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DA1LBJiilfc MARCH 23 , 18S2.
THE DAILY BEE
CMAHA PUDLISHINQ CO. , PROPRIETORS.
610 Farnhnm , bet. Oth and 10th Streets.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ,
icopy 1 year , In advancopostpaid ( ) flO.OO
V > th § " " . . . 6.00
8 > 00
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
1MB MUD tniCAOO , 8T. TAOfc , 1HSNRAFOUS iSD
Leave Omaha Passenger No. 2 , 8:30 a.m. Ac-
mmodatlon No. 4 , 1:0 : tp. ra
, Attire Omaha Passenger No. I , 6:20 : p. m.
Accommodation No , 3 , 10:50 : a. m.
OMAHA IA T OR SOtnn BOUHD.
0. , B. k q. 7:40 : a. m. 8:40 : p. rn.
C. & N. W. , 7MO a. m. 8:40 : p. m.
0. , R , I. & P. . 7:40 : a. m. 3:40 : p. m.
K. 0. , St. J , & C. B. , leaves at & a. m. and 6:30 :
Hi. Arrives at St. Louis at 6:30 : tt m. and 6:52 :
h" , , St. L. A P. , leaves at 8 a. m. and 8:40 : p.
Arrive * a St. Louis at 6:40 : a.m. and 7:30 :
WIST OR SOtJTHWialf.
B It M. In Neb. , Through Exprcw , 6:50 : a. m ,
B. ft M. Lincoln Express 6:20 : p. m.
D P. Overland Esprccs , 12:16 : p. m ,
0 , Jk R. V. lor Lincoln , 11:45 : A. m.
0. A R V. for Osctoh , 9.40 a , m ,
C. P freight No. 6 , 6:30 : a. rn.
0. P I rolght No. 0 , 8:20 : a. tn.
0. P. freight No. 18 , 2:50 : p. m.
U. P. freight No. 7 , 0:10 : p. m. emigrant.
. 'P. Demcr express , 7:35 : p. m.
D. P. frelrht No 11 , 11:30 : p. m.
U. P. Duncr freight , 8.25 p. m.
A1MV1KO TROM VAST AKI BOtTtn.
' 0 B. h O 7 6:00 : a. ra. 7:55 : p m.
C. k N. W. , 9:45 : a. m.-7ttfi p.
C. R. 1.1 P. . 0:45 : n. tn. 9:05 : p. in.
tt. C. , St. Joe It 0 B. , 7 : > 0a. u. 6:45 : p. m
AHBivma rnov ran * iat AND sonrnwrsi.
0. ft R. V. from Lincoln l.CS p. in.
C. P. Pacific Expresj 3:25 : p. m.
B fc.M. lu Neb. , Through Express 1:15 : p tn.
B. ft M. Lincoln Express 0.40 a m.
C P. Dcmcr express , 7:36 : a. m ,
, t V. P. Freight No. 14 2:50 : p. m.7
PvV.TV ? - No. 6 6 : 0 a. in. Erel * nt.
BMW . freight No. 14,12:15 : p. w.
U. P. No. 8-O.W p. in.
U. P. No. 12-1:46 a. m.
U , P. Denver freleht , 1:10 : a. m.
0. & R. V. mixed , ar , 4:16 : p. m.
E0111IT TRAINS BBrWHKS OHADA AJTI )
OOtWIl BUJirra. |
Leave Oumlit at 3.CO , 0:00 : , 10:00 nnd 11:00 :
p m.j 1 3 2.00 , 8 00 , 4:00 : and C:00 : p. m.
LeaMi Counch Blufls at B'iB : , 0:25. 10:26 : and
I6 : a. m. ; 1:26 , 2:25 : , S:25 : , 4:25 : and 6:25 : p. in.
Sund&vs The dummy leaves OmahA at 0:00 :
and 11:00 a. m. ; 2.00 , 4:00 : and 6:00 : p. in. Loa\cs
Council Bluffs at 9:25 : and 11:26 a. m. ; 2:25 : , :26 :
and 5:26 : p. m.
Through and local passenger trains between
Omaha and Council Blufls. Leave Omaha 0:16 : ,
l46 ! , 8:50 : a. m. ; 3:40 : , 6:46 : , 0.-00 p. m. Arrive
Omaha 7:40,11:35,11:46 : : a. m. ; 6:40 : , 7:05 : , 7:16 : ,
140 p. m.
< .Office open Sundtua from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
' TIIOS. F HALL P M.
Business Directory , 11
Abstract and Real bstate. 0
JOHN I. McCAOUE , opposite Poet Office.
W. R. BARTLKTT 317 South ISth Street.
Architect ! .
D0FRENE & MENDELSSOHN , ARCHITECTS
Room 11 Crclghton Block. 1 [
A. T. LARGE Jr. , Room 2 , CieUhtcn Block.
Boot * and Shoes. "
JAMES DIVINE * co. ,
Vint Boots and Shoes. A peed assortment
borne work on hand , corner 12th and Harney.
THOS. ERICKSON , S. E. cor. 16th and Douglas.
JOHN FORTUNATUS ,
10th street , manufactures to order good work
, talr prices. Reoalrlnr done. !
Bed 8prlns -
J. F. LARRUtER Manufacturer. 1617 Dourlaset.
Bucks , News and Otatlonery.
J. I. FRUEHAUF 1016 Farnham Street.
UoSHANE & SCHROEDER , the oldest B. and B.
honse In Nebraska established 1876 Omaha.
fiu MRS. A. RYAN ,
l/ijthflrcst corner 16thanU Dodge.
\ Best Beard for the Monoy. 0
\ Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mcillnt all Horns.
jard by the Day , \Vee' or Month.
Good Terms for Cash
Furnl hod Kontng Supplied.
us and Road Wagons.
WM SNYDER , Uth and Harncr Streets.
J. HAKKH will pay hlghcstCasb price for second
band clotblnc. Corner 10th and Faroham. D )
JOHN BAUMER 1314 Farnham Street.
H. BERTHOLD , Rags and Metal.
Lumber Llmo and Cement.
fOHTHR & OR Y corner 6th aud Douglas ttta.
Lamps and Ulauware.
J. BONNEK 1SOD Donjlaa St. Good Variety.
I Q. A. LINDQUEST ,
One of our most popular Merchant Tailors is re
ceiving the latest dcslk'na for Spring and Summer
Oooda for gentlemen's near. Styllih , durable ,
" adjirlcea low aa ever 216 18th bet. Doug.&Farn.
WBS. C. A. RINGER , Wholesale and Retail , Fan
cy Goods In great variety , Zephyrs , Card Boards ,
Hosiery , Glovea , Coracle , Ac. Cheapest UOUM In
the West. Purchasere save 80 per cent. Order
by Mall. 116 Fifteenth Street.
JOHN WEARNE & SONS cor.Hth * Jackaonsts
Mour and Feed , con
OMAHA CITV MILLS , 8th and Farnhim Bit. , me
Wolshans Bros. , proprietors.
JC. STEVENS , 21st between Cumlng am ] liar
T , A. MoHIIANE , Com. 23d and Oumlng Utreeta.
narowaie , Iron and bteel.
OLAN & LANGWOIITHY , Wholesale , 110
111 Uth street
A. HOLMES cornel 16th and California.
Harness , Saddles , &c.
B , WEI8T 20 ISth St. bet Faro. & Ilarney.
; ANHELD HOUSE , Geo. Canfleld,9th & Farnhaoi
DORAN HOUSE , P II. Cary , 913 Farnham St.
SLA YEN'S HOTEL , F. Slaven , 10th St.
Southern Hotel Gus. Hamel 9th &Lo venwortb
Oruxs , Paints and Oils.
KUHN & CO.
Fhamaclatj , Fine Tano Goods , Cor. Uln and
Dooicli * treeti
W. J , WHITEHOUfK , Wholesaled : Retail , 16tb et.
0. FIELD , 022 North Side Cumlng Street.
PARR , Drugglat. 10th and Howard Streets.
DR. PAUL Williams'Block Cor. Uth fc Dodge. do
/ Dry Qoods Notions , fctc. I
/ JOHN H. F , IKUMANN & CO. , doEl
Mow York Dry Goods Store , 1810 and 1312 Farn.
L. 0. Knewold also boots and shoes El
A r. GROSS. New and Beoond Hand Furniture
od Stoves , 1111 Dontrlaj. Highest caih price
aid for second hanj roods.
.CONNER 1309 DonrJa et. fins good * , e.
r tree Works.
011AEA FENCE CO. . .
UST , nUESACO imOaroeyBc. , Improre A.
d Ice Boze * . Ircc and Wood Fences , Offlca
JUap , Ooootiir rte Md WklonCj LI.
OtRsn and Tobacco.
WEST & FR1TECDER , mumilvUirtriio ! Ctf r ,
nd WTioIcsrOe Dmlenl n Tobaccos , 1S05 Lvju lM.
V. F. LOUENZKN manufacturer 1116 Farnhwn
EAnaghue , plants , cut flowers , seeds , ooqnct
( c. tt. W. cor. 16th aud DourlM streeU
Olvll Engineer ! and Surveyor * .
ANDREW nOSEWATKIl Crclrhton BUick ,
Town Surrej-s , Grade and Sewerage Sjitcms a
JOHN O. WIt > L1S.1414 DoJ o Street.
0 B. DEF.1IKR. For details see largo advertise
ment In DMIv and Weekly.
Cornice Work * .
Western Cornice Works , Manufacturers Iron
Cornice , Tin , Iron and Slate Hoofllng. Orders
from any locality promptly executed In the best
manner. Factoiy and Omce 1S13 Harney St.
C. SPECI1T , Proprietor.
Qklfantted Iron Cornices , Window Caps , etc. ,
manufactured and put Up In any part ot the
country. T. SINIIOLD 416 Thirteenth street
/ , COKNKU 1803 Doul s fetrcct. Oood tine.
Clothing ; and Furnishing Goods.
OEO. H. PKTERSON , AIM IlaU , Caps. Boots ,
Shoca Notion * and Cutlery , 601 S. 10th street.
Refrigerator * , Canfleld's Patent.
0. F. GOODMAN Uth St. bet. F rn. & Hunoy.
Show Caio Manufactory.
0. J. WILDE ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In Ml klndi ot Show
Gates , Upright Coses , A' . , 1317 Cats St.
FRANK L. OEIIHARD , proprietor Omaha
dhow Case manufactory , 818 South ICth street ,
bctuccu t/cavcnwortli aud Marcy. All
\vnrrantod Dr t-closs.
Pawnbroker ! .
1108KNFELD. 10th St. . bet. f r. ft Har
Utovot ana inwaro.
A. DURUCSTEK ,
Dealer In Stores and Tinware , and Manufacturer
nt Tin Roofa and all kinds of BulHlng V/oik ,
Odd r'ellowa'Ulodc ,
J. BONNER. IS03 Dauulas St. Oaod and Cheap.
8eod * .
J. EVANS , Wholesale and ReUIl Seed Drills and
Cultivators Odd Fellows Hall.
Physician * and Surgeons.
\V. 8. GIBBS , M. D. , Room No * , Crclfhton
Block , ICth Street.
P. S. LEISCNR1NQ , a. D. Masonic Block.
0. I > . HART , M. D. , Eye and Ear , opp. postoXco
DR. L. B. GRADDY.
Oculist and Aurlat , S. W 16th and Farnham Sta
OEO. HKVN , PROP.
Grand Central Gallery ,
212 Sixteenth Street.
neai Masonic Hall. Firat-cUes Work and Prompt
Plumbing , Oat and Steam Fitting.
P. W. TARl'V & CO. . 210 12th St. , bet. Farnham t
and Douglas. Work promptly attended to ,
D. 7ITZPATRICK , KOD Douclas Street.
aiming an apor anglng.
HENRY A. KOSTKRS.141 Uodgo Street.
Phillip Lang 1820 Farnh&m st. bet. ISth & 14th. ?
Second Hand Store. G
PERKINS & LEAR. 1418 Douglas St. Now and
Second Hand Furniture , House Furnishing Goods ,
Jtc. , bourht and sold on narrow marplca.
HENRY KAUFMANS ,
In tne now brick block on Douglas Street , has
Just opened a moet clogiwit BOM Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to 12
01 cry day.
Caledonia " J FALCONER 679 16th Street.
3HAS. RIEWE , 1012 Farnh&m bet. 10th & lltd.
00 Cent Stores. :
P. 0. BACKUS 1205 Farnham St. . Pancr Goods ;
CRAIG'S ' OITY GREEN HOUSE
a now open to the public with a full supply of
Cut Flowers and Plants '
"or Sale. We will be glad to nave the public
call and eco us
Bouquets or Any Floral Design Made
ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
City Grcin House , S. W. Cor 17th and Web-
itt r , one block from 10th street cart. Nursery.
3a street , opposite Foit. Jas. Y. Crate , Florist
ind Landscape Gardner. Fcl)2 6m.
CORNICE WORKS cl la
C. SPECHT lo
. , izi
Proprietor , tent
1213 Hainey Street , fa nt
) MAHA , - - - NEB. ifcl
MANUFACTURERS OF ca
Cornices , X ;
ormer Windows , Finials , Jj f
TIN , IRON § SLATE ROOFING ,
Special's Patent Metalio Sky
Potent Adjustable Ratchet Bar and en
JRAOKET SHELVING. cai 1IO
am the general State Agent for the above
le of goods.
IRON FENCING. bo
resting * , Balustrades , VerandasOfHco ( and
Oank Railings , Window and Cellar dot
Guards ; also Yo
GENERAL AGENT sea
Peerson and Hill Patent Inside Blind.
S. KALISH , meter
FHE STAR TAILOR. tor
1 Door W , of Oruicksliank's ' , OIK rcc
as now a One complete Stock of Spring Goods tiv -
insisting of French , English and the best Do- thi
csttca. Trices low or the lowest , mhiu Iv BUI
KENNEDY'S fun J
EAST - INDIA to
ILER & GO. win
ale Manufacturers. OMAHA. forl
, M NNWEILER tioi real
Implopent Agent oho con
Railroad Oatflt on Short Notice ,
: ilth St. , Near Farnham , are
B , D. MCLAUGHLIN , abl ly :
AT - LAW fret
And Notary Public , Nel
AQRIOULTURli ) ,
Republican City Enterprise ! Btcpon
Workman hns n four-ounce vlnl pnttly
filled with cut worms which ho cip-
tured'in his field of ryo. They varied
from a quarter to two inches in length ,
and some of them wore as largo
around aa a load pencil. Mr. Work
man states that the worms hatch out
in the buflhlo grasa , as ho saw hun
dreds of thorn in crossing a atrip of
plowed land between it and the rye
field , and ho thinks the boat thing
fanners can do to rid their farms of
the posts is to burn off the qrass
around their fields , and in this way
killing all the worms hatched out by
the recent warm weather. Uy adopt
ing this plan farmers may possibly not
only Bccuro their own crops from do
st ruction by the cut worms , but also
help their * general killing olf.
Republican City Enterprise : Henry
N. FiUibion , of Crystal creek , on a
email patch of ground laat season
raised over § 800 worth of Irish pota
toes , besides having a number of
bushels loft for seed. The amount
was received in cash. The demand
for potatoes this full will undoubtedly
bo better than last acascn , owing to
being a western market at Denver ,
and farmers who raise them for mar
ket will undoubtedly got a good prico.
Farmers and Poultrv.
Western AgrlculturUt : Farmers
have plenty of room and land to spare
on which fowl * may bo kept to advan
tage. Cheap houses can bo built on
their promises to shelter a hundred or
two birds that will give them fresh
eggs in abundance ( to use in the
household or sell for cash ) in the
right season. And a large , very largo
per contago upon the cost and keeping
all told , is the natural and certain re
turn there may bo realized to any
farmer anywhere , on a small or larco ;
scale , wlicro the business is conducted
as it should bo. Why , then , should
not our farmers avail themselves of
this plainly remunerative adjunct
upon their promises ?
There is moro money in good poul
try ! raising ( considering its cost ) by
ono-half , to bo had annually than can
bo realized from the pigs or sheep on
n farm. And yet the latter are fed
and housed and bred everywhere to
the ! entire neglect , almost , of fowl
stock. Our farmers will do well to
look into the merits of this thing.
Rood fowls of any of the improved
breeds may now bo had at reasonable
Hoe Cholera Frauds.
The following resolutions were
passed at the annual mooting of the
American Poland China Record Aa- Ii [
lociation : Iire
. Resolved , That all the so-called hog at re
sholora cure-alls are moro traps to
atch the unwary , and put money into tt
ho pockets of the advertisers , at the ttw
ixpenso of swine growers :
Resolved , That all nostrums advor- q
ised as hog cholera remedies , or pro-
'cntatives , or sure cures , are unmiti-
ated frauds and unworthy the con- til
idenco of the swine breeder , and ai
hould bo denounced by all respect- m
iblo and intelligent swine breeders as luis
nero straws at which wo are supposed
o grasp. is
More Clover. ri
Western Agriculturist : Western riat
armers should prepare to BOW more tu
lover this spring , aa soon as the frost Pi
well out ot the ground , and the re
oil 13 permanently warmed and mol- rewl
DW that it may be thoroughly pul ver
sed , and the seed when sown may bo pa
venly covered aa shallow as possible ar
got the highest pur cent of gormin- ha
tion. : Some ono has said that a haHi
inner : was never known to fail , even Hi
he had to borrow money to sow
lover ( and put in dram tile. Wo
iiinot undertake to mature our
irgo western farms with barn yard up
lanure ! , although tlut should of wa
lursu bo used as tar as possible.
lut clover and tile draining with th y
ock farming is the practical method
improving the fertility of our soil ,
et , us have more clover , moro tile lea
ruining , and more stock. tin
Floral Notes. lea '
Don't hurry about uncovering hya-
nths : , roses , etc. All the winter's in t
ire may be lost by an indiscretion cr
Verbena and panay seed should now ho
started in the house. 5
Make ] out your lists of seeds you pa
jsiro , and send for them at once. fro
ou will bo ready when the proper oac
ason comes to take advantage of it.
Don't make the mistake of getting
o many varieties. A few well grown
ants and ( lowers will give much
A largo dry goods box minus bai nej
rn and top , sawed in a diagonal di tac
ction will make two hotbed franus tlu
10 foot high in front and twenty to
only-four < inches at the back , and Ti
oy may bo placed in position on the
nny side of a building or tall board Thi
Heliotropes need moisture and heat
atriko i root , but potted in sandy
ilutli a glass tumbler placed over
cm , they will root quickly in Muy
any i summer month.
Nebraska Ahead. ThA
Nebraska Farmer : Slowly but sure- A
wo are showing to the world , that COM
mt other states have done , Nobras-
It has boon only about ton years
ice wo began to attract the atten- to a
m of the east , and then only a few pan
ire willing to believe that cur state any
uld amount to anything. Our first anyT
oat boom was when wo took the T
at premiums at the National Fruit
hibit in Now York , about eight Pri
ars since. This caused thousands
look toward Nebraska , and those
10 were hero to put forth extra of-
rts , not only in fruit culture , but
rest free and grain raising , and the
lult has been beyond the cxpceta-
ms of all. Wo have not token the
premiums on fruit , but have
own as good quality and yield of o :
rn , oats , rye , barley , ilax and
rden vegetables , as well as foi.-jt
ics , as any state in the union. There
now probably the largest forest St ; <
oa in Nebraska , of any state , un-
it bo Californi. There are prol- nd :
a great many people even in our
state , that are not aware of the
that there are plenty of trees in
ibraska , measuring nine feet in dl-
ntnotcr at n distance of seven foot
from the ground , yet such is the ( * ) o.
Our stock of cattle averages bettor
than any of the wos'orn sit" > , wh'lo '
our hogs are the beat that roach the
Chicago market. Already the name
of Nebraska hogs is known on the
Chicago market so favorably , that
thry mil bring a little above the mar
ket paid for other western hogs ,
Surely if wo are to take the past M
any criterion , there is no state with
brighter prospects than Nebraska ,
Q on oral Itoms.
There will bo few twp-hundiod
acre cornfields planted in Ilarlan
county , because fanners believe it is
safer to plant moro of a variety than
they have heretofore.
There is a good demand for milch
cows in the neighborhood of Orleans.
llarlan county. Good cows will soil
readily for from $00 to $10 , and $50
ha * boon offered for extra good ones.
A few trees planted around your
homo will add much to the appearance
and value of the place.
There are 287,121 , sheep in Nebras
ka according to the returns in the
state auditor's ofiice at Lincoln. Gage
is the banner county , coming up with
31,380. Seward county has 8,5 12.
The probability is that most of the
corn raised in Suward county last
year will be good for seed. Our
farmers are fortunate in this respect
for onco. [ Reporter. ]
The acrcaijo of wheat to bo sown
this year in Fillmore county will bo
at least one-fourth less that of pre
vious years , while oats and corn , the
latter especially , will bo planted in
much larger quantities than over be
Scrub sheep are dear even for no
price at all. On a good farm they are
as bad aa rusty nails on a now house.
D. B. Palmer delivered laat Mon
day 34 head of cattle that averaged
1,410 pounds each , for which ho re
ceived § 5.37J per hundred , amount
ing to nearly § 2,000.Soward [ Re
There ia a point to bo considered in
the statement that whilst "American
beef is rcgordod as of a superior
quality , the foreign people think that
the mutton wo send them is not to bo
compared in ihvor or tenderness to
that of homo production. " The rea
son of this is that our sheep are gen
erally treated in a way to favor the
growth of their iloeccs , , without much
consideration of the quality of the
It is better to encourage a farmer's
son to own a calf or a shcop than a re
volver or a setter dog.
Prune grape vines before the sap
iloivs. There is no time to spare.
Six thousand sacks of potatoes from
roland wore received in Now York
ccontly. It is a little curious that we
ibould bo importing from Europe not
inly potatoes , but beans , cabbages ,
urnipa , carrots and even celery , all of
rh'ch are being imported in large
A Kansas cattle dealer says ho can
hip two moro polled steers in a oar
han of horned animals of the \
ize ; , and ho "is now buying at a pro ; N !
ilium all the grade Galloway hcifora
le can hear of. "
Mr. J. B. Miller , of Ottumwa , la. ,
ono of the largest breeders of high-
lass poultry in that , state. Ho car-
led off the greatest number of prizes
t the recent successful show in Ot- Si
umwa. He is also a breeder of im-
irored Chester white hogso and has
ocently added bronze turkeys and
The wild horses pasturing in the
ampas of the Argentine Republic
re estimated to number two and a
Members of the Farmers' club , of
Lie , Wisconsin , have recently had a i
iscussion upon the subject of sowing
lit upon agricultural lands , especially
poll wheat. The conclusion which
emod to bo unanimously arrived at 1C
as , that salt is beneficial to wheat
stiffening the sfraw and increasing ; a
le ( quantity and quality of the grain. On ul
Stockmen i who have r.iifcd the horn- 0.
iss Angus cattle on the plains say
lat they can bo reared and marketed Jo
lore for from ton to twenty per cent.
'SB coat than horned boasts. Add to
iis the greater economy in transpor-
ition and the high , price for the beef
the English market , and the breed-
has sonio pretty strong motives for l
referring them above the pugnacious
Drned animals. It is estimated that
to $10 per car will not moro than
ly ; the damage which cattle in transit
om ono point to another inflict on
ch other by their horns alone.
OsrAHA , Neb. , May 29 , 1881. tu
H. ] H. WAKNEK & Co. : SnisI
ive frequently used your Safe Kid-
'y and Liver Cure for rheumatic at-
cks and have always derived benefit
lorofrom. E. D. KITTON.
E BLESSINGS OF PI
By Edward Eggleiton.
jo In'crnational ' copyright question nnd
"dieap re-prlnti considered by an
Sen the April OKNTDHV MAHAZINB. Hid II I
IB Story of the Sowing Machine ,
handsome little pamphlet , blue and goli'
e , with numerous engravings , will be
any auult pers-n calling for It , at any branch Olc
gub-otllco of The Singer Manufacturing Com- Man
ny ; , or will bo sent by mall , post paid , to [ nd
person living at a distance from our olllces. tvor
Pho : Singer won
Manufacturing ( Jo , , mot
ineipal OOico 34 the
, Square , gutt
d. L WILKIE am
, mer >
JIANUKAOTUnEll OK ado
APER BOXES. anyi nenV ,
IB and 220 S. 14th St , prlc
ore Fixture Works .
French Double Thick Flat and Bent Show *
Cata 0 IMS
0. J. WILDE ,
1316 and 1317 Oass Street ,
[ or TUB.
Western Assurance Society ,
JANUARY 1st 1S32
Udltvl StaiomndStAto Ilond\dcp09.
lud with Insurance Dcpntt-
went * 8691.925,0
ictutlilM deposltel with Trustees
' " Vorfc , for security of Policy
Holders In the United Slat < 183,800.0
Cash In ' Ranlt % Hills nccelraUo ,
Agents'IHUnco aud Sundry Ao
counts 173,828 4
Total Astett Wthe U. 8. * 003OS0.4
Dosh on Innd and In U nk < 7 303 0
[ lank nnd Iin nompuit'f Stocks. , 7rOO M
aorcrnmont and Municipal Ilonds . SOO 221.7
Morts > Kcs on KCJII KitaM 2H.3EO OC
Bills Ilcccli able so 30J C
Company's llnlldlnjt , 49,4100
Agent * IHUno and Sundry Accounts -
counts . . . . . . 45,105.4
Total Asiett 91,400,432.44
J0 je Vndtr Adjmlmoijt 8 124,337.4
loIn uMncc Octette New York
Stnmlvd 6b4,077 7
Dividends 1'ayikblo January Oth , 1SS2
and ohcr Acro.int , . 43,603 f >
Surplu our Mullite 013,603.7 ,
* I.400,4B2,44 ,
Income for tlio loir cmllntr Oeconbor , 31
1SS1 . . . .9I.443402.0G
SSATB cr VRRRASKA , iNsnnANiit UitrARtMK < .T , 1
Al'DiroR'a OFF CR , LINCOLX , 1'cb. 1,18S2. f
It Is hcrc'i ) certified tliat the Wcitcrn Aa
sur nco Co ofjTo-onto , I" the Dominion of
Cnim'a , hn.compllctl Ith the Insurance
IAIT of this state , and Is nuthorLed to trutmc"
the buslncia of Klro Insurnnco In this State If
the current ) cir ,
nitncst inj hnn I nnd sc.M of the Auditor of
rublle Accoanta th i\\y and } oiral > o > o rlttcu
Auditor of I'nlillc Account , .
In Churit' of Insurance Dcpirlmont.
St ? I f Ton nn iinin V ,
J' offiins.iwml.- |
TOUT lltltUfl ATOtl1
it'jmihntiruHl ' u <
If yciunrcjounLi nrt
Olrerrtlim or dl Mm
rioiJ or nlDrlP , oU or
poorbrAlth c r Uiunkh
own , nly on Mop
( lint .T\ir sjrtcin
needs clpnr HK. ton.
tnff 01 ntlnmiittlntr ,
tiMfiii ilUcsre an aluclul *
of til1 tfoiancn , nnd IrrvslBtiv
fiotrrlh. tfootf. lilo euro (01
Uvtr 01 ntntt I ilrutikrnnos *
uie ot OIUIL ,
Tou will be t&baooo. c
tfurDdlfjoiiuie narcotic * .
Hop Dlttor *
lfyou rrflm Sold hydroy
ply VTCA le and gito. Bcudrol
lownlrltcdtry NEVER CIrculu-
Ui It may
llfo. It hn FAIL K'Pt ) CO. ,
avod hun notkntcrtH.T
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
UNITED STATES BRANCH
Queen Insurance Oo , , of Liverpool
ONTHE3l t DAYOPDEOEMBEn , 1001.
Capital 8 0,733,00000
Capital 1'alJ 870,140.33
ASShTS IN UNITED STATES.
Cosh Items g 125,43300
Real Estate Unlncumkcrcil 351,394.30
United fatatca Honda , 1,118,040.00
Other Securities 0,017.00
LIABILITIES IN THE UNITED
Lc-ecs Unadjusted and In Suspense. .3 170,244.07
A'l other Claims AgAlnsttho Com
\mount necouary to rchiBU'O all out-
standlnf Risks. . .v..i . , . $ 71. ,481. 01
Jci Surplus In United Htntcfl . 758,207,27
Income In U , 3. in 1881. . 81,330,545
ixpondlturea In U. B.
n882 . 1,212,055.
Jrosa Receipts In United State ? , ) . . 812,376.111.
Jross Kxpcndlturoa Including Losses
In U. 8 . 10,743,207
ITATB OF NBHKASKA. INSUIIANCR DKrAitTMicNT. )
Ai'iiiroii'HOrrioi , LIKCOLX , Feb. I , 18S2. /
It U horcbv certlflod that the Quean Insur-
Company of Liverpool , In the Kingdom of Great
JilUIn , has compiled with the In.
urancelawof this state , and Is authorized to
ransact the business of Flro Insur-
nco in this state for the current \car.
Vltncss my hand and the seal of the Auditor of
Public Accounts the day and year above
JOHN WALUCIIS , Auditor P. A. ,
In Charge of Insurance Department.
DAV8S & SNYDER.
50" > F rnham 6t . Omaha , Nobrr ,
an .ully scln-cod l&nd In EAstcra Nebraska to
tie. Great Bargains In linproieil fanne , cm
maba city property
.F. , DAVIS ( VII'-STl.P
l crirrni ' r
Dim : HTAIII.KH , BUOSIK aciunr ,
1'icftldcrit. Vice Prea't.
W. S. DKISIIXR , Sec. and Treas , '
Corn Planton , Harrows , Farm Rollers ,
ulky Hay Rakes , Ducket blevatlng Wind ,
\ , & .c.
We are prepared to do Job work and manulic
urli g for other parties
Addrco all orders
NEBRASKA UANUFACTUHINGI CO. ,
LINCOLN , NKB
DRESS-MAKERS' ' COMPANION ,
It plaits fro 11 l-IOol a n Incn to
dth In the toanmt felts or finest ellkn
( loin all UlndH and style' of plaiting In ueo.
No Kdy that does ti'T ' own ilrcs ) maklnu can
lord to do without one M nice plaiting Is
ivernut of fashion , It dcen It tells Itself. For
achlucn , circulars or Agent's terms addrcsa
CONGAK & 00. ,
113ilama St. Chicaro 111
PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
Sure Cure Found at Lastl
BUrecure ( or Ulli" . BlceJTujf , ifclilng and
cerated Piles baa been discovered by Dr. Wll-
m , ( an Indian rcm dy , ) called Dr. William's
dlan Ointment. A dingle box has cured the
irst chronic cases of 26 or SOyeara standing. No
need suffer five minutes alter applying this
mdcrful soothln , ' medicine , Lotlonj , Initru-
inta and eloctuarlus do more harm than good ,
Illlam'a : Ointment absorbs the tumon , allaja
Intcrido Ikblng , ( paittiuliuly at night after
ttlng warm In bod.Wta M a poultice , gives In-
int and painless relief , and linrcparod only for
lee. Itching of the private parti , and for noth
Bead what the Hon. J. U , Ooffinberry of Clete.
says about Dr , Wllllun's Indian Pile OInt-
nt ; I bare used ecorea of I'llcu cures , and It
ords mo p easure to say that 1 have nev cr found
ytblng which gave luch Immediate and pertna
relief ai Dr. WlllUm'a Indian Ointment.
for sale by all druggUU or mailed on receipt
Ice , 11.00.
11.00.HENBY & CO. , Prop' ! * ,
Otiv SLIMU , Onio ,
for Bale by 0 , F Goodman.
ubllc ( Dulldings. Churches , Kotldcncoa ,
Stolen In every Style ,
Attention given to Patent Office Drawing * .
Ice Room IP. Orelghton Clock , Omaha ,
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
Men's , Boys' and Children's ,
Ready for Inspection
Palace Clo tiling House.
THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED
1310 Farnain Street , Near 14th ,
Opera House Clothing Store !
J" . IF. LTJIsTID.
Dully Arrlvnln oTNow SnrliiR Goods lit
Clothing and Gent's ' Furnishing Hoods
GOODS MARKED IN PLIAN FIGURES ,
Anil Sold At
"STRICTLY ONE PRICE I"
I am selling the Ooleliratod Wileou Bro.'a Pine Shirts , known
as the BEST Fitting and Most Durable Shirts Made.
217 SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET. mleodlml
JEWELRY AND MUSIC HOUSE.
ANGELL , BOWEN & WHITE.
Fine Watchoi nnd Clocks. Pianos , the Stock nnd others.
Diamonds at Iinportura' Fricos. Orgiuis , Whitney & Ilolmoa.
Jpwolry , most Artistic Stylos. Music Books , Shoot Music.
Silverware , an Elo ant Stock. Accordinna , Violins.
Spoctnclos , Eye Glasaoa , &o. Flutoa nnd Fifes , Guitnra.
Opera Glaasps , Ohoico Asaortmont. Music Boxoa , Ilnrmonicna.
Engraving , in Boat Stylos. Violin Stringn , Guitar Strings , &o ,
Pine Repairing n Specialty. Induccmonts Superior to othcra.
Prices in i'lnin Figures. Our Motto , "Plain Figures. "
i wo copy nonoof our compotitora STYLK3 or advertisement * wo politely re
quest n return of the compliment ,
Opera House Block. ANGELL , BOWEN & WHITE.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC I
Largest and Best Assorted Stock of any Retail
Cigar House in the City.
FINEST 5c AND I0c CIGARS
In the Market.
STOCK COMPRISING OVER FIFTEEN WELL KNOWN
AND POPULAORANDS , WHICH
WE OFFER ,
ZKTOT _ AJT OOST I
LOWEST POS MARGIN.
- . ' "Special Discount By Bo * . "
SCHROTER & BEOHT'S
U OPERA HOUSE PHARMACY , "
First Door N. Opera House. m3e0li2w
Is Once More Called to jthe Fact tha\
Bank foremost in the West in A ortmont and
* * . * : ;
S..VJ * * X0r K B &
FOR MilN'S , BOYS1 AND OHILDHBN'S WEAR.
ALSO A OOMPLErFLINE OF
Hats and Caps
Vo aro'propared to moot the demands of the trade In regard to Latent Styloi
and Patterns , Fine Merchant Tailoring In Connection
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303' Farnham and 300 to 312 13th St
" 1ASHIONABLE HATTER I
R. J. SAXE ,
an opened a Now Hat Store in Opera House Block on 15tli 8t , ,
wnere can bo found all the desirable Styles at Moderate
Frioos , A comDlota Spiing Stock has boon bought
and will arrive in a few days ,
Full Line ofxpents' Furnishing Goods will be added soon.
E , J. SAXE , FASHIONABLE HATTER ,
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