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THE OMAHA BEE
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1874.
fFFICUL PIPE OF THE CUT.
THE OMAHA DAILT BEE
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Daily except Sundays.
Omaibuea and Baggage Wagons leare the
Ace, corner Farnham and Ninth streets, flf
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Chicago and all Eastern cities, Nebraska
City, Piattamouth, Council Blufts and Burling
toa,dueatlu:3ua.in.,cluseaat439a. m. and
1:45 p. m.
Bt Laula and St. Joseph, due at 10:00 a. m.
BSd 7 p. m.; closes at 1:15 p. m. and 4.30 a. m.
Ossce open Sundays froui 12 to I p. m.
C. E. YOST. Postmaster.
TAADTBKTiaicBS -rae Cincc
E.TIO r thoDAlLT BBtC la more
tavad elaaMe tamt or any;olber dally
amaierimblUBed isi Nebraska.
Peycko'a Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. Tno leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth andThirteenth. feb24tf
The annual meeting of the
Philharmonic society took place
this evening at Meyer's Music Hall.
Tts-r-The sale of seats for the Hooley
Comedy Company, will begin to
.ISftorrow morning at the Variety
i Thomas Swift has a swift steer
frrhich he brags on and is willing to
bet on. Ho will wager $50 that he
icanrun 300 yards and beat any
ahorse in town. Bully for the steer !
Yesterday's Police Court busi
ness: John H. Stevens, drunk, $1.00
and costs ; Johann Hotz, drunk, dls
. charged ; John Bunker, drunk, dis
charged. Bev. J. F. Jordan will lectured
at the Court House last evening at
8 o'clock, on "The emancipation of
the colored people of The British
West India Islands."
-i-Tho Odd Fellows had a
gay time at Belle vue yesterday. The
fcpic-nic excursion train left for that
place about half-past eight o'clock.
Tho Union Pacific band accom
panied the excursionists.
Allen's beautiful drug store has
been further ornamented by the ad
dition of an elegant perfumery case,
and a mirror writing desk, both cor
. responding in splendor with the rest
of the fixtures.
The Union Pacific Band play
ed excellently on their way to tho
depot yesterday, to take the Odd
Fellows' excursion train forBelle
vue. "The members of Uii3 baud
seem to have greatly improved in
Capt Donald McKay, Dr. W.
C McKay and their Warm Spring
Indians left for Pittsburg and Wash-"
iagton yesterday. Their entertain
"inents "here were not a financial
meows, as Indians are not a novelty
i 7tThose two horny-listed sons of
. Jott, Judge Dudley and St. A. D.
.Bilcombe, were observed to enter
the theater together last evening,
. arm in arm. A news boy remarked
that "Major Balcomlie wanted to
find out what kind of soup the
Warm Spring Indians j referred."
Yesterday' Bef, In. the-relation
of an assault and b tttery item,
stated that the ccmpla nant, W. B.
Heed, was a boy. Last evening
Seed called at the Bee office, and it
.was,, evident that he was a full
grown man. Mr. Reed was red-hot
at being called a boy. He did not
want the people about the city, who
owed him, to think him a small
jbey. - It appears fiat he made the
complaint in behalf of the youth
'who was assaulted, and hence the
Two of the finest pairs of elk
horns ever seen in this country are
attracting considerable attention at
Julius Meyer's Indian Wigwam.
One of them is quite a natural cu
riosity on account of an extra antler.
An ex-County Treasurer went
out to Florence Lake yesterday to
take a canoe ride. Just as he was
about to start out, his companion
tipped him over into the lake.
Notwithstanding the water was
cool, he felt mighty hot at that
Judge Borer and family, of Bur
lington, are at the Grand Central.
Lieut. Greeley, inspector of the
signal service, is in the city.
Ex-Govemor Paddock, of Be
atrice, was in the city yesterday
He left for Kearne Junction
to attend to some business
in connection with the Beatrice
Cement and Pipe Company.
The following are the arrivals at
N J Miller, Des Moines; W B
iuemln, St Paul; G P Farnsworth,
do; Wm Plank, St Joe; S G Brock,
Macon, Mo; E L Jones, Iowa; J F
Corwin, Ft Dodge; G W Holmes,
Boone, Iowa; Frank Pierce, Boston;
F C Gentsch, Ogden; D S Warren,
Crete Hon A S Paddock, Beatrice;
Mrs James Ferry, Elkhorn; E
Tillistor, Blair, E Matthews, Chica
The Fourth of July.
As yet there have been no ar
rangements made to celebrate the
Fourth of July, in this city, and the
probability is that our national
birthday, will be more like a Sunday
than anything else, and as the Fourth
comes on Saturday, this will give us
two Sundays in a week, which are
more than we can stand. In the
name of the patriotic, freedom lov
ing people of Omaha, we rise and
indignantly ask, why is this thusly ?
Is the spirit of 177G dying out, or is
it lying quiescent in order to gain
strength for the general looming up
of the centennial in 1876? Are we
too poor to hire a brass band, and
buy some cheap fireworks?
Are we not going to give our gas
bags at least those who have not
been engaged by the grangers a
chance to relieve themselves of their
spread-eagle stereotypo oratorical
Are we to have no balloon ascen
sion? Are we not going to give
Pierce an opportunity to break his
neck for $37J by a tight-rope per
formance? Is this, our glorious national holi
day, only to be observed by Young
America, who will Invest his last
cent in firecrackers, torpedoes, lem
onade and ice-cream?
These are the questions that have
been prompted by the general leth
argy of our citizens on this matter
and tho only conclusion now is,
that Omaha will be as dull as a Sun
day on the Fourth. The Granger
pic-nic, will attract the majority of
the political wire-pullers to sylvan
retreats during the day, while the
Emmett Monument Association
picnic at Bellevuc will draw the
Irish citizens to that suburb.
This will leave the city in the
hands of the Americans and Ger
mans, who will spend the day in
drinking the health of the Goddess
of Liberty, with their national bev
erages whisky and bcjr.
What will the American Eagle,
with one wing bathed in the At
lantic, the other touching the' Pa
cific, with his tail dipped in the Gulf
of Mexico, and his bill in the north
ern lakes, and one eye squiuting on
Omaha, think of tnis indifference
to the nation's natal day?
Vobla ia Sioux City.
Special to the Bee.
Sioux City, June 17.
Mr. John Noble arrived here
Monday evening, all safe and sound,
with the exception of a slight attack
of home sickness.
Eight coops of pigeons left Chi
cago yesterday by express, to be
used in the tournament to-morrow.
Captain Bogardus, the cham
pion shot of America, arrived here
3'esterday, to take part in the
Mr. George Hoagland, one of
Omaha's best shots, yesterday killed
42 pigeons out of 50, double rise.
Wo understand that Capt Bogardus
offers to waer $30 that he can kill
38 birds out of 50, double rise, and
that no other man can do it
Shooting begins promptly at 1
o'clock p. si. to-day.
Entrie for to-morrow close at 8
o'clock to-night, at the office of W.
H. S. Hughes, Secretary of the
The Siwrtsmen's Club have
made arrangements with G. W.
Homan, Jr., to have as many bus
ses as necessary leave the Graud'
Central Hotel for the Driving Park
at 12 o'clock M. aud 3 p. it. each
day of the tournament
John J. Kleinman, Price, Wil
cox, and other noted shots from
Chicago, arrived here last night
Of Linen Suits, also single coats,
pants and vests, sold very low, at
M. Hkj.t.max A Co.
A most superb line of White Mar
salles, and Duck, at J. H. Stein.
June 15 in, w, f
100 boxes oranges and lemons
just received and for sale at Eastern
prices, wholesale only.
JelG-it Clark, Pabsons & Co.
Parties desiring to rent a stand
for refreshment purposes, on the
grounds hired by the Grangers for
their celebration, can do so by pay
Jng$20to S. J. Cutlsb,
Treasurer of Council.
Omaha, Neb. June 16-2t I
The J Mlharmonic Society.
BY OUB MUSICAL CRITIC.
The annual meeting of this soci
ety takes place this evening, at
Meyer's Hall, at half-past seven, at
which time the election of officers
to serve the ensuing year will also
be held. We trust that on this oc
casion a full attendance of both the
active and subscribing members of
the society may be depended upon,
for whilst we have been compelled
on several occasions, in the dis
charge of our duty as a public journ-
alist to animadvert upon the per
formances given by this body, we
utterly disclaim, in the performance
of that ungrateful task, any person
al or unfriendly feelings toward it
On the contrary, we shall, in the
future, as we think we have endeav
ed to do In the past, contribute our
share toward the support and
maintainance, upon a proper
basis, of any musical enterprise in
our midst The fact is patent to all,
that notwithstanding a liberal sub
scription and enthusiastic support
on the part of the public, the first
season of the Philharmonic closed
ingloriously, and with the expres
sion of a feeling that the Society
had not done so well as it might
have done, had wiser and more
practical counsels prevailed; in fact
that there was some radical defect
in the management as to the selec
tion of pieces to be presented to the
public, which called for a change, in
many respects, to enable our "Phil
harmonic" to rank favorably with
similar organizations in neighbor
ing States. Prominent, amongst
other objections, is the one, that a
preponderance of instrumental
music has been produced at each
concert given in the first series. To
many professionals and others who
have the means and time
to cultivate and improve
their taste for that branch
of art, this argument would seem
almost frivolous, whilst to the mass
of patrons of the Philharmonic So
ciety of Omaha, whose musical ex
perience Is not so extended and
whose taste requires moulding and
direction, the obstacle is insupera
ble. A compromise in this respect
may be easily effected without
trenching upon the rights of either
class of the lovers of music, and
probably no more fitting time to In
augurate a new reign of harmony
than at the meeting this evening.
We have always had the habit of
calling things by their proper name.
If a picture is unqualifiedly bad, we
call it a daub, and not the finished
production of a master; if a con
certed piece of music, deserving of
a better fate, is rendered In a care
less, slovenly manner, we say so, in
plain words, and cannot, with any
conscience, dignify it even with lip
The two columns of juvenile
twaddle which appeared in the Jie
puUican a few days ago as a criti
cism of the last concert of the Phil
harmonic Society, in our opinion
was as insulting to the ladies and
gentlemen who participated in it as
it was to the good sense of the large
audience who listened and ap
plauded. We cannot subscribe,
herefore, to that obliquity of both
sight and hearing, which claims
for a deplorable fiasco, the verdict
of a brilliant success.
There is unquestionably in this
city abundant material for the suc
cessful operation of a good musical
society, and we can see no sound
reason why the interests of such an
organization, conducted on con
servative principles, should either
languish or be allowed to expire
within the limit of one short year.
We behave that the meeting this
evening Meyer's Hall will show
by its action, that our Philharmonic
Society is not composed of that ma
terial which requires any given
quantity of stick candy to sooth its
lacerated feelings; but will go to
work in good earnest aud by its
proficiency as a musical society
places itself at the head of that
"band of brothers whose humaniz
ing influence is felt and acknowl
edged throughout the civilized
Xn. Jarley'i Wax-Works.
The distinguished Mrs. Jarley
proposes to display her world-renowned
collection of wax-figures
"as large as life and twice as natu
ral," at the Academy of Music, on
Friday evening next The collec
tion comprises life-like pictures of
all the distinguished men and
women of ancient and modern time,
ail wearing their best clothes, aud
with their most amiable or villain
ous expressions, according to their
historical characters. All lovers of
Dickens will be pleased to see the
old lady whom he has made famous
tho wonderful figures and Little
Nell and her grandfather. Scats
can be reserved atC. F. Catlin's, on
and after Thursday morning with
out extra charge. June 17 2t
Call at W. M. Francis' law of
fice, in Creighton Block, if you wish
to procure Pensions, Bounties,
Patents, or Lands from the U. S.
W. M. Fkancis makes a specialty
of attending to Land, Tax, ami
Corporation cases. Fees contin
gent on success. jel7t2
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
done inrthe neatestnnanner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet Farnham and Douglas.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street,
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR, none
grocer In the cily -will keep it
A most superb line of White Mar
swilles and Duck, at
JeI5-eod3t J. H. Stein.
Hon- Q. 1- lake, Jmdgt.
Omaha, June 16.
In the case against Cronln, the
jury, after being confined to their
room during the night were brought
into court, aud being unable to
agree, were discharged, and the
case continued till the next term.
Cronin gave bail In the sum of
$1 ,000 for his appearance.
State vs Edward Davis and Ed
ward Dawsher, for cutting trees off
the land or ii. W. Bmiin. itum.
and defendant acquittea.
Oiaie vs AUUiuava aicxaiucj .
and defendant convicted or peut
State vs Owen D. Prentice, for
stealing a coat. Defendant, when
the case was called for trial, with
drew his former plea of guilty of
Nebraska City National Bank vs
Wesley Connor. Judgment for
In the matter of delinquent taxes,
the prosecution was dismissed as to
the delinquent city taxes on the
property of Wm. Gaslin, Jr.
Adjourned till nine o'clock in
Boas of Toil
Judge Dudley and Gen. Strick
land, noble representatives of the
Sons of Toil, and grand bouncers of
the order of "The Co-operative Un
ion of tho Industrial Classes," left
yesterday for Bellevue to bam
boozle eighty-four Bellevuites by
forming a Union. A Bee reporter
had a short interview with the silver-voiced
Silas before he left, as
Heporler How much do you tax
the co-operatives for initiation ?
Sfrc Three dollars per head.
.Reporter Well, that's pretty
good $252 for a day's work. What
do you do with the money?
iSfric We jacket it; that is, uv
coorse, to pay the running expenses
of the machine. Why it's good
thing for Omaha ; it's like a lottery,
as it brings money here.
The General; gave the reporter to
understand that he was "grand lec
turer" for theState at $10.00 a day
when he works. If this be true,
we think that this furnishes an ex
planation why the silver-toned Silas
can afford to spend so much time
with the co-operative scheme.
The fair and festival for the Ger
man Catholic school has been post
poned until further notice. J162t
CHOICE BUTTER, 20 cents per
pound; FRESH EGGS, 15 cents
S17-2t A. H. Gladstone & Co.
The annual meeting of the Phil
harmonic Society will take place at
Meyer's Hall this evening, at 8
o'clock. All active and subscribing
members are requested to attend.
The Board of Directors will meet
at 7:30 o'clock.
A. T. McMillan,
Junel3Q , Secretary.
Saloon for sale or rent, cheap.
Inquire at the Bee office.
Geo. H. Peterson, tho pioneer
cigar manufacturer, keeps con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars, and; also Lone
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
211 Douglas streat '
OUR STOCK in Straw Hats
and Summer Caps we will close out
at astonishing low prices.
M. Hellxan & Co.
June 10 cod July 1
Generalities arc good to advertise,
but no one gives you prices that
are below those of JOHNSON fc
Co. Nobody's wholesale prices at
retail; or wholesale per cents off,
are any lower on first-class goods,
than can be found at 260 Dodge
street, Doolittle's old stand; now
JJSO. S. JOHNSON & Co.
PLEASE CALL AND EXAM
We are selling off our extensive
Btock of clothing and furnishing
good-, at lower prices than ever.
M; Hellman 6c Co.,
Cor. Farnham and 13th St
Type For Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type.
which this ia a sample, weighing 600
lbs. This type has been in use on
the I) lily Bee less than one year,
and ia nearly as good as new.
For terms Ac, address
m f. Publisher of the Bee.
1?or Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V. Burkley.
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR,
The Premium Flour of Nebraska.
Little & Wixjjams,
jel51ra t Douglas St
CISTERN BUILDING and
Also cleaning ahd repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no
charge. - R. C. Pbyor,
Diamond Saloon, Harney, between
13th and 14th streets. Sel5-lw
' All good housekeepers should use
8NOW FLAKE, all who use it
pronounce it the best June 15 lm
FIRE WORKS and fine BUNT
ING FLAGS, 10x15 feet, selling at
very lot figures at
L. V. Morse's,
juncl5-4t 272 Dodge St
LIGHT CASSIMERE SUITS
Made up in the
At Greatly Reduced Fiqcbes !
junelO-eodtt M. Hellman & Co.
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.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
WEBBER & BEHM?S,
CORNER DOUGLAS AND THIRTEENTH
I 0, 0 0 0 FAIS8I
To bs Sold at Prices that Have
Sever Been Equalled In
Can Buy Then Cheaper
Than Ever Before.
Men's Boots from - $2
Men's Congress, - - 1
Men's Shoes, calf bals, 1
Ladles' leather boots, 1
Ladies' cloth bals, - 1
Slippers, very nice, - 1
Misses' cloth boots, - 1
Misses' leather boots 1
00 to $5 00
90 to 2 50
25 to 3 00
25 to 2 50
00 to 2 15
50 fo 2 00
00 to 1 75
25 to 2 00
Also, ajull line of. children' a shoes
at prices that are bound to sell
This is not slop work, but our reg
ular stock, manufactured for our
custom trade, and every pair war
ranted. Call soon and secure bargains.
NOT1CK. AdTerusnnents of To Let, For
Sale, Loet, Wants. Found, Boarding, c.,iil
be luserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line: each subsequent insertion,
FIVECEF1S per line, llie first insertion
nerer less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
WANTED A good german girl to go Int.
the country. Apply at S3) Farnham St.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN On Sunday
ereulng, June 11th , a Urge Brown Horse,
with white lace aud thr e white feet ; had a
leather halter on. The fin Jer will please return
him to Brewer and VeuiU' Brewery, on Cthst.,
awl t rewarded. - jelStf.
Heat and Pastry Cook
Address D. W
STOBAGE AND COMMISSION HOUSE!
Liberal advances made on consignments,
and aU rlian of goods a tor d at the lowest rates.
jdfr)6t B. BEUBINS.2S1 Douglas St.
WILL SELL SECOND-HAND Carriages,
and one Hearse. cheaD for cash or trade, as
need the room for new ones.
Je'Wtr. Q. W. HOMAN.
jOK BALE A biulness house and W of a
I1 lot, at the O. A N. W. Depot, at a bargain;
or Twill rent to a good business man.
JelStf C. P. BOCKBUD.
IJtOU KENT Furnished or unlurnlshed, the
C residence of Mr. II. E. Brown, corner ot
Farnham and 18th. streets. The house has
nine rooms, cellar and cistern, and well ; and
there is a fine stable on the premises. Tie lot
is fall size and well shaded. Must be rented
by the first of next month. Inquire at the
houv. MBS. H. E. BROWN.
WANTED Furnished room, with board,
by a young man. Address
jelltf J., Bee Office..
GtlBL WANTED-To do general house-work
r in a small family. Apply at COZZEN'S
HOUSE, 9th street.,
T?OB SALE Two good breaking teams.
quire at IC9 15th and Doaglas streets.
C Celebrated Pea-nut Roasters ; also one Lung
Tester. Inquire at MEBBITTS Restaurant.
rnO BENT A furnished room ; withorwlth
X out board ; room suitable for gentleman
and wife, or two single genUcniea. Inquire
at 161 Jackson street. jeStf
F)B SALE-160 acres of Und. being the NE
lioluxlS, in township 13,Nof R 4 E. in
the SE part of Buttler county, 30 miles North
west of Lincoln. A well Improved farm adjoins
it on the west, and country all aiound it is
thickly aetUed: Will sell for (500, one half
down, balance in one year, or S3 00 per acre in
cash, or wiU trade for city property. Apply to
DEblBABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and several vacant lots, and farm Unds
fur sale ; also houses and offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joh E. Kmxby,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon's oOce,
RoomNo. 3, Creighton block. mvlSif
riEOST PARLOR FOR RENT Apply
a. iravenponsi uei xain ana lain sis,
r THE PUBLIC The "undersigned has
purctased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, some of the finest carriages
etermanufactured in this country. They wuTbe
run to andlroin the depots, hotels and private
residences. All orda a left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable,' near a e cor of Eleventh
at and Capital Avenue, will be prompUy at
tended to. A share of the public patronage ia
respectfully solicited. JOHN ETbULU
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc., immediately, at
the employment utflco.room 9Visscher'shIock.
ANTED A cneap larui in ezenange for
merchandise. Addresa, Farmer, Bax
TOR SALE OB RENT No. 35 Chicago at
U Apply to
RABBIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
a Oil Mill.
The subscrilier la prepared to do all kinds
of Bridging, (lUilway or Highway). Pile Driv
ing and Heavy Framing of any description,
(Span bridges a specialty), will furnish material
and complete the aame on the shortest possible
notice. Plsns and specifications lurnished.
Ord.rs solicited. County Clerks and others
will confer a favor by sending notice of lettings
to WILLIAM BOYD,
jel7w6m 371 Paul Street, Omaha.
THE COMING STRUGGLE.
The voters of our nation.
As ne'er waa known before.
Are ris'ng from Pacific's strand
To Atlsqtlc'a rocgy shore.
Why Is th s mighty chaqgeT
What cn the meaning be 7
The rising of the nwes
From northern lake to southern sea.
The spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' graea
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood,
bbouldiink to that of slaves; -The
motto which our coins once bore,
.Though obsolete long since.
Remain aa ever true : net one cent for tribute,
But millions for defense.
Fat ty ties and party Uws
Are bat as ropes of sanJ. v
The right' of mm to b a man
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shall our Flag more proudly float
O'er land aa well as sex,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly greet
The emblem of tie free.
In trade we'll try to Aral,
As man should deal with man.
And wh'Ie we seek to live oarse'ves,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can,
And if a hat you need.
Or Men I you chance tn meet,
Remember Bu nee, the Hatter,
On Upper Douglas Street.
OF THE FINEST
Elkhorn Valley Lands !
FOR SALE BT
THESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the
FINEST in the STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2,50 to $5.00 PER ACRE I
Fer Cask er ra lest; Tlaae.
JSTLAND EXPLORING 1 ICK
ETS or sale at O. 4 N. W, De.
pot, bearing coupons which; will
be taken at fall cost in payment
The Bee Job Printing House
EXECUTES AIL EI5DS OF
BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING
VERY BEST STYLE,
AND AT TUK
Lowest Cash Prices.
Competent workmen are
impetont workmen are in charge of the
ral departments, and FIRST-CLASS work
will be turned out in either
English, German, Bohemian,
or Danish Languages.
T Orders may be left at the BEE Count
Ing R om Or forwarded by mall and will
receive prompt attention.
N OLD PHYSICIAN ONCE SAID THAT
nearly all diseases originated from a dis-
eased condition of the liver, and this statement
iatnip. although at first a mar seeui like an ex
eggcratlon. When the liver is out of ordar the
whole system aud eery organ and function
Buffer more or less In consequence. In the in
cipient stages of the dUease a man
Does not know what ails him,
He is moody, restless and despondent ; and
that it the time to take a simple remedy that
will restore him to health
In a Single Day,
and prevent a whole train of diseases that may
MOTTS LIVER PILLS cure torpidity of the
MOTTS LIVER PILLS give tone to the stom
ach. MOOTS LTVER PILLS cleanse the system of
MOTTS LIVER PILLS drive out febrile afiec-
MOTTS LIVER PILLS strengthen the whole
MOTT'S LIVER PILLS regulate' the liver,
and are morereliableasa liver medicine than
any of the mineral preparations that do more
harm than good.
aWFor sale by all Druggists. Price 25c p?r box.
JOHN F. HENRY? CURBAN. A CO.,
8 and 9 College Place, New York.
GKEO. W. ELKINS,
1916 & 1918 Mai ket St,
G-rain, Flour, Seeds.
Enscialttea t Bwlav, Malt Heps.
pNERGEaC AND RELIABLE CANVASS
11 ers wanted in every County in the State
GOOD MONEY IN IT. Addritw JAMrS
SMITH, fare of Bke office.
STEAM ENGINE CO!
(Successors to Hall Bros.)
Mining eft Mill
And all kinds of
Corner 2?icholas & Wh Streets,
To all Whom It May Concern .
rrUKB NOTICE That on the 2d day of July
X. 1374, at 2 o'clock, p.m., I will soil at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, for cash at
the residence of Michael Sautter, one fourth of
a mile southwest of John Green's stone quarry,
the following described property, to wit: One
roan cow, one red steer, with white spot in the
lace. The aame having lieen taken up as es
trars by aaid Michael hautt r.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha, Neb., June 1, 1871. . jeldlt w St.
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue of the terms and conditions of a
certain Chattel Mortgage, executed unto
by Thomas Salter; and wherein I ani, upon
the non-fulnllni-ut of the conditions and
covenants therein set forth, empowered to
make peremptory sale of those certain goods
and chattels therein mentioned or enumerated,
I wiU on Wednesday, July the Jst, at 10 o'clock,
a. m . at the auction rooms of Orav A Alton nn
a. m , at the auction rooms of Ui
Douglas street, In the c'ty of
public auction, to the highest t
lowing described i ersonal prope:
umaua, sen at
bidder, the foi-
One counter, one ice box. two side-board.
one stove, two table, and all the saloon fix
tures, glassware, and stock contained in tht
certain saloon, formerly owned by Thomas
Salter, and situated in the west room of the
old I'ouglas House, on Uaincy street, ia the
city of Omaha,
Dated this 3d day of June, 1874.
e9Jltw2t M. J. McKEIXIGON.
William Sexauer, vs- Chas. Beulberg, Deft.
Before Enoch Ueuney, Justice of the Peace,
Douglas County, Nebraska,
io sun ve.anant :
Take notice that on
the 12th day- of -Mar,
18T4. aafcl Justice Issued an nnlpr of .it.i
meat in the abore action, for th sum nf i.n ui
You are required to apptcr and answer on the
aut oay oi june, inn.
In the matter of the estate of Patrick ConnelJ.
Notice Is hereby giren, lhat the creditors. of
said deceased, will meet th Adrninis'ratrix of
said ,eUte, before me, Probate Judge of
DougUs County, Uebraska, at the Courtfiouse
In said County, on the 18th day of July.' 1S74.
on the 19th day of September, 1871, and on the
llth day of Norember, 1374, at 10 o'clock,', x.
each day, for the purpose of presenting their
claims for examination, adjustment asd allow
ance. 8Ix months are allowed for creditors to
?r?,?t, L e1. ot oue year lor the
Dated Hay lth, A. D., 1 S74. '
WM. L. PEABODY.
J17t Probate Judge.
Edward Rosewater, Plaintiff; m. J. a
Company. Defendants. Before Euocl
ner. Justice of the Pes. nDi rr,.
Nebraska; " '
To Said Defendant: ;
mAKE NOTICE that on the 17th day of if a T
1 1874. said Justice Issued MoritlJt
attachment ia the abore action. lor the suaVol
.JZ.UV1 ,u ,'inlrad to answer
on tbv 10th day of July, 1874, at dock. a. m.
Omaha, Neb , Jnne Sth 1874. -. PUInUt
iunetdltwSt ; ""
Omaha, and oat-half aaile west of the Barracks,
on red and whit heater, .bout two .year. oldT
5 iSw.B'r "WHS" uka " I reclaim
Kid heifer or it win be sold accordina to law.
riwaw d. p. BEDXOND.
CABFENTEB ADD BULLTSB,
336 FARNHAM STREET.
13th St, ket. Farabaa aad Harney.
All kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING and
REPAIRING done at reasonable rataa
St . Mtli IMh
BISBBBBBBBBBBBB1 I' JSBsl
MACISTKR OF fUE BEPAHTKD.
He. 498 10ta EL, between Faralam & Harney.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obtain
or any one view ol the past, present and fu
ture. No fees charged in cases of sickness,
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Fataat Wheals, Fisuhed Geirinj, 4c
Axles, Spriagp and Thimble Skeins
Carriages, Hacks aa Buggies.
Statdebaeker Wagaa Depot.
All persons owning stock. Including cattle,
horses, sheep, goats, swine, Ac, also dogs, will
please take notice that on and after Mooday
the 15th day of June, 1S74, I shall b obliged
In conformity to the city ordinances to tike up
all such 3 ock and dogs tunning at large be
tween the Missouri river and 21th strtet, and
between Pacific and Grace streets, and pnt
them in the Pound at the Estabrook Stable, on
Capitol Avenue, between 9th and 10th stre-U ;
said Stable having been by me designated as
the City Pound for the city of Omaha.
Jell 5t Poundmaster.
Between 9th and 10th.
CH ABUES FODEBMAN, Prop.
VAN BORN'S MACIUNE
AU kinds of light and heavy
MACHINERY MADE k REPAIRED.
WSAU Work Guaranteed.-
266 HABHET STREET, OMAHA,
U. GBKBC C. J. KAEBACU.
(JREItE k KARBACII,
ISth st. Letwecn Farnham and arncy sts.
OilAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES AKB CAUIU t,GK8.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
PABTICUHB ATTENTION PAID TO
TJrBepa'ring of wagons and blacksmithing
prompllr done at reasonable prices mydJkw6m
F. A. PETERS.
JSaddleajid, Harness Maker,
Anil UAKKl.lUtt 'IKIJ1MKK,
9. STL Parakaiu .,. istts fc ICtb.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guarranued-3-Cash
paid for hides. sC9vl
C. r. KAMA1T1T,
171 Cor. Virnham aud Klevtulli SU.
AU kinds of TAILOltfNU, (leaning and re
p Urine done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
r'UBNISHING OuDS loustanlly on hand
and sold cheap. -tec2Gtf
STODpABD . lUJULtfUT,
Market Gardners !
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES AND
plants, lor sale. Orders addressed to us
at oar garden
Cor. 21st ud Paul Streets,
will receive prompt attention. apl5d3m
E. F. COOK.
537 14th 8t, bstwMs Dcnglu ani Dodga
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper andSheet Iron
W.re, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japannod and French Ware on
hand. Tin Koollu, flutters and gpoullngand
JooWork done and warranted. tehil
IB 3 3STT. JO. 4TO 3ST3QO
-UXf S-1CTUHW OF AXD DfcULXK IX-
Lsuubroqulns r.nd TYimliw Skades,
CIIR0M0K, EXUKAYIXUS AND
170 Farnham atrert. corner Fifteenth
AT S. T. VUICdS' YAI'.D. CORNER OF
14th aiil Uilrao Streets. V,(A Hani
Wood7 00;.Sot J UI. S ore Woo-I 10 sell
any number o store Tery clu ap. :U
S5 to $20
ing people1 oi either
PKB DAY. Agents want
ed. All cIospcs of work
ing people1 oi either scar, young or old, make
more raouey at won for us in thrir spire mo
menta or 11 th" tlmr, than a: anything else.
Address STINSOX A Co.. I'orUauil. Mains'
I.. W. JONES
631 amd 833 IStk street.
Opposite the Post Office.
. Bird Cages.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I WILL 50TBS DERS0LD!
i Imparl td asMl BwtBCsUe Cigars
13 AGENT FOE
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
OHVC A3LA., !$-&&.,
538 and 540 Pourteeatli Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN fc GALLAGER.
-SUCCESSORS TO CBEIGHTON AND MORGAN
No. 205 Farnham Street
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN & CO.
XTo. 247 Douglas Street,
Kurtz IfloHR (Jo
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GL0YES anOOTIOKS.
231 Farnham Street,
OllLAECA.. - - - ISTIEB.
. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GObife.
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK, f
THBEXIIItnc lliuvvoririiii nn..
S4A-nm,d1.. ffi"?S -LV. ffttr
w.w.s, wk., wotuM, cneDrajUKe.
GEO. A. HOAGLAND.
COR. OF DOUGLAS AND 6THSTS., U. P. R. R. TRACK.
PUNDT, METER fc RAAPKE,
Teas, Spices, Tobaoco and Cigars.
212 Farnham Street,
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
FLueOIJKL'itluckjJWhLskle-iaail Imported liood a Specially.
.239 DOUGLAS BrP,
.A.. E. SIMPSO 2sT.
SIANUFACrUUER AND WHOLESALE '
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
532 :fi:ft:ee2tt:ec st.,
2Q1CE& and TAB3LB Z2T ITZBHASZiL
TheBurlinttonanl Mission RiYerRillr.jil C..oS-r bst tan'sst low prie on 10 years
croditat6percent-lnrest, ami wi habnu preulunof 20 percent, on the amount of tba)
purchase, If iulf th Unl is eulllrited, within twu years from Jale of purchase.
LARGE DEDTJCI0X3 FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, :Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys "
TheB,M.B.-R.(.wU!MarwlT.00O0OOwP'1IM la -
aell watered country, at Irani Jlft to J7 W par -" long credit.
South of he Pfatte
moujrVpubUesaiVly. Fardrcjlirs an 1 fall inforsutioa apply to
C. K. SCilALLER, Agent B. & M. Land Office,
Cor ef Math aaa Fu-aaaa SU., ,
Or iitmtrA Laa4 Deairlauati UinIi, N
EATB eft BaAJftTSXtf.
WHOLESALE DEAIXBS IN AIL aUNDS OF
O I Or -A. &j S!
AND DEALERS IN
Pipes, Tobaccos. Zto.
Tb atten loa of dealers It called to the fact that We
are prepared to HBEL oar goods wl a their NAM
as manuf.ctuerd expmaly for them.
May rf-d lm.
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THE DUP05T POWDER CO.
Boots and Shoes.
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