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inin t fifteen tests pervsek, or 5.sinr
jUblylnsdTsaca: $7.00 per annum-
ZJkf&r b to by to
SwSSmoa' inserted tor lass than 60 cents.
Hop, not less aeeatj. .
AoTligil Notice., BUteaenU, Tabular
Wnrk.etcL. requiring careful rerluon by copy.
IrVroof tobTtoSSbtd, must be banded In
SforTteS "dcSkiirto IM ta-ertion the
"p'and Local adTertiiea.U before two
AdTertUeBntabeIore one o'clock r. if-
All adTertlsemeoU for the Wbot BB
must be handed In before Monday noon, lor the
Mme week' issue.
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This Is the only line running Pullman Hotel.
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Hall Express .. MSP--
Dally except Sundays.
.. a r-..tr. Wumns leave the
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ecnmlnutea In adrance of the above Hallroa
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Otteisi and all Eastern dtlef, Nebraika
CiSumoutU, CouncU Blottaand Burling
ton' dueit 1030 : m., doeea at 48 a. m. and
U W.'jLS'u and it, Joseph, due at 100 a. m.
Mil 7 p. in.; cloaca at If5 p. m. and 430 a. in.
Officer 8"3Sft P&Siur.
ToADTElTlISavS X UK-"
X.V110V of he DAILT BKB U
tbAM doable tbt t aayther Ur
paper pablUkecl'la Sebntaka.
Peycke'a Eestaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth an d Thirteenth. feL24tf
According to the Herald, the
Herald's best compositor had his
only shirt stolen by an Indian yes
terday. Ho must be a shiftless
cush even if he is a good type sticker.
The houcs at which the Omaha
Library is open to the public have
been changed as follows : 4 to 9 p.
jr. on week days, and 2 to 6 p. ir.
. A. M. Henry has resigned from
the' corresponding secretaryship of
the Omaha Library Association,
and Mr. Charles Brown has been
appointed to fill the vacancy.
Jennie Conners, Lou Scott, and
Maud Lewis, representatives of the
lower tendom of the demi monde,
were brought before the Police
Court yesterday, and find $5.00
and costs each. Forty-eight hours
were allowed them within which to
Judge Wilbur yesterday morning
gave Minnie Goodrich, alias the
"Chicago Sufferer," 48 hours to leave
the town. She was arrested with
one Kate Tuck, for disorderly con
duct at their ranch on Twelfth
street. Tuck was discharged as she
claimed to bo trying to lead a decent
On Tuesdaj' evening constable
j, P. Kelley was about to onter the
Granu Central Theatre, for the pur
pose, as he claimed, of serving a
writ upon some person, when he
was stopped by WiC!- Flynn,
the door-keeper, who refused tD
him "dcad-heau" It. JCeliey yes
terday had Flynn arrested for re
sisting an officer. Judgo Peobody
took Flynn's personal recognizance
in the sum of $100 for his appear
ance at the next term of the District
" Marriage of Mr- M. Waurb, of
Omaha, to Miss Kate Talbot,
This afternoon at two o'clock,Mr.
Maryweathcr Waugh, of Omaha,
was united in matrimony to Miss
Kate Talbot, of Perclval, at the res
idence of the bride's father by
Rev. Wcstover, of this city. It was
a very quiet,pleasnnt affair, only rty
latlons and invited friends being
present. The bride and bridegroom
are both well and favorably known
in this city, and many friends will
wish them many happy returns and
long life and prosfwrlty. The JVcm
acknowledges a handsome compli
ment in the way of refreshments.
JCebraslxt CUy JPrcss, 13lh.
Change of time on the B. & M.
Railroad in Nebraska. Kearney
Junction express leaves U. P. depot
at 10:50 a. m.; arrives from the
"West at 3:10 p. m.
Freight leaves B. & M. Nebraska
freight depot at foot of Jones street,
for Plattsmouth, at 5 p. m. ; arrives
from Plattsmouth at 9 a. m.
may9 1 week
Special oonclave of Jit. Calvary
Commandery, No. 1, K. T., for in
stallation of omcers elect, this
Thursday evening, at 7:30 p. m.
W. R. Bowex,
M "' w-? I
E. I Sloan, editor of the Salt
Ibe.ITeraW, went west yesterday.
Judge J. F. Kinney, of Nebraska
City is at the Grand Central.
J. E. Booge, of Sioux City, isat
the Grand Central.
E. 3. Lane, sutler at Fort Saund
ers, is atthe Grand Central.
Mr. D. P. Bradford, "of Dakota,
father of Mrs. John Swobe, is in the
city on a short visit.
"William H. Denuison and Joseph
Kountree, New Yorkers, are booked
at the Grand Central.
Ira Couch, one of Chicago's prom
inent and wealthy citizens, is at the
Grand Central, accompanied by his
The following are the arrivals at
the "Wvominc Hotel :
John Burgess, Davenport; A H
Egbert, Lincoln; H C Cooper, Chi
cago; Nels Nelson, AVis; E Mat
thews, St. Paul; A Buhr, HI; J
Chapman, New York; C Harkman,
Philadelphia; R Fryer, Cadiz, Ohio;
Fred Childs, Denison, Iowa; P Me
Cormack and family, do; "W M
Lennan, Nebraska City; B F Wal
ters, Philadelphia; J E Dwight,
o:,. niv R H Stewart, do: R H
Miller and family, LeEoy, N Y; O
C Doene, Chicago; Geo ItackliiTe,
Boston; J B Elliott, Nebraska City;
C W Parshell, Kansas City, J N
Gentry, Hannibal Mo; Mrs A H
Connell, do; D H Thomas and fam
The closing meeting of the Sara
toga Literary and Debating So
ciety took place "Wednesday evening
the attendance being quite large.
The literary exercises were opened
by a declamation by Master "Willie
Redick. Songs, both comic and
sentimental, by Mr. Green, Mr. Ed.
Smith and Mr. "Wright, followed.
Mr, Wrigbt also read a comical
President Pine made a farewell
speech, which was listened to with
Resolutions were then passed by
the society thanking him and the
other officers for their services.
The lecture by Col. Smythe, en
titled ""What about our inen," was
a very creditable effort on the part
of this gentleman, who won the ad
miration and frequent applause of
the audience by his practical
thoughts, expressed in beautiful and
eloquent language. The lecturer
maintained that man has degenera
ted within ibe last century. He
compared the men of to-,la' witu
the men of twenty or thirty years
ago, and pointed out a now course
to be pursued in the elevation of
man f) a higher intellectual and
This clCd the evening1 pxer
cises. The committee on the pfoposed
entertainment reported that they
were still engaged in devising a
John Wirth's Kew Restaurant.
Mr. John "Wirtli will open his
magnificent restaurant and refresh
ment rooms in Caldwell block, on
Saturday, the ICth inst.
The first lloor, 100 feet by 22, is
divided into three departments.
The first at the entrance is elegant
ly fitted up with shelve, counters
and show cases for confectionery,
The office will also be in this
room, as well as one of the most per
fect soda fountains that money will
procure. Next comes the dining
room, completely furnished with
nice tables, comfortable chairs, and
costly China and silver ware. In
the rear of the dining room, is the
lunch and refreshment room, fitted
up with separate counters for eatables
The kitchen and store rooms are
in the basement connected with the
main floor by means of an eleva
tor. The walls of the office, dining
and refreshment rooms are hand
somely embellished with beautiful
pictures and large plate glass mir
rors. The work of fitting up this rc
chcrcfic establishment was" executed
by Henry Voss, architect and
builder. Mr. Riley did the painting
and decorating. mayl4 3t
This excellent trans-continental
travelers' guide appears in an en
larged form, and in beautiful bind
ing. & uas l)een carciully revised
and rewritten-nnt' contains an accu
rate and interesting dcrJptiun and
history of all the towns alo:.5 the
line of the Union Paciiio and Cen
tral Pacific railways, covering an
extent of country two thousand
miles in length. The work is filled
with fine illustrations of the scenery
that is to be seen andadmired in the
Great "West The statistical tables
of distances, time, etc., are accu
rately compiled for the traveler, as
are also the connections of the dif
ferent railways and stage lines.
The volume abounds also in excel
lent maps. In fact, every thing that
a tourist may wish to learn can be
be found in this valuable work.
Omaha, of course, as the initial
point receives an extended and
merited description, and is- also
spread out in a map, while several
of her public buildings, as well as
the bridge, appear in faithfully ex
Mr. Crofutt has indeed done a
great work for the west In his
"Tourist," and in his paper, "TIic
Western World," and he is meet
ing with a merited reward In the
shape of a rapidly increasing for
tune. The Bee is indebted for a copy of
the. "Tourist" to Mr. G. C. Hobby,
the news agent of the Union Pacific
C2jia$ VllPtiidlititr. Cln.fAe c?irl ie
white shirts, cheviot and other qual-,
itles; also underwear. "We will sell
at astonishing low figures.
M. Hellman & Co.
may 8-eodt-Jmie 1.
Two Jealousovert Meet and
Fight It Out!'
A Free Fight between theFrlendi
of Each Follows, amda
Young Mankas hii
A young lady living near the
Government corral in this city, has
for some time past been the centre
of attraction for two young men
named James Tuttle and T. Gar
vey. Both were assiduous in their
attentions, and each imagined that
he had the inside track, but never
theless there arose between the two
a deep hatred and a heart-gnawing
jealousy. At last they determined
to meet one evening last week and
fi,f ftw iYii nrize. Garvev met
Tuttle, who was accompanied by a
crowd of his friends. This led Gar
vev to make another appointment
for Monday night, as Jie did not
propose to fight his rival, backed as
he was b' so many of his comrades.
On Monday night Garvey failed to
come to time.
"Wednesday night, affairs were
brought to a climax. The lovers, by
agreement, met each other on Capi
tol Hill, back of the High School,
each being accompanied by his
friends. A ring was formed, and
the principals stepped in and went
at it a la Allen and Hogan. Sev
eral rounds were fought, there being
no intermission between rounds,
however. Blows were given and
rocelved risrht lively, until atlast
the fight assumed a rough-and-tumble
character, when Garvey kicked
Tuttle way below the belt, knock
ing the wind out of him, and win
ning the fight.
Tuttle was somewhat injured by
the kick, and will probably have to
walk a little lame for a few days.
But the worst feature of this
affair was the free fight that fol
lowed almost immediately between
some of the friends of Tuttle and
Garvey. It lasted for some time,
and was red-hot, several eyes being
quickly draped in mourning. It did
not end until a young man named E.
Hansen, an employe of Sweezy &
Cutliberlsonfs livery stable, and
who was an innocent party to the
aflair, had'his jaw fractured in two
places, on thp right side, by being
struck with a brick, thrown, it is
said by James Grace.
Hansen was immediately assisted
to the office of Dr. Coffnian, to have
his injurjes attended to. Dr. Coff
nian, "assisted by Jr. Charles, the
dentist, bound up the fractures by a
bandage, and a ligature around the
teeth. The injuries sustained by
Hansen are quite serious, and it will
be sometime before, he fully recov
ers from this brick-bat bombard
ment. This unexpected result should be
a lesson to these foolish young men,
who have not been freed from the
parental apron strings any too long.
They may be somewhat chagrined to
learn that the girl.about whom they
fought, doesn't care a continental
snap of her finger for either one of
The subscribers to the fund for
the improvement of the Fair
Grounds for the State Fair are re
quested to meet at tho Police Court
room, Caldwell Block, on Friday
evening, May 15th, at 8 p. m., to
appoint a committee to collect and
tlisburse the money pledged for that
Chairman Board of Managers State
Board of Agriculture.
J. T. Allan, Secretary.
Men and boys' cassimeres, just re
ceived at Brackin's. mayl3-3t.
Pensions and Bounties pro
cured by W. M. Francis, Law
Office, Creighton Block.
Verbenas $1.00 per dozen at Dono
hue's Flower Stand, opposite post
Ice Cream at Latey's, Fami
lies supplied cheap. Leavp your
o-ders. H. L. Latey.
will be received at the Real Estate
office of Bartlett & Smith, until 6
o'clock p. m., Saturday, May ICth,
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
the prjvjlege of allowing them tore
main. Where ;tloy pow ari until
April 1st, 1875.
SJ of lot 5, block 234.
LotJ, block 233.
. NJ of lot 8, blook 233,
Lots 1 and 4, block 232,
Also lot 6 in block 206, with
a comfortable dwelling house nicely
shaded and inclosed, with cistern,
well, and barn upon the premises.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
mayll-6t "W. R. Bartlett.
or Sale CnEAP. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Burkley.
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 and Douglas. apr 28-tf.
Dr. M. T. Anderson has removed
his office to Room, No. 8, Creighton
Block. aprlS lm
' COMBINATION ON ICE
FLETCHER & HUBBARD
Are now ready to furnish ICE
LAST YEAR'S RATES,
Leave yoJ order at their offico
on Ninth street, between axnbMB
FLETC.HER & Hubbard.
May 8, t
MARRY 0RHQT TO HARRY.
TV,'. li OriPRtion With Gustavo
' "" ."
The mind of Gustave Berquist Is'
,!.. a rritntpfl Oil the OUCStton; "tO
,-v- nr not to marrv." It seems
that about five months ago, after
having won the affections of a
twenty-one year old maiden, he
took advantage of her faith in his
honor, and led her astray, as it is
claimed, by the old, old confidence
game. The victim of misplaced
confidence appeared before Justice
Henny a few days ago, and made
mulaiut against her faithless
lover, charging him with seduction
and bastardy. The warrant was
placed In the hands of officer Stein,
who went to BsKlge county, whither
Berquist had removed, and, arrest
ing him, yesterday brought him
before Justice Henny, by whom he
The prisoner was veryobstiuate,
and refused to either settle for his
Indiscretion, or to marry the girl.
In default of $2,000 bail for his ap-
pearause at uie next jterui ui mc
District Court, he was sent to jail to
reflect upon the matter of choosing
between two evils matrimony or
the penitentiary. His friends ad
vise him to choose the lesser evil,
namely, the penitentiary, 'but his
sense of honor will very likely In
duce him to marry the girl. ;
UNITED STATES COURTS.
The following business was trans
acted yesterday in the United States
J Rogers vs "Western Union Tele
graph Co ; motion to strike out part
of the reply was denied.
D Sullivan vs Union Pacific Rail
road Co. Demurrer to petition
taken under advisement.
Leiter vs Brown. Defendant to
answer in thirty days, and case con
tinued. McBird vs County Commissioners
of Lincoln county. Demurrer to
petition . overruled in the leave to
answer in two weeks.
G WReedvsJClizbe. Judgment
G T Oliver vs City of Omaha and
Douglas county. Injunction con
tinued in force and the case con
tlned. " " DISTRICT COURT.
The following uusmoss wjus trans
acted in the District Court:
United States vs John Horring.
Indictments for selling tobacco, etc.,
without paying tax. Nolle prosequi
United States vs L D Winder.
Indictment for selling liquor, etc.,
without" paying tfix. Defendant
arraiirned and pleaded not guilty.
Judge Dillon left yesterday after
noon for Des Moinc, Iowa, where
he will hold court with Mr. Justice
Miller. Judge Dudley will close up
the matters remaining in the Circuit
Court here,' , . ,n
Both courts adjourned to 10
o'clock this morning.
Copies of city charter for sale at
the Bee office tf
The undersigned hereby informs
the public that he has removed his
shop from Fifteenth street, where
he has been doing business for the
last five years, to Harney street,
between 13th and 14th, next to the
Checkered Barn; where he Is pre
pared to do all kinds of locksmith
tng and machine work, and in giv
ing satisfaction to his customers',
hopes to secure a liberal patronage
and the confidence of the public.
Locksmith and Machinist.
Omaha, Neb., May 8, 1874.
Notice is hereby given that this
office will not be responsible for nor
undertake the payment of any bills
contracted by any of its employees,
unless such bills are made on the
authority of a written order from
For your best white shirts go to
Frank J. Ramge's. mayGtf
Having sold out our entire stock
of groceries, etc., to John S. John
son & Co., established and experi
enced grocers, formerly at 262
Douglas street, we take pleasure in
recommending them to our custom
ers, and feel safe in assuring them
that they will meet with the same
attention and care for their wants
from the new firm as from tho old.
DOOLITTLE & MCPHERSON,
200 Dodge street.
John S. Johnson & Co., late at
262 Douglas street,announce to their
frjenJs and customers their removal
to a more convenient store, having
purchased tho business of Voolittlc
fc McFficrson, 260 Dodge street
From tliis date thej' will be found
at their new stand, where they hope
to see, and will endeavor to plea&e
their own customers, thoso of D, &
McP,, and all friends who may fa
vor them with their patronage.
Jno. S. Johnson & Co.,
Grocers, 260 Dodge Street.
may 13 & 15,
Remember! The place to get full
value for your money in all kinds of
dry goods, etc., Is at Brack-Ms,
Creighton1 s Block.
may 13 & 15.
Buy 3 pounds of tomatoes at
Allen's, only 25 cents per oan;
you pay 80 cents at other stores.
May 11, eod3t
Buy the Prime Rio Coffee, at 30c
per Jl of Allen. myl l-eod3
n all varieties,
Important! "We have a very
extensive 6tock in Summer Cloth
ing, whih we will close out at
greatly reduced figures,
Mr Hellman & Co,
221 anuf?3 rrnb-9B, st, cor, 13th,
They Were Bought at Half Cost
"Will ba Sold in Proportion.
More Prices To-Baj.
"W. B. Lorlng& Co. would call
attention to their sale of manu
facturers' samples. These are the
samples from about twenty factories
and comprise seasonable goods for
men, women, misses and children.
Below we give you some of the
prices. The goods are arranged so
as to bo easily inspected, and all
marked In plain figures :
150 pair men's summer boots, $2.25.
53 " " fine calf boots, $4.00.
50 " " Oxfords, $1.75.
A large lot of men's summer
A laree lot of men's summer
Lot of men's goat and calf shoes,
(Ordinary price, $7.00 a pair.)
200 pair children's heeled, silver
tipped shoes, 75c.
175 pair heeled, sewed, fancy
300 pair children's kid,serge foxed,
100 nair children's Philadelphia
Igbat, heeled, $1.25.
,150 pair children's Philadelphia
goat, heeled bottom, $1.50.
240 pair children's fine kid mag-
CO pair ladies' serge polish; (sty
70 pains luuiea wjrgu, uuiiuu vvar
25 pairs ladies' high cut, grain,
100 pairs ladies' pebble goat,
175 pairs) ladles' pebble, grain,
. 'l.l--.-1 . 1 11.. -!.-
300 pair ladies' fine kid, serge top,
30 pairs ladies 'French kid, satin
top, button, $1.25. V
This is a lot from last season.
A big bargain.
80 pair ladles' fine glove calf,
70 pair misses' pebble grain, Pol
ish, sizes 12 to 2, at $1.25.
60 pair misses' goat, grain, and
kid polish, $1.50.
140 pairs misses' serge, polish,
Lot of ladies' slippers, 50 cts.
Lot of ladies' slippers, different
styles, 75 cts.
Lot of ladies' slippers, different
styles, $1 and $1.25.
About 60 pair ladies' fine French
kid, croquet slippers, at $1.501.75
2.00, (ordinary price, $2.503.00.)
Make your purchases while the
assortment Is complete.
W. B. LQRLNG & CQ:,
Corner of Farnham and Fourteenth
streets, opposjto Grand Central
Brest and Cloak Making.
Mrs. A. Hansen, the well-known
dress and cloak maker, has taken
the rooms over tip New York Dry
Goods Store, 228 Farnham street,
and is prepared to cut, fit, and make
ladies' cloaks and dresses, in the
latest styles, and at the most rea
Sale of Uie Grand Central Thcar
ire postponed till further notice.
Gray & Allen,
may 144 1. Auctioneers.
GENUINE PERIQUE TOBAC
CO AT MAX MEYER & CO.'S,
172 & 174 FARNHAM, COR. 11th.
Go to F. Kurapf for Boots and
and Shoes; 252 Douglas street, be
tween 14th and 13th.
The best bargains In boots and
shoes to be had at F. KtimpFs, 252
Douglas street, between 14th & 15th.
First-class tickets to Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Gordonsville, Virginia,
for sale at Ph. Qottheimer's, Ticket
Broker, 206 Farnham street.
JAS. M. MITTIE,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
13 and ItvS farnhara Street.
OF THE FINEST
Elklioru Valley Lands J
THFSE LANDS ABE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the
FINEST in tho STATE J
And will be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cash or on long Time.
jLAND EXPLORING 1 1CK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. Do.
pot, bearing coupons which will
be taken at full cost in payment
mO MARY E. BEACH, NONrBB3IDENf.
X defendant: Yon will take notice that
George E. Beach, of the State of Kebraka,did
on the 7th day ot May, A. D. 1874, file his per
tition in the iris rict Court for Douglas county,
heb-aska, against yon, the object and prayer
of which u to procure a decree of dlTorce.
ion are tnereiore rtqnire-i to appear and an .
said petition on or cWore the 2Sd day t
i, A. D. 1371. OBOEOE E. BEACH.
By I . A. J3KAJ.X J. a. BHXOFSHIU,
Dated May 9tb, A. DT18T4. " "'
jna i, w-St-e-Mt, His Aitonieyi.
By F. A. BciZ J. S. StUOMHlxx:
KOTICE. Advertisements ol To let, For
Sale, Lort, Want, Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be inserted in these columt iace for TEN
CENTS pr line; each &ubse,-flt insertion,
FIVE CEFiS per line. The first insertion
never less thin TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
mO THE PUBLIC Tha .undersigned has
1 purchased and. put upon the streets las
public Conveyances, some of the finest carriages
e ermanufactured in this country. They wUl.be
run toandirotu the depots, hotels and private
residences. -Ml ordo t left at. the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near se cor ol Eleventh
st and Capita! Avenue, will be promptly at-
tenilea to. A snare 01 tue public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
CT ANTED At Allendorf a 207 Douglas St.,
VY A good, houest man, one acquainted In
the city. . uiylltf
Flit SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPfclCTY One section choice land, on
the big bcud of the Republican Rivera NuckoU
County. Inquire-ot -A- MINSKI,
inyl4-ml Cor Howard and 15th st..
TO KENT V nicely furnished r om to rent,
at 272 Howard st bet 15th and 16:h sts,
suitable for one or two gentlemen. my 12-1 w
SIK first-cl:s seamstrwei can and steady
einploynK-ni at the Nebraska shirt factory.
159 Farnhaiu street.
rwiRSALE-Ata bargain, a housi and lot.
V desirable property, on 20th
Sherman sts. Apply on premises.
TAKEN UP One largo and one small bay
mare. The owner can have the same by
proungprcpen, . vjgiVBY:
Osiaiui, May 11th, 1S7L m?11""
OEVEIHL rentlemen can l accommodated
O with first-c'ass board at 210 Douglas s reet,
next to tha Lutheran Chnrcb. uiayS-W
WANTED servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, eto , iinnudUlely, at
the employmentotllce.room 9 Msschar 'abloct.
rmn nr-VTnwMHns houe with 7 rooms.
jj cellar, well, cistern ami t ees. No. 439. 12th
tt, or n w cor Harney and 16th sts.
inquire oi alt. i. juj"i -" --
FRONT PARLOR FOR RENT, also a fine
saddle pony for sale. Apply 277 War n
port st, bet I5th and lGth sts. my7.I
0 RtNT A store with 2 rooms in the rear
.n i .ir mnmi in) jtairs. situated on the
corner of Dodge and lJthsts. This is a num
ber one sia-id lor a grocery svu.e, u ...
rented low for that purpose. Apply to J. f.
Kelley, No. 509 Tenth at. between Douglas
and Faruh-m, east side. n'
oiip T vill s,.ll uood second hand
nnliiw and buc.ies low for cish or tn.de,
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
m.vGtf G. W. Uomax.
TW. TOVVSLEY with onward motion. To
suit each man or woman's notion ; 11 is
- . . i .1 .1 WhAlfvA.hnrAnr
rcsoiveu to pause iuciwiu ., v ...w-.- -.
below tha steeple, wit
,n cuo ce icji-'wu
"OEALesta'efor sale in
rmstrong A Nel-
Xli son's additions,
Addres, S. J. C, BeK
Call at law office of D. L.
Thomas, room 8, VisscLer block. myStf
T UTIES desiring a situation, or in need of
XT' labonrs, servants and haing tenements
fr rent, or property for sale, will please call at
this employment and real estate olflce, room 9,
Visacher's block, corner of Douglas and nth at.
Ontaiia,Neb. L.29tfl I.N.FfcHER.
FOK SALE A Singer a wing machice,
new. Inquire of ilax Meyer & Bro.
FOB SALE One set parlor furniture ; also
a piano. Inquire of ifax Meyer A Bro.
A HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE On
13th st. b.tween Howard and Jacason.
Suitab'c for business and family residence,
csntainirg 11 rooms. Inquire of Mrs. J.N.
Page, 13th and Mason sts. rp?5tf
MONEY 10, LOAtf luqulre"at Taw""office
ol L. E.Ma0inii, VUsihtr's block, Omaha.
ANTED A cheap farm In exchange lor
FOUSLEOKRU l.'J-ro.:U tLiugo
HARRIS, TAFT i WOODSI AN,
0p21 Oil Mill.
FOIl SALE Four o! tho tet residence lots In
the city, on St. Mary's a. an 1 22 1 streeL
Inquire ot A. IKEHME,
TTr ANTED To rent a rurntshed nouse of
VY 4 or 5 rooms, cither all or partlr furnish
ed ; must be near the cor of luth and Farnham
ats. Addrtss, p. SMITH,
apl3ll Bee olnce.
FOR SALE OR RENT A farm of 12J acres
with house and barn, situate! one half mile
west of the Barracks; inquire cl
mchlBU' " D. P. REDMOND.
CtTOBE FOB RENT On N W ror.
S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
FOR RENT A store, 193 Douglas street. In
quire at Wecder & Hehsi's. ap2tf
A RARE CHANCE 1 offer my brl resl-
3L dence on Dodsest. b--t. lltb and 13th sts,,
for sale at a largain. This is good business
proi erty. and will soon become very valuable,
as only the street separates it from the U. S.
Court apr Postomco. It. M. MAUStf ALL.
m.v( St' " ;
I ADIESFDUXISHIXG GflOllS.
HAVING to give up my store by the Cist of
June, I will close out my whole stotk at
and below cost,
MaDAoilFOY'S QORSETS !
Nig lit drcsstr, apron, Infant drcssrs Sc.
216 Douglas st.
U, P. R,R, MEAT MARKET,
J6th street bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
supply of FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine feugar
Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at the low
est rates. WM. AUST A KNUTH,
niy'WJ" " Proprietors.
3fllS. U. II. PALXEB,
Fashionable Dressand Cloak
Rooms, 2G2 Douglas St. near 15th, (Up Stain.
I cut trom actual measurement not from
patterns and will gatrantee satisfaction In all
Gutting anil Fitting a Specially.
CHAS. R. BUNDBLAD,
JCAJtUFACICEER AND UEALEE IS
484 13th St. let, Famtara'atd Harcey.
I4th and 15 tb.
Carriage au Wagon Making
In all it Branches, In the latest and moat
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHIN'.
and repairing done on short notice.
OXAHA, r - EBRA8IA
The larzest and best hotel between Chicago
xnd San Francisco. .
Opened new September 30th, 1873.
s30 tl GEO. THKALL. Proprietor.
Fetween fth and 10th.
CHARLES FZLDERXAV, Prop,
Ladies' Fashionable Cloak
g.id Dress Maker.
Promenade SuTts.ETenfngDre-ses, Wedding
Suits, Morning Wrappers, Gjits, c, cut tq or;
der In the latest Parisian styles. Haying car
ried on fashionable cutflngand fitting lor la
dies in all its branches in the rarloua c.pIUlij
and centres of fashion in Europe and Amasjca,
I Uk. pleasure In introducing myself t the
ladles of Omaha. Satisfaction ,guaraato.'iB
eTery department of my pro Session.
Academy of Music!
TWO NIGHTS AND SATURDAY
Friday & Saturday
MAY loth and lbth.
SELECT AND REFINE PROGRAMME.
Int oduclhg the following artists:
will ir. morton, and
D. l. morris, in Dutch Specialties.
The great song and dance artists
Messrs. Canfield & booker.
-j:uperlor Vodal Corps and Brilliant Or
chestra. Usual Price List.
Reserved seats on sale at Yyman A Eber
hart's Variety Bazir.
m-12-tt. D. B. HODGES, General Ag't.
II. OEKBE. C. J. K A REACH.
BE & KARBACH,
13th st. between Farnham and Harney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES AND CAUItlAGKS.
Dealers In and manufacturers ot
PARTICULR ATTENTION PAID TO
9Repeartag rf wagons and b!ackmUUinc
promptly done at reasonable prices. mydiw6m
a.. 3. SXMFSOIV'S
638540 Fourteenth Street,
(Offlee up stairs.) Omaha, Nebraska. Carriage
and Buggies on hand or made to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
la SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Best Makers. My prices
are awari below ! these small dealers,
have 300 in stook, and YUa IVOT
bo undersold I Make no' mistake I
seo the "BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You save dollars
by so doing. See the new
1 BOsTON CANOPY TOPI'1
Which makes 5 styles of a buggj-.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
n "specially'' of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
L VAN CAMP, KD.
Dispenses his own medclnea. and besides
regular practice, makes specialities of Dcrange
menta and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la, Piles and other Diseases of the Rectum.
Orncx and Residence, Corner Furnhani and
14th Streets, ftrst door to the right, up stairs
Omaha, Msb. Address Lock Box '04.
BI0H PABMIKQ LAND IN NEBRASKA!!
500 Hftuscom Place Lots!
HOUata AND LOTS In the citj of O.uaba,
for balechean and on cood Urnu.
BOGUS ti. 1111.1.
Real estate brokers,ofSce over Mackey's store,
on Dodge st. opposite Lew pastoulce- ap30u2
XTew Meat Marlsot
SPA VLB IX U & JTOUHUAN.
14th St. Bet. Farnham and Harnej-,
' rflchm Opposite tho Grand Central
; L. WOODWORTil,
238 Douglas Etrset, Omaha, Nebruk
Baggini, Patient Wheels, Road wagons, Tro'.-
fing Sulkies, hkeciom, L.tuJetiaEer-s,
Celebrated Wa o s, James It.
Hill's rlb atl u-
Robes, Blankets, Wagon Material of all Dccrip
tlons, Sj-te-, Hqh, Felq-s, and 11 kindsof
HAUD V0UI LU.WBER
Thimble Sieins, Axles and Springs.
JOBS E. KKLLKY.
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
OSce Boom'j;CreU?ri'xn Block,"). . nWATTA
Ccr. 15th an! L'ongUs Bts. f &
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AND PROMPT
Kj ly attended to. No charge unless collec
tions are made. Hucs to let and rents col
ected. K al etate bought and sold. apl7tf
UR FC o ir
f Ut ,iih--w ot Hm:
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet 13th &UtH Sts., OMAHA.
WOldest liractlcliig DeutkU lu the city
CASRIAGB, BUG6T add TTAGOX
E. CORKER of 14th and HARNEY STS.
WOULD respectfully announce to the jpub
licthitheis now ready to fill all con
tracts in the abore lines with neatness and
ursU'Express wagons constantly on hand and
Utk St, bstwssn
Manufactuicr of Tin, Onpner andlSbeet Iron
f Ware, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Wars on
hand. Tin Roofing, Gutters and Sjioatlngan.
JoDWork do and warrejoantd. feU-tf
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
-SUCCESSORS TO CREIGHTON AND MORQAH
IVo. 205 Earnliam Street.
WHITNEY, B AUSERKAN & CO.
ITo. 247 Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - 2STJBB
""r1 AffKXTS FOR TUB DUPOXT POWDER CO.
Kurtz ohr& (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnliam Street;
J. J. BROW BRO.,
HOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Shelfi Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
TIIRUSIIKRS. IIAKVFKTKIIN, ItKM'UtS. MtltVKHS. DKlLLs. NKKDK
COH.V-PLVSTEItN PLOWS CUI.TIVATOKS, IIAl-
lUKEs AXn WAOi.NS. mcaljy
246 Douglas St., Omaha, XTebraska.
GEO. A, HOAGLAND,
COR. OF BOUSUS AND 6TH STS., U. P. B.TI. TB1CK.
Faints, Oils, Varnishes,
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETO.
WiNE, Lpors, Cigars,
TIsd Old Kenfuckj TThlskles and I wferted laed a Special I j.
239 DOUGLAS 8TC
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth. Street - Omalnu, I7eb
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL BOOKS
A.. E. SIMPSON,
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
32 S1Il?TEE!lNri,S S"!I?.,
I am now maaniacturing all varieties of candies
and will pell at
Dealers In this State u?ci not iraat fa fo Eut U CANDIES.
Xlouelaa St. Oor. 12tH, . omab
SOMES and FAIUCSiainBSEASZA
The Barllniton anJ 3I'iasuri ftirer Rillroa-l Cd.oS.ts best laat low prices on 10 years'
credrsatper cent, Interest, and wi ha b.nm pre:utu.n of 20 percent, on tho amuantof tea
purchase, If naif the laud U.cjltiratel, withiu two years from dst of parchaM.
loARGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, Lo'up Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
rill sa'l aVnt 1 WOW arras
a ell "watered country.
,; t Irom Jl n tj .w tr
TwifV.m,nr,n..li-MllTr'AIi Ivsatlanl InNebr'lta,lntard'tlbr nameroa. rlrer
2d SLnil ?S ?JaIlirf "1 la T , lar.-cst an 1 best dsrelnpil part of ta. SUW, as. slw In th
laJcJSblieSiWr. FordreuUrsMJluUIafof-atlo. apply to
C. B. SCUALLtB, Aent B. k M. Land Office,
Or Geueral Laa4 Peirtawat, Lteaatafc,
- - :n
Boots and Shoes.
of. sptea 111 rradnf and agrlcnltaral land la
& a wnjersaii.
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