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THE OMAHA BEE
"WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1874.
OFFICIAL FAFER OF THE CUT.
THE OMAHA. DAILI BEE
I. erred to retoanben by wto. to wr
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Chlca&o and all Eastern cities, Nebraska
CitT.PlatUmouth, Council IMufliand liurling
ton.dueat 1030a. m.,dosesat43Ja. in. and
1?t.rLouls and St. Joseph, due at 10:00 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; closes at 1:45 p. n. and 430 a. m.
Office open Sundays from 12 to I p. in.
u ft. E. YOST. Postmaster.
TrtAOVKairisKKS rne CIUCD
X.VrIO r tbe DAILT BKK 1 more
tbasielomMe tkat or aeylolher dally
patsserpmblUbed la Xebraslu.
Peycke's Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 307, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
OMAHA BREVITIES.
Yesterday was a bad day for
our business.
The State Central R .jjgj
Committee are in session
can
at
C. Ii. Bristol's office.
Buncc, the poet hatter, in walk
ing up Farnham street yesterday
with a redjWhlte and blue umbrella,
manifested his patriotism, adver
tised his business, and put us in
mind of Sergeant Bates.
Monday night somedeviI,or fel
lowfull of the devil, threw a couple of
stones or other missiles against the
side of the building enclosing the
pulpit. "The devil seems to have
nothing else to do," said Mrs. Van
Cott
Some rowdies outside of the
Van Cott tent, Monday night, dis
turbed the meeting by yelling out,
"A fight! a fight!" Mrs. Van Cott's
exclamation of "Thank God," on
account of anollier sinner giving his
testimony, chimed in immediate
ly aftewanls, causing some consider
able amusement.
The Bee was the first paper in
the State to publish a statement of
the homesteads taken up in Central
Nebraska the Hon. Joseph Fox,
receiver of the Grand Island Land
office, furnishing us the figures. The
statement, with our concluding re
marks, was afterwards published in
the Grand Island IYwjcs. Yesterday
morning's Herald contains the
same, and gives credit for it to the
limes. A commendable exhibit of
enterprise and cheek, certainly !
The same burglar who attempt
ed to enter Prof. Beals' house Sun
day night, tried to get into Dr.
Ish's house, which is near by, by
cutting off a slat on the outside of
the doctor's bed room. He failed,
however, to open the window. The
doctor discovered in the morning
what had been done, and only re
gretted that he had not been awak
ened and thus given an opportunity
to use the seven-shooter that was
lying under bis pillow.
Mrs. Van Cott closed her labors
.here Monday evening, af.era sue
.ceasful campaign against the sinners.
The farewell scene at the tent was
veryaffecting to some people. Com
plimentary resolutionSjpasied by the
members of the church, were read
and adopted by the congregation
present, and remarks followed from
3Ire. Van Cott, Rev. Mr. Wright,
and others. She left to-day for the
Pacific coast,-and she .threatens to
turn to umaua again in July or
August.
Mark Twain is
issuing his
"Sketches" in monthly parts.
For
the first part of the only authorized
edition, we are indebted to the Va
riety Bazar. It is neatly printed,
and is profasely illustrated. Us con
tests are composed of the very best
sketches of the witty Twain, and
gxia first number is especially good
on account of its containing the
jjMgtibfe rry of "The Jumping
Song of the Missouri river du
ring the June rise: "How is this for
high!"
G. W.AmbroseW. O. Bartholo
mew, and Judge Brigga will occupy
the front room in the second
story of Fairlie & Monell's new
building, for a law office, and will
move, weather permitting, to-morrow.
Quite a number ot delegates
from the different Sunday Schools
left for NebraSlMCityyesterduyaf-'fc:Mondaye.ninandleftfortne
tern oon,notwith3tan ding the rain, to
attend the State Sunday School
Convention, which will continue
in session three days.
It is told for a lact that the
lightning recklessly played around
on a meat saw in the hands of a
butcher, while at work at Sheely'a,
pesterday morning, without any ott
er jury to the meat hacker than to
nearly scare him out of his wits. The
story is rather thin, but the only
reflection that can be cast upon the
author, is that he imagined the re
flection of the electric flash to be
the lightning itself.
Samuel Atkins, the one legged
machinist, who recently had an
arm amputated at the wrist in
consequence of having it mutilated
at the shops by the machinery, is
able to be out again upon the streets.
He intends to go to Chicago soon
to obtain a wooden hand, and upon
his return he will be given employ
ment in one of the Union Pacific
offices. He is in excellent spirits,
full of pluck, and anxious to get
to work. This man deserves the
bighest praise for his courage and
determination not to give way to
gloomy thoughts over his misfor
tunes, as 999 men out of 1,000, un
der tbe same circumstannces, would
do.
Fanonai.
Mr. S. J. Cluffis quite ill.
United States Marshal Daily came
up from Peru Monday.
Mr. Fred Thomas left yesterday
afternoon for a visit to New York
State.
President Dillon and party re
turned from the west yesterday af
ternoon. Hon. J. D. Neligb, of West Point,
is at the Wyoming.
H. P. Handy, of Grand Island, is
at the Wyoming.
William Plank, of St. Joe, is
running up a board bill at the Wy
oming, while he remains in town.
E. L. Beaumont, of Beaumont &
Norton's Minstrels, is at the Wyom
ing. United States Deputy Marshal
Ball came in from the Republican
Valley Monday. He is quite ju
bilant over the fact that he killed a
buffalo two or three days ago.
Mr. C. J. Kathrins, of the whole
sale liquor house of Adler, Kath
rins & Co., of Sioux City, is in town
on a visit He ia a genial gentle
man, and has quite a number of
warru personal friends here, who are
all glad to see him.
M. Goldsmith has returned from
Cheyenne, where he attended the
government sale of condemned
goods. There were about thirty
speculators in the ring, Boston, New
York, Chicago, SL Louis, Baltimore,
Omaha, and other large cities being
represented. The goods sold high,
and brought the government about
$50,000.
The following are the arrivala at
the Wyoming Hotel :
T C Wills, 8ioux City; D C Brown
do; T M Tiffeny, Chicago; W A
Thompson, Indianapolis ; Jacob
Pierson, Des Moines; G 8 Prince,
New York; H W Beal,- do; R C
Roper, St Louis; G W Clenman,
Fulton, HI; Mrs M S Burrage, Falls
City; J J Roberts, do; Mrs E Bush,
Tekamab; John Brenton, Jackson,
Mich; Mrs L B Dresser and son,
New York; A B Gibson do; W R
Stewart, Salem, Oregon; Mrs MJ
rang, Nebraska City; O 8 W Trox
ler, Murfresboro, Tenn;T G Percell,
Fremont; Geo F Howell, Genoa,
Neb;E L Bemond,B AJN Minstrels;
M H Helmer, Schuyler; Wm C
Bounsall and family, Salt Lake;
Miss E F Barron, Aurora, 111; J M
Terry, North Platte.
Sesistiaff ma OSoar.
Peter Johnson and William J.
Standing are tne names of two fel
lawswhogot into trouble Monday
evening by too often emptying the
flowing bowl. The Inebriated bum
mers took up too much room on
Farnham street; and thus attracted
the attention of policeman Mans
field, who tackled them, and was
about to take them to the "cooler."
They wouldn't have it that way,
and began kicking up a lively resis
tance, so much so that the officer
called upon Councilman Sutphen
for assistance. The Councilman
came promptly forward only to be
kicked and scratched by the unruly
pair. However, they were soon se
cured and lodged in jail. Yesterday
morning they paid $10.00 and costs
each at the Police Court
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR,
AWARDED PREMIUM AT
STATE FAIR 1872 and 1873.
Wells & Nieraan Schuyler, Neb.,
Little & Williams, Omaha.
June 9-tf.
Gueat reductionin dress goods,
shawls, domestics, etc., at
JS-2t Houston dc Garkison's.
The finest broadcloth, all colors
and shades, to be found at
un3tf J. H. Stetn's.
VEaETABtE Market at Brun
ner's. une2-10t
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 street
mayCeoily
GONE WEST.
Departure of Xrs. Vaa Cott.
Sow tke Be Stands ia
timation-
her Ei-
This talented lady and earnest and
eloquent revivalist, closed a most
successful series of meetings in this
IraCluC cuasl uua uiuiuiugi twvuiu-
panied by Mr. Hulse, who is a rela
tive of hers. The Rev. Clark
Wright also went out as far as Kear
ney Junction.
While at the depot a Bee reporter
had the honor of an introduction to
Mrs. Van Cott, by the Rev. Clark
Wright At first the reporter was
somewhat backward about coming
forward, as he anticipated being
"hauled over ihe coals" for being a
newspaperman. He had an idea
that Mrs. Van Cott considered all
the Omaha newspaper men, with
the exception of George W. Frost,
unconvertible heathen, on account
of their having at various times
playfully alluded to the re
vival tent as the Methodist
circus. However, the timid re
porter was introduced, and he did
not regret it He found Mrs. Van
Cott a most agreeable and entertain
ing lady. She was much pleased
with her success in Omaha, and she
was lavish in her praises of the city
and her people, and expressed her
surprise that such good order
had been maintained at the
tent meetings. She left the
city with pleasant recollections,
and hoped to stop here a day or
two on her return from the west,
where she goes to endeavor to raise
an $18,000 debt on a church.
The Bee seemed to her favorite
newspaper in Omaha, and she exy
pressed herself very much pleased
with its report of her first Sun
day's services here. "I .felt," said
she, "when I read it, that I could
take that reporter by the hand, aud
personally thank him."
The reporter loomed up taller
than ever, and remarked (aside) to
theRev. Clark Wright, "Thatshows
how the Bee stands in religious cir
cles. The Herald is nowhere."
TheRev. Clark Wright confirmed
the remark by an affirmativenod,
and as the train moved oil the re
porter said "Good morning," and
landed on the platform, regretting
that Mrs. Van Cott had overlooked
him during her meetings, and he
was sorry that he had never inter
viewed her before, as he learned
during his conversation with her,
that she would have liked very
much to have had him call upon her.
Mrs. Van Cott has many warm
friends in Omaha, who all wish her
success wherever she goes, and they
hope that she will not break down
under the severe labors which she
voluntarily undertakes for the
cause of religion.
Tbe Storm.
Yesterday morning, about half past
j'clock,the manager of the heaven
ly waterworks issued an order to
his understrappers to turn the fau
cets of the rain-clouds, and give
Mother Earth a first-class shower
bath. Instantly following the command
a preliminary overture of thunder
and lightning took place, and in a
few minutes the rain came down in
torrents, accompanied for a short
Jimp by hailstones, which broke
considerable glass. The rain fell
unceasingly and heavily for about
an hour and a half, at the end of
which tlmo the streets were like
rivers, and the collars were half
filled with water.
The heaviest damago done was
that received by the frame building
at thesouth-west corner of Farnham
and Fifteenth streets, owned by Jo
seph Barker, and being fitted up
for a restaurant. It had recently
been raised, and had a brick base
mont pqt under it The water flowed
into the cellar from the east and
west sides, and in a few minutes
carried with it a large portion of the
the newly laid wall, causing the
remainder of the basement to bulge,
and allow the building to settle
slightly. The men at work inside
at the time, hearing the falling
brick and the rushing water, expec
ted the building would fall, and ran
outside considerably frightened.
The w i r was turned in to the cellar
by the gutter being carelessly filled
up with rubbish.
Between nine and ten o'clock p.
m., the storm began again and con
tinued all night. There must have
been considerable damage done by
the flood.
Compare SNOW FLAKE with
the flour you have been using and
none but Wells & Nieman's will do
hereafter. Little t Williams, Blue
Front Store, Douglas street
June 9tf
Dyeing, cleaning and- repairing
one in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet Farnham and Douglas.
apr28t f.
JUST RECEIVED.
J. H. Stein has just received the
finest lot or Marseilles Vesting ever
brought to this city. jo3 tf
Fruit Market, at Brunner's.
June 2 lOt
For the choicest, clteapest line o
groceries in the city, call on Jno. 8.
Johnson &Co., 260 Dodge street,
(old stand of DoolitUe &. McPher
son). June 3 eod 5t
The Latest Goods to be had is
at J. H. Stein's.
may26-eod-tf.
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.
JmsySOtewtf
TREAT OR TRAVEL
A Sad Kan in a Saloon.
Patrick Rockbud is the keeper of
a saloon near the Omaha andNorth
western depot He is a bad man in
a saloon, as he occasionally has the
hardihood to partake of his own
liquors. That's what got him into
difficulty Monday. A man named
Smith everybody knows Smith
came into the saloon, thirsty as a
race-horse, and ordered two glasses
of lager. The leer was set out to
him, when Rockbud, -seeing that a
couple of his customers were sitting
in the saloon eyeing the inviting
beer and waiting for somebody to
treat them, suggested that Smith
give them a drink. Smith couldn't
seo it, as be didn't have the honor
of the acquaintance of the two
Micawbers. Handing Rockbud a
two dollar bill, he waited for his
change, but waited in vain. When
Smith would'nt treat, he went for
him, grabbed him by the throat,
and handled him just as.if he were
In earnest. Smith really thought
that he was in earnest, too ; and as
spon as he could release himself
from the clutches of his assailant,
he ran out of the building and es
caped. Coming to the Police Court
he swore out a complaint against
Rockbud for assault and battery,
and the warrant of arrest was placed
in the hands of policemen Benedict
and Byrne, who went ;ip to arrest
him. They received a red-hot wel
come, as Rockbud was right on his
muscle. He was so balky, that they
had to bind him with ropes, puthim
in an express wagon, and take him
to jail. The crusaders did not ac
complish this, however, before they
had received numerous kicks,
scratches and bites from the obstrep
erous Rockbud.
Upon being brought before the
Police Court yesterday he was
fined $10 and costs for keeping a
disorderly house, and his license
was revoked? Being unable to settle
the bill, he was escorted to jail.
IMMIGRATION.
The
Quarterly betiion of the
State Board
The Proposed ffew Work oa the
Resources of Bebraska.
The State Board of Immigration
composed of Col. Noteware, Su
perintendent, Hon. J. D. Neligh, of
West Point, and J. J. Roberts, Esq.,
of Falls City, Richardson county-
is now holding Its regular quarterly
session at the office of the State Su
perintendent in this city.
Thus far the members have been
carefully looking over the reports of
the various county commissioners
of immigration.
They all show evidences of re
markable prosperity, and prove tnat
no other State in the country has
brighter prospects than Nebraska.
Everywhere the State is being ra
pidly settled up, and those portions,
where two years ago not a white
man could be found, arTThbw well
populated and turned into rich far
ming districts, intensive crops
have been put in, and the pro
babilities are that Nebraska will be
blessed with a most abundant har
vest The members of the Board have
in contemplation the publication of
a larger work on the resources of
Nebraska, giving to each county
three or four pages. It is proposed
to inducopacl) county to defray the
expense of the number of pages de
voted to It
There aro now sixty-two organized
counties in this State, and they will
all probably unhesitatingly agree to
contribute to the work, which will
be a well written and carefully com
piled volume of over two hundred
pages.
For soda and mineral water, Pe
ruvian beer and ginger ale,patronizc
the "Statue," the costliest and most
magnificent soda apparatus ever
constructed and now running in full
blast at Ish's Farnham street drug
8to;-e dispensing the most delicious
and cooling drinks In Uip otyt
May 15, eod 2m
FOR SALE!
A Jackson's Burlington 8,000
pound scale, at a bargain,
Union Coal & Mining Co.
juneCt3
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street,
may 7-tf.
Parasols and Fans. Awful
Cheap, at
Houston & Garrison's.
juneSt2
Gladstone & Co. nave just re
ceived and opened 100 elegant
ladies' suits, to which thr attention
of the ladies is respectfully called,
as they mustbe wl a once and
oheap. Iuu8-2t
Elegant Grenadines, in plain
black and satin stripes, at greatly
reduce prices, at
Houston & Garrison's.
juneS-2t
"Gilt Edge"
the Valley."
Flour made.
and "Cream of
Best brands of
may23?lm,
ioR Sale Cheap. Desimble
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V. Burkxey.
apr 11-tf
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 leas than one year,
and is nearly as good as sew.
For terms Ac, address
E. Rosewateb,
rn f. Publisher of the Bee.
Carpets cheap, English Tapes
try Brussels, $1 25. All others Jn
1 proportion, ai
J8-2t Houston 4 Garrison's,
MERRICK COUNTY.
The Crop Prospect.
Lome Tree.
A Difgxuted Bridge Projector.
r Communicated.
Lone Tree, Neb., June 8, '74.
Editor Bee.
Among the happiest men in Ne
braska to-day are the farmers of
Merrick County. And well may they
rejoice, for crops never looked bet
ter. It has been estimated that the
acreage of wheat in this county this
year is at least three times greater
than that of last year. Our farmers
have been on the qui vive for the
much dreaded grasshoppers and po
tato bug, but as yet have not put
in an appearance.
Our town has had several very
valuable acquisitions this spring in
the shape of new dwelling houses,
new stores, etc. A fine steam grist
mill is in process of erection at this
place, and will be in running order
before harvest This, in connection
with the mill in the west end of the
county, will afford ample facilities
for manufacturing all the flour ne
cessary for home consumption.
Although two weeks' notice had
been given in our county paper, that
a meeting wouiu oe nem on Satur
day last, for the purpose of taking
into consideration the propriety of
votinir precinct bonds, to aid in con
structing a bridge across the Platte
river, south of this village, yet only
one mau the originator of this
school boy scheme was present
The contorted countenance of the
individual in question, as he gazed
upon the vacant seats, and thought
of the total annihilation of his pet
scheme, must have been indeed
frightful. Peace to his ashes. The
scheme was doubtless lutedded to
defeat the M. P. R. R. project, but
was entirely "two thin." Our citi
zens have strong hopes of securing
this road, and think the day not far
distant when we will have a direct
connection with St. Louis, and all
southeastern points.
The Merrick county agricultural
society held a meeting a few days
since, and made the necessary ar
rangements for holding a county
fair at Lone Tree some time next
September.
The grangers of this county have
not yet accomplished any one of
the many objects for which that or
ganization is notorious, but have
been rather luke-warm. We un
derstand, however, that they in
tend to make up for lost time by
holding a grand celebration at this
place on the Fourth of July. As
the perspiration that moistens the
brow of the honest granger does not
ooze out through the pores of our
skin, we of course know nothing
whatever, of the programme of ex
ercise, but surmise that they will be
of a nature sufficiently imposing to
strike terror to the hearts of the ex
acting merchants, and to face a
flag of truce from the "middlemen."
That they may either soon reach the
desired goal, and settle down to
their labors as of yore, and finally
"give us a rest," will ever be the
prayer of Casablanca.
DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT
COURT.
Hon. Q. B. Lake, Judge.
Omaha, June 9.
The jury in the replevin suit of
Lovelaud vs. Forbes, returned a
verdict in favor of plaintiff with
nominal 'dan)agt,-s.
Nowacek vs Nowacek, sale con
firmed. IJoajland vs Tivume, defendant's
motion to continue overruled.
First National Bank of Cheyenne
vs Davis motion for security for
costs overruled.
Hickman vs Redick, et al time
for filing amended, petition extend
ed to Friday.
Kirkland vsKirkland dismissed.
State Bank ys Jackson, et al
leave for defendent Dord to answer
by first day of next term.
Neijer vs Brewer et al leave to
answer in thirty daj's and case con
tinued. MeGinnis vs Pratt and Myers
judgment for $339.75.
MeGinnis vs Pratt Judgment for
$256.83.
Plummer vs Weymuller judg
for $897.65.
Doughtie, guardian, vs Wood, et
al decree of foreclosure for $7,
074.05. Hanscomvs Frost, et al decree
f foreclosure for $1,820.00."
Newton vs Moveland, (replevin)
jury trial in progress.
Adjourned till 9 in the morning.
Now is the acpepted. tjme to buy
goods at ratoa to suit tho times, for
cash at J. H. Stein.
may2Geodtf
dentisthy-.
mw.
DENTISTS,
OFFICE. No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
rrsTjBs,-
Bet 13th & 14th Sts., OMAHA
-OUlest liractlrluir H"iitlsU In the city
DR. A. S. BILLINGS,
DEKTIST,
884 Zrxxl&ta3a. flit..
Bet. 13th and Hth, up stairs.
Teeth extracted without pain, bruseof M
troua Oxide Has.
tSce open stall hour SU
MftS. If- H. PAUIE1C,
Fashionable Dress'and Cloak
Maker,
Booms, as Douglas St. near .ISth, (Dp Stairs.
I cut from actual measurement not from
patterns and will guarantee satisfaction in all
ases,
Catlue awl Filling a Specialty.
70RCra3srBza-,
hasufactdefe of
O I
C2- KS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and Smokers' Article. l&S DOUQ
IAS STVOMAHA, NEB., OpposlU Metro
politan Hotel. Consumers and Dealers will
find It to their adrantage to examine mj stock
befoae purchasins elsewhere. mrl5-lr
SlOAl
I. VAN CAMP M. D.I
Dlini ii... M. an Vtnssi and
ncolar practice, nakea sperUH ties ol Deranjs-
sects aad Diseases neouario wosbsb, ciko-
Imn mil Wwliliwmr "TTTT'Tm-r'-i-T tad
lU8tmta,tisdertotMiWst, up aUlri
OS.. AsMwm Imk Bw .
-SPECLAX. NOTICES.
NOTICE. AdTerUaementa of To Let, For
Sato, LoctWanU, Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per Uce; each subsequent Insertion,
FIVE CEFIS per line. lho first insertion
neTer less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
11 ANTED A gul, at 253
Howard, near
Je9tt
s mn sireet.
TjTOR UALE A horse, wagon and harness:
X! suitable for retail business; will be sold
?SP- Inquire at the stable of GEO. W.
HOM AN, cor, of Harney and 13th sts. je9d3t
FORSALt AT A BAMiAIN-Oneof Gale's
Celebrated Pea-nut It-aMer? ; ilso one Lung
Tester. Inquire at MERKirTis Restaurant.
je8dlm.
TXTANTED A girl to do general house-
II won, in a sniau iamur. Inquire at
jcStf
MALL FOUNDRY.
FOR REST A large store bouse; conveni
ently located. Uquire at fish store, 231
Douglas street, of
R. BEURENS.
jes ut
rPO RENT 1 wo cottases, with well and soit
X water. Apply to T. II. LATEY, cor. of
Yvebster and ICth Mri-et.
Jt8 3t
f
IOR RENT A house with fire rooms and
basement, well, cistern and stable: also.
a furnished room. Inquire at 2S9 Howard, be-
tween 15th and ICth streets. jeStf
CTJANTED A good girl. Apply at O. U.
VY BALLOU'S, South Avenue, near the
Conrent.
je9 2t
WANTED A competent girl, to do general
houso-work; none others nttU apply.
Call at J. GISU'g, Farnham street. !eG 4t
rno RENT A furnished room : withorwith-
I out board ; room suitab e for gentleman
and wife, or two single gcntlemej
Inquire
at 1(H JacEson street
je6lt
w
ANTED Girl to do general house-wort:.
Inquire 353 Douglas street.
j.Clf
WANTED Employment by a young man
of good education, sober ami industrious
habits. Uood refcrenceM furnished. Address
A. 11. ., this offlco. c5 61.
1701
Je5 6t
IOR SALE A light tLree spring express
wagon; nearly ne-.
Sl&ir&wo's UAUuiAtii-. t.ii"i;i.
BAY BOARDERS can 1 accommodated at
MRS. DELAWARE'S, S. W. corner 11th
and Harney streets.
je3Ct
WANTED Two good farm hands want a
situation upon 3 farm no) t o far from
Omaha
Apply immediately at the Bee f-
fice,
niay ')
FORSALE-lGOacrosof land, being the NE
KoffeclS, in township 13. .r. of R 4 K. in
tbe SK part ol Buttltr county. 20 miles North
west of Lincoln. A will iuiprocd farm adjoins
it on the west, and count rv all aiouud it is
thicVly wttled? Will sell for $500, one half
down, balance in one rar. or S3 (O er acre in
cash, or will trade for city proiiertr. Apply to
ujyiltf
ANDREW
RUSEWA'lEK.
--k 1
XJ andseteral vacant lots, and farm lands
lor sale; nlso houses iid offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to John E. Kklley,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon's office,
RooinNo. X Crcightuu block, rm 1 Jlf
EEO.NT PARLOR FOR REST Apply 277
Davenport st bet 15th and ICth sts. mylCtf
mO THE rUBLIC The undersigned has
J purchased and put upon tbe streets as
nubile conveyances, some
ilc conveyances, some of the finest carriages
eiermanufactured in this country. They will be
1 this country. They will be
depots, hotels and private
e a left at tbe Metronolltan
run to and lrom tba dcoots. hotel!
residences. All orde a left at tbe Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near s e cor of Eleventh
at and Capital Avenue, will be promptly at
tended to. A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
myl3tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY One section choice land, on
the big bend of the Republican River. Nuckols
County. Inquire ot A- MINSKI. .
my!4-iul Cor Harney and 15th U.
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc., Immediately, at
the employ meat otHce.room 9 Vbacher'sbloclc.
my8tf
FOR SALE. I will sell good second hand
can iages and buggies low for cash or tn.de,
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
niayCtf G. W.Houan.
FOR SALE A Singer s-wing machine,
new. Inquire of Max Meyer A. Bro.
nei
ap'J
OR SALE One set parlor furniture; also
! a piano. Inquire of Max Meyer A Bro.
ap27'f
WANTED A cneap nrm in exenange for
merchandise. Address, Farmer, BK
office. ap21t
jOR SALE OR RENT o. 354 Chicago st
! Apply to
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
ap21 Oil Mill.
FOR SALE OR RENT A farm of 120 acres
w ith house and barn, situated one half mile
west of the Barracks; inquire of
mchl6U D. P. REDMOND.
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
The Shortest and only Direct
Route fiotn
COUNCIL BLUEIFS
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points In
NORTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains via this route.
CONNECTIONS.
1. At O. P. Transfer wilh Union Pacific
Ballroad for Omaha.
2. At Council liluff, with Kansas City, St.
Joe and Council Bluns Railroad for St. Louis
aud all points south.
3. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway for Chicago aud all
points east.
4. At Sioux City with Sioux City and St.
Paul, Illinois Central and DakoU Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River,
during navigation, and with stages for all
points in the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with the Union
Pacific railroad for all points west and the
Pacific coast.
7. At Wisner with stages for Norfolk aqd all
points in Northern Nebraska.
KSTlckcts for salo In Chicago and North
western Railway offices.
WBe sure your" tickets read via S.C.4P.
Railway, '
L. BURNETT, Sup't.
F. a HILLS. Gen. Ticket Agt. Jeu'-7m
DATE WE TWO BKAINS J
DR. C. Es BROWN-SnqUARD.
IS ALCOHOL A POISON I
DR. WM. A. HAMMOND.
TIIE T0ET LONGFELLOW.
JAMES T. FIELDS.
U. S. SURVEY OFTDE WEST.
(With Map.)
UNDER LIEUT. O. M. WHEELER.
THE HORSE IN AMERICA.
(ILLUSTBATED.)
Discoveries by PROF. O. C. MARSH.
SAFETY AT SEA.
(Illustrated.)
IRON STEAMERS THAT WILL NOT SINK.
These interesting Lectures and Letters, with
a careful report of the important Papers read
at the April meeting of the National Academy
of Sciences at Washington, and at the May
meeting of the American Oriental Society at
Boston, are publl.hed in full in TUE TRI
BUNE EXTRA, No. 19. Price, In sheet form,
10 cents; in r. ampblet, 20 centi, or seven for SI.
Circulars giviqz full details of tlu contents
of ail TaE TRIBUNE EXTRAS, free by mail.
The Weekly Tribune,
THE FARMERS FAVORITE PIPER,
Until January 1, 175, for SI.
Address " THE TRIBUNE, New-York.
je9dlt
KOI ICE OF SALE.
By virtue of the terms and conditions of a
certain Chattel Mortgage, executed nnto me
by Thamas Salter; and wherein I am, upon
the non-fulfillmnt of the conditions and
covenants (herein set forth, emroarerei to
make peremptory sale of thote certain goeds
and chattels thtreln mentioned or enumerated,
I wiU on Wednesday, July the 1st, at lOcclock,
a. m , at the auction rooms of Gray A Allen on
Douglas street, in tbe city of Omaha, sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing described lersonal property, t.z:
One counter, one ice bor, two side-boards,
one stove, two tables, and all the saloon fix
tures, glassware, and stock contained in thit
certain saloon, formerly owned by Thomas
Salter, and situated In the west room of tbe
old Douglas House, on Hainey street, In tbe
city of Omaha.
Dated this 3d day of June, 1374.
)e9dltw2t M. J. McKELLJGON.
i!3 XI TO- 4T. 3D; sT O IO" 3B m
-MA rACTCKZX OF ASD OKAIJCS TsT-
Lusrtroqalas and Wladoir Shades.
CHROXOS, ENGRAVINGS AND
PICT USE FRAMES.
0 Fsrakajatree,CQrnr FUtMHtk
EBERHART
tiik JCT ITGr dkau b
BABY BUGGIES!
ilPSSrisssssslsssTBsml r-- ?
Is SOLE AGENT in Xebraska for
4 of the Best Makers. My prices
are away below ! these smaUdeale.-a,
have 300 in stock, anil "WILL NOT
be undersold ! Make no mistake I
see the "BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You nave dollars
by so doing. See the new
' BOSTON CANOPY TOP!"
Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders tilled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! lW cash. I make
a " specialty" of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
BIBDS
Imported (all kinds) wholesale- and
retail. apl3eod2m
JACOB GZSS,
261 Farnham St.. Bet. 141h IStb
UNDERTAKER
JOHX UAUaKfl,
Practical Watchmaker,
171 Paranam , 8. tC-ir. 11th St,
OMAUA - - - NEB
YM DOHA'S MACHINE
SHOP.
All kinds of light and heavy
MACHINERY M.VOE & REPAIRED.
SAU Work Guaranleea.-g
256 HABHEY STREET, - OMAHA,
ep'iati
TAILOR,
18th St, bet. Farnham and llarney.
AU kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING and
.REPAIRING done at reasonable ratea
apr2U
JAS. M. MVHETTIE,
-WHOLESALE DEALEU.IN-
Clarified Cider.
135 nml ISC Farnham Street.
California House.
FRITZ HAFSEE, Prop'r.
No. 170 Itouglas Street, corner 11th, Oin ha,
Nebraska. L'oard by the day or week.
junol.yl
ILLINOIS HOUSE.
Faruliain Sroot
Between 9tk and 10th.
CHARLES FCLDERMAN, Prop.
mclilllf
CARRIAGE, BUGGY and WAGON
MANUFACTURER.
N. E. CORNER of Hth and HARNEY STS,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
lic tint he is now ready to fill all con
tracts in the above lines wilh neatness and
dispatch.
SjTEi press wagons constantly on hand and
or sale.
JOiLN U. GREEN,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
UltALN, I: LOUR AM) FEED,
X.SD
COMMISSION MERCHANT
L. WOODWOItTII,
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
WACOIT
Wood
Stock,
OA.Xiniia.CrZ
WAG0X HARDWARE,
Pateat Whetb, Ficisked Qoarisg, 4c.
Axles, Siir'ng ami Thimble Skeins,
HARDWOOD LUMBER,
Carriages, Hacks "! Buggies.
Uejiol.
mchott
aiiiN.J k.va.nukucook:
Eclectic Physician
Residence and ofGre 2.V) Do Ige st bet Hlh and
l'ltll sis.
Special attention paid to'obstetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and children. f'Jtf.
Southern Hotel.
Froatisg oa 4th, Stb and Walnut iti
St. Louisa - Mo.
Laveille, Warner &c Co.,
Pronriotorn.
The Southern Hotel is first-elisn In nil its
appbi'iliiieuu. I s table re at all times sup
plied in thr tmaiet abundance, with all in
delicacies the i.inicls afford, It rivr and
em ploy 9 are a' I pollt an atnli.e lo tbe
wanttof th'gs sUof the hotel, 'litre is an
Improve lelera r.r leading f rum the fir t floor
to the upper on, Iliilrcad aud ftcaniU.it
icketoffiers, new st nd. .nd western Solon
telegraph otn e in tun Vntamla of hotel.
JOnjf A.H3B
2S5 Harney street; bttwtea 14th and
15th.
Carriage
Wagoa Xakin?
la all it Branches, in
approred
the latest and most
pattern.
HOESE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHINU
snd repairing done on short notlea.
stpgg It
J C. IiEE,
CABFBNTEB AND BDEDEB,
233 FARNHAM STREET.
"WILLIAM SEXATJER.
225 Firn&ia Street, - OtssJia, Bob
WBOI.rS.lIJC ASD BrTATL DUUDI is
Mf I .lumYjfM
fUMHTWtB, BEDDING, CTC.
s f
lkiswssssHHRHB
ssssKKRyflJissssssrlJ
ssssssssssssssssssssssssssHssZir iLpL. 7 tflftwV
sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssV T s25sU(Lst .IsslikW"''
MR. JOHNRATII
IS AGENT FOB
OCEAN STEAMERS.
J. J. BROWN" & BRO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
oiEjEa:, :n"e:b.,
myS-ly
STEELE & JOHNSON,
Wholesale Grocers,
SIMPSON'S BLOCK
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
inchlJ-Jy
MORGAN fc GALLAGER.
-SUCCESSORS TO CREIGUTON AND MORGAN-
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 205 Farnham Street
OHMLA KCA.,
apr8JIy
WHITNEY, B ATTSERMAN & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Ho. 247 Douglas Street,
O'JSALJLIBlJi., -
mch27yl
A(I EMS FOR THE
Kurtz IfloHR C
JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES anOOTIOXS.
231 Farnham Street,
OZMZ-A-ZBCjOl, - - 3STEB-
J. J: BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEAtERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY HOODS
Notions, and
my8-lr
JOHN T. EDGAR,
-JOBBER OF
Shelf ! Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
-
AGZUCTTXiTTTXlAXf XlFXJE2X2TTfiK
TIIKESIIKKS. HAUVKSTKItN, ltEHKRS MOWKR8 DHllTr MMnV-.
i I till K" 12 WACOM. "" " mtklif
246 Douglas St., Omaha, ITebratfkat
GEO. A. HOAGLANB,
Wholesale Lumber
OFFICE AND YARD,
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THST3., VJ. B. B. TB1CI.N
OM-AaiA. - - - USTIEIB,
ROBERT
Faints, Oils, Varnishes,
BRUSHES. LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
mc'ilScodlr
HENRY HORNBERGER.
DEALER IN-
Wines, Liprs, Cigars,
dJocbo.
b Old Kcnliirkj Whiskies and Imported iloods a Specially-.
239D0UQLA88TE.,
(UMwell liluct.) f
hi9Tl
.A.. E. SIMPSON",
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGAKSL
S32 FIFTEENTH ST.,
CZlSXGrSTOM' SXjOOE. sp!mS
HOMES and FAHMS TS XTXSZULSSX
The Darlington aul MUiouri ntver Railroad Co., offers hest Ualsit loir price oa 19 jmn?
rreditttG perivnuinterrat, anil wlihahinas premium of 20 percent, on the amount of lis)
purchase, If hall the land Is cultl rated, within two years from date of purchase.
LARGE DEDUCION3 FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
Norlh of "Platte, :Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
The B. A M. R. R. Co. will sell alivil T.OOO.OOT acre of spln II 1 eraHn r aadjrlcultorajand la
well watered rouulrrat lrom Jl-fl to J7.00 per acre on landers-lit.
South of he Platte
The Comiinrownsa large blr of the btland In Jraska, latenectedbr nameroas rim
and a JjaAut to Its railroad an 1 in the Urt and best derelopel pan of the State, as; also la th
amousPepablicin.Valler. Far circulars and fall Information apply to
C. B. SCHALLER, Agent B. k M. Land Office,
Cor or Math m4 Fra)uuB Sts.. Oaak
Or Ueaera LiM Btfirtsaeat, IteMlM.
RATH SA3LTS3B3LT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Leaf Tobaccos
MANUFACTUREES OF
O I 3- -A. K, S!
AND DEALERS IN
Pipes, Tobaccos, Etc.
Theatten ion of dealers la called to the fact that we
are prepared to LIBEL our goods wi h their NAMES
as nianuf.ctaa.d expressly for them.
May 27-d In.
USTIEIB
nsriEB.
-
DUPOXT P0WDEK CO.
Boots and Shoes.
AN0 -
C. STEELJu
EALEE IN
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