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THE OMAHA BEE
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Chicago and all Eastern cities, Nebraska
Citr. PlatUmouth, Council Bluflsand Burling
ton, due at 10:30 a. m., cluses st 438 a. m. and
1:45 p. m.
St. Louis and St. Joseph, due at 10-00 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; closes at 1:45 p. m. and 4:33 a. m.
Office open Sundays from 12 to 1 p. m.
C. E. YOST. Postmaster.
TO.OTKriW -rae C1RCU
I.YlO or tkeD.VlLT BEE le more
tkam doable tbat of aaylolher dally
tapcrpnblUhrd la Nebraska.
Peycte'a Eeataurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feL24tf
.The corner-stone of the Odd
Fellows .building will bo laid next
Saturday, with imposing ceremo
nies. A farmer's team eloped on
14th street Saturday morning, but
ivere captured near Dr. Peabody's
Five different new styles of stiff
hats just received at Armstrong's
leading hat house,
fctylish and cheap,
They are very
A charivari was the attraction
in South Omaha Saturday night.
The "gentle racket" was heard
all fover the city, and it
is a matter of surprise that
the police did not make a raid on
the young rascals.
Dress parade at the Barracks
Friday evening was witnessed by a
large number of our citizens, whose
vehicles thronged the drive at the
post. The parade was indeed an
Gustavo Engtrom, the boy
who had both of his legs cut off on
the "bottoms" some months ago, by
the cars, died Saturday morning
at four o'clock. The funeral took
place to-morrow, at the corner of
2?intli street and Capital avenue.
i The young people of St-Baruabas
-gave-an entertainment Friday even
ing in the Parish school room, to a
"Mrs. Jarley's celebrated wax
works." Mr. Holmes as Mrs. Jar
ley, was a great success, and the lit
tle people as wax figures, could not
MrXeonanl J. Jenkins, lather
of. C. Ii. Jenkins, died Friday
morning. He was probably the
oldest resident in the city, having
been born in SouthanTpton, Mass.,
in 1789. He served as Captain in
the, war of 1812, and was for many
years General of the Massachusetts
militia. He has been a resident
of this city for the last four-ears.
The funeral tooK place .baturday
morning from the residence of his
son, 212 Jackson street
A young man named Aj-ers, an
employe of the Union Pacific,
boarding at MrsT Kelley's, on 12th
bet, letween Capitol Avenue and
Davenport streets, is "out" a $45 suit
ofclothe& Sometime ago he took
in a youth named Barry Heiks,
as a room-mate, and gave liim gra
tuitous lodgings, and helped hid in
other ways, as ho was dead broke.
Heiks has gone, and Ayert clothes
. Ti! : 41.,.
are gone, xne suppuMuuu m
they left the city Friday after
noon in company, as Heiks was
seen leaving the house with a bun
dle under his arm. The police are
investigating the matter, and it is
hoped that they will capture the fel
ow who eloped with, the clothes.
The Van Cott revivals began
in this city yesterday at the tent,
pitched at the corner of Capitol
avenue and Seventeenth streets.
Mrs. Van Cott preached to a large
congregation both in the morning
and evening. These meetings will
be continued every evening during
President Dillon, of the Union
Pacific, General Superintendent
Clark, Chief Engineer Sickles, Oli
ver Ames, and others connected
with the road, will leave for the
"West this" morning, in a special car.
Mr. Dillon intends to thoroughly
inspect the whole line, and to obtain
a good view of the country and the
many improvements that have been
made since the road was built The
party, therefore, will tra vel only by
The complimentary concert to
be given Mrs. H. L. Latey, will un
doubtedly be a great musical suc
cess. All the best talent of Omaha
will be represented, and such a com
bination is a sufficient guarantee
that the entertainment will be the
one "par excellence" of the season.
Tickets can be obtained of Messrs.
IL & J. Wilbur, C. F. Catlin, Wy
man & Eberhart, S. C. Abbott & Co.
and at Max Mayer's Music store.
Solomon's dashing iron-gray
steed, took a dash around the block
Friday night, without spilling any
day morning the fiery untamed
equinerepeated the performance, the
closing scene occurring on Ninth
street between Harney and Howard,
where the wagon was tipped over,
the driver thrown out, the highly
ornamental elevated seat badly de
moralized, and the hind spring bus
ted. This horse is certainly one of
the most expensive in the city. At
the same time its commendable in
dustry in making work for the
wagon-repairer, and its numerous
attempts to furnish employment to
the undertaker, by tr3Ting to break
the driver's neck, should not be un
derrated. "The Cheerful "Worker's Bible
class" had a sociable at the First
Baptist church Friday evening. Ac
cording to the unanimous report of
a party of young gentlemen who at
tended, It was anything but a choer
ful sociable. They came there with
their pockets full of nickles, in
tending to spend their money freely
for the good cause, and at the same
time pass a pleasant evening.
Nobody introduced them, or
showed them any attention,
and they had to navigate for them
selves. In self-defense they sur
rounded a table, captured a napkin
and some refreshments, and while
disposing of the latter, attempted to
make the people believe that they
were enjoying themselves. Anyone
who has been in the same situation
can imagine their feelings, and
deeply sympathize with them." Their
complaints assent to us in a lengthy
communication,would make a cast
iron monkey grin at their dis
comfiture. It is hoped for
the benefit of these victims of
misplaced confidence, that the
"cheerful workers" will make their
next sociable more entertaining for
bashful young men. Many of
them no doubt could then easily be
induced to become "cheerful work
Captain Edward Ball, of the Sec
ond Cavalry, is hi the city.
Hon. Thomas McDaniels, of Ben
nington, Vt, is at the Grand Cen
tral. James M. Eattee is in New York,
having recently returned from Eu
rope. J. H. Mountain, traveling agent
for the Chicago & Northwestern
railway, left for the west Saturday
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
G Goodwin, St Louis; C M Wat
son, Davenport; Miss Edith Hay
lard, New York; E Mathers, St.
Paul; R Higitins and wite, Nebras
ka City; II W Moore, Cheyenne; C
F Hammond, Boston; H Cooper,
Chicago;-M. E F Chapiu, San
Francisco; G Christ, Des Moines;
F Braniue, P .rtland, Ct; M Reed,
do; J Gauch, N Y; J Broderick,
Portland, Ct; John Lynch, do; Wm
Hicks, Chicago; A J Allen, Califor
nia; F A Bstlwell, York, Nevada;
H S Robinson, Marshalb W Beatty,
St Louis; W A Rolf, Grand Island;
B F Well-, do; Dr. C R Stephens,
Saratoga: N W Wright, do.
Orange, Lemons and Bananas at
F. Thum, proj rletor of the "Grei-x
Tiiee House," will open his new
and commodious establishment on
Tenth street, (uext to his old stand),
on Monday, May 25th. Nothing
has been omitted to make the
"Gheex Tkee Hocse" one of the
most comfortable hotels of the city.
The cuMne is excellent, and tho
rooms ai-y and elegantly furnished.
Persons in want of such accommo
dations will do well to give the es
tablishment a trial. may23tl
A very fine lot of
HATS LATEST SftXES,
was delivered to the
C. H. FREDERICK,
Wanted. A good laundress;
high wages paid. Apply at 207
Farnham street, between 12th and
Mackerel and White Fish, in kits,
at lt Allen'3.
What He Has to Say About the
Depot, the Headguarters'
Building, the Bridge Con
A Bright Prospect for Omaha.
Mr. Sidney Dillon, President of
the Union Pacific Railway, since his
arrival here has been so besieged by
visitors and by business, that the
newspaper reporters have failed thus
far to obtain an introduction to the
distinguished gentleman, for the
purpose of an interview. Saturday
afternoon, however, a Bee reporter
had the honor of an introduction to
Mr. Dillon, and at once began to
He objected to everything being
taken down verbatim, and reques
ted the reporter to draw his own
conclusions from the conversation.
Mr. Dillon is a very affable gen
tleman, receiving us kindly, and
expressing himself freely in regard
to the affairs of the Union Pacific.
In answer to our question as to
whether the new buildings were to
be proceeded with "at once, and
pushed to a hasty completion, he re
plied in substance, that be had
come here to look over the ground,
&c. He had spent all morning in
company with chief engineer
Sickles, in insnectinff the new
depot, the location, plans, &C, but
had not yet obtained as good an
idea as he had wished, and he in
tended to look further into the mat
ter. He had not come here,as some
supposed, an all powerful autocrat,
able to have things done at the
mere nod of his head or the beck of
hand; but on the contrary he
wished to obtain a definite idea of
everything, and then report any
plans that he might form, to the
executive board for adoption. He
had never seen the plans of the
new depot and headquarters build
ing, until his arrival in Omaha.
But he assured us that in all proba
bility the work would go on to com
pletion without anv great delay.
He expressed himself satisfied
with Union Pacific matters gener
ally, in Omaha; the officers were all
alive to the execution of their du
ties; the shops were in excellent
condition, and were being splendid
But ho found great fault with
Omaha and . Douglas county, for
taxing the bridge $22,000 per an
num, $12,000 for city tax aud 40,
000 for county tax. He it was, he
said, who gave to Omaha that
bridge. He had the con trolling vote
which would locate it either atBelle
vuo or at Omaha. He voted iu fa
vor of Omaha, and she got it Had
she lost his vote, she would never
have amounted to anything. Mr
Dillon was emphatic in this connec
tion, and seemed to have consider
able feeling in regard to it He al?
so blamed Representative Crounse
for his action in having the Union
Pacific lands taxed, lands to which
they had not j-et obtained a patent
from the government. He called it
a "stab" at the road.
Mr. Dillon is of the opinion that
the Congressional action in regard
to the bridge and terminus ques
tion will never amount to anything.
He believes that it is a matter
which, if ever settled, will be deci
ded by the Courts, which he regards
as a higher authority than himself.
All Mr. Dillon wants is to have the
bridge controversy let alone to take
its course, it niay be, to the Courts.
It is something that he has not the
power, although having the inclin
ation, to decide.
Mr. Dillon indignantly refuted all
insinuations to the effect that he
was in favor of Council Blufis. All
the interests he had there, were a
few town lots that had so deprecia
ted that he wished to God some
body would take them off his hands
at half what they cost him.
As to the reported discharge of a
large number of men at the shops,
Mr. Dillon informed us that he
knew nothing of it; but that he had
stated that not so many cars would
have to be built this year as last
The only conclusion, therefore, is
that there not being so much work
to do, a less number of men will be
required to perform it.
This ended the interview, and we
have endeavored to give Mr.Dillon's
conversation correctly in substance.
Everything, It seems, is favorable
to Omahajthe depot buildings, being
necessary local improvements, must
and xt ill go ahead; while tho bot
tom will drop out of the bridge fight.
There are the conclusions to be
drawn from Mr. Dillon's coversa
tion. We have no doubt that tho freight
difficulty will be settled before Mr,
Dillon returns to tho East, as it is
generally believed that the "Iowa
ikmjI" would be willing to return to
the old rates if they can. Mr. Dil
lon remarked that it was a
difficulty which would work itself
out right in a short time.
T.'C. Bruxxer, Pkoduce Dealer.
NEW POTATOES AT
Copies of city charter for sale at
the Bee office tf
Ice Cbeast at LATEY's.-Fami
lies supplied cheap. Leave yodx
orders. H. L. Latey.
For soda and mineral water, Pe
ruvian beer and ginger ale,patronize
the "statue," the costliest and most
magniuClnt v1 aPPtu3 ever
constructed and now runiTf mmU
blast at Isn's Farnham street drug
store dispensing the most delicious
and cooling drinks in the city.
May 15, eod2m.
Armstrong's light cassimere high
hats have arrivedj may22-2t
A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE.
Major Dubois Assaulted and
Knocked Down Friday Eight
by an Unknown Villain.
His Nose and Forehead Badly
:Cut, Evidently by Brass
Major Dubois, of the 2d Cavalry,
and member of the Government
board for the purchase of cavalry
horses,met with an adventure Fri
day night, which he will long re
At a late hour of the night, after
having spent the evening at the
Grand Central Hotel, and other
places in the upper portion of the
city, he proceeded leisurely to his
own hotel, the Metropolitan. He
stepped into the "Crystal" saloon,
to light his cigar. He then
came out and walked down to
Eleventh street, crossed to the north
side of Douglas, and was going then
direct to the Metropolitan. As he
neared the buildings just this side
of the hotel, a man stepped out
from a doorway, walked up to him,
a'nd without a word of warning,
struck him a blow in the face, which
felled him- to the sidewalk. The
Major soon regained his feet, when
another man who was standing not
far distant, told him he had better
go home. He felt weak, and asked
the man to help him, but the fellow
hastened away. The Major man
aged to find his way to his room,
unlock the door, and before he could
succeed in getting a match, he be
came aware that blood was flowing
down from his face. Hastily throw
ing off his clothes, he lit the gas,
and looked in a mirror, where he
beheld his nose laid open to the
bone, and his forehead marked with
with a deep gash over his left eye.
Dr. McClelland, upon being sent
for, came and sewed up the wounds.
Maj. DuBuis, although being
able to be up, is very weak,
owing to tho loss of sleep. He
seems to think that the villain who
struck him intended to robhim, but
was scared away by the appearance
on the scene of the second man,
who, coming down from one of the
low dens of infamy in that block,
probably hastened away as he did
not care to be recognized. The
friends of the Major are of the opin
ion, however, that he was shadowgd
during the wbolo evening by some
person who wished thus to got re
venge for something. It is a very
mysterious affair, and the police, if
they go right to the bottom and sift
all the circumstances, may capture
the cowardly villain.
Strawberries, strawberries, at
may 23 It Bruner's,
The Peake Sisters at the Con
gregation Church,Tuesday evening,
May 2Gth. m23 It
THIS DAY, THE HANDSOMr
EST EMBROIDERY SUITS
EVER RECEIVED IN THE
CITY. AVELF & JONES,
509 13th ST. BET. FARNHAM
and DOUGLAS. may20tf
STRAWBERRIES and CREAM
at Wnvrii's Restaurant,
Go to F. Kumpf for Boots and
and Shoes; 252 Douglas street, be
tween 14th and 15th,
The best and coolest glass of soda
water, from the new and magnifi
cent Arctic apparatus, at Ish's
Farnham street drug store.
COMBINATION ON ICE
FLETCHER & HUBBARD
Are now ready to furnish ICE at
LAST YEAR'S RATES,
Leave your orders at their office
on Ninth street, between Farnham
Fletcher & Hubbard.
Best assortment of groceries, at
may 21 6t Brunner's.
A complete assortment of SUM
MER BOOTS AND SHOES, for
Men and Boys, and the only place
where you can buy them at Bed
Rock prices, is at
mayl9-5t 156 Farnham St.
The best bargains iu boots and
shoes to be bad at F. KumpFs, 252
Doiilas street, between 14th & loth
New drinks on jtnuight Peru
vian Beer and Ginger Ale at Ish's,
A variety of 25 different drinks of
soda and mineral waters on draught
at all times.
Seven rooms suitable for offices,
coiner of Fifteenth and Douglas
streets. Inquire of Ohas, J, Kar
bach. raaylO 2w
A most complete assortment of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's shoes
and slippers. Philip Lang,
No. 156 Farnham street
may 19 tf
njay 21 10t.
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet Farnham and Douglas.
Brunner sells Groceries cheapest,
may 21 5t
Two Good Milliners at
Cor. Capital Ave. and 17th St,
Eeal Estate Sales
For the week ending May 22, 1874.
from records of the County ClerkJs
Edwin Andrews to H A G Smith,
lot 3, block 7, Sweesy's Addition
Jurgen Pahl and Henry Bock to
Fred Metz, e hf se qr sec 17, 1 15, r
William B Dayton, by Byron
Reed, attorney in fact, to Eggert
Bock, s e qr 29, 15, 12-52,000.
C C Housel to Wm M Foster, lot
1, block 40 and e i lot 2, block H
O B Selden to John Aye, n e sw
25, 15, 10, 40 acres $600.
Henry Grebe, Ex-Sheriff, to Jas.
M Wool worth, lot 7, block 81,
Arthur Bell to Gilbert Rustin, hf
acre in se se 4, 15, 135300.
John J Bell to Gilbert Rustin, 2
acres in se se 4, 15, 13 $900.
Carsten Rohwerto Hans Rohwer,
se qr 24, 15,11, 169 acres $2200.
Hans Rohwer to Carsten Rohwer,
undl hfnwqr29 15, 12, 160 acres.
County Treasurer to Henry 'Kars
tens, Jr., nw qr sec 9, 1 14, r 11 e
Philip Smith to John Samuels, ne
qrof neqrsec29and e J se qr sec
22, 1 15 r 1051,000.
Saturday, May 23.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present Commissioners McAr
dle, Knight, and Red field.
Minutes of last meeting were read
Dr. McClelland, county physician,
repotted 22 paupers remaiuing in
the poor house. '
Timothy O'Sullivan, having filed
a petition and bond as required by
law, license to sell liquor at his
place near the barracks in Sara
toga precinct, was ordered issued
for six months.
George Smith, Commissioner, ap
pointed to view the Cuming street
extension and the Platte river and
Omaha road reported said roads
practicable and of public necessity,
whereupon said Commission was
directed to survey and locate said
At 4 o'clock p. m. proposals for
buildingMwo bridges on the Mute
Institute road wore opened, viz t R.
H. Walker, $380.00; Wm. Boyd,
$360.00; A.C. Dort, 260.00 ; Petr
N. Deersonj $194.00.
The contract was awarded to Mr.
Deerson, he being thelowest bidder.
lhe following accounts were al
lowed: J P Timperlywork, $26;
P N Deerson, repairing bridge,
$5260; Philip Casady, work, $8; F
Kelley, wood, $2 75.
Adjourned to Saturday, May 30,
On Board Steamship Baltic,
Off Sandy Hook,
May 23d, 1874.
7b General C. IL Frederick, Farn
ham Street, Omaha:
Don't fail to send me two of your
elegant and stylish silk hats, and
one dozen Leghorn sombreros by
the next steamer. Draw on my
father-in-law, White House, Wash
ington. , Sartoris.
Type For Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type, of
which this is a sample, weighing COO
lba. This typo has been in use on
the Daily Bee less than one year,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms &c, address
iaay22tf. Publisher of the Bee.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham streot, corner J lth street,
or Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V, Burkley.
Fresh Feas at Brunner's It
The best and cheapest canned
goods In the city at Allen's.
For Sale. A house and bar
room. Enquire at 456 Fourteenth
street. my 23 It
F. ALSTED'S "CAFE," 485 12th
street, between Farnham and Har
ney, has been enlarged and repaired.
Separate rooms for Ice cream and
soda water, and the most splendid
cup of coffee, etc., is always to be
had. my23-d2taw tf
A Beautiful Lawn can be had by
using the Excelsior Lawn Mower,
the best in the world. Sold only by
Evans & Durnall, 250 Farnham
street may 23 St a m w.
No wonder Bunce sells such piles
of hats. The nobbiest styles and
lowest figuresare alwaj-s found at
may 23 It Bunce's.
Everybody ought to see foe
Peake Sisters at the Congrega
tional Church on Tuesday evening
Fruit! Fruit! Fruit!
BERRIES, PINEAPPLES, OR
ANGES, LEMONS, BANANAS,
and air other fruits, at the cheapest,
prices, at 192 Farnham street
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
IN MILLLNERY AT MRS.
ATKINSON'S, Corner Capital
Ave. and 17th street.
Members of the I. O. O. P. will
meet at the O. F. Hail, this eve
ning at 8 o'clock, to arrange for lay
ing the corner stone, on the 30th
Inst J. Evans.
Strawberries, Fresh, at Bunner's.
"Gilt Edge" an4 "Cream of
the Valley," Grocers sell them.
White and colored suits, at
Gladstone A Co.
may 22 3t 509 Foiiiteenth-st.
m nT KXB f all Ms5 f f 00
-my!9-5t 150 Farnham St.
NOTICE. AdTertisementa of To Let, For
Sale, Lort, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, -rill
be inserted in these columns once for "TEN
CENTS per line; each, subsequent Insertion,
FIVE CEFTS rer line. The first insertion
nerer less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
IOR RENT Two houses. No 273 Cass st and
.uojacuQDSU AppiJ IO
my23-8t Corner Chicago and 19th st.
EXCELSIOR LAWN .MOWER The most
perfect in use. Ther tun lightly, do not
get out of order. A child or a strong minded
woman can work them. 4 car load of assorted
siiesreceiT.dl.T EVANS A DURNALL,
O p Grand Central Hotel,
m j-23-eAt-mon wed Iri .
FORSALE Oreat bargain. lot6, block 333
81,300. One half sa; b.iUnce 1 year. Ap
ply x q J. M. CLARKE.
my231t Real Estate Agt.
FOR SALE A nice genteel pony, with har
ness and a good light wagon, for sale chtap,
Inquire of Mr. TircJl, at the GreenTree House,
on Tenth st. y2s4t
FOR S ALE-1G0 acres of land, being the NE
MoffeclS, in township 13, N of It 4 t. in
the & part ol Bottler county, 30 miles North
west of Lincoln. A well improved farm adjoins
it on the west, and country all aiound It is
thickly settled! WOl sell for 5S00, one half
downbalance In one year, or $3 00 per acre In
cash, or will trade for city property. , Apply to
myZltf ANDREW ROSEWATLR.
mini nilr fnrnlihol rooau to rent, with
, . ,.. w ----j --;- 7 - ...4lt'
board, C3D 15th st.
ENFROETICand reliable canvassers wanted.
aSSSptaswt. BIG MONEY IN IT.
A 15-stamo quartz
mill, hou-o. shop, barn
and niioo in the silver mines of Nevada,
for sale cheap. Cheap for cash. Address P O
Box 174, Marysville, Mo. e3d-4t
EW BOARDING HOUSE Furnished
rooms with or without board; also day
board. First class lioard al reasonable rates, at
181 Farnham st bet 11th and 12th sts. in20wl
WANTED A girl to do general housework,
German preferred. Apply n wcor Burt
and 23d street.
Also a nurse girl wanted
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and several 'vacant lots, and firm lands
tor sale ; also houses nd offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joiix E Kelley,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon's office,
RoomNo. 3, Crcighton bfuck. niylStf
jUBLIC HALE OF CITY LOTS During
r the first week in June next (the day to be
hereafter designated,) I will offer st public sale
1,1 1 will oner at puuiiu salt
the remainder of my inter.
about 30 lots, Deiugtne remainder oi my inter
fStiuNelson'sAdditioatothe lity of Omaha.
Two of these lots are full acres, extending from
Cumming to Burt streets, and some of the
others are finely located, eligible lots, within
four squares of tho street railway, 'lhe lots
will be designated on the ground so that lar
tiescan readily so) them. Terms, one third
cash with lialaoco in one and two years. For
further information apply at the office of By
ron Peed A Co. JOSEPH II. NELSON.
MONEY TO LOAN Call at law office of D.
L. Thomas, Room 8, Vlssdhcr's Block,
RONT PARLOR FOR RENT Apply 277
Davenport st bet 13th andlGtn sts. myjQtl
mo THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
I purchased and put upon the streets .as
public conveyances, some of the finest carrisges
eienuanufactured in this country. They will be
run to andirom the depots, hotels and private
residences. All orde s left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, Bear s e cor of Eleventh
st and Capital Avenue, will be promptly at
tended to. A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY One se-tion choke land, on
the big bend of the Republican River, Nuckols
County. Inquire of A. MINSKI,
myl4-mr Cor Harney and 15th ts.
WAN. TED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc , immrdiately, at
the employment otSce.room 9 Visscher'sbiock.
FOR RENT Dwelling house with 7 rooms,
cellar, well, cistern and t-ees. No. 439, 12th
'st. Inquire of Alf. D. Jones, No. 509 12 13th
st, or n w cor Harney and 15th sts. my7tf
FOR SALE. I will sell good second hand
carriages and buggies low for cash or trade,
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
mijUf O. W.HoiiAy.
T)EALesta'efor sale in
Armstrong A Nel-
1 son's additions.
Address, S. J. C, Bee
FIR SALE A Singer swing inachicc,
new. -'Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
T7K)R SALErrOnc jet parlor litrniluie ; also
X. a piano.
' Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
WANTED A cheap farm in exchange for
merchandise. Address, Farmer, Hat
office. , apilt
EOR SALE OR RENT No. Zoi Chicago st
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
ap21 Oil Mill.
FOR SALE OR RENT A farm of 121 acres
with house and barn, situated one halj mile
west of the Rarrapks: Inquire of
mch!6tf D. P. REDMOND.
I AMES FURNISHING QUO US,
AV1MJ to give up my store by the first of
June. I will close out my who!e stock at
and below cost.
MAJDAJIFOY'S corsets !
Night dresses, aprons, Infant dress-a Ac,
my4ml 0. II. 8IKK.V
216 Douglas st.
JOHN K. KELLET,
Attorney 1 Counselor at Law
OSes Boom 2, Crelghton Block. 1 n v i tr i
Cor. 15th and Douglas Bts. 01LLEA.
COLLECTIONS SOLICITED ANDpRQMPT
ly attended to. No charge unless collecr
tlons are made. Houses to lei and rents col
ected. Real estate bought and sold. aplTtf
The foundry in connection with the Van
Dora machine shops,
NO. 250 liARXEY STREET,
Is now in operation. lam prepared to mike
all kinds of castings.
meb237m WM. FENWICK
City Meat Market.
A LARGE SUPPY OF
, JT O H. 3
"7" 33 3r 33 1? -A. :
io farn:.i3i reet,
33ot. XOtlx and XXtlx.
VICTOR DUCROSS, Prop.
rpABLES SUPPLIED AyiTII EVERY
X thing In the market.
Opet) from 7 . iq. tola p. ra.
-All Meals Served to Order.
0I8TE13 8BBVBD I EVERT BTTLE,
GAME ?S0N- - "
Tetween 3th aud 10th.
CnAKt.ES FfXDERMAK, Prop.
XTqw Meat larki,
M(h St. Bet. Farnham and Hartey,-
mcbl5-2m Oppo ite the Grand Central
C. 7, TTAMATTIT,
171 Cor. KarsUwDt 4 EJrrenUa Mf,
All Kinds 01 TAILUBINU, Cleaning and re
Dairies done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
UUMSUINU tKWDS constantly on
ana sou cneap.
Wood! Wppd! Woq&!
A T S. P. briggs tard. casts fr of
lilb Sf-U phleago 'iWF ' Hard
I a i-"S5Ui SMMffo?! josulf.
wooa - M u,- "
soy samoer 01 iiotc ti
WOULD INFORM TIIE TUBLIC THAT
they are now ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of the very bestqualitv,
and In an7 quantity.eitherat the factory, which
is located at Beatrice.Neb., or at the Pipe works
InOicaha Thevalsoare prepared to furnish
all kinds oKMESTPIPINO forSEWEP.AGE,
DRAINAGE, ETC, Also manufacture all
styles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE GUARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MANUFACTURED
IN THE UNITED STATES.
-ORDERS FROM DEALERS RESPECT
BEATRICE HYDRAULIC CEMENT
& MP CO.
OMAJIA - XEBRASKA.
m 21 -3m
rMARY E. BEACH. NON-RESIDEST.
defendant: You will take notice thit
George E. Beach, of the Slate of Nebraska, did
on the 7th day of May, A. D. 1S74, file his pe
tition in the Iis rict Court for Douglas county,
r-eb-a-kG, against you, the object and prayer
of which ist j procure a decree cf diTorce.
You are therefore required to appear and an
swer said petition on or before the M dv of
June, a. u. 1374. uf.uiiub t. iitca.
By F. A. Bkale a J. S. SiicopsuiKE,
Dated May 9th, A. D. 1ST4.
may 9, w-St-e-sat. His Attorneys.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued out of the Dis.'rict Court for
Cuming County Nebraska, and to me directed.
I will on the 3d of day June, A;D 1371,"at 10
o' lock, a m of slid day, at th- store room of Al
bert Tucker No 2H Douglas street, in tho City
of Omaha, and County of Douglas, in said.State,
sell at auct'on the following described prop
erty, levied upon to satisfy a judgemnt oisaid
Court, recovered by 11 L Henry, axalnt Albert
I Tucker, to wit: Eighty-five cases of men's and
T liA.a' l.kt. Vl fM ,f .lirwt. 1aY fill 4fi vnttl
stock of boots and shoes contains i in said store;
also a small line of hats and caps ; also the fol
lowing described store and office furn'ture:
Two lounges, 1 dk, 1 stove and pipe, 2 chairs,
1 show cases and 1 let ter press, or so much ot
the said goods as are necessary to satisfy said
judgment and costs, and accrufnc costs tiureon.
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Best Makers. My prices
are away below! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
be undersold ! Make no mistake !
see the "BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You note dollar
by "so doing. Soe tno new
'BOSTON CANOPY TOP!"
"Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
a " specialty " of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
Office Cii; f QV'AfeTKUMASTEB, y
' DlUAHAi !Neb., May 19, 1S71. J
PROPOSALS in duplicate, with the satkfac
tory guarantee of two respon sible parties,
not bidders, that bonds will be given on award
of contract, will be received at this office until
eleven o'clock am, Tuesday, June 16th, 1374,
FOR THE TRANSPORTATION
during the fiscal'year ending June 30, 1S75, of
army supplies, as follows, viz.:
2,000,000 pounds, moreorless, from Cheyenne
depot, W. T.,toFurts Laramie and Fetterman,
1,000,000 pounds, more or less from Medicine
Bow Station, Union, Pacific ra iroad, to Fort
FeacnY.an, V. T.
1,000,030 pounds, more or less, from Bryan,
IV. T., or other station on tho Union Pacific
railroad, to C-nip Stanibaugh and Camp Brown,
1,00 J 000 pounds, more or less.from the south
ern terminus of the Utah Southern railroad to
Post of Beaver, Utah,
2,000,000 pquudi, more or Jess, fiom Chey
eune tp I'pys st Red 'Cloud and Spotted Tail
Agencies, ol 3,000,000 pound", ruoreor lest, from
North Platte. Nebraska, to Pots at Rea Cloud
and Spotted Tall Agencies.
Separate bid", in duplicate, .onll 1 made
for transportation over oach route, and may
statatbs rate per hundred pounds per hundred
miles, or, preferably, the rate wr hundred
pound th whole itUtacca over widen it is pro
posed to transport supplies.
Bids for transportation fr
for transportation from Cheyenne Depot
to Forts Liramie and Fetterman, aud to the
T)a... m. Ta.1 r!n,.l -n.l L'nnllbl Tall A nanr-iA.
will also be received up to the same day and
hour above named, by the Depot Quartermaster
at Cheyenne, W.T., and h dsfor transportation
from the southern terminus of the Utah South
ern railroad to Post of Beaver will also be re
ceived up to the same day and hour, by the
Post Quartermaster at PoU of Reavr, Utah,
and forwarded to tis Chief Quartermaster, De
psrirnent of the Platte.
The right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
Bids must be endorsed on envelopes, "Bids
FuU conditions made known on application
to this office.
By order of Department Commander.
Chief Quartermaster, Dep't PUtte,
mrlS-6t Brevet Brig-Uen. U.S. Army.
St. 00 ft G-33ANrJ933.lv,
o x a jl tt s,
-tTTHOf.RSAI.E AND RbTAIL. TOBACCO,
i'llx ami Smokers' Articles. IS
LAS ST, OMAHA, Ntjl, Opposite Metro
politan liutel. Consumers an I Dealers will
Ood It to their ndvailtage to examine my stock
befose purchasing elsewhere. tnyl5-ly
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
- CP STAIES,
Bet 13th iHthSU, OMAHA.
WOMeM 1'nictIciiM'lVnllsls in the city
238rt)on-l-j Straet, Omiaa, Hssr-ska
V -0K1I, R 1!,-
Baartes, Paitrnt Wheels, Road wiijons, Trot
ting Sulkies. Skeletons, Ltudebaker's,
, Cslebratrd Wa-o s. James R.
- - H Itl's Celibiated Con
cord 1 arness
- and Whips.
Robes. Blankets. Wazon Material of all DevriD-
f tions, Spskes, Hubs, Felloes, and all klndsof
" HARD WOOD LUMBER
Tblroble Skeins, Axles and Springs,
MKS. K. II. fALMEB,
.Fashionable Dress and Cloak
Rooms. 2C2 Douzlas St. near 151b. (Up Stairs.
. ' "- .----.
" I cut from actual measurement not from
, -patterns and vljlgi-arantee satisfaction In all
yCatliBg and Fitting a Specialty.
HIGH FARXIHO LAHD 15 5EBRA3KA S
" unarm tc Mir.i.
Real estate broiers.oOce ore r Mackey.'s score.
og Dodce st. opposite cew oostoffice-
TTOUSES AND lOT&ii the dtj ciOmita,
II lorialecheaDsnd bo Eoodterm:1
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
QIMI A TT
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Zourtraa.fh Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN fc 6AU.AGEB.
SUCCESSORS TO CREIGUTOS ASD MORQAX
No. 205 Farnham Street
OABA, - - - ITEB.
WHITNEY, B AUSERKAN & CO.
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
0"JUCj:E3LA, - - IsTEB
mch27yl AOKNTS FOR THE DUPO.XT POWDER CO.
Kurtz IfloHR& (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 F&rnbam Street.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEAL15RS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
Shelf 1 Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
I'll Eeisvo w . .... . .
COH.VP11STEKIIPLOWS CUfcri VATOisT H 1 vf ' fcKB"
246 Douglas St Omaha, Xeteaskal
GEO. A. HOAGLAND,
COR. i)F DOUGLAS AND 6TH STS,, U..P. B. R. TR1CR.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
I3 Old Kentucky Whiskies and Importedoois a Specialty.
239 DOUGLAS ar, l
ICahlwcll Block,) (
B. & J. WILBUR,
Books and Stationery,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth, Street, - Omahsu, ZTeb
GENERAL AGENTS FOE ALL SCHOOLlBOOItS
JL. E. SIMPSON,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGARS.
532 FIFTEBlTa?!! ST.,
CHEIGHTON BXiOOXS. P"S
I wa. now manufacturing all varieties of candies
and will sell at
Dealers In tlilj State need not want to go Enst for CAXDI --S.
Atrial Is solicited.
It- Cor- XStlx.
SOMES and FA.RMS In 2T1.SRA.SZA
The Burllnjton and Missouri Rirer Railroad Co.. oSars best las 'st loir prices oc 10 jttn'
credit at 6 per cent. Interest, and wirhabmus premium of 20 per cent, on the smountol the
purchase, U hall the land is cultl rated, within two years from Jate ol purchase.
LARGE DEDUCION3 FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, .Loup Fork and Ejkhorn Valleys
TheB AM R. R. Co wUlse'I abonll.030.M0 acres olsplenlil main; and ajricultural Und Iq
.wcUii.src4u..Urou,lW to.7JX peracr.on Ion, crdjl
South of he Platte
Tt,.rmi.nTownsaUrgebolrotheb!StlanlInNebrass,Iaterets.lbr nunrtroai rlren.
7nJ ?SLi,i to lu railroad an I In the largest an 1 best dtrslopel pirt oi the State, a. aso in. the.
InfousrVpubUcsn Vsller- " FrdrcuU anlfull Intor-aatloq .pplr '
C. It. SC1JALLIR, At?ent B. & M. Land Office,
Or HtmtrA IxU DefArtMt, Use4,Tfe,
A . ISTEB.,
Boots and Shoes.
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