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THE OMAHA BEE
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Office open Sundars from 12 to 1 p. in.
C.E. YOST. Postmaster.
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Time Card of the BurllnRton IKoute
tUVEOMlEl. ARRIVE AT OMAHA.
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Sundays excepted. Mondays eieep.ed.
Tfili is the only line mnnlng Pullman Hotel.
Gen'l. Wes. rass.ARt. Ticket Agent.
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CbIrBO, Ilocll Ixlauil
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Kansas City, St.Jo.iConncll Kin Urn
Morning Expre.... 5:30 A. M. 10.00 A. M.
If rcmna Express.. .2:50 P. M. e. 1 . H.
flaB.tia & Northwestern and NIoui
" City pacific.
Mall Express 8:3 A-M. 2:15 P. M.
Bally except bucdays.
onSrcornerFftrnhMn aud Ninth streets, fir
elnutes in advance of tho above Railroad
THE BUSINESS HAT
Store Of FREDERICK IS -VOW KILLED
With the REST GOODS KNOWN TO
THE trade, bought by a practical
Hatter who "WILL undersell any
t.p AnvEitrix:n roe cine
X.fti'IO ot llie DAILY BEE 1- mnre
ttaandnablo thru -T any oilier dally
paper inbiuutd In JSeliraaka.
Peycte's Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. fel24tf
J. C. Cowin's law office has been
removed to'Crcighton Block. al0t4
'Hank, the Mason," is regis
tered at tho Grand Central Theatre.
E. L. Emery sent a $500 tho
roughbred bull calf to a purchaser In
oming AATerrtory yterlay-
jf Z-Andy McGarry.the TrMi vocal-
1st, ia trump card at the Grand
That toy balloon man, who was
here recently, sold $00 worth of bal
loons in one day.
The contested election case is
still in progress. The counting of
the votes of each ward has not yet
The new city officers, who were
sworn in at theCity Council, Monday
evening, entered upon the discharge
of their duties yesterday.
Charley "Weston returned from
Texas Mondayevening. He has pur
chased 200 head of Texas cattle,
which are now on their northward
trip to Omaha.
Mr. It. D. Curry, the fashiona
ble Douglas street barber, left for the
East yesterday to engage a new
force of barbers for his elegant ton
Col. Wilbur entered upon his du
ties yesterday as Police Judge. His
first case was a victim of alcoholic
stimulants, who being unablcto pay
his fine, was committed to jail.
Baby buggies will bo in de
mand this spring. Harry Haskell
Is the happy father of a boy, and
John Malley is tho joyful paternal
ancestor of a girl. Both are recent
The steamer Katie P. Kountze
Ul arrive here this evening
from 6t- Louis on her way to Fort
Benton. 6U0 w'u take on several
passengers ana considerable freight
at this port.
A man giving his name as "W.
M. Jones, hired a saddle horse from
Sweesy iCuthbertson eleven days
ago for the purpose of going into tho
eountry to look at some land,saying
that ho would be absent only two or
threo days. He hasnotyet returned,
and Sweesy t Cuthbertson begin to
think they are out a horse.
Ex-City Marshal Rustin, upon
his retirement from office, was most
pleasantly surprised at the police
rollcallMondy evcning,by being pre
sented with a beautiful- solid gold
headed cane, having on it an appro
priato inscription. Ho returned his
heartfelt thanks in a neat, brief and
well-worded speech, concluding
with a general invitation "to ad
journ and take a parting smile."
The entertainment to be given at
Bremen Hall Thursdaj evening,
by the pupil'', will bo well worth
attending. The amusing little
drama of "Cinderella," will be per
formed by the little folks of the
primary department, and the re
mainder of the programme is made
up of recitations, dialogues, and
vocal and instrumental music. Tho
proceeds are to bo applied to the
purchase of a piano for the school.
Baldwin, the houso mover, un
avoidably obstructed the street rail
way yesterday for four or five min
utes with a building, for which ho
was jerked up before tho Police
Court, at tho order of Capt. Marsh,
and assessed $5.00 and costs. Bald
win proposes to appeal the case to a
higher court, as the charter provides
that no one shall unnecessarily or
maliciously obstruct the street rail
way. The obstruction for which he
fTM fined Tr&i a cas of necessity.
During the summer months
Messrs. Caldwell & Clopper, propri
etors of the Academy of ilusic, will
entirely renovate that place of
amusement. It will be elegantly
painted and frescoed, and supplied
with new and beautiful scenery.
"When all these contemplated and
much needed improvements are
completed, the Academy of Music
will be the handsomest theatre in
the "West. Manager Irish intends
going East about the first of July to
engage first-class troupes for next
fall and winter seasons.
Palmer, who runs a first-class
hotel at Spoon Lake, is red-hot at
the Beh for publishing that item
concerning him yesterday. He says
that it has damaged him $20,000, but
thatho will be satisfied with $10,000,
which amount he threatens to try to
recoverin a libel suit. He sent word
over tho river this morning that
tho boss editor of this paper
had better come over there
and settle it Oh, Palmer, go and
soakyourswelled head in the muddy
I waters oi apoon lane. i ou inuj -jo
able to get away with Briggs, but
you can't clean out our cuampion
Dr. F. P. Sailor, U. S. A., is at
H. B. Cleveland, a wealthy Xew
Yorker, is at the Grand Central
Mrs. A. S. Dimmock, of Lin
coln, the well known newspaper
correspondent, is at the Grand
for Clifton Springs, New York, by
tho Chicago and Bock Island rail
way. District Attorney Council left for
Lincoln yesterday to attend tho
District Court. His wife and mother
started yesterday for Vermont on a
Mr. and Mrs. Dcnman, who have
boon visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Samuel Burns, left for their homo
in the East yesterday by the Chicago
and Northwestern railway.
Lieutenant S. E. Blunt, of the
Thirteenth Infantry, has been pro
moted to a first lieutonancy, and has
been ordered to Fort Fred Steele.
He will leave to-day.
The following are the arrivals at
tho Wyoming Hotel:
James Farrar, Elkhorn; Miss
Florence Waller, Ala; Frank Gray
houn, do; Wm G McPherson, wife
and child, do; Isaac A Wilson,
North Bond; A It Kennedy Pa
illlon; M T Kinney, Columbus; J
O Comstock, Lincoln; C OJmstead
and wife, Osage, N Y; Dan Bice,
Sam Maxwell, A Grahams and Mrs
Thomson, San Francisco; John
Goowey, Sioux City; G Boss, Grand
Junction, Iowa; F O Huntley,
Ogdcn, Boon county; E Fay, Daveu
port. Sfbing Styles of Hats
Largest andZcsl slock
in the city, at the
PARLOR HAT STORE.
Also an immense stock
Of Youths1 and Cliildrcn's Goods,
at prices that
ARMSTRONG, LEADING HAT
TER, 511 Tiiikteentii St.
NEW GROCERY STORE at
N. W. corner Howard and Tenth
sts. Give us a call and see for your
selves. We've got everything you
want in that line.
aprlOflt C. Leisqe fc Co.
The saloon keepers and liquor
dealers' association will meet at
Thiele's Hall Wednesday evening,
April 15th, 1874, at 8 o'clock sharp.
All members arc requested to be
present, as important business will
By order of committee :
aprllt4 IIenhy Laueh,
Window Shades and Citktainj:,
of almost every description.
Detwiler's carpet store, Fourteenth
street, between Farnham and
Most Elegast Stock
ever offered in Omaha.
Cheap fok Cash,
C F. Catlix's,
No. 223 Douglas St, Caldwell Block.
Do not think of purchasing until
you have oxamlned his Mammoth
WALL PAPER purchased of C.
F. Catlin will be trimmed and
ready for use without extra charge.
Fitcsii FnuiTP, Confectioxeky,
and Cigars at our new stand, 192
Farnham street, formerly occupied
bySimrfen. C. Leisgk&C'o.
HO, YE THIRSTY!
The Ciu'sadr bring us kick to
first principles. Tho undesigned
have just received a carload of
Sweet Cider from Michigan, that is
as harmless (tis a beverage) as the
breath of a new born infant come
on withyour straws. Also a carload
of No. 1 hand picket! apples, just
received and for sale low by
C. C. Housel & Co.,
apr 0, 5t
Copies of city charter for sale at
he Bee office. tf '
Spring Lamb at Harris' Union
Meat Market. aprl-lm. j.
Sprixo lamb at Haeius' Unlop)
Meat Market. aprl lm
Tckkish Batlts every day and
eveningjit'Redick's Opera House.i
What the People are Saying.
What are the people saying of the
city and its affairs?
They are saying:
That election, hand-shaking, and
treating, are ended.
That Johnson's friends are all go
ing back on him.
That if a new election were order
ed for the City Treasuryship, Baumer
would be elected by 500 majority,
without making an effort
That "When the Kitton's away,
tho mice will play," and that fcome
one has played h avoc with the
That a recount, made last night
in the Sixth ward, gave one more
for John Baumer; that it is a good
looking boy the son of his father
a "straight Republican," and no
fraud. Tally one for Baumer.
That tho colored citizens want to
be represented by one of their num
ber on the polioo force.
That they will have a tough job to
get a Democratic council to approve
any such appointment by a Republi
That the temperance crusade is
played out, and that whisky
straights aro as much in demand as
That the "stuffing" ought to be
knocked out of all ballot boxes.
That tho Grangers have their
doubts about Allen Root being a
That the circular railroad isn't
That the "Hooks" aro tiying to
put up a job on tho rest of the tiro
department, who won't havo it that
ay, but will hold their annual elec
tion this evening as usual.
That Judge Dudley, good easy
man, who ha3 vacated the Police
Judgeship, will hereafter devote
himself to the interests of the "sons
of toil," of whom he is one.
That Edward Johnston manifests
a suspicious uneasiness, and a great
reluctance to givo up his office.
That It does look as if there issome
thing wrong, and that all he wants
That monte men are as thick as
flies in summer.
That tho loading question is, "Who
is City Treasurer?" to which the
universal reply is, "Damfiuo."
That the Bee is the best paper in
FRESH MOUNTAIN TROUT
and CALIFORNIA SALMON at
Must be Sold Immediately. -A
full lot with a nicely shaded
and comfortable dwelling house
will be sold for cash at one-half what
it cost. A.ppjy immediately to
aprl U3 French & McKoox,
at Peycke's Restaurant
Boots and Shoes.
All goods warranted.
ma2Gl m Henry Dohle & Co.
For Sale Cheap. A-Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Burkley.
Leisge's, 102 Farnham street, is
the place to get everything fresh in
the fruit, confectionery, or cigar and
tobacco line. aprlO Ct
Fort Scott rusty and black coal
at D. C. Sutphen's,
211 Farnham street bet 12th aud
13th. J. B. Mapes, Agt
Sweet Cider, Apples, Nuts,
Candy, Cigars and Tobacco, at
Leisge's, 192 Farnham str't.
II. L. Latey, corner Douglas and
Twelfth streets, has the finest assort
ment of Candies west of Chicago,
both for wholesale and retail trade.
Call and soo, yon will be astonished.
FRESH MOUNTAIN TROUT
and CALIFORNIA SALMON at
OMAHA, April 14, '74.
AH members of Fire King Engine
Company No. 2 n,re. requested to
meet at their engine house ,to-inor
row (Wednesday) evening, at 7
o'clock p. m. sharp. Ter order.
Chas. K. Campbell, Sec'y.
Harry Tagger, Fore'n. apl46t
Closing out sale of trunks rr
gardless of cost,at Brash's, 103 Farn
ham street, corner Twelfth street
At Private Sale.
House and Furniture, 213 Dodge
street, between 12ih and 13th
streets. Fine house, nice rooms,
well aud suitably furnished. A
bargain is offered. Apply on the
premises to John T, Holtzman.
apr S, tf
Cheap Cheap! Cheap!
A full and complete line of
Ladie' and Misses'
Congress, Ili$h and Button,
Serge Foxed Kid Shoes.
Button and Tblish,
High cut and very Stylish,
Hisses' and Cuildrens'
I7TV CHEAP at
' 'AV. B. LORLNG & CO.'S
Corner of 14th and Farnham Sts.
"opposite the Grand Central Hotel
More About that Highway
Yesterday the Bee mentioned
briefly that a highway robbery was
committed at the crossing of tho
Union Pacific railroad track and
Seventh street The correct details
of the ail'uir, ascertained this morn
ing, are as follows: Two unknown
men, Scandinavians, and intox
icated ones, were quarrelling at the
intersection of Sixth and Pierce
street. One finally asked the other
to go and take a drink, an d upon
his refusing, a fight ensued. One
of the men yelled out "murder,"
"police," &c, and after quite a
tussle had taken place, the attack
ing party ran away. Yesterday
morning, a boy named Markle, who
had witnessed the affair, went to
the place, and found half of a vest
containing a silver open-faced watch
and a brass chain, to which was
attached a brass medal having on
it the likeness of Horace Greely,
and tho words, "The Sage of Chap-
paqua." The victim of tho assault
had evidently come west to grow up
with tho country. Tho vest was
brought to the Police Court this
morning and placed in tho hands of
Marshal Snowdcn who will investi
gate the matter.
Who is Root?
Omaha, April 14.
Editor Bife :
I saw an article in your valuable
paper of tho 11th, headed, "Who is
Root?" I think I can solvo the
problem by explaining my oxperi
enco with this would-bo Head Cen
tre of Douglas County Grangers.
On the 21st of February last Mr.
Root applied to me about hiring my
shop to manufacture his new seed
ing machines called the " Grange
Seeder." Ho agreed to fur
nish mo work for ono
month, with the uso of tho shop at
a stipulated price-per week. Failing
to dispose of his no doubt valuablo
seeders, he became discouraged and
did not find work enough for me to
do to fill out the full month, and
therefore wants me to suffer for lost
time. After occupying the shop IS
days, for which he did not allow mo
a cent, he suddenly appeared on
election day to get his implements,
stock, etc. I tried to get a settle
ment, but he insisted on taking out
all his seeders before ho could pay.
He finally returned for his tools
working bench and unfinished ma
chines. I then saw that he inten
ded to gull mo out of honest dues,
and refused to give him possession
until he settled with me. He served
replevin papers on me, took posses
sion and brought suit against me for
wrongfully detaining his tools. The
Justice decided that I had no right
to hold his property, and tho costs
of the suit were thrown upon me. I
presume this notorious old Rooter is
now ready to root into somebody
else, therefore I advise those who do
not happen to know this unprinoN
pled Granger, to beware.
C. W. Prince,
5th and Harney Sts.
Brash's entire stock of clothing
and furnishing goods to bo closed
out at cost.
190 Farnham St., corner of 12th.
aprl 4 ot
, - - -
"Euag is a aoon dog," but
Tootle & Maulo will sell dry goods
cheaper than those who do so mucli
bragging. Come and examine before
Tootle &. Maule,
apr!4 3t 227 Farnham St.
Let everybody know that tho
Steam Dye Works Is the principal
clothes cleaning establishment in
the city. Tenth Street, between
Farnham and Douglas. aprl4-tf.
The salo of Real Estato will be
continued this evening at 7 o'clock
p. m. Gray & Allen,
aprilH it Auctioneers.
A General rehearsal of the Phil
harmonio Society will take place at
Shoafs Hall this evening" at 7:30
Members of the board of directors
are requested to meet at tho samo
ilaee at 7 o'clock, prompt.
A. T. McMillan, Sec'y,
Go to Brownell Hall on
Thursday evening if you wish to be
The programme consists of the
amusing little drama of "Cinder
ella," by the Little Folks of the
Prim it ry departmpntj
"Lady Clara vcrc do vcre,"
recited by Miss Terrell;
Dialogue Brutus and Cussius
Misses McNamara and Lake;
Tableaux and Statuary, together
with instrumental and vocal music;
The charming duet "All Things
are Beautiful," by Misses Groft and
.Tickets can be purchased at tho
Entertainment comiaenccs at
7:30 o'clock. apr-2t
Johnson & Co. propose to keep up
their reputation Tor choice table but
ter. Another lot of fresh Illinois
just received. Sign of "Cash."
aprl4 3t 2G2 Douglas street.
GROCERIES ! Fresh and
Cheap, Jn great variety, at Leisge's,
N. W. corner Tenth and Howard
street. aprlO Ct
For superb Job Printing, at "Bed
Rock Prices," 0 to Gray, 12th street
See McKelligan's card, on third
page. apr" tf
Leave orders at Gladstone & Co.'??,
between Douglas anil Farnham, on.
All work entrusted to my care
will be- carefully, thoroughly and
promptly done. J,fy charges aro
GIVE ME "WORK.
:s all New Shades.
Choice stylellrcss fabrics, rencii
cambrics, anlfibft finished percales.
Spring Poriaxs, Sable Buillian
tines, Cashmeres, Henrietta
Shawls injhullcss varieties.
AVliitfi Gaods. Laces, and Em-
AVE WILfiNOT RE UNDERSOLD.
Houston & Garrison.
apr 11, w?
If M7 Jewelry Firm.
Largest stock of watches and
jewelry inhe city, cheap, at
ButterfieldS Whipple's, 204
Douglas Btrectinear Fifteenth.
For the best Holographs go to
A. Paulson's, 200 Fanaham street.
By aprilS 2w
BIDS FOR WOODi AND HAY.
: Chief QcTRr rmastbr, V
iia, Neb., April 13, 1874. J
SmImI Bid, in duullcatc with cuaranlee.
i;neJ hr two rfspouaible pirties, not fcMdirs,
that they will becom- Lonuaaien on award of
contrac , w 11 ho recfiTed'Vt this office until
eleven o'clock a ir on FrldkT, May 13th, 1871,
fr the delivery f a quan-.ily'of
at the stations in this Coramsnd.Tlr.:
Hoi t!i Uatl,
Fort D. A. Russet
F.irt B fdger,
Puet of Jfcar r,
Red Cloud Agency,
Spotted Tail .Agmcy,
F,.rt Prnl StA?lf (LllllD StaiMlUjll
Kids tor the supplies to lw ueiirerea ai eacu
of the aboT6 name stations, will a0 be re
celrd up t- tie same day and hour, fcy the re
spective Quartermasters at atid nUlionj, aid
lorwarded to the undersigned, asirected in
general orJer No. 57 WarDer"!"'. 1S71.
The riiht to reject any cr alLMih is i-erv.l .
Full conditions and reaBfremcnts will be
msdelnown and blank bids lurniihed, on ai
appl cation to ibis office.lEO
BMs for any portlon"of th above supplies
Bv orJerof the Department Commander.
ALEX. J. PERRY.
Chief Quartermaster Drp't I'lafe,
alt'.S Brev't Brij- Uen'l U. S. A.
To all whom .t may Concern :
TaLom.iir. That on the 20th dav o' Mar
174, at 2oclock p. m , I-wiH sell rt public
suction, to the highest bidder, lor cm. at tno
stable of Walter P. Welch, otflSth St. between
Howard and Jackson, the foilowin described
property, to wit: Onerosnadt, abount two
vears ol I. The time having been taken up as
a stray by saia Walter P. Welsh.
Jusico cf the Peace.
Omaha. Neb , April nth. 1874. dlt3pt4-v5w
State of Nebraska,
At a Probale Court held at the rrobato Court
Room in and for said county. April 13,'A. D
1S74. Present, Wni. L. Pcabody, Probate
In thema'terof tl-e estate of ratrlcCon'
nell, necased. On filing the duly verified pe
tition of Hannah Connrll, praying that an ir-
strument now on file in thin Court, nurtort ns
to be the last will and testament of said-de
ceased, may be proved and admitted to Probate
and that letters testauientnry thertof be issued
tofcer, and that she be appointed executrix of
Ordered, That May 19, A. D. 1S74, at 10
o'clock a. M., is assigned for hearing said peti
tion, when all persons Interested in slid mat
ter may appear at a Protista Court to be held at
tho Court llouse.in anl for said County, and
sho' cause why the prayer of etitlonershou d
not l granted; and that notice of the pendency
of aid ietition and the hearin i thereof.IEiven
to all persons interested in said matter, by pub
lishing a copy ot this order in the uiuina
WeoUr Bek, a newspaper printed in said
county, fir three tuccetsive weeks, prior to
said day of hearing.
f A true copy WM. L. PEABODY,
apl3w3w Probate J ud;;e.
To William II. Tier, non-resident, defendant :
'lake njtice thita petition ha been filed in
the office of theCnkof iho District Court of
the Second Judicial Tlstflt bf Nebraska, for
DdnRlai County ,.by lewis Brafh ra Plaintiff,
acainst you as iefendaut, theobjict and prayer
of which petition is to ecovcr a judgment or
decree of said OurU adjudir'nc and decreeing
that the said l:lr(ntif!', Lct is llrasli, is the own
crln fee simple of, aud that you have no title
to or interect in, the north two-thirds of the
following piece pr parrs' pf land (ituatoin the
County ot lion;las, and Stats of Ncbrasfci, de
scribed as foil iws: Commencing at a point 12
chains and SO link' on a line due toulh from
center of section ten (10), township fifteen,
rauco thirteen celt, ttcac C8t twra'y chains,
thence toutli two chains and forty three and
Ihree-fourth links, thence we twsntv chairu,
thence iiortli two chains aud ony-uirce and
tlnee-fpurth linkilo the place of beginning, in
all, 4j; acr s. You are r.quircd.tornswer said
petition tn or before the v'5'h dar f Mar, A.
p 1S74, fcPAUN A PP.ITCHETT.
Fronting oa 4th, 5th and 'Wdnnt sts,,
St, Louis, - Mo.
LaveillS, "Warner & Co.,
rhe Southern Hotel is first-clas tn all its
ppointments. Its tables are at all times sup
plied In the greatest abundance, with all tie
lelicacies the markets allbrd. Its clerks and
2niploTes are all polite and attentive to the
wants of the guests of the hotel. There is an
Improved elevator leading from the first floor
to the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
ticket offices, news stand, and Western Union
Telegraph office in Rotunda of the hotel.
WHOLES LE BOTCHER
AMI) CATTLE Ult.GKF.rt,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
CENTRAL C10TISG STOlttl
1SG FARNHAM STREET,
has a large assortment of Clothing, Hats, Cap,
1c, which he will sell at prices to suit his cus-
mcH-ri. Call and seo.
L. 3T. J3I3Vt3PSOjXT'S
5SS & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Office upstair;.) Omiha, Kebrnska. Carrirgts
acd l'ugpes on hand or u.a..'e to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
233 roughs Etr.'ft, Oraala, Kelruka
Carr iges, Hack?,
Bugcies, Pattc nt Whce!, Road wrons, Trot
ting Sulkies, i-kc'elons, Ltudcbaker's,
Celebrated Wa.o s. James R.
'Kill's Celebrated Con
Rnbes, B'anket,V0!i Material of all Dejcrip
Uous, Spake, ifubs, Fejhva, and all klndsof
11A1J1) WOOD LU.V.BEE
1 hiruble Skeins, A xlcs and Springs.
255 Harney street, Utween 11th and 15th,
Carriage and Wagoa
In all it Branches.
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACliSMITniNG
and repair! eg done oa abort aotk.
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Best Makers. My prices
aro atrav below ! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
be undersold ! Make no mistake I
s,eo the "BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You nave dollars
by so doing. See the now
"BOSTON CANOPY TOPI"
Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for ca-4i. I make
a "specialty" of tilling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds( wholesale and
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be Inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS pr line; each tubsfquent inaertiou,
FIVE CEF S per line. 'Ihe first insertion
never less tha.T TWENTY-FIVE ChNTS,
1JOR SALE Ch apaad on easy Wrms, bouse
; andlotnecor tith aad Pierce sts, house
and lot a e cor 16th and Leavenworth sts.house
aa I Jot a e cor "lb und Jones :t9, house and pirt
t lot n e cor 13th aud Cass sts, house and lot 31,
tirffin and Iaac'a Ad Jition.
apl4U JOHN W. LY1 LE, Att'y, Ac
Over First National liank.
i:OKSLE A So 1 ljruily horse, 5 jeara
' old, warranted sound and kind, is not
alraidof cars, and safe lorany ladr todiive,al
so a good second hand pa teto buggy. May ke
seen at Speny's stable, ICth it bet Dodge and
Capital avna. li
FEW XOAi:DEK- can bo accommodated
with geol board and pleasant rooms, at
aecorChicaaanlHth -U. apllU
ITIOK S.4LL- 'Ilnce top and two open l.ug
' gtcsntarly ncwat A. J.Simpson's Carrfcgd
M RENT Fiom May 1st, to a small family
I atottage with six room . pleasant location
Addrtss Mrs. Hall,
"If TANTI To biiT full lot innefchtoihood
IV ol Sbinu'n
Addition, Send price and
A. B., Ble omce.
7ANTEO Agoalgirl todo housework at
V V Dr. Isaac Edwards', 1S1 Farnham at.
ri'O LET .-mall house on Capitol avenue, s e
L cor. 11th St., Irom Alay 1st. Apply at coi'
WAN'l ED To rent a lurnLsiitd house of
4 or 3 rooms, either all or parti v furnish
ed : must be near the cor of lUili and Farnham
s's. Addrcsi, P. SMITH,
aplltf Hen olnce.
ANTED Immediately, agirl todol.ouc-
workatSGl Howard st.
riWlttNT A luriiisl.ed room suitable lor
I one or two gentlemen, n e cor 13 th st and
Cvpital ar. a3tf
FURNISHED Room wautl by a single gen
tleman. J. 11 , postoffioe. aliU
HARD WOOD for sale o&to trade for lion
;nrcttlc tHwl H P RED M AN.
"fOW UU M:VEi:- Kid-, lor ihe sale or ex
JA change ol the Cummiugs' rcsidenio prop
erty, will be received a short time longer. If
not disposed ol this month, will be withdrawn
from nurkct, cleared, ami grounds filled up
for present owner. The lioue is decidedly one
of tho Tery licxt built and most tastefullv ar
ranged in this city, all modern conveniences,
and in every way first cla?s. It is the very gar
den spot of this city and must be teen to rj apr
predated. No part of town ii Improving more
rapid. Cars wljl run vitliin tli'rue blocks this
summer. (Sround ls9i5xiC7lect. It is a har
tal for $20,000, but will bo sold for much less.
Apply on premises or to
lots ;' charming nei ltorhood. J mile
from Conrt House, together with JS Q, Mer
chandise for farm, watches, diamonds, furnl
tnra ec, trr sujall atnnunt r.f oaah required.
Addres.', 15USINE53, Pstoffice.
WAN I ED 5.0.0 or 7,0W),hnt mortgage
on finest improvwl urorertyincllv. Ads
FOH SALE Oft RENT A farm of ml aires
with bouso and barn, situated one half mile
west of the Barracks: Inquire of
mchlljtf ). P. REDMOND.
MONEY TO LOAN Enquire of F. A
Reals, Room No. .9 Visscber's block Onia
17011 S.LE-83 acres ot forming Iaiid n ar
Jj Fremont, Neb., ?ity itid in Saunders Co.
K.roIsec'.S, L, 14, range 8 east. Piice 51o0
cash, if sold in April. Inquire of C, R. Wells,
51.il.Mi st, Oipaha, Neb. aollU
PACIFIC MOUSE REOPENED The Pacific
House Las been thoroughly repaired, and
will be open for the accommodation of boarders
and the public goaerally, ou tho 1st of Mairh
by Wm. Howitzer. Chargrs reasoLable ltih
st., bet. Cap. avc. and Davei port at, fc-21tf
TORE FOR RENT-On N W cor. ICth and
ChlcaiKi. S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
ClOr. RhNT A store, 193 Douglas street
a; quire at w suutji a ii:iiii 3.
JOR RENT The Valley House. Inquire of
J mthlStf OUN T. PAULSEN.
A HOUSE AMD
quire of Mrs. J.
aud Mason sts.
LOT FOR SALE. In
N. Tage. corner oi 15th
WANTED At the Wyoming Hotel, two
good girs, at once. Apply Iwtreen 9
FOR SALE ICO acres ol land aajoming a
large farm aud close to tellje'rents in the
southeast part of JiuflerCountv.for Jl.fO ter
rcreon time, or the whole fur 5:00 if paid (p
cash. Land is 30 miie nonhwist of Lincoln.
Ajplv to ANDI'.LW RO.-EWATLR.
firAN'JED Torent a h.iusa of Lvh ,r six
VV rooms with barn, convenient to business
Inquire at 2V1 Douglas street.
TTtOR SALE-A house and lut la Puplllion.
jj ieiraiio locaiiou ior store, 101 .zzw te t.
htius Jx33 feel, cne
Inquire at office of Dr.
story and a half high.
u. c. ucaaie, I'apitlion.
1 RARE CHANCE I oiler my brick resi--
denceon Dodcest bet. H1I1 and 10th sts,,
forsa'eat a largaiu. This is gol business
pro, erty, snd will soon become very valuable.
as only the street separates it fmui the U. S.
Court and Postofllce. R. M. MARS UAIL.
NOTICE T THE CITIZEN'S OF OMAHA
There has U-ea a eemjany of city scav
angers orgarizel, who propose t Ie n alleys
and outbou'es of all fiith.on he shortest no
tice, anion roisouable terms. Allordiri left
a1 121 Farnham at., will reeire promt ' atten
tion. Work done at lilcbt without Inconven
ience to residents. CITY SCAVENGERS.
JTIORSALE Two lull lotswlih improvements
" on n w cor. 21st and Izari Ms. Inquiro at
next hou;o north of ateaju laundry.' apfiw2
OUM-. FOR RENT Suitable or a family
rr for oSces, formerly ti cuplel by Peyclo
llrothcrs, ,No. C3 Farnham st. bet. ISth and
14th. Inquire of the parti" occupying the
premises, up stairi. Possession glven'lmmedi
atily or May 1st. ap i
WAN 1 ED A g ud Jul aie lor a girl 14 vear
olage. Inquire ii.131 12th st. a'l0;4
OUDMAXVE SO. 80S.
An ordlnsnce relating to C reusei, Menageries
and side 8bow:
Bo It ordained by the CltyCouncii of the
City cf Onialn :
fcEC. 1. '1 he Ilctnseforctrcuss and menager
ies shall be. ne hundred and fifty dollars per
day, and the licenn lor each, aide ihow twenty
dcliars per day, and the loue et any public
grounds of the city for circuses aid menag.rits
ahill be fifty dollars per day
ec- 3. All ordinances and psrltof ordinanc
es conflicting wth this ordinance, are hertt.y
tepeale t. This ordmanes to lake tffect from and
after its rajsaga.
E. V. KITTON, J. . GIKON,
Cily Clerk. PreiMsnt City Council.
ApproTedAjril 4th, 1874,
J. S. GIBSON,
apllftl Acting .Uaror.
Robert Hor, H'lT) Bef-re Enook Hetjney.a
V3 VrJtttice el iheTeaceof
John A. King, DeftJ Douglas Coun-y, Neb.
To al J defendant I -
Tka notice. On the 3th day of April, 1874,
said Sustlre lriued an order'of attachment in
the abore action la the sunt bf ill.
Ovana, Neb., AprU 13th. ISSf. FlaintifT.
Jjortnro B. tViiliaBisl Cctore Enoch Uenney,
Plalntia; 1.1 . .
vs. r Jcstl.e of tha Teace of
WUUan J, HarallUm-f
I'efrndanb5 J Eougias County, Neb.
TalTOotice, onthe'thday of March, 187
lalJ JtftlcelMued an order cf attachment In
the aboe act on tor the rum of SiiW
LORENZO B WILLIAMS,
byQTIS 11. DLLOD.
JUHA, Neb., ApiU 13th, lrfL Pl'ffa Att'y.
HOTELS V D KE3TAU1UHTS.
and best houl between Chicag
and San Francisco
Opened new September 30th, 1ST3.
aSO if OEO. TUitALL. Proprietor.
Between 9th and 10th.
CHARL.ES FELDERXAX Prop.
Cor. 16th St. & Capitol Av.
my Board, 14 1
from J5 to 1
rweek; Board and Lodflng
; Transient, fl .50 per day
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST. I
Bet. 13th & Wth SU., OMAA.
iWOIdet iractlcius DentlsU lu the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
Bet. 13th and 14th, up stain.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use of NI-
rOfflce open atall hour
Xx-. O. S. WOOD,
Physician and Surgeon,
Fifteenth and Foug'aa streets, 2d floor, SE
Office hours, S to 10 am., to 4 p.m., S to 3 p. m
111! (Ill) llll' I II ( KM fl.
El JLXsio a1
I. VAN CAMP, M. D.
Dispenses his own medclnes, and
eular practice, makes speclalltii
es of Derange-
menta and Diseases Peculiar to Women, FIstu
li. Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
OrFlcx and Residence, Corner Farnham and
14th Streets, first door to the riht, up stairs
Omaha, Neb. Address Lock Box '04.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
I the only direit line to
AND THE EAST. FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CTfAnGE of cars between Omsha and St.
Louis and but ore botveep OMAHA
and NEW YORK.
This the Only .Jne running a
PULLJIAS 8LEEFIXO OAK EAST
FROM OMAHA, OX AURIVAL
OF THE U.!OJf PACIFIC
WPassensers taking other routei haro a
disagieeable transfer Ht kt fTer SUtion.
PASSENGER TRAINS DA1LT t
EA3TEBK AND WE3TEES CITIES
With Less Changes anil la adr ince of other
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Wnatinghou.se
WSee that your tickets riad Til
Kausast'ity, N . Jm'pa & Council
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. BRADBORY,
Gen'l raa. Agt.,
E Ji. S a?.
3 Til AINS DAILY !
LK'VKHT. I.OUU WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UQH WITH0DT CHAKQE
NEW Y ORK
ArriTil of Tnls freia tie West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland. Buffalo & Boston
N. K. enrarr Kooi
Are for Kale at the
(orurr Koartb rhtstant sts .
SI. LobIi, and at the Principal Kail
w my OfHeea In the West.
OtlAS. BABCOCC, C- E. RCSSELr,
S'lhern Fass. A't, Vivt.'a Pass. Ag't.
Dallas. Ttxaj. Kajcsaa Crrr,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. C1IA8. E. FOLLETT,
Uen'l SupU, Gtn'l Pass. Ag"t-
tSSU UnOAHATHUM. Sit. Lou.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE,
MORGAN & GALLAGHER.
SCCCESSORS'TO.CRIIGIITON AND M0R3AN
Xo. 205 Farnlmm Street.
OZMZ.A 131 JL,
WHITNEY, BAUSEillUX & CO.,
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
AKTS FOR THK DUP0T TOTTDEU CO.
Kurtz f ohr & C
DRY GOODS, UOSIEItY,
S31 Farnliam Street,
OMAHA, - - - - UST
Shelf a Heavy Hardwan
IRON, STEEL, NAILSL WAGON STOCK,
TIlBKSIlLIItS. IIARVICSTK1IH, KKI'tacs. .1I()WKK. DUILLs, HEEOERS
CORA-Pl..X-lEH.S PLOWS rULrlVATOHS. U1.
it 1C K - A X 1 IVA Ol).s. mohlay
246 Douglas St
GEO. A, HOAGLAND,
OrFICE AND VARD
COR. OF GUGLiS iKD
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
WHO ESALE DEAI.rE3 IN
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
SI CCESSORS TO-
3NTos. SOQ a3.c3.
H. hnla4 I a ml rut Tn I TIFT r ry 111 it i(-v nn
" vTTs ',"V."!' ,'";:f- .',"'. "'i "'::
" .- "... a- Irani.
vmca. ..c Kciin n, r me ciieirniei .i-, AII.. I ALU Oltn ! 1 i'III III liii
MONTANA, lA KUTA and Nt RK.VSK aVGAIW Iwp" 'tol Veil Cll '
and BA6S ALE and LO.N DON I-ORTER. aiVay. oa h T. AI,o
3EX332 3 and
Fine Old KcntucL-x Wlibklea and Importer! u'ood a Spcclallr.
(CalJwtll Block,) '
& J. WILBUR,
GEmlFtAL AGEXTS FOR
F. D. COOPER,
aATS"Cr.ff&CTT7B.:ESL OT WAGON.
AND WHOLKJJVLE DEALER IN-
Cor. 1-Atlx nad Hnnioy Stn,
I am now manufacturing all vrarieties of candies
and will sell at
Dealers hi ILU Slate nce-J not want to go East f i CANDIES.
Atrial is solicited.
Oor. 13 tla.
HOMSS end FAHM3 in ITSBHASI
T.. T-,t. .. -.l f '....( Pf... TPtlrnarl Prt
credit at S per crnt.lntenst, and wl IiiKbiu tieuilumof iOpercenU on Ihe iiuount CI 1
purcltase. If half tbe lauJ is cultlTate-1, within two years from iJate of purthate. j
LARGE DEPUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
Norlh of Platte, Loup Fork
Tlir B A M R. R. Co. will ae'I abont 1.0C3.C00 acri
weU'watere-Icounlir. t Icoin si SO tS7 00 nor
i. Comi anr ownsa la-celodr o' the Ust'anl In Neliraaza, laterse-telbr numitoat rlre
rladla4t:iii f. Its rallroi.t an.l'ln the largest anl best JeTelopet part ol tha Stale, as alie ji ll
doo. Republican Vsller- For clrculai ana luU loforiuaUon apply to
C. K. iiCIIAlIEEtAgCHtB.&3LIa3dO ce,
GLOYES and 0130X8.
6TH STS., U. P. B. R. 1 BACK.
" " 2sTE
- - - Oiiialiii. Xeb
n . . . . . .
K. l."LK- c per iii.stm.led yu
ii. iwiaitaiif l.lltlTUH.S iu bam.-ti
TOB AO OO.
- - IN
- Omaha, He
ALL SCHOOL LOOK!
fll r. f.l l.n .ut kiW Dlk-S On 10 Te
and Elkhorn Vallej
of tplendU raInr an 1 aj-icalturalUail
re on IoiJgcr.dll. ,r
Corner Sth. and Frrnbsra Streets. On-ahal
aOet B. A SI. K. C, Uncula, NabnakA '
"aaaarMaMMMaMM at a ,
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