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THE OMAHA BEE
MONDAY, JULY 20, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
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yoADTKKTIKllS xae uiRCU
A.ATIOS of the DA1L.T BEK la more
tfca Ufible tbat of aByotlier Oally
paper publlstiMl.lii Xebraalu.
Peycte'e Bestaurant and Oyster
rooms. The leading house of the
kind- 207, Faraham streetj between
Twelfth and Thirteenth. Jeb24tf
John O'Connell paid a $2.00
fine at the Police Court Saturday
morning for drunkenness.
Beacon Lodge, No. 20, 1. O. O.
F., will give an ice cream sociable
at their hall next "Wednesday eve
ning, to which all Odd Fellows and
their friends are invited. ThArion
Quartette Club and others will fur
nhih vocal and instrumental music.
John Benson, who was brought
before the Police Court Saturday
on the charge of breaking into his
bouse and abusinghis family, settled
the case by paying the costs, as
well as the fees of the lawyers on
The site of the proposed mason,
ic temple has been definitely loca
ted on .the lot of Maj. Balcombe,
northwest corner of Sixteenth street
and Capitol Avenue. The papers
of conveyance were signed, sealed
and delivered on Thursday.
That Prospect Hill Cemetery
ghost may be explained by the fact
that there is living hi that viclnty a
half crazy and three-quarter
drunken woman, whose ways are
decidedly eccentric, and who cuts
up the queerest kind of capers at
The firemen are making ovory
possible effort to induce the City
Council to purchase a large fire
alarm bell, which, they say, is
greatly needed. They are willing,
if the Council will appropriate for
this object the money realized from
the sale of the old hand-engine, to
make up the necessary balance for
the purchase of the new bell. If the
firemen really need that new bell,
they ought to have it, as every pre
caution for the prevention of fires
should be made, without regard to
expense. It will piove, in the end,
a matter of economy, and not of
extravagance. An ounce of preven
tion is better than a pound of cure.
The many friends of Colonel
Savage will regret to learn that he
met with a serious accideut Friday
evening. He was riding with Mr.
Elliott, and while crossing Chicago
street near Seventeenth, the horse
gave a sudden start, causing Colo
nel Savage to be thrown out upon
the ground backwards, striking on
his neck and shoulders. One or two
ribs were fractured, and other inju
ries were received. He was taken
home, and doctors were immedi
ately called to attend him. They
state that the Colonel is quite badly
liurt, but will probably recover.
Tho picnic at HanscomPark
Friday afternoon and evening,
under tne auspices of the "Pleasant
Hour" club, was quite largely at
tended by the members of that so
cial organization and their invited
guests. The basket-picnic of the
afternoon was a very enjoyable af
fair, and in the evening dancing on
the platform, to the delightful music
furnished by the military band,
proved the most attractive ieature
of the happy occasion. The success
of the picnic is largely due to Mr.
C. E. Squires who got it up and
managed it; and it was the general
wish of all present that he will be
instrumental in getting up another
picnic before tbe summer reason is
Seal Estate UIm
For the week ending July 17, 1874.
, Thos Bryant to John A Morrow,
s half sw qr 7, IS, 11 $29.74.
Robert A Reed to S W Chase, lot
2, block 8, Shinn's Add $350.
James Keboe to J C Christiansen,
e J of lot 2 and 3, block 251 J ?200.
James M Bradshaw to Daniel S
Gorham, 244 acres in Platte Valley
JGMegeathtoSH H Clark, 2
acres in ne sw 28, 15, 13 $1,000.
David Jackson to Pardon Mar
shall, nw sw 2S, 15, 10 $400.
Moses F Shinn to Constance Hill,
nw qr of blk 3, Shinn's third addl--ltoo
- .Thomas Bryant to Henry Rolfs,
w hf se and o hf sw 10, 15, 11 $75-
H C Jensen to Catherine John
son, lots 13 and 20, Nelson's addi-tion-$l,600.
A T & W R Seevers to Samuel
Bean, n e 1, 16, 10, 156 acres
J H Peabody to Willis M Yates,
lot 104, Nelson's addition $500.
Jcst arrived A fresh assortment
of California fruits, also Eastern
cherries, blackberries and apples in
abundance, at J. Tizakd's,
ju!18-lt 204 Farnham street.
Attend to Poltck's great closing
out sale pi summer uiuiuiug sui- i
underwear if you" want bargains, I
25 Farnham street. jull7-2t
The Ex-ebraika legislator and
The Hon. W. F. Cody, better
known as Buffalo Bill, the ex-Nebraska
legislator, but now a sensa
tional star actor, returned to Ne
braska Friday, from the East,
and slept soundly at the Metropoli
tan Hotel, of this city.
Bill is as handsome as ever; his
long dark hair flows gracefully
down his manly shoulders, while a
pleasant smile continually plays
upon his happy countenance; his
immense diamond Cluster pin
sparkles on his immaculate shirt
bosom, while a diamond ling on
each little finger dazzles the eyes of
the observer; and an immense gold
chain and trinkets, attached to a
costly watch, ornaments his vest.
Bill is "immense," but notwith
standing his good fortune, he is not
proud. He Is the same jovial, whole
souled fellow that he was while
scouting and hunting on the Ne
braska plains in a buckskin suit, or
acting in thecapacity of a Nebras
Buffalo Bill is now a star actor,
and will begin a lucrative engage
ment at Philadelphia in September
next In the "Scouts of the Plains,"
his best and newest sensational
He informed us that "Texas Jack,"
his former partner, is spending the
summer and enjoying life with his
wife, formerly Mme. Morlacchi, the
celebrated danseuse, who owns a
splendid farm at Bellerica, a short
distance from Boston.
Buffalo Bill left Saturday for
Corlnne, where he will meet a party
ot four wealthy Englishmen, to
pilot them through a six weeks hunt,
Mr. Thcmas Medley, the head of
the party, is one of the richest gen
tlemen In England, and ho with
his companions, are in the Yosemite
Valley today. "Wild Bill," who
has been killed so often by the
newspapers, but who yet lives, will
aid"Buffalo Bill in entertaining the
English millionaires, who will un
doubtedly liberaHr compensate
tnprn for the servjop thus rendered.
Gen. JohnM. Thayer returned to
.Lincoln Saturday morning.
J. A. Mabry, of Dayton, Ohio, is
at the Grand Central.
Thomas and W. J. Kelley, of Bos
ton, are at the Grand Central.
Geo Zanner, formerly of Omaha,
but now of Tekamab, is in the city
on a visit
Col. Wilson, superintendent of
the new postoffice at Lincoln, came
up Saturday evening.
of Plattsmouth, is at the Grand
B. F. Weeks and W. T. Van Pelt,
prominent and wealthy citizens of
Racine, Wisconsin, are at tbe Me
tropolitan. Julius Able, of the firm of Max
Meyer & Co., has returned from a
successful trip to the northern part of
Hon. Geo. Colton, of Baltimore,
one of Maryland's prominent and
honored citizens, having been elect
ed to the legislature six consecutive
terms, is in tbe city, accompanied
by his son, Luther Colton, editor
and proprietor of the Annapolis
Daily Republican. They are here
on a visit to the Yates family, of
whom they are old friends.
The following are the arrivals at
E H Billiard, Chicago; Geo D
Alexander, McKinney, Texas; Geo
W Cltoher, Columbus, Neb; Dennis
Artis and wife, Otto Esch, New
York; William Jones, Boston, J C
Brown and wife, do; Thomas Scott,
Lincoln; Miss S E Barron, do; E
W Caldwell, Bentonville, Ark; C C
Bass, Sacramento; J R Estelle, do;
John Higby, city; Geo Baldwin,
Chicago; A A Egbert, Lincoln.
The choicest, freshest table butter'
in the city always to Le found at
Johnson & Co.'s. No. 200 Dodge
Hewi from the Indian Country.
The following dispatches were re
ceived at Government headquarters
in this city Saturday:
Fokt Steele, July 17.
Assistant Adjutant General,Depart-
vxent of Ttattc, Omaha:
Messenger just in from Seminole
mines, 35 miles north of here, for
help. There have been 25 miners
fighting Indians two days. Some
miners killed. The report is that
there are two or three hundred In
dians. L. P. Bradley,
Lt. Col. 9ch.
In reply to this dispatch, a com
pany of cavalry was at once ordered
from Fort Russell, at Cheyenne, to
Fort Steele, for active service, and
the commanding officer at Fort
Steele was instructed to do vho best
he could in the meantime.
Ft. Fettermax, July 18.
Asffistant Adjutant General Dcpt.
There are several war parties on
Deer Creek, about 30 miles from this
Poet. 1 desire authority to send a
detachment of the cavalrj; to scout
the country in that vicinity for a
Capt.4th InPy. Comd'g.
Fort Fettermax, 1
July 18, 1872. J
Assist. Adjutant General, Depart
ment of the Ttatte:
Long Chin, a Cheyenne Indian,
reports that about the 10th inst ,
the Snakes and Utcs attacked the
Arraphoes, at the head of Powder
river. They killed 26, and captured
several. About 150 horses were
taken from the Arrapahoes.
A. B. Caix,
Capt 4th Infantry Comd'g,
The place to order your family
supplies to Insure prompt delivery,
is Johnson k Co., 260 Dodge St.
POSTAL " IRREG
ULARITIES." Postmaster YoBt has Serious
Charges Preferred Against
LTim, as has also, Special
Mail Agent Fnray.
Investigation. . to
For some time past the Bee has
been aware that charges were being
prepared to be sent on to Washing
ton and there preferred against
Postmaster Casper E. Yost, of this
city. Those charges were forward
ed to the postal authorities at
Washington recently, and an in
vestigation was ordered. Special
Agent Hawley was instructed to
visit Omaha for that purpose, and
he would have been here last week
had it not been for his detention in
Chicago by the fire.
He will arrive here on Tuesday
next, and will at once propped to in
vestigate the matter. The charges
against Mr. Yost are quite numer
ous, and are certainly of a more
serious nature than those which
were the means of ousting his pre
decessor. They were preferred by
F. R. Bye, a postal clerk on the
Union Pacific railway, and they are,
in substance, briefly as follows :
1. He is charged with specu
lating on mail contracts, and
defrauding the government out
of a certain sum of money
The manner in which this was
done was this : A certain mail con
tractor was about to throw up his
contract. M r. Yost so arranged it
with a postal clerk, who is now out
of the service, to allow tho nest
lowest bidder for the contract, a
livery man of Omaha, to obtain
the contract at this price, he pay
ing over $75 as & bonus. This $75
was divided thus: $32.50 to Yost,
$32.50 to tho now ex-postal clerk,
and $10 to another postal clerk for
some minor service that he did in
the transaction, and the Govern
ment . had, of course, to
pay the price of the next lowest
bidder, which was considerably
higher than the first. This was
done notwithstanding another li'r
cryrnan of Omaha had offered to
take the contraot at the figures of
tho original contractor. All can and
1 will bo substantiated by the ex
2. He is charged with speculating
on clerks' salaries, by advancing
them money, and charging them
interest at the rate of $5 to $10 a
month per $100.
3. He is charged with having had
one clerk in UisolHce,whowason the
pay-roll for $125 per month, but who
received only $100.
4. He is charged with allowing
Pattee, while he was in the lottery
business, to cancel his own stamps,
and send his lottery circulars
through the mails contrary to tbj?
5. He is charged with permitting
a cerk in his office of drawing two
salaries froin the government at the
same time. The clerk referred to
gets $1,700 per year, and not long
ago he drew $100 from the govern
ment for contract of planting
trees at tho national cemetery at
Another charge connects . him,
jn some way, it is. said, with the
following somewhat irregular tran
saction : A postal clerk on one of
the Iowa roads received three big
saoks of mail, consisting of 'Patfee's
circulars. Ho did not intend to.
llstributo it, but upon filming an
official envelope marked "tracer'
he opened It, and dlscovered'SlO in-t
side and a request that he distribute
the mail matter. He did so.
Charges have also been preferred
against John B. Furay, special mail
agent, the nature of which we are
not yet permitted to state.
These charges, if provedtrue, will
agitate the postal menagerie, and
the investigation is looked forward
to with a great deal of Interest by
the public, generally, as rumors of
the investigation have been afloat
for some few weeks past.
During this month I will offer
special bargains in remnants of
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, MAT
TING and WALL PAPER. Call
and examine goods and prices. You
can always find a large and
well selected stock of CARPETS.
OILCLOTH, MATTIxSG, WIN
DOW SHADES, MATS, RUGS,
etc., at my establishment, and as 1
buy direct from manufacturers and
importers, I can sell the same class
of goods as low as Chicago or St.
Louis. Give me a call.
JOHN B. DETWILER,
504 14th St., between Farnham and
Ho ! For Kianeaaia an! St. Anthocy'a
Grand summer excursion to St.
Paul, Minnesota, Dulutb, Lake Su
perior, Bear Lake, and other cool
resorts, in Minnesota, on Wednes
day, July 22, at 7 p. m.
Tickets for the round trip to St.
Haul or Minneapolis, $15.50, or to
Dulutb $23.00, being less than one-
half the regular fare. Tickets good
for SO days, a limited number of
which can only be sold by the Com
pany's agent. G eo W Grattox,
1C3 Farnham street,
Agent Sioux City & Saint Paul R R
J C Boyden, Gen'l Ticket Agent,
Sioux City & Saint Paul R R.
F C Hill, Gen'l Ticket Agt
Sioux City & Pacific R R. .
In order to make room for my
large tall and winter stock, I now
offer my spring and summer stock
at greatly reduced rates, below the
original cost J. H. Steix.
tssTSE McKelligoii's card on
second page. june2-tf
A TALE OF TWO FAHIuES-'TgE
The Troubles ef the Easerodts
and the Eudowskys.
Kiss Fredericks. Haserodt Sues
Julias Budowsky for Slan
der, Laying Damages
Mr. Budowsky is Bound Over tc
Keep the Peace, and His
Wife is Pined for Ob
scene and Abusive
Mr- Budowsky is Knocked Down
on His Own Doorstep by an
Sometime ago Capt. Haserodt left
the "Sandwich Island," and leased
the Atlantic House from Julius
Rudowsky for three years. He fur
nished the house up nicely, and
soon built up a good run of business.
Mr. Rudowsky and family had
moved into the first house west of
the Atlantic on Howard street, and
it was not long before tho two fam
ilies fell out, and then continual
trouble ensued. The Haserodts
and .their friends intimated
that Rudowsky was jealous
ofllaserodt's success, and wanted
to get him out of the house, so that
he could again run It, while Ru
dowsky, on the other hand, denied
all such insinuations. Howeve., the
family difficulties only increased as
time flew on. Mrs. Rudowsky, not
long ago, indulged, it is said, in
some very unpretty language
towards Miss Fredericke Haserodt,
one of the handsome daughters of
the landlord, defaming her charac
ter for chastity.
Miss Haserodt took counsel, and
began a suit against Julius Rudow
sky for slander. The petition has
been filed in the office of the clerk
of the District Court by her Attor
neys, Hon. J. C. Cowin, and Col.
Graves, and goes on to relate, among
other things, that the plaintiff had
previously borne a good name, and
was respected and esteemed among
her fliends and acquaintances as a
person of good character, moral
worth and chastity; andhad never
committed any of the saidniontiou
ed grievances, or suspected to be
unchaste. She states that she is
nineteen and unmarried, thatshe has
been employed in the hotel as a ser
vant; thaf ;said building contains a
number of rooms, occupied by gen
tlemen j yet that the defendant wel
knowing the premises, maliciously
intending to injure her in name,
fame and character, and to bring
her into public scandal, and to cause
it to be suspected that the plaintiff
was Mow and vile, and unchaste,
etc., did on the 24th of June, say,
"There she (meaning the plain
tiff) comes singing. She. Is an
actress, in several characters.
She acts naked and in her night
shirt. She sneaks and steals around
in Uic hotel," &c, &c. The petition
states that Mrs. Rudowsky iutimatgd
that Miss Haserodt was unchaste
while in the hotel, made money in
that way, and tjius kept up the
house. The damages are laid at ten
Friday morning hostilities
were renewed. Mr. Haserodt, it is
said, pro"bably "having been excited
thereto, .usejl sonje threaten
Ipg. .Janguage, an4 Indulged in
a hostile demonstration towards
Mrs. Rudowsfey, Her Jiusband
got hjs -.unloaded revolver,
went up town and bought some car
tridges, and returning in front of
tlieAtlantio HouspwUU his weapon,
which he claims he had not loaded,
wanted to hear Haserodt repeat
the language he had used towards
his wife. No blood was spilled, but
Haherodt soon after had Rudowsky
arrested and required to give $1000
bond to keep the peace, Before J us.
Mrs. Rudowsy had made the re
mark afterwards, upon seging Miss
Frederike that "she was a $10,000
!" and also used some lan
guage which was considered both
abusive and obscene.
For this offense, Mr. 'Haserodt
had her arrested and brought be
fore the poli'H court, where she was
fined $10 and costs, amounting in
all to $17.50. The case was prosecu
ted by Cowin and Graves, and de
fended by C. A. Baldwin. There
was considerable racy sharp-shooting
done, which greatly interested
the large crowd present.
But the end of the Rudowsky
family troubles was not yet. About
nine o'clock in the evening, as
he was sitting in his door, listening
to the music at Tbieln's garden;
some unknown fellow, came up and
asked him the direction to the
Jones House, and as Rudowsky was
about' to show him, he knocked him
down with a slung shot evidently,as
it cut his eye deeply,and rendered
him insensible for five minutes. Mrs.
Hudbwsky followed the man for a
few.blocks, but he got away from
her, ' and .she returned to her hus
band who had fallen on the doorstep
and bled freely. The men who had
collected at the Bpot, drawn there
by the screams of Mrs. Rudowsky
as she started for the villain, Imme-
Jjdiately began a search for him on
Mrs R.'s return, but failed to And
him. Mr. Rudowsky says that
the maa came out of the Atlantic
House, and states that he will give
$25 rewardor a clue to him. Mr.
Rudowsky is pretty badly hammer
ed up, as the scoundrel kicked him
two or three -times after he was
Geo. fl. Peterson, the pioneer
cigar manofacturer, keeps con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars, and also Tne
Jack, Fruits and Flowers, and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
11 Douglas street.
CREAM ! ICECREAM!!
. JjATEY'S 18 me piace 10 gu
for thhryery necessary commodity.
Groceries Cheaper than eter for the
' Jr53 thirty day-
WlaeihaT to DISPOSE of a PART
of myJSOCK of GROCERIES, X
will SELECT CASH for the next
THIRTY DAYS JiEGARDLESS
of COST. AUgbtwls of the very
BEST QUALTryjand warranted.
Prices lower thaaHlie lowest.
All CASHiitSyers are Invited to
call. gS& P.H.Allex.
Dining roomgirls wanted at. the
City Hotel. jg jyl7tf
Indian CurioslSeV at No. 170
Famhamstreetj'corner 11th street.
BEL'r.EViiUBqvE, twelve miles
from Omaha, on'the line of the B.
& M. R. R., fcndllOO yards from the
depot, has been improved for pit ucs
BY M'AUSLAND & MARTtX.
All eneacements forjthe prove
W .- i-J
will ne maae uirougn
" DR. PO'WEIJLpfSce 215, Farn
ham street. -3tetc ninei-ii
Dyeing, ceamngaiul repairing
done in the neatest maimer, at the
STEAM DYE TVORltST
10th St.Let. Farnham and Dougfcs
apr28t f. M
Volk'3 Hall, free concert evejry,
e.vening by Professors Celarius qpa
Fresh fruit and vegetables daily;
and of tile very best, at John 8,
Johnson & Co's, 200 Dodge street,
jy lG-eod 3t.
STEELE & JOHNSON HAVE
JUST RECEIVED OXE CAR IrtAD OF
the CELEBRATED COLUMBIA
RIVER SALMON, PUT UP IX
HALF BARRELS AND IX CANS.
STORE BUILDING FOR SALE.
I' will sell at a great bargain a
lot and store b,ujldjng in Ft. Cal
houn, Neb. The builcipg js 33 by
50 feet, and is equippr-d with coun?
ters and shelving In complete
order. No place in theState' affords
greater inducements for additional
I usiness in general merchandizing.
Terms easy. Elam Clark.
For reason of remarkable low
pripes. I am sealing my sprjng and
summer goods very rapidly.
julylO-tf J. H. Steix.
Type For 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,
aud is nearly as good as new.
For terms &c, address
m f. Publisher of the Bee.
IS THIS OF PFA0E PREPARE
ternstl YJgflanee la the
Pi Ice of
Th Campaign of 1874 promises to be by all
odds the most important andeicitiDg political
contest that has ever taken place in Ncuraska.
THE OMAHA BEE,
The recognized champion or popular rights and
progressive ideas enters upon this campaign
with a firm determination to expose and de
nounce the plots aud intrigues of corrurjtlon
ists, political buniuierr and ripgmastcrs pt
ever v faction. The independent and outspoken
course of the Bee during tho past three yean
is a sufficient guarantee that it will sustain all
just measures, and ever be ready to assail cor
ruption and rascality wherever it may appear.
An outspoken advocate of tbe rights of the
industrial classes, its motto always has been
" VP WITH TJIE PEOPLE JLSD
DOWA' WITH MONOPOLIES."
The issne of the coming campaign involves
the prosperjty of tbe state for a decade of years,
and the voice of the Bee wiU be heard with no
uncertain sound, for
Reform and Economy,
A Sew Constitution,
And a strict accountability ot public men in
the administration of public affairs.
Tbe Bbk is nol a mushroom affair of the mo
ment, but the SUBSTANTIAL RESULT cf FESSIST-
est ispcsTEr in the application of the best
journalistic talent. Its beginning was small,
but in spite of the incendiary's torch, in defi
ance of an immense moneyed power arrayed to
crush it, and in face of the combined opposi
tion of the most powerful political rings of the
stale, It has steadily advanced till it is to-day
recognized, at home and abroad, as the leading
journal of Nebraska.'" Tbe people hare recog
nized its n.orit. Tbe people's patronage has
made U I
THE BEE IS THE PEOPLE'S PAPER!
KVXBT VOTUt SBOCLS SIAD IT.
ts contents are not altogether political, bat are
made up of correspondence and telegraphic
news from all raits of the world, accurate and
reliable market rep(jtU and choice miscel
It r tie CM roil Best !
THE CAMPAIGN BEE
Will be mailed to an y address at the follow in
rates. In advance :
Dally, 3 months from July 1, S1JH.
Weekly, " " " J cts.
OMAHA. DAILY BEE,
13S FarakiM St.,
NOTICE. AaTertMnen:s ot To Let, For
Sale, Loct, Wants, Found, Boarding, Ac, will
be Inserted in these columns once lor TEX
CENTS per line; each subsequent insertion,
FIVE CEF1S per line. The first Insertion
nerer less thaa TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
WANTED A girl to do general house
work, at No. 254 Chicago Street.
JflSU JaS. NEVILLE.
WANTED A good-tlrl to do general house
work. Apply at EATON'S Gallery
No. 228 Faraham street. Jyl72t
WANTED -A few niore day boarders at X.
W. Cor. Howard and ltn. One good
room lor rent. jyl&Jtt
FURNISHED ROOMS to rent with or with
out Jiooid. No. 117 JXxJge street, near
WANTED A girl lo cook at Amirican
House, bet. Ilta and l?tb, Douglas at.
IJlOR RENT An office or stall store and to
; dwelling rooms attached ; Cottage bouse
oi five rooms newly papeiet aud p.iulcd, tree
from dust, cheap rent ; , lirick liesidence suit
able for a brut ctus boarding house in location
FOU.SAI.E OU KENT.
Also Two Cottage Hornet adioinlnz Citr Ho
tel, and a tStore and Dwelling near Turner Hall, J
iu goou couumou. au kuis properly in tne im
mediate center of business. Call soon.
JAMES F. MORION" A CO.,
jyl6J4t Real Estatu Brokers.
WANTED Ry a young man, a position in
a mercantile house. Has had experience
and is a good salesman, or if he can geta posi
tion, he prefers learning a trade. Address "S,"
Ttee Office. jyl&12t
owner can line it by calling at 105 Harney
fat, proving propexty and paying for this idrer--tisement.
EOR SALE A good two-story dwelling,
containing eleven rooms. No. '235 Capitol
aienue. Apply to &. WRIGHT,
jy 16 3t Cor. Utb aud Chicago streets.
GIRL WANTED Inquire at Money
Order Window. Po-tOthce. jy!5tl
WANTED A man to work about place.
Inquire at IlaU's Foundry. JylJtf.
FOR bALE-A neat cottage, corner 17th and
Kavenport. Inquire at
jylOtf H. HO uNBEUOER, Douglas St.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Room No. 1. south
east corner 15th and Douglas St. Want
ed immediately! tenant girls, farmhands, car
penters and laborers, also real estate bought and
sold, and taxes paid lor non-residents.
J. N. FIbHER,
jySU Omaha, Neb.
CT ANTED IMMEDIATELY -A girl to d
YV house-work. Apply 331 Davenport
street, between 17th and 18th. jy3tf
IOK SALE One of the easiest riding cot-
jlkcryu ouggies in tue ciiy ; anu m acres oi
ma la aaunue.s to., witmn bo mites ot timatia
JygtlH Dr. L, F. BABCOCK,
RENT 198 Douglas strrot. In
WEBBER A BUUM.
il70R RENT Home on 151 h, near Davenport
rirtrc . jvouii ?. i. iaii.ua tit ,ir.
jeSOU -House on Olli and Jackson sts.
S. A. TAX LOR A CO.
TSOR RENT House on Chicago, near 16th st.
i& Je30tf H. A. TAYLOR A CO.
1X7 ANTED Day boarders, at the southwest
aYVjcor. of 10th and Harney sts. ji)U
WAiTLD A cneap larai in exenange for
Merchandise. Address, Farmer, Bx
SELL SECOND-HAND Carriaecs.
qe Hearse, cheap for cash or trade.'as
room w iitv uui&.
U. W. HOMAN.
F)BfALK ICOacrcsof land, beine the :
-eclS, iu township IS, N of R 4 E.
the SE pan ol Butter eiunly, Vi miles Nir
being the NE
I E. in
west of Lincoln. A well lm. -ovdfarm adjoins
Hon UicweaW. and country all aioand it is
thickly setileahkWill sell for $500, one half
down, balance In oae, year, or Si 00 per acre in
cash, or will trade for city property. Apply to
niv21tl AJIDREW to&EWATER.
TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned has
purcbase4Cnd put upon the streets as
public ccrrveyaeere, some of theflocil
eErmaauiaMafed iu thu country, They
run to sBdlroja tbe dejots, hotels and private
rpideneei. All orde s left st tbe Metrnpo'itan
Hotel, or M-tUe stable, ncsrsecorofElev.-nth
standLapMd Avenue, will be promptly at
tended to. A. share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. JOHN E. BULL.
PROPOSALS FOR HAY".
Sea'ed proposal will Iks received by the un
dersigned until ?PL, July Jl.t, liii. tor
lorty fns'of'hay, ot or less, to be delivered
in such quantities and at such times as my be
required tor the use of. M)0 fire department.
mus to be openia"nexi meeting oi too
Cor. 13th and LtareHworlh St,, .
jjJ4:rs4 AT TnE alUDGB.
Corner cf Cnmisgs tad Twfcty-second streets
TJie finest lagejr&aer pon
stantly on handjF
Jc2Mrn qfAS-JIXYMULLER. Prop.
U. P. R. R. Mt?AT MARKET,
ICth street bet Callfornht'aiid Webster.
WE KEEP ON nANoiTHE BEST
supply of FRESHAND SALTED
MEALS. Also a largo stack of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Ilrcaltfaaf liaron. at the low
' st rates. WJL AUST A KNUTH,
iuvl4-lr ,2r Proprietors.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT 8. V. BRIG fcYARD. CORNER OF
14th and Chi ago Streets. Good Hard
Wood ST 00 ; Soft $5 00. SKivoVood to suit
any number of store very cheasv aplStf
ImAGISTEK. OF XHK.jTEPARTED.
XV 493 10th St., betveem BcrnUm & Harney.
WiU by the aid of gnwcan spirits, obtain
for any one 4 view o! toe fast, present and fu
ture. No lees charged la atses of sickness,
J. O. SCATTER,
Dealer In Stafie and Fancy
Highest price paid for CoaairT Troduce.
Brick Store, R. E. Oor. ,Mft! Chicago Eta,
JeiCtf OMAHA, NEB.
OF THE ,FINEST-j
Elkhorn ValleyLirads !
FOR SALE BY
milESE LANDS ABEreONVENIENT TO
the market and the
FINEST In the STATE !
AndfwliLbe sola at from
$2.50 to $5t00 PER ACRE!
For Cask er es I
ET8 for sale-at O.
pot bearing coup
be. taken at full
Saddle and H
Ho. 374 :
bet. 1511s 16th.
ALL orders and
to and satisfa
inc promptly attended
sssTCash paid lor J
All kinds of
nine and re-
pairioe doM t
isonaoie ru s.
Anne lot of
COOPS coDjtaaUy on hand
r 9? es " ?
- sTl! ,. 5
i . Ciw 50 H
R & HaS
! H S
o Z 2
E. 5 ' g
CD - m
CK fk OOA rKK DAY. Agentswaut
3)0 IU JIJ cd. AH clawts of work
ing people ol either ser, young or old, aako
more money at work for us in their spare mo
ments or all the tirn than at anything else.
Addiess STINSON A Cl.. Portland, Maine
By virtue of a vendl issued out of the Dis
trict Court for Cumming County, Nebraska,
and to me dirvcted, I will on tbe 24th day of
July, A. d., 1S74, at 10 o'clock, a. M. ot said
day, at the store room of Albert Tucker, No.
23i Douglas street, in the city ot Omaha, and
County of Douglas, in said State, seU at auction
the following described property, levied upon
to satisfy a Judgment of said Court, re
covered by II. L. Henry, gaint Albert
Tucker, to-wit ; Eighty-five cases of men's snd
boys' boots, 23 cases of shoes ; also all tbe retail
stock of boots and shoes contained in said sure;
also a small line ot hats and caps ; also the fol
lowing described store and office furniture :
Two lounges, 1 desk, 1 stove and pipe, 2 chairs,
1 show case and L letter press, or so much of the
said goods as arc nectssa-y to satisfy said judg
ment and costs, and accruing e osts thereon.
YM BORIS'S MACHINE
AU kinds ot light and heavy
MACHLVEKY MADE & REPAIRED.
W9AU Wo'k Guarantceer&l
366 HARSEY 8TSEET. - 0XAE1.
22S rtmham Street, - Omaha, Heb
WHOLESALE AMD KZTAIL DEALXS IS
FURNITURE, BEDDING. ETC.
TREETSCHKE & CO.,
ahiI Geaeili Provision Dealers,
8. W. Cor. Jackson and 13th BU-,
Kcpa supeiior stock of Groceries, Provisions,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and sell cheaper
than any ether house Iu Omaha. Jy3 3m
Justice of the Peace
Office over tho State Bank, corner rf Farn
ham and 13th streets. !e 1
-ha' factobct or asd sbauex r
Laffibrrqulm anil fT'ndoir Shades,
CIIBOXOS, EXGRATIXGS AND
170 Farnham street. comer Fifteenth
Mrs. D. A. M0ITETT,
664 Fourteenth St.,
jeSO 3m OMAHA. NEB.
E. T. TAGE, Proprietor.
lOlh St., bet. Farnham and Hamey,
Free Buts lo and from all Train.
Passengers for other Hole's or private Rtali
dences, carried for 2J cents.
3- AU onUrs left at P. U. Allen's, 2d door
from P. O, C Wilsou A ton. tor. 13th and
H-rney, and the City Hotel Omce, will receive
prompt attention. iy'loi
B. 'W. Cor, cf ldib aa J Harney 8ts.
JUSTUS KESSLER, Proprietor,
Between 0th. ar.d 10th.
CHAKLE8 FIXDEH.MAN, Prop.
To. 630 Bizteesth Street,
Opp. Jeflcrson Square, OJLVIIA, NEB.
JOSEPH DOTE, Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable rales.
First-class bar attached to the house.
Sioux Cily & Pacific R. R.
In connection with the
Sioni City ana St. Paul Railroafl,
C2 Mil s t
e Shortest Eoute
Omaha & Council Bluffs
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS,
Stillwater, Anoka, Duluth,
AND ALL POINTS IN MINNESOTA.
Train leaves Omal a Uallr, (except Satunlar)
at 6.00 P v., and Council lUufl-i at 8 00 P. X.,
from Chicago and Northwestern rxpoU
Fare as LOW and Time as QUICK
bj sHjr other LIbp.
PCIXMAN TALACE SIXEPING CAP
On all night Trains.
Be sure your tickets read via Sioux C tr, thus
avoiding circuitous routes and midufght
TICKETS can be purchased at the officer of
tbe Chicago and North Western Hallway
in Omaha aud Council Iilufis.
J. C BOYDEN,
C. T. A K. Ag't.
. a HILL,
K. C. AI. It. B.
GEO. W.GRATTON, Agent,
163 Farnham Street,
JaljlS OMAHA. BKR.'
238 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
Fatat Wleels, Fiaiskei Qeariag, 4c
JUler, Srrjufj aad TWmhlt Skrlas
Carriages, Hacks uj Buggies
Starfetacker 'iraajma Depot.
The KIngof the SEWING MAOIISE
Realms ci Finance.
In Round Numbers
monstrate d .
t t d lutmca -I0 evldencw
THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
W. N. NASON, Agent,
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
538 and 540 Fourtata Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
-SUCCtSSORS TO CBEIQirrON aN3 moroan-
Ao. Zdb Farniam Street,
Ki&;i ---. -
WHITNEY, B AUSERKAN & C
2To. 247 Douglas Street,
f K AT A T -. Jk
AUENTS FOB TH! DUP0.T POWDER CO.
AND DEALERS IN
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Sea
Je l .MtliERS SOLICITED .' JCD PROMPTLY FILLED. '
a.. :ej. simpso
--MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN CIGAKi
532 SOIFTEJE.ISrTia: ST.
O. L. A.
aaa voa&e street, 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I kceD cons intlr on hsml hn f.n.it aimV l Rmui ntv. r...i . -.'
which lam prepared to make up in tLe niost
PUNDT, MEYER Sc RAAPK
Teas, Spices. TobAeoo and Cigari
212 FarnLam Street,
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY,
S31 sFarnh.&m Street,
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Shelf l Heavy Hard w;
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, WAGON STOCK
TUREsUEKK. HARK8TEKg, REaPUU. KOWKRI. DHILLs.
CUHa.ota.MKRM FLOW4, COI.TIVATOBS. HAV
ItsKEs AND WIOOHI.
246 Douglas St., Omaha, XTebra
Wines, Liquors, CisI
Iaa0iaeHtuclfJWaljkIesaa4 fapwrtftfJoedi a Specl
(Caldwell Bloear,) f
HOICZS and TJLBMB Of 27ZS
The Burln-ton and MUsnri P -.verallroad Co.. oSers -at Un's atToir pric
credatttK wi.lnterest, a d -l ha tonus premiuiaot Wpereent. on the
purchase, ft nalf.ihVlana U cultivated, within two yasrs froia oaU of parchas..
LA11GB DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAY3IBXTS
North of Platte, Irjup Fork
TteRiK. R.-K. O,. will seC about J.000,000 acrs
a weUatered country, at Irom ll-fl to 17.uo p" -
South of he Platte
iustroacai.Valtoy. F-rcU- UrsaaJIull
C. B. SCHALLIB, Arent B. k M. Ind
Or fieMral Ltmi Btfutwuat, Umc
WORLD t. pre-eminently ss Gold Bc'-ns ,
mat the superiority of the Sieger is fu '
212 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAUfj
- - 2sTE
- - nsriE
fashionable st) Its and te suit thomost f J
- - Omalia
GLOVES and NOT
- - isr:
FANCY DRY Gl
Boots and Shoes.
of " .Hriea:
lalor - atloo apply to
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