Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1874)
IE OMAHA BEE 1
FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
THE 03UHA DAILI BEE
T terred to eubacnber. by curtar, w any
SiSit,Mdr.00lru.uo. "" paid
Ja SSStataU about lrregularitl-, ""j-
tbkSSEriU receive prompt '.
to tw!iilAH.T Bh baa by Ur the
tSaEST drculation In the city, ni i.
ttSoS, U tart and cheapest advertieing
'SaXi OF ADTMXMiaa. Ucal notices, 25
tj per line; load advertisements, 20
UPWlllke: tyU month, 10 cent. o
KSSSS'iBirted lorleae thn50 eentt.
S3uBoUeee, 10 cents per Une; eingleineer
.hfr&Siu must lnva.Zably be
tat te S& advertisements hy pecl
V??!. .1 wim. Statement!, Tabular
"SLdSI and Local UTertliemeutt before two
1C tfmuaatau for the Wiaw"
mblfcSdUi before Monday noon, tor the
use week' true.
Ureal aad Clesla ef Hailsia
CtVraten o'clock a. u. to insure Iniertiou the
aOCTB pea. QMS.
Chloco end aU Eaitern cities, Nebraska
wMaUicriouto, Council BlutU and Burling-S'VlMatl030a:m-,clee.at4Wa.
uJlJSit and St. Joseph, due at 100 - m.
Jd V Ip. .; closes at 1:S p. m. and 4:) a. m.
Oopeo Sundays troni 12 to lp.m.
u" "" ft. . yooT. roitmaiter.
iKBIVAL Ail DEPAKTUKK OF
Wlm cad of tbe BarUnRton Boute
.....nv.TIl AMOVE ATOUAIIA.
KtXJLitM P. V. I Express .95 A. H.
SX?Z00 L 5. Mall... 10:15 P.
MuSSy7Spted. Monday, excepted.
?tU U the only line running Pullman Hotel.
'a'L SS&VlL TitShtK.b.
Daily Kxpreefl MiS
5Sy Mixed J:r-Jf-
Sni lffht 5:00 A.M.
3.00 P. M.
10:00 P. M.
Daily Freight 6:1 A. a.
oiro. Bock IpUb
ffi-eSSJA tiondw. excepted.
Cklcmco & Northweifra.
fp- City, St. Jo. & Council Blnfla
Aal.i s (fortkwalrn and Sloex
w" Cltr raeltlc.
BlaUSxpreM 8:15A.M. 2:15P.M.
m Dally except Sunday .
OmnlboM and BasKaSJ Wagoni lcare the
Srcorncryarnham and Ninth Btreeta, nl
JSuTS taSranco or the aboro Kallroa.
Mt.BVEttClStCK'i xae jaRCU-
AVATIOX of tUeDAItT BKB la more
lluta doable that of aarlotUer daUy
aar aablUkeda Xebraaka.
Pevcke'e ResUurant and Oyster
rooms. JTiie leading house of the
id:" 307. Parnham street, between
"Jwelfth and Thirteenth. Jeb24tf
An informal meeting of the
Merchant's Club, was held last
evening, to do the honors to Mr. E.
The Trinity picnic, at Hans
comB' Park, Wednesday, was a very
enjoyable affair, and only marred
by the storm towards evening.
Frank Butney, a soldier, was
arrested j-esterday morning for being
drunk, and as fined $1 and costs,
in default of which he was sent to
No one appeared against the
colored boy "Wm. Brown, charged
with stealing a watch, and he was
discharged yesterthy afternoon.
The meeting of the Sunday
School "Union adjourned "Wednes
day night, on account of the weath
er. There was a meeting last even
An electric phenomanan was
observed during the storm "Wednes
day night The lightning ran along
the telegraph wire, and rung the
fire alarm bell.
TheMilo base ball club met
last night The members re
joice in the acquisition to their
nine of Joseph and Oreen Stephen
son, two of the finest players in the
The largest colored funeral ever
witnessed in our city took place yes
terday, on' the burial of Mrs.
iLewis, a widely known and respec
ted lady. The funeral train consis
ted of 23 carriages.
The female barber establish
ment just started in our town, will
die for want of patronage. It is gen
erally understood how women comb
hair. This is by far a too flagrant
piece of barbcr-isni for the present
stage of civilization.
X sleepy looking individual
accosted us on the street j-ester-day
and complained that the dogs
in his neighborhood had disturbed
hlsslunibers for six months. Ho
desires ihe authorities to bhoot them
A very nrecable gathering was
held "Wednesday nightatRewStew
art's,ln spite of the inclement weath
er on the occasion of the birthday of
Mre. Stewart. A handsome birthday
rift of $50 was presented by the com
pany, besides several other presents
An old beggar woman called at
Charlie Whipple's Wednesday, and
panted a paper for his perusal.
TfcTpaper affirmed that she, the
iareTVas dumb and in indigent
clrcuBUncc-S, and any donation
Joaid be thankfully received.
Siarlieaskod her what she wanted.
She signified that a silver napkin
rfnl 71 watch, or any such tri
?"!L Sfc verv acceptable. Up-
hli cruelly refuaiwr the demand,
suddenly recovered her speech,
and broke out in a most abusive
tiraie. Charles could only silence
.inniJnir thatls to say by
iMlnr""ff" twenty-five eent atarap j
,, "f T " " '"
Wednesday night's storm was
not a circumstance to the dusty hur
ricane yesterday afternoon.
The Round House at the Mis
souri Valley junction, was blown
down "Wednesday night
That piano tuner, Voss, has
been trying his put up jobs again.
He aDPeared at Mr. Copeland's, Mr.
Vischer's and Mr. Morrow's. His
usual enquiry is, "How is your
piano now?" He is thought to be
either a thief or a fool. In either
ease confinement is his proper meed.
Lewis Johnson was "Wednesday
night united to Carrie Johnson, by
Judge Peabody. The lather of the
bridecroom was named John John
son, and the maiden name of the
j bridegroom's mother was Lois John-
1 George Johnson, aud the maiden
I name of her mother was Ellen
Johnson. The ancestry is traced
back so far that we are convinced
that the name of the first man was
Adam Johnson. "W? forgot to add
that the name of the witness to the
ceremony was Anna Johnson.
The following is the general
committee of arrangements of the
Omaha Fire Department on the
annual review and parade tp take
place in September :
Chief Engineer John UaUigen,
North Omaha Engine Company,
jSo. 1 R. E. Allen, A. E. Love
land. Fire King Engine Compau No.
2-1. W. Miner, H. C. "Walker.
Nebraska Engine Company, No.
3 E. B. "Willis, Charles Simpson.
Pioneer Hook and Ladder, No.
1 F. L. "Williams, "W. P. "Welch.
Albert Able went West Wednes
day. Miss Mary Morgan has returned
from a trip to the East. -
Prof. A, F. Nightingale, the for
mer Superintendent of our public
schools, arrived from Chicago Wed
Charles Russel, agent of the Van
dalia and Pan Handle Railroad, is
stopping in the city.
Mr. Joseph Richardson, one of
the U. P. directors, arrived in this
t'ity Weduest'ty, from New York.
He will leave for Utah in a few days
on business relative to Utah railroad
matters, in which he is largely in
terested. The following are the arrivals at
W S Kellogg, New York; D N
Smith, Burlington; WH Reed,Chil
icothe, O.; DrG W A Clough, do
M O'Niel, Denver; E S Smith U P
R R; John Sheppard, Detroit; Mrs
games and Chld, Chicago; Mrs E
Cook, do; Mrs S E Barrott and !
ter, Galesburgh; W T Porter and
dauShter, Patilek, Iowa; R McCor
mack, California; Henry Clark,
North Platte; Wm M Lee, jr. Cen
tralia, 111; Frank Devine. Ashland,
Jb; J P Palmerton, do; R R Clark,
Des Moines; Wm EPS180"! ?latts"
moath; R Porter, city; A L. Mc7
The Proiptrity of the l"orth.
E. L. Emery.returned Wednesday
from a trip to Fort Calhoun, to de
liver his bull, "President 15," to
Messrs. Rohner, Frohin & Co., who
have purchased it for $000. The bull
is No. 12,021, and has long been
known to the farmers of
the State as one of the
finest bred animals in the
West. Mr. Emery says that it
Is absolutely wonderful, the growth
and progress of that portion of the
country. Nearly every farm has
several-blooded animals, and their
stock raising and orchard culture
should be the pride of Nebraska.
Ihis success Is due to the enterprise
and Industry ofs-ich men as Rohner,
Frohin & Co., Chris. Rathman,JMr.
Flutcher, the Warwick Brothers and
Jim Steward, of Blair.
Wanted A- second cook, with
good references. Apply at Peycke's
Rock Spring, Wyoming Coal!
$9 per Ton, delivered.
Orders received by J. J. Sutphen,
north side Farnham street, between
32th and 13th streets; and at the
yard, 11th street and R. R. cross
Dyking, c.eaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,bet. Famham and Douglas
Fkom 5 o'clock in the morning
splendid coflee, strawberries, etc.,
are to be had at the French Coflee
House, No. 4S5 Twelfth street, be
tween Famham and Harney.
Bklixvce Grove, twelve miles
from Omaha, on the line of the B.
& M. R. R., and 100 yards from the
depot, has been improved forpii nics
and private parties
i:y m'ausland a- martin.
All engagements for the rrove
will be made through
jyTtf. 242 Douglas Street
loi: fciALE Wieap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V. Buckley.
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 theState affords
greater inducements for additional
lusiness in general merchandizing.
Terms easy. Elam Clark.
aff-SEE McKelligon's card on
second page. June2-tf
ICE CREAM ! ICE CREAM ! !
H. L. Latey's is the place to go
for this very necessary commodity.
An Interesting Quarrel Growing
ont of the Granger Pic-nic
Plenty of Pistols bat no Coffee.
Mode of Farming at Xlknorn.
The officer sent to arrest there
fraetorv Brenner at Elkhorn. re
turned yesterday bringing with
him his prisoner.
Brenner had been complained of
before Judge Poi er, for a wilful and
malignant assault upon the com
plainant, one Mr. James Appleby.
The accused waived examination,
and was bound over in the sum of
$500 bail, in default of which he
was committed to jail.
The circumstances of the case de
velop an interesting display of tem
per, and a rather dangerous flourish
of fire-arms. It seems that at the
Granger picnic an altercation arose
between Brenner and the son of
Mr. Appleby, which was about to
end In a brawl, when the elder Ap
pleby interfered and smote Brenner
over the eye.
Brenner immediately entered a
complaint against Appleby at Wa
terloo, and had him bound over in
the sum of $300. Upon returning
home Appleby ordered Brenner to
take his calf, which was picketed
on his premises onto his own
JJranner refused, when Appleby
pulled up the picket-pin and give
the calf more rope.
At this Bremner waxed wroth
and blazed away at Appleby with a
rifle. Failing to hit him he blazed
I away with his shot gun Appleby
thought Uie neignoornooa nai sui
ting rather warm and entered a
complaint before Judge Porter.
That so much weal should be de
stroyed by veal is a deuce of a deal.
A Chapter of Accid.nt:.
Dr. McClellan had seeul cases
of surgery Wednesday1. Tiie two
most important were the imputa
tion of John Rusmusscn' tLunib,
which was cut in the second joint
while stripping dried hides in Hun
tington & Sharp's ; and the ampu
tation of the forefinger on the left
hand of Charles Kendricks. Some
two weeks ago Mr. Kend.icks
, mashed his hand in a railroad acci
dent and he was obliged to havo
his finger amputated; MortWpa
tion set in and yesterday it was
obliged to be reamputated.
CLOSING ! !
SALE op SUMMER DRY GOODS
Tirc have bought too many goods
We arc 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.
Summer silks worth
25c for 15c
40o for 30c
81 00 for 75c
$1 00 for 75c
50c for 35c
Japanese silks, worth
LLAMA lace points, sacques anu
scarfs at roost any pnee
Shawls at a great reduotlon.
Good striped shawls at $1.50; Cash
mere Shawls, ALL WOOL, at $1.75;
a lot of BROCHE Shawls at $5.75,
PARASOLS at 20c, worth 30c. 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 Bcshman's.
Gko. H. Peterson, the pioneer
elgar manufacturer, keeps con
stantly on band the very best
brands of cigars, and also Tjone
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
2.11 Douglas street
Volk's Hall, free concert every
evening by Professors Celarius and
Closing out sale of summer Boots
and Shoes. They must be sold at
Boots, shoes, and s-lirperi, the best
and cheapest stock in the eity. No
goods warranted to rip. Children's
colored shoes sold at 10 cei.ts on a
dollar. Henry Doiil.. & Co.
In .order to make room for ray
large fall and whiter stock, I now
offer my spring and summer stock
at greatly reduced rates, below the
original cost. J. H. Stein.
AT 228 FABNHAM STREET.
LADIES, CALL IN FOR
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street corner 11th street,
DR. POWELL, office 215, Farn
ham street tune23-tf
485 12th street, between Famham
and Harney, has been enlarged and
repaired. Separate rooms for ladies.
Tca wam and soda water, and the
mostsplendid cup of coSre, etc,to al- I
ways to be bad. my23-d2taw tf '
OUR TWELVE FATHERS.
Animated Meeting of the City
Council Heated Discussions
and Aspersions on onr
AZeview of the City's Finance!,
aid the Proper Methods of
Pattee'i Opera House Engaged for
the Season by the Celebrated
At Wednesday night's meeting ot
the City Council all members were
present with the exception of Brown
An ordinance was passed appro
priating $45,410.51 to liquidate lia
bilities up to July 1st.
Mr. Stephenson argued the fast
driving ordinance with considerable
logic, but its consideration was in
definitely postponed, as was also
tho ordinance relating to hacks and
It- was ordained that ISth street
should be extended to the south
side of Lake's addition.
An ordinance was passed permit
ting hotel owners to employ runners,
provided a $500 bond be given to
the city for the faithful discharge ot
duty, and the careful handling of
bags and baggage. Licenses to cost
$25 per year. Runners for any
merchantile house or firm $50 per
year. No license to be issued for
less than six months.
The Grace street extension matter
was referred to the committee on
streets and grades.
BIDS FOB GRADING.
Proposals for grading were opened
as follows :
P Reily, at 20 cents per cubic
yard, for 300 feet; over that, one
cent per yard additional for eacn
Patrick Welsh, 30 cents per cubic
A J Hanscom, grading Howard
street, 29,000 yards, and Si. Mary's
C. L. Bullard, Fifteenth street, 21
cents per yard.
John Reiley, Fifteenth street
from Howard, 25 cents per yard.
D. Hahnehan, Fifteenth street,
24V cents per yard.
Thos. Swift, Fifteenth street, 3S
cents per yard.
Patrick Welsh, Fhteenth .trct,
25 cents per yard.
Jery Leary, Fifteenth street and
St. Mary avenup, 3S pents per van.
Peter lessen, Howard street,
from Fifteenth west, and on St.
Mary avenue, 271 cents per yard
Jerry Mahoney, Fifteenth street,
l 25 cents per yard.
Luke McDermott, Fifteenth and
Eighteenth streets, 2"i and 2G1
cents per yard respectively.
F. M. Moore, Tenth and Fifteenth
streets, at 15 aud 2g cents ppr yard,
O. Benderson, Eighteenth street,
at 20 cents per yard.
James Hodges, Eighteenth street,
27 J cents per yard.
John Peterson, Sanders street,
23$ cents per yard.
F. r. ifoqre, '('entlistrpet, at 15
cents per yard.
L S BulIard,Tenth street, 22 cents
per yard, including the grubbing.
On Eighteenth street, 22 cents per
Hans Johnston, Tenth street, 14
cents per yard.
A P Ivanstrom, Tenth street, 10?
pents per yard.
Dave Hanahan, Tenth street, 18
cents per yard.
Isaac S HasoalJ, Tenth street, IS
cents per yard,
Jerry Mahony, Tenth street, 17
cents per yard.
Only two of the bids complied
with the demands of the ordinance
in regard to securities. President
Gibson tnought the issues v.f too
great importance to let so trifling an
irregularity in the bids stand in the
way of their consideration.
Jdennan Stephenson moved that
the contract be Jet to Hans Jol'in?
son, for removing dirt on 10th and
Bancroft streets, at 14 cents per
yard, provided he enter into secu
rity by Friday noon.
At this iuncture Alderman Camp
bell delivered an able disquisition
on the state of the city finances,
showing that the tax of ten mills
was inadequate to the establishing
of permanent improvements, and
shoirid. only be used for its intended
purpose, viz: k.eepng permanent
improvements in repairs; that if it
was necessary these improvements
should be made, let bopds be issued.
Mr. Campbell quoted from the city
charter, and demonstrated his state
ments by means of flcures. He
alo reflected upon the managejnght
of last year's council, whiokwas ta
ken up by President Gibson and
other injured members of last year's
The utility of the street railway
was attacked and defended by the
truism that whatever permanent
improvement was made, it would
enhance the value of property and
eventually reimburse any outlay.
The motion wa3 finally put and
carried without division,
The giadlng of Fifteenth street
and St. Mary's Avenue was award
ed to A J Hanscom, by a vote of 9
The grading on Fifteenth street,
from Howard to Izard, was awarded
to LS Bullard, and thecontract for
Eighteenth streetwas awarded to O
The clerk was instructed to re
advertise for bids for grading on
Saunders' street. The Mayor was
authorized to contract with parties
who have received contracts.
Bids for bridges were opened and
referred to committees on sidewalks
and bridges and streets and grades.
Mr. Stephenson moved that Pat
tee's proposition for city offices,
1600 per year, privilege of five, be
Carried, and the Mayor instructed
ts draw lease,
HOW THEY SWALLOW US.
Visible Effects of Our Decay.
Subscribers to theVEEKLY BEE
since July 1st, 1874.V
G V Allen,"1
J E Jones,
j ASHLAND, NEB.
O H Jacobson.
R L Cornwall.
V B Houck.
James E Davis.
Jno G Tellford.
S S Muzzy.
J W Creager.
B F Collinsworth.
. W B Hammop.
C C Davis.
. George R Oaks.
S D wight Paddock.
.ELKHORN STATION, NEB.
Jno Britton, Geo A Hess.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Wm Lee Park.
J C Wright.
VALLEY STATION, NEB.
W H Hartford.
L D Stoddard.
PLUM HOLLOW, IOWA.
SOUTH DENNIS, MASS.
W S Underwood.
S L Blanvclt.
AV xV Hutler,
J AV rarkor,
AVinilrem & Bun ton,
W F Borden,
Albert J 'icott.
PLEASANT HILL, EEB.
J T Halladny.
J at Alexander,
J 2l A'an Duin.
Ben F Hay Jen.
A K Simpson.
SHELIi CHREK, NfiB,
Subscribers to Daily Bek since
July 1, 1874.
- DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA.
PLEASANT HILL, NEBRASKA.
C T Howard.
AV B Parsons,
Col. E F Bishop.
C E Hewson.
Hough & Ash.
ST JOHNSBRUa, XT.
AV J ConuelJ,
Miss Jennie Bees. "
Geo K Mooney,
URAND ISLAND, NEB'
Geo H Thummell.
Farmer & Knowles.
J 0 Lockwood,
AValsh & Putnam,. -Fred
Jvahler & Fox,
' Col O AA'ilson,
A G Scott,
Hawley & Burks,
Cobb, Marquette fc Moore,
J M Robinsoi.
C M Parker,
Lejghton & Drown,
Chapin & AVatson,
Bich & Opperheimer.
M H Sessions.
H AV Bail.
S E Sawyer,
J R Manchester.
G AY Gratton,
D St Goyer.
TO SECURE A OOOI1 HOME CHEAP J
An excollent cottage witb fouj
large rooni3 finished in the best of
style, with half an acre of gnimd,
fronting on two streets,under a high
state of cultivation, plenty of large
shade j-ees, aud small fruit, such as
grapes and currants. Only $500.00
in cash to lie pajd down, and the
balance in monthly paymonts
Fifteen minutes walk to 13th and
Farnham streets. For particulars,
jy 7 3t Care of Bee Office.
Type Fob Sale!
AF'ont of Bourgeois Type, of
which th;s 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 &c, address '
w f. Publisher of the Bee.
Saloon for kup or rent, cheap.
Inquire at the Bee office.
NOTICE. AOTerUaemenU of To Let, For
Sale, Loci, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, vUl
be Inserted in tbee column once for TEN
CENTS per line; etch aubacquent insertion,
FIVE CEFIS per line. The first insertion
never less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
I HAVE ON HAND an assortment of hunt
ing and pleasure wagons for sale cheap.
G. H. HTC1IETT, Carriage Shop,
jr9 5t 23S Harney St., opp. Chequered Barn.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE-Room No. 1. nouth
east corner 15th and Douglas Sta. Want
ed Immediately, serTant girls, farmhands., car
penters and laborers, also real estate bought and
sold, and taxes paid tor non-residents.
J. W. FISHER,
jyStf Omaha, Neb.
WANTED A girl to do general housework.
Annlr tn J. J. BROWN i BRO.. Cor.
Douglas and 14th Sts. jjStf
A GIRL to do housework wanted DR.
ISAAC EDWARDS, 1S1 Farnham htreet.
WANTED A good laundry girl; also i
cook. Best wage paid and p-rmlnenl
place. South East corcer Capital Avenue and
19th street. jjSSt
AUCTION Parties wishing to buy fine
furnltmeshould attend C. Wilson & Son s
Auction on Monday, July 13th 1871. Sale to
take place at Mrs. Lowe's two-story brick
house, No. 162 Harney street, at 10 o'clock,
a. ii.; 10 rooms t II completely furnished.
Parlnr furnitufr. 4 bed-room sct. 8 Brusell
carpets, cane-scated chairs, marble-top side
board, Elicnen ana uinjjm-room lunmun-,
nair matiratses, woven
mat trasses, Ac.
Tbe above is a rare cnai
aiiAttnn aln nnitllTA-
e?only enumerate a
few tf tie best articles.
e sure 10 auenu tue
N 4 SON,
LtTT ANTED A girl to cook, wash, Ac., or a
f v man ana nw wiuj iuc uuu iu uim
.work; perraane t sltuat'on. Inquhe of or
address E. P. CHILD,, at Barracks. jy8tt
WANTED At Pniladelphia House, Dodge
.a- .. n Irtik ami 1 ItVi immarii.
te!r. one cook; a woman preferred. Also,
klTT ANTED A girl to do general housework.
?W Enquire at J. K. 1SITS Drug Store,
".' 1 ?. toil .lik ..ua tf7
xarunaul Uol ihu auu niu aucvia. jj -
FR RENT A good dwelling house on
North tide of Cunimlng, between 19th
and 20th streets. W 3i
CI7 ANTED 1MMEUIA.T.'EL1 -A girl todr
W house-work. Apply 331 Davenport
treet, between 17th and 18th. jy3tf
EOB SALE One ol the easiest riding cov
ered buggies in tbe city ; and 400 aires of
laad In Saundo.s Co., within 30 miles ot Omaha.
jy2tf r. I F. BABCOCK.
TOKE TO BENT 193 Douglas street. In
quire of WEUUtK Jt Bfctlil.
SOB REST Bouse on 15th, near Davenport-.
; itree. jeouu o. a. iaiuuu 2J
SOB RENT House on 9th ana jacKson sia
j je30tf S. A. TAltLOK A CO.
IOR RENT Ilouae on Chicago, near ICth st-
JCOUV& " MVJ u. WW.
'ANTED Day boarders, at the touthwest
cor. oi mm anu uaruey suw jwju
WANTED Servant girls, carpenters, farm
hands, laborers, etc., immediately, at
tbe employment oBlce.rooiu 9VIsscher'i.blck.
WANTED A cneap uxui in exenange lor
merchandise. Address, Farmer, BK
I WILL SELL SECOND-IfAND Carriages,
and one Hearse, cheap for cash or trade, as
1 need the room for new ones.
jelSdtf. Q- W. HOMAN.
FOB SALE AT A BA KG .YIN One of Gale's
Celebrated Pea-nut Roasters ; alo one Lung
Tester. Inquire at MEBEITTS Kretaurant.
TSORSALE-lnOacreaof Jand, beina the NE
r Mottecli. iu township 13, N of It 4 In
he &E part of Butl.vT county, V) miles 3
wpstnf l.inmln. A well Im. ToVtdfarm a
it nn ihn west, and eountrr all aiound
thicklr sfcttlru-' Will ell for ?50), onealf
down, balance in one year, or $3 00 per acre In
cash, or will trade lor city property. Apply to
U1T21U ANDREW EOSEWA1 EU.
TO T.IE PUBUC The undersigned has
purctased and put upon the streets as
public conveyances, some of the finest carriage
e ermanufactured in this country. They will to
run to andlrom the depot?, hotels anf pn'vaje
residences. All ordp-s'Jeftlat the Metropolitan
HotiL or at the stable, near a e cor of EfervntU
Ht and Capital Avenue, -cUl be promptly al
tended to. A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
TIIE COMING STRUGGLE.
Tiie voters of our nation,
As neVr was known before.
Are rising from Pacific's stran4
Tq Allautic'a rocsy Ihoce."
Why It ihVs mighty cbange?
What cjd the meaning be ?
The rising of tbmases
From northern lake to southern sea.
Tbe spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' graves
Forbids a nation drenched in patriot.' 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 fordefense.
Party ties and party law
Are but as ropes of sand.
Tbe tights of mm tQ be a man
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shsU our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly greot
The emblem of tbe free.
In trade we'll try to deal.
As man should deal with man.
And while we seek to live ourselves,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can,
And If a hat you need,
Or fnesd you chance to mee,
Remember Bunco, the Hatter,
On Upper Doughs Street.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS who solicit
orders by CARD, CATALOGUE, TRADE
LIST. SAMPLE. OB OTHER cPECIMMr,
also those who visit their customers and solicit
trade by purchases made DIRECT FROM
SiOCK, and who travel In any section, by
Ti-il . T ua11Im atiM laa nt mv.f flpa fm
a a- ' . .1 I. lilTCTVrkf m.A XI
:ker sell. Mid L7 wham employed: o
II?. . 11 .f a t nniln tin atinairAntant
ThU matlei isrof GREAT IMPORTANCE
INDIYIDUALLA' to salesmen of this das, or
men soliciting trade in this manner. It la'
therefore ESPECIALLY desired that this
notice may meet the eye o! ALL Commercial
Travelers and Salesmen in this country and
thf t they will AT ONCE give it their ac
tion. Those who comply with above request
will be COFPENTiA.LY treated and duly
care Gfo. P. Rowell A Co., 41 Park Row.
jySeodlm New Yobk City.
The Bee Job Printing House
EXECUTES ALL KISDS OF
BOOK AXD JOB PBJXTIXG
VERY E ST r . :
ASD AT TUB
Lowest Gash Prices.-
Competent workmen are In charge of the
several departments, and FIRST-CLASS work
will be turned out iu either
English, Germatr, Bohemian,
or Danish Languages.
KM- Orders mar I Mt at the BEE Connt
ng Room or forwarded by mall and wll
ecetve prompt attention.
XT. P- Soap ractoryl
Situated on the line 'of the Union TaelBc
Railroad, nfr the powder bouse. Manufac
tures fi-at-claas soap lor home consumption.
luneHt-lr m J
at? n. OnAFEUDAY. Agewtawaut-
lbc people olelther wtx, youBf -old, puke
moremoney at work lor na la tWr apare mo
menta cr all tbe tim tkM t Mfthtnc els.
Addiaa STLNSXjM CO.. FsrHemL Malar
nnofim in Willi urn iiuii.iijvi uu. a ua
vitp ATirmircc n hlow, stattnir oLiu c
I s- H
PKOPOSAtFOR BRICK SEWER.
Sealed Proposals will be received by the un
dersigned uutll 7 1-2 P. M., July 14, 1S71 for tbe
construction of a Brick Sewer acres bt Mary c
Avenue, bet. 17ih and ISth Sis.
Proposals to state the price per foot.
The work to be done according to plans and
specifications on file in the City Engineers of
fice. , ,
Bids to bo opened at next meeting of the coun
cil. O. C. LUDLOW,
JySdSt City Clerk.
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT,
564 Fourteenth St.,
VKUPONAliS FOR STONE.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
the Office of .the Cty Clerk, ot the City of
Oniahj, until 12 o'clock, noon, June 30th, 1S74,
for the delivery of fctone suitable for cios
Also common Buble Sone,in such quantities
and at suchfmjsJaV1" required for the
use of the CltyfipMtle In city warrants.
Bids shouli bewQIssedt c the underslgn-d
and endorsed "rTapoials for Stone." Bids will
bo opened at Couneu,Meelnp, June 30th.
Tbo right Is reserved to reject any and all
bids. . .
By order of tbe Council :
r O. C. LUDLOW.
ijrtOd Citv Clerk.
rAV. A. i'jKTiSKS.
SStklle and Harness Maker,
ANU CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
No. 974 Famham . bet. 15imtlGth.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to nd satisfaction guarranued.
sTCasu paid for hides. ap39rl
Corner cf Comings ad Twenty-secoai streets
The finest lager baer con
stantly on hand.
Je-23-Cra CHAS. WEYMULLER, Prop.
P. N. GLYNN,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALKE IX
LWines, Liquors, Segars,
P. TO U CCO AND PIPES.
J jre-Cahfonla Wines and Brandies."!a
Corner if lj'h and Dodge streets, opposite the
new Post t)nice buildiug, Omaha, Neb: je25tf
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NF corner Ftrnham and Eleventh streets,
OMAHA, ... NEBRASKA.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BUIG S' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chi ago Stnets. Good Hard
Wood $7 00 ; Sott S5 00. SUive Wcod to uft
any number of stove very cheap. aplStf
TREITSCHKE & CO.,
Ana! Gcneial Prorisloa Dealers,
B."W- Cor. Jackson and 13th BU-,
Kep a superior stock of Groceries, Provisions,
Wines, Liquor and Cigars, and sell cheaper
than any other bouse iu Uuiaha. jy3 3m
171 Parnntra , 8. " Oor. lltt St.
OMAHA - NEB
E. T. PAGE, rrojirlctor.
10th St., bet. Farnham and Harney,
Free Buss to and from all Train.
Passengers for other. Hote's or private Resi
dences, carried for 23 cents,
3-All orders left at P. II. Allen's. 21 door
(row P. O , C. Wilson 4 Sim. for. 13th and
Hrney, and the City Hotel Office, will receive
ntoupt attention. Iy71m
8. W. Cor. of 14-a izl Hararj Ets.
JUaTLS KESMER, rrrpripfor,
FRITZ HAFUEB, Prop'r-
Ko. 170 DouWa Street, cornr 11th, Omaha,
Nebraska. Hoard l.y tbe day or week.
felwecn 3th aud lGtb.
CHARLES Ft LDEKM A9T, Irop.
t o. 620 cixteeatt E're't,
Opp. Jefl. rson Square, OJIA II V, XEB.
JOSEPH HOVE, Prop'r.
I)ay and wctk Board t reaonal.Ie rates.
i-Iril-ciaas uar aiiacc4ti io lue iiuu?u.
238 Douglas St.,Om?Qia, Neb.
Patent Wheels, rinlsled QeirJij, 4c
Axles, Springs and Tliimb'e Skeins
Carriages, Hacks m Buggies
Stadebacfccr "WaROii Depot.
J. O. SLATTER,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
Highest price paid for Country Produce.
Brick Store, 8. B. Cor. 16th & Cticajo Ets,
jeMtl OMAHA, XEB.
The Klnor the SEWING MACHINE WORLD as pre-eminently as Gold Eelgni In the
Realms u Finance.
SALES FOR 18T3:
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines!
I ItBeing over One Hundred and Thirteen Thousand more Machines than were oM by any other
i Sewine M.oLIntf Con can v duiin the same tir'e.
It will hjr ly bedenini ..pun such evidence that the superiority of the dinger Is iu Iv it
THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
W. N. NASON, Agent.
je :,0. 212 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
538 and 540 Fourteenth. Street.
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
CDlaLJEBlJii., . - - - 1TEB
MORGAN Sc GALLAGER.
SUCCLSiORS TO CREIGIITON aX? MORGAN
No. Zdli Farnham Street.
WHITNEY, B AUSERMAN & CO.
Ho247 DoiogXas Street,
OMAHA, - - 3STEB
AUK.NTS FOR TH
OLARK & FRENCH,
AND DEALERS IN
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
A.. IS. S I !&. 1? S O 3ST,
--MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGARS.
S32 E'lZFrrEJEOSTTia: ST.,
CHEIG-HTON BIiOOK. sp20c
C. Zi. -A.. SLATTE,
288 Dodge Street, 2d Door East of 16 th. Street.
I Veep consjntly on hand tbe finest stciof Broad Cloth, Cassluieres nd Vestlngs;
which I am prepared to mule up In tbe most fashionable styles and to suit the most fastidious,
at the lowest pef sU.o prio s. JelOdly
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 Fffriilinm Street,
JOBBERS OF .
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnhaaa. Street,
OMAHA - - - I5TEB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS TS
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS3
Shelf a Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,'
TIIKICSIIEUt!. nARVKSTKnN,RKAI'UUI,MOWiCnR. DKILL. MKKUiUlH.
COnX-.AS1fEU VUYW4, CCLTI VATOBS, II.Y.
KAKRt ASiD WAGONS. mebUy
246 Douglas St.. Omalaa, ITebraska.
Wines, Liquors, Cisars,
IFiaOlil Kentucky iWliUklcs and JaiporfM.'iiOOtM a Spwlallr.
L239DOUO.I.A8SCl CKT A f3"A TsTJlJJ,.
(IMWCii 1HUCS.J X-eWir
HOMES and FARM
The Barlu;ton au-1 MUwurl P IverlEallroad
rrcditatCtiC n lntpreat. a d -1 hal"nu
crcuiiaiopc. ceE..inurea, a u "-
purcnaae,u nail ttie una is cuiuticu, -""--.
LA11GE DEDUCIOSS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
North of -"Platte, loup Fork
T,.Tt Tf p-iCo.wUlserahoatI,(30.(OacresofsplnHlcradnrandiUaItnral:Und 1
aTelli-aUred'rtuniry.ttlrou. Slfl to7.00por areonlonjcrlu
South of he Platte
1-, ..nvnwnalavblro'the bst Ian 1 In Ssbraia, interetlbr anatroaa rime
JWrrul pmoUtseSut., a. also la th
aSMsVaVliean.VaUey. ForcireuUrsaaliull InloreaUoa apply to
C. RSCHALLtR, Agents. & M. Land Office,
ContcrofXlBtk aad FaraltaaSti., ObuIw
Or Geaeral Laad Deputawaii UmcaiMtStm
DUPOXT POiTDEU CO.
ND PROMPTLY FILLED.
Boots and Shoes.
S I2T UXBRJiS
Co.. ofcrs Wtaa allow pricej on 10 yemV
preoilumof 20percnU on tho amountol the
t- . data of nnrehaM.
and Elkhorn Valleys ?
Powered by Open ONI