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el tbaOAtljT BEE la more
thaa doable tht of a.B7.oiher daily
jiaperpublUtaed Jn Xebraalca.
Peycte'a Eeataurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
It is suggested to Mrs. Van
Cott thatrshe pray for rain tbte eve
ning. The money subscribed for the
street railway extension is being rap
idly paid in.
There was an open air con
cert on Capitol Hill Saturday even
ing by the military band.
The Presbyterian strawberry
and ice cream festival Friday even
ing was a success.
Judge Wilbur paid over to the
City Treasurer Saturday $277 for the
school fund, collected by fines since
the first of the month.
The "public Friday" exercises
at the .North Omaha School Fri
day afternoon were of a very inter
The next and last Philharmonic
concert of the season will take
place next "Wednesday or Thursday
Col. Wilson is in town, making
arrangements to move to Lincoln,
there to reside during the construc
tion of the new postofflce building.
There was quite a heavy rain
storm prevailing along the yetern
division of the Union Pacific Fri
A mad dog pasd in his chips
near the City Hotel Saturday morn
ing. Will Peck, clerk of the house,
did it with his little revolver.
A man named John Rogers
Saturday morning made complaint
against his wife, before Judge Pea
body, charging her with livinc
in n state of adultery.
The veteran vagrant, George
Cross, formerly of Omaha, has been
heard from. He was fined $100 for
vagrancy in SL Louis, the other
day, the fine beingremitted on con
dition that he would immediately
7-ahe Bee was mistaken Fri
day in intimating that James Mc
Cartney had anything to do with
the assault upon Moses Doyle. We
are Juformed that Jie'was not pres
akri at the time.
. TMolinrrl Thissnll. for vflffrtinCV.
was Saturday morning fined $20 andj
costs, and sentenced to thirty days
in Jail, by Judge Wilbur. Big Ben
Meyers and Jack Finlcy were served
Mr. Kobert Armstrong had the
misfortune Friday evening, while
alighting from his buggy, to fall and
quite severely sprain his wrist. He
is obliged in consequence to carry
his arm in a fellng.
Anderson, Donovan and Lynch,
the notorious gang of burglars, were
brought before Judge Porter Satur
day for examination, but the case
was postponed till Tuesday next in
in order to allow time to obtain wit
nesses from Council BlufEs.
On Thursday night a couple of
Mieak thieves stole a suit of clothes
and a pair of pantaloons from some
boarders at the St. Charles Hotel.
A search was made for the articles
at the second-hand stores and pawn
shops, but no trace of them could be
found. It is supposed that the
thieves were two young men who
.registered themselves as hailing
Xrora Galesburg, Illinois.
laying of the Corner-Stoae of the Odd
On Saturday afternoon the corner-stone
of the Odd Fellows Tem
ple, north-west comer of Fourteenth
and Dodge streets, was laid with
imposing ceremonies by the mem
bers of the four lodges in this city.
There were present many visiting
Odd Fellows. v
The introductory address was
brief, being' delivered by M. W. G
M., D. McElhinney, of Nebraska
City, followed by thcsGrand Chap
lain, Rev. Jas. Paterson.
Tiie list of records, documents,
newspapers, coins, and other arti
cles, deposited in the box was read
by the .Grand Secretary, Mr. John
During the singing of a hymn
the preparations for laying the
corner-stone were completed, and
it was then lowered to its place.
Music by the" band, a prayer from
the Grand Chaplain, and re
marks by the Grand Master
followed, after which came the
oration bjr Col. John H. Keatly,
of Council Bluffs. -It was an eflbrt
fully worthy of the occasion, and re
flected ogreat deal of credit upon
the speaker. He referred to the
rise, early, history, nd progress of
the order, and paid a flowing
tribute -to its merits, virtues, ana
The ceremonies concluded by the
singing of an ode, and a benedic
tion by the Grand Chaplain.
The procession then formed again
and marched tack to'the Odd -Fellows'
Hall on Farnham street.
Ticket Agent Kimball, of
the Union Pacific, returned from
Chicago Saturday morning.
Mr. J. H. Hammond, local -mail
agent, left for the East Saturday
afternoon on business.
Col. Tyrrel, United States Pay-,
master, has returned fromapaying
off trip through, the West.
E. A. Howard, Indian Agent at
Whetstone, D. T., andL. A. Brewer,
of the same place, are at the Grand
J. H. Mountain, traveling agent
of the Chicago and Northwestern
railwaj', returned from the West
John Donnelly, manager of the
Atlantic & Pacific telegraph office
at Cleveland, is stopping at the
G. E. Hinman, who has been for
some time past the manager of the
Great Western Telegraph office in
tliis city, will leave to-morrow for
Cleveland, Ohio, which he will
make his future home for some time
tMrs. Buxton, sister-in-law of Mrs.
Feabody, and Miss Kose l'eaixxiy,
sister of Judge Peabody, arrived
last night to remain during the
Col. Litchfield, Maj. DuBois,
Captain Mix, and Maj. Chamber,
composing the Government board
for the purchase of Cavalry horses,
left for St. Joe. and other
down river points yesterday.
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
W B Williamson, Bethassey
Mo; E P Brown, Council Bluffy
John II Katley, do; M ENeal,
Wooster, O; John Gordon, do; "E
Mathews, Sioux City; J Drake,
Cincinnati; H C Hoyt, Kalamazoo;
Mich; Mrs J D Parker, Boston,
Mass; Mr S H Parker do; Win G
Caflman, Wahoo; C H Lord Chica
go; H.H Billings and family, do;
Richard Thomas, St. Paul; Wm L
James, do; Lewis Thomas, do; Wm
Marshall Des Moines, H. D Thomp
son do; C C White, Valley, U P B
R; E H Ealen Plattsmouth; E S
Adams, Ft Wayne; E Hubbard,
Nebraska City; FBoerbower, Mays
ville, Ky; L Browning, Davenport,
Dan Huston, Montana; Alex G
McDonald, do; Geo II Whimby,
Salt Lake; R W Gordon, Burling
ton. Ecal Estate Sales
Up to May SOth, 1S74.
E K Mitchell to Bail Fiher, w
hfoflot 221, Florence $112.50.
O B Selden to John R Sncad, 2
acres in ne se 7, 15, 13 $200.
John Noble to Patrick Doran, lot
6, block 20GJ, Omaha $1, COO.
Vincent Burklcy to A C Orchard,
lot 6, block 171, Omaha $109,50.
A & G B Graft", to A C Althaus,
lot 7 and wa-t half of lot G, A
Kountze's Addition $925.
J A Horbach to Churchill Parker,
lot 23 In Horhacb's First Addition
K A & G C Arthur to Ellen Schal-
ler, 2"r.8I by 217
William Krail, living at the
northeast corner of Ninth and
Dodgo streets, died very sudden
ly Friday night at eleven
o'clock, at the age of 37
years. He was employed as bar
keeper at the Green Tree Hou?e,
and worked a part of yesterday in
apparently good health. At ten
o'clock Friday night, ho began vom
Jing blood, and died within an hour
Afterwards. He has been a resident
of Shnaba for sjs years. He leaves
a wiKsand one child. The funeral
was sot-Tor a late hour this after
noon. First fruits oAbo season atjriz
zard's, 204 Farnham. First arrival
of cherries now on hand. mCOtf
The Zephyr hat,
and dozens of
MILWAUKEE BEER AT JNO.
WIRTH'S GRAND CENTRAL
BEER HALL. maySOtl
Fkesii Straw berries are splendid
at the French Cofiee House, 4S5
Twelfth streit. may 30 It
It is admitted by all that
largest an.l b st assortment of
in all the different grades ;
in all widtlis, from 3 to 12 ft wide,
Mlndow Shades and Fixtures,.
White Linen, Holland Oiled Mus
lin, and Band Snades, Spring End
less Coid a'd Lever, Fixtures with
Cords and Tussels, at
John B. Detwii.eii's,
14th st., bet Farnham ami Douglas.
lue u.'cen iree .H-ouseis now
open for the accommodation of the
public. ' .maypotG
Infornr.tioii wanted of Miss
Martha Kuton, by her brother Dan.
Address Wyoming 'Hotel, Omaha,
Neb. may30 2t
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER
ON DRAUGHT. AT TURNER
HALL. iS-t-C may 30 It
"Gilt EDQE""nnd "Ckkam ok
the Vauev." Best brands of
Piaox nm SALS
Lost A canary bird from 108
Howard street, yesterday. A liberal
reward will be given for its return.
may29t2 H. D. Siiull.
Ftitato Hants at
may 21 lOt
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street; corner 11th street,
MILWAUKEE LASER. BEER
ON DRAUGHT AT TURNER
may 30 It
The Latest Goods to be had is
at J.' H. Stein's.
SCENES IN THE JAIL
It has been Turned into a Lunatic
A Woman who .has Gone Crazy
from Disappointed Love, and
a Han who has become
Insane on the Subject
There was a lively time in the
jail all last night, a ceaseless racket
having been kept up till daylight
by a couple of lunatics confined
therein. All the other inmates of
the jail were kept awake, and the
institution seemed more like a
lunatic asylum than a place of tem
poray confinement for sane crimi
nals and persons awaiting trial for
Mrs. Catharine Connera is the
name of one of the unfortunates,
and her story is a sad one indeed.
She is a widow woman, her hus
band having died two yeare ago,
leaving her two children.
Sometime ago she was courted
and won by a young man, who
promised to marry her; but he broke
lii- word and was soon after wedded
to another. This cruel treatment al
most broke her heart, and she began
brooding over the disappointment
till at last her mind began to wan
der, and she became entirely crazy.
Last week she commenced to abuse
and starve her children, and when
it became known to the neighbors,
they had her arrested and taken to
jail, where she has si nee been kept
She was formerly a stout, good
looking, young woman, not yet 30
years old, but she has now grown
to a mere skeleton; her checks
have sunk, and her eyes have the
peculiar expression of madness.
Last night in her cell, she upset
everything, tore her clothes all off
from her, and raved in the most
boisterous manner at times, alter
nating with the most piteous moans.
She would then become silent; fix
her oye3 on a certain point; and
stare uninterruptedly at it for an
hour or more. She presents a most
pitiable sight, as she is but the mere
shadow of farmer herself.
There is not room at the present
time for her in the Lunatic Asylum,
and sho will have to be kept here
till accommodations can be pro
vided for her.
The other unfortunate is William
Beal, a San Francisco liquor mer
chant, who became crazy on a
Union Pacific train, and of whom
mention was made in the Bee a day
or two ago. His mind has become
turned on the subject of religion.
He imagines the day Ls not far dis
tand when all will be called to ac
count for their sins. He is constantly
talking on religion, and thinks he
has been called upon to spread the
If he should be released to-day he
would at once proceed to the
churches and "declare himself."
He, too, raided a disturbance all
night long, and greatly aided to turn
the jail into a mad-house. He is a
find looking, and intelligent appear
ing mnn, and will probably be
taken charge of in a few days by
bis San Francisco friends, who
have been telegiaphed and writ
THE 3EEE QUESTIOff IK QaliHA.
High price of hops and malt are
the causes of the universal rise in
the price, of beer. The breweries of
St. Lewis raised their price to $11
per barrel on Maj" first, and the
Omaha brewers resolved in view of
the high price of coalaud small sales
during the winter season to raise
their fprices to $12 per barrpl.
How the written compact was kept
is already well understood by deal
ers as well as (he public. The
br4ver who mounted the tallest
horse havodt)mr-U,h tall craw
fishing, consequently we have come
to our admirable argument with our
cu-tomors and propose hereafter to
sell our beer
AT ELEVEN DOLLARS.
Thi is one dollar above the rate
charged by the other brewers. On
the other hand wo propose to dis
continue the manuf.u)ti?rp and sale
of young beer, and deliver only
lager beer. We have also decided
not to deal with new customers
during thesummerseason; a change
which will doubtless bo of advan
tage to our old customers. As to the
future prices of beer, we shall hence
forth seek to come to an under
standing with our respective cus
tomers, and will under no circum
stances be influenced by other
brewers. Already during the
mouth of March, one of the most
prominent brewers declared, to me
(Philip Met,) that ho could not
earn his salt at $10.00 per barrel.
Now that the profits on lager
beer are oven slimmer, he will, in
order not to give up the luxurious
tiwte of salt, have to partake of an
occasional herring lunch.
Metz & Euotjiei:.
The following dealers sell our
beer: George Kleflher, Urlau &
Brother, Alex Daemon, Eb Dallow,
Julius Thielo, Timothy Kelley,.
Frank Walther, Fred lange, David
Schwenck, Ben Lange, Lango &
Franz, Philip Koch, Henry Holl
sted, Henry Nautrc, Joseph HIerb,
ChasHascrodt, Henry Camenzind,
Geo. H. Peterson, the pioneer
cigar manufacturer, keeps con
stantly on hand the very "best
brands of cigars, and also Lone
Jack, Fruits and Flowers,and
"Durham" Smoking- Tobacco.
211 Douglas streot."
For Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Burkley.
. aPr11" f
Zso liquors, but lemonade, seltiCT
and soda water, cider and splendid
ice cream, etc, to bo had at the
French Coffee House, 4S5 12th
street Separate room for ladies.
A Midnight Intruder Hearty
Frie-atens the life out of. Two
Ladies, Who Scare him
Away by Cries of
Persons living in the vicinity of
the intersection of Eighth and
Harney sts., were aroused from their
peaceful slumbers Saturday night
about one o'clock, bj the repeated
cries of "murder!" "help!" &c,
proceeding from the house of Mrs.
Snurgcsn. on the south side of
' Eighth street, second door east of
narney. A large number of gentle
men sprang from their beds, hastily
donned their clothes, and rushed
out, expecting to find that a horrible
murder had been committed. They
were agreeably disappointed in this,
as no blood had been shed. The
cries had been raised by two un
protected females, Mrs. Spurgeon
and a young lady who is boarding
with her. It appears that some un
known villain had procured a lad
der from John Frank's stable,
placed it against the rear porch,
climbed up, cut a hole through a
mosquito net, through which he
reached his hand and unboltfll the
door. He then walked into the room
and found Mrs. Spurgeon sleeping
on the bed, while the young lady
was lying on a quilt spread at the
foot of the bed, on the floor. The
bolddntruder's operations, evident
ly in search of plunder, awakened
the ladies, who, when they saw a
man standing in their room, gave a
unanimous shout of "murder," and
called for help. The fellow wanted
them to hush,"" but they wouldn't
hush, and the bold barman, seeing
assistance coming in answer to the
ladies' plaintive appeals, retreated,
jumped down from the porch to the
ground, about eighteen feet,
and dug out over the . pota-toe-hills,
fences, etc., and
far away. The neighbors came in
to find the ladies entirely unnerved
and overcome with fear and excite
ment, and they passed the remain
der of the night in a very uneasy
manner, not being able to go to
sleep, although a man slept there
till morning to protect them.
It was a very bold transaction,
and the man evidently expected to
make a good haul, as he must have
known the ladies were alone.
MILWAUKEE BEER AT JNO
WIRTH'S GRAND CENTRAL
BEER HALL. may30tl
Even Children cry after Bunco's
John Damon will open his new
Volk's (People's) Hall at 17G
Farnham street, on Monday, June
1st. The Volk's (People's) Hall
recommends itself, on account of
the convenient location, and the
most fastidious arrangement of the
place. On the opening day, the
proprietor will set an excellent
lunch, and intends always to keep
tjio finest liquors and cigars, also
every brand of boer, brewed in this
city, and imported beer from Mil
waukee, will be kept on draught,
and the brewer, whoso beer the pub
lic pronounces to be the best, will
rcoolvo a premium of $10.
We anticipate that J. Damon vjli
soon be doing a lively business, as
he lias In fitting up the Volk's Hall
spared no expense in making it
both pleasant and attractive, and
we would say to" the public, that if
they desire to enjoy themselves,
they should attend the opening next
Monday: Good music will bo in
TaIcex up Estrav. Two dry
cos; one brindle and one roan.
Thoovnercaiihave them by call
ing on R. W. Carpenter west (JTlui?
ha, and paying damages.
may 29 2t
A few day loarders wanted at 505
29-Gt Mrs. Jenny Weatiikhs.
Auction sale of fine furniture, car
pets, etc., on Monday, June 1st, on
the premises No. 273 Webster street,
between 19th and 20th, commencing
at 10 o'clock.
Gray & Allen,
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St.,bet. Farnham and Douglas.
Buy cigars at Sundblad's, 48-1
13th street, bet Farnham an Harney
Seven rooms suitable, for offices,
ooinGr of Fifteen tli and Douglas
streets. Inquire of tilihs. J, Kar
bach. niaylG 2w
Pacific House, Tenth and Daven
port struct; rp-opencd to-day, and
refurnished throughout. Ajesjrable
place for bonders, by tho day or
week. Prices to suit the time?. Also
the south part of the hou3e to rent.
I am still manufacturing candies,
Call around dealers, before laying in
your Fourth of July stock.
maj-27 tf II. L. Latey,
Corner 12th and Douglas,
A new and elegantly appointed
Ice Cream Jirlor, has been opened
on Farnham street, by Mrs. M.
Giesler, in connection with her
confectionery. All who delight in
indulging in lens are requested to
call. m27 Gt
Ojiaha, May 25, 1S74.
For Sale Cheap. A No. 1 Top
Buggy. I also want to buy a large,
young horse, for family carriage.
maySGtf G. W. Homan, Jit
"" "" r 1)11 V
Now is the accepted uu..
goods at rates to suit the times, for
cash at J. H. Stein, j
RETURNED TO HIS OLD LOVE.
A German Granger In Search of a
Wife, Seeks his Old Sweet
heart, now a Widow, and
is Coldly Refused a
A Heart-Rending Tale.
Saturday evening, in front of the
Variety Bazar, quite a large crowd
gathered around an honest German
farmer, living near West Point, to
listen to a tale of woe that he
was relating in his native tongue,
and which was translated by one of
the Germans present. It appears
that a young woman had
promised to marry him about three
years ago, but had gone square back
on hini, and married another man,
who was better heeled financially
than he. After living together for
some time, the couple quarreled and
,separated, and the girl came" o
Omaha and worked out as a servant.
In the meantime affairs had
prospered with the disappointed
Teuton, who had improved his 1G0
acres of homestead,built a house and
stable, acquired plenty of pigs and
chickens, and a good ox; team. All
that he wanted now to make his life
happy was a wife, ,aud his mind
lightly turned tOi thoughts of love.
He remembered Jiis old sweetheart,
and learning that she was in Oma
ha he came here to interview her,
and, if possible, induce her to re
turn with him as his wife. He had
a good ox team, he said, to convey
her in good stylo from the cars to
his homestead. He was now anx
ious to find out the house.where she
was employed. While relating tills
simple story, tho tears rolled
down on his cheeks, and
be concluded with saying
that he thought she would surely
consent to become the partner of
hh wealth, his bosom, and his joys
and his sorrows, if ho could only
see her. He, had in his hand a let
ter, directing him to the house
where she was stopping, and after
being informed the way to it, he
left, confident no doubt that his
hopes would be realized. .But, alas!
they were'h't:. The girl, as we were
yesterday, informed, although
admitting him toher presence, de
clined his tempting offers, prefer
ring to wash dishes and make up
beds rather than to become an hon
est flourishing German granger's
wife on a homestead. The twice
disappointed4man returned yesterday
to his plantation almost heart-,
broken, uv coorsc, and meditating
upon the uncertainties of love and
the unaccountable tastes and ideas
Saturday, May 30, 1874.
Board met at the usual hour.
Present Commissioners McAr
dle, Knight and Red field.
The minutes of last meeting were
read and approved.
Dr. McClelland, county physician,
reported twenty paupers, in the poor
house. ' - '
Commissioner Red field submitted
a notice received by him, stating
that the U. P. Railroad company
will appeal from the decision of the
county commissioners sitting as a
board of equalization, whereby said
board decided upon and fixed the
value for the purposes of taxation
for the year 1874 of the west half of
the Missouri river bridge at Omaha,
at $550,000, to the next term of the
'A petition was presented, signed
by D. L. Thomas and 30 others,
asking that John N. Fisher be ap
pointed constable for Omaha pre
cinct No. G.
On motion, said appointment was
made as prayed for, and the official
bond of said Fiiher was presented
Leases were ordered made for the
following school land :
E hf ne 16, 15, 10, toF W Corliss;
w hf ne 16, 15, 10, to D R Ball.
George Smith, Commissioner, was
directed to survey and locate q, road
junnlng from a point on the east
line of section rsri'-lSr It-J 1,-nQrth
to the sc corner of section 7, thence
east 5 miles to se corner of section
12, in said township.
The following accounts were al
lowed: S DBeals on acct., Co. Supt., $21 20
D Baldwin, building brigO'i 84 00
i1 Lemon, repairing big l'aplo
Reeves, taking care of and
burying paupers, - -
Annie C Storer, services for
Maj. - - - -F
Millins, coods for poor,
Adjqurued to Saturday, June tho
Gth, 1 874. Lewis'SReed,
Omaha, May 30, '74.
To the public and my patrons par
ticularly : J would ask them to be
patient so tiiat 1 may remedy an
evil that has existed for some time.
Every intelligent man who patron
ises merchant tailors knows that we
havo to pay such high prices for
labor that it drives trade out of
town, and owing to this cause
my pay roll weekly averages
$225, when it sjioujd amount to
$500, other cniployers pr,y propor
tionably large, ami all this money
spent in town. NowJ ask every
intelligent rnechanic and business
man lias he not to pay more in prc
portion for clothing than anythjng
else? To remedy the difficulty I
have discharged all the men in my
employment who have conie twice
this week " en masse" to pie, and
dictated not only the prices, I
will be obliged to pay them, but
also whatparticular garment certain
employes shall work on. I wish to
state to my customers I will be
able to fill all orders in a few days,
as I havo written o Chicago and
other placei'for men to pome on Im
mediately. "Yours truly,
M. J. O'Neil.
For soda and mineral water, Pe
ruvian beerand ginger ale,patronizo
the "statue," the costliest and most
magnificent soda apparatus evpr
constructed and now running in full
blast at Ish's Farnham street drug
store dispensing the most delicious
and cooling drinks in the city,
Type For Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type, of
which this U a sample, weighing 600
lbs. Tim type has been in use on
the Doily Bee les3 than one year,
and 13 nearly aa good sanejur
""" terms &c, address
may22tf. Publisher of the Bee.
W. B. Loring- & Co.
In Addition to the Samples Ad
vertised Hay ba Fonnd a Lot of
Goods which we Obtained at a
Very low Figure and are
Selling at Extremely Low
w t Following Price
A lot of Gray Bro's, ladies'
French kid button shoes .$3 75
A lot of Gray Bro's IS thread
serge polish (these are a
bargain) 2 25
A lot of ladies' high cut polish, 1 50
Ladies' serge button,(an elegant
shoe 2 50
Ladies' kid serge foxed button... 3 00
A lot of ladies' fine goat, kid,
and grain polish, at...l 50 and 2 00
A lot of ladies' fine glove calf
Polish, sewed, at 2 50
A lot of misses fine serge Pol
ish 1 40
A lot of Misses' line kid, goat
and grain polish 1 25, 1 50 & 1 75
A lot of children's fine kid
magnolias 1 00
A lot of children's fine Phila
delphia kid, with sergo tops
and goat polish 1 00 and 1 25
A lot of children's kid and
grain silver tips, at... 75c and 90
A lot of men's summer boots at 2 25
do fine calf do
do summer shoes 175
A lot of men's low cut Oxfords,
cheap 1 75
A lot of fine sewed shoes, boys'.
bals 1 50
Youth's, 2 25,boys' Oxford's, 2 25
youth's, 2 00 "
TO CLOSE OUT
a few lines of our GENTS' CUS
TOM WORK, consisting of Bals,
Alexis and Congress, we have mark
ed them them down to an exceed
ingly low price.
The above comprises only a few of
our prices an examination of the
stock will show you some extra
W. B. Lorinq & Co.,
Corner Farnham and Fourteenth
streets, opposite Grand Central Ho
tel, may 30 It
Copies of city charter for sale at
the Bee office tf
NOTICE. -Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, Found, Boarding, c, wlU
be inserted In these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line.; each subsequent insertion.
FIVE CEFIS per line. The hrst insertion
nerer ltssthan TWE"TY-FIVE CENTS,
FOR BEST. Furnished or unfurnished
rooms over mj- store, cor. Douglas and 12.
ne but good respectable parties need apply.
Akoa good 1'iano lor rent cheap. niySOJt
FOR KENT. A desirable room suitable for
one or two gentlemen. Northwest corner
ol lith and Harney. mySOit
FRONT KOOM TO LEX at No. 353 Thir.
teenth s.rect. m 19 3t.
WANTED. By a thoroughly competent
Book-i.eeper, just arrived from the East,
a situation. First class rerercisces. ddrtss
K. O.I. Office, of Omaha Bpi n293t
WANTED Two good farm hands want a
situation uin a farm no; t o far from
Omaha. Apply immediately at the Bke f
fice, may 29
WANT ED- A servant gr. EnQulr
AV.Ambro.e, corner of 20th and
ham street. m :
Enquire o JG.
TO LET. -From June lit a small house one
block from the PostOnlco. Applvat tLe
Cozzeus llou, 9th street. m2C tf
FOU HEST. A housi containing six rooms
all in Rood repair. Enquire oi George W.
Homan, comer of Harney and 13th streets,
EOR SALE-1C0 acres of land, being the NE
Koffecl8, in township 13, N of K 4 E. in
the SE part of Buttler county, 30 miles North
west of Lincoln. A well improved farm adjoins
it on thewct, and country all aiound it is
thickly settled- Will sell for $500, one half
down, balance in one year, or S3 00 per acre jn
cash, or will trade for city proiwrty. Apply to
my21tf ANDREW KOSEWATlSft.
Ala-stamo quartz mill, hou'e, shop barn
and mine in the silver mines of Nevada,
for sale cheap. Cheap for cah. Address P O
Box 171, Jlarysviile, Mo. c3ds-4t
WANTED A girl to do general housewore,
German preterreU. Apply n wcor Burt
and 23d street. Also a nurse sirl wanted
TESIEABLE BLSIDENCE PROPERTY,
jlj im several vacant lots, ana larm lands
pUBLIC BALE OF CITY LOTS-Durlnc
X the first week In June next (the day to be
hereafter designated,) I will oner at public sale
about 30 lots, being the remainder qf my intu
fstiuNtlson'sAddltloa to the f ity of Omaha.
Two of theo lots are full acre, extending from
Cumming to Burt streets, and some of the
others arc finely located, eligible lots, within
four squares of the street railway. 'Ihe lots
will be designated oa theground so that rar
tiescan readily see them. Terms, one third
cash with balance in one and two years. For
further Information apply at the office of By
ron i:eed A. Co. JOSEPH 11 NELSON.
RQST PARLOR FOR RENT-Apply 377
ijtminjriBt oei ioinanuiutu sis. mylbtl
TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
purcbased and put upon the streets as
pub ic conveyances, some of the finest carriages
eternianufaciured in this country. They will be
run toandlrom the depots, hotels and private
residences. All orde left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, br ;; tho stable, J.ca a e cor of Eleventh
st and Capit il Avenue, will bo promptly at
tended to. A shara of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
I?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
E PROPERTY One section choke land, on
thebigbendoftheltepublican River, r-uckols
County. Inquire of At MINSKI.
inyM-ml Corllamevand IStb ts
WANTED-bervant gjtlj, carpenters, farm
hand, laborors, etc , ira-nrdiafely, at
tho empliymsatoiace.roow 9 Visscher 'ablock.
EOR SALE. I will sell gool second hand
carriages and bucgles low for cssh pr trade.
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
Pj6tf O. W.HoMAjr.
REALcata'efor sale In Armstrong A Nel
son's additions. Address, S. J. C BkX
171QR SALE A Singer s winz machine,
; new. Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
R SALE One set parlor furn'ture : also
a piano. Iuquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
WANTED A cheap tnu in-excnange for
merchandise. Address, Farmer. BK
EOR SALE OR RENT xo.X Chicago st
HARRIS, TAFTA WOODMAN,
p2l Oil MilL
FOR SALE OR HEST A farm of 12J acre
with house and (urn, situated one half mile
west of the Barracks; inquire of
mchlCtl 1). P. REDMOND.
Academy of Music!
TUESDAY JUtfE .
Cal. Wagner's Minstrels!
AND BRASS BAND.
22 Performers 22
ErerTthl:i2 tiir anil nirb!fncr. m.-v
pewsonn and Jokes. KwrreJ solU at Wy- I
man 4 Eterhart's Variety fetore. I
. ,r ..? ROSES BAUM, Presi Aeent.
w- HCTBlCXIiAiP, Qen'l'Agenj.3 ,
"" "u-'-iauo uousivt.ijnu otnees to rent cheap, fr -to
good tenants" Appiy to Joux E. Kellkt,
Attorney at Law, at French &. McKoon's office. I S,
i.uuiu.u. a, iTeijiitou Muck. BlvlSlI I y
- -T'" "
AXE ABOUT THE WATER WORKS
The central city of the West
Quite proud of late has grown,
Atd feels it can no longer wait
A good sized pond to own.
The greatest cities of the world
Who wish to cut a swell,
At once erect a reservoir
Upon their highest hiU.
We read in the days of Ncab.
That water woiks were tried;
The trouble was Uey had no sewers,
And to the people died.
Let us then remember
If water works we try, -To
put in seweia good and strong.
And make our strteti quite dry
And when the thing is done
We'll celebrate at once,
"Then everybody In the town
WiU bey their haU ot Bunee.
For all new styles that i ow are out,
Some fifty kinds or more.
You'U find them cheap at Bunce's
Famous New York store.
Th Caimp'oa Hitter of the West, o Douj
How Meat Marlset.
SPAUI.DIAG 4fe JOCnDAS.
14th St. Bet. Farnbam and Harney,
mebl5-2m Oppo lte the Grand Central
OK fn OOA FER DAT- Agtntswant
2)0 lu ?A) ed. All classes of work
ing people of either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their spare mo
ments or alf tho time, than at anything else.
Address STINSON & CO., Portland, Maine
novSrl ioo,coo aches i
BICH FABMIHQ LAND IH NEBBA9KA2
HOUSES AND LOTS In the city of Omaha,
for saJecheaoand on eood terms.
BOGGS A lllXI.
Real estate brokers,of&ce over Mickey's store,
on Dodge at. opposite cew pnstoffice- ap30m2
Frsatimg an i 5th ud Walsatit!
St. Loiiis, - Mo.
Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-class in all its
appointments. Its tables are at all times sup-
S lied in the greatest abundance, with all the
ellracles the markets 'afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentive to the
wants of the guests of the hotel. There is an
improved eleva'or leading from the firtt floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
icket offices, news stand, and western Anion
telegraph olBie in the Kotunda of hotel.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIGGS YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
Wood $7 00 ; Soft S 00. Stove Wcod to suit
any number of stove very cheap. aplStf
MRS. J. E.VASDERCOOK
Residence and. office 220 Dodge at bet 11th and
Special attention paid toTobstetricj and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. I9tf.
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
they are now ready to furnish HY
DRAULIC CEMENT, of the very best quality,
andinanyquantity.eitherat the factory, which
is located at Beatrice,Ncb., or at the Pipe works
In Omaha They also are prepared to fiuimh
all kinds ofCtMENT PIPING for SEWERAG E.
nRAIKAGE, ETC," Atfo manufacture all
styles of CHIMNEY WORK. WE G U ARAN
TEE OUR CEMENT TO BE EQUAL TO ANY
HYDRAULIC CEMENT MAN UFACTURED
IN THE UNITED STATES.
M-ORDERS FROM" DEALERS RESPECT
BLITRICE hydraulic cement
& riP co.
OMAHA - NEBBASKA.
II. tKIBC c. J. KARBACII.
(JKEltE tc KARBACII,
13th st. Letween Farnham and srney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES AND CARRllGKg.
Dealers in and manufacturers ot
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Repairing! wagons and MackTOUhlng
promptly done at reasonable pike mydweui
455 Harnoy street, between 14th and 15th.
Carriage sua Wagon Making
In all it Branches, in the Litest and most
HORSE SHOEING AND BLAUKSMITHIMG
and repairing done on short notice,
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
Bet. 13th L 14th Sts., OMAHA.
WOMest l'nictlcIiHr lVuilsta in the city
la SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Bat Maters. My prices
are awa below ! these small dealers,
have 300 In atock, ami WILL NOT
be undersold ! Make no mistake !
see the "BAJ5AR" Leforcbuying, or
writo for prioea. You Mive dollars
by ho doing, gee the new
' BOSTON CANOPY TOPS"
Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRfOES J for caMi.- Imake
a specialty " of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
T V VIBTCE OF AWEITOF EXECUTION
J Issued oat ol tbe DisTiet Court for
Cumins County Nebraska, and to me directed,
I willon the 3d of day June, A I) -187 Vt 10
o'clock a m ol aild day, atth store room of Al
bert Tucker No 2J1 Douglas itreet, la the City
ol Omaha, and County of Douglas, in aald State,
aell at auction the following descrlbfU Prop
erly, leried upon to tatisTy a jndgemnt of said
Court, recoTered by n U nenry, azalnf A lbcrt
Tucker, to wit: Eighty-fire cases of men's and
boys' boots. ZJ cases of shoes ; also all tho retail
slock of boots and shoes coftaine I in said store;
also a small line tf hats and cap ; also the fol
lowing .described afore and office furniture:
Two lousflos, 1 desk, 1 stoic and pipe, 2 chairs,
1 show e and 1 letter press, or so much of
the said goads as tf necessary to satisfy aaid
ludnaeataad teats, and arcrulnzcmts thereon.
4 AlFliED BUBLETT,
MR. JOHN RATH The
are prepared to LABEL our goods wl h their NAMES
li -10KNT FOB
as raaunhctuetd expressly for them.
OCEAN STEAMERS. MV;-ai.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
OMAHA, - - . - USTIEIB
mehl32y ' -"- ' ' ' '
MORGAN & GALLAGEK.
-SUCCESSORS TO CREIGHTON AND MORGAN
No. 205 Farnham Street
Qiif33 - - - ' lETIEB.
WHITNEY, B AUSEKMAN & CO.
ITo. 247 Douglas Street,
OMAHA, - - USTIEIB
mchZ7rl AGENTS FOR THK DUPQNT TOWDEU CO.
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES nncl ffOHOXS.
231 FarnJaam. Street,
OMAlA, - lETIEB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY gOGDS
JOHN T. ED&A.R,
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
COttN-PtAXTKKS PLOW-., Cl,riVAToisT II ' EEUE"S
246 Douglas St., Omaha,' Nebraska.
GEO. A, HOAGLAND,
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6TAST3., U..P. B.-R, TBACR.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes;
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
Wip, Liquors, Cigars,
Flaa Old Kentucky WhNkicsand Imported Wood a Spccltl'y.
23(9c5a3J- OZMIAELA., ZLSTEIIB.
A. :e. s i :m: up s o zlst,
MANUTACTUIlEB AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGA&i
532 FIFTEBITTH ST.,
cnEiaaTosr bzjOozc. n&na
HOMES and FARICS Z2T NIEHASZA
The Barlin'toa and Missouri Hirer Siliroal C)..o.1rs belt lau'sat low orlces oi 10 rears'
ereditatGpertrnt.Interrst, anl wlhahmiis pre-uluioof 29 per cent, on the amount of the
'purchase, if half the bn 1 Uxaltiratel, within two yeirn from Jste of purchase.
LARGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
Norlh of Platte, Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
Th B. A If. R. B. G. will se'I ab-ktl ".O0O.OW a-ei of sVon II I tritln ; in I agricultural land in
a well waterol rouulry,;jt Irojj il-fi WS7.W pracroon lonjcredlt.
South of he Platte
TheCousiany owmalawbolr o'the brtlanl laNebraVta, Interia-telbr nu-neroui riw.
and a liaceut to its railroil an1 In th) Lu-.-rtt n t belt dsrelops I part of th State, ai alia in the
too ji tf rpuMJcau VaUey. ForcirciU s an 1 fulllnforaatlon apply to
C. B. SCHALLEK, Asont B. & M. Land Office,
Cor of Xiatli aa4 Faraaaa St., Oma'ia.
Or Ueiier.il Laa4 Peprteit, Llacolo.Xcli
HATS & HA2TSS2T,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
AND DEALERS 'N
Pip83, Tobaccos, Etc.
attention of dealers Is called to the fact that ne
Boots and Shoes.
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