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""WEDNESDAY, JULY '8, 1874.
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Daily except Sundays.
Omnibuses and Baggage Wagon leaTe tip
aScc, corner farnham and Ninth streets, m-
eenlcntes in advance ol the above Kallroaa
TOADfEKl'UKsVi TBI C1RCC-K.A1-IOX
f the DAILY BKK la more
aama sloablc (bat cf aaxtler dally
Peycke't Bestaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnham street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. Ieb24tf
The Green Tree House is em
bellished with a new awning.
T. Martin let the contract for
his new building Monday, and the
work has already commenced.
Max Meyer & Bro. are having
a nobby front added to their music
store. ' i
There is a great deal of hum
Bergh, in the beuignent pretensions
V of the Serald. "t"
' LThe patent well auger of A. B.
Christian is doings et$yjretty work
- in sinking a well in fro"gf Pattee's
ThereViH be. a meeting of the
3flIo base-fiail rclub? 'this eve
ning, At theirroom, corner of 16th
and Cass streets.
Mr. "Win. AItEtadr;am)ld mem
ber of the Maennerchor Society, re
ceived a splendid serenade Monday
night from the Omaha City Band.
There has been no boats on the
river this season.' The only utility
of the Big Muddy is to build bridges
Carl, W. .Kindle and Rosa D.
Roberts consulted Hymen and
Judge Peabody- yesterday, and
went off happy. JWw
Michael "Widens was Monday
arrabjned before Justice Hale for
flattening the proboscis of Michael
The City editor of the Bee run
the gauntlet at Spoon Lake Mon
day safely. Palmer didn't tackle
It w -
It is rumoml that Britton, the
man so terribly beaten at the
Granger picnic, died Monday,
judge Porter has issued a warrant
for the anost ot the murderer.
, That renegade Tomlinson, who
came the confidence game on Har
ry Cremer, has teen captured at Ev
anston," Wyoming, and brought'
back. He is at present lodged in
the county jail.
: TheDLstrict Court Monday de
cided, in the case of the People' vs.,
Lucas aHd.Brownr'tuatjhe defend
ants were obliged, to own Teal estate
at the i
leMtad of infjaairatlon. , Time
a new com;
TJieChicago IHbunfsays: "The
Council raised the City Attorney's
"pay"toJl,9Q6 jK?r annum, for his
opinion as against the corporation's
counsel, that salaries might be law
fully increased during the incum
bency of the, rbenefitted officer.
Jamerson isn't much! of a lawyer,
but his opinions are valuable." So
"Links Balcombe, Uutler and Ken-
o JZZ "
. general fight occurred Mon-
JL'-in. nt Moren's saloon,
conier of Tenth sUtwid Capital
avenue, between Peternale and
James ConUn. Our colored offlcer,
Clarke, attempted to make an arrest,
but the Fenian blood rose at the
idea, and Officer Byrne was called
to. This morning the bellige
rents were fined ?5 each, at the po
A FAST YOUNG MAN.
How a little Cheek Fouti one
1 iate Society, mi Vow Great
one oat of it.
More Cranes than the Sand-Hill-
About-4 eight months ago the
flippant bucks of the city rejoiced in
the acquisition to their number of
one W. N. Crane, a very handsome,
crentlemanlv and well dressed in
dividual. His debonaire and affa
bility made him a general favorite
with the sporting fraternity, and it
was not long before he worked him
self into the good graces of several
prominent citizens, and was intro
duced into the best society, and hid
free access to any residence in the
A moral laxity was frequently ob
served in the conversation of this
young man, but it was considered
nothing more than a whole-hearted,
blunt, good naturedness, character
istic of the fellow, f.nd little noticed.
Suspicion was aroused, however,
when it leaked out that Crane was
a frequenter of the many brothels,
and that he kept, in a remote quar
ter, a courtezan at his expense. His
profligacy became more and more
open, and he squandered his earn
ings with prodigal recklessness.
One by one the diamonds that or
namented his manly bosom -were
transferred to a pawnbroker's win
dow; one by one bis intimates be
came less sociable and finally aban
doned him altogether.
As the consumation of his auda
city, he attempted a liason with the
wife of one of our roost prominent
citizens. The indignation, In
jured honor, and kindling rage of
the Uwbaud knew no bounds,when
bis wife hastened to divulge the
brazen impudence of the raspaj.
Arming himself, be swore, so
helped him 01, be would murder
the villian, and the i ram
from too reliable a source, to i
Crane jumped the townafewdays
ago stating that be would be back in
Jf-ptember, but we hardly think
even his impudence would venture
Mr. Crane followed th? trade of a
tailor In Indianapolis, till he was
employed as an agent of the Equi
table Life Insurance Company.
Since coming out hpre he has fol
lowed a dissolute life, and is now
denounced as a black leg and liber
Owen Conley was hauled up for
being drunk, and was discharged by
Judge Wilbur yesterday afternoon.
The Bellevue Grove, one of the
pleasantest retrtiaui Jii the State,has
been leased by Messrs, McAusJand
and Martin, and is being fitted up
in magnificent style for the accom
modation of picnic excursions. It
is a good projeet nd one worthy of
A Mr. F. A. Cuthrie patentee
for an improved tent is in town in
n rather reduced financial conditiou
owing to being robbed in Iowa a
short time ago on his way to this
place. He is trying to dispose of
his valuable invention to obtain
money enough to get home.
There was a lively seUto be
tween two women, yesterday
f on Pierce street, near Tenth. Alter
calling some pretty hard names, and
mussing each others' back hair,
they finally k'ssed and made up.
A Put TJp Job.
Mr. Monell, of the firm of Fairlie
fdfMbnell; came near being the vic
tim of a put up job. One Voss
caled at Mr. Monell's dwelling and
representing ijmself toMrs. M. as
a piano tuner sent by 21 x "eJ'er
& Bro., to .e her piano all to pieces,
under the pretense of tuning it. The
piano was .innnueiy more out ot
tune than before he touched it, but
he demanded $8 as his payment
for the job. Mrs. Monell had
sense enough to see her husband
before meeting the demand and
upon his stating that he never or
dered a piano tuner, the bill was
refused. Mr. Monell called at My
ers' and Mr. Myer said they had no
such person in their employ.
The fellow was evidently spook
ing around prospecting for a bur
glary. All persons are warned of a
piano tuner by the name of Voss.
GEHRKE 'George Edware,
Infant son of Charles and Annie
Gehrke, on the 7th July, 1874.
Funeral will take place from the
residence, C10, 13th, street at4 p.m.,
on the Sth inst.
And WALL PA1TER.
r I am now closing ont my rem
nants of Carpets, 0:1 Cloth, Mat
tings, and Wall Paper very LOW.
Call and f-co prices.
John B. Detwii.ER.
14th street, between Farnham and
- A RARE OPPORTUNITY
to'secuke a good home chrap!
An excellent cottage with foiu
large rooms rurnished in the best of
style, with half an acre of grmnd,
fronting on two streets,under a high
state of cultivation, plenty of large
shade trees, and small fruit, such as
grapes and currants. Only $500.00
in cash to be paid down, and the
balance in monthly payments. On
ly 15 minutes walk to 13th and
'Farnham streets. For particulars,
jy 7 3t Care of Bee Office.
Omaha, July 7th, 1874.
Creditors of the late firm of Wein-
.stcin& Kolls are hereby notified
to send in their bills to the under
signed, within twenty (20) day
from this date,
THD DEAD PRELATE.
Impressive Funeral Services
From the moment of the sad an
nouncement of the death of the
venerable Catholic Bishop of this
diocese, attention ha3 been centered
UDon the day fixed for his funeral.
The tolling of the bell the mourn
ful feeling which such sounds create
these were little when compared
to the depth of sorrowwhich thrilled
the hearts of the entire Catholic
Monday, until quite late, crowds
of people were wending their wey
to the church to "engage in silent
prayer some to act as watchers, or
as a guard of honor over the corpse,
and atservices this morning, thous
ands flocked to the church to be
present at the removal of the re
mains from the Parochial residence
to the place prepared for their re
ceptim in the Cathedral. The
scene after mass was very affecting,
the throng going up one side of the
aisle to look upon the familiar face,
in death, of their beloved Bishop,
and making their exit on the other.
The dead Bishop was dressed in
full canonical robes, and his face,
lying in the coffin, wore a serene
and natural expression. v
Tears flowed copiously from many
eyes, the young and the aged blend
ing their tears over departed worth.
Preceding the solemn requium
mass, the office of the dead was
sung by the assembled clergy ; after
which the most impressive of all
the ceremouies of the Catholic
Church took place the "Requium
Mass." The mass was sung by an
efficient choir of well-trained voices.
The Bjsshopof Chicago, the Right
Rev. Dr. Foley ; and tlie Bishop of
St. Joe, the Right Rev. Dr. Hogan,
and nearly all the priesteof this and
adjaopnt dioceses were present. The
sermon was preachod by the UUbop
of Chicago Dr. Folpy. It was elo
quimt, frelinjjandable; but at times
j roveroml gentjepi.iij betrayed
much emotion. t tue cmoMob
of the sermon, the vast congrega
tion took their last, long look at the
lace of the doad,
The corpse will lie ill tato until
5 o'clock p. in., and then the caoket
will be lowered to the vault under
the high altar.
Thus ended the last riles of
the Church to a distinguished
prelate and the last earthly hon
ors to a worthy gentleman and ex
The Cathedral was most tastefuliy
decorated in mourning. The fol
lowing ladles took an active part in
completing the decoration, viz:
Mrs. Col. Burke, Miss 8. OonneJey,
Miss Crawford, Mrs. John Creigh
ton, Mrs. McSbane, and Mrs. Cum
mings, while Mrs. Harman
Kouttze sent a magnifieant wreath
The Casket was a superb piece of
workmanship, elegantly mounted,
and was from the workshop
of Jacob Gish.
From beginning to end the deep
est sorrow was visible, and during
the long burial service, though the
heat was intent, and many were
obliged to stand, yot the desire to
show respect to a good man, and
honor a life which had added lustre
upon an entire people, caused many
to linger after mother earth had re
ceived her child.
Dr. Reiiner is in town.
J.L. Lovett left yesterday for
the West on a prospecting tour.
John Hall, after a visit of a day
or two in Omaha, left for his home
at Burlington, Monday.
Miss Bernette and Miss Earl left
I rle East Monday via the C, B.
ior i .
Mr. John Griffith and Dick tu.
rie will start for Minneapolis this
Messrs. Cattle and Roberts left
yesterday for Laramie to pur
chase grazing lands for stock.
. Several of the Georgia excursion
ists have returned from a trip to
Salt Lake, and are stopping at the
Poppleton, Woolworth, and
Briggs, left for Davenport Mon
day, to attend the U. P. and B. &
M. land tax cases.
Captain E. VanSicke, of the Pa
cific Mail Steamship Company, left
Monday for New York, via St.
Miss Georgia Gaylord, one of
Omaha's musical favorites went to
Laramie Mondaj' to spend
several weeks with an intimate
The Honorable J. Cutlibertson,
brother of Mr. Edwards Cuthbert-
son of this city, went west yester
day, after a few days spent in
Little Charley Bunce, the junior
poet of the Hatting establishment,
went East yesterday on an ex
tensive tour through the whole
country. Charley has been carry
ing the Bee for some-time, and
saved uphis money for traveling ex
penses. He was unattended and
for a mere youngster the undertak
ing is rather precarious.
The following are the arrivals at
WM Madden, Chicago; Miss C
Hardy, Wisconsin; P G Harring
ton and wife, do; A Wallace, De
witt; Chas L Thompson, Chicago;
P C Carpenter, Des Moines; A Rach,
Chicago; Moses Sweitzer, Boston,
Mrs. Emma Cosand, Albany, Ore
gon; Tnos ii xtauney ana iamuy,
do; BF-Balngolf, do; JH Blunell,
Des Moines; Mrs Northrope, .New
York; O E Doane, Chicago; P
O'Keefe, do; W P Cooley and wife,
do; J Wallace and child, North
Platte; Z M Johnson, do; Ben F
Gardner, Lincoln; 9 31 Harris Vir
ginia Hugh N On", Cheyenne; Re
R Hays, St Louis; Mrs Connell and
child, do; Wm McClaif, Lincoln.
THE SCHOOL BOARD.
A Lone and Interesting Session
Consideration .of Teachers
Election of Superintendent.
The Board of Education met Mon
day night pursuant to adjournment.
President Saunders occupied the
chair for the first time since his
election. A large number of the
members were present, and the
meeting was as interesting as it was
Mr. Buck resigned his position on
the examining committee.
Rev. P. C. Hammond was
granted the use of tho Burt street
school property until it might e
brought into req'iis'tion by the
The following teachers weie
recommended by the committee on
teachers and text books, as first
assistants at salaries of $75 per
month: Misses Balcombe, Bar
nett, Knowles, Foos, Cockran,
Green, Weeks, Richards, Taylor,
Stanard and Stewart.
The following were also recom
mended as Second Assistants, at
salaries of $65 per month:
Mrs. Field, Misses Earl, Stull,
Drake, Ketchum, Butterfield,
Lyons, "Slaughter, Richards, Whit
more, Jennie McKoon, Hetty Mc
Koon, Mayer, Blair, Mrs. Parker,
and Misses Hooney and Ray.
A motion was made by Mr. How
ard Kennedy, to insert the word
calander in the resolution, regulat
ing the employment of teachers,
thus requiring a full month's ser
vice instead of four weeks. Carried.
After a heated discussion, and the
losing of several amendments, the
report of the committee was adop
ted by a majority of g.
The Secretary was instructed to
advertise for coaled proposals for
supplyjntr stjljoneryaml fue for the
The salary of the Superintendent
was fixed at $1,800 per annum.
Mr. Baldwin nominated Prof S.
D. Beals for Superintendent
Mr. Morris nominated Prof. J. B.
Several applipatians. from abroad
were received, and one aspirant
ruined his obances by enclosing his
The first ballot resulted, Beals 5,
Linn 1, Martin 1, Bruner 1.
The second ballot resulted, Beals
5, Bruner 3, Kellum J, Hart 1.
The third ballot resulted, Beals 5,
Bruner 5, Hart 1, Kellum 1.
The fourth ballot resulted, Beals
G, Bruner 5, Hart 1.
Mr. Bruner said he had been ta
ken by surprise. Ho thanked the
gentlemen for the compliment, but
could not serve as superintendent if
Mr, Morris moved to adjourn one
week. Motion lost,
lhe fifth ballot resulted, Beals 7,
Hart 2, Bruner 1, Kellum 2.
Mr. Beals was declared, duly elec
ted, and the secretary directed to
The following principals were
Prof. Kcljom, High Schoo), $180
per month; Prof. Snow, Central,
$160 per month; Prof. Brunner,
North, $150 per month ; Miss Anna
Foos, South, $100 per month ; Miss
Jennie McKoon, West, $75 per
Bki.t.evue Grove, twelve miles
from Omaha, on the line of the B.
& M. R. R., and 100 yards from the
depot, has been improved for picnics
and private parties
UV M'AUS&AND & MARTIN.
All engagements for the grove
will be made through
jy7tf. 242 Douglas Street.
AT 228 FARNHAM STREET.
LADIES, CALL IN FOR
CLOSING ! !
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 tcill MAKE them
SEE OUR NEW PRICES.
Grenadines, worth -
25c for 15c
40c for 30c
$1 00 for 75c
$1 00 for 75c
Summer silks worth -Japanese
LLAMA lace points, sacques and
scarfs at most any price.
Shawls at a great reduction.
Good striped shawls at $1.50; Cash
mere Shawls, ALL WOOL, atS1.75;
a lot of BROCHE Shawls at $5.75,
PARASOLS at 20c, worth SOc. A
large lot of very fine ones to be
A large lot of bleached and brown
muslins at 9c and 10c to be closed
out at Bushman's.
je 20 eod tf
Type Fob Sale!
A Font of Bourgeois Type, of
which ths is a sample, weighing 600
lbs. This type has been in use on
the Daily Bee less than one year,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms Ac., address
m f. Publisher of the Bee.
Saloon tor u for !)
Inquire at the Bee office.
jkfTolves in Sfieeps Clc thing.
to Fremont, Neb., July 6.
I was astonished yesterday to dis
cover thatjfiTr. J. W. Davis had
actually taken the stand before the
public to preach against corruption,
denounce monopolies, high railroad
tariffs, &c, &e?S
1 could scarcelybelfevd that a ew
years could effect soinarked a
change iu human sipathies as
has apparently been done in this
instance. I was anlekiploye when
the Union Paciflcrailroad was
being constructed, when this mau
Davis was in the ringof Credit
Mobiler plunderers, wh"en he kept
a most detestible hireling, M. B.
Sprague, to do the verylowest work
of villainy and imposition upon
poor laborers. I remember when
he and Duraut, to cover up certain
frauds which were ' Known to
have been practiced in' the
head departments, got upnsham
investigation, and after pro
curing the known clue tojall irreg
ularities, quietly managed to get
them covered up. I rememherAhe
poor laborers and they were hum
buirired bv the hundreds, who were
swindled by paj-ments of a circulat-
iug medium of J. v. xavis"anu
associates, which many hold'yet
to-day. Who does not remember
when Davis hireling "SpraguV' was
odious to honest laborers that; -he
had to kejp behind the protecting
bayonets of Uncle Sam's fdespotic!)
soldieis tcavoid receivlngjthe lynch
law, practically enforced. How
was it that the names and doings
of his associates were all kept in the
dark. How was it that he or all
of them by some mysterious moans
be bevond the reach of the law.
Mr. Davis is indeed the man to
exnose corruption ; he understands!
how it is done ; he has talents ; he
could beat backpay salary grabbers
all hollow. By the way, wherewas
he during the Credit Mobilier inves
tigation ? Did he, like his brother-in-law
Train, play the lunatic ? Or
was he toiling on his farm to raise
money to redeem his "inflated cur
rency ? Or was he studying law,
to see how a man can live sumptu
ously on the interest of his debts, by
placing his property in the hands
of relatives and friends ?
Farmers and mechanics, if you
allow yourselves to be drawn into
the approval or support of such
pojjtjpaj demagogues, bewe you
are not treated as was the railroad
employe, who, after furnishing all
.iotw requisite tn pv j; zf
men in office during a sham inves
tigation, was told, a few days later,
that he was a strangor, and had
never Keen seen by tins' imp'oster,
who, of all others had been instru
mental in introducing him to Du
ant, and exhibited an extraordinary
amount of zeal In ferretting out the
truth, in order the better to hide it
If the railroads charge high tar
iff's, it is because they have had their
life-blood neany sucked out at the
outset ; if corruption exjs.ts in our
government, it Is because people are
too easily misled by the soft-palaver
of demagogues who would cry "stop
thief" to divert attention from their
I trouble you with these few lines
because, knowing what I do, it is
disgusting to' see so much allusion
to corruption, ete., from such preg
nant sources and be silent.
An Ex-Employe of the U. P.
Geo, H. PfiTERSOif, tbepjoiieer
cigar manufacturer, keeps- con
stantly on hand tho very best
brands of cigars, and also T.one
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas street.
CHEAP FOR CASH,
The maxim of a cash system, is
as apparent to the public at large,
as to the economist. Therefore, we
earnestly advise a! to take advan
tage of thp opportunity now offered
them, by calling at P. H. Allen's
Creighton's Block, third door south
of the Postoffice Luilding and ex
amine h!s stock of groceries, which
consists of the choicest assortment in
the city, making yourself familiar
with his prices, thereby convincing
yourself that he is capable of afford
ing cntiie satisfaction to all, and
that in patronizing him, you will
, J or Hale Cheap. Desirable
feaidencb propeity,''nl 14th 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, aiyl is equipped with coun
ters and shelving in complete
order. No place in the State affords
greater inducements for additional
J usiness in general merchandizing.
Terms easy. Elam Clark.
A first-class waiter at Peycke's
Restaurant. . june6-3t
SySEE McKellicon's card
second page. june2-tf
Yolk's Hall, free concert every
evening by Professors Celarius and
Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography,
Reading, Spelling and Penman
ship during vacation. Terms, $5
G. R. Ratiiburn, -Principal
ICE CREAM: ! ICE CREAM ! !
H. L. Latey's is the place to go
for this very necessary commodity,
Dyeing, c.eaning and repairing
done in tue neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
lOth'Stjbet. Famhamand Douglas.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner Hth street.
From 5 o'clock in the morning
splendid coffee, strawberries, etc.,
are to be had at the French. Coffee
Souse, No. 4S5 Twelfth street, be
tween Farnham and Harney.
NQTICE. Advertisements of To Let, For
Sale, Loci, Wants, Found, Boarding, c wUl
be inserted in. these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVE CEFJS per Une. The first insertion
nerer less tharr TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
-ITT-ANTED A girl to do general housework.
'Vf Enquire at J. K. IsH'S Drug Store,
Farnham, bet. 13th and 14tb streets. Jy7 St
WANTED V nurse, at N. W. cor. Capitol
Avenue and 17th streets. jy" It
FOR RENT A good dwelling house oa
North side of dimming, between 19th
and 2yth streets. y7 Si
mO EFFECT A SALE THIS WEEK I offer
X at a decided bargain and at less than cost
my residence, the most desirable site in China's
Addition, 3 full lots, brick house, six rooms
fine cellar, well, cistern, brick walks, stable for
three horses, house for four carriages, woodshed
Ac. Grounds stocked with fruit, vegetables
aud flowers. Price J3000. Terms easy.
W. T. SEAMAN,
julyGtf. Wholesale Pater Dealer,
181 Farnham St.
GIRL WANTED To do general house-work
in a small family. Inquire at
jj6tf HALL'S FOUNDRY.
LO. T Sunday morning, July 5th, one bay
mare; S years old, 14 hands high, star on
forehead. The finder wiU be rewarded oy
returning h;r to J. R. HOEL, cor. Cummlnjs
and 13th street. y6 St
CTTANTED IMMEDIATEL1 -A girl to dc
VY house-work. Apply 331 Davenport
street, between 17lh and 18th. y3tf
FOUND ESTRAY A black mare about 9
years old, and about 11 hands high. The
owner can Qnd her at the N. E. cor. of lith and
Chicago streets." JOHN STEPHINS.
OOMS FOR RENT Furnished or un-
lurmsneu; Irum nve to ten dollars per
month. Enquire of MUS. O. li.
531, Tenth street.
QTUAYED OK STOLEN One black mare,
k3 with white spot on centre of back and
little scar over left e e. A liberal reward wl'l
be paid for her return or for any Information
leading to her recovery. 11. Vi
, Douglas and 13th sts.
EOR SALE One ol the easiest riding cov
ered buggies in the city ; and 400 acres of
land in Saunde.s Co., within 30 miles ot Omaha.
jy2tf Dr. L. F. BABCOCK.
mure cf -
WEBBER & BEHM.
iOK REST House ou ljth, near Davenport
f tree. jcSOtl S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
FOR RENT House on 9ih and Jackson sts.
JeSOtf S. A. TAILOR 4 CO.
EOR RKNT House on Chicago, near 16th at.
tf e30tf S. A. TAYLOR A CO.
WANTED To buy some largo young iron
gray horses. Apply at Omnibus Office,
arandj.entral Hotel. je30 lw
T7IOR RENT. Suit of rooiqj for rent, fur
quire at 619 17th street.
A. nisoea or uuiurnmaeu, wun 004714
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP House and lot
for $,0C0 1 cast half of lot 2, block 147. Oma
ha. Enquire of TRUMAN BUCK,
JeZTCt At the office of the County Tress.
WANTED Day boarders, at the couthwe-i
corof I0h and Harney sja. jt&tt .
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc, immediately, at
the employ meat oflce,room 9 Visscher'shlecki
ANTED Acnesp uxiu m exenange ior
I WILL SELL SECOND-HAND Carriages,
and one Hearse, cheap for cash or trade, as
1 need the room far new ones,
jeloatl. Q. W. HOMAN.
Celebrated Pea-nut Roasters ; also one Lung
Tester. Inquire at MERRITTS Restaurant.
IOR SALE-160 acres of land, being the NE
ot seclS, in township 13, N ol K 4 .. in
the SE part of Butler ccunty, SO miles North
west of Lincoln. A well improved farm ad.wlns
it on the west, and country all around it is
thickly settled.- Will sell for 8500, one half
down, balance in one year, or 33 00 per acre in
cash, or will trade for city property. Apply to
TO TaIE PUBLIC The undersigned has
purchased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, some of the finest carriages
e ermanufactured in this country. Thcr -jilfbe
run to andfnna the depots, h6tels anil private
residences. All orde left at the Metropolitan
Hotel, or at the stable, near e cor of Eleventh
st and Capita! Avenue, will be prompUy at
tended to. A share ol the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
E. T. PAGE, Proprietor.
10th St, bet. Farnham and Harney,
Ml All A, NEB.
Free Buss to and from all Tramt.
Passenger for other Hotels or private Resi
dences, carried lor 25 cents.
BS- All orders left at P. n. Allen's, 2d door
from P. O , C Wilson A Son. cor. 13ih and
Harney, and the City Hotel Office, will receive
prompt attention. )J7lm
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING A FLOUR-
ING-JflLL ON BATTLE CREEK IN
MADISON COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
Sealed proposals wUl be received by the
Secretary of th -Madison County Joint Stock
Company at Norfolk, Neb., untU 4 o'clock,
r. M., July 18th, 1874, for building a Grist
M1U, Dam and Race. The mill building to be
30 by 40 feet, 3 stories high the first story to
be 9 feet In the clear, tLe second story to be
10 feet in the cleir, the third story to be 12 feet
in the clear; roof, (2-5) two-fifth pitch; foun
dation to be sot on plleing, (K) ball oak and
(ii) cottonwood; Dam to be (17K) seventeen
and one-half feet high, and (10) eighty feet
loDg.'to be built of brush and logs ; the race
to le (C2) sixty-two rods lone, average (6) six
feet deep, (12) twelve fet wide on tne bottom
and (13) eighteen feet wide on top. To be com
pleted read v for machinery by November 1st,
1874. Payments to be secured as follows:
Three thousand dollars on November 1st, 1874,
onn thousand dollars extTf (90) ninety days
until lull payments are made,
Material lor the Data can be procure! within
two miles from the mill site. The Board ol
oxaeiva the right to reject all or aay
of the bids offered. ,1 -i
J. B. GIBBS, J. fa. .rcii.t.iii.1..
The Bee Job Printing House
EXECUTES ALL Il.XDS OF
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
VERT EST ST C
AKD AT THK
Lowest Cash Prices.
Competent workmen are In charge of. th
several departments, and FIRST-CLASS work
will be turned out In either
English, German, Btrwnran,
or Danish Languages.
BW Orders may be left
ng Room or forwarded
eceive prompt attention.
at the BEE Count
by mall and wil
G-EO. W. ELKINS,
1916 & 1918 Miuket.Str,
Grain, Flourf Seeds.
EnedtltiM i Iwltrj lWt Icpa.
FOR WROUGHT IRON
Sealed Proposals for Wrought Iron Bridges,
accompanied by Plans and Specifications, will
be received by the undersigned, untU 4 P. M.
July 7th, 1874, as follows;
For 1 Bridge, 40 feet in length, 24 feet roadway.
1 "30 " IS "
" 1 " 40 " - 16 "
"1 "45 " IS "
Said Bridges to carry 60 lbs. to the square foot
factor safety of four.
Proposals to give also price per foot for driv
ing 14 In. oak piling.
All Plans and Specifications to be furnished
without expense to the City.
The CoaniU reserves the rigot to reject any or
O. C LUDLOW,
Omaha, July zd. 1374. julj 2d3t
FKUPO8AU FOR STONK.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
the Office or the City Clerk, of the City of
Omaha, until 12 o'clock, noon, June 30th, 1874,
for the deUvery of Stone sui'able for cioss
walke. Also common Ruble Stone, In such quantities
and at such times as may be require 1 Ior the
use of the City, payable in city warrants
Bids should be addressee c the undersigned
and endorsed "rroposals for Stone." Bids will
bo opened at Council Meeting, June 30th.
The right is reserved to reject any and. all
By order ot the Council :
fii Citv Clerk.
F. A. PETEKS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
So. 9ft Farufcana at. bet. 15tk lOtb.
A LL orders and repairing prompUy attended
rttoiml satisfaction guarranued.
iCaah paid for hides. d39t1
Coriix of Owning ui Twatyagona streets
"" The finest lager baer coo
gtantly on hand,
JeW-Sm CJIA8. WEYMULLER, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL SEALER IX
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
TOBAC 0 AND PIPES.
a5rCaIiforn!.i Wies acti Brandiw.Ta
Fa(nr of IMU and Dodge streets, opposite the
new Post Offlie building, Omaha, Neb- Je23tf
OJGABS AND TOBACCO.
236 Harney street, between 14th and 15th.
In all It Branches, in
the latest and most
HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHINU
and repairing done on short notice,
WgodJ Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BUIQ S' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Cbl ago Streets. Uood Hard
Wood J7 00 ; Soil $5 00. S ove Wood to soft
any number o stove very cheap. sp!8tf
TEEITSCHKE & CO.,
Ani Geaeial Provision Dealers,
8. W- Cor. Jackson and 13th Sts-,
Keep a superior stock of Groceries, Provisions,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and sell cheaper
than any other house in Umsha. jy3 3m
171 Farac am , 8. Cor. 11 ti St.
8. W. Cor. of Mth ani Hirnsy 8U.
JUSTUS KESSLEB, Proprietor,
JEITZ HAFJlEll, Prop'r.
No. nODouglasStreet, corner 11th, Omaha,
Nebraska. Board by the day or week.
Between 9th std 10th.
CHAKLES FELDKRMAN, Pre.
K 0.830 f ixteeatb 8trt,
Opp. Jefferson Square, - OMAHA, NEB.
JOSEPH rOVEi Prpr.
Day and week Board at reasonable raes.
First-class bar attached to the hou&
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent Wheels, Finished Gearing, 4c
AxleM, Sprfrfs mad TJdl!e Sfttias
Carriages, Sacks i Buggies
$twlefach.r "Ware Depe.
Vrt . D. A. MOITETT,
564 Fourteenth 8t
je30Sm MAHA. HKJI.
J. O. SZ.A.TTJCR,
Dealer 10 Staple and Fancy
Plgbest prjea jald fgr Country Produce.
Bfjefc fttff, B; B. P. ISA CaicafO fttfc,
imi 9JWHA, NE?T
The King of tfcsSEWII,
Realms Tf Finance.
SLES EOR 1873:
In Round NuWrs 232,444 Machines!
TtBelne over One Hundred and
Sini Machine Comnanv during
It willhai lybedenteu .pon such
THE SINKR MANF'G CO.
W, N.VNASON. Agent,
2llpoUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
X J. BROWK, & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
Q3C A JXJL, 35T"E3B
STEFXE & JOHNSON,
533 cm.d 540 Fourteenth. Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGKE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCESSORS TO CREIGHTON aN3 MORGAN
IVo. Zdlo Farnham Street.
WHITNEY, B ATJSERMAN fc CO.
No, 247 Douglas Street,
AHKXTs FOR THS DUPONT POWDER CO.
AND DEALERS IN
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
je 1 ARbERS SOLICITED AND PROM PTI.Y FILLED.
a.. :e3. s i nvr if s o isr,
- -MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN1 CIGAKS.
532 1 ,iB,orE3Easri,H: st.
C. L. A. KLATTE,
288 Dodge Street, 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I Lccp cons ;ntly on band the finest stoVof Broad Cloth, Cassimcres snd Vesting;
which I am prepared to make up in the mo.t fashionable styles and to suit the most iAstidiout,
at the lowest possible prices. jelOdly
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 Farnham Street, - - Omaha, Nel)
Kurtz JJohra (Jo
DRY GODDSjHOSIFRY, GLOYES and KOTI0XS.
231 Faraxbiam Street,
OMAHA - USHEIB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS LN
STAPLE AM FANCY DRY 60GDS'
Shelf i Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,'
A rPT.TTT.TTP AT.
TUKKgllKBS. JIAK,V1,:STEH.RK,EItfoWKH8- DB,Lt" HEEBfcRjJ.
CfSIlI-"l,A;B."i rMmrm -
246 Douglas St , QmiU. ITefrrMfc.
Wines, Lpors, Cigars,
hw Old Eentqckr WlLjkitt aid
MsarjM nyTA'PTA. 'KF'ETB.
er,) i . w.i
.3021.5 n,& FAZpCS IIT :
Tti.Rnrt; ,-,-. ...lif !..-, irl p Irer'Rallroad Cb.otfcrs liest laa'ssnow prie ool?!!
credltitercen iireA -J Til.bSS premlumof 2Qperc.nU on the axuounlof tb
5StM Ui 12?U ciufateJ. within two yesr, from dale of parehas..
LARGE DEDUCIOXS FQR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of Platte, loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
ThpR.AM R.CwUlserarvjatLtJM.OOOacreiof.pleulUprlsnJ.aeTlcnnural.'laad fa
a weU'wstered'rouni ry,..t from II ! to $7.00 per acre on lgogcred It.
South of he Platte
The Comi soy owns a Ur?e bo ly o the bst Ian I In N.brarta, l?"?' ' "
Sd iTjTiui I lo its rsUroil an I in the largest sn I best d.velope I put of tho State, a. a so la ta
LousJfrtuollcan. Valley. ForclrcuU-saolfull iofomatloa apply to
C. B, SCIULLIB, Agent B. & M. Land Office,
Or qemcral LtM Dtfxiimtmt, Uacda. Jfa
WORLD as pre-eminently as Gold Reigns In the
n Tnounna more jj"" - - .. -,j j
. f..tl. In,. tK.n wra a'.l ..v .n V tit i0T
. ..., , ..- c: i. ... 1- .!.
that tne superiors i it iui . . .. --
Boots and Shoes.
f ua. . mw
Iport-I.ioo4 a Sfpclallr.
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