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HJJtorulng , Jniniarjr 23. f
Get your Job printing done at
tdo BKE office. |
Masks and trimmings , tbe }
largest assortment , at Max Meyer &
The Omaha City Baud , Prof.
Hoflman , leader , celebrated its
fourth -anniversary at Turner Hall
A large number of the members
of the Legislature , who spent Suu-
< iay at Omaha , returned to Lincoln
yesterday afternoon. r
r Sunday was a most beautiful
day , and the streets resounded with
fbe merry jingle of the sleigh-bells
from morning till night.
Luther Drake , of the State
Bai.k , had one of his legs badly
mashed in a collision Saturday
evening while coasting down Har
uey btreet bill.
Live hoes are now bringing
from S5.25 to $5.75 per 100 pounds in
this market. They are not coming
in very fast at present J. E. J5oyd
has killed TO 000 so far this season.
LOST. Petition to Legislature ,
si' np J by veral prominent citizens
of this place. Finder please leave
at this office , postoffice or K. A.
Harris' . *
The North Star Society will
have its masquerade ball at Turner
Hall en the 24th of February , and
not on thel2th , as stated in Satur
A meeting in tbe cause of tem
perance was held in theFirstBaptif t
church Jabt e\euing. Hon. J. E.
Vintou and others addres ed the
We [ have received another Sn-
v > jce of fine Black , urecn and Ja
pan Teas , and offer the tame in
quantities to suit purchasers , at ex
tremely low prices.
PUNDIMEYEK & RAAI'KK ,
mon&wed Faruham St. Grocers.
Little Bismarck is publishing
a semi-occasional paper in the in-
t tvst of the Omaha Maennerchor ,
wli > a e to have their annual mas
querade hall at Turner and Thiele's
Had on the night of February 13lh.
Th ball promises to De a grand af
Sunday a sneak-thief eloped
with a fifty-dollar overcoat , in it
p tckit of which wj a a fifteen-dollar
r v.ilver , from the Pacific Hou.-e ,
Council Bluffs , aud came over t <
Omaha , whither he was tracked by
parsons who are Ptill anxious to ii -
A one-Btory frame building ,
owned by 8. R. Krigbaum , on Six
teenth street , north of the bridge ,
was destroyed by fire Saturday
night. The loss was about § 500.
The fire department was unable to
render much assistance , as there i
no cistern in that vicinity , althoug- !
there ought to be Mjvcial nojth ol
Henry Hornberger , n prominent
wholesale liquor dealer of Omaha ,
way in the city Ibid morning'to pay
ii a respects to debtors. Henry w
one of the members of the late
Duuglas County Democratic Con
vention , and was also one of the
thirteen who took such a decided
sinud against thevillainousscheraes.
co.icocted by the arch-apostate o !
lha Omaha Herald , to sacrifice his
party to his own ambition. The
better part of the Douglas Democra
cy are very bitter n ainst Miller ,
aud denounce hisa ai being unwor
thy the recognition of a decent
man. [ Fremont Tribune.
tcflflouiy oOIiihtc EnfcrtnlBDirnLs
Manager Saui Gladstone baa FC
cured the Berger Family and Sol.
Smith Russei for Thursday even
ing , and the Sal'sbary Troubadours ,
comio opera , for Friday evening
and Saturday afternoon and evening
of this week.
The San Francisco Call saysof the
first mentioned troupe :
"L-jst night the Bergers and So !
Smith Russell closed their mostsuc-
re sful engagement. Coming here
with the intention of staying but
two weeks , the appreciation which
their entertainment met with fullv
warranted the lengthening of their
stay to five , and we may say their
entertainment fully warranted the
appreciation. Seldom have -we seen
a sinslo artist win the attention and
excite innocent laughter with pure
humor as Mr. Russell has d jne. His
sketches have been studies , and as
studies have been of the most admi
rable order. Miss Anna Theresa
Berger , besides being a most charm
ing little body in appearance , is an
excec-Jinijlv clever cornot-soloistal-
though like all eoloists , &ho has In
clined too much to the display of her
cxecut'ou. These are the stars of
the company , aud the remainder
are only leaser by comparison. "
The Milwaukee tentinele&vs this
of the Troubadours , who , by the
vray , have been here before :
A good hocse greeted this charm
ing little troupe aeain last night ,
nnd laughed and applauded as has
! -ne every audience towhich they
' ave yet played in Milwaukee.
Since their last visit they have evi
dently lost none of thelrpopulanty ,
nnd "patchwork ' will be more pop
"lac. than ever when 'they leave.
Few new patches are to be found ,
i.i the performanc , and those
nre no great improvement. Several
oPthe bonijB have been changedbut
the nsw appear to be scarcely as
pipular as the old. "Take it in"if -
1H Jetaiued with a few now local
hits on election. The most success
ful "pitchworker" of the company
undoubtedly Mies Nellie Mo-
THE BEST SOFT 'OALin1be
morkft 5 * tbe CELEBRATo. V
LOWER VEIN COAL , which cari
Ii" fiat ! of OorsettikSh.jpard.ai'ent' ' ,
g. jhave removed their offices ;
2.ri2 Douglas stree Beaui's fc.jf
Ijortg trieJ , and well tested ; the
odUwiptilar coal in the market
6-JVtr ! ton. IOWA CoAii Co.
jaul2eodtr .51313th street. ,
1 * * * " * * * * -
JInrdor ontbc Lincof < IicK. C. . St.
Joe t C. B. Railway.
" " \Ve learu from an employe of the
JI. C. , fc > t. Joe & C. B. railway , woo
caine in on the train that arrived
here yesterday morniug that a mur-
Uer w s committed Saturday even
ing at Eushvjlle , south of St. Joe ,
the murdered man being Pat. Filz
gerald , a section boss , and the
murderer is named Coons.
It appears that a quarrel took place
iiiaealoou over r. debt of nix dollars
lars due to Coons from Fitzgerald.
Both men went out of the saloon ,
and Fitzgerald was soon after
killed being Blabbed in two
places once through the right luug
aud once "between the shoulder
blades. Coons made his escape and
has not yet been arrested. Fitz
gerald's ( remains were brought to
Hall's station on the train.
Inasmuch as the BEE some daya
a o published an article from an ex-
chaage reflecting on A. B. Z Daw-
Boa , deputy revenue collector , who
was arrettid on his return from
Deadwood , we to-day publish tbe
following from the Vermilliou ( Da-
tola ) Standard , of a recent date :
"It waq known throughout Ver-
miilion , two months ago , that Gen.
Dawoou was seriously ill with what
is known as mountain fever , and
that his return , which was looked
for about that time , was delayed
on this account. This misfor
tune caused a lung silence ,
which was not interpreted in
the least to his personal dis-
advantage. On his recovery , he
purpoted visiting his former borne ,
\Va9hington , Iowa , before return-
ins to Verraillion , and while carry
ing out his project , was arrested at
the instance of the United States
government for having failed to re
port. To the assertion made by the
Herald that he "was requested by
Mr. Holieuback to make a return
and was unable to do so , havinu
expended the money in riotous liv-
ing"wereturnan emphatic denial.
Our reporter caUed upon Mr. Hollen
back whose deputy Gen' Dawsou
was , and obtained the following
1. That 53,740 was collected and
accounted for since last June , when
he tirt-t entered upon his duties , and
thac IIP has received no pay for his
, 2. That there being no national
L-ai'k or other designated denository
in the Hills , there was no way ol
p'aeina : funds to the credit of the
3. That therewaano UnitedStatea
or other reliable mail facility for
ommtiuicathifj with the United
4 That he was not aided by eith
er the United States courts or United
Ftates ofllceis in making collec
5. That ho has made full and
0. That the arrest was not made
in consequence .of imy complaint
made by Mr. Holieuback a-j bib
deputy ejjjcyed his fullest confi
"Had I three eaib I'd hear tuee , "
Macbeth to the witches. Had
he usai B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap ,
it is more than doubtful whether ho
would have seen -Birnam Wood
coaling to Dun inane. But it is
only thin K 'neration tnat is so high-
Busmen Cams , nnow Cards , Vis
itinp Cards , Ball Programmes , Bal
Ticket.- * , Circulars , Posters , etc. , al
theBsi : Job Eooais , 338 Farnham
stiect , tf
LYOS'S JbjmiAKioN makes beau-
I'ni , gloasy , luxuriant hair ; pre
rents j i falling out or turning gray.
U has stood the lest for -iO years. Is
J\-.rmingly ncrfuiued , and has no
" 'va- ' ! uarEOeodwly
"GRAND CONCERT" every
night at the Billiard Hall of the
Omaha House on Haroey street ,
b-twcea 12th and 13th , by the
I-5.COO orchestrion. d28-tf
O r entire stock ot MEN'S
GLOVES to be closed out at any
price. CBUICKtiHAJNK & CO'ri.
AT HAJjF PJKICE.
A lot of dresa'goods.
A Jot of glove ? .
A lot of hosiery.
A lot of ties.
AJot of men'a collars.
Also a large reduction in ladies
md gentlemen's underwear , clotha
md waterproofs , blankets and bed
gmjfortables. In short you can save
noney to-dayat *
SUdHMAN'S CLOSING BALE
OF WINTER GOODS.
For a business of any kind , it is
he best recommendation that the
msinesrt place is crowded with cus-
omers ali the time Step in now
it that nice establishment , the
rRENCH COFFEE HOUSE , 252
rarnham street , and see how it is
"Train up a child in the way he
hould go , " etc. , says * the good book.
3ut how can you train him up
fithouf keeping him clean ? Ute
! . T. Babbitt's Toilet Soap , then ,
"nd when ho is old he will not de-
art from its use. The soap is made
f the best materials , and absolutely
ho king of toilet soap. Its scent is
elicioua , but not artificial , for no
ireign odor is needed to disguise
: upurity aud poison , -
FINE OLD KENTUCKY
50URBON WHISKY at M. W.
LENNEDY'a , No. 488 Thirteenth
SAVE MONEY TO-DAY' ,
Lt Bushman's Closing Sale. ja6tf
Irish SFew from 9 to 11 this even-
is , oUbe Casino. 7-tf
For billiard tables , uupplies , elc. ,
M Hdvertisement of J. M. Bruiie-
i-iok & Bailie Co. aug5tfeb5'77
12th Stn-et Cottee House is now
' " " " *
- ? it -
p-'ii fnyiatroDBge. TRY It.
Being dpelrous-of "goiuff west , I
tier for HHO ) my.confectionery busi-
leas. rAuy oue vanlitig a nice
stabirahed piying bus'tiecs ' is in-
Itel to call anil Inyealieate. '
f - HENRY L. LATEY ,
ConTfciioner , Oeighf n Block.
I > AKA KAPHS.
F. Van Vliet , U. S A. , is at the
Hon. J. AT. Woolworth has gone
E. R. Johnson , of Chicago , is at
A. T. Rodgers , of St Louis , is at
the Metropolitan ,
P. B. Klng&land , of 8t. Louis at
Arnold Barber , of New York , is
at the Grand Central.
K D. Cleveland , of Chicago , is
at the Grand Central.
D. G. Scofield , of San Francisco ,
is at the Grand Central.
Alfred Morton.U. 8 , A. , and fara :
ily , are at the Grand Central.
Capt. W. H. Ashby , of Beatrice ,
spent Sunday at the Grand Central.
Thos. A. La Motto and lady ,
of Philadelphia , are at the Grand
l T. Maliu and Harry Tnomaa ,
of Springfield , Ohio , are at the
Senator Aten and Representative
Hall , of Cedar county , nailed at the
BKE office yesterday.
Dr * Moore , of York county , mem
ber of the legislature , called at the
BEE office Sunday.
G \ \ . Ferguson , of the Pacific
House , of Council Blufls , is regis
tered at the Metropolitan.
Governor Stanford , of SanFran-
cistb , accompanied by his family ,
pasted through Omaha to-day in a
special car homeward bouud.
W. B. Hibbard , western manager
of the Western Union telegraph
linee , with headquarters al Salt
Lake , is in the city.
D. Mitchell , a prominent citizen
of Denver , passed through the city
to day , en route home , accompanied
by his bride , they having been on
an extended eastern wedding trip.
Fred. Mason , formerly ot Omaha ,
but more recently of JS'ew York ,
passed through the city yesterday ,
accompanied by his wife , on his way
to San Francisco , where he will
Henry Homau returned from the
Black Hills last week , aud will re
main here a few days. He informs
us that George W. Homau , Jr. , his
brother , intends to stock a daily
stage line between Sidney and Cus-
ter inside of the next two monfiis.
can now be secured at the store of
E. Simon , as he is closing out his
winter stock to make room for
sprins goods. jau20-2t
A Aciv Operetta by Sir * . R. C.
t IOH ry.
Mrs. B. C. dowry , wife of Colonel
Clowry , manager of tlie Western
Union telegraph office at St. Louis ,
is Ju tLe city on a visit to ner par
ents , Gen. and Mrs. Estabrcok
We saw in the St. iiouis Qlobe-
.Democrat , of a recent dale , the fol
lowing notice of a new operetta by
Mrs. Clowry , whose name upon
her musical publications is G. Es
"Last evening a privileged few o
the music-loving people of our city
assembled at the rooms of Prof , e
G. Anton , to listen to the rebearea
ofji new operetta , composed by G
Estabrook , and under the dlrertioi
of the Professor. The talented lady
is well known as the author of quite
a number of musical compositions
of merit , although this is the firs
time she has ventured into anything -
thing of such magnitude. The title
of the operetta is "The Joust , " and
the various parts were taken by
some of the leading amateur taleu
of the city. Among some
of the principal features may
be mentioned the following : "Re
turn my Love , " a soprano solo , fu ! !
ot harmony aud sweetness , wfiicb
w s exqui itely rendered by Miss
Luititia Fritche ; contralto BOOI !
"I'm not J < hrt "
a , a spirited song
in waltz time ; a baritone solo ,
"I'm out of Luck , " and "Bravej
Brave , Brave , " for bass ; also , duet
for soprano and tenor , entitled "Re
conciliation , " while the choruses
are all very fine and full of rich
harmony and graceful melodj' com
bined. The text as well as the
music is original aud new. We hope
at tome future time to hear it per
formed in public. "
Mrs. Clowry , as we understand ,
intends to remain in Oma a some
weeks , and the BEE suggests that
Hhe be invited to bring out her new
operetta in this city. We think
that sue would willingly do so , and
that , too , for the benefit of the La
dies'Relief Society , or some other
SEE HERE ! Do you know that
yon are standing in your own light
ivhen you are allowing others to get
Ihe best bargains m Gibson's "clos
injl out sale. " He is selling the
best bargains kever sold in his line ,
'you bet. " - It
SAVE MONEY TO-DAY ,
t Bushman's Closing Sale. ja6tf
Policr Players Wanted at Glen-
To the Editor oftheSte.
GLENWOOD , Iowa , Jan. 20.
I see in yours of the 19th an ac-
: ount of a Glenwood vagabond be-
ug caged in your city , which I
? eg leave to correct , as none of our
) oys are away from home , uor is
; here any here of that class. We
ire all hard working boys , with.the
sxception of a few good poker
jlayers. Send us a customer.
Yours , C. R.
DORHETT & SHEPABD , agents of
beCELEBR ATEDLOWER VEIJN
xOAJj , the beat soft coal in the
nsrket , have removed their office
o 252 Douglas street , Beard's new
The "Forest Tar boap removes
> imples , eruptions , and cures chap-
> ed hands. 17dlw
Everything as advertised
At CRUICKSHANK & CO'8.
Dorsstt & Shepard , agents ot the
OWEK VELN COAL , are now' ' <
oca < odat"252DouglasBtreetBeard's , i
Jameslionnell disturbed the peace
one dollar's worth , and he settled
the same at the Police Court yef"
Patrick McCarly was arrested for
drunkenness and was released on
giving $500 bail. As he did not
appear yesterday , the ball was
Erail Tinim , arrested for disturb
ance of the peace , put up $5.00 ball
Saturday evening , and thus obtaln-
his liberty , so that he could attend
church Sunday. He failed to ap
pear yesterday and that's the
last he will ever see of that five dollar
lar bill. At any rate it's about an
oven thing , as the change that
would have been returned to him
after the fine and costs had been
paid would not have been worth
The tram from St. Louis over the
Cut-off Sunday was delayed sev
eral hours owing to an accident at
Ashland. The train ran into a pile-
driver and an engine , considerably
smashing up .the latter , but not do
ing much damage to the former.
There was no one hurt Ihe acci
dent was caused by the brakes on
the passenger train giving out.
Leave your orders for the celebra
ted LOWER VEIN COAL at the
office of Dorsett < fe Shepard , 252
Douglas street , Beard's new build
ing , who will see that they are
promptly filled. It
THE OMAHA HOUBk
is the best one dollar and a half
hotel between New York and Sah
Francisco. FKEDERICK WIRTH ,
NEW EMBROIDERIES cheap
at Cruickshank & Go's.
Immense reductions in woollen
goods at CRUICK8HA * K & CO'B.
CKOCKERY , CHINA , GLASS-
Hobble's great closing out sale at
cost. 222 Farnham street , up-stairs.
Jan 9-1 m.
SEE McKelligon's card on
firat page. june2tf
Any lady wuo win send us 15
paid-up yearly subsciipliono , oul-
! de of Omaha , for tne Daily BEE ,
will receive from us by express as a
gift a new $75 Sewing Machine , of
any make she may prefer. tf
Hagan's Magnolia Balm pre
serves and restores the complexion ,
removes freckles , tan and sallow-
ness ; makes the skin soft , white
and delicate. Its application can
not be detected. raar20eod&wjy
All Wool Empress at 35 cts.
At CRUICKSHANK & CO'S
SAVE MONEY TO-DAY ,
At Bushman's Closing Sale. JalGtf
MEN'S MITTS 25 cents
At Cruick&bank & Co's.
The most harrassmg symptoms of
Bronchitis and Consumption are
palliated and relieved by inhaling
the hot vapors of the Solution of
"Forest Tar. " It cures Catarrh.
CLEGS In tnis city Jan. 20th , of diptheria
and scarlet fever. Aline Clegt. daughter
of H. R. and Mattie B Newcombo. Aged
Funeral took plnco Sunday , the 22nd inst.
at 3:30 p. m. , from the residence , S. E. cor.
of 17th and California.
Ask for ALLCOCK'S , and obtain them , and
to avoid miserable IMITA.TIOIVS.
B. BRANBRETH. Pres't.
Ofiloe , 2O4. Canal St. IV. Y.
Foot and Steim Power Saws nd Lathes.
One of thehest , cheapest , and most useful
inventions of the day. Frank Mahannah
fans secured the agency and is ready to fill
all orders promptly , at the Coal Yard. cor.
Eleventh and Leavenworth-sts. ian22-lm < 1
ON THE LINE OF THE
Union Pacitic R. R ,
ALAND GRANT OF
12,000,000 Acres of the
3,000,000 in Nebraska ,
IN THB GREAT PLATTE VALLEY.
Tlie Garden of the "Wost.
- FOR SALE -
Stf PfilCiS THAT DEFT COMPETITOSIS
ren years' credit , interest only 6 per nont.
? ree Homesteads for actnalsottiers.
Cho best location for colonies.
Soldiers entitled to a homestead of 160 acres.
Free parses from Omaha to purchasers o
ailroad lands. Descriptive pamphlets ,
vith sectional maps , and
L handsome illustrated paper containing
he homestead law , mailed free to all parta
if the world. Address , O.F.DAVIS ,
Land Oommitiioner U. P. Railroad ,
Omaha. 2ftb ,
Knights of Pythias. T
) F1ICEBS OF THB QHAUD LODGE 0 ?
G. C. J. S , . Shropshire. Omaha.
G. V. C. . Anthony Reis. North Platte.
9. P. . George K. Mooney. Crete.
G. M. of E. , An rust Aust , Omaha.
Q. M. at A. . A. D. Marihall , Lincoln.
G. I. G. , D. A. Moffatt. Omaha.
e. 0. G , Jacob Frank , Omaha.
O. L. . W. W. Warded , Falla City.
Centennial committee on parade of the
irder in Philadelphia. August , 1876 < Jeorg
I. Crager , Chief Commander ; Anguit Aust ,
freasnrer ; E. B. French , Secretary.
The order numbers twenty-two Lodges In
Nebraska , with a total membership of nearly
The next annual session of the Grand
Jodge will be held at Lincoln , on the Moond
Tuesday of October. 187fl.
NEBRASKA LODGE No. 1. Kl of F.
Offlcers D. A. Moffatt. r. 0. : J'J Mor-
II , J. . C. C. : 0. WAhlquirt. . V. C.E. El
French , P. ; H. G. McKoon , M. E. : Sugen *
Ipencer. M. F. ; J. 8. Shropshire , K : R. S.t
T. 0. Ahlquiat , M. A. ; Georte HATM , Ii e.t
) . B. Bonton. 0.9.
Friday Morning in the Senate-
Township Organization !
Appropriation Number One The
Oorretvondtnct of the Bee.
Lincoln , January 20. In the
short session of yesterday morniug ,
prior to ) adjournment , Very little
important business was transacted.
The regular routine work of reading
journal and bills on second reading ,
together with the squabble as to adjournment -
journment , consumed the time.
Home wanted to adjourn until the
30th , others for fuur days , and a few
expressed themselves as anxious to
remain In Lincoln until the time of
final adjournment , to perform their
duties without cessation.
The clefk of the Hoiise presented
the resolution from that oody con
curring in the Senate resolution an-
poinMng a special committee on
only , excluding their old clause per
taining to revenue. Supplementary
to this , Colby the champion of this
movement , biought up a bill which
he said would require an hour and
a-half to read , embodying his idea
upon the subject. Colby is a work
er , by the way , and now since he
is to go home finally with a 'clear
conscience , on the senatorial issue ,
we rnao expect to see him making
himself more sensibly felt.
A resolution asking Congress to
was the work of Chapman for tills
day His concurrent resolution will
take the form of o memorial to
Congress , setting forth that the na
tional census of 1870 , bv " which the
representatives were "apportioned
was incorrect , and that the State
census of 1875 snow. " an increase
sufficient to warrant the plea , and
requesting our neuutoraaud repre
sentatives to pu-h the matter
vigorously. The resolution was
referred to the committee on federal
relati jns. No n-ron can be urged
against the adm salon of another
member except b _ . the majority in
the lower house on partizan
grounds , since Majors , the repre
sentative-elect , If admitted would
swell the Republican minority.
THE FIRST APPBOPRIATION
was agreed to in the House , and the
concurrence of the Senate request
ed. It provides for the appropria
tion of $25,000 for current expenses
ol the present session. The Senate
referred the bill to the committee
on finance , ways and means.
BUSINESS IS RESUMING
its wonted quiet. Hotels are not so
crowded , and men begin to behave
themselves as if nothing unusual
The new opera building is aflord-
ing a supply of lectures , dramatic
and other popular performances :
while in the M. E. Church , Rev.
G. 8. Alexander has begun a series
of excellent lectures upon "Masonry
and Kindred Organizations. " Ev
ery Friday f evening for the next
four weeks ho will be on hand.
LATEST MAEKET REPORTS.
NE\Y YORK PRODUCE.
NEW YORK , January 22.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago spring ,
some speculative demand , others
dull and declining ; ungraded
spring , 130al 35 ; No. 2 Milwaukee ,
1 43 ; No. 2 Chicago spring , 1 46a
1 4S bid.
Eggs Western , 30a33c.
Pork Quiet , but firm ; new , 11 20
Butter Dull and unchanged.
Whisky Dull at 1 11.
Barley Unchan seed.
Corn New , shade firmer and
light demand ; new , no grade ,
miyed , 60ja60Jc ; white western ,
new , 63c.
O.ita Dull ; western mixed and
State , 42a54c.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO. Jan 22.
Cattle Receipts , 3000 ; market
closed quiet , but steady ; sales of
common to choice shippers , 4 OOa
5 25 , chiefly at 4 40a6 00 ; Liverpool
steers , 5 506 00 ; stockere steady
and firm at 3 00a3 50 ; butchers' ,
8 00a4 25 for common to good ;
market closed with pens well filled.
Hogs Receipts , 8,000 Market
moderately active ; [ prices SalOc
higher ; heavy packers , 5 90a6 20 ;
light bacon , 5 90a6 10good ; to choice
shippers , 6 25a6 SO ; market closed
quiet with pens well filled with un
Sheep Receipts , 800 ; good to
choice grades , fair demand and
steady at 4 G0a5 50 ; poor to common ,
2 50a3 50.
ST. LOUIS PRODUCE.
ST- Louis , Jan. 22.
Wheat Inactive and lower , at
1 54 bid cash ; 1 57 February ; No 3 ,
do , 1 45Jal 45 } cash ; 1 alfal 62
Corn Inactive and lower ; Nv2 ,
mixed , 40c cash ; 401c Jaauary :
Oats Dull and lower to seller ;
34Jc cash ; 32c bid.
Rye Dull and lower , 72c bid.
Barley Quiet and unchanged.
Pork Dull and lower. Small
lots sold at 17 00 cash ; 16 75 bid for
Lard Dull , at 10 50 to arrive.
Bulk Meats Dull. Shoulders , 6c ;
clear rib , 8ja8c.
Whisky I 07.
ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK.
ST. Louis , Jan , 22.
Cattle Receipts , 1,200 ; prices un
Hogs Receipts , 4OCO ; little doing
ind prices nominal.
OAPITOL LODGE. No. .1. A. F. * A. M.
OffieG. . W. Linlnger. W. M. ; 8. Kj
Faction , S. W. ; B. J. Sharp , J. W. ; Byron
Seed , Treasurer ; Win. B. Bowen. Secretary.
COVERT LOD9E. No. 11 , A. . 4 A. M.
Officew- . 8. Gibion. W. M. : W. I.Baker.
> . W. ; J. Staffen. J. W. : C. Hartman.
treasurer ; J. 8. trance , Secretary. ISO
> T. JOHN'S LODGE. No. 25-A. F. 4 A. M.
OEoew Alfred Kelley. W. M. : John G.
Caylpr. S. W. ; J. B. Brnner. J. W. ; J. G.
Facobi. Treasurer ; E. E. French. Secretary.
3 members. '
OMAHA CHAPTER. No. 1. B. A. M.
| 0ffic rs Byron Stanberry. H. P. ; J. J.
aonell , Jr. , K. ; William Copley , 8. ; C. Vt
loodman ; Treasurer : J. G. Taylor.Secretirr :
OMAHA COUNCIL. No. 1. B. * B. .
Offlcwt-rC. P. Goodman , T. J. M. ; Byron
Itanberry. D : I. M. ; G. Starenson. P. C. W :
J. HeUman , Treasurer. Jean bchons , Rec.
! fi members.
MOUNT CALVARY COMMAKDERY.
No. 1. K. T.
Established 1665. I
) Ocera : C. F. Catlin , C. ; Ed. Haney , G. ; ,
J.W. Lininger , C. G. : C. F. Gopdman. .
treasurer : William S. Bowen. Rec. J
NOTICE. Advertisement * ol To Let , Fo
Sale , Lost , Wants , Found , Boarding. Ac.
will be inserted in these columns once forTEl
CENTS per line ; each subsequent insertion
MVE CENT line. The first insertion
never less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
> ONET TO LOAN. DR.
M1 181 Farnham St. ; y2tf
ONEY TO LOAN-L. F. Maginn , At
torney , Vis cher's Block. Omaha.
( NEY TO LOAN-D. L. THOMAS ,
letchsr'a block. janl-tf
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
PANTED A laundress at the Donovan
W House. ian22-3t *
"ITr A second hand platform
W scale. VON PORN. janl7-tf
FOR SALE-HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE , RENT OR TliADE for cIT
property. 160 acres , 65 under cultiva
tion. By J. H. TI1IELE. MercnantTay
lor , 13th street Omaha. jan29-tf
170B SALE Houses , nnd lots and lands t
S : suit everybody. BOGOS & HILL.
FOR SALE Several splendid cottages-
leased ground. BOGOS 4 HILL.
SALE ON TIME-19 head cows , 1
head steers. 2 horses wacon and bar
ness. BOGGSJtUlLL. jan20-eod3t
FOR SALE Nice little farm , flrst-clas
land , good improvements cheap on
time. BOUGS A HILL. jan20-eod3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE l.OCO acres o
first-claps rich prairie land. No offers
refused. BOGOS & HILL. jan20-eod3t
BARGAIN in 8 J acres of land \i mile ;
A from city. BOGGS & HILL.
A FARM of 0 acres for $600. BOCGS4
JHILL. . jan20-eod3t
HOUSE AND LOT on three years tim
$ T03 ; near Oil Mill. . BOGGS J
/CORNER LOT S. W. cor. 18th and Burt
VV low price. BOGaSiHILL J20-cod3
FOR SALE House and lot back of High
School-$5lO. BOGGS & HILL.
"Tj OR SALE At panic prices and on mos
-C liberal terms : 198 lots , 122 acres , twc
hotels nnd several houses , located in differ
ent parts of the city. North , cast , south
and west. Several of these lots are located
in the heart of the city. OnFarnham , 13th
and otter streets near the Post Office anc
Grand Central Hotel. This property will b
sold lot by lot and in acre orhalf acre pieces
GEO. P , BEMIS. Corzens House. 9th ant
Barney streets. dec9-lwEat&wedtf
FOR SALE A lot COxlZTJi feet , in Lowe'
addition , commanding a fine view , fo
890. Address B. , Bee Office. n22tf
FOR SALE One fine brick house in the
best part of town , t rooms , kitchen
well and cis'ern. Reason , leaving town
Apply to HOMER SIULL , Hubermann'i
IOR SALE One of the finest farms in Ne
C braska , 267 acres , only two miles and
a half from Omaha , fine houee , and neve
falling spring , rurfaing water &c , . Will sel
at a great bargain on libsral terms..J
CONNELL. Jacob's Block. decll-eodtf
FOR SAliE A new $75 Sewine Machin
al very reduced figures. Apply at thia
FOR SALE A new Victor S85 Sewi
Machine , for 8C5 cash. Apply at t
office. n > 2t
COAL-COAL-J. K. iDWARDS. com-
mirtjon merchant , is now prepared to
deliver Wyoming , Lackawanna and Iowa
coal at lowest rates. 190 Farnham-st. il-t
FOR SALE At a very reduced price , two
scholarships in the Davenport Business
.College. Apply or address , "R. . " Bee
FOR SENT-R O QMS.
(70R RE.VT LOW The spacious offices ,
' until recentlyoccupied by Judge Red-
ick , opposite Ihe Court House on Farnham
near 15thi street ; consisting of three large
rooms. Will be leased for a term of years or
by the month. Apply to GED. P. BEMIS.
Ooizcns House , corner 9lh and Harney-sts.
FORRENT-St i j room N. E. cor. 17 and
CapitMav.cnttape Californiast bet 18
and9th. BOGGS A HILL. jan20 eodSt
TfOR RENT Nicelv furnished front room ,
-t cor J 8th and Dodge sts. ian-20tf
FOR RENT-Office rooms in Odd Fellows
Block. 14th and Donelas-tt. Enquire
ofC. c. HOUSEL or JOHN EVANS , at
Odd Fss-3 Hall. jan7-6t
FOR RENT-A furnished room in apri-
vato family , in the central part of the
city. Address H. 0 . W. Bee Office. ianl7-tl
TJI OR RENT Houses and rooms , furnish
JD ed and unfurnished. DR. EDWARDS.
181 Farnham-st. Janl7-tf
FOR RENT Dwelling house , eight rooms ,
southwest cor. 12th and Jackson , at
low rate. Tnrmire nt office of C , F. MAN-
EERSON. 242 Farnham street. jan9 3t
FOrt RENT-Two unfurnished rooms
with conveniences for house-keeping.
412 Eleventh street opposite Krug's Hrewery.
FOR RENT A No. 1. business stand net.
14th and I5th-sts. on Donzlas. one
door north of our shop. SHEELYBROS.
STRAYED From my premises on 16th
street. _ lourlh house above Foundry ,
left side No , 836 : a bay tucking colt. In
formation leadintr to its recovery will bo re-
warded. F. J. SCHERB jan20 tf
GERMAN instruction at the Omaha In
stitute and Parochial School ot the
German Reformed Salems Church. Fcr
particulars ad-lress the pastor. REV.
THEO. FALK 209 Dodge street. 2t *
TNSTBUCTION on the piano and organ
JL at the Omaha Institute. SISperterm.
Address REV. TI1EO , FALK. 209 Dodge
LOST A small dark bay horse somewhat
sway back , lump on right shoulder.
Liberal reward paid for his return to GEO.
H. KEYES. east of U. P. shop. jan22-lt
OMAHA HOTEL COMPANY.
The indebtedness of the Omaha Hotel
Company in excess of claims in litigation is
$50,000. Claims in litigation are 39.4lO.
with interest from May 5th , 1875. but are not
acknowledged as an indebtedness of the
Company. Omaha Hotel Company. By
S. S CALDWELL. Prest.
E. D. PRATT. Vice Prest.
GEO.E. BARKER Sec. jan9-lew4w
ror.ic. KOW BEAUTIUA HISTORY or I
JN1TEO STATES u. 'uiapnMntume. Th. .
< > &rk ui.emuoB by ma tHunmt aut or.or vortliy to b f
Ued In botb fnglUh and German. UoeUrj ? *
irofuiielyllliutrated , jetlow-j.rlcM tolame. 7Vie
ont utsofur otter. Upleodtalr lllaitnifcj tcconntof pprtv
3zGraadCentennUlCelebntlon AGENTS WANTE
' SgToirlciliiterttieTtrTwbcniJa l&e tJtrtilvtg liulorj or
( ianti7baic , rar cli n rorAftnU. " ' -
MaqM.8819 SujyBqoxnd ojojaq gaaud pn
30019 ino animnTB 0) pe anboj oits gjiqqof
q N t ° via i i 'i
' 1 Jt wH O -
DNII3BO QM MIMS
Nl BaiiTsa zirea'ioBJi QKT
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
CAIDWELL HAMILTON &CO
same as that of an incor
porated Bank *
Accounts kept in cur
rency or groTd subject to
sight check without no
Certificates of deposits
issued payable in fhree ,
six and twelve months ,
bearing ; interest at six
per cent , per annum , oren
on demand without inter
Advances made to cua-
omers on approved se
curities at market rates
of inter est.
Buy and sell e-old , bills
of exchange , government
State , County rnd City
Draw ight drafts on
England , Ireland , Scot
land , ana all parts of En-
Sell European Passage
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE ,
FRANK MUHPMY , KNOS LOWE ,
Pr tldo f. Yia .Pr IdMl.
BIN. WOOD , Cathi.r.
qrlh-.vj-.i CorafrFa-nham ttrtu ji |
C apltal - . . . . . . * 100.000
Authorized capital . . . l.OCO.OOO
Deposits as small as one dollar receirat
and compound interest allowed on the ssms
wmm OER ? mwmii OF mm
The whole or any part ot a deposit aft *
remaining in the bank three months will
draw interest from date of deposit to pay
ment. The whole or any part of a deposi
mav be drawn at anv time. aun-tf
TJ. S. DEPOSITORY.
BANK OF OMAHA ,
Coriar Fsrnhim and Thiriasnth.Slt.
( BUC023SOKaTO KODNT2E BEOf. )
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Organize as a National Bank August 20 IQ6J
Capltt ! ud PrcSii Oier IHMil ,
H. Kountze , Presi lent. I Ino. H. Crelghlon
Auguitut Rountzj , I H. W. Yates ,
VlcePrcsldenl. I CMhlen.
This bank receives deposits without regard
to amount ! .
Issues time certificates bearing interest.
Draws drafts on San Francisco and princi
pal cities of the United States , also London ,
Dublin. Edinbnrg and the principal cities oi
he contm out of Europe.
Sells passage ticket * for migrants in the
G. ANBREEN ,
-MANUFACTURRR Or ALL KINDS 0 -
Burglar Proof Safes !
VAULT DOORS , JAIL WOriK , Hie.
Repairs of every nature in this line prompt
ly and satisfactorily done , New and
second-hand safes always on hand.
Manntastorv on Uamey street , one door
west f Van Dora's machine shops ,
OMAHA , - NEBBASXA.
Cfficc : ' * SSIorf ,
13. im& pougfas fir ,
J. B. DETWHEK'S
9 Dovgtcu-St. , OMAHA. NEB.
4S613th-st , bet Farnham and Harncy.
Zither concerts given every day and even-
nth cmnerou ragntin
from life ttichfi ill the .1
3 M VTVQ ! PWV 4M CuUltiYC ibonld krow <
Court ! iip. Mtmmsr. I'
iORETS PbTriotoglcal Mjitrr
, BtTtlitiont of ti
1 kind of Diteuei , with htradmU of Taln&ble rrrclr >
\o should m nrthe impejinifnti to mtrritn , thrir r
re ard etirr.TrtlU on ill Uiwuet , fnllT mltinin-1'
nm. rjrmpt07rnndmt n tocore- Ii th. onlr rm
Krvi-ic uorfc olthe kind ertrpabUited , and it com , ,
crrry rtipcct. Sent Kcnreljr f tiled on nctlptol * V
1 have OTT on hand the largest stock ol unredeemed pledges ever offered tor sale n
Omaha , coasting of Fine Broadcloth Frock and Sack Coats , Plain and Fancr < uaj"ner
English and German Worsteds , Diagonals. Ac. , with Pants and Vests to match. QcnU
Furnishing Goods , Hats , Caps. Iloslery. Fine Linen Shirts. Fancy Cheviot and Uottoo
Shirts , in all Grades and Colors ; Valises. Traveling Bags , and Satchels. Fine Calf BooU
Shoes , Qaitors. and Brogans. A full assortment of
Fine Gold and Silver Watches
Chains , Rings ic. . Rifles. Shot Guns. Korolvers and Cutlery in Great Variety.
My prices are so low that tbe meanest man in town has rurchated a complete outSt
without grumbling. If this does not satisfy the r jblio that my prices are way down , then
I can only invite a call from each and every individual , within a radius of a thousand
miles , wben they can satisfy themselves , by personal inspection. Call and see me any time.
Yon will always find my store open. My prices are so low that I do not even take th
trouble to lock up nights. _
Henrv Langhlin ,
151 Fftrnhara StreoVBot. lOth and nth Omaha
Money Loaned - - - - - AD Kils of eoc& Bought jjtjoM | |
Wholesale dealer in all kinds of Foreign
TT1 j 19E * * * TP J T
Imported Swiss cheese. Limborger , Imitation Strlra cheese. Muenster. Sapjauo. Philfcdel
pMa , Hand okeeso. Cream cheese , Holland herein * [ 07 the keg ] Russian sardines. Auch
oitsCariarSardfclles. French mustard , bribe gallon. No. 233 Douglas street. On-aha
-MAX MEYER & BHO. .
ffAiufllAKJiliS AiiJJ JliSiJiiL
Jobbers of Watches , Clocks and Jewelry ,
MAX MEYER & CO. ,
and 174 FarxLham Street , Osmha. K"ebrn.stmS
WHOLBSALS DEALERS IN
MAX MEYER &
- WHOLESALE DEALERS ! *
The Largest Stock in the "West ! !
Y/s-tcrn sionls for
WINCHESTER AND SHARP'S EIFLES
Wiioh ira sell at Bottom Price ? .
to fi > eaeH < 9end for Price
A Full Assortment of Cartridges !
t8 & 174 Farnh&an-St. . Cog. 31th. OP ? ah a , Keb.
MAX MEYER & BRO. .
G3NSBAL s JOS THE UNRIVA1LED
Knnbs , Siolnwny , Emerson and Parlor Gem Pianos , Mason & Han.
Estey , Siionlnger auU Bordett Organs.
lUliin StriniS , Shset HnHc. VioHcs. Gnitan. Flatw. Brass Instruments , and
of Musical Merchandise
G-ents' Furnisliing G-o ds , Hats ,
Caps , Trunks , Valisses tc. , Site. , Etc.
242 FARNHAM STREET. I - - OMAHA STEB
COR.rOURTE : NiH : , I ,
rccnn t !
O , CT.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Show Oases and Fancy Toy Furniture
Picture Frame Bfouldfngs Kept oil Hand.
Special attention given to repair of all kind of polished and costly furniture and mni-ica
instruments. Address , 237 Tass-st. . Omaha . Neb.
CHARLES D. WOODWORTH ,
Freight and Farm Wagons ,
Freighters Supplies , Buggiesr&c.&c.
Doualas-St. Omaha Nebraska.
228 - , - , .
dec27J ( OPPOSITE ACADEMY OF MU8IC. ) Itf
3 t )
CD gS Ho
a W 1 ° 15
9g 9B ? * 0
1- > A
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BTEOJf BEXD. BUB.
Byron Reed & Co. .
TBK OLOK8T ISTABLISHZD
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Lbstract of title t all r
itate in Omana and Douglas eouaty.
SI. O , MoKOON , Agent.
Fcom No. 2 , Creighton Block ,
OMABA - NEBRASKA.
Reliable Companies ! Prompt Adjustments
Imperial A Northern , of LondonS34 000 000
Royal , of Liverpool - 25 000 000
Phenli , of New York - . 2 700 000
Continental , of New York - 2 900 OOO
German American , of New York 2 10U 000
Fire Atsoci urn of Philadelphia- 600 000
American , of Philadelphia - 1 30r ) 000
Pennsjlwi : . , , -f Philadelphia 1 COO 000
Natiena * . of iiart.rord - _ 1 100 000
Orieot of c. . 'fonl . . . - 800 000
Western , -f to ) onto - 1 600 000
Boring flsl 1. ui jpringfield Mass. 1 SCO CO )
Commercik" " -.ion. London - 18 SCO 000
Roger William * , of Providence.
R. I . M . .H..HMHH. . . . . . goo 000
Totil cash capital repic3cnted-.t97.000.000
OH MEAL GROUND AM FOR SALE
IK LARGE OR SHALL QUANTITIES IT
CAMFBELI/S FEED TVTTT.T.
Eighth and Farnham t&rectt.
BEST FEED Kimil FOR MILCH GOffS i HBBSES
Woodman k Taft having ( riven up
that branch of tnoir business.
oetaatf O. C CAMPBELL
E. rt COOK
WBOLISALE AND R TAH.rS OK
BOLK TTISTERS AGENT FOR
Wl CELEB8ATEO WflOBEHT JBOI COIL'BIICL
BOASTERS. LAUNDRY STOVES 4C. .
Sales from 70 to 75,000.
537 Fourteenth street , - - Omaha !
SHIM UPPORTOM'fi '
NEW TWO STORY HOUSE
FOR RENT. "
.Has Abasement with kitchen and eight
rooms in the two stories above , besides
CLOSETS AND PANTRY.
WELL AND CISTERN
. AT KITCHEX DOCK.
. we yard and garden attached , has out
buildings and all conveniences , and is in
every way a very desirable place. Apply
on premised , cor. 16th and Leavenworth.
[ 6.5 ] ian6 2w
who for the last three months has delivered
THE XOWER VEIN COAL ,
and has observed the general satisfaction
HAH MADE ARRAKOXVE3T8 WITF
DORSE1T4 CO - - - Agents.
for all that be can fell.
Leave orders with
ED-WARD W1RTH482 13th St.
Bot. Farnham and Hm.ra.oy ,
Or-F. A. Schneider. Farnham-st. bet. 12th
and 13th itreet , or with
H. ROLFER HIMSELF
The coal will all h weighed at City scales.
and old by car load or ton. jani-lm
JOHN RICHARD. Proprietor.
Farnham St. Bat. 9th and ICth.Elf. . - .
OMAHA. . . .
IhU Hotel U Newlanl EtteJ
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