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THE OMAHA BEE
" THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA. DAILI BEE
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CUT Wktumouth, Council Bluttnd Burllng
S'dne" 1 10SW si m.. cloaes t 30 m. m. unl
iftLou'ts and St. Joseph, due at 10 a. m.
ad 17 p. in.: closes at 1:15 p. m. and 1:SD a. m.
Ofliee open Sundays lroin 12 U)l p. m.
" ( E. YOST. Postmaster.
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LVilOl or IheDAlCT IKE Umore
tt.K doable tbt.of aaylolMcr Uy
pspcrpnblUbrd.tn Kebnslu.
Peycke'a Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnuara street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feL24tf
OMAHA BREVITIES.
The Omaha Excelsior for June
contains a view of Omaha from the
Iowa side of the river.
The Guardian for June is out.
The first page is embellished with a
cut of the new Trinity cathedral.
A government sale of dam
aged quartermaster's goods is in
progress at the corral in this city.
Councilman James Stephenson
has had his hair cropped so close to
his head that it would be impossible
for Councilman Marsh to scalp him.
The funeral procession of Mrs.
Patrick"Vhelan,yestenlayafternoon,
was the longest line that was ever
seen in this city.
The fire last night was at the
residence of Policeman Maroney.
It was put out with buckets of wa
ter, before the arrival of the fire de
partment, which had been called.
The damage was slight.
The next minstrel entertain
ment will be by Beanmont & Nor
ton's troupe, a new organization,
but said to be one of the best in the
country. They will play at the
Academy of Music next Monday
evening.
Lars Basmusson, who was con
firn:ed as a policeman, by
the City Council, has been a clerk
for some time past at Schneider's
hardware store, and is a first rate
man. Richard M. Clark, (colored,)
the other new policeman, has for
several years pa"st been a porter on
the Pullman palace cars, and is in
every respect a good appointment.
On Sunday afternoon last quite
a large crowd of people visited
Hanscom Park, and some eight or
ten families had a little picnic
there. This park, even with the
improvements made last year, is a
most attractive and romantic spot,
- and is already becoming a popular
resort. The territory in its vicinity
is fast being settled up, and at no
distant day this portion of Omaha
will bo one of the most desirable
parts of the city for residence.
There is a probability that the
atreet railway will bo laid along St
jaary's avenue to the park, even if
" the- property-holders around the
park have to do it, and run it them
selves. According to the condi
Uons of the deed of gift to the city,
1 tbe-suni of.$4,000 is to be expended
in improvements during the present
summer. The work will be re
sumed in July. To those of our
citizens who have not yet visited
the park, we advise them either to
takeawalkora drive oat there,
where an agreeable surprise awaits
them. At the meeting of the City
Council last evening the committee
on public grounds and improve
ments was instructed to correspond
.withiail'kcape gardeners, to obtain
ornamental designs tor the Teauti
fying of the Park ; and the commit
tee was further directed to h&ve
erected two'swings and a suitable
stand for theaccomrrodation of pic
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ttjes and excursions.
A boy named George Keys was
arrested and brought before the Po
i;, nnnrt. vpsttcrdav. for threat
ening to shoot He was lectured
and discharged.
The festival at Shoafs Hall last
night for the benefit of the Sisters'
of Mercy, was largely attended.aud
was a success in every way. uanc
Ing was the chief attraction. Re
freshments were furnished in the
hall, and the tables were most liber
ally patronized. About $300 was
cleared.
nuii thp imdertaKer. nas m
Bwi -
vpsted " 000 in a magnificent new n anu not irum uuy tw - - - -Z,
Lived here on Man- to please Marshal Snowden or Judge
u.,
day last. It was manufactured in
Rochester, N. Y., by James Cun
ningham, and was made especially
to order for Mr. Gish. It is richly
ornamented with costly curtains,
gold fringe and tassels, and silver
railings inside mid out. The Clar
ence front and back, as well as the
silver lamps, give it an imposing
appearance. It is supplied with a
full set of emblems, so that it can
be used for Catholic, Protestant, or
society burial1?. There are but three
other hearses in the United States
that equal this in magnificence. It
was used for the first time yes
terday, and as the long line moved
alone the streets, this princely car
riage for the dead, was greatly ad
mired bv all who saw it
Perional-
Ex-Governor Paddock is at the
Wi'oming.
D. E. Beadle, ofPapillion, is stop
ping at the Grand Central.
General John O'Neill is at the
Metropolitan.
Judge J. W. Carter, of Beatrice,
is at the "Wyoming.
"Walter Craig, of Cadiz, Ohio, isat
the Wyoming.
n "V. TTodskin. of Lincoln, is
registered at the "Wyoming.
F. E. Washburn, of New York,
is at the Grand Central.
Hon. Elam Clark, of Fort Cal
houn, is a Metropolitan Hotel guest
Q. V. Lantry, of the Blair
Tunes, is at the Metropolitan.
Mr. F. Roper, a prominent pjti
zen of Beatrice, is at the Wyoming
Hotel.
Mrs. G. D. Irish and family will
go East to-morrow to spend the
summer months..
W. H. Ijams left for Salt Lake yes
teday on business in connection
with the Silver Belt Mining Com
pany. D. H. Wheeler, of Plattsmouth,
is registered at the Grand Central
hotel.
Z. Wilkins, traveling agent of the
K. C, St. Joe & C. B. railway, went
West yesterday bound for San Fran
cisco, being accompanied by a lunch
besket and a tack-hammer.
Sam. Jones came in Monday
night from his plantation, sixty-five
miles northwest of Omaha, to visit
his friends and to transact some bus
iness. -Sam. looked sun-burned and
healthy, and with ills long hair, re
sembled Bufliilo Bill. We should
not be surprised to see him in the
LeuhJaturo within a year or two.
He returned to his ratiche yesterday
morning.
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
O M Fisk, Frank Fisk Fuller,
Salt Lake; H L Cooper, Chicago; C
B Croke, Boone, Ind.; J Wilcox,
Wyant, 111.; R R McMullan, Quin
cy; L T Conant, New London, O;
J Sheppanl, W B Bobbins, Wm In
gram, A H Fisher, H W Getz, Geo.
Howe, C W Alemy, Jas D Raney,
Chicago; Miss J Allen, Red Oak; F
H Baack, Sheboygan, Wis; Jas W
Laurie, San Francisco; II McVicker,
North Bend, Ind; W G Ilesser,
Plattsmouth; S REly, Kansas City;
N W Kibler, Pittsfield, Ills; O M
Morris, A F Hills, Milton, Ills Wm
Kluman an wife, San Francisco; W
D Gennes, Charles L Farley and
family, Pittsfield, 111; RXHodskin,
Lincoln; J W Carter, Beatrice; E P
Doyle, Chicago; P H Hughes, Rich
land, Neb ; W H Wallace, Iowa.
The State Medical Sooiety.
At the meeting of the State Medi
cal Society at the Grand Central
Hotel Tuesday afternoon, there
were present the following mem
bers: Dr. 1 r. P. Mathewson, Oma
ha, President; Dr. S. D. Mercer,
Omaha, Secretary ; Dr. John Black,
Plattsmouth; Dr. A. Bowen, Ne
braska City ; Dr. J. O. Carter, Lin
coln ; Dr. J. C. Campbell, Nebraska
City ; Dr. II. R. Benjamin, Omaha ;
Dr. R. N. Wilcox, Sutton City; Dr.
F. G. Fuller, Lincoln ; Dr. Harvey
Link, Millard ; Dr. V. H. Coflhian,
Omaha; Dr. Robert R. Livingston,
Plattsmouth; Dr. J. R. Conkling,
Omaha; Dr. Theo. L. Baumer,
Omaha ; Dr. J. C. Denise, Omaha ;
Dr. G. Tiiden, Omaha ; Dr. J. H.
Peabody, Omaha.
After the transaction of some
preliminary business the medicine'
men we.e invited to a social re
union by Dr. Mathewson at his resi
dence in the evening.
On the suggestion of Dr. Moore, a
drive to the Barracks ami about the
city, waj the next thing in order.
The ride wa3 greatly enjoyed, and
in the cening a pleasant time was
had at D.-. Mathewson's residence.
At nine o'clock yesterday morn
ing the Society resumed its businesf.
Among those who put in an ap
pearance, in addition to the mem
bers a!ve mentioned, were Dr.
Larsh and Dr. Whitten ofNebraska
City, and Dr. Monell of Omaha.
Dr. Livingston, correspondingsec
retary, made a report reviewing the
proceedings of the State Medical
Society.
The committees on obstetrics,
practice of medicine, and forensic
medicine, made reports reviewing
the progress of the profession in the
department of each.
At nine o'clock last evening the
members were entertained by the
Omaha Medical Society, who
gave them a supper at the Grand
Central Hotel.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
famfcainsjreet, corner 11th street.
may 7-tt
A Few Tacti.
The orderly and quiet condition
of our city is now justly a matter
of congratulation. Nowhere is there
less crime in a railroad and travel
center the size of Omaha ; nowhere
is crime pursued with more persis
tence or with better success. These
are facts which appeal to the good
sense of all who live here and who
take pains to observe the condition
of affairs.
"When crime was rampant nere
the BeraW was not slow to expose
it day by day, as all candid men,
friends and enemies alike, will bear
witness andwe make thisstatement
of the changed situation of to-day
Km.ao truth and iustice demand
A . ... nnnnAini IIMSIII'
AVilhnr. These officers, are aoiug
good service, and itcisfor the benefit
of all parties that their work should
be recognized. Yet in the midst of
these labors the police control and
management of the city is aiuichcu
with great bitterness in the Bee, in
a series of articles from which a
stranger might suppose that there
really is a sink of iniquity some
vhpm between Judee Wilbur and
Marshal Snowden, which these gen
tlemen are doing their best to con
ceal. Herald.
The Bee has not denied that
"order and quiet" now prevail in
in the city, but it did set forth
certain facts which went to show
that the police business under Uie
Marshalship of Mr. Snowden was
not being carried on, in certain re
spects, as it should be, either by
him or his policemen. Crime may
be pursued with persistence and suc
cess, but it has not been pursueu in
the manner laid down by law.
The Herald quotes Judge Wil
bur's letter, and says it knocks the
bottom out of all the facts claimed
by the Bee. Not at all, Mr. Her
ald. The Herald says :
"Here rests tins grave matter.
Two prostitutes arraigned at Police
Court and unable to pay their fines
are given further time instead of be
ing sent to jau. Aiierwurus mej
are called upon by two police of
ficers, who Inform them that they
must pay their fines or go to jail, and
they raised tne money on uie spoi.
But they were called upon by the
dreadful 'go-betweens.' If Marshal
Snowden had gone himself it would
have been all right But if the Bee
man had the duties of Marshal ot
this city to perform, and should ex
ecute them as Marshal Snowden
does, he would soon find that it
would not be possible to be in every
place when work is to be done.
Nor does the law contemplate that
he shall,
The same answer applies to the
other charge of the Bee. Marshal
Snowden -makes the complaints
himself, and executes all the duties
of his office as far as he can. The
constable fees complained of are
slight, and are for work which the
Marshal cannot do-''
Tho two prostitutes referred to
were not arrainged at the Police
Court. The fines, and excessive
ones, were eolleotod from them at
midnight by two policemen, who
entered their apartments at the
hour of midnight, for that puqwse,
and without a warrant.
Another equally irregular proceed
ing was transacted a few nights
ago. Some policemen, and among
them ponstable Simpson, if we are
not mistaken, obtained. lulmittanee
to a "dress-making" establishment,
without a warrant, and arrested the
r female inmates and their gentlemen
vjsjtors and took them to the court
house, Judge Wilbur was waked up
and induced to come down n(J setr
tie the case at midnight. The lines
were assessed and paid, and the
victims of this irregular proceeding
then wended their way homeward.
Was this action although the
parties may have been committing
an offense regular?
The employment of a constable,
The Bee maintains, to do this sort
of work for the Marshal, should not
be tolerated. What are the Mar
shal and the police force intended
for? Are his and their duties to be
performed by a constable, who is
not a city officer, but who makes
his fees from the xMjrsons ho arrests?
This kind of business will be
stopped by the passage of an ordin
ance introduced by Councilman
Stephenson in the City Council last
evening, prohibiting the collection
of moneys by tho policemen, and
commanding the Marshal to serve
papers, etc.
Other facts can be produced to
show that the police system needs a
purification in many respects. It is
a fact, and the Marshal Is said to be
well aware of it, and if ho Is not he
ought to le, that one of his police
men "keeps" one or more prosti
tutes. How many fines have they
paid, and are their names on the
list?
VENTILATED STRAW HATS.
Gentlemen who have been waiting
the arrival of another invoice of
these elegant Hals at Frederick's,
are respectfully informed they arri
ved this morniny. Je 2 It
JUST RECEIVED.
J. H. Stein has just received
the
finest lot or Marsailles Vesting ever
brought to this city. je3 tf
CALIFORNIA HOUSE,
Corner Tenth and Douglas Streets,
Friday, June 5th, 1874,
GREAT .LUNCH,
Birthday & Christening Cele
bration. All are cordially invited.
june3t2 F. Haffner.
The GREATEST VARIETY OF
CHOICE TEAS in the city at JNO.
S. JOHNSON & CO., 200 Dodge
street. ALL VARIETIES of
THOSE CELEBRATED,
PERFECTLY UNCOLORED
TEAS!!! june3-5t
Pacific House, Tenth and Daven
port street; re-opened to-day, and
refurnished throughout A desirable
place for boaders, by the day or
week. Prices to suit the times. Also
the south part of the house to rent
mav25-tf
I ah still manufacturing candles.
Call around dealers, before laying in
your Fourth of July stock.
may27 tf
H. L. Latey,
Corner 12th and Douglas.
First arrival
of California fruits
jupel-tf
1 at Tizzard'8.
Bate Kail notes.
The Milo club was organized
last evening at Dr. Tilden's office.
This club is composed of young men
and members of the High, school.
The aim is to make it a gentlemen's
club. The officers elected lastoight
were J. E. Wilbur, president; F.R.
McConnell, vice president ; J. M.
Ross, recordingsecretary; F. Knight,
m!nondine secretary; J. Coffin,
C. Wnite, E. P. Peck, J. E. Wilbur,
J. M. Ross, W. B. .Wilkins, and
Robt. Churchill, board of directors.
The Stars met last evening at
Justice Hale's office for organization.
They will probably be the strongest
club in the State.
Friday- afternoon a practice
game will be played between the
Milosand the Stars, at the ground
nea- the end of the street car track.
District Court.
The following business was trans
acted yesterday in the District
Court, Judge Lake, presiding :
Wilbur vs. O'Brien. Tried to the
court; judgment against plaintiff
for costs.
Chicago Ale and Malt Company
vs. Sheaf ctal. Dismissed.
Hotel Company vs. coliman.
Leave to answer to-morrow morn
ing. ,r
Callahan et al. vs. Cropsey. Mo
tion for a new trial overruled. Judg
ment against plaintiff for costs.
Hanscom vs. Balcombe et al.
Demurrer to petition overruled,
with leave to answer Instanier.
Morrow vs. Lowe et al. Judg
ment for 51,326 78. .
McKinney vs. Harbach (eject
ment) jury trial in progress. ,
Adjourned till 8 o'clock this
morning.
Omaha, June 3.
Frank et al vs Reynolds et al.
Ex Sheriff Hoel given leave to
amend return on the attachment
herein. , ,,
Ross vs Cruickshank et al. Con
tinued on motion of defendant.
Txnvland vs Forbes et al. De
fendant's motion to continue over
rUNewton vs Lowland. Motion to
lAnilnuA rkvorrillpcl.
Hickman vs Redick et al. Leave
to answer petition by Monday next.
Hotel Co. vs Creighton et al.
Leave to amend petition.
Englecert vs. Bogel etal. Leave
to answer. , .
Bell vs Will et al. Report of re
feree confirmed.
In tho matter of tho application
f Putliorinn Johnson, (ruardiaii, to
sell tho real estate of ward
jreu-
tion denied.
McKinney vs Horbach.
concluded. No verdict had
agreed upon at last accounts.
"MpCorniick vs Moore et al.
Trial
been
Sub-
mitted to a jury with instructions
to bring in a sealed verdict in the
morning. .,..,,
'Adjournetl to njnp o'clock m the
morning.
Commuuicated.
Probable Suit for Slander.
Omaha, June 2, 1874.
The article in relation to the ar
rest of the undersigned by ope John
C. Smith for stealing corn, publish
ed some time since in your paper,
having done us a great injury, we
propose to seek redress by law
agajnst Smith. As the complaint
was false in faot aud this man,
Smith, noted as a liar by those who
know him, we would caution others
against the repetition ot any slan
derous assertions made by this man,
as wp Intend testing the question
as to the valuo of reputation in this
community.
Simon Schimff,
It Fkank Rupe.
For fii exceJent glass of soda, go
to Ish's Fanjhain strppt store.
may 15-eod-lm.
Geo, H. Peterson, the pioneer
cigar manufacturer, keops con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars, and also Lone
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas streot.
inayueodly
New drinks on draught. 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.
maylOeodlm
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks
a large assortment now invite
attention, corner Douglas and 15th
streets.
BUTTERFIED & "WlIII'l'LE.
may 4, eodtf.
The Green Tree House is now
open for the accommodation of the
public. niay30tG
FOR RENT.
A large front room suitable for
office use, 1G5 Farnham St. j2-3t
A few day boarders wanted at 505
12th street.
29-Gt Mrs. Jenny Weathers.
Buy cigars at Sundblad's, 4S4
13thstreet, bet Farnham an Harney
may281w
REMOVAL NOTICE.
Henry Loughlin, pawnbroker, has
removed his place of business to
151 Farnham street, one block west
of the old stand, between 10th and
Hth streets, south side, second door
from corner of Tenth street.
junel-Gt
OR Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V. Burkley.
apr 11 -tf
ICE CREAM, of all flavors, made
fresh every day, at John Wirth's
Restaurant, Douglas Street"
juue2t3
Fruit Market, at Brunner's.
June 2 lOt
The finest broadcloth, all colors
and shades, to be found at
un3tf J. H. Stein's.
Special efforts made by John S.
Johnson & Co. to make table butter
that shall be above complaint
june3eod5t
Go to John Wirth's Restaurant,
on Douglas street, for the finest Ice
Cream, to be found in the city.
Juue23t
IMMENSE STOCK
OF
TEN THOUSAND PAIRS
OF
BOOTS AND SHOES!
To be Sold at Prices that Have
Never Been Equalled in
0maha
This Stock Mast be Closed
by July 1st, at Cost or
no Cost.
Oat
Look at these Prices
Men's calf boots, our own
make,
Former price,
Men'n calf congress,
Men's calf congress,
eastern make,
$4 50
t
50
3
best
90
Men's kip shoes, 1 25
Ladies' cloth boots, Feary's
make, best in this country
from 1 Co to 2 25
Best Philadelphia made
ladies boot from 2 10 to 3 00
Splendid misses' cloth boots, 1 00
Also, a full line of children's shoes
at prices that are bound to sell
them.
This is not sloji work, bid our reg
ular stock, manufactured for our
custom trade, and every pair war
ranted. Call soon and secure bargains at
Weeek & Beiim's,
Corner Douglas and Thirteenth,
je 3 5 C
We called on Bunce this morning
and found him busy as a Bee, sur
rounded on all sides with new
goods over 75 new styles of straw
hats. If Bunce can't suit you, go
bare-headed. june3ao
NOTICE.
The finest subscription concert for
the month of June, will be given at
Thiele's Garden, on Friday evening
June 5th. A series of said concerts
will be given every Friday evening
until further notice. No tickets re
quired at the door.
June 3 It Julius Thiele.
Wanted. A man or woman to
cook in hotel, at Fremont woman
preferred. Apply at Wyoming ho
tel. jan3-lt
For the choicest, cheapest line of
groceries in the city, call on Jno. S.
Johnson & Co., 260 Dodge street,
(old stand
son).
of Doolittle & McPher
June 3 cod 5t.
Pianos for sale cheap at 230 Cap.
tol Avenue. je3 wl
The best and coolest glass of soda
water, from the new and magnifi
cent Arctic apparatus, at
Ish's
Farnham street drug store.
niayJQ?eoiMm
Auction Sale. A rare chance
for investment, twenty desirable
lots in the thriving town of Papil
lion, the future county-seat of Sarpy
county. Sale on the premises, Sat
urday June Cth, poramenpjng at 1
o'clock, p. m. Terms part cash,
balance on six and twelve monWis.
Gray & Allen,
Auctioneers.
may25 cod June 5 and w 2t
Vegetable Market at Brun
neu's. june2-10t
ICE CREAM of all flavors; made
fresh daily at JOHN WIRTH'S
Rostaunmt, louglas street.
je2t3
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
done n tup npatost manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St.,bet. Farnham and Douglas.
apr2St f.
"Gilt Edge"
the Valley."
Flour made.
and "Cream of
Best brands of
mav23-lm.
b. j"OEi30EiiNr:Enj',
MANUFACTURER OF
CIGARS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Pipes and Smokers' Articles.
HOI.ESALE AND RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and smocers- Articles. is
1S5 DOUG-
LAS ST., OJJAHA, - r-u-, upposiK
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k., ---- -- , -ri -..-..-
fA MAtrfw
nolitan Hotel. Consumers ana Dealers will
find it to their advantage to examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere. myl5-ly
JAS. M. MTITTIE,
WIIOLE8ALE DEALERJIN
Clarified Glider.
133 and 180 FarnaaBi Street.
VANBORN'S MACHINE
All kinds ol light and heary
MACHINERY .HADE & REPAIRED.
J&-AU Work auaranleed.Wl
256 HABSEY 8TBEET, - OMAHA.
ep.SU
JACOB
261 rarabaa 8t Bet. 141h A ISUa
iilit
UNDERTAKES
Surfflo! XV.o
L VAN CAMP M. D.
Ditpenaea his own medclnes. and betides
regular practice, makes specialities ol Derange
ments and Diseases Peculiar to Women, Fistu
la. Files and other Diseases ol the Rectum.
Orncx and Beaidence, Corner Farnham and
14th Streets, first door to the right, up stairs
Omaha. Neb. Address Lock Box M.
"WILLIAM SEXA.TJER.
223 rmiaa Bile Omaha, Feb
wbguuauc asD betatl skaux is
FUBH1TDBB, BEDDING, ETC.
b. wnxnaxx. j. tatlor.
WTl.T.HFf.lf .'ft TAYLOR,
POBK PACKERS,
17th and Chicago streets,
OMAHA, - - NEB,
ARE now prepared to dellrer in large or
small quantities, their mild sngaScnred
"AONE SUCH" brand ot bams and breakfast
bacon, put up expressly for .family use. On
hand pure ketUerenderel leal lard, by the
barrel or Iq cans ot 10, 15,36 or 40 Bo.
IM-Orden promptly filled.-
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, lcct. Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, wUl
be inserted in these columns once lor TfcJ
CENTS tx-r line: each substqucnt insertion,
FIVE CEFJS per line. The first insertion
nerer less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
DISSOLUTION The undersigned dissolved
partnership on the 2d day of June, 1371, by mu
tual consent. The business will be continued
at the same plate, 1, 13th street, by M. W.
Kennedy. ( JAMES REIOY.
Jc3dH. M. W. KENNEDY.
STKAYED OR fcTOLEN from Baker's pas
ture, one and one-lialt miles wH of Omaha, a
Bar horse colt, 3 vrars old, let. 15 and IS hand
high, very large hoof j. A literal reward ill
be paid to any ior-on who will return him to
F. BURDICK, at Collins ISro's Harness iihop.
Je3d:itwlt.
QLOTS AND IOUE Six rooms; in
, KounU A Ruth's Addition ; at a sacrifice.
Apply to J- M' CLARKE.
e.t lt
DVY BOARDERS can 1 agrommodatrd at
" SIRS. DELAWARE'S, '. W. corner 11th
and Harney strt.
Je3 Ct
FOR RENT For three month to a respon
sible party, a houc containing six rooms
completely furnished ; central location. Apply
at this omce.
je3 lw
FOR RENT A small Iioum; of three rooms,
with kitchen, cloct, cellar, well, and
cWern; situated on Cav, between nth and
Hth streets. Inquire at 15S Davenport, be
tween 10th and lllh si.eets.
je3 3t
1 A Uooi Sramst esses can get iteadv work at
ID the Nebraska Shirt IVctury, 159 Farn
ham street. je2t3
WANTED A first clas uirior at in us
den House, Council Itiutli, Iowa. Wages
S15 to SIC per week:
je2 t3
HOUjE W-iNTED To rent, not abore Si's
per month; reasonable distance Irom
Farnham street. Lock box53- City. jJCt
FOUND ESTRAY O.i Saturday evening,
two bay coin. The owner can find them
on the rner bottom, three miles north of
Omaha. EVEN MATTICE:
je 2 at
AUCTION Sil.K OK LOTS In nelson's
Addition to Ouuhr, on Thnrsday, J line -i,
at i o'clock p. M. About 30 splendid residence
lots, in the pleasantest location in the clty.near
the street railway, and surrounded by first
class residences. Will 1 s dd to the ln.-t bid
ders at our sale rooms, 25 Douglass street.
jei3t ;i:ay ii alli:.
Auctioneers.
WANTED Two good farm hands want a
situation upon afarni uoit o far from
Omaha. Apply immediately at the Bee 'f
fice, may 29
TlBONTFKOOM TO LET, suitable forager.
tleman and
wife, at No.
553 Thirteenth
s reet.
j2 3t
FOB SALE-1C0 acres of land, betas the NE
ofeel8, iit towmhip 13, N of U 4 E. in
the SE part ol Uuttler county, 30 mile North
west of Lincoln. A well improved farm adjoins
it on thewe-t, and country all a-ound it is
thickly settled- Will fell for $500, oue half
down, balance in one vear, or $3 CO per acre in
cash, or will trade for cit v proiierty. Apply to
my21tf ASDKEW JlOsEWATEK.
WANTED A girl to do general houseworK,
German preterred. Apply n w cor Burt
and 23d street. Abo a nurse girl wanted
ui)20if
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and several Tacant lots, and farm lauds
lor sale ; also houses nd offices :o rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joiix E. Kklley,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon's office,
RooiuNo. 3, Creighton bfock. nivlStf
F
Davenport t bet 15tii and Iflth sts. mylGtf
TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
purchased and put upon the streets .as
public conveyances, sonic of the finest carriages
eennanufaciured in this country. They will be
run to and Irom the depots, hotels and private
residences. All orde a left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near s e cor of Eleventh
st and Capital Avenue, will be promptly at
tended to. A share of the public iatrouage is
respectfully solicited. JqHX E: BULK
myl3tt " '
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY One section choice land, on
the big bend of the Republican River. Nuckols
County. Inquire of A. MINKI,
myl4-ml Cor Harney and 15th ts.
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc, immediately, at
the employment ottlce.room 9Vischer'sblock.
wysif
FOR" SALE. I will sell good second hand
carriages and buggies low for cash or tn.de,
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
may6tf G. W. HomaJT.
TiEALesta'efor sale in Armstrong A Nel-
X i son s additi ons. Address, s.
J. C, Bee
office.
iuy5if
F
OR SALE A Singer swing machite,
new. Inquire ol ilax jiecr uro.
ap27tf
T71C
J? a piano.
ap27lf
Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
WANTED A cneap larm in exenange for
merchandise. Address, Farmer, Bie
office. ap21t
E OH SALE OR REM .ao.SSl Chicago t
Apply to
HARRIS, TAFT & WOODMAN,
ap21 Oil Mill.
FOB SALE OR RENT A farm of 123 acres
with house and barn, situated one hall mile
west of the Barracks; in
uire pf
Vl5.il
menujij
P- REDMOND;
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
issued out of the District Court for Doug
las County, Nebraska, and to me directed, I
will on the 3d day ol July, A. D. lS71,at 10
o'clock am of said day, at the south door of the
Court House, In the City of Omaha, and said
County, sell at auction the oroperty described
in said order, to wit: Lot No. seven (7) in
Gbe's Addition to tho city of Omaha, in said
County, to satisfy a judgement of said Court
recovered
uy ueorge ueriscny against lainc
J. McNamara.
ALFRED BURLEY,
Shei iff.
June 3d, 187J.
dlt
jons uAu.TiKn,
Practical Watchmaker,
171 Farnnam ., 8. E. dr. 11th 8t.
OMAHA - . - NEB
C. F. HAMAXTXT.
tazijOu,
1T1 Cor. Farnham and Eleventh Sis.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURNISHING GOODS constantly on hand
and sold cheap. 'tec2Gtf
DENTISTBy.
DENTISTS,
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
cp svAins,
Bet. 13th & 14th Sts., OMAHA.
ea-OIrfest pracileiiiffTViitpiis iu tlieclly
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
DB1TTIST,
884 "VAin T-i m.-m St.,
Bet. 13th and 14th, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, by use of 241-
trous Oxide (
Gas.
FOfiee open a tall hour
e5tf
STODDARD fc IlL'ltLllCT,
Market Gardners !
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES AND
plants, for sale. Orders addreked to us
at our garden
Cor. 21st and Paul Streets,
Will receive prompt attention. apI5d3m
JOIO H. GREEN,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED,
AD
COMMISSION MEBOHANT
a"Uua.3NT XiXE23i3r3Zl:7
T-AJIXOIR,
13tk St, bet. Farnham and Haraej.
All kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING: sad
REPAIRING done at reasonable rates
apr2U
ILLINOIS HOUSE.
Xa-i?2xXs.AXxa. StrmoX
!
Between 3th and 10th.
CHAKLKS FILPCTMI. Prop.
mchUU
ENOCH HENNEY,
Justice of the Peace
Office over tho State Bank, corner f Farn
haiu and 13th streets. je 1
California House.
JEITZ HAFHER, Prop'r.
Vo 170 Douglas Street, corner Hth, Omjha,
Nebraska. BoarU by tneuay or weec.
junel.yl
STATEMENT
OF THE
German American Insur.Co.
OF THE CITY
OX STO"" YORK-
JANUARY 1st, 1S74.
Capital, $1,000,000.00.
ASSETS.
United States iroads, (market
Taiue).. ....
Loans secured by United Stales
and New York State lionds
New York City 7 per cent Bonds...
Cash in bands ot Agents, and in
course of transmLvtion.
Premiums due on Policies, New
York office-.."..
Cash in Bank .
Cash in ottlce
SS31.S0O 00
111,000 00
-W.W0 00
TJOS 25
1T.1M 73
ICU'fi J0
J, 111 50
11,030,301 47
LI .BILITIE3.
Loses unadjusted, and adjusted
but not .due ............-
,o73 09
$1,603,223 33
A McKOON,
Agents.
FRENCH
e 1 Ct.
NATIONAL
FIRE INSURANCE C0M'Y
OF HARTFORD, CONX.
Statement December 31s,
1ST
CASH CAPITAL, - So00,000 00
TOTAL ASSETS, - $831,8:30 28
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS.
Cash in Hartford National Bank,.$ 33 033 31
Cash in Charter Oak National Bank. 39,610 16
Cash in Company's omce.......-. . 787 73
Cash in hands of Auents and in
course of transmission....... . 33,000 00
Bonds and Mortgages 123,120 00
300 shares Vew York, New Haven
and Hartford R. R. Co C6.C00 00
100 shares Pittsburg, Fort Wayne A
Chicago RR Co 9,000 00
100 shares New York Central tnd
Hudson River R K Co 9.S0O 00
100 shares Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern R U Co 7.600 00
1S33 shares Natiunal Bank Stock 227,265 00
Bills Receivable secured by Mortga
gesand Trust Deeds. 260,S00 00
Bills Receivable ecured by Mocks
and Bonds 23,323 00
Interest accrued on bills receivable 7,361 50
Interest an1 Di v.dends onBonds and
stocks not included aboe in Mar-
ket Value .
5.792 50
Total JAsoU,...........
LIABILITIES.
Fire losses Outstanding...
S$31,30O 2i
522,420 i0
STATE OF NEBRASKA, )
ACDITOU's DEPaRTM'T. J
It is hereby certified that the National Fire
Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn., has
complied with rhe insurance law of this Mate,
and is authorized to transact the business of
Fire Insurance in this' Slate for the current
year.
Wltnes my hand and seal of office
L. S. at Lincoln, Neb., this 3lst day of
Janury, 1374.
J. B, WESTON",
Auditor of State.
C.H. WILLARD, Deputy,
je 1 6t FRENCH A McKOON, Agents.
INCORPOKATED MRCH27, 1820
Fire Association!
OF PHILADELPHIA.
TlrsolJand rel'able Insurance company con,
Unites to insure against loss by fire.
BUILDINGS, HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE, ANV MER
CHANDIZE QENERALL Y.
All Xaitfi sii'ialncd by the association bince
Its organization h-ve been promptly paid, and
amount to
$971,466.20.
STATEMENT OF ASSETS, JAN. 1, 1S74.
Bonds and Mortgages JI.591 273 id
Ground Rents 21,647 4
Real Estate, Office, No. 34 North
Fifth Street . ., 1 5,920 70
Uuitl felate.'Regwtered Bon ls..; 237.J00 00
Loan of the City of Philadolphla. 203,500 00
Warrants of the City uf ' 41,897 27
Loan of the State of Pennsylvania 42,172 00
Loan of the City of PitUbirrg, 7
per cent . 23,000 00
1000 shares of Stock of Pennsylva-
n2a Railroad Company- . 43,000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Scrip .. 2,350 GJ
Lehigh Valley Itallroad Boad, 7
percent ..,. ,.,. ,........ 10,400 00
IxSn of MasonfcTempIe, 7.30 . 10,000 Ou
331 kliares oi fctock of Fire Associ
ation . 53.213 fi
Interest Accrued and Unpaid....... 5 123 20
Nett Premiums Due bv .gents in
Transmission '.-. . 81,563 17
Cash in Bank, January 1, 1871-,.,, US 74j 7-
Market Value-.),-,.....,....- .S2,601,6.'i3 43
STATE OF NEBItASKAiY
Auditor's Departx't.
It is hereby certified that the Tire Associa
tion of I'hllaieli liln, has cotr plied with the
Insurance law of this State, and Is authorized
to transi.ct 'lie lusii.ts ir re Insurance in.this
State for tho current jear.
Vt'ltLUvi my liaud and vil of oftlce
IL.S.1 ft llrc-lri. Nebra:ki, thMOthday
of March. 1374.
J. B. WESTON",
Auditor ot State.
C. H. WILLARD, Deputy,
je 1-Ct FRENCH A McKOON, Agents.
Anything
It, W. JONES
I
DEAlER IN
HOST EVERYTHING
r,3i;anl 333 13th Mlrret,
Opposite tha Post Office.
IN
Children's Carriages,
Bird Cages,
Croquet Set?,
Stationery,
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I WILL XOrBE UNDERSOLD!
Choice Imported and Domestic Clear
ap29m2rod
li. OEEDK C. J. KAKBACir.
REK A KUiBACIf,
15th st. Letween Krr.ham and srney s!s.
OMAHA, - - NEK.
jjastraCTunEBor
Spring and Farm Wagons,
Bt CUIUS AND :HICl lOhK.
Dealers In and manufacturers of
AGRICULTURAL IMl'lEMEXTS!
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
HORSKNMOI.ISO.
KB-Repairing cf wagons and blacksmithing
promptly done at reasonable prices mrdiwCm
XTew Moat Market.
SPATJLDl C ts. JOCRDAJT.
14th St. Set. Farnham and Harney,
mchl5-2m Oppo lie the Grand Central
CK fft OOAPEBDAY- Agentswant
2)0 10 U eO. All classes of work
ing people of either sex, yonng or old, make
more money at work for us in their spare mo
ments or ail the time, than at anything else.
Address STINSON A CO.. Portland, Maine"
novSrl
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIBT0E OF A WRrr OF EXECUTION
issued out of the District Court for
turning County Nebraska, and to me directed,
I will on the Sd of day June, A'.D 1374,"at 10
o'clock a m of said day, at the store room of Al
bert Tucker No 21 Douglas street, in the City
of Omaha, and County of Douglas, in said State,
sell at auction the following described pr'P
erty. levied upon to satisfy a Judgemnt of said
Court, recovered by II L Henry, azainst A Ibert
Tncker, to wit: Eighty-five cases of men's ami
w !vi ! nvi of shoes : also all the retail
stock of boots and shoes containe I In said store;
also a small line ol hau ana caps ; iuoiiw tui
lowing described store and office furniture:
Two lounges, 1 desk, 1 stove and pipe, 3 chairs,
1 show cases and 1 letter press, or so much pi
the said goods as are neceanarr to satisfy said
jadgmentand co.ts.j.nd.cfnts thereon.
my21toJu3 SJwrt
i'W
1 Tf
UIMMa
tsMaetmm
m
MI . JOHX It ATI!
. i !
1. -.
iHaX
areprepared to LABEL our goods wi h their NAMES
18 AOXST FOE
as manuf jctuei d expressly for thrm. "
OCEAN STEAMERS. Mrs;.ai-.
J. J. BROWN & BRO..
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
OZMZA-HLA., 1sT"E1B.,
niyS-ly
STEELE & JOHNSON,
Wholesale Grocers,
SIMfSOiVS BLOCK
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
-
mch!3Jy
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCESSORS TO CREIGHTON AND MORGAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 205 Farnham Street.
OI1VLA ;j3LA.,
aprSdly
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
To. 247 Douglas Street,
mch27yl
AWKMS FOB THE
Kurtz JKIohr (Jo
JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnham Street,
Ojjk.T31Ji., - - - HEB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX .
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
Notions, and
UljS-lT
JOHN T.
JOBBER
Shelf Heavy Hardware!
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
AGRXCDXTTTHAZ- XXCFXiSMEXTTS.
TIIKKSIIKltS. HAKVRSTEIIN, REAPCRg, MOWERS. DKII.I.S, SKEDERSir
COIl.-HI. ANTEK.H PLOWS, COI.TIVATOKS, Il.YV- V
KAKE AND WAGONS. mM,t- f
246 Douglas St., Omaha, Nebraska. M
GEO. A. HOAG1ANL. h
Wholesale Lumber
OFFICE
COB. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS., U.J5. B. B. TBACR.
aolltf
ESTABLISHED
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
-WHOLESALE
FANCY GROCERIES,
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 Farnliam Street,
uicuiieouvi
HENRY HORNBERGER.
-DEALER IN-
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
cftJc-csbo.
flsi Old Kentucky Whiskies and Imported u'ooJs a Succ-IjIIj.
239 DOUGLAS 8 TF., I
(Caldwell BIiclc.) f
In9rl
.A.. jE. S I M P S O IsT,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
532 IFIFTIEIEasrTIEa: so?.,
CRSIGHTOW
SOMES and FAT? "NTS ZXT ITXBRASZ
t, Ttn.iin.inn m.l MiiwmiH Hirer Riilrrcvl Co.. aim test lau Is at loir price oqIOymtV
credit at 6 percent. Interest, and wl habiDui
purcnaie, 11 nail me una iscuiiiTaieu.wiininiwu jmiihu uvdv miuu.
LARGE DEDUCIOXS FOR CASH PAYAfENTS.
North of 'Platte, .Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valley
The B A M. R. R. Co. will sell about ',000.000 vtm of v!en ,11 1 rraziri ani.aiTlcultural lan! ia
a well watered rounlrjv.at Irom Jl-f to S7.W per acre on long credit.
South of he Platte
The Cnmi anr ownsa fa-ge !Ir ' the best land
.f irEln. w lu "ilroil and In the largest and
ImoafVrpabllcan.Valler. For circulars and lull Inlorsitloa spplr
C. K. SCIULL1LK, Agent B. & M. land Office,
Cor ofNIith Md Fani- Sta., Oaafea.
Or HtutrA Laatl Pf irt-xeit, Llacela...
EATZ & S.63TSZ.2T,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Leaf Tobaccos
MANUFACTURERS OF
OIGAHS!
AND DEALERS IN
Fipea, Tobaccos, Etc.
STrsn inn nr ii as usrw i r-wi iti in iiir iuri iiul is bv
! . f I- I a. &. .... , IV..
J
- - ztsnEiB
nsnEB.
DUPONT POWDER CO.
Boots and Shoes.
EDGAR,
OF
AND-
I
AND YARD-
ZLSTIEIB
IS
DEALF.R3 IN
- - Omaha, NettJ
OJMLAJEZJL, USTIEIB.Jil
p25m6
premium of 20 per cent, on the amount ol th v
In Nebraska, Intersected br nnnuroui r'T7
best dereiopVl part of the State, as also Id th
iV