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THE OMAHA BEE
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA. DAILI BEE
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Thx Omaha Daiit Eb has by far
i arJFT circulation in the city, and is,
TZf iha tvat and cheapest ad'
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KK1VAL ASM DEPABlUliE OF
Time Card .f uiTSirlhwUm Kout
AKRIVK AT OMAHA.
tXAVOHAUA. jjjb A. .
ndTyTexcepOd. -ilond-p excepted.
This is the only line running WltaW Hotel.
DV-;-iuvL Act Ticket Agent.
Dally Bxpreaa "m"
Daily Mixed J-JSaii"
Daily Freight. ? iJf-
rwilV Freight M5 A. M.
10:i0 P. M.
3:30 A. M.
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Sundin excepted. tMonoayi except.
Chleaco Ac Northweatern.
-ii SO0 A. M. 10:401. M.
js;::..::." R 10:u0 M
Cum. r St. Jo. & !4uicU Bluff
Morning Expree....S) A. M. "-M-JfSdng
Kxpreea. . .20 P. M. 6:4U P. M.
la A Nortliweler n o.
City c raciuc.
I Krareai ...S:15 A.M
Aauy excv ouur.
OmnlbMea and Baggage Wagons leave tie
oacc, corner Faraham and lnth etrt, nr
2enBilnute In advance of the above lUilroad
pemUaf ud Closing of Jftolla lu
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Chicago and all Eastern cities, ebraka
CltT.PUttJimouth, Council Bluffaand Burling
in.dueatlu30a:m.,clUSesatt3Ja. in. and
"SliuU and 8L Joseph, due at 10.-00 a. m.
Mid 7 p. W.; closes at 1:45 p. m. and 4.33 a. m.
OOce OM0 Sundays trom 12 to 1 p. m.
C. E. YOST. Postmaster.
TJAOreKfUUBi Mt CIKCD-
CXIOV of the DAILY BKB im more
taa doable taat or aay;otbcr dally
ffer BBblUbed la Nebraaka.
Percke'a Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
Fireworks for the Fourth of
July, are beginning to arrive.
Jacob E. Schuler, con vie! in
this city, in 1S72, of mail robbery,
has been pardoned by the President
The criminal docket will be
taken p In the District Court, on
Monday morning nest.
A Methodist camp meeting will
be held at the Tan Cott tent during
next week, beginning on" Monday
Ed. Rector (colored) received a
52.00 corrector at the Police Court
yesterday for using abusive and
threatening language towards a
The early bird catches the
worm. Judge Peabody married a
couple yeserday morning before
breakfast, as they wauted to go ofT
ou the early train.
A dispatch received here, yester
day morning, states that snow was
falling at Lookout and Percy, a little
over 600 miles west of Omaha. The
thermometer stood there yesterda
at 35 above.
The money for the street car
extension has been paid to the trus
tee, J. J. Brown, and Capt. Marsh
will leave for the east this afternoon
to purchase iron for the road, upon
which work will be begun about
Robert Treat, notwithstanding
the wet weather of yesterday, was
so dry (hat he treated hims-elf so
often, as to become intoxicated.
He was arrested, and taken to
the police court, he was discharg
ed, on his promising to retreat to
Nebraska City, from whence he
One Thomas Parker was ar
rested yestrday morning at three
o'clock in the vicinity of Caldwell &
Hamilton's bank for being a suspi
cious person,unable to give any good
account of himself. At the Police
Court this morning he was di.
charged and given just four hours
to leave the city.
It is strange that the proprietors
of the Herald should have sent to
Chicago for iron columns for the
front of their new building, when it
is a notorious fact that they have on
hand a superabundance of brass,
from which columus, more orna
mental and certainly more in ac
cordance with the-cliamcter of the
paper, could have been made.
Another minstrel troupe will
soon visit Omaha, and it is hoped
that our local variety-hall warblers
will "lbt up" on the habit they have
fallen into, of asking the traveling
burnt-corklats to mention their
names in some manner during the
progress of the performance.
"Diamond" started It, and since his
departure, he is being imitated in
ibis respect by all the played-out
Cg and dance men in the city.
Billy Tidwards,- of the Union, is
on his feet again, and was hoofing U
through the mud yesterday interro
gating everybody with the usual
A reception and ball will be
given at the Grand Central Hotel,
on St. John's Day, June 24th, in
honor of the Grand Lodge A. F. &
A. M. of Nebraska, by Capitol, Co
vert, and St. John's lodges of this
city. It will be a brilliant affair.
The invitations have already been
The Executive Board of the
Republican State Central Commit
tee met at the room of C. L. Bristol,
Esq., at 4 o'clock p. m., Tuesday.
All the members of the Committee
were present The meeting was
devoted mainly to unfinished busi
ness, and an interchange of views
touching upon the coming State Con
vention. The Board adjourned,
subject to the call of the Chairman.
Tn the races at Grand Rapids,
Mich., beginningyesterday and con
tinuing four days, "Randall," the
Omaha favorite, is entered for sev
eral livoly contests. In the 3-min-
ute race, which was trotted yester
day, there were ten entries. The
result is anxiously looked for here
by the admirers of Randall. In the
2:50 race for to-day, there were
twelve entries beside himself.
f'Bonnie Doon," another Omaha
horse, is booked for a 2:35 race.
Major D. H. "Wheeler, of Platts
mouth, is at the Grand Central.
Albert Able, of the firm of Max
Meyer & Co., left for the South yes
day on business.
General Granville M. Podge, the
artful dodger of the Texas Pacific
railway, was in town yesterday
President Dillon, of the Union
Pacjfic, wjll go East this after
noon. R. Hatch, a prominent Chicago
lumber man, is stopping at the
Mr. J. H. Lacey, accompanied
by his sistor-in-law, Mrs. Miser,
left for a visit to tho East Tuesday,
A. L. Maxwell, traveling agent
of the Kansas City, St Joe and
Council Bluffs railway, was in town
GideonH. Baxter, traveling agent
for the Missouri Pacific, was in the
Montgomery Queen, proprietor of
Queen's circus, and his agont, Geo.
Branson, are stopping at tho Wyom
ing, xuey are nere to arrange
rates for their circus on its trip
across the continent.
Tho following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
R R McMillan, Quincy; J H
Weaver and wife, Burlington; C
Winter and wife, Zanesville, Ohio ;
N L Thatcher, Neb; Wm Weudish,
Cincinnati; Harry JJarret, Des
Moines; Mrs 8 31 Sturges, Robert
W Logan and wife, Cantfino ; Chas
Hustor, J C Martin, Portland, Me ;
Henry Beaur, Chicago; WDawling,
North Bond ; R S Harris, Atlantic,
Iowa; J H Brooks, Cboyunne; Mrs
E Eltor, Syracuse; James Syivcr,
Philadelphia; Jas T Archarabean,
Frankfort; MB Moody, JR Wal
ter, San Francisco; Henry Albert
and wife, Stockton ; D C Stanford,
San Fruuclsco; R B Alexander,
Geneva, 111 ; J5 G Furber ".
Cal; A J Bradford, OrCu: Je
well, Fremont; W H Jay, to...
Lake; Prof Marshall and family,
Ijos Angeles ; Milton May, R J Mc
intosh, Fremont, and J Goodwin,
BOLD ROBBERY. -
A Faro Boom Entered The "Ti
ger" is Badly Demoralized.
The Sisters of Mercy beg to call
the attention of their many friends,
and of the citizens in general to the
fact that in order to promote the
greater comfort of the orphans it is
absolutely necessary that an addi
tion to the Convent should be erec
ted as the Sisters have only room
for a few more and they have been
painfully obliged to refuse all appli
cations made for boys who need
as much material care as girls
do when deprived of the blessings of
the paternal lionie and will have to
refuse them until the proposed ad
dition is completed. For the pur
pose of raisii.g funds for this object,
the Sisters intend to have a fair in
the hall, and they rely with confi
dence on the kind co-operation of the
citizens who have always evinced
a desire to help the Sisters in tneir
The Sisters have devoted all the
time they possibly could during the
past winter to the making of arti
cles both useful and ornamental,
and some friends have already do
nated several things for the fair.
Dan Allen, the keeper of a Farn
ham street faro room, had a "slick"
game played on him Tuesday night
bysome fellows whowere not exactly
on the square. They played a
scheme peculiar to themselves, and
won, but not without taking very
Dan. closed up his place about one
o'clock, and went home to roost.
It was while Dan. and his "tiger"
were at rest, that some burglars
broke into the gambling room
by means of an ax and a knife, and
captured the check-rack, with all
the red, white and blue ivory
checks, two silver dealing-boxes,
three overcoats and a pair of panta
loons, the total value of the plun
der amounting to about SI 50. The
burglars safely got away with it all.
Mr. Allen, upon entering the
"jungle" this morning, thought that
the "tiger" was the sickest-looking
animal he ever saw.
The police were informed of the
burglary, but as yet they have ob
tained no clue to the thieves. Po
liceman Byrne and Powers noticed
two men standing near the entrance
during the night, but supposing
them to be members of the sporting
fraternity, who lounge about in that
vicinity, they paid no attention to
Tive Dollars "Owet."
On Sunday evening a liberal col
lection was taken up at the Van
Cott tent. Several persons, who
happened to be caught without any
money, put tickets having written on
them the amount of their contribu
tions, into tho hat Now it occurred
to a practical joker that it would be
a good thing to drop in some forged
tickets. So he wrote one for a certain
hotel clerk to the amount of $2.00,
and one for a. Farnham street cigar
man for $5.00, and deposited them
in the hat They were turned over
to Mrs. Van Cott, with the cash con
tents of the hat A certain gentle
man oashed the $5.Q0 order, think
ing it genuine, and yesterday morn
ing he sent his boy arouud to tho
Farnham street cigar man, who
knew nothihg about it So the gen
tleman found himself $5.00 "owet."
The hotel clerk was also called upon
by a cojjector for the $2.00, but he
Wouldn't pay it, as that was the
first that he knew of any such order,
and he certainly had not authorized
any one to contribute any thing for
him. We suppose that the above
two gentlemen are not the only two
Sj.m Kelley and the Saake.
Monday morning Froij. Hirst's
pet a six-foot bull snake cseapccj,
in some mysterious manner from
his cage, in the rear of the upper
Farnham Atlantic & Pacific tele
graph oflifiG, In less than fifteen
minutes after the escape had been
discovered there were about twenty:
five men looking for that snake.
They turned over all the old boxes,
sticks, and rubbish, but the snake
did'nt turn up. Among the num
ber M'ho wore anxious to re-capture
the serpent, was Sam Kelloy, the
local passenger agent of the Chica
go fc Rock Island railway. Sam at
last thought he had found the
snake, or rather that the snake had
found him, for jqst as San), was
. -r u box anil looking be
Ieaningo.. . , ,
hind it, some practical ;flrfel,,('lift
pin into him and gave a hiss. Sam
Kelley uttered an unearthly yell,aud
turned white as a sheet. "I'm bit
ten," said he, "as sure as h 1."
His color soon changed red as a
beet for the convulsive laughter of
the by-standing snake-hunters was
an evidence that he had been made
the victim of a sell.
DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT
Hon- 0. B. Lake, Judge.
Omaha, June 10.
Fisher vs. Jones et al. Demurrer
to petition sustained, with leave to
amend petition within ten days.
Hook vs Senzie. Judgment for
First National Bank vs Johnson
et al. Judgment for $669.
The trial of that replevin suit of
Newton vs Loveland, after occupy
ing most of the time for the last two
days, was finally submitted to the
jury late in the afternoon, with iu
tructions to return a sealed verdict
in the morning.
Adjourned until 9 o'clock in the
Card of Thanks.
The Orphans unite with the Sis
ters of Mercy, in returning their
most grateful thanks to all who
have so generously patronized the
late festival held for their benefit.
Special thanks are due to the kind
ladies who were indefatigable in
their operations for its success.
Mt. St. Maky's, June S.
A Fail Line of
FOR SALE TO ALL
Look at the following Price List
on TEAS. Cut this out for refer
QPTea, $1.50, former price, $1.75
GPTea, 1.25, ' 1.50
GPTea, 1.00, " " 1.25
BIk. Tea, 1.10, " " 1-40
Blk. Tea, 75c, " "- LOO
Blk. Tea, C0c., " " 85c-
YHTea, 1.10, " " 1-40
YHTea, 1.00, J " 1-25
YHTea, OQc, ' 1-00
Imp. Tea; 1.00, " 1-50
EBTea, 1.25, " 1-50
These prices aro for the best teas
ever offered in this market for the
same money, and are from 25 to 40
cents per lb less than they can be
I am selling my goods for CASH
so I can afford and do SELL GRO
CERIES cheaper than any other
house in the city. Call and inspect
goods and price's before guying else
where. ' P. H. AUit
530, 15th street second door from
TEN THOUSAND PAIRS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
To be Sold at Prices thatlHave
Never Been Equalled in
This Stock Hast be Closed
by July 1st, at Cost or
Look at these Prices
Men's calf boots, our own
Men'n calf congress,
Men's calf congress, best
Men's kip shoes,
Ladies' cloth boots, Feary's
make, best ill 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
Also, a full line of children1 s shoes
at prices that are bound to sell
Tliis is not slop work, but our reg
ular stock, manufactured for our
custom trade, and every pair war
ranted. Call soon and secure bargains at
Weiieu & Beiiji's,
Corner Douglas and Thirteenth.
je 10 12 13
NOTICE. Advertisements ot To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, Found, Hoarding, Ac, will
be inserted, in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVECEFI3 per line. The first insertion
nerer less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
G IEL WANTED To do general house-work
J in a smaU famiiv. .Vpidv at COZZENS
I10CSK, 9th street. jelOtt
EOIt SALE Two good breaking teams. In
quire at 1C3 15.h and IkiugLu stretts.
leIOlf JAMES BONNER.
A?iTiCIi-A. B'r1, at -K Howard, near
11th street. jifi
EOKoALL A horse wagon and harness;
suluble fur retail business ; will be sold
cheap. Inquire at the stable of GEO W
HOM.AN, cur. of llaruey and liih sts. je9d3t
Oil SALE AT A HAt CAIN One of bale's
Celebrated I'ea-nutll alerj; alo one Lung
Inter. Inquire al MtUltlTT'slUstaurint.
Vy ANTED A girl to do general house--)
t , nvik,m u aiuuii juuuiY. inquire at
Jeatf tIALL rOCNDUY.
"CiOII 1IENT A large store houe: conreni-
JC jntljr located. Itquire at tish store. 23t
Douglas street, of
TO BENT Two cottages, witli well and solt
water. Apply to T. II. LATEY, cor. of
ebster and Ibth street. jcS 3t
IOB KENT A house with five rooms and
basement, well, cistern and stable : also.
a lurnished room. Inquire at 239 Howard, be
tween 15th and ICth strten. jeSlf
CTT ANTED A good girl. Apply ct O. H.
VV BALLOU'S, South Aenue, near the
Convent. je9 2t
WANTED A coniicteut girl, to do general
house-work; none others n,.ed applj.
Call at J. O bill's, ramliam street. cC -U
THO BENT A furnished room ; withorwith
J out board; room suitab'e lor gentleman
aiid wife, or two single gentlemen. Inquire
at 1H Jacfcson street. jititf
For the choicest, cheapest line o
groceries in the city, call on Jno. S.
Johnson & Co., 260 Dodge street,
(ojd sfand of Doolittle & McPher
son). Jue s. eo't 'lf-
The Latest Goods to bo had is
at J. H. Stein's.
We are selling off our extensive
stock of clothing and furnishing
goods, at lower prices than ever.
M. HELL3IAN & Co.,
Cor. Farnham and 13th St.
Now is the accepted time to buy
goods at rates to suit the times, for
cash at J. H. Stein.
Geo. H. Peterson, the pioneer
cigar manufacturer, keeps con
stantly ou hand the very best
brands of cigars, and also Lone
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
"Durham'' Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas streot.
Of Linen Suits, also single coats,
pants and vests, sold very low, at
M Hellman ct Co.
WANTED Girl to do general Louse-wort.
Inquire S.k Douglas struet. jigtf
WANTED Emn'oyuieiit by a young man
of good education, sober and industrious
habits. Uood references furnished. .Address
A. II (L, this oHlce. jej Ct.
EOR SALE A Ihjht three spring express
wagon; nearly ne.
jeJCt anil'SO.'S CABKIA(iE FACTORY.
WANTED Two gixnl farm hand want a
situation iikii alarm no) t o far from
Omaha. Apply immediately at the Bek f
fice, may 13
FOItSALE-lGO acres of land, beiug tho NH
JJofseclS, in township 13, N of R 4 E. in
t tie Si; part ol Buttlcr county, SO miles North
west of Lincoln. A well improved farm adjoins
it on the west, and country all a.ound it is
tliicLly settled Will sell for S500, one half
down, Iialauce in one jear. or $J 00 per acre ia
cash, or v, ill trade for city protierty. A pply lo
XJ and several vacant lots, and Urni laud
lor sale ; ilso nouses nd oiuces io rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to John E. Kelley,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon' oUlce,
RoomNo. 3, Creightou block. mvlSif
X.. W. JONES
r.3i;and 033 15tb rttrecS
Opposite th.3 Post Office.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I WILL XOTBE UNDERSOLD!
Choice Imported and Domestic Clgara
281 Faraham Nt.. Bet. ltk 13U
171 Farsnasi , 8. E.Cor. 11th St.
OMAHA ... NEB
YAJS BOKO'S MACHINE
All kinds or light and heavy
MACHINERY MADE & REPAIRED.
t&'All Work GuaranlctdrG
266 EASHEY 8TBEET, - OMAHA.
FROST I'ARLOK FOR REST-Apply 277
Djenportst bet 15th and ICth sts. uiyJCtf
TO THE PUBLIC Tho undersigned ha
purcLased and put upon.fhe streets a$
imbue conveyances, souioof the (jnesf carriages
ermauufaclurod in this country. They will be
run toandirom tbedeots, hotels and private
residences. All orde left at the MetrojolitdU
Hotel, or at the stable, near s e cor of Eleventh
st and Capital Avenue, will lie promptly at
tended to. A share of the public patronage is
resixMfulIy solicited. JOHN E. HULL,
No liquors, but lemonade, seltzer
and boda water, cider and splendid
ice cream, etc., to be had al the
French Coffee House, 4S3 12th
street. Separate room for ladies.
LIGHT CASSIMERE -SUITS
Made up in the
At Greatly Reduced Figures!
jujiplQ-eodtt M. Hellman & Co.
TyrE For Sa.eI
A Font of Bourgeois Typo, of
which this is a sample, weighing COO
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
in f, fubjisher of the Bee.
Fruit Market, at Brunner's.
June 2 lOt
or exchange for cm'
rUOPfcKTY One section choice land, on
the big bend of the Republican River. Nuckols
County Inquire of A. JIINsKI.
uiyH-nip Corllatneyand 15th ts.
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
band, laborers, etc., imuitdiately, at
the employment otilce,room 'J Yisscher'sbloclc.
0R SALE A Singer s wing
J new. Inquire of iiax Jlejer A Rro,
EOR SALE One set rarlor furniture ; also
a piano. Inquire of Max Meyer & Bio.
The Illicit broadcloth, all colors
and shades, to be fo'JUU ai
j. h. sros'3.
Vecsetaulh Market AT Bbun
Bremond and Norton's Minstrels.
This is a new troupe, composed of
excellent talent. Their programme
ia made up of iiew'songs, dances,
burlesques, and specialties. There is
nothing old or worn out in their per
mances. "Wash Norton, one of the
proprietors, is a whole show himself.
This troupe will play hereon Friday
and Saturday evenings, and Satur
day afternoon, at the Academy of
Compare SXOW FLAKE with
the Hour you have been using and
none but Wells & Nieman's will do
hereatter. Little & Williams, Blue
Front Store, Douglas street.
Anton Lagger is the name of the
proprietor of a Sioux City lager beer
A 3jad Squaw Found.
A deaJ squaw was found lying
a short distance north of the U. P.
cific bhops, yesterday morning, by a
man on his way to his work. Coroner
Gish was notified of the fact by
him, and he. conveyed her remains
to his establishment, enclosed them
in a coflin and buried them at the
Poor Farm, as he did not think an
inquest necessary. She was seen
Tuesday evening In company with
two Ind'aus who deserted herufter
she Jay down to die. She had a stone
for a pillow, the wet ground for a
bed, and a small piece of matting
and the cloudy skies for covering.
She probably died from consump
tion and her death was hastened
On Mnndav nicht some sneak
j thief entered the room of John
livery stable, who sleeps up stairs,
and stole his pantaloons. Taking
them ouUide, he went tlirough
them, securing $0.00 in money and
a valuable seal rinp. He also played
the same trick on another employe
who sleeps in the office, but did not
find anything valuable. The clothes
were found lying in the street in
A Piece of Good News.
A Clironiclc reporter waited yes
terday on Mr. Stanford, President
of the Central Pacific Railroad
Company, in his ofiice in this city
the ex-Governor having arrived
on the previous night from Ogden,
where there was held a few days
ago a conference of officers of
the Central Pacific and Union
Pacific companies, on the subject of
fares and freights between the
Pacific and Atlantic seaboards. The
reporter learned tint the conference
lasted three days. The Central Pa
cific was represented by ex-Gov
ernor Standford, General Superin
tendent A. IN. Towneand Chief En
gineer Samuel S. Montague; the
Union Pacific by President Dillon
and General Freight Agent
Vini ng, who also spoke for
the companies operating be
tween 'Omaha and the At
lantic. The reporter was informed
that although no new schedule of
fares and freights had been made
up the companies not having yet
agreed uon the proper proportion
to bo charged by each yet It
had been decided to reduce the
rates of both fares and freights
on all the road at an early day soon
as the equities nan be adjusted. Fur
thermore, that this reduction will
be considerable a consummation
that will bo hailed joyfully by the
people, business men especially. He
was further Informed that the Cen
tral Pacific and Union Pacific Com
panies bad agreed to issue another
class of passage tickets for the ac
commodation of the middle
classes, to be known as second-
class fares. These tickets will be is
sued when tho new order ot things
contemplated by the recent con
ference is established, which will,
it is expected, be soon. JVo further
Information was given, but the re
porter was assurred that the public
might look for reduced rates at an
early day. San Francisco Chronicle.
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St.,bet. Farnham and Douglas.
J. II. Stein has just received the
finest lot or Marsallles Vesting ever
brought to this city. je3 tf
OUR STOCK in Straw Hats
and Summer Caps we will close out
at astonishing low price.
M. Hellman & Co.
June 10 eod July 1
DAVE TTE TWO BRAINS ?
DR. C. E. BROWN-SEQUARD.
IS ALCOHOL A POISON 1
DR. WM. A. HAMMOND.
TUE POET LONGFELLOW.
JAMES T. FIELDS.
U. S. SURVEY OP THE WEST.
UNDER LIEUT. G. 31. WHEELER,
THE HORSE IN AMERICA.
Discoveries by PROF. O. C. MARSH.
SAFETY AT SEA.
IRON STEAMEBS THAT WILL NOT SINK.
These interesting Lectures and Letters, with
a careful report of the important Pjpersread
at the April meeting oi the National Academy
of Scleneea at Washington, and at the May
meeting of the American Oriental Society at
Boston, are published in full in TUE TRI
BUNE EXTRA, No. 19. Price, in sheet form,
10 cents; in tamphlet, 20 cents, or seven for SI.
Circulars giving full details of thj contents
of a!! TaE TRIBUTE EXTRAS, free by mail.
The "Weekly Tribune,
THE FARMERS FAVOWTJJ Tlff,
UntilJanuary 1, 1375, for SI.
Address THE TRIBUNE, New-York.
OFFICE, No. 232 FARNHAM ST.
BeL 13th L Hth Sts., O MAHA.
e3OIdest liracticin? lvntNts lu tliecily
Vy ANTED A cncaji larm in exenange for
? T mercuauuue. Auuress, tarmer, liiE
The best and coolest glass of soda
water, from tho now and magnifi
cent Arctic apparatus, at Ish's
Farnl a n street drug store.
DR. A. S. BILLINGS, ,
234 Parnliaiu. J3t.
and Hth, up stairs.
Special, efforts made by John S.
Johnson fr Co. to supply table butter
that shall be above complaint.
trous Oxide lias.
Tffice open stall hour
ithout pain, by use of HI-
EOR SALE OR RENT ivo.ajl Chicago St
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
ap21 Oil Mill.
FOR SALE OR REST A farm of V20 acres
with house and barn, situated one half mile
west of thclUrracls; inquire of
inchlCU D. P. REDMOND.
Academy of 2usio.
TWO NItilllS ONLY !
Friday and May, Jane 12 aud 13.
THE BEST and MOST VERSATILE SHOW
Admission-, 50 Cents.
Reskrved Scats, - 7i "
BSTFot particular?, iee Hall Programme.
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
TJie Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And ail Points in
SOUTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains via this route.
13th St., bet. Farnham and Harney.
All kinds of TAILORLYQ, CLEANING and
REPAHUKQ dine at reaaonable raUa
JAS. M. MITTIE,
IJsj a nd ISO Farabm Street.
FEITZ HATNEE, Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street, corner 11th, Omaha,
Nebraska, lioard by the dajr or celc.
June 1, yl
Between 9th and 10th.
CUARLES FELDERMA5, Prop.
MR. JOHT RATH
13 AGEXT FOR
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN AIL KINDS OF
MANUFACTURERS OF i
AND DEALERS IN
Pipo3, Tobaccos, Etc.
The atten Ion of dealers is called to the fact that we
are prepared to LABEL oar goods wl h their NAMES
as manuLctueid ezpreaaly for thm.
May ST- d lm.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Ageats for the Oriental Powder Co.
steele & johnson,
538 and 540 Fourteenths Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
-SUCCI1530ia TO CREIGHTON AND MORGAN-
No. 205 Farnham Street
CAKRUGE, BUGGT aud WAGON
E. CORNER of 14tU and HARNEY STS,
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN & CO.
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
AGENTS FOR THE DUPOXT POWDER CO.
OULI respectfully announce to the pub-
lie that he is now ready to fill all con
tracts in tho above lines with neatness and
Co"Eirirc5s wagons constantly on hand and
JOHN II. GREEN,
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED,
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent Wheels, PinisheJ Gening, &C.
Axles, Springs aud Thimble Skeins,
Carriages, Hacks ad Buggies.
Slatlebacker 'Wagon Depot.
Kurtz IfloHR& (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnham Street,
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
aouuas, ami lsuois nnu aiiocs.
JOHN T. EB&4R,
Shelf! Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
COn.V-FLAJVTEK.S PLOWS, CDITIVATOKS, UXZ "
246 Douglas St., Omaha,
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR,
AWARDED PREMIUM AT
STATE FAIR 1872 and 1873.
Wells ct Nicman Schuyler, Neb.,
Little & Williams, Omaha,
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street,
and "Cream of
Best brands of
h or Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V. Bcrkxey.
New drin Ks on draught. Peru
vian Beer and Ginger Ale at Ish's.
A variety of 25 different drinks of
soda aud mineral waters on draught
at all times.
MILS. It. II. PaLMLK,
Rooms, 2G2 DouglisSt. near .15:b, (Up Stairs.
I cat from actual measurement nof from
patterns anj will gu.riQ We satisfaction In all
Cutllnsr anil Fitting a Snecialtr.
L VAN CAMP M. DJ
DUpenaca hli own tneJdnes, and beside
ovular practice, mates ipecialltlea of Derange
ments and Disease l'ecnliar to Women, Flata-
u, t-iica ana outer uueases oi me aeemm.
OrPICX and Rmldencp. Corner Farnham and
Uth Street, first door to the right, up stairs
Omaha. Keti. Addreaa Lock Box 'M.
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
16th street bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP OX HAND THE BFST
supply of FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Hreatfast Bacon, at the low
si rates. WM. AUST A KNUTII,
At U. P. Transfer with Union radfic
railroad for Omaha
2. At touncil ItlufT. with Kanas City, St.
Joe and Councl hlull'i Itailroad for St. Louis
aud all noints south
3. At Mistourl Valley with Hit Chicago and
Northwestern railway for Chicago and all
4. At Sioux City with Sioux City and St.
Paul, Illinois Central and Da oti southern
railroads. Steamers for L"picr Missouri ItiTer.
Turing navigat'un, and with stages for all
points lu the Northwest.
5. At HUir icith Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Umahi and .Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with the Union
Pacific railroad for all taints west and the
7. At WIsno- with st-gea for Norfolk and all
points in Northern elrmfca.
MTIckets for hale in CtVcsgo ar d North
western Railway offices.
S"I!e sure your tickets read via S.C.4P.
L. BURNETT, Sup't.
F. a HILLS. Gen. Ticket Ag't. lc-J;7in
iTOUIJARI) &. IllltLiiUT,
Market Gardners !
ALL KIND3 OF
plants, for sa'e.
at our garden
Cor. 21st and Taul Streets,
Will reeeire rrompt attention. ap!5J3m
DIBS. J. K. VAX DERCOOK
Residence and office 2.10 Dodgo st bet 11th and
Special attoatiun pild to'obstetrlcs and dis
eases peculiar to wonit n and children. f'Jtf.
Fronting en 4th, 5th and Walnntita,,
St. Louis, - Mo.
Laveillo, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel ts first-clsss in all its
am ointments. I s tatilemre at ail times sup
plied in the gTratc-t abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentire to the
wants oi the pu sts of the hotel, 1 here is an
improred elera oritadius from the fint Door
to the nrper one, ILiilroad and steamboat
ickctofli.ts, news st nd. ud western Anion
telegraph offl p In the l otunda of hotel.
GEO. A. HOAGLAND,
OFFICE AND YARD
COB. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THST&, U.eF. B. B. TB1CL
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigar.
212 Fariiliam Street
253 Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
t-4 V -"5C7 .VtaaW
W i Liquors, Cigars,
fl Old Kenlmkj. Whiskies and Imported i'ood Spcclallj.
239 DOUGLAS STP., I
iCaldwrll Block,) I
Orders addresttd to us
For an excellent glass of soda, go
to-Ish's Farnham street store,
o i a- .a. :r, s.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TOBACCO,
Pipes and Smokers Articles. 15 DOUG
LAS. ST., OMAHA, NEB , Opposite Metro
jollUn Hotel. Consumers anl Dealers will
had It to their advantage to examine my stock
hefosa pnrehaalng elsewhere. mrlS-lr
"WOOD, HORN andHVORY
DODGES!-, betn 13th d Hth.
Alt kinds of jarning executed promptly and
atrtBoaible prices. mchlOoS
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S- P. BKIGGS' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
WoodST 00 ; Sott $ OX Store Wood to sell
any number of itove very cheap. tp'.Sll
Carriacf? eutl Wagcjn AfaLJugr
In all it Branches. In the latest and moat
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHING
and repairing done on short notice.
Hew 2eat Market
SPAULDI G ii JOVRD.1V.
14 tli St. Bet. Farnham and Ilarncr,
mcbl5-2m Oppo ite the Grand Central
F. A. PETEUS.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
A5I CAUKIAGE TRIXXER,
Ko. 374 Farnbamn'.be(,15tti&.IGtb.
A LL orders aqd repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guaxrantecd.
aMTCash paid for hides.
F C EEE
CAEPENTIP AND BUILDER,
23C FARNHAM STREET.
2231'iiiiaaiStr!t. - - Oaaia, Heb
THIOLKSiLE ItID KKTAJt DCM.W
FDBNITUBE. BEDDING ETC.
-JfANUFACIUBER AND, WHOLf34f-E-
3E jSL tx r - T O X s
-1U1 FACICBI Or XD PKlilM IX-
Lftabrcquius and "WIhJoit ShaiTeg,
CnROMOS, EXGRATEfRS A5D
! . j .A - Clllutilk
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
5f32 FIFTEBIiTT'B: SO?.,
OMES and r AHMS Z2T .WXBRJtvSKA
PchaUThaU the flSdlu'ealUT.IeJ. within two year, front data of parens.
IuVRGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, :Loup I-ork and tmnorn vaueyg
r. R. R-Oi. willse'la'
South of he Pl3tte
. . . -,,-. t. ami aarlfvlttirsin.nil fa
TZ& watered .ountry.-.at from 31 ft to 57.00 pr acr.on loagerriit.
K..ttnllnNebraaka,!ntereetiby nnmejoua rlTfrs
O. u.w.vv ..w. ..mm u.., mm m mjw ...
Tho Comt any ownsa laTteho-lr o' the b-jt lanl
.rxA . n-itn tyi Its rail roil an1 in tntareii . .f-0linn .m. .
r n SCirALLlK srent B. k M. Ijind Office,
- ' Or (.'eaeral LmmA rfartait. Llacsla,5e
T-tTTg J-""8" 'f 1
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