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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1874)
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THE OMAHA BEE
omuiAh l'AL'EUOF THE CITY.
Ws 00 hot delre any contributions whaterer
of a literary or poetical tharscter; and w
will Ubl undertake to preserve, or to return
the tame, In any ca.e whatever. Our Stat
li luffici.ntly large to more than supply our
limited space In that direction.
P.iil f am r Wwjkr, In full, must In each
and every case accompany any communica
tion of what nature joerer. Tlilt li not In
tended for publication, but for our own satis
faction and a proof of good faith.
Ouk Couxmr Fkikmoi wo will alwaya be
I Irawd to bear from, on all mattera connected
villi crops, country politics, and on any sub
ject whatever of general lutenst to the peo
ple of our State. Any Information connect
ed wllli tlio ilectlun, and rolatlotf lo floods,
accidents, itc, will be gladly rcculved. All
such rocniiuinl.ntloin, liowetor, must bo
t-rltf as possible; anil they iuut, In all eases,
be written uon one side of tbe ahic-t only,
ALL Amnounckmkmts of candidates for office
whether uiado by self or friends, and
whether as notice or communications to the
lklltor, are (until nomlnntlons are made,
simply personal, and will bo charted ua ad
All mmmunlcallons should lie addressed to
. UOIKWATUIt, Editor aud Publisher, Draw
On and after October twentr-flrst, 1872, the
olty clmilullonof tlio Daily 11 uk Is assumed
by .Mr. IMsrln Davis, to whose order oil siile
aoilptluns not pildnt tlio office will kepayabht.
and by wlio.n all receipts foraubscrlptluus will
K. IIOSRWATEIt, Tubllshcr
CoN'UHEfis liaa rodunvciicd, nnd the
nation in again nlloat on tlio bound
Iohi sea of uncorttiinty about impcutl
ing political and finruiciat ro forms.
Mr.viMiu held her municipal elec
tion on Now Vo.ir'u Djv, and inau
guralcd the citizens' reform move
inont by electing tlio cntiro straight
Aa will b been by our cable ml
vicca, tlio b'pauinh Republic is once
more tottering under tlio weight of a
blow struck at her by tho man who
has, until now, been recojjnized n
tho fore moat livins champion of frco
Government on European soil. Al
though thcro have been forebodings
of Homo such .evolutionary move
ments in tlio past few week?,
nobody converiant with tho clinr
ncter ami history of Custollar
could havo suspected that ho would
consent to tho forciblo dispersion of
thcSpduUh Parliament and worse, to
tho formation of n Dictatorship or
monarchy that would ultimately re
Htoro tho imbecile Bourbons upon the
Kpaniult throne. It would bo wore
than luclcfH to indulge in idlo specu
lations about Hit luluro of Spain at
a timo when evory hour in likely to
bring up some fronh and startling de
velopment. Uoyeuxor Fuuxas has scon fit to
make another appenl to public judg
ment upon tlto grave charges involved
against his reputatluiuaud character
in the historic Furnas-ZrraW libel
suit. This appeal comes to us in the
iliupe of arguments and documentary
evidence, published ovor tho Govern
or'fl signaturo in tho Lincoln Journal
of the 3d Instant. Inasmuch as this
oluborato defense covers almost five
solid columns of tho Journal wo are
pieveulcd, at least for tho present,
from reproducing it." Tho arguments
advanced by tho Governor do not ap
pear to differ mateiially from those
advanced by his ablo and eloquent
councelllors during tho trial of his
libol suit. The documentary ovi
denco coaisU of correspondence
between Governor Furnas and
Mesirs. Rankin, Moffat t and
Jackson siuco the trial. It
would perhaps be deemed un
generous and imprudent in us to en
ter into a critical tevlow of the con-,
tonti of those lotters without pub
lishing them in full. At tho samo
timo wo cannot but oxpress our con
viction that tho reopening of this
old soro is not in accord with our
ylowi of sound policy. Having orig
inally advised against tlio course
pursued by the Governor in bringiug
tho suit for libol, wo still ndhcro to
tho belief that tho wholo subjoct
would long since havo bcou disiniucd
from tho minds of tho pcoplo had tho
Governor ignored tho IfeialJ aud its
venomous flings. For tho samo rca
sous wo do not consider tho revival
of this controversy, either in tho
courts or in the nowspapors, as do
Tiif.uk teems to be an inexcusable
hitch in tho construction of the
Government building known a the
Omaha Custom llouso aud Post
Office The principal reason assigned
by Superintendent Gise for tho re
cent suspension of work insldo of tho
building has been tho want of funds.
Ho intimates that inasmuch as as tho
appropriation is exhausted wo shall
have to wait until another is made
before he can proceed. Now wo are
reliably informed that citizen, who
rtro Interested in tho oarly comple
tion of that portion of the structure
to bo occupied by tho local post office
lepartment,'have tfflpred to wise aud
advance the necessary1, funds for
doing this work. Superintendent
Gise seem, howoycr, tlislucllned to
nccept the proposition. Without
impugning tho motives of our worthy
fellow cUUon, v,o would respectfully
ask why U this offer rejected 1 Why
shall tho material Interests of Omaha
suffer for tho sako of extending tho
term and Increasing tho emolu
ments of the superintendent? Wo
nro assurod by Mr. Simpson, who
owns tho promluea now occupied as
n post office, that responsible capital
isU aro ready to leaao his building
with a view of establishing ft very
extensive wholesale grocery house lu
our midst. They want to como early
n tho spring ant can find wo other
bulldlug lultuble for their purpose-.
Nothing could at this stngo be more j
timulatitu to our commercial in
tercut than tho tddition to our mcr
cuililo homes of a wholesale- grocery
firm of tho first class. Why shall
we repel ncllvo capital when it vol
untarlly cornea knocking at our
door? Why pursue o stupid policy
that deprhcj honost and Industrious
worklngmen of n opportunity to
employ their timo T Wo understand
Supervising Architect Mullott has
been apprised of the proposition to
advance the funds until another ap
propriation is made. If Mr. Mullott,
who hgs'no direct or remoto interest
in Omaha, is willing to go on with
the work,why should Mr. Glso, who
is deeply interested here, put himself
in tho wny? Even if no othor con
slderfttioni",Wfre ponding than the
mere advantages to be derived by tho
families of -the mechanics and labor
ers from'tho prosecution of tho work,
there ought to bo no hesitating in
this matter. Let us, therefore, hope
that Superintendent Gisowill change
front, put his shoulder to tlio wheel,
and givo our postmastor n chanco to
move into tho new building with the
opening of opting.
Wr havo already ropcalcdiy
reicrted to tho ' projected na
tional uir-liuo double-track steel
rail freight route between New York
and tho Missouri river. The bill to
charter this road is now b:foro Con
gress, andnvlll doubtless como up
for diseussloh at an early day. Tho
following is tho section referring to
tho extension of the road .'rom Chi
cago to thoMlssouti rivei:
Sec. 1G. Thai s.tld company shall
bine powor to construct brtiiiclicn of
said road to tho clliet of Ilufl'ilo,
Pittsburgh, Clevoland, Detroit, Tol
edo, Cincinnati, ami St. Louis, and
to other towns or cities not exceed
ing CO miles distant from tho main
line. Said company shall also have
tlio right to extend mill linn tram
Chicago to Omaha, Neb., and fjr that
purpose shall have all tho powcr.s
herein granted us to the main lino
and the condemnation of lamia thcro
for, such extension to bo mado whou
over the business 'of tho company
shall justify tho same. Tho a.iiil
company shall htivo like pnwor as to
such branches ait nro herein coufcrrcd
as to tho main lino, except that in
fixing rutea nnd fares for transporta
tion on such branches tho actual
length thereof may be taken as tho
basts: Provided, That said company
shall cause said branches to be as
well constructed, equipped and oper
ated as tlio main lino is hereby re
quired to bo.
Teknrua has imported her first
Plum Creek is organizing a Ma
sonic.lodgo. Tho Nebraska City Pias is fif
teen years old.
Washington county has organ
ized another Grango.
Pile driving on tho South Loup
Sherman county colebrated its
first wedding luBt weok.
Hall county farmers still hold n
largo portion of their wheat.
Tu State Supremo Court con
venes at Lincoln January Gth.
-Nebraska City talks of building
another distillery next spring.
Keith & Barton's stock yards at
North Platte, cover a 10-acro lot.
Franklin county has five rival
claimants to csaiaty Beat honors.
Crole has been visited by a tooth
jerker of twenty yors' experience.
Nebraska City iuaugu rated Now
Yoars with a conceit for tho poor.
The United States laud office nt
Lincoln has been reopenod for busii
Fuirlury, Jefferson county, is
building business houses in midwin
ter. The Washington County Agri
cultural Society numbers 110 member-).
Lincoln contemplates tho erec
tion of u pork packing house next
Tho Lancaslor County Agricul
tural Socioty owns $12,00(T worth of
Columbus still keeps up a brisk
winter traffic with the surrounding
The bran now town of Panne
brog, (Howard county), has a bran
Blair now sports a railroad bridge
across tho Missouri. It's a big
thing ou ice.
The ice in tho Missouri river op
posite Covington is between 12 and
14 inches thick.
The Mormon settlers near De
Sota havo recently been holding n
series or revival meetings.
Judgo Edward Archibald, a very
proininont attorney of Nobraika City,
died at that place last week.
Sholton, Bullor county, proposoa
to erect n sUrch factory in connec
tion with her flouring mill.
Mr. Uriah Bruner hs moved to
Norfold, where ho Is stationed as Re
ceiver of the U. S. laud office.
A Covington peace justice lias
got himself into trouble for alleged
usurpation of judicial functions.
W. II. Russell, of Fort Calhoun,
has decided to winter of flock of 3,000
sheep, on tho famous Arizona bot
toms. Tekamah has discovered unmls
takablo evidences of coal at the bot
tom of a well ono hundred ieot
Tho Now Year banquet of tho
Lincoln Bar Association was a suc
cess gastronomlcally as well as. rhe
torical. Hon. Henry M. Atkinson, 1'n
vey Extraordinary of the United
States to the Kickapoo tribe of red
skins, has returned to his home near
Brownville, aud was to leave for
Washington during the present
Several bunds of Winnebago In
dians from Wisconsin passed through
Dakota City last weok, en route to
Antelopo, deer, elk and buffalo
mests aro abundant at Plum Creok
at prices ranging from three to six
cents per pound.
Tho Beatrlco Cement Company
has secured the contract for furnish
in? cement for the now Lincoln post
Mr. Eavestho farmer on tbe
Pawneo reservation, was accidentally
killed by tho discharge of a pistol
Plattimouth has disposed of a
portion of her river front to the U. h
M. railroad for a ferry boat landing
and depot purposes.
The oldest Grange In tho State
is located in llarlom countv. and was
organized by J. H. Painter, now a
leading momber of tho Stato Grange.
A Plattsmouth brewery building
which, two years ago, had been pur
chased for $3,000, Is to be sold next
week. Its approved valuation now
Oakland Is located on section SG,
township 22, north ran go 8, east, in
the Logan Valley, at tho crossing of
tho wsgon roads from Tekamah to
West Point and Decatur to Fremont.
Tho champion hog is owned by
Benjamin Ssvell, of Lincoln precinct,
Nomaha county. His hogship is of a
tar color, aged two years and three
months, and weighs 814 pounds.
His father and mother wero Missou
riiuifl, nnd weighed 1,100 and 800
The Catholic Church for Nobras
ka City was tho scene of an interest
ing ceremony on Now Year's. Two
you iu lndios took tho whito veil,
while ono novice renounced forovor
the vanities of the flesh by tuldiiK
tho black veil. Tho Sisterhood nt
Nebraska City belong to the Benedic
Tlio jtllegod irregularities at the
Santeo Agency havo boon investigat
ed by Superintendent Batclay White,
who exonerates Agont Webster from
any dereliction ol duty in the dis
charge of his official obligations.
The agency physician, oti.tho other
nana, was loiinu wholly incompetent,
aud will consequently bo superceded.
Falls City is inhabited by a sot
of irreligious burglars, as may be in
ferred trom tho following item.clippcd
from the Nemaha Journal: "Villains
out, if not micrcllgious, were those
persons who broke into iioit'it unii
after the entertainment on Christ"
mas morning, and stolo thoso oysters
from tlio ladies who liau prepared a
festival for tho benefit of tho Eils
copal Church. Tho intrinsic value
of the nrticlcs taken was small, but
tho act was of a most contemptible
HONEY FOR THE LADIES.
Tho newly imported Roman scarfs
nro very beautiful, and are made a
quarter ot a yard wide.
Tho "kettledrum" mania lias ex
tended to Boston, and just at present
these uil tits aro tlio leading dissipa
tiou in fushiouublo society.
Tliero is an effort being made in
Boston to establish the fashion of re
ceiving callers in the kitchen, so that
pieMiinking aud gossip may go ou sim
The Whitewater. Wis., elrls Iiiyr
shrewdly signed an agreement not to
iraua hi nny store mai Keep open
after 8 o'clock in tho evening. This
gives the boys timo to call.
A now kind of imported fringo is
oi cut gins;, it is similar to the
old-fashioned buglo fringe, although
piottier, and upon black silk dresses
is very beautiful and nllective.
It is tho fashion to send tiny has
kcts of iloweis in preference to large
bouquets this winter. It doesn't
oost as much, and notes and things
can easily no Hidden among the roses.
. Whito cambric handkeichief with
colored hems arc now. Tlio prettiest
havo a whito centre nnd deep hem ot
pink. Another 'stylo is fluted aud
hits a colored monogram in tho mid
dle. Somo person has put upon tho
market a preparation for coloring tlio
iruiiu n dcllcato and beautiful pink.
It is intended for ladies only, says
tho label a bit of superfluous infor
mation, we Hunt.
In Paris tho young ladies are
wearing a very jaunty llttlo hat of
gray felt bound with gray velvet,
and ornamented with a gray aigrette
and lonjj gray feather. It turns up
on tuo rigut side, anu is altogether
The largo Turkih gold dollars aro
now made into necklaces and braces
lets, although tho latter are quite
out ot iasulon. Tlio coins are showy
and form effective ornaments. They
aro not very common, tneso new
necklaces, nnd for tbat reason are
lmagino tho mortification of a
JciTersonvillo young lady, to discov
er that she had bean walkincr un tho
street with a placard pinned to tho
back of lior dress, upon which was
printed, "two Thousand (Jh lid roll
Elizabethan ruffs and overskirts
aro going out of fashion together.
Apron-fronts succeed overskirts and
high standing collars tho ruffs.
Jppropos of tuo revival of collars,
some now and very pretty styles aro
Secretary Bolknap's gilt to bis
brido was a necklace, brooch, earrings
and spray for the hair, of diamonds
the sot being valued at $10,000.
Tho sotting is said to be very odd and
beautiful, and was manufactured ex
pressly to order.
Dresses made of two difforenl ma
terials nro quito tuo fashion. For
instance, a camel's hair cloth trimmed
with silk flounces, or a silk trimmed
with camel' hair cloth. The effect
is quito pretty, especially when the
dress is cut in the redingote style aud
has u pyramid of small flounces In
A Tama county (Iowa) girl of
nineteen summers has, with her owTl
hand, during tho pnst season, raised
1,000 bushels of corn, 600 head of
cabbage, 100 bushels of onions, and
calculates on notting $500. Some
Impecunious and buy Eastern youth,
who has been ouly able to raise a
feeble moustache uurlne his life, will
probably "go West" and marry tbJhJ
Workbaskotes of European manu
facture havo mufienl boxes in tho
centre cleverly hidden behind a
looMiig-giass or pin-cushion. As
tho fair lady plies her needle, sho
"hears music in tho air," and is ena
bled to do twice as much work (ac
cording to tho agent's recomuieuda-
tiou; with this affair at haud.
There are four woman decorated
with the French Cross of tho Legion
of Honor: Rosa Bonhauer, the pain
ter; MaQame Dubar, Superior of the
Convent of the Sours do TEsperance,
at Nancy; Lady Pigett, for her tie
votedness to tho wounded during tho
Franco-Prussian war, nnd Madame
Bertiia Rocher, of Havre, for found
ing a hospital.
A lady In New York says sho does
not want to be lectured about cxtrav
aganco, when, to her knowledge, tho
young men of tlio period brings homo
bills of $80 for necktie?, nnd $250 for
a few pairs of ivory nnd oxidized but
tons, and a night-gown of bluo India
silk, puffed and milled lu sinful fash
ion, tor $G0, and half a dozen of raw
silk underwear, nt $18 the set, aud
Balbrigfan so c Irs for $2.70 a pair, and
a dozen lawn ties for $7 apiece.
Policemen givo balls In Memphis.
Torro Haute is out of spirits be
cause of tho prevalence of ghosts.
Tho public debt statoment for
tho month of December shows an in
crease of $8,463,272.
The approaches to Now York
city are guarded by 1,000 guns, from
the ten-Inch rifled Parrott to the fifteen-inch
Tho Missouri IfarrUonian advor
tlses four hundred and twenty cow
bolls for sale, and explains that it
took them from hardware man in
payment for job work.
A church fair dovico in Troy
rathor knocks tlio mock marriage
chip off Tnlmadgo'H shoulder. A
ragged colored man mid woman en
tered the crowded-rooms and pleaded
for alms. They said tlioy were starv
ing, and their plight touched the
hearts uud wallets of tho crowd. Af
ter collecting a good sum of money,
tho colored couplo wiped tho burnt
cork from their faces, and two of the
pillars of tho church were revealed.
Regarding tho back pay question,
an exchange states that "tho lion.
Alexander Slouton, of Louisiana, who
represented his Stato in tho Uuito.l
States Senate from 1837 to 1848, has
written a letter requesting his mile
ago for two Congresses be sent to
hiu. Tho monoy is being looked up
in tho Treasury Department."
Tho Grand Duko Alexis lias pro
sontod the Univcrtity of Michigan nt
Ann Arbor thirty volumes relating
to tho history nnd educational in
terest; of Russia. Whether theso
youthful rowdies can ceaso from
their favorito pursuit of insulting
women, Btealing pamphlet", destroy
ing property, and disturbing those
who watch beside their dead, long
enough to acquaint thomselvcs with
the political economy ot their own
country, to say nothing of Russia, is
S??SSTS- .1 JJ m
St. Nioholas Bulletin.
St. Khholas says, with bis usual leer,
Keen a bright i ; aud you'll iwon tee him
The funny old fallow, p-rliijn you i.iay know,
Asked Hatter Ituiicn (a, lmli out bis show.
At. Nick aud nunco good friends long havo
Th retnr ho called to sec li t tit Rnln,
Savins, friend ilunoe I'vo got work for yoi,
Don't sUud for nil(K.i,ni tlio g.iods tfiiough.
Ifa looVcd round tho ntoro nnd siya with n
Thoso raps for hoys are not po.tin1led I think,
Tlin tliero are many, I kuow, who would
Pur collars covering all but the eyes.
And mittens, we hror, nro ft given nwny
By Kvc'a fairy daughters to their gjllauls so
(Doves, my d nr friend, ne'er come amlm,
As some think of refusing a fair damsel's khs,
l'urs for tho Ladles, dents wheio aro your
ej es, '
Tbey ulwn think them a very great nrlre,
Wlilln tho chlldrix delighted will think it
If yoi buy frotu, Dunce's a sollar nnd mull.
8t. Nicholas took a groat hucy to many otacr
things and concluded Hint Uunco'a was tho
IIUNCK'S, TlinChnniilnu llntlnr,
SIUUuukIus .St., Omaha, Nub
J'REiM HSU AND OYSTERS.
All kinds ot Iresn tun, such white
trout, bass, plck'.r.d, and icfch, from tlio
fisheries. Chlrkons, lira anil dressed
and all kinds of game, wTiolcsalo and
retail ; aauer kraut for aale by thu fiurt gal
lon or barrel, at B Hebron's, 2(M Douglas
street. Hoods ulcd at aliuit notlco,
COAYtt CO.VI. I ! C1IKAIM
Missouri oak, and shell bark hickory, Iowa
and Fort S.ott ioal stove wood, short and
long, at KU Chicago sunt, near 14th.
118 lu ' V unions.
Ifavlug hid long exporlonco In well-dinging,
I am prepared to till all orders for dlgjlug ami
retail Inn wells or inaklnx cisterns, 'terms
CHARLES MKOlIOFr A Co.,
Ml IVntfc tire.! ti Vnt.l ITartftko.
tlllta ' ' Omabrty, j
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Tho First National Bank
Cor, FsttUUom ami ISIh Htrccln,
TUB OLDEST BANurNd E9 fAUUoIlMKNT
(Successor to KoanUo Urotheri.)
BtUbUibed lu 1853. OnraaUed a a National
Bank, August SB, lb63
Capital ar.d Profits over .... (950(000
OMCSB9 JlHD DtaiCTOllS
B. OltKiaitTON, A UOUHTZB,
U. KOUNTZE, H. W. YATK8,
Vlco IWt. iss'i ('AsUlor.
A. J. I'OITLETON. Attun..T.
The Oldest Estiioiishoa
Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.,
Business transacted samo as that
of nu Incorporated Hank.
Accounts Kent in Currency or Gold
subject to sight chock without no
Certificates of Deposit Issued pay
nhlo on tlomnnd, or nt ilxcd date
hearing Interest nt six percent, per
nnimin, nnd nvallablo lu In all parts
of tho country.
Advances mado to customers en
aimnned securities at market rates
liny and sell Gold, Hills or Ex
change, (lot eminent, State, Conuty,
nnd City lloutls.
Wo givo special attention to nego
tiating Itnllroad and other Corpo
rate Loans Issued within tho Stato.
Draw Sight Irrnrts on England,
Ireland, Scotland, aud nil parts of
bell European Passage Tickets.
COLLECTIONS PHOMPILY MADK.
AI.V1N fHUtlUEKU, KN09 LOWS, BEN. WOOD
Pneldunt, Vlco Prosldunt, Cashier.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
N. YY.COK. FAUNDAM A 18TII 8TH.
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000.
Deposits ci email a ono dollar rocclvcv Mid
Compound Interest allowed on emn.
Certificates of Deposit.
Tho whole or rnytiart ol a doposlt after ro
raalnlnc in this ltank thno months, will draw
luteroet from dato of deposit to timo of pay
ment. Iho who o or any part of a deposit can
drawn nt anr timo. aosrtS-tf.
EZRA MILLARD, j, u UUlUMl)
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK,
Don&IaR ami Thirteenth Streets,
CAPITAL 1100,000 0
BUIU'LUB AND PltOmS 100.000 00
FINANCIAL AUENT I'OIt TUB UNITED
ajd DMiaKATUD DEPoarTonT ron DisBtrustK
Thl Knlc deals Cxchango, Government
Bonds, Vouchers, Gold Coin
MILLION AND Q0LDDU8T,
and soils drafts and rnnVos collections on
parts of Kuropo.
Drafts drawn payalilo In Gold or Currency on
tho Dank of California, San Francisco,
TICKKT3 for aato to cu parts of Kuropo vis.
tho Canard and National Htcauuhlp Lines, and
tho Hamburg American Packet Company.
r7 '.l,v-u a
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet. 13th i 14th SU., OMAHA..
OE-Oldcjt liinctlclng Dentists In llioclly
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
Qa-a 3?AX-aa.la.a,xxi. St.,
Dot. 13th and 14th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by uso of Ni
trous Oxide (las.
OSrOBlre open alall linurs.
(Utoot Thirteenth street.)
Douglas St.,opp. Metropolian Hotel.
l.-vi.u micimuii mi i m cirauing and re
pairing. WlllleiUd to recolre a call at my
near storo from my furiuer patrons aud the
nil lil In mtwirr.11 w
DA.1.1 .11. ...I ...II 1. ., . .
WP. 8. Satisfaction guaranteed In t'Tery
c. 7. zzAxcsirxr.
lit Cor. Kariilimn ana Eleventh 8s).
All kinds of TAILOrtlNO, Cleanln? and Ilo.
I'HlrlMtt done at reiaonahlr rates. .A flue lot of
l-unlHIIIM. (IOODS consiwtly on ,and
and sold cheap. ' uetftitP
13th St., bet. Faroham and Harney.
All klnda oi TAILORINO, CLRANINQ and
UlU'AIltlNU done at reasonable rates.
COFFEE SALOON (CAFE)
OS 12lh fatreet, lwtween Taruham and Harnor,
1WW( F,AM D,
XX O T J3 Xj .
0UAUA, . NUDBASKA
Thelanrcst nnd lest hotel botween Chicago
and Sill I rsnclwo.
OpenH new September 30th. 1873.
ti) tf OKO. TI1KALL, Proprletur.
Fronting on 4th, 6th and Walnut its,.
St. Louis, 7 Mo.
Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel Is Ant-clms In all Its
amiolutiniits I's tables are at all times sup
plfwl In tnr greatest abundance, with all tbe
delicacies the uurketsalTord. Its clerks and
eniplorr. are all polite and attentive to the
wants uf the guests of the hotel. There Is an
Improrcleluralnr leading from the first flour
to the up-r one. Itallroad and ateamboit
ticket fliticrs, newsstand, and Western Unlou
Telegraph dike lu Itotunda of the hotel.
FRITZ HAFNER, Prop'r.,
170 Souclaa t.f
OMAHA, - KEB.
Board and fAin by the day or week. Blnglf
mru, io coon j lAwging, io cents.
Lock Box 283. niartl-3m
Cor. 16th St. k Capitol A v.
Day Hoard, 94 pr wcok j Hoanl ntnl Lo.1g1i.ff
TEKAMAH ' NEB.
J. R. & II. C. BI'IIAUUK, l'rop'n.
The BEST LOPQINU and MEALS IN TOWN
Omaha men, giro us a call. aprttti
Pine street, between rourth and Flth streets
ST. LOUIS, containing ISO roouisj baring
lately added GO more room, la now prepared to
offer to tbo trarcllng Publlo the boat aitoiunio.
datlons. Ilooiu., 75 eta. to II per day. Al
weals 25 cts. each.
DOOU A TIIATClinit
The Central Hotei
The new building at the southeast corner
LoaTcnworth and Tenth streets, one
nortl of U. P. Depot.
'17 U FltED. T1IIE8, Trop
228 Douglas St., Ouiahn, Nob.,
Buggies Patent Wheels,
!?? igetns, Trotlln j Sulkies, Skeletons, Stu--etmter's
Uelebratod wagons, Jamei It. 11 Ill's
Celebrated Concord Harness and Whips,
Bobes, Blankets, Wagon Material of all Deacrlp
Uous, Spokes, Hubs, l'ollooa.and all kinds of
HARD WOOD LUMBER
Thimble Bkelns. Axles and Springs,
-. T. SX3VCXs3CXCSI
508 & 510 Fourteenth Street,
(Oltlro up stairs.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriages
aud liugglea on baud or u.ado to onler.
i. . a uiucmar aiieniiuu paiu 10 itcnair-
I'roprletor Sliupsou's lliif
Douglas street, lctwwn Tenth and Eleventh.
i IH ALT, ITS
HR AN CURS.
arrtEPAiitiNo noNn on short notict.
AND HATISKAOTION (JUAltANTEr.D.
. Jtc. ija.oaa.
CAUKIAGL', BXIOPY aittl WAGON
N. E. CORNER of litlu and HARNBV HTS,
Would respectfully announce to the public
thtt ho Is now ready to till all contracts Ie. the
tbore lines with neatnets and dispatch.
UA-Express wagons constantly ou hand and
Oity Meat Market.
Keep con.tantly on hand
A LARGE SVPPY OF
OQ7 3SlttooMitl. 8tr.f
Between Douglas and Dodge.
BEEF. POKK, MUTTON
VHAIi, FI,8Eyi P0DLTBY, 0AMB 4 VEQETABLE3.
OO BM3E 3D 3E3TOT7Jt3X
48 Twelfth t bet. Farnhaiu ttui
Dm tbe best cop of Coffte, CUooolste, ete , at
A. E. HUBERMANN & CO.,
WATCHMAKERS, OF JEWELRY
S. E. Cor. 13th & Douglas Sts.
JEWELRY & PLATED-WARE,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Doalors Caii Savo TIME and FREIGHT? by
Ordering of Us.
ENGRAVING DONE FREE OF CHARGE !
j;ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE A8 REPRESENTED.-
S. C. ABBOTT fc CO.,
WAT.T. FAFXHS, SJCOOHATZOr
No. 188 Farnham Street, Omaha. Neb
rHbllshcrg' Agoata for School Books ntt4 la Nebrnskfi.
VERY SINGULAR !
FOR SALt I AN ENTIRE SOLID TOWNSHIP
Six miles square (except the iwo school seat
flnelr located, with raluablo lniproTeraents"
cash! '.Ond",f,!0,!0bu,ia,n;c'e J, If.ir'aiVr'edVl." 'VXX'ZZ' X 1""?" on "-
ths tho purchaser must nircasli-JJ w&iwr .-V. S"SJ US ".. I".ix u owu alto. vc i
111 !.i tlio purcluwr iuut par cash 5.1 nv
or one-fourth rt TKwhota'.um .Ml l.-l-iLS.'u.?-l,.r?.iVu' JK?VT "il- when
II tftkon Itr rAllahlA titlA.
Tajlora Great Und AB,ncr, OTerTlrst-JTatlonft KOnT.T;. Neb
W.fcd.J.I'.E XjEID. OOT,nT?.Qll
OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Artists' and Deoorators' Materials
638od 636 Fourtoonth St, - - OMAHA.
511 & 513 Thirteenth Street,
FURS, FORTY PER CENT. BE
LOW NEW YORK !
n Important to Ladies I now offer mv
large stock of Furs at greatly reduced
prices, including a
stock of mink furs,
cnoice ana seiecxea
(wo itiucaii auyiea.
w per cenx. oeiow in. x. prices, anca
guaranteed as represented. Please call anc
see Tor yourseir. rur ueaiers and ury Uoods Mer
chants please look, at my large stock of furs before
ordering east. A. HUBERMAN. ",0"
Burlington Route Time Table.
EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST.
rcstlugliouse Safety Urako.
I.EAVU OMAHA.... ..
ktalloni. Atlantic lit,
Arrlre HiirllniUon B 50 a. k.
do Meudota -.11 2i a. u.
do riikngo 8V0i u,
1:30 p. u.
9 IS p. M
7.11 a. M
1:30 A. if
uo lcorla v 02 A. w,
Through cars Irons th Missouri RlTor toChlsun. Imll.n.tinii. fHn,i..,',..i t :.....
(iinnectlona at UcwpclaU with llnea loading
,' SP'jR,!??'.?!!' V?1 0S?,,ILU.C .eu V "
A. K. TOU2AUW, Oeu 1 Ticket Agent.
.un is im. int, Kwiwi, uuicxua. nuu cneaiwst rouie
M. J. MoKELLIGON,
Importer and Jobber of Forelga ud DeMMtlc
"Wines and Liquors,
T O B A O O O l LztTX OXOA.HM
No. 142 Farnham Street,
OLD XEHXU0KT WHI8IIB8 A BPE0IALTT
lar-AOKNT FOR TUB XLDORADO
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
239 Farnham St.,
Union Pacific Ruilrr,ad
A'LMd.Oraat.-of 12,000,000 Acret of the beat
TUii OABJJEfl or THE
STboao lands are In the central norllnnnf id
Itude. Ike reulral llueot the ureal Temperate
aruwiuKauusioia: rauiDi; unsurpassed urauy In
nrrriPPD m munn , i, .......
wuu. uu ta i aivit, mere laicraoioierr
nvn atiii ti:n ykap
OOLONIBTS aud aOTDAL P'
roTOLERactnbayraToa Years' OraJlt.
wioe to ll OBEDIX
AUll tllft Tlixat Tnnnitnnc,
s.o 3trAa 160
IIIIWUIVU r r .,-. .1H . . o. w.nAirTu
lo nil of rl.h r.m.in. i.-i . . I
' 'arming land, well watered I
Vellglei' No .X of .?,.? IZV 'VV
r,.,,, jiu. rifi. Taxes paid,
BETAIL DEALHRB IS
large and elegant i
manufactured oi the
SKins according to
jxu uur turs are SOlC
Fullmau's ralaco Dining Cri.
Ar. Iudlsnapolla. 6 20 r. M,
Uo t'lii(.lnnatl...ll.30 p. u.
do Loaansnort 6 53 p. u.
0 30 A. M
10 00 A. M
4 20 p. M,
V 20 A.M.
do Columbus 2.43 A. U.
O;20 I'. U
" ' ' -...!. .u
to tho East, North aud South.
Mf'1l'n Missouri Rlror Railroad
C. K. PERKINS, Oen'l fl
- - - Omaha, Nob
WIMX COMPANY. CALIFORNIA
J .( WILCOX
and Indian Goods,
Line ot tbe
PABHIMO and MINER '.. T
- " Jinm or Ataeriea'J
IX THE BE vr yxvLRA
WEST HOW OB BAT jB I
Zone ' .i on.1' ilitdejree of NolhUt'
.4 United 8tato ,
!J.VMa BW eenTnlBtto market tian ottl
given with Interut at SIX I'KIt CnNT.
Landa at tbs urn
vr.it nr.NT. vmt pa air.
FOR AOTUAD SETTLERS.
for Colonies 2
vm or XifixxcU
!. PUUW la ifaiUeh. a.
. kuimi r. . vn:W7oi..c,, A
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