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THE OMAHA BEE
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA DAILT BEE
U scrTed to subscribers by carrier, to any
artel the city, every evening, (SuncUyi ex
Sptcd.) mi fifteen cents per week, or JJ.75 lor
PmSiiltt, md 17.00 per annum, when paid
n Slapialnts mbont irregularities, addressed
tktocOKSwIU receive prompt attention.
THK (MlHi DA1LT Bus; will be mailed to
tJ.Mt in advance:
7.0) per as num.
. " ontha.
Utt Omaha Daalt Bkk has by far the
LARGEST circulation In the city, and is,
ibaraforc. U beat and cheapett advertising
Bases o ADYXsnsrxo. Local notices, 25
ZIudctUm: by the month, 10 cents. c
nrSaeaeat lnaerted for leu than 50 cents.
fTTJarlit notices, 10 cents per line; single Inser
tf.tt.not less than 25 cent.
Tnaaient abTertlaemenu must Invariably be
ii lorlnadTaBoe. . ,
aaU for funding advertisements by (pedal
"luteal Notice, Statements, Tabular
Work.eS7eqttiringcanial revision by copy,
aWwltobe farniihed, must be handed in
be&JTun o'clock A. x. to insure insertion the
jJ!eeiaTnd Local advertisements belore two
O'clock T. St. , .
Advertisements belore one o'clock v. H.
aR sdvertlsements lor the Wjcekly Bkk
ust to kanded In before Monday noon, for the
game week iasue.
1RB1YAL AM) DEPAKIUUE OF
yM Card of Ue BarHnKlon Route
ulTIOKiUl. ABRIVE AT OMAHA.
gtrel..! P. M. I Express jS3 a. m.
fitjl 5:00 A. M. I Mail.r10.1j P. M.
Sundaya excepted. 'Mondays excepted.
Xnla is the only line running Pullman Ilolel.
. 50 A. M.
. C-U A. M.
S.W P. M.
10:40 P. M.
iEiiya excepted. tMonoays excepwu.
Chicago & prorttovceatern.
. .AaOTT '
V0 A. M 10:40 P. il.
Xoralsc KxprcM... 530 A. M. VW A-
aM,wa NorUfweatcrn and SJoax
" CMr 4c Pacific.
MiUXxpre- 8:15A.M. 2:ltr.M.
Dally except Sunday .
OMBlbuea and BaggAge Wagons leare the
reornerFarnham and Ninth etreeu, fif
aiiujiuua In adTance of tho above UiOlroad
n A K. W. K. B
Cbleaco and all Eastern cities, KebrasE
CltT PUtUaouUi, Council Blufliand Burllng
SB,'dM at 1030 a! m., doses at 433 a. m. and
11Jl,LouU and SL Joseph, due at 10KJO a. m.
aad 7 p. m.; doses at 1:45 p. m. and 43J a. m.
OMee open Eundayf Irom 12 to 1 p. m.
uasee ope- c YOST. Postmaster.
TOADrlbBCTUtlCRS TBI CIUCD-
I.&XIOS f tboDAlLT BBB in more
taaadoaale tkt or aaylolber dallr
passer pnblUbed laairbraska.
PeTcke'a Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading bouse of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
judge "Wilbur lias ordered Tom
Gardner lo leave the town.
Captain Kelley has found a
whip. Owner can have the same
by paying for this notice.
The City Marshal has giver:
trlct orders to the police to arrest
all suspicious persons in the city,
and thus drive them out of town.
It was snowing "Wednesday
night at WoodRiver,172 miles west
of Omaha. Yesterday it has been so
chilly here that overcoatsand fires
were not uncomfortable.
One George "W. Allen played a
confidence game on his fellow-typos
of the HepuHican composing room.
He borrowed considerable money
from them, and stole a $G5 silver
cornet from one, and then disap
peared. He was arrested "Wednesday
night by Policeman Mansfield at the
Atlantic House, where he had regis
tered under an assumed name, as
hailing from Minneapolis. The
cornet was found in a pawn-shop.
Judge Peabody yesterday morning
ciathim back to jail in defauljtof 5500
ball, for his appearance at the Dis
Tuesday and Friday evenings
of each week have been appointed
regular evenings for practice ?iy the
The grounds near the northern
terminus of the street railway will
be used as a union ground this year,
and will be fitted up so as to make
it the regular base ball grounds of
The Milo and Resolute clubs
will play a match game on the
Union grounds Saturday afternoon.
All the members of the Milos
and Stars are young menjemployed
throughout the city clerks, me
chanics, prospective lawyers, mer
chaats and bankers and are really
a creditable organization to the city.
The boys seem to think the old
folk ought to, at least manifest a
pajaing Interest in our national
Omaha, June li ," '74.
I. O. O. F. picnic and railroad ex
cursion, by State Lodge No. 10,
June 1", 1871,- from Omaha to Belle
vue and" return. Traiu will leave
lepot of B. & M. of'Nebraska, at 8
'eteck a. m., and arm e at Omaha
about o'clock p. m. Ice crcim,
soda, Jemonade, fruits, coflee and
aaadwiches, etc, cau be had on the
groand. Qell-lt) Committee.
Bpbciax. efforts made by John S.
thatjBhall be above complaint.
Gbo. H. Petebson, the-pioneer
cigar manufactarer, keeps con
ataatly oa hand the very best
brands of cigars, and also Lone
Jack, Fruits ana Jjiowcre, uu
"DwiaHi" Smoking Tobacco.
Ml Dough streat
Rev. Mr. Donelly returned yester
day from a visit to "Washington and
President Dillon, of the TJ. P.
P., left for the East yesterday over
the Chicago & Rock Island railroad
in a special car. He was accomi
panied-by Chief Engineer Sickles
Joe Gibte, the ex-lion tamer, and
traveling agent of the Ohio and
Mississippi railroad, arrived in town
yesterday morning,and shook hands
with all the railroad boys, including
Sam Kelley, the snake hunter, and
local passenger agent of the Chica
go & Rock .Island railway.
The following are the arrivals at
the Wyoming Hotel :
F H Hobbs, Albany, Ind; A E
Smith, Carroll, Ind; "W H Mason,
Mason City, Iowa; W M "White,
Hastings; Dan Maginnis, Cedar
Rapids; HH Murphy, Abingdon,
111; D C Brown, Hioux City; H M
Yan Armon, Lincoln: David Sin
clair and daughter, Hastings; H M
Rice, Toledo Chio; N J Miller, Des
Moines; H V Roberts, Plattsmouth;
O M Streight, do; Miss Lizzie Mc
Bclden, Missouri; Miss Florence
Cockerill, do; D A Anderson, Dal
las, Texas; J B Nelson, Kansas
City; Nelson Chambers, Michigan;
S C Gardner, Chicago; J H Painter,
Lincoln; "Win B Porter, Platts
mouth; "Walter Craig, Cadiz, Ohio;
TD Ketcham, "Waverly, Iowa.
You cannot fail to consult your
own interest if you will call and ex
amine the finest and best stock of
! LADIES' LINEN SUITS !
! ! LADIES LINEN DUSTERS ! !
1 1 1 CTP A T A TV nFDTKfjnTES ! !!
Excels anv other Stock in the
city for Style, Finish and Excel
lence. Follow the Ckowd.
Call at Oxce.
Enough for All.
AVELF & JONES.
509 Thirteenth street
The Anniversary of the Burning of the
Time rolls round rapidly. It was
just two years ago yesterday that the
Bee office, then located in a wooden
building on Twelfth street, next to
Redfield's, was fired by tho hand of
an incendiary, Robert Anderson,and
burned to the ground, and for which
crime the villain is now cerving out
a sentence in the State Prison. The
Bee, however, came out as usual on
the same day, publishing the first
account of Its own fire. SinPP then
it has grown rapidly In size, influ
ence and circulation, and. ranks
among the very best papers in the
west. "Upward and onward" has
ever been Its watchword, and the
paper itself is the best evidence of
The State Journal, of a few days
ago, contained the following com
plimentary notice of the fire-fiend
"The prisoners are now publish
ing a weekly paper of twenty-five
letter sheets in manuscript, called
the Outburst. Mr. Anderson, who
was bent up from Omaha a short
time ago, on a charge of attempting
to bum the Bee ofilce, and who Is
an editor of many years experience,
conducts this paper, and its weekly
issue Is looked for with much inter
est It is proposed to purchase a
small printing press and outfit for
the use of the prisoners, and Mr.
Gpuld bus kindly taken this subject
"On a charge of attempting to
bum the Bee ofilce," Is good, con
sidering that his attempt was a sue
cess,and for which he was convicted.
"An editor of many years experi
ence," is rich, when it is known
that Anderson never was an editor.
Mr. George "W. Homan, Jr., re
cently purchased a yacht, twenty
feet long, and put it on that beauti
ful sheet of water, Florence Lake,
three miles north of the city. The
lake is about a mile and a half long,
and about three-quarters of a mile
wide, there being plenty of water in
it at the present time. The sailing
is excellent, and there is no danger
of drowning, as the water is not
deep enough for any such catastro
phe. It is a matter of surprise that more
of our citizens do not visit this pleas
ant resort, and take a sail, and we
wonder that more boats are not put
upon the lake. "We understand,
however, that efforts are being made
to get up a boat club in this city,
but we are afraid that it will be as
unsuccessful a was the attempt of
Compare SNOW FLAKE with
the flour you have been using and
none but Wells fe Nieman's will do
hereaJter. LltUe & Williams, Blue
Front Store, Douglas street
OUR STOCK in Stkaw Hats
and Sumsiek Caps we will close out
at astonishing low prices.
M. Hellman &. Co.
June 10 eod July 1
The best and coolest glass of soda
water, from the new and magnifi
cent Arctic apparatus, at Ish's
FarnLam street drug store.
New drinks on draught Peru
vian Beer and Ginger Ale at Ish's.
A variety of 25 different drinks of
soda and mineral waters on draught
at all times.
LIGHT CASSIMERE SUITS
Made up in the
At Geeatly Reduced Figures!
junelO-eodtt X. Hei.lvax & Co.
WILLIAM B. PORTER.
The Vaster of the State Grange
is Interviewed by a Bee
The Position of the Grangers in
regard to Politics.
What Hr. Porter thinks
Johnson's Air Castles,
Co-operative Union," snd
his other Political
William B. Porter, of Plattsmouth,
Master of Nebraska State Grange,
while in this city Wednesday,
paid a visit to the Bee hive, where
he witnessed with pleasure the
workings of the sous of toil. A Bee
reporter took advantage of the op
portunity thus afforded of inter
viewing him, and flung some con
undrums at him, which he answered
without any hesitancy whatever.
The substance of the interview was
Beporter How are the Grangers
flourishing throughout the State ?
Grand Master Tbrter Most saU
isfactorily ; harmony everywhere
prevails, and the ends for which the
organization was formed are grad
ually and surely being attained.
Jieporter What is the position of
the Grangers with reference to poli
tics? Mr. Porter -T do not take any in
terest In politics myself, and I can
assure you the Grangers of Ne
braska do not intend to enter into
politics in anyway.
Jieporter You have heard of ur.
Johnson, his air-castle building
schemes, and his co-operative
union dodges. What do you think
of him and his outfit?
Mr. Porter Yes, I have heard of
him and his followers. I care noth
ing for them whatever, and will not
pay any attention to them. I do
not wish the Grangers to mix up
with any such organization. Secret
political societies have ever proved
a failure, and they will never be
Ttmortcr What would be the
effect on the Grangers if they should
enter into polities?
Mr. Porter Nothing would break
them up quicker than political agi
tation, or participation in political
Reporter What is your opinion
of Dr, Johnson's air-castles, that
have since taken a tumble ?
Mr. Porter J heard of them last
year, but they have passed away ;
but tho same orowd have gotten up
something new "The Co-operative
Union of the Industrial Classes,"
&c. I do not think it worth while
to enter into any controversy with
them, as they are a political organi
zation, which fact will account for
Its rapidly approachlngdeath,
I do not believe in the promis
cus mixing up of all kinds of ele
ments farmers, lawyers, saloon
koepprs, mechanics, and olitical
bummers and wire-pullers as they
cannot harmonize under any circum
stances. The Grangers are very
particular In resranl to tho class of
men whom they admit to their or
ganization. Any organization that
admits every class of men In the be
ginning, would be the same In the
Jieporter Do the Grangers in
tend, in any way, to form an inde
pendent political imrty, as t Jias
often been intimated V
Mr. J)rtcr The Grangers have
the right as citizens to exercise tneir
individual political privileges; but
they do not propose to get up a
third party, or bind themselves tp
either of the present parties. That
Is entirely out of the question as
the Grangers did not organize for
Thus ended this satisfactory in
terview with Mr. Porter, the chief
Granger of tho State. It will be
seen that he has answered some
very pointed and important inter
rogations, and thus set at rest the
many questions that have been
agitating the public mind.
Omaha, June 9, 1874.
At a meeting of the citizens ol
Omaha, assembled at the office of
Bartlett & Smith, for the purpose
of passing resolutions complimen
tary to John Noble, Esq., Alder
man Lucas was chosen chairman
and Col. John Burke, secretary.
On motion the Chair appointed
Col. Burke, Hon. Wallace R, Bart
let, Dr. Doyle and Al. D. Morris a
committee of four to draft resolu
tions which would be in harmony
with the feelings and expressive of
the sentiments of those present,
whereupon the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously
Whereas, It is with sincere re
gret we learn that our friend and fel
low-townsman, John Noble, Eq.,
is about to depart from our midst to
return to his home in England ;
Whereas, We, as friends, feel
that we ought In some manner ex
press our appreciation of him as a
gentleman and of his worth as a
friend and associate, and in that he
is ever Nolle ; therefore, le it
Resolved, -That it is with extreme
pleasure we adopt this means of
publicly expressing our friendship
and of wishing him a bright and
happy future that he may live to
a ripe old age, and that he may
never want for friends as sincere as
those he leaves behind. And be it
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be presented to Mr.
Ioble, and also that the morning
and evening papers be furnished
wfth a copy of the same for publi
cation. 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 Ish's Farnham street drug
store dispensing the most delicious
and cooling drinks in the city.
May 15, eod 2m
The Work on the Union Pacific
Buildings to he immedi
A meeting between the original
bridge committee and President
Dillon was held at the Grand Central
Hotel Wednesday night, the subject
of consultation being the U. P.
buildings in this city. From Mr.
Sickles, chief engineer of the road,
a member of the Bee editorial staff
learned the result of that conference.
The members of the bridge commit
tee were informed by President
Dillon that he would carry out the
instructions of the executive board,
which are to the effect that work on
the depot and the general headquar
ters buildings is to be resumed at
once. The present depot is to be
enlarged to S00 feet in length and
134 feet in width, while the head
quarters building is to be proceeded
with according to the original plans.
Chief Engineer Sickles was ap
pointed to superintend the con
struction of the buildings. He left
for Chicago yeaterdayafternoon,and
upon his return will advertise for
proposals for doing the work.
Certain preliminary arrangements
and conditions were agreed upon be
tween the committee and Mr.
Dillon, which will be made public
at the proper time.
In regard to the Colorado Central
railroad, Mr. Sickles was quite en
thusiastic. He says that notwith
standing the intimation of the Col
orado papers to" the effect that the
pro rata bill, now before Congress,
if passed, would stop the further
building of the line, tho road will
surely be pushed forward to comple
tion. The original plan of running
the road from Julesburg to Golden,
will not be changed. It will con
nect at Longmont with the road to
Golden. Mr. Sickles considers this
road of more importance to Omaha
and Nebraska than the depot and
other improvements now in pro
gress here. It will open a route to
the coal fields of Colorado, and will
greatly cheapen "coal all along the
line clear to Omaha.. The road Is a
heavy down grade eastward, and
will save fifty miles of travel be
tween Omaha and the mountains.
This road will also open a splendid
market for grain, produce, and cattle
of the great Platte valley.
A Card From
Cozzens House, )
Omaha, June nth, 1874, J
Editor Omaha Bee :
We cannot deal in harsh terms
with one whose life has been made
miserable through circumstances be
yond his control, and who in conse
quence is affected with lunacy; but
it aoes seem to us as though George
F. Train, in his lubid intervals,
must be ashamed of suoli whining
productions as the above.
That his property is advertised for
sale under a mortgage because he
has not not paid his debts is true
but what of that? It is nothing
more that what Is liable to happen to
any of us who are unable to pay our
delt. St. A. D. Balpornbc, in Re
Thjs js purely a libelous, malici
ous attapk upon Mr, Train when
only onu year ago two of tho best
juries In this country, and two of
the ablest judges of the Supreme
Court of New York, decided unani
mously that " George Francis Train
teas perfectly sane and responsible
for his acts" That eertajnjy settled
tho matter as to Mr. Train's sanity
or insanity, and sent the "insane"
Hammond and Cross, "experts,"
reeling to their corners. If Mr.
Train will only come out and prose
cute this malicious libeller and
slanderer of the "busted" Republic
can he will receive the plaudits and
thanks of ninety-nino out of every
hundred Omahaians. Such a weak
style of "logic" or "reasoning" as
that of attacking a man's brain
does not savor of true manhood, nor
is it any indication of great calibre
"It is nothing more than what is
liable to happen to any of us who
are unable to pay our debts." " y '
and ."our" is good and very appli
cable to St A. D. Balcombe. It 1
the general talk of the town that
the "general manager" of the Ohia
ha Republican is up to his chin in
the mireof indebtedness, and that if
it were not for the obscene quack
advertisements that appear In nearly
every column of his paper, and that
so tink in the nostrils of its very few
remaining subscribers, he would Col
lapse into bankruptoj' at onoo. It's
your turn now, "Old Balky !" Next!
Geo. P. Bemis.
JC3TTHE WEATHER VANE-a
TIs rftcn raid that ttraw. do show
The source from whence the wind doth Wow.
TM pr.int we will not quest'on here,
But draw the moral as it doth appear :
The straws from BUN CCS store which eo
Pro e he lots them a'l i n sel ling low.
On Saturday, June 13, 1874, 1 will
open for the patronage of the public
my New House, at 2G0 Farnham
street, opposite the Valley House.
An excellent Lunch will be
served. The bar is furnished with
the finest liquors and cigars.
The patronage of the public is re
spectfully requested, and nothing
shall be omitted to render my house
a pleasant and favorite resort.
June 11 3t Claus Sinyen.
If you wish a HAT for man or
child, remember Bunce, 255 Doug
las street, has the largest variety in
town. june 11 tl
Vegetable Market at Brtjx
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR,
AWARDED PREMIUM AT
STATE FAIR 1872 and 1873.
Wells & Nieman Schuyler, Neb.,
Little & Williams, Omaha.
SAVED FROM DESTRUCTION.
An attempt to wreck a Passenger
Train Foiled by a Boy.
Wednesday night the train
from Chicago that reached this
city yesterday morning over
the Chicago & Rock Island
railroad, came very nearly being
sent to destruction by three villains,
who had obstructed the track a lew
miles this side of Iowa City. They
tore up a rail, put it across the
track, and chained it down. They
accomplished their work at an
early hour in the evening, dis
appeared to await the result,
and then reap a rich reward in
plunder, which was evidently
their intention. They probably
congratulated themselves that they
had not been observed, but in this
they were mistaken, as they had
been watched by a small boy, who
happened providentially to be in
the neighborhood at the time. He
had been walking along the track
for several miles during the after
noon, and becoming tired, he lay
down in the grass and fell asleep.
The noise caused by the operations
of the train wreckers awakened him,
and the sight of the men in tneir
devilish work so frightened
him, that he remained quiet, and
kept out of sight till they
had gone, and then hurried to Iowa
City, and gave tho information to
the railroad men. When the train
came along, the engine was de
tached, and sent ahead with a force
of men, who found the statements of
the boy to be true. The villains who
had put up the job, were nowhere
to be found. The track was re
paired, and the train proceeded on
Its way to Omaha, arriving an hour
late this morning in consequence.
The passengers were quite enthu
siastic over the conduct of the boy,
and were lavish in their praise of
his cool presence of mind. He
was sent to Des Moines to receive
the thanks of SuperintendentRoyce,
and probably be rewarded by a
handsome and substantial testimo
nial, as he certainly ought to be.
This Is the second attempt of this
kind "on this road within a week.
On last Sunday evening the east
bound train struck a tie that had
been pjaped. on the track near At
lanta. Tho pilot, however, carried
it a distance of two hundred yards,
when tho train was stopped. Had
it ever got under to tho wheels, a
smash-up would have been the re
sult It is thought that the same gang
who wrecked a train last j-ear, are
the same, ones who are doinc; this
work now, It is a well known fact
that this road carries the overland
mail and a large amount of treasure
daily, especially on the East bound
trains, which may account for the
numerous attempts that have been
made at wrecking.
DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT
Hon. G. B. Lake, Judge.
Omaha, June 11.
Newton vs Loveland. Verdict
Tribune Co. vs Edwards. Default
vacated and Jeavo to answer in
stanter, Redick et al, vs Finn. Default
Lorenzo Hail was admitted to
Burtless vs Gardner. Jury trial
Adjourned until 9 tills morning.
Read this List.
English Dundee Marmalade
Cross & Blackwell's Raspberry
Russet Cider in quart and pint
Bass & Co.'s Ale.
Guines's Stout or Porter,
Roast Reef in Cans.
Mock Turtle "
Egg Maccaroni in pound pack
ages. Granulated Sweet Potatoes in
pound packages, at
Pundt, Meyer & Raapke's.
"GrLT Edcje" and "Cream of
the Valley." Best brands of
Flour made. may23-lm.
Ior 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
f. Publisher ot tne uee.
Fruit Market, at Brunncr's.
June 2 lOt "
For the choicest, cheapest line o
groceries in the city, call on Jno. S.
Johuson &Co., 2C0 Dodge street,
of Doolittle & McPher
June 3 eod nt
TnE Latest Goods to be had is
at J. H. Stein's.
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.
Indian Curiosities "at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street, j
..I... ,- ,
The immense Stock of Dry
Goods, Carpets and Fancy Goods at
NEVER BEFORE EQUALLED.
HOUSTON & GARRISON will
offer Special Inducements to buyers
for the next Thirty Days to sell
the remains of their Spring Stock.
All Best Prin t, 13 yards for $1.00.
Household Muslin, 12 cents.
Fruit of Loom, 14 cents.
Wamasutta, 17 cents.
Wide sheets at reduced prices.
All dress goods at cost.
LaAes' suits in linen, Batiste and
Shawls in endless varieties.
Bargains in carpets, English Brus
sels $1 25.
All wool carpets SO cents to $1 15.
Oil cloths 50c, GOe, and 75c.
Buyers should not fail to secure
some of these extra bargains.
Houston & Garrison,
227 Farnham street, Omaha.
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE "WORKS,
10th Stjbet Farnham and Douglas.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, Loci, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac., will
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each lubstquviit insertion,
FIVE CEFS lr line. 'I he first iu-rtion
never Igs than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
FURNISHED T.OOMS, with Roar", in a
pleasaut location, on westsiJeof 17th St.,
be wetu Douglas and DoJge. inquire oi
Jelia5t. jay. i:yan.
WANTED Furnished room, with board,
by a young man. Address
Jel,u J., Bee Office.
GII'.L WANTED To do " first wort:" gocd
wages. Apply immediately" at Dodra
aml 's'u streets. K. P. CHILD.
GURL WANTKD-To do general houe-work
hitJ?-8.1"311 fami'- M'l'ly at COZZENS
HQUSb, Sth street. ,eiot
FOR SALE Two good breaking teams. In
quire at 2y loin and Douglas streets.
ielOif JA.MES BONNER.
WANTED-A girl, at 253 Howard, nrar
lllli street. jyn
TflORliALL A horse, wagon and harness;
J2 suitable for retail business; will be sold
cheap. Inquire at the stable of GEO. W.
HOMAN, cor. of Harney and 13th sts. jeW3t
ORoALE ATA ItAtGAIN-Oneof Gale's
Celebrated Pea-nut R' asters ; abooneLuug
lester. Inquire at JlhRI'.lTT'b lU-stauraut.
WANTED-A girl to do general house
wort, in a small familv. Inquire at
J'l HALL FOUNDRY.
FOI. LENT A large store liou5e; conveni
ently located, lcquire at fish store, 231
Douglas street, of B. BfcHRENS.
rpO RENT A furnished room ; withorwlth
JL out board ; room suitab'e tor gentleman
atd wife, or two single gcntlciue.1.
m iirtjacKsou street.
WANTED Girl to doe,ne.ral houje-worfc.
Inqune 35 PoustaiTstrcet. j.ctf
WANThp Two good farm hands want a
situation upon afarm nojt o far from
Omaha. Apply immedUtily at the Bee 'f
ntei may i9
EOB SALE-160 acres of land, being the NE
li ofiecl8, in township 13, N of K t E. in
tne St part ot Buttler county, 30 miles North
west of Lincoln. A will improMil farm adjoins
Hon the west, and country nil aiound It Is
thickly srttlctls "i) tfU ipr SJpii, Hue Lalf
down, hajaiic! in one year, or 3 1 CQ iier acre in
cash, or will trade for city property, ytin.lv to
ioy21Jf ANDREW ItOsHWAVEfc
DESIRABLE RLSIPENCE PROPERTY,
and MiTCral vacant jots, and larm lauds
lor sale ; nlso lioun mid offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joux E. KtLLEr,
Attorney at .Law, at French A McKooii'g otUce,
RoomNo. 3, Creighton bfuck. in lSlf
FRONT PARLOR FOP. RENT Applv- 277
Davenportst bet 15th and lGth sts. niylGli
TO THE PUBLIC Tho underilgned has
purcLased and (ut upon the streets as
public conveyances, koine ol the U nest carriages
ocrmanufacturcd in tbLj country. Tliev will be
run to andirom tbo depots, holds and private
residences. All ordo s left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near tt e cor of Eleventh
st and Capital Avenue, will 1 promptly at
tended to. A share i.f the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BUI.L.
EOR SALE OP. EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY One section choice land, on
tho big bend of the Republican RTrer". N uckols
County.' Inquire df ' A'. JtlNSKI.
myl4-uil Cor Harney end 15th ts.
WANTEP ricrvant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc, imuudiately, at
the employment olUce.room 9 Visscher'sblock.
OR SALE. I will seU god second hand
caniages and buggies low for cash or tr.de,
as I wish to replace them with new ones.
mayCtf G. W.Uomajt.
WANTED A cneap mfiu in ejeoange for
merchandise- AifilrMs. 'Fsrmpr- H.k
EOR SALE OR RENT ao. 351 Chicago st
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
a 21 Oil Mill.
FOB SALE OR REST A farm 6f 120 acres
with house and barn, situated one half mile
west of the Barracks; Inquire of
mchI6tt n. P. REDMOND.
Academy of Music.
TWO XltiU'lS OXLY !
Friday aM SatMay, June 12 an. 13.
TJIE BEST .AM MOST VERSATILE SHOW
Admission, - - - 50 Cents.
Keskuved Seats, - . 73
KS-For particulars, see Hall Programme.
AH persons owning stock, including cattle,
horses, sheep, goals, swine, Ac, also dog., will
please take notice that on and after Monday
the 13th day of June, :S71, I shall b obliged
in conformity to tliecity ordinances to t keup
all such s ocfc and dogs l 'inning at large be
tween the Missouri river and 21th strict, and
between Pacific and Grace streets, and put
them In the Pound at the E.tabrook Subl-, on
Capitol Avenue, between pth and 10th stre ts ;
said Stable having been by me designated as
the Ciiy Pound for the city of Omaha.
Jell 5t Foundniaster.
ToAIvinM Mothrshead and CarioUaMothes
head, non-resident., defendants .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
Lifo Association of America, did on the 9th
dar of May, A D 1871. file In the District Court
of bought! County, Nebraska, their petition
against you, the city of Omaha, and 1 cugla
County, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which is to obtain an accounting of the money
due from you to (be said Life Association of
America, upon a certain note and mortgage for
52,000 00, dat.d December 21th, 1869, and re
corded December 27th, 18-59, in Book '9" of
Mortgages, at page ICC, ot said Douglas County
records, and for an order or decree to tell the
mortgaged premises, to wit : All that portion
of lot 4 in block 122, in the Gty of Omaha,
Douglas County Nebraska, described as follows,
to wit: The 27J feet cf ground fronting on
12th street, next north of the south 22 feet of
said lot 4, being a strip of ground 27We?t fron!
and running ba'kWfeetr together with all the
buildings thereon, and for general rtlief. You
are required to answer said petition on or be
fore July Cth, 1S74. fK
my21-:s-H 1 Att'y for PlainUst
-. ,, . vwmcbiiuiwa ,
CJGABS AND TOA
NE corner Farnham aad
Is SOLE AGENT In Nebraska for
4 of the Rest Makers. My prices
are away below! these small dealers
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
be undersold ! Make no mistake
see the "BAZAR" before buying, or
write for prices. You save dollars
by so doing. See the new
' BOSTON CANOPY TOP!"
Which makes 5 stglcs of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC
TORY PRICES ! for cash. I make
a , specialty " of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
171 Parauam S. t Cor. 11th St
OMAHA --- KEB
VAN BORA'S MACHINE
AU kinds of light and heavy
MACHINERY MADE & REPAIRED.
S&All Work Guaranteed.-?
256 HAKHET STBEET, - OMAHA.
13th St, bet. Farnham and Haraey.
AU kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING and
REPAIRING done at reasonable rate
WHOLES VLE DEALElIN
135 n nd ISC Farafeasn Street.
FKITZ HalTNEB, Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street, corner 11th, Otniha,
Nebraska. Board by the day or week.
June 1, yl
Between 9th and 10th.
CHARLES FELDERMAN, Prop.
CAliBIAGE, BUGGY and TVAGOX
N. E. CORNER of Hth, ami HARNEY STS,
W()UI,D respectfully announce to the pub
he tli it be iii now ready to fill all con
Tracts irt the ahuvo lines with neatuess and
tMTExpress wagons constantly on hand and
JOHN II. GREEN,
(JKAIS, FL0UB AND FEED,
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
OAIIR X AGKEI
Patent Wheel?, Finished Gearing, Ac
Axles, Springs and lliimble Skcing,
Carriages, Hacks i Buggies.
Statlcbacker Wagon Depot.
Frontiag on 4b, 5th add Walnut it,,
St. Louis, - Mb.
LaveillG, Warner ic Co.,
The Southern Hotel is Crst-cRsi in all Its
apioinliiieiits. I s table are at all times sup
plied in thr greatest abundante, with all the
delicacies themaikeis aQurd, Its clerks and
employes arc a'l polite and attentive to the
wants ol th- gu sts of the hotel, 1 here Is an
improved i leva or leading from the firt floor
(o the uiper one, lUllrui.I and. steamboat
icketofiitis. news strtid. mid western Anion
telegraph oul e in the lotuuda of Lotel,
255- Harney street. It twees 11th and 15th.
Can-fare uuil Wagon Making
In all it Branches. In the latest and most
HORSE SHOEING AND BiaCKSMITHlNO
and repalrinii dnne on .o-l notice
- cT C L
C1EP2NTIP AND BULLDEB,
2M FARNHAM STREET.
225 Famhaa Street. - Oaaha, Heb
KUOLXSALK ASD KZTAJL DEAUUC 1ST
FURNITIIRE, BEDDING, ETC.
-HAr FACTCBEB OF AKD DIALX W-
LambrcqiiiBS and Window Shades,
CHROMOS, ESOBATOGS AND
270 Farcham street, corner Fifteenth
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
ASH CARRIAGE TBIMMEB,
ALL orders and repairing prompUy AtUnJed j
to snd satisfaction guaranteed.
JM-Caaa paid for hides. ap33yl
r9',&afcX I VfissssfWsUssV
VSO? assssssssst'A !"
sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssl tr KpBaVAt
sssBssssBBT Asla.w yC9m. -
MR. JOHN RATH
IS AGENT FOB
J. J. BROWN" & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
WrTfiT.mT.l? Hn ft nunc
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
inchl32y ' J-N " '
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCES-ORS TO CREIOHTON AND MORGAN
No. 205 Farnham Street,
QiBfABA, - - - STEB.
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN & CO.
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
mc'1 AC EMS FOR THE DUPQ.NT POWDER CO.
Kurtz IfloHR C
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnham Street,
OHVLA-TaiA., - - TSTTiTR.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
TI1KKSIIKKS. IIAKVHSTEHH,HKAl'EIU,MOWKHg. DKlXLa. MWLVnJaa
COHX-PLAIVTKKN PLOWS, ctflriVATOItS: HAyT ""
KAKKm and waoons.
246 Douglas St., Omaha, Nebraska
GEO. A. HOAGLAND,
COB. OF DOUGLAS AND 6TB
Faints, Oils, Varnishes,
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
i3s Old Kcnttiskjr. Whiskies aad Iaporte dood a Special! j.
.A.. IE. SIMPSO nsr,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGAfc&j
532 FiFTEE3sra?ia: st.,
HOMES and 7AH1SS X2T 1TXBK-A.S1
The Burllnzton aul M'ssjur! River Rillroad
creuil at 6 per cenu interest, ana wpna lmn pre-nlunoi juwrcrni. on ua "'
purchase, If half the lanl is cultivated, within two ye.r from dsle of purchas.
LARGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, :Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
The P, A M. R.-R. Co. will seU abo-i! t.M0 MJj VnlELll't' "driI'ar13a l '"
swell watered country ,t Irom ill US7.00pcrcreonlon;ertHt.
Th.nnmisnrownsaUri.bo.lvo'thelitlan.llnNebrata,liiter-4Iby BnsatrWM Timrl
nd iliacVut TU ?U.!lroIl an 1 la the largest and best develop 1 part of tho Stat., a aJ ia U I
amoosPepubllein. Valley, ivirnrrauniujiau iniornuuon apply
C. R. SCHILLER, Agent B. & M. Land Ofllce,
Cor of Math and Farakaa Sta taaaa.
Or Ueacr.il Laa4 Defirtaeat, UuttSek.
HATS dk SA2TSX2T,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN AIL KINDS OF
O I G- -A. E; S!
AND DEALERS IN
Pip 3, Tobaccos, Eto.
Theat'en Ion of dealers la called to the fact that we
are prepared to LABEL our goods with their NAMES
as uanutictued expressly fur them.
May 27-d lta.
Roots and Shoes.
STS, , D. P. B. B. TRICE.
Co.. oSjrs best lai'sst low pr'ee on 10 yl
. . . . ,.., j, r ,i".!..y?M."i.
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