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KTltr, DMAHA DAILY HRK
! wttk.1 to subscribers' 1r carrier, to any
nirliil tlmtllv. every t-vcnlinr, (lundaii rs
joiiloJ.) It Mlwii iviiMiHTWrtk.ort iBhJ
Ix months, and 11.00 pcranfiiim, whin pi"
Ail minnlalnli limit Irregularities, add""'
Hill office will receive prompt ttlenlV'n.
IiikOmaha Dll.r 1UR will I ijj
...i-fiir. i ihu rllnwliii rates, nayiuioiii
rladlr In alvanccl
(7.ii or ntintim.
S.7 " C monlhii. , , ,.
Tim Omaha lAir.r fieri hM by ", ;"
liAIUIllIT circulation In lh rTi ",' ,'"
therefore, the beat ami thwpwt advertising
"TtATM or ADVErrrisiNty-:''! notlrM, M
cent. per line: IixtJ icrtls'incrit, 21
nlspsr llnej by tu '""""i .'" .'i"" ""
Ivrrlljemont Inscr! for Iom thin BO rents.
Biwlal nollroi, cwU Per ne eiugie inw-
Uou, not loss tWn 23 conu. , ,,,
Transient ovortlscmenls muit invariably 1
lUlcsfur standing advertisements by special
control . .
All Wat Notices, Btatements, Tabular
Work, etc., requiring careful revision by copy,
or I'roof to U furhlsh.d. tnutl bo handed In
Icfore I'M o'clock A. U. to Insure Insertion tbe
mine ilny. ...
b..ial and Loral advertisement beforo two
o'clock p. it.
Advertisement! beforo one o'clock r. it.
All advertisements for tho Wkkklv IIkk
roust le handed In IxJore Monday noon, for tbe
lino wl'i luim.
of Mnllu In
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''iIcaj nnJ nil lltstnrn clllei, Nebraska
City, I'littsiuouth, Council Mull, nud Burling
ton, dtiaat lu:M a in,, closes at 4.10 it. in. and
1:11 1. in.
HI. txMilsmnl HI. Josanh. ilus al 10.10 II. III.
ami 7 p in.; closnt l:li. Hi. nnd 1.3) n, Mr
uutie open minnays irom 121111 p. .
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Time Caul of the Iliirllm.ton Haute
Impress 2.S0 r,
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Mill X.UO A
u. IMatl 10.11 r
Mall' 10. n P. M
Sundiyaoxcopted. Moiidaya excepted
This Is the only Una running l'liHnim Itotil.
J. W. ihrtiicocK, Haruv P. Dr.ri.t,
Oen'l. Vc. l'ass.Agt. Ticket Agent.
Chtcaso, 111. Onialia, Hub,
Hatty Rznro ll::!OA.M.
Dally Mixed 8:00 P.M.
Dally Frolzht 6.30 A.M.
9.00 P. M.
2.J0 P. M.
Vhlrvco. Itork laland
Mail Sd0A.M. 10:40P.M.
Kxirea 2.50P.M. tlO.OOA.M.
Wuii'ldTi excepted. tMondaya excepted.
Chicago A: JVortliXTcntcrn.
Mall S:MA.M. 10:40P.M.
Uiprusa 2.50 P.M. tlOlOOA.M
ICaiiaaa City, St. Jo. & Council llluim
.MornlugHxpros... B.10A.M. 10.00A.M.
HTiulnir Kxprtf 2:90P.M. C:10 P.M.
Oiuaha Sc Northwratorn and ttloux
City St VaclUc.
MallExpreia 8:15 A.M. 2:15 P.M.
Daily excopt Bnndaya.
Omnlbnaea and Baggage: Wagons learo tbo
ofllce, corner Karnliam aud Ulutli etrcoti, llf
ttn inluutea la adrauco of tho aboe Kallroai
TO AIIVCIITIBKUS. The CITY
ClKCUIiATIOX or tho AII.V DEB
UxcceiU by, aoverul IIunlrel (hut ol
It dully 1 licit 1 4Joatoiuioutrlca) Coni
SyTho Lost anil cheapest UtiU,
Capa, niul Fura at "Fredericks."
Tho public schools bcgan ngalu
Dan. Bogle, Jr., )iat.a narrow
escape from drowning yestorday.
lit) backed into a liolo whe'ro his
men wore cutting ice, but fortuunte
ly was pulled out.
An artesian well it being sunk by.
Plnrco & Addis, on Thirteenth strcot,
opposito tho -Herald oflice, for the
purpose of obtaining a sufllci'ont sup
ply of water for tho engine of that
Tho follow vrho was expecting
u holiday on Washington's birthday,
was greatly disappointed to learn,
upon exnmininghecalcndar for 1874,
that that day will cotno on a tiunday
thin year."' '
. "Nnrren Zcmtng," (Fools' Ta
per), is tho title of a weekly sheot, to
bo issued from now till tho 17lh of
February, in tho interests oi the
which takes plnccon tho evening of
that day. Tito p.ipor U well edited,
mid will do much to advertise the.
Tho caso of William Mack
ngalnst one Gosh, on n promissory
nolo, camo up beforo Justico 11 ramies
yestorday but a change of vonuo
was taken by coiiHont of nttornoys
beforo .Tudgo Teabody. Tho trjal
will take placo this afternoon,
llurnhnm & Kolloy for JIack, J. S.
fjpauu fqr G)sh. This is tho cuso
uiwu which that "matrimonial
agency" articlo was based. Wo hope
tho matter may bo thoroughly sifted.
Omaha Typographical Union.,
At u meeting of tho Omaha Typoi
'graphical Union, hold, at their hall,
January -lth, tho following 'ofllcon
wero chosou for tbo term ending
Juno30th, 1871: Presidcnt-O. D.
Schultz; Vico-Presidont J. W.
Mtirkloj Financial Secrot;ary A. J.
Howoj Treasurer O. Wr Tobln ;
Recording and Corresponding' Socro
tary John E. Henry; Sorgeanat-
Arms W. V. Sorcnson. Tliu rrosi-
dont auuouncod tho faMowing stand
Iugcommittcc8 : Exccutlvo Com-
inltteo T, W. Lowe, chalnfmu,; 4G,
W. llrowstcr, and lllohnrd i'tigh.
Finitnco OommiUeo Tlios. Wolfe,
airmail'; Jos. Ilromorcamp, nud
K h. Curtis.
"'' Sai.k. Saloon and fixturcw.
" MOt Auctioneers,
Uor a Smooth-longed Villiau
Played Ilia Gnmo ou a Lady.
Protonding that Ho had been Sent
for Hor by Her Invalid Hus
band, Ho Beats Hor Out of
$170, and Leavos Her at
Omaha, Fivo Hundrod
Miles from Home.
no ono nowadays to
hear ihatn confidence g.imo has been
played bJjOno man upon nnolher, ns
thcro are' so many villains in tho
world whol'llve by their witV but
when wo learn of a deep laid confi
denco transaction, by which n woman
is led nwayfjoin her homo hundreds
of miles bya smooth-tongued rascal,
and robbed" of ncurly two hundred
dollars, then nro wo led to lament the
depravity of tho human hcut, mid
to concludo that thoro is nothing too
wicked, cruel, mean, or cowardly,
that sorno men will not do for the sako
of acquiring mouoy.
The immo of tho victim of the lat
est confidence game, the details of
which wero rolated 'to us this moru
lug is Mrs. Alexander, hailing from
Quliicy, Illinois, and now stopping
temporal ily at tho City Ilotol. Tho
confidence operator ,'stylcd himself
Henry F. May. "
It appears that Mrs. Alexander hns
an invalid lnisbind, suffering from n
paralytic Btroke, traveling in Cali
fornia for bis health, and making his
headquarters at B.ieramctito. Karly
last week; 'May, who had evidently
been in California, and there, becomo
acquainted with Mr. Alexander and
learned all about his family nud other
matters, nrrivedjin Quincy, and called
nt tho house of Mrs. Alexander, where
he found her and her sNtor nt home.
"How do you do, ladies," said the
nfiiiblo May. . VThis is where Mr.
Alexander lives, I believe." Ho
looked up ttt tbo wall of tho parlor
into which Jio had been inhered, and
seeing n painting of Mr. Alexander,
ho continued, "That's a splendid
plcturo' of'Mr. Alexander." Then
perceiving a likeness of Mr. A. in
n lockot that was attached
to n cbainr. about Mrs. A.'o
neck, ho said to lior, "Vou must be
Mrs. Alexander, as I see bis picture
in thnt lockot. Jt is u vory correct
one. Mrs. Alpxandcr, I might ns
well tell you at once that my name
is May, and I am tho gcutloman
whom your husband has requested to
accompany you to California to moot
him. Ho desires that you should
visit him as soon as possible." Hav
ing thus introduced himself, ho went
on to state all about Mr. Alexander,
and to relrtto littlo incidents about
him and his family, all of which was
dono in order to win tho confidence oi
Mrs. A., and to prove thnt May wab
an intimato friond of her husband.
Mrs. Alexander consulted her
frieuds about tbe mattor, and as they
thought everything was all right,
they advised her to go. Upon ask
ing May how muph money slio need
ed, he replied about two hundred
dollars, with which sum sho accord
ingly supplied herself, nud left
Qulnoy lost Thursday with May.
Sho put $90 in his hand? at starting,
and oiit of this mouoy ho paid hor
faro to Omaha, whero sho arrived
Friday night, and plopped nt the
On Saturday ho represented to
Mrs. A. thnt ho was rathor pressed
(or'mohoy,but that bf telegraphing
to tho mint nt Oonvcr, with which
ho said bo was in soma way con
nected or had mouoy fit ore, ho would
be nblo to obtaih funds upon arriving
thpre;- Ho then asked Mrs. A. to
lend'hlm $100, till thnt time, ns ho
absolutely needed tho monoy to
travel with till thoy should reach thnt
point. Mrs. A., supposing thnt Den
vor was on tho lino of tho Union Pa
cific, aud having every confidenco in
tho iutegrity of May, lot him have tho
money, without any suspioioiiiirising.
May thou asked hor if sho had any
moro monoy, ton or fifteen dollars,
and bIio replied, that sho had only
some' small pocket change Even
this strango question did not nrouso
ajjy suspicion. Xcstorday afternoon
about two o'clock ho loft tho ho.tel
with tho intention, as ho told Mr.
jA. upon leaving, of (.olpgraphlng to
Denver so that his money would bo
awaiting him thcro. .
May proceodod to tho Uulou Pa
cific dopot, whero ho was seen
tq tko tho transfer train for tho cast,
whithor ho dopartod with , Mrs, A.'s
money, about $170.
About ten o'clock Sunday night,
sho camo to tho conclusion that May
had decoived and swindled lior, and
sho then told hor story, to tho clerk
of tho hotel.
Mrs, Aloxandor was not very dts-
consolato over tbo, loss; alio was
greatly aggravated; liouqver, to think
that thero was a man living who
could stoop bo low asto play
such a mean and heartless trick upon
a woman. Yesterday morning Bhe'
tolcgraphod homo for money with
which to roturn to Quincy.
Fortunately she has plenty of funds,
eo that after nil hor experience will
'Hot bo so hard as if sho had lost every
cent she possessed. As soon as she
arrives at homo she-wiU undoubted
ly entertain hor frtonds'wlth thenar
ratlvo of her trip, nnd also Ifiform
hor husband by letter of hor little
May is a vory tall nun, nt loait six
foot six inches in hcitrht, lay rough
'AtiirtfoliJuWliUkni dyod black,
and in about fortyflye yeaw of ago,
HEAD IRONED OUT
An Irato Husband Punishes a
Medical Man for Being too At
tentive to His Vifo.
Yesterday morning, ono Dr. Gay
lord mado n complaint beforo Judgo
Peabody ngiinst.Iohn Albert, a Ger
unn, charging him with n?siult and
battery. Albert was arrested by
Deputy Sheriff Hanlnn and lodged
in jail to await his examination nt n
lato hour this afternoon.
From what wo can learn from
different sources, tho particulars of
tho affair, and tho causes thnt led to
tho assault, are as follows : It ap
pears that sorno time ago Mrs. Albert,
who is an American woman, hnd
so in o trouble with her husband, and
leaving him, stored some of her things
in Dr. Gnylord's office. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Albert afterward beenmo friends
again, and both proceeded to tho
doctor's office, and took possession of
her nrticles, and began living to
gether again nt their residence, cor
ner Eleventh and Marcy streets.
It seems that Dr. Gaylord nnd Mrs.
Albert attend tho Methodist church,
while Albert goes to tho Lutheran.
Sunday night sho was not nt church,
and yesterday morning Dr. Gaylord'
thiukiug probably bIio might be sick,
called nt the hous ns wo supposo in
a professional way. Ho was mot nt
tho door by the husband, who told
him that ho would teach him that
he musn't fool with his wife. Ho
thereupon laid Dr. Gnylord's fore
head open with a flat-iron, cutting
an ugly gash. Tho two men closed
and had quite a tussle, during which
Albert throw Dr. Gaylord on tho hot
stove, nud burned IiIj hand badly.
Gaylord, however, was game, nnd
did not give up before ho had
punched his nutagonist about tho
head and fnco quito soorely. He
thou proceeded to tho Police Court,
told hisstoiy, nnd wanted Albert nr-
rcsted; but ns ho claimed Albert was
crazy, ho was advised to go to Judgo
Peabody, which ho did, tho result
being the arrest as abovo stated.
Albert claims that Gaylord has
beou interfering willi his family mut
ters, nud that ho ordered him to
leave his houso this morning, whore
upon Gaylord strijck him first.
Tho trial yesterday afternoon re
sulted in Albert being fined $1.00 and
Hurnhnm & Kolloy for the defense
nud District Attorney Council for the
Mr. C. Kotchum returnoi frpm
Col. Notownre, Stale Superintend
dent of Immigration, lclurned from
tho oast yesterday.
Mrs.O. P. R. Williams, wifo of the
editor of tho Grand Island 7Yim,
went east yesterday, to be absent on n
tbreo month's visit to her relatives in
Among tho many arrivals at tbo
Wyoming Hotel nro the following :
J D Hoover, Stanton, Neb; D Ded
man, Covington, Ky; Geo Yoll, Da
venport, Iowa; 0 Dutton, Peoria, III;
S F Honry and family, Denver; E A
Taylor, Sydney, Frank Ingram, Goat
iBlnnd; Andrew Garrison, Unnsiapooj
D McKenzie, Lincoln; Soth Johnson,
San Francisco; W Prest, J II Itooler,
Chicago; O F Itobillard, U H Shel
don, Now York.
Real Estate Sales
Up to Saturday, January 3, 1874:
It A Drown to Lewis Brown, lot 2,
block 82, Omaha, $800.
L Frost to O H Harder, 3 acres of
island in Platto rivor, $70.
JJ Oroighton to J A Croigliton, 70
ncros in sections 28 nnd 29, lf, 13,
E Oroighton to John A Orcighton,
lot 3. block 24; lots 1 nnd 2, block
20; lots 1 nud 3, block 01, Omaha,
Amanda Graff to John Anderson,
lot 1, iu A KounUo's addition, $000.
A P Drake to Fred and Philip
Motz, west half of lot 2, block 207,
A S Paddock to Ketibcn Ross, Jr,
lotC, block 181 1-2, Omaha, $G00.
John Duff to U P It 11 Co, lots 1
and 2, block 231, Otnnhn, $1.
J H McShnno to John McCreary,
undivided half of northeast 11, 10,12,
$1,000. ' ' '
II U Kichards to II J Rolfs, south
half northeast quarter, 12, 14, 10,
StrnhN SIngor to Jnno E Bull,
lots 3 nud 4, block 106, Omaha, $1,
Buy SCHOOL BOOKS at tho BA
ZAR, tho BIST book store. Also,
Imported Birds only ones in ), and
Stationory and WnlJ Paper, It
Tho best stock in tbo city (prlcos
lower) at llKNnY Dohle & Co.'s.
Save Your Paper Rags' and Pat
ronize Homo Industry.
Arrnugomouts nro now under' way
by tho undersigned to erect a paper
mill in Pmnlin, ol on early tiny. Ho
would therefore invito ovorybody to
save their rags for lldiiie consumption.
Extra prices ,paid nt my wareholiso,
10 1 olid 100 Douglas street, between
10th and Hilt. II. Bbiithold. .
Indian curiosities at 163 Farnham
-reel ' . ul4V
, Ske MoITulligoa's card on tho fourth
page. . aug23tf
1 .. ,
wgry nrticiQ ns
Tho Sufferings of tho Poor.
Tho nunibsr of cases ol destitution
andot applications to Acting-Mayor
Gibm for pecuniary nld, is orv
largo. Hardly n day passes without
his listenina to one or moro talis of
woo nnd distress, nnd prayers from
tbo poor for help from tbo city.
Two or three days since-ho had his
attention called to n enso on Ninth
street; and he investigated it him
self. At No. 050, ho found two
families consisting of two mothers
nnd eight children. Somo of tho
children wero actually bare-loot, and
wero very ecnntily drescd in other
respects. They had nothing to llo
down upon except tho floor. When
they came hero from Liucoh:,
a few days ngo, ono of tho
women bought a stovo worth about
$1.00 from n junk store. Sho hnd no
monoy, but gave n silver watch and
dress pattern, both of which wero
worth about $10.00, for it. Tho
rooms wero nlmost without any fur
niture, nnd the inmates appeared as
though they wero starving to death.
It appears Hint they were brought to
this sad stale of affairs by tho folly of
their husbands, who. when they nr
rived nt Lincoln, from tho East, not
long ngo, had each $1 ,000. Thoy took
to drinking, and then to gambling,
and soon lost every cent. Their fam
ilies wero then shipped to Omaha.
Tho namo of ono of tho families is
Hnscall, and they camo from Maine.
Acting Mayor Gibson, after acor
taiulng all tho fncts iu tbo case, nt
oncotook stops for their immedinto
relief. Thcro aro other ca?os in the
city nt tho present timo that need
tho nttcntion of tho nid societies, ns
tho city cnnnOt take care of all of
them. Almost every day tho city Is
called upon for holp. Tho question
is, how is that money, which has
been rnicd nnd donntcd for the ben
efit of tho poor, being applied? If it
lias already run out, thou wo would
suggest that sorno grand cutortnin
ment or fair bo gotten up to raiso
funds for this purpose,
Free Exhibition of Oil Paintings.
Tho American Art Unlrin of Now
York havo shipped to this city 100
first-class oil paintings, beautifully
mounted iu gold nurfaco frames,
which will bo open for Inspection
this afternoon in tho Grand Cen
tral Hotel (next door to tho drug
store) on Farnham street. In tho
cataloguo you will find the celebrated
names of P. Hanson, W. Krippcns
dorf, II. Vou Hauscn, O. DeiiokaH, J.
Schnpllor, If. Aryido, W. II. Lang
worthy, II. Londel and many othc'is
equally noted. This grand collection
consists of landscape, figuro nnd fruit
piecos; among which are tho Yoscm
ito Valley, by P, Hnnson ; Tli'o Ma
donna' iu tho Chair, by Schaeffer ;
October Twilight on tho Mohawk, by
II. Londel; Hunter's Headquarters;
by W. Wttlthcr, &c. Tho catalogues
can bo had at.cxhibition room. It is
hoped that our citizens will call and,
examine thoso magnificent works of
art. ' jnnOdlt
High livers, thoso indulging iu
caso nnd pleasure, nnd thoso of sedau
tary habits, can provent Boils, Car
buncles, Gout, Red Skin, Eruptions,
Pimples, Constipation, Pilot, Qrowsi
ncss, Billiousnesa, nnd other condi
tions induced by such habits, by
taking from four to bIx of Dr. Pierco'a
Pleasant Purgative Pellets onco n
week, or, better still, ono to two
each night. Twenty-fivo cents n
vial, by nil druggists. GGS-d&wl
Go to Solomon's best Coal Oil.
Try Head Light Oil, 175 fino test;
safooslard; only 40c. per gallon.
Black Alpacas at 20 cts. Fonnor
prico 40 cts., nt CnuicKsiiANK's.
Fniir cararqels nnd
taffy at La
octStf Gf-nuinf. Gooiig in tho millinery
line, and cheap, at Mrs. Atkinson's,
cor, of 17th st. nnd Capitol av.
Or,D papors fur sale by tho hundred
at tho Bee ofllco.
Holiday hats and bonnols. Some
thing new, at Mrs. Atkinson's, corner
Capitol nventio and Seventeenth sts.
If you want to buy a lino and clos
gant, nnd at tho Bnmo timo cheap,
dress, call at Bushman's, 13th strcot,
bet. Farnham and Douglas, Only
one prlco asked. 24tf
Remember Cruickshnnk's great
closing opt sale. janOdlw
If you wish tq savo monoy in buy
Ing dry goods, cxqinjuo thoso nt
Busbmau's strictly ono prico cash
store, 13th st., hot. Farnham nnd
Douglas. ' ' dec27tf
Cheap John has romovod to 147
Farnham, near IQtli atv Call nnd get
CASH PAID FOR DRESSEIi
HOGS, by F. II. GJesslcman ; dllice,
21 12 Farnhain street. d2Glf
O. B. Fitch pays cash for second
hnnd furniture. 490 Twelfth street,
beljvecn farnham nikl Ilnrnoy,
np25 U ' '
liEAVK your ordors for GiMiAbpy
Coai, of,Ottumwo,i212J Farnham et,
Reduction iu CimI,
Iowa Coal, $7.00.
J'ort Scott ('.ml, J8.no.
This Coal Is of the finest quality
I). IJlKU.It, ,lu ,
G'i'l Fourteenth Hlitrt, near post ulllco.
Next Thursday masked lull nt the
Itolicmiati hall. Admission 00 cents.
Masked persons admitted fit'P. Good
music nnd refreshment-'. Order will
be preserved. W. Kuer.itA.
1. 111 OS' -Sarah Aim I'jr on, nl'e of Join
Par Inn. .
'llio tinoral will IVte pit o tiliy nt '
p in., from the rest leuoo, corner of I7lli mil
Hurt tliecl". All frl. lids of tho family arc re
tacstid to alt hd.
NOTICE. AdTcrtlcinen!s of To Let, Kor
Pale, 1wt, Wants, Pound, Hoarding, Ae.itrlll
1 liKertoillii liiera columns onco for TEN
CENTri per linot each Biiliseiiuptit Insertion,
I'lVE CENTS per line. Tim rirt incrtloii
never less shin TWENTY-l'IVK CENTS.
STlt.UEP Oil KTei.KN-A blatk nnd
whltogoit, from tlin Cozzuns lloim yard.
Tim fludcr will hi Biilliibly rewarded by lotv
higher at aluito address, or thing any Infor
ms Ion us to lur wlu'ic.ibouts. Dlstppeirrd
uljhtol Dec. 31st. jnStt
FA. HOI.ZIIEIElt, No. SM I'rnham at,
, tints to oll or to rent his tw hnifes at
same ac'o, iheap for money. Long lease an
be el ten. 013'
WANTED-A ciok, mm or woman, at
northwest cor. luth nnd llarner.
JiMf MIW. Kliht.EY.
-IIOUSE Kill IlEST On Pith st.. bet
J I Howard and Jtcksun sn pr month
H. A.TAYLOll A CO.
PIANO 1011 UENT.
rJ. A. TAYLOR A CO.
ITIOII KENT A linuso with 0 rooms, on
Cutrlo4 iitrot. ShliniM addition. Itotween
2M nnd 2M street. Addnss
Ja3lS through Postolllce.
"ITTANTED tlcrmtn drill clerk or German
VV jrnutli that wishos to learn. Apply to
i;. i . i.oouiiiaii
llfugjlst, l'jtrnliam street.
TS thcro a sporting laly anywhere Jhn do
slnsa dlftrect gontloiUBii of good nddnss,
to nstlst In nuking mnnnf.
Jat4 WM. PITTS, Orniha, Neb.
FOIl lll'N P Houo ol.fi vo ro'im, closet",
goo 1 cellar mid cistern,' No. J2s Cass !.,
Wl. la h niul 14th. Apply to Win. Howitzer,
cor. Jones and 7th lro. (. Ja'.'tt
IlKNT On Ifilh st , mar
8. A. TAYLUIl A CO.
HOUSE I'OIl ItENT-On lstli, l-t. Chicago
nnd Cass. H. A. TA YEOll A CO.
l'OIl ItENT-On NlVeor. lOlhand
j l nica;o,
H. A. TAVEOHACO.
TJlOIl llErsT 7 rooms, niltablo for dwelling,
1 (nr. KHh and Chh.igo.
H. A. TAYI.OU A CO. ,
HOUSE l'OIl RENT On Oil. nnd Dodge.
S. A. TAYI.OII A CO.
WAMI.D TobiiT for cash, n houso and
lot. Apply al No. 210 Furuhini stree',
Iwtncvn ltthniul lath. Ja.1-lw
FOIt HAI.E Ilniito nil Jot, on cArn.r of
10th and IVnrir, which will bo told cbeip
tor cash. lii(iitro on the premises. JallC
FOll IlENT A hnus) with 7 rooms, on lit
st .hot. Jackson and Jones. 'Inquire nt
PAHTIES auiitltiinislilnnco In .lo'lng r
unfiling Mia of boo'is, r wanting a po--tnniiont
liook-Liepvr, wlllnpnlv io
, mt J.MI.EVAKB.
ilcc29-lw tao I ariiham street.
A NEW .SrVI.E
in Woolen nnd Wlro
1... ft ...I. ,.-.,. r ..
J. V I loner htuuR
. imrcli ii'o.
.'...I... llltf, iihik I.UCK!, jur
Mnttllllrfitrpr nf Pi imt IMn.li.M
i:ars and linpiovcd Ironist llomU and Chll
f)'',,i6hUhlatW. lluoiilt'ii, Oaiiienter and
rplIltl'E furnished rooms to ront, with enn
J enleiiies for file. Imiulrout No Cl'.l I'il-
MAIETeicherWanleil-ln District No. 2.
. . 'VlT'y lo E'. C Dudloy, or to E. I ntrltk.
Tjiqit BAI.r. AT A 11A1K1AIN A neat
V. (QtiptartuhlQ house, In Rioilnjitlr, ttllh I
rooms, cell ir, out h iiise, nnd t'oof ilslem. In
qulro nt P I, McDonald's-, corner lOUi nnd
I arnluiii streets. dlJ tf
VTEW, AT T. O. llUUNEItS.
XTEW MI'-SS MACKlntEL.
-JVTEW PICKU'.S IN VINEOAIt.
jjiucsif oysTEi', Kyniiy '
ALE KIND.i OF
yytii'SED oft Ai.ivr, -
A T ALt-ESDCJItPS, COq Doiig'as afreet.
ALSO CHOICn.ArrLIM hy tho barrel.
PARKE GODWIN, ,
Attorney at Law,
309 1-2 THIETEEHTD STREET, 0KAHA.
T. W. T. Iticluuds;
Attorney at Law,
Ofllco 510 13th J5t., hot. Fnrnliani
and Douglas, Omaha, Neb,
P, 0. Vox 800. aiigtllf
J. 8. SrAU.N, OKO, K. fBITCH KTT
3PAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attorneys mil Counselors at Law.
Offlcc, BOO Twelfth Htrcct.
P, O. Ad.ir...( Twit nr iAi.i'Oiiiaha, Neb.
Wr J. CONNELL,
OouaaoUpr .t Xi,x7-
District Attorney for Secoud Jud
OrriCR ftouth ldo qf Farnham, Ijetwoen
ISth and 10th ts., opnoslta Court House.
E. KSTABItOOK, - W. M. FltA NCI8
Esta!rook & Francis,
Special attontloulrcn to Court Practice.
Fourteenth and Douglu its
G. W. AMJJltOSE,
CLttornoy vt - Xjvxt7
BEDICICS OPEKA HOUSE
OMAHA, . NKB.
bAVAGE & MANDERS0N,
Attornoys at Iaw5
2 TAnNHAM BTItnAT.S
JIVES W, SAVAOR, !... , . I
CiiiUKS v vAHprKin,01011, Nebraska. I
For Moohanics, IMern of Small
Moano, aud Evorybodyv,,
itiiiin i: t imitirtfiiisNo juitpiTt lumsrii
t I'lfly A i of land
In Iho. H'doft of 'tho City!
I yln iiiiuii-HtUdy sou Ih of M.Mnrj's acnue,
Imiw.iii KHliaiil Jllh slreels, ndln iilng Mr
I iirilisso's, on tliu "iiiithi 'l'obaiold Iu pir
ulsof olio iu N mill, at
SI , O O O !
Over Jin,!))) worth
lino been sold In the
pa"t lliinj iisjs.
Pir.s; Coma 1'Ir.it Sorvoil, nt Ihcsi
Prlcct, Until April 1st, when
It ATKS WlI.Ti UK DOUUI.KO
Ladies Fashionable Cloak
a.nd Dress Maker."
Promenndo Suits', Kvtmng Drcists, Wedding
bu t, Morning WMppcra, Coals, .(c., cul to
order In the latest hirlsliti styjes. Having
carried on fnshlontblo cutting anil flltlng lor
ladles In nil lis branches In Iho rnilom i.idtala
and centres (if fimlihiti In Piir..nn ..n.i A...n.-1..r
'I take pleasoro In Introducing myself to tbe
"""'o " i"ioiia. riuisiuriioii Kiiiirameociriu
every deptrtniont of my prof sslon. ',"J
No. noa lat'i irrt.
oclCdly . ii, WEi.P."
, E. F. OQ,plt,
637 11th Bt.f botweon PonglM and Dodgo,
7lf OMAHA, NKII.
100 VAUNIIA.il STUKUT,
- 3 j r a
- Between 10th and lltb, . v
VICTOR DUCROSS, - Prop'r.
tables suppled wnn everything
In tho Market
Open From 7 n. m. to 12 p. m.
All Meals Servod to Order.
OYSTEES SERVED IN EVERT STYLE,
Gamo in season. Prices to suit the
CHARGES III EWE,
2G3 I'uruhaia atrat, .ktween lllh ant ISth,
361 Faruhniu Nt., Oct. 14(l A ltltli,
O-OXIKT DE A. S. 1C ,
253 Hamiy street, between Hth and 15th.
y t -ji''
iBk. -r7rk.r. 4r.7
Cnrrlago and Wagon Mnkliur
In all It Iiranchea, In tho ialcst and mbl
lOHSirrfflQK.NO AND ItLAC'KHMITHINtl
and rH' 4vu on hor( ii6lU.B.
sepju ly c
rj a Jiii!
"I if a
All kda .ota l(ght and W''
MA0HIN1HVMAI)E&D- 'r -
2150 IfAHMrv utiikv tW,r7,l -Cii
acp. 34. . omahAi
Havo on hand a
Which wo oiler for salo at H is'am prlats. A large stock of I
MATTRESSES AITS BSDDXXTC
Uurlod Hair, Mosi, Upholstery Materials, Mirrors, etc. Wo manufacture
orucr any articlo or iurnituro wanted.
Nos.u187,189and 191 Farnham Street
Glassware, M 0i
.iJJ.?!?."r.ft'W,?P. .. Frnham strejt, tha largesfand mo.t
III ihtriilm to'Ola ilia In lion I. and l,,ivi' , fir.. 5 .. . i' ' ' ?.n.wjr.d
Ull'l.ull dunlkataanr lislnri, I. 11.' 1. Y.'.il. .V"".' I"' .u,.H.,.r"
call unit uxaiuluo uiy goods and prions beforo
dlStfeo.1 JOEIa T- tawTVPP.ivr
I II I 1 , 1.1 - I J I I
li HHHIMIImHW 0i barf
TIN PLATE, AND
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines.
larucuiaraueailoB will be paid to Orders Iwo tin) Trade, Merchsnt. convenient to this mar
ket can sav both Urn and money by ordering from ua.
ORDERS 80LIOITBD AND BATI8PA0TI0H OTJAKANTBBD.
v. .,k;, AKvucy igraiwunui tag Weltem TonltoriM lor the
Charter Oak and
Bend or Price LUU. Addreaa
jjm. - M
m v. OF
tWk nTlVRPn IfliNnPinTinDTMn I.
INGEtt lUlNDFACTURINa V0HTAN7.
Cae. Kvcry Mscblns Warranted.
uy wiy ouicr ueiiauie company.
MACHINt TWIST, LINEN AND COTTON THREAD,
LAltUICBT BTOCK IN THR CITr, AT EA8TEUN miCES.
lpa M DoiikU "llrett, Oinali
, PAINTS, OILS, AND
OMAHA, - . -Kjov.
N'. D; SOLOMON,
01X3 AZTD WINDOW GLASS,
CQAfcOIL AND' HEAI)-LIGrHT OIL,
omaha, - - - -dw-' Nebraska,
great variety of
comidete stock if Irio
dlrocl froui tlupillorle
in iii'acouuir. I em
baro uihIi wl I plu.is
m mm Btf m
i aur oi ill a
Stewart Cooking Steves.
- A - rMl js.sjurj- j-j
Bolter Tenm than ofleieol
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