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THE OMAHA BEE
THTJBSDAY, JUNE 25, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CUT.
THE OMAHA. DART BEE
Ii sored to subscribers bj curler, to m;
Spied.) filwen cent per week, oxfS. 5lor
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"All SSSirinl about ine""' red
tUwillrecelTe prompt .Uention.
T5iOKABAWAn.T But will be "..
wbSberi st the following rates, jble inra
$7.u0 per sjb aum.
, Onfi Da.t Bu has by tor the
LARGEST drcuUUon In the city, sad Is.
Aerator, the best and cheapest saTertUing
"S o ADVBmsrso.-Ixxal notices, 25
J line; local sdTertisements, 20
SSStTUneT by the month, 10 cents, ho
2eWent inirted lor less thn 50 cent.
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KAUIal Notices. Statements, Tabular
Wrl ItX requiring careful rerulon by copy,
pof to'bTWUbed. must be budel la
SiWten o'clock A. M. to Insure Insertion the
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W'eruienU before one o'clock p..
All idTertisementa lor the WS.KW.T B"
-beUcded In before Monday noon, lor the
,ame week' issue.
iliKlVAL AAD DEPAUIUKE OF
Time Card of the BaiUuRton Route
fiaflH&W IV Mail 10: -
M&UDd7y7e;p:ed. 'Mondays excepted.
This U the only line rr.nnlng Pullman Hotel.
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DaUy &rpreM 4?p.M. lOMJP.M.
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Morning Kxpress....M0 A. M. $;
Kvenlns Express....! P. M. Z:t'jZ
" City FmIMc.
MAHBXKMS 8:15A.M. 2J5P.M.
" " " JMjjy except Sunday.
Oanibuses and BgCge Su flf!
aipeauflg aad CIosiHg of JU II in
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laty'pUtUmouth, Council Bluttiand Burling-
dt lOSW a! m., dose, at 4J0 a. m. and
S-ISfto and SU Joseph, due at 1M a. m.
-ed 7 p. m.; doses at l:o p. m. and 4.30 a. m.
TOADTEKTMKBS lne C1RCU-
Vh-rlOa of theDAIlVr BBB i.more
tkB doable tbat of aiBTlollier dally
PeyoVe'e ResUurant and Oyster
nfnnu. Tne leadipg house of the
kind. 507, Farnb,aia street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. Iab24tf
The Miennerchor will have a
picnic on the Fourth of July, proba
bly at the Union brewery grove.
The German Catholic Fair be
gan at Creighton Hall last even
ing. An article on the South Omaha
School is unavoidably crowded out
to-day, but will appear to-morrow.
Fresh buttermilk kept con
stantly on hand at the Crystal bar.
June 23 Ct
The bodies of G'Wsie Hierb and
Arthur Arnneman,who vera drown
ed in the river -Monday evening,
were found yesterday afternoon.
Mr. John H. Bamfonl, of the
United States Express office, was
married to Miss Sarah A. Parratt,
at West Point, Monday, June 22.
The Georgia excursionists left
for Colunibus yesterday where
tuoy remained over night To
night they will remain at
The festival held by the ladies
or St Mark's Church, last evening,
was largelj attended, and the sum
of $75 cleared for the benefit of tlio
A number of the classes in the
lower grades of thecity schools have
been dismissed until Friday after
noon, at which time such as are en
titled to them will receive their cer
tificates of promotion, after which
they will be dismissed for their
uu;n)crs vacation of ten weeks.
Mr,C, G. Hough, w ho hasso long
been connected with the postofflce
In this city, was yesterday made the
happy recipient of a solid silver,
j;old-llned tobacco box, as a taken
of affection for him by his post
office friends. The presentation
speech was made by JamesT. Allan,
Esq., whose remarks on this occa
sion were said to have been so affect
ing as to draw tears from the assem
blage sufficient to moisten every
stamp In the office. Mr. Hough has
jjevered his connection with the
office, and is going luto business at
For handsome bread, use SNOW
FliAKE FLOUR. For sale at Ut
tin & Williams. June 24 Gt
lv evening, a while linen
uff and moss agate sleeve button.
The finder will be rewarded uy leav
ing it at 237 Farnham street
The most delicious biscuits are
made ot SNOW FLAKE FLOUR.
June 24 6t
Gebuak Catholic Fair to
night at Bhoaf's HAM- je24-lt
TSc above reward will be paid to
anyone Tho may recover the bodies
- n rouths which were
OI Uic . 1
trowned in the Missouri . x
G. H. Wells, sheriff of Colfax
county, is in the city.
Dr. H. T. Hedges, of Schuyler, is
Mr. J. Turner, councilman and
chairman of the committee on fire,
of Marshalltown, Iowa, is in the
city inspecting the fire department
"Phatty" Madden, the well
known commercial tourist, is at the
J. M. Spencer, book-keeper for
Clark & French, returned this morn
ing from a month's vacation spent
in the East
The following are the arrivals at
John Andrews, Nashville, Tenu;
C L Davis, Council Bluffs; W C
Walton, Blair; D B Herman, do; C
W Conklih, Tekemah; Mrs Jane
Artree, Illinois; A Phalen, Milwau-
nee; John Caverly, wife and sister,
Kansas City; E E Tracy, St Joe; J
H Johnson, Illinois; L C Palmer,
Hillsdale; F C Shelly, Falls City; H
A Hammar, do; A D Work, Schuy
ler; J T Davis, Blair; John H Roe,
Kearney City; L C Gould, Hastings
Dr H B Hedges, Schuyler; Wm B
Gardner, Pebble, Neb; S W Hayes,
Fremont; T W Hayes, do; G H
Peebles. David City; T E Wilson,
Summit, Neb; John Miller, Schuy
ler; G H Wells, do; H A Anderson,
Cincinnati; H H Pritchard, Des
Moines; E R Clapp, do; Allen M
McKcan, Marion, Iowa.
Forger-Th Much VtaUd Man Kot to
On Tuesday, Mr.Charles Greniug,
made complaint before Justice Hale,
against Charles More, a former em
ploye of Swocsy Cuthbertson,
charging him with forgery. It ap
pears that More drew a check of $20
on the State bank, and signing the
name of Sweesy &. Cuthbertson to
jt, had it cashed by Grening. The
oheek was dated, yesterday, but the
forgery ,ho wevor, was disooveredsoon
after Grening had got possession of
the check. Yesterday the much
wanted More could not to be found
by the officer, and it is quite likely
that ho hasjun away,
Auotu'.r Sosp factory.
Every attempt to build up the
manufacturing industries of Omaha
deserves encouragement We are
gratified to learn that Mr. P. J.
Quailey, ono of our old citizens, has
established a soap factory which
soon promises to rival the older es
tablishments in this city. Mr.
Quailey begins on a small scale, but
he has the ability and determina
tion to produce firat-class goods at
reasonable prjpes. He proiwscs to
furnish our dculora an article that
will net only compete with home
and foreign productions, but can
fairly lay claim to superiority and
Mr. Quailoy has located his fac
tory near the powder house, ia the
building purchased by him from
Theodore uisher. He has every
facility for manufacturing and pack
ing. We bespeak for him the lib
eral patronage of our citizens.
Australian Animaii s ix4 for
the Philadelphia. Zoological Gardens.
Twd car loads of Australian ani
mals and birds, for1 the Zoological
Gardens of Philadelphia, arTivcd
here Tuesday, from the West,
were gathered in Australia by
and went east yesterday They
Frank J. Thomson, agent of the Zoo
logical Gardens. He has held this
office for a long time past, and has
collected many hundreds of ani
mals and birds for these gardens.
This last lot, consisting of 170 bird,
nnd 30 animals, were garnered in
Australia by him during the last
three months, and were sent to this
country in chargeof Mr. Woodcock,
an Englishman. But two mem
bers of this menagerie have died on
the waj Among the collection
were many rare birds of beautiful
plumago and sweet voices, and rare
animals, both handsome and
Benson ii Foiled in an Attempt to 3(tt
His Family ont or all their Property.
Complaint was yesterday morning
made at the Police Court against
John Benson, who has been keep
ing a saloon for some time past at
the corner of Sixth and Pacific
streets. It apjwars that he has been
abusing his family shamefully for
the past ten d.iys, and had finally
made up his mind to gather all the
money possible and then desert
them. He had saved up about
$1,800, which he had deposited in
the FLt Xt.ti mal ilanK, ana was
dally increasing this sum bj selling
off his property and his family
household furniture. His wife and
daughter appeared against him at
Court, and ho finally comprom
ised the matter by giving his wife
SSO0 and the household furniture.
The complaint was thereupon with
drawn upon his paying the costs.
The Tradoi Assembly Kepnttiatei John-
ton ft Dudley Co-operative Xn JUox.
At the regular meeting held by
the Nebraska Trades Assembly on
Mondav night, the following signifi
cant resolutions were adopted:
Wiikueas, The council of grang
ers, through their secretary lias ex
tended to the Trades Assembly of
Nebraska an invitaiion to engage
with them In celebrating tne com
ing fourth of July at Elkhorn river
WiiKUirAE. The grangers have
also invited an association styled the
rvwiMrativo Association of Farmers
and Mechanics, which association
purports to have for its objects the
amelioration of the industrial class
Whereas, We do believe the
above association to be a political
organization, and being run in the
interests of a few politicians of
Omaha for the advancement of
their own selfish end: therefore, be
Jtctolved, That we accept the in
vitation of the grangers to celebrate
the coming Fourth of July with
them, but do not wish to be consid
ered as recognizing the said co-operative
Association of Farmers and
Mechanics as being engaged with
the labor organizations in the great
and glorious work of elevating the
producing classes, and that a copy
thou) rruanlutlona rw furnished tho
of UusTrades' asBeniDiy.
Session of the Grand Lodge of
The Business Transacted During
the Morning Election of Offi
cers Appointment of
The Becepuon ana Hall Last
The Grand Lodge of Nebraska,
A. F. and A. M., began its an
nual session yesterday St John's
Day in this city, at the hall in
Central Block. The morning session
opened at ten o'clock, the full num
ber of lodges being represented.
The delegates present are as fol
Western Star, No 2, Nebraska
City M E Pinney, M M Hamlin,
E F Warren, pr. for J W.
Capital Lodge, No 3, Omaha
David E Hum, W M; Thos Swobe,
SW; V M Roberts, J W.
Nemaha Valley, No 4, Brown ville
W T Rogers, W M ; H C Lett, pr.
Plattsmouth, No G F E White,
W M ; N B Murphy, pr. for S W.
Falls City, No 9, at Rulo Thomas
C Shelley, pr. for W M and S W.
Covert, No 11, Omaha J Green
tree, W M ; E K Long, pr. for S W,
andC Hartman, J W.
Neoraska City, No 12 J M Burks,
W M ; W B Wharton, S W, and
W S Cotton, J W.
Fremont No. Vu F W Hayes,
W M, and J SV II Hayes, pr for S
Lincoln No 19 A G Hastings,
W M, J J Gosper, pr for J W.
Washington No 21 J W Tew,
W M, J T Davis, S W, and Wm
Miller, pr for J W.
McCoy No 22, Plattsmouth J N
Wise, W M, E B Lewis, pr for S
W; J W Barnes, pr for J W.
Pawnee No 23 J L Edwards,
Lafayette No 24 J W Conger,
St John's No 25 Omaha J B
Recfield, prforWM; J C MaUer,
S W, Alfred. Kelly, pr for J W.
Beatrice No. 26. W H Lamb, W
M, N Blakely, pr. for J W.
Jordan No. 27. West Point E K
Valentine, W M, E N Sweet, pr.
for S W; G W Schnellbacher, pr.
for J W.
Wyoming No. 23, South Pass
City, W. T. E F Cheney, W M.
Hope No. 29, at Hillsdale L E
Palmer, W M.
Blue River No. 30, MUford Goo.
B France, W M.
Tekama No. 31 J R Reed, W M;
Ijaac Gibson, pr. for S W, and N R
Folsom, J W.
Platte Valley No. 32, North Platte
Acacia No. 24, Schuyler G H
Wells, W M; C E Sumner, pr. for S
Crete No. 37 H C Rider, W M,
and Wm H Morris, S W.
Northern Light, No. 41, Stanton
Lewis Ley, pr. for W M.
The officers present are as follows :
MW, Martin Dunham, Grand
RW, Frank Welsh, D G M.
R W, Alfred G Hastings, G S W.
R W, Jas W Chadduck, G Jr W.
R V, Jamos W Morp, Q Tr,
R W, W R Bowon, G Seo.
V W, Caleb A Miller, Grand
W, Geo S Smitu, Grand Orator.
W, Wm E Hill, Grand Lecturer.
W, N K Griggs, G S D.
W, Joseph L Edwards, G J D.
P G M, Dan'l H Wheeler.
The M W Grand Master announ
ced the following committees:
On Visiting Brethren Brothers
Isaac Greentree, F W Hayes and
Jesse F Davis.
On Credentials Brothers EbenK
Long, J N Wise and H O Hanna.
Q Accounts Brothers E War
ren, E B Lewis, E Ii Valeiftjnp, W
T Rogers and Wm B Wnarton.
On Charters and Dispensations
Brothers N K;Briggs, Win H Mor
ris, Charles Sumner, Isaac Gibson
and J L Edwards.
On By-Laws from Chartered
Lodges Brothers Geo B France, J
B Redfieldi John W Tew, Lewis
Ley, and Frederick N Dick,
On Ways and Means Brothers
David E Hume, F E White, Lewis
Duun,W II Lamb and Christian
On Charity. Bros J J Gosper,
EF Cheney, Leroy E Palmer, J
W Hayes and M B Murphy.
On Grievances Bros A G. Hastr
ings, H B Rider; Georgo H Weljs,
Nathan Blakely, J R Reed.
On Unfinished Business. Bros
H C Lett, Thomas C Shelley, Ed
gar N Sweet, William A Cotton,
On Pay-roll. Bros Milton E
Penny, Thomas Swobe, J M Bangs,
William Miller and James C
The Grand Lodge then adjourned
till 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Last evening the Omaha lodges
Capitol, Covert and St John's
gavea grand reception and
ball at the Grand Central Hotel in
honor of tlie Urand Lodge. It was
one of the finest affairs of the
kind e er gotten up in this State.
Of Linen Suits, also single coats,
pants and vests, sold very low, at
M. Hellman &. Co.
DR. POWELL, office 215, Farn
ham street fune23-tf
From 5 o'clock in the morning,
splendid coffee, strawberries, etc.,
are to be had at the French Coffee
House, No. 485 Twelfth street, be
tween Farnham and Harney.
None "can compete with Snow
Flake Flour made by Wells &
Nieman, Schuyler. ' je24-6t
A Komos Baptiui.
It reminded ono quite forcibly of
the old Bible times, when the early
Christians were persecuted and
driven from one place to another, to
see the lonely band who so stealthi
ly wended their way to the little
creek in Gise's addition Saturday
night, to administer the rite of bap
tism. It was after eight o'clock in
the evening, and the quiet of Na
ture was broken only by the piping
of the frogs, who were disturbed at
the unwonted scene. The pale
moon in the heavens above lent her
light for the self-ordained priest of
Joseph Smith's persuasion to read
his chapter and sing his hymn, and
then, with the assistance of two
other devotees, the waiting disciple
was plunged in true orthodox style.
It was useless for him to flinch as
he seemed likely to do, for the three
were too raanv for him, and under
he went, just once, but they held
him tilt well soaked; then they
drew him out with his mouth full
of the muddy water from the hole
which nad not had time to settle
since the assistants' spades had
scooped it out to enlarge it Then
with sonorous voice th self-made
priest pronounced a blessing upon
the convert, whose name was none
other than Joseph, (whetherSmith,
too, or not, Is not known,) and the
little band dispersed, walking into
the city, leaving the disciple's
clothes to dry in the evening air;
possibly his faith kept him warm,
who knows ?
Ax Eye Witness.
When the law, ordering that no
oltyunder30,000 inhabitants should
have the free delivery system, it
was feared that Omaha being below
the required standard, would have
this great convenience taken away
from it. But our citizens need have
no fears on this account, as the In
terpretation of the law is, that those
cities below 30,000, now having the
free delivery system, shall not be
deprived of it The law applies only
to the future establishment of the
system in cities which have not yet
Omaha in the distribution of mail
mattor by the free delivery system
stands above thlrty-ono other cities,
among which are St. Joe, Des
Moines, Burlington, Wheeling, Sa
vannah, Dubuque, Charleston, Da-
f venport, Poughkeepsie, Leaven
worth, and Mobile. In the month
of April there were delivered in
Omaha, by six carriers, 41,251 mail
letters; 4,619 drop letters; 20,500 pa
pers, etc.; and there were collected
By the Western Postal Record;
we notice head! clerl PaulVunder
voort, of the Union Pacific railway
mail service, has been ordered to
No liquors, but lemonade, soltzer
and soda water, elder and splendid
ice cream, etc., to be had at the
French Coffee House, 485 12th
street Separate room for ladies.
LIGHT QASSIMERE SUITS
Made up in the
At Gkeatly Reduced Figures !
junelO-eodtt M. Helijian & Co.
ICE CREAM ! ICE CREAM ! !
H. L. Latey's is the place to go
for tjjjs yery necessary commodity.
Hr Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire ot V. Bukkley.
German Catholic Fair t'.
night at Siioaf's HAiL. je24-lt
OUR STOCK in Straw Hats
and Summer Caps we will close out
at astonishing low prices.
M. Hellman & Co.
JuielOeod July 1
Gko. H. Peterson, the pioneer
Pigar manufacturer, keeps con;
stantly on tand thp vpry "best
brands of ojgrs, and. also Lone
Jack, Fruits anil Flowers, and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas streot
Dvi-.inq, cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
lOtli St.bet Farnham and Douglas.
CISTERN BUILDING and
Alf cleaning and repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no
pliargg; R. C. PryoRj
Diamond Saloon, Harney, between
13th and 14th streets. Sel5-lw
AVe are selling off our extensive
stock of clothing and furnishing
goods, at ower prices than ever.
Cor. Farnham and 13th Ht
Type For Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type, of
which this is a sample, weighing 600
lbs. This type has been in use on
the Daily Bee less than one year,
ana! is nearly as good as new.
For ierms&c., address.
m t. Publisher of the Bee.
BALE O STOCK OF GOODS.
Proposals will be received per P.
O., lock box 497, until Wednesday,
Jung 24tli, for the purchase of th
entire stock of dry goods of the
New York Dry Goods Store, lately
belonging to Welnstein fe Kolls. If
no satisfactory offer be made by the
above date, I shall proceed to sell
the above stock at auction, com
mencing June 29th, 1874, at nine
o'clock, a. m., and be continued
from day to day, until the entire
stock is sold.
SALE of SUMMER DRY GOODS
We have bought too many goods
for this season.
We are diametrically opposed to
holding Summer goods till next sea
son. We have determined to put them
at prices that will MAKE them
SEE OUR NEW PRICES.
25c for 15c
40c for 30c
SI 00 for 75c
SI 00 for 75c
50c for 35c
Summer silks worth -Janauese
LLAMA lace points, sacques and
scarfs at most any price.
Shawls at a great reduction.
Good striped shawls at SI. 50; Cash
mere Shawls, ALL WOOL, at $1.75;
a lot of BROCHE Shawls at $5.75,
worth $10. .
PARASOLS at 20c, worth 30c. A
large lot of very fine ones to be
A large lot of bleached and brown
muslins at 9c ami 10c to be closed
out at Bushman's.
Saloon for sale or rent, cheap.
Inquire at the Bee office,
GERMAN CATHOLIC FAIR
AT SHOAF'S HALL. j241t
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street,
The fair and festival for the Ger
man Catholic school will be held on
Wednesday nex t, at Slioafs Hall.
X.. vr. JONES
.131 and 533 15tts Htreet,
Opposie the Pos Office.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I HILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD J
Choice Imported and Domeatle Clgara
IS TIMES OF PEACE PBEPABE
Eternal Victlanee la the Price or
The Campaign of 1QT-J pronlses to e by all
Adds. theqtbt l'mpurlanfand exciting political
contest (hat has oyer fatten place in Xturaaka.
THE OMAHA BEE,
The recognized champion of popular rights and
progressive ideas enter upon this campaign
with a firm defenulnatton to expose and de
nounce the plots and Intrigues of corruption
ists, political bummers and ringtuuters of
every faction. The Independent and outspoken
course of the Bbk during the past three years
is a sufficient guarantee that it will sustain all
just measures, and ercr be ready to assail cor
ruption and rascality wherever it may appear.
An outspoken advocate of the rights of the
industrial classes, its motto always has been
'. Up trillf TflE PEOPLE AXD
DOir.V TTITII MQSOPOLXEa,"
The Uuo of the coming campaign involves
the prosperity of the state fordecade of years,
and the voice of the Bee will be beard with no
untertain sound, for
Reform and Economy,
A New Constitution,
And a strict accountability of public men in
the administration of public affairs.
The Bkk is not a mushroom affair of the mo
nism, but the SUBSTANTIAL BESCLTof PERSIST
ENT isdistev in the application of the best
journalistic talent. Its beginning was small,
but insplte of the incendiary's torch, in defi
ance of an immense moneyed power arrayed, to
crush it, and in face of the combined opposi;
tioa of th qost pQweiiul political rings ot tbs
state, it lus steadily advanced till it is to-day
recognized, at home and abroad, as the leading
journal ot Nebraska. The people have recog
nized its merit. The people's patronage has
THE BEE IS THE PEOPLE'S PAPER!
XVEBT VOTKB SHOULD BEAD IT.
Its contents are not altogether political, but are
made up of correspondence and telegraphic
news from all parts oi the world, accurate and
reliable market reports and cl o'ce miscel
It is Die Cheapest and Best !
THE CAMPAIGN BEE
Will be mailed to any address at the following
rates, in advance :
Daily, 3 months from July 1, . tl.30.
Weekly, " " " 40cts.
OMAHA DAILY BEE,
138 FtraluM St,
KICH FAnMlSG LAID IV VEBSAUA.C
HOUSES AK1 LOTS In the dty of Omaha,
Heal estate Brokera,osaea orer Mackey 'a sieve,
on SodflMt. opposite newyostomcr spaaed
KOTICE- Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, Lott, Wants, Found, Boarding, 4c, will
be Inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line: each subsequent Insertion,
FIVE CEFIS per line. The first Insertion
never less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
IOR KENT A furnished room, corner of
ChDltal avpniit anil l.ih ctnwr
WANTED A cook and nurse girl, at 253
Howard street, near 14th. je23tf
TANTED A girl, to do general house-
wore, ai io. sjo nowaru sireeu jean
LOST On Siondar, June 22d, a young
pointer dotf, about 'J mouths old; color
white, with brown spots. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving him at 433 Thir-
leeu'ii sircei. j '
WANTED To buy a houe and lot, the
house to have from four to seven rooms ;
must be within ten blocks of Faruliam street.
Address John U. Lee, noitheast corner Farn
ham and lClh sts. je-d3l
NiceFnruished room for ront.
2m Jackson St.
FOB SALE A Saloon, with Bar and Ikr Fix
tures Billiard Table, Ac. Inquire on Doug
lioi t., I'd door Irom 12lh. northside. je22d6t
Fit RENT Dwelling house, 1S7 Capital
avenue. Apply at Oil Mill,
june .' tf HAKltlS, TAFT 4 WOODMAN.
G IBL WANTED To do general house-work
I" in a smjll family. Apply at COZZENS
HOUSE, 9th street. jelCtt
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc.. Immediately, at
the employment olUce.room 9 Visschersblck.
WANTED A cneap iiui in exenange ior
merchandise. Address, Farmer, BK
I WILL SELL SECOND-HAND Carriages,
and one Hearse, iheap for eah or trade, as
1 need the room for new ones. ,,.
je!5dtf. O. VT. HOMAN.
FOB SALE AT A 1JAMJA1N One of Cale's
Celebrated Pea-nut Boasters; also one Lung
Tester. Inquire at MERRITT'S Restaurant.
IOB SALE-160 acres of land, being the NE
' ' ot seclS, in township 13, N of It 4 E. in
the SE part ot Buttler county, 30 miles North
westof Lincoln. A well improtcd farm adjoint
it on the west, and country rM around it is
thicWy settled? Will sell for S300, one bjjf
down, uaiance ia ue jrar, oi . t. -
or will trade for city property. Apply
ivJltf ANDREW ROSEWATER
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
ami several vacant lots, and farm lands
lor sale ; ilso bouses and offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply toJoits E. Kelley,
Attorney at Law, at French A McKoon's ofilce,
RoouiNo. 3. Creishton bfock. nivl&lf
niOR SALE OR KENT No. 354 Chicago t
iJ APP'-jjjjg TAFr A WOODMAN,
a ' Oil Mill.
LANDS AND LOrS The undersigned offers
for sale, on terms to suit purchasers,
de-ira)i!e business and residence lots in this
ciiv. and farming lands in this State.
' WATSON B. SMITH,
jelSeod2w 500 Redick's Ope.-a Hous.
rnO RENT A iurnished room ; withorwith
X out board ; room suitable for gentleman
and wife, or two single gentlemea. Iuquiie
at 164 Jackson street. jeCtf
mo THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
J. purchased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, some of the finest carriages
eternianufactured in this country. They will be
run to and irom the depots, hotels and private
residences. AH orde-s left at the Metropolitan
iioirl. or at the stable, near s e cor of Eleventh
HtandCapltcl Avenue, will bo promptly at
tended to. A snareoi tnepuDiic patronage is
resjHKtfnlly solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
Academy of Music.
MONDAY EVENING JUNE 22.
THBEE NIGHTS ONLY.
HOOLEY COMEDY COM'Y
Monday Evening "DIVORCED WIFE;" or
LOST AND WON.
Tuesday Evening "RlPPAREE AND THE
Wednesday .Eveniwt-'-DOWN IN CUBA,"
and "THE LITTLE MOTHER."
Secure your seats at Wyman A Etierharfj..
Quailey's U. P. Soap Factory.
Situated .en the line of the Union Pacific
Bailroai, n'i- the powder house. Manufac
tures fust-class soap for home consumption.
fKOl'OBALS FOR STUNK.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
the Office of the City Clerk, of the City of
Omaht, until 12 o'clock, noon, June 3Jtb, 1374,
for the delivery of Stoue sui able for e.oss
waibs. Abo common Ruble Stone, :n such quantities
tnd at such times as m ly be require! tor the
use of the City, payable Jr city wtrunU. '
''Bids shout 1 U id lrei-ieVt c- the u'nderslgnrd
and endorsed "rroposals for Stone." Bids will
l(o opened at Coiincil MeeHq;, June 30th.
The right is reserved to reject any and all
By order of the Council i
O. a LUDLOW.
jelM Ciiv CUrk.
CK tli COA l'KK DAY- Agents want
3)0 i" v4 ' Au classes of work
ing people oi either sax, youn or old, .nake
more money at work for us in their spare mo
mentaorall the time, than at anything else.
Address STINSON 4 CO., Portland, Main
novavl the: comi.-vg struggle.
The voters of our nation.
As ne'er was known K-fore,
Are rising from Pacific's strand
To Atlantic's rocky shore.
Why is this mighty change 1
Vi hat can the nitaning bu?
The rising of the mas.-es
From northern lake to southern sea.
The spirit of old seventy-sir
From ont our heroes' Erocs
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore.
Though obsolete long since,
Remain as ever true: not one cent for tribute,
But millions for defense.
Party ties and party laws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The rights of nun tob a man
Cnnn 1.1 ..sipa n 1aaj1 . ' c Inn J
our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as ses,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly gTct
Tho emblem of tLe free.
In trade we'll try to deal.
As man should deal with man.
And while we seek ti lire onrse'vev
We'U sell as eheap as anybody can,
Ard it a bat you need,
Or frien 1 you chance to meet,
Remember Bunce. the Hatter,
On Upiier Douglis Street.
1IR8. J. K.VAKPEUCOOJC
Residence and office 2.0 Dolge st be' 14th :nd
Special attention paid to'obstetrics and dis
eases peculiar to women and rhildren. f'Jtf.
MAC IS r BR OF THE DEPABTED.
Ho- 498 lOth t, between Faxnnam k Harnty.
Will by the aid of guardian spirits, obtain
orany one a view of tne past, present and fu
ture. No fees charged in cases of sickness,
W ftfy JOb Jsai W Xla JEBks
255 Harney street, between 141 b. and 15th.
Carriage and Wage Hakiag
In all It Branches, In the latest sad most
HOB3E SHOEING. AgD BLACKSM1THLNU
and repairing done on short notice.
E. F. COOK.
537 lit. BU, bstwsea DoigUi sad Dodt
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and'Sheet Iron
Ware, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
rrlssaprrl, Japanned and French Ware on
hssd. Tia Koofin, Gutters and Spoolingsni
JobWotk e acd warranted. Isb2u
H. C. TTALKEB,
MANUFACTUtffcX AJ1 DKAT.F.B IN
BOOTS & SHOES
510 13th St. Between Farnham and Douglas
AT S. P. BRIGGS' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
Wood S7 00; Soil J 00. Stove Wood to stft
any number ot stove very chea?. aplStf
Prontinj on 4th, 5th snd WslnntttSn
St. Louis, - Mo.
Liaveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-ebss in all its
spi ointments. Its tables are at all times sup
plied in the greatest abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentive to tbe
wants of the guests of the hotel. There Is an
Improved elevs or leading from the firt floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
icket offices, news stand, and wesierr Union
telegraph oU.e in the Uotunds of hotel.
u. Game. c. J. kaubach.
(JREUE & KABBACH,
15th st. between Farnham and srney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
MAN CTACTUKKR OF
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BIGGIES AND CABB1 IGliS.
Dealers in snd manufacturers ot
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MVBepairing of wagons snd blacksnrlthing
promptlv done at reasonable prices rnvd-lwdu
261 Varstfisua SU Bet. 14111 A 13Ui
C. 7. TXAMA1T1T,
171 Cor. Vstrntiam asd KleTcnUi Sts.
All kinds of TAILORING, Cleaning and re
pairing done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
FURNISHING GOODS constantly on band
snd sold cheap. 4ec2Gtf
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
16th street bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
supply of FRESH ASD SALTED
MEATS. Also a large ktock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at the Iow
st rttes. WM. AUST A KNUTH,
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent Wheels, Finished Gearing, &c
Axle, Spring and Thlmljle Skeins.
Carriages, Hacks "d Buggies
Staitebacker Wagon Depot.
srsos sBcn. lewis s. bked
BYRON REED & CO.
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agency
Keep s complete Abstract of Title to all; Real
Estate in Om .ha and Douglas count r.
133 nuJ ISO Faruaaia Street.
JOHN II. GKEEN,
GRAIN, FL0UB AND FEED,
13th St, bet. Fanibam and llarney.
AU kinds of TAILORING, CLEANING and
BEPAIH1NU done st reasonable rates
Market Gardners !
ALL KINDS OF VFGCTABLES AND
plants, foraae. Orders addressed to us
at our garden
Cor. 21st ami Taul Strrcts,
will receive prompt attention. apl503m
225 Psraaan S".reat, - - Omaha, Neb
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKB IX
furnituhe. bedding, etc.
No. 204 Farnlinin Street,
Between Tweltth and Thirteenth Streets,
ALL O.tJ EH ATTENDED TO PIMM1T
lvand executed in the in.nt fa hi"iiable
stjle OVItepairlni; and c'eJiiIng a sNialtV',
and done in tnebejl manner. mrl-lui
FE1TZ HAFMEE, Prop'r.
"No. 170 Douglis Street, corner 11th, Om ha,
Nebraska. Board by the day or week.
Between 2th and 10th.
CHARLES rUDEBHAS, Prop.
F. A. PJSTEKS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AXD CABWAtiE TRIMMER,
Ho. 274 Famtaam ' . lf tl St 10th.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guaranteed.
s-Cash paU lor iudes. ap33rl
YAN DOBN'S MACHINE
All klcs of light and heaTf
MACUL'EBY MADE k BEL'AIRED.
tSTAU Work QuarcmUed.'&l
6 HABHET STalEET, OstUA.
11111111111111K4' .tflA. SP!.-V
MR. JOHN RATH TI'"attn ion of dealers is called to the fact that we
areprepared to HBEL our goods wl h their NAM
13 AGENT FOR
an msnufjctusid exprewly for them.
OCEAN STEAMERS. May.-r-dim.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 end 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCESSORS TO CP.EIOIITON aND MOr.UAN
lSTo. 205 Farnliam Street,
Ol&AIZLJk., - ZLSTIEIB.
WHITNEY. B ATJSERMAN & CO.
Ho. 247 Douglas Street,
AGEMS FOU THE DUPOXT POWDER CO.
CLARK & FRENCH,
AXD JJiALEIiS IX
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
je 1 OKL-EUS SOLICITED AND DKOM1TLY KILLED.
JL.. E. SIMPSO 2sT,
--MANUKACTUREi: AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGARS.
532 I'IPTBENTH ST7;
CBEIG-HTONT TtTiOOsX. spUml
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
VHOf.KSAI.E DEALERS IN
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 Farnliam Street,
5JURTZ IflOHR C
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
. 231 Farnliam Street,
QDVwdl-A-BIA., - lETIEilB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
JOHN T. EDGAR,
Shelf Heavy Hardware,
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
AUAJLU U JJ J. U IAU iiwsiJ- mgmmmm ?.?' n
THRESHERS. HAUVKSTKHN, If KAl'tKS. MOWKKM. UBILU1, bs.cuui
24S Douglas St., Omaha, Nebraska.
Wines, Liprs, Cmrs,
flaa Old KenluckjJVhlsklM and
239 D0UQLA3 STIL, J
(Caldwell Block,) I
SOME& and FAIOffS I2T ITXBRASSA
The Barllnton and Mlasinri Klrer Railroa I C. . o3;rs W Ian s at low pr lce onlj I
cre-lit at 6 percent. Interest, wl i'haln.M premium of 20 par - " ' "auuu
purchase, II half the land is cultl rated, within two jor from data ot purcna..
L.VRGE DEDUCIONS FOU C-VSH PAYMENTS.
I Norlh of Platte, :Loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
Th,B. A if. R-tR. Co. -Ill set .Mnl I.00WWirr.. of 'P Si'jlf "WW
atllatered counirr.t Irom SIP to 7.Cp0 ikt ar. ou lonf credit.
Smith nf he Platte
ThBC)mnrown,alar?ehlro.th, t Ian I In
C, B. SCUALLKR. Agent
RATS & 2A2TSX2T,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KIND3 OF
o i a- a. :r, si
AND DEALEIW IN
g Pips3, Tobaccos, Etc
Boots and Shoes.
Importoa'tioods a Speciall j.
B. & ;gaJJSce'
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