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past seven da > s. collected by the agents ana
correspondents of the Now York Daily
WORLD , and in fulness , accuracy and enter-
MCVr contains the latest news of farm ex
periments at home and abroad.contnbutioni
by home and foreign writers. full reports ol
the Farmers'Club of the American Institute ,
and quotations of valuable and interesting
articles appearing in the 'asricultural week
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tion is specially called , is a feature which can
be found in no other paper. All the resour
ces ut the command of a great metropolitan
daily newspaper are employed in it * collec
tion , and the result is a page each week
where tlie"members may find a complete record -
cord of the work of the order in every State
In the Union for the psstfc-cven days. In ad
dition to this weekly record , THE WOBLD
gives the cream of all the lucal grange pa
pers in every State. This department is and
will continue to be under the charge of one
of the active ciembero of the order-
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in addition to it. other attractions , such as
poetry , .iniffullany , huinerous extract * ic. .
during the cominc year , there will be not
less thad ono lmnilre l diort tails by the best
writers of fiction in England and America.
5. The JMAKKKT ltii : > ( > KTM. brought
down to the hour of publication , are the
best that can ba made. Each market is re-
uorted by 0110 whose special knon ledge anU
training make him the best authority on
that subject in the United States. For accu
racy and completeness the market reports of
THE WOEI.D are unrivalled.
"TnE Woian is not only the best but thfe
cheapest newspapercveroffcredthe farmer.
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Specimen copies sent lipon application.
Address.
l | 'THE WORL1) , ' 35,1'ark Row , X
ti Stin9J\
EDWARD KT7EHL ,
MGISTER OF TBE DEPARTED ,
No. 468 lOlh Dot. Farnham and Hirney.
WillV the nid of guardian tpirits , obtain
for any one n view ol the p.ast. present and
future. No fees charged in cases of sick
ness , apr -
A. J. SIMPSON'S
lAHfACTORY
253 & 255 Dodge St.
Office up-ftairs. Omaha , Nebraska. Car
riages and butrgics on hand and made to
order.
P. S Particular attention paid to repair
ing n
at home.
. _ Terms free. Address G.
Stinsoni Portland. Me. iny2S
KENNEDY'S
Hemlock
REMEDY FOR
SCAB & TICKS ,
$3.00 Per Qillon , which Msbes 80 fo
100 Gallons resdy for use.
Kenned js * Exlcrioiiiator ,
FOR CHUB WORM IN CATTLE.
The grub i produced by a fly. that stings
and. deposits an ecln the back , which pro
ducts the grub. Full directions with each
"fi.'m'lock Exterminator" * '
. 'true inward
ness for bedbugs and house
pests. Vermin
u"n
cannot live where it is used.
T ? ? .eSC lUf "ISennSdy' Heloek Horse
Liniment , endorsed-and
- in use by the U S
army and \ eterinary Surgeons , and for footl
rot and screw wormln sheep it is KmedrT
TT . . , -r , C. F , GOODMAN.
Wholesale Druggist and Western Agent
Omaha. norS-d&wly
SOCIETIES.
Anc. : Free and Ace. : Masons
CAPITOL LODG E. No. 3. A. F. & A. M.
Chartered 18s" .
Officers G. W. Lininger , W. M. ; S. K.
Jackson , S. W. ; R. J. Sharp. J. W. ; Byron
Reed , Treasurer ; Wm. R.Uowen , Secretary.
227 members.
COVERT LODGE , No. 11. A. F. & A. M. :
Chartered 1866.
Officers J. S.Gibson , W. M. ; W. I. Baker ,
S. W. ; J. Steffen. J. W. ; C. Hartman.
Treasurer ; J. S. Prance , Secretary. 160
members.
ST. JOHN'S LODGE. No.'l25-A. F. & A. M.
Chartered 1869.
Officers Alfred Kelley , W.M. . : John G.
Taylor , S. W. ; J. B. Brnner. J.V. . ; J. G.
Jacobs. Treasurer ; E. E. French. Secretary.
S3 members.
OMAHA CHAPTER. No. 1. R. A. M.
Organized 1K > 9.
Officers Byron Stanberry. H. P. ; J. J.
Monell. Jr. , K. ; William Copley. S. ; C. F.
Goodman ; Treasurer ; J. G. Taylor.Secretary.
193 members.
OMAHA COUNCIL. No. 1. R. &S. M.
Organized 1863.
Officers C. F. Goodman , T. J. M. : Byron
Stanberry , D. I. M. ; G. Stevenson , P. C. W.
M. Hellman. , Treasurer. Jean Schons , Roc.
195 members.
MOUNT CALVARY COMMANDERY ,
No. 1 , K. T.
'Established 1865.
Officcrs-C. F. Catlin , C. ; Ed. llaney. G. ;
G. W. Lininper. C. G. ; C. F. Goodman.
Treasurer ; William R. Bowen , Rec.
138 members.
Odd Fellowship.
STATE LODGE.
Officers James J. Gillon. N. G. ; Robert
Ramsey , V. O. ; E. B. Weist. Secretary : M.
.Goldsmith , Treasurer. Meet * at Odd Fellows
Sail. r
BEACONiLODGE , No. ax
Officers A. S. Billings. N. G. : W. J.
Baker. V. G. ; J. M. France , Secretary ;
Adolph Meyer. Treasurer. Meet * in Odd Fel
lows Hall.
A LEMA'NNEN LODGE. NO. s. i. o. o. F.
Officers-C. Schindler. N. G. ; H Dillman ,
V. G. : H. Tombrink.R. S. ; GAppelP.S. ;
H. Lehman , , Treasurer.
OMAHA LODGE No. 2. I. 0. 0. F.
Established February 1st 1855.
PrescntOfficcrs John Groves , N. G. ; Robt.
V. Brinkley , V. G. ; C. C. Honsel , Secretary ;
John Evans , Treasurer. Meets every Friday
evening in Odd Fellows' Hall , north-west
corner of Dodge and Fftcenth Street * .
ODD FELLOWS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCI
ATION.
Organized Juno 21. 1873 Officers and Di
rectors Charles Midgler. President ; R , G.
Ryley. Viee-Prosidont ; E. B. Weist. Secret
ary : John Evans. Treasurer.
ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY.
Officers John Evans , President ; E. B.
Weift , Secretary and Librarian ; M. G.
McKoon. Treasurer. Number of volumes ,
COO.
Knights of Pythias.
OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF
NEBRASKA.
G. C.J. S , . Shropshire , Omaha.
G. V. C. , Anthony Reis. North Platte.
G. P. , George K. Mooney. Crete.
O. M.of E.AusuFtAust , Omaha.
OK. . of R. andfl , . E. E. French. Omaha.
G. M. at A. . A. D. Marshall. Lincoln.
G. I. G. , D. A. Moffatt. Omaha.
G. 0. G , Jacob Frank. Omaha.
G. L. . W. W. Wardell. Fall * City.
Centennial committee on parade of the
orderin Philadelphia , Aurast , 1876-George
H. Cratrer , Chief Commander ; August Anst.
Treasurer ; E. E. French , Secretary.
The order numbers twentv-two Lodges in
Nebraska , with a total membership of nearly
one thousand.
The next annual session of the Grand
Lodge will be. held at Lincoln , on the second
Tuesday of October , 1876.
NEBRASKA LODGE No. 1. K. of P.
Officers D. A. Moffatt. P. C. : J' J. Mon-
- .
Spencer . M..F. ; J. S. Shropshire. K : R. S. ;
C. 0. Ahlquist. M. A. ; George Baytw. I. G.
C. E. Bouton , 0. G.
PLANET LODGE. No. 4. K. of P.
Officers for the year 1376-Ex-Chanoellor ,
William AIstadtC. Chancellor. F. Herzke-
V. Chancellor , William Rawltzer ; Prelate ,
Gujtave Fries ; Banker. Aujr. Aust : Master
of Finance. Jacob Frank ; Master at Arm * .
Aug. Carstens : Inner Guard , John WItkoff ;
Outer Guard , Julius Hansen.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Planet Lodge. No. 4. { German ) , Officers-
Jacob Frank. G. R. ; August Aust. G. R. ;
Dr. Hottenroth. P. C. ; William Alstadt. C.C.
Julius Treltschke. V. C. : Rudolph Trassin ,
K. R. S. : Jacob Frank. M. F. : August Aust.
ii. E. ; Frederick Herzke. M. A. Whole
number of members , 52. Meet * every Mon
day at 207 Farnham Stroet.
THE BURNS CLUB.
Officers John Wilson. President ; M. W.
Fleming , Vioo-Presidont ; AVilliam Anderson ,
Treasurer : William Fleming. Secretary ; Wm.
Liddoll. David Knox , and Wm. Anderson ,
Councilmen.
DOUGLAS COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION.
Officers A. J. Poppleton , President : B. E.
B. Kennedy , Vice-President ; J. W. Savase ,
Treasurer ; A. Strartzlander. Corresponding
and Recording Sccretiry. Organized August
10th. 1875. Membership. 40.
HOME LITERARY SOCIETY.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock ,
in the ba ° ement of the United Presbyterian
Church , Eighteenth and California Streets
Officer * T. S. McMurray , President : D.
B. Trail : Vice.Prcsident ; J. McCague. Sec
retary : E. B. Knox , Treasurer.
OMAHA 3IAENNEBCHOR.
Meets Tuesday and Friday evenings , every
we k , at Thiele's Walhalla. Officers Fran *
Herten. President : Louis Boehme , Vice-Pre-
nsidcnt ; Edward Wirth , Corresponding Sec
retary : Julius TreiUchke , Financial Secret
ary : Albert Nast , Treasurer : Herman Meyer ,
Dirigent Fred. Schioss , Biblotheqne : G.
Appel. Standard Bearer. Number of Mem
bers 70 ; active singers , 21j passive 44 ; hon
orary members. 2
JOURNEYMAN TAILOR'S UNION.
Meets first Monday in every month at Tur
ner Hall , at 8 o'clock. Officers President S.
Larson ; Vice-President C. G. AhlquUt ;
Reoorderand Corresponding Secretary , Bor-
net C. E. Wcstordahl ; Treasurer , unstav
Swanmon.
THE IRON MOULDERS UNION , No. 190.
Officers President.Chas. A.Sparrow ; Vioe-
President , Robert Bruce : Recording Secre-
V , ilhara Lumb : Doorkeeper. Frank Fernan-
des : TruBtoea , William Lumb , A. J. Wrigley ,
A. J. Roberts.
THE .MACHINISTS AND BLACKSMITHS'
- UNION.No 1. OF NEBRASKA.
Officers President. R. J. Sharp ; Vice-
President. C. D. Munson ; Recording Secre
tary , W. H. Mulcahey ; Corresponding Secre
tary , P. .A. Gnshurst ; Financial Secretary ,
W. S. Askwith ; Treasurer. Wm. Carnaby ;
Conductor , Robt. Tracoy : Doorkeeior , Wm.
Downs : Trustees. Henry Jones. David Knox.
Wm. Downs ; Deputy President.Wm. Brown.
JVRION CLUB.
Officers President , Ben. Barrows ; Vice-
President , L. S. Reed : Secretary. J. S
France ; Treasurer , William B. Wharton ;
Librarian. A. Meyer ; Musical Director. Pro
fessor Felix Blankenfeld. Thirty active
members.
members.CONCORDIA SOCIETY.
Officers President. A. Meyer : Vice-Presi
dent ; E. Burmester : { secretary. II. Ucnnecke ;
Treasurer , Albert Abel ; Librarian , Werner
Boehl ; Musical Director. Professor Felix
Blankenfeld. Fifty members.
NORTH-WESTERN FIREMEN'S ASSOCI
ATION.
Officers Charles Simpson. President : F ,
M. Wilson , Vioe-Presidcnt ; E. B. Willis ,
Se rctarj" James F. Shcely , Treasurer ;
Trustees J. Wi Kane , John Banmer. H.
Tagger. M. Goldsmith. E. C. McShane. C.
Schlank. W. P. Welch. F. Kleffner.
OMAHA IURNVEREIN.
Organized January 26 , 1874. Has 37 mem
bers and 43 pupils.
Officere H. F. Willrodt. President ; R.
Stein. Vice-Prosident ; Charles Kaufmann ,
First Secretary : George Segelke. Second Sec
retary ; Ferd. Kahn , First Turnwart ( fore
man ) ; H. Dillman. Second Turnwart ( fore
man ) : John Fruehauf Cashier.
OMAHA SPORTSMEN'S CLUB.
Organised March 11.1363.
Officers President. DeWitt C. Sutphen ;
Vice-Prcsident , Richard N. Withnelh Treas
urer , William Preston ; Secretary. W. H. S.
"ffEBRABKA STATE SPORTSMEN'S
ASSOCIATION.
Organized May 28.1575.
Officers President , B. E. B. Kennedy ,
Omaha ; Vice-Prcsidcnt , George A. fioag-
Innd , Omaha ; Treasurer , R. Livingston.
Plattatnouth ; Secretary. W. H. S. Hughes ,
Omaha.
YOUNG MEN'S LITERARY CLUB.
Me ts Second and Fourth Tuesdays of each
month. R. E. Gaylord , President ; F. Knight ,
Secretary.
OMAHA LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.
President , Mr ? . J. D , Brown ; Vice-Presi-
dent Mrs. E. Hultz ; Treasurer. Mr * . B.
Kurtz : Secretary. Mra. T. L. Kimball
A. SCHBOEDEB. A. KLEIK.
- Great'estern Hie Co. ,
A. SCHROEDER & CO. .
PROPRIETORS.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
FILES & RASPS ,
From the best Cast Steel.
Old file * re-cut and warranted good a * new.
Mill .picks and stonemasons' tools sharpened
In the cest manner. .
Messrs. Schroeder and Klein are both
practical file cutters and machinist ; , and
will execute all kinds of recutting , 4e. en
trusted to their care , on reasonable terms.
Good * sent by express and all orders for
work executed promptly.
Office South side of Capitol Avenue , be
tween 13th and 14th street , Omaha , N b.
nor 3-ly
CENTENNIAL PASSENGERS.
To fie Taken On and Fat Off While
the Cars are Under Fall
Headway.
[ Pittsburr Leader. ]
As. the Centennial approaches all
sorts of devices for saving time and
money ore In order. .Vlth a view
of facilitating rapid transit , a Pitts-
burg man has invented an appara
tus for taking passengers on and
putting them off without stopping
the trains at way stations. The
candidate for a ride to Philadelphia
ia stood upon a platform , wnen he
waits like a mail bag to be
taken in. As the car approach ,
es , a machine like a top of
a table working on an elbow-like
Joint reaches out suddenly , strikes
the awaiting traveler in the middle ,
be falls forward on the table , and
before he is aware of it the conduc
tor is holding him by the collar ,
while the train clerk goes through
his clothes for a ticket or a cash fare.
By the time the traveler has .recov
ered his breatn he is fifty miles on
his journey , and the porter of the
parlor car has blackened his bsots
and dusted his * clothes.
IS. B. The awaiting passenger
should always stand facing the approaching
preaching train , otherwise the result
will.be decidedly unpleasant. This
warning is given for the benefit of
the traveler as the railroad assumes
no responsibility till the passenger is
aboard.
Putting the passengers ashore
while the train is under full head
way , is provided for in two ways.
One is to have spring stands on each
platform , the machinery to be
worked like the alrr brakes , by the
engineer , who is furnished witn the
number to be bounced off at each
station. As the train * rushes into ,
say Orecnsburg , 'the * man who
handles the throttle looks up
at his record , ' -where Jhe sees
"Fourfor Q. "
He throws open the'ctitSbff , and
instantly four passengers lind them
selves bouncluc up and down on a
spiral spring gutta-purcha platform
at the station , having been somer
saulted from the train , how they
know not. That for the men. .La
dies will be careltilly enclosed In ele
gantly cushioned and luxuriously
padded sort of sentry box , which is
thrown out in the same manner ,
the descent , of course , being thus
more decorous.
Gentlemen who may be troubled
with nerves , or who , having un
reasonable prejudices against the
open air bounce , and having two
dollars extra to pay for the privilege ,
will be alighted by means of a pat
ent parachute securely locked un
der the arms. One of these appli
ances being fastened to the body of
the passenger , he is thrown into the
air by a brakeman , and alights on
his feet about fifteen yards from the
car. He comes down safely and
gracefully , like a wet snowfiake.
He must then repair to the station
agent , who will unlock the para
chute , which cannot be stolen with
out great inconvenience to the trav
eler , who could not comfortably nor
conveniently walk about with a ma
chine like a cross between a family
umbrella and a circus balloon at
tached to his shoulders.
The appliances for taking on and
throwing oft passengers ars all
patented. Bights tor sale at this
office.
[ Galveston News , ]
One of the unfortunate results of
having a jury composed of men ig
norant of their duties as jurors , and
with not si'fflcient understanding
to comprehend the oath as adminis
tered by the clerk , was shown in
the application of the counsel of
Charles Willis fora new trial for his
client. After alleging five grounds
for granting a motion foi a new
trial , he closed with the following :
The gross misconduct of the jury
in this , that defendant is informed
and believes , and therefore alleges
that the members thereof , beinguu-
able to auree upon a verdict , pro
ceeded to draw jack-straws or slips
of paper , it being purely a question
of chance as tovhat verdict should
thus be returned.
Mr. Languille then read the fol
lowing affidavit In support of his as
sertions :
Now comes David Wenar , who ,
after being duly sworn , deposes and
says that ha was the 'qrernan of the
jury who tried the defendant , Chas.
Willis , in the criminal district
court of Galveslon county , on the
22d day of January , 1876 , upon a
charge of theft from a house'
' Tiiat after several hours cqnsql-
tation , the said jury , being unable
to agree upon t * verdict in said
cause , the members thereof , not
knowing that they were acting in
violation of law , agreed among
themselves that twenty-four slips
of paper , twelve of them having the
word "guilty" written upon tnern ,
and the other twelve the words
" not guilty , " be placed together in
the hand of a member of the jury.
That each juror then drew one of
said slips out of tbe twenty-four ;
that it was impossible for a juror to
know whether his vote upon the
verdict would be guilty or not guil
ty ; that each juror drew pno of the
said slips of paper in the way uefore
described ; that a majority of the
slips so drawn haying the word
"guilty" written upon them , it was
then that , under tbe agreement
made before , a verdict of guilty was
returned into court ; that said ver
dict -was purely made up by chance ;
that every allegation herein con
tained is true. D. WENAR ,
Hvvorn and subscribed before me
this 24th day of January , A. D.
1876. E O. C. nlAclNfiRNEY ,
City Clerk.
Judge Cook did not require much
time to announce his decision in
this case , and immediately granted
a new trial , stating at the same
time that he had considered the
jurors of sufficient understanding to
comprehend their duties , and there
fore had not cautionecVhem against
determining their verdictby a game
of chance.
A few such verdicts as this will
shake the fair frame of every intel
ligent man in the whole system of
trial by Jurv.
MONEY MNU UUMMERCE.
OMAHA , Feb. 8 , ' 76.
Gold 112K
Live hogs/ 40 to 6 6 0. Scare.
Steers , on * foot , per 100 pounds ,
3 50 to 4 00. Calves , 6 50 to 6 00.
Choice butter commands 20 cents ,
and has a ready sale. Medium but
ter brings 14@15 , and has ready
sale.
sale.Eggs
Eggs are firm &t 16 cen ( ; ready
sale ; onecacload ; was shipped west
to-day.
Turkeys at 13(3)14 ( ) , are In demand.
The same can be said of poultry in
general ; chickens , 1112 ; ducks
and geese , 10 ® 12.
Hams , 14 ; shoulders , 89 ; dressed
bogs , 7J@7 } ; .bacon , 12J ; breakfast
bacon , IS } ; lard , 12J.
APPLES , FRUITS , AC.
Missouri apples , 3.75 , New York ,
4.00@4.25 ; Michigan , 4.00@5,00.
Cranberries , perbbl. , 12.00 13.00.
Lemons , per box , 8.00. Scarce.
Messina oranges , per box , 7.00.
Scarce.
GBAIN.
The following are the quotations :
l < or wheat , iSo. 1 , 85 ; No. 2 , 75 ;
No. 3 , 55 ; rejected , 40 ; barley No.
2 , 50 ; No. 3 , i > 025 ; oats , 22 ; corn ,
20 ; rye , 40
SHIPMENTS
The following were yesterday's
shipments from Omaha proper to the
West : Merchandise , 7 cars ; lumberS ;
miscellaneous , 2 ; total , 11 cars ; to
the East , indee , 1 car ; lead , 6 ; agri
cultural implements , ! ; nails , 1 ;
total , 8 cars ; grand total , 10 cars.
Local freight receipts were : From
the east : Mdse , 10 cars ; lumber ,
4 ; coal , 15 ; oil , 1 ; miscellaneous , 2 ;
total , 33 ; from-the West mdse , 4
cars ; coal , 6 ; bullion , 7 ; ice , 7 ; total ,
25 ; grand total , 58.
Forty-two cars of tea and 8 cars
of silk from the steamship "City of
T.ikio , " went East yesterday via C.
B & Q railroad. The principal portion
tion was consigned to New York ,
and goes via the Star Union Line
from. Chicago. Only a small portion
of the cargo is ror Chicago consign
ees.
COMMERCIAL.
LIVE STOCK.
steers on foot per 100 Bis 34 00
halves do do 6 00(36 ( 00
[ lots do do 6 40(46 00
Sheep do do 4 0034 75
PROVISIONS.
lOROCEHIES.
SUOABS ,
Granulated
Powdered do
Crushed do
Refinedcut loaf do
Standard "A" do
Extra "C" do
Yellow "C" do
COFFEES.
Old Government Java per B > 36 @ 37
Fancy Rio do 2G
Choice " do 24
Prime " do 23 24
Good " do 21 > 22
IKD FEUIT3.
Michigan Apples per Ib
Salt Lake apples do
Currants do
RaiMns , layers per box
' Ecedles per ! b
" Valencia do
Prunes , French do
Raspberries , do
do Common do
CANNED FBCITB.
Peaches , 2 Ih cans per case $4 00
" 3 lt > cans do 530
Strawberries , 2 Ib cans do 380
Blackberries do 00(3400 (
Rhubarb , 2 Ib cans do 450
Cherries , 2 Ib cans do 400
Pine apples , 2 Ib cans do 380
Tomatoes , 2 ft cans do 3 00
" 3 Ib cans do 80(9400 (
Corn , 2 Ib cans do 60@4 75
Peas , early garden.2tt-.c nj do 4 30
Peas , common , 2ft cans do 350
Beans , string. 2 ft cans do 325
FISH AND OYSTER9.
Salmon , 2 ft cans per doz. S3 75
" 1 ft cans do 240
Lobsters , 2 ft cans do 325
" 1 ft cans do 2U )
Oysters , standard,2lbcans per case 4 00
1 ftcans do 300
" elank , 2ft cans do 300
" 1 ft cans do
SILT.
Common per bbl. 2 5(3250 (
Dairy do 375
Choice per cal. 80 R100
Good do CO @ 65
Common do 55
N. 0. 80 @ & )
WCK.
Carolina per ft
Rangoon do
WirU per ft
SOAPS.
Kirk's savon per Ib
" White Russian do
" India do
Schaefer'sSt.LouisGerinando { )
Omaha soap do
PI.DO TOBACCO.
Black Goods , western , per ft 48 @ 50
" Virginia do 67 @GO
" " Lorrilards do 70 75
Bright Virginia do 65 70
Natural leaf do 80 1 00
BREAD STUrTS.
St Louis W. W. flour per bbl S3 50@11 00
Nebraska spring do 2 60 2 75
Bran per ton 12 00
Ccrn mea | uer 100 1 00
HEESE.
American , ordinary per ft 10
" Swiss do 21
Tmportejd Swiss do 35
Limburtf do 16
DRY GOODS.
PRINTS.
American
Amoskeag
Cocheco
Uarnpra
Mcrrimae
Simpsons
Sprague
amsutta
Washington
Robes
BLRACHED COTTON3.
Lonsdalo
" Cambric
Cabot
Cabot
Fruit of Loom
New York mills
Lilly of the Valley
Senate mills
Amoskeag A
Gold Modal
Bates B B
Wamsutta
Slattorvilli
Pcabody
Pepporoll
do
do
d *
BROWN COTT V * .
Atlantic ll
do P
e raska standard AA 10
Pepperell 0 33 8 > 5
do R 36 8
do N 30 7
Indian Head 8-4 22K
do do 36 10
do do 48 15 %
do do 40y&
DKXIUS.
Amoskeag 20
Beaver Creek'AA
do do BB
Haymakers 23 10
York 20
Otis axa 16
do BB 14
do CC 12
Shctncket B 16
do BB
American
Amoskoag
Bates
Lancaster UK
Ticrixos.
Amoskeag 32 21
Biddefora
Falls A 11
do AA 16
do AAA 13
JEAKS.
Amoikeag , brown 30 10
do bleached 23 10
Clarendon 8
CANTOS PtANJfELS.
AmoskiagA
do BB
do DD
Arlington
Bleached
Wicasse , H 10
do T 12
do A 13
do Y 16
do X 17
do XX 20
do XXX 28
PAIHTB.
White lead , strictly pure per ft " 10
do do pure do 910
do do unc pare French do 12J
do do do do Amer. do 14
Red lead do 12
Patty in bladders do 4 %
WINDOW GLiSfl.
Discount GO. 10 and5 off list.
LEATHER !
Beat Buffalo sole 54 @ 36
Matamoras do Si ) 34
Best oak 40 43
Baltimore oak sole 48
French kips SI 40 200
do calf , leading brands 1 75 2 40
Domestic kips 75 1.25
do calfa 1 10 160
Hemlock , upper per foot 22 23
Oak. upper do 25
Grain , upper do 25
Linings per dor. 7 00@10 00
Toppings do 10 ft ) 12 00
Morocco ( boot leg ) per foot 38 45
do oil dressed 38 40
do Simon per skin 3 00 3 25
do glove kid 3 50 5 00
Belt leather per side 4 50 6 00
Boot Webbing. per bolt 45 70
Oak harness leather 'Pittsburg' 43
do do do Nol 40 42
do do do No 2 S3 40
do line do - 44 46
Hemlock harness leather No 1 37 39
do do leather No 2 35 37
do line do 42 44
Fair bridle per side 600 700
Team collars per doi 24 00 25 50
Stage do do 19 00 20 00
Scotch do do 3800
Concord do 38 00
Collar leather ( black ) per foot IS 24
do do ( russet ) do 18 20
Patent dash leather do IS
BIDRS.
Green hides pertb 4H
Green cured hides do 6
Dry hides do 12
Dry salted hides do 10
Dry calf and kip do 12
Sheep pelts oaoh 30 (31 ( 25
Tallow per ft 7
AH damaged stock % price.
( FURS ,
Mink , prime 1 25(31 ( 75
do 2dand'8d SO 100
Wolverine " 3 50
Racoon 60
do inferior 20 35
Muskrat. fall 18
do winter 22
do spring 27
do kittens 7
Skunk , black prime SI 00
do narrow striped prims 50
do broad 26
Otter. No 1 , large 7 00
do No 2 4 50
Fisher 9 00
Wolf , No 1 , large mountain 3 00
do No 2 , do do 200
do No 1 , small prairie 1 05
do No 2. do da 80
Beaverwell furred and cleanper Ib 1 40
do stagy and heavy 90(31 ( 00
Red fox.No 1 1 50
Kid fox , No 1 40
Deerskin , red and short blue.'per Ib 30
Antelope 25
LIQUORS AND WINES.
High wines per gal JlflO
Alcohol , 183 per cent do 2 20
French spirits do 2 25
MarshairsBonrbonwhiskydo 165
Miller's do do do 155
Brandy , very 8no do 4 90
do inferior brands do 31 47@3 8a
Gin. 100 per cent do 1 75 3 50
Holland inn , 90 per cent do 150
Rums , mixed Jamaica 100
per cent 1 75 4 20
New England rum 90 p. c.do 1 50
Kennedy's bittters do 1 60
do do per case 7 25
do do In 100 case lots C 0
Champagnes , pints in bas
kets 24 00 30 00
Portwines.infr b'ds per case 5 59 9 00
do very fine 10 50
Sherries 5 50 16 50
Ale , Edinburgh , per doz 3 50
Ale , Bass &Co's pale 350
Guinness. Dublin. stoutXXX 3 40
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Body Brussels carpeting , per y 12 00 @ 2 25
Tapestry do do do 110 140
3 ply do do 1 30 150
Ingrain do do 45 1 25
Hemp do do 22H 40
RagcnrpeU do 40 65
Matting do 40 1 00
Oilcloths do 43 85
Rubber matting do 2 00
Window shades per pair 125 250
Window fixtures per doz. 1 50
Matts do 8 00 24 00
IRON AND [ STEEL.
Iron in bars per ft 3 3-10
Cast plow steel do 10
Tool steel do IS @ 20
Nail rods do 10 > $
SHEET IRON. WIRE , TIN PLATE , COPPER , &c.
SHERT IRON.
First quality. No 16 to 20 per Ib 5
do do No 22 to 24 do ftW
do do No 26 do 5 %
do do' No 27 do 5 %
Charcoal , both sides smooth , Neil do 6V
do do do do No2rido 6 %
do do do do No27do ffi !
Double refined , No 24 do 7M
do do No 26 do 7 %
do do No 27 do 754
Russia , perfect , 7 to 12 do IS
do No 1 stained do 17
" " iinmitation Russia
"A , American ,
sia , all No's : for less than full do 16
Bundle add 1 cent.
QAI.VAMZED IROS. *
No 14 to 0 per Ib 12
No2H < r24 do 13
No 25 do 14
No 27 do 15
No 23 do Ifi
Full bundles discount 20 per cent.
COPPER.
Braziers 10 to 12 37
do 12V < tolOO 33
Sheathing 14 and 16 oz 3J
Planished 14 and 16 or 41
do No 7 , 8 and 9 45
Copper bottoms 35
TIH PLATE.
10x14 1C , bosfquallty per box S10 50
10x14 IX do do do 1325
12x12 1C do do do 11 00
12x12 IX do do do 14 00
14x2010 do do do 1150
Mx20 IX do do do 14 2i
14 QIXXXdo do do 1975
Roofing , 1C charcoal 14x20 do 10 00
do IX do 14x20 do 1275
do 1C do 20x28 do 21 00
do IX do 20x28 do SH 50
BLOCK TIN.
Largo pigs per Ib 30
Small pigs do 30
Bar tin do 32
Sheet tin 25 to 35 inches de llV
do 24 to 35 do per sheet 12
Tinner's solder , lextra refined do 23
do do Nol do 21
do do roorine do IS
BRIOBT WIBB.
Price 9c IQo _ lie US 12K
No's Oto6 7 to 9 10411 12 13&14
Price 14c 15c lOo
Nos , 15A16 17 18
Discount 25 per cent , on full bundles.
LUMBER.
Joists , studding and sills 20 ft. and
under 19 0 (
Over 20 feet each additional foot 1 Oi
Fencing Nol 20
do No 2 IS
1st common boards 22 5 (
2nd do do 2000
' -x' stock boards , 10 and 12 inches 50 00
B' do do do do 3500
* C' do do do do 3000
1st clear l.lJi. ! Xand2inoh 6000
2,1 do do do do 50 00
3d do do do do 40 ( X
Flooring , clear 45 0 (
do 1st common 40 ft
do 2d do 3500
do 3d 25
do narrow , No 1 40 0 (
1st clear ceiling % inch 35 00
2d do do % do 3000
1st do do % do 2750
2d do do J | do 2300
1st do siding 25 0 (
2d do do 5
1st common do 20 OC
A' shingles 4 CO
Extra Nol shingles 3 OC
Common No 1 shingles 2 OC
Lath per 1000 3 00
D & H pickets per 100 3 50
Square do do -
0 G Batten per lineal foot IK
Rough do do do ft
ROSEXFELD ERG'S. ,
PRICES CURRENT THIS DAY.
OMAHA , Jan. 31 , 1S76 ,
BCTTBE.
Roll , choice , per Ib - . - . 15 @ 20
Tnb " " _ 15 5M
Fresh , per doz.t. - . . 14 015
OTSTKES.
J. T. J. Jt Co' * select - 45
Standard - . 35
C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I. . . . . . . . . . . 25
DRESSED POCLTET.
Chickens , per lb . . . . . . . . . O10
Turkeys , per Ib - . „ _ „ , . „ _ „ 12
Geese , per Ib - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Ducks , per IbM. . . . . . . . r-i.i . mum 10
Apples per bbl
Cider , per bbl . .
Arriyal M Wire of Trains
Union Pacific.
LK4VE. ARRIVS.
Daily Express 12:15 P. M. 4:50 P. M.
Daily Mixed 4:45 " 9:30 '
Daily Freight 5:00 A.M. 5:15 "
Dally Freight. . . . . . 8:30 " 11:15 A.M.
Jlme Card of the Burlington Route
LEAVE OMAHA. ' AERIVK OMAHA.
Escpress 4:40 P.M. Express.-10:00 A. M.
Mail * 5:10 A.M. Mail * . . .10:40 P.M.
Sundays excepted. 'Sundays excepted.
This is the only line running Pullman
Hotel dining cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. H. P. DKOEL.
Gen. W. Pass. Ag't. Ticket Agent.
Chicago , Ills. Omaha. l < eb.
Chicago. Reck Island & Pacific.
Mail0 5:10 A. M. 'IMOP. M.
Express 4:00 P. M. 10:00 A. M.
Sundays oxcepted. 'Sundays excepted.
Chlcagq & Northwestern.
Mail , 5:10 A. M. ' 10:40 P. M.
Express 4:00 : P. M. 10OOA. : M.
Sundays excepted. 'Sundays oxcepted.
Kansas City & St Louis Short Lino.
Morning Ex-.510 ; A. M. 8:50 A. M.
Evening Ex.-4:00 P. M. 7:10 P. M.
The only line running Pullman Sleeping
cars out of Omaha.
A. C. DAWKS. FBASE E. MODEM ,
Gen'l P. & T.Gj't. Ticket Agent ,
St. Joe. Mo. Omaha , Neb.
Omaha & Northwestern and Sioux City & Pacific
Mail Expres3.-8QO A , u. 2COp. M.
Daily except Sundjys.
B.&H. Railroad In Nebiaska.
LRAVE. ARSIVK.
Kearney Express 8:55 A. M. 4:00 p. M.
Plattsmouth Freight. . . 6:00 : p. u. 7:15 A. u.
Omnibuses and baggage wagons leave the
ffice , Grand Central Hotel , fifteen minuteg
advance of the above railroad time.
BOCTE. DDK. CLOSE.
WEST. A. if. P. M. A. SI. P. M.
U. P. R. R 4:20 : 11:00
EAST.
C. i N. W. R. R 11:20 4:30
3. R. I. i P. R. R 11:00 4:30
B. i M. K. R. R 11:00 : 4SO
BOCTH. '
C. B. ASt. . Joe 7:00 4:80 :
0. & S. W. R. R 8:20 8:20
SOETH.
0. &K. W. R. R 2:60 : 7:46 i
Chicago and all Eastern cities. Nebraska
City , and Council Bluffs , due at 10:30 a. m. ,
closes at 4:30 a. m. and 3:20 p. m.
St. Louis and St. Joseph , due at 10:30 : a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. ; closes at 3:20 p. m. and
4:30 a.m.
Office open Sundays from 12 to 1 p. m.
C. E. YOST. Postmaster.
OFFICE OF
Elaxn Clark & Son ,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
FT , CALHODlf AVAfrWO MILLS
WHOLESALE PRICE LIST ;
Calhoun XXX flour , per sack- . . . . _ $ 2 75
* vv
Waterloo XXX " " _ 2 60
* * XX * * * *
'
Excelsior XX " " . . . 11' 240
Buckwheat " " . 3 00
Graham " " - 2 50
Rye " " . _ 300
Rye Graham " " . . . _ 2 75
Meal , white , bolted. " - 80
" yellow bolted , " . 85
" plain , percwt . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Chop Corn , " - 85
Chop Corn and Oats. " . . . . 85
Bran , " - 00
Shorts. " . „ 80
Screanings , " . . 00
Corn , shelled , bulk , per bush - 30
" sacked " . „ 40
Oats , bulk. " . _ 30
" sacked. " . S5
nor 14-ly
Through to Chicago
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
The Chicago , Burlington & Qniiicy
RAILROAD
With its Smooth and Perfect Track , Elegant
Passenger Coaches , and
PULLMAN SLEEPING AND DINING CARS
Is acknowledged by the press , and all who
travel over it , to be the best appoint
ed and best managed road in
the country.
Going East
Should bear in mind that this I * the
Best Route to Chicago ,
And all points cait. north and northwest
Passengers by this route have choice of Four
Different routes and the advantage of
SIX DAILY LINES PALACE SLEEPING CARS ,
FROM
Chicago to New York
WITHOUT CHANGE.
All express trains on this line are equipped
with Wcstinghouse Patent Air Brakes , and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Cou
plers. the most perfect protection against ac
cidents in the world.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Dining Cars
are run on the Burlington route.
Information concerning routes , rates ,
time , connections , i-c. , will be cheerfully
given by applying at the office of the Bur
lington Route , Grand Central Hotel , corner
fourteenth and Farnham , Omaha , Neb.
ROBT. HARRIS. SAML. POWELL.
Gen'ISupt. , Gen'l Passenger Ag't.
Chicago. 111. Chicago. 111.
J. W. MORSE , H. P. DEUEL.
Gen'l Ag't , Omaha , Ticket Ag't.Omaha
The Popular Uonte Irene
o
-ao-
Chicago aR < ! llie East !
AND THE
IDJLxrooX
.
CroRe , Prairie Dn C'bUn , Wfnonn ,
St. Pnul.Uuliitli , Jajjtsvllle. Htno-
Mba , Grreii liny , Ktcine , Steven'i
Point , WutertOTm , Oshlieab , FOB
Du Lac , MadJioii
It Bsing tbe Shortest and FList Completed Line
Between
OM A H A and CHICAGO.
Constant improvprnsnts cave tnsen PIACO in
the waj o ( rirfutlng Grade , and placing Iron
with Siel Italia , uddlng to Its rolling stock
new and Elcisnt
DA7 nud Sr-EKPIMO CAK1
Einlpped with the "Wi-atuinoaseAlr Brake"
and ' 'Hllltr Platlorm " eatabllihlnj comforta
ble and commrxJtoua tatln : Houses , oBerlng all
the comf irts ot traveling the age can produce.
Frora \ to 10 Fast Express Trains rail each
ay dally over the various lines of this roxd ,
thn : securing to the travelar selecting this
route sure and certain connections In any di
rection he mar wish to eo ,
JPrtncluaJ CoMicctloaa.
AT M18S03E1 VALLEY JUNCTION , for
jjlonx City , Yankton and point * reached vl
Slouz City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
D ItolnoK , Ottawa and Keotuk.
AT HARSHAiJLior Bt. Paul , Mlnneapolii ,
Vnlath , end northweetern points.
AT CEDAB RAPIDS for Waterloo , Ccdsr
Falls. Charl a City , Burlington and Bt. Lottli.
ATCLIN-ltNforDnbuqne , Dunlelth , Prai
rie du Chlen , La Crosw. end all poInU on the
Chicago , Clinton and Dubuaua , and Chicago ,
Dnbuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON lor Freeport , Eacine Mlllw u-
kee , and all points In Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
oat d Chicago
TrTROUGH TICKETS
to ui saiiern cities via t la Hue can De pro
cured , nd any Information obtalaed , concernIng -
Ing Boutes , Bates , etr.i tbe Ticket Office
In the Union Pacific repot O-nahaand alioat
the principal Ticket OOcai on tha line ol 'the
U. P. 1. UT
All information regardlnS p * x ngen and
freight cheerfully furnished , and sleeping car
berths for tale at the Company's office , 2S3
Fjrnham st. ( Grand Central Hotel ) , Omaha.
WBagzage checked through from Omaba/W *
W. H. dTENNETT , MABTIN HTJGHlTr.
Oen'lPaMlnje'r Ae t. Gen. Sup't ,
D , E. KIMBALL , HAS. ATKINB ,
Ticket Ag't , oraaha. G n'l Ag'tOmaha.
J. H. MODNTA1H , g.SJSsSt ,
Weat'nTz aT At.Oaaaa
L. WOODWORTH.
238 Douglas Street ,
OMAHA , - - NEBRASKA.
TVood Stock
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
HARDWARE ,
Patent Wheels ,
FINISHED GEARING , AXLES , SPRINGS ,
Thimble Skeins , Etc.
HARDWOODI/UMBER
CARRIAGES , HACKS & BUGGIES.
StxulolmlEer "Wneron Dejjot
OMJLIIA. CITY
STOVE STORE.
C. F. COOK ,
537 14th Streof , Between Douglas and Dodge.
Manufacturer of Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware , and dealer in
Cooking and Heating Stoves.
Stamped , Japanned and FrenchWare on and
Tin Hoofing. Gutters andSpoutinsand > > ork
done and warranted. janSatf
Omana & St , Louis Short
ine.
7 B I
The Kansas Citv. St. Joe and
Council Blufis B. B
Ii the only dlroo line Id
St. IsOUIS
AIJD THE KA8T. FKOll
OMAHA AND THE WEST
HO CHAHGB ol can between Omtnc and 8t.
I/onla srnl : bat one between OUAHA
ana KBW YOBS.
This the Only jJno running
PULIYMAH J'A&ACE Bl.KSPIdl
DAT COAOH BAST FKOM OEXA-
I1A. OH ARErVAL OP THIS
UH1OH PACIFIC EX
PRESS TRAIH ,
WPAB3ENGEE3 TAKIHQ OTHER
SOUTHS HAVE A DIBAG8EEABLE
TBANQFKB AT THE EITSE STA'IlOH.
PASSENGER. TKAIHS .BA1I.T t
8 BEACHING ALL
BASTES ? AND WESTEBH CITIES
Wltth leu Changes and l.i advance- other
lines.
ThlaEntire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace glesplng Cara ;
Palace Day Ooschea and Chair Oars ,
Miller's Safety Platform and Conplet
and the Celebrated Westinqhocse
Air Brake.
WSee that your Ucteu read TU
Kan aaCltr , Si. Joseph A Voaaell
Blnffla Rnlroad ,
Fta Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets ( or sale at cor. Tenth and Farchaai
streets , and D. f. Depot , Omaha.
J08.T AHON , QEO. L. BRADBDBY ,
Pass. Agt. GEU * Agout
F. BABITABO , A. C. DAWES.
Gen' Supt. Gen'l Paaa. Agt. ,
8t.
GOOD NEWS
TO THE SUFFERING
The Most Wonderful Medical Discovery known
"
to Man. While thera is lifo Ihere is
Hope. Don't give up
the Ship.
Believing that cleansing toe blood vaa the
only true way of Danlthlng disease , and being
troubled with a scrofulous aCectlon , known as
Salt Hlitura , and WcaVness of tbe lungs , and
finding no euro , I commenced to experiment
by compounding roots using the medicine thus
obtained. I forluuaUly discovered a most won
derful Blood Searcher cr Bitters , which not on
ly gave me Instantaneous relief , but after a few
weeks tme ! effected a perfect cure. I then
prepared a quantity cf the Root Bitten , and
was In thi habit of clving them away to tbe
tick. I found tbamedlilne possessed the most
wonderful healing virtues , ejecting euros of all
diseases originating fron bad blood or weakness
01 tbo system , aa II by marie. At last the de
mand became to great fiat I found myselfcalled
upon to supply patients with medicine in al1
parts of tha continent , and I was coiipelled to
establish a Laboratory for compounding and
bottling the Boot Hitt < r In largo quantities. I
was at first bacicward Ii presenting either mj
self or remedy to the public , not being a pitent
medicine man , and wit a limited cartul , but I
am getting bravely over that. 8'nco I first ad
vertised this wonderful inedlcino I have been
crowded with orders from druggists and coun
try dealers , ajd the scores of letters I have re
ceived from persons cured , proves the fact that
no remedy has ever done so much good and had
such a success as the Root Bitters. Boot Bitters
areatrictly a Medicinal PrcparaUon.such as was
cued in the good old days of our forefathers ,
when people were cured by some simple rooter
or plant and when calomel and other poisons
of the mineral Mcgdom were unknown. For
Consumption. Asthma , Catarrh..Scrofula , Soro-
ulons Eruptions , Rheumatism. Heart Disease ,
Dizziness , Liver ComplaintKidney and Urina
ry dlsrases , Ferer and Ague , Dyspepsia , Lost
Vitality and Broken Down Constitutions , these
Root Bitters ara universally admitted to ba the
moit wonderful discovery In the world. Their
searching , healing properties penetrate every
portion of tbe human Irarae , soothing the lucgs
and strengthening tbe stomach , kidneys end
Iver. For weakly , nervous roung men , snQer-
ng from lots of mcmery , etc. , caused from ab
ase * In early llle , and to delicate f tialea. there
Root Bitters sre especially recommended. No
other medicine win cure J urvy Svphllls , bait
Bheum , Bolls , Tetter Ringworm , White Swel
ling , Sore Eyes. Running of the Ears , Ulcers ,
Fever Sores , Piles Cancerous formations , Drop
sy , Eryslnclas , Pimples , Flesh Worms , Pust
ules , Blotrhcs. and all Bein deseaws , so quickly
as tha Root Bitters. All diseases have their
origin In bad blood. The Root Bitters lays tbe
azo at the root of the tree of disease , by search
ing and purifying tbe Diood which will nourish
and Invigorate every organ and part of the
body and keep It In repair nntil a ripe old age.
1 warrant iny Root Bitters a perfect cure for
the above and similar diseases , and in cue of
allure , where tbe medicine has had a fair trial ,
* ill tbankall to call or write aud get b'cfr
tbelr money. Show this clrcKlar to your drug
gist or store-Keeper ; if hedoa't bavea stock of
my Hoot Enters on hand , ask him to order a
UPPlYt *
G. W. FEAZ1ER. Cleveland. O.
Tbe Root Bitters are put up In plain bottles
at 91 , orsix bottles for t5 , a price within the
reach of all , the poor as well as the rich. Bold
by C. F. GOODMAN ,
Wholesale and Itetail Druggist ,
Oraaha Neb.
A Sure Cure for tbe Files
has been d'scovered ' by eld Dr. Williams [ an
ndlan remedyl. called Dr. Williams' Indian
Ointment. A single box has cured the wont
old chronic case * of the blind , bleeding , itch-
ng end ulcerated Files of 25 and 30 years'
landing.
Lotions. Instruments and arlesareonlr
waste of time and money. The Indian Olnt-
raejt gire * Instsnt and painless relief. Over
20,000 cured patients attest Its vlrtucsand phy
sicians of all schools pronounce. It the greatest
contribution to modhlne of tbe age.
WUliami' Indian Ointment is prepared ex-
Inshrely for the piles , and nothing else. Soli
j druggists and country storekeepers all over
ho world. Sold by C F. GOODMAN ,
mayl31r Omaha.
BYBOX REED. LEWIS S. BtSO.
Byron Reed & Co. ,
TBE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
RE.4JL ESTATE AGELVC1 Y
IK NEBRASKA.
Ketp a complete Abstract of Title to all
Real Estate in Omaha and Douglas County.
0. P. CHUBB ,
OUCCESSOR to W. R. Bartlett. Real 'V
O tate conveyancing and abstracting. De
sirable and low priced lots in all parU of the
city , and lands in this county for sale and
lease. 230 Douglas street , Omaha , Neb.
n ov 11-lv
Victor's Restaurant.
160 Parxvham Street ,
BETWEEN 10TII irllTH. OMAHA. NEB.
Open Day and Night.
AH me.ils served to order. Attached to
the above i < a bar : n ! o a sapamte apartment
for ladies dec 29-1
SMITH & CLEM ,
NEWS-DEALERS ,
Booksellers , Stationers ,
TOYS.
KOTIOXS , d AKS , Ac.
KEARNEY. NEB.
Al'o General Agents for the 0 in aha Daily
and Weekly BKK. nor 12-tf.
JAS. DONNELLY
Justice of the Peace
476 THIRTEENTH STREET ,
Corner of Uaruey. Room Four , Up-Slairj
G. STEVENSON.
Justice of the Peace
No 6 , CreiglitonBlook.
OMAHA. XEB.
Collections a Soeoialtr.
RAWLIN'S
METALLIC
* _ . * The cheapest , best , most durable -
ff > . ble , rnoit fire , water and weather
" " { JfV proof paint made. Send for sam i
SLDSple * . price list and circulars. Ad-
Hrl dre Metallic Paint Co. . Raw-
t
General Agent. Omaha.
Chicago , KOCK Island
and Pacific B. R. :
THE GBCAT CEHTBAL BOOTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
Via Dea Molnea , 1/srenport and Rode Island.
This Ko-vl being thoroughly equipped with
elegant new Coaches , Palace bleeping Can , and
having the advantage of a smooth and well bal
lasted trade , offers the traveling public an East
era Lice unoqualeJ lor Speed , Comfort *
Safety.
.
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All Passenger Trains are equipped with tht
WE3T1H6UOUSB FAXKNT AlB BKAXSS and
timer's Patent Salct r Flatfona Coupler.
2 Fast Express Drains Lcare Daily ,
connecting & ; cuoir :
AT DES ilOlNES with tha Dei Holnsa YaUar
Balircfld , lor Ostnlooia , Qttnmwa , Kcokci
and St. Loci' .
AT GBINNELI. with the Central BatoMsd cl
Iowa , for ell points north to Bt. Paul.
AT WEST LIBKBTY with the Enrilngtoo ,
Cedar CaplJi & lUireecta Ballrcx , for
Cu7li2itcn. Codex EjjJiir , Dubcquo & St.
Paul , at WILTON JUNCTION with th
Bouth-Westein brar. : , lor Muatttina.
WtahlL-pon aril rcInU scuii.
AT DATENPUBT wllh tha Davenport 4 St.
Paul ib.imaj lor points nortk.
AT BOCK ISLAND with tlte W < utom Union
Railroad Ici Freepcrt , Eclolt. Baci e , Mil
waukee , trd all polcti In Northern IlILuoU
and Wisconsin.
AT BOCK ISLAND Tlth the Kccklord , Boii
Island and 2t. Louli BitllrcsJ for E : . LorJj
and points south. .
AT BOCK ELAND with tha Feor ! & Boat
Island Eailroad fcr Peorla and polnte cut.
AT BTJBEAU JDNC. , with branch , ( or Hea
rr , Iion. Chlllicotha and FiorLt.
ilf LA. 3ALUS with tha HUaols Central Bull-
rccd i.r 'nin.it north soil jc-jla.
AT CHICAGO with . < U1 llnd liuit , Keith and
tenth.
THBODOH TICK Xa to all Etstsm oltlw
tUthb UIIK CAS be procured , and EC ; lalor-
maticn obtained , concerniDa roatu , M thr
Tlclct Offlco In the Cnloa rwlfic .
s. aud also at tk * pitnc : al ic dtoiQct <
alonz tka Ilco ol Its U. V . '
i Co JJ
PoLmta.
All Ir.fnraia'.loa regarding Pojungen and
Freight choeiiullj fnrnliliol , and Sleeping Cu
Berths Icr tale zt the ComponT's O&ce , 363
FABNHAM Bt. ( Grand Central Hotel ) Omaha.
a. M. SMITH , U. BIDDLE ,
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Qsn'lPBM'rAs't , Gon'lSap't
Chkago. dilcojo.
M. W. CLAIB , H. 8. STBVEJ 3.
Passenjer Agent , Q n'l WeBtein Ag't
Omatd. Omaha
II. P DEUEI , Ticket Agent ,
Omaha.
Nature's Tribute.
From East to West the sun shine *
The winds blow every day ,
The birds in sweetest mn ic.
Sing for Bunco "The Hatter' * Lay. "
Tbe rain-drops'fall and spatter.
And the Mississippi flows ,
Along its leagneless valley.
For the Hatter aa it goes :
The grand Atlantic Ocean.
With its myriad froth-capped ware * .
Displays appreciation
When for Bnnce his cargoes save.
And all these vast surroundings.
From gulf to.polo and bay.
Proclaim thatBUNCE'S THE HATTER.
Where a "Star has shed its ray. "
The finest Felt Hat * ever shown in Omaha
are found at Bunco's ; Broadway , Trade and
Fifth Avenue styles Silk Hats ; Merino and
Stiff Felta ; Traveling-and Jocky Caps ; Chil-
drens' Goods in endless variety ; Traveling
Bags , Collars and Hosiery , elegant line of
Neckwear ; Window Scarfs. Ties and Bows ,
and Umbrellas , and one of the largest stook *
of Winter Gloves and Mittens for Gantg.
Youths and Children to be found in any
western house. pot 22-tf
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Omaha. Nebraska. oct ll-d&wtf
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