Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 25, 1876, Image 3

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MEAT MARKET ;
I6th Street bet. California and Webltar.
Wo keep on hand a largo supply of fresh
and ealtcd meats. Also a large stock of fine
Sugar Cured Hamt and Breakfut Baton.
At the lowest rates.
war. AITST * KNirrir ,
mayll ly Proprietor * .
I
, PATRICK 0T MMLE ,
L rt Corner Dodge and Sixteenth Streets , hti
m : ( , opened a first class meat store to
be known as the
SfXTEEXTII STItEET
MEAT MARKET
And cnnstantly keep * on hand a large
enpply of freh and ealtod meats. Also all
kinds of
S-A-TTS-A-Q-IES-
- - - -
The public are respectfully invited.
.iioviJ ly
- PHYSICIANS A : SUItGEONS.
JOHN A. VANDEN BURG , M. D. ,
Rooms 12 i 13 Jacobs' Block , corner 15th
& Capitol A\enue. Omaha. Neb.
RHEUMATISM A SPECIALTY I
Office Hours ; 8 to 10 a. m. ; 2 to 4 ami af
ter ? p. Di. mch'JU-ly
H. A. WORLEY. M. D.
tllluilljil
Makes a specialty of diseases of
EYE AND EAR.
Office over Omaha National Bank. 8. W.
corner 13th and Douglas St * . Office hours
9 to 11 a. ia. 2 to 4. and 7 to 8 p. m. lanhtf
O. S , WOOD , H. .
Homoepathist
Room No. I. f'reljrhlou IlloeU , N. W.
C r. 15111 anil J > oiifIaH | Sit * .
Residence AS Sixteenth Street , Corner of
Grace , Omaha , Nebraska.
Compound Oxygen treatment for Chronic
Offioe'llours 8 to 10 A. M. . 1 to 4 P. M. .
and 6 to 8 1' . M. sepaodtf
JOSEPH NEVILLE M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office 235 Douglas Street , West Entrance.
Caldwell Block. Omaha. Neb. ian21-5m
Surgical Rooms.
I. VAX CAMP , M. I > .
Dispenses his own medicines , and bcsid
regular practice , makes specialities of 1)0-
raneementu and Diseases j > eculiar to women.
Fistula , Piles and other diseases of the Kec-
"oKFICK Corner of Farnham and Uth
Street , first door to the right , up-stairs. Res
idence. 18th Street , first door south of the
Second Methodist Church. Omaha. Nebras
ka. Address Lock Uox aw. ian31diwtf
V. If. Coilmaii. M. IK ,
Physician & Surgeon
241TARNHAM STREET ,
For Professional Services Three Dollars a
f islt. * " 10-dly
Office : 511 FourteenthSt O
Neb. 2d Floor , Room I ,
Treats Chronic.Virulent and Special Diseas
es including Nervous Debility and Vene
real complaints such as byphilis.Uonorrnea
Gleet , Stricture , Orchitis. Bubo.
ChargKs reasonable , nnd permanent cure
made in the f hortest time possible , twmina
Weakness Si > ermatorrliea ( night losses )
Sexual Debility and luipotcnry ( lo s o
f eiunl power ) , and all Impediments to Mar
riage permanently cured. No mercury-used
Patients at a dUfcince treated by letter. Wed
icincsscnt everywhere. Consultations free
perconallyorby mail.
_ _ jOfficehours ; 9a. m. to8p. m. Snndays
"p. m. to 4 P. m. * ianl2tf
KAWJUKS9
METALIC
Paiut.
The cheapest , best , most dura
ble , most fire , water and weathe
proot paint made. Send for sam
, price list and circulars. Ad
Sles Metallic Paint Co. . Raw-
IGeneral. Agent , Omaha. i
Mi liolTSKS.
FRANK MURPHY , EN OS LOWE ,
President. Yice-PresidenL
BEN. WOOD , Cashier.
STATE
SAVINGS BANK ,
N. AV. corner Farnham and 13th Sts.
OMAHA , NEB.
Capital 5 100.000
Authorized capital 1,000,000
Deposits as small as one dollar received
and compound interest allowed on the same.
AEVANTAGES OVER
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
The whole _ or any pirt of -leposit after
remaining in the bank three months will
draw interest from date of deposit to pay
ment. The whole or any part of a deposit
may ho drawn at any time. aug2-tf
U. X.
Corner Farnliam and 13Ui Streets.
TXIJ3 OX.T > E8T
BANKING ESTABLISHMENT
In Omaha ,
( SnCCESSOES TO KOCNTZK REO3. )
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Organize as a National Bank August 20 , IB63.
Capital and Profits Over $3011 $ ,
DIRECTORS :
I. Kountze , President. I Jno. H. Creighlon.
ugustut Kounlzc. H.W.Yates ,
Vice President. | Cashiers.
A. J.POPPLETON , Attorney.
This bank receives deposits without regard
o amounts.
Issues time certificates bearing interest.
Draws drafts on S.m Francisco and princi-
> al cities of the United .Stiitet. also London ,
> ublin. EJinburc and the principal cities of
he continent of Europe.
Sells nnpBago tickets for emigrants in the
nman line. ocU9tf
BANK1NGHOUSE
Cf Nebraska.
CaldweU , Hamilton & Co
KANKiilN. :
Businett iranucted same as that of an in-
orporared bank.
Accountt kept in Currency or Gold subject
o tight check without notice.
Certificate * of depoiit issued payable on de
mand , or affixed date bearing interest at six
> er cent- per annum , and available in all parlt
if the country.
Advances made to customers on approved
ecuritie : at market rates or interest.
Buy and sell Gold , Bills of Exchange , Gov-
rnment , State , County and City Bonds.
We give special attention to negotiating
railroad and other corporate loans issued
within the state.
Draw sight drafts on England Ireland , Scot-
and , and all parts of Europe.
Sell European passage tickets.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE ,
augl tf
tfHOOFING
HOOFING !
LeaiyEoofsMaileffatfirTifflit ,
lepairs Old Felt and Gravel Roofs , Repairs
and Paints Tin and Iron Roofs.
HEW fLT [ AND GRAVEL ROQES LAID ,
ffSMorders \ left atNo. 515 , 12th Strfct ,
between Farnham rnd Douglas , will receive
propipt attention. apr22 lui
V § l TlPIt ;
R fc K t0 JiP
SwgSSE.gSJWgrf
"sflslllll |
The Popular ROnto from
Chicago and the East !
AND THB
r < > \VmterIooFort
Cro 4. , 1'rnlrtUH flilen , AV'lnnnft
St. I'nul.Dulutli , JnuejTtllr. Hcmo-
slm , < lrteillay , Itaclun , Steven' *
IVnterlown ,
u nnrt MIIw
It Belns the Uhoztontanil FUit Completed Unt
Betwe n
OMAHA and CHIC AGO
CoastAnt ! iiipnmmcnt bare tasen place li.
the way of re-luilus : Grade , Anil placing IroP
with Utoel Rails , adding to Jta rolling itock
new and Elec&nt
DAT ! SblCICPIIf G TAB.S
tViulnpe-t with the " Wrtllngbouso &lr Brake'
nd ' 'Allller ' riatlorm " MUbllshlns ttmlorla
ble and commodious Eutiu : Houses , ottering al
the comforts ol travail n ; the aipt can produce
From U to 10 Fa-it Express Trains run eacl
way dally orer the radons lines of this rol
thui securing to the travclnr solectlng thlr
route aure anu eortaln ronrecUons In any dl-
rectlun heoar vlah to so.
Prlnelnal Co tU .J
ATSIISSOUKI VALLEY JUNCTION ; for
Sioux City , Yaution and poiuls reached lia
Sioux City and Pacl&c r ilroad.
ATORAND JUNCTION for Fort Podge
Das Molnea , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT HAUSUAuLfor Bt. Paul. Slinnearoliii ,
Uulnth. unit nnrlhwrplorn pulots.
AT CEDAU BAPID3 tot Waterloo , CedW
Falls. Churl Oil , Uurllngtou anil 8 l uii
AT CLINTON. or Dubuqne , Dnnlalth , Prai
rleduChlen , LaCroaso , anil all points uu the
Chicago , Clinton and Duhuquc , and CLieago
Dnbaque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Froe. | > ort , Bacine Mlllwao-
kea , and all points lu Wisconsin ,
AX CHICAGO with all nil war line * leading
out tl Chicago
THUOTJQH TICKETS
to mu utorn dues Yla tbli line can ne pro
cured , and any Information obtained , concern
ing Bontes , lute * , clc.,1 the Ticket Office
In th Union Pacific Depot Omaha , and aUoa
the principal Ticket Of&CM n the line oi th
TJ. p. s. k
AII infomaUon rpgardlnG passengers and
freight cheerfully furnished , and sleeping car
berth ! for tale at the Company's office , 2SI
Farnham U ( Grand Central Hotel ) , Omaha.
VBozxaee checked through from Omaha.'VM
W. KTOTENNETT , M AUXIN HUGHITT.
Oen'IPaulnge'rAgt. G n. Sup't.
D.E.KIMBALL , HAS. ATMNf ,
Ticket Ag't , Omihm. Gon'l Ae'tOmaha.
J. H. MOUNTAIN , . HAfaHT ,
Weit'nTr n AEt.Omah .
RAILROADS.
Free Homes. !
*
ONJHE.LINEOFTHE
PACIFIC
RAILROAD.
A LAND GRANT OF
12 OOO OOO
ACRES OF THE
Best Fanuing & Mineral
LANDS IN AMERICA.
3,000,003 , , Acres in NeWa ,
In the Great Ptatte Valley , the Garden o ( the West
fOIl SALE AT'PRICES
That Defy Competition.
Ten years' credit , interest only 6 per cent.
Free Homesteads for actual settlers.
The best location for colonies.
Soldiers entitled to a homestead of ICO acres.
Free passes from Omaha to purchasers of
railroad lands. Descriptive pamphlets ,
with sectional maps , and
THE PIONEER ,
a handsome illustrated paper , containing
the homestead law , mailed freoto all parts
of the world. Address , O.F. DAVIS ,
Land Commimtotter U. P. Railroad ,
novStf Omaha. Neb ,
Sioni cttr 1 Fad
St. Fniil and Sioux City
KA1I.ROAIKS.
One hundred miles the shortest route to
HI. l > niil , MinucApoIlK , Uiilutli or
BiHiiiarck ,
And the most direct route to Sipnz City
and ail points in northern Iowa , Minnesota
and Dakota.
Xo Change of Cars.
Will run elegant drawing room and sleep
ing coaches , owned and controlled by the
company , through without change between
Omaha andSt. Paul.
Through express will leave the U. P. depot
Omaha , daily ( except Sunday ) 4.00 p. m , ;
Council lilulfc 5:30 : p. m. , reach Sioux City
9 p. in. , St. Paul at 11 a. m. Timo.18 houri ,
making
Ten Honra in Advance
OF ALL OTHER ROUTES.
Returning Will leave St. Paulat2:30p.
m. , arriving at Sioux City at ft p. m , , and
imabaat 10 a. m. .
Mail train for Sioux City and Tankton
eaves Omaha daily ( except Sunday ) , at 5:25 :
) . in. . Council Bluffs at 6 ; 15 a. m. . reaches
iionx City 11.30a. m. , Yankton 545p ; , m.
Tickets for sale in Chicago & NorthweH-
rn railway offices. Council Bluffs , Union
'acific Depot and Grand Central Hotel ,
Imaha.
Bo sure your tickets read S. C. & P.
Railroad. L.llURNETT ,
Superintendent , Mimouri Valley ,
F. C. HILLS. General Tirkrt Aat-.Sinux City.
J.II. O'BltYAN.Agt
janl ly Omaha.
NEBRASKA
Store !
159 Farnliam Bt. , Omaha.
M.SCHUTT , Proprietor.
Rifles , Shot duns. Revolvers , and Fire-
irms of every description constantly on
: iand. Ale a full line of ammuniton , and
a large assortment of fine pocket cutlery.
Mr. Sehutt is a practical gunsmith , 1 ck-
unith and machinist and will execute all
kinds of work , repairingAc. , on reasonable
terms. Goods sent by expressaud all orders
for work executed promptly. Shooting otl-
Icries for ealouns for saleand.stencil cutting
done to order. ootSOly
OFFICE OF
Elam Clark & Son.
PROPRIETORSOF THE
FL Cabi & ttrloo
OMAHA , NEI1RASUA.
Calhoun XXX flour , per sack S 2 GO
do XX do do . . -
WaterlooXXX do do 2'45
do XX do do
ExcelsiorXX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - >
Ruckwhoat do * do 3 00
Uraham do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 50
Rye do do 2 75
Rye Uraham do do 2 50
Meal , white , bolted do . . . „ „ . . 1 00
do yellow bolted do " 1 COde
do ulain per cwt 85
Chop corn do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Chop corn and oats do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Rran do . . 50
Shorts do . . . . . _ ,
Scrcanings do - . . 50
Corn , shelled , bulk , per bush . . . . . . 80
do sacked do 40
Oats , bulk do . . . . . . . 30
do tacked do . . . 35
A PLAIN STATEMENT.
Knowledge inspires conlldence.
Wo assert upon the testimony of
numerous persona living in this vi
cinity , that no medic'iEe ever offer
ed for sale produces such satisfacto-
toiy results as Dr. Merman's Com'
pound lYicJdy-Ash BUtwa. It is not
a bLvcrage , like many preparations
sold under the name of Bitters , does
not intoxicate , but iss ricl'y a med
icine for the cure of disease and re
lief of functional disorders. Persons
suffering from Dyitpepsia , Sick'
Ilcadac/ie , Nervousness , aud especi
ally those troubled with habitual
constipation , Hrill Hud immediate re
lief by using the Bitters. Call at
our place of business , 244 Douglas
street , aud get a bottle.
MARTIN & KHNNARD ,
Wholesale Druggists , Omaha.
13-m2
10
BYRON EKED. LEWIS S. BEKD.
Byron Reed & Co. .
T1IR OLDEST KSTABLISHKD
BEALESTATIAGSHCY
In IS"ol > rnsltrv.
Keep a complete abstract of title to all
real estate in Omaha and Douclas County.
MONEY AND
OMAHA , NEB. , April 25 , 1876.
Gold , at Omaha , buying 1 11 }
al 12 ; selling , $1.13.
PKOYISIONS , PRODUCE , FRUIT , dC.
Butter has declined to 19 ( 2Uo for
choice packages ; medium Is quoted
to-day at7@18c. Putter is weak
in demand as well ai in price.
Eggs are firm at 12J@13. A great
many are coming into the market ,
hut remain firm at these quotations ,
Dressed chickens are Bringing 15c ;
live chickens , per dozen , $4.00.
Dressed turkeys , 16c.
Potatoes , 25c ; market well sup
plied. Ouioua , 65@70. Cabbage ,
$1.00 per doz ; and the market is
well stocked.
Oranges , $5.00 per box ; lemons ,
$8.50.
Cider , $9.00 per barrel ; 45 gailon
casks , $14.00.
Apples good sound stock of any
quality bring good prices. Killing
quotations are $4.75@f5.00. Bound
fruit is scarce , and the demand is
BfOOd.
Cranberries , per bbl. , $12.00 ; per
box , $4.25.
Maple sugar , 1516c.
LIVE STOCK.
Steers , on foot , per 100
are quoted at 3 75a4 50 ; calves ,
fiSOaG 00 ; Sheep , 4 40a5 00. lave
Hogd readily command 6 50aG 76.
a RAIN.
"Wheat , No. 1 , is quoted from 80.
to 85. JNo. 2 , 75 ; No. 3 , 55aCO ; T ( ±
ected , 50.
Corn , No. 2 , 27 cents.
Oats , No. 2 , 22a23 ; rejected ,
18.
Barley No market ; 30 cents.
Rye is quoted at 40 cents.
COMMERCIAL.
LIVE STOCK.
GROCERIES.
SUGARS.
Granulated Powdered pcrlb do ill
Crushed do
Refined , cnt loaf do
Standard 'A' do
Kxtra * B' do
Yellow 'C * do
CANNED FBUITS.
FISH AND OTSTKBS.
Salmon. 2 Ib cans per doz 375
do llbcaua do 240
Lobsters , 2 Ib cans do 325
do lib cans do 200
Jvsters , standard,2 Ib cans per case 400
do do 1 Ib cans do 200
do slack , 2 Ib cans do 2 80
du do 1 Ib cans do 1 60
SALT.
DIKIMB.
Amoskeag
Beaver Creek A A
do do BB
Haymakers
York
OtUaxa
IJo BB
do CC
Bhetucket B
do BB
American
Amoskeai
Bates
Lancaster
licfiso * .
Amoskeag 32
Biddeford
Falls A
do AA
Kdo AAA
JIAH8.
Amoskeae , brown
do bleached
Clarendon
: eagA
do BB
do DD
Arlington
Wicasse. H
do T
do A
do Y
do X
do XX
do
PAINTS AND OILS.
Carbon oil per gal 17
Linseed oil , raw do 75
Linseed oil. boiled do 758Q
Lard oil. No 1 do
dp extra do II1031 15
Bonnne . do 25
West Virginia , lubricating do 25 323
Fish oil do C6
Turpentine do 60
_ PAINTS.
White lead , strictly pure per St
do do pure do
do do line pure French do
do do do do Ainor. do
Red lead do
Putty in bladders do
WINDOW GLASS.
Discounts off lint.
FUR *
Mink , prime 75
do 2d and 3dl * 60 00
Wolverine 360
rUoOon 60
do inferior 35
Muskrat. fall IB
do winter 22
do spring 27
do kittens
Skunk , black prime II 00
do narrow striped prime 0
do broad 25
Otter. No 1 , large 7(0
No 2
Wisher 909
Wolf No 1 large mountain 300
do No 2 do 200
do No 1 small prairie 10f
do No 2 do 80
Beaver.well furred and clean per Ib 140
do stagy and heavy 90 1 00
Red fox No 1 150
Kid fox No 1 40
Deerskin.redand short blue , per Ib 30
Antelope 25
LUMBER
Joists , studding and ( ills 20 ft. land
under 1900
Over 20 feet each additional foot 100
Fencing No 1 2000
do No 2 1800
1st common boards , 2250
2nd do do 1800
* A' stock boards , 10 and 12 inchei 5000
B do do do do 3500
C do do do do 2500
1st clear l.lJi. IK and 2 inch 6000
2d do do do do 5000
3d do do do do' 4000
Flooring , clear 4500
do 1st common 4000
do 2d do 3500
do 3d 2500
do narrow. No 1 4000
1st clear ceiling 5 * inch 3500
2d do do % do 3000
1st do do ? do 2750
2d do do Js do 2500
1st do siding ; 25HO
2d do do
- - 22 U )
1st common do JO 00
' '
'A' shingles I 375@400
Extra No 1 shingles , 1 300
Common No 1 shingles O 200
Lath per 10UO .i 300
D & 11 pickotd per 100 ' 300 350
Square do do 350
0 G Balten per lineal foot
Rough do do
LEATHER
Best Buffalo solo 31 936
Matamoras do 30 34
Best oak 40 43
Baltimore.oak sole 48
French kips 40 200
do .calf , leading brands 75 240
Domestic kips 75 1 25
do calfs 1 10 1 CO
Hemlock , upper per foot
Oak do do
Orain , do dodo
. * > - per doz 7001000
Toppings do 10 (0 ( 12 10
Morocco ( bootleg ) perfoot 33 45
do oil dressed do 33 40
do Simon per skin .300 325
do glove kid 00
Belt leather , per side 00
Boot M'cbbiug per bolt - 45 70
Oak harness leathrr' Pittsburg' 43
do No 1 40. 42
do No2 38 40
Oak line leather 44 46
Hemlock harness leather No 1 37 39
do No 2 35 37
Hemlock line leather 42 44
Fair bridle per side 600 700
Team collars per doz 24002500
Stage do do 19 00 2000
Scotch do do 3600
Concord do 38 00
Collar leather ( black ) per ft 18 21
do do ( rufst ) do 18 20
Palcnt dash leather do 18
HIDES.
Green bides perCk
Green cured hides do
Dry hides do 12
Dry salted hides do 10
Dry calf and kip do 12
Sheep pelts j each 30 @ 125
Tallow 7
LIQUOR AND WINE.
nig'1 winci per gal 110
Alcohol IM per cent do 215
French spirits do 22 >
Marshall's Br'bon whiskydu 125
Miller's do do 1 55
Brandy , very fine do 4 00
do inferior brands do 150 375
3in. tOOper cent do 150 300
Holland ( I'm , 'M percent 1 75
Rnnis , mixed Jamaica 100
per coft ( do 1 K )
* 3u9 ting , ruin , 90 per ct do U'J )
Kennedy's bitters do 1 50
do per case 725
do 100 lots
in " case " * °
Champagnes , pintB"in"ba kets" 21 00 30 00
Portwine , infrbr'ds per case 5 50 'J 00
do very fine 10 50
Sherries 5t01t > 50
Ale , Edinburgh , per doz 3 ( O
Ale , Bass & co's pale 3 00
Guinness Dublin stoutXXX 3 00
CARPET AND OIL CLOTH.
Body Brussels carpeting , per yd 200 225
Tapestry do do 1 10 1 40
3 ply . do do 1 30 1 50
Ingrain di > do 45 25
Hemp do do 22V4 40
Rag carpet do 40 ft !
Matting do 40 1ft )
Oil cloths do 45 S5
Rubber matting do 2 00
Window shades per pair 1 25 250
Window fixtures per doz 1 54
Matta do 8 00 24 00
IRON ANO STEEL.
Iron in bare per Ib f >
Cast plow steel do 10
Tool steel do 18 20
Nali rods do 10
SHEEI IKON. WIRE. BLOCK TIN. COPPER , 4c.
SI1KET IRON ,
First quality No 10 to 20 per Ib S
do No 22 to 21 do 5K
do No 20 do 5V4
do No 27 do frA
Charcoalboth sides smooth , No24do CV >
do do No2ddo Gl |
do do No27do &l
Double refined. No 14 du 7
do No2i do 7K
do No 27 do W
Russia , perfect , 7 to 12 do 13
do No 1 stained do 17
'A * American imitation Russia
all Nos do 16
For less than full bundro add one cent.
OALVAN1ZKI ) IRON ,
No 14 to to 20 perlb 12
No 21 to 24 do 13
No2f do 14
No 27 do 15
No 27 do 1C
Fall bundles discount 20 per cent-
COPPER.
Braziers 10 to 12 37
do 12 to 100 35
Sheathing 14 and 16 oz 41
Planished 13 and 16 oz 41Si
do No 7 , 8 and 9 Si
Copper bottoms 35
G * TIN PLATE ,
10x14 ! < best quality per box 10 50
10x14 IX do do 1325
12x12 1C do do 11 00
13xJ2 IX do do 14 CO
14x201C do do 11 50
14x20 IX do do 14 25
14X20IXXX do do 1975
Roofing , 1C charcoal 14x20 do 1000
do IX do 14x20 do 1275
do 1C do 20x28 do 2s 00
do IX do 20x28 do 0550
BLOCK TIN.
Large pigs per Ib 30
Small pigs deBar 30
Bar tin do 32
LINK.
Sheet tin 25 to 30 inches do
do 2T to35 do per sheet 12
Tinners' solder , extra refined do 13
do No 1 do 21
do roofing do 18
_ BRIGHT WIBE
Price 9e lOa lie 11 13'4
No's OtoG 7 to 9 12 13 A14
Price 14e 15o ICa
Noe. 15A16 17 18
Discount 25 per cent , on full bundles.
JOHN IT. GKEEX ,
STATE MILLS ,
TDcalcr In
Grain , Floor &FeuiauiCoinission ,
MERCHANT.
EDWARD KOEHI , ,
MAGISTER OF THB DEPARTED
No. 468 10th B t. Farnham and Harney.
Will by the aM of guardian spirits , obtain
for any one a view of the past , P'escnt and
futureNo fees charged in cases of . sink- . .
- - -
ness ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
aiaquasia Sniscqcund cuojsq saoud pus
TOV\a JQO eatmnxa'o ) pojssnboa ejn ujqqof
q H jo VIQ > l 'I ' < > N AJopej pajaiiSau
m iraoHs
KI nziT2a xiTsaioHjt OKT
'H3HOSXTHJ : V XSSTAL
AU013VJ UV9I3
Central City House ,
FOB31ERL YMIDLAND PACIFIC.
Central City , .
M. LEE WRIGHT , Propriotor.
This house has been thoroughly overhauled
cleaned from top to bottom , re-eaipeted.and
re-fnrniahed complete , with patent sprin"
beds , nnd is first-class in all respects. No
Jit'vVur."i' ' ° ? ef wi" ? I'arei1 to make the
ChNTRAL take rank with the best hotels in
the btate , a quiet and comfortable home.
Ahe tables will be supplied with the very
beat tha markets afford.
The patronaiw of the traveling public is
respectfully solicited ,
Land office directly opposite. Land hunt
ers and others wishing to make purchases in
the real estate line , funning lands or cit
lots , or any business connected with a real
estate office , will find parties nt the offiee to
show them around , and furnish any and all
information concerning ilerrick County
reality , prices , Ac.
Platte Valley M
Real [ slate , Loao & Eeoeral Collecting Jlgeol ,
CENTRAL CITY NEB.
Real estate bouRht , sold or exchanged.
Loans negotiated , or investments made on
the most reasonable terras. Pay taxes for
non-resiyents , redeem lands sold for taxes.
Correspondence solicited and business
promptly attended to. npriO-ly
K , KREIM ,
CORN AND FEED JIILLS , Jones street.
between Uth and 10th. Store 410 'Uh
streat. keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
menl and feed. mayHdly
Chicago , Rock Island
ml Pac.lflc It. n.
THE GREAT CENTBAL KOUTE FBOM
OMAHA TO CIHCAOO
AND THE EAST ,
Via Ies Mompa , l/aronport anj i xJc Ml ud
This Ron to balng thoroughly equipped with
elegant new Coaches , Palace 9loei > lng Cars , and
havlug theVadrtutage of a smooth r.nd well bal-
Issted track , otters the traveling public an East
ern Line unequa'cU lor Bp ml , Chmlort nd
11 Passenger Trains are equipped ullh the
WESTINOHOUSK PAIEIJT AIR LaAnt3 and
Miller's Patent SiMi Platform Coupler.
Two Fast Express Trains
Leave Daily , ton ntcting as fo lows
AT DES JI01NE3 with the Des Moines Valley
Ka Irpad for Oskaloosa. Ottuuiwa , Keokuk
and tit. Loui\
AT URINNELL with the Central Railroid of
Wk8T ! ! P0" " * north to M. Paul.
AT IJiEUTV with the Hurlington ,
Cedar Caplds 4 .Minnesota lliHroa.1 tor
Burlington , CeJ r Jtani.ls .
, Dut.uquo A St.
40.'f ' WIMON JUNCTION
anch , for Slu
ons south v v *
T DAVSNIOBT will , the D.vcni ) rt ASU
Paul Haiku : , ! for poiuts north.
i with the Western Union
T aIroad Jot Fre p,1rt , Itelolt , lUiciue , Jlil-
w ? ' 08"ia / ilj Joiu'8 ' in northern Illinois
and WlccomLu
AT BOCK1BLAHD with the Uockford , Rock
Island end fet. Lol E ilroad for it. Louis
aalpolnUKnth.
AS BOCK 1HLAHD j > M the Peoria A Rock
.S'4T ' S U021 Ior Ptl ° ria aud points east.
AT BUREAU JDNC.wilh ; hianch , for Hen-
17 , lacon , CiJUltoth nnil Peoria. - *
AT iA HALJJJ Tlthihe lllmois Ci-ntral P-iil-
roadtorpolntimr- ! south.
AT 'HJC20O with i II the linen East , North
and 01 In.
TICKETS to nil Kastorn dtloi
line , can bo prccured , end any laor-
obtnlned , tonce nln.j roulex , at th ;
llcttl Offlea In tha Onloa IVIdc T .
. ftnluliOft the pHnrljval trkntalnui !
the lice of tto U. I1 , K. JJ.
_ a to all
POlMtB.
All InlcrmRtloa rogirdlnz Passsruers nnd
Freight thurlully Inrnlah&f ncd tlwjplnz Car
Berth * ( or solo at the Coini nay's Office , 263
VARNUAM St.fr.uJ ( ) CiiitiallioUl ) Om.ha.
A.M. SMITH , U. KIDDLE ,
aan'lPaM'r/B't. Oon'IBioi't
Chicago. Chicago.
M. W. CI.AIR , S. S STP-VENS ,
PoascugBr Agent , Gen'l Western A n't ,
Oinalia. Ouinha.
II. P. DEUEL , Thket Agent ,
Omaha.
The State lane
STEAM SHIPS ,
NEW YORK TO
Qlosgov , Liverpool , Belfast , Iion-
dondory nnd Dublin.
Passengers booked to any part of Great
Britain and the continent.
These first-class full powered steamers will
fail from pier 42. North River , foot of Canel
Street , New York , as follows :
State of Pennsylvania. Cnptain Knight ,
Tuesday , March 9. State of Virginia , dipt
Moody. Tuesday , March 23. State of
Indiana , Captain Sadler. Tuesday. April 6.
First-class , saloon , SU ) . 870. $ SO , return
tickets $120. Second cnbin , respectable
and comfortable zccomodations , $45 ; re
turn tickets $30 until further notice. Steer-
are accomodations superior. $28 ,
For further information apply lo McNAIR
iBORDEN. No. 305 Farnlnm Street , nnd
10th , opposite depot.
Austin Baldwin & Co. , agents , 72 Broadt
wav. New York ,
J. K. Eaflo. general western agent. GO
Clark street Chicatco. ill. mcb27-tf
alt i Robinson , " ) f Robinson i Pratt ,
8 Spruce St. > < 714 Samson St.
New York.J IPhiladelphia.
Printing Ink
nnr2l-3t
O
B
I
Through fo Chicago
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Tie Chicap BnrliDgton & Onincy
RATLROAD
With its Smooth and Perfect Track. Elegant
Passenger Coaches , and
PULLMAN SLEEPING ANO DINING CARS
Is acknowledged by the press , and all wh
travel over it. to be the best appoint
ed and best manageJroad in
the country.
Passengers Going East
Should bear in mind that this is the
Best Route to Chicago ,
And all points , east , north and northwest
I'as cnecrs by this route hare choice of Four
Different routes and the a J van Lice of
SIX DAILY LINES PALACE SLEEPING CARS
FBOM
Chicago to New York
WITIIOUT CIIAHa * .
All express trains on this line are equipped
with Wcslinghouae Patent Air Brakes , and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Cou-
ples. the moat perfect protection against ac
cidents in the world.
Piillman Palace Sleeping and Dining Can
are run on the llurlington route.
.Information concerning routei. rater ,
time , connections. &e. , will be cheerfully
invoi. by applying at the office of the Bur
lington Route. Grand Central Motel , corner
fourteenth and Farnham. Omaha , Neb.
\VM , R STRONG , SAML. POWELL.
Oen'I Supt. , Oen'l Passenger Ag t.
Chicago. 111. Chicago. 111.
J. W. MORSE. H. P. DEUEL.
Qen'l Ag't. Omaha. Ticket Ag't.Omaha
( tola & St. Louis
1876 !
105 MU/S SAVED TO M LOUIS-
The Knnsits Cily , St. Joe ami
Council Itltifls K. H.
b the only direct line to
ST. LOUIS
AND THE EAST. FROM
OMAHA & THE WEST.
t > ' 0 CI1ANUE of cars between Omaha and
St. Louts , and but one between Oma
ha and New York.
This U the only line running a
Vnlliuiui 1'ulaco Nlcrplugr Day
C'oncli East from'Omaha vln SI.
Jo mill Jiaiixan City to Mt.
LoniH nu Arrital oftkeiTu ; >
Ion PadUc Kzprcwi
Train.
l ARSCX iit : TKAI.NN I > A1IT
8 ALL BEACHING
E-stern anil ftslem. Cities-
With loss changes and in advance of other
Hues.
This entire line it equipped with
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ,
PALACE DAY COACHES & CHAIR CARS
Millir's Safety Platform and Coupler ,
AND THE
CelcMed Wefctonse Air Brake.
that your tickets read via5V
KANSAS CITY ST. JOE & COUNCIL
BL UFFS RAILROAD.
VIA OMAH1 & ST. LOUIS.
Tickets for sale at 53 Farnham St. . under
Grand Central Hotel.
FRANK E. MOORES , Ticket Ag.'i , 253 Farnham SI , '
JOS. TEAHON. QEO. L. BRADBURY.
Pass. An't. Gen'l A t.
J. F. BARNARD. A. C. DAWES.
Gen'l Sup't. Gcn'l Pass. AK't.
St. Joseph St. Joseph.
JAMES DONNELLY.
Justice oft lie Peace
215 FARNHAM ST , Up Stairs ,
Omaha , . . . Nebraska.
rta-CoIlections Promptly Attended to.-5
C. F. MANDERSON ,
A TTORNFY AT LAW. 242 Farnham St. .
rv Omaha. Nebraska.
T. W. T. RICHARDS ,
A TTORNKY AT LW. . Office. 41K ) . 13th
_ t.V Street , between Farnbainand llnrnuy ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Room No. 1. S.
R. Comer 15th and Douglas Streets ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
JAMES O. ADAMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Chnrch Block ,
Room No. 1. Omaha. janlS tf
G. W. AMBROSE.
A TTORNEY AT LAW. 2SO Douglas St. .
A. Omaha. Neb.f
O.H. BAULOTJ ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office.Creighton's
. new block , southeast corner room , first
door. Omaha. Nebraska.
G. E. PRITCHETT ,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
/i Office. 511 Thirteenth Street. Address
Lock Bor 769 Omaha.
E. r. SMYTHE ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Odd Fellow' *
JBlock. . Omiha. Nebraska.
E."W.SIMERAI. ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office , room 1.
f\ . Church Rlock. 13th Street , between
iarnham and Douglas. Omaha. Nebraska ,
- . . . . . . . . . . , . . _ . . octll-diwtf i .
Buckingham & Greene ,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Odd Fellow's
XI. Block Omaha. Nebraska.
N. J. BURNHAM ,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Southeast Corner of 15th aud Dou ! aj
Streets. Omaha Neh
DEXTER L. THOMAS ;
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
jtV Office Room No. 8. Viascher'a Block ,
Omaha , Neb.
PARKE GODWIN ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Uth and Dougla
± \ . Streets , with Q. W. Doano.
li. F. MAGINN ,
AT LAW. OFFICE-Vis
ATTORNEY , Omaha , Nebraska.
m.irlCtf
E. ESTABROOK ,
AT LAW. Office. Creighton
ATTORNEY . Neb.
W. J. CONNEIX ,
/COUNSELOR AT LAW AND DISTRICT
VV Attorney for Second Judicial District ,
Office. Rooms land 2 , Jacob's Block. Omaha ,
Nebraska.
WM. I. . PEABODY ,
T AWYER. Creighton Block ,
I j Omaha , Nebraska.
LIjTIIF.R K. ATRIGIIT ,
Ju tice of the Peace
Office. Douglas Street. West Entrance
Caldwell Block.
Hes tiis Best stout in Oiraity ani mate toe lowest Prices.
T RFnilPTiniM
GRF eiElLlUl/1 lUNL
Have an TJmisually Large and /it-
tractive Assortment of Furniture , Bed
ding and Everything Pertaining to the
Furniture and Upholstery Trade , all of
which is now Offered at Greatly Re
duced Prices.
"Will make dt to the Interest of Par
ties Desiring Goods in this Line to call.
Gh.as.
feh21mon-w.l.ittf 203 Farnham Street.
lUl.SI.VKSS 4'tiMI.H.
. . . .
JOHN CHOLMAN
IS the proprietor of the ISIh street Tin
Shop. Krerythinir in bit line done at
the lowest prices.n the bo tpnuililu manner ,
may 171 yr
MES K.I VAX'S
, _ 4. on the corner of Ninth
. _ aiTTrtr T un < treets. is where the best
mil coolest Lager Beer a krpt. All other
drinkables and smokahles on hand.
maylTdly
nit. WM. Kmr.vitns.
UP. R.R.DRUG STORE. whol < waleand
. retail dealer * in drugs patent medi-
rinet , paints , oil * , varnishes , notions. Ac. .
Teas Jit per. cent , cheaper than any other
hoii-'ein town. OUicennilwarehouxo.i-nrncr
of Itith and Webster streets , Ouiaba. Nt'b.
maylTdlyr
FRANK NASSTUOJI ,
IN the U. PI Block , near the corner of Six
teenth and Webster Streets , is doing the
boot and shoo reeking business. ( live him ji
trial. raiylTdlv
FJlEBEKIfK IIH'USTEIX.
of the ( lermanU Meat
PKOPRIKTOH
Market. All kinds of fresh , salt and
smoked me its. Herman and Bologna Sau
sages , etc. . wholesale and retail. 9th xtrect.
between Jackson and Jones , maylldly
J. JOHNSON ,
REAL ESTATE and Insurance Agent ,
deals in real estate , sells foreign ex-
rhange. and tickets by the beet steamship
line to and from Euroio | , Office. S09 14th
street , between Faruhjui and Douglas.
Omaha. Neb. maylSJly
< 5P P CO A PEI1 I > AY. at home.
tiptj H i&s l\J Term * Free. Address G.
Stiuson & Co. . Portland. Me. my2S
JACOIt PFBM > A CO. ,
YT7"HpLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
VV in Cteese. Limburgcr. Schwcitier.
Philadelphia Hand Cheese and Kraeutu
Cheese. Holland Herring and Mustard. No.
iti Douglas street , between 13th and 14th.
Omaha. Neb. noT2tdt > m
C. C. THRANE.
A f\Q Oth Street , is the man whodoei
ttV-f O the very best of custom work on
boota and shoes. Any style given. Fit guar
anteed. Low rates. msyll-ly
GOOD NEWS
TO THE SUFFERING
The Matt Wonderful Medical Diicovery known
to Man. While there is life there it
Hope. Don't give up
the Ship. *
Belie Tins thatclranstn ; tm ! blood was the
nly trurt way ol banishing dtseiisr , anil being
troubled with a scrofulous ahYetlou , known as
halt UhtMim , and Wral nes.1 ot the lungs , aud
fimling no cure. I conemrneed lo eii < < trluienl
by compounding roots using the iimliciiie tlins
obtained. I lortuuately illsiuvrrpJ n most won-
ddrlul Blood Searcher cr Bitters , which not on
ly pire me ijstautineo is relief , but after a few
weeks time eQVuttil a ixTfect cure. I then
prepared a nu-mtity 01 the Huot Ititlors and
was in th ? habit ol giving them away to the
nick. I found the medicine iH > 8.4 ! < 5ed ihcuiost
wonderful healing virtues , ellwlin cures of all
diseases originating from b d.l > lof l nr neatness
Ol llie system , an if liy ningic. At le-ist the ile-
mandbfcaiuosogreattlut 1 fouoil myself culled
upon to supply patlentt with medicine in all
parts of the cuutmuut , and I was compelled to
establish a Laboratory fur ( ( impounding aud
bottline the Koot UitUr in UrgequinlliTeB. 1
w&s at first bacJcw&ril li presenting either my
self or remedy to the p'llllr. not U'iug ap.itent
medicine man. and wlta lluilt l cap ! al , but I
* m letting bravely over that. S'ncc I first ad-
Tertlsed tola woudcrtulmtHllciLe I have been
crowded with orders from drucUsLi nnd cnun.
try dealers , and the icnres of letters I have res-
reived from persons cured , provn the fact that
no remnly lia.ieTerde.ie sommligcxiI and h-ul
such a siirct s as I lie IUot : Uilterf. lUKitBltlera
art ; strictly a Medicinal Preparation such aswa
used in the geol old dayi of our [ orefathers.
when people were cared by some almple rooter
or plant and when calomel aud other pofonnn
of the mineral kingdom were unknown. Fur
Consumption , Aatnma , Catari li , Scrofula , 8rro-
nloua bruptlona , Bhenmatlcm. Heart Disease ,
Dizziness. Liver CompIaIntKIdney and Urina
ry diseases , Fever and Agi.r , Dyspepsia , Lost
Vitality aud Hrcken Down Constitutions , throe
Itoot Hitters are nnlrerrally ndinitUtl to la the
most wonderful discovery In the world. Tlutlr
bearchinj ' , , healing proiwrtict , jieiielratp erety
purtion ot llie human frmue.jootliiiiRtlielungs
and strengthening the atouiarh , kidneys add
liver. For weakly , nervous young men , suffer
ing from , loss of memery , etc. . caused from ab
uses in early life , and to delicate female- , these
Uoot hitters are especially re-ommmdcd. No
ntIn r mtHlicine will cure Scurvy S ) philis. Salt
Khcuin , Itoils. Tetter Ringworm , WhiteSwel -
lingr. " ' y Kyex , Kunnlnf * of the Ears , Ulcers ,
Fever ixirea. Piles Cancerous loriualion , Drop
sy , Ilryslpelis. I'liupt'Flesh Worms , 1'usl-
nlea , BIotchcH. and allSwin diseases , so quickly
as the Itoot Bitters. AH dlsrav-i have their
origin in bad blood. The llool Hitters lays the
axe at the root of the tree of dis is > .by srarch-
ing and purify ing the blood which will uouriili
and invigorate every orcati and part of tli
body and keep il in repiur until a rli old ag- > .
I warrant my Itoot Hitters a p-rfect cure fur
the above and similar dieas < and in < : a c of
failure , where the medicine bos bad a fair trial ,
will thank all to call or write and get lack
their money. Show this circular to your drug
gist or storekeeper ; if he don't have a Mock of
my Itoot Uitters on liandask htm to order a
supply.
O. W. PKAZIEi : , Cleveland , OhldL
The Root Hitlers are put np In plain bottles
at $ loralilHjttle3 for 55 a price within the
reich ol all , the poor as well as the rich. noW
by C. K. fiOODMAN ,
Wholesale and llctail Drn ! ? i t , .
Omaha. NeU
A .lure Cure for the Piles
old lir Willhms laa
discovered by
has been
'
IndianVeuiedy ] . called Dr. Williams' Indian
OhUment. A lngle box luu cure.1 the o
old chronic cases of the lillml. bleeding. itcliJ
"ug and ulcerated Tills of 25 and 30 years'
unions , instruments and unitaries are only
waste of time and money. Tim Indian Oint
ment gives instant aud painless re'ief. Over
20 000 rureil patients attest Us virtues and phy-
ne'tanVof all schools pronounce It the greatest
contribution to medicine et the age.
WilllamV Indian Ointment is prepare" ! ex
clusively tor the plUs.an'1 ' n-thing else , fcold
and country slorrkorpf a" vei
ly tlrunbte ;
the world. Soldbj C. F.GOODMAN
Omaha.
m Tl3 IT
HDVERTISINI ]
fj AND HOW AHD WHERE TO DO IT. JJ
A book of M pages cvcrr advct User ihonld ha-
before mating contracts. Scut for ten cuOfl t j
wEti &
AdVertfsing
J. ROBINS ,
MONEY LOANED !
217 Famliani Jfrar I nth St.
New and second hand gi * N. at low prices
' Ji as Hatches , lluus. Pistol * . Trunks.
. ulises and Clothing. no\i : > 1 >
JITMIJS lf.
MERCHANT TAILOR !
484 Thirteenth Street.
Between Parahnm and Hnrney ,
OJIAHA. NEBRASKA.
Dyine . repairing and cleaning done in
Be beit manner. auicll tf
.HOTELS.
Gfrand C entral
Oinnlia , Nrbrnskii.
The largest nnd bc t hotel between Chica
go and San Francisco
Opened new September 30 , 1S73.
seiOHf IIEO.THKALL.
Proi rietor.
NELIG-H HOUSE ,
"West Point. Nob.
A. I ) . IIKEMEIC , . Proprietor.
The best and largest hotel in Nebraska
north of Omaha. Warm rooms and KIMX !
spring beds always to be found : aNo a tirst-
class table. Lirery and feed stable in ci.u-
neotion , novlS ly
BLAIR HOTEL
AND
Railroad JGntiiig House ,
( In DtpotJBuilding. )
A first class house in every respect.
$ iOOperday. Blair , 'eb. novlS
Farmers' House ,
R.H.S KETCH LEY , - - Proprietor
Front St. , Illalr , Xohrnokn.
A first cla. n hotel in every re pect. IIiMtU
and lodsinar per week. $5.00 ; per day. Sl.OO.
Meals at all honrs. novlS 1 >
Davenport House ,
Next Door East of the "Bee" Office.
roirx KioiAitn. . - i itoi .
This house furni < hes the best acrommod i-
tion . Day board , per week. 4.0) . Sinelu
meals. 25 cents. sepl.1 tf
THE BACHELOR'S DREAM.
I once had a dream. a you'll presently < ° tr.
fhouKhLs were evolved from re-idinthc.Rrir ;
At my ide stood a beinif not wf rarth'd
mould.
Who bade me arise a great change to behold.
Cast thy o'er ' " "
eye America's miiht vaunted"
land.
Mark well the chances you sec on each hand ;
At a wave of his hand there passed in review
Before my rapt pue the old and the new.
*
e
[ n National Congrc s the maidens had met
UfClarinReach womannhiisbitndshoiild git :
As this ushered in the.Alillenni.il morn-
Old mauls should sorrow no longer forlorn.
In the President's chair sat a maiden quite
old.
At her feet knelt Courtiers in numbers un
told ;
Frorn the lawyers in court to the judge in th
chair
Laws were made nnd dispensed by E *
daughter * fair ,
N" 'naN for whisky , crookeil or /traiht. (
Ihe lamb and the lion together did nritt
On an isle in mid-ocean la hed by the ftMim
All rascalsaml thieves were provided : home.
But excitement run wild with Omiha men.
( Uy the way. 'twas America's capital then ) :
Birch riHhinif and pushing was ne'er seen le-
fore.
All seeking to gain Bunco's Hat Store.
For Gvo blocks 'twas crowded ( 'tit literally
true ) ;
Buncow-is their h.itter.nnne other would < fej
lint all tint va terowd were Gttnl at on e >
\ \ ith hats , neckties and gloves by Champien
Bunco.
Then to the church went the biehelow gay.
And by their names were civen aw.iy.
Artillery roared , such fiuhU ne'er were seen ;
The | > eoplo seemed wild. 1 awoke. 'twi : i a
dream.
Alwayihnyyour hati of Bunee and then
you II not nato bad dream * , hnrire t and
beat stock of Huts. Cap * . ( Jl.ueM. .Mittens.
. ? : Jick " ear * ' TriMelinic Bags. Ac. . Ac.
-2 Douglas Street , corner Fourteenth. Oma-
la. Neb.
srr.i.i.A.N KOITN.
Victor's Restaurant ,
160 Farnham Street ,
fETWEEA" JOtk ,11HA OMAAA. XF.lt.
Open Day and Night.
All meals served to order. Attachcil to
ic above is a bar : also a separate np-irt-
ment for ladies. dec2i lr
O.IIAII.i
STOV23 STOE.E ,
C. F. COOK ,
537 14th SUBeL Douglas and Dodge.
lanafacturcr of Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware , ami Dealer in
Cooking and Heating Stoves.
tampod.Japanne < l and French Warn on and
in Roofing. ( iuttcrsandSpouting.ind Work
one and warranted. hinZltf
SMITH & CLEM ,
NEWSDEALFRS ,
Booksellers , Stationers ,
Toys ,
KEARNEY. NEB. ' ,
No General Agents for the Omaha Daily
and Weekly BICK. norl2dtf
G.STEVENSON ,
Justice of the Peace
No. C , Crelshton Klock.
) maha - Nebraska.
Collections a Specialty.