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THE OMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL PAPER-OF THE CITY.
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'fJlTu'l.atilSt. Joseph, due at 104)0
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1KK1VAL A1 UEPABTDKE OF
e CrnxH of the ZJBiItaltte Kowte
AKEIYE AT OMAHA.
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Mill 5 00
Isursyscxcepted. Mondays eserpi-.
TbU Is the only "ne running Pullman Hotel.
Gen'l. We. " Agt
I0al0 P. M.
4 At r.
Daily Freight.. G 43 A- M-
Cbtnco, Bock !!
..s.ao A. M.
10.40 P. M.
unaafe excepted. tMonaay except.
Cblcaco & Iortbweteru.
ornin Express. . 630 A. M. 10.00 A. M.
Kvenine Express.. .2:50 P. M. 6.u r. n.
fimaBa ic Snrtliwwtero and Sioux
"" CUT & PclBC
MaUBtpress 8:15A.M. 2:15P.M.
m Daily except Snndaya.
Omnibuses and BaKgam Waeons leare the
ofPce. corner Farnham and Mnth etrecU, nt
Jmes ladv.u.ce of the above Kailroad
TTTrtV ...-' A .
X ADTKKT1(''RS The CinrT-
I,'lIO o the DALY DEE 1- n
than doable tht T any other dally
paper ubIUbed In Nebraska.
Peycte's Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. Tlie leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
Ttn not - noglect to have your
name registered at once. Read the
registration notices In this paper.
Col. C. S. Chase declines tho
honor of running.for the office of
member of the Board of Education.
Among the freight that went
west Saturday were four port
Mr L M Bennett, Superintend
ent of the Pullman Pacific Com
pany, and wife, have gone to the
Grand Central to board. "
The second term of the present
cliool year ended Friday with
interesting exercises in the various
Hon. J. C. Cowinhas rented an
office in Creighton Block, into
which he will move as soon as it is
fitted up for him.
Prof. Snow was presented with
a cane yesterday by the pupils of the
eighth grade, at the closing exercis
es of the term at the High School
The three-card monte men
fleeced a nartv of Germans out of
$S0 Saturday near Bartlett sta
tion on the train from St. Louis over
the K. C, St. Joe & C. B. railway.
The citizens of Shinn's Addi
tion will hold a meeting this
veiling to take into further consid
eration the subject of the street rail
The panorama of Pacific coast
soenery at the Academy of Music
Friday evening was witnessed by a
lair sized audience, all of whom pro
nounce it to be a well-executed,
beautiful and finished work of art
Professor George Lampkins,
a noble expounder of the manly art
of self defense, was fined $& and
costs this morning by Judge Pea
body for pounding hi wife without
putting on the gloves.
Manager Irish has booked
Kclley & Leon's minstrels for the
tho 5th and 6th of May, and will
endeavor to have Lingard and his
troupe stop here on their return
The steamer Fontanclle is ex
pected here in a day or two from
St. Louis, on her way to Benton.
C. C. Housel & Co. have a large
amount of Montana freight for this
the first boat of the season.
Tne "Social Hours" Club closed
Its season Friday evening at Shoafs
Hall by one of the most elegant
parties ever given in this city.
Hoffman's full band furnished the
The members of the citizens'
committee on water works are busi
ly engaged In making out a detailed
report ofHhelr inspecting trip to the
east, and will have it ready to hand
.into the City Council Tuesday eve
ning. The Unid States and Wells,
Fargo & Co's express office has been
removed to 506 14th street, next to
IUleyA Dcllone's wholesale liquor
store. Their new quarters are quite
commodious, and have been fitted
up in a- convenient and elegant
The examination of Johnson,
the notorious witness and carpenter,
on the charge of having robbed a
drunken man of $65 at the Depot
Hotel, was postponed till to
day. It will take place before Judge
Porter, and Strickland fc Webster
will appear for the prisoner.
A new grocery store has just
been opened at the north east corner
of Tenth and Harney'streets, byC.
Leisge & Co. This will supply a
long felt want in that vicinity.
Messrs. L. fc Co. have put in a large
and fresh supply of groceries of every
description, which they propose to
sell at ihe very lowest rates. Al
though open but a few days, they
have already done quite a heavy
retail trade, and will soon build up
a splendid business.
a.. - rr
. 23Q Haw i
At a meeting of the Fire De-
partment Friday eveninpr a compli
mentary resolution -was adopted iif
favor of ex-Chief "Engineer -Simpson,
and it waa determined to hold
an election for Chief Engineer, on
Wednesday April 15, at 8 o'clock
p. m. A committee was appointed
to confer with, the City Council
Committee on Fire, concerning the
purchase of a large bell for the de
partment, with, the proceeds from
the sale of the hand engine.
A movement is on foot among
our Irish citizens to organize a band
to be composed entirely of young
men and boys of that nationality.
Some twenty or thirty youths will
be-selected for this purpose, and will
be educated and have the necessary
instruments furnished them out of
the money to be raised by subscrip
tion for this object A committee
has been appointed in each ward.
Dr. E. W. Schauffler, of Kansas
City, is at the Grand Central,
Mrs. Dr. William McClelland re
turned last evening from the East
United States Marshal Daily has
returned from a visit to his brother
D. W. Quinlan, traveling agent
of the Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy Railway, left for Salt Lake
Mr. S, Goodrich, of Oswego coun
ty, New York, has purchased the
St. Sharles Hotel, and will take
possession of it to-morrow.
Capt J.N. Whcelan, went West
Saturday to join his regiment,
the second cavalry, atFort Ellis,
M. Salisbury, the well-knowp
stags man of Salt Lake, passed
through the city eastward yester
day. Mr. Wiley Dixon has gone out-of
business in this city. He intends to
seek his fortune in New Mexico,
and will leave for that section of the
country early next month.
James McNiece and Robert Mc
Kelvy, two wealthy young gentle
men of Belmont County, Ohio, are
spending a few days In the city on
a visit to Mr. James E. Boyd, of
whom Mr. McNiece is a cousin.
They are prospecting with a view to
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel:
Miss V Morgan J C Cutler, St.
Louis; J P Brolk, Jefferson Iowa;
H W Lisiwood, Burlington; R Q
Clark, Des Moines; E Higley,
Beatrice;- W Montgomery, J S At
kinson, De3 Moines; Jas Wood,
Chicago; R H Thomas, Nebraska
City; C Thompson, Plattsmouth;
VBeatty, North Platte; W Craig,
Ohio; LFBenn,Iowa; H Harding,
Chippewa Falls; H Culbertson, In
diana; H P Strang UPRR; JS
Goodrich, NeW York; V A Gotham,
J Burgess, Davenport
A Card of Thanks.
I desire to return thanks to the
officers and employes of the Union
Pacific railroad shops for their kind
and gentlemanly attentions to me
incollectlng in behalf of the Rev.
It Mrs. S. J. Kelleb.
Just received Fbesii Imported
Cigars. Max Meyee fc Co.
Copies of city charter for sale at
the Bee office. tf
Is the .French Coffee House, 485
Twelfth street, between Farnham
and Harney, is always to be had the
most splendid cup of coffe, chocolate,
fried or boiled eggs, &c Ko liquors.
mar 23 It
T. C. Bbun'Neb has tho
canned peaches in Omaha.
Second Ward Registration If otice.
Notice is hereby given that I will
sit at the office of John Davis, Esq.,
over the First National Bank,
Thursday', Friday anl Saturday, 2d,
3d and 4th days of April, frohi 9
o'clock a. m. until 5 f. m., for the
purpose of making corrections and
additions"to the present list of legal
voters of the Second Ward.
A. R. Obciiabd, Registrar.
March 27, 1874. mar276t
ALL kinds of
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Bought and Sold at Doyle's
Book Store, Douglas St, near 15th.
The undersigned will sit on Wed
nesday and Thursday, the 1st and
2d days Jiptil, 1874, at T. C. Brun
ner'sJ corner of Sixteenth street
and Capital avenue, for the purpose
of correcting the list of voters In the
Fourth Ward, Omaha City, Ne
braska. P. Hoaus,
"Have you tried the
MAY BLOSSOM CIGARS?
They are splendid,
mar 27 2t Max Meveb & Co.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
For rent, a store with shelving,
counters, sugar boxes, ice box, and
large back store, corner Sixteenth
and Chicago streets, all for $25 per
month. Being one of the best local
ities in tho city for a retail grocery.
S. A. Taylor & Co.
I am now receiving a large and
well selected stock of all grades of
carpeting, oil cloths, wall paper and
window shades, which lam prepar
ed to sell very low. Please call and
examine my stock before purchas
ing. John B. Detwilek,
504 Fourteenth street, bet. Farnham
and Douglas. mchl9tf
MEN'S KIP WORKING SHOES
One Dollar & Seventy-five Cts.
WEBBEn & Betim,
Corner Thirteenth and Douglas Sts.
One 500 mile ticket pve the Chi
cago &. Northwestern railroad for
sale at this office. mch20tf
Chromos at auction at Gray&
Allen's this evening,
mar 28 It
A large an enthusiastic anti
temperauctt" meeting was held at
Tumerhall Friday evening.Speeche
were made by Messrs. Vanderwer,
Beneke, Julius Rudowsky, E. L.
Emory, Chas, BIndorf, Julius Boss,
A. Cahn, and Gen. S. A. Strick
land. Ths following resolutions were
adopted : 0
Whereas. We believe the move
ment now agitating the minds of a
certain class of -our fellow citizens
and assuming the form of a temper
ance movement, cannot but recog
nize an unwarranted attack on our
personal liberty and the rights
granted to us by the laws of our
State and city, and the Constitution
nfthn United states: ana
Whereas, We cheerfully and with
gratitude would accept any advice
or follow the true course desired for
the suppressing of drunkenness and
the intemperate use of intoxicating
whereas. We. have the highest
respect for the religious feeling and
sentiments oa any class or classes
and a strong desire to regard any
step taken by any religious body
or originating froni a moral pur
Whereas, we believe that the true
remedy for the prevention of intem
perance is laid in the hands of our
mothers and wives, not by pray-iino-
or vlolatinsr the law or disturb
ing the peace of their orusade, hut
by close attention to their duties at
home by educating their children to
be good men and women, carrying
with them through all life's tempta-
tiou, a mother's lesson that there Li
uo sin in drinking a glass e? wine or
beer, but that ft degraded a man in
the eyes of God and in society to
become a drfinkard. And,
Whereas, We would not object
to the strict enforcement of a judi
cious Sunday law, containing, for
instance, provisions that the doors
and windows of any saloon shall be
kept doled on Sunday, or that any
saloon, situated In a block, wherein
divine service Is held, shall cease its
its business altogether as long as
those services last And
Whereas, We would favor strin
gent laws to suppress all riotous con
duct, all gambling 'or cheating, as
well as prostitution in any saloon;
Whereas, We emphatically de
ny that -any prohibitary law will
suppress the evil of intemperance,
hut onlv damaire the interests of
our industrie", State and ourselves, 1
to an Incalculable extent: tnererore,
Resolved, That in the coming
city election, as well as in aU elec
tions heretofore to be held In this
city or State, we will only support
men who can agree with us that the
views expressed in this resolution
liberal, just, and right, both to citi-
zens, and to the State itself.
BIRDS, BABY BUGGIES and
WALL PAPER. mch28t2
Mr. Editor: The Omaha Herald
repeats its assertion, in this morn
ing's issue, that the Ohio liquor law
is a Republican measure. The Ohio
liquor law was made before the Re
publican party was in existence and
at a time when there was a large
majority of Democrats in both
branches 'of the Legislature. The
Democrats have had a majority In
the Legislature of Ohio more than
once since the law was passed and
yet this Ohio liquor Jaw has never
One Who Knows.
Ask for the MAY BLOSSOM
CIGARS, take no others.
mar27 2t Max Meyer & Co.
The yew Union Pacific Management-
In conversation with Hon. J. H.
Millard, one of the Government di
rectors of the Union Pacific railroad,
We Saturday learned that the Union
Pacific officials, especially Sidney
Dillon, President, and several
of the directors will arrive
here early in May for the
purpose of looking into affairs at
Omaha, and taking a three weeks
Inspecting tour over the whole line.
He assures us that everything Is fa
vorable for Omaha beyond the
shadow of a doubt, and that Omaba
people need not have any fears of
receiving any other than fair and
honorable treatment at the hands
of the now management.
Simpson's Cigar Factory will re
move April 1st to Creighton Block,
mar 25 fit
Concert and ball of the Omaha
Macnnerchor and the Scandinavian
singing society, "Lyran," for the
benefit of Mr. John G. Buchler, a
cripple, Monday evening, tfto 31st
inst, at Turner Hall. Tickets at
50c, can be had at the book and
music stores, and at the hall
Any oae desiring g perfect fit
ting shirt, should call on Frank
Ramge, and leave tjheir measure.
mar 27 tf.
H. L. Latey, corner Bouas and
12th streets, keeps fresh Tallies and
all kinds of candies. Abo, the best
pies and cakes in the city. The trade
01 families solicited. mch20tf
Remember, At Allendorfs, No.
209 Douglas street, Is decidedly the
best place to buy the choicest of all
kinds of IHsh ; also, the best of Eggs,
lSc per dozen mar25tf
W. M. Bcshman has removed to
265 Douglas street, near Fifteenth,
and is prepared to show and offer
for sale the finest and best assorted
stock of Dry and lancy Goods
latest styles and patterns, and at the
lowest market prices. mar27tf
Johnson & Co., 202 Douglas street
must repeat that their prices are not
to be beaten. No one can save ten
per cent on their prices, or In the
end buy old bankrupt stocks any
cheaper than they sell new
fresh goods. Remember thestora,
formerly Giffofd kCo., now John
son &. Co., No. 262 Douglas street,
near Fifteenth street. -mar27
2t ' r
T. C. Brunner has the largest
assortment oj groceries in Omaha.
For superb Job Printing, at "Bed
Bock Prices," go w Gray, 12tk street.
Pirst Warti Registration Hotice.
Notice i hereby given to the
voters of the First Ward, in the City
of Omaha, State of Nebraska, that
the undersigned, Registrar of said
ward, will sit for the correction of
the registry of the voters of said
ward at my office, No. 163, Farnham
street, on, the
1st, 2d, 3rd and 4tn
1874, from 9 o'clock
days of April,
a. M. to 7 o'clock p. M., except one
hour at noon, of each day. f
PENMANSHIP. During the
next two weeks I shall arrange spe
cial classes to accommodate any
who may wish to 'spend a short
time In learning the art of writing.
Here is an opportunity you will not
get every day. Terms One Dollar
per week. Come and make ar
rangements a3 early as possible,
Geo. R. Ratiibun,
Principal Omaha Bus. College.
mar 28, tf "
My 35 cent, 40 cent, and 50 cent
teas. They cannot be duplicated in
the cjty. To be had only
at L. V. Morse's,
mar 28 It 272 Dodge st
. W. B. LORLNG & CO.
We again call attention to our
ELEGANT SPRING STYLUS
GENT'S CUSTOM SHOES,
Light fancy uppers, "Grecian" toe,
GENTS' STRAP SHOE
With heavy double sole.
A full assortment of our standard
FRENCH CALF BOOTS
Always on hand double and single
These goods are all
and of the
BEST FRENCH CALFSKIN,
having" them in several widths we
A PERrECT AND EASY FIT.
W. B. LORLNG & CO.,
Cor. 14th and Farnham-sts.,
Opposite Grand Central.
Capture of-Three-Fingered Jack.
On Wednesday evening, John
Green, alias Three-Fingered Jack,
arrived in this city in a sly way, 'on
the Northwestern train, and was
received with open arms and an
artistic smile by officer Steupfell.
He looked at the officer in a won
dering manner, and ascertained for
a fact that it was that same. Yes
terday the prisoner was tried before
Recorder Burke. That late trans
action, in which John relieved a
stranger of $700- or $S00 in Frost's
saloon, near tne bt. josepn aepot,
furnished a foundation for the legal
reckoning which thus overtook him
in his festive career. The Recorder
placed his fine at $100 and costs.
He staggered a moment under this
announcement, but soon rallied and
handed over "$50. Foote will foot
the rest of the bill, if John don't
Council Bluffs Globe, March 27th:
5,000 Dozen FreshEGGS at
mar 26, 3t Bkuxseb's.
Hew Registration in Sixth Ward.
Please take notice that an entire
new list will be made this spring,
and that no names will be trans
ferred from the old books, as they
are not to be found. The judges of
election had possession of my books
in my absence from home at the
fall election,-and I'have never been
able to recover them.
I will bit at Engine House No. 1
on Saturday, March 28th, for ad
ditions and corrections, from 9. A.
sr. to 5 pj m;x
mr235t H. Monqeb, Register.
Fort Scott rusty and black coal
at " D. C. Sutphen's,
211 Farnham street bet 12th and
13th. J. JJ. Mapes, Agt.
Don't fail to attend the auction
sale of beautiful chromos at Gray &
Allen's this evening,
mar 28 It. .
Allen, the Grocer, keeps the
finest assortment of Groceries in
this city; call and buy of him for
cash, and savo 10 per cent, on your
Seal Estate Sales for the Week
" Ending March 87th, 1871
Joseph Black to John G. Spencer,
nw32, 10, 11 S700.
Herman Fickenscher to Fred L.
Reid, w 5 1-2 acres of sw nw nw 8,
15, 13 $440.
Herman Fickenscher to J, A. Mc?
Clure e 4 1-2 acres of sw nw nw 8,
15, 13 $360.
C. M. Harpster to Herman Fick
enscher, 16 acre3 ofsenw 5, 15, 13
L. W. Denton to a F. Backhaus,
120 acres in 28, 15, 10-$1,100.
G. M. Mills to Fred Bitterolf,
2 acres in sw ne 34, 15, 13 $400.
N H CotTman. to Charles Shiver
ick, lot 12, Preston & Williams' ad
William Doll and wife to A C
Althaus, e hf lot 6 block 148, Oma
Elizabeth Hume to David E
Hume, n hfof s three-fifths lot 4
block 12 $3500, --
Lewis S Reed to Anna M Yates,
lot 8, block 15, Omaha $2000.
Henry Nye to Jacob B Moore, nw
ne 16, 16, 125300.
David Hume to George Hume,
undivided hfof-w hf, lot 6, block
S H Witte to Albert Woehr, lots 1,
. 2, 3 and 4 in block 27, Wilcox's Sec
ond Addition. $200.
Matt Hansen to J B Leutsohcr, e
"hr nw 22, 16,- 9 $800.
A Burley, Sheriff, to John G
Wells, 55$ acres in e hf nw 30, 15,
B C White to John W Denton w
hf sw 22, 1G, 9 $1000. . -
J-B Leutscher to J W Dentoneast
hf aw 22, 16, 91000.
John W Denton to M F Shinn,
west half sw and cast half nw 22,
16. 9 2,000.
LOOK AT THE REDUCTION.
Lone Jack unoking tobacco $1.60
"Bob White Smoking Tobacco;"
$2.00 per pound,
mar27 2t Max Meyer & Co,
Bepablicav City Convention.
A- Republican Convention is oolled
to meet at the United States-Court
Room mltldick's Opera House, on
Monday, March 30th, at 2 o'clock
jpi.irforthe purpose of placing in
nomtnauua; uiu iuuumiuj, .....-,
to be voted 'for at the coming city
Mayor, City Treasurer, City
Clerk, Police Judge, Marshal, Street
Commlssioner.land City Engineer
and for the transaction of such other
business as nay 'be brought before
the convention r- said convention- to
consist of five delegates from each
Primary electionsfor the purpose
of electing said delegates are called
on Saturday, March 28th, beginning
at 4 p. m. and closing at J5:30 P. M. at
the following places :.!
First Wardat Turner Hall.
Second Ward, at 'the Omaha
House, Harney street between
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
Third Ward, Jit engine house on
Fourth Ward, at Sherifl's office
Fifth Ward, at Dallofr 's.j
Sixth Ward, at englnebouse on
Izard street -f
It Is further recommended that
each Ward nominate a councilman
and a member of the Board of Edu
cation. Also, thatthe Third Ward
nominate a councUman, and the
Second Ward a member oi uie
Uoardoi JSaucauon to uu. uu-jr,
to be voted for at the respective pri
mary elections. rt
By order of thetCity Republican
Central Committee :
Thos. Swobe, Cb'm'n.
W. M. Frakcis, Sey.
ig ' -
The Republican primaries were
held Saturday, from 4 1 6:30 p. m.
In the First Ward, 268,yotes were
cast; .in the, Secon'd Ward, 1C0;
Third Ward, 280; FourthWard,
126; Fifth Ward, 105; Sixth. Ward,
The following delegates were
elected to the city convention, that
meets in tlie U.-S. Court Room in
Redick's Opera Hduse to-day at 2
First Wa'd.-A. C. Althaus, A.
J. Doyle, John Rath, R. J. Jcnken
son, P. McHugh.
Secone Ward Frank Walters,
Albert Nast, Paac S. Hascall, J. G.
Jacobs, and Jacob Gteh.
ThJ.dWard W. A. Gwyer, Sr.,
I. W. Miner, W. B. Peyton, Charles
B"nckej Fritz Heffner.
F.,u.iU Ward W. R. Bartlett,
AW. Sftt'deft, Lewis S. Reed,
H-v.-a.d Kennedy, Chauncy Wiltse.
FiTih Waid H. Jones, A. S.
Wt'gly, E. Fisher, John Steffin,
Sixth Ward C. F.Manderson, T.
J. Staley, .. N. Phillips, Joseph Red
m?n,Geo. H. Crager.
The following y
were made in the respective wards:
First Ward For councilman, N.
C. "Whitman. For member of the
board of education", W. H. 8.
Second Ward For. councilman,
Thomas Swobe. For member of the
beard of education, J. W. Lytic
Third Ward For councilman,
(long term) S. G. Taylor; (short
term) Charles Banckes. For mem
ber of the board of education, I. W.
Fourth Ward For councilman,
Lewis Brown. For member of the
board of education, Alvln Saunders.
Fifth Ward For councilman,
Dr. L. F. Babcock. For member of
the board . of education, 'Robert
Sixth Ward For councilman, O.
C. Campbell. For member of the
board of education, C. A. Baldwin.
Pointed Answer A Card.
In reply to a certain Christian
lady's communication in the Bee
of March 2Gth, and signed "Juan,"
I would say that it is my misfortune
to belong to a class outside of the pale
of fashionable society, but not out
side of the .pale of protection, and
privilege of being allowed to live,
and ihe right of locomotion,
When this kind, good, charitable
lady designates my house as "a
"nasty nest" of drunken Inmates,
bidding defiance to law, she tells a
falsehood most glaring on' its face,
and which she knew to be at the
time she peneg it My bouse &
more orderly, quiet' and free from
the sin of the wine cup than those
of some of my more fortunate sis
ters, pronounced to be respectable.
"He that is without sin among yob,
jet him first fst a stonpat her.N
Fine lot of sntiNO goods con
sisting of French, English and
American Casslmere3, Doeskins,
Cloths, &c, which I am pre
pared -to furnish, made -In latest
stylo, and at lowest rates to be found
in the city. Also gentlemens', fur-i
nishlng goods at greatly be
duced rates. C. F. Hamakx,
S. E. cor.-, 11th
Jfeach Marmalde at Brenner's.
Largest Stock, -s
All goods, rarran ted. ,.-,, )fv.T
ma261 m Hekry Doitlb A Co.'-
Simpson's Cigar Factory will re
move April 1st to Creighton Block.
mar25, 6t "
Buy" groceries aheap for cash, nd
the -place to do it is at Allen's.
A ri.E asortment of Muzzle and
Breech Loading Shot Gunsais4
Max Metek &b&
mar 27 2t v-
Choice Fbesh Butter at
marl26, fit Bi
to Sin pek nw rr
Smado- by uny on. W want
men. oatn tx)ra, '-1 giraan
I jxer tlu" & u nJry to ur Fir.e
icvl tuina lncs. Ihrutviu-
Cnyon tin- Inrsjilumini'uiis.
Photograph-, etc, etc. We now publuaibe
flrotussortuem eer placed Velore the jublU-,
ml our price are marked rfowm n ku to
defr ll com ctltloa. u ooo ubaib.-vr J
after evU g our picture and learning oar
prL-es. We hare noon; old i gents at or lor
us who hare nude canvass n lor books, p
ierst et., their buslnest for years, and they
all report th it they cu make much more in
ney ai.woikfor.u-than aoyt ingtla-. Our
mirMinio low that all can afiurito Dur-
chsse, and therefore the pi
at'almoetvToy house.. K
lcture ell at st ht
en beginners do as
ork elsewhere until you hare teen what
great inducements wo ettrr you to ni4 mo
money. Weh-iTe'notspjretnexpllliia'l here,
but end us your dJre-s and we will sen I full
uarticula s, tree, bv m il Ixra't elay if yott
ant profitable work for vour lcNttre hours
erfor Tour wliol-1 m- Nor is ihe fa ralil
lime toeng g-in this uustn-ss. ur plctmes
arethf nn-iaud most ple-isiug in this cou -try.
and are en iorl br -alt the leading ia
peri, inclu ting tl.cNew York Ueral . Thoe
who cannot giro t e busi es ttir en'tre stj
tentlou can work up their own loVitIes and
make a hind-ome sum without erer being
away from bou e ovet nigh . Lt all wb,o
want-pleisant, profitable employmtat, with
out risking capital, eod us their aJJrvsses at
unce and le-irn all atxuit the buslnest for
themselTes . Address GE"RUt: fTINaON A
CO., Art Publishers, Portland, Maine.
NOTICE, AdTertiscments of To Let, For
-ale, Lost, Wants, Found. Pnanllag, c, wtJJ
l iusertedin these columns once for TfcJi
CENTS per line; each suli-iui-iit Insertion,
FIVE CtNTd per line. Tb llrst insertion
!,eer IrsTahau 'tWKNTY-KIVF. CE.NTS.
U 7 ANTED Anuregirl-;c man refcred
Uallat Un uurtha eat corntr ot 2Sj s;
r ATF.D To mi ' ouseol fire or six
W rooms wi u barn.iouTenitnce to business
Tr ANTED A pratt cal tigineir wants a
VV situation. Aildtcfs, "E. U. F "I Hu of
fiU M "2t-
WANlhU While jou are cleanug houie,
send our lace iu r atns lo Omalw cuam
Lmiidry. they will do them as good s new.
BOAr.DEr woutef at the .Montgomery
House, on CipitalaTfiiue, between Her
. m ir.i f4.'n. Anmatml TIl-tl
ant rooms, good .table am
111 atJU intlilU . ;w a.ww . X''-
piice to suit the
FOlt-ssALE OU r.ENT toua and Lot on
corner o 20 h and Cutuuiins Street
House has 9 rooms ith good ceiLr, one well,
tine wale , and 2 cisteis, a g od tab e with
ioomlor3hoies. The boaxi is already fuiu-
ri-hed. WllV-aorrent iiaron lip prem
ises will show the property. pp J'
lllOMAS W . I.ULLL,
mch2"tf Bcviir iLicou Co. Miss url.
l?OL SALE I HEAP I is,bty aLreso' desira-
f uie lud in DtfUghis count. Tetms.asj.
BsltuN ItEED A tO.
FOlt SLE A house and lot n P-n lion ,
ies r.bieo.atioi for stor , lot2ixH01l.
house MxJ5, one Slory anH oue-balf ih. I11
quir at Hire ot Ur. u. t- Beadle, Faplillon.
7OUBLNT An tleaut lar.e double hou e,
J; all uudern c.meiiie ic barn and 4aire
01 ground attached anuatediu tlie City of
timaha, oueml eln m the post ortice. tiwner
wou.d boat d for rent The situation is eligi
ble and as a i-uiuiucr resilience unsurpassed
ppl c OK must me be reponib'e. Addiess
or luquiie of 1 arke Uodwiu, Attorney at
Law, 5" 9)4 1 Jth st Omaha. m hiwl
riOK SALE Olt KENT The hotel property
P on corner of tiarney ami 11th sts. est
sidcCerms eary. Inquire cf
'ANTED At the Ilbta tthool liuilumg,
a woman 10 do ccneral nouseworK.
WAN ED g rl o do gei frali ouiewoik.
Wages S3 00 per wiek Aptly to
West end oi St. Mary's Avenue, UmaLa,Ntb.
ALL parties wishing to purchase lutnlierfor
casu, will hn.t my prices lower than he
lows-. .-EO . Kxaoland.
febSCtf U.P.R.lt. track. Douvlas and fith sts
lEMI ME l'K 1'LUIY IU Sb
It, CHEAP Ixt 1 in lliock. 1 ?, an I Lot 8 iu
HlocV 1G U.th on comer, aic full tots (66x162
ft.), Iaiit fill I uild ug sites un I In the most
iiMlrnWi portinnif the ti y. Ais Sou'll halt
ot L018, BlOik I ft, (tfilt kqiitn), N. W. cor
ner o Fsrul am aLd 18 h sts. covere-i wi b
FKOIT. nd b A h TKE t, and commands a
Tit w of thewboieci y and surrounding coun
try. A 1. Lot .Boiktl) Inquire of . W.
T. RlClIiRDs.iTo. i0J 13 hs ., hot. F.n h m
and tjougla. tUJl-mui-tli -yai3w
1ILNT ihe Valler House. Iuquir of
mihl tf JOHN T. PAUL&EN.
MOSr-Y 1OL11AX. 1 a 1 at woEeofK.
L Thomas, n,om 8, Vis--eLer' Mock
m 1 If
TrANThlJ A good girl totlogeutral boost-
wolL, iood wages will b pail. In piire
nt IbU ofilce,. r adJitssU. T. Clarke Be lirue.
Neb. . 111 h.O f
F'Olt bLt 1C0 aLtes ot 1 sa in ag a
larg 'arm and Uos' to re tlm ents iu ih
soutli.a-t 1 sit of Butler Hm tr, for $ e
icreon time, .r thcKlioIefnr S 00 if pall in
rash. Laud is 30 mile-, nor liwext of Lit coin.
Aiplrt-! ADH W EO ElVAItlt.
FO bAlCORRE T Afjruiuf -' aits
witu bouse juil bun, situate-i one half mile
P. RI DMOND.
FO SA FATA OKElT I AltUAtN A
family carriage and a match nam of by
horo, Willi bar es-:alsoonenewbusg) rndpof
te mot H-icL hor-es. '1 lie jb .ve pruperty ill
besul I atag eat. larciin. inquire u Juil
E. HULL, at ti e Crystal taloon, ,U Dou,Ia n.
IOR5ALI A two story whiUhouse.thirteen
P rionis, "a wel,a uiidince .ure w it 'r, cis
tern, Ac. Tlie lot i- full size, exc. llent gardeu,
grjpo-, rasiiberrie , curran sando her fruit. A
goO't Ibcatlou or a U rn near a I ere r tailing
bro k. Terms tivo the. Inquiie of Mr. J
. Page nn the premises, corner of lHh and
WA -TEI) ftw day lioarders can bo ao
rommodated with first ilixs board ut
Mrs. Grten's, :Su lambaru at, prer noma
formerly occupied bj Poycte's restaurant,
FOU JjALK Olt RENT Vlneg.r w6it,
ererMhinz in eomolete order, with p.ial.
lishe I bus nt rs,iLo ISO liarreis vinegar for sale,
the Tery I esL FR.VNK DtLLONE.
MOSEY TO LOAV l.nquir; of F. A
Beals, Room No. 3 Visschcr'j block Oma
lots, SxGu. on tl c coiu.r cf
thsts, with a CittaTe hnt.se
C Burt andlAth sts,
ou eaih, ol r.ouis each. rice SI 60J each.
n-cli9tf J. W . TOW SLLY.
woman f r Mtchen work.
J. W. TtiW?LEy.
TOAVSLhY'S HOUaE RAO.S1I
is grod (or
TAL1HC Hi'USE KEOPENED-Tb-
basbeen thoruuhlr re. ami. ami
Killb voeii for the aicouiniodation of boarders
and the public generally, on the 1st of Ma cb
by Will, l.ovux-r. Charges reasoi.able 10th
St., btt. Cup. ac. aad Davei port St. feCttl
EOR bALE A thoroughbred, thort horn
bull, four years o'd. Inquire cf Fomeroy
A Kennedy, Papillion.
WANTED A good biacksmi h with some
means to start a (bop In a ountry town
Apply to Purnroy A K.nuedy, Piplllioti. Utf
JTOUE IOU BEN r On N H'ror. lttb and
O Chicago. 8. A. TAYLOR A Ctl.
ALL A UOUITII i:YATEIl 1VOK.
The central rity of the West
Quite proud of late lias prom,
Ai d frels il n m limber wait
A pools zed fond to own
The greats liiiltl f t e wurld
ii wiIi to cut a swell.
At once creel a itfer..lr
Upon their htglicst hlllj ,
We read in the days ft Noah
That water wo as werelrld;
' ,, The troub t in t ej bsd oo sewers,
An so the peoi 1 died. .
ut ' If wat."r works we try.
To put in teeiiMOd andrlrorg.
Ana maxe our tiiteu quite ary.
And when the thing is dene
We'll celebrate ct oncct
Then erer J body in the t wn .
" Will buy their lists of .Bonce.
'Ear all new styles that i ow are out,
Some fifty- kinds or n ore.
You' 1 Cod them cheap t Eunce's
Famous New lork store.
The dump on Hitter of tha West, CM Doaj
Lu Street. mcii6if
' XlUS. K. H. PALMEB,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak
I Sooas,262 EonjlssSt. near 15 b, (C? Stairs.)
I cut from actnal" ncasorement not from
l tten tend wll-u m,u aai-sfution lo a I
Cntllnff ariI Fltt'.n? a Speclaltj,
A continuance of the -vert llh.ral istonaje
all eady teste weJ, lespectlolly lolldtei.
well as sgtnts wno uare ana i trx experience,
for our beautiful subject and iiw prices are
.nprccisted by a'l. To cm e large sales erery-
boreal lhegent has 10 do Is to show the
frnmheusa to house Dont loot Lie
Notice is hereby siren to ihs'qui lined elctt
mrj of the ity if Uuiairi, that autlrction will
be held within and or the City 01 Ouuh , on
Tuesday, the seventh da "ofAfrtl, A. t. lsT4,
for the.loil wiaj purp scsto viv-:. Tor th--elec
ion f Msor, Tr s.r-r, Clerk,. MkiiiaL
Police Judgr, City rugin er, au.i a rret Coin
mis.ionet : alocne ounritaian and oie mem
ber of the Board of Education within and foi
ach ward, hdu one Com cU'-an lo fillvnancy
within aut for tLe tl.l d ard; and one tuea -berot
theBoaidit-tdncati n 811 Tacinrlfs
within and fortechuf lb 1st and Sod wads;
also t tlie same time said pL.ce the qu itli.uoi
issuing bnds t tne City n the. sum ot 1 wo
UanditdThousjnd UoIL.tr. payable in tweuty
) ears with interest at e.cit i er c nt. per an
num, foi tie cunj'ructio" of we work-,
t all b ile- Ided j b 1 ot by si el ct iou, and
those Toting in fT. r o isumz s.ii-l UmI
slialln.te a ballot wnich sh-dl read, "iOlt
WsTtE BiiM.s," and those rotin agaksi
the issuing of s.id b-Ua, shall Mc ballot
whl h shall ed, "AG NtT WA Ki
BOND-.' At whkh election the p- 1U wiU t
upci eu ai me louowing named places in U.i
aTcral war. s, to wit:
lit wa d, at Tu-ner II 11.
ml wjc at Ingltie Ho sSb 3.'
3d wa d at t nlue lb-use o. 2.'
4lb ward at tlie durt ioue.
5th war.t at F. E. .-u-lth's, cor 12th and Chl
C3g t-. '
bth wnd at Erg nell. useXo. 1.
Which rl ciioii wi I le opcucd at nin
o'clckinth rurtilrg.in wllUoniinue op n
until Serau o'clock in tho id exuuin. of hi
In witbess whereof, I are hereun o.srt my
lani and caul ti.o seal ot said
-( Utytob hen un o suite , this
, o I WtMeetilid.j of March, A. 1.
1 L I71.
53S & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Otficeup stairs.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriages
and Buggies on Land or itae to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
ing. . spr2S-tl
228 Douglas SU Omaba, Neb.,
Buggies Patent "WTieels,
Etoad Wsgoas, Trottlnz Sulkies, Skeletons, Stu
debater's Celebrattd Wasons Jan-es R. lllli'i
Celebrated Concord Harnesn and Whips,
Bobes, Blankets, Wagon Msti rial of all iHrierip'
tions, Spoken, Hubs, Felloe. end alt klnusoi
HARD WOOD LUMBER
Thimble Skein. Axlraaod Springs
3XT 3E .H-tt..
street, between 14th and 15th.
In all it Branches, in
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHIM!
and repairing done on, short notice.
CAKRIAGK, BUCGY and TTAGON
N. E. CORNER of 1Kb. and HARNFi STS,
WoaloT respectfully snroance tc the pablle
th t he is now ready to 011 all contracts in the
tboie lines with eatness and dispatch.
tFxpress wscns const ntlv on hand an I
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
T0mpi(locu t , Ercning res rs Mcddin
S ills, Mor ing Wrap is, di . ic , ( t o r
er th I et Pa lsln s vie . having ar
ri d on a hi n b e iu t n,s an fi ti g f ia
alis in a I its lin'th s in tbn t r us c piu
and c n le if ahio in I-mop and in r ,
lik pi a ur in tr duct jt n yeif t ih
imlies ( niah.. stU'acl ti puar nt-cd in
exery d rarduent i my piouui.n.
No. O) 13 Mx -trert,
CL1EK& FRE Cir
And dealers in
DItlED FRUITS, ETC.
Green Fruits ta their Season
ORDERS SOLICITED AXD PEOUrTI.T FILLED
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Ejo Glas-cs anil Spct lacks,
603 13th St, OMAHA, fiEBBiSKA.
W Jewelry msnu's-turcl loonier. Fine
Watches, Cocks, ar Jewelry, repaired and
E0I ELS AND BB3fAUKAKT3.
TF wj-sf-s m-m SrOO'i
rttwten Olh and lOtb.
'CI1AK1 E.S KtLDEltJIAM'rop.
)UAHA, - KTBSASKA
Tholsrcest and lst hotel between- Chkio
'md &n Praiiclycn. 9
Opened new epiemtr 3Uth, 1STX
i.1u tf ! . THkaLL. Pmrrirtor.
ioo rAM4iiAn street.
BtV-n.l0th and 11th,
VICTOR DLCRO&5, - Prop'i.
tlBLES 8UPB LIED WITH 7EBITHIE0
In tlie Martet
Open From 7 a. m. -to 12 p.
All Meals Served to Order.
0YBTES3 SEEVED 15 EVEBT STTLE
'rams in seaaoD.
Prices to suit the
- Southern Hotel.
Frcntlsg oa 4l!i,.yi ni W.Ian trtr
St. Lonis7 - Mo.
Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
rbe Southern Hole) la Sr-t-rte-s in all Its
ppointm'Bis 1 s tl.l- axe at all timn sup
pliwt In tne jri-st-t al'Qn nce. with all t'e
JeJiearies the nx-rkei niSirL .Its rbrVs.nd
mplores are all polite and HtntiTe " Ihr
wants of lhiru.-t ol th hotcj. Tlwrelsi-n
ImproredeleTalnr Irsdinz from" tie fi ml Boor
to the upper oue. IUilna! snl iteamhoat
:Icket otSn-s. newsstand, and Western Union
Telegraph ofSca In Botunda of the hotel.
and Wagon Making
r jt v
Are receiving an immense stock ot Furniture from -the eas
trn cities, 'lha Public are mvit d to call and see our
new styles of
PARLOR, DINING ROOM, AND GHAHBR FDRKITURF,
SIDE BOARD?, BOOK CASES, WARDROBES, DESKS. &c.
.1 Largo Stock of Medium & Common Furniture
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Nos. 187, 189 and 1 91 Farnham Street.
OMATTA. Brass X.wA.S:XV.
Wines, Liq'jobs, Cigars
c3c- cfcc (
Tine Old Kenl utkj Whiskies and :mpor!ed Gootl a S)chllj.
239 DOUGLAS 8 rP.,1
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE,
PUNDT, MEYER fc RAAPKE,
Teas, Spices, Tobacco aaidr Qigaf s.
"212 Farnham Street,
JOHN Tv EDGAR,
-jobi eu or
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
AGRICULTT7E AL IMPTiTlTRITTS,
riiRisiiKio. iixiiVf-vri-i'M. itv:
COUK-PLtMCIIx. I'LOW', tut 1VVTOIU, IIV.-
nAKKil WAO.I.W. mch3r
- si crEsou TO n
WILLIS & ANDRESEN, .
XCTos. OOQ aud CIO
WINES, BRANDI S, AND GM
Wbolfsale detltn In TUBE UOCRBOX CO,
Kli-b oi tlie mist celeb aiMl brands. Alxo, DOMESTIC LIQUOBB In barrels at!
cases, role Kent for the rtlelraled J.LVADA. CALIIUIiaiA. COLOJl'DO.
MONTANA, OAKOTA and NrBKAiK 8 UAU3. IinportxdM.U..U
and BAbS ALE and LONDON rORTEB, aiwsjs oa Land. Alto
TIN PLATE, AND
Jaranned "Ware. Tools and Machines
PartlcuUraltentlon will be paid to Orders from
ket can sare Doth time and
0EDEB3 OLI0ITED A"0 81TI3FA0TI0" OrjAXAJITSBO.
vmjm Wittera Agency for Nebraska and the MTefUrn Territories for tLe
Charter Oak and
hend for Prke Lisa. Add;
R. & J. WILBUR,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB
C F. C3-OOX)"BA3iT.
And Xoler- 'lax.
. PAINTS, OILS AND
- -- IsTES-
r HiiWfuso tLi.,nEE Bin
14th . Omaliii, Bar"fcj
KENTU KT, C IPER UISTILLrD WHU
the Trade. Merchants eaarealenl to
money 6r erierlM trows
- Omah.su, XTol
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