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THE OMAHA BEE
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SffSSSa tlo above ItallVoad
X AOVBKI'ISHSIIS- me C1KCU
t,vrlO ot JheDAIIV Bfil I KJore
than double tliat of any other clnily
papcr jubILhedin XrbrasUa.
Peycke's Restaurant and Oyster
, rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
Two first class milliners wanted
at Mrs. Atkinson's Millinery Par
lors, on the cornerof Capital avenue
and Seventeenth streets.
May 8, 2t.
FouiI'li a glove. Owner can
have the same by calling at this of
fice and paying cost of this notice.
The sum of SS0 was on Saturday
raised by the employes, at Ilall's
foundry, for Mr. Haines, who had a
leg broken in the morning.
Fletcher & Hubbard will soon
begin sprinkling the streets. They
are now soliciting subscriptions for
this purpose, and everybody should
come down liberally.
In the United States District
Court Saturday, Xick Monhof
fcr was found guilty of selling
liquor, tobacco, etc., without paying
the required tax. He was fined 35.
Councilman Stephenson, it is
said, made complaint Saturday
agaiust the proprietors of the Herald
for putting up their new building
contrary to the provisions of the lire
Molly Catlin and Bob Catlin
-were fined $10 and costs at the po
lice court Saturday for running
a disorderly house. Patsy O'Neill,
a female inmate of the same, was
also fined a like amount.
A certain Henry Smith, while
intoxicated, stole a couple of blan
kets Frldaynight from a man named
larson, in South Omaha. He was
arrested by Policeman larson, and
brought before Judge Peabody this
morning. ,He was fined $3.00 and
costs upon his restoring the blankets
to the owner.
By our telegrams it will be seen
that Ben. Hogan is no more. He
died Saturday, from the effects
of a revolver shot, received while
attempting to prevent a woman
from fchooting another man. He
had many friends in this city, where
he trained for two weeks previous
to his fight with Tom Allen at Iowa
Stein, the merchant tailor, was
the victim of an unpleasant surprise
party about 8 o'clock Friday even
ing. A piece of iron, three feet and
a half long, and about three quar
ters of an inch in diameter, pene
trated the east side of the building,
going through to the inside and
projecting two or three inches,
knocking off the plastering, and
causing considerable excitement in
that tailor shop. The iron was
pulled through, and was found to
be crooked like a eanc on one end.
On the outside of the building a
hole, (Jmilar to one produced by a
large bullet, was found. How this
missile was ever sent with such
force, or who threw it, is a mystery.
It is thought that some man must
have hurled it from some neighbor
ing building, or that the wind blew
it from some roof.
"A Daughter of Bohemia," is
the title of a new novel by Chris
tian Reid, author of "Valerie Ayl-
mer," "Aiorion aiousc," vwuaa
Atonement," and other works. It
is published in elegant style, with
beautiful illustrations, by D. Apple
ton & Co., and is for sale by S. C.
Abbott & Co., of this city. It is one
of the most interesting novels of tie
day, and is written in most chai ru
ing style." The plot is an excellent
one, and the reader becomes inte
rested from the first page, and his
interest constantly increase.-", until
the climax is reached in the hut
sentence of the story. This Is the
kind of a novel that a reader of
fiction cannot fail to appreciate ; it
is one which you wish to finish be
fore you lay it down, which is some
iblBg that cannot be said of eveiy
yrotk of fiction.
3 1 The reading of the evidence in
the Baumcr- Johnston contested
election case, "was concluded last
evening before the City Council.
The case will be concluded this
-A stove tumbled over in a
building on the eastside of Eleventh
street, between Farnham and Doug
las, yesterday morning about eight
o'clock, and started up a little blaze.
An alarm was sounded, but the fire
was put out before the engines ar
rived. The Johnsou-Baumer long con
tested election case, was concluded
Saturday evening, before the City
Counsel. Thb case was argued by
the council for each contestant, and
then submitted to the council. A
resolution, that a certificate of elec
tion be given to Edward Johnson,
was then carried, the seven Demo
crats voting for it, and the five Re
publicans voting against it.
A telegram was received in this
city yesterday announcing the
death, at Salt lake, of Mrs.
Hibbard. wife of Mr. "W. B. Hib-
bard, superintendent of the "Wes
tern division of the "Western Union
Telegraph line. The deceased was
formerly a resident of this city,
where she had a largo circle of
friends and acquaintances. The
remains will arrive here "Wednes
day afternoon, ind the funeral is to
take place from Trinity church.
It was briefly announced in
these columns, on Friday, that
"Jack, the Blucjay," the favorite
bird at the variety Bazar, hail pass
ed in his checks. He died at the
age of one year, from the effects of
a cold, which ran into the catarrh,
and tciininated in consumption.
"Jack" was an intelligent bird. He
had received a liberal education,
having been reared from childhood
byEberhart, the King Bird Deal
er. The deceased had an extensive
acquaintance among the patrons of
the Bazar, with whom he was a
great favorite. His death is great
ly mourned by the other birds of
the establishment, especially by the
little African Java sparrow, who
was his cage mate. "Wlion Jack
shuflled off his mortal coll, this
sparrow hopped down from his ele
vated position,and mournfully look
ed him in the face to ascertain if he
was really dead. Ho is Jonely
since Jack died. The funeral took
place at five o'clock yestorday af-
ternoon, and was largely attended
by the feathered tribe, who occu
pied a long line of bab3 buggies.
Judge Lake has returned from
Theodore Ensign and wife left
Saturday for a visit to Hastings
E. C. Axford returned yesterday
from a long visit to his relatives in
Arthur Gorltam, land agent of the
B. & M. in Nebraska, at Lincoln, is
at the Grand Central.
Andrew J. Cherry, an extensive
live stock and commission merchant
of Chicago, is at the Metropolitan,
and will remain in town several
C. J. Ellis, agent of the Empire
Fast Freight line, at Burlington, is
in the city; also S. T. Jolmson,
agent of the same line at Council
C. P. R. "Williams, of the Grand
Island limes, returned Saturday
morning from Chicago, where he
purchased some additional material
for hispajwr. He left for home yes
terday. R. Archdeacon, formerly of the
Atlantic & Pacific telegraph office
in this city, has been appointed
Chief Operator on the M K & T
railway, between Junction City and
Canon King-ley, of "Westminis
ter Abbey, England, accompanied
bj his daughter, arrived in Omaha
Saturday evening, and stopped at
the Grand Central Hotel. They
M'ill Ieavo to-day for the "West.
Dr. Longley, receiver of the
North Platte land office, and E. C.
Church, editor and proprietor of the
North Platte Enterprise, called at
the Bi:i: oilico Saturday. Dr.
Longley reports that the western
portion of the State is settling up
very fast indeed. In the month of
.March the land office did a heavier
business than it has at any other
time since its establishment.
AVilliam Rcid, United States Con
sul at Dundee, Scotland, and Mr.
Peter Fleming, government emi
gration agent of Her Majesty, ar
rived here Saturday frdm the
East, on their way to Oregon to
eompletearrangements for the trans
portation of a large colony to that
State. They are at the Grand Cen
tral, and will leave for the "West to
day. Mr. Mchaffcy, the agent in this
city of Bradstrect's Commercial
Agency, has returned from an ex
tensive business trip to the East and
South. During his absence he had
the misfortune to meet vith a se
vere accident. Ho received a fall
by which lie broke his collar bone,
two ribs and an arm. He has al
most recovered from the effects of
this shaking up, with the exception
of his arm, which he yet carries in
The following are the arrivals at
the "Wyoming Hotel :
A J Miller, Des Moines, Herman
Mattioby, Des Moines; Geo Christ,
Des Moines; Wra Totmau, Burling
ton; Ed Owens, Petersburg, Pa; R
R Clark, Des Moines; Jno "Wil
liams, Fargo, D T; John Boxer,
Santee Agency; Ja3 Godfrey, do;
Jas H Boskin, do; Benton Bowen,
Fort Calhoun; C F Holliday, Pap
pillion; "Win G Kane, Ogden; R
Williams, Fremont; "Wm Jackson,
Kit Carson, Col; J J Martin, Day
Now is the time to lay off your
heavy underwear. Go to Frank J.
Ramge's and buy your spring and
CI1T1YH1T. vatirVf fliT" llA lino o Inrmi
and complete stock of that line of
UNITED STATES COURTS.
In the United States Circuit Court,
which met Friday morning pur
suant to adjournment, the following
business was transacted.
Hon. John F. Dillon presiding.
J M Gregg vs J Shepherd. De
murer to answer of April 20, 1874,
sustained. Xave to answer over
In CO days and continued.
Catherine Leiter, sole executrix,
etc.vs JD Crown. Demurer to
netition overruled and leave to an
E S Jaffry vsLoveland. Judg
ment against defendant for $548,
85. UPRR Co., vs County Com
missioners, Merrick County, et al,
amended bUl to be filed by 11th
inst, and by consent same to be
treated as denied, for the proofs io
be taken in 30 days. Case to be
submitted on brief to be filed in 40
days from date.
II. P. Railroad Co. vs. Co. of
Cheyenne et al, defendant ruled to
answer uy J my; ruies auu
Farmers Loan and Trust Co., et
al vs. St. Joe & D. C. R. R. Co.,
proconfesso against certain debts.
Interlocutory decree entered, and
First National Bank of Omaha vs
Central National Bank of Omaha.
Bill dismissed at costs of defend
ant. J H Ballard, assignee, vs SN Pet
tit, et al. Decree charging certain
property in Lincoln, Neb., with $1,-470-07.
In the District Court. Judge Dun
dy presiding, tho following business
was transacted yesterday :
United States vs Distillery, &c,
of J C Maekoy & Co. Distribution
of proceeds arising from sale of dis
tillery to the following mechanics'
Council Bluffs Iron "W'ks Co$2,883.G0
Geo F Hoagland & Co 2,229.04
Harris & Foster. ,369.()0
Dennis &Fitzpatrick 119.85
United States vs Pollock. Indict
ment for stealing letters from the
post office at Brownville, etc. Trial
to jury and verdict of guilty on one
indictment Sentence reserved.
United States vs John Hogan.
Indictment for selling liquor with
out paying United States tax, etc.
Trial to jury, verdict guilty. Sen
The grand jury presented several
npw jnijictments against parties not
Tho District Court adjqiirncd to
ten o'clock this morning.
Everybody buys WALL PAPER
and Baby Buggies of Eberhart, sav
ing S2 to $S op each buggy. I have
just received 300 IMPORTED
BIRDS, Goldfinches, Siskins, Bullr
finches, Linnots and Gorman Caiia
ries. Latter reduced for this month
only to $7 and $8. Splendid sing
ers ! maj-9 It
A Man ef Family;
The Pittsburgh Leader, of May
4th, gives the following account of
a colony consisting of but one fam
ily bound for Nebraska:
"A Gorman emigrant passed
through this city on Saturday on
his way to Nebraska, where he has
purchased a farm. Of the nineteen
children, thirteen were boys, and
six girls. There were three pairs of
twins among the children, four of
which were boys and two girls.
They spoke pretty fair English,
were all stout and hearty-looking,
and were the right kind of a family
to start a new settlement with.
After the old gentleman had drawn
them up in line, and counted heads,
they embarked on the train for
FREDERICK THE HATTER
One counter table, 15 feet long, 3
feet wide, 30 inches high.
May 9, It.
Vienna Bier and May Wine at
Thiele's Summer Garten.
Grand Free Concert at Thiele's
Summer Garten every Saturday
evening and Sunday afternoon.
A. TuciCEii is now offering to his
customers and friends themost com
plete stock of Boots and Shoes in
the city, made expressly for the re
tail trade, and which will be sold at
the very lowest price for cash. All
goods warranted as represented.
Please call and examine the stock
at A o. 23 1 Douglas street. my8 2t
First-class board, $5.00 per week
at No. 189 Capitol Avenue,
may 8-3 1.
Tup.kisii Baths every day and
evening at Redick's Opera House.
Pensions and Bounties pko
cuiied by W. M. Francis, Law
Office, Ckeioiiton Block.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street,
Just received, tho latest styles of
spring and summer goods. Call and
mayC tf Frank J. Ramge's.
Japanese and other silk dress
goods at greatly reduced rales at
Brackin's. . May 8 12
Parasols in all colors at Brack-
FLETCHER & HUBBARD
Are now ready to furnish ICE
LAST YEAR'S RATES,
Leave your orders at their office
on Ninth street, between Farnham
Fletcher & Hubbard.
May S, tf.
FRESH SHAD just arrived this
morning at B. Behren's Fish mar
ket, 251 Douglas street,
Go and see the new flower stand
at Redick's Opera House.
Dyeing and cleaning of all kinds
of goods, and unequaled in bright
ness and finish, at the Steam Dye
works, 10th street, befween Farn
ham pnd Douglas. apr 23-tf.
For Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street,
Enquire of V. Bcrkley.
Card of Thanks
The fire department had a run
nut to the vicinity of Mrs. Lowe's
famm Toctoriln afYnrnru-in 'WrVlprA
they found a dangerous prairie 'fire
raging, vhich had been started
thoughtlessly by some school child
ren. A shanty on Mrs. Lowe's farm
was burned down, but the main
house was saved by the firemen
connecting the hose of engines 1
and 2, and throwing a stream of
water from a creek.
Mrs. Lowe is very thankful for
the successful efforts of the firemen,
who had such a long run, as will be
seen by the following card from hen
I desire to return thanks to the
fire department and citizens for
their prompt response to the cry for
help yesterday afternoon, and their
assistance in protecting my tenant
houses and barns from fire, which
would have resulted in their destruc
tion had it not been for their efforts.
The day was intensely warm, and
on account of the high wind there
was great uanger apparent, rne
distance from the city made the ef
forts of the hre department doubly,
Heal Estate Sales
For the week ending May 8, 18ft.
A B Covalt, to Michael Barrvf
lots 13, 14, 15, and 16; block 17.
Wilcox's 2d addition, 250,00.
Alvin Saunders, to Chauncey
Wiltse, se corner of lot 2, block 82,
Herman H Smith, to Henry
Riech, w one-third of lot 24, Hart
man's addition. $700.
George M. Mills to Andrew Jocrg,
2 acres in S W N E section 34,
town 15, range 13 east. $400.
Stephen K. Jackson to Emily E.
Arnold, lot 3, block 2, Horbach's
second addition. $2,300. -
August "Wetzel to Edwin Davis,
Wi of lot 0, block oS. $050.
J J MoLain to Thomas McCague,
lot 7, block 147, Omaha. $4,000.
Henry B Myers to John Herold,
ten Jots in Myers, Richards & Til
den's Ad. $1,000,
"Wallace R Bartlett to Ellen Carey,
administratrix of Michael Carey,
deceacd. part of lots 3 and 4, block
A Burley, Sheriff, to J C "Wilcox,
lots 18, 19, 20, 21,-and 22 in block
25, Wilcox second addition. $107.
Watson B. Smith to Wallace R.
Bartlett, lot 3 in Bartlett's addition.
A. J. Poppleton to trustees of
Swedish Lutheran Emanuel Church,
lot 6, block 22 $2,000.
Joel T. Griffen to McDaniels &
Gillmeister, 20x120, lots 7 and S;
block 149', $2."500.
Alfred R. Dufreno to Harriet El
la Guiou; west half of lot 0, block
Meyer's Hall. Free Religious
Society meets at 2 o'clock, as usual.
Seats free. All are invited.
.NEW AND FRESH GRO
CERIES are being dally received at
MORSE'S, 272 DODGE, St.,
to meet the increased demand of
TRADE. I herewith return
thanks for tjje liberal PATRON
AGE RECEIVED and by a oon
tinuation'of tho .
SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM
already inaugurated, hope to meet
the approbation of a still larger cir
cle of customers. Our Motto:
NEVER BE UNDERSOLD.
Goods delivered, to all parts of the
the city will call for orders if de
sired. All goods WARRANTED.
OUR SPECIAL ATTENTION, to
correct weights and measures.
L. V. MORSE,
at B. M, Spencer's old stand.
When you are looking for
Don't fail to examine
John B. Detwiler's
Stock. You will find it very large
in the departments, and prices that
will please all. inayfl It
Grand Concert Sunday even
ing, May 10th, 8 p. in., at Thiele's
Summer Garden. may9 It
CLOSING OUT SALE
LADIES' & MISSES' SHOES,
Having concluded to abandon the
sale of this class of goods, I will sell
my entire stock off without regard
50 per cent SAVED TO THOSE
who want such goods.
mavS 2t J. H. Brackin.
Go to Eaton's and get a photo
graph of Tennie C. Clailiu.
First-class Board at $4.00 per
week at No. 19S Capitol avenue.
Dr. M. T. Anderson has removed
his office to Room No. 8, Creighton
Block. aprlS lm
For your best white shirts go to
Frank J. Ramge's. , mayGtf
First-class tickets to Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Gordonsville, Virginia,
for sale at Ph. Gottheimer's, Ticket
Broker, 206 Farnham street.
Ice Cream at Latey's. Fami
lies supplied cheap. Leave your
orders. H L- Latey.
JOHNSON & CO.,
have abundant reason to be satis
fied with the Cash business, and
thank their many friends for the
support they have given it; and
feel safer than ever in assuring all
new friends who may give them a
trial that the only cash grocery
house in the city can give them
M-ices that will be five per cent.
below anyone's "ten per cent." or
plainly ttated, cheaper fhan the
same grade of goods can be bought
in the city.
Jno. J. Johnson & Co.
Bfgn of "Cash," 262 Douglas
Omaha, Maj 9, 1874.
Editor Bee :
-Pursuant to a call a meeting of
delegates was held in the Christian
church, and was 'opened by "W.
."Vfnctor Wiilentr. of Elkhorn Orance.
iii the ehai-,indilectingS. J. Cutler
secretary. xusiness ptiiaiiiiuy iu
the Fourth of July celebration was
acted upon. It was decided to
have said celebration at some
ceritral point on the U. P, R. R. A
meeting of delegates will be held at
Elkhorn station Saturday, May
ICtli, 1 I. M.
Delegates from Granges north of
the Platte are earnestly requested to
be present. S. J. Cutler,
Circular to the Patrons of Hus
bandry. Plattsmoutii, Neb.,
May 4th, 1874.
Brothers and Sisters of the P. of II.
The following telegram has been
received by me from Brother H. W.
L. Lewis, Master of the State
Grange of Louisiana:
New Orleans, April 30, 1S74.
To Win. B. Porter, Ptatismouth,
Great destitution in the overflow
ed districts; many Patrons home
less and penniless. Make our ne
cessities known. Forward contri
butions to me, here, as rapidly as
H. Wr. L. Lewis.
Now, therefore, you will at your
next meeting give the members of
your grange an opportunity to con
tribute to the relief of our Brothers
sand Sisters in distress, in the State
fof Louisiana. Send whatever is
contributed by our people by Postal
Money Order, payable to H.
W. L. Lewis, at New Orleans,
Lakwith the compliments of your
Grange.NDon't fail to send, even
if the contribution be small, send it
on the prjnciple of the "widow's
mite;" waste no time in corres
pondence, with this otllcc. While
the great Mississippi has broken
through the levees, and is flooding
vast districts, and our brothers and
sisters have had to abandon all, and
ileo for their livc3, we are living in
comparative securing. We can con
tribute a small sum without detri
ment to ourselves and families.
In the hope that tho Patrons of
Nebraska will respond promptly
and not debate the propriety of tho
thing, or how we can give most,
but give a little, and that little soon,
I subscribe myself,
Wm. B. Porter,
Master State Grange, Neb.
will bo recoived at the Heal Estate
office of Bartlett & Smith, until 6
o'clock p. in., Saturday, May 16th,
1874, for the purchase of any, or all
ot the buildings situate upon the
following described premises, in the
city of Omaha, with or without
lh,e privilege of allowing theintoreT
main where they now are, until
April 1st, 1875.
iofiot5, "block 234.
Soflotl, block 233.
Ni of lot 8, block 233.
Lots 1 and 4, block 232.
may9-7t W. R. Bartlett.
Did You Ever Hear that an
old carpet could be made to look as
good as new, and all the grease, pe
troleum, or paint spots, taken out
for ten cents per yard ?
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
M. B!ey, 509 Fourteenth street,
care of Gladstone Co.
Copies of city charter for sale at
tho Bee office. tf
We take pleasure in directing the
attention of our readers to the ad
vertisements of Mr. J. Brackin,
dealer in staple and fancy dry goods,
Creighton Block. His stocK is
ample in all departments, and we
are assured that those purchasing
from him will be well satisfied that
they aro getting full value for their
money, may8 2t
C. F. ECAMA2TIT,
171 Cor. Farnham and Klcvenlh S.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning; and rep-tiring
done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURNISHING GOODS constantly on hand
and co! I cheap. tec2Ctf
- r r
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet. 13th & 14th Sts., OUAHA.
exr OMcst jiracticius DeutUls In the- city
238 Coughs Str:ct, Omaha, Eebrsska
Burgles, Tattcnt Wheels, Road wacon, Trot
ting Sulkies, Ske'etons, Ltudvbaker's,
Celebrated Wa o s. James R.
Hill's Celebtated Con
Ilnbe, B'anVets, Wagon Material of all Descrip
tions, Spskes, Hub, Felloes, and all Mndsof
1 hiniblc Skeins, Axles and Springs.
L VAN CAMP, M. D.
Dispenses his own meddnet. and betide
regular practice, makes specialities of Derange
menu and Diaewe Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Plica and otbtt Diieaae (4 tU fc;ua
Orncs and KeiiJecw, Corner Fomnast and
14th streets, first door to the right, up italn
(Jjsaha, Neb. Addraaa Lock Box 'Ot.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
T&os. Mills A Bro.,
Haclilnrs, Jtjonld. Ice Cre
Noa. 1301 & 1303 North Eiglnh St.
Proprietors: 1 EiracusnED lUi?
Thoxas Hills, 1
G to. il. .mills, f CATALOGUES SEMT
AtlekP.Pakh.J j upon application,
NOTICE. AdTertisementa of To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, Found, Boarding, At, will
be inserted in tbese columns once Ho r TEN
CENTS wr line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVECEFIS per line. The first insertion
neTer lesslhici TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
tuW LfJaV UK SIKAVfcu.-Ago-xi sued
red roan, fiTe-Tear oldcuw; brush .rt of tall
gone; has Durham horns, near one crumpled a
little. Finder will please mllK her immediate
ly ou finding, at-l -ill be well rewarded by
lear.ng her at the Corzen's Hous-e, southeast
co'ner of 9lh and Harney streets, or by giriug
ibformatit n of her n hereabouts.
may 8, tf.
GIUL WANTUtt. To do general house
wort. A good price will be paid to a good"
girl. No otUtr wanted. pply in person or
by letter to A. . CI.AKK,
n ay 9, 4t. Be levue, Ntb
SE Elt.M. cntlenien can 1 accommodated
with fir!-c'a;.-i board at 210 Doulaureet,
next to thj Lutheran lliurcn. may
OR hENT Furnished rooms
my 7-1 w
gentlemen at lbJ Harney st.
ANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hand', laborers, etc, immidiately, at
the employ meutolllce.rooiu 9 Vischer 'sblock.
STRAYED OR STOLEN May 2d, from the
stable of J. M. Gately, Papillion, sarp j Co.
ieb., a bla:k horse, five ears olJ, 4 1-2 hands
high. Any information that will lead to the
rc-overy of the above horse, wiU be liberally
rewarded. Addre.- as above. my7-lw
IOU SALE A lot with a s-iia'l house, good
md f.nce. Will sell cheap as me
fnirx. !vir nn. Onlr s3fal. Ill
Shinn's secon J adlition. Apply at 213 Howard
street, between 1 ith and 13lh. mySI2
FOB KENT Dwelling houc with 7 rooms,
lellar, well, cistern and t ees. No. 4S3, 12th
st. Inquire of ALK. 1. Jo.VEs, No. 509 1-2 13th
st, or n w cor Haruey and 1C:U sts. inyTtf
EKOST P.VRLOP. FOP. KKNT, also a fine
saddle pony for sale. App.y 277 Ifcuen
port st, bet 15th and lGth its. my 7 tf
rpO RbN T A store with 2Toonis in the rear
I and six rooms upairs, situated ou the
corner of Dodge and isihsts. Th's isjmum
berone stand tor a grocery ttore, and will be
renttd low for that purpose. Apply to J. P.
KELLEV, No. 503 Tenth st. between Iouglas
and Farnham, east siJe. mi "If
A LIMITED NUMBEK OF CATH E can
bo herded at spring Grove Farm, seten
miles from town. Inquireof.
iutTwI S. J. CUTLER,
On the farm, or at Evans A Durnail's grocery.
site tie Hue office
EOR SALE. I will sell good second hand
carriages and buggies low fur cash or tn.de,
as I wiih to replace them with new ones.
nuyCtf G. W. Homas.
JOlt RENT- Furnished rooms, wimorwilh-
out board, at lb7 Capitol Avenue.
JW. TOWSLEY with onward motion. To
, still each man or woman's notion ; 11 is
resolved to pbase the people. Who live above or
tlow the steeple, with choice veetab cs and
XEALesta'efor sale in
nrntron' A Nc!-
XV) son's additi ons.
Address, S. J. C, Bke
Thoma, room 8, Visscher block. my5tf
ROOMS FOR RUST Suitable for omces.
Northeast corner of ISth and l'odge st.
uiyStC TIIOS. C. HALEY,
FOR RENT A houe with six rooms and
good cellar, hou.e newiy papered and in
good repair. Inquire ot U. W. Homan, cor
Harney and 13th sts. uiyowl
mo RENT The Pacific hous. 10th and Dav
JL enport sts. I'oss ssion immediately. Store
No. 271 Douglas st, opposite Cieiihton block,
rnquireof J. BONNER,
iny5tf jOt) Douglas st,
NKOPEN BUGGY AND HAKNbSS, al
most new. foraalecheip, at 22J California
St., bet 13th and Mth sts.
EOR SALE- -A desirable residence property,
two lots and house, well located, good im
provement, such as shade and fruit tiees and
grapevines. Termseasv. AJdre-s
ap23tf J. 'P. B., BhE office.
"DaKTIEs desiring a situation, or in need of
X. laborers, servants and having tenements
fur rent, qr property for sale, wllfpltosa call at
thu employment and resj estate olileo, room 9.
Viischer'n titocK, corner ol Doiula
OR SALE-A Singer a wing michiLe.
new. Inquire of ilex Meyer Bro.
IS SALE One el parlor furniture : also
a piano. Inquire of il ix Meyer & Bro.
AHOUfcE AND LOT FOR SALE On
13th st. b twten Howard and Jackson,
suitable for business and family residence,
ccntainirg 11 rooms. Inquire of Mrs. J. N.
Page, 13th and Mason sts. rp?5tf
ONEY TO LOAN Inquire at law office
ol L. t. ilalau, issther's block, Omatii.
WANTED A cheap farm in exchange for
merchandise Addres, Farmer, B.K
office. . ap21tl
EOR SALE OR RE
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
ap21 Oil Mill.
FOR SALE Four ot the best residence lots in
tho city, on st, Mary's av. and 22 1 street.
WANTED To rent a rurnlaiitd nouse of
4 or 5 rooms, either a'.l or parti v furnish
ed ; must be near the cor of 10th and Faruhani
sts. Address, P. SMITH,
apl3tf Bee olnce.
FOR SALE OR RENT A farm of 12) atres
with house and barn, situate! one half mile
west of the Barracks; inquire of
mchlCtl D. P. REDMOND.
ACIFIC HOUSE REOPENED The Pacific
House has been thoroughly repaired, and
will be opeu for tho accommodation of boarders
and the public generally, on the 1st of March
by Wm. Kowitirr. Charges reasouable. 10th
st., bet. Cap. ave. and Davenport st. fe24tf
QTORE FOR RENT On N W cor. lGlh and
S. A. TAYLOR & CO.
FOR RENT A store, 193 Douglas street. In
quire at WkncEB & Bcum's,. apSU
OR RENT The Valley House. Inquire of
nictimi una x. rAuutt. -
4 RARE CHANCE 1 offer my brick resi-
-- dence on Vude St. bet. 1 l:b and 15th sts,,
for sa'e at a bargain. This is good business
pro, crty, and will soon become very valuable.
as only the street separates it from the U. S.
Court and Poototllce. IS. 31. MARSHALL,
I ADIESFURNISHIXO GUOHS,
HAVING to give up my store by thefiist of
June, I will dose out my who e stcck at
and below cost.
Id LVArt FOY'S CORSETS !
Night ilnssex. aprons Infant drcsvslc.
in j 4ml ). II. MHEJt.
216 Douglas st.
TO MARY E. BEACH. NON-RE ilDENT.
dtfendant: Tou will take notice tint
Ueorgc E. Beach, cf the S ate of Nebraska, did
on the 7 it) day of May, A. I. 1574, file his pe
tition in the DIs rict Courlfor Douglas county,
r-elra ka, agalnt you, the object and prayer
of which is in procure a decree cf d vorcv.
Ytu are therefore requires to appear ant a--swer
said petition on or Wore the Z2d day of
June, A. D.lo71. GEORGE E. BE CIL
By F. A.UealeaJ. .". fciiEOrsuiEE,
Eatcd ilay 9th, A. D.1ST4.
may 9, w-3t-e-sat. His Attorneys.
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
aad Dress Maker.
Promenade Sutts, Evening Dre-ses, Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrappers, Coats, tic, 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 tha various capitals
and centres of fashion In Europe, and America,
I taVe pleasure In introducing myself to the
Udiesof Omahi. Satisfaction guaranteed In
every department o! my proSession.
So. 500 13tli Stiver.
K. GETBE. C. J. KABACH. "
uRKtlE & KABBACIf,
15tU St. Lctwecn Farcham and Harney .''
OMAHA, - - XEB. '
-A AS UFACTXBEE C F
Spring and Farm Wagons,"
DtGGIES AR CAPBIAGBS.
Dealers In and manufacturer of f
PAlil.lUliJ.AU Alll,.iiun tiiui iVJ;
HOB8E.HUUUHU. " 'f
WfUpnrinl vaion ana Diacnmuawg
promptly done at reasoaalle prices. 'my4Cm
225 Farahia Street, -
, DZiXES IX
.A.. O. SIMPSON'S
538 & 540 Fourteenth Street,
(Office up stairs.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriages
and Buggies on baud or !, e to onler.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Rf pair
In all it Branches, in
UOBSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITUING
and repairing done on short notice.
City -Meat Market.
Kep constantly on'hand
A LARGE SUPPY OF
Bsz: x P
MRS. K. II. PALMER,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak
Rooms, 252 Douglas St. near 15 h, (Up Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
patterns and will guarantee satisfaction in all
Cutting and Filling a Specialty.
u.vsr 3r S3 aac aa x 3Vi .
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
OF THE FINEST-
Elkhoni Valley lauds !
53.; aev. ciiA-RKf
THESE LANDS AP.E CONVENIENT TO
the market and the
FINEST in tlie STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Casb or on Ions Time.
tS-LAXD EXPLORING 1 l"CK
ETS for sale at O. & X. W. De
pot, bearing coupons which will
he taken at full cost in payment
The foundry iu connection itii tho Van
Dorn msthino s!rr,
fO. 2SO I..11SXEY STUEF.T,
Is now in operation. I am prepared to mike
.11 Li.ls uf csiing.
meli27m WM. rENWICk'
JOIIN E. KKIJLKY,
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
Office Boom 2, Creighton Block, . nwirra
Ccr. 15th and Donglaa Sts. OMAHA.
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PF-OMIT-Vj
ly attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are made. HocHstolet ard rents col
ected. I till estate bousht and eoIJ. apKtf
TnK KIUGr " " IS
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of 'the Best Makers. My prices
are attxff below ! these small dealers,
have 300 in .stock, and WILL NOT
be, undersold ! Make no mistake !
see the "IJAZAB" before buying, or
write fur prices. You nave dollars
by bo doing. See the new
1 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
W0H P4BM1HQ LABD IH HEBBASKAC
TTOCSES AND LOIS in the city of Omaha,
1 for saierheaa and on eood term.
HOGGS Si III I, I.
Eeal estate brokers,office orer Mackej's store,
on Dodge st. opposite new postotnee- ap3Qx2
WILLHEL3C k TAY10B,
17th and Chicago streets,
OMAHA, - - - KEB,
BE now prepared to deliver In large or
man quantities, ineir mini lugar-curea
SE SUCH" brand of hams and brrakfast
bacon, put up exprc&I for family uti". On
tend pure kettlerrndered leal laid, by the
barrel or In cans of 10, 15,23 or 40 Dks.
yOrders promptly fild.Kn
1TGTV Mat Maris st.
KPAUI.BUIG 4z JOUIIDJf.
KUU Bet. FanUB:ind Haraejf
pporit? the Grand Cc&tralJ
255 Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
anil Wagon Making
J? J. BRO WIST & BRO.,
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MOBjG-AN & GALLAGHER.,
SCCCESSOKS TO CREIGHTON AND MOKUAN
No. 205 Farnham Street.
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN & CO.
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
OMAHA, .- - ITBB
mch27yi AHKTS FOR THE DUrOVT TOWDER CO. V
Kurtz JJohr& (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES and XOHOSS.
231 Farnham Street,
OMAHA, - - - IN
X J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
mjs ir Notions, and
Shelf a Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
.A.GiaCTTZiT'U'H Al. JMFIEMEjCTTS,
TIlKESUKItS. HAUVKKTEIIS, KEaIMIS,JIOWKII. DHII.L JjKKUK
COH.Y-PI. VXTKKtt I'LO W-, itt. VI VATOHS, II V .
iMKKs AXI) IVAtSOXS. mchlSy
.o .uo-ugias -cit
GEO. A, HOAGLAND,
OFHCE AND YARD
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS.,U.tP. RR. riRACR.
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
Jim Old .Kenf nsky Whiskies and Imported Uoods a Spcclillj.
239 DOUGLAS 3TB.,)
(CaMwell Ulock.) f
B. fc J.
1 X. ,-. .
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOK:
P. D. COOPER,
JWtANTJ ACXTJS.BR. OT" WAGOITJ
AND WIIOI.EUALE DEALER IN
Cor. X-atla. and ITnrnoy St-
I am nov manulacturing all varieties of candies
and -will fell at
Dealer In this Slate nee J not want fci go Eist fii CAXDlils.
Atrial Is solicited.
SOM2S and rAUM
t. T,..-it.., .... (..,.,. Crt.r f'.tl,. 1
crall at C par cent. lulcrw., ilwhib mu pre
purchase, it hall the laai u.cultiraUtl, ith:u t lm """ ' u-sw.
LARGE DEDUCTIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, .Loup Fork
. t, . w n r, .nlula'iiull 0,011awoiof i?:enliUrain;iniajr:ciIWralIaBa
The Coral nyenila-?blf o'tha hv
ifwoaierl'aUlan Valley. fordrciUrs
tha btlaal In
tt n I
an i mil
C. K. SCIIALLER, Aj?ent
Boots and Shoes.
- Omaka., ITol
Cinlm lst laa'sat low prices 00 10 ye
u iu 11 1 f 20 per cant, on tha .mount ol j
and Elkhorn Vallej
Njbrai'ta. intern -trtl by n-innronj rfra
bit lerelopi pjrt ol the st ite, a al. la t
inior nation ?piy u
B. & M. Land OiEce,
Or Utner-1 Laid IVpartamit, UaeLicr
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