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Meat Market
City * ,
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Uui nuirtiim Hulpru4 tittet-
Bbetlo gro
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M 'AT MARKET ,
I6th Street bet. California and Webtler.
We keep oa tand a large supply of fresh
and salted meats. .Also a lame stock of fine
Sugar Cured Hjn.i and Breakfast Boon.
At the lowest rites. _
1 ' ' * . ATST ? ; KNCTH ,
- .
mayljly-
PATSUCK
. ijor Dodge and Sixteenth ( street * , ha
\ opened a firstcjas meat store to
S be known as the
. SIXTEENTH STREET
MEAT MARKET
( And constantly keeps on hand a large
) pnly of fresh and suited meats. Also all
( nds of
ofTJS.A.QES. : .
i The public are respectfully invited.
" ' nov231y
f ' ureica JRooms.
* '
"
* * " - " CAMP , M. .
( Dispenses his own medicines , and besid
"Vrular practice , makes specialities of Do-
Ajgcments and Diseases peculiar to women.
Utula , Piles ahd bther diseases of the llee-
VKPICE Corner of Earnham and 14th
Jbet. firttdoorto'therifent. up-stairs. Res-
tjnce. 18th Street , first door south of the
icond Methodist Church. Omaha. Nebras-
( a. . Address "Lock Box 3U1. an3ldAwtf
JOSEPH IfEVTJLLS M. D.
'hysiclan ' & Surgeon ,
iiJ | ai8QnEla
il4 ftll Block. Qi ? eb. ian21-5m
V. II. Coffmaiij M. J >
hysician & Surgeon
< 241 FARNHAM STREET ,
V For Professional Services Three Dollars i
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enlO-4lT
* Homoepathist ,
° * ' '
? Ly'w'
ijdence 995 Sixteenth Street , Comer ol
rc. Omaha' . Nebraska.
Compound Oxygen treatment for Cnronu
PoOMflfl
i'HBoenQur - tQlOA.M..l to 4 P. M. ,
nd8 to M P. M. sep20dtf
H. A. WORLEY , 1C. D.
HowjatMcPWciaiiiSiirp
Makes a specialty of diseases of
.
* * Wn over Omaha "National Bank. S. W
* iI13Uana'D6nglas8ts.1 Office houri
Vm. i "to 4 ; and 7 to 8 p.m. ianKt :
12 4 3 Jacobs' Bock' | . corner 15tl
l Avenue , Omaha , N.ehcorner .
< ( RHEUIYIATISM A SPEQIALTY
S OHleeHoir8 J"8 to1 a > ma * ° * ancl af
i'er7o. ra. mch29-lT
J > K , I > OV , /
Odoo : 511 Fourteenth Si.Omaia
Nelt , 2d Floor , Room It
Treats ChronicVirulent and Special Diseas
( es lactading Nerrcui Debility and Vene
real complaints such as Syphilis.Gonorrhea
Gleet , Stricture , OrehUis. Bubo. -
Charges reasonable , and permanent cure
made in the shortest unjo pfcwibtt. " Befflhit
S kn s. " SJMfraaWrrhca ( nwht losses )
'Sxual Debility and Impotency ( loss o
'sexual power ) , and all Impediments to Mat
1 riage permanently cured. No mercury used
Patients afa distance treated by letter. Mod
icinca sent everywhere. Consultations free
, personally or liynjail. .
r Office hours ; 9 a. m. to 8 p. in. Sunday !
p.m. to 4 p.m. ianl2tf
EDWAUD ICUEUIn
f IAGISTER OF P DEPARTED
h ] BaL Farnhim , and Harney.
' Will by the aid of guardian jplnts. obtai
of anyone a view of the past , present an
T future. No fees , charged in cases of sick
' /B6M. * j - . ai
. * * Cures Nenralcia. Fac
. Ache. RheumnUsjs.-QjiUl
Frqstod eet'Cntl ;
| Sore Throat. Erysipclai
Bruises or Wounds in ma
Wo r Animal.
valuable horse ha
ling and hard Inmj
his throat ; .could nc
applied Oilei
ill'stanlly sorenoi
eared ,
and on
nail , applied the lij
imetliealinr it up will
out experiencing sorenesi
"Urss nle or family shonl
'beTnhoutlt. ' ailOMA
| & BROTHERS. 17th an
IVine SU. . Philadelphia.
Sold by all drugsiit
o. 451 Sixth ATI
w York. OnlyS
and $1 per bottle.
AND HOW AKD MERE TO DO IT. \
advet User should lu
SOCIETIES.
Anc. : Free and Ace. Masons :
CAPITOL LODGE. No. 3. A. F. A. M.
Chartered 1&7 ,
Officew-G. W. Lininger. W. M. ; B. K.
n ! ? % sws RJshan > . JW. . ; Byron
Reed. Treasurer ; Wro. R. Bowen. Secretary.
227 members.
COVERT LODGE. No. 11. A. V. & A. M.
Chartered 1806.
Offlccrs-J. S. Gibson. W. M. ; W. I. Baker.
8. W. ; J. Steflen. J. W. ; C. llartman.
Treasurer ; J. S. France. Secretary. 160
members.
ST. JOHN'S LODGE. No. 25-A. F. JfA. M.
Chartered 1869.
Officers-Alfred Kelley. W. M.j Jonn G.
Taylor. S. W. ; J. B. Bruncr. J.V. . : J. G.
Jacobs. Treasurer ; E. E. French. Secretary.
83 members.
OMAHA CHAPTER. Nc. 1. R. A. M.
Organized 1859.
Officers-Byron Stanberry. H. P. ; J. J.
MonelJ. Jr. , K. ; William Copley. S. ; C. F.
GoodmanTreasurer ; J. G.Taylor.Sccrctary.
193 members.
OMAHA COUNCIL. No. 1. R. 4 S. M.
Organized 18T.3.
Officers C. P. Goodman. T. J. M. ; Byron
Stanberry. U. I. M. ; < . Stevenson , P. C. W.
M. Hellman , Treasurer. Jean Schons. Ree.
19o members.
MOUNT CALVARY COMMAND-BUY.
K'T' 9
' > ' '
Established ?
Officers : C.F.Catlin.C. ; Ed. Haney. 0. ;
G.W , Lininsrer , C. G.j C. F. Goodman.
Treasurer : \ \ illsam S. Bowen. Rec.
13S members :
Udd Fellowship.
STATE LODGE.
Officers James 3 , Gillen. N. G. ; Robert
Ramsey. V. G. ; E. B. Weist. Secretary : M.
Goldsmith. Treasurer. Meets at Odd Fellowi
Hall.
BEACON LODGE. No. 20.
Officer-A. S. Billines. N. Q. : W. J.
Baker. V. G. ; Chas. E. Weeks. Secretary ;
Adolnh Meyer. Treasurer. Meets in Odd Fel
lows Hall.
ALLEMANNEN LODGE. Nq. 8.1. 0. 0. F.
Officers C. Schindler , N. G. ; H Dillman.
V G.H. . Tombrink. R. S. ; G : Appef. P. S. ;
H. Lehman , . Treasurer.
OMAHA LODGE No. 2. I. O. 0. F.
Established February 1st 1855.
PresentOffieers John drovesN. G. ; Hobt.
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 Fftoenth Streets.
ODD FELLOWS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCI
ATION.
Organized June 21. 1873 Officers and Di
rectors Charles Midgley. President ; R , G.
Ryley , Vice-president ; E. B. Weist , Secret
ary ; John Evans. Treasurer *
ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY.
Officers John Evans , President ; E. B.
Weist , Secretary and Librarian ; M. G.
McKee , Treasurer. Number of volumes.
600.
Knights of Pythias.
OFFICERS OP THE GRAND LODGE 0 ?
NEBRASKA.
G. C.J. 8 , . Shropshire , Omaha.
G. V. C. . Anthony Reis. North Platte.
G. P. . George K. Mooney. Crete.
G. M. of E. . August Aust , Omaha.
G. K.ofR.andfcLE. K.French.Omaha.
G. M. at A. . A. D. Manhall. Lincoln.
G. I. G. . D. A. Moffatt. Omaha.
G. 0. G. Jacob Frank , Omaha.
G : L. . W. ' W. Wardeli. Falls City.
Centennial cbminltfei on parade of the
orfer in Philadelphia , August , 1876-Heorge
H. Crager , Chief Commander ; August Aust.
Treasurer ; E. E. French , Secretary.
The order numbers twenty-two Lodge ? in
Nebraska , with a total membership of newly
one thousand.
The next annual saislon of the Grand
Lodge will be held at Lincoln , on the second
nday of October , 1876.
NEBRASKA LODGE No. 1 K. $ { f ,
OffiMfi-D. A. Mofiatt. P.
0.0.
I.E.
0HCera.or , ? Q * 7ear 1876-Ex-Chaneellor.
WHllamAlstadt : 0. Chancellor. F. Henke
V. Chancellor. Villiam Rawiteer ; Prelate
Gustavo Fnes ; Banker. Aug. Anst ; Mastei
f Finance. Jacob Frank ; Master at Arms.
John
S OF PYTHIAB.
Planet Lodge. No. 4. ( German ) . Officers
lr. -r "IRS' V-Mv nuapipu rrassin ,
k JfflS&r-itf ? T1 Stt
&S&6Ter7Mon'
& & & &
WHN0 QL.UB.
pfficers-Jol n Wilson. President ; M. W.
-leming. Vice-Pres denl ; William Anderson.
Tre nrerWimamFlemInff.8eeretaryWm.
Liddell. David Knox , and Wm. Anderson.
Conncllmen.
DODGLAS COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION.
Officers A. J. Poppleton. President : B. E.
- . ? Vico-President ; J. W. gavaw.
SOCIETY.
Meets every Tutj8daTovemngal7.30o'clockt
n the basement of the United Presbyterian
Chnrch , Eighteenth and California Streets
Officers John McCague. President ; T. 8.
McMurray.Vice.President ; iff , \ { , Smith ,
secretary ; Gee , Wilson i aJurer ,
OM.ABA MAENNERCHOR.
Meets Tuesday and Friday evenings , every
week , at Thiole's Walhalla. Officers Frank
Herten. ProsidentjJno. P-eichart. Vico-Pre-
dsident ; Eoward , Wirth. Oorrctpondlng Sec
retary ; Julias TroHschke1 Financial Secret-
iryj Albert Nast. Treasurer : Herman Merer.
Dmgont ; Fred. Schioss. Biblotheqne ; Wm.
AlstsdtStandard Bearer. Number of Mem
bers-70 ; active singers. 24 ; passive 44 ; hon
orary members 2.
JOURNEYMAN TAILOR'S UNION.
Meets first Mcj3sy Anjivcsy raonih at Tnr-
ca .
Hammafa ; Vlce-P/esident' John Fleigelf
Recorder and Corresporiding Secretary , B.
Hayes ; Treasurer. QustarSwanson.
THE IRON MOULDERS UN.JQlf. Ifp. 190.
GJSpars-Brealdent. A. S. Wrigley ; Vice-
ThotyasGenUem.an ; Recording Secretary ,
8. Wrigley : Trcasn.rprt Jshn B. Sheller ;
InductorWilliam. Luinb : Doorkeeper , Frank
Ferqanuei ; Trustees , Chas. A. Sparrow.
Thomas Gpntleman. A. S. '
IMPROVED ORDER OF REP MEN.
Council fire kindled every Monday even
ing. Wigwam over Martin' * drntr store ,
north-west corn or Douglas and Fourteenth
streets. E. O'Sulllvan. C. of B. ; James
Donnelly , S. : Wm. M. Bambcrgcr , S. S. ;
Q. Stevenson. P. : Geo. Karlle , J. S , ; C.
llartman , E , of W ,
THE BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE
ENGINEERS.
Division 1&3 meets , second and fourth Satur-
day'-evDnlngs' f "each 'montn. corner 14th
anaDpe Us streets. W. II. Whitney. C.
E.j C. S. Ilambright. F. A. E. ; E. B.
Wood C.
Victor's Restaurant ,
} QQ Farnham Street ,
BETWEEN IQtn & 1UA 03TAAA. NED.
Opes Day and Night.
All meals served to order. Attached to
the above is a bar ; also a separate apart
ment for ladies. dcc29 ly
OF
Elam Clark & Son ,
PROPRIETORS OF TUB
laltoi & Woo Mis ,
OMAHA , XK11HASKA.
*
Calhonn XXX flour. pcrCsack . $ 2
do XX do do
WaterlooXXX do do
do XX do do
ExeeUiorXX do do
Buckwheat do do
Graham do do
Rye do do
Rye Graham do do
i i
i
. jolted
- - "
I- -1 n .1
cwt.
> o plain pec
Cnop corn 4 °
Chop corn and oats do
Bjan.
.
Screanings dp
n * . sVeued. bulk , per busi
' do sacked ' d
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
What a Hall County Citizen Says of
tbe Bee.
Extract from Correspondence of
the ilrand Island Independent.
The people are taking the reins
iu their own bands , and in tbe
majesty of their might are crushing
out ot eight all these little rings and
cliques that have so long stood in
the way of.Lonest legislation.
Ao stronger evidence can we
have of this fact , and no more
clearly illustrated could this propo
sition be than it was at our late
State convention at Fremont , as
well as oar own late county con
vention to choose delegates.
At Fremont , notwithstanding the
imposing presence of the entire
Hitchcock Federal brigade from
Yost , Cunningham & Co. , down to
Ball , the pest of homesteaders , yet ,
did the people's representatives ,
fresh from the farms and' work
shops , come boldly to the rescue ,
and in spite of all tne money.threats
and power of force brought to > bear
under federal hire , the people won a
noble victory that will tell power
fully in the coming campaign , and
will teach these federal rings and
county seat cliques tbe salutary les
son that , "Truth crushed to earth
will rise again. " That the power
and majesty of the people are great.
It ib no wonder that a howl , a la
'limes , a la Republican , should be
sot up at the heels of Rosewater , of
the Omaha KEB , and Mobley , of
the Independent , for being instru
mental in achieving so brilliant a
victory for the people over a corrupt
and subsidized'riug of federaljsatel-
lites , who reyolve' with such uncer
tain luster around their great solar
centre , Phiueas W. Hitchcock.Let
it be known throughout the state ,
let it be announced from our pulpitc ,
let it be rehearsed in our Sabbath
schools , that our children may bo
familiar with the fact that we have
one editor or a leading daily , in the
person of Mr. Jfasewater , of the
Omaba BEE , who dares speak fear
lessly iu behalf of the people , aud
defend their rights with all the
power of his pen and press. That
he cannot be bought , nor coutiolled
by the U. P. railroad , or any other
corporation or clique , neither can
he be made to desert tbe people by
the combined power and influence
of the whole Federal brigade under
Hitchcock. I am not electioneering
for any paper , but I do say in can
dor the Omaha BEE should be placed
in the household of every family in
tbe State during the coining cam-
p.vgn.pvery yoter q * fayprs a.
transfer qf pqwej from the hancja pf
poltiqai | gabblers , into the hands
of the people , shoqld read the Oma
ha BEE regularly until after tue
eleptton.
And you of the Jndepsndent are
denounced and vilified , abused and
threatened with ostracism , because
you choose to co-operate with the
people to overthrow th - "
aud rln < ' , , . ° cl
. ,3 and in crushing out
system dipri mo geniture in offlce ;
because you propose to assist in
thrusting from power and place
tnese subsidised. pa.lltaian,3 { and
plapi g thp newer jn the hands of
the people.Ve say , Mr. ditor ,
stand by the guns. The people will
sustain you. YOU have with your
pen and press nobly aided in
crushing out these fou.1 gnd corrupt
rings and. fJiuues. YOU. like
Hosewflter , will have these fel
lows harking o.t your heels.
Their tenure of offlce , and
their hopes of appaintweutjUepeuds
on their loyalty to their great mas
ter , Phjneas. The public mind is
awake , the reaction la coming ; it is
already upon u * . Although these
ringmasters da not abate in their
efforts to drive the people under the
lash of ring rule , yet the under
standing of the people Is not blunt
ed , nor so hidden m obscurity , as to
be longer deceived and hoodwinked
by these men. It Is an axiom that
envy aud jealousy begets hatred and
malice. Hence the feelings of these
Federal parasites and county rings
evinced toward th $ $ p a.ud ; Inde-
pend i. hey are envious and
Jealous of the brilliant achievements
of thos&papers in behalf of the people
ple , and would drag down the good
name of those whose fjyr f rne they
fail to rival. All h tr efforts , Mr.
edjtof , will end In disgraceful de
feat. Merit will come to the front
and be recognized , and the people
will crush out these wir-nulltng
demagogues who plu r arodud our
county stats , and elect a legislature
this fall that will legislate for the
farmers , as well as all the people ,
and not especially for corporations.
The masses are moving , let rings
and cliques staud aside.
Yours respectfully ,
MONEY AND COMMERCE.
OMAHA , NEB. , June 12,1876.
Gold , at Omaha , buying $1 11 }
selling , $1.12 |
COMMISSION PROVISION , PRODUCE ,
FRUITS , ETC.
Butter Receipts-very large. No
local demand whatever ; selling to
packers at 1011.
Eggs Market Qtauwbat depress
ed ; Ho outside prices for fresh
stock.
Dorsett & Co. , exclusively buyers
aud shippers of butter aud eggs , are
paying for good fresh butler 12c ,
and for fresh eggs lOc.
Live Cblcl ens 13.25 per dnz
Potatoes Dull ; 20.
Maple Sugar 15 per Ib.
Bermuda onion's 3 50 per case.
Bermuda louaittoes $1 50 per
box.
Orauees Q 6.0.47 QO per box ; fair
demand.
Lemons 6 50a6 75 per box ; fair
demand.
Apples Choice stock , per bbl , ,
6 00a7 00 Per box of 1J bushel , 3 50
a40Q.
Bananas Per bunch , 3 50.
Strawberries Market little short
Choice stock selling * at 18a20 cents
per box.
Cherries Fair demand , 12Jal5c
per box.
Gooseberries 12 } per box.
GRAIN.
"Whea.t , No. } , is quoted from , 80
to 88. .No. 2 , 75a83 ; No. 3 , 65a73 ;
rejected , 50a63.
Corn , No. 2 , 27a28 cents.
Oats , No. 2 , 23a2. = i ; rejected ,
18.
Barley 25a30 cento.
Rye is quoted at 45 cents. ' "
The markeb are brink and. re-
| celpts large ,
LIVE STOCK/ .
Steers on foot perlOOlbs$375a400
Calves do do 450a500
Hogs do , .do 625
Sheep do do 450a500
PROVISIONS
Hams * " per'lb. 14
Shoulders do i 1
Tallow t tit * do
Dressed hogs y - per 100 800 850
GROCERIES
SUGARS.
Granulated
Powdered
Crushed
Refined , cut loaf
Standard 'A *
Extra * B'
Yellow 'C'
COFFEE.
CANNED JEDITS.
Peaches 2 Ib cans per case 1350
do Slbeans do 475
Strawberries , 2 Ib cans do 380
Blackberries do 400
Rhubarb , 2 Ib cans do 4SO
Therrics do do 400
Pineapples do do 380
Domatocs do do 300
do 2 Ib cans do 380 400
? orn , 1 Ibcans _ . . do 450 475
? eas. early garden 2 Ib cans do 430
? Eas , common do do .150
Scans , strinc do do 250
FISH AND OTBHB3.
jalmou 2 Ib cans per doi 375
do 1Ib cans do 240
Jobstcrs , 2 Ib cans do 325
do 1 Ib cans do 200
Jvsters , etandard,2 Ib cans per case 400
do do lib cans do 200
do slack , 2 Ib cans do 280
do do 1 Ib cans do 80
HALT.
ffirta perlb
BO A PS.
Kirk's savon per Ib
do White Russian do
do India do
3chajfer'sStLoui3)Qermando ( )
Omaha soatt do
PLUG TOBACCO.
Black Goods , western perlb 43 50
do Virginia do 62 55
.vdor. . ? * n ' < KJ ? 4 ° g > YO
3nght , . . ' YOM
Virginia' M
Natural Lea'f 00
BREAD STUFFS
St. Louts W. W. Flourlper bbl 8 50 10 00
Nebraska spring do 2 GO 2 75
3. an per ton 1200
Corn meal perlOO 100
5HEE8E.
N , Y. factory Rper Ib 11312
\meriean Swiss do 21
[ mportod Swiss dodo 213a
Liimbarc dc 16
DRY GOODS.
PRINTS.
American
Amoakeag
\I . 6
Iu allory. pink or purple
Pacific Mills
Simpsons
Sprague
Wamsutta
Washington
Hohw '
BI.KACHID COTTOHa.
Lonsdale , „
Cambric -
Cabot -3 ?
Cabot ' 4-
Fruit of Loom
New York mills
Lilly of the Valley
Senate mills
Amoskeag A
Gold Medal
Bates B B
Wamsutta
Slattervills
Peabody
Pepperell
do
BROWN COTTOSB.
Atlantic II
dQ P
N.bjfaaka standard ; A A
Pepperell 0
do R
do
Indian Head
do do
do Ao ,
da U.a
DIMIMB.
Amoekeag
Beaver Creek AA
do do BB
Haymakers
York
Otis axa
doBB
do CO
Shetnoket B
4a BB
American
Amoskeae
Bates
Lancaster
TIOriNQI.
Amoskeag 32
Blddoford
Falls A
do AA
do AAA
JKAX8.
Amoskeag , brown
do bleached
Clarendon
CANTON rLANHILS.
Amoskeap A
do BB
do DD
Arlington
Bleached
Wicassee.H 10
' . T 12
do A 13
do Y 15
do X " 15S
& 23
F4INTS ANDIOILS.
Carbon oil per gal 17
Linseed oil. raw do 75
Linseed oil , boiled do 80
Lard oil , No 1 do 9a
dp extra do I110O115
Benzine dodo
West Virginia lubricating doper 25 328
Fish oil do 5
Turpentine do 60
PAIHT8.
White lead , strictly pure per m
do do rjure do
do do uno pure French do
do do do do Amer. do
Red lead do
Putty in bladders do
Discounts off lint.
FUKX
Mink , prime I 25@1 75
Racoon
do inferior 35
Muskrat. fall
do winter
do spring 27
do Kittens
Skunk , black prim * IHOO
do narrow stripedjprima SO
do broad
Otter. Ho 1 , large 700
*
'
Fisher 900
Wolf No 1 large mountain 300
do No 2 do 200
do No 1 small prairie 105
do No 2 do 80
Beaver .well furred aud clean perlb 140
do stagy and heavy 90 100
Red fox No I 150
Kid fox Nol. 40
Deerskin , redan d short blue , per Ib ! 30
Antelope 25
LUMBER
Joists , studding and slllj 20 n nd
under
Over 20 feet each additional foot
FeucingNo 1 ,
do No 2 18 00
lit common boards 20 00
2nd do do 1 ° °
A' stock boards , 10 and 12 Inches 45 00
B' do do do do 3500
0' do do do do 25 00
1st clear 1. IK. IK and 2 Inch 55 00
2d do do do do 5000
3d do do do do 4000
Flooring , clear 45 00
do 1st common 40 00
do 2d do 30 00
do 3d 25.00
do narrow. No 1 40 00
1st clear ceiling % inch 35 00
2d do do > 4 do 30 00
1st do do % do , 27 K
2d do do % do ' ' 25 00
1st do siding 23 nc
2d do do 22 OC
1st common do 20 OC
A'shingles . 3 5CX31 75
Extra No 1 shingles 2 so
Common No 1 shingles 2 00
Lath per 1000 3 00
D i II pickets per 100 3 00 3 50
Square do do 3 so
O U Batten per lineal foot 1VJ
Rough do do \
LEATHER
Best Buffalo sole M Ajg
Matamoras do 30 34
Best oak 40 43
Baltimore oak sole 43
French kips ji 40 ' 2 00
do _ ealf , leading brands 1 75 2 40
Domestic kins 75 ] 25
dp calfs 1 10 1 60
Hemlock , upper per foot 22 28
Oak do do 25
Grain. do do 25
Linings per doz 7 00 10 00
Toppings do 10001200
Morocco ( bootleg ) per foot 38 45
uo oil dressed do 3fi 40
do Simon per skin 3 00 3 25
n , .u. ° . , Blovo kltl 00
jjelt leather. per side CO
BopUY ebbing per bolt 45 70
Oak harness leath"r , Pittsburg' 43
< Jo Nol 40 42
r , , , . d9 No 2 88 40
Dak line leather 44 Jg
Hemlock harneaslleather Nol 37 39
°
"
hemlock line leather 42
Fair bridle per side 6 00 7 00
iea u collars per doz 24 00 25 00
? ° ? ° do 19U02000
.
v i.
scotch do
d0 35 oo
Concord do 38 00
dollar leather ( black ) per ft 18 24
Pd ° . , < 1 < { , ( russt ) do 18 20
Patent dash
leather do 18
HIDKB
} reen hides per ft 4U
3reen eured hides do 6
Bry hides do 10 912
Dry salted hides do 9 10
ry calf and kip do 12
> heep pelts each 30(91 ( 25
Fallow per ft ,7
LIQUORS AND WINE.
* wines Per ga 1 12
Ucohpl IS3 per cent do 2 20
jrench spirits do 2 30
Marshall's Br'bonwhiskydo 1 25
Miller's do' ' 155
Brandy , very fine do 4 00
, . do inferior brando do 1 50 3 75
J'n.lOO per cent do 150 3 00
ilolland Gin. 90 per cent I 75
( turns , mixed Jamaica 100
per cent do 1 50
New En * , rum. 90 perctdo 220
Kennedy's bitters do 1 50
do per case 7 25
, . do in 100 case lots 6 50
Jiampnftnes , pints in baskets 24 00 30 00
L'ortwinc , infrbr'ds per case 5 60 9 00
do very line 1050
'hor"c.s. , .5001650
Jle , Kdmburgh , per doz 3 CO
Me , Bass .t oo's palo 3 ( B
jnmnesa Dublin stqut XX 3 CO
CARPET AND OIL CLOTH.
IRON AND STEEL.
Iron in bars per Ib 5
2ast plow steel do 10
Pool steel do 13 20
NaU rods do 10
SHEET IRON. WIRE BLOCK TIN. COPPER. 4c.
sircrrr IROS.
First quality No 1C to 20 per Ib 5
do No ± J to 24 do 5W
do No 26 do 5K
do No 27 do 5 ? |
Charcoalboth sides smooth. No24do CM
do do No23do 614
do do No 27 do t2
Double refined. No " 4 do
- do No 26 do
do No 27 do
tlussui , perfect. 7 to 12 do
do No 1 stained do
'A' American imitation Russia
allNos do , _
For less than full bundle add one c'eij
GALVANIZED IRON.
No 14 to to 20 perlb
No 21 to 24 doNe
No 25 doNe
No 27 doNe
No 27 do
Full bundles discount 20 per cent- |
corpKK.
Braziers 10 to 12
do . 12J4 to 100
Sheathing 14 and 16 oz
Planished 13 and 16 oz
do No 7 , 8 and 9
Copper bottoms
TIX PLATK ,
10x14 1C best quality per box
10x14 IX do do
12x12 1C do do
13x12 IX do do
14x201C do do
14x20 IX do do
14ra > IXXX do do
Hoofing. 10 charcoal 14x20 do ' . ! 00
do IXdo 14x20 do 1275
do 10 do 20x28 do 1 * >
do IX do 20x23 do 6 50
BLOCS : TIN. '
Largo pigs per Ib 30
Small pigs do 30
Bar tin do 32
ZINC.
Sheet tin 25 to 30 inches do HH
do 25 to 35 do per sheet 12J4
Tinners'solder.extra refined do' 13
do Nol do 21
do roofing do 18
RKIOUT WIRE
Price 9o lOo lie 11X I2S
No's 0to6 7to9 10&11 12 13414
Price 14c 15c ICc
Nos , 1541G 17 18
Discount 25 per cent , on full bundles.
Through to Chicago
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
The Chicap Burlington & Qnincy
RAILROAD
With its Smooth and Perfect Track. Elegant
Passenger Coaches , end
PULLMAN SLEEPING AND DINING CARS
Is acknowledged by the press , and all who
travel over it , to be the best appoint
ed and best managedroadin
the country.
Passengers Going East
Should bear in mind that this is the
Best Route to Chicago ,
And all point * east , north and northwest
Pa-'sencers by this route have choice of Foul
Different routes and the advantage of
SIX DAILY LINES PALACE SLEEPING CARS
VBOJI
Chicago to New York
*
WITHOUT CHANG * .
All express trains on thisline sore equipped
with Westinghouse Patent Air Brakes , and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Cou
ple : s. the most perfect protection against ae-
cidtnta in the world. . .
Pullman Palace Sleeping nd Dining Can
are run on the Burlington route.
Information concerning routes , rates ,
time , connections , &e. , will be cheerfullj
given by applying at the office of the Bur
Kigton Route. Grand Central Hotel , come ,
Fourteenth and Farnham. Omaha. Keb.
WM. B STRONG. SAML. POWELL. >
Gen'l Supt. , Gen'l Passenger Ag t ,
Chicago. 111. Chicago. Hi.
J.W.MORSE , . n.P.DEUEL.
Gen'l AgX 6mah > . Ticket Ag't.Omahi
J ACOR EFUND * CO. ,
TirHOLESALEANDRETAILDEALEK
W in Cheese. Limburger. Schweitzer
Philadelphia Hand Cheese and Kraeuti
Cheese. HoUwid Herring and Mustord. No
DoanU.b et.between Bg-gM *
& St Louis Skoit Linei
1876 !
HOT TO if. LODI.
The Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council JJlufls K. R.
Is the only direct line to
ST. LOUIS
AND THE EAST. PROM
OMAHA & THE WEST.
HO CB.ANGE of cars between Omaha Mid
St. Louis , and but ono between Oms
ha and New York.
This is the only line running a
I'allmnu Vnlnco Sleeping Dny
Conch Cwtt from Omaba via St.
Joe and Kansns City to St.
Loala 011 Arrival of tliellTa
Ion rnclHc Express
Train.
PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY
8 ALL BEACHING
E'stem ' aM fi5erfl ! Cites.
With less changes and in advanoo of other
lines.
This entire ineis equipped with
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
PALACE DAY COACHES & CHAIR CARS
Milltr't Sifcty Platform and Coupler ,
AND THE
Celebrate ! Westiiiglioiise Air Braie ,
that your tickets read viaM
KANSAS CITY. ST. JOE & COUNCIL
BL UFFS RAILR OAD.
VIA OK4HA & ST. LODIS.
Cickets for sale at 53 Farnham St. . under
Grand Central Hotel.
FRANK E. MOOHES Ticket Ag.'L 253 Farnham St
JOS. TEAHON. QEO.L. BRADBURY.
Pass. An't. Qen'l Art.
J. F. BARNARD. A. C. DAWES.
Qen'I Sup't. Gen'l Pass. Agt. *
fat. Joseoh St. Joseph.
Chicago , HOCK Island
nnd iMc.Klo * ( . II.
THE OBEAT CENTKAL liOOTE KllDM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST t
Via Do- "
oarenport an.l Bo > k Island
This Route being thoroughly onulpped with
legant now Coaches , Palace Sleeping bin , and
having thefadvanUge of a smooth and well bal-
Issted track , oflera the traveling public an Eut
era Line uneqnaled lor HpoSl. Comlort and
Safety.
AH FaEiienger Traina are equipped with the
WKSTINOIIODSK PATBHT Ai * BBAKXS and
Miller's Patent Saletf Platform Coupler.
Two Fast Express Trains
Leave Daily , connecting as follows
AT DBS M01NU3 with the DesMolnes Valler
Railroad for Oskaloosa. Ottumwa. Keokuk
and St. Louis.
AT OKINNELL with the Central1 Railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to St. faul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad for
Burlington , Cedar Kapids , Dubuque it St.
Paul , at V/IL10.V JUNCTION with the
South-Western branch , for Muscatine ,
Washington and rointa south.
AT UAVtNPOET with the Davenport A St
Paul liailroaJ for points north.
AT UOCK ISLAN1 > with the Western Union
BflllroaJ for Fierport , Itelolt , Itacme , Mil
waukee , and all joiuts in uortberu llUnola
and WUconun.
AT BOCK ISLAND with the ItocVford , Rock
Is'.and and St. Louts K. ilroad for bt. Louia
and polata scuth.
AT BOOK ISLAND with the Peoria A. Bock
Island Ballroad lor Peoria and iiointa east.
- " _ jTrKC.wUh branch , for Uen-
J. . OIIINT. ! . ! , , Receiver ,
Tiroil Line Irti ani South ,
In connection with the Chicago. Milwau
kee i St. Paul Railway , and tbo
GREAT EAST & WEST LINES
- FORMS AN -
Unequalled Route !
FROM
to St. Pail !
01VHER
MINNESOTA POINTS
Passer eors by this route leaving Counci
Bluffs on the afternoon trains
will make direct connoctisn
at tbe different junc
tions with the
St. Paul Express !
Avoiding delay , betel bills and transfer.
THROUGH TICKETS TOR SALE ,
At all the principal ticket offices.
A. RUSSELL , uen'l Pass , and Ticket Agt.
Marahalltown. Iowa.
Tbe State Uiie
STEAMSHIPS ,
NEW YORK TO
Glasgow , Liverpool , Belfast , lion-
dondery and Dnblla.
Passengers booked to any part of Greal
Britain and the continent.
These first-class full powered steamers wil
sail from pier 42. North River , foot of Cane
Street , New York.as follows : .
State of Pennsylvania , Captain .Knight
Tuesday , March 9. State of Virginia. Capt
Moody. Tuesday. March 23. State o !
Indians , . Captain Sadler. Tuesday. April 6
First-clMS. saloon. WO. 470. $80. returr
tickets 8120. Second cabin , respectable
and comfortale _ aceomoatons . * 45 : return
turn tickets 880 until further notice. Steer
ace aceomodations superior. $28.
Tor further information apply to McNAIT
&BORDEN. No. 2G5 Farnham Street , am
10th. opposite depot.
Austin Baldwin 4 Co. , agents , 72 Broad
way. New York ,
J. K. Earle. general western nwnt. G
Clark street Chicago. III. rach27-u
C. F. MATTDERSON ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. 212 Farnham St. .
fOmaha. . Nebraska.
T. W. T. BICHAKDST
AT LAW. Office. 490.13th
ATTORNEY Farnham and Ilarney.
Omaha. Nebraska.
J. S. SHROPSHIRE.
AT LAW. Room No. 1. S.
ATTORNEY 15th and Douglas StreeU.
Omaha , Nebraska.
JAMES O. ADAMS ,
TTORNEY AT LAW. Church Block
L Room No. 1. Omaha. janlS tf
G.W. AMBROSE.
A TTORNEY AT LAW. 280 Dongla * St. .
± \ Omaha. Neb.
Bin nlH-p gh tyyn Sc Greene ,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Odd Fellow's
J\ Block Omaha. Nebraska.
N. J. BURNHAM.
*
A TTORNEY ANDCOUNSELOR AT LAAV
± \ . Southeast Corner of 15th aud Douglas
Streets. Omaha Neb
DEXTER L. THOMAS ,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
J3L. OfEce Room No. 8. Visscher's Block.
Omaha. Neb.
PARKS GODWIN ,
.4 TTORNEY AT LAW. 14th and Dongla
A. StreeU. with G. W. Doane.
L.F.MAGINN ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE-Vis-
scher's Block , Omaha. Nebraska.
marlCtf
E. ESTABROOK ,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office. Creighton
A. Block. Omaha. Neb.
G. E. PRITCHETT ,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
t\ . Office , 511 Thirteenth Street. Address
Lock Box 769 Omaha.
E. F. SMYTHE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Odd Fellow's
A. Block. Omiha. Nebraska.
E.W.SIMERAL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office-Wejt
i. entrance Caldwell block. Douglas , be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets ,
octll-dAwtf
O.H. BAULOTJ , .
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office.Creighton's
J\ . new block , southeast corner room , first
door. Omaha. Nebraska , .
W.J.OONNEIX ,
/COUNSELOR AT LAW AND DISTRICT
\ _ > Attorney for Second Judicial District.
Office , Rooms 1 and 2 , Jacob's Block. Omaha.
Nebraska.
WM.L.
' ' * * ,
. " -
LAWYER. wreighton Block ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
X.VTIIER R. WRIGHT ,
Jiv tice of the Peace
Office. Douglas Street , West Entrance
Caldwell Block. jan 14
MOTKUS.
N LIQH HOTT.-E
West Point. Nell.
A. D. BEEXER , . Proprietor.
The best and largest hotel in Nebraska
north of Omaha. Warm rooms and good
spring beds always to be found ; also a first-
class table. Livery and feed stable in con
nection ! novlS ly
I3LAIR EOT EL
AND
Railroad JCatiut lfon.se ,
( In Depot Building. )
A first class house in every respect.
$2.00 per dar. Blair. Neb. novlS
Far ners' House ,
R. H. SKETCHLEY , - - Proprietor ?
Frout Nt. , 1Uair , NebriiNkn.
A first class hotel in every respect. Board
and lodging per week. $5.00 ; per day. * t.K ( > .
Meals at all hours. novlS ly
G-rand C entr al
Oniulin , . . . Nobrnitkn
The largest and best hotel between Chica
go and San Francisco
Opened new September SO , 1873.
sepSOtf QEd. THRALL ,
Proprietor.
The Metropolitan ,
OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
X > . A. . VmiN"n.met ; , Jr. Pi-ojp.
The Motropolitio Hotel is conlrally lo
cated. and is first-Mass in every respect ,
having recently been entirely renovated.
The public will find it a comfortable and
homelike house. mitS-tf
DaveniDort House ,
Next Door Eut of the "Bet , " Office.
JOHX RICUAKD , - IMtOP.
This house furnishes the best accommoda
tions. Day board , per week. 3.50. Single
meals. 25 cents. sep3 tf
BYRON HEED. S.REED.
IByron Reed & Co. .
THE OLDEST ESTIBLISIIED
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
In Wcl > rnslcn.
Keep a complete abstract of title to all
real estate in Omaha and Douglas County.
OMAHA CITY
STOVE STOHB ,
E. F. COOK ,
C37 14th SI. , Bet. Douglas and Dodge.
Manufacturer of Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware , and Dealer in
Cooliing and Heating Stoves.
StampedJapanned and French Ware on and
Tin Roofing. Untters and Spouting and Work
doneand warranted. ! ian25tf
Central City House ,
Central City , - IVeb.
M. LEE WRIGHT , Proprietor.
This house has been thoroughly overhauled ,
cleaned from top to bottom , re-carpeted , and
re-furnished complete , with patent spring
beds , and is first-class in all respects. No
pains or money will be spared to make the
CENTRAL take rank with the best hotels in
the State. a quiet and comfortable home ,
The tables will bo supplied with the very
best the markets afford. .
The patronage of the traveling public is
respectfully solicited. -
Land office directly opposite. Land hunt-
crs and others wishing to make purchases in
the real estate line , farming lands or citj
lots , or any bniiness connected with a real
estate office , will find parties at the office to
show them around , and furnish any and all
information concerning Merrick Count ]
reality , prices Ac.
Plaite Valley Laul Apcy
Real bliie , Loan I General Collecting Ageal
CENTRAL CITY NEB.
Real estate bought , sold or exchanged ,
Loans nezotiated. or investments made 01
the most reasonable terms. Pay taxes foi
non-resiyents , redeem lands sold for taxes ,
Correspondence solicited and busmen
promptly attended to. aprSO-u
Has tte Bfst steel in ( toalia , anil males lie Icmst Prices.
GREAT REDUCTION
Have an UrLusually Large and At
tractive Assortment of Furniture , Bed
ding and Everything Pertaining to the
Furniture and Upholstery Trade , all of
which is now Offered at G-reatly Re
duced Prices.
Will make it to the Interest of Par
ties Desiring Goods in this Line to call.
Chas. SMverick ,
fcb21mon-wJUattf 203 Farnham Street.
S. KIRSCHBERG
Has juH commenced business at S.Rawitzer's old stand. No. 207 Douglas street , and ha
will , during the coming season , run two wagons for the delivery of all kinds ot
GEOCEBIES , PROVISIOKS POULTR ? , FISH AD IHD1T !
He will keen on band at all times the very choicut goods in the market. Farmers shonll
bring their Poultry ami Produce to Mr. Kirachberg , who will pay the hiihest market
Pirca for it. junel-ly
Oinnlm , ? C
Importer Of Wines , Brandies and Gins ,
Wholesale Dealers in pure Bourbon County. Kentucky. Copper Distilled Whiskies th
most celebrated brands. Sole agent for the Celebrated Nevada. Colorado. Montana Cizan
mvortod Scotch and liass Ale and London Porter , always on hand.
PIPES AND TOBACCO.
.
_ _ , . . _
A. PETERS , Manufacturer and Dealer in
Riding Bridles. Collars. Halters. Whips. Horse Blanket * . Harness Oil. 4c.
apr3 tf 37VL I'arnliam Street.
C. P. GOODMAN ,
WHOLESAIiE
DRUGGIST !
I > oalcr In.
PAINTS OILS 8BWI3DOW GLASS
u Nebraska.
The Verdict of German Masters in Favor of the
HALLET , DAVIS & CO. :
The text of the joint statement and te timonml of a full congress of the great German
masters , relative to the claims of the 11ALLKT , 1 > AIS Jt CO. Piano , liteially translated
and concisely formulated.i \ as follows :
lothrPeojJeof Germany and of the World : .
We have made a detailed and exhaustive examinational In * UalUt , DavuiK Co. Piano , of
Jiotton , U S-A.-vponitiiaeritandcltiimatamaterlal improvement upon all modem and icy
instrument * , and find that in mechanical plan and eonttrvction , and in tJt * larger matter of tone
in compan. range , fultnett anditrenfth of ejcprtition , it it an addition to the power of the modern
Piano , and an improvement on all instrument * vet invented for tke articulation of tie ploriou.1
harmonies of tound. We recognise the claim to unicenal tuptrioritu of iiulitputaUy valid.
( Signed )
VltDIN "
' / ' , Profiaior lierl in Hoyal Academy ; and tire undred otheri.
The Pianos thus endorsed by the collective eenins and authorities of the world , may
be found in large variety , together with the Smith's American Organ and the Kimball.
Uroat Union , and other Piano ; , at my wareroams , corner State and Adams Sts. Chicago.
Vf.V. . KIMBALL. Sola Northwestern ACeal ,
Cor- State untl
HVC I T I !
American Organs
3o Years Established ! 74ooo Now in Use ! 25O
Hnve Been Awarded for Best Organ ! New Styles ! New Catalogue
Now Prices ! Also the Largest Assortment of Pianos Ever Brought to
the West ! Before Purchasing Address
W. W. KIMBALL ,
205 , 207,239 , State St.
Wholesale Agent for tlie Northwest.
A. SCHBOKDER. A. KLEIK.
GREAT-WESTERN FILE (10 ( ,
A. SCIIKOEDER & CO. ,
PROPRIETOR.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
FILES & RASPS ,
From the beat cast steel. f
Old Files re-cut and warranted glod as new.
Mill picks andstono masons toob sharpened
in the best manner. .
Mesira. Schroederand Klein are both prac
tical file cutters and inachsnistii _ , ncd will ex-
ecuta all kinds of re-cutting ic. entrusted
to their care on reasonable terms.
Goods sent by express and all orders for
work executed promptly. , , JOHN II. GREEN.
Office Sontd side of Capital Avenue be
tween 13lh and 14th Streets , Omaha. Neb.
nov 3dlrr STATE MILLS ,
T > oalor In
Brain , Floor & Feel ani Count
METALLIC MERCHANT.
Paint.
The cheapest , best , most dura
ble , most fire , water and weather
proot paintmade. Send for sam-
H >
GeneraUAgent. Omaha.
ana 20-1
SMITH 6C CLEM ,
NEWSDEALFRS ,
Boolisellers , Stationers ,
Toys ,
Notions , CItc r , JSzo.
KEARNEY. NEB.
Also General Agents for the Omaha Daily
and Weekly BK. novKdtf