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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1878)
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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
Ifl Eftrred to tttbEcriben by carrier , to any
part of tie city , every evening , ( Sundayi excepted -
cepted ) at fifteen eentj per week.
All eoapUints aboat irrecularitlcS. or im
proper delireryot the paper. If address to
thw office , trill reelove prompt attention ,
7'e OmaJta Daily See has by far the larc-
ert ctrccUtioa both in Omaha and abroad
a id < E therefore , the best and cheapest ad-
Jif OaaKa TJaSy See will bo milled to
tubecribers at the following rates , payable
invmsilein adynce : IS.OO per annmn.
l TM OaaJta WetMv JgafZ.OOper year.
B V-rO * IKTtRESTIKO MI8CXLI.AKT. LATICT
VOKBTAKT AJfO OOKUEKTIAL BETOKT8. RAIL-
CO .D AKD rOSTOFTICK TIME-TABLM , BK >
WELF & MCDONALD , IM
PORTERS AND MAMJPACTU.
JKEKS OF CLOAKS AND eUTTS.
50 Farnham street. BeplS tf
Bead J. B , French & Co's new
price list in another column. nSOtf
' Bennett & Co. , hate and furs.
First class job printing , at low.
est figures , at the BEE office.
lave boss are bringing $3.25 to
$3.45 per hundred pounds in
Oman * .
Cify Clerk Taylor Is quite an
artist. His drawings speak for
Subscriptions are being solicited
for the furnishing of the new First
M. JS. church.
The remarkably warm weather
of the present winter is all owing to
the heated discussions on bell. .
The Bkaltng at the foot of Farn-
ham street still continues good , and
large crowds erjoy the sport every
The BEE job office is the place
to get i w prices and FIRST CLASS
The private masquerade party
nt Masonic -hall Wednesday was
well attended , and a very pleasant
time-was had by all.
The opening hop of a eerlei re-
ccntly arranged at the Barrack ? ,
tookjplace Wednesday eve. It was
quite largely attended , and was a
very pleasant affair , lasting from
eight to half past one o'clock.
Mr. A. T. El well , agent of the
I'uilcd States Express at Council
Bluffs , and Miss Carrie C. Test , also
of that placewere married Wednec-
dsy afternoon and left for the East ,
intending to be absent a couple of
As yet there haa not been
enough cold weather to form ice
sufficiently thick to cut , and the
prospect is that tbo ice crop will
prove a failure. And hence the
complaining voice of the ice man is
heard in the land.
Regular quarterly meeting of
Trinity Cathedral chapter to
day. Holy communion 10 a. in. ,
imsineea meeting immediately af
terwards ; evening service at 7:30 ,
with sermon by one of the visiting
There will be no meeting this
evening at the First Baptist Church ,
as previously announced. Rev. Mr.
Jameson , the pasfor , and Rev. Mr.
"Williams , of Nebraska City , left to.
day f jr Fremont to attend the quar
terly meeting of the JScbraskaBlate
Gen. 1. A. M. Dudley , for
merly of the department of the
Platte , has been tried at Santa Fe ,
Iew Mexico , and found guilty of
conduct prejudicial to the good or
der and discipline of the army , &c. ,
aud has been suspended from rank
pay for three months.
T. C. BBDNNEB , the standard
grocer , haa the finest ana beet
assorted stock of fancy imported
ami staple groceries in the city.
Yon will do well to give him a call ,
as he makes first-class goods a spe
cialty and his prices are as low as
tlio .lowest for the same quality of
goods , and are clean and fresh.
At the annual election of officers
i'f the Flrst-Baptlst Church Wed-
x'cKlay the following were chosen
trustees to fill vacancies : Watson
B. Smith , b.P. Brigee , W. T.Sea-
man and A. W Phelps ; deacons ,
O. S. Wood , Uilah Hobby , Roswell
Smith and Thomas Bonn er ; treasurer
urer , W. T. Seaman ; clerk , Wateon
II B. Smith.
The opening party of the Impe *
lW I3ab Wednesday atClark'ohall
was a grand success. The pro.
gramme was well arranged , and the
music by Hoffman and Neale was
excellent. W. H. Clark is the pres
ident of the club ; 8. B. Reed , sec
retary ; and W. T. Rogers , A. Me-
Jvcnzle , W. O. Sanders , and James
X Woodard are the executive com
Before ordering your commer
cial printing call at BEE job office
nad get figures.
A. few days ago the BEE ex-
poBsd a swindle that is being played
by an eailern outBt , and yesterday
n man called at the BEE office aud
V.ited that he bad been bitten by
the swindle about a year ago , and
ha had Just got another opportunity
to invest in the same enterprieei
The circular , which Is sent out to
jwraons all over the country by
"Russell & Co. , of 37 Bond street.
> aw York , " states that the recipi
ent is the owner of an unclaimed
lottery prize , consisting of jewelry
valued at , for example , $200 , and
i hat it will be sent by express on
receipt of ten per cent of the value ,
i. o. I/ook out for this scheme , as it
U nil a put up Job , as the jewelry is
it worth one-tenth ot the percent-
* - * < required. It is a new way of
foi'3g trash for a good pnco. If
yu have ever invested in a lottery
v-m will DO likely to receive one of
these circulars , as the names of
' ; I , SQ persons who have purchased
1-ittery tickets for the last ten yearn
? recorded , and these records ore
vcaslble to the eender ? of these
ter of appraisements.
The Toniest Indian in America.
After a Brief but Brilliant Career
on tlie Stage He Ilcllres
Again to the * 'Bosom
uf ( lie Forest. "
Corrjliiff iTltlt Iliiu JVnuierwus PrrB-
eulbfrouilluffnlo Kill nml Ofbcra.
Two Bears is the name of an
Ogalalla Sioux Indian Chief , who
arerived in the city Wednesday
from Chicago in company with an
army officer In whose charge he was.
Laat summery while Hon. W. F
Cody , better known as Buffalo Bill ,
waa taking his summer vacation
out west , at the Indian agencies , he
conceived the Idea or introducing a
real live Indian on the stage m a
play that was being written for him
by Major Burt of this city , and
which has since been most success
fully brought out under the title ol
"May Cody. " Ot course nohigh
private of the rear rank" would answer -
swer ; nothing but a real high-up
chipf would GH the bill ; and ae-
cordlngly at Red Cloud agency Buf
falo Bill selected and engaged Mr
Two Bears , and In the fall took him
east with him and superintended
bis debut before the delighted audi
ences of the eastern cities. The
debut was a success. Two Bears
took the role of an Indian , ol
course , in which the principal
business was ( o roll around on tht
stage and do some wholesale scalp
ing. The critics admitted that hie
part was beyond criticism. In fact ,
his acting was a little too realistic at
times , especially when he had taken
on too much fire-water. One day
he had a difference of opinion with
Nelson , the interpreter , aud a lively
"onpleasantnesa" ensued. Two
Bears bore down on Nelson with
his tomahawk , and would have
killed him had not Buffalo Bill op-
jportunely rushed in and knocked
Two Bara head over heels. Bill
asked Two Bears what he waa
about , aud ibo chief , with Washingtonian -
ingtonian truthfulness , replied that
he could not tell a lie he waa
about to cut Nelson to pieces with
bia lUtlu tomahawk. Bill coin-
mended the chief for his straightforwardness -
forwardness , aud told him ho might
ba the fatner of a large family
yet , if he only bad a fair show.
Two Bears was so pleased at this en
couraging remark , * hat ho forgave
Bill for putting a bead on him , and
thenceforward their friendship was
as strong as ever.
Two Bears was a great favorite
wherever he appeared , and was o
strong card in the Buffalo Bill com
bination. He bad all the fire-water
he wanted to driub , as everybody
treated him. He never refused to
"saiile with the boys" until he
reached Cleveland , where an Inci
dent happened that caused him to
become a temperance man. A
young lady electioneered him on the
subject of temperance , and finally
succeeded in inducing him to
"swear off" and join the Murphy
movement. The young lady gave
him a blue ribbon badge in token of
his pledge , and he has ever since
kept the ribbon aud kept his
pledge. He has not touched a drop
of fire-wuter since , notwithstanding
he has been invited thirty or forty
times a day to drink. To every in
vitation ho would emphatically re
ply , "Wahneetchi , " which , trans
lated , means , "I drink no more. "
He has traveled all over the East
visiting all the principal cities.
Upon arriving at Chicago , however ,
be became homesick and made up
his mind to return to his own pee
ple. Before leaving Chicago Buf
falo Bill gave him S150. n part of
which he invested in a now suit of
black clothes , a stove.plpo hat ,
congress gaiters in fact a complete
white man's outfit. Bill also gave
him a gun , a gold watch and chain
and other presents. He also re-
celved numerous presents from dif
ferent ladies. Ho was turned over
to the military and then sent
to Omaha. He spent nearly
all of to-day at the military head-
< luartors He had a long talk with
Gen. Crook , whom he regards as a
great warrior. He doesn't talk any
English , but as Gen. Crook cau con
verse eomewhat in the Sioux lan
guage and understands the signs ,
the chief had but little difficulty in
making himself understood.
Two Bears says that when he goer
back to bia village and tells the
young men of all that he boa seen ;
of the number of warriors that he
haa met ; I hat he could not count the
towns nor the people in the towns ;
that the Hioux nation , compared
with the white people , is but as i >
drop in the great Missouri river ;
that he cannot count the number
of the ladlen who have fallen in love
with him ; then will the young
men pronounce him the boss liar of
Iwo Bears appears very proud of
his new suit of clothes , and especi
ally of bis stove-pipe , which he fre
quently smooths down with a little
brush which he carries for the pur
pose , aud ho does it with as much
skill and grace as any man we ever
saw. A valuable pin ornaments
his nobby cravat. His long hair
flows down over his shoulders and is
kept in good order , he Laving learn
ed to patronize the barber during
his travels. The thick , solid gait
ers , however , do not allow him to
walk with the accustomed light
tread of the moccasined Indian ,
and it is puepec-ed tnat he is al
ready cultivating a corn crop ; how
ever , this la n big step towards civ
ihzatloii , as it is the Intention of the
government to induce all the Indi
ans ( o follow agricultural pursuits.
To an observer it would eeem that
Two Beam la without doubt the
tonlest aud best dreaged Indian in
America , aud when he returns to
his native heath , the red heathens
trill no flnubl tor a while look upon
him with a Jealous and an envious
eye. To an observer it would seem
GIrton , the English college for
< uiiiKti-fitrMM-M-m Mr viiiui""tn vr
old "Spot , " but this is not the case ,
however , as he has great reverence
for Spotted Tall , and considers him
a great chief.
S.TWO Bears will leave to-day
for Yaukton , and thence go to 1113
new Spotted Tall agency. Lieut.
Sohuylef , o ? Gen. Crook'a staff , will
deliver this "ward of the nation" to
Gen. O'Brien , who will see that he
reaches his destination " right side
up , 1th care. "
All wool merinos at 25 cents
Navy-blue , seal-brown and
bronze 65 "
Dress goods ( worth 50c ) 35 "
A large , choice lot at from 20 to 25
cents ; see them.
Ladiea1 and children's merino and
Ihecy-lined hose at decided bar *
gains. Ladies' , Gentlemen's and
children's underwear must be seen
to bo appreciated. In the men's
gloves we are offering , you will be
surprised to see the prices. Call and
examine. A large lot of ribbons at
15 cents per yard , worth from 20 to
35 cents. Call at Bushman's if you
wish to eecuru dry goods at the
lowest living cash prices. 34 3t
Have you aten that beautiful
"Centennial Medal Award" at Cur.
ner's. His NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC
STUDIO , Williams' block , 15th and
Dodge , is SUPERIOR to any in Mow
On Sunday arrangements were
made for Mr. O'Leary to lecture on
his travels in Europe and America
on Monday night in the Emmet
Monument Hall , but owing to a
meeting of the Grand Army of the
Republic for the same evening , the
lecture was postponed till to-night at
8 o'clock. Mr. O'Leary is a good
speaker and a close observer , aud
bsiug himself a worklngmau , his
views on the social and general con
ditions of the people on both sides
of the Atlantic , will be worthy of
Hard to Beat fine-cut. Max Meyer -
er & Co's.
B. I. Hiumau , Esq. , of North
Platte , registered at the Grand Cen
tral Wedneday : evening.
Dr. C. J. Fox , of Chicago , ar
rived in Omaha to-day , and is
quartered at the Planters' Hotel , as
a guest of Mr. Willis Sweet.
Jutlsre Valentine , of West Point ,
pissed through the city Wednesday
homeward bound from Burlington ,
Iowa , where he went to attend the
funeral of his mother.
Among the arrivals at the Metro
politan are the following : J S Tappan -
pan , Franklin , Pa ; E Heifer , Chicago
cage ; S D Stone , Plattsmouth ,
Neb ; J B Chappelear , McDonnells-
villo ; J B McAfee , Topeka , BJ3 ; S
35 Blakeley , California ; G C Gat-
ton , York , Neb. '
Among the arrivals at the Grand
Central are the following : CSPJat-
tenburg , Chicago ; A J Bernard ,
Buffalo ; F R Plumb , Philadelphia ;
C H F Smith , a Ruger , New York ;
H A Cooke , Quinoy ; Jas K Spons-
ler , Pitteburg ; Craig L Wright ,
aioux City ; S A Flagler , Otlumwa.
Mr. L. I. Kaas , of New York , a
practical Jeweler of several years'
experience with leading firms in the
metropolis , has been employed by
Max Meyer & Bro. , of this city , and
in the few days he has been here he
has already turned out such work as
stamps him to be a thoroughly first *
Covenant Degree Lodge , I. O. O.
F. , meets this evening for work in
the different degrees. All members
aud fifth degree members of subor
dinate lodges are requested to be
present. L. A. bTEELE , Bec'y.
Why will you pay a large commission -
mission to agents , when you can
buy a first class. ' piano , including
cover and stool , warranted for five
years , for $250.00 cash , at Max
Meyer & Bro's.
HORSES FOR SALE.
At the Checkered barn there io a
Hue lot of horses , from Missouri , for
aale cheap. This Is a splendid op
portunity for persons wishing to
purchase good horses at low figures.
For Caps , go to Bunco's J23 2t
Auction at Murray's every day.
The Neb. Farmer. tmDsenp'ns and adr't
no'd at the Grand Cen'l News Stand. c23tf
The rapidly Increasing demand
for Ellert's Extract of Tarand ; Wild
Cherry , is a positive indication of
its merits. Thousands of individuals
who have been cured of Coughs ,
Colds , Bronchitis and Incipient Con
sumption , where other remedies
have failed , are the best proofs pos
sible that this is without doubt the
best cough remedy yet discovered.
A POISON ,
Deadly in effects , known as sugar of
lead , enters largely into the compo
sition of the eo-called hair restora
tives if the present day , and many
cases of death have resulted from
tlielruse. Dr. J. Newton Smith's
Hair Rastorativo does not restore
color to the hair , but restores hair to
the scalp , hence it does not contain
nor need any poison. Note this
fact , ye who are using poison hair
truck. Go to C. F. Goodman's and
Disease and Death , when they
reach our own household , are too
serious for jesting , we use our best
endeavors to drive off the dread
messengers , and are only happy
when we feel that they are at a dis
tance At the first approach of that
fell destroyer , Consumption , In the
f nape of a cough or slight cold as well
as more severe Bronchial or
Oatarrbal Complaint * , we should at
once use Eilert'a Extract of Tar and
Wild Cherry. It has no superior in
puch cases. Every bottle warrant
ed to give satisfaction. Bold by all
Druggists , octl § egd&wly
A F r er Osaka M Commits a
Mvrder at Ckeyenne.
On Monday night laat fhillp A.
( jfeorge , better known as "Lon. "
George , ehot and fatally wounded
John Moore , a sergeant of Company
A , Fifth cavalry , at Cheyenne. The
victim died on Tuesday. Qeorgo
was formerly a resident of Omaha ,
and waa employed for a time by
the omnibus company. ' He
was a hard character and
bore a bad reputation while
in Omaha , lie was engaged in sev
eral brutal and unprovoked assaults ,
one in particular being the assault
on Dr. Charles.
The following account of the
shooting affray is taken from the
Cheyenne .Sun of Tuesday morning :
Last night about 11 o'clock a
shooting atlray took place near the
railroad track , south of the Metro
politan Hotel , which will probably
result in the death of John Moore ,
Bergeant Co. A.'Fifth cavalry. The
shooting is said to have been done
by P. A. George , known about the
city as "Lon" George , and employ
ed by Ida Hamilton as a hostler.
The ball entered the stomach of
Moore , cutting directly through the
liver. George was arrested by Offi
cer Howard , at Ida Hamilton's sta
ble , as he was in the act of saddling
the well kuown horse "Whalebone , "
preparatory , as it is supposed , to
taking bis flight.
Officer lugalls arrested. Joseph
Marrou , a driver at Tdorpe's livery
stable , as an accomplice of George's
and both were lodged in the county
fail. The wounded man was taken
to Dr.JBarkwell's office on Sixteenth
street , inhere bis wound was dressed
by that physician , who pronounced
his injury of a fatal character.
It was deemed advisable to take
the prisoner , George , into the pres
ence of the wounded man , for iden
tification , and he was accordingly
brought down irom the CourtHocsu
and taken to Dr. Barkwell's fllce ,
wbero Moore lay writhing on the
floor in intense agony. As soon as
George entered the room , Moore
pointed him out , saying , "I think
that is the man who shot me. " He
then proceeded to describe George's
clothing ; said he had on. a light
overcoat and a black felt hat. The
prisoner , as he then appeared , wore
a light hat and bad no overcoat on.
He indignantly denied having worn
a light overcoat during the evening.
Mr. A Gueck , who was present ,
was positive he saw George inhis | sa
loon early in the evening , with an
overcoat on such as described by
Moore. This remark from Gueck
exulted the wratn of the prisoner ,
who called him several hard names
and become so obstreperous that the
Sheriff was necessitated to remove
him from the room , and soon after-
war is took him back to the county
Th3 wounded man was removed
m an ambulance to Fort Russell
about midnight , where he will re
ceive the best of attention. He is a
fine looking , gentlemanly appearing
man , has a large circle of friends at
the Fort , and is quite popular with
George , who is charged with fir
ing the shotis a smooth-faced young
man , about 22 or 23 years old , and
considered a pretty hard customer.
He came here from Omaha , where
he was a 'bus driver.
CAUSE OF THE SHOOTING.
Sergeant Moore , the wounded
man , gave a Sun reporter the following -
lowing facts regarding the affair :
He and a comrade from the fort had
been sitting in the Concert Hall on
Ferguson street , and upon coming
out started to go up the alley-way
between the Hall and Jesse King's
wineparlore. The other soldier ,
who was In advance , was knocked
down by one of four men. He cried
for help and Moore went to his as
sistance. Upon reaching the spot
where his friend lay upon the
ground he waa also attacked by one
of the men , who knocked him
down , seized his bat , and ran out
of the alley to Ferguson street , fol
lowed by the other three fellows.
Moore followed them across the
track , south of the Metropolitan , for
the purpose of recovering his
hat , and while advancing
upon the party received the
shot at the hands of "JLon" George.
He is unable to account for the cause
of their attack upon himself and
companion , but is inclined to be
lieve that robbery was their object.
"Lon" George and Joseph Mar-
ron both stoutly deny having any
thing to do with the f hooting. Their
preliminary examination is expect
ed to take placa to day , at which
time additional facts will doubtless
Max Meyer & Co's Favorite plug
is what you want. It is the best.
The gourmet talks eloquently
about truffled quails , pate Ue foie
gras and other such delicacies. Fin
him down , though , and you'll find
he admits the supreme Importance
of good bread , biscuit , rolls , etc.
Here all agree on the basis of true
gastronomy. To be sure of the
most delicious things baked from
flour you must useDooLEV's YEAST
C. F. Catliu , of the Omaha Book
Company , has been duly commis
sioned & NOTARY PUBLIC for Doug
las county. 24d2t
Prof. Adolphe Maitre , Dancing
Madter , graduate from Paris.
Teaches ladies , gentlemen and ju
veniles. All modern fashionable
dances and gracefulness , Waltz ,
Newport , Saratoga , Landers , &o. ,
&o. Address or apply at 336 Cass
street , between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth. Hours , 9 to 10 a. m. ;
2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. References
For Gloves , go to Bunco's. J23 2t
Eaton , the photographer , will
soon move in bis New Gallery , on
the first floor. He prides himself
on having the most complete one
west of ISew York. ja2tf
A flue line of imported Cheviot
received at the Omaha Shirt Facto
ry. They are going fast. Come and
THE ONLY PLACE
In the city to obtain genuine Bottled
tled Milwaukee lager beer is
at Rlchter's , corner of Ninth and
Howard streets. Family trade solic
ited and all orders will receive
prompt attention. eep21-8mo
To close out a lot of Buflalo Robes
from the British possessions , we
have reduced the price 25 per cent.
"Now buy Robes. "
G. H. & J. 8. COLLINS.
A Womaa Killed by * a Fiendish
Half Dreed Indian la Conn *
oil iflnfb. -
A terrible murder was committed
atCauncil Bulfis yesterday morning ,
the victim being Mrs. Smith , wife
of an extensive grape grower resid
ing at Council Bluffs. It appears
that Mr. Smith , with his two child
ren came over to Omaha on business
on the 8 o'clock dummy , leaving bis
wife at home with three other small
children. It was during his absence
that the deed was perpetrated. She
was found dead In the cellar about
eleven o'clock , with her throat cut ,
the body being still warm.
\Vhen Mr. Smith returned to
Council Bluffs at 2 o'clock , he was
charged with the murder , but he
soon convinced bis accusers of his
innocence and that he know noth
ing of the murder until in
formed of it upon his return
It appears that Mr. Smith had in
his employ a half-breed Indian , and
when be was looked for it was found
that he bad suddenly aud mysteri
ously disappeared. It then became
evident to nearly everybody that
the deed was committed by this In
dian , and on examination it was
discovered that the deceased had
passed through a terrible struggle in
her efforts to resist ravishment at
the bauds of her murderer.
We have been able only to obtain
a few facts in the case , but will pre
sent a full account in our next issue.
An active search is being made
for the murderer.
WM. GENTLEMAN ,
Choice Family Groceries ,
PROVISIONS & PRODUCE ,
ar.E. Cor. IGtli & VOSH
Godfrey & Dexter ,
Pnill ? ] ? ? AWTl QPTFG1 MTTTQi
lUroiib liJj orM JJuLLo !
Manufacture of and Vcaleriin
Mustard , Cream Tartar ,
NONPAREIL BAKING POWDER ,
Ask Tour Grocer
For our Fresh Boasted and Ground Coffees
and Nonpareil Baking Powder , and take no
other. Voraalo by all flrft c.asa grocers-
291 DOUGLAS ST. , OMAHA.
. . ,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in all kinds ol
Fresh W , Fruits
NJD JKOX > TJCE.
No , ? il Donjlas Street.
Iletirccn 121 Ii and 13th , OMAHA.
* Comignmcnl of Sutler & Eggt Solicited.
Robt. Herrick ,
Groceries and Provisions ,
Gntlery Toys end Notions ,
CALIFORNIA FRUIT STORE.
260 Dodge Street/
O . < 5c 2ST. W.
TUB A NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY.
Emnracas under one management the Great
Trunk Railway lines of the West and North
west , and. with its numerous branches and
connections , forms the shortest and quickest
route between Chicago and all points in Ill
inois , Wisconsin. Northern Michigan , Min
nesota , Iowa. Nebraska , Callifornia and the
Western Territories. Its
OMAHA AND CALIFORNIA LINE
Is the shortest and best ronto between Chicago
cage and all points in Northern Illinois ,
Iowa , Dakota , Nebraska. Wyoming , Colora
do. Utah. Nevada , California , Oregon , Chi
na. Japan and Australia , Its
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL 4 MINNEAPOLIS
Line is the shortest line between Chicago
and ell points in Northern Wisconsin and
Minnesota , and for Madison. St. Paul. Min
neapolis , Dnluth , and all points in the Great
LA CROSSB , WINONA & ST. PBTERL1NB
Is the beit route between Chicago and La
Croese , Wlnona. Rochester.Owatonna.Man-
kato. St. Peter. New Ulm. and all point !
in Southern and Central Minnesota , IU
GREEN BAY AND MARQUETTE LINK
Is the only line between Chicago and Janes-
ville. Watertown , Fond dn Lac. Oshkosh.
Appleton. Green Bay , Escanaby , Negannee ,
Marquette , Houghton , Hancock , and he
Lake Superior Conntrv. IU
FREEPORT AND DUBUQUE LINE
Is the only route between Chicago and Kl
ein. Rockford. Freeport , and all pnints via.
CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE LINE
the oldest Lake Shore Route , as is th
only one passing between Chicago and
Evaneton. Lake Forest. Highland Park ,
Wsukegun , Racine. Kenosha and Milwau
rCtLlUiC rAHCHlDttiWIVG BOOH OAKS
are ran on all thronsh trains of this read.
This is the only line running these oars
oetween Chicago and Et.Panl ! and Minneap
olis. Chicago and Milwaukee. Chicago and
Wlnona. or Chicago and Green Bay.
Close connections are made at Chicago
with the Lake Shore 4 Michigan Southern
Michigan Central , Baltimore & Ohio , Pitts-
burg , Ft. Wayne & Chicago. Kaukakee
Line and Fan Handle Routes , for all points
East and South-east , and with the Chicago
and Alton and Illinois Central for all points
Close connections are also made with the
Union Pacific R. R. at Omaha for all far
Close connections made at junction points
wllh train ; of all cross points.
Tickets over this ronto are sold by al
Coupon Ticket Agents in the United States
Remember , yon ask for your tickets via
the Chicago 4 Horth Western Railway , and
take none other.
New .York once. No. 115 Broadway : Bos
ton Office. No5 State street ; Omaha Office.
215 Farnham Stfoet : Chicago Ticket Offices ,
62 Clark Street , under Sherman House ; 75
Canal , corner Madison Street ; Kinzle
Street Depot , corner W. Kinzie and Canal
Streets ; Wells Street Depot , corner Wells
and Kiniie Streets.
For rates or information not attainable
from your home ticket agents , apply to
W. H. STKSKiTT.Gen.Pass.Ag't. Chicago.
MIEVIN H08HTTT. Gen. Mang'r Chicago
The Only Immediate RelieJ ,
and certain euro : Doctor
, , T , . , - . Strong's European Remedy.
HFITlATfrTA ? ia evefy cnse
lU'UMLlIiOPrico $1. Prepared and
mailed only by JM. HARDY. Box 172 , Chi !
oago. 111. nov28w4t
* . . -
Mirntsc Guide itlurtri'
with numerous eagram
from life trmehri il thei
JllUltUOhCMjIcl k OV I
Courtihip. M m f. t
I'hTiiolociral Mj tfr
and RcTtlaiioni oft
illktnd of Ducftici. irjth hundreda of Talnable we p *
10 should marry .the irnpMin > enti to rnarriae * . their n
and c-ire. Treats on a'l Dimira. fully frpfaimriz thf
* u < e , ymptomtandmeanitocure ; it la the only res
-len'iOe ork otlhe kind eTtrpuWnaed. and Iicnmplr
i rrtrt - . Sect tealed ' n
n-fprrt. ccurely on rece'pt ot ; cl
ri.lre. . . Jr. C. A. Bontl UH , tr " " -
Louti.Ma. Pitjblii } UJ
i. . M
w-i comtte or worthj to be published In both
KnfflUh and Oermnn . Oco large and prorue5
11 nut ruled , jet low j-rlccd Tolume.Ticxe toeccctecu o
T.T others * i Iradldlj illoitrateJ anrfmat erir > croaehln Gnat
> ct auU10lebnUon. AGENTS WANTED ! F
ry. better. ra > ehauca for Affrnts Kckiag ijlrtt cVw boot
ron > laton ACordperlptImi and liberal t nnt , to
rttjrtbl * on the mjitoii
ofUiewzualaTiUxn. itt tbutti
GUIDE eta. , la rt tCfcoTrrln in th
ut ; on how to prwerrt Ue health , and complexion , as
r.flo fadrd cbeekj the tretanejaofToatbtheb itau
inly true MamMreQuWe In t-a world. Price A ) cent
'jlfjil. The author miy be coarailed perxmauy it H
til on UIT of the nblecU rnestlontdin hit vork < Hnf
ut liTQ e
peat , the bed-hue , that at "ncst-hld-
inft" he excels Beecber ; as a sucker
he ia superior to the cUpflhg pbrnj ) ,
while he equals Lydla Thompson at
"drawing. " It is rather strange that
they refuse the blood of a lady who
has the hysterics , or who is prostra
ted with" " any chronic female com
plaint. Now it strikes us that all
ladles , who are aQHcted as above in
dicated , should at once resort to the
use of that wonderful fcmalo medi
cine known as English Female Bit
ters , and be cured of these female
troubles , that they may furnish good
wholesome blood food to the starv
ing bed-bugs. Full particulars can
be had of C. F. Goodman , corner of
16th and Capitol avenue.
Mothers will find Dr. Wincnell's
Teething tfyrup just the medicine to
have in the house fur tlie children ,
it will cure colds , coughs , sore throat
and reeulate tlie bo wcL- < , try it. Hold
by all Druggists. oc'.13 ' eod&wey
SANTA GLAUS IN THE MUD.
Everyone knows when he's in town
Santa at Bunco's can always be found.
This yoir. the mud boins nearly kneadeop
lie thought he'd surely find us osloop.
But hearing a rac * et out by the door.
bunco saw Santa coining as often before
Ihe old follow was in a terrible plight
Covor'd with mud almost out of sight.
But happy and iolly and ever so gay.
II o opened his pack and till morn did stay
He promised cold weather , the jolly oil sou.
And to open the door up at the polo.
Ho left mittocs forEila. Kitio and Jane ,
Kor Willie and - ' hn. sieves of the same :
For mother , nice furtuis c\trso warm ,
And pain , n cap , so c'-od m a storm.
Collars , alw.ijsau , ( c .a dr you know ,
For Johnnie when kse g > 'tmt as a bsauf
For Jimmy , sus , i > adst . ever so Etroug ,
And hats for tbo K-T ! t i.mostat a cong
Always go to Buuca a fur Hats , Ulovoa
Suspenders , Shirt Collars. Keck wear. Va
liees. Traveling bags . thin Muds. Elctv
Buttons , ftc. . 242 Docglas St. . corner 14th.
NOTICE. Advertisements ot To Let. Jftr
6 lo. Lost. Wnnta. Found. Boarding. Jro.
will be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line ; each subsequent insertion ,
nvii UlSN'XS per line. The first ineeruon
never less than \yj5NTY-yiVg CENTS.
TO LOAK MONEY.
ONEY Tu fcUAW uA. EDWARDS.
M 181 Farnham street. nov"3m *
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
W-ANlED-Girl for general house-work
at N. E. cor , lllh and llarney. ja2t'
WAMVKll Uirl for general hou'awork
at American House jl'Jtt
WANTED Girl for cenoral housework"
One bringing good recommendations
and able and willing to work will be paid
liberal wagt * . Apply atb W cor. California
A 21st Streets It
ANTfcD situation , a strong , healthy
man io do any kind of work , address
P. A. Bee Office. j. 2tT
W ANTED Si.uation as nurse girl , sd-
dress Q. M. Bea Office. j24 It *
WA A 7 RD MISCKLLANKn US.
WANTED borne one to buy oat a tmisi-
ness , established It&f. and on a good
paying basis : gcodiojsons in\cn for wan-
h address y. M.lo ! Office , jlllvr
WANTED-Partncr with $3000. I have
a stock of General Merchanduo
amounting to. from'SKOO to * 70JJ and wish
a partner with tbe above amount to take a
half interest ; a good chince fur a young
man. Addicjs Merchant Omaha Bee. j Ui *
fOR RKNT-R 0 QMS.
l/Oll BENT The Library Rooms , enquire
J ; on promises. John Q. Willis.
_ TO _
If OR KKN1 Ono brick house , 1 rocrnsaml
-L. cellar , with nil modern improvement !
llth and Pacific. Address Gzo 11 Peterson.
WUOthSt. _ jan/Ttf
1 < OK KENT Hon. Palmer's honso. 21st
A and Burt. W J C'OMNELL. dec2itf )
TpOKEENr llonse. Enquire of
J Dr. Edwardi. Itl Farna-p St. d31 1m *
FORRKNT Anew house 8 rooms and
kitchen , pantry. 4 c'osset' , collar , etc. .
on Casa bet , IMhand 1'Jth , caqu'reat llth
andfainam , J. Jobnton. _ j5 tf
FOK KBNT-Tho brick build ng at the
Konhwcst corner J9.h and Burt Strts.
formerly occupied as a grocery store. For
terms enquire at John Cane s. Ur Jobn
Baumer'a. 23.2 Farnhain ctreet. IGti
\ , OK HUNT Horn c. on 21st fat. and r ich-
* * olla Key riiposita. _ jil U *
FOR RENT-MISCEL LANEO US.
FOR RENT-Blaetsmith shop and dwel-
ling ear. Cass and IGth st Omaha. j231t
OR REM Saloon on 16th st. oiippeito
Jeflerson Square. 622 , the old "Water
Place. " _ ' _ j216t
FOJt bALB-JtEAL ESTATE.
99nP/Mf ihn fifi of tbo north one half
LL Ul 44 ' 1 1 ! ) DO of lot S in block 156. on
12th atroec. bet. Farnham and Ilarnoy. In-
oulreat JolToo House 01 premises , ocfitf
BOOSES AND LOTS f OR SALE.
1710R SALE-A lo 1 60x1 WJ4 feet . in Lowo's
-8J addition , commanding a fine view , for
190. Addreae R. . Bee Office. _ c22tf
FOR SALS MISOELLANSOOb
E OR SALE Very cheap for cash , a (5ur-
ley Compass , tripod and bet complete
5 % inch needle ; good 0.3 now. Call on Ueo.
Smith , county surveyor , Court House ,
PIANO FOR \LE-Chtap. . A. T.JIc-
Millnn.N. W. cor. Uth and Howard sta.
iT- e price , two
-1J soholarahips ia the Davenport Basics : !
College. Apply or address. "B. . " Bee
CURED nAMS Brca fast ba
SUGAR shoulder * and clear sides , alee
choice kettle rendered lird at wholesale at
packing house , south ou U P traci. Fat
noes wonted. D. Cooke novlb 3m
AOOTWNnnd SKOOrW-ttAATt 0001)3
. .t UU 'V..Hi. . aud Uoinmia-
JJJOttrii . Ui L * sn.s - rret. High
est price paid ' < r f.r-'juc , , bouschold
goods and second * > " - ' ' r febl7-tf
LOST At Masonic Hall , Wednesday eve
ning , a gold car King : Cndir please
leave eamo at C. F. Uoodcan's Drag fctoro ,
tinder Masonic Hall. _ j2 < 2t *
STRAYED Oco dark iron gray colt 8
months old , any information ns to its
whereabouts will bo thankfully receive 1 at
251 Davenport Street , or at the office of the
1T7 ILL exchange 2) ecres of land in Ef-
nnghamCo..Ills. . valued atS.COfor
a Good Piano. Addrcs * P.O. Iox ! 625. 19t6
171UKSALE iwo thirds interest in an es-
JG tibnhei ! and i rofitablo manufactnr
ing business in Om aba. employing at pres
ent -2 men. Satisfactory reason given for
selling. For particulars inquire nt Law
Office of T. W.T. ttichards , No. 509 Fourteenth -
teenth Street. _
Abb AT Ihe b. K. corner ot l.th .ind
Dodge Sts. for first class board and
well fnrM facdroomsat reduced prices JZlCt
"C'URLEAsE The east 22 feet of lot 8.
C.blocs. . 310. A good location fora clack-
smith shop. Enquire oi John Baumor , 232
Farnham Jtrest. _ 16tf _
MERCHANT TAILOX ,
Q. A. Lindqnest. the Mercnnr.t Vmlor. has
received a fall assortment of Clotas , Ciusi-
merea and Vesting : , for tall and winter
which can be made up in the latest style and
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction jnaran
teed. _ septS
Made by Agents selling
our Kabber PRINTING
STAUFS. Send for terms. Taylor Bros. Si
Co. Cleveland. Ohio. _ gep29JAicly
* UAR1) To all who are suffering from
A. the errors and indiscretions of youth.
nervous weakness , early decay , loss of man
hood , &o. , 1 will send a receipt that will
cureyouFREKOFCHARGK. This great
remedy waa discovered by a , miedonr.ry in
South America. Send n. self-addressed en
velope to the Kov. JOSEPH T. INMAN
Station D. lliblo House. New York City.
eiojaq SOOI.KI put
joe i no oniratiB 0 } poitentw i uaqqof
' } 9 JS
aeo m mmm
snivia riTnicHJt GET
* 0 SHSHfUQViOHYK
HI lo h
GASH , CASH , CASH !
I will sell for cash or "Give Cradit to responsible -
ponsiblo patties who ray their bills every
thirty day : , at the fallowing prioes ;
Compare my list with the FrancoJern a-
JembTBICTliV Cas1 ! Price lists , and tally
one for FEAKON. I have just received a
nice line of new Seasons' 'leas , and have
cut prices to the following rates :
An excellent YOUEK Kyron tea for . 40
A very choice do do > io . . . . . 80
The very lest do do ia town . .l 10
Good Kzglisb breakfast tea for
Very Gnest do do do .
Japan tea sittings ( an excellent article. . . 40
do ( a good ( tcepcr ) for . . . . . . . . . . . 0
do ( very finest flavor ) for . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Gunpowder tea ( choice article ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 00
do do ( best for money- . . . 1 40
Imperial ( best in town- . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
5tt > of good Rio coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 00
4KB very best Kio coffo - . 1 03
lib Arbackle's roasted coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
41b best roasted Rio coffee- . . . - 1 00
Best lard per pound - . . . . . . 10
' eft Calhoun flcur per sack. war'nted..2 75
Bait Perless flonr per sacK . - . . . . . . . . .2 75
A family flour per laok . . _ . . . 2 25
Best candles per pound . - . . S )
Best matches 7 bozos for. . . . - . 25
Bran per .00 pounds . - G >
Oats per bnahol . . . . . . - _ . - . 25
Corn do . . . - - . - 25
Early Hose Potatoes per bushel . 6 )
Best table sjrnp I or gallon . 75
Bo-t pickles do . < C
Best lye per box - . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . in
Best cheese per V > - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J5
Dried apples do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07
Currants do - . _ . 10
Haisins New Valencias . . 12K
Itaisms new Layers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Butter medium quality . . . 18
Butter frcth from dairy , choice - . . . . - . 3
Bo tapii'.osper bushel . - . . . ! 00
Mixed nickloB. pints . . - . . . 40
Chow chow do . -10
3 qts'ccinbcrrses for . 25
A full line of canned goods of standard
brands at lowest living ratej ; alto wocden-
wae. willow-ware , stone-ware , etc. . etc as
chcanas the choipest. I don't sell a few
articles below cost with the intention of
making oust' iners p y for the loss , on other
goods. Everything is down to the lowest
pimible prices , and I guarantee a month's
bill can be bought lower at my etore than
any other place in town.
E. Fearon ,
Corner of Witt & Dote Sts.
P.8. Highest price paid for farm produce
A good f table free for the accommodation of
farmers' teams " . "thu4fn6m
lias , in consideration of the hardships the
people bavo to undergo in wading through
the mad. reduced their prices as fol
lows : atS-Peoplo will do well to give us a
10 Ibs A sugar for 1 00
101-aibs C sugar - 1 00
12 1-2 brown sugar - 1 00
9 Ibs granulated sugar 1 00
5 " good Kio coffee - 1 CO
4 " beat do 1 00
A No 1 flour - 2 40
Beet silver glos starch per Ib 08
13 pounds best S. Carolina rice 1 00
81-2 do dried peaches . 1 00
14 do do apples 1 03
Best a. ola-s:8 pr gal. . . . . . _ 45
Beat syrup rcr gal. . 6Qa 5
Atmoio's mince meat- . . 11
ISlbsbestSt. Louis xixx crackers. . . . . . . . . 1 00
Frazer'a axle grease 03
Tea pr Ib 25a80
Ver * boat eun powder tea 1 03
do Young Hyson . . 1 CO
22 pounds cat meal _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . - . 1 00
21l > can cora . . . . . . . . . 17X
Pickles per gal . 40
iMlbs navy beans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 00
10 Ibs blackberries 1 00
Best61b can paacbes . . . . . . 22
Best jib can pumpkin . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . _ 15
do do squash- 15
do do peaches - . 18X
Best can lye 10
A i > ol broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - , . 15
Unadulterated coal oil 2u
Host Cod Fish pr Ib - 18
51b pitted cherries - 1 00
Southeast Corner of
16th and Chicago.
STS. OMAHA dc29tf
Public Benefactors !
WHO AKE ? WHY ,
J.B. FRENCH & CO. ,
They have raduecd the price of Groceries
fully 30 PER CENT. , and I can now buy
norr goods at their Store/or $20 than lean get
far SsO at any other , and every article ! s
warranted Just a * Represented. They sell
12 Ibs Uemarara sugar for . . . . . . . . . . . . * 1 00
Ij'A Ibs C Sugar for . - . . . - 1 00
10 Ibs A sugar for - . . _ . - I 00
9 Ibs Granulated Sugar for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 00
Rio coffee 5 pounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
0. Q. Java coffee 4 pounds for - . 1 00
Japan tea per pound. . . . . . . . - . 25
Oolong tea do do . . SO
Young Hyson tea do . - . SO
Silver Gloss Starch do . . . . . . . . - . 8
Bulk Baking Powder do . 23
CJoal oil pergal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Molasses do . . . . . . . . . . - _ . . 45
Best Syrup Jo . . . . - 70
Pure Maple Syrup per gal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 30
Best 'White Russian Soap 20 bars for1 00
Kirti's Chicago soap 22 bars for - 1 00
Best cranberries per quart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Atmoro'8 Mince Meat per pound. 11
Bestlfamily mackerel per ket . 95
Best winter wheat floir per sack . 875
Best Spring wheat Hour per sick . . . . . . . . . 250
A No 1 flour - 8 Sj
Best axle greaco per box . 8
Best currants 12 pounds. . . . . . 100
Best pittedchorrios 5 % pound . 1 00
Best blackberries 10 pounds . 103
Best gooseberries 2-lb can . H
Best blackberries 2-Ib can . 12
Best poaches 2 Ib can . . . i
Do 3-lb do . - . - 18X
Best pie peaches 6 Ib can - . 23
Best String beans 2 Ib can . . . . 03
Best tomatoes 3-lb can . - H
Heat Lima beans 2-lb can . - . . . . . 1'
Best cove oysters 2-lb can . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Best bird seed per pound . 9
Navy Beans 22 pounds . - . -1 00
Choice dried apples 15 pounds 1 00
pounds . 1 00
Carolina Rica 1 J - -
Best hominy 34 pounds . - . 100
' ' . . 1 00
Best Sal Soda -6 pounds -
Best New York cheese per pound . . . . . . . . . 14
Boston baked beans 3 Ib can. . . . . . . . . . . - . . 80
Apple butterfilb can . . 60
York State apples gal can . - . 40
Salmon 2 pour dean . 40
lo 1 do . . . . . . . - . * . . 25
Mackerel 1 do . -
Lobsters 1 do - * 2
Clams J do . . . 18
do 2 do . . . . . . . . . . . . , . * 80
Baker's premium chocolato. . . - . 40
Durham tobacco pr Ib . . . . . . . . . . - . 63
Best fine cut do do - - . . 80
Best Ranker do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Crosse & Blackwell's chowchow . 40
Choice winterUippIes per bush - . . 1 00
Ooodt Sold on Credit.
J. B. FRENCH & CO. ,
novlS IJT 191 rarnlmn Street.
W. B. HUGHES ,
Groceries and Provisions ,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC GOODS ,
Cutlery , Toy nil Notion * .
07 ALI , KIHDS.
No. 539 TENTH ST. ,
Betwmn Doufllil and Dodge , Omih . sp91 ?
Steam E ulicsiflHan
Are the Boat Manufactured. Eend for Cir.
cnlar and Prices. J. W. RUDY , Man'fr.r
S3 , 85 4 87 Illinois 'St. , Chicago , Illinois , c-
C. O. IXOTT322X. 4Sk CO. ,
Ag'nts/459 4 491 ISthSt. Omaba.Nebraska.
BOOTS AS U SHOES
WM. SAAIPELD ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER ,
REMOVED from 15th St. opp. P.O. to
260 Douglas Street.
W.V. MORSE & CO. .
50i & 506 14TH STUBET ,
We are carrying a Tery
Heavy sstocli of Goods.
Suited to the Western Trade ,
and Hill in all eases
M , Boston or HOMED
_ _ . . _ _ And m nany cases we m
Will Guarantee Eastern Prices ,
WITHOUT THE ADDITION OF FREIGHTS.
As we can handle goods in Omaha on
Closer margins than Larger Cities.
Owing to the low rate of expenses. For western merchants daairinz
SPECIAL FTGUEES !
And ship goods , if desired , FROM OUR UOSTOA OFFICE , US
W , V , MORSE & CO , ,
WHOLES AM DBALEES * A
PMOlS HIS ill ililMl !
The Largest Stock In the West ! !
WINCHESTER AND SHARP'S RIFLES
Waleh w sI ! i Uottoio Frit-ex.
to 3 eslera 3esaa for Frier-
A Full Assortment of Cartridges
ITS & 174 FavnaMa-St. . Cor , tltb.
Jobbers of Watches , Cloc&a and
MAX MEYER & CO. ,
171 And 174 JTaszi2i .3S2. Street. Qzaaba
WHOLSS-iiS DBALEES IN
Totoaccos , JPipes9
. AJTP < GOOJPt3.
S2Z Sta-aJuuRi Staeoi. OBaXui Kelt.
A6HZTC8 JOB I2B UJtttf
Elite , UielBWST * Emeram ud Parlor 6em Planes , Hason & Han. : s
Estey , Skoaiflger and Burdett
Viclln Btrlnti. Sfcw. 4uo. Violin * . QniUn . fflatw. Bmi laitnineatj. tad
Mnilesl M tehtndln.
This f&vorito Brand of the Western Trade ia Received .Daily by Express , and will
always ba told as low as any other Standard Packing ,
13.0 D. B. BEEMER. Gen'l A"'t.
( JAS1I 1'JUIUES
To Suit the Hard. Times ,
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET ,
Cor. Sixteenth and Webster Streets ,
Opposite U. P. Bakery.
Sirloin and Porterhouse SteakslOo per Ib
Round andShonlderStcakB. . . . - 8
Roast Beef - . - 6 to 8
Boiling Pieces. - . . . . - -Ho 6
Corned Beef . - - . - 4
Pork.Steaki and Chops. . - S
Pork Savage . . . . - _ . _ . . . . . . . . . 8
Bo ognaSansaio. . . . . . - . _ . . . 8
Liver Sausage and Head-cheese. . . C
SmoXedHami - 12
Smoked Breakf tEacon.- - 10
Lard , per Ib - 9
POULTRY always on hand at lowest fig
ures , No credit given.
FRED. . HEINRIKSEN ,
_ ja4 eodlm'
JOSEPH HOWE ,
SOUTH OMAHA MEAT MARKET
Always on Hacd at Lowest possible prices
Thirteenth St. , near Leavenw'tSi
City Meat Market ,
SHEELY BKOS ,
fioten Itfetr Brit dan awg Bcnni } tea ( tlVJ'J
gltitf , etttf , flattflrfIS , MUcil oak Bit > t < ff
5tt , aWtSloflJ aile Krtc *
to Hlnii3 gaRmuft Jtttii.
Rgo tlt Blot.
9 * Huff.
8roonh. Meat Karlct & ftaffing
to. 412 , 414 , 416 , 13. 6tr. , Dmaa , 9Iib
POT 9-76-ly *
REA1. KSTATE BKOtvu-BS. .
Real Estate Brokers
250 Farnham Street ,
North Side , opp. Grand Central Hotel ,
OMAHA , - - - -
JOHN G. JACOBS ,
Real Estate Broker
Jacobt' Slock , ear 3 51 A & Cap. Ave.
OMAHA , - NEBRASKA.
BT20H B1KD , L1TII
Bvron Reed & Co * .
THl OLDIST UTABLIBHlD
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete tbitraet of title t all rea
itata In Omaha and Doruim county.
Mt HUH AM I 1AILURINB.
J. H. THIELE ,
484 13 &l. , bet. Fam. & Harney ,
OMAHA , REHIIASKA.
ty * CUining and Repairing Done ,
T ailo R
Lateit Paterns always on hand.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER ,
JLftor Xjateat Styles.
Best of satisfaction riven in CUTS. AI > a
does Cleaning and Repairing and pvrpOMf
doing the best working : , at the lowwt pot-
sibie prices. Do not lorget to call
fl > | GOLD PLATED WATCHES.
W Ch * p * tInlb known worM. KimplAWat
40 U to ijenU. JASnn , A. Cocttn a Co , ,
OFFICE , No. 232 FARNHAM ST. ,
OMAHA , . . . .NEBRASKA.
-Preservation of the Natural Teeth Hade
a Specialty. _ gepltf
. M. PADJU.
William ' Block ,
Cor. 15th and Dodge its. .
A I. BILLDrGSj. 1. W. VAf Off.
Dra. Billings & Kason ,
B1TWBBN 13TH A HTH .UP-STAIE3.
Teeth extracted without pain by ass of H-
rons Oxide. Ofloe ooen at all hoore.
1 > KES KB.
RAW FUR BOUGHT ,
Fur & Busk Gloves
MADE AND REPAIRED.
494 TEHTH ST , Near FAEN-
BEHZON & JOHNSON ,
Ice arid Coal
( Eetwocn Farnham land Douglas. )
jau5 im 4p
ZITHER PIA30 ,
ITIBT DAT ASD BVISI50.
feT LaTaterbsolj Prop.
486 thirteenth. St. bet. Farnham & Barney.
OMAHA , NEIIJU.
auFine Liquors and Cigars on hand. loMtJ
FAENAM STREET LAUNDRY.
All gentlemen wishing ; their ( hilts done-
up in first clatB style will do well to call at
BUTLER'S LAUNDRY ,
133 FJk.HNHA.Bi STREET ,
All work called for and delivered on ihort
ShirU - 15 cent * .
Collar . * . . . M. .MH OS do
Drawers . . . . . . . . .m _ . _ .10 do
Ui.denbirts. . - . . . 10 do
Eocks . . . . . . . . . - . . 05 do
White Teit - S do
Gent'i and Ladiot' roodi 41 Wpfr dor.
i92m CHAS. M. BJlLER Prop.
FRANK H. MEYER ,
ATLANTIC HOTEL ,
COR IQTH & HOWARD STS.
Rooms all refiiUd and newy fLicithed.
Beard by the djy cr week. Sarapib room.
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