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THE OMAHA BEE
THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPEE OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA. DAILT BEE
Ii aerred to subscribers by carrier, to any
rrtcil the city, erery eTenlng, (Sundayi ex
cepted,) fifteen cents per week, or W.75 for
ix months, and $7.00 peranuum, when paid
All oompUlnU about Irregularities, addressed
thli office wiU reoeire prompt attention.
TBS Oxaha Vaivt Bkx will be mailed to
subscribers at the following rata, jableinTa
$7.00 per an ium.
3.75 " C.-ontha.
Tbjc Omaha Daily Bkk hat by far the
LARGEST circulation in the city, and is,
terelore, the beat and cheapest adTertlaing
Kates of Asvxxrmxe. Local notice, 25
eenta per line: local adTertisements, 20
eenu per line; by the month, 10 cents. No
adTertlaeaient inserted for leas tasn SO cents.
Special notices, 10 cents per Une; aicgle inser
tion, not leas than 25 cents.
Transient abi Ttiementa most InTtrlably be
paid lor in adTanct.
Bates for atanding adTertisements hy apedl
ajl legal oucaa, Btaiemenia, aaDuisr
before lea o'clock A. x. to insure insertion the
Mjecial and Local adTertisements before two
'feOfk at. ...
Advertisements ieiore one o'clock r. K.
All advertisements for the Wsjcxlt Bek
most be handed in before Monday noon, for the
same week's iarue.
UtltlYAL AM) DEPABTUitK OF
Time Casd of (be Berlliiatoa Route
T.KA YE OMAHA. AKB1YK AT OMAHA.
Express.- 20 P. X. Express .9-.55 a. v.
MaU 5:00 A. X. Mall 10:5 P. X.
Sundays excepted. 'Mondays excepted.
This is the only line running Pullman Hotel.
D. XT. Uixcaicocr, HaeetP Deuel,
Gen'l. W. Pass. Agt. Ticket Agent,
Chicago, 111. Omaha, Neb.
Ii!W KrnreM 11:80A.M. S.OOP.M.
Dully Mixed :45P.M.
Daily Freight 5:00 A.M.
uailr Freight 6:11 A. ii.
Cfalreo( Rock 1 land &. Facile.
Mall 530 A.M. 10:10 P.M.
uzotcs 2S0P.M. tlO.OOA.M.
Sundays excepted. jMondays excepted.
MUM.-. 5aCA.M. 10:40P.M.
Sxprew.. 2JP.M. tiaUOA.
ar... dtTt t. Jo. 4c Coanell BlRaTa
JWomlng Express.. ..650 A. M. 10:00 A.M.
alTenlne Kxpreas....2:S0 P. M. 6:40 P. X.
enutna 4c rTorthwestem sua SIohx
Citr A- Pacific.
Mall Xxcrcas 6:15 A.M.
Dally except Sundays.
Ostnlbnaea and Baggage Wagons leave the
ffice, corner Farnham and Ninth streets, nf-
een minntei in advance of the above Hnllroad
OpemiB? art Closing
of JUlls Ih
A.M. P.X. A.M. r. X
C. V.B.R. - 220 110
S.V. W. K.B.. 11:0C :30
E.L4P. K.K.. 110 130
p.ak.R.Bjt HU 4J50
B. A St. Jo 7:0C 4U50
do do.. .
U.AS.W.R 30 100
O.AM. W.K.B. 2:50 7.45
QilrT and all Eastern cities, Nebraska
CSty, Plattsaujnth, Council BluOsand Barling.
toD, dueat 1030 . m., closes st 4J0 a. m. and
St. Louis and St. Josppb, due at l(h00 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; closes at 1:15 p, m. and 4.30 a. m.
O&oe open Sundays lroui J2 U 1 p. m.
0. E. YOST, Postmaster.
TOADTEKTUKIS xne viRCtT
X.A'1'IOS or the DAILT BKK la mere
(hasaaJonble that ot anyoilter daily
paper pttfeiULted.ln Kebraska.
Peycke'e Jjgtaurant and Oyster
rooHis. The leading house of the
kind. 207, Farnhaoi street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. ieb2tf
The card-writing machine has
. been kept pretty active lately.
Those funny folks, the Yokes
family, will very probably play a
night or two in Omaha nest week,
on their way to California.
The grasshoppers have put in
an appearance in Saratoga precinctj
and are going through things right
-Archie, infant sou of Mr. Al.
IiOvehvnd,died yesterday morning at
3 o'clock. The funeral will take
place to-day at 9 o'clock.
Wirth's Grand Central beer
hall has been supplied with patent
fans, which are constantly creating
a cool breeze in that resort.
The agricultural implement
trade of our Omaha houses thus far
'has been very heavy this season.
F. D. Cooper alone has sold one
Edward Fox, the "Modoc" cor
respondent of the New York Her
ald, left this city yesterday for Iiara
xnie, to join Custar's Indian expedi
tion. - -The firemen want a big alarm
bell, and threaten to resign unless
the City Council shall appropriate
for that purpose the money received
from the sale of the old hand en
gine. Captain Carr, head postal clerk
of the Central Pacific, left this city
yesterday for "Washington, to sign
a contract with Sam. Bryant, the
Japanese Commissioner for estab
lishing the post! service in Japan.
There is a movement on foot
to employ a man to take charge of
Hansoom Park, and keep the boys
and all mischievous individuals
from destroying the trees, improve
ments, birds, etc
B.E. B. Kennedy objects to
the grading of St. Mary's avenue,
as it will damage his property to the
amount of $2,000. lie has instituted
proceedings by injunction to restrain
the contractor; Mr. Hanscom, from
going on with the work.
We wish all our enemies could
be made to serve as newspaper re
porters just for two or three days on
days ssclt as yesterday was. "We
think tthey - would soon cry
"enough," and become convinced
that a reporter's life, in the hot
dull months of July and August, is
anything but enjoyable.
At the meeting hist night of the
committee of arrangements for the
annC.il parade of the fire depart
ment, it was moved and carried
that the department have a ball on
the evening of the parade, and the
following committee on Music and
Hall was appointed, vie Allen of
Xo. 1, Miner of No. 2, Willis of JSo.
3, and Williams of the H. fc L. The
City Council has appropriated $250 J
The Baptist Sunday School pic
nic in Hanscom Park yesterday was
a pleasant affair, and was especially
enjoyed by the little folks.
The coming pigeon-9hooting
match between the Omaha and
Council Bluffs Sportsmen's Clubs,
will afford another opportunity to
the tender-hearted Bergh, of the
Herald, to puff himself into an ec
centric notoriety. He ought to or
ganize that "society for the preven
tion of cruelty," &c., at once.
Mrs. L. M. Johnson's Ladies'
Bazar, in the Grand Central Hotel,
on .tarniiam srreer. is one 01 iue
most elegantly furnished and best
stocked establishments of the kind
in the city. The line of la
dies' furnishing goods of every de
scription -is very extensive, and
dress-making is made a specialty.
Mrs. Johnson is an experienced fit-
nn.l ..tt onil Tuji-tnn1Ir cil.
ici uu tuiin, ui w,... j -
perintends all the work done in her
establishment. She has built Up a
splendid trade, and now employs a
large number of experienced dress-
United States Marshal Daily is in
Indiana on business.
Sam. Jones returned to his farm
Major Belcher and fam ily left yes
terday for a visit to Ft. Bridger.
Congressmen W. K. Steele, of
Wyoming, went west yesterday.
W. H. Lawton left yesterday for
the West, to be absent a week on busi
ness. Manager Child, of the Chicago
Life Insurance Company, is in the
city on business.
Postmaster Yost, after an illness
of ten days, was able to be out yes
terday,and in the morning he vis'ted
We had the pleasure yesterday of
meeting Mr. William Gierke, of the
Omaha Barracks. He looks as
hearty as ever.
Mr. George IrwiiT, of the hard
ware tfrm of Irwin & Ellis, has re
turned from a trip of several weeks
throughout the State and the West.
C. R. Carrier, operator at the tick
et office of the Chicago & North
western and Chicago & Bock Island
railways, has returned from a trip
to the north,
P. Knabe, the celebrated piano
manufacturer of Baltimore, is at
the Grand Central. He is on a visit
here to his well-known agents, Max
Gen. J. M. Thayer and wife are
in the city, the guests of Professor
Kellom. Mrs. Thayer has been
suffering from ill-health lately, and
she will leave to-day for Fort
Steele, to recuperate.
D. R. Fant, B. A. Sheidley, John
B. Little, J. H. Stevens, James
Lowe, G. N. Littlefield, Seth Ma
bry, and J. 0". peeines, all of Texas,
and heavily interested in the eattjo
trade, are stopping at the Metropolis
J. S. Gibson, president of the city
council, packed his carpet-sack yes
terday and went west, to be ab
sent eevpral days to escape the nu
pierous interviews of citizens with
him concerning grades and other
S. A. Taylor left yesterday for
Plattsmouth. It is said that he took
hisdiamonds with him, but we have
not ascertained to a certainty
whether heuniped the town or not.
It has beconie advsabp jn the case
of life insurance men to be parefu
In making such statements.
Mr. Mark Edwards, of St. Louis,
brother of Billy Edwards, the local
on the Union, is in the city on a
visit He was going the rounds yes
morning with Billy, and concluded
that a reporter's position, in the
summer months, is by no means an
enviable or easy one. He leaves for
Col. E. F. Sjnytlie yesterday re
turned from Chicago where he, in
company with John Smiley, has
been for the past three weeks in the
interest of the contemplated Omaha
Union stockyards. He informs us
that they have succeed in attaining
the ends for which they went east,
and that the stockyards are an as
The following are the arrivals at
W F Brookes, Fort Calhoun; X J
Miller, Dcs .Moines; C A Phelps,
Jas "Wilson and friend, Chicago ; G
Morris, St Louis; GF.Bague, Og
den ; F Denver, Council Blufls; JE
Getchell and wife, Mrs S Getchell
and child, Oregon; L L Teahcan, L
Kleckner, Spring Valley ; A H Mc
Alestcr, Burlington ; Carl "Peirce,
North Platte; Chas Edwards, Pa
pilliou; John Williams, city ; John
M Mickey, Osceola, Neb ; J A Wil
lett, Cedar Falls; B F Gardner, Lin
coln; W A lafford, Jule&burg, Col.
Tley'ro Ccaing The Grand Army of
The immigration of the hungry
grasshopper is eastward turning,
and they have already reached Ne
braska. Thei'were between Lara
mie and Cheyenne two or three
days ago, and yesterday they struck
the country between Columbus and
Schuyler, between which points, we
are reliably informed, a freight train
on the Union Pacific was delayed
twenty-tSree minutes by the uack
becoming so slippery from their
crushed bodies. The air Is filled with
them, and the ground covered with
them. As yet we have not learned
whether they have done any dam
age, but the probability is that they
have. The grand army will quite
likely reach Omaha and vicinity to
day, as some of the advance
guard are already here.
McKelligon's card on
A Snootics Baton Between Omaha sad
Some days since the Omaha
Sportsmens' Club challenged the
Council Bluffs Club to a friendly
contest at pigeon shooting. The
challenge having been accepted, we
append both documents. As will be
seen the date and details have not
yet been agreed upon and cannot be
until the subject of the number of
pigeon9 attainable is decided :
The Omaha Sportmen's Club
hereby challenges the Council Bluff's
Sportsmen .Club to a friendly match
at pigeon shooting, the losing side
to pay for tlie biros
The match to be shot during this
month, July, the Council Bluffs
Sportsmen's Club to name the place,
the day and the hour. -
The Council BlutTs'Sjftsmeii's
Club to name one or as many repre
sentatives as they see fit The Oma
ha Sportsmen's Club to name a cor
The Council Bluffs Sportsmen's
Club to name the number of birds
to be sLot at, and whether single,,
double, or single and double
If Omaha is named as the place,:
the Omaha Sportsmen's Club to
furnish the birds and traps. If
Council Bluffs is npmed as the place,
the Council Bluffs Sportmen's Club
to furnish the birds and traps.
None but members of the above
named clubs to shoot in the match.
The charge of shot to be limited
to lfc ounces; otherwise the rule3 of
the New lork State Sportsmen's
Association to govern.
If this challenge is accepted, the
underoigned to be notified at least
one week in advance of the time
named for the match.
W. H. S. Hughes,
Secretary Omaha Sportsmen's Club.
Omaha, Neb., July 3, 1874.
H'd Q'rs. C. B. Sports
iiEN's Club, Council
Bluffs, July 13, 1874.
Secretory Omaha Shooting Club :
Dear Sir: At a regular meeting
of the Council Bluffs Sportsmen's
Club, held on Monday evening,
July 6, 1874, the challenge of your
Club to shoot a friendly match at
pigeon shooting was read, accepted,
and Council Bluffs named as the
place. As soon as the necessry ar
rangements of birds can be made,
you will be notified of the number
to shoot, number of rjses, either
single, double or both, and the time.
By order of the President.
0. M. & C. C. R. R.
yhicb. Means Omaba Military
and Civil Capital Removal
Kearney Press, July 13.)
The O. M. and C. C. It. R. are
having terrible times just now, and
it is probable that the S50.000 Loup
appropriation will hardly have ' the
desired effect. This ring is composed
of several ambitious fellows either of
whom would not hesitate to take the
office of United States Senator, and
some of them might possibly be in
duced to take something less, say
governor or representative in con
gress. Ilut e truth of it is the
arithmetic has not yet been made
that will divide half a dozen offipes
among two dozen men and give
each man an office, Here thpn is
trouDle. It is probable, from what
we can learn, that the internal
feuds which are continually arising
in this ring of rings will be likely
to weaken, if not to break it alto
gether. Indian Newi from the Far Weit.
The following dispatches were re
ceived at Government headquarters
la this city yesterday;
w Ft. Fetterman, July 16.
Assistant Adjutant Gcneral,Deparl?
ment of Ifalte:
Captain Van Yliet has returned
from a six days' scout in the vicini
ty of Laramie Peak, and reports
that he saw no Indians, or any sign
of Indians. A. B. Cain,
Ft, Steele, July 10.
Twenty Iudians came withinhalf
a mile of the Post and took the
stock belonging 'to citizens, at 7 a.
m. L. D. Bradley,
Lt. Col. 9th lufy.
Fresh fruit and vegetables daily,
and of the very best, at John S.
Johnson & Co's, 2G0 Dodge street,
jy lG-eod 3L
The choicest, freshest table butter
in the city always to Le found at
Johnson & Co.'s, No. 260 Dodge
THIELE'S SUMMER GARDEN.
Don't forget the Grand Gift
Concert Friday Evenino, July
17th. Get your tickets in time.
ioi: bAL2 cheap. Desirable
residence property, on 14th street
Enquire of V. Burkley.
PARASOLS AT COST,
Snow Flake beats Any Flour
in the Market.
jlots Little & Williams.
The Grand Gift Concert' at
Thiele's Hall, is hereby postponed
until Friday evening, July 17.
Bellevue Grove, twelve miles'
from Omaha, on the line of the B.
& M. R. R., and 100 yards from the
depot, has been improved for pit -tics
and private parties
BY M'AUSLAND & MARTIN.
All engagements for the grove
will be made through.
jy7tf. 242 Douglas Street
BEST CALICO'S, EIGHT CTS.
PER YARD, AT CRUICK
ludian Curiosities at No. 170
Farnham street, corner 11th street.
It ii Rapidly Disappearing.
For the past few weeks M.
Coggia's comet has almost every
evening leen plainly visible to the
naked eye, and of all the heavenly
bodies has leen "the observed
of all observers.'' But within
the last three or four even
ings it lias been gradually fading
away. In fact the comet has
practically left us. It will still be
visible, by the aid of the telescope,
to astronomers; but as a popular
exhibition it is no more. It has
gathered strength in the northern
heavens for the past three months,
and will be intrinsically brighter
than now a few days hence, but will
shine to us only In competition with
the sunlight. After to-night, as we
learn lrom a gentleman well versed
in the interesting science of astron
omy, it will set before the expira
tion of twilight, and not rise to us
still after the morning twilight has
- At twelve o'clock Wcdncsdaynight
ifrfposition was right ascen
.slHBahours 49 minutes, north de
clination 40 degrees 40 minutes. It
is moving almost due south at the
rate of a litle more than 3 degrees
per day. Its present distance from
us is 32,600,000 miles. Wednesday
night tho head (nucleus) set at 9
hours and 35 minutes, and rose this
morning at 2 hours and 32) minutes,
beingnearly 5 hours below our hori
zonParties Avholive in the country,
. hapo tlia oil ia nnra nil ilia WAV
HUblW 111 M.L fUl. ... ... w
down to the horizon, may see the
head after dark to-night.
A portion of the tail will, how
ever, be visible to us for several eve-,
nings yet, stretching up between
the stars known as Upsjlon, and h,
in the Great Bear.Jhose being the
two prominent stars next below the
Dipper, and a little to the right, in
the evening. The tail will be seen
all the bettor for the absence of the
nucleus, its light being too faint to
be able to compete even with that
of the volume of rare gas which
moves in the cometary orbit
The comet will make its nearest
approach to our earth on the 22d
inst The readers of the Bee need
not be alarmed at the announce
ment, as they will not be made
aware of the lact in any other way
than as a result of' papulation.
Some superstitious persons enter
tain the idea that the comet will
"come it" ovor the earth next Wed
nesday, and knock it all out of
shape. Not so, however, as it will
proceed southward, and be visible to
the astronomers of Australia and
South America, till the early part of
November. It will then have been
visible about six months
and" a-half, and a coinparU
son of all the observations
will enable its orbit to be
determined with great ac
curacy. We shall then know
whether it is moving in a parabol'c
o.bir, njjver tq return fq us. qp
Whether it wjl have iv measurable
peiiod around our sun. In the last
case it may possibly prove to bo the
same comet that was observed In
China in 1737.
The numerous spectroscopic ob
servations that have been made by
yarjqus astronomers fif thjs pqmet,
all pojnt to the conclusion thqtjt is
pompqsed. of defiant gas, which is
a compound of equal measures of
carbon and hydrogen. The neucleus
appears to be much less than It was
two or three weeks ago, indicating
that the tail has grown at the ex
pense of the head, and supporting
the theory that the tall Is aotual
The place to order your family
supplies to nsure prompt dplivery,
is Johnson & Co,, 260 Dodge St.
In order to make room for my
large fall and winter stock, I now
offer my spring and summer stock
at greatly reduced rates, below the
original cost. J. H. Stein.
. For reason of remarkable low
prices I am selling my spring and
summer goods very rapidly.
julylO-tf J. H. Stein.
DELAINES, TEN CENTS PER
YARD AT CRUICKSHANK'S,
ICE CREAM ! ICE CREAM ! !
H. L. Latey's ia the place to go
for this very necessary commodity.
Another lot of that Snow
FiiAKK FiiOUB just arrived.
jul3-3t Littive & Williams.
STEELE & JOHNSON have
JUST RECEIVED ONE CAR LOAD OK
tiie CELEBRATED COLUMBIA
RIVER SALMON, put up in
half BARRELS AND IN CANS.
DR. POWELL, oCee 215, Farn
ham street luue23-tf
Choice Shore Mackerel at
jy!5t3 Little & Williajis'.
INVEST YOUR SPARE CASH
IN DRY GOODS DURING THE
SALE AT CRUICKSHAAK'S.
Dyeing, ceaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner, at the
STEAM DYE WORKS,
10th St,Let. Farnham and Douglas
Volk'sHatl, free concert every
evening by Professors Celarius and
Type For SaleI
A Font of Boargeois Type, of
which tbi is a staple, weighing 600
lbs. This type has been in me on
the Daily Bee less than one year,
and is nearly as good as new.
For term &&, address
M f. t
puVi;.V.. . ii. d.
fabiuber of tke See.
.and St. Anthony'i
Grand summer exc
an .to. St.
Paul, Minnesota, Dulut
perior, Bear Lake,
resuris, iii j.uuul-suu, .-.i
day, July 22, at 7 p. m.
Tickets for the round
sat f i
Paul or Minneapolis,
r. V v
Duluth $23.00, being le
half the regular fare.
for 30 daj-s, a limited
which can only be sold by the
nnnrb nirunf fim W fipiTTOV.
l""j "b1'"" ji -. .., j
163 Farnham street, ji'
Agent Sioux City & Saint Paul
J C Boyden, Gen'l Ticket A
Sioux City & Saint Paul R R.
F C Hill, Gen'l Ticl
Sioux City & Pacific
STORE BUILDING FOR
I will sell at a great bargaia
lot and store building in F
houn, Neb. The building ia
50 feet, and is equipped with
ters and shelving in comple
order. No place in theState affoi
greater inducements for additional
i. usincss in general merchandizing.
Terms easy. Elam Claek.
ALL SUMMER DRESS GOODS
AT COST, at
july lltO CRUICKSHANK'S.
THE COMING STRUGGLE.
The rulers of oar nation,
s ne r was known belore,
Ar- rls ng from Pacific's stran J
To Atlantic's rociy shore. -Why
is th s mighty change?
hat cjd the meaning Le?
The rising of the massn
From northern lake to southern sea.
TLe spirit of old scTenty-stx
From out our heroes' era' cs
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood,
bhould sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore,
1 housh obsolete long since,
Remain as ever true : not one cent foi tribute,
But millions for defense
Fatty ties and party Uwj
Are but as ropes of sand.
The . ighn ol man to be a ms n
Should govern Freedom's land.
Theu shill our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly greot
The emblem of the free.
In trade we'll try to deal,
As man should deal with msq,
And wh'Ieweseek tliTeo'irse,T(',
Wo'll sell as cheap as anybody cau,
And if a bat you need,
Or friend you chance to meet,
Remember Buuee, the Uatter,
On Upper Douglas Street.
ir. feltKBK. C J. KAEBA H.
(JKEUE ic k'AElUCH,
loth st. Letnecn Farnham and srney s's.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES AND CARJII VGKS.
Dealers in and maijulscturers of
PARTICULAR A T"ENTION PAI TO
K3-Rppalrlng nf wagons and blactamlthing
promptly done at reasonable prices mydAwg
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIG S' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chi ago Streets. Good Hard
Wepd?7 OOjSqftS 6Q- StRTe Wodd to serf
any number ol store Terr cheap. aplStf
SIAGISTKa OF THE DEPAUTKD.
If o. 498 llrth St, between FarnLim & Harnsy.
Will b; the aid ci guardian spirits, obtain
fat any oqe a Tiew of tue past, present and fu
ture. No fees charged in cases of sickness,
Cor. 16lh and Webster Sts.,
Keeps a complete assortment ot
Fronting oa 4th, Sth tad Walrottti,,
St. Louis, - Mo.
tiaveille, "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-class In all its
appointments. Its tables are at all times sup
plied in the greatest abundance, with all tne
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employes are all polite and attentive to the
wants of th? guests of the hotel, 1 here is an
improve! eleTa'or leading from the first floor
to the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
icke. offices, news stand, and wesierr Anion
telegraph offl.e in the Hotundaof hotel,
Market Gardners !
ALL K7ND3 OF VEGETABLES AND
plants, for sa!e. Orders addressed, to us
at our garden
Cor. 21st and Paul Streets,
will receive prompt attention. apl3d3m
REDMAN & LEWIS,
Cor. lCJth and Izard Streets.
On hand and SAWED TO ORDER.
J. O. SLATTER,
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
llifiuest price paid for Country Produce.
Brick Store, B. S. Cor. 16ft & Chicago Sto.,
jcStf OMAUA, NEB.
F. A. PETERS.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
No. 211 Canibamat.bet.lSttltVICUi.
ALL orders and repairing promptly attended
to and satisfaction guarrantted.
ea-Caih paid for hiJes. ap39rl
The Bee Job Printing House
BOOK ASD JOB PRINTING
"VERY BEST STYLES
ASD AT TH
Lowest Cash Prices.
Competent workmen are in charge of the
several departments, and FIRST-CLASS work
wUl be turned out in either
English, Germair, Bihemian,
or Danish Languages.
" Orders may be left at the BEE Connl
o0"1 or lorwarded by sail and wi
tctiT oroant atteatio.
Ho ! Tor :
NOTICE. AdTertisements ot To Let, For
Sale, Loet, Wants, Found, boarding, Ac, vill
be Inserted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVECEF1S per line. The hrst insertion
nerer less thaa TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
TXT ANTED A few more day boarders at N
W. tVr. Howard and 12th. One good
room lor rent. jyl
DRNISHEO ROOMS to rent with or with
out board. o. 11 Docce street, near
ninth. jy 16 12t
ITT ANTED A Kirl to cook at American
TV House, bet. lit a aud 12tb, Douglas st.
EOR REST An office or scall store and two
dwelling rooms attached; Cottage house
ot fire rooms newly papere I and pointed, free
from dust, cheap real ; A lirick Residence suit
able for a first class boarding houe in location
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Also Two Cottage Houses adjoiulng Citr Ho
tel, and i Utore and Dwelling near Turner Hall,
in good condition. AH this property in the im
mediate center ot Dusiness. can soon.
JAMES K. MORTON 4 CO.,
jjlGHt Ileal Estate Brokers.
FOUND ESTRAY One gray and one bay
horse. The owner can hare them by ca I
ing op Balthas Jetter. three and a half miles
south of Omaha, on Bellerue road. jylCdSt
ITT ANTED By a young man, a position in
, W a mercantile house. Has hsd experience -
u Is a cood salesman, or It he can cet a posl-
ion, he prefers learning a trade. Address '-S,"
N D A large black and white sliawl. The
ner can Hive lt by calling at IDS uarney
ing propeziy ana paying lor inis auTer-
RENT A cood two-storr dwelling.
ntaiulng elevtu rooms. No. S3 J Capitol
e. ADUlT to &. WiUUilT.
1G 3t Cor. 19th and Chicago streets.
FEW MOKE BOARDERS can be accom-
i? modaied at MRS. DE LAMARTVRS. on
b. side Dodge, near 161b street, witnin
block from the Post Office. There are
o rooms to 1 bad at reasonable terms
nt parlor and one in the second storr.
OF DISSOLUTION Notice Is
rchy given that the pa.tnership fiere-
to (ore listing between the undcisigned,
nnili r Thslifjriii name of O'Neil A Garry, has
this dar bMESlissolTed by mutual consent.
All accounts' fee and owing to said late
firm to be paid tw"Eugeue O'Neil and all liabili
ties of said &raf to be piescnted to said O'Neil
for settlement v
Try ANTED -Immediately, a first-class
V T wagon niaer, ar
JVIJICUI. A A..AI.D.1V.11 O.
GIRL WANTED Inquire at
Order Wlndowfffet Office.
MONEY TO LOAN AtDR- EDWARDS'
jy!4 2t ISVFarnhani Street.
A Nicely furnished loom to rent, suitable for
one or two gcntlem' No. 272 Howard
street. $!igf' jy!3d6t.
WANTED A girilado general housework
in a small family.-nuuireat D. R. Lo.
ring, Howard, bet. 13th
tjth sts., Southiido
WANTED A msmSo work about place.
Inquire at HaUWoundry. jyUtf.
raOH SALE A neat
X; J'avenpcrt. InqoaE
JJ1UU 11. llUufiB.
R, Douglas St.
T? MPLOYMENT OFFICE-BiMtn No. 1. south
XU east corner 15th and Doaa$ St i. Wait
ed Immediately, sciTaa( gjctffirmhands, car
penters and laborers, also rwatts late bought and
sold, and taxes paid lor noa-residents.
jyStf "S Omaha, Neb.
CTTANTED IMMEDIATEE4 -A girl d dr
YV house-work. Applrl Djirenport
street, between TJih and latV jrJtf
OR SALE Cue of the eabmt riding cot
ered buggies in the city ; uiiJCO acres of
land in Saunde-s Co., within 30 miAot Omaha
jy2tf Dr. L. F. BAB6QCK.
TORE TO RENT 193 Douglas stmt?
pOR REST fonse on 15th, near
X. siree. jevwu s. A. TAX
OR KENT-Hqjm qn 8,hTSJ
"je39rf s. A. T.X
I i CO.
COR RENT House on Chli
ear 16th st.
R A. IX
R A CO.
WANTED Day boarders, at tfigquthwest
cor. of 10th and Harney sts. "SJeptf
WANTED A cneap inriu n CTCfiaMf ior
T WILL SELL SECOND-HAND Carri
1 and one Hearse, cheap for cash or tradi
Inecl the room fur now ones.
Jel5dtf. G. W. HOMAN.a
"POR S ALE 160 acres o! land, being the Mt4
! 'A ot sects, lu township 13. ot U 4 HJK
the SE part of Butt.Vr ctunty, tO miles Jffrtl
west of Lincoln. A well im. -otkI farm a.Irn
it on the west, and country al atstanitfs
thickly ssttUdt V'lV cll r S500 "onels!!.
uuvi, uuiauc; 1(4 one year, or 90 uu per acre in
casn, or if ill trade ior cit y property. Appw.to
mTtn AiifKt.v j ysfcWAiii,
llO TJE PUBUC The
purctased and Dut unon the ttreen
public conveyances, some of the finest carriages
ei ermanufacturcd in this country. They will be
run 10 and irom tne aepots. hotels am
residences, ah orders lelt at the MetronoHti
Hotel, or at the stable, near J e cor of EfevcilMJ
stand Capital Arenpe, win Vb" promptly aU
residences. All orders left at the Metroi
tended to. A share of the
e puunc paironage
JOHN E. BULL.
SiT WARMERS HOUSE!
State af Nphthmti J
--- "- VM. u J , ,
At a Probate Court held a the Prolate Coatt
Room in and for slid County, July 14. A. D.,
18M. Present, Wm. L. IVabody, Probata
Tfnli (?ntm.. (
luuge. in me mailer oi tue estate ol ii.
On filing the duly verified petition of E-J
jicviure. Administrator, praying for an ex
oiuu ui tiuio iu Juue;o, j3,a, 10 maKe a
settlement ot said estitp.
Orderod, That Aug. 10, A. D., 1S74, at
O ClOCE. A. M.. Is aslcmpl fnr hHnir m
petition, when all persons interested in said
matter may appear at a Probate Court to to!
held in and for sId County, and show causff
wny me prayer 01 petitioner should not be
granted; and that notice of the pendency of
said petition and the be ring thereof, be gfren
iu mi iKisvus luieresica in said matter, rn
said day of
A true copy.
Wil. L. PEABODY,
PROPOSALS FOR "HAY.
Sealed proposal will be recclTed by the nn1
uciaigucu uuill o A. n., JU1J ZISl, JQJ4,
mny ions oi nay, more or lew. o be uelir
in such qnantities and at such times as mi
required for the use of the fire department.
Bids to bo opened at next meeting ot Use
vouocii, u. U. J.UULUW, i
JylWSt city Clerk,
Fruit ani Confectionary
Cor. 13th and Leavenworth 8 p.,
jjll 3m AT TnE BRIDGE.
&roat W osteru
Comer of Cnmicgs asi Tweaty-stcond strests
The finest lager baer con
stantly oa hand.
JeJWm CU.VS. WEYMULLER. Prop.
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
16th street bet CalUomla and Webster.
WE KEEP OX IIAXD TUE BEST
snnnlr of FRFSTf AVn CUTrn
MEATS. Also a large stock of Fine Suga!
wra imii uiiu jcai.iiuL liocon. al ine JOY,
st rates. WM. AII.ST Jt ITVITTir -
OF THE FINEST
Elkhoru Valley Lands !
FOR SALE BT
33. 3VX. OXj-AEI.3
wisner. - - !?'
mUEbE LAXD3 ARE CONVENIENT '.
j. ine oarxei ana tne
FINEST in the STA1
AndJwIU be sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER AC
Fr Cask er oa Eear TI.-
WLAND EXPLORLNQ 1
ETS for sale at O. & N.
pot, bearing coupons "wMHr will
be taken at full cost inpayment
publishing a copy of thl onlfr In the Omaha
Weekly Bee, newspaper printed in said
Countr. for three succe.siTn weptq. titIof in
t.-i 1 4 .1 , ,w
5 to S90 K V,..en',sw""J:
ing people of either sex, young or old, uiaie
more moner at work for us in the irspare mo-
menti or all the tiino than at anythlog else. I
Addiess STINbON 4 CO.. Portland, Maine
By Tirtue of a vend! issued out of the Dis
trict Court for Cumming County, Nebraska,
and to me directed, I will on the 24th day ot
July, A. D., 1874, at 10 o'clock, x. M. ol said
day, at the store room of Albert Tucker, No.
28t Douglas street, in the city of Omaha, and
County of Douglas, in said State, sell at auction
the following described property, levied upon
to satisfy a iudgment of said Court, re
covered by II. L. Henry, again-1 Albert
Tucker, to-wit : Eighty-five cases of men's snd
boys' boots, 23 caes of shoes; also all the retail
stock of boots and shoes contained in said store ;
also a small line of bats anilcapsj aUo the fol
lowing described store and office furniture ;
Two lounges, 1 dek, l store and pipe, 2 chairs,
1 show case and 1 letter press, or so much of the
said goods as arc nectssa y to satisfy said Judg
ment and costs, and accruloz costs thereon.
VAN BORA'S MACHINE
JGP Lt s9 nL
AU kinds of light and heary
MACHINERY MADE & BEPAIBED.
W&'All Wok Guarantee'.'.
256 KAB3EY BTBEET, - OMAHA.
233 rro'iam Street, - Ooaia, Keb
WHOLsai.KaDSETAlL DEALER tX
FURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC.
TEETTSCHKE & CO.,
And tieneial Provision Dealers,
S. W- Cor. Jackson anij J3fn. SU-,
Kep a superior stock of Groceries, proTisIons,
Vijau, LlQuprs and Cigars, and sell cheaper
Oiau any other house in Omsba. jy3 3iu
Justice of the Peace
Office oTer tno State Bank, corner cf Farn
ham and 13th si rcets. le 1
-Ml' TACTVMKV Of AMD DXAUOt IX-
Lambrcqntns and 'iT'nrlorr Sfcades,
nilRQMOS, EXGEATINGS A5D
270 Farnham street, corner Fifteeath
Jlrs. . A. M0FFETT,
564 Fourteenth St.,
Je30 3m OMAHA , SEB.
E, T, PAGE, Proprietor.
10th St., bet. Farnham and Harney,
tree Buss to and froi ol !frahu.
ssengers for other Hole's or private Rett-
ueucts, carrieu 101 -ot-euu.
-All r.lcrs Jt ft at T. II. Allen's, 21 door
'fcoiaP. 0. C. Wilson A ton. ior. 13th and
B'mey, and the liiy lluitl Utnce, will reeciTc
(toiupt attention. iT'lm
8. "W. Cor. of 14th and Harney Sts.
JUSTUS KESSLER, Proprietor,
tny3iu """"" ""'
Between 9th ar.d 10th.
CHARLES PELDERHAH, Prop.
To. 630 Sixteenth Street.
OjifJcHcrson Square. OMAUA. XER.
JOSEPH DOVE, Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable rates.
Firt-cIao Utr att&ihcd to the bouse.
Sioux Cily & Pacific R. R.
In connection villi the
ionx City an! St. Paul Bailroafl,
e Shortest Route
rOitfaLa & Council Bluffs
"mSPaUL, atlSXKiPOLIS. .
StiUater, Anoka, Duluth,
ANdWi, POINTS IX MINNESOTA.
Train 1ctc Cmaa da'ly, feirept Satur'ay)
at CrfiO TIM., and Council lllun at 8 00 p. ji..
and Northwestern L)(hu
LOW and Time as QUICK
t s by nj other Line.
AN PALACE M.EEPINC CAia
On all night Trains.
ure your tickets rt vl Tla Sinus Ctr.tl.ui
aroidlng circuitous routes and midnight
CKETS can be purchased at the offices of
the Chicago and North Wentern Railway
in um.ru ana Council Bluffs.
BOYDEX, F. C. HILL.
T. r. Ag't. S. C. A P. R. R.
fct. Paul. Sioux City.
E0.W. GRATTON, Agent,
163 Farnham Street.
Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Patent Wheels, FinUHea Osiris, La.
lxlc, Springs ana Thimble Ski-Ins
Carriages, Hacks "d Buggies"
Stahelitr IVswa Depaf.
7b. KtoE.IH.SEITISQ JUC1IISE KOIIB u ito..Uj u CM Clf, I. It,
Realms ct Finance.
SALES EOR 1873:
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines!
It will h4it.Iy be denied tn such evidence that the superiority of the Sloceri iu l
morutrated. -ingeris iu.it
THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
W. N. NASON, Agent,
Je O. 212 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.?
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
538 and 540 Fourteontli Stroet,
BET. DOUG-LAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
-SUCCESSORS TO CRFJQHTON aS3 MORGAN
o'o farnnam Street
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN &, CO.
No. 247 Douglas Street,
AGENTS FOR THS
CLARK & FRENCH,
AXD DEALERS ZY
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
je 1 ."RLERS SOLICITED SD PROMPTLY FILLED
A. E. SIMPSO nsr,
"MAKUFACTUBXR AND yHOIJ3ALE
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
C, L. JL.
288 Dodge Street, 2d Door East of 16th Street '
., ,I.teeP con nt,r .n hnd the flnest slwltof Broad Cloth. Cassloerrs and V(tn -J?'"
"P la tte faal"0D'"" Jh rt TuitThTu.ost'asr.d'.ou5,:
at the lowest oaiilo prices.
PUNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE,
Teas, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
212 FarnLam Street,
JOBBERS OF -
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farah.am Strait,
OHvLA-SIj. - - - UBB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESxVLE DEALERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 600DS
JOHN T. EE,
Shelf I Heavy Hardware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK,1
TURKSIIKR9. IIARUXTKKN,REAlERsi3fOrE8. DKILLm MEPfiifnc
coiur-i.anrEiiN 'flows civnvAroSa, iiaT' SEEOtJs
246 Douglas St, Omaha. Xfebraglsa.
Wines, Lipus, CifiARs,
Ifla Old KcntuckjJWULikSes aatl IflBporUttJtJaodi a Speclallj.
239 DOUGLAS 8T?
HOMES and rABlCS XSt NIBILA.SSA.
TheBurliJzton sal MUisurl Per Railroad C).. offers ljest Ian ' st'low cricei on 10 years'
credit at 6 pc. ceo. .interest, ull habjnus
halt the land is cuitlrateJ, within two
LAKGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAY3rENTS.
North of Platte, loup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
The B. A SI. B-'fc. Ci. will seC about J.O0O.0OO oerw of spten Ii 1 nulnr al.acrienltnral land la
a wtllatereleounlry, tl lroui !,' to J7.C0 per acre on lonrf erllt-
South of he Platte
TheOomnyovnaaUrsebolrortaebstlaallnXebrasta,Iaterie-t4lbr anmoroaa Hrera
and al-tit to Iu railroal ar4 In the Ur-st in 1 best deTelopel psrt of the State, jas also la th
imoujrpuoUein.ViUey forcircuUes aaltull loformitUa apyly to
C. R. SCilALLER, Agent B. tf Mlind Office,
ConerefKIaU ami FankaaSt Osaka
Or Geswal Lamt Swfsutaa, LlaralM
- - T
- - N'EB.
DUPONT POWDER CO.
Boots sind Shoes.
QJM: A !&., 2STEB.
premium of 3) percent." on the amount of tha
years from date of pcrcbase.
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