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THE OMAHA BEE
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1S74.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA DAILI
It served to sunscnoeTa nj ciicj, " "j
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riably in advance:
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LARGEST circulation In the city, and is,
herefore, tbe beat and cheapeat advertising
Kates o ADVsatTisiKO. Local notices, 25
cent per line; local advertisements, 20
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lUUExpreM 8:15 A.mT 2:15 P.M.
Sally except Sundays.
Oanlbuaea and Baggage Warart leave the
olcc, corner Faraham and Ninth atreeU, fll
ccn mlnuUi In advance or tfcc above Iiailroad
of Ma lis in
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Chicago and all Eastern cilira, Nebraska
Cllr. PlatUmouth, Council Bludsand Burling
tori,aueatl030a.m.,closcsat4jaa. m. and
l:i5 p. ro.
Rt. Louis and SL Joseph, due at 10-00 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; closes at 1:15 p. tn. and -J.30 a. m.
Ufflce open bundays from 12 to 1 p. m.
t K. YOST. I'ostraastcr.
TOADVKKriaiCKS aae C1UCII-t.H'a-IOa
r the DAILY DKK la more
skasa sfoHble tlmt or mBTolher dally
sssajerpubllslled In Krbrmska.
Peycke's llestaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Furnham street, between
Twelfth a.ndjThirteenth. Xeb24tf
The examination in German in
the High School will take place on
A party of eleven German im
migrants arrived in this city yester
day bound for West Point.
At the meeting of the Philhar
monics, General Perry was elected
as one of tho directors.
Mr. Thrall, landlord of the
Grand Central, has. had iitted up in
very neat style a private oflice at
the cast entrance of the hotel.
Marshal Snowden says that he
was not invited to state his objec
tions to any of the police appoint
ments, the Bee to the contrary not
withstanding. The Omaha Bushier College,
Prof. G. B. Kathbun, principal, will,
in about two weeks, occupy quarters
in Bedick's Opera House, apart
ments in which are being especially
fitted up for it by the owner, Mr.
The exhibition of Mrs. Jarley's
wax figures, at the Academy of
Music Friday evening,for the benefit
of St. Barnabas Church, was a very
creditable and entertaining affair,
and was enjoyed by the large audi
Colonel Noteware, State Suixt
intendeut of Immigration, exhibited
Saturday at his office some immense
strawberries a samples of what
Howard County can do in this line.
They were grown by Captain J. A.
Force, of St Paul, from plants of
one year's setting.
Miss Nellie Conwell, the teach
er of the Dodge street school which
closed on "Wednesday, was happily
who, in a body, called upon her at
Mrs. Nightingale's residence on
Davenport street, anil made her
several presents as tokens of their
affection for her. A pleasant time
was had, and the little folks went
Policemen Byrne and Mans
field, having had several charges
made against them by some of the
papers of the city, caused an inves
tigation to be had at the Police
Court. They appeared and answer
ed to the complaint made out against
them, and several witness were ex
amined. Nothing very strong was
proven against them, and what was
produced they explained, or at
tempted to explain. As it was, the
investigation could have terminated
Jn no other way than as a farce,
from the manner in which it was
brought about and conducted.
p. k. a. x.
Type For Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Tyj, of
which this is a sample, weighing COO
lbs. This type has been in use on
tho Daily Bee less than one year,
aad is nearl as good as new.
For term Ac, address
0 f. Publisher of the Bee. t
D. B. Quinlau, traveling agent
of the C. B. & Q-, returned from
the South last night.
Col. J. T. K. Hayward, formerly
superintendent of the Hannibal &
St. Joe Railway, is at the Grand
Col. C. W. Crocker and wife, of
San Franciaco, are at the Wyoming
T. Shortell, traveling agent of
the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, is at
Hugh Riddle, Vice President and
General Superintendent of the
Chicago & Rock Island railroad,
and other officers of the road arriv
ed in Omaha Saturday morning in a
siecial car from the East. They
are here on railroad business. They
sjent considerable time in viewing
the new deimt, and in getting in
formation as to how large it will
be when completed.
The following are the arrivals at
Mrs OF Hammond and two chil
dren, Boston; N J Miller, Des
Moine; Col C W Crocker and wife,
San Francisco; J McHugh, Bangor,
Me; Charles Ellsworth, Sidney,
Iowa; J II Brooks, Denver; D H
Ewing, Grand Island; A S Wlnt
more, Cleveland; MACushingand
wife, Chicago; J B Snyder, Ithica,
N Y; O Peck, do; W C Jerome city;
HE Johnson, do; Charles Jordon,
do; F C Gentseh, Ogden.
KUHIi At 8 p. m., Friday, June
19, 1874, of typhoid pneumonia,
Charlotte, wife of Henry Kuhl,
aged 30 years and five months.
The funeral will take place Sunday
at'4 p. m., from the residence, 237
Howard street, between Fifteenth
and Sixteenth streets.
Hon. G. B. Lake, Judge.
Omaha, June 19.
Merricle vs Carey. Leave to file
petition extended ten days.
Smith, et al vs ranee
State vs Cummings, Conner,
Baggs, Marks and Doc. Nolle pros
State vs Kceler. Same order.
State vs Christman. Same order.
State vs Nellie Kathbut. For
stabbing James Norton, Tried aim
State vs John Cummings and
Frank Harris, for burglary. Tried
and defendants convicted.
Adjourned till 9 in the morning.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Grand Celebration of the Patrons
of Husbandry at the Elkhorn River
A large excursion party going
from Omaha. Fare One Dollar for
the round trip.
Muslo by Hie Military Band.
Hon. G. M. Crawford, and Major
J. W. Davis, orators of the day.
Everybody invited to participate.
Editok Omaha Bee:
The final arrangements for the
Gran-'cro' Celebration Basket Pic
nic, were made dt adjourned
meeting of the Council, held ai
lard, Saturday, June 13, 1S74, II. M.
Coffin the chain
Different committees reported
and reports accepted. A general in
vitation was extended to all desiring
to celebrate to Ik? present.
S. J. Cutler was elected treasuicr
and was authorized to let stands for
Wm. Turner, Grand Marshal of
the day, retried that he had
selected the following persons as
Joel T. Griffin, of Douglas coun
ty, Central Grange No. 419.
P. II. Kean, of Waterloo Grange
V. H. Thomas, of Valley Grange
S. J. Cutler, of Commercial
Grange No. 224.
Daniel Clifton, of Iron Bluffs
John Rush, of Dryden Grange.
F. Stabrei, of Wiliard Grange No.
H. J. I.ueax, of Co-operative
Union; with tlnir lady assistants.
Brother Dudl.-y, Rust and Cutler
were appointed a committee on
programme, to be issued at an early
day as possible, and be published in
Omaha and Fremont papers.
Council adjourned to meet on the
grounds of the celebration, July 4th,
at 10 a. in.
AH societies and unions that in
tend taking part in the celebration
of the Granuers, are requested to
II. M Gorr, Cli'n of Council,
Or S. J. Citi.kh, Sec'y.
Omaha, June 18, '74.
SALE Ofr STOCK OF GOODS.
Proposals will be received per P.
O., lock Imx 497, until Wednesday,
June 24th, for the purchase of tho
entire stock of dry goods of the
New York Dry Goods Store, lately
belonging to Weir.stein fc KolN. If
no satisfactory offer be made hj- the
above date, I shall proceed to sell
Uie alwve stock at auction, com
mencing June 29th, 1S74, at nine
o'clock, a. m., and be continued
from day ti day, until the entire
stock is sol,!.
ton Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire Of V. BUKKLEV.
Saloon for &aio or rent, cheap.
Inquire at the Bee office.
and selling rapidly, the finest as
sortment of neckties, collars and
cufls. J. II. Steix.
SNOW FLAKE FLO UK,
The Premium Flour of Nebraska.
Little & Williams,
jeI51m Douglas St.
"AND WE SHALL ALL HAVE
Gen. Strickland Comes to theBes-
cue of the Oppressed Indus-
He Draws a Sad Picture of the
Degeneracy of Modern
What we may Expect if his Pro
gramme is Carried Out.
An enthusiastic meeting of the
Omaha council of "The Protectors of
Industry,"was held Friday evening
at the headquarters of the Sons of
Toil, over Captain Lee's saloon.
Capt. Lee, President of the lodge,
filled the chair, and presided with
his usual dignity over the delibera
tions of the toilers. After prayer
by Uie chaplain and the usual open
ing ceremonies according to the
beautiful ritual of the organization,
some unimportant business was
transacted. Speech-making wa
then in order. Several of the small
er guns shot off their mouths, when
the monotony caused by their common-place
remarks was relieved by
a unanimous request, expressed in
vociferous calls, for that 2S0-iouud-er,
General Silas A. Strickland, to
sound his loud bazoo.
'Striek!" "Strick!!" "Strick!!!"
"Speech!" "Givo us a good one!"
"Loom up! for the love of the Co
ops!" "Get up and shout!" were the
cries that resounded from all quar
ters of the room, playing a most
agreeable potpourri upon the drum
of Strick's ear. The silver-toned
Silas could mt resist this tempta-
tion, and he yielded, although ap
pearing reluctant to do so, to the
general request of his industrial
constituents. Deliberately rising
from his seat, he struck an imposing
attitude, resting, as it were, grace
fully upon his iedestal plantations.
His face was radiant with an ex
pression of satisfaction, which gave
to his countenanoo a strong resem
blance to the full moon or a photo
graph of the jolly Punoh. The grand
lecturer, who spouts for ten dollars
a days if he can get it was in his
element. He was happy.
His remarks on this proud occas
sion, which we with pleasure pub
lish to-day, are said to have been
somewhat us follows :
Most Wokshuted President,
Brothers axii Sisters : I thank
you for the proud honor you have
conferred innm me in calling upon
me to address you this evening. At
first I was too full for utterance,
which fact explains my little delay
to collect my scattered thoughts, be
fore answering your invitation. Too
full for utterance, did I say ? Nay,
not now. I find that I have much
to say to you. Never in my event
ful carppr jiave I felt more sanguine
of the success of our great cause
than I am to-day. I feel it in tle air
that wc shall all have glory.
Our noble institution is founded
upon eternal principles. When we
rcllect that It required a most patri-
otiC jrlflce 111 llU'll like my horny
fisted brothers, Dr. Hnrrbon John
son, our grand national preside!1!
and Judge Dudley, our grand na
tional secretary, and myself, your
humble servant, to abandon their
industrial avocations 'a voice
"seven-up and sieh" and throw
down the (ace of) spades, and other
implements of industry (another
voice "the dice-box and lager-beer
glasses to devote their entire ener
gies to the advocacy of this noble
cause of labor, then am I assured of
our success, and the near approach
of the day when we shall all have
When I rcllect that men w horn I
see around me here to the right
my brothers John Smiley, Justice
J. P. Bartlettand that great ex
plorer, Luther Poland, have de
serted their favorite haunts, the
principal one being the Elysian
Garden, to become members of this
noble order I am convinced that
this uprising among the working
men means death to corruption and
political bummerism, and then wc
Again, sisters and brothers, when
I look over to tho left, and cast
1113 optics on such men as James
M. Pattee, Ijams, Pratt, H. B.
Meyrs, A. P. Cunningham and doz
ens of others, who have, with me,
labored so earnesth to build up and
support home industries distiller
ies, breweries and other industrial
institutions I say 11 must lie some
thing extraordinary that will unite
all these highly respected brothers
of society lovingly together in one
couin'on cause, by which we shall
all have glory.
Some of the newly initiated broth
ers and sisters, nre not probably
familiar with the grievances and
issues that havo brought us to
gether, and I want to address my
self especially to them In a fow
words. I want Uiem to look back
through the history of this State,
and become acquainted with the
disgraceful and deplorable conduct
of our public men, from constable
up to governor, and from governor
to United States Senator. Every
thing reeks with fraud and corrup
tion. The air is impregnated with
it the woods are full of it. Our
great legislators have piled up the
taxes mountain high to support
penitentiary rings, and the political
hummers who train with them.
Our governors have endorsed lotter
ies, and encouraged pardon brok
ers, and have set at liberty -vile
abortionists, and other criminals, to
again prey upon society. Look at
the penitentiary. That institution
has cost you a half million dollars,
and where has the money gone to ?
Why, it has been used to build up
Stout and his silent partners, the
lobbyists who manipulated the legis-
laturo. Cast your organs of vision on I
those machines of iniquity bribery,
corruption, and federal rings,
have been there, and know how it
is myself; but ice shall all have
Some of you may ask, can a man
be a United States District Attorney,
and his partner employed at the
same time for the defense? Why,
yes; even such things have been.
Was there ever a greater outrage
than this perpetrated on a civilized
community? No, never ! There is
one remedy for all this, however,
and that is to reform the public ser
vice, by sending men into office who
will not steal the country blind.
By this remedy we shall all have
Yes, put men into office who will
do something for their country, and
not go bumming around town night
and day, and swilling beer men, I
say, whoaie not familiar with tho
"On the wings of lore I fly.
From groctr ce to grosser rye;
The sun shines in the burning sky ;
Lu eliine in the grosser rye."
We want men with more brains
than gut, and then we shall have
But now let us takeauother glance
at the laboring classes, the poor far
mers and the oppressed mechanics.
Has anylMMly got any money ? Just
fling that financial conundrum at
brother Lee. Look at the receipts
of the infernal revenue, and you
will see that the whisky tax has
been materially decreased, which
shows that the country is going to
the devil. Stagnation stares us in
the face everywhere.
I have heard prominent business
men, like Mr. Chase of the Califor
nia Wine Room, declare that there
is not $50 taken in now where
hundreds were raked in last year.
Harry Clayton tells me that he
might as well shut up the
"Crystal," if business does not im
prove, and if the currency is not in
creased. The only thing that will
help him out, he intimates, would
be to rent his banking room to a
lodge of the 'Protectors of Industry,'
and have it connected with his bar
by a bottle elevator, or eNe have it
understood that the protectors must
drink at the bar upon entering and
leaving. Brothers and sisters,
rather than have our business men
resort to such dodges, e must have
more greenbacks, and then wc shall
all hate glory.
Mr. Secretary please read these
documents, containing facts and
figures on the financial condition of
the country, while I step down
stairs a minute.
The secretary begins reading as
follows: "Tho wheel of fortuue
The drawing of Pattee's Fourth
Legal EntcrprNe J. M. Pattee Tri
umphant Grand success The
Drawing Conducted by the City and
Slate ollicials-Hon. W. H. James,
Ex-Governor of Nebraska, also
Gen Silas A. StrjpHJaiid, Ex-United
SUites Attorney assist-$ioo,000 to
be distributed The prizes to be
paid in full, "&c.
The secretary read Gen. Strick
land's speech of endorsement on
that occasion, the poncluding sen
tences, jn regaid to Mr. Pattee and
his lottery, being 5
I went right along sustaining him,
because knowing his integrity, I
knew tho outcome would be just
what wu siP lierp now that his
patron- would have a fair drawing.
You may safely rely upon the fact
that ho will do just what he says.
He moans flrat of all that in con
ducting t!ie schemo, ls patrons
(the ticker holders) shall be provi
ded for; that they shall have a fair
drawing, and that the prizes shall
be faiily and honestly paUli and
that is the thing in a lottery.
"Now gentlemen, trusting that
you will havo a successful drawing
here, I hope we may meet here this
evening, and have some fun and
rejoicing, and then I shall try and
entertain you somo fifteen or twen
ty minutes with a speech."
The grand lecturer, who had ex
cused himself on account of thirst, re
turned ju-t in timotohearthesesen-
tenees. "Great God!" oxclaimed he,
in amaement,"I have given you the
wrong paper. That is an old Herald.
Here N the right paper," said he as
he handed another to the secretary
He read as follows : "Belt known
by these piesents that Silas A.Hax
land and James Strickby, doing
business under the firm name of
Strickby fe Haxland, have this day
dissolved partnership, and that
James Strickby will assume all
debts and liabilities, "
"Hold on there! Stop her!"
shouted the grand lecturer, "I've
made a mistake. That's the wrong
document again ; but It reminds me
of ulllPF days."
Feeling In his pocketfor the much
wanted iaper, and failing to find it,
ho got out of his embarrassment by
saying, "Well, never niiiid the facts
and figures. I will refer to them
from memory hereafter."
The grand lecturer then resumed
tho thpead of Ili labyrinthian ad
dress: "Mr. President : Wo all knoiy
that we nro out of money, and we
propose to get mnnpy If wp can
some by going to Congress, others to
tho legislature, and some by engag
ing in honest industrial pursuits.
But we must havo 11101103' in order
that wc all shall he enabled to have
Wc proposo to make Uncle Sam
shell out. Great things can beac-
complished with money. By means
of it, I can go to Congress, and then
wc shall all have glory.
Brother Poland shall be given an
other surveying contract. A. P.
Cunningham shall be made United
States Marshal. The Grand Island
and Niobrara Railroad shall be Elven
a fat subsidy, and Pratt shall be
made President, and wc all shall
have offices and glory.
W? have now two organs to fight
our battles. Balcombe, of the He
publican, will stand by us, and If I
go to Congress, he shall be reward
ed with Hie Winnebago Indan
agency,and the Superintendence' of
of Indian affairs; and he shall have
That d d little fool Rosewater,
who runs the insect, might have
had a soft thing for his Bee had he
joined us, but it seems that Bal-
combe had more foresight than he,
and accordingly shook hands with
us and became a son of toil. He
sees soup in the distance. It is
useless any longer to try to beat any
common sense into Rosewater's
head. He never shall have glory.
We will reconstruct the peniten
tiary in another place ; remove the
capital, thus beating Butler; and
send Dudley to the Senate, if we get
more currency, and I go to Con
gress. Then shall ive all have glory.
We must do away with all the
old political wire-pullers, bummers,
and standing candidates; take a
new deal and give the sons of toil
a chance at the spoils of oflice.
In concluding my remarks on
finance, I will say that I believe Dr.
Plummer knows more about this
question than Grant does; and I
shall, when elected to Congress,
make him Surgeon-general, so that
he can have glory.
In finishing my brief speech, I
wisli to impress upon all the fact
that our motto, as it has been in the
past thus far, should henceforward
be, "Honesty and Industry."
On motion of Mr. Lucas, seconded
by Frank Walfej, a vote of thanks
to the grand lecturer, was unani
After prayer by the chaplain, the
All good housekeepers should use
SNOW FLAKE, all who use it
pronounce it the best. June 15 lm
Saturday, June 20, 1S74.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present Commissioners McAr
dle, Knight and Red field.
Minutes of hist meeting were read
Dr. McClelland, county physician,
reported twenty paupers remaining
in the poor house.
The following changes in valua
tion of personal property so assessed
for 187o, were made to correct er
rors: Meyer & Raapke, reduced from
$0,100 to $4,000.
F. C. Festner, reduced from $1,800
Leopold Mader reduced from ?2,000
A petition by E. D. Evans ana
52 others was presented, asking for
the immediate construction of a
wagon bridge across ihe Elkhorn
River where the Platte River and
Omaha road crosses.
Specifications for grading and
improving the county road running
south from Quinn's addition to
Omaha, were adopted ami the clerk
was directed to advertise for propo
sals to be ojK'iied on the 27th inst.
for doing said work.
George Smith, Commissioner,
having examined and made favora
ble reports thereon, was directed to
survey and locate the following
1st. One petitioned for by S. C.
Brewster aiu oUiers, being a change
in the military road in sections 34
and 35, from 10, and range 12, so as
to follow the line between lands
owned by S. C. Brewster and E. W.
2d. Ono petitioned for by John
Bryant and others, commencing at
the Elkhorn river on the south line
of section Hj, range 10, and running
thence east along the seption line
and intersecting Jthe military road
at or near the northeast corner of
section 19, from 16, range 11.
3d. One petitioned for by C.
Briggs and others, commencing at
the point wJierp tlp Plattprjverand
Omaha road intersects the boundary
line between land owned by Enos
Lowe and the children of Jesse and
Sophia Lowe, in section 10, town 15,
rangp 13. and running thence south,
or In a soutHpqy (Ijreptjan, to con
nect with somo strput In Qeorfce R.
The following described property
was erroneously returned on the as-
sesampnt roll for JH
The right of way of thoU. P. R.
R. Co., was ordered to be taxed to
the owner, Sarah N. Stanwood, and
the valuation was fixpd as follows:
N J oflQU WH 220, Omoha, at
NJ of lot 2 blk 220, do $200.
The following accounts were al
lowed: P N Deersou, for building
J. P. Tiwporty, for work on
II. Roll, " do do 4.00
C. S. Goodrich, churn, eto.,
for Door house, 10.00
Adjourned until Saturday, June
Lewis S. Reed,
Cheap and Substantial Hoofing.
Owing to tho recent heavy rains
roof-repairing has been quite lively
in this city. About a month ago
the Bee building had a new gravel
and tar and felt combination roof
constructed in place of the decayed
stonepappo roof. This roof has
since been thoroughly tested, and
proves perfectly water proof. Lead
ing insurance men pronounce it
fully equal to metal roofing as far as
resistance to fire Is concerned. Mr.
W. B. Richardson, the contractor
wllQ constructed this roof, is rapidly
introducing this style of roofsin dif
ferent portions of tho Stato, and
from all reports thoy have so far
given tho best of satisfaction.
Among tho houses in this city re
cently furnished by him with roofs
of this nature, are the new brick
buUdJng of the Union Pacific rail
road conipany, Shnpsonfs block,
Huntington & Sharp's, Campbell's
block, and iiany others now in pro
cess of construction, At Fremont
the npw hotel is provjded with onp
of a simihr character. We tike
occasion to refer to this because we
know that many citizens like our
selves have been annually subject to
tho nuisanctf of repairing, and this
is the first composition roof we have
had which has proven satisfactory
in everj' respect.
"vkiso, cleaning and repairing
- -nr. at Hie
done In the neatest niat. ,
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet. Farnham and Douglas.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11 Hi street,
The fair and fesUval for Hie Ger
man Catholic school will be held on
Wednesday next, at Shoaf a Hall.
The Society will Give a Summer
Night's Entertainment and
At a meeting of the Philharmonic
Society, it was decided to give a
grand summer night's entertain
ment and promenade concert at
Thiele's Summer Garden and Hall,
at some day not far distant, for the
purpose of raising money with
which to purchase instruments for
Messrs. A. Cahn, Decker and
Haarman were apixnutcd a com
mittee to perfect arrangements for
Thiele's garden will be most beau
tifully decorated and illuminated,
and the hall will be reconstructed
for the occasion, as additional bal
conies, galleries, etc., will be put up.
Only members of the Society will
be admitted, so that the entertain
ment will be rather select. In every
respect it is intended to make it the
most enjoyable event of the kind
of the season.
A FACT THAT CANNOT
ALLEN the GROCER is selling
goods 10 to 15 per cent LOWER
than all competitors. t
Query? Why is it thusly?
Because he sells for CASH. Give
him a call before purchasing.
Just received and for sale for
Good Rio Coffee at 25c ier pouud.
Choice RioColleeat 3 pounds for
Choice Roasted Rio Coffee at 30c
Teas cheaier by 25c per pound
than any other house in the city is
selling. P II ALI.EX.
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR, none
as good ; Wells & Niemax ; every
grocer in the city will keep it.
of O. J. Johnson (colored) who left
his home on Dodge Street, between
9th and 10th streets, in this city yes
terday morning about 8 o'clock.
He is C7 years of age, of light
brown complexion, heavy set fig
ure, and stands about 5 feet 9 inch
es. Any information concerning
him will be thankfully received by
his wife, Mrs. Jane Johnson, Dodge
street, between 9th and 10th.
June 19 It.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, Lurt, Wants, Found, Hoarding, Ac, will
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CKN'lSr hue; each subsequent insertioo,
FIVE CEFIS r line. Il.e tirst insertion
never iestha.t TWENTY-FIVE CENT
ITIOR RENT Dwelling houe, ls7 Capital
acuue. Apply at Oil Mill,
june-JOIf llAhttl, TAFTA WOODMAN.
ANTED A Nurse girl that can come
well recommended. Enouircat No. 'il
AM Ell 10 1-arni hinds immediately.
Apply at Room 'J, Visscber's llluck.
A I f REWARD Lost, on sixteenth or Doug
vLv las streets, latt night, a Llama Lace
hlml. The alote reward will be paid for it
at General Ord's, othce, Fifteenth street and
Harney. June 20 31
A few first-cla&s spiititors wanted at the
New American hewing Machine Rooms,
no. o.vi juu siru.1.
. II. SEAMAN,
TJ7 ANTED A situation to do general house
it work in a small p lvate Umlly.
corner 'J.li and Jacksou bla.
TWO GIKLS AV-VSTnp-Toilo general sen -inB.
Inquire, lUh.ni So. C, Visucr's Block.
WANTED A situation for a girl, 12 years
old, in a small family to take care of
children. Apply at KAKMhlte' HOMK.cor.
13th and Leavenworth streets. elg 21"
G JUL WANTED To do genera! hone-WOrk
r in a kinall family. "Apply at tOZZENS
HOUSE, Htli utreef. ; M JelOtf
WANTED Servant girli, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc., immediately, at
theemploynieuloliice.rooiu U Visiicuer'alilock.
Wji.Mbii A encap unu in exuauge lor
merchandise. Address, Farmer, Bkk
EOR SALE A first-chu fire and burglar
proof safe. Will he Mld cheap. Inquire
at Law Office of SPANN A PKITUIELL,
jelS 3t ' 511 Thirteenth street.
I WILL SELL SECOND-HAND Carriages,
and one Hearse, cheap for cash or trade, ai
1 need the room for new yflfa,
jclJSdtf, O. W. HOMAN.
tfOH SALE Two good breaking teams.
quire at 2C9 oth and Douglas streets.
Celebrated Pea-nut Roaiters; also one Lung
lester. Inquire at SIERKITT'a' Restaurant.
FOR SALE-1C0 acres of land, beinc the NE
KotsecI8, iu township 13, N of K 4 E. in
inuSEpart of Uuttltr county, 30 miles North
west of Lincoln. A well improtulfarin adjoins
it on the west, and country all atouml it is
thickly wtlloi- Will sell for SAM, one half
down, balance in one year, or $3 00 per acre in
cash, or will trade for city property) Apply to
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and several 'racant lots, and larni lauds
lor sale ; lso houses ild offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joiix E. Kkllky,
Attorney at Law, at French &. McKoou's ortlce,
uooiiiao. 3. creijjnion wotr. mvisit
FOR SALE OR IlfcNln 0.351 Chicago st
HARRIS, TAFTA WOODMAN,
a OU M ill.
ANDs AND LOTS The undersigned offers
for sale, en terms to suit purchasers,
Ucsirahlft business and resilience lots in tbii
city, and farming lands in this State.
WATS jN U. SMITH,
Jel3eod2v 500 Redid.' Ope,a Hous..
IIO KENT A furnished room; withorwlth-
out board: room suitab.e lor gculleman
aLil wife, or two single gentlemen. Inquire
at lf.l Jackson street. jttilf
FRONT PARLOR FOR BENT-Apply 377
Dareuport at bet 15tn and lath sis. mylGtf
C1TORAGE AND COMMISSION HOUSE!
fj Lllieral advances made on consignments,
and all clasis of goods ator- d t the lowest rates.
jrl&iGt It. KEURINS, 251 Douglas St.
mo THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
J purcl ased and put upon the strtets as
public conteyanos, some ol the fittest carriages
etermauufaciured in this country. They will be
run to ud If o in (he depots, hotels and private
residences. Al orde Vleftaf the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at tbe stable, near s e cor'of Eleventh
t and Capitil Avenue, will be promptly at
tended to. A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL,
PKOPOSALS FOR 8TOSK.
SEALED PROPOSALS wilj be received at
the Office of the C.ty Clerk, of tho City of
Ouiahi, until 13 o'clock, noon, June Jth, 1371,
for tbe delivery of State sul able for cims-wal-s.
Also commqn Buble Stone, in inch quantities
and at such times as rosy be require I lor the
use of the City, payable In city warrants.
Bids should bo addressed to U)e undersigned
and endorsed "Proposals forSlone." Bids will
be opened al Council Meeting, June 30th.
The right is re-erved to reject any' and all
By order of the w.
O. C Luum,...
No. 204 Farnham Street,
Between Twelfth .and Thirteenth Streets.
ALL ORBEES'ATTENDED TO PROMPT
lyand Kfcnte.1 in the most fashionable
'JTi iMpairing ana cleaning a specialty,
sdtae best maimer. my Mm
Academy of Music.
MONDAY EVENING JUNE 22.
TUEEE NIGHTS ONLY.
HOOLEY COMEDY COM'Y
Monday ETenlnj-"DIVOECED WIFr;"or
LOST AND WON. m
Tuesday Eti log "KaPPAKEE AND THE
Wednesday ETeniun--DOWN IN CUBA,"
and "THE UTTLE MOTHER."
Secure your teas at Wyinan A Ebei hart's
une -I) -It
Whereas default has Iven made in the condi
tion of a chattel mortgage, latins date May
1st. 1S73, executed by Jawes II. Wheeler, and
J-her mm Thurston, to Louisa Koss. to se.-ure
the payment of to proinisory notes for the
sum of 9400 each, of even date with said mort
gage, and seTerally piyatile to .iid Louisa Rots,
or order, at s.x and ten months iroiu dste re
spectirely, and seTcrslly 1 -earing iuterest at the
rate of twelve per cent, per aunuin, and who e
assaid note last maturing tus been endorsed
and said mortgage assigned to Otis II luliou,
and where is saul inort age was received for re
cord in the ofhee of the Clerk of Doug'as county,
Nebraska, May 2. A D. 1373, at 10-30 o'cKck,
a. ui , and recorded iu book M of Mtrtiges,
Sage 519, and where s there is claimed to 1
ue n said last maturing note at tbe date of
the tint publication of this notice, the sum of
t It 07, tside 22 costs of protest, which is tbe
full amount due or to btvuu-e due under said
mortgage. Now, therefore, by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said moitgoge, I
shall expose fr sale to the highest biddtrat tl e
front door ot the premis.a, known as the Belle
Union Theatre, No. 157 Farnham strtet, in the
CUT of Omaha, Count r and Mate aforesaid, n
te 15th day of July 1&74, at 10 o'clock, a. tn.,
full amount due or to become due under said
mortgage. Now, therefore, by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said mortgage, 1
shall expose lor sale to the highest bidder at the
front di or of the premises, known as tbe I elle
Union Iheatre, No 157 Farnham street, in tbe
city of Omaha, County and S ate afore aid, ou
the 15th day of July 1871, at 10 o'clock a m ,
the following property destrilied iu said mort
gage, to-wit: The frame building situate on
the woit 22 feet of lots one and two, iu block,
ono hundred and thirty-four, on Faruhaiu
street, in the city of Omaha, County of Doug
las, and Mate of Nebraska, and (formerly)
known as tbe European Restaurant, more re
cently as the lielie Union Iheatre; also all
right and title to tbe lease of the premises ou
which said building Is situate; also oue ice
chest, one clock, one car-room store, six Jilaxi
decanters, three bitUr bottles, one coik-ull sif
ter, six plated bar spoons, one plated shaker,
two winers, one heating stove, oue lookiug
glass, twenty-four bar tumblers, twenty-four
tar-room chairs, eight spitoons, oue bar-room
water boiler, two Iron window curtains, two
curtains, ono window glass brush, one office
-stove, one bar room pitcher, twelve chairs, ote
step ladder, three brss faucets, and three tloor
mats, to satisfy the lein of said mortgage.
OTIS H, BAI.LOU,
Assignee uf said Mortgage.
Spann A Prithett, Attorneys. j.0-dlt
X.. "W. JONES
531 and 533 15b Mlreet,
Opposite tha Post Office.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I WILL X . : SOLD !
Choice Imported and Bomestfe Cigar
II. ORkKK. c. J. KARHACII.
UIlEltE it KARIUCII,
15th st. Ujiweou Farnhain and arney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUCU1KS AND CAltUlAOKS.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
KSRepairing of wagons and blackmlthing
promptly done at reasonable prices mrdAwGui
Ml Varahaut Hu. HM. 141k ISta
C. T. HAMA2T1T,
171 Cor. KarnhBta and Elercntfa Sla.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning and te-
pilrlDg done at reasonable rates. A line lot ol
constantly on hand
and sold cheap.
II. V. VTALKEK,
MANUFAflUULIt Au DKALEUIN
BOOTS & SHOES
510 13th St.
Between Farnham and Douglas
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIGGS' YARD, CORNFR OF
14th and Ihicao Streets. Good Hard
WoodS7 00; Sou ui. Siote Wood to sUt
any number oi note very chi ai. ap!8tl
Fronting on 4th, 5th and Walnut itf
St. Louis, - Mo.
Laveille, "Warnor & Co.,
The Boutin rn Motel is first-clst in all Its
api-oiiiluieiitx. La tables are at all times siiiw
piied iu the KH-altM abiiudam-e, with all thn
delh-acies themaikels afford, Its clerta and
employes are a! polite and attentive to the
wants ot th gu sis of Ihe hotel, 'there is an
improve,! eleva or Itadmg fruiu the firt floor
to the upper one, Kaiiruad and steamboat
Icket offices, news it Hid. .lid western Union
telegraph office in tbe totunda of hotel,
Jt fn COA 'Hl UAy- -Agcntswant-2)0
IP 3riU 'ed! All 'classes of work
log people ol either sex, yoiijlg or old, ljuake
more money at work (or us in their spare mo
ments or all the time, than at anything else.
Addrms ST1NSON A CO., Portland, Maine-
FBITZ HAPHEB, Prop'r.
No. UODouglasStwt, corner llth, Omha,
Kebra.ka. Board by tbe day or week,
Between 9th aad 10th.
CHABX.ES FET.PEKWAJ, Prep.
VAN BORN'S MACHINE
All kinds of light and Leavy
MACHINERY MADE k REPAIRED.
VaAU Work Guaranteed..
7b0 HAMEY 8TEEET,
" coras mm cast their shadows before;
THE MONARCH of SHOWS
THE MOST STUPENDOUS ORGANIZATION TRAVELING.
Omaha, Saturday, June 27, '74
mBSLBBiiCz (I flEPl
KtPifejf.' i - JtwM jiksssssrwV'
llsssBBsssssssssl:' iHilBssssssssKaBssssW'lrrI X.
uVffwssssH kw i---m A
NPffl'VBknW lsssssSlsssMlssltssV''K5 El VA
AND GREAT TRAVELING.
WORLD'S FAIR !
Newly Organized and Georgeously Equipped. The Largest!
uuu iuust, xiAtuuaivt; jnuiiaene in .America.
Most Brilliant Equestrian Company
Ever Organized. More Heal
Merit than any five
Mad. LOUISE TOURNAIR,
In Her Unequaled Manege Act.
And a full Troupe of
SEE THi; GRAND STREET PARADE in the MORNLVG,'
Wonderful Erial Ascension bv M'HJeXnETTE ELLSLER, at 1 P. M.
ADMISSION, 75 CenK
DOORS open at 1 and 7
CHAS. C. PELL, General Director.
Fieraont, June 29. Grand Island,
ney, July 2. Cheyenne, July 3.
ROBERT C. STEELL,
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
Kurtz ohr& Co
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnham Street,
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
m,8-ir Kotions, .and Boots and Shoes.
Shelf Heavy Hard ware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
TIlRKSIIKIt. IIAltVKSTKlCN, It F.A I'KltX. MOWKHH. lilt I M., NKKDKItH
COIIX-I'I.A.N TKHN l'I.I)W, ('UI.NVATOK.S, II 1 . .-,
4AS 'nM.MiAM es a.x pw --
6iwwwue,itt -?-.? wniftna, xNQDrasjtsa.
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
Flna Old Kcntiu-kjr.WIiNUie anil Imporlci tidoil a SHcitlljr.
(Caldwell Block.) f
HOMES and FARMS
The Burlinton an 1 MUtourl River Rillrncvl 0..,oIIts hest IariNat low price 1 on 10 year'
uciiHii)irin-iii.iiirini, ami wi naitmiH preuiunoi iprceni. on 11115 amounlol lli
purchase, if half the land is cultivate., within two years from date of purchase.
LARGE DEDUdONrf FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, :Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
TbeB. A M. R-JR. Co. will so'l aliout J.OOij.OMaerM of sTen II I r.n c and agricultural land la
iwelljWalcxea counlry,t Irom Jl.'J t.,;.00per.ron longcrellu
South 0T lit; 1 mic
Sd all2ci.i U lu 'rallroi I a 1 1 In ll Itrt .n I bst develop t p irt of ha atat?, t.1 ,) q
JrioSiVrpiblhin Valley. ForcircuUrs an Hull lufor oatlon apply to
C. R. SCKALLEE, Aprent B. & M. JUintt omcc,
Cor or Math and FarnhuH Sta., Onalm
Or Ueseral Laad Depu'-ieat, LUioIa,X
VV W - i
AND EQUESTRIAN EXHIBfflBN,
LITTLE MOLLLE BRO
The only Lady Suinersault Rider
IN THE WORLD!
Her hquflul Does not Exist. Thel
jiot Thrilline Equestrian
Feat ever Witnessed.
LEOPOLD & GERALDINE
GreatC3t Trapeze Artists of tho Arc
Children under nine ycara, 00 Cents,
o'clock P. M.
Sole Prop, and Manarvr
June 30. North Platle, Julv 1. Si
Laramie, July 4. je20d3tw1
- - 3STEB.
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