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THE OMAHA BEE
FRIDAY, JUNE 2G, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA. DAItl BEE
la waiti to iutocnber by carrier, T
aartu! the city, erery eTenlni, (feunciayaex
St)At filUen cent per week, or W.,5 for
5i,nonth,andJ7.00perniBi. wbeu P14
"complaint. bont lrregularltie, addned
ulioltoUlreeiTe prompt attention.
4hx Omaha Dailt Bix will be milled to
wbarfberaatthelollowingrate.. .yable inva
riably in adTance:
f 7.u0 per iub.
j 75 6 .onth.
Tai Oxaha Daily Bxx haa bj tar the
LARGEST circulation in the city, and l,
retort, the bet and cheapeat adTertialng
"aiS Of AlWiaw8.-Local notice., 25
-Su per line: local adTertisemeuU, 20
Super Une; by the month, 10 centa. No
SSerEment inserted forle. than 50 cent.
SjiSlBOtloea. 10 cent per line ; alngle inier
JJoirnot Jew than 25 cent. . ... u
Transient abTertieementa must invariably be
ld lor in advance. , .
VBtUm lor cusding advertisement by .pedal
jSFheal Notice, Statement, Tabular
Work. ettTrequiring careful rerUlon by copy,
Irrocl to to furnished, mint be handed In
gfta "clockTrto inaur. inaertion the
'diaandlxxaJadTerUaemei.U before two
' Advertisement before one o'clock r. at.
ar adrertuementt lor the Wkxt Bb
auat be handed in before Monday noon, lor the
net weak' i11.
iltBlVAL AA1) DEFAKIUKK OF
T.mc Card oftbe BarUaRtem Bonte
...VEOlUUi. ARBSVB AT OMAHA.
St 5:00 A. M. Mail... 10. P. M.
."undaViucepted. 'Monday, excepted.
Tnis U the only Una running Pullman Hotel.
t? nsmicocK Buir P. Deck,
&wZm. Agt. Ticket Agenf.
DaUy Expre RaC
DUy Mld iSS a if
Silly Freight S?AL
Sly Freight. 6:45 A. J.
Cblcse. Kock art""
3.00 P. M.
8:30 A. H.
10:40 P. M.
1 10:00 A.M.
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City, BUto. JtCoaacU BlaaT.
atoning Kxpre....530 A. M. f;
,sAeV Northwesters a Siox
"" cnj jt pacUlc.
MallXxpreM B:15A.M. 8U5P.M.
" Ifclly except Sunday..
. .. ... a v.TMra Waeona leave the
wlSrneYFarnhSaSd Ninth ftreeU, fiT
SftKE taadraTce of tho .bore BiUroU
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ddcazo and all Eastern
Otr PlatUmouth, Council Blunand Burliog
2'dn7at 1U3U a! m., dua at 4J0 a. m. and
iWUulaandSt. Joseph, due tllW0
ana i p. ., tw .. j.. -- - .
Otlce open Sundaya troin 12to 1 P-m.
" 6. E. YOST. Postmaster.
and 4:30 a. m.
TOADVEK-rlSKKS- TBS C1RCC-I.V1-IOS
f lh)DA.lI.T BKK la more
(kaaflloakle that of aarlotliex daily
Peycke'f Restaurant and Oyster
rooms. Tne leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. lel24tf
ootx aCT. cmai.
A.M. r. m.
Green apples have made their
appearance iu market.
The colored people will have a
picnic at the Union Brewery grove,
Mr. J. Hierb and family left for
Des Moines yesterday to bury their
i sonhasc body was recovered from
the river yesterday.
The Board of Education will
meet this evening, the prin
cipal business being the auditing of
Fresh buttermilk kept con
stantly on hand at the Crystal bar.
June 23 Ct
The German Catholic Fair and
Festival, which was so well attended
""" last evening at Creighton Hall,
will be contined every evening dur
ing the remainder of tbeweek.
The Omalia Maennechorheld a
meeting on Tuesday evening, and
decided to organize a mixed chorus,
admitting ladies, and to give several
concerts during the next winter sea
son. Fourteen cars of tea, twenty
five .of wool, eight of bullion, two
of syrup, two of salmon, one of
leather, and one of borax, arrived
hero Wednesday from the West, en
The Quickstep, of Council
BlufTs, and the Milos, of Omaha,
will participate on the Fourth in a
friendly game of base ball, on the
grounds of the Quicksteps, in Coun
Queen's Circus will give three
- exhibitions in this city on Saturday,
the first onelxginning at ten a. m.
It is the first show of the season,
and the crowds that will attend it
will astonish c.ven this circus-loving
,. , Th? drowned bodies of Gussie
-HIer.b and Arthur Arnneman were
recovereil-by Alonzo Scott, an exs
expert diver. The funeral of young
' Amnemanjfok'place yesterday af-
pmoon. The remains of Master
HierbwlUlie Interred at DesMoincs.
William Truesdale, for disturb
ance" of the" peace, by beating and
abusinC his wife, was fined $5.00
and.costsat the Police Court and
sentenced to five Jvs in jaiL i ife
beating is said to be a tVnt en
tertainment for him. It's Aid for
himrbut death to her.
The B. & M. railroad in Nebras
ka is making quite an improve-
me.ntin'the vicinity of the Union
Pacific depot A large number of
men and teams are engaged in
cutting down the hill south of the
track, In order to make room for the
contemplated B. & M. depot, which'
trill probably be erected this sum-
Ter. A bridge will be put over
renth atreet soon, tue umoera
already on the ground, and
grade being nearly
each side of the street.
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A lively charivari occurred last
night at the intersection of Tenth
GedTge Williams and George
Conners were before the Police
Court yesterday for the disturb
ance of the peace, having been ar
rested last night by policeman Por
ter. They were discharged.
Our Scandinavian citizens held
a picnic at the Union Brewery grove
yesterday. It was quite largely at
tended, and a pleasant time was
had, the attractions being their na
tional games, music, dancing, Ac.
Thi9 morning a farmer's team
ran away on Famham street, not
withstanding the frantic screams of
the granger's wife to "whoa!" The
horses were captured at Eleventh
street by a colored man.
By a private lelter, we learn
that Gen. Thayer Intends to return
in a few days from Washington,
where he was sent by the Omaha ?
bridge committee to help in watch
ing and outflanking the obstreper
Max Meyer caught a youngster
crawling into the backtfoom of his
store, through an open -window,
about half past seven o'clock yes
terday. After giving him a lec
ture worthy of a Sunday School
teacher, he let him "skip" free.
Col. Watson B. Smith returned
yesterday from Peru, where he went
to attend the closing exercises of
the State Normal School, in his ca
pacity as a member of the board of
visitors, the other members being
Rev. Mr. Peck, of Lincoln, and W.
B. Slaughter, of Brownville. He
reports the institution as in a most
flourishing condition. The exercises
passed off pleasantly. Gen. T J.
Morgan, tllP principal, has, as he
informs us, acoepted a professorship
In the Chicago University, and ru
mor says that J. M.McKenzle, State
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, will succeed him.
On Monday last a young Ger
man entered the St. Joe ticket
office, and asked the fare to Leaven
worth. Upon beng informed, he
said he didn't have as raueh tnoqpy
as was required, and he then asked
to leave a box and valise there
until ho should return, He went
out and has not been seen since.
This morning the box was opened
and found to contain an accordeon
worth $25'. It may be that he has
sought employment to earn the
balance of the required amount.
The reception given at the Grand
Central Thursday evening by the
Omaha lodges in honor of the Grand
Lodge, was a very pleasant aflair.
Dancing began about ten o'clock,and
it was generally participated in as the
cooling breeze from the south ren
dered It enjoyable The music by
Hoffman's band was np to the usual
excellent standard. The supper was
served in the ladies' ordinary, and
reflected considerable credit upon
the cuisine of the hotel. Owing to
the attentionsof the vrjous com
Ci'ttees strangers were made to feel
perfectly at honie
The jury in the case of Baunie?
vs. Krug, in the District Court, re
turned a verdict yesterday of
$150 damages for the plaintiff. It
will be remembered that some time
ago last fail Dr. Baumer had the
audacity to make some remark de
rogatory to the quality of Rxug's
beer, for which Krug pitched into
him and severely whipped him, in
juring his nose. Dr. Baumer
brought suit for $3000, which resul
ted as above stated. The value of a
man's nose may be estimated ac
cordingly. Savage & Manderson
for the plaintiff, and Hon. J. C.
Cowin for the defendant.
James Winn, a spendthrift sol
dier, recently discharged from the
in back pay, went on aspree Wednes
day night, and lost every cent of it,
but in what way he don't know.
When arrested, he had'nt a dollar
of money. At the police court yester-
l day he was discharged, as he wished
to enlist again. He probably thought
the army could better afford to take
care of him than the city. He was
formerly of the 14th Infantry, and
his discharge gives him a good
We have received a copy of
"The Sacramento Valley Co-operative
Land Register," published semi
monthly at Woodland,;Yolo county,
California, by Cotton, Udell & Co.,
real estate dealers. The paper con
tains some valuable advice to peo
ple contemplating locating in Cali
fornia, and on account of the large
amount of real estate, both im
proved and unimproved, published
for sale therein, it will be found of
great service to those wishing to in
vest. This firm has tor sale lands
of every des-crlption in Napa, Solano,
Tolo, Colu.-a, Tehama, Butte, Sut
ter, Yulia and Sacramento counties,
consisting of farms, orchards, vine
yards, stock ranches, dairies, sheep
ranges, etc They also deal in city
of the mobt reliable
The firm is one
Xajordo Election of Offls.n b) the
The Grand Lodge yesterday at 3
p. M. elected the following officers:
Frank Welch, of Norfolk, Grand
Master; A G Hastings, of Lincoln,
Deputy Grand -blaster; A W
Chadduck, of Nebraska City,
Senior Grand Warden; Geo H
Thammel, Grand Island, Junior
Grand Warden ; J W Moore, Ne
braska City, Treasurer; W It,
Bowen, of Omaha, Secretary; F E
White, of Plattsmouth, Grand Sr.
Deacon; J T Davis, of Blair, Grand
Jr. Deacon ; W T Rogers, of Brown
ville, Grand Marshal; WH Mor
ris, of Crete, Grand Orator; AJ
Swartz, of Beatrice, Grand Chaplin.
LIGHT CASSIMERE SUITS
Made up in the
- LATEST STYLE
At Grkatxy Reduced Figures !
junelO-eodtt tt, Hxllxas Vo.
Yesterday the South Omaha
School virtually closed for the sum
mer, and to-day the pupils will
re-assemble to receive their certifi
cates of promotion. The examina
tions passed off successfully, and re
flected a great deal of credit both
upon teachers and pupils. The
work of the term has proved en
tirely satisfactory, and it is no more
than fair to say that the South
Omaha School has been well man
aged by Prof. Rose, the principal,
and his assistants.
The attendance during the term
has been very good, the average at
tendance being about as follows :
First grade, 70; 2d grade, 65; 3d
grade, 45;' 4th grade, 60; 5th grade,
35; 6th grade, 20; total, 265. The
attendance has run up to over 300;
but since the warm weather it
dropped off considerably.
Miss Hattie Sianard, the teach
er of the First Grade, came here
from Des Moines. She was former
ly primary superintendent at Little
Rock, Arkansas, and is an able
Miss J. M. Parker, of the Second
Grade, is a most excellent instruc
tress. She has taught in Chicago,
and atone time was connected with
the Y'oung Ladies' Seminary, of
Springfield, Illinois. Her experi
ence extends over a period of twen
Miss Fannie Appley has been
acting as a substitute teacher of the
Miss J. M. McKoon, of the Fourth
Grade, is quite well and favorably
known in this city as an able teach-
er, having been connected with
Omaha schools some four or five
The Fifth and Sixth grades have
been under the instruction of the
Principal, Prof. Rose, and Miss
Foos, his assistant.
Miss Foos was formerly principal
of the West School under the old
administration. She is considered
the best teacher and disciplinarian
in the city.
Prof. IJosp is a very younjr man,
and it was Qn tqi acpount that
considerable objection was made to
him when he came here from Illi
nois last September, as the successor
of Prof. Beals. By his industry and
strict attention to duty he has
proved bimsojf payable iu every re
spect to hold the position yhjeh. hp
now fills. He intends to take a trjp
to San Fcanojspo for his health imr
mediately upon the closing of the
Warden Woodhurst, of flip State
penitentiary, Is at the Metropolitan.
Gov. Furnas Is at the Grand Cen
tral. Ira P. Higby and C. H. Paul, of
Hastings, are at thp grand Central.
County Commissioner Macintosh,
of Cheyenne county, is In the city.
O. H. Irish, W. E. Hill and J. T.
Thomson, all of Nebraska Oityj.are -
at the Grand CentraL
C. W. Hamilton and family left
,yeslerday for New York by the
Chicago & Rock Island railway.
Mr. Mohr, of the wholesale dry
goods firm of Kurtz, Mohr & Co.,
has returned from a successful and
extensive business trip throughout
the far West.
J. J. Hillman, the commercial
traveler for A. J. Simpson's whole
saleltobacco and cigar house, left
for the West yesterday. He is
said to be one of the best drummers
on the rpad; at least it is well
known that he takes a great
man j' orders, and heavy ones too,
which inay be accounted for by the
fact that he represents a strictly
The following are the arrivals at
Mrs Mary Roertj, Red Oak; J M
Hewitt and wife, do; A PFowrey,
.Nebraska City; CL Johnson, Chi
cago; J A Wesson and wife, Boone;
M A Swift, do; F It Heath, New
York; S E Hurd, Fort Calhoun; Mrs
Norris and family, N Y; E Hewell,
Fort Calhoun; E Tomllnson, Texas;
E B Carter, Kearney; C Lawrence,
M D, Fort Calhoun, S Mackey,
Boone, Iowa; W K Morse, Clarks;
M Delaney. USA; W T Eaton,
Plattsmouth; H G Carter and wife,
Ogden; Sol Ehrman, St Joe; J F
Sampson; Fremont; W BFareay,
Chicago; rJ J Mclntoshpjvearney;
E A Tellotson, Blair; T 15" Calvert,
Plattsmouth; T W Downey, Platts
mouth. For handsome bread, use SNOW
FLAKE FLOUR. For sale at Lit
tle & Williams.. k Jrine 24 6t
Special Detective F. R. Heath,
arrested a deserter at Hamburg, last
Sunday, and brought him to Omaha
last night. The name of the dt
serter is J. F.Patterson. He en
listed for five years and! served two
years then deserted. C. B. Xan
Li-cola'a Fuairal Car.
The car that carried the remains
of the late martyred President,
Abraham, Lincoln, tothelr last rest
ing place, was purchased shortly af
ter the funeral by the Union Pacific
railway, and ha3 ever since been
kept in ihls city, in a special 5ed;
which on this account la known as
the Lincoln shed. This car is now
being rebuilt at the Union Pacific
ehope,.ani when the work is com
pleted, probanly next week, it will
be sent west to run upon the Colo j
rado Central railway. o "- s
The most 'delicious biscuits are"!
made ot SNOW FLAKE FLOUR.
June 24 6t
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Pamham street, corner 11th street.
Alexander 7. Scott.
Concerning the late Alexander
F. Scott, a man widely known
throughout the entire west, the
Council Bluffs Nonpareil of yester
day morning contains the following:
Mr. Alexander F. Scott died at
the Pacific House in this city yes
terday morning at half-past ten
o'clock, of consumption, with which
he had been prostrated for several
weeks. The funeral services will
be held at the Pacific House this
morning, at 10 o'clock, and the re
mains will be buried in Fairview
Cemetery- Mr. Scott was born in
Ohio; came to Iowa in 1864, and
entered the service of the
Burlington and Missouri River Rail
road Company, as General Stock
Agent in 1868, and has been in the
service of that company, and Chi
cago, Burlington and Quincy Rail
road from uiat ume, wiuums "c
entire confidence of the companies
he represenced, as well as the es
teem and friendship of the hosts of
men from Chicago to the mountains
with whom he had business rela
tions. It is a rare thing for any
man to transact a large business in
an extended territory, dealing with
all sorts of men under a great varie
ty of circumstances, lor a long
period of time, without giviug
offense and making a large
list of enemies, and yet we
are told and believe that Mr.
Scott, living under these circum
stances, died without leaving on
earths known enemy. Friends on
every hand, by scores, and by hun
dreds enemies none ! And few are
the men in Iowa or the West whose
loss would have been more deeply
felt by so large a class of business
men, and it is meet that his mem
ory e honored, for his virtues were
the friendships he possessed and
cherished. Large-hearted, generous
beyond a thought of self,
with the warmest sympathies
for the unfortunate of every
name aud grade, ever ready to lend
means and strength, and above all
so deeply wedded to the principles
of honesty and integrity, that they
were never forgotten or laid aside; a
etrancmr in fnl-plinol- or double-
dealing, or trickery, or hypocricv ;
J one whose
one whose woru was truiniuiuees
1 1. ..!..n .....n Annllllcll'AI
possessed of great intelligence and
sagacity, his counsel was freely
sought aud freely given all thee
reasons and causes being amply suf
ficient to account for the legion of
friends who will mourn his loss.
During his illness at the Pacific
House every attention has been
given him by bis friends and rela
tives and by the managers of the
hotel. Two of his sisters have been
with him for two weeks past, and
friends here and from abroad have
been constant and unremitting in
their e!ffo"rts to make hjs last days as
comfortable as possible.
"flip sprylpps wjl be conducted y
Rev. T. H. Clelan'di pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church of this
The following gentlemen are de
signated as pall-bearers: George F
Brown, Chicago; W R Towne, of
Cresten; Edward McShane.of Oma
ha; H P Deuel, of Omaha; LH Gal-
row, of Council BJuffs,
Jaoob Gish, of Omaha, the un
dertaker, sent his elegant new
hearse hither this morning to carry
the remains of his old friend to their
final resting place.
W. B. StrQpg.jassfRnt general
surrjn'tpndent3W- Sepkwjtji. su
perintendent of track and bridges,
of Chicago, E. C. Brown, division
superintendent, Burlington, F. H.
Tubbs, superintendent of telegraph
lines, Chicago, all of the Chicago,
Burlington and Quincy railroad,
wW qrflvp t3 morpjng to attend
Thfr best bargains are now to be
4 - ,
had in Parasols at
Gladstone & Co.,
J23W 59 litn street.
STORE BUILDING FOR SALE.
I will sell at a great bargain a
lot and store building in Ft. Cal
houn, Neb. The building is 33 by
50 feet, and is equipped with coun
ters and shelving in complete
order. No place in the State affords
greater inducements for additional
business in general merchandizing.
Terms easy. Elam Clark.
Omaiia, June 25.
The new Board of Directors of
the Philharmonic Society will meet
at Meyer's Hall, at 8 o'clock this
evening, tor the election of officers
and transaction of other business.
It Geo. D. Rugolks,
President ad interim.
None can compete with Suow
Flake Flour made by Wells &
Nieman, Schuyler. je24-0t
ICE CREAM ! ICE CREAM ! !
H. L. Latey's is the place to go
for this very necessary commodity.
I- on Sale Cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street.
Enquire of V. Burkley.
apr 11 -tf
Dyeing, cleaning and repairing
doue in the neatest .manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet. Farnham and Douglas.
CISTERN BUILDING and
Also cleaning and repairing.
' Satisfaction guaranteed, or no
charge. R. C. Pryor,
Diamond Saloon, Harney, between
, 13th and 14th streets. Sel5-lw
Type For Sale!
A Font of .Bourgeois Type, of
which this is a sample, weighing 600
lbs. This jpe has been iu use on
the Daily Bee less than onp year,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms dec., address
v j. , E. Rosewater,
in f. Publisher of the Bee.
SALE O STOCK OF GOODS.
"-nrttsabj will be received per P.
r, V i .Q- -,! Wednesday,
O., lock box 49. , uuu. .
June 24th, for the purchase of tho
entire stock of dry goods of the
New York Dry Goods Store, lately
belonging tqJiVelnstein &.Kolls. If
jia BfttislaQtyury offer be made by the
Z-TSf-:?" i"1 m - eiia
.!... t. Tt,.itr . x -i, i
the above stock at arMiiaa, 'C6m.'
mencing June 29th, 1874, at nine
o'clock, a. m., and fee continued
from day to day, until the entire
stock is sold.
Hon- G. B. Lake, Jtulge.
Omaha, June 25, 1874.
George Heldt was admitted to
Pnrtprfield et al vs. Reed etal.
Motion of defendant, requiring"
plaintifl's attorney to show his au
thority for prosecuting suit over
Central National Bank vs Lacey,
et al. Continued on motion of de
fendant. ,. ,
Tribune Printing Co. vs Edmunds.
Judgment for $696.13.
Merchant et al vs Denton, et al.
D L Thomas was made a party of
defeudant with leave to answer in
Williams vs Denton, et al.c Same
Stein vs Hattery, etal. Same or-
der- . . j
Tried vs Homan. Dismissed.
Steele vs Lee. Judgment for
Johnson vs Habu. Leave to an
swer by Monday.
MeClary vs Spencer etal. Jury
trial. Verdict, $500 for plaintiff.
Slatter vs O'Connell. Jury trial.
Verdict for defendant.
Adjourned till 9 in the morning.
WE ARE CLOSING OUT our
Ladies' Linen Suits at Cost. -
Gladstone & Co.,
je25 3t 509 11th Street,
$2,000 worth offlne furniture and
carpets, to be sold af auction at our
roomsSaturday morning, commenc
ing at 9 o'clock.
Gray & Allen, Auctioneers.
LADIES WILL FIND A FULL
Line ot Furnishing Goods at
Gladstone & C6's.
je 25 3t 509 14th Street.
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
We have determined to put them
at prices that will MAKE them
SEE OUR NEW PRICES.
25c for 15c
4"0c for 3jp
$f 00 for 75c
$1 00 for 75o
50c for 35c
Summer silks worth -Japanese
LLAMA lace points, sacques and
scarfs at most any price.
Shawls at a great reduction.
Good siriped shawls at $1.50; Cash
mere. ShsnYjs, AL.L WppL, ftt$!.7S
a lot qf BRQUHE Shawls at. $5.75,
PARASOLS at 20c, worth 30c. A
large lot of very fine ones to be
rnuslins at-flc and 10c to be closed
out at Bushman's.
No liquors, but lemonade, seltzer
imd, soda waterj cider and, splendid
ice cream, etc., to be had at the
French Coffee House, 485 12th
street. Separate room for ladies.
office 215, Farn-fune23-tf
OUR STOCK in Straw Hats
and Summer Dabs we wtfl pjosp out
at astonishing low prices.
M, Hellman & Co.
June 10 pod July 1
Geo. H. Peterson, the pioneer
oigar manufacturer, keeps con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars, and also Lone
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas streat.
Wo are selling off our extensive
stock of clothing and furnishing
goods, at lower prices than ever.
M. Hellman & Co.,
Cor. Famham and 13th St.
Of LInon Suits, also single coats,
pants and vests, sold very low, at
M. Hkllman & Co.
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.
THE MOST POWERFUL EEALINQ
AGENT EVER DISCOVERED.
The wonderful celerity with which this com
bination Ot CaBBOUC ACID With OTUBK SOOTH
ING ASD CUR1T1VK EMOLUMENTS
HEALS THE MOST VIRULENT SORES
b something aViu to the marvelous.
It is with pride that the Proprietor, call at
tention to the gratifying (act that
Physicians aire it the highest mtad oj
and -use it and prescribe in their practice.
POINTS TO BE BQRNE X MIJjD:
CARROLfC SALVE posiUrelr cure, the wont
CARBOLIC SALVE instantly allays the pain
C RBOLIC SALVE cure, all cuUneoM erup
tion. CABBOUC 5ALVB remorea pimples and
CARBOLIC SALVE ranks a the head of all
Salrea, Ointments, or other H-allne Compounds
and HAS ACHIEVED A GREATER REPU
TATION AND HAS A LARGER SALE than
any other similar preparation of cotBBjpoia?
Sold erery where. Price 25 cc
JOHNF. HENRY, CURRAN A CO.,Prop's,
LKOAT. If OT1VK.
- To.H yhom It M.y Coacera.
li cr ;
V rTIAiwBJioTlCE That on the2ddar0t
X 1874, at 2 c'ciocV, p. ra., I wiU sett at pub
the residence of Michael Sautter, one fourth of J
lic auction to th-hif best Udder. lor caaavat
a mue aoutnwest oi Jonn ureen' atoae quarry,,
the following described property, t wit: One
roan cow, one red steer, with white pt In the
lace. The aaaoe haTlnf bacattba op as ea-
trays by said Michael Sautt r.
Justice of the Peace.
NOTICE. AarertisemenU of To Let, For
Sale, Loet, Want., Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per Une; each subsequent Insertion,
FIVBCEFJS per line. The first insertion
never leu than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
EOOMS TO RENT Furnished rooms from
' nveto ten dollars per monih. Aloa
small house for rent on Cass street, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets: Enquire
at 158 Davenport street, beta sen Tenth and
AlS-st'mp quartz mill, house, shop, ham
a n.l mlnu In ,1.a.IIfa n.t.. as ... 1k?.l
tor sale cheap. Cheap for cash.
uu iu.u; i ... utuu ui .iciVil,
.box lit, Jiarysrme, mo.
FOR RENT A furnished room, corner of
Capital avenue and 13th street.
LOST On Monday, June I, a young
poluter dog, about 9 months old; color
wnite. with brown spots. The finder wiU be
suitably rewarded by leaving him at 4SS Thlr
teemh street. je23 3t
TjWKSALE-A Saloon, wuhliarandllr Fiz
tj tures. Billiard Table, Ac. Inquire on Doug
1m St., 2d door Iroui 12th. northside. jeiMCt"
FR RENT Dwelling houe, 1S7 Capital
avenue. Apply at Oil Mill,
june 2C tf llAhHJh, TAFT 4 WOODMAN.
IRL WANTED To do general house-work
r in a smaU family. Apply at COZZENS
HOUSE, 9th street. el0tt
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborer., etc., immediately, at
the einply meat otlice, room 9Yisscher'sblck.
WANTED A cneap larui in exnange lor
merchandise. Address, Farmer, BK
I WILL SELL SECOND-HAND Carriages,
and one Hearse, cheap for cash or trade, as
1 need the room for new ones,
jeisdtf. U. W. HOMAN.
T?OU SALE AT A BAt.UAlN-One of Gale's
h Celebrated Pea-nut Roasters ; alao one Lung
Tester. Inquire at MEIUUTT'S) Restaurant.
IRSALE-160 acres of land, being the KE
J i otseclS, in towuship 13, Z oimj. in
tne SE part ot Buttlcr county, 30 miles North
J 0Ji ... w v. , . -- -.
west OI muCOJU. A wen ilUlIU1VU JttlUl UUJUIU?
it ou the west, and country rJl aiound it is
thickly stttJod-- Will sell lor $500, one hjjlf
a 1.....U t. a.ia . t Q t Tin iiap nra in
cash, or will trade fur city property. Apply to
. niT21tf ANDRMV iufeEwAlER.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY,
and scTeral'Tacant lots, mil farm lands
lor sale ; also houses .ml offices to rent cheap,
to good tenants. Apply to Joax E Kkllev,
Attorney at Law, at French A. McKoon's office,
RoomNo. 3. Creighton Muck. roylStf
;OR SALE OR RENT o. 354 Chicago st
HARRIS, TAFT A WOODMAN,
a Oil MU1.
I T ANDS AND LOTS The undersigned offera
I j lor bale, en terirs to suit purcnasers,
desirable business aud residence Iota in this
city, and farming lauds in this State.
' WATS JN B. SMITH.
rpO RENT A furnished room ; wlthorwith
J out board; room suitaole for gentleman
and wife, or two single gentlemej. Inquire
at IU Jackson street. jeCtf
mO TJE PUBLIC The undersigned has
J purchased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, some of the finest carriage,
etermanufaetured in this country. They will be
run to andlrom the depots, hotels and private
residences. All ordes leftat the Metropolitan
HoUl, or at the stable, near s e cor of Eleventh
atandCapitrJ Avenue, will be promptly at
tended to. A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL,
P. X. GLINiY,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IX
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
TOBVC 0 AND PIPES.
3California Wines and Brandles."SU J
Corner of 15th and Dodge streets, opposite the
new Post Office building, Omaha, Neb- je2M(
PEALE1J IN' '
Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings.
No. 253 Dodge street, botweeu 14th an 1 lith.
Dressmaking done with neat
nese and dispatch. Orders
Bavarian Beer Hall.
193 Douglas St,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Finest brands of all clashes of Liquors and
Segars. Fresh Lager constantly on hand.
Je2V3m ('HAS. HART. Ptop.
' taretS W esterxx
Corner of Oomings and Twenty-second streets
The finest lager baer con.
stantly on hand,
jea-Cta CH.YS. WEYMULLER, Prop.
Quailey's U. P. Soap Factory.
Situated 'on the line of the Union Tacl&c
Railroad, near flie pqwijcr ltqise, afanufac
tures fii3t:cla&3 soap for home consumption!
PKOfOSALS FOR STOMC
SEALED PROPOSALS wJIJ be received at
tlie Office qf tbfl City tlerk, of the City of
Oman , until 13 o'clock, noon, June 30th, 1874,
for the delivery of fctone suitable for cioss-wslV-s.
Alio common Bublo Stoue. in such quantities
rnd at siu-a times as nny be requirol lor the
use oi the City, payable in tity warrants
BV a should ua rddrest- 't c the undersigned
andendoibcd 'rronosalsforStooo." Bidsulll
bo opened at Cjuncil Meeting, June 30th.
The right is reserved to reject any and all
By order of the Council :
O. C. LUDLOW.
jel9d Citv Clerk.
MB CATTLE BROKER,
ALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
1. W. JOCTCS
531 and 533 15thtrcl,
Opposie the Pos Office.
OR ANYTHING ELSE.
I If ILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
Cbolce Imported and Don emtle Cigars
ioo,coo aches i
SIGH FABMlXa LAID IV HEBBASKA S
500 Hanscom Place Lots!
HOUSES AND LOTS in the elty of Omaha,
foraalecheaoandon coodferms. ""
Beal estate brolers.omce pverMackcy's store,
on Dodge L qppoatW new potofice- ap30n2
OEO. W, ELKINS;
19161915 Mat ket.St,
'CVs..n cj. or
' v raiUDELPuu.
Iiifcialtla i Brlr, Halt Sopi.
l . r7w6is
H. U. WALKED,
MANUFACl 0 Bi.lt AS D DEALER IN
BOOTS fc SHOES
510 13th St. Between Farnham and Douglas
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIGOS- YARD, CORNER OF
14lh and Chicago Streets. Good Hard
Wu137 OOjSoltS W- Siove Wood to suit
any number oi stove very cheap. aplStf
Fronting on 4th, 5th and Walnntiti,,
St. Louis, - Mo.
"Laveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-clsss iu all IU
api-ointmenls. Its tables are at all times sup
plied in the greatest abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford. Its clerks and
employ are all polite and attentive to the
wants of the gu stsof the hotel. There Is an
improved eleva'or leading from the fir.1 floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
ickex offiies, news stirad. and wesxerr Union
telegraph otfl e in the Kotunda of hotel.
H. BRIBE. C. J. VABBACII.
GKERE & KARBACH,
15th st. Letwecn Farnham and arney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES ASD CARR11GKS.
Dealer, in and manufacturers of
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TAID TO
H-Repairing M wagons and blackmlthing
promptlv done at reasonable prices mvdAwCni
261 rarabam St.. Bet. 14th 13th
, - I I I !
C. 7. gAMATTIT,
171 Car. Varaham and KlcveaUa SI.
All kinds of TAILOBINO, Cleaning and re
p liring done at reasonable rates. A fine lot of
r'URNIoUINa ROODS constantly on hand
and sold cheap. -tec2Ctf
U. P. R. R. MEAT MARKET,
lGth street bet California and Webster.
TTTE KEEP ON HAND, THE EEST
W sitpplr of FRESH AND SALTED
MEALS'. 'Also a large stock of Fine Sugar
Cured llanw and Breakfast Bacon, at the low
st rate. WM. AU&T A KNUTII,
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent WheU, FinUued Gearing, &&
Axles, Springs aud Tliluiblo Skeins.
Carriages, Hacks and Buggies
Stuilrliaeker Wagon Depot.
BTKOX BEKD. LKWIS S. BEED
BYRON BEEP & GO.
Tne Oldest Established
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract of Title to air.Real
Estate in Out ha and Douglas county.
JAS. M. McVITtflE,
135 aal tsil i-'amham Street.
JOIO II. GHEEX,
GRADf, FLOUR AND FEED,
13tk St., bet. Farnham and Haraej.
All kind, of TAILORING, CLEANING and
REPAIRINU done at reasonable rate
Market Gardners !
ALL KINDS OF VFtiUTABLES AND
plant, for sa e. Orders rUdre-ed to us
at our t'-irdeii
Cor. 21st anJPaul Streets,
will rece'Te prompt atteutiou. H ap!5J3m
235 Fimbia S'rajt,
WU0LE3ALK AND RETAIL DEALKE IS
FURNITDaE, BEDDING. ETC.
No. 204i Farnham Street,
Between Twelith and Thirtctnth Streets,
OMAHA - NEB.
ALL OI E 'S ATTEN DED TO PIWiMIT
lyand eeiite.l in the nuwl fa hlmiable
style. ri:eairiig and cleaning a scialty,
and done in the Umi ujinncr. mrl-lia
FRITZ HAFNEE, Prop'r.
" No. 170 Douglas Street, corner 11th, Om ha,
Nebraska. Board Ly-1 be day or week.
Jnnel, yl .
Tetweep 0th and JOjb.
CHAKLKN FtLDEaf M AS, Pr jp.
F, A. PETERS.
garlrll and Harness Maker,
.v.. niffimr.G TRIMMER.
.Yi5'N0iih of Platte, ioup Fork
''VaT'Caah paid lor tuuea.
HfM DOIllV MACHINE
tAll kind, of light od teary
.MJLCU5UH MADE & REPAIRED.
WsmVAU Work Guaranlced.-Wt
366 HAallBY 8TBEET, - OMASA,
fjrf'aaBw'a wi '
VM smWWWWtmW itt -
MR. JOHX RATH
IS AGENT FOR
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE cfc JOHNSON,
538 and 540 .Fourteenth Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
SUCCESSORS TO CREIOHTON aX1 MORUaN
HOLES ALE GROCERS,
ITo. 201; Farnham Street,
OIMAiHCA, - IfcTIEIB.
aprSVlly - --.
WHITNEY, B ATJSERKAN & CO.
ITo. 247 Douglas Street.
OliVEAIHA, - - 3sTEB
AGENTS FOR THE DUPO.NT POWDER CO.
CLARK & FRENCH,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
AXD DEALERS IX
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
je 1 ORDERS SOLICITED AND PUOM1TLY FILLED.
A. IE. S I M P S O N",
--MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGARS.
532 lETFTIEIEIlSrTIEa: ST
ROBERT C. STEELL,
Faints, Oils. Varnishes,
BRUSHES, LAMP GOODS ETC.
257 Douglas Street
JURTZ JJOHR& (JO
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES andNOTIONS
231 Farnham Street,
J. J, BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DRA.LERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
JOHN T. EDGAR,
Shelfi Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,
TIIRKSHKRS. UaRVIMTKKN, REaI'UH, HOWKHfl. DK1LLM, KEEOEHS,
COIIS.PIA3T1-EIH PLOWS CULTIVATORS, IIAV-
KAKKt AMD WAUIIXK. rrchl.iy
246 Douglas St., Oman. XTebraska.
Wines, Liprs, Cigars,
JlnaOWKciiluckji'W'Iiisiilesand Iwported tJoods a Speciallj.
3ffllf5Sp OMAHA, iTIEIB.
SOICES and T ARKS IIT ITX3HA?KA
- Th Barliniton and MUwurl airer IUIlrol Co.. ol:r t Un 'a at low price on JQ year'
creditatG percent. interest, awl wiib,a limns pre.uiumof 2qprceiit. oa the am,oanol tM
pcrchasy, li half the land U cuitlra, ipjiu to years frqiq dale of purchase.
L.VRPE IUSDUCIONS FOR CASir PAYifENTS.
Xhen H.IWL J&'5& v"" U
a; wellaiereu rouiiir j,.t u s w --
! TheCom.any o-n.1arbIf f to
C. B. SCIILEB, A?ent J ;dOfflce,
0rfr4 LS 1 DePAae.t, I,!:..,
HATS & SA2TSX2T,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
o i a- a. :r, si
AND DEALERS IN
Pip3, Tobaccos. Xto.
Th atten ion ot dealers U called to the fact that we
are prepared to LABEL our goods wl h their NAM
as nianufactued expressly for them.
May 27- d lm.
- - IlSriEIB
Boots and Shoes.
and Elkhorn Valleys
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