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THE OMAHA. BEE
TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1S7-L
OFFICIAL PAPER OF' THE CITY.
THE OMAHA DAILT BEE
It tarred to tubaenberi by carrier, to ui
want ttadty.erery eTening, (Sundays ex
Spud.) at fttweo eenuperweek,orJ3.75Ior
4x siiontha, aad S7.G0 per uuuo, wbeu paid
AI1 eSSalnto about lrregnUrltlei, addressed
' tkk office will receire prompt attention.
Tmk Oauxa. Datlt Sex will be mailed to
Ttasly In adTance :
(7.00 per an torn.
S.1f " .ontha.
, Omaha DAU.T Brr has by far the
LARGEST circulation in the city, and is,
bLr3or, the taat and cheapen advertising
- - . ansmnsrse. local noures, za
mU oar line: local adTertlsementa, 20
MUBerllBe: by the month, 10 cent. o
Sw&tsent inserted (or leu than 50 cents.
SMetal notice", 10 cents per Une; alngie lnser-SonTBOtle-than
Ifnasaest abTertiaomenu moat InranaUy be
d far In advance.
jaVrf lor itw1!'! advertisements by apecial
"lll IT3 Noticea, Statements, Tabular
Work. &, inquiring carelul revision by copy,
mttwltobe famished, muit be handed in
hafora tea o'clock x. at. to insure Insertion the
"fpeiiJana Local advertisements before two
o'clock r. at. . , .
Advertlaeaacnta before one o'clock P. it.
ah advertisements for the Wjckklt Bex
Must be banded in before Monday noon, for the
use week'i Issue.
1RBIY1L AND DEPARTURE OF
Time Card of tbe Burlington Route
gJOO F. K. J ETPrcnj 9-5 A. V.
Mail -5:00 A. M. Mail 10:15 T. V.
jundays excepted, ifondaya excepted.
Thla U the only line running Pullman Hotel.
nw. Hitchcock. HmrP.Dran,
Gen'L Wea. Pais. Agt.
Dally Ixpreea 1130A.lt.
Dally Mixed :"?--
ually Frtighl 6:15 A. M.
CBtcce Kock IaUail
- 3:00 P.M.
10:13 P. M.
Bandar excepted. tJtondaya excepted.
Chlcaco 4c Northwestern.
....530 A. 1L lOitfP.H.
2:50 P. H. tlfcU0A.ll
City. StJo. St Council Bluffa
VorBlag Bxprcaa....60 A. X.
iimiw Kxnreas....2:3 P. M.
10:00 A. M.
0:10 P. M.
Baaa jc Norttswcatern and Sioux
MaUXxpreM 8:t5A.M. 2:15 r.M.
Dally except Sunday.
Oialtnift and Baggage Wagons leaTe the
Ace. corner Farnham and Ninth Btreetc, fil-
7m yiinnf in adTance of the above Railroad
A.K. r. x. a.m. r. x
r. x. a. x.
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O.AH. W.B.B-. 2:50 7.15
Chicago and all Eastern cities, Nebraska
Cltr, Plattamouth, Council BlufUand Burling
ton, dueat 1030a. m.,closei at t30 a. m. and
1:45 p. D.
8t- LouU and SL Joseph, duo at 10O0 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; closes at 1:15 p. tn. and 1:33 a. m.
Ofice open Sundays from 12 to 1 p. in.
C.E YOST. Postmaster.
T0A.DTKKTISKBS Tne CIUCC-
Ll-rlO f the DAILY BEK f more
tka doable tbat or anjolhcr daily
paper pmbllahtd la Kebraaltn.
Peycke's Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
X very liberal collection was
t&kenup at theVan Cott tent Sunday
evening. It amounted to between
$200 and $300.
A woman named Mrs. Triner-
up, living on the bottoms near the
distillery, fell into a cellar j-esterday
morning and was quite badly hurt.
About sixty couples came up
from Plattsmouth Sunday by
special train, to attend the Van Cott
meetings. They returned home at
9 o'clock in the evening.
A stranger named Jas. Black
stock, while sitting in front of the
City Hotel last evening, had a severe
epileptic fit, lasting fully twenty
A case of wife-beating occurred
last evening on Tenth btreet, in a
house not far from Thiele's garden.
The wife was driven out into the
street by her brutal husband, and
her screams attracted the attention
of quite a number of persons.
Tho City Council will sit as a
board of equalization on Tuesdaj-,
Wednesday and Thursday of this
-reek. All persons having any
complaint to make should do it
while the council sits as such board,
and not heareafter bother them -with
innumerable and lengthy petitions'
Mrs. Van Cott'fl meetings wero
Yery largely attended Sunday,
especially in the evening. She ap
pears to be greatly worn out by her
constant efforts against sin, and her
voice seems to be rapidly failing
her. The best thing that can be
KUggested to her, is to take a rest.
Herjast meeting takes place this
Some sneak thief during Satur-
day'nlght lasjdlqibed up in thenew
building, adjoining the new Green
Tree House, entered a boarder's
room in the latter building, stole his
clothes, and taking them in the for
mer structure, went through them,
'ecarlng $9.00 in money. Ho left
the clothes there, where they were
found the next morning.
..Tbe excursion train over the
sTaV-route from St Paul to St.
Louis, via Sioux City and Omaha,
will arrive nere trout ou xuis
.fcAi,t! o'clock last evening. The
excursion party composed mostly
of members of the press along the
JlneP-was received at the depot
by the Merchants' Club committee,
" composed of Messrs. Redick, Mc
Cormick, Balcombc, Thrall, Man
derson, Bennett, and Yost After
drive about the city, they were
received at the Merchants' Club
.room where an elegnnt supper was
eeipat and speeches made. The
excSioistsleft for St. Paul at a
late hour id the night, and were
joined here byrepresentativea of the
Omaha press and a few ether invited
guests. They will return in three
or four days.
Fresh strawberries at Allen's. -juneS-lt
Charley Byrne came up from
Plattsmouth. Saturday, to attend di
vine services in Omaha.
W.Irving, of Plattsmouth, gen
eral freight agent of the B. & M., in
Nebraska, spent Sunday in Omaha.
Mr. Guild, representing a New
York tea house, is at the Metropoli
Joseph Eaton, Superintendent of
the Council Bluffs Gas Works, was
in town this morning.
Hugh White, a Salt Lake banker
and a prominent citizen of Utah,
is at the Grand Central.
President Dillon and party will
arrive in Omaha this afternoon.
Mr. J. A. Evans, formerly a civil
engineer on the Union Pacific, but
now chief engineer of the west end
of the Texa3 Pacific, arrived in
town yesterday from San Diego,
Captain Spoor, accompanied by
Mrs. Spoor, and daughters, Mrs.
H. L. Latey. and Miss Ella Spoor,
left yesterday for Boston, where
Mrs. Latey will enter upon the mu
feical cultivation of her voice. The
best wishes of her many friends will
go with her, and it is hoped that her
expectations may be fully realized.
Mr. S. A. Gardner, representing
an extensive match house of Detroit,
returned to Omaha on Saturday,
from a trip to the far West, whither
be went in company with George
Newman, representing a Detroit
cigtr house. Newman returned
East by way of the Kansas Pacific.
Both of these gentlenjen are well
known in Omaha, where they have
hosts of friends.
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
Miss M R Sage, Monmouth, HI ;
N J Miller, Des Mones ; J C Nolan,
J M Casey, Los Angeles, Cal ; J M
Murphy, New York; JnoEWilkins,
L R Ely, John M McCabe, Kansas
City; G St Dudley and wife, Tesas;
B Ii McLaue, Chaunte, Kan; J
Werthimer, St Joe; P Hanaphy,
Lincoln ; L Moler and wife, Day
ton, Ohio; MrsN O Rogers, W J
White, Tjos Angeles; J H Greswold,
Meridan, Conn ; Thos Asprout, San
Francisco; Ben F Gardner, Lincoln;
A J Hammond, E L Milleny, Fre
mont; C W Black, W J Harding
Plattsmouth; C L Burke, North
Platte; A Harris, John H Rae,
New York ; John Lesley, G A Har
rison, A D Despain, Thos Boiden,
Sam M Moxham, O Frost and wife,
Plattsmouth; By W Reed, G Bill
iard, Joel Champion, John H Rowtj,
WALL PAPER, 10c a roll up.
CROQUET (for 4 players) $2.50
$2 to 58 SAVED on every BABY
Buggy bought of Eberhart. 8-lt
Bus Ball Hotel.
The Stars and Milos went for
each other Saturday evening as fol
lows: Stars 22, Milos 10.
The Stars practice every eve
ning at 6 o'clock on Jefferson Square,
except on Saturdays.
The Bostons beat the Chicagos,
at Chicago, on Saturday, by 9 to 2.
The Milos will probably play
the Columbus club, on July 4th.
The match game on Saturday,
between the Council Bluffs Quick
steps and the Omaha Resolutes, re
sulted in favor of the Quicksteps, by
a score of 20 to 17.
The Pacific Bail way Where is that inm
of $1850 gone tot
The question of the terminus of
the Union Pacific road was virtually
settled to-day for this session. In
the Senate Committee, it was post
poned. In the House, an attempt
was made to suspend the rules and
pass the bill making Council Bluffs
the terminus, but it received only
27 aflirmatlve votes. Inter Ocean.
Now the poor people of this city
who are burdened with taxes, wish
to know where their Sl,850 is. Had
McDill, Chapman, Lawrence and
all of Iowa's congressmen and sen
ators only influence enough to get
27 votes out of 250? And when
Mr. Houghton moved to suspend
the rules and pass the bill declaring
the bridge to be a part of the con
tinuous line of the Union Pacific
railway, Chapman, McDill and our
$1,850 did not have influence enough
to get a second.
The facts are, that because a few
aristocrats nnd "gentlemen" of the
rich men's-dub expressed a will to
have some uf their members go to
Washington, our Aldermen have
imposed an.unlawful and oppresive
tax on the poor people of this city,
to accommodate these "gentlemen"
and Chapman. Council Bluffs Ke-
California Oranges at Allen's.
He Doisn't "Want the Daaei to Buffer for
" Swedish Shu.
In your issue of June Cth, 1874,
you got in your locals that a Danish
complete newspaper outfit is for sale
at Wilson's auction store, which is
a falsehood, as the outfit Is not
Danish. The outfit for sale must be
SwedUh, if any, as it is a fact that
such a newspaper kicked the
bucket a few days ago. Please state"
in your next issue your mistake
and don't let the poor Danos suffer
for Swedish sins. Yours,
Omaha, June C, '74.
Gladstone fc Co. have just re
ppivwl rmd onened 100 elecmnt
ladies' suits, to which thr attention
of the ladies is respectfully called,
as they must be sol a once and
Elegant Grenadines, in plain
black and satin stripes, at greatly
reduce prices, at
'Houston &. Garrison's.
For the choicest, cieapetl line o
groceries in the city, call on Jno. S.
Johnson & Co., 260 Dodge street,
(old stand of Boollttle fc McPher
son). JuneS eod 5t
The Latest Goods to be had is
at J. H. Stein's.
Now Is the accepted time to buy
goods at rates to suit the times, for
casjiat J.H. Steix. .
THE CALIFORNIA AQUARIUM
Eastern Fish for the Waters of
the Golden .State.
Receiving a dispatch this morning
from Livingstone Stone, United
States Fish Commissioner, that "the
California Aquarium car would
reach here yesterday, on its way to
California, a Bek reporter proceeded
to the depot and awaited, its arrival.
It came over with the transfer
train, was immediately switched
off, and taken to the shops by an
engine for repairs, and to have a
new set of wheels put under it at
a3 it had a hot box. While
this work was being done the Bee
reporter had an excellent opportuni
ty of learning many interesting
The car itself is an express car,
fitted up especially for this purpose.
The car is supplied with numerous
tanks of water, in which are over
thirry-six thousand fish of all sizes.
Fresh air is constantly being
pumped into these tanks by two
pumps which are worked by a belt
attached to the axle of the car. The
water is purified by this means.
Mr. Livingstone travels with the
car, and has five employes, Mr.
Myron Groen being in charge.
These gentlenien allfcleep in the car,
comfortable bunks being provided
for that purpose.
Among the fish contained in the
tank were 200 large sized black bass,
and glass-eyed pike, from Lake
Champlain; 30,000 small shad from
the Hudson river; 1500 fresh and
saltwater eels: 500 tautogs, a salt
water fish. There is also a large
number of trout, which belong to
Mr. Stone himself.
The car started from Charleston,
N. H., last Thursday, and thus far
the trip has been very successful,
but a few fish having died. It cost
about $4,000 to make the collection,
and the transportation will cost
about $5,000 more. A fresh invoice
of ice was taken on at this point,
and at Etkhorn and Laramie fresh
water wM be procured for the over
About a year ago, it will be re
membered, a similar car, but hav
ing on board a much more expen
sive cargo, was wrecked in the acci
dent at Elkhorn bridge, and the fish
all escaped into the river. Some of
the present attendants were on
board at that time, and have a vivid
recollection of that event.
The car went west on the 11:30
Union Pacific train.
California is making a big cflort to
stock her lakes and rivers, and other
waters, with fish of every variety,
and in Mr. Stone, the right man for
the enterprise, has been found.
rourth of July, 1874.
Spring Grove Farm, 1
June Cth, 1S74. J
The celebration by the Grangers
is a guaranteed success. Hon. Geo.
W. Crawford, and Major J. W.
Davis, will be orators of the day.
Every lady is going to attend.
Half fare will be charged on rail
roads. Final arrangements are to
be made at Millard, Saturday, June
13th, at 2 p. m. All Grangers are
invited to be present. Each and
every industrial organization are
cordially invited to co-operate, and
make the affair a success. And last
but not least, every lady is invited
to come and trip the light fantas
tic, to the magnificent music of the
Barrack's band. S. J. C.
Fresh strawberries picked to-day,
at (It) Allen's.
A day or two since we called on
Mr. F. D. Cooper, the old reliable
agricultural dealer of this city, and
were astonished at the large num
ber of reapers that he is sending out
every day, and we were pleased to
learn the reapers were made in our
own city. We have reference to
the "Omaha New Manny Com
bined Reaper and Mower."
He has testimonials from all parts
of the country recommending this
machine very highly, and as a proof
of the merits of this machine, he
has calls for them from Kansas and
out in the mountain regions and
throughout Colorado, where no is
shipping them to every little while.
Now farmers at home look to your
interests, and if you want a Reaper
that will make money for you, get
a "New Manny" before they are
From the nmnerous testimonial?,
we learn that the chief attractions
of this machine are, its thorough
workmanship, simplicity, lightness
of draft, and Its good work in the
field. It is light, perfectly put to
gether, simple, raises and lowers
easily, and runs easy, being lighter
draft than any other combined ma
chine worked beside it in trials or
In the field.
In reaper trials it has worked in
extreme of long, short, thin, thick,
standing and lodged grain, with
out any change or adjustment of
the rake, showing that little skill is
required toget good results.
Now, in conclusion, we will ad
vise every farmer to give his order
for this machine that is made at
home. Forty-one machines were
ordered from different localities last
week. The Manny stands ready
to-day to compete against any ma
chine in the market, and will prove
to you just what is claimed for it,
and will go out any day and work
against any machine made.
Carpets cheap. English Tapes
try Brussels, $1 25. All others in
J8-2t Houston & Garrison's.
The best and coolest glass of scda
water, from the new and magnifi
cent Arctic apparatus, at Ish's
Farnha:n street drug store.
Vegetable Market at Brun
BEATING A BURGLAR.
A Thief is Clubbed Down a Lad
der, and He Eeturns the
Compliment by a Re
Yesterday morning about 3 o'clock
Prof. S. D.'Beals, residing on Daven
port street, between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second, was awakened
from his slumbers, by a noise sound
ing like somebody pounding against
the side of the house. Jumping out
of bed, and going to the open win
dow, he saw a man climbing up a
a ladder, which he had placed
asrainst the wall. The Professor had
no loaded weapons conveniently at
hand, and the only thing he could
think of was an old, stout and
heavy hickory cane, standing in a
corner of the room. This cane had
been obtained by the Professor,
nianj years ago, in the old capitol
building, in which he was employed
at one time.
Having become well accustomed
to the use of a cane during his days
of teaching the young ideas how to
shoot, he grabbed up that cane
with the same eager familiarity
with which an old soldier picks up
a musket to display his agility and
skill in the manual of arms to the
astonishment and admiration of a
crowd of by-standers, and station
ing himself at the window, he had
not long to wait for the bold, aspir
ing, intruding, plundering burglar.
As soon as his head came in sight,
Professor Beals raised the cane,
took aim, and let fly, but instead of
splitting open the fellow's head, he
hit the window sill, breaking off a
piece of wood, and tearing off the
cateli. The stick happened to be
too long, and thus the burglar es
caped a merited caning. Not
liking the unwelcome and
unexpected reception given
him, r he immediately began
retreating. Professor Beals struck
two other blows at him, the last
one hitting him on the shoulder,
and knocking him off the ladder.
Just at this moment, Mrs. Beals,
who had come to the window and
looked out, drew her head in as she
saw the flash of a revolver, the loud
report instantly following. After
firing probably only to frighten
Professor Beals the burglar disap
peared. The entering of houses through
open windows during the present
summer, seems to be a favorite pas
time with the burglar fraternity,
and people therefore cannot be too
careful about securing their valu
ables in some safe place.
Molasses, the genuine article, at
A car-load of Flour, Snow Flake,
and Wellsville Mills, manufactured
in Schuyler; also Graham Flour
and Bran, of the Snow Flake
Brand, which we will guarantee as
equal to any flour sold in this
market. Greatly reduced rates.
un3-3t Little & Williams.
A Jackson's Burlington
pound scale, at a bargain.
U"iox Coal & Mixixa Co.
Ol-r SNOW FLAKE FLOUR will
beat St Louis or California in qual
ity, and in price being $1.50 per
sack less. Little & Williams.
June 5 t3
BRAX at Little & Williams',
2G1 Douglas street, and 540 14th
street, June 5-3t
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street,
Great reduction in dress goods,
shawls, domestics, etc., at
J8-2t Houston' & Garrison's.
Tjie finest broadcloth, all colors
anil shades, to be found at
unStf J. H. Stein's.
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 streat. 4
New drinks on draught. Peru
vian Beer and Ginger Ale at Isii's.
A variety of 25 different drinks of
soda and mineral waters on draught
at all times.
Special efforts made by John &
Johiwon & Co, to supply tabjc butter
that shall be above complaint.
For an excellent glass of soda, goj
to Ish's Farnham street store.
Ybnn for sal? ciieap ac 23G Cap
tol Avenue. jcS svj
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
dono in the peatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet. Farnham and Douglas,
Parasols and Fans. Awful
Houston fe Garrison'.
and "Cream or
Best brands of
lou Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Burkley.
Type For Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type, of
which this is a sample, weighing 600
lbs. This type has been in use on
the Daily Bee less than one year,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms &c, address
u f. Publisher of the Bet.
Hon. G. B. Lake, Judge.
Omaha, June 8.
Georsre C. Graves, Esq., was ad
mitted to practice in this court
Central National Bank vs J H
Lacey, et al. iieave ior aeienuancs
to take depositions in term.
Kinsley vs Kelly. Motion to
dismiss appeal overruled.
Clapp et al vs Court. Plaintiff or-Hpt-pd
to attach codv of account to
Nowacek vs Nowacek. Cause to
be shown by to-morrow morning
why sale should not be confirmed.
Omaha a. &n. co., vs. aoooii et
al. Jury returned a verdict of
$2j792.18 for plaintiff.
Rassmussen vs. Bondson. Judg
ment for $33.25.
Willots et al vs. Griffin. Judg
ment for $1,083.26.
Johnson vs Willman. Leave to
amend answer in ten days.
Loveland vs Forbes. Replevin.
Jury trial. Verdict to be sealed and
returned in the morning.
Adjourned till 9 in the morning.
J. H. Stein has just received the
finest lot or Marsailles Vesting ever
brought to this city. je3 tf
Fruit Market, at Brunner's.
June 2 lOt
The GREATEST VARIETY OF
CHOICE TEAS in the city at JNO.
S. JOHNSON & CO., 200 Dodge
street. ALL VARIETIES of
TEAS ! ! ! june3-5t
To be Sold at Prices thaCHare
Never Been Equalled in
This Stock Must be Closed
by July 1st, at Cost or
Look at- these Prices
Men's calf boob, our own
make, $4 50
Former price, 7 50
Men'n calf congress, 3 75
Men's calf congress, best
eastern make, 1 90
Men's kip shoes, 1 25
Ladies' cloth boots, Feary's
make, best in this country
from 1 05 to 2 25
Best Philadelphia made
ladies boot from 2 10 to 3 00
Splendid misses' cloth boots, 1 00
.ilfeo, a full line of children's shoes
al prices that are bound to sell
Tliis is not slop work, but our reg
ular slock, manufactured for our
custom trade, and every pair war
ranted. Call soon and secure bargains at
Weber & Behm's,
Corner Douglas and Thirteenth.
No liquors, but lemonade, seltzer
and soda water, cider and splendid
ice cream, etc.. to be had at the
French Coffee House, 485 12th
street. Separate room for ladies.
For soda and mineral water, Pe
ruvian beer and ginger ale,patronize
the "Statue," the costliest and most
magnificent soda apparatus ever
constructed and now running in full
blast at Isii's Farnham street drug
store dispensing the most delicious
and cooling drinks in the city.
May 15, eod 2m.
Is SOLE AGENT in Nebraska for
4 of the Best Makers. My prices
are airav below! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
be undersold!. Make no mistake I
sec the j'BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You save dollars
by so doing. See the new
Rf,STflN HAN0PY TflP!"
I , . .- .
wiiicii maues o siyies oi a ouggy.
Large or small orders tilled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
a " specialty " of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
B I JRj ID S
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
retail. ' apl3eod2m
G-EO. W. ELKINS,
1916 & 1918 Mai ket St,
Grain, Flour, Seeds.
SimUIUm t BmUt, HH Hof.'
NOTICE. AdTertiaeinenta of To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, trill
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVE CEF1S per line. The first Insertion
neTer leas Una TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
7MRSALEATABAhGAIN One of Gale's 4
JU veleorateii Fea-nutKt asters ; aisooce l-ung
Tester. Inquire at MEERITT'S ErsUurant.
WANTED A girl to do general house
wcr, in a small family. Inquire at
1U HALL FOUNDRY.
"POR RENT A large store house; conveoi
r yntlj- located. Uquire at fish store, 251
Douglas street, of
RENT "I -wo cottages, -with well and sott
LATLV, cor. of
EOR REST A house with five rooms and
basement, well, cUtern and stable; aSso,
a furnished room. Inquire at 2S3 Howard, l-e-
tween 15th and 16th streets. e3tf
CTTANTED A good girl. Apply at O. II.
VY BALLOU'a, South Avenue, near the
WANTED A competent girl, to do general
house-wcrk ; none others need apply.
Call at J. GLSU'S, Farnham street. jeG -U
rpO BENT A furnished room ; wlthorwith
I out board; room suitab'e fcr gentleman
and wtie, or two single genuenieJ. inquire
at 164 Jackson street. . Je6tf
WANTED Girl to do general house-work.
Inquire 555 Douglas street. Ctf
WANTED Employment by a young man
of good education, solier and industrious
habits. Good references furnished. Address
A. II. G., this office. je5 6t.
FOR SALE A light three spring express
wagon; nearly ne.
je5 6t SIMrSO.VS CARRIAGE FACTORY.
TAY"B0ARDERS can be accommodated at
U MRS. DELAWARE'S, S. W. corner 11th
and Harney streets.
HOUE W NTED To rent, not abore SiJ
per month; reasonable distauce from
Farnham street. Lock box 532, City. j2 6t
WANTED Two good farm hands want a
situation upon afarm uojt o far from
Omaha. Apply immediately al tbe Bkk f
fice, may 21)
F)RSALE-160acrcsof land, being the NE
2otsecl8, in township 13, N of U 4 E. in
the SK part ot Ruttler county, SO miles North,
westof Lincoln. A well improved farm adjoins
it on the west, and country all aiound it is
thickly settled; Will sell for 5500, one half
down, balance in one year, or SJ 00 per acre in
cash, or will trade for city property. Apply to
uiy21tf AN DICE W RObEWAIER.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and several vacant lots, and farm lauds
lor sale ; iLso Louses nd offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to John E. Kkllky,
Attorney at Lair, at French 4 McKoon's ofllce,
RooniNo. 3, Creightou block. niTlSif
FROST PARLOR FOR REST Apply 277
Davenport at bet 15tb and lGtu sts. mylCtf
TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
purchased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, someol the finest carriages
eermanufactured in this country. They will be
run toandirorn the depots, hotels and private
residences. All orde a lelt at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near s e cor or Eleventh
nt and Capital Avenue, Till be promptly at
tended to. A share cl the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY Oue section choice land, on
the big bend of the Republican River. Nuclols
County. Inquire of A. MINSKI.
Bjyl-J-ml" Cor Harney and 15th ts.
ANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc.. immediately, at
tbe employment ofllce.room 9 Visschcr'sblock.
SALE I will sell cood second hand
l" can lazes and bucii
carriages and buggies low for cish or trade,
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
OR SALE A Singer s'winz machine.
new. Inquire of ili-x Meyer & Bro.
FOR SALE One set parlor furniture ; also
a piano. Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
T ANTED A encap larm in ezenange for
TT mcrcnanuiie. AQuress, farmer, ukk
FOR SALE OR RENT o. 354 Chicago st
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
ap2I Oil Mill.
FOR SALE OR REST A farm of 12J acres
with house and barn, sltuatelone half mile
west of the Barracks: iuquire of
mchlCtt D. P. REDMOND.
FIRE INSURANCE ,C0M'Y
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Statement December 31st, 1873.
CASH CAPITAL, - $500,000 00
TOTAL ASSETS, - $831, S50 28
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS.
Cash in Hartford National Hank,... 5 33 039 31
Cash in Charter Oak Natioual Bank. 3'J,C10 G
Cash In Company's office . 737 78
Cash in hands of Agents and in
course of transmiss'.on 33,000 00
Bonds and Mortgaged . liS,129 00
30J shares New Yurk, New llaten
and Hartford R. R, Co 3G,G00 00
103 shares Pittsburg, Fort Wayne A
Chicago RR Co ... 9,000 00
10J shares New York Central tnd
Hudson River R R Co .... 9,800 00
10) shares Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern RRCo...... .:. 7,G0O 00
1833 shares National Bank Stock.. 227,265 00
Bills Receivable secured by Mortga
ges and Trust Deeds ..... 200,000 CO
Bills Receivable secured by Stocks
and Bonds... . 23,323 00
Interest accrued on Lills receivable... 7,3C 50
Interest and Dividends onBonds and
stocks not included above in Mar
ket Value . . 5,792 50
Total f Assets, 5331,800 23
Fire losses Outstanding... $,io 49
STATE OF NEBRASKA, )
complied with the insurance law of 1
ana is autnorized to trapsact the business of
Fire Insurance in this State for the current
rr c, Witness my hand and seal of office
L.S. at Lincoln, Neb., this 31st day of
Janury, 1871. '
J. B. WESTON,
ie!6t FRENCH A McKOON, Ajents.
Th!soldand rel able insurance company con,
tlnues to insure against loss by fire.
FURNITURE, ANJJ MER
CIIANDIZE QENERALL Y.
All lose; s sustained by the association since
its organization hive been promptly paid, and
STATEMENT OF ASSETS, JAN. 1, 1871.
Bonds and Mortgages $1,531 273 id
Real Estate, Office, No. 34 North
United States Registered Bon ."
Loan of the City of Philadelphia.
Warrants of the City of
Loan of the State of Pennsylvania
Loan of the City of Pittsburg, 7
l l,M7 49
1000 shares of Stock of Pennsylra
n2a Railroid Coinpany..
Pennsylvania 1ilruad Scrip .
Lehigh Valley Railroud Bond, 7
per cent ... ....... . ,, ,,
Loan of MasonicTempIe, 7130 ...
3S1 rbares of Stock of Fire Association-..
Interest Accrued and Unpaid.
Nett Premiums pqe by Agents in
per ceo i
Cash in Bank, January 1, 1871
OF NEBRASKA. I
Avviivwf Vzr r. I
It is hereby certified tbat the Fire Associa
tion of PhilatfcUbU, has complied with the
InsurjDce law of this State, and is authorized
to transact the businss of.Fire Insurance In this
State for the current year.
Witness my hand and seal of office
L.S.1 at Lincoln, Nebraska, thlslOth day
of March, 1574. ' '
J. B. tVESTON.
A MmvAnla Tlaan . .- -
Auditor ot btale.
m. IT. TVILLARD, Deputy.
iU2iUU A McKOON, Agont.
Ml FanUisvsa au, Bt. 141b ft 1st
L. W. JOXTXS
S3i:ad S3S 13tla trrf ,
Opposite the Post 0ffic9.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD !
Choice Imported aad Boaaeatle Clears
German American Insur.Co.
OF THE ClTx
OF XO'S'TCr TORK.
JANUARY 1st, 1874.
States IBonds, (market
Loans secured by United Stales
and New York State Bonds
New York City 7 per cent Bonds
Cash in hands 01 Agents, and in
course of transmission .-
Premiums due on Policies, New
Cash in Bank..
Cash In o(Hce.
9,12 1 50
but not due..
FRENCH A McKOON,
e 1 Ct.
rS ACKNOWLEDGED BY EVERYBODY TO
I be the
Published in Nebraska,
It Contains More Reading Matter
and Less Advertisements than
any Newspaper Published
in the West.
Embracing a choice selection o
news and miscellaneous matter with
live Editorials on all important top
ics ; complete and reliable telegraph
ic and local market reports to the day
of issue,"and a variety of State,East
ern and Western correspondence that
together make up a newspaper sel
dom equalled and never surpassed.
Every article tjoing into the col
umns of tbe BEE is carefully scru
tinized, and everything that can of
fend the most scrupulous, rejected.
But Independent in principle the
policy of the BEE is, and always has
been, to expose and denounce abus
es and corruption in the body poli
tic without fear or favor.
$150 Per Annum,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
138 Farnham Street, -
TO MARY E. REACH. NON-RESIDENT,
-defendant: Yuu will tule Dot Ice tint
li corse E. Iteach.cf the S ate of Nrhr9ka,dld
on the7iii iUy of May, A. I. 1474, u.ohls pe
tition in tbe JU rict Court for Douglas county.
Sell a-k,gali.t you, the ohject and prayer
of which utu procure a decree if d:rorce.
Ycu are therefore nquirci to appearand an
weraaid petition on or Wore the 'OA dnjr of
Jane, A. I). 1874. GEORGE E. BEC1I.
Ry F. A . Ukale a J. . Shropmiibe,
Dated May 9tb, A. D. 1374.
may 9, w-st-.t. HU Attorneys.
ToAlrinM Sloth-ahead and CarlotU Mother
head, non-rtiidentu, dekndauU ;
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
Life Association of America, d-'dnn th 9th
day of May, A D 1371, &U in the District Court
ofltoURln County. NtJraska, their petition
against you, the c ty of Omaha, and oughu
County, Nfhraska, the oblcct and prayer of
which it to obtain an accounting uf the money
due from you to the said Life Association cf
America, upon a certain note and mortgage fcr
$2,000 00 Iat d December 24th, lb6D. and re
corded Dedeiucex 27th, 18C9, in Rouk 9" of
Mortgages, at paps 4CG, ot said Douglas County
records, and for an order or decree to ell the
mortgaged prcwiv to wit : All that portion
of lot 4 in blotk 12, in the Cty tf Omaha,
said ioi 4, being a atrip of ground 27$fett front
ana running is sotiieei, tngetner wstn all tbe
buildings thereon, and for general relief. You
are required to answer said petition on or be
fore July Cth, 1874.
T. W.T RICHARDS
171 Fanuam , 8. S.0w. 11th St.
Q.K it OOA PEK DAY. Agents want
2)D lO QAAJ ed. All daises of, work
ing people) oi either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for us In their spare mo
ment or all the time, than at anything else.
Address ST1N60N A CO.. Portland, Maine
13th St., bet. Farakam imd xTaraej.
All kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING sad
' RtTPATRTNQ done al reaaonahla ma
JAS. M. MCVTLTIE,
133 14 is Faraain Stmt.
MR. JOHN RATH
IS AG EST FOB
J. J. BROWInT & BRO.?
Agents for tlie Oriental Powder Co.
mj3.,r OJSLJLJESl, 2ST1BB.,
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
-SUCCESSORS TO CREIGIITON AND MORGAN
No. 205 Farnham Street,
OIIVLAIELA., - - -KrRTR
ptsny -Jf Pi ri
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN & CO.
Wo. 247 Douglas Street,
OIMIA.H:, - - 3STEB
AOKYTS FOR THE UUPONT POWDER CO.
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnham Street,
q:mia.:e5:jl, - - - ietieiib.
j. j. browist & bro.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE km FANCY DRY GOODS
JOHN T. EDGAR,
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
246 Douglas St.,
. IIARVKSTKIIH. UK.Ml'Iftt Hnwn . " "" &
GEO. A, HOAGLAND,
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THST&, U. J. B. S. 7B1CK. -
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE, i
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
'" :iiara Mi-eei,
Im Old Kentucky Whiskies and rwporleJ.tt'oodj a Specljllj.
239 DOUGLAS 3TB.,
iCaldwtll Rlock.) f
-A- E. S I im: h? S O IsT,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER m CIGARS.
S32 TFTttEnsrrris: st.,
SOMES and FARMS Z2T HIBRASKA
The Hurlinton and Slissiurl River Railroad Co., oSbrs bwt Ian 's at tow prioe oc 10 year'
cred't at 6 per cent. Interest, anj wi h alumn premium of 20 percent, on tha amountof thaj
purchase, U ball the land is cuitirated, within two years from date of purchase.
LARGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, :Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
TLeB.A Jf.R. R. Co. willse'labont W).O00 tcrei of s-)Vnlllt"!lnanJjricnItaral3aud fa
a'wfll watered rountry,',atlroni 21 n to S7.0O per acre on longeredlt.
South of he Platte
The Comi any owns a large b-l r o' the fcut Ian 1 in Nebraska, latorsee-l by nameroos rlrers
and a-ljaceui to Its rallroa 1 and in the largest "'Ihet t derelop-rl pm of tbe State, as; also la tk
amouj fepubllcun. Valley. FordrcuUrs an J lull Information apply to
C. B. SCHALLEK, Agent B. & M. land Office,
Cor of Matb and Farnbam Sts.. Omaha.
Or Ueaer.il Law! Pepirtueiit, LIacola,5ck.
RATS & HATTSE1T.
WHOLESALE DEALES3 IN AIL KINDS OF
o X a- A. K, S!
AND DEALERS IX
Pip3, Tobaccos, Etc.
The atien ion of dealers is called to the fact
are prepared to LABEL our goods wl:h their
as manufactuetd expreuly for thru.
May 27-d lm.
Boots and Shoes.
- - Omaha. Neh
WON BIiOOK. arMmS
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