Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 19, 1874, Image 4
i ft if THE OMAHA BEE OFFICIAL PAPEtt OF THE CITY. TOADVEK TlnKRS rue CJ.RCC LVIIO or tbeDAILT BEE 1 more than doable that of anyoiher daily paper pBblUbed.in 5fbnulu. T 1 Tk . ii -I . reyese a xurtiaurant, ana wjsier i rooms. The leading house of the I kind. 207, Farnham street, between ! Twelfth and Thirteenth. feh24tf OMAHA BREVITIES. The United States District Court adioumed yesterday, and Judge Dundy left for home, j The "Union Pacific and B. & "M. tax cases will be heard next week by United States Judges Dillon and Miller, at Dcs Moines, Iowa. One of Fletcher & Hubbard's water-carts broke down yesterday afternoon at the intersection of Farn ham and Ninth streets. Dan Shull, the pilot of the ferryboat, has just received an as sistant nilol iii the .shape' of a ten- pound boy. Some thief tried to enter Fis cher's tailor shop, near the corner o'Farnham and Sth streets, Sunday night, by breaking out a pane of glass, but he was scared away before be succeeded in stealing anything. Three glass cases, containing beautiful living flowers, from China, passed through this city on "Wed nesday, en route to "Washington for Miss Nellie Grant. Mrs. Delamatyr, since opening her boarding hou-e, next to the Lutheran Church, on Douglas street, has met with much better success than she at first expected. Her ta ble is pronounced excellent by her many boanh'rs. The Nebraska State Homeo pathic Medical Association will meet in ibis city at the office rooms of Dr. Lewis in Crcighton's block, this, (Tuesday) evening, at 7:30Velock, and will continue its .serious "Wednesday. Mr. Baldwin, the house-mover, has just completed a very successful and extensive job in the removal of the Depot Hotel from its old i,i;m, n ilm southeast corner of "Ninth and Leavenworth btreots. It is the largest building that has ever been moved in this city. The office of Col. Smith, clerk of tiie United Stales Courts, and that of United States Marshal Dally, are undergoing a thorough overhaul ing. After tho renovation is com pleted they'll look as neat and at tractive as a new silver dollar. The street railway extension northward is now a fixed fact. The required subsidy, $4,000, has been subscribed, and will be paid up by the 20th of May, and turned over to Captain Marsh on the 1st of June. Ho agrees to complete the extension within ninety days. The open air concerts by the military band, which proved so at tractive to our citizens last summer, will be resumed on Capitol Hill in a few days. An order will soon be issued to that effect by Gen.Ord, commanding this department The first concert maytako place next Saturday evening. George Cooper, colored, after having enjoyed two days' of free dom, has again been jugged, this time by Policeman Larson, on the charge of stealing a coat belonging to a colored man, named Andrew Hendricks. He will be examined be fore Judge Peabody. The coming complimentary concert to Mrs. Catey is eminently proper, and will afford an oppor tunity to tho many friends of this talented lady and vocalist to show their appreciation of her eflbrts in almos every musical enterprise, to which' she 'has ever, when called upon, lent the enchantment of her charming voice. The case of Mr. Atkins, the machinistwho had one of his hands accidentally cut ofl" at the Union Pacific shops on Saturday afternoon, is one that will excite the sympathy of all. Mr. Atkins had the misfortune to lose one of his legs several years ago, and on this account he is de serving of all the aid that may be rendered him either by the citizens or the company. You can buy a better suit for less money than any other place in the city, at Welf & Jones, 509. 13th St. between Farnham St, and Douglas. may 18 It A few kits left ot those EXTRA MESS MACKEREL at Allen's. maylS 2t The New York Cutter, Richard Carr, is on hand and in full bloom. May 16 2t J. II. Stkix. NEW POTATOES at Peycks's Restaurant m lG-2t. Verbenas $1.00perdozen at Dono hue's Flower Stand, opposite post office. ' may!3t6 Ice Ckkam at Latey's. Fami lies supplied cheap. Leave your orders. H. L. Latev. aprillStf Cheap. Desirable or Sae residence property, on 14th street Enquire of V. BtJRKXEY. apr ll-tf Buy tho California lcn's- Flour at Al mayOS 2t Fine white suits in all the latest etyle trimmings at inlS-lt "Welf & Joxes'. Dyeing and cleaning of all kinds of goods, and unequaled in bright ness and finish, .at the Steam Dye works, 10th street, between jarn ham and Douglas. apr 28-tf. Asparagus at Peycke's Restau rant May 10 2t Jewelry, Watches and Clocks a' Jarge assortment now invite attention, corner Douglas and 15th streets. Butterfied & Whipple. juay-i. eodtt Personal. Mrs. P. L. Perine went west yes terday. Daniel Bogle left for Chicago yes terday. Mrs. G. "W. Ambrose and daugh ter returned fror the "East on Sat urday. Judge Maxwell, of Fremont, is at the Metropolitan. Samuel Lewis, traveling agent of the L B. & W. railroad, is at the Grand Central. Charley Byrne, an ox-Omahaite, came up from Plattsmouth yester day to attend divine services here. Dr. Miller left for St Louis yes terday afternoon, and will return on Thursday. M. B. Hoxie, of Schuyler, Dis trict Attornej' of Colfax County, is at the Metropolitan. Arthur Cooley arrived from the cast Sunday, and left for the west yesterday. J. M. Hedrick, of Ottumwa, Iowa, Supervisor of Internal Revenue for this district, is at the Grand Central. General Superintendent Clark, of tho Union Pacific, was atEvanston yeateiday. J. W. Gannett, auditor of the Union Pacific, and Judge Wakely, went "West yesterday, bound for Colorado. President Dillon, of the Union Pacific, and party, will arrive here to-day from Chicago in a special car over tho Chicago and North western railway. Joseph Nelson, the original owner of Nelson's addition to Omaha, is at the Grand Central. He is now a resident of Indiana, where he has resided since he left Omaha, some six years ago. Mr, L, Morrell, of Boston, a brother of Mr. Morrell, of the Oma ha firm, of Morrell & Bamsoy, soap manufacturers, is at the Grand Cen tral, accompanied by his wife and sister-in-law, Miss A. Campbell. Mr. William Numsen, the founder of the canned fruit goods trado in this country, will arrive here to day from Baltimore. He is an octogenarian, and is on hjs way to California on a pleasure tour. "W. C. Langdon, night train dis patcher of the Union Pacific in this city, has returned from the East He went away singio, and he came back with a bride. He was mar- ried on the 13th inst, to Miss Ber tha C. Barclay, at the residence of tho bride's uncle, at Poorja, lls.- Dr. Chas. Aughlnbaughjrcpresent ing the" canned fruit house of Wm, Numsen & Sons, Chicago, is at the Metropolitan. The " Doctor's" friends in this city are numerous, and he has a large practice, princi pally among wholesale grocers. The follawing are tho arrivals at tho Wyoming Hotel j W C Lean, and wife, Chicago; It Francis, San Francisco; Mrs. Mary Stevens, and family, do; Mrs. Hathawaj' aud Bon, do; Mrs, M J Griffin and family, do; Mi&s Jennie Graham, do; II It McKinley and wife, do; Wm Grinnell, do; Wm McCaig, Lincoln; R Letzold, do; G G Evans, Wapah Valley; John Garnas, St Lake; John Martin, do; Sam McCurdy, San Francisco; Tom Collins, Chicago; T Hutting, Man chester; J Castello, Chicago; J R Burgess, Davenport; C Watson, do; N J Miller, Des Moines; L ItEly, Kansas City; W J Palley, Oregon; S R Whitmore, do; W J Harding, Quincy; Wm H Bauman, do; A La peirce, Crawsville; J F Flnck, White Pine, Nevada. Sad Sews. Geo. H. Plummer, agent of the Union Pacific at McPherson re ceived a dispatch Sunday rom Massachusetts, announcing the lamentable fact that his sister, her two daughters, and her husband, were among those who were drowned by the bursting of the reservoirs near Wiiliamsburg,an ac count of which appeared in our tel egraphic columns two or three days ago. A little boy was the only one who was saved out of this family. The reservoirs supplied several manufacturing villages with water, and were from thirty to forty feet deep. The loss of life and property by this flood is very large. Hotice to Delinquent rax Payers. To those persons who are delin quent in the payment of their city taxes, due the City of Omaha, I would call their attention tosections 31, 32,33 and 34, of the City Charter, and fcereby give notice that on and after Wednesday, May 20th, 1874, 1 shall proceed, as directed in said charter, to make all delinquent city taxes by levy and sale of personal r property of the persons or corpora tions owning the same. No further uotice will be given. Taxes must be paid, or levy and sale will follow. Until further notice the City Treas urer's office will be open .from S o'clock a. jt. to 5 P. M. Edward Johnston, mylS-3t City Treasurer. They trill do it! Everybody buys Baby Buggies, Wall Paper, Birds and Croquet, of Eberhart, and save money! niaylS-lt. We are sure our readers will thank us for calling their attention to the very handsome advertisement of the Excelsior Manufacturing Com pany of St Louis, as it would be useless for us to try to say anything in favor of the great Charter Oak Cooking Stove. The very word suggests the thought of a well-cooked meal, followed by easy digestion, vigorous health, with a desire to have plenty oi real work, to say nothing of tho comfort of a happy, contented household. May IS It ONE THOUSAND Cash custom ers for boots and shoes wanted im mediately at Philip Laxg's, No. 156 Farnham street may 18 tf PIGEONS at rant. Peckye's Restau-nilC-2t The Sentence of Wm. T. Polock for Bobbing His Father's Fostoffice. The readers of the Bee will recol lect the particulars of the Brown ville postoffice robbery, by"Wm. T. Polock, son of the postmaster, some time last winter. His trial and con viction, on his own confession, took place in the United States District Court Judge Dundy presiding which adjourned yesterday in this city. ThesentenceoftheCourtwas as follows, and is well worthy or perusal: Mr. Polock: The indictment.! on which you have been convicted charges you with stealing a regis tered letter, containing money, from the postoffice at BrownvIIle, in this State. The punishment pre scribed for this offense is confine ment in the penitentiary fota period of not less than one year, nor more than five years. You have seen proper to accept the advice of your menus wuo seemea io uudk uiai it would be useless for you to resist a mnviption. But little time has been been consumed hi disposing of the case against you, and you will not suffer in consequence thereof. Since your conviction, many of your friends, some of whom are your old comrades in arms, have joined in testifying to your former coot! charaoter. Your father, whom j-ou have so deeply wronged, has been ieristent in his eflbrts to lessen the punishment which might lie inflicted on you. Ho lias stoou by you from tho start as bravely as he and you stood by our country when its existence was im periled. He did not desert you when your conduct was such as to almost forfeit parental affection. For tltis I honor and respect him more than ever before. His conduct throughout has been in marked con trast with yours toward him. Your father states that you volun- teered when quite young, and served in tho nnny with him until you were botli hoiionibly dis charged. This fact I have duly considered, and shall give to it some weight. Tho army is not a school in which the morals of the young are apt to bo materially improved. The danger is that habits of the worst kind will be contracted by the young soldier, whilst ho is absent frqin home and friends, and whore he is surrounded by all tho vices with which our armies are usually cursed. There fore, when I am called upon to pass sentence upon a man who has been hororably discharged from our army, I take into consideration the fact that his bad habits may have been contracted when he was in the military service, and where I hqvp any discretion in tho promises, that circumstance shall lessen the punishment that otherwise would be imposed. Your former good char acter, your honorable discharge from the army, and the destitute condi tion of your rainiiy insures to you the lightest punishment known to the law under which you have been convicted. Tho judgment of the Court is that you bP Imprisoned at hard labor for the period of one year, commencing on aud including ilia 4th day of May,-1874. And that you be removed from hero to the Penitentiary at Fort Madison, in JJin State of Iowa, there to undergo your trm of Imprison ment as provided by the rujes and regulations of tho said penitentiary. A PJncky Engineer. On Friday night last, as Conduc tors Haskins' train from St. Louis to Omaha, over the Kansas City, St. Joo and Council Bluffs railway, had left Hamburg, Iowa, a couple of Grangers bombarded his cars with stones, breaking a window. En gineer Harry Keen put on the air brake, and almost immediately stopped tho train. He then Jumped off, caught the stone-heavers, and gave them a sound threshing. That's the kind of an engineer to have, and his salary ought to be raised. Nr.w Green Restaurant. Peas at Tei'cke's maylG 2t Summer Hats and Caps for Men and Boys, at the lowest prices, to close out tho stock on hand. M. HEI.LMAX & Co. mayS-eod to junel For an excellent glass of soda, go to Ish's Furnliam street store, may 15-eod-lm. GRAND OPENING. Tuesday, May 10, 1874, I will open my new and elegant Kimple room on Tenth street, next to the old U. P. R. R. track. A fine lunch,pure wines, excellent liquors, and fresh lager. Visitors are oordialjy fnvjteri. maylO 2t C. Meier. Aiuisnioau7!) new shu hats arc far superior to any others ever iiu troduced in this city. They were manufactured after ids own Ideas, and are, to say the least, perfect beauties. may 1G It TO LET. Seven rooms suitable for offices, coiner of Fifteenth and Douglas streets. Inquire of Chas. J. Kar bach. niaylG 2v Snipe at Peycke's Restaurant May 16 2t Dress and Cloak Making. Mrs. A. Hansen, the well-known dress and cloak maker, has taken the rooms over the New York Dry Goods Store, 223 Farnham street, and is prepared to cut, fit, and make ladies' cloaks and dresses, in the Litest fctj'Jos, and at the most rea sonable rates. mayl4-eod-th-sat-mon. First-class tickets to Cincinnati, Ohio, and Gordonsville, Virginia, for sale at Ph. Gottheimer's, Ticket Broker, 206 Farnham street apr23tf COMBINATION ON ICE HAS BURSTED and FLETCHER &. HUBBARD Are now ready to furnish ICE at LAST YEAR'S RATES, Leave your orders at their office on Ninth street, between Farnham and Douglas. Fletcher & Hubbard. -MayVtt For Sale I,000tt3of butter, at Charles Beindorff &. Co. 508 13th street It Ladies' pocket handkerchiefs, in silk borders, new style, at Gladstoxe fe Co's. niaylS-2t 509 Fourteenth St, The Testimonial to Mrs. Latey. Mrs. H. L. Latey, whoso vocal performances have so often charmed our citizens, will soon depart for Boston, there to remain a year or so in order to more thoroughly culti vate her voice, under the instruction of one of the most accomplished music teachers of the age. At the earnest solicitation of her many menus sue uas consented to give a concert before her departure. The following correspondence-explains itself: Omaha, Neb., May 14th, 1874. Mrs. II. L. Latey, Omaha, Keb.: Dear Madam Learning your intention to visit the East to avail yourself of the facilities extended to those who wish to improve them selves in the study of Music, and as this will require your absence from our city for a year or more, we cannot allow tho opportu nity to pass without expressing our appreciation of the occasions in which you have assisted in render ing our charming musical entertain ments of the past so delightful. In viewoitnis win it be taking too great a liberty in requesting you to favor your friends with a farewell con cert, naming a suitable time and place at your earliest convenience? Respectfully yours, S H Clark, Henry J Lucas, W W Marsh, P P Shelby, B H Barrows, F C Morgan, EF Test, RH Thomas, W W Copeland, S Warren Chase, P L Perine, H Kennedy, J C Hot torf, C H Dewey, E L Stone, Geo W Frost, J M WooJworth, Chas B Wells, J H Lacey, C B Rustiii, Henry Murphy, P E Her, H P Deuel, E G Dixon, J C Cowiu, E A Allen, Chas F Manderson, A M Henry, W V Morse, CE Squires, C H Frederick, R H Carrier Sr., A D Balcombe, J E Bojd, Thos L Kimball, C W Lyman,E Rosewater, K 1 Wilbur, is u Chandler, James H Peabody, J I Rediek, JH Millard, W II Remington, AV F Edwards, Wm Lehmer, CD Shultz, H Yates. Omaha, May 15.1874. Messrs. S. IT. Clark and others : Gextlemex: Your courteous and complimentary letter request ing me to give a farewell concert before my departure for the East is received. I thank you, and through you the citizens of Omaha who have always shown so much gener ous appreciation of my humble ef forts to please, and for this renewed expression of interest and confi dpncp, I accept your proposal wjth grati tude,and apjxiintThuixiay evening, the 28th of May, as the time, and the Academy of Music as the place for the entertainment so kindly de sired. Respectfully yours, Mrs. II. L. Latey. Nobby Turnouts. Probably there are but two or three cities in the Union, of the size of Omaha, that have so many fine horses and beautiful carriages and buggies, as lias Omaha. The nobby turnouts that throng our principal driving streets, on any pleasant day, make up a lively scene, ant one which gfves to the stnjJ)gcr a favorable iinprcssjon of the wealth and stylo of Qiuaha. A large number of these elegant vehicles have been turned out from the extensive carriage manufactory of A. J. Simpson, it the present time his workmen are engaged in building many first-class buggies and carriages for Omaha gentle men. Air,or,g tljoso about ready to leave his establishment aro the fol lowing: A f'Vjctoria Bret," a double seat ed carriage, fur Gen, Jirisbin, costing 5050. A phaeton for Jonas Gise. It is a paragon of beauty. A light road-wugon for Captain Richardson. A "buckboard" for Hon. John I. Rediek. A "Rockaway" an extension top, double-seated carriage for Mr. Anderson, of Glenwood, costing $500. On Saturday afternoon Mr. Simpson turned over three very fine top-buggies to Sweezy & Cutli bertsou, manufactured to order for them, and a tow days ago lie com pleted for James Stephenson one of the mot beautiful narrow single seat road wagons ever seen in this city. He has several other orders for nobby buggies, upon which his workmen are now busily engaged. Gents' Furnishing Goods such as white shirts, cheviot and other qual ities; also underwear. We will sell at astonishing low figures. M. Hellm.vx & Co. may S-codt-Junc 1. Straw Hats, &traw Hats, 17ic best in the world. WHOLE STACKS OF THEM at Armstrong's Hat Emporium, mayl0-2t Tliirtcenth St. Cucumbers at Peycke's restaurant, mayl0-2t KELLY'S MINSTREL HALL. Lessons given on the Banjo will be given by T. Kelly, and pupils fitted for th stage. Enquire at the hall between the hoursof and 5 o'clock, p. m. May 1G 2t SpiingChickcns at Peycke's Res taurant MaylS 2t Copies of city charter for sale at the Bee offipp " tf Indian Curiosities at 5fo, 170 Farnham fctreet, corner 11th street. may 7-tf. PKXSloxs and Bouxties' pn0 cured by w. 21. 1'RAXcis, Law Office, Creioiitox Block. The undersigned hereby informs the public that he has removed his shop from Fifteenth street, where ho bus boon doing business for the last five years, to Harnoy street, between 13th and 14th, next to tho Checkered Barn; where he Is pre pared to do all kinds of Iocksmith ing and machine work, and in giv ing satisfaction to hi3 customers, hopes to secure a liberal patronage and the confidence of the public. Werxer Boehl, Locksmith and Machinist mayl2-6t JUST RECEIVED. The newest and latest styles of Linen Suits, with the lowest prices, at Welf & Joxes. 506 Thirteenth street, between Farnham aud Douglas, may IS It ' Death of Judge Townsend. Hon. Robert Townsend, ex-Judge of the Probate Court, died Sunday morning rather suddenly and unex pectedly," his resdience in this city, of pneumonia and inflamation of the bowels, after a brief illness. Judge Townsend had been a resi dent of Omaha a little over five years, having come hero from Poughkeepsie, New York. In July, 1669, he formed a law partnership with B. E. B. Kennedy, Esq., and in the Fall of 1871, he was elected Judge of the Probate Court of Doug las County. Judge Peabody,the pre sent incumbent of that office, pays the deceased a higli and deserved compliment, in saying tnat ne re garded him as an honest and up right Judge, and an honorable and kind-hearted man. When he went out'of office last fall all the papers, records and accounts were found cor rect and complete up to the very last hour. Judge Townsend acquired many warm friends by his quiet and un obtrusive manners, and his death is generally mourned, especially as it occurred in the very prime of life. He was in his thirty-fourth year at the time of his demise. He leaves a wife and throo children. The fu neral will probably take place to morrow afternoon, and the remains will be sent east for interment. This is the first death that has ever occurred for many years among the Omaha bar, of which Judge Townsend was a most respected member. A meet ing oi ino oar was neiu lasi eve ning at 7 o'clock at tho office of B. E. B. Kennedy. A committee on resolutions was appointed consisting of Messrs. J. M Woolworth, E. Estahrook, C. Briggs, Q. W. Ambrose, and C. F. Manderson, who reported tho fol lowing 5 " Whereas, The Hon. Robt. Town send, a member of tho Bar of Douglas county, died yestei day after a brief illness, in the midst of his usefulness and activity, and this meeting of his associates, duly sen sible oflhe loss which the profes sion of the' JawN and society to whose services he gave bis best years, has been convenpd to express their sentiments over this startling and sad event. liesolved, That a life of singular modesty and purity has been sud denly closed; a lawyer of high mer it, of inucl learning an considera ble powers of logical and clear rcas oning, has boon out off from our profession; a man who com manded the confidence of the public and of his asso ciates and clients, and inspired in all who knew him, sentiments of the highest esteem and of the truest affection, has been withdrawn from our midst. In this sad and sudden loss wq feel, each of us',that we have been deprived of the friendship and association of onp wlio wasj fn every sense', a"tr'upnan. liesolved, That we tender to the widow and friends of the deceased) our sincere sympathy in their affliction.- liesolved, That wo attend the fu ne.ra fif our deceased friend and brother, iii'a boay. Resolved? That ' tho prpsident of this meeting present theso resolu tions to the court and request that they be entered upon its records. Remark were, njade by Hon. J. M. Woolworth, Gon.' E. Estabrookj Judge Clinton Briggs, Hon. B. E.B. Kennedy, and Judge Wm. L. Pea body, FACTORY SAMPLES -OF BOOTS AND SHOES. They Were Sought at Half Cost Price! Will be Sold in Proportion. More Prices To-Day. W. B, Loring & Co. would call attention to their sale of manu facturers' samples. These aro the samples from about twgnty factories and comprise seasonable goods for men, women, misses and children. Below we gvp you some of the prices. The goods are arranged so as to bo easily jnspeptpd, and all marked in plain figures : 150 pair men's summer boots. $2.25. 5S " " fine calf boots, $4.00. 50 " Qxfords, S1.75. A large lot of men's summer shoes, $1.75. A largo lot of men's summer siloes, $2.00. Lot of mea's goat and calf shops, (Ordinary price, $7.00 a pair.) . 200 pair children's heeled," silver tipped shoes, 75c. 175 pajr heeled, spwgd, fancy stitched, $1.00. 300 pair children's kid,serge foxed, $1.25, 100 'pair children's Philadelphia goat, heeled, $1.25. 150 pair children's Philadelphia goat, heeled bottom, $1.50. 240 pair children's fine kid mag nolias, 51. 60 pair jadies' sorgo pojjslj, (sty lish), 31.50. 75 pairs ladles' serge, button (ele gant), S2.50. 25 pairs ladies' high cut, grain polish, $2. 100 pairs ladies' pebble Polish, S2.Q0, goat, 175 pajrs ladies' pebble, grain, Polish, $1.50.. 830 puhr ladios' fine kid, serge top, button, $3.00. 30 pairs ladies French kid, satin, top, button, $1.25. This is a lot from last season. A big bargain 80 pair ladies' fine glove calf. Polish, $2.50. ' 70 pair misses' pebble grain, Pol ish, sizes 12 to 2, at 81.25. CO pair misses' goat, grain, and kid polish, $1.50. 140 pairs misses' serge, polish, 51.40. Lat of ladies' slippers, 50 cts. Lot of ladies' slippers, different styles, 75 cts. -Lot of ladies' slippers, different 4 styles, SI and $1.25. About 60 pair ladies' fine French kid, croquet slippers, at $1.601.75 2.00, (ordinary price, $2.503.00.) Make your purchases while the assortment is complete. W. B. LORING & CO., Corner of Farnham and Fourteenth streets, oppolfte Grand Central Hotel. it JUST RECEIVED. 10 cases of Curtice Bro.s' celebrated 31b tomatoes. They are unequalled in this market. P. H. Allex. maylS 2t GLADSTONE & CO'S is the place to buy parasols, of all styles and .prices. An extensive as sortment on hand, at 509 Four teenth street. mayl8-2t Spring Capes, Sacques, and Linen Dusters at Welf & Joxes, 509 Thirteenth street, between Farnham and Douglas, i jay 18 It SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. AdTertlSfinenu ol To Let, For Sale, Lott, Wnt, Found, Boarding, 4c, wlU be inserted in these column's once for TEN CEXTSper line; each subsequent insertion, FIVE C'EF S per line. 'I he first insertion nerer less iha.1 TWENTY-FIVE CEXTS, WANTED A single woman, or a man and wife, to go into the country to do general farm and house work. Inquire of siiekly Seos. City meat JIarket. niylS-Xt DESIRABLE RLSIDENCE PROPERTY, and several Tacant lots, and farm lands lor sale ; also houses nd offices to rent cheap, to good tenants. Apply to Johm E. Kf.llet, Attorney at .Law, at French A McKoon's office, Room No. 3, Creighton bfock. niylSif PUBLIC BALE OF CITf LOTS-I)uring tho first week In June next (the day to be herealter designjted.) I wliloQerat public sale about 30 lots, being the remainder of my inter, tstiu Nelson's .Additioa to the vity of Omaha. Two of these lots are full acres extending from Cummin to Burt streets, and some of the others are finely located, eligible lots, within four squares of the street railway. -Ihe lots wiUbetlejinatedon the ground so that iar tiescan readily sej thum. Terms, one third cash with balance in one and two years. For further information apply at the otnee uf By ron Heed i. Co. JOslIf II II. NELSON, myistf 1 f ONEY TO LOAN Call at law ol5.-e of IJ. JjJ. L. Tiloa., Room 8, Vissdher's Blck. myistf WANTED A good laundress; high wages mid. Apply at 207 Fai nhaui st , liet 12th and 13th sts. my IS 3t FRONT PARLOR FOR RENT Apply 277 Davenport st bet I5tli and 16th sts. niylGlf ICE CREAM ! ICE CREAM I have, at large exensc, procured improved machinery for the manufacture of Ice Cream in large quanti ties. I can and will sell it cheaper and better than auy house iutlu city. Hotels, Restau rants and families call around. mylSfct IlfcXRY LATEY. FOR BENT Two unfurnished rooms, witn or without board,. Apply on premises, No2S4Caditai avenue, next to corner ICth st. myl5-3t OK A A 1-EWAUD-LOST About two tjO.UU months ago, from 11th st near Chlca-g-.iue cow, 3 years o:d, white with red spots and shell of right horn broken oS. Ihe nnder will leceive the above reward by return ingsaidcowto JOHN THOMPSON, my. 5-3 1 11th st near Chicago. THO THE PUBLIC rhe undersigned has J purctased and put upon the streets .as public conveyances, some of the finest carriages eermanufactured in this country. They will be run to andirom the depots, hotels and private residences. All orde a left at the Metrojtolitan Hotel, or at tho stable, near s e cor of Eleventh st and Capit il Avenue, will 1 promptly at tended to. A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL, myiqtf FR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPfcRTY One section choice land, on the big bend of tho Republican River. Nucleoli County Inquire of A. MINSKI. niyM-iulo Corlla nay and 15th ts. TO RENT nicely furnished r. om to rent, at 272 Howard st bet 15th and 16th sts, suitable for one or.two gentlemen. my!2-lw WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm hand, laborers, etc , immediately, at the employment otHce,room Q Yisscher'sbloclc. mjSif EOR REST Dwelling house with 7 rooms, cellar,' well, cistern and t ces. No. 433, 12th st. Inquireof Ar.r. D. Joxes, No. 503 1-2 13th st, or rx w cgr Harney atid Iftu sts. niy7tf EOR SALE. I will sell good second hand canlagesand buggies-low forcasbortn.de, as I wish to replace them with new ones. msyCtf O. W.Uoxak. TEALcsta'efor sale in nnslronz A. Kel- Xy son's additions. Address, S. J. C,, Bee jaStf ofneo," F OU SALE A Singer s wing machine, new. Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro. apzui F)R SALE One set parlor furniture; also a piano. Inquire of Max Meyer x Bio. ap2Ttf ' MONEY TO LOAN-Inquiro at law office of L. F. Ma.lnu, Visscher's block, Omahj. ap22tf WANTED A cheap farm in exchange for merchandise. 'Address. Farmer, Bkk ofice, Cp21t F lOR .SALE OR RENT Ho. 354 Chicago st Appiy io UAUUIS, T4T4 WUUllilAN, ap21 ' ' Oil Mill. W ANTED Tqrcnf a rurnlsued nouse or 4or5 rooms, either all or'partlv furnish ed ; niust be near the cor of li).h and Farnham sts. Addrew, P. SMITH, Pl3tf Bee ofnee. FOR SALE OR REST A farm of 120 acres with house and barn, situated one half mile west of the Barrack:: inquire of mchlStt 1). P. BEDMOND. CJTORE FOR RENT Oa N TV for. ICth and IO Chicago. 8. A. TAYLOR 4 CO. ja21i Proposals for Transportation PROPOSALS in duplicate, with ihe "satisfac tory guarantee of two rpon sible parties, not bidders, tha t bonds will be given on award of contract, will be received at thfs office until fieu o'clock am, Tuesday, June 16th, 1874, FOR THE TRANSPORTATION during the fiscaycar ending June 30, 1875, of army supplies, as follqws, yiz.: 2,000,000 pounds, nioreorless, from Cheyeqpe depot, W. T.,to Forts Laramie ami FetTermsn, 1,000,000 pounds, more or less from Medicine Bow Station, Union Pacific ra Iroad, to Fort Fettcrman, W. T. 1,G0Q,QU0 pounds, more or less, from Bryan, TV. T., or other matlon on the Union Pacific railroad, to Camp Stsmbaugh and Camp Brown. 1,001,000 pounds, more or leis.froni tho south ern terminus of the Utah Southern railroad to Post of Beaver, Utah. 2,000,000 pounds, rqoro or lej, from Cboy- Agencies, of 2.000,000 pounds.moreorless, from North Platte, Nebraska, to Posts at Bod Cloud and Spotted Tail Agencies. Sej arate bids, in duplicate, s'uould be made for transportation oVer each route, and may state the rate per hundred jxjuuds per'hundrca miles, or, preferably, tho rate ir hundred pounds the whole Uistance over which it is pro posed to transort supplies. r Bids fur tran.portatien from Cheyenne Dope 1 to Forts Laramie and Fctterman, and to the Posts a lipl CJoud aud Spotted Tail Agencies, will also bo rticeivod up to tha same day and hour above named, by the Depot Quartermaster at Cheyenne, W.T., and b dsfor tranatmrtation from the southern terminus of (he Utah South, ern railroad to Post ff Beaver will also be re ceived up to the same day and hour, by the Post Quartermaster at Post of Beaver, Utah, and forwarded to the Chief Quartcrma ter, De partment of the Platte. The rbibt to reject any orail Lids is reserved. Bids must be endorsed-' on envelopes, "B.ds lor AraujHriaiiu,i. : - -- - Full conditions undo kuoanon application tothispffice.' By order of Department Conimtnder. ,. ALK,-.J.'EURY. Chief Quartermaster, Dtp'I l'Uo. myl8-6t Brevet Brlg-CJeu. II. 8. Army. ' SEIiliTLTG OUT AT COST! COST! 1 AMIES FURXISUIXti QUOUS. ' TTAVING fo give tip my store by the fiist of IL June, I wIUdoBe qut mr whole stock at snitfe,....' -aCipflt MA-DAIFOY'SCuxw Night dresses, apron, Infant dmsrs Ac. m)4uil 1. B. SIKEST. 2IC Douglas st. U. tRKBE. c. J. STAKRICH. G'BERE k KABBACH, 15th st. Letween Farnham and arney sts. OMAHA, - - NEB. JJACrACTTBEttO Spring and Farm Wagons, BUGGIES AND CRUIAGBS. Dealers In and manufacturers ot AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! PABTICCUR ATTENTION PAID TO HOsUKMUUKIXU. WRepearin? of vagons and blacksmlthloa; promptly done at reasonable prices. mjdawCm RU. Wood! Wood! Woo( Immense Reductior A T S. P. BRIGGS' YARD, COMBO. OF JX. ln andS Chicago Streets. Jf86d Hard Wood S7 00 ; Soft Si 09. Stirs JKxl to iult any number of store Tery ajfajH apZitt DENTISTRY. l Vf psbsssHPt - J DENTISTS, OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST. vr STAIRS, . Bet 13th &14th Sts., OBKAHA. sWOUlest practicing Tterttlsts lu the city L. WOODWORTfl, 238?DjngUs Street, Omiia, Hesruk DSAIMIN Carriages, Hacks, Baggies. Patient Wheels, Road wagons, Trot ting Sulkies, Ske'etons, Ltudebaker's, Celebrated Wa;ons, James H. Hill's Celebrated Con cord Harness and Whips. HORSE CLOTHING. Bobea, Blankets, Wagon Material of all Deserir tions, Spskes, Hubs, Felloes, and all kindsof- HARD WOOD LUMBER Thimble Skeins, Axles Springs. nichCtt JOHN E. KKLLKT. Attorney 1 Counselor at Law Olce Kooai2; Creighton Block, 1 . nrTT Oor. 15th ail DonglaiBts. ) UAHA. COLLECTIONS SOLICITED AN D PROM PT ly attended to. No charge unless collec tions are made. Houses to let and rents col ected. Real estate bought and sold. apl7tf 100,000 ACRES I BI0H FABXIHO LAHD IH NEBRASKA 2 500 Hanscom Place Lots! TTOUSES AND LOTS in the city of Omaha,. i s ior saie cneau ana on eooaiermf. BOUGS 4b HILL. Real estate brokers.office over Mackev's store. on Dodge st. opposito new postoffice- ap30ut2 F. COURT, Leading Bootmaker 1S3 Farabam street- HAS on hand a full line of Ladies' Goods which he is closing out at cost. Give him a call and get good bargains. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY S"ire has on hand an excellen stock of Ke: nts wear, best In thecity, of Eastern tnanu- ure or nome niaue. arjtrui Victor Restaurant. JU0 FARXHAM REET, Set. lOtlx And lltlx. VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop. rnABLES SUPPLIED TVITI1 EVERY JL thing In tb.c market. Open from 7 a. ra. to 13 p. ra. jSyAU Meals Served to Order."! 0T8TEB3 BEBVKDIH EVEET STYLE. GAME 0N-v'1 t0 su,t c. t. HAMinr, 1T1 Cor. Karnham and Eleventh Sts. All kinds of TAILORING, Cleanln and re ne lot of pairing aone at reasonable rates. A FURNISH 1NU and sold cheap. GOODS constantly on hand teCJUtt ILLINOIS HOUSE. Zt,x'XLlx.a.zka. Sreot Between 9th and 18th. COAKLES FELDKKM AN, Prop. mchlltf XTow 2gat Market spatjldi.g & joyimAir. 14th St. Bet. Famliam aud Harney, mcDta Oppc, lte the Qrand Central Anything ! 2,. W. JQOTES DEim HOST EVERYTHING Ml mid 333 15th Htrec', Opposite tha Post Office. IN Children's Carriages, Bird Ca$p, Croquet Sets, Stationery, OR ANYTHING ELSE, I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Choice Imported and Domestic Cigars apWmSeod 2SS Harney street, between Mth and ntr-; Carriage aml Wagoa Haktag In all It Branches. In approred the latest and most pattern. HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHING and repairing done on short no lice. aep26 lr -Established 1858". "" CARRIAGB UaNUFACTOBT s 118 HO FoirteeRth Street, v - -v. wrt,,, carriagia (Oflea op stain.) Oni, aad Borates on nmnrt nr n-.iA i. A, N. B. Particular attention paid to" Repair " apr2S-tl MRS. K. II. PALMES, Fashionable Dressand Cloak Maker, BO0SBSV2S2 Douglas St. near 13lh, (Up Stairs. I cut from actual measurement not from pattersaand wUI guarantee satisfaction in all asea, JCjtilH Hd Flltim? a Speclaltj. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET, auiu iucci ucv vaiuorma. sou ncLttlrr WE KEEP ON HAND TIIE BEST supply of FRESH AND SALTED MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at tte low est rates. WM. AUST A KNUT1I, rayi4-ly Proprletorr. J. J. BROWN & BRO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, QZIVLAJIHIA., IKTSB,, rayS-ly STEELE fc JOHNSON, Wholesale G&ogers, SIMPSON'S BLOCK 53S and 540 !Fourtath. StrMt, BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE OHyr A TT A., - 3STEB mcMWy MORGAN fc GALLAGER. -SUCCESSORS TO CREIGHTON AND MORGAN WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 205 Farnham Street. OIIVLLA ZE3LA aprSdly ' WHITNEY, BAUSERKAN & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS No. 247 Douglas Street, O-mtjlh:, - - NEB mch27yl AGENTS FOR THE DUPOM POWDER CO. Kurtz PJohr& (Jo JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES and NOTIONS. 231 Farnnam Strt, OMAHA, - - ?sr-m. J. J. BROWN & BRO., WHOLESALE DEALERS Df STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Notions, and my8-ly JOHN T. JOBBED JOBBER OF Shelf! Heavy Hardware IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK, TIIRESIIKUS. IIAUVK.KTKHR, HKvl-Eiis MOWKRS nitir wT ?JTH 346 Douglas St., Omaha. vrmhrdZ GEO. A. HOAGLAotT Wholesale Lumber OFFICE AND YARD COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS., U. F. B. B. 7BACK. wj3ya.A.fci.-fiL- - anlltl ESTABLISHED. PUNDT, MEYER & Bi aph -wim:.ns.u.E FANCY GROCERIES, Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigar. 91 0 TV. Mi.!.,... Oi - ? -,'" ,U1'IIU seeij hlciuTeodvl HENRY HOBER GE R. -D5ALER IN- Wines, Liquors, Cigars, FIna Old Kenluckj Whiskies and 239 D0UQLA3 8TP.( J (Caldwell Rluck.) f Il 9vl B. & J. WILBUR, Books and Stationery, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Fourteenth, Street, - Oman-, ITeb GENEBAi AGENTS FOB ALL SCHOOL BQQIS -A. 353. SIMPSON 3IANUFACIURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN CIGARS. 532 FIPTEEHTH ST., L2BXG-5Caa BXjOQB. WHOLESALE CANDIES I am now manufacturing all varieties of candies and will eell at IE -&. S T IE !R 2tf PRICES Dealers In tljN State need not iraut to go East fj CANDIES, i tri s solicited, 3Do1a St- Oor- xatb. mchllti HOMES aad 2AS1CS in H ' LARGE DEDUCIOX3 FOB CASH PAYMENTS, North of Platte, temp Fork and Elkhorn Valleys (rmrreiofvlaalHsTMlniasdWlsalWraJIaH lB ThtB. A M. R. R. Co- ' lb?' ,' ?, j'r.00 par acre 00 Ion J c4 JU S Well Wlicrwuwumi;,-"" South of ,. .l-r o' the but Ian 1 In The Comi any oass Urge nln"ire,t an.1 best andatjacenitoltsrsiirwia FereIrcuiaflMilnU f itooas Pepubllean aJje. SCHALLER, Agent B. k 2Tce Cor of Math Mi PrBiSt.. OmtAt. Or licaer-1 Lawl TefUtuemt, Umlm,l!th. C. R. - USTEIB. Boots and Shoes. AND- iet - - 1ST Ej3, 13. dealer in- - - Omaha h m - -w nr Imported ttoodi a Spcci-Ilj, QA-TELA.. IsT-EI-B. apmS truAb . . - nn iii vira A ., he Platte Nebraska. lnUraHl br niJoa, rwer deretepe 1 pirt of th. UU, as. alio la to aforatloB apply to ' j !i 7 lr"