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THE OMAHA BEE
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
of Mails In
4 N.W. R-R
Cbicsio and 1I Ea'tern cities, Nebraska
ity. Flsttsmouth, Council BluBs and Burling
ton, daeatiusu a. in., cioaa -
,:fitfliuis and St. Joseph, due at 1031 a. m.
and 7 P. tn.; close at 1:43 p. in. and 4:3J a. in.
Office opea Sundavs from 12 to 1 p. ro.
ft. E. YOST. Postmaster.
IEKIVAL ASM DEPARTURE OF
Tlm Cnrd of tle BnrllnRtor. Koute
.p.nnUin. ABRIVK ATOM MIA.
EijSSaO P. M. I Express g A. M.
M.li... -VOO A. V. Mail 10.45 P. M.
JdTyTexcepted. Mondays excepted.
Tftis lithe only line running Pullman Hotel.
U Jn". Wes'-. Act. Ticket Agent-
Cbicago, HI. Omaha, Neb.
2.01 P. M.
JO.-00 P. M
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DtllT Mixed M:-S
C:45 A. M.
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10:40 P. M.
.2:50 P.M. TlO.U" A. .
Vnaira exacted. t.Monaayo except.
ClilccKO & Norlliwcutcrn.
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Expreea " '-1-
Kmui CItr,St.Jo. A: Council Blrtfli.
VonrtM Kijwm. . 630 AM. 10J A. M.
Kvcnine ErpreM.. -21 ! M- c'w r M-
OaaeAia & Knrili wsitcrn and Sioux
Mall Express S:I3A.H. 2:15 P.M.
Daily except bnndays.
Craniboee and BicWf Wazone lcajc the
rti corner Farnham and Ninth street, fir
MBtontas In advance of the above Railroad
TnE BUSINESS HAT
Store of Frederick is xow filled
With Old HIST GOODS KNOWN TO
the trade, tought by a practical
I latter who WJTX undersell any
T.i AlVt:",,-:i -ineCIHC
I.V1IO or alio DAILY BEE I more
liar double bS r anyoihcr daily
laperiubIUIil I" Xcbrnafcn.
Peycke's Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnhara street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
ratijy" Lelian was sent to jail
yesterday by Judge Wilbur for 30
days on the charge of vagrancy. It
is said that he Is a capper.
It does seem queer tjiat all mis
fakes thus far di.-covered in the re
count of the votes have been found
to be in favor of Johnon. Don't it?
The Good Templars and in
vited guests will have a sociable and
literary entertainment at the Tem
perance Hall on Harney street,
Tho Baptist Sunday School
children are preparing a beautiful
tableau, entitled "John Bunyan,"
vuich will be brought out publicly
In the early part of May.
City MarshalSnowden yesterday
morning detailed two policeman to
order the business men on Farn
ham street, to clean up fieir gutters
and alleys adjoining their premises.
One C. H. Bumms was before
joj Suiujoui Apjois-OAVnoooDijodoii
disturbance of the peace. As he
pat a head on a fellow for attempt
ing to whip his llttlo brother, he
was discharged on payment of the
S. A. Taylor, of the firm of Tay
lor &Co.,Contincntal Life Insurance
Agents, yesterdymorning received a
5200 diamond pin from the compa
ny's agent at Chicago as a prize for
obtaining the second largest num
ber of policies for the past year.
Mr. P. II. Leary, of the Union
Pacific shops was married yesterday
afternoon to Mrs. Jennie M. Bayle,at
the Lutheran Church, tho Rev. Mr.
Upe ofliciating. There was quite a
large attendance of the friends of
the happy couple.
Reserved seats for Gerald Mas
sey's lecture on the 2d, will begin
this afternoon at the
rooms of the Library Association.
Those purchasing reserved seats
will decido the subject of the lec
ture, wich will be one of the follow
ing three: "Charles Lamb," "The
man Shakespeare," and "Why does
not God kill the Devil?" The latter
subject will undoubtedly be the one
selected, as people generaly would
like to know why his Satanic maj
esty is not squelched.
Ycsterdy morning's Herald says,
"The Herald did not follow the ex
ample of its contemporaries by as
suming the guilt of Col. Burke."
The "pinks of perfection" attached
to the Herald never fail to laud
themselves to the sky, after the
manner of a fawning publican.
They arc not as other men arc
they are incapable of mistakes in
their own opinion. the uee, in
replying for itself to the above
charge of assuming the guilt of Col.
JJurke, denies having done any
thing of the kind, and for proof
refers to its "simple recital of facts,"
and k?u.dly and sympathetic notice
ofCol. BmvSc at the time of his
Johnson fr Co. propose to keep up
their reputation for choice table buf
fer. Another lot of fresh Illinois
just received. Sign of "Cash."
aprl4 3t 02 Douglas street.
At Private Sale.
House and Furniture, 213 Dodge
street, between 12th and 13th
streets. Fine house, nice rooms,
well and suitably furnished. A
bargain is offered. Apply on the
premises to John T. Holtzm an.
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Closing out sale of trunks re
gardless of cost,at Brash's, 196 Farn
ham etreet, corner Twelfth street.
Charley Russell, traveling agent
of the Vandalia line, is in town.
Ex-Governor "W. H. James, is
stopping at the Wyoming.
JohnStoddard andjwife left yester
day, via the Chicago & Northwest
ern railway, on a visit to Boston.
Mrs. Ed. Dickinson and son left
for Cleveland yesterday on a visit,
over the Chicago & Rocklsland rail
way. Miss Amanda Hurley returned
Tuesday night from a visit to Grand
Mrs. Senator Mitchell passed
through the city this afternoon on
her way from Oregon to Washing
ton, to join her husband.
M. A. Kurtz, of the firm of Kurtz,
Mohr & Co., has been called to Get
tysburg, Pa., to attend the funeral
of his mother, who died on Monday.
He will return on Sunday.
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel:
G Christ, Des Moines; A Lapurce,
Paris, France; John Q Gross, Belle
vue; Mrs Xash and family, Sher
man Station, Henry Stevens, At
lantic; AV H Lewis and family do;
Thomas Mercer and family, Mar
shalltown; J J Blake, St. Joe; H A
Gerosuwo, Kansas City; M K Sher
wood, St. Joe; E S Running, Au
burn, Col.; E W Doty, Kansas City;
A Wilson, Saunders county; Gov.
W H James, Wast Point; Ed N
Carter & Bspen, W T: P G Percell,
Fremont; Ed Jenkins, do.
He is Innocent.
The following dispatcli was re
ceived by Mr.Donovan Tuesdy even
ing: Richmond, Va., April 14, 1S"4.
Mr. M. Donovan. My trial is
over. Let everybody know that I
have proved my innocence.
This is gratifying to the many
friends of Col. Burke in tills city,
who were very slow to put anj faith
in the cjtarges against him, and on
which ho was takim to Richmond
W. B. LORIXG & CO.'S
We have now on hand a large as
Ladie' and Misses'
LOW CUT SUMMER SHOES
VERY LOW PRICES
Our ''NEWPORT TIES"
of Serge, Kid, and French Kid; are
are very stylish.
The "LUCCA BOOTEE"
of choice French Kid.
M'jtji only five buttons; is very
elegant and popular,
serge; high cut, with elastic top,
makes a very easy and desirable
Other styles in Ifid and iSbro-caml
A large variety of
LADIES' FINE KID SLIPPERS
W. B. LORLNG & Co's,
Corner Fourteenth and Farnham
It St-s., opp. Grand Central.
Si'itiNa Styles ok Hats
Isargc&t and Lest slock
in the city, at the
PARLOR HAT STORE.
Also an immense stock
Of Youths'1 and Children' Good,
at prices that
ARMSTRONG, LEADING HAT
TER, 511 Thirteenth St,
NEW GROCERY STORE at
N. W. corner Howard and Tenth
sts. Give us a call and sec for your
selves. We've got everything you
want in that line.
aprlOGt C. Leisge&Co.
The saloon keepers and liquor
dealers' association will meet at
Thiele's Hall Wednesday evening,
April loth, 1S74, at S o'clock sharp.
All raembors are requested to be
present, as Important business will
By order of committee :
aprllt4 Henry Lauer,
Window Shades and Curtains,
of almost every description.
Detwilcr's carpet store, Fourteenth
street, between Farnham and
Fresh Fruits, Co.vrrTioNERY,
and Cigars at our new stand, 1U
Farnham street, formerly occupied
by Simpson. C. Leisoe & Co.
Copies of city charter for sale at
he Bee office. tf
Spring Lamb at Harri-,' Union
Meat Market. apr 1-1 m.
Spring lamb at. Harris' Union
Meat Market aprl lm
Turkish Baths every day and
evening at Rotliek's Opera House.
"Bn.o is A good dog," but
Tootle & Maule will sell dry goods
cheaper than those who do so much
bragging. Come and examine before
Tootle & Maule,
K)rl4 3t 227 Farnham St.
Lot everybody know that the
Steam Dye Works Is the principal
clothes cleaning establishment in
the city. Tenth Street, between
Famham and Douglas. aprl4-tf.
Leave orders at Gladstone & Co.'s,
between Douglas and Farnham, on
All work entrusted to my care
will be carefully, thoroughly and
promptly done. My charges are
GIVE ME WORK.
TENNIE C. CLAFLIH.
She Tarries in Omaha, and allows
a "Bee" Eeporter to Im
prove a Shining
He Finds out what She is Here
for, and where She is
Her Ideas of Social .Reform.
That celebrated woman, Tennie
C. Claflin,arrivedin this city yester
day morning from the East, and is
now stopping at the Grand Central
Hotel, accompanied by her aged
mother. A Bee reporter hearing of
her arrival sought and obtained an
introduction to her, and improved a
shining hour by interviewing her.
V Tennie C. Claflin from her asso
ciation with theBeecher-Woodhull-
BIood-Tilton scandal, and her con
sequent connection with numerous
libel suits, and from the social re
form movement inaugurated by
herself and partner, Victoria Wcod
hull, has gained a national noto
riety, and is considered somewhat
of a celebrity in her way.
She Is a far different looking per
son from -what wc expected to meet.
She is of medium height, and well
built; has dark brown hair, light
blue eyes, and a handsomo and at
tractive face. Her age is 29, and
she is not ashamed to tell it.
She is a brilliant, rapid and en
tertaining conversationalist, never
at a loss for the right words in the
right place. She converses on
every subject witlj a winning ease,
familiarity and freecjoni, and docs
not hesitate to call things by their
right names. With her a leg is a
leg, and not a limb. She is
possessed of elegant manners, and
is extremely polite. In brief, she
is a woman that at once impresses
one with tho fact that she is a
cultured lady, full of life, energy,
and busjnes-s tajents,
Through the medium of the press
she is too well known to the public
for the Bee to refer to her previous
public career, but we will give the
substance of tjjc jnterview, which
may interest many of our readers..
Our first conundrum to her, after
the formalities of the introduction,
What brings you out West, Miss
Tennie C I am going West to
speculate, principally In mines. I
have letters from the first miners
and hauliers of the Western coun
try. I shall go fropi lierc to Salt
Lake, and thence to California,
intending to be absent three
months. In June or July I shall sail
for Europe. I have recently gone
through olevdi days' trial on that
libel suit. Of course you know all
about it. It was all in our weekly
mine and Vic's, I mean and also
in tljo other papers. Judge Fuller
ton said he was going to convict on
the prejudices of tho people. Our
acquittal ..as entirely unexpected.
This trial almost ruined us financial
ly. Our bail bonds aloncamounted
We here tried to edge in another
conundrum, but failing to do so, we
let Tennie 0. pursup the even tenor
of her way, as follows :
In further answer to your ques
tion, said she, I want to establish
our paper in the West I am going
to start an agency here and else
where. The Western News Com
pany are trying to suppress our
sheet, but we will not have it that
Reporter Are yu suu ?n pom"
pany with Victoria Woodhull?
Tennie C Oh, yes. "Ve are
partners in everything, in the
Weekly, and in her lectures, and
Reporter What no you Intend to
do in San Francisco?
Tennie C My main business
there is to start a branch office.
Reporter By way of parenthesis,
and if it is not an impertinent ques
tion, may I ask how manysum
mers have passed over your head ?
Tennie 0. Why certainly. I
novcr hesitate to tell my age. lam
29. I suppose you thought I was
Reporter Not at all. I took you
Tennie C Well, it is a wonder
that I do not look like a woman of
40, as I liavohad so much trouble,
and persecution to contend with.
You can't imagine the pressure
brought to bear to crush me.
Victoria and mysef were worth
nearly half a million at one time,
all of which was made on the
street, as brokers; wp had an elegant
home, expensively furnisjtcd, and
which was frequently called "the
beautiful palace;" we lived In ease
and luxury; but, now, ve have lost
Reporter. Will you bo kind
enough to toll me something of
yur social reform movement?
Tennie C. We went into this
thing on principle, not only
f jr the benefit of women but also for
men, who have wrongs as well as the
softersex. In the majority of eases,
men are married, not mated. They
get a woman, but not a wife. This
is a wrong that keeps up prostitu
tion. Reporter Will you tell me what
are the fundamental principles on
which your social reform Is based.
Tennie C First, that every
woman should support herself, or
be able to do so so. Second, if a
woman Is capable ot performing
the same.work and duties as a man,
she should have the same pay. Why
It M'M only this morning, that I met
on the train throo women, who were
ten times as smart as their husbands,
who wouldn't think of allowing
them to have a thought for them
selves, or to help tliemselves in any
way. Third, reform in woman's
dross, which, as it now is, is noth
ing but a curse to her. Women
ought to dress beautifully and com-
forlably, having a suit for business,
a suit for leisure, etc. I believe in
short dresscs,as the manner of lifting
long dresses while walking through
the mud, is decidedly objectionable,
yet it has to be done. Corsets, tight
lacing, bustles, and all such non
sense should be abolished. Healthy,
well-formed children can not be
produced while that style of dress
prevails. Fourth An opportunity
for fallen women to reform. Society
should be made to help up the fallen
woman. As it now is, woman,when
once she falls, might as well go to
hell fir.t as last. Society never asks
a man as to his purity and virtue.
Boys will sow their wild oats, but
girls can't do it. Its all
right with the lwys. Both girls and
boys ought to be educated so that
they wouldn't have any wild oats to
sow. Sixth, No man and woman
ought to live together as husband
and wife without love existing be
tween them. After they discover an
absence of love, they should separate.
If they live together after such dis
covery, it is no moro nor less than
prostitution. The marriage vow
ought not to be regarded in any other
light than that of a contract, to
which certain conditions may
be attached by the parties. I
am a free lover, but by that
I do not mean to say that I believe
in free lust. These are the chief
principles upon, which our social
reform is based.
Reporter Well, I confess, that
most of them are sound. But why
is it that you have been persecuted
so, as you term it?
Tennie C. Because I and Vic
have dared to tell the "naked truth,"
and to expose the Plymouth Church
ring. I have been persecuted, in
deed. I have been in prison eight
times, have been sued for libel, and
have had nearly idl my money
Reporter. I suppose you will in
terview Brigham Young at Salt
Tennie C Most certainly. I am
going to write up the Union Ijacjlic
road between here and Utah for our
Weekly, and to give a true version
of affairs jti Mormondom. By the
way, I wish to ask you, if you've
had the crusaders here yet?
Reporter. A slight attack of them
Tennie C I forgot to tell you,
ia stating iqy social rpform
principles, that I do not believe in
crusaders. I would throw red pep
per in their eyc3. I believe In mak
ing less drunkards by means of a re
fined home influence, that influ
ence which a lovinjr woman ran
wield over husbands and sons.
Without love life is a burden, and
sorrow must be drowned in drink.
I endorse, however, the temperate
use of pure liquors, and good beer
Money and a home without re
gard to love, is all that nine-tenths of
the yrQen look for now-a-days in
You are not a married man, are
Reporter I am not.
Tcnnjo C Well, why not?
Reporter Because I have not the
requisite 11111011111 of ducats to catch
Tennie C Just as I expected.
You're afraid to marry. You think
you cannot support a modern doll,
and you're about right.
This concludec the interview, and
we withdrew, satisfied that what
ever might be said about Tennie C.
Claflin, she is as sharp as chain
lightning, and is business in a min
"In Union There is Strength."
There's something wrong a-brew-in'
in the camp of the original thir
teen editors, bosses and compositors
of the Daily Union.
It seems that they claim that
their manager, Richard Pngh, has
failed to account for some collections
made by him, How much, they
are unablo to ascertain, as It will
take their book-hecper some time to
look over their voluminous records.
Some of them go so far as to esti
mate the amount due them from
their treasurer, manager, &q., to run
up as high as SoOO. This, however,
s too transparently thin, and is no
doubt a gross exaggeration. Mr.
Pugh can probably settle up any
dclioiuuoy of hi without much ex
ertion. In last evening's Union the fol
lowing advertisement appeared :
Notice is hereby given that Rich
ard Pujjh, heretofore Manager of the
Union Printing Company, on and
after this day lias no authority to
collect any money due this office.
Genuine bills will be signed by F.
Union Printing Co.
Qmaha. April 14, 1S74.
Since the Union has started there
have been several seceders from the
ranks, whose places have been filled
by otljers, wlo hope eventually to
gobble the whole outfit in a game of
"freeze out" Under the eircuni
stfjlices it is suggested that the name
of the punctured halloqn be changed
to the ."Daily Disunion." "In
union there is strength.
GROCERIES ! Fresh and
Cheap, in great variety, at Leisge's,
N, W. comer Tenth and Howard
streot, aprlO Ct
See McKelligan's card, on third
page. apr7 tf
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
"Lady Clara Vere de Vere,"
recited by Miss Terrell;
Dpijogue Brutus and Cassius
Misses SfeN. amftra. and Lake;
Tableaux and Statuary, together
with instrumental and vocal music;
The charming duet "All Things
are Beautiful," by Misses Croft and
Tickets can be purchased at the
Entertainment commence at
7:30 o'clock. apr-2t
owa Jail Birds Arrested.
YemMmr evening two strangers in
the city wwoverhcardcongratulat
ingthemselfes on their recent escape
from jail a Glenwood, Iowa. The
information was conveyed to the
police, aniithe two men were soon
afterwards? arrested by Policemen
Larson,benedict and Christopher
son, andUodged in jail. They gave
their nalnes as Charles F. Currier
and Johi?Gray, and acknowledged
that tieyjuulbroken jail from Glen
wood. Currier was awaiting trial
for horsestealing, and Gray for
rape. A telegram was sent to the
Glenwood authorities announcing
the fact of tfie arrest. The prison
ers are a brace of tough looking
The election of CWef Engineer of
tho Omaha Fire Department took
place last night at the Court House.
Tho candidates wereohn Galligan,
of No. 2, and R. E.uicn, of No. 1,
An informal ballot resulted as fol
lows; Galligan 8?, Allen 15, J. C.
Cowin 4. The names of Allen and
Cowin wcro withdrawn, and John
Galligan was declared tho unani
mous choice of the department.
A petition was presented which
asks the City Council to raise the
pay of Chief Engineer to such a
sum as will cnable'agood man to
hold tho position an do justico to
the city, It was signed by" all
A vote of thanks to.Cha3. Simp
son amd Joseph F. SJiceley for sor.
vices during the past year as Chief
Engineer, and to the county Com
missioners for the uso of tho Court
Room was passed.
Mr. Galligan, upon being called
on for a speech, returned thanks in
a few appropriateremark3, for tho
nonor conferred on him.
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All persons holding bills against
the Republican City Central Com
mittee are requested to present the
same immediately toSicwis S. Reed,
Per order, W?B. Smith,
W. A. Qwyer, Coresident,
300,000 BRICK FOR SALE at
the Brick Yard northwest ofAhe
city, and adjoining the cemetery.
Address, B. Ittner, box 446, J
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ACADEMY OF MUSIC. V
Friday Evening, April 17.
SAM SHARPLEY'S MINSTRELS
TlicfinciL in the land!
Twenty-Five Ihjmlar Terformers!
See the Programmes !
Tickets now ready at
Wyman & Eberhart'S
apr 15-3t. Variety Bazar.
FRESH MOUNTAIN TROUT
and CALIFORNIA SALMON at
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 placo to get everything fresh In
the fruit, confectionery, or cigar and
tobacco line. aprlO 6t
For the best Photographs go to
A. Paulson's, 203 Farnham street.
Fort Scott rusty and black coal
at D. C. Sutphen's,
211 Farnham street bet. 12th and
13th. J. B. Mapes, Agt.
Sweet Cider, Apples, Nuts,
Candy, Cigars and Tobacco, at
Leisge's, 192 Farnham str't.
H. L. Latev, corner Douglas and
Twelfth streets, has the finest assort
ment of Candies west of Chicago,
both for wholesale and retail trade.
Call and see, yon will be astonished.
aprl 1 tf.
FRESH MOUNTAIN TROUT
and CALIFORNIA SALMON at
Omaha, April 14, '74.
AH members of Fire King Engine
Company No. 2 are requested to,
meet at their engine house to-morr
row ("Wednesday) evening, at 7
o'clock p. m. sharp. Por ordor.
Chas. K. Campbell, Sec'y.
HARRY Tagger, Fore'n. apl4Ct
Brash's entire stock of clothing
and furnishing goods to bo closed
out at cost.
196 Farnham St., porner of 12th,
aprl 4 nt,
OBDISA3CE 30. 30q.
An ordinance relating to Crcuses, Hgnagerie
and side Shows:
Biit ordained by the Citj Council of the
City of Omaha :
Sec. 1. "J he license for circuse and menager
ies shall be-pe hundred and fifty dollars per
day. and the license for each tfde hbw f wenty
dcllsrs per dar. and the lease ef any public
KTOunds of the city for ci'cnse and menageries
shill be fifty dollars per asy
Sec. 2. All ordinances nd pirtsof ordlnanc
esconfiicting with this ordinance, are herehy
lepeairi. Thli ordmanes to take tlfo. from and
after its pasa.iga.
ried April 31, 1571.
E. D. KITTON, J. 8 GIBSON,
Uty Clerk, rreslclent City Council.
Approved April 41 h, 1874,
J. S. GIBSON,
aplbt2 Acting Mayor.
FO R SALE 2 bll lard tables, also lo's ons
(1). and two (2). In block thre (3) lot
tnirtecn (13), in block nine (9), lot fourteen tn
b ock ten (10), situated in Bryants aud Clark's
sub.dtvision to Council Muffs, Iowa; also lots
three (3) and four (4), In block eighteen (IS), tn
the town Colambrii, Nebraska. The above
prop rty must b sold wlthoatrescrvs, to dose
a bankrupt estate. Inquire of
EB EBH ART
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Hcst Ifakcrs. My prices
are awai below! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
be undersold ! Make no mistake !
see the "BAZAR" before buyingj or
write for prices. You ars dollars
by so doing. See the new
"BOSTON CANOPY TOP!"
Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
a "specialty" of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
NOTICE. Advertisements ol To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, FouoJ, Hoarding, Ac., will
te invruU in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each fulwtquent insertloo,
FIVE CEK S t line. '1 he Urst insertion
neer Ksha.T TWENTY-FIVE CI-NTS,
WANTED A man and wife; the man as a
Iabo cr or teaiuiter, anl the woman to
do general housework. Inquire at Clark ami
French's store, Letween 9 and 10 a in. pl5t3
mO RENT A tile sant coltaj ou
X t lt 11th and UllisU., with all or
ol furniture for sale. Inquire of
apljtf JOHN M. CLARK.
WANTED A house of about d rooms, near
business pas t of town. Address, F. S.
Bee office. HP15UQ
DR. WRIGIl V has UUeq an office oil Podge
it, bol Jjtli and tJth, orer ilackej's gro
JjlOK RE.NT House iO. -.35 Jactsou St., in
J good order. L. WKIGIIT,
uid3.lt Gjrae-- C ica.o and 19th sis.
EOlt SALE Ch ap ana ou easy terms, house
and lot ire cor C;h and Pierce sis, hous
and lot ii e cor ICth and Leavenworth sts.house
and lot sc cor 7th and Jones sts, houe and part
f iotn e cor 13th and Cass sts, huuseand lot 3J ,
urinu anu Isaac s auuiiiou
aplit JOUN W-.'LYTLE, Att'y, Ac
' ' Over First National Bj
A FEW UOARDERs can be accommodated
with gooi boaid and pleasant room, at
secor Chicago aqlijth, tij. ai'Utj
I7IOR VAI,H llnte top and two opn bug-
l giess nearly new at a. j. Siuii
THO RENT Fio'm May 1st, to a small family
a coiiage nun six room
Addrcs Miij, Hall,
Y7ANrrD-To I.UTfulIIot in ueU'ilorhood
V of Sbfun'ii Addition, send price and
particulars ta A. B., Uxe othce.
TANTEO A good girl to do housework at
T TJJr. Iaae Edwards', 131 Farnham at.
fl'O LET --mall ho'toou Uaplrot aienue, s e
l corniu r,iruia oiayist.
Apply ai Coi-
WAN'lEU Toreot a urnishol house of
4 or 5 rooms, either a'l or parti v furnish
ed ; must be near the cor of 10.li and Farnham
sis. Address, P. SMITH,
npl3tt Bee ofuce.
WANTED Inimediatelr, agirl todoliouc
workat2Gl Howard at. ap 3'3
THO RLNT A ltirmshcd roum suitable tor
I onoor two gt'UtltuiBU, uecor 13th si and
Capital ar. a9tf
HARD WOOD for sa!e or to trade for hors
orcttle t-illwl 1) P RED HAN.
"VTOW OKM.Vl-K-llid.lor.he sale or ex
Ji change of the Cuminings' residence prop
erly, will bercceived a short time longer. If
not disposed of th's month, will be withdrawn
from market, cleared, and grounds fitted up
for present owner The houe Is dcciiledly one
of the very best built and mot la3:efully ar
ranged in this city, all modern conveniences,
and in every way first class. Ii is the very gar
den spot of this city at.d must bo spen to hi ap
preciated. No jiart Qf tottu is improving morp
rapid. Cars' will run wittiin three Mocks this
summer. Ground is 915x167 leet. It is a bar
pai lor 20,0X1, but will be told for much less.
Apply ou premises or to
upllwl 509 13th t.
FOIt .-ALE Oil hXCUANGE 2 nuercsuteme
lots ; charming nei borhood. K mile
from Court House, together with S3 6. Mer
chandlse for farm, watches, diamonds, furni
ture etc. Very small amount of cah required.
Address, BUSINESS, rtoffice.
ArAji 'ED S,Q-Q or 57,00o, firtt mortgage
T on u ties t improved nrorerty in city. Ads
MONEY. Fos oflce.
FOK SALE OK RE-JT A farm of 121 acres
with house and barn, situated one half mile
ct of tho Barracks; inquire of
mch!6tf D. P. REDMOND.
lieals, Ilo-jin No. 9 Vii.clier'. block Oma
17,OKSALE-8j acres ot farming land n ar
Jj Ficmout, N'sIj , litu.tcU In Saundurs Co.
t.ol sec 19, 1. 10, rarge 8 etst. Piice S450
cash, if sold in April. luquiroof C B. Wells,
3Uliin at, Omaha, Neb. aollil
PACIFIC HOUSE REOPENED The Pacific
House has been thoroughly repaired, aDd
will be open for the accommodation of boarders
and the public generally, ou the 1st of March
by Win. RowitZcr. Chargts reasouable 10th
st., bet. Cap.ave. and Davenport st. fe-tf
(ATU11E FOi: RENT-On NW cor.
S. A. TAYLOR CO.
pOK It l-NT A atore, 193 Dougia street
U quire at webijkii x oiEHM's.
OK RENT 1h Valle
House. Inqulri- of
XX quire of Mrs. J. N. I ago, corner ol 15th
and Mason, sts. spJtf
WANTED At the Wyoming Hotel, two
good girls, at once. Ap,ly between 9
12 a. m.
17"OR SALE 1C0 aires ot nnil adjoining a
1 large farm and close to settlen-ents in the
southeast part of Butler County, for 81.0 ler
sere on tinip, or the whole for S'OO if paid in
cash. Land is 30 miles northwest of Lincoln.
ApplT to ANDREW EO-IJWATtB.
WANIED Torenta h.iuse of nver six
rooms with ham, convenient to business
pait oftown Inquire at 212 Douglas street.
FOR SALE-A house and lot in Fapillion.
Desirable location for store, lot '.2x40 to t,
huus 13x35 feet, one story and a ha.f bTli.
Inquire at office of Dr. D. L lleadle, Papillioq.
i RARE CHANCE I offer my brie resi-
3k. denceon Dodjest. t-L H h aul 15th sts,,
forsa'eata bargaiu. This is good business
pro erty, and will S'Wn become very valuab'e.
as only the street separates it from the U. S.
Court and Postofilce. R.M. MAltslIAl L.
TroTirE Ta the citizens qr omaiia
J The ii has been a cempany of city cav
angers organized, who propose to cluu alleys
and outboufes of all filth, on ilie shortest no
tice, and on reasonable terms. Allordrrs left
a 124 Farnham st , will re eive promt I atten
tion. Work done at nliiht without inconven-
l.nee to residents. CITY. SCAVENGERS.
OKSALE Two full loUwllh improvements
ou n w cor. 21st and Izart its. Inquire at
Ctxtboiue north of steam laundry. ap6:r2
OOM- FOR RENT suitable tor a family
r for offices, formerly o copied by Peycke
Brothers, No. 235 Farnham at.' bet. 13th and
14th. Inquire of the parlies occupying the
premises. up stairs. Possession giveu iniinedi
atily or May 1st. ap.g.f
To William H. Pier, non-resident, defendant :
' Jake qutice that a petition hai bfen filed in
theomceof theC:erKol the Di.trlc: Court of
the Second Judicial District of N,ebrajka, for
Douglas County, by Lewis Brash is Plaintiff,
acainst you as Defendant, theobjtctand praver
of which petition Is to ecvera Judgment" or
decree of said Court, adjudlrs and decreeing
inat tne saiu ririuuu, w.u urasn, is me own
er In fe simple of. aud that you have no title
t6 or Interest in, the north two-thirds of the
followlcg piece Ar parcel of land situate to the
County of Douglas, ana aiatz ot eorak, da
scribed as foil ws : Commencing at a point 12
chains and 50 links oa a line due south from
center of section ten- (10), township fifteen,
ranitf tljlr cen east, tfcecctf east twn-y chains,
thence tqutn two ohaios and forty three and
three-fourth'nnks, ibeuce west twjjatr chains,
thence north two chains and lorfj. threw and
tb'ee-fourth links to the place of Uglnnlng, la
all 4J4acr.s. You are r-qnind to answer said
petition tn or UloretbeWbdsTf May, A.
D 187. SPAUN A PBITCHETT.
MACUTEKF f HE DEPARTED
Vo- 4S8 MiVCi,lttTten Faracaa 4 Eubit.
' the aid of truirdian spirit, obtain
r one a view of the Bait, present and la
No fees charged in tates of tlckacaf,
ib'A l V "vvfrN lf
HOTELS V D BESTATJSAHT3.
and best hotel between Chicago
n. 1 .. Ci.mV.. aY. 1CT1
(30 tf GEO. THRALL. Proprietor
Between 9th and 10th.
CHARLES FCLSERXAN Prop.
Cor. 16th St. & Capitol Av.
ay Board, H per week; Board and Lodr'ng
from S3 to $6 ; Transient, $1.50 per day
ISO FAKS1IAM STREET,
Btlwfcn 10th and 11th,
VICTOR DL CROSS, - Prop
TABLES 8UPPLIED WITH EVERYTHI58
In the Market.
Open From 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.
AH Meals Served to Order.
OYSTERS SERVED 15 EVERY STYLE.
Same in season. Prices to suit the
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promenade Suits, Evening Dre-srs, Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrappers, Coats, Ac, cut to or
der In the latest Parisian styles. Having car
ried on fashionable cutting and fitting for la
dies in all Its branches in the various cipitals
and centres of fashion In Europe and America,
I lae pleasure in introducing myself to the
ladles of Onahi. Satfsfactfon guaranteed in
every department of my protTession.
So. '509 I3Ui fetrrrt.
oc2yl ' B. WiLF.
MRS. S. A. "WHITCOMB.
Dress and Cloak Maker,
Rooms rfrer Mrs. Smith's Millinery Store,
253 FARMim ST., OSI.UIA, XKR,.
Opposite the Grand Central Hotel.
Patterns of all Siuds on Hand.
And cut tot rderlroni Actual Measurement.
Cutting & Fiting a Specialty
a. ar. siavrjpaoivs
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Office up stairs.) Omaha, "Nebraska. Carriages
and Buggies on band or trade to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
33 Roughs Street, Omaha, Ksbruka
Buggies, Pattrnt Wheels, Road wagons, Trot
ting Sulkies, Kke'etons, Ltudebaker's,
Celebrated Wa.o s. James R.
Hill's Celebrated Con
cord ' arnesa
Robes, B'ankets,Tagpn Material of all Descrip
tions, apske, Hubs, Felloes, and all klndsof
HAM) WOl-D LU.HBER
'l himble Skeins, A xlts and Springs,
255 Harney street, belvton 14th and 15th.
mr , i-
Carriage and Wagon Makia;
In all it Branches, in
th.e latest and most
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACXoMITHI.Nd
and repairing done on short notice.
BIDS FOR WOOD AND HAY.
Office Chief Quart buastek
OuailA.Neh.. April 13. 1874.
Sealed Bids. In duplicate: with guarantee,
signed by twe responsible patt'es, not bidders,
that they will becom bondsmen on award of
contrac s, w libe receive 1 at this office until
eleven o'clock a ir ou Friday, May 15th, 1874,
for the delivery cf a quantity of
vv ood and Say
at the stations In this Command, vir.:
Omaha DeKit, Fort B Idger,
Omaha B.rrackr. Cot-.ip Douglas,
Fort SjcPiifisot,,' K ft 1 1 Bear-r,
Noit.i lti. Fort Laramie,
Mda-y 1'arracks, Fort K. Herman,
Fort I). A. R ifSel, Rl Cloud Agency,
Chevenr.e I'eptt, Sput.eU Tall Agency,
Fort Sanders, Camp Brown,
Fort Frel Sllr, Camp sia nbauh.
Bids for the supplies to I delivered at each
of the above name station., wil a!g bo re
ccivtd tipt'.n e rairjediy and hour, by the re
spective Quarts UiajtTiat add kUti-.ns, a d
lorwardtj to trie under.lgned. as directed in
general order No. 57. W-irD.i ailment, 1371.
TherUht to reje.1 nycrall bids Is reserved .
Full conditions and requirements will be
made known and blank bids lurcished, on ap-appl-catlon
to his office.
Bids for zny portion of the above supplies
wi'l be considei eil
By order of the Department Commander.
ALEX. J. PERKY.
Chief Quarterpiiuter Dep't Platte,
14!6 IirovilBrirGen'lU.S. A.
STaT Or NKnRAKA,l
At a Probata Court hejd at the role Court
Room In and for said county, April '3, A. D
l!f74. Present, Wm. L. 1'eal
In the ma tcrof the estate of Patrick Hnn.
nel', deoased. On filing the duly verified pe
tition of Hannah Conntll, praying that an to
atrtinient nqw on file in this Court, purport n
to be the last will and testament of said de
ceased, may be proved and admitted to Probate
and that lettera testamentory thereof be issued
to her, and that she be appointed executrix of
Ordered, That May 19, A. D. 1871, at 10
o clock a. af.. Is ataigned for bearing said peti
tion, when all persons interested In said mat
ter may appear at a Prolate Court to be bd I at
not m granted: andtoatnotlcaofthene
of said petition and the hearing thereoi.lgivcu
to all persons inteiested in said matter, by pub
lishing a copy of this order In the Om-iha
Weekly Bek, a newspaper printed In said
county, fcr three tucce-aivt weeks, prior to
said day of bearing.
I a irue copy j
WM. L. PEA BODY,
Rclrt Hoy. Pi'lT) Befiire Enock Henney,a
n tj .Ju-lice of the Peace of
John A. King, Deft) Douglas Couny, Neb.
To said defendant :
TVke" notice. On the 9th day of April, 1374,
said Sustkw luited an order r,f attachment In
tht abort actlou tn the sum of in.
Owaira, Neb., April 13'.h. Uii. Plainilt
loirenzo B. WUliama 1 Before Enoch Henney.
vs. y justiee ot tna Peace ol
WllUin J. If
' ' l'efadi
ant-' J Doqglas pouaty, Npb.
To said defendant ;
Take notice, on the 7th day of March. 1174
fall Justice Issued an order tf attachment In
the above act 'on lor the east of H? JO
LORENZO h WILLIAMS,
by OTIS H.B ALLOC,
Osuai, Neb., April Utb, 1374. PlTsAtt'y.
-TV-"K I q tMILuM-T
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE,
MORGAN & GALLAGHER.
-SUCCES-ORS'TO CREIGHTON AND MORGAN V
No. 205 Farnham Street,
Olfe-A IEIj, - - - - ZLsriEIB.
WHITNEY, BAUSEIiiUX & CO.,
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
OJULAIEHIA., - - HEB
mch27yt AHK.NTS FOR THE DUPONT POWDER CO.
Kurtz Ifl oh r& (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY,
231 Farnham Street,
Shelf a Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILL WAGON STOCK,
TllKKSHKlf. HAKVKSTKHS, KEAl'tKS. MOWRKK.DItlLLs, KEEDL'I
COUN-l'LVNTEICH. PLOWS Cl)E,riV ATOMS. MAI.
246 Douglas St , Omana, ITebraslca.
GEO. A, HOAGLAND,
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS., U. P. R. R. THICK..
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS, ETC.
257 Douglas Street
WILLIS & ANDRESEN",
o and. BIO
WINES, BRANDS, AND GINS.
noiesaie dealers In PUKE BOURBON CO..
... ...,.. w .4. ...mi.... rtio. inijiivjiiii i-njuui;s in barrels sad
Ca?;,.Je fDtZ '"r ,he I',"-'fd NEVADA. CALIFOltn IA. COLOR DO.
MONTANA. DAKOTA and NKBItASK .S-UAR3. Imp.rtej SCO I CK
and RASS ALE and LONDON PORTER, always ou hand. Als.
jEHS 3 and
HENRY HORNBERGER. -
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,!
Fine Old Kent uckj TTliIskles and Imported yloois Specially.
hic,i.iweuu,ock,, ' OjvlAJHIA, iltdejb.
R. & J. WILBUR,
G?SFAL AGENTS FOR
F. D. COOPER,
MAKTJFAOTimER OP "WAGOITS
AND WHOLESALE DEALLlt IN
-or-. 14tli and Uarnoy t-.
I am now manufacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell at
Dealers in litis State necJ not want to go EauI f.i CANDIES.
Atrial Is solid led.
SOMES end FAMIS in 2T2SILA.SZA.
The Burlin.ton aud M'si url River Railroad Co., ofT.s best Ian sat lew price on 10 years
cred.t at 6 per cent. Interest, and wi ha bonus premium of 20 per cent, on the mount ol tke
purchase, tf half the land is cultivated, within two years frem uale af purchase.
LARGE DEDUCIONS FOR
of Piatte, Loup Fork
TTi B AM R.R.CO. wilsel aVi-it t.OW.OW vrre. of splendi 1 1 rasing sal agricultural Iaad la
a well'watered country, .tl.-oat $1 50 ta J7.00 per acre on Uogcredlt.
South of the
. .. i....lvr o' the bstlanl In
aneyj"i7 ';-. .-, .-.i,,-,, I
hueoui Republican Valley. Fordrcula aanlfuU lnforotatloo ply to
C B. SCHALLEI, Agesitl. X. Lii 0 ee,
p7wly eatrai iaad
GLOYES aiil NOTIONS.
X4tlx St. OxnjOiR.lU'ah
KENTUrKV, OPPER DISTILLED TTH 8
- Oxnaiuu, Neb
ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
and Elkhorn Valleys
Nebraska. laterseetedbr nasas-oas
,, develoneJ Dart of the tste. as alt In ta
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