako City."
Mr, E. D. Morwmau. having ac-
ceptcd tho position of superintendent
1 of tho Union 'Pacific Exprcai, vico
Mr. Ketch urn, resigned, will begin
his duties as such ofilcer n the 15th
ol this month, 'Mr. Morseman thor
oughly understands tho express bust
tikis, having had considerable exper
to'nce'ai agent of the United Slates'
Harry Gllmore has retired from
the management of tho Wyoming
Hotel, and intends taking n rest. He
no the hotel well whilo ho was con
nected with it, and made money lor
the proprietors. Ho U an excellout
hotermsn, and '.hat Js saying a great
ueal, for it Is not every man that can
Wednesday afternoon n couple
ol young men, whilo out walking on
tho bottoms north of the city, found
a dead Indian, lying upon tho ground.
Ho was wrapped up In a blanket, his
head and feet being uncovered,
The Wyoming Hotel has been
purchased by Capt. D. S. Johnson, n
hotel man of considerable experience
In Chicago, St. Louis nnd Iowa. He
proposes to run tho houso in first
class style, and to keep it up to its
old standard. Capt. Iloberts, former
ly connected with the house, has nr
rived from St. Louis, nnd wili preside
at tho office counter as clerk. He Is
a gentleman qulto well known by tho
traveling public, and as clerk of tho
Wyoming he is the right man In the
The only business beforo the
Pollco Court this morning was tho
disposal of ft couplo ot cases of va
grancy, tho prisoners' names being
.Frank Bunnell and Thomas Miller.
They were arrested on suspicion of
having iu their possession ttolcn
goods, which they wero trying to
dispose of. Bunnell had on his per
son a dischargo from tho army, with
tho certlficato of character cut olT.
Ho was ordered to leave town, while
Miller was discharged nnd allowed to
Prof. Duval's New Year'a party
at tho Grand Conlral Hotel last
oveniug was n very fine affair. Tho
little folks danced irom half-past
seven till ten o'clock. They were cl
cgantly dressed, and ns thoy moved
about the iloor with so much natural
graco and caso, they presented a yory
beautiful scene, which was witnessed
with n great deal of interest by the
patents nnd spectators generally.
Prof. Duval certainly deserves credit
for tho efficient manner in which he
teaches tho gtaccful accomplishment
of dancing. At ten o'clock tho old
folks began dancing, nnd tho party
did not break up till 2 o'clock. Tho
music on this occasion was furnished
by the City Band, led by Prof. Hoff
Inspector-General Uardio, U. S. A.,
li at tho Grand Central Hotel.
Georgo M. Shock, formerly of tho
firm of Armstrong & Shock, left this
morning for his homo at Baltimore
W. C. Langdon, formerly of tho
Union Pacific tolegrnph ofiico at
Laramie, has received tha appoint
ment of operator in tho A. & P.
office at Omaha.
Among the many nrrlyals at tho
Wyoming Hotel nro the following :
W 0 Langdon, Erio, Pa; J W Kce
Icr, Chicago; A W James, St Louis;
J 1) Turner and wife, St Louis; Dan
iel Moloney, Denison, Iowa; Thos
Grady nnd wife, Virginia City, Nov;
Richard Cowell, do; Jas G reason, do;
L M Bowdoin, Portland, Me; Thos
Dealing, do; Mrs Bishop and child,
Booth Omaha Mission. Preach
ing by the pastor, J. M. Adair, at
10:30 A. m. Subject, "Forsaking
Sin." Sabbath school at 2:30 p. v.
Preaching at 7 p. M., by K6y. M. F.
Shinn. All are invited to be present.
Second M. E. Church. PraUo
nnd Promise meeting at 10 A. M.
Preaching at 11 A m. by M. F. Shinn,
and 7 P. h. by the pastor, Rov. J. U.
Presson. Sunday school at 2:30 r.
it. All are invited.
Mkyek's Music Halt,. Tho Free
Itolleiuua Do-lotjr will meet nt 3
o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Subject
for discussion, "Is tho God of tho Bi
ble a God of Live?" Seats free.
Lutheran. Church. 10:30 a. m.,
Lord's Supper; text, Mark, 15-3-1.
Sunday school, 12 M. Evening, 7;
text, Prov. 11-30.
United Presbyterian, Church
corner California and Eighteenth
streots. Preaching by tho pastor,
Rev. Thos. McOague. Morning ser
vlco at 10:30. Evening scrvico at 7
o'clock. Sabbath School nt 3 p. M.
Scats free. All nro cordially invited.
St. Mark's, South Omaha. Scr
vico to-morrow' morning nt 10:30.
Sunday school at!2:30;instead of 9:30
CoNannoATioxAi, Church, corner
Nineteenth nnd Chicago Htreots. Ser
vices ns usual at 10:45 A. M. nnd 7:30
P. M. Preaching by tho pastor, Rev.
A. F. Sherrill, Holy Communion
at closo of morning servico. Eve
ning subject, "Lessons to tho Com-muni-it
on tho Life and Death of n
Good Man." Sabbath school nt noon.
The church during the week will
join in the Union meetings of prayer.
Scats frco to all.
Firbt M. E. Church. Rev. Clark
Wright. Morning subject, 10:80
o'clock, ''Now Year's Lesson." Eve-,
nlng subject, 7:30 o'clock, "Give Mo
Indian 'curiosities at 1C3 Faruhnm
Bef. McKolUgou's card on tho fourth
page. ' aug23tf
Tho copartnership heretofore ex
isting between tho undersigned is
diesolved this day by mutual consent.
Tho business hereafter will bo carried
on by G. R. Armstrong, who' alone is
nuthorl;d to mako collections for
tk. .urn firm, and will liquidate all
Oeoruk M. Shock,
Jan3dlt O, R. AVMeTftoso,
FOOLS ARE NOT
The Grand Confidenco Gamo that
was Played by the "Great.
Some four or fivo weeks ago a
woman nbottt forty or fifty years ef
age, named Mitchell, came to Omaha,
accompanied by a carpenter, who
passed himself oft' as her husband.
Madamo Mitchell professed to bo one
of the most wonderful fortuno tellers
of tho age, able to lift tho veil from
the misty future, nnd to relate in
detail tho events of the past, and also
to effect tho most rcmnrkablo
cures. Sho advertised extensively as
tho "Great European Wizard," who
could seo tho nature, cause and time
of all events and mysterious circum
stances at every ago of life; describo
all things, persons nnd character, and
exact location of buried treasures;
show a correct likeness of your future
partner iu her celebrated Rock Dia
mond; bring about wonderful recon
ciliations between estranged la
dies und' gentlemen, &c, and
it Was not long before her rooms on
.Tenth street wero crowded by tho
people of both sexes, of all ages nud
color,rich and poor, all of whom,
cither out of faith in tho advertised
powers of tho "Great European Wiz
ard," or clso out of mere curiosity,
paid her foes, some of which wero
quite large, in order to have their
fortunes told, or somo chronic disease
cured. Madame Mitchell, who
claimed to havo been boru uuder a
lucky Btar, reaped a rich harvest from
tho crop of fools who visited her.
Yosterday sho concluded that it
was about timo to pack up nud
trnvel, ns many of her victims wero
beginning to smell n mouse, ns her
predictions failed to como true, and
her cures wero nil a sham. So Inst
evening she and her husbaud pur
chased tickets for Chattanooga, at
tho St. Joo ticket office, and left this
morning ut fivo o'clock over the
Kansas City, St. Joo nnd Council
Bluffs railway. At tho timo they
bought their tickets they expressed a
desire that nothing should bo said
about it. This roused tho suspicion
of nsr,cutlomnn who overheard tho re
quest, and ho warned thoir boardiug
houso keeper, who, howover, stated
that thoy had always paid their bills
in advanco. This they could afford
to do, as their rovenuo from the army
of tho fools who beseigod their rooms,
But the sequol of their sudden de
parture transpired this morning. It
wns ludicrous iu the extreme in
fact, wo feel ourselt unable to do the
matter justice. Sufiico it to say, that
the victims swarmed about tho house,
anxiously inquiring for tho "Great
European Wizard," and ench sighing
over tho I033 of their ,monoy, taken
from them by this bold confidence
woman. Among tho motley crowd
wero noticed a colored woman and
her daughter, who had paid Mndntno
Mitchell $25 to havo her euro some
diseaso which afflicted tho daughter.
Tho diseaso was worse than ever, nnd
thoy both wautod bvik their money.
Another victim, n white woman, wan
lamonting tho loss of $10; a young
man who had contributed fifteen dol
lars to this hugo fraud, woro a woe
begone expreision on his countenance.
Others, among whom wero some very
respectable appearing pcoplo, came to
the houso, and mado anxious inquir
ies for the "Great European
Wizard," nnd when' they learned
that she had gone, they discreotly
concealed their vexation, ond re
turned homo sad'dor, wiser and poor
er men and women.
The numbor of people that wero
victimized by this quack and fortune
telling fraud is very largo, larger by
far than any ono would suppose.
Should tho fool-killer visit Omaha at
tho present timo ho would havo an
extensive job on his hands.
SCHOOL BOOKS!! Tho BEST
BOOK STORE to buy them, is at
the BAZAR. Also stationery, Ac.
Great reduction in prices. Tho
most eensiblo presont Is'n fine sett of
furs. Sable icitt. Mink tells of the led
(jxiulily, lloyal Ermine, Alaska Seal,
Atiraatn. Uvcrytuing tasty and
fashionable. All goods nro sold
greatly below their value. Gents'
furs very low. Chlldrens' sotts al
most given uway. Now is the time
to buy. Ladies should not fail to
avail thomselves of this chance.
Never again will furs bo sold at such
prices. Pleaso call in timo and make
your selections. A. HunERMAN.
A full assortment of Rubbor Goods
And Children's Wear.
At W. B. Lorinq & Co.'fl.
Corner Fourteenth and Farnham Sts.,
upposne uranu central Hotel.
Having bought W. V. Morse &
Co.'s retail stock of Boots and Shoes.
.wo would call attention to tho many
bargains to bo obtained, and Invito
inspection qf tho same.
V. B, Lorinq A Co..
rnerFourteonth and Farnham Sts.,
I' ,. opposite tbef Grand Central Hotel.
A Bold Confidenoo Gamo Brought
Somo months ago, our renders will
remember that wo mentioned the
fact of the arrest of Jack McDonald,
n notorious three-card mouto mau of
this city, by ono Thomas Smith, of
Abilene, Kansas, whero McDonald
formerly resided, nnd whero, becom.
Ing involved in somo difficulty, ho
was obliged to givo $500 bonds for
his appearance at tho District Court.
His bondsmen were Thos. Smith, E.
P. Wilson, then editor of tho Abilene
Chronicle, but now editor nud pro
prietor of tho Topoka Timet, and an
other man. McDonald forfeited his
bonds and camo to Omaha. Smith
was sent after him by tho othor two
bondsmen. After McDonald was ar
rested, his Omaha frlonds raised tho
five hundred dollars for him, nnd one
hundred dollars besides with which
to pay all his expenses, nnd
thus obtained his reloaso without his
lug taken out of tho city.' This
oney was all paid ovor to Smith,
who roturned to Abilene, and repre
sented to his associatos nu tho bond,
that ho could not find McDonald,
and did not receive n cent at Omaha.
lie demanded and obtained from his
associates tho sum of ono hundred
dollars, as tho expenses of tho trip ;
they also wero obliged to pay their
portion of tho bond. They dis
covered somo time afterwards that
Smith had played them n oharp
game; and thoy accordingly deter
mined to bring him io justice.
Mr. Wilson nrrived in town
a day or two since, and procured
a largo amount of testimony in the
shape of depositions from parlies who
are thoroughly conversant with the
wholo affair1. This testimony will bo
used against Smith next Tuesday iu
court at Abileno. McDonald him
self, ex-City Marshal Kimball, and
other parties, all testify to tho fact
that tho money was paid to Smith,
who, it i3 claimed, made nearly seven
hundred dollars by the operation.
Mr. Wilson, roturned to Kansas to
day, determined to have justice dealt
out to tho man Smith, who has
played a very meau and dishonest
Save Your Paper Rags and Pat
ronize Home Industry.
Arrangements aro now uuder way
by tho undersigned to erect n paper
mill in Omaha, at an early day. Ho
would therefore invito everybody to
savo their rags for homo consumption.
Extra prices paid at my warehouse,
104 nnd 1GG Douglas street, between
10th nnd 11th. II. Berthom.
High livers, those indulging iu
case and pleasure, nnd thoso of sedan
tary habits, can prevent Boils, Car
buncles, Gout, Red Skin, Eruptions,
Pimples, Constipation, Piles, Drowi
ncs?. Billiousncss. and other condi
tions induced by such habits, by
taking from four to six of Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Purgative Pellets ouco a
week, or, better still, one to two
each night. Twenty-fivo cents a
vial, by all druggists. GG3-d&wl
I wish to sell my largo stock of
furs at vory low prices. Now is tho
timo to buy. Ladies, pleaso call nnd
select. Prices nro suro to suit.
dl5tf A. HunnuMAN.
Go to Solomon's best Coal Oil.
Try Hend Light Oil, 175 fine test;
safe as lard; only 40c. per gallon.
Fresh caramels nud taffy nt L
Genuine Goods in tho millinery
Hue, nnd cheap, at Mrs. Atkinson's,
cor. of 17th at. and Capitol nv.
Old pnpers forsalo by tho hundred
at the Bee office.
Holiday hats and bonnets. Some
thing new, at Mrs. Atkinson's, corner
Capitol avenue and Seventeenth sts.
If you want to buy a lino nnd elo.
gant, nnd nt tho same timo cheap,
dress, call at Bushman's, 13th street,
bgt. Farnham and Douglas. Only
ono price asked. 2ilf
- If yon wish to savo money in buy
ing dry goods, examino thoso nt
Bushman's strictly ono prfco eaeli
store, 13th St., bet. Farnham nnd
Cheap John has removed to 147
Faruhnm, near 10th st. Call and got
CASH PAID FOR DRESSED
JLIOGS, by F. H. Gicssleman ; office,
21!: 1-2 Farnham street. d2Gtf
FORTSCOTT (red and blade) COAL
OTTUMWA (Iowa) COAL.
LACKAWANNA (anthr.) COAL.
BLOSSBURG (blacksmith's) COAL.
Union Coal and Mining Co.,
13th st., bet. Farnham nnd Douglas
O. B, Fitch pays cash for second
hand furniture 490 Twelfth street,
between Farnham and Hnrney,
np25 tf ''
Leave your orders for Gillabpy
Coal, of Ottumwa, 212$ Farnham st.
: , mu f .
The mcml crs q? the H.tlnl Patriot's
Catholic Uoiiefici.il Society of Omalia
will attend a mooting to bo held in
tho boys' school room, on liighth
ctrect, between Howard nnd Hnrney,
to-morrow nfternoon at 3 o'clock, to
frame a constitution nnd by-laws
hereafter to bo governed by, nnd nil
Catholic citizens between the nges.of
21 nnd 45 yenrs, of good moral char
nctor, wishing to become member
nro respectfully Invited to attend.
P. M. Mui.Lt:?, Sec'y.
B. Shannon, Pro. j ui3dlt
Partus along tne linu if tho U.
P. R. R. wanting anything in the
shoo lino would do well to cnd their
orders to M. T. Kinney, Columbus'
His stock is complete, both in East
ern nnd home-made. Ho mnkes fine
sewed boots to measure iu n? good
stylo -as nny maker in tho State; also,
pegged calf, kip and caso goods to or
$5 Reward. Lost last night, op
posite J. S. Gibson's, on Fouttecnth
street, n silver watch. Lcavo at
jnn3dl t W. V. Morse &. Co.'s.
NOTICE. AdverttarmtnH of To lt, For
Sale, IMl, Wants, Found, Hoarding, .c.,wlll
bo ItnortMln time columns onco for TEN
CENTO rwrllnet each sutwoouent Insertion,
FIVE CENTS per line. Tim flrnt lnnertlon
never less slian TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
tJIOK RENT A nutise with 6 rooiai, on
' Ckarloi stro:t, Shlun'a addition, between
2U and 2.'d atrceta. Address
Jb3U) through l'ostofflce.
J ANTED (lorman drug clerk or Herman
VY youth that whhrj to learu. Apply to
C. I-', (louduian, Drugilit, Fnrnham street.
IS theroa sportlui laly nnywher Jwho de
sires ndlicrot gentleman of good address,
to assist In miking mnnnr.
Ja3t4 WM. PITTS, Omaha, Neb.
NOTICE. My connection with tho Wyom
ing Hotel terminated nn the l't of Janu
ary, 1S7I. 1IAKHY OILMOUE.
TriOIl ItKNT House of Ave rotnis, closets,
1 good cellar nud clstrrn, No. 228 Cam (.,
bef. )3ili nnd 14th. Apply to Win. P.owllxer,
cor. Jonos und 7th utrcits, ja2tf
HOI'SE FOR ItENT-On IRth A , near
ruining. S. A. TAYLOR & CO.
HOUSE I'dll RENT-On IStli. let. Chicago
nnd Cms. S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
CJTORK FOR RENT On N W (or. IRth nnd
O Chicago. S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
FOR ItlLVr 7 rooms, suitable for dwelling,
rnr. ICth nnd Chicago.
Ja2U H. A. TAYLOR A CO.
ROUSE FOR RENT-On Otis nnd Dodr".
S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
TOOMS TO RENT Furnished or iinfur-
.l.V lii-iiM, wmii -r witnoiit board. Apply nt
610 Twelfth street. deaota
"WfANTED To bilv for rnsh, a house nnd
vv lot. Applr nt No. 210 l'urnbam strce',
between 12th und 13th. Ja3-lw
T) REST A furnished room, on Poujlas
street, Jut west of tho Lutheran Church.
Inquire of John Woblcr. It
IJIOR SALE llouso nnd lot, on enrnsr of
10th and IMctllc, which will bo sold cheap
lor cash. Inquire on the premises. ja'Mf
PLACE WANTED-Innprlvnlo family, to
do gcnornl housework.
It A. W. WIRT, Postoffice.
FOR RENT V housi with 7 roon'K, on Htl
at., lct. Jackaon and Jonos. Inquire nt
tlili ofHeo. dec29tf
I).VRrtE3 wnntlnirn'stitanco In ilo'lng rr
. opening sots of books, or wanting a per
msnent book-keeper, w ill apnly to
r n pvavo
JfiO Fnrlihnin street.
ANEW STYLE In Woolen nnd 'lr
Flower Stiiid: also, Rook Hacks for
Church mo. Manufacturer of P.i cnt Clothes
R.ir nnd improved Ironlnz Hoards and Chil
dren's Klclshs, ntW. Qoentt's, Cirpcnter and
llullder, 19th street.
mlIRF.1'. furnished rooms to ront, with eon
.1, vrulouces for (lie. Inqulioat No. C.)9 Fil
Itenth st. decSGtf
At.KTcich'rWantcd-ln District No. 2.
I. Apply to L O. Dudley, or to E. Tntrlck.
OR SALE. ,AT A RAROAIN-A neat
(nmfortaliln houm. In itm.1 renilr. wlili J
rooms, cell ir, ouMinuse, and yood cistern. In
fiulrn at F L McDonald's, corner 10th and
Iarnhani streets. d!2 tf
"VTEW, AT T. (?. IIRUNERS.
TVJEW JIES3 MACKEREL.
VTEW PICKLES IN VINEGAR.
IilRESH OYSTERS, EVERY DAY.
na,0 au- M of
REt'SED OR ALIVE,
AT ALLESDORF!3, 200 Doug'as street.
ALSO CHOICE AFPLCS by tie barrel.
XVCAxa.xii.r'n.o t ixx-oi-
Wholesale & Betail
HAS THE BEST STOCK IN OMAHA,
AND MA1CE3 THE
203 ZTarnham St.
sepld o mo we naLtwly
Attorney at Law.
3091-2 THIRTEENTH BTEEET, OMAHA,
T. W. T. Itichnrds,
Attorney at Law,
Office 510 181b St., 'hot. Fnrnliain
nud Douglas, Omaha, Neb.
Pi 0. Box 1)00, augutf
For Moohanics, Mon of Small '
Means, nud Everybody. ,
RF.DIIK A ItlllOOshjio Just put In mar
ket 1 lfty Acres of Iaiud
in the Heart of the City I
l.yliU luini-dlatcly smith of St. Msry's avenue,
lnttv.iii 20lhnud 21th streets, adjoining Mr
I urehase's, mi tho south. To ba lold Iu par
cels ot ons acre tacii, at
S 1 , O O O !
0cr S 0,000 worth hare been slid In the
put thirty d)a.
First Co.iiu l'lrst Served, nt These
Prices, Until April 1st, when
U.VTUS VVll.L II K IIOUULKD.
Ladies Fashionable Gloak
and Dress Maker,
Promenade Hulls, Evntng Drrsscs, Wedding
Suits, Morning rnjipers. Coals, .(c, cut to
order in tlio utcst Parisian Hyle.s. Having
carried on fasuionablo cutting and nttlng tor
indies in all Its branches In thu vurlous capitals
and centres of fashion In Europe and America
I tnko pleasure In Introducing myself to the
ladlis of Omaha. Patlslnetlon guaranteed in
every alepartment of my prof ssloii.
So. 300 l.ttU Slice'.
octCdlv 11. WE1.F.
E. F. COOK,
537 lltu St., botareou Soughs and Dodge,
ICO FAU.S1IA.11 S'lllISRT,
itet-sffcn 10th aud 11th,
VICTOR DLOROSS, - Prop'r.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH EVERyTHINO
In tho Market.
Open From 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.
All Meals Sorved to Order.
0TBTER3 SERVED IN EVERY STILE
Game in season. Trices to suit the
2M Farnham street, between lltb and 13th,
301 Furnhnut Kt, Uct. lllh & 15Ui,
2S5.IIarnry street, between lltb and 13th,
In nil It llranehes, In, the latest and most
approved pattern. .
IIOR3E SHOKINO AND RLACKHMITIIlNfl
nnd repairing done oa short uotlce,
VAN DORN'S MACHINE
All kinds of light nud heavy
MACHINKUY M.VDK& REPAIRED.
SSrAU Work Guaranteed.'
288 HARNEY STREET, . . OMAHA,
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Carriage nnd Wntrou Making
EWEI & STONE,
V ' I rf-JRl VtV
iii 1 Tiv 7nt t-
Have on hand a creat variety of
Which we oll'jr for sate at Ejis'srn prion. A large .IojV of
MATTRESSES ASTD BE2DDI1TG,
Curled Hair, Mosi, Unholstery Matoriah, Mirrors, etc. Wo mnnufaoturo to
order nny article of furnituro wanted.
Nps. 187, 189 and 191 Farnham Street.
i L.T,ixrlxi. s rn tv
al.nvVlS.T.di1?? ?.nfX.V1Hf,la "S'r v'n,,a,n ?lr"'i "'1 I trgesfand most complete stock of Ilia
above goods West of thoMltsjurl rives I u;)jril'i ; 1 1 Eiw'lsh wir.i direct (rnm tlm.otterlin
SSili'd., 'K""" "!.' ';... ''"lllf.!'' aayfth.alimg,MiWn,.l..W
. . v ,..j bvvu- 4iv lUttri 'HJIUin
' ' ' " "" ....l( ! l
TIN PLATE, AND SHEET IRON,
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines.
Particular attention will bo p:ld to Orders from the Trado. Merchant ocmvenleut to this war
kct can savo both llino and money by ordorlug rum us.
ORDERS SOLICITED AND SATISFACTION QUAUANTEF.D.
WTSolo Western Agency for Nebraska and tho Weltera Territories fur the
Charter Oak and Stewart Cooldns Slovoa.
Eend for Prlco Lists. Address
ra"5-1" OmaUa, 3NToto.
The Singer Manufacturing Company.
Bstlsfacllon Qus Caso. Every Machine Wsrranlo.1. Ileltr Terms than nlleie-l
by any other lUllabio Company.
MACHINr TWIST,, LINEN AND COTTON THREAD,
LA UU EST STOCK IN TnE CITY, AT EASTERN PRICES.
3XT. XsT-A.I30aNr, Agont.
'Pfllt '-il'i IloiiKlns Street, Umnlin.
O. IP. GrOOID-AOsr,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
OMAHA, - Neb.
N. I. D. SOLOMOIT,
OILS AND WINDOW GLAS,
COAL OIL AND HEADrLIOHT OIL,
OMAHA, "- -! - -oiw- NEBRASKA,
si H ;) Wm CS
few "V MSSfoiPi
W4lT1 m. .rvfeWs -i isrBlj tr Jfc I 4 Hi HI
s " effigy
JOEL T. GRIFFEN.
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