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THE OMAHA BEE
MONDAY, JUNE 15; 1S74.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
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rpmblUfacd li Jfebrmak.
Peycte's ResUurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. feb24tf
i The Donald . McKay band of
Warm Spring Indians, the captors
or the Modocs, occupied a front gal
lery seat at the Academy of Music
Saturday evening, and seemed to
thoroughly enjoy the minstrel per
formance. The remains of a newly born
infant, abandoned by its mother,
to' die. was found Friday in the
southwestern outskirts of tho city,
by two ladles who were picking
strawberries. Coroner Gish was in- J
formed of the fact.
Friday afternoon Rev. Mr.
McCandlish was thrown from his
horse on Fourteenth street, his head
striking on tho street car track. He
was picked up and taken into Ish's
drug store and attended to. He re
wived no serious Injury.
Jacob King, the newly ap
pointed poundmaster, will begin on
to-day to take up all cattle,
hogs, etc, found running at large
between the river aud Twenty-fourth
streets and Grace and Pacific
streets. He has secured the yards
at the corner of Tenth and Daven
A young man, who drove his
horse and buggy into the pond on
the bottoms, yesterday, for the pur
pose of washing his vehicle, enme
very near drowning himself and his
horse. He had considerable diffi
culty in getting out of the water,
and had to unhitch the horse, be
fore ho could gat his swamped bug
Bremqpd & Norton's minstrels
gave a very satisfactory performance
last night to quite a large audience
at the Academy of Music The
troupe is a good one. Wash Norton
is a whole show in himself. He is
one of the bestminstrel men travel
ing, Sprague & Mack, the song
and dance men, are excellent, while
Joe Woodson, the colored boy, is a
remarkably -fine vocalist.
" The Bremond fe Norton min
strels gave a grand street concert
Saturday afternoon, in Clark's band
drawn by lour iron gray
horses. They did not forget the
Bek offlce, the employes of which
were highly entertained by a sere
Bade. A gentleman, who is a com
petent judge, remarked that they
jjiadb better music than any other
minstrel band, that has ever visited
tab cltj. This same judge of music
waw present Friday evcnlng.at their
performance, aria he paid the or
etaetra the aaine compliment. Two
& the muldans, one of them being
viollBtet, wero members of
Tho 'nas Ifew York orchestra, for
seveofnsw. This violinist is said
to be o of behest in the ; country.
rm,. .. lthd!b small in num
bers, fa immense in every other re-
Meet, asd surprised their audience
jby"tb xcefleaee of their entartain-jseat.
Annetroo!, the batter, keeps the
bt umbrella, P1
Tlie criminal docket will be
taken up in the District Court on
to-day. ' ,
TheSwedish "Folkets Tiduins' '
which was recently squelched by a
mortgage, has made its appearance
again, with Eric Cohrey as editor,
and E. Stenberg, business mana
ger. Long may it may wave under
the new regime.
The band of Warm Spring In
dians who arrived here Friday
from the West, under their leader,
Donald McKay, promenaded the
streets during the afternoon,
attracting considerable attention
from our citizens and our
canines. tWhile tliev werc gin
down Douglas street they were in
terviewed bynineteen barking dogs,
who acted as if Indians had no
rights which an Omaha purp was
bound to respect
S. Barnabas church in this city
has undertaken a mission which
should receive the sympathy and
commendation of all our citizens.
Father Hammond, the rector, has
obtained permission from the SherilT
to hold services at the jail for the
benefit of the prisoners. These Mill
be of the simplest character, con
sisting of the singing of familiar
hymns, prayers, the reading of a
portion of Scripture, and a short
exhortation; the whole service not
to occupy more than a half hour.
The first service will be held to
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock:'
H. W. Ristino and wife, of Cleve
land, Ohio, are at the Grand Cen
tral. James T. Allan left Friday morn
ing for the mountains, to procure
evergreens for the Government cem
etery at Fort McPherson.
Mrs. SL Hunt, a former resident
of Omaha, who has been visiting in
Omaha for somo time for her health,
left Saturday for her California
Bishop Clarkson returned Saturday
morning from a two weeks visit to
Bismarok, and other places in the
A. W. Hall, special route agent of
the Pacific and Australasian steam
ship mail line, went west Saturday
John Hay, the well-known poet,
is in the city on a visit to his broth
er, Lieut. Hay, adjutant of the
Ninth Infantry and the post.
The following are the arrivAl1 at
the Wyoming Hotel :
John R Burgess, Davenport; A J
Miller, Des Moinos; Dan M.cGinnis,
Cedar Rapidsj S C Brown, Sioux
City; Mrs Rose and child, Des
Moines; John Stroble, Cincinnati;
Joslali Baker, Davenport; E T Nel
son, Missouri Valley; li Browning,
Davenport, D William'", Missouri
Valley; B F Reid, do; Mrs J E
Brown and family, San Francisco;
W H Campbell, Martin Jensen, C
T Bon3on, John Anderson, do; G M
Baldwin, Chicago; J J Know, Wa
tertown, O: James Pearsull, Colum
bus; B Kelter, J Johnstown, Pa;
Death of Xm. Eertziaan.
The many friends of this estima
ble lady Mill be pained to learn of
her death, which occurred Saturday
forenoon,the resultof the injuries she
received on Thursday evening, by
fulling down cellar at Gen. Perry's
residence, where she went to call
upon a French lady acquaintaiiCe
At first it was thought she might
possibly recover, although it was
known she had sustained internal
injuries. Saturday morning at an
early hour, she began failing, and
at ten o'clock she breathed herlast.
The attending physician, Dr. Mc
Clelland, states that she fractured
her spine and skull. She leaves a
loving husband and son, who are
almost heart-broken over her death.
The funeral will probably take place
WHOLE STOCK OF THEM
Seal Estate Salos
For the week ending'June 12, 1S7-1.
J H Nelson to Thomas Foster; lot
61,Nelson's addition $95.
J H Nelson to Delos Cornish, lot
95, Nelson's addition $100.
J H Nelson to James McMichael,
lot 109, Nel ion's addition $305.
Patrick Powers to Edward Ains
cow, undivided half of 11 acres in
10,14, 13, $150.
J H Nelson to Helena C Fergu
son, lot ski, in nelson's auuiuon
J H Nelson to Willis M Yates,
lot 57, in Nelson's addition $155.
Walter Craig to John McDowell,
ne31, 15, 12-$1,G00.
Countv Treasurer to William
Tubb, 7 li.ts in Florence $2.29.
C A Sparrow to Isabella K Pater
son, lot 5 blobk B South Omaha
J H Nelson to S A &. V, T Taj--'lor,
lot 94 in Nelson's addition
J II Nelson to Sarah Dunn, lot 9
in Nelson's addition $174.
J II Nelson to V M Yates; lot So
Nelson's addition $25o.
Herman Kountze anl others to S
Relcbenberg, middle one third lot 2
blk 121 Oniaba $3,000.
Julia A Clark to Boggs & Hill, s
w 7, 14,11 and n e30, 15, 11 $000.
Boggs & Hill to Henry Deerson,
ne qr30, 15, 11 $1,250.
J H- Nelson to Thomas C Short,
lot 4, Nx-lson's Addition $235.
J N Nelson to Solomon Altschu
ler, lots 45, 77, and 91, Nelson's Ad
dition $287. 50.
J Lee Newton, Jr., to Caroline N
Clarke, several lots in Omaha and
Wests' Addition $5,000.
JAHorbach, Adm'r, to BE B
Kennedy; lots 8, 9 and JO, block 9
and lots 7 and 8, block 8, Parker's
J C Wilcox to Hiram B Young;
lot 9, block 24, Wilcox's 22 ddi-
Chas McKay to Brewer & Bemis
Brewing Co; lots 8, 9, 12. 13, 14 and
15, block 456 Graudview $200.
H O Jones to Lvdia Van Orman;
lot 7, Wock 81, Omaha-$500,
John Noble is the name of an
English noble man, who has for
some past resided in Omaha, whero
he owned considerable properly
until quite recently, when he dis
posed of it for $25,000 or less, with
the intention of returning to his na
tive country. When his innumera
ble friends heard of this, they ex
pressed their regret at his determi
nation; they endeavored to persuade
him to remain in Omaha, a city
where he was so well known and
generally beloved, and for which he
had done so much. As the eve
of his contemplated departure grad
ually but surely drew nigh, he gave
a pic-nic to a few of his most inti
mate friends among the ladies,
with whom he is a general favorite,
and three or four of his warmest
gentleman friends. This was a pos
itive evidence of the fixed determi
nation of Mr. Noble to return to
England, and those who were not
convinced before, now firmly be
lieved that Mr. Noble was surely go
ing to cross the briny deep.
The citizens of Omaha, however,
concluded to make another effort to
induce Mr. Noble to remain. Ac
cordingly a public meeting of the
citizens was called. It was largely
and enthusiastically attended, and
resolutions of regret at his depar
ture, and of hopes that he would
after all conclude to remain in Oma
lia, were unanimously adopted.
Mr. Noble was presented with a
copy of these overwhelming resolu
tions, and every paper in the city
published tbom, as each journal was
numbered among Mr. Noble's per
A grand party in honor of Mr.
Noble, was also given at the resi
dence of -a iriend, and Mr. Noble
there took occasion to reply to the
the resolution in a well-worded,
much-studied and eloquently deliv
ered speech, which was published
in full in an enterprising morning
paper. Saturday morning's Herald
anhoimPed jnfep jng terpis of regret
that Mr. Noblo would leave that
afternoon fur Yankton and thence
would proceed to England. That
announcement caused a universal
pang of regret to shoot through the
hearts of the Omahaians. "Fare
thee well and if forever, still for
ever fare thee well," was the unan
imous quotation, tjiat was used on
this occasion, with tho addition of
"Good bye, John, don't stay long,
but write us a letter soon."
Later. Since the above was
written, the following note was
handed us, and wo mut say that
if it is reliable, and we hope it is,
the Omahaians will shout with joy:
''Owing to thp universal regret ex
pressed by the 'entire peopje of
Omaha, at the prospective depar
ture of Mr. J. Noblo, to his native
clime, that gentleman has reconsid
ered his resolution, and determined
to postpone his departure indefi
nitely." On agoount Pf the Academy of
Music having been captured by the
Indians for Monday and Tuesday
nights, the exhibition to have been
given Tuesday evening by the pu
pils of thp Jfphraska Institute for
the Deaf ami Dumb, has been post
poned to Wednesday, at 3 p. m.
Tho Saratoga School pic-nic
will take place at Saratoga Springs
on Friday, June 2Cth. In addition
to the usual pic-nio attractions,tbere
will be a croquet party for the girls,
and a base-ball match for the boys.
7a Saratoga Dramatic Asso
ciation has concluded w postpone its
proposed entertainments till
As Umaba 2f an in Denver.
M. C. Wilbur, who has for many
years been engaged in tho livery'
business, and purcuase ana sale or
fine horses in Omaha and Chicago,
has taken the Western House, with
stables and corraI,on Twelfth street,
between Holladay and Larimer,
west side. The House will be kept
as a first-class hotel in every respect,
and will be made particularly attrac
tive to horsemen, stock owners and
ranchmen. The stables will be kept
in good style for boarding horses and
for the accommodation of transient
trade. The principal business of
the proprietor will be the purchase,
sale and handling of first-class car
riage horses. A long experience in
the business, and acquaintance with
the best horse breeders in the states,
will enable him to serve those who
wish to purchase good stock in an
acceptable and satisfactory man
ner. Denver Xiews, 10th.
Sioux City and Kearney Sailroad.
On the 10th Inst an enthusiastic
meeting was held at Columbus for
the purpose of organizing a com
pany to build a railroad from a
point opposite Sioux City, Iowa, to
Kearney on the Union Pacific. All
the counties along the line of the
road were represented, and the
bonds of the counties were pledged
to aid in constructing the road.
The articles of incorporation will be
filed with the Secretary of State at
the earliestpracticable moment. C.
W. Dake, Esq., one of the leading
bankers of Kearney, is elected pres
ident of the incorporators.
Provision was made to survey the
route, and an efficient engineer em
ployed to commence the prelimi
On Thursday evening an enthu
siastic meeting was held at the city
hall, in Columbus, to consider the
building of a narrow gauge railroad
from Dakota county to Columbus,
thence south to Manhattan, Kas.
Many of the counties along the line
were represented. A committee was
appointed to inquire into the feasi
bility of constructing said road and
to ascertain what can be obtained
along the route to aid the enter
prise. From present indications
there is good prospects of the early
completion of this road.
Xctohitioa of Taanks.
At a meeting of the Omaha Med.
cal Association the following reso
lution was passed:
The thanks of the Society are ten-
John T. Clark, James
vci.-u w . Hull
Homan, and Sweesy fc Cuu.
-fW..UUU, "U" ..
for the use of their carriages during -
the meeting of the Nebraska State I
Donald McKay and hit Party.
Capt Donald McKay, his brother,
Dr. W. C. McKay and son, and Mr.
Marsh French, business manager of
the "troupe," are registered at the
Grand Central Hotel, while the re
mainder of the band, eleven braves
and two squaws of the Warm
Spring Indians, are camping at the
Academy of Music, and -'iing
their meals at the Atlantic Hv. c
These are the warriors who assistt '
in the capture of the Modocs at the
Lava Beds, and they havecomr
east, with the permission of govern
ment, by way of a reward for thei
brave conduct, to give exhibitions
for their own pecuniary benefit
Tho Academy of Music has been
engaged for them on next Monday
and Tuesday evenings.
A Bee reporter had the pleasure
Saturday, of an introduction to
Dr. W. C. McKay, brother of Don
aldMcKay.the famous Indian scout
He speaks English perfectly, hav
ing received an academic education
at Wilbraham, Massachusetts, and
afterwards studying medicine at
Geneva, New York. He has a
bright little son with him,
whom he intends to have
educated in the East. Capt Don
ald McKay is a man of striking ap
pearance, about six feet tall, straight
after the Indian models, and of dig
nified lH?aring. He was dressed in
a black suit, wore a white shirt and
a black nectie, and covered his
well-formed head with a black felt
hat He speaks English fluently,
but hardly with the readiness of his
brother, Dr. McKay,
Their father was born atSault St
Marie, Mich., and came to Astoria
in 1811, in a vessel sent out by John
Jacob Astor. He was of Scotch pa
rentage, partly, having about seven
eighths white blood, which would
make him a sort of Indian octo
roon. Donald McKay, who Is des
tined to have an honorable place in
American history, is the third of a
family of fourteen children. He is
now thirty-five years of age, and
travels with his wife aud a child, 7
years of age. Dr, McKay is some
The Warm Spring Indians, Dr.
McKay informed us, are quite civ
ilized, and are self-sustaining, being
excellent and industrious agricultur
alists on their reservation.
?ie. Aquarium Car.
Saciiajiexto, June 12.
To Geo. P. Bcmls. Omaha:
Your fish from the Elkhorn are
doing splendidjy, and so are all the
We all wish to rpnpw our thanks
to you for them and for your great
U. S. Fish Commissioner.
(In charge of the California
Fon Sale Cheap!
Two Stock Hogs and Seven Pigs ;
also a lot or Household Furniture,
corner 11th and Jackson streets.
The annual meeting of the Phil
harmonic Society will be held at
Meyer's Hall on Wednesday eve
ning, 17th jnst, at 8 o'clock. All
active and subscribing members are
requested to attend,
A, T. McMillan,
f-TIIE WEATHER VANE
Tis -ften said tliat ftraws do show
The source Irani wbeuco the wind doth blow.
This point wp will not question hero,
But draw the moral as it dglll appear:
The straws from BUNCE'S store which go,
Prove Im tmats them all I u selling lo.
Dyki.no, cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS, '
10th St.jbet. Farnham and Douglas.
GOING ! !
GOING ! ! !
The immense Stock of Dry
GoxN, 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 Prints, 12yards for $1.00.
Lonsdale Muslin, 12 cents.
Fruit of Loom, 14 cents.
Wamasutta, 17J cents.
Witle sheeting at reduced prices.
AH dress goods at cost.
Ladies' suits In linen, Batiste and
Shawls in endless varieties.
Bargaius in carpets, English Brus
sels $1 25.
All wool carpets SO cents to SI 15.
Oil cloths 50c, G5c, and 75c.
Buyers should not fall to secure
some of these extra lwrgains.
Houston &. Gaukison,
227 Fsirnham fctreet, Omaha.
june!2 13 A 15
Type FpR Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type, 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 Ac., address
in f. Publisher of the Bee.
or Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Bcrkley.
Compare SNOW FLAKE with,
the flour you have been using anij
none but Wells & Nieman's will do
hereafter. Little 4 Williams, Blue
Front Store, -w
Heary Bainitoms The Damage Done.
A very heavy rainstorm occurred
Saturday night, flooding the streets,
filling up some cellars and doing
some considerable damage. The
cellar of Markle's depot restaurant
was flooded to the depth of over
three feet, damaging the gro
ceries and provisions stored
there to the amount of $1,000
or $1,500. A large gang of men was
employed all day yesterday in bail
ing and pumping out the water.
The loss is quite a heavy one to Mr.
Markle, who has spent considerable
money in fitting up his restaurant.
Last night another equally as
heavy storm took place, and again
was the cellar of the restaurant
Saturday, June IS, 1874.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment Present Commissioners McAr
dle, Redfieldand Knight.
D. McClelland, County Physi
cian, reported twenty paupers re
maining in the poor house.
A lease was ordered made to Hen
ry Ernst for the following described
school land, viz: so qr of ne qr sec
16, T. 15, R. 12 east
The following resolution was
Resolved, That if the Union Pa
cific Railroad Company shall com
mence within twenty-two days from
this date, and prosecute to comple
tion without unnecessary delay.and
complete" by the first day of No
vember, 1874, on the depot giounds
of said company, in tho city
of Omaha, conveyed to it
by deed of Alvin Saunders,
Trustee, dated Jan. 20, 1872, its de
pot building, according and equal
to the general pian atiopteu oy saui
Company, Aug. 18, 1873, as modi
fied by a resolution of tho Executive
Committee of said Company, passed
May 28, 1874, at a meeting thereof
in Boston; ana snail, wltnm tne
same time, commence on lots 1 and
2, in block 231, in Omaha, af build
ing for Its general ottlces, according
or equal to the general plan adopted
by the Company Aup. 18, 1873, and
shall complete the side walls thereof
and put said building under roof by
the 1st day of January, 1875, and
shall maintain said buildings and
ofilces on said grounds respect
ably. Suph acts on its part shall
constitute and he accepted, by ami on
the part of the county of Douglas
as a compliance by the said Union
Pacific railroad company with the
fourth clause of the agreement
made by said company and recited
in the deed from Alvin Saunders
above referred to, and thence for
ward no breach of said fourth clause
or failure to comply therewith shall
be aleged by or pji behalf of the
county of Douglas, or parties in any
proceeding, or in any matter what
ever. Provided, this resolution shall not
be construed to apply to or affect
said agreement except in respect to
the fourth clause thereof.
The Union Pacific railroad coin
Danv. by A. J. Poppleton, Its attor
ney, presented a ppljtjqu askjng for
a reduction in 'the assessed valua:
tionfor 1873, of toe west half of its
bridge across the Missouri river.
Also a petition asking for the can
cellation bf certain taxes upon rpal
estate embraced within the depot
grounds of said company, said
taxes having been levied prior to the
date when said real estate was con
veyed to said companj'.
Ebenezer Archer, Jr. was ap
pointed Popstablo for Ofiiaha Pre
preclnct No. 1, ib fill vacancy, and
his official bond was approved.
A petition was received from
Clinton Briggs and others for a
county road running south from the
Platte river road to Geo. R. Smith's
George Smith was appointed com
missioner to view and report.
A petition was also presented,
asklncr for the location of a county
road to run westerly from the south
west cornpr of A.'H. Baker's field
to Rig Papillion c'repk.
James U. Gridtey was appointed
commissioner to vjpw and. report.
The following accounts were al
Herbert pjbbon, work at Poor
House, $18,00; Jacob Gish, oofllns,
and burying paupers, $12.50; Fred
Mllius, goods for poor, $8,25; E, A.
Kelsey, lumber, $3.08.
Adjourned to Monday, June 15th,
Lewis H. Reed,
Hon- 0. B. Lake, Judge.
Omaha, Juno 13.
Rogers vs Train. Decree offor
closure for $10,839,55.
Patrick vs Poland. Lease to file
new motion and answer to dissolve
Central National Bank vs Lacey.
Motion of plaintiff to take deposi
tion in term overruled.
Tribune Co vs Edwards. Motion
to continue overruled.
McCormick vs Sweescy, ct al.
Motion for new trial overruled.
Burlless vs Gardner. V erdict for
Johnson vs Omaha. Leave to
answer petition in ten days.
In the matter of the application
of Philip Myers, guardian, to sell
real estate of wards. Cause ordered
to be shown by July 31st
State vs Charles Ketchum, In
dicted for embezzlement. Plea of
not guilty entertalncd.and commis
sion ordered to take testimony on
the part of the defendant
Kountze pf al vs" "Omaha. Jury
trial. Verdict $400 for the plaintiff-.
Davis & Ricp vsCummings. N.ew
Adjourned till nine o'clock Mon
Generalities are good to advertise,
but no one gives you prices that
are below those of JOHNSON &
Co. Nobody's wholesale prices at
retail; or wholesale per cents off,
are any lower on first-class goqfe
than can be found at 260 Dodge
street Doolittle's old stand; now
JAQ.S. JOHNSON & Qo.
PLEASE CALL AND EAMr
CLARVOYAXT AND HEALJNQ
Private diseases of ladies a sper
clality. Advice given on busines?,
domestic and all other matters of
whatever nature. Hours from 8 to
12 a. m. and from 2 to 7 p. m.
Room 34, Metropolitan Hotel.
Mrs. F. O. Stebeins.
Of Lfnert Suits, also single coats,
pants and vests, so!4 very low, $t
M. HpjAMA? Co,
TEN THOUSAJSD PAIRS
B00TS AND SHOES!
To be Sold at Prices thaHave
Fever Been Equalled in
This Stock Must he Closed
by July 1st, at Cost or
Look at these Prices
Men's calf boots, our own
Men'n calf congress,
Men's calf congross,
Men's kip shoes', 1 25
Ladies' cloth boots, Feary's
make, best in this country
from 1 65 to 2 25
Best Philadelphia made
ladies boot from 2 10 to 3 00
Splendid misses' cloth boots, 1 00
Aho, ajull line of children 8 shoes
at prices that arc bound to sell
Tltis is not slop work, but our reg
ular slock, manufactured for our
custom trade, and every pair war
ranted. Call soon and secure bargains at
Weber & Beum's,
Corner Douglas and Thirteenth.
je 10 12 13
Bead this List.
English Dundeo Marmalade.
Cross & Biackwell's Raspberry
Russet Cider in quart and pint
Bass & Co.'s Ale.
Guines's Stout or Porter.
Roast Beef in Cans.
" Mutton "
u VeaP "
Tomato Soup "
Vegetable " "
Vermiceli " "
Maccaronl " "
Mock Turtle "
Egg Maccaronl in pound pack
ages. Granulated Sweet Potatoes in
pound packages, at
Pondt, Meyer & Raapke's.
On Saturday, June 13,1S74, 1 .will
open for the patronage of the publje
my New House, at 200 Farnham
street, opposite the Valley House.
An excellent Lunch will be
served, The bar Is furnjsjH! 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 Sin yen.
Vegetable Market at Brun
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR,
AWARDED EREMiUM AT
STATE FAIR 1872 and 1873.
Wells & Nieman Schuyler, Neb.,
Little '& Williams, Omaha.
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 Separato room for ladles.
and "Cream of
Best brands of
Fruit Market, at Brunner's.
June 2 10
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, coroor 11 th street,
hi i ii.
Between 9th and 10th.
CI1 ABI.E8 FELDKHMAN, Prop.
CARRIAGE, BUGGY and WAGON
N. E. CORNER ol Hth and HARM. BID,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub
11c that he is now ready to fill aU con
tracts in the abore lines with neatuesa and
dispatch. , ...
iMTExpress wagons constantly on band and
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent Wawli PJniahed Gearing 4c.
Axles, SprlBgg and Thimble Skein g
Carriages, Hacks m Buggies.
Stadcbacker Wagon Depot.
H. SBEBE. F- fARBACII.
URETIE k KiBBACA, '
15th St. between' Farnham anil arnej all
OMAHA, - r NEB-
Spring 3ni Farm Wgns,
BlPtilES AUB pARBlAGftS.
Dealer. In and maqulactareri ol
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I
PABTICULAB ATTENTION PAID TO
VBcpairing ol wagon and blacfanallhiag
promptly done at reaaonable prices mrdAvSa
TAN DOBN'S MACHINE
Al kinga of lifht and. sear
inmiTBr invirinrik v
.."a3Ui I cut Irom actual meaanrement not from
tmWAa Work gummihnl, iPrPUerM-and wlUuarante.Uatactloninn
J "S "J I
MOTICE. AdTertlsemenU ol To Let, For
Sale, Lost, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS pr line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVE CEF1S per line. The first insertion
neTer leas than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
WANTED A situation as chamber maid,
or to do sewing in a small famUy. Ad
dress NELLIE LAKE,
jelj n Council Bluffs, Iowa.
CXTANTED A situation with a private
VV lamily, to take care of horses and make
myself generally useful. Address rnlLLIP
COKBEIT, City Post Office. JelS 3t
FOR SALE A business house and ' of a
lot, at the O. A N. W. Depot, at a bargain;
or I will rtnt to a good business man. .
jelSU C. P. ROCKBUD.
POR RENT A furnished house with six
rooms for three mouths; with cellar, cis
tern, tardea and stable, to a relonslbIe person.
Inquire at 405 Izard street, noith end of etrtet
OA A A REWARD will be paid for the
OOU.lU return of, or for any Information
leading to the recovery ol Two Brown Mara
and one colt (about one month old,) whh h were
stolen from Willuui K. alcMasters, about 9
o'clock last evening, while camped 6 miles west
of Omaha, and about 4 miles from PapUliou.
J. II. NOTEWARE, State Immigration off
ice, Omaha. je!2J3t.
FR RENT Furnished or unfurnished, the
residence of lr, II. E. Brown, corner ot
arnham and 13th streets. Thp house has
nine roqnis, cellar and cistern, and well ; and
there is a fine stable on the premises. Tlc lot
is fulliiie and well shaded. Must be rented
br the 0lt of next month. Inquire at the
house, MRS. H, E. BRUV.
LOST A medium sized cow; entirely red,
in good order; had strap around her
horns when shewas missed, on Monday night
last $3.00 reward to any one who brings her
to JOHN FRANK, on highlit street, ouetioor
from the Catholic School.
FURNISHED ROOMS, with Boari, In .a
pleasant location, on west side of 17th st,
be ween Douglas and Dodge. Inquire of
jelld5t. MILS. RYAN.
WANTED Furnished room, with board,
by a young man. Address
jelltf J., Bee Office.
Gi IRL WANTED To do gcueral houe-work
r in a small family. Apply at COZZENS
UOUSE, 9th street.
FOR SALE Two good breaking teams. In
quire at 2G9 13th and Douglas streets.
jelo!f JAMES BONNER.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN One of Gale's
Celebrated l'ea-nut Rnasters ; also one Luug
Tester. Inquire at MERRITT'S Restaurant.
FOR RENT A largo store house; conveni
ently located. Inquire at fish store, 251
Douglas street, ol B. BEIIRENS.
rpO RENT A furnished room ; withorwith
J ont board ; room suitable lor gentleman
and wife, or two single gentlemej. Inquire
at 104 Jackson street. jefitf
WANTED Two good farm hands want a
situation upon afanu uoi t o far from
Omaha. Apply immediately at the Beb of
fice, way 29
F)RSALE-1G0 acres of land, being the NE
ifofscclS, in township 13, N of K 4 E. in
the SE part ol Uuttler county, 3Q miles North
west of Lipcoln. A weU improved farm adjoins
it on the west, and country all aiound It is
thickly settled; WiU sell lor $500, one half
down, balance In one year, or 53 00 per acre in
cash, or will trade for city property. Apply to
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and several vacant lots, and farm lands
lor sale ; nlso houses nd offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joux E. Kkllky,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon's office,
RoouiNo. 3, Crelghton block, nivJStf
ROST PARLOR FOR RENT Apply 277
Davenport at bet tain and ium sis. myioti
TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
purchased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, some of the finest carriages
eermanufactured in this country. They will be
run toandlroui the depots, hotels and private
residences. All orde a left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near s e cor of Eleventh
st and Capital Avenue, will bo promptly at
tended to. A snare ci tnepuuuc patronage is
JOHN fc. iSULuL.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY One section choice land, on
the big bend of the Republican Hirer. luckols
County. Inqniro of A- MINSKi;
tuylVuii' ' Corllaineyand 15th ts.
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc., immediately, at
tho employment olllce.room 9 Viascher'sblock.
FOR SALE. I will sill good second hand
can iages and buggies low foj cash or tK.de,
as I wish torepljCi) tbcuT With new ones.
DUJBtf l G. W.Homax.
117 ANTED A cneap urm in exenange for
T inercnandise. Address, farmer, ismk
EOR SALE OK RENT ixo.354 Chicago
JiAUtllS, XAtlH WUUPJ1A.N,
"I ' t ' - " nil Mill
THE TDT T JTiBBiwa
Is SOLE AGENT in Nehraska for
4 of the Best Makers. My prices
are awaybcloiu! these small dealers,
have 300 in stock, and WILL NOT
bo undersold! Make no mistake.
seo the HBAZAB" before buying, or
write for prices. You nave dollars
by so doing, Seo the new
1 BOSTON CANOPY TOP!"
Which makes 5 styles of a buggy.
Large or small orders filled at FAC-
TQKV I'KK'ra ! fur cash. I make
a " specialty " of filling retail orders
for a single buggy.
Imported (all kinds) wholesale and
Urn Cm ItEE
CiBPENTiP AND BUILDEB,
131k'St, bet. Farnham and Harney.
All kind! ol TA1UIB1NO, Cl.EANINU an1
BETAIKING dooe al reasonable mt
Ml Karnhara Dt.. Br. Mil. isth
Eirff ARD KUE1IL,
JfAG$TEH. Of fE BfPAKTKp.
Io- 498 10th Et, betvceo Farnham ft Harney.
Will br the aid of guardian .plritr, obtain
or any one flew of the past, present and fu
ture. No fee charted in caiea ol alckneai,
MtlS. 1C I!. PALME1C,
flooaii, V? PouglajS. near .U.h, (Up Stain.
Caltf! tfli FUlif aSpe?Ulr.
IL HyttrsssssssssMr W
A7 -JM WV&P
BB mFJmm itsssTissssrf'lisssssI
MR. JOHN RATH
13 4GEST FOR
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteenth Street,
BET, DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
bUCCES-OItS TO CREIGHTON AND MOUCJAN
No. 205 Farnliam Street,
OjfaAHL - - - USTIEIB.
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN fc CO.
XTo, 247 Douglas Street,
Ojmla.:h:.a, - - usteib
AHKNTS FOR TIIK
Kurtz JfoHR& (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnliam Street,
OIMTAJELA, - - - USTIEIB.
J, Jt BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 600DS
JOHN T. EDGAR,
Shelf a Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
TIIKKSIIEKS. IlAIlVKSTKltN, HKAI'KKS.MOWKHS. DHILLs, SKEDKIIH.
CORN-PJLANTEUN PLOWS, CDITIYATOKS. HAY.
KAKK8 AND WAOONS. mchlSy
246 Douglas St., Oxnana, Nebraska.
GEO. A. HO A GLAND,
OI'FICU AND VAP.I)
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS., U. P. B. R. TRACK.
Faints, Oils. Varnishes.
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
fiaeOld KctifiicL'j.WiNklcsand Imported itood a Specially.
i239 DOUGLAS 3TH.,
JL. IE. SIHES'O 3ST,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGARS.
532 ZEZFTE'EElLEriH: ST.,
SOMES and T4JOCS XX? 2TXBRASKA
Ttu)BarIln,tonaulMiaari nirrr RiUroaJ Co..o9:rj bt laa'tat law prIM oo 1Q year.'
credit a(C per cvnt. interest, ajufw.! Iiab.niii preulmaof MfwrceaU oo the amoantof tho
purchase, U half the. IanJ h cultlratej; within two yaira from data of purcba.
LAROE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, .Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
The B. A SI. R.-R. Co. will ael .bl UW&mC "J.HricuIturaI.Und la
a'well watered country, at Irom Sl-tt to J7J)0 IT -" " wnjerwiu
South of he Platfe
m ..h,.ro'ttel)Mttanl In Nebraska, lutereteIbr numeroui rirera
Th2 Cotni any ownsa la-se b.I a knJ deT,Io pm of tb. su,e, also. la th
ifbtewK? rJr circulars and fall lufor nation aly to
C. B. SCHALLIB, Agent B. & M, tand Offlco,
Qr (jeMtMl J.M
HATS c& HA2TSS2T,
WHOLESALE DEAIXKS IN ALL KINDS OF
O I G- .A. :r, S!
AND DEALERS IN
Pip3, Tobaccos, Etc.
Th attn Ion of dealers is called to the fact that w
are prr pared to LABEL our goods wl h their NAM
as manuLctucd expressly for thu.
DUFOXT T0WDER CO.
Boots and Shoes.
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