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THE OMAHABEE
CFF1C1AL PAPEiTof"tHE CITY.
"llil.nAL AMI llEl'ABTCRE OF
TBALXS.
Time Card of tlie BnrHnston Konte
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Cuicajo and all
rjitM-n cities. Nebraska
City, I latwnuulh. Council Blulls
ton.dueat luuua in., closes at
na isuruug-
;l in. ana
M.'Lou'isanl St. Joseph, due at 103 a in.
... i m - !. at 1:15 l. in. aud -J:3 a. m.
OSice open Sundays troiu 12 to 1 p. ui.
j- & YOST, I'ostwastcr.
OMAHA BRtVlllES.
T" AOVKUTIJ.K11S ine C'CC-
l. Tlt- oi ibfDV I.Y IWfcl.moie
ttian double tlint ' t any o licr dally
imprriJUblUhcd iu Xuru"i-
l'eycke'a Heiuurant and Oyster
rooms. 'I lie leading houss of the
kind. 207. Faruham street, between
Twelfth and Tbiiteentb. feb24tf
An Omaha milkman "wants to
know if 'cre()m-ation has any
thing to do with the milk business.
The crusader from Arizona is
still swinging around tho circle in
this city.
An attractive programme will
be performed at tho Grand Central
Theatre this evening.
A lost boy, three years old, was
picked up in the streets Saturday,
by Edward Riloy, who took
him to the Police Court. Police
man Burns took charge of tho
youthful rooster till his parents shall
call for him.
The anniversary of the Douglas
County BUle Society will be held
at the Congregational Church one
week from this night. Ad
dreaKAx from Chancellor Benton,
Prof. Xellom, aud reports from The
Agent and others, intersersed
with music, will be the order of tho
exercises. All are invited,
Sheriff Burley, upon his return
Saturday from Schuyler, whither
he took Capt. Smith, brought iu
John Miller, from Elkhorn, aud
assigned him quarters In the county
jail. Miller was arrested and ex
amined at Elkhorn for breaking
into the school house at that place
with intent to steal, and was bound
over for trial at the next term of the
Douglas County District Court in
the sum of $500.
Yesterday afternoon, a blind
man, having only one arm, had that
arm broken, and a deep cash cut in
his forehead, by a runaway acci
dent. He was returning from Coun
cil Bluffs, in company with a friend,
and on reaching this side of the
river, the horses became frightened,
and ran across the U. P. railroad
tra?k, spilling out the occupants of
the buggy, with the result above
stated. The unfortlate man's name
is Logan, and he belongs "" 2"e
vada.
George Zanner, the well-known
jeweler and optician, intends re
moving to Tekamah, Burt county,
about the first of next month,
where he has some very bright bus
iness prospects before htm. He will
take up with him an extensive stock
oflirst class jewelry, clocks, &c,
and being an excellent workman,
we have no doubt but that ho will
reap a rich reward in that prosper
ous town. Mr. Zanner is a pleasant
and popular young man, and while
Tekamah will be benefited by his
removal there on account of his
business, the societj- of the town is
to b j congratulated upon the acqui
sition to its ranks of a true gentle
man. Mr. Zanner's many friends
in Omaha regret his departure, and
wish him abundant success in his
new location.
Saturday proceedings by quo
warranto were begun in the District
Court against M. II. Brown, coun
cilman from the Tliird Ward, and
against H. J. Lucas, councilman
from tho Fifth Ward, to eject them
from their seats, on the ground that
when elected they did not own any
real estate. They are required fo
answer on tho 25th of May, and
show by what authority they hold
their seat3 as councilman. District
Attorney wnneu and W. M. Fran
cis are prosecuting the cases. Mr.
Lucas claims that he has owned real
estate for some time past, but that
he has never had the deed recorded.
Mr. Brown, it is said, also owns real
estate, bat likewise has not recorded
hisdeed. Tho questions as to the
time of purchase, whether the laud
was bought by them bafbre or after
election, etc., will come up.
Ex-Marshal Rustin was Saturday
moruing examined before Judge
Peabody on the charge of assaulting
and battering Peter Brickncll. He
was bound over for trial at the Dis
trict Court in the sum of Sl'00.
Go to Eaton's and get a photo
graph of Tennie C. Claflin.
pr23-tf.
Personal-
Dr. II. J. Riggs, U. S. X., is at
the Grand Central.
Mr. A. T. MacMillaii has returned
from a pleasant trip'to the "West.
31. K. Towne, superintendent of
the M. K. &T., is in the city.
United States Marsnal Daily is in
the city.
Mr. Joel T. Griffin has just recov
ered from a severe illncs3.
frs D. Eosrle and sister -went
East yesterday via' the Chicago and
Northwestern railroad.
Col. Carpentier went East yester-
i day afternoon over the Chicago -and
i Northwestern railway.
Miss Lelia Simpson, tho well
known pianist, who has been resid
ing in Omaha forsome months past,
has removed to Cheyenne. She left
on Thursday, and many of her
friends bade her good-bye at the
ilnnoL Durintr her short residence
I horo. Misa Simnson made many
warm friends by her lady-like and
entertaining manners and her ac
complishment as a pianist. Her de
parture is regretted by all who had
the pleasure of her acquaintance.
Tho following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
N J Miller, G Christ, Dcs Moines;
"Will M Riggs, Ed L Haff, Chicago;
J E Saunaton, Nebraska City ; Mrs
Mary Summers, Sioux City; Mrs
Light and son, Philadelphia ; Thos.
Hooper, M Laharty, S "VI Peeke,
Napa City ; Isaac Liggins, Nevada;
J H McNall, "Williamsport, N Y;
John Neville, New-York; John H
Weber, Nebraska City; Geo L Par
son, Ogden; Chas Bowers and wile,
"Wnrensburg, Mo; John A land,
Princeton.IU; Mrs Moore and child,
Chicago; M 1 "Warner, Fremont
The largest and most complete
stock of corsets ever brought to this
city, is at Gladstones & Co's.
apr24-tf
A CERTAINTY.
The finest stock of parasols,
and at the lowest figures in the
city, is at Gladstone & Co's.
apr 24-tf.
FASHIONABLE HATS.
Novelties Daily !
Largest Slock!
Lowest Prices!
at ARMSTRONG'S
GREAT HAT "EMPORIUM,
511 Thirteenth Street,
apr 24-it.
"Well, Jonos, where did you get
that new hat?"
"Why, Smith, that ismy old one.
Bun'CE, the Champion Hatter, made
it into the spring style.
apr23a25.
WANTED.
A FIRST-CLASS WAITER and
a Porter at Peycke's restaurant.
april 13-1 1
Let everybody know that the
Steam Dye Works is tho principal
clothes cleaning establishment in
the city. Tenth Street, between
Farnham and Douglas. aprl4-tf.
Copies of city charter for sale at
ho Bee office. tf
TuRirsn Baths every day and
evening at Redick's Opera House.
ajtrStf
For Sale Cheap. A Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Borkley.
aprll-tf
Who Wants Water 1
We arc now prepared to furnish
water in quantities as desired, to
residents in any part of the city.
Fletcher & Hubbard.
apr 16-tf.
Spring Lamb at Harris' Union
Meat Market apr 1-lm.
Spring lamb at Harris' "Union
Meat Market. aprl lm
Boots and Shoes. . . .
Largest toi
Finest Goods,
Best Assortment,
Lowest Prices.
All good3 warranted.
ma2Gl m Henry DonLE & Co.-
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
Orders for ice will be promptly
filled at the published rates, and
contracts for ice will be given on the
best terms. Send onlerstoEmpire Ice
Company, Ninth, street, between
Farnham and Douglas.
aprlG tf Fletcher & Hccbarp.
REMOVAL.
Dr. M. T. Anderson has removed
his office to Room No. 8, Creightou
Block. aprlS lm
New Jewelry Firm.
Largest stock of watches and
jewelry in the city, cheap, at
.Butterfield & Whipple's, 2G4
Douglas street, near Fifteenth.
apr2eod-lm
At Private Sale.
House and Furniture, 213 Dodge
street, between 12th and 13th
streets. Fine house, nice rooms,
well and suitably furnished. A
bargain is offered. Apply on the
premises to John T. Holtzman.
apr is, tf
Fort Scott rusty and black coal
at D. C. StJTPHEN'3,
211 Farnham street bet."12lh and
13th. J. B. Mapjs, Agt
mch24tf
Burt's hand-made shoesat
W. N. Whitney's,
apr23 It 255 Farnham St
California Flour, the best in
. the market at Allen's. apr24-lt
Spring lamb at Harris' Union
Meat .Morket Aprl lm
Window Shades and Curtains,
of almost every description.
Detwiler's carpet store, Fourteenth
street between Farnham and UTty'.anT uTea a'cLhe riverT
uu6Aiu,. uiire-u i
AF-
An Exciting Time on a Union
Pacific Train.
A' Passenger Shooti a Telegrapl
- Operator, Fires at and Kisses
a Second Man, and. then
"Winds up by Shoot-
. "ing a-Sheiiff in
the Arm.
All Done Under a Mistake, and
Excused by the Plea of
Sudden Insanity.
A strange and unaccountable
shooting affair occurred Friday
morning on the Union Pacific ex
press train that lest this city for the
West on Wednesday morning.
WJiile the train was standing for a
few minutes at Green Riverstation,
the night telegraph operator, named
Putnam, entered the sleeping car,
and was leisurely making a tour of
observation through it, when a pas
senger suddenly drew a revolver,
and without one word of warning or
explanation, except tho remark,
"You're the son of a b hi am after,"
fired at him, the ball entering his
right breast, and causing him to
fall to the floor, not dead but prob
ably fatally v-ounded. This sud
den aud unaccountable action
caused the utmost confusion and
excitement among the passengers,
who did not know who might be
the next victim. Tho man ra out
on the platform and attempted to
shoot another man, who was stand
ing in front of tho depot Just
at this moment Sheriff John
McGlynchy, came up, when
tho. man turned and fired a
shot at him, hitting him in the
arm, and maikng a deep flesh
wound.
The citizens and passengers, who
had by this time bftcame thoroughly
aroused, surrounded the shootist,
closed in on him, and securing him,
locked him up.
During the whole affair a nephew
and another relative of the man
sfood by him, and made no
effort to jnterefre with his
bloody work. They, with others
claimed that he must have become
suddenly crazy, although he had be
fore shown no signs whatever of in
sanity. It is said that he is now in his
.right mind, and that the only reason
he can give for shooting Putnam, is
that he was robbed at Green river
about two years ago, and that ho
supposed Putnam was one of the
robbers. He shot at him
on sight, having previously
determined to shoot any one
of the gang, should he ever meet
them again. He did not discover
the mistake until after he had fired.
The sight of Putnam, the supposed
robber, crazed him, and he blazed
away at him regardless of con
sequences, Putnam was taken to
Evanston, where he is now under
medical treatment There is some
slight hope of his recovery; but if
he dios his murderer will stand a
first-rate chanco of ornamenting
a telegraph pole, and becoming
food for the crows, as tho citizens
of Green Itiver are greatly incensed
and excited at the dastardly out
rage, and are anxious to take tho
law into their own haujls.
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
Grocers, 212 Farnham Street
apr24-4t
STARTLING.
Have you heard of tho big stock
of farasols that has been just
opened at Gladstone & Co's.
apr 24-tf.
THE GREAT WAR
In Corsets. It you don't wish to be
beat out of much money for corsets,
call on Gladstone & Co. You will
save money by so doing. apr24-tf
JUST RECEIVED
Pate de Poles Gras,
Champignan, r
per-.15'-:
Canton Ginger,
Guava Jelly,
Truffles,
Boneless Sardines,
Potted' Meats,
Bass ,&Co'8, Ale,
Guiriess's Stout or Porter,
Pcndt, Meyer & Raapke.
apr24-4t
Arrest of a Deserter.
Last night officers Steupfeli and
Holmes arrested a man named Wil
liam Tollcs, who finally confessed
to being n deserter from the sorvin.
of "Uncle Sam." He took "French
leave" of the barracks at Umaha on
the 3d day of April, 1873. and until
yesterday succeeded In eluding the
vigilance of the detectives. This
morning Marshal Jackson tele
graphed to the proper military au
thorities at Omaha, and it Is proba
ble that ho will be taken across the
river in irons this evening. He is
now in the city calaboose. Council
Bluffs Globe, 23d.
Funny.
Tho funny man of tho Council
Bluffs Globe labored and brought
forth the following, which is enough
to make a statue laugh. It will be
appreciated by the oltizens of Oma
ha:
The Omaha BEEays "the Iowa
pool puts a tax on immigration to
Nebraska nearly thirty per cent
higher than to Kansas," and that
"in view of these unjust discrimin
ation against Omaha and Nebraska
in favor of arrival State, the pooling
lines should not be surprised if the
leading business men of this city
and State should enter into a com
bination at no distant dav. to hav
all their freight shipped via south
ern route-to St Louis, thence to
Omaha.-" - The Southern routes
would, no doubt, be greatly benefit
ted, and the Iowa roads seriously
crippled by such a change. The
merchants -of Omaha sell several
hundred dollars worth of goods in
the course of a year, but the major
part of them are purchased in this
nucKster wagons.
MYSTERIOUb SHOOTING
FAIR.
Sftrftton-a School Exhibition.
The examination of Saratoga
School District No. 2, began Fri
day morning at 9 o'clock, and was
concluded in the afternoon. In the
evening the exhibition took place,
and was very largely attended, there
being many young ladies and gen
tlemen from the city present by in
vitation. The large room in the sec
ond story had been neatly arranged
for the occasion, a stage, drop cur
tain, etc.. bavins been nut up. The
programme was a very lengthy one,
being acceptably interspersed with
vocal and instrumental music ; tho
latter being furnished by the band
from the barracks. The programme
was well rendered throughout, and
was as follows :
Instrumental selections, orchestra ;
opening school exercise, "Hero we
Stand," 5th grade, males; The Evil
Adviser, dialogue, P. Sanders, L.
i t -'
Kortman and M. Sanders ; Bernar
do Del Carpio, declamation, James
McNultj'; "Come Birdie, Come,"
song, Minnie McCoy ; First Speech,
Charles Elton ; The Moneyless Man,
declamation, John Alexander ;
"Bright Eyed Nell,', song, Frank
Patrick; "Gentle River," declama
tion, Frank Owens; The Six Vir
tues, dialogue; Carrie Pratt, Rilla
Jonc3, Ella Aumoek, Amanda
Elton, Eflie Hazard, H. Donaghue;
The Inquiry, A. Gano Burt; "When
You and I were Young Maggie,"
song, Jason Tousely; The Fairies,
declamation, B. Fitzgerald; Ne
braska, declamation, Hattie Donag
hue; Mrs. Mark Twain's Shoe,
dialogue, Frank Patrick and Mag
gie Taylor; The Little Graces, Jen
nie Patrick, May Wiggins, Laura
Elton aud Bessie Donaghue; Ad
dress, Ephriam Pratt; "Let the
Dead and the Beautiful Rest," Ella
Aumoek, The Rum Maniac, decla
mation, Jason Tousely; "I
Have no Mother now, I'm
Weeping," song, John Alexander;
Eloquence in a Western Court, dec
lamation, Eddie Patrick ; How Not
to Got au Answer, dialogue, Rilla
Jones, and Carrie Pratt ; "If Papa
were ouly Ready," song, Minnie
McCoy; The Irishman at Home,
dialogue, John Alexander and Ed
die Patrick ; The Soldier's Farewell,
from the German, duett, L. Kort
mann and P. Sanders.
acting charade: matrijiony.
Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Alice Tay
lor ; Miss Arabella Hamilton, Miss
Eliza Taylor; Mis3 Ellon Hamilton,
Miss Carrie Patrick ; Katy, servant,
Miss Maggie Taylor; Charles Har
per, Jason Tousely; Count De
Vaurien, Frank Alexander; Den
nis, Irish servant, Frank- Patrick.
Tho ovening's entertainment con
cluded with the laughable panto
mine, entitled, "The Pedagogue in
Trouble." -
The exhibition throughout 'reflec
ted a great deal of credit upon the
pupils of the school, for tho interest
taken in the affair.
Top much praise cannot be bestow
ed upon Mr. Wright, the able and
efficient teaoher, whoso successful
efforts to raise the school to a high
standard, are appreciated not only
by the pupils, who greatly respect
him, but the parents, who very
highly esteem him both for his
qualities as a gentleman and a
teacher.
After the exhibition a dance was
indulged in and a merry time was
enjoyed till an early hour this morn
ing. Attempted Bribery.
The following testimonj', taken
Saturday in the Johuson-Baumer
contesteo" election case? goes to show
that an attempt at bribery was made
by some unknown person in the in
terest of Johnson.
JOHN Oi BRANDT
testified: My name is John G.
Brandt; age, 35; my residence is
corner of Howard and Tenth streets,
Omaha; I do business in the' bar
room of Turner Hall. The election
was held in the big hall of tho
same'building. At about half past
one o'clock, I heard that Baumer
was two ahead. That was spoken
of in my place of business. A
man came in the door. I was
alone in the bar.room, and he said
"There's a chance for you to make
$500.00." "How?" Ho said "On ac
count of the election. It is so close."
I said "I ain't that kind of a man."
That Is a!, Then other people came
in the bar-room.
Question Did you understand
that to be in the'interest of Johnston
- "Baiiist Paupier?
mZi . u" Jhiston,
Objected tou,, . -- hat. I
Answer I haven't .. ' -
have not asked for what party, i
have just stated what was said.
Q How long was it after the re
sult of the election had been re
ported as near as you can recollect,
when this conversation took place?
Objected to by Johnston.
A A vorv short time. A mimln
of minutes.
The cross-examination was con
fined almost entirely to an identifi
cation of the man who offered this
heavy bribe to Mr. Brandt to tam
per with the boxes in the interest of
Mr. Johnson. Mr. Brandt testified
that on such davs he never took- iir.
ticular notice of any man, as there
were-so many coming in and going
out. He did not know the man per
sonally. Thinks he had seen before,
but couldn't say he had fcceu him
since. Mr. Brandt evidently gave
this testimony reluctantly, and en
deavored to shield, as much as he
could aud tell the truth under oath
the party who offered the bribe.
Make no Mistake in buying
your WALL PAPER or BABY
BUGGY. EBERUART mil not
be undersold, and is tho" LARGEST
DEALER. A good croquet set
for $4 only. a25-lt -
ForRent.Two first-class dwell
ings, centrally located.
S. Wright,
Cor. Chicago and 19th streets.
apr25 3t
Ice Cream at Latey's. Fami
nes supplied cheap. Leave your
orders. h. L. Latey.
aprillStf
BOOTS AND SHOES
WELL MADE."
PRICES VERY LOW.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK
AND PRICES. .
W. B. LORING & CO.
Cor. 14th and Farnham streets,
opposite Grand Central. apr251t
Olipioneer Gone Death ol
S. S.-'Bayhss, of Council
Bluffs.
Mr. S. S,
:ss, of Council Bluffs,
who has
lying very ill for some
time past,
whose death was
prematurely
unced, died Satur-
day mornins;
o'clock, at the age
of 57. He
e of the pioneers
of this wi
country, and was
in Council Bluffs
known not'
and Omi
throughout Iowa
and Neb:
ing come to
Council BlufiV
ery early day.
He was one of
iginal proprie-
tors of the
CMiJ
luffs and Ne-
braska Feny
!my, and also
one of the fo
Omaha, hav-
ing been a largv
lerinthe town
site when it was
funeral took
from the Pacific
lout. The
yesterday
at 3 P. it.
Grangers'
"feast.
Wat;
UGLAS Co
Neb:
il 24, 74.
Editor Omaha
The Graneers of -thw
Mace gave a
w .. ' . ,j
"Harvest festival"
jeir lodge-
room Thursday eve,;.
24. We
were invited to parti
the feast,
and of course accept
kWe never
refuse to take part la,
lat of the
ceremony which lntrwi
ges food for
the inner man. Pra;
fas offered
by the Chaplain, and
we pro-
ceede J to unload the
burdened
tables of their deli
. . .,
Alter ine
feast we adjourned
Mi
John
Logan's house, 1
evening was a
Thanks to ther
e rest of the
in dancing.
rs of Water
loo for their pleasant
utertalnment,
and hope we may.
again.
from them
SBantom."
First-class tii
Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Goi
ille, Virginia,
for sale at Ph. Q
liner's, Ticket
Broker, 200 Fai
treet
apr23tf
Luniber,
The lumber trade of
neapolls,
Minnesota, must bo
much; indeed, one
ing very
there, J.
Tipnn A Co.. have the
nt sea-
son 35,000,000 fact of thefcrgest,
finest and best logs ever b'roht to
- - J A - .
that place, and beside thotjj
they have a very large stock of
dry lumber, which .they are
- 1 .... "
very low tor casn. uney are
ling common lumber from $9
S10 per thousand feet and other
lumber in prortion. apr24 3t
DRIED Peaches,
Apricots,
" Poland,
Rasp berries,
Whortle berries
at ALLEN'S apr25-lt
STORAGE AND COMMISSION.
The undersigned having purchas
ed the interest of Dr. E. P. Child,
in the Mammoth Warehouse, comer
11th and Dodge streets, are prepared
to do a general toraSe and Com
mission business, on a large scale,
and hope by strict attention to all
orders and conslgnmets, and
prompt payments, to gain a fair
share of the genoral patronage. The
trade will be liberally dealt with.
apr24-2t Clark, French & Co.
Ladies, Misses and Children's
Shoes,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
W. N. Whitney,
apr251 1 255 Douglas street.
FOR SALE.
One first-class piano, but little
used. Will sell for cash or. on time.
apr25d2twlt Clark & French.
ALL who use the California
Flour say It is superb.
For sale at
P. H. Aleen's,
apr25-lt. Creighton Block.
COLORED SHOES
a choice assortment
' of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
COLORED SHOES
Button and Laced
at W. B. Lorino & Co's.,
cor. 14th & Farnham sts.?
oppo. Grand Central Hotel.
apr25-lt "
See McKelligan's card, on third
page. apr7 tf
LADIES' GOODS.
The most co.mpjetesfock of ladies'
underwear and suits at
Gladstone feCo.'s,
Htu St, between Farnham and
ftpHHrf
Douglas.
MARRIED.
HARMON 8IMPKINS-On the 22d insL, L
A. Harmon, of Omaha, to Miss Mary H.
Simkins. of Falrview, Ntb, No cards.
City Meat Market.
wB Jc. tl a ac Ji3Jr&a"H
Keep coestaaUy .hand
A LARGE SUPPY OF
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Preeltfeal.
J. H. MILLARD
Caanlir
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK
Doaghu aad Tkirteeath Streets.
OMAHA. MB.
CAPITAL 130.660 00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 13.060 00
FINANCIAL AQKNT FOB TEB UNITKD
STATES
km DzamtATxa ddositobt om Trwrmt
This Bank deal r"l"p. flnummi
Bonds, Vouchers. Qold Colli
BULT.ION AlfD GOLD DUBT, '
and Miia drafttraad makt eoDaeaaaa ea
parta of XaroBe .
Drafts Stiwb payable tn Gold or I
the Back of CalUorala. Sao Fmefces.
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-su""' rxcrcxxm or ajtd duub ns-
Lambr-riaias u Wl4w Steiet,
CllilXOS, EXGKATUffiS A5
PICTURE FRAMES.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale,Lort, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVE CEF S per line. The first insertion
never less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
TiKEN UP-One cow with sur on forehead.
The owner can hark hr by paving 'ni
ages ap:5l2 CLARK A FKE:CH.
EOUND Friday, April 21th, on Ninth St.,
two buck saws. Tte owner can have the
same by calling at this ott.ee and piylng for
this advertisement a 512
AIIOU-E AM LOT 1-OIt SALE On
13th s'. txtwten Uowaid and Jackson,
amiable for business and family residence,
containing II rooms. Inquire of Mrs. J. N.
Page, 13th and Mason sts. rptt
WANTED Furnished rcoui for a gentle
man, near new Union Pacific Depot.
Address, C. II S.. I'ostomee a25 4
MONEY TO LOAN Inquire at Uw office
f L. F.Ma inn, VIssiWs block, Omahi.
ap22:f
R
OOMS TO REST An 277 Davenpert St.
Also a houe with six rooms, cistern etc.
Apply
at 277 Davenport St. apati
FORSALE-Lots5 and 6. Godfrey's :ddi
Uon, together or separate, each for $5W
on the following liberal terms: $30 or S100
cash, the balance I' one and two years ; title
ptriect lots front seuth.next to new brick house
cf Mr Kritschcr's W. J. CONNELL, Aity
ap23t3 Omce opposite the Court House.
SERVANT WANTED One who csn ttoi,
wash and iri n well. Such a one can find a
eo-id home and stead v euipl ymcnt by apply
ing to S. WARtiEN CUASK.
ap233 Chicago st. be 2ist and 2id.
.. ANTED A first class cabinet maker ai
270 Farnham st. ap23l3
TTlOBSALli Two lull lo's with improvem rts
1' on n w cor 'Jist an ' izird.ua
Inquire st
a22w2
next house north ot steam laundry .
mo LET A three story house suitable for a
I noAid m nonse, .so lo3 avtnpoi
tween 10th and 11th sts Inquire oi
Oiid m house, No 153 avtnport st, be-
a22t4 KICH'D KIMBALL.
w
ANTED Men to work in garden
ap20tf
TOWS1.EY.
AV
ANTED A cheap farm in exchange (or
a Vi merchandise.
Address,
tanner. B E
- fibfice.
ap21tf
f ANTED A ban Ho do stit hing andean
VV wore at cirruga trimmiu ,ai
A J. SIMt-SOJi'S
Card ice Factory.
p?lwl
tfOU SALE OK REN 1 No. 3j Chi.agj
Apply to
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODM IN,
ap21 Oil Mill.
-TEUSONS WISHING BOARD, by
the day
at Mra
r or week, can-be accoiuniodited at Mrs-
Delaware's, s. w. cor 11th and Harney. 18w2
,iOR SALE Four ol the btt residence lots in
C the tity, on tt. Mary's av. an I 22 1 street.
Inquire ot
ap!5ml
A. BQ2UME,
M
0 LET Mnall ho ise on Capitol avenue, s e
I cor. 14th st , from May 1st. Apply at Coz-
lenslluu'e. a ,1'tf
WANTED To rent a rnrnbhtd House or
4 or S rooms, eitBer ail or parti v furnish
ed ; must be near tho cor of 10. li aud Farnham
"sts. Address, P. SMITH,
aptatf Mek ofnee.
FO SALE OR RENT A farm of rj ares
with house and barn, situated one half mile
west o( the Barracks: inquire of
mchlJtf D. P. REDMOND.
MONEY TO LOAN Enquire of F. A
Heals, Room No. 9 Visscher's block Jma
ha. iuehl2t
PACIFIC HOUSE REOPENED Thjraclfic
House has been thoroughly repaired, and
will be open for the accommodation of boarders
and the public generally, ou the 1st of March
by Wm. Howitzer. Charges reasonable 10th
st., bet. Cap. aie. and Daveuport st. fe24tf
CJTORE FOR RENT-Ou N W cor. 16th and
CJ Chicago. S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
R RENT A store, 138 Douglaj street. In-
j i aire m vv kuuui: x m-uirs. apztt
npB RENT The Valley House
Inquire of
J icIUiI QItt
iclUtf
IIS T.
PAULSEN.
CHANCE 1 oOer uiv brlcc rei-
dencetn Dodjest Ivt. Hth and 15th sts..
for sale a1 a bargain. This is good business
pro ertj, and wiU soon lecoiiie very valuab'e.
as only the street separates it from the U. S.
Court and Postofllce. It. M. MARSHALL,
aorltf
VTOTICE T THE CITIZENS OF OMAHA
JLH There has len a company of city scav
angers Orgxuized, who propose to clean alleys
and outhouse of all filth, on ihe shortest no
tice, and on reasonable teru.. All orders left
a 124 Farnham st., will re cive prompt atten
tion. Work done at niclit without inconven
ience to resident". CITY SCAVENGERS,
aprftf
WANTED A'too.l iron raou'der at Neb
raska City Foundry. Adiress Box SGS
Nebraska City,-Keb. ap23t5
FOR RENT Bquse No. 4 9 12th St., 7 rooms
cellar, cisienraml well. Inquired Aw
D.Jones, n w corfHarnoy and ICtlists. a22t4
FOR SALE A house and lot iu Papillion.
DeIrablc location for store, lot !2x40 let,
hus 18x35 feet, onr story and a half high.
Inquire t office of Dr, D. E. Beadle. PapUlion.
mchZSnil
EBE RH ART
KIN
ran
DE1LEEIN
I
BABY BUGGIES!
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Bet Makers. My prices
are awa below ! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
be undersold! Make no mistake
see the "BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You nave dollars
by so doing, gee the new
' BOsTON CANOPY TOP!"
Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
a "specialty" of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
B IBDS
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
retail, apl3eod2m
U. a
Tho First National Bank
QJ5 C3VEa.I3:u3...
Cor. FarnliaBi and 13th Mtrrela.
THS OLDSST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
IN NEBRASKA.
(Saccessor tc Konctze Brothers.)
Bcttbllshed In ISIS. . Cnrani&xl a a National
Back. Aoccst t$. IS.?
Capital az.d Fronts over .... 2250,000
oraCKRS JTD DIRECTORS-
K. CRSiaHTON,
iTc-iia.int.
H. KOTJNTZ3,
VlcePreis't.
A.KOUNTZK,
Cufbler
H. VV. YATES,
..Aco't CaiUer.
A. J. POPPLKTON. Attoreev.
ALTDI sauxdiss,
' Preald-Jit,
SMCW LOWK,
Vice Prtoldent.
BEN. WOOD
Cashier.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
K.W.COB. FARNHAM &12TH STS.
Capital, $100,000,
Aatherized Capital, 81jCO0,OOC
Deposits aa small n one dollar received and
Compound Interest allowed on same.
Advantages
OVER
Certificates of Deposi.
TWwfcoleorsxy part ot a deposit alter re
alBlBS in this Rink three month, will dnw
fctereat from date of dcpoe.t to time of pay
sac aco wco.e or any pail oi a deposit c n
4rswB at tar pnu. aaaB.-t
DENTISTBY.
tVW
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
cr STA1ES.
Bet. 13th & 14th Sfc OMAHA.
i-OUlest rractlclns Dentists Iu the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
TDIEIsrTIS-I?,
234 fcix,3it-LAX-rx St.
Bet. 13th and 14th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use ot Nl-
trous Oxide (
uas.
sWOfflce open atall hour
?Y8I0TAS.
e5U
Suxeloal JEt. oo3a.fi"
L VAN CAMP. M. D.
Dispenses his own jii&Jcines, and
beside.
regular practice, makesX9ealiti
lea ot Derange
ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Piles and other Disease, of the Rectam.
Office and Residence, Corner Farnham and
14th Streets, first door to the right, up stairs
Omaha. Neb. Addreas Lock Box 'v4.
vSldAwtf
IUILL1-4KRV.
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promenade Su'ts. Evening Dra sea. Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrappers, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der in tho latest Parisian styles. Having car
ried on fashionable cutting and fitting lur la
dlei in all its branches In the v rious cipltals
aud centrei of fashion In t-urope and America,
I take pleasure In introducing myself to the
ladles otOiaah Satisfaction guaranteed in
every department o- my proffession.
No. 500 13th fetriet.
oc2yl B. Wi LF.
MRS. K- H. PALMER,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak
Maker,
Rooms, 2C2 DoujlasSt. near l'th, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
patterns and will guarantee satisfaction in all
asts,
Cutting and Fitlin-: a Specialty.
MRS. S. C. WHITCOMB.
Dress and Cloak Maker,
Booms over Mrs. Smith's Millinery Store,
833 FAltMItin ST.. OMAHA, XEB.
Opposite the Grand CentraFUotel.
Pattern-, of all Kinds on Rand,
And cut to order from Actual Measurement.
Cutting & Fiting a Specialty
ft36tf.
GAEMAGE HAHu"FA0TUBE3.
Established 1858.
ua.. t. sx:M--iPsc-i-r-fi-
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Office up stairs,) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriages
and Buggies on hand or male to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
log. apr28-tl
to:
:j-r
235 Harney street, between 14th and 13th.
Carriage
In all it Branches, in
approved
the latest and
pattern.
HORSESHOEING AND BLACKSMITUINI,
and repaid He done on short notice
sei25 lv
L. WOOD WORTH,
233 D:ng'a. Streat, Omaha, Habriaka.
DKALXX IK
Carriages, Hacks.
Buggies, Fattcnt Wheels, Road wagons, Trot
ting Sulkies, Ske'etons, Ltudebakers,
Celebrated Wa o s. James R.
Hill's CeUb-ated Con
cord arness
and Whips.
HORSE CLOTHIN G.
Robes, Blankets.Wagon Material of all Descrip
tions, Spske, Hub, Felloes, and all klndsof
hak!iyood lumber
1 hlmbis Kkein j, Axles ancl Springs.
mchfitt
JAS. M. McVITTIIi
" WHOLESALE DEALER IN
ClaraHed Cider.
135 and 186 Farnbttni Street.
FENCE POSTS,
At WholosaTe and Retail.
REST Qv MISSOURI WHITE QAK AND
Burr Oak feme VoiXi'. sla.j
oo-i of the
tame quality, for sole tbwp at
P BKIGOS'
at-rttf
wood yar.
335 Chlca;
trcutb.
oH(netnrr (on.
NEW FOUNDRY
The foundry in connection with the Van
Dorn machine shops,
IfO. 50 IIAU5ET STOEKT.
Itnowin operation. I am prepare4 to mike
all kinds of castings.
meb237ra WM FESWHX
T'ESuZU' XjXJB'B'B'EI.'X?
T-AJCILiOIR,
13th St., bet. Farnham and Harney.
AU kinds ot TAILORING, CLEANING ani
REPAIRING done at reasonable rates
apr26ti
f
512 Fonrteenlh St.. Omaha, INeb.
If. C WALKEB,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS fe SHOES
51015th St.
apl3yl
Betwcea FarcLam aid Doaglar
GEORGE ZANNER,
(Campbe fa Bl .)
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Eje Glasses jnd Spectacles,
509 13ti St, OYASA, HEB1U3XA
aWJewelry mannfactared to order. Fine
Wabhes, Clocks, aod Jew.Iry, repaired and
warranted
3EE. 1. JE.A.GrJS9
CARRUGE, BUGGY a4 WAGON
(
HfffTCP
end Wagon Making
most
MA5UFACTDKER.
E. CORNER of 11th and HARNETi STS,
K.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
Wholesale Grooees,
SIMPSOX'SBL OCK
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
-
nichl32y
MORGAN & GALLAGHER.
-SUCCES-ORS TO CREIGHTON AND MORGAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 205 Farnliam Street,
OZMI.A IHTA., - USTEIB.
apiJdly
WHITNEY, BAUSEUMAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
oiivriA.iEar.A, - - - unties.
ach27yl
AGVT FOR THE
Kurtz JfoHR& C
JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GL0YES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnliam Street,
JOHN T. EDixAJl,
JOBBER OF
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
ACUXCTTZaTTTIlAZi IMPLElblEITTS.
IIRKSIIKlt. II VHVKSTK11S, UKa TUN MOWKltS. DKILL. MKKUKK-
COUN-PLANTEltN. PLOWS, CUaUHVATOKS. HA1. "
KAKKi ANl WAOOXS. -,,hii.
246 Douglas St ,
GEO. A. HOAGLAND,
Wholesale Lumber
OFFICE AND YARD
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS., U. P. R. R. TRACK.
anlltf
ESTABUSUED
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,'
WHOLESALE
FANCY GROCERIES,
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 Farnliam Street, - - Omaha. Neb
hlcmTeodrl
RILEY
&
SLCCKSSURS TO
WILLIS &
"CO a. SXO 1
ICos. SCO .d
-lil'OUTtRi'OF
WINES, BRANDIES, AND GINS.
Wholesale dealers In PURE BOURBON CO., KENTU KV C .t'PEK lirsTri I rr win
KI.S of the most celeb iI bran ls. Al. Dt!jIE?riC LIQIWIW I Pu Mrl-els aV" "
iIONT.NA,l)VMr.VandNKBtt.V.,K a GAIfcj. IrnnortediCOtCU
and BAJJ ALE aud LON DON lOBTEI alway. .,. oand. AIs.
hl3tf
e'JCejjs -a AZLd
HENRY HORNBERGER.
DEALER IN
Wines, Lw, Cmbs,.
ttodbo.
fist Old Kentiickjr IThLikies aai Importel linoii a SpacIiKj-.
239D0UOLA8 3r?
(Caldwell Block.)
h!9rl
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth, Street, - Omaha., ITeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL S1H00L BOOKS
marSlr
F. D. COOPER,
LIAITTJFACTnRERi OT "WAGONS
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
AG-ICULTURAL IMPLEMEISTTS
Oor. X-Atla. .xxci ET.xrxi.oy Bttm- -
WHOLESALE CANDIES
I am now manufacturing all varieties of candies
and will fell at
IE A-.SriEIRIISr PRICES.
Dealers la Utls State iced not want to ga Eut fji CANDIES.
Atrial is sUcl ted.
oaa;li
mchllU
&t- Oor. IStlx.
HOM1.S and 3TARACS in XTXBRASSA
The Barlinton and Uissiurl Rirer iUilroil C)., oT;r bat U sat law prie.s oc 1 years'
cuditatti per cent, luteres aud wi habjnus praaiiuaof 'japjrcual. ou lb aaa.ajtof tha
purcluse, u lull ths Lull ucultiroteJ, withla two year, troiu ai barchas..
LaVRGE DEDUCIOXS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
TheB. AM. R. R C. wIIIm'I tbal I.0W.MJ icriM f spl'alllzrasla;aajajilaltaral laid la
aweU watartc3J0lry, -tlrou Jt'- tjSTOO per acr.oa lonerliu
South of he Platte
TheComisnyownsalari.hoIf o'thj bstitial iq Nur. , i.iru'ttl'ir siajsli rtfr
anda JaceuttJilUMilroiIaiiliri thslirest al bjt I.ra pl pirtoffu iu:, ai atoll ti
f.DousPrpubllean Valley. For circula.-saal loll laf.r aatl.n apply to
C. R. SCIIALLtR, Agent R. & M. Land Office,
Cor of MatU and FanibaH 5H., )abj,
Or iieuerl Laa4 Departaaati LiacoLi, Xeb.
EB.
IlCPOT POWDFR CO.
-AND-
Omaha,
BlChlSw
2Tebraska.
USTIEIB,
1IC6-
DEALER IN
BELLOITE,
ANDRE SEN,
- atlx st. Omalin. arAVs
Tcoa .ooo.
- - Isl
Ol&JLZZJL, DSTSB.
A.Ixa,
Dirblit
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