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THE QMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL rAPEIt OF THE CITY.
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nd 17 p! o.; dose 1:5 p. m. and 4.33 . "
OffM onen Sundays Jrom 12 to 1 p. m.
un.ce open "" & xOsT. f ustmaster.
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ThU is the only Une rennlnK Pullm.n Hotel
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Gen'L Werws. Agt-
100 P. M.
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VomlncExprCB.-.SAM. 100 A
ItTenlnz Express- .-S Y. M. o.w
,-rt-nrr Firnham and Ninth strwta, ni
3S5 taSrance of the above Railroad
OMAHA BREVITIES. -
TO ADrtflWW-1' CIUCC
Z.iIO or the OlfcT BEE I mare
th.B Bble tbt-r W oilier dally
paper pablUbed toSebrmk.
Peycke's Eestaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farpham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. - lel24tf
Attend to the registration of
your name If you wish to vote.
"Pleasant Hours" will give two,
and perhaps three, sociables after
Business at the Police Court is.
dull at present
The public schools are liaying
vacation thjs week.
John W. Hugus, post trader at
Fort Steele, is in the city vi3lting
friends and relatives."
Dr. McClelland can always be
found at the Grand Central Hotel
during thPcvemfigT-i "
The orctiestra will accompany
the singers at the Philharmonic re
hearsal this evening,
We are informed that Mr. E.
Allen, of Engine Company No. 1, is
a candidate for the office of Chief
"Social Hours" may give62or
two more parties this season. This
club intends to indulge in moonlight
dances during the summer.
The omission of Col. Wilbur's
name from among the nominations
in the "head" of the Republican
City Convention repart in yester
day's Bee was not intentional, be
ing an oversight
Republicans of the 6th.;Ward
should attend to regiatratida ifithey
wish to secure a full votg xl;Tues
day. Their attention Is Cali&thc
Registrar's no'tfee in animfctyjcol
The Douglas County District
Court is in &ewion Judge
Lake holding court in the Clerk's
office, and Judge Maxwell in the
Court Room. Judge Maxwell is
engaged in hearing the case of
Williarn9 vs. "Lowe, a long contested
matter, and one in -which Judge
Lake was formerly interested as
In thocaseof Adolphu3 Boehme
vs. the city, for damages in tearing
down "the wood front of his building
on Thirteenth street, under the au-.
thorlty of tho fire limit ordinance,
Judge Lake has sustained the de
murrer to the petition, deciding lhat
the plalnuii nas no cause oi action.
Bpaun & Prltchett for the city and
Savage & Mandersou for the "plain
tin. . -
George Wilkinson is the name
of an eccentric cripple who arrived
here yesterday from tie East He
has a short leg, wears a crutch,
weighs but 84 pounds, and claims to
be the champion hopper of the
world, being-able torhbp a mile: in
thirteen minutes. Among other
tricks that he performs Is the whirl
ing of a lot of plates, making them
dance a waltz, schottlsche, or a pol
ka. Mr. James JJowcn, who is to re
open the Belle Union, under the
name of Grand Central Vaudeville
Theatre, on Thursday evening, is a
man who thoroughly understands
his business, having been engaged
as a minstrel himself, and also as
manager and agcnl for different
troupes for over "seven years. He
promises to make a fir&t-class place
of amusement -out of the Grand
Mr.'E. C McShanc, who was
nominated last evening as a Demo
cratlc candidate for councilman for
th First Ward, declines the honor
lThc concert civen at Turner
hallMondav evening for thebenefit of
the cripple, Buchler, was fairly at
tended. The entertainment was a
wwvl one. The violin duct per
formed byrastcrsAlstadtandSan- I
ders was well rendered, inese
youths possess consldcrableusical
talent, and promise to become bril-
The Grana Central billiard room
has been greatly improved by the
new entrance on Fourteenth street,
which was thrown open yesterday.
The bar has been moved to the north
side of the room, and elegantly re
arranged. Th'ere will bo two new
tables put in, oueof wlncii wiu oe a
monitor pool table, which will be a
if. in this r5tv. This room is
indeed a-very attractive resort, and
will continue to be so as long as Har
ry Erdman mixes and dispenses the
liquids at the bar.
Hon. T. M. Marquette, a promK
nent lawyer of Nebraska City, is
stopping at the "Wyoming,
Captain C. B. Rustin, of the Oma
ha Smelting "Works, left for the
East yesterday afternoon.
Judge Dundy is expected here to
day, to hold a special term of the
United States "District Court.
Mr. C. P. Dueli, father of H. P.
Duell, yesterday returned from a
visit to the East
J.H. Pynchon, the newly appoin
ted traveling auditor of the Union
Pacific, left for the if jst yes erdajj
The following are the arrivals at
the "Wyoming Hotel :
.1 "R Silvis. Grand Island: A J
Baric, Toledo, Ghio; Geo P Russell
and wife, "West Point, Neb; Tho3 F
Sullivan, Ixwel; G S Cruickshank,
MHaight, Denver; MChambcrlin,
Burlington; Miss E Robinson,
Dr. Clayton Teffinsand wife,Knox-
ville, Mo; AHShcaley, M King,
S S Dunham and wife, St .Louis;
J H Kimball, Hcsinan, Neb; RC
Tooker, Chicago; J BTooker, Chey
enne; D A Harmon, Fremont;- A
Casfier, Leavenworth; D North,
Columbus; Miss Hoyle, Kearney
Junction; W M "White, Hastings,
Neb; H P Handy, Grand Island;
MFSafield,J 31 "Whiteame, Chi
cago; if D Thompson, Des Moines.
The KINGS! "3 specialities."
BABY BUGGIES. I am agent for
4 factories. .Sell MUCH BELOW
others. WALLPAPER! Sloci
large, JYiccs low. BIRDS J T am
the ONLY .dealer in genuine IM
PORTED German Canaries.' The
above at -wholesale, LOW! J2BER
HART, "KING of all dealers.
nich 30-It , .
..Copies of clty'qhafter for sale at
the Bee office. tf
Ix.the French Collee House, 4S5
Twelfth street, between Faniham
and Harnoy, is always to be had the
most splendid cup of cofle, chocolate,
fried or boiled egg9, &c No liquors.
mar 23 It
Second Ward "Registration Hotice.
Notice is hereby given that I will
sit at the office of John Davis, Esq.,
over the First National Bank,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2d,
3d and 4th days of April, from 9
o'clock a. m. until 5 p. m., for the
purpose of making corrections and
additions to the present list of legal
voters of the Second Ward.
' "" " A. R. Orchard, Registrar.
March 27, 1874. mar2J6t
All kinds of
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Bought and Sold at Doyle's
Book Store, Douglas St, near 15th.
The Temperance League.
To the "mperance Citizens of Oma
ha in mass mc? assembled-:
Your committee appointed? "e
moss meeting held at the Lutheran
Church on the 23d inst, to present a
plan of operation for tho temperance
citizens of Omaha, would respectful
ly report and recommend the fol
lowing plan, to-wit:
The organization of a Central As
sociation to be called the Omaha
The membership of said League
to consist of one delegate from each
church (without regard to creed),
Sunday or day school, and each
Fraternal and other society in the
city of Omaha taking an interest in
the objects of said organization.
Said delegates to he elected for the
terni of one year.
Said organization to elect officers
and adopta constitution and by-laws
for its government with no unneces
sary "red tape."
Your committee Jceming it im
portant to avoid merely a spasmodic
effort to correct the great evils aris
ing from the use of intoxicating
drinks and seeking to secure imma
nent and continuusfveffort would
recommend that said league, repre
senting that all temperance people,
have for its main objects the secur
ing of hignaturcs to a pledge, the
reformation of the intemperate, the
organization of sub-societies, the
opening and maintaining of free
reading-rooms, cofl'ee and tea rooms
and the publication and circulation
of temperance literature.
We would especially urge the-im-portance
of labor among the youth
of our city, and the organization of
"bands of hope" in our Sunday and
Your committee recommend in
case the?e vie meet with the ap
proval of this meeting, that a com
mittee of five be appointed to invite
churches, Sunday and day schools,
and societies to appoint delegates
-for die purposes above stated.
i Watson B. Sumr,
W- A. Lipe,
Omaha, March 28, 1874.
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 $23 per
month. Being one of the best local
ities in the city for a retail grocery.
Mar.20, tf. S. A. Taylor fe Co.
lam now receiving a large and
well selected 6tock of. all grades of
carpeting, oil cloths, wall paper and
window .'-hades, which I am prepar
ed to sell very low. Please call and
examine my stock before purchas
ing. Joiin B. Detwiler,
504 Fourteenth street, bet Farnham
and Douglas. mohl9tf
On and after the 1st day of April,
1S74, we, tho uudersigned bakers,
will sell bread at a uniform price.
Bcixdorff & MAcss,
W. Ublatj Bno.,
Mrs. C. Carey,-
TUESDAY, APRIL 7th, 1874.
CHAMPION S. CHASE.
For Police Judge,
,'B. H. "WILBUR.
For Street Commissioner,
J. H. BUTLER.
r or jny xuyiucvi,
1st "Ward N. C. "WHITMAN.
2d "Ward THOMAS SWOBE.
3d "Ward, Long Term S. G. TAY
LOR. 3d "Ward, Short Term CHARLES
4th Ward LEWIS BROWN.
5th Ward Dr. L. F. BABCOCK.
6th Ward O. C. CAMPBELL.
For Members of the Board of Edu
cation: IstWard-W. H. .HUGHES.
2d Ward-J. W. LYTLE.
3d Ward E. R. WILLIAMS.
4th Ward ALVLN SAUNDERS.
Kth Ward ROBERT McCON-
6th Ward C. A. CALDWIN.
PEN MAN SHIP. During the
next two weeks I shall arrango 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 as early as passible.
Geo. R. Ratiibun,
Principal Omaha Bus. College,
mar 23, tf
A Farewell Party.
Last evening the past and presen
members of the "Bachelor's Club,"
and other friends of Charley Byrne,
tendered him a farewell party at
Mrs. Ryans, the Club's headquar
ters, upon his approaching depar
ture for Plattsmouth. There were
about forty gentlemen present, and
music was voluntarily furnished by
the City Band of eleven pieces.
An elegant supper was set out by
Mrs. Ryan, who is noted for her
excellent cuisine. Tho evening was
passed in the most pleasant and
sociable manner, and was thorough
ly enjoyed by all. A general regret
was expressed that Mr. Byrno had
concluded to leave Omaha He has
long been a resident hero, and has
ever been known as a genial and
affable gentleman, honorable in bu-Bine-sand
other affairs, and a prom
inent socieTyman7What Omaha
looses, Plattsmouth will gain.
Fort Scott nisty and black coal
at D, C. Sctpiien's,
211 Farnham street bet 12th and
13th. J. B. Mapes, Agt.
An "Unsuccessful Attempt at Poi
soning. Sunday afternoon two men, who
wanted3- rId of a dog owned
the bottoms for the purpose of po"
soning him. Arriving at a certain
spot they threw to the animal a
piece of meat stuffed with strych
nine. The dog devoured it with
great voracity, and then looked up
pleasantly, as if it said, "Thank
you; have you got any more?" The
dog didn't die, but kept skipping
arouLd as lively, if not livelier, than
ever. The two men came to the
conclusion that the canine either
possessed a cast-iron stomach, or
else the strychnine was not of first
class quality. They started for
home, followed by the dog. Hap
pening to pass by a Union Pacific
freight car, the idea of sending the
dogwesttolet him grow up with
the coutry, struck one of them.
Opening the door the two men put
him Inside, shut the door again, and
proceeded to their homes. The dog
Is now probably on his way to the
First "Ward Registration Hotice.
Notice is 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. 103, Farnham
street, on the 1st, 2d, 3rd and 4th
days of April, 1874, from 9 o'clock
A. M. to 7 o'clock p. 31., except one
hour at noon, of each day.
BIRDS, BABY BUGGIES and
WALL PAPER. mch28t2
The undersigned will sit on Wed
nesday and Thursday, the 1st and
2d days April, 1874, at T. C. Brun
ner's, corner of Sixteenth street
and Capital avenue, for the purpose
of correcting the list of voters in the
Fourth Ward, Omaha City, Ne-
itaraska. P. Hugus,
W. M. Bushman has removed to
265 Douglas street, near Fifteenth,
and is prepared to show and offer
for sale the finest and best assorted
stock of try and Fancy Goods
latest styles and patterns, and at the
lowest market prices. mar27tf
Mrs. J. W. Majors will re-open
her house for boarders on Monday
morning, Apnl 6th,J8t4, .at the cor
ner of 16th and Douglaa ttreeta.
Mils. Majors, Proprietret.
THE DEMOCRACY IN COUNCIL
Ponderous Bodies Move Slowly.
k Babel in Embryo.
nominations for City Offices.
For Mayor-tCoL 8Tge.
For Treasurer Edward Johnson.
For Clerk S. V. Mealio-
For Police Judge E. I. Emory.
For Marshal Wm. P. Snowden.
The Democratic City Convention
mot at the United States Court
room in Redick's Opera House, at
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Tho Convention was called to
order at half-past two o'clock, by D.
L. Richards. .
L. C. Richards suggested aa tem
porary Chairman, Fred Mete, who
asked to bo excused. Charless H.
Brown was then elected to that
A. B. Snofrdon was oloctod tem
A committee of three on cre
dentials was thon appointed, behig
Messrs. M. Donovan, F. Mete, and
Considerable time was spent by
the committee on credentials, who
finally reported the following dele
gates as entitled to representation:
Patrick McGavoek, George Kleff
ner, C. C, Merick, Chas. Brandes,
L. Y. Morse, Patrick Doran, Fred
erick Krug, Frederick Mete,
Maurice Dee, Ed. Creisrnann, W
P. Wilcox, J. F. Morton.
- SECOND WARD.
M. Donovan, J. R. Conkling,
Thomas Kennedy, Henry Bruning,
Chas. Simpson, A. Murphy, L. C.
Richards, J. S. Marsh, Jacob Stick
ler, Christ Hartman, N.N. Vinquest,
Phil Mehriiug, Henry Lauer;
John T. Clark, Peter Mattingly,
Joseph Leis, John Galligan, C. H.
Brown, Fred Dellone, P. H. Lary,
A. B. Snowden, R. Kimball, Geo.
Frances X. Dellone, M. J. Johan
nes, E. H. Samrop, Wm. Scott, S.
N. Mealio, J. W. Yates, H. W.
William, H. H. Jeffries, Fred
Williams, Henry Hornberger,
David Schonrich, C. H. Downs.
Wm. Lumb, A.J. Roljersts, Thos.
Faulkner, Pat Swift, Maatin Kenny,
D. F. Richards, J. W. Crawley, F.
Streitz, Wm. Gushart, Thos. Mel
drum, T. J. Casey, Wm. Paver.
Shields, Willhelm, E. V. Smith,
Medlock, Hodges, Mell Smith,
Herman, H. Hume, Weimuller,
Report was adopted.
Tho temporary President and
Secretary were made the permanent
officers of the convention.
Nominations Col. J. W. Savage,
Hon, Ezra Millard, and J. J. L. C.
Informal Ballot Savage 53;
Millard 0; Jewett 7; Gen. Mander
sonl; Peter Her 1,
On motion Col. Savage was then
nominated by acclamation for the
office of Mayor.
On motion of M. Donovan, Ed
ward Johnston was nominated by
acclamation, and was declared the
uanlmous choice of tho convention.
On motion a formal ballot for City
Clerk was taken, the majority of
votes to elect
The following gentlemen were
nominated : S. N. Mealio, E. D.
Kitton, Peter Hughes, Frank Thorn,
Julius Hlnes, and John M. Clark.
Formal ballot Mealio, 41; Kit
ton, 11; Hugus, 2; Thorn, 9; Hines,
2; Clark, 5.
Mealio was declared the unani
mous nominee of tho convention.
Nominations.-"-J. T. Holteman,
J. R. Porter, E. L. Emorj't E. D.
ballot Holtzman, 7;
Porter, 22 : Emory, 32 ; Chandler,
Formal ballot Holtzman, 2; Por
ter, 19; Emory, 41; Chandler, 10.
Mr. Emory was declared the
unanimous choice of the convention.
On motion Wm. P. Snowden was
unanimously nominated by accla
mation. STREET COMMISSIONER.
The foltowing were named for
Street Commissioner, viz : Thomas
Swift, Miles Serio, Peter -"Larson,
Thos. Brady, Patrick Powers, Oliver
The following was the result of
the informal ballot : Larson received
5, Grady 6, Swift 12, Dennis 1,
Powers 28, Leise 1.
On the formal ballot Swiftrcceived
9, Serlo 15, Larson 1, Brady C.
The nomination of Mr. Powers
was declared unanimous.
Charles G. Herlitz and Louis Von
Froben were nominated for City
A formal ballot was taken in
which Herlitz received 52 votes,
Froben 1G, Jones 1, and Frazer 1.
The follow ing City Central Com
mittee was appointed upon nomin
ations made by the delegates from
the respective wards:
First Ward Charles Brandes,
W. P. Wilcox,
Second Ward L. C. Richards,
M. Donovan. .
Third Ward H. Lauer, C. H.
Fourth Ward S. N. Mealio, W.
Fifth Ward-D.'F. Richards, F
iUCl"T "I.. .-
JJiixthVard Sam Herman, v.
af . Mackev,
' ' ? :
The city counciltfheld a regular
weekly meethigln e council cham
ber last night 7
The following Biiembers were pre
sent: Bristol, Dojic, Gibson, Jones,
Lucas, Marsh, gtinenson,ouiijucii,
Thurston and MrPresldent.
The Judiciary Committee reported
back the circus ordinance, without
alteration. $ .
The committee $n public property
and improvements, recommended
that the communication of E. D.
Pratt in regard io the location of
shade trees, oe mu j" - ""-
which report was aepted.
The committe oafire reported
-k the matter concerning "night
artillery" without recoiunendaUon.
Report was adopted. &
The same committee ajBo reported
recommending the Coun to pur
chase three feed cutters' fnd close
tne coniraci wim mc w.)" -....
Grain Company. This report was
referred back to the comrjiitfc with
power to act Further uoae was
granted to the committee inVhich
to purchase an alarm bell. S
The committee on sidewalks and
bridges recommended that the pe
tition of a number ofoiUzenaasking
for cross-walks on 16th steet be
granted. Adopted. Jh
A communication from the com
mittee on water works was,placed
on file. ,,a
The Investigating Committee was
granted further time in whichto
examine tne dooks oi i-ot. in.-vyu.-.
On motion of Mr. Thurston, the
Council fixed upon next Friday
night as the time at which to meet
and finish the business now in Jho
hands of the several committees
A-communication from thejfKreet
Commissioner, stating In detail the
work which he had not as jret com
pleted, was placed on nie.y
The appointment of Joseph Shee
ly as Chief Engineer offtho Fire
Department was confirmed.
The plat of Mr. Boehflffis's addition
to the city of Omaha, was referred
to the committee on"reets and
grades for examination.
An ordinanoo to repealr6rdlnance
No. 303, in relation to watet works
bonds, was presented by Mr5Bristol,
road a second time by title ami laid
upon the tablo. J
The oruinance nxing me uuusu
of circuses was laid over unttl next
Mr. Marsh moved that the matter
of repairing the city scales onllth
BhTOi-lo referred to Mr. Stephenson,
and the street" commissioner, W4U1
power to act, Uarneq,
Mr. Weidensall Declines.
Omaha, March 31, '74.
To the members of the Republican
Convention of the 30th tnst: a
Gentlemen : Having noticea in
the papers that I had been chosen
as a candidate for tho office of City
Clerk, it is with regrot that I in
form you that through a misunder
standing my name was brought be
fore your convention, and not by
my consent Those who used my
name, I believe, did it in good faith,
believing I would accept, though
they knew I did not want tho office.
"While I fully appreciate the honor
conferred, and am sincerely thank
ful to my friends for their Intended
kindness; nevertheless, injustice to
myself, I must respectfully, but
J. "Weidensall, Jr.
H. L. Latey, corner Douglas and
12th streets, keeps fresh Taffies and
all kinds of candies. Also, the best
pies and cakes in the city. The trade
ot families solicited. mch20tf
Rejiembee. At Allendorfs, No.
209 Douglas street, Is decide'dly the
best place to buy tho choicest of all
kinds of Fish ; also, the best of Eggs,
loc per dozen mar25tf
Allen, the Grocer, keeps the
finest assortment of Groceries In"
tfils city; call and buy of him for.
cash, and save 10 per cent, on your
Fine lot of SPKEfa goods con
sisting of French, English and
American Cassimeres, Doeskins,
Cloths, &c, whloh I urn pre
pared to furnish, made in latest
style, and at lowest rates to be found
in the city. Also gentiomens fur
nishing goods at GREATLY RE
DUCED rates. C. F. Hamann.
S. E. cor., 11th and Farnham
streets. m26 6t
Peach Marmalde at Brunner's.
3oots and Shoes.
All goods warranted.
ma2Gl m Henry Doiile &Co.
Si3iPSON's Cigar Factory will re
move April 1st to Creighton Block.
Buy groceries cheap forcash, and
the place to do It Is at Allen's.
Choice Fresh Butter at
mar 20, 5t Brunner's.
T. C Brunner has tho largest
assortment of groceries In Omaha.
For superb Job Printing, at "Bed
RicTrPjffrx," go to Gray, 12th street.
Si3Ipson's Cigar Factory will re
move April 1st to Creighton Block,
mar 25 Ct
The nicest assortment of Groce
ries, both fancy and staple, together
with produce and vegetables, are to
be found at the Cash Store, 272
Dodge Street L. V. Mobse.
Auction Sale of the finest lot of
oil paintings and chromos ever
brought to Omaha. Sale commenc
ing at 7 p. m. and to-morrow at 2 p.
m. at Bushman's old stand, .Church
block. Gray & 'Allen,
mar30 It Auctioneers.
ilEN'S KIP WORKING SHOES
One Dollar fc Seventy-five Cts.
Webbeb & BEinr,
Comer Thirteenth and Douglas SU.
One 500 mile ticket over the .Chi-
asBs"at . sWsV. . "
rigo k aNvnweMn nuroafl
Eepublican Central Committee
At the Republican City Conven
tion Monday afternoon a central
committee, composed of tho follow
ing gentlemen, was appointed :
First Ward John Rath, Josiah
Second Ward Thomas Swobe,
Third Ward I. W. Miner, W. A.
Fourth Ward W. M. Francis,
Lewis S. Reed.
Fifth Ward H. Jones, C. Fisher.
Sixth Ward C. K. Coutan., W.
Mr. Wlltse Introduced the follow
ing resolution which was adopted :
Scsolvcd. That It is recommend
ed by this convention that in the
future tho registry list should be
used at tho primary elections, and
that no nersons be allowed to vote
who are not an elector in the ward
and a voter in the Republican party.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
!le. Lost, Wants, Found, Boarding, c, wlU
tie insertedin these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each sub-oiuent insertion.
FIVE CbNTd per line. The unit InsrUon
never leu shun TWrNTY-FIVP CENTS.
II f ANTED Anurseuirl-Ge man i refercd.
W Call at he northwest corner nt 23 1 and
WANTED To ent a House of five or six
rooms with barn,onrenicnce to business
mchlStf II Douglas st
WANIKD Wliilfljou are clfantrg house,
send your bee ur ains to Oinali. M- am
laundry. I hey will do them as gaud is new.
wantel at tbe Mumeouery
on Capital avmue. between Hev-
thaud Twilfth Newly leno ate.!, pleas
ant rooms, good table mid ptico to suit the
FOR SALE OR RENT' ouw and Lot on
corner o' HO b and Cuniuilns fctrert
llmiaA h4 O TVWlml- with 1? od Cell r. nH Well.
fine wate , and 2 cistcrs, a g od tab o with
room for 3 horses. The hous is already furn
ished. Wilsellorrent Man on the prem
ises will show the property. Apply to
mchS'tf Bevi.r Macou Co. Miss url.
ITlOL SALE UIEAP-1 ighty acres o" deslra-
r lii laud in Uoue las count . leinis .asj
BxKON REED Ot CO.
FOK SALE A house and lot "n Pjji lion ,
lies nlile lo. stion for stor , lot 2iiH0 It.
hous- 18x.!5, one story and on-balf ij.h. In
quir at ffirv of Ur. I), fc. Beadle, Papl lion.
FOU RENT An elegant large double hoae,
all tn dern convetiianc s, turn and 4aire-
of ground attached situated in the City of
'niaha, one ml e ir.im thf post orhce. owner
would board for rent The situation is eligi
ble and as a suaimer rest ence unsurpassed
ippl c nts must me be re"pon,ilb e. A 'd ess
or Inqube of arke Gudwiu, Attorney at
Law, & 9" i3th st Omaha. m hiiwl
WAITED At the Huh i-chool Building,
T a womsu to do general housrworic.
yiTrANrED A few lioarders can be, accomo-
Vii dared witn eooa ooird ana pioi-ani
rooms iiaquuu ri iwr ioiu &i. uiiik
"- T. t.-,P.. . I.
Enqulio rt 9 15m st. mrh.SO.6
'J-OHEAP" A Houseof S room, snd one
"-rcars lease on lot, on Jackson nearTenth
streetsor 2JM- Ground rent, $! er annum,
Possession nuen 1mm dlate'y.
$ J. F. MOUTES A CO.
mrl 30U5 Brolers, ) Tenth t.
ANTtD A few m re lard.r- at S. E
cor. '8th and Capital t.
N YONE p.Tii g osl a sow ai d litter of pt
cannpq luetnai ice tor .hui ! no ge
'j? ' r m-'M'T
OY WAM'ED at 31.
J.O'eir4, J17 t in-
WAN ED A n rl odog4 eral ousewoik.
Wages f 5 00 per w 1 eV Aptly to
II ruMER 'Y.
West end of St. Mary's Atenue. Omaha. Neb.
A LL parties wishing to purchise lumber for
. cazu, wU14nd my prices lower than the
liEO. A. HllAOLAND.
TJ P.R.R. tr.ck. Douas and 6th sts
UESIDhNCE ril'Jl'KUTY I-Olt SaLE
CHEAP I ot 1 in li'ock H, an I Lot 8 in
HlocklC b-th on i-omer, arofu'l lots (6x12
ft ), beautlf tl building iitus and in the moot
desirable! ortion of the iiy. Als South half
0tLul8, Blotk US, (6 It nqusrt), X. W. cor
ner o' Farnham and 18 h sts. covered wl h
FRUIT and S AI'KTRIfe, and commands a
Tirw of the whole eli y and surrounding coun
try. Also Lot r, B o k 40 Inquire of I. W.
T. RichaBDS.No. 0ii 13th s ., bet. Frrhm
and Douglaa , n.cbl-raou-thr-at-3w
FOR RENT Th Vallev House Inqulr of
mchl tf JQHX T. PAULSEN.
WANTED A good clrl to do general house
woik, good wages will bj pail. Inqttiro
st this office, or address II. T. Clarke Belle Tue,
WANTED At tbe Wjoming Hotel, two
' good glr's, at once. Ap ly b twren 9
FOR SALE 160 acres 01 lunl nai ining a
larg tarm and clos to e'tle- ents in ih
southeast part of Duller C. untv, for St o er
creontlmi-, nr the whole fur J 09 if pail in
cash. Land iiSO ulle- uonhwrst of Ld coin.
Applt t ADRbWB03EWATLR.
FO bALE ORREnT A farm of 1 aires
witn house and barn, situate-! one half mile
west of the Barracks: inqui of
mcht6tf D. P. REDSfOND.
FOtBAlEATA OKEIT HAKUA1N A
family carriage and a match ttatn of bay
horse,wflh bar es-:aIsoone new buggy- sndpoli
te mot black boe. The ab-.Te property lll
be'soM at a g eat laugatn. Inquire or JOHN
E. BlLL, at tbe Crystal taloon, il Doula- st,
FOR SALF A two story wlntehouse.thirteen
ri-oms, a we l.ai'UBdmco 1 ore wat-r, cis
tern, Ac. The lot if f uU size, exo lien t garden,
grapes, raspberrje .enrran'sand other fruit. A
goo- location or a barn near a t.evcr (ailing
bro k. Terms favo b e. Inquite of Sirs. J.
. Page on tbe premises, corntr of 1Mb and
WANTED A ftw day boirders can be ac
comn odated with first class board at
Mrs. Green's, VS6 lrnliaru st. over rt-oma
formerly occupied by Peycke's restaurant,
I; eTerjlh ng til cotnp'ete order, with estab
lished bu n cf.iiso 100 tiarreis Tinear ior sate,
. . ro t xrir iiLir iivl
ine Tery itsu
mch 8t f
OSEY TO LOAN hnquire of F. A
lieals, lioom rio. isscuer s diock um
nWRSALE 3 lots, 22xC6. on the corn, r of
I; Bnrt and 16th sts., with a cottage house
on each, ot J r. oms each. 1 rice 1 600 each.
. mch9tf J. W.'IUWSLI.Y.
WANTED A woman fcr kitchen work,
mjtf J. W.TOWeLEY.
rWSLhY'S HOttsE HAD.Eil Is good for
PAQFIC HOUSE REOPEN ED Tho Pacific
II out; has been thoroughly rei aired, SDd
will be open for tbe act ommodation of boarders
and the public generally, on the 1st of 31a ch
by Wm. ltowltzrr. Charges reasonable 10th
St., bet. Can. ate. and Darei port st. fe24tf
FOR SALE A tboroushbred, shiirt born
bull, four years od. Inquire of Pom n.y
A Kennedy, Papilllon feb'itf
WANTED A gno-1 blackstnl h with some
means to stun a shop in a country town
Apply to Pomroy A Kennedy, P pillion, till
S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
GolHf East or South from Omaha
And Points o U. P.E.B.. iheald Ute tht
1 LINCOLN ROUTE"
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
Aad near for th'nts-lres the cholc Six
. f Pepolar Rentes fron
KiUmj to Cfcicagt aud St. Leuls,
aUlsBaklnf BaJiablaConnectleas and being
BqBifptdwitkFahea Dayasd Blespist; Can.
All delay aad fnconrenlenc aniTlng from
Feriiaaard transfers can be aroUed AVcst ef
Chicago and St. Louis j securing Tickets Tia
ATCHISOf sinrt th ATCIIISOJr A
iraet and RellaUa Connections are sls made
with tba A.T. AS F. R. E. for the
Urratairtansas Vallej & Colorado,
Ab4 with all lines running South to points ia
Kia.ii and thr Indus Territory.
Ask lor Tickets Tia
rCOLN & ATCHISON.
. c. sirrrn,
W. F. WHITE,
Gtn'l Pass. Att.
Notice It b'erebj- given to the qmllfiol elt
on of th I ity of Omaha, that aii election will
tie held wi'.hln and tor the Citr of Omaha, on
Tuesday, the seTenthtlaj of April, A
for the lollov
nns Durcs.io u:
electios of Major, Tr.asurer, Clerk, Marshal,
Police- Judge, City Engin-er, and Street Com
missioner -alio one i ouncilman and one mem
ber of the Board of Education within and for
each ward, and one Council-nan to fill Tacancy
within and for tbe thiid vara ; and one niej;
berol the Board oi Education to fill vacancies
within and for each of th- 1st and 2nd wa ds ;
also t the same time and place the qui stion of
issuing bonds ot the City in the sum of Two
Hundred Thousand DolUrs, pay able in twenty
years with Interest at eight jr cent, per an
num, for the construction of wa'er woiks.
ball be decided t.y b-U.ot by salJelcCtion, and
those voting in favor of issuing said bonds
shall voU a ballot which shall read, "FOR
WATER BOXDS," and those Totiiu against
tbe issuing of said bods, shall vi te a ballot
whi h ahaU ead, "AGMNST WArEK
BON'DS." At which election the polls will ba
opened at the following named places ia the
several wards, to wit:
1st ward, at Turner Hall.
2nd war t at inline House No 3.
3d wa d at Engine linuse No. 2.
4th ward at the Court House.
5th ward at F. B. smith's, cor. 12th and Chi
bth ward at Engine House No. 1.
Which election will t opened at nine
o'clock in the morning an t will continue oprn
until seven o'clock la the af.eraoon of tbo
In Witness whereof, I have hereun'o set my
hand and caused the seal of said
C ty ! be hereunto amxe', this
fourteen- day ot March, A. I)
J. S. GIBSON,
a. a. si"fviapsc"tj's
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Office up stairs,) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriage
and Buggies on hand or tu e to order.
N. B- P-rUcular attention paid to Repair
228 DoHglas St., Omaha, Neb.,
Buggies Patent "Wheels.
Road Wagons, Trottine Sulkies, Skeletons, Stu
debaker's Celebrated Wagons, James IU U1I'
Celebrated Concord Harness ami Whips,
Robes, Blankets, Wagon Material ot all Descri)
tions.Spokes, Hubs. Fllocs.and all kluusof
HARD WOOD LUMBER
Thimble Skeins. Axles and 8prings
!' O EX 1ST E a3
255 Harnty ttreet, between
Carr'at-'e and Wagon Staking
tn all It Branches, in tne latrst and most
HORSE SHOHNQ AND SLACKSM'THINU
and repairing done on short notice
"P2 it ,
CAKRIAGK, BUGGY aud WAGON
N. E. CORNER of 14Ui aid HARNEV STS,
Would respectfully announce tc the nubile
th t be is now ready to 011 all contracts in the
abore lines with neatness and dispatch.
Ot2s.Expres3 wagons consUnUr on hand and
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
. J.I .
Pomnffc-n tM cnin, r-Tr,,I -xvwWin
Suits, Mor-I , '.r r, . i. . -nT
er i th-l.t-t riri.t-T. .t1. Virlnt -sr
rl dqn a lil-.n-l. .ii i n f " I" - n- I-i-db-s
in alt Its hr-i"i n h t r' n r n'ta'
andc n'resnf .!iii In rnnv-M m rr-,
Itk pl',Ur ; , -, , n vel "
1 dea .f lma"i'. cti.-a'li'n rn-otre.1 tn
evftrj d rsrt ent 1 t"t : j n.
Xo.530 It tr-f.
CLARK & FRE.NCII
And dealers In
BUIED FRUITS, ETC.
Green Fruits in their Season
OBDERJ SOLICITED AND PBOJ1PTT.T IltXBD
JEWELS Ltd f?;riCIAN'
Ee Ulasocs and Ssertaclc.
(309 13th . I. a .
ir i 'o r. Une
Jrwtlrr. rrpaired and
HOTELS 1 0 BESTADBABTf.
Jo xxxia.cBataa. X xoo ,
Petwcen 9th and 10th.
'CIIARl.KS PlL.DElt.MAN Propa
)HAHA, ' - HESBASKA
The lamest and best hotel between Chicago
uid S.-in rancisco.
Opened new September 30th, 1S73.
sW tf Oti. THkALL. Proprietor.
10O PAKNHAM sTRKKT,
Bcfn 10th and 11th,
srrcroR dlceos, - Prop'i.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH ETEBYTHISe
In the Market.
Open From 7 a. hi. to 12 p. in.
All Meals Served to Order.
0YSTEB3 8EBVED 15 EVEBT STYLE
r"ime in aeaton. Prices to rait the
Fronting n 4 6ti tad Sslaatiti
St. Louis, - Mo.
Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-clan In all its
ppolntroents. lis tab'es are at all tlmrl sup
plied in the greatest abnndance, with all t-
delicacies the msrkets afford. Its clerks and
implores are all polite and altenme to the
iranu of tbe (nests of tbe hotel. There Is an
improTedeleTator leading from tbe first floor
to the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
:icket offices, news stand, and Western Ucloa
rlgnk oaU la Rotuada of the heteL
14th and IStb
Are receiving an unmens-e stock ot Furniture from the east
era. cities. The Public are invited to call and see our
new styles of
PARLOR, DINING ROOM, AND CHA1BR FURNITDRT,
SIDE BOARDS, BOOK CASES, WARDEOBES, DESKS, 4p.
A. Large Stock of Medium & Common Furniture
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Nos. 187, 189 and 1
WHOLESALE DEALER TN
Wines, Liquors, C'&abs,
Tine Old Kentucky Whiskies and tmporfed Goods a Speelnltj.
239 DOUGLAS UP.,)
(CaldweU Bluck,) f
STEELE & JOHNSON,
53S and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE,
PUNDT, MEYER &
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 Farnliam Street, - - - Omaha, Neb
hlCnlTi-O Wl ,aaaaBSBBBSSBSBaBaBBBBBBBlBBBl
JOHN T. EDGAR,
Shelf l Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
WILLIS fe ANDRESEN,
SOS a&d OlO 14tbi St. OmiOin, 20013
WISES, BRANDIES, ANT "61
Who'esals dealers in PURE BOURBON CO..
KIS oi the most celebrated brani's.
cases, sole gents lor the relet rated
nm rpnts for thn rrIM rxtnl
MONTANA. DAKOTA and NHWA
and BASS ALE and LO.N DON
TIN PLATE, AND SHEET IRON,
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines.
eartlcaiarattcutlon will be paid to Orders fr.m the Trade. Merchant ronrenisiii to this iaar
ket can save oolh time and money br oniwlnn from us.
0KDEB8 0LI0ITED ASD 8aTI3FA0TIO- QOARAHTEEO.
sssrtxjie Western Agency (or Nebraska and the Wetarn Territories for the
bend lor Print List.
K. & J- WILBTJB,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
.Fourteenth. Street, - Omaha., XTeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL ROOKS
O. "F. C3-003D"NA."N",
PAINTS, OILS AND
4BBBB"SR g m
91 Farnham Street.
- b - 3 - r.
- - USTEIB.
.. u raaT ailTI ritt?
D WAGUNS. eb
KENTU' IT, C-PPER DISTILLED WOH
Also, militant l-iyuuiui in oarreis sua
NEVADA, CAUFOKn I A. COLUK VU,
- ' OARd- ImMrtadSCO CH
PORTER, always a band. AU
Stewart Cooking Stoves.
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