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THE OMAHA BES
THURSDAY , JTJTJY 23 , IST
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY ,
THE OMAHA DAIO BEE
rltbly In advance :
THK OMAHA. DMLT BKI haa by far tj
, and i
tABGEBT drcnlaUon in the city
bereforc , tin be t nd cheapest tdverUili
ABTHtnsrjia. Local notlret , '
T s line toe ; fcjthe local month , 10 cents. >
SrerSemeat Inserted tor lew J f ° I
Bpedal noticea,10cenuperlii > e ; slngleinae
Uon , not lea than 23 ceata. Invariably 1 ,
Tanalent abtrtl emfsnU must
" tei tor rtaadSg ndiertijemcnU by pcd
eCluligal Xotlcci , Statement. , Tabal
Work,7ST eqtilring careful revision bjcop
Sprool too. furnished , must be handed
before ten o'clock i. x. to insurs insertion t
ciaTand Local advertisement , before ti
adrertaemenu tor th WKKKLT Bj
auit be handed In before Monday noon , for t
tuna week' " larui.
1BU1YAL AJ(1 ( > DEPABlOliE t
rim * Cd of tb BarllnRton Ron
Sunday .excepted. 'Monday , except
line running Pullman Hoi
T6i If the only
. . ABSI
UtUy Frelfiht _ . . 6:45 : A. li. 3.30 A.
Chlc co , Boclc
. . S30A.M. 10:40 P ,
2AO P. M. nooo A ,
CUlCBeo & NortU-westira.
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JBxpreSi.- * * * ' ' * * * *
r. St. Jo. & Council lilt
JUllErprcM . P.I5A.SL 2:1M'
Daily ercspt Sundaye.
Omnlbtuef and R gace W Ron leave
Farnham and Ninth street * ,
ffice , corner
eeamiunt 8 in advance of the above Halii
and Closing of Malls
O.4S. VT.B.K- . . 2:60 7:15 :
Chca 0 wa all Eastern cltlos , Nebn
City , PlatUxcuth , Council Blun and Burl
ton , due at 10 JO m.clusca at 4i30 a. m.
I p Dl.
Bt. LouU and EL Joseph , duo at 10:00 &
tnd 7 p. m. ; close , at 1 : 5 ji. m. and 4:30 : a
Office open Sunday. Irom 121o 1 p. m.
C. K. YOST. I'ostmatU
lA'rlOM of the DAILT BKK In m
tbaa doBble tJmt of aBy otlicr di
pBp rpat > lUiicd.in Kcbraaka.
Peycke'i Restaurant and Oji
room * . The leading house of
kind. 207 , Famham street , betw
Twelfth and Thirteenth. Jeb24i
All quiet at the police court.
Town talk the Beecher/KJl
Sixteen cars of tea came
from the vest yesterday.
Box No. 6 has been moi
from the corner of Ninth and ]
clfie streets , to the west end of :
Union Pacific depot Citizens
that vicinity will please take noti
A pet squirrel got away at i
Trivoli Garden yesterday , 1
was recaptured after a lively ch :
up several trees and two or th
Paul Nelson , llx-ing on
Mary's avenue , died Tuesday , a
was buried yesterday. He \
an old settler , having lived here
Clemmie Chase , tl'o bright
of a happy and dignified fath
His Honor , the Mayor , admiral
fills the office Of page at the sessic
of the City Council.
Master Ed Taylor hud his rig
hand badly jammed yesterday ,
being caught in the gearing of
planing machine. He will probal
loose one of his fingers.
Beacon ixnlge No. 20 , 1. O.
P. , gave an ice-cream social
at Meyer's Hall Ir t evenii
Among the other attractions of t
occasion were cinging by t
Arion Quartette Club and othe
On Monday night some thi
stole about $200 worth of arn
clothing boots , sboes , pantaloot
shirts , blarkets , &c. , at the bs
racks. As yet no clue has been o
taincd to either the missing pier
or tlfe tlu'ef.
A very handsome Pullnu
sleeping car , the "Galesburg , " can
in Tuesday' from , the East , over tl
favorite route , the Chicago , Burlini
tonQnincy , over which road
-will hereafter run regularly. 11
many citizens who had the pleasu
of viewing it , among whom we ;
several .prominent railroad mei
pronounce it the most magnl
leent car that. . they ever saw. :
is & very .large car , being sixty-nii
feet and three and one-half inchi
longf'and. ten feet and six inchi
inside ; the inside width is nine fa
and four inches ; the berths ai
three and one-half feet wide , an
the aisle is two feet and nine inchi
wide. It has sixteen wheels , foi
lochcrs , fourteen sections , one stai
room , one ladies dressing room , an
one gents' do. In every respe <
this beautiful "palace on wheels" ;
most elegantly and luxuriously fu ;
nished , and runs very smooth !
over the solid and well-laid track <
the Greal Burlington Route.
To-day is the last day o :
iervice for the August term of thf
Probate Court. _ ,
The managers of the Douglai
bounty Bible Society will hold :
meeting this afternoon at the Pres
b > terian church to decide upoi
putting some bibles where they wilde
do the most good. They will quit
likely supply the cars of the Unloi
Pacific with them , and Jt is sug
gested that they include the officei
and employes of the road among th
recipients , many of whom , we wi
wager , have not brushed the dus
off the good book for m-my a mont
During thepastyearan immenf
ditching plow has been in procei
of construction at the TJnion Pacif
shops. It was completed sorx
time ago , and a trial was made wil
it yesterdaj- . The Jplow is bui
on a flat car , constructed express :
for it , and is intended solely f
ditching along the road. At tl
rial this .morning it worked satl
factorily to the parties witnessii
ts operation , among whom w
Mr. S. H. H. Clark , General Bupc
ntendent of whose fertile bra
the plan of the plow is an 01
growth. As the steam shovel h
revolutionized a certain branch
railroad construction , so may i
look to see the matter of diggi
the countless miles of ditchi
along the railroads , by manual \
bor , superseded by this original a
Gen. John M. Thayer is registei
at the Grand Central.
M. W. Benschoter , a promini
citizen and one of the founders
Loup City , is at the Wyoming.
Max Strechlow , correspondent
the Pcoria Democrat , was in i
Geo. Christ , of the United Stn
Mall Service , is at the Grand C
Surveyor. General Cunninglif
of Plattsmouth , is registered at
William Irving , of Plattsraou
freight agent of the B. & M. in 1
braska , is at the Grand Central.
The Yokes family will arrive h
to-day from Chicago , over
Chicago , Burlington and Quli
railroad , en route to San Francis
C. S. Blackman , representing
extensive wholesale French f
eery house , is stopping at the Me
Dr. Jensen and wife loft for
Louis yesterdpy. Mrs. Jen
will pursue her journey alone
Canada , from that city , to v
General Superintendent S. H.
Clark , and General Freight Ag
Vining , of the Union Pacific , A
leave for San Francisco to-d
Tennie C. Claflin and Vict <
Woodhull went East Tuesd
hastening on to New York to t
a hand in that Beecher-Tilton sc
dal. Tennie had expected to m
James F. Joy , President of
Michigan Central , in this city , J
upon learning .by inquiry at
depot that ho had left Omaha
Sunday last , she expressed her i
appointment by remarking , "I
surprised that Mr. Joy should hi
gone , knowing as he did , tha
would be hero to-day. "
The following are the arrivals
the Wyoming :
Louis P Monk , and family , K
York ; E DeHavens , Sioux City
Anderson , James Wilson , Chica
A J Tjclle , L Vod , Henry Surp
ant , New Orleans ; T J Koot , Ge
Camera , Chas E Deyo and w
Chicago ; ESFawcett and fam :
Mrs E Gifiord , Philadelphia ; C
Tucker , Iowa ; H J Ranall ,
Lake City ; E M Collins , Fremo
M M McKay , MrsEnsalen and fa
ily , Mike Kramer and family , K :
sas City ; F W Grenell , Ft Calhoi
J S Hankcnberry , Kansas City
A Gillett , Cedar Bapids ; Jos <
Lane , Detroit ; Fred Koper , Cn
J H Ackley , D C Brown , Sic
City ; Robert M Welch , Jr , Soi
Carolina ; John H Roe , James Ke <
Grand Island ; J F Reynolds a
wife , Fremont ; T M Duncan , Ja
sonville , 111 ; Charles M Burw
The following dispatch was
ceivcd at Government headquart
in this city yesterday :
CAMP STAMBUGH , July 17
Assistant Adjutant GcncralDcpa
ment of Italic , Omaha :
I have just returned from a sc <
on the Cottonwood , Big and Lit
RaponKe. , and Big and Little Wi
rivers , and found no signs of ]
dians. Captain Bote's second en
airy has just returned Irom a scoi
and reports that lie struck the tr
of a small party on Powder divii
going south ; followed trail about
miles south of the three crossin
on Sweohvater. Met the party ]
: urning ; killed one Indian aud cii
turpd seven head of horses. Wi
exception of this small band the
are no hostile Indians in the D
trict. D. S. GORDON ,
Cap. 2d Cav. Comd'g Dist.
Tolly Customer * .
As I intend going east within t
or three weeks , for the purpose
purchasing a large stock of goo
or the fall trade , I hope those of n
customers who are indebted to i
will call and settle by the first
the .month , so that I can have tl
pleasure of paying cash 'for n
goo < ls , thus affording me an oppc
tunity to purchase cheaper for the
1 ti FRANK J. RAMQ K.
TiiE trade is hereby notified th ;
a gr eat reduction is made in tl
pric 3 of Culboun flour on account
decl ine in price of wheat ,
CLARK , PARSONS & Co.
f 21st , 1874. .St
Tj.dian Curiosities jit No. i :
Fan ihamstreet , corner llth .stree
The City Council met in th
new Council Chamber Tuesda ;
evening , in Pattee's Opera House
and an elegant room it is.
A communication was reai
from the Mayor , in which he report
that he has executed a contract wit
John Peterson to grade Saundei
street the sureties the same s
named in the , bid.
An opinion of City Attome
Thurston was read on the questio
of the right of the city to grade
street seventy-two feet instead <
one hundred. He thinks that
street cannot be said to be brougl
to grade unless it is gmded the ei
tire width. Unless it is so grade
that property on the street cann <
be made to pay a portion of the e :
penses.Rules for the government <
Hanscom.Park were referred to tl
committee , Messrs. Marsh , Luci
and President Gibson.
The report of appraisers appoint
to estimate damages to property c
Bt Mary's avenuewas read. Itcoi
siders the benefits accruing to pi
perty , and annexes to most lots 'i
damage. " Mr. B. E. B. Kenned
is allowed $350 , and the tot
amount of damage to all owners
estimated at $950. A vote was taki
on a motion of Mr. Lucas , to pos
pone for one week , and the motii
was lost by 4 to 7. Those voting 1
it were Messrs. Campbell , Luci
Steplienson , and A. A. Gibson. T
motion to confirm the awards w
carried by a vote of 7 to 4.
The following resolution !
Mr. Swobe , was adopted , by a v <
of 5 to 4 : Resolved , by the , CI
Council , that the Mayor be and
hereby authorized to borrow frc
the sinking fund , the sum of ni
hundred and fifty dollars , and tl
he is hereby authorized to imn
diately pay the same to the propei
owners on St Mary's avenue ,
whom damages have been award
as approved op thjs date. And 11
the city treasurer be authorized
loan the said sum , the same to
replaced and provided for in I
A letter was read from.the cl
engineer of the St. Louis wa
workswhoin answer to an inqui
says he cannot tell what it woi
be worth to prepare an estimate
the cost of water works for this ci
but } je will visit Omaha if the coi
cil will pay ] s expenses. I
Marsh moved that he'be invited
visit this city , as this man has hi
died the same water that we p
pose to lisp , The motion was t
Certain citizens of the Sect
Ward , residing on Twelfth , Tl
teenth , Fourteenth aud Fifteei
streets , south of Howard , ask tht
cistern be constructed on the COD
of Fifteenth anrl Leavenwo
streets. Referred so the commit
Chief Engineer GalL'gan , of
Fire Department , nsts permiss
teplftpp box 6 on the western <
of the new U , P , flppot. Refer
to the committee on fire , with p <
er to act.
A petition was received in fa
of extending Pierce street from g
teenth street to Ruth's additi
Referred to City Engineer with
struotions to prepare a plat for
natures of property holders.
The following resolution by 3
Marsh was introduced : Jtesoh
That the Street Commissioner
instructed to lay a twelve-ii
cement dram pipe across Saund
and Eighteenth streets , at si
point on each .street as is necess
to give proper drainage. Refer
to committee on streets and grat
with power to act.
The following resolution
Mr. Stephenson was adopted : -
solved , That the thanks of t
Council be tendered to James
Pattee , Esq. , forthepleasantchf
ful , and commodious room he 1
prepared for the meetings of t
A communication was receii
from the Union Pacific band ofl
ing to give a sacred concert In Ha
com Park next Sunday , If transp
tation be furnished. A motion
Mr. Swobe , that the senior meml
from the First furnish transportat
free of cost , was carried.
The following resolution by
Brown was adopted : Jtcsolv
That the Mayor is hereby auth
ized to appoint three commission
to appraise the damage , if any ,
the owners of property on Doc
street , that may be caused by 1
change of grade on said street , fr <
the west side of Twenty-secc
street to the east side of Fourteei
street , and that the Mayor make 1
appointments this evening , 1
Mayor appointed as such apprals
W. R. Bartlett , M. G. McKoon , a
J. J. Sutphen.
By President J. S. Gibson J
solved , By the City Council that I
city engineer be directed to sur\
the extension of 20th street fn
the northeast corner of the tr.
known aud designated as Ellen H
ford's heirs' tract , so as to conm
with.20th street at the starting po
first above mentionedand also atl
crossingof St. Mary's avenue and
be of equal width at each of said ;
tersections with 20th street so cc
A resolution that no pai
holding picnics or cntertainnici
in the park shall bu allowed
charge an entrance fee to the pai
was referred to special commit !
on rules of park. -r
A communication was re
from J. F. Sheeleyand E. B Will
committee of fire department , in
ing the Council to purchase
large fire alarm bell. After co
siderable discussion the report w
adopted , and the purchase of t
bell ordered by a unanimous vo
The bell is to weigh 3,000 pouu
and to cost $1,177.
The public printing for thene
year was awarded to the DAIJ
BEE , as the lowest bidder.
Further time was granted t ;
committee for the examination
ex-Police Judge Dudley's accoui
An ordinance to abolish , tl
office of Captain of Police was i
troduced by Mr. Lucas , and re :
Mr. Lucas offered a resolutic
to advertise for bids for placit
stone curbing on both sides of Far
lam and Douglas streets. Refem
to the committee on grades.
Mr. Swobe moved to appoii
special policemen to serve witho
extra pay in Hanscom Park. Ca
A. Bonnerson was awarded tl
contract for hay at $7.60 per ton.
rJolin Haley wa& appoint !
special policeman at the Park , at
The Council-adjourned for 01
, Cleaning and repaifii
done in the neatest manner , at tl
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
Oth S tbet Farnham and Dougla
THE POSTAL INYESTIGTAIOW
Arrival of Special Kail Agen
Hawley. from Chicago.
U. R. Hawley , of Chicago , Specia
Mail Agent , arrived here yesterda ;
accompanied by his daughtei
and took , quarters at the Grani
Central Hotel. Mr. Hawley wa
met on the other side of the rive
by Mr. Paul Vanderwort , chit
clerk of the Union Pacific railwa
mail sei vice , and on the transfe
train by Mr. Furay , who accompf
nied him to his hotel. He came hei
o investigate the charges preferre
by Mr. Bye against Postmast <
Yost , and special mail agent Fi
ray. The examination commence
yesterday afternoon , in the offic
of Mr. Vanderwort , over Bartlett
Smith's real estate office. It wi
jrobably conUnueseveral days , ac
we shall endeavor to give the resu
of each day's business , if possibl
even if the investigation is beir
held with closed doors , and no r
Every effort is being made 1
Mr. Bye , who preferred tl
charges , to have a fair , square ai
open investigation. Mr. Bye
not out of the mail service , , as tl
morning's Herald intimates , but
still performing his duties as railwi
postal clerk , and will very like
continue to do so for some time
come. The citizens of Oma
demadthatno whitewash , be 'o '
plied in this case , but thftt evei
thingbe made public just as Urea
- A Ha py Wedding.
Charley Williams , a handsoi
agricultural implement agent
Fremont , was married.last Tuesd
night to Miss Mary Miller , t
daughter of a well xo jlo Doc
THE LAST CHANCE
To obtain the best daily paper pi
lished iu Nebraska at the excei
ingly low rate of fifty cents ]
After the first of August no si
scriptions will bg received at 1
than the regular prjpp.
Now is THE THIB ; ? 1.5Q in i
vance pays for the OMAHA DA3
BEE three months. jy23-3
Hormal Institute ut Fremont Defer
CRETE , July 21
EDITOR BEE :
I have thought best to defer
Nornjal T.nsttute at Fremont <
week. Jt will thpreforp conjraei
Tuesday , August lth , at 2 o'cl ' <
The National Teachers' Asso (
tion meets at Detroit during the f
week in August , and as all th
whom I expected to assist me ,
pect to attend that Associatioi
cannot have the assistance in
Institute until the 18th. Will otl
paper * please notice.
J. M.MCKENZTE ,
A FEW more good solicitors wa
ed at thp new Affloripftn gewj
Machine rooms , 583 Soventeeei
street. . 3. H. SEAMAN ,
GRAND BUSINESS CIIANCE.-
well established drug.buslness , w
a large and continually increasi
patronage , with buildings , real
tate , stock and fixtures , in the thr
ing'pity of Sewardj 26 miles wesl
Lincoln , whloh has brighter pr
peots for rapid development tb
any city in the west. Also a co
pleto mlUnory stock and establish
business. The above will be sold
part , if the whole can be dlspoi
of to different persons.
Satisfactory reasons given forsc
ing on application. Cash paymei
or its equivalent will be requiri
This Ls a rare chance to make me
ey , and those desiring to engage
this business should apply or addr <
immediately H. A. Lewis , or 1
porter office , Seward , Seward coi
ty , Nebraska ,
THE FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE ,
12th street , between Farnham a
Harney , will , during the months
July and August , be open from
o'clock a. m. till 12:30 p. m. a
from 4:30 p. m. to 12:30 a. m.
* F. ALSTEAD.
BELI.EVUE GROVE , twelve mil
from Omaha , on the line of the
& M. R. R. , and 100 yards from t
depot , has been improved for pii ni
and private parties
BY M'AUSLAND & MARTIN.
All engagements for the gro
will be made through
ANDY MCAUSI.AND ,
jy7tf. 242 Douslis Street.
Foil reason of remarkable Ic
prices. I am selling "my' spring ai
summer goods very rapidly.
julylO-tf J. H. STEIN.
ICE CREAM , ! ICE CREAM
H. L7 LATEV'S is the place to )
for this very necessary commodit
VpLK's HAM. , tree concert eve1
evening by Professors Celarlus at
- , june27-lm
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION .
Notice is hereby given that tl
partnership , heretofore existing b
; ween the undersigned , under tl
firm name of Windheim & Arnol
has been this day dissolved by mi
ual consent. All debts due ac
Owing to said late firm to be paid i
E. Windheim , and alt debts due I
said late firm , to be paid by said 1
Windheim. july20-3t *
STORE BUILDING FOR SAL1
I will sell at a great bargain
lot and store building in Ft Ca
houn , Neb. The building is 33 b
50 feet , and is equipped with com
ters and shelving hi complel
order. No place In theState affort
greater inducements for addition !
usiness in general merchandizing
CINCINNATI ? July 22.
The prinieis-m the Times office
on learning that theyTvvere to b
discharged and their places to b
filled by non-union metf.ton Satui ' "
day next , all stoppetU'work' ' th !
morning ( ahd th& o'ffice was the ;
filled by non-unionimeii. - . ' *
WASHINGTON- July 22. ,
In consequence of the ' openingj
the bids for the new fiv'ckper cen
loan to-jnorrow , Secretary Bristol
-will not leave fbr.Loug Branch ur
evening Eight bid
til to-morrow ,
were received .this morning , princ
pally from New York ; The bid
yTill be opened at twelve ! o'clock
morrow , but .will not be made pul
lie until the day after. ' 0-
Bo'sTpN. July 22
The evening papers all cornrnei
on the latest phase of the Beeclie
Tilton scandal. The..Herald . 'saj '
Tilton's statement is a social bom !
shell one of the most destructi
kind and teaches us that all me
are tainted with.sih ; It 3s a terrib
lesson 6t ; huruiity. ) tTho Trayelc
which publishes- Beecher senm
every Saturda'y , says the , matter h ;
'now ' assumed aiVa peefwheaatC
no longer be'-i nbred. . A reputatic
that has .been achieved. Jy the , pu
licworkofyearsjis tarnished by th
accusation , , but it all may yet 1
made clear by tli'e-tuccused.
" The Transcript" says it matte
'little ' as to thfc.fate of .the acc.user *
this c se , but | he , erninoht arid I
loyed perspn'whoni'Tiltoii has dra
* § ed before -ffie-'tribunal of popul
'opinlon'mustoiowtf ' ' answer for 1
.life . , on whatsis .dearer to him , ,1 ,
good name. , . " ,
The JpurnaJ'says- Ipcume
Is either' an' extraordinary tissue *
mistakes , wo'veii-by a disorder
mind , or.itis ; almost sadctenl
HiLAEi.vAiA. July 22.
This morning1- - terrible trage
was enactedatnumber1839Npi ;
Ninth street. A.-twoj sto.ry brj
building , owned by Ggprge Was
ington , Hoffman , who occupied
with bis wire'.jiCarrie , ! and a p
baby , aared:5 months. . . , The fain
was apparently.- : .good crcu
stances , and lived happy. lEvei
thing about the house was neat a
clean and ' 'irfdicated ' perf
contentment. ' 'The.Ifirst . fli
front is .a : parlor. This is
cozy little .room and some
the furniture vas , covered 'withh
cloth , and.sbme with rep. Back
this , Jbirti'o't gominbnicating w
jtj'ls the" setting aiifl djuhig roe
In this room , among the furnitu "
is , a comfortably lounge. Goo.
Hoffman' , the owner and occupa
is a carriage blacksmith by tra
and .has . been out of work for so
time , only' having an oppoftun
occasionally , ' of ' doing small jo
This morning wilhout warnii
he suddenly struck his wife wjth
poker , aiming H'at her head.
warded off the blow and received
full forge on her arm , the pbk er < \
hqtjiaylng JiisUa en'ifKom thp f
fie repeated 'the'tjlowabd qmj
ly produced , a razor with which
cut a long gash on the left" side
his wife's .head . , she tl
seized him and a strug
took place for the weapon. M
Hoffman received eleven small c
on the head. Finally Hoffman :
backward and while on the fl
sljp drew _ a rgzor across hjs tl r '
three times , cutting It from ea'i
ear , and in. a short time he expir
Her wounds , though paintul ,
NOTICE. AcmrtUemenU of To Let ,
Sale , Loct , Wants , Found , Boarding ; Ac. ;
be Inserted in these columns once ( or 1
CENTSnr line ; each subsequent Insert
FIVE CEFJS "per line. The-first Insert
nerer Iwsthaa TWEJJTV-FIVE CENTS
Men to work. . . Inquire at <
WANTED Market , Cor , Douglas and J ,
] ulya2 2t.
ANTED A 'live canrasser at 508 I
A girl to do general house wi
WANTED at H. Pomeroy's. West end
Mary's Ayenue. Wages -So.Og per wcjk.
T710R HPJlSllQuspotrwli mjirCau'str
. jy2 fT a. -JAILOR & o
T7IOB ENT-A two-story brick bulWlng
P Harney. 'roar 10th street , suitable li
boarding house ; nice yard cistern , well , ct
and other conTeoIencet. Apply at Otncc
GREAT \\KSTEKN LAN1J AaENCV ,
and 131 Faruham itiee't. JT21
LAND COO'Afcres ' Of choice land
CHEAP County , for sale at J1.75 per a
one-half casb.'balanceone year at 10 par a
Apply at Offiice of Great Western Land Agei
. .130131 Farnbam street. jy :
A girl to do general honsein
WANTED 404 Hurt St.k . Jy20i
TT1BRNISIIED ROOMS to rent wl.hor w !
JJ toUt.lxMUdi No. 117 Podge street ; r
ninth. jylC ) :
A rirl tp'eocilc ' a Amir !
WANTED ; jiU M lath.Dougiisit ;
( / / .Jvl
GIRL WANTED Inquire at lMoi
Order Window'Pot Office.Jyl3 :
A man .tq work about , pli
WANTED , at Hall's Foundry. Jy 13U
\fOK SALE A neat cottage , corner 17th i
faTcnpcrt. 'Inquire at'
jylOtf U. HO..KKERGER , Douglas
fJiMPLOYMENT OFFJCE-Room No. 1. KOI
Ej east corner 15th'and Douglas Sts. Wa
cd immediately , servant girls' , farmhands , c
pentersand laborers , also real .estate bought i
sold , and taxes paid lor uoa-reaidcnts.
'J.N. FISHER ,
JyStf ' ' ' Omaha , N
ANTED IMMEPIATEIA girl to
W house-work. Apply. ' 331' lutenp
stieet , between 17th and 18th , jy3t
TORB TO RENT IDS'Douglas street. :
) quire of WEBBER & BEHM
| UR RENT House on 15th , near Davcnpi
Mree ; . jeSOtf S. . A. TAYLOR A CO
POR RENT House on Chicago , near IGth
JjeSOtf S. A. TAYLOR 4 CO
- boarders , at the. lonthwi
WANTED-Day Harney sts. Je29t
WAklLD A cneap isrm-in eicnange i
merchandise. Address , Farmer , Bi
T WILL SELL .SECOND-HAND Carriag
JL and one Hearse , cheap for cash or trade ,
I need the room for new ones.
JelWtf. Q : w. HOMAN.
> fi SALE 160 acres o ! land , being itho J
_ C MotseclS , iu township 13NoJ R 4 E.
the SE part , ol BUU..T ccunly , to miles Nirt
west of Lincoln. A well im , ; ovtdfarm adjoi
'L ? .1116 * ' . " " country til atoiind it
thlcty stttiodr Wfll sell for J500 , one hi
down , balancs in one year , or $3 00 per acre
cash , or wilt trade for city property. .Apply
mv21U - AN DREW EOSEWATER.
mo THE PDBLic The undersigned h
JL purctased and put upon thev treeta
public conveyances , some of the finest carriag
ei ermancfoctnrcd in this country. They will
run to andlrom the depots , hotels and priva
residences. All orde left st the Metropolis
ottK-pr at , thestable , near a e cor of Efevcn
"ta ? , UpUr ! ATel > ue , will be promptly o
tended to A share ot thejmblic patronage
respectfully solicited ; JOHN E/ITOLL :
' " -
United States Hotel ,
COR. DOUGLAS AND TENTH , STREEia
J. cesthat-ha has purchased and reflttedtl
above Hotel , and is now ready to accommoda
, the public , with board by day or week ; at rea
onaSlerates. - WILLIAM.LEUR.Iprop.
july22 ' 74 ly
CABRUGE , BUGGY u
\ . r"
N. E. CORNER of 14th. and 'HARNEY 8T1
lirOHLD mpectfullyannonncetothe pal
YY lie that be Is now ready tp'fllTalJ coi
irrcts in the abore lines with'neatacu an
dispatch. A ' -
. JM'Ezprcu ' wagons ' conaUntly Wii 'offhand en
- - -
" > fir - . -A
uw AS1' ' ORDINANCE.
An Ordinance to amend section 2 of chapter
XXXf of lEe f e'vKca ordinance. ;
Be U ordaTnetT by the city council ol the city el
O Omaha ; T . i 5 , !
"sicrWJf T. That section 2of chapter.XXXl .
of the Reviled Ordinance of the City of Ornate
be 10 amended as.to read as follows , to-wlt :
" Any 4wUer ; 'proprietor ' or agent of any lint
or place hereia mentioned , may receive jucenct
to employ' one or more postes or runners npoi
application and , uponenlemag into a bgni t <
the city 'bi Omaha inthesmaof'nve-hundrei
dollars for each license conditional for the pay
ment of all damage which" shill occur by rtaioi
rot the : careless tor , improper handling of ani
goods or articles entrusted to the care of auci
postes w rnndersi and'fufther , upon the pay
uieut of the following sums. for a .license lor on
year , to wlti * ' -
; -An runneu or , poste.for Jany. public house
hotel , steamboat , stage'or omnibus Hue , twent. .
five dollars , as ruuuers for . .ay mercbantili
house or firm fifty dollars with proportional
: rat es for a less period ; , , i j
1'r.o VIDEO that no license shall issne for ,
less period than nix mouths.
Passed July 8 , 1874.
Attest : . ! ' i I ,
, o.c.'LUDLOw , , .J. S.GIB.ON : ,
' " * City Olert. Pri * . City Council
Approved July 9 , 1874. - . i . '
JyjildSt - S.-C < CHASE.Mayoi
An ordinance levying 'taxes for the year i87i
Be it oidained by the city council of the city J
Oniaba'-/ . ' ' - -
SKCTifjji I ; Thal'the ' following Uses be an
the same are hereby levied pn the assessed va
ue of the property within tald CHy'for the yea
'A.D.-l9U.i S.i- ' . ' . >
For the general fund of said , city to'beuse
for'general purpose ) , a tax otlfen'mill-on eac
dullar , " I
. For the slnU'lng fund Of said city a tax of fii
mills on eicU 'dollar ; . ,
SECTIOX I. That the following taxes be.-an
'Ihe ' same 'are hereby levied 4n the assessed va
ue of all the property within , the school dlstrli
of the city 'of Omaha- the county of Dougli
In'tbe state of , Nebraska for the year A. D. , 18i
For the school fund of 'said district ; a tar (
five 'mills ' on 'each ' dollar.
SKCiioNiIII TUia ordinance shall takecifo
and be In force frdm 'and alter1 its passage ,
, PawedJuly > 7,0874. r
O. C. LTJDLOW1 1 JL S.GIBSON ,
City Cleric. . Pres. Cily Councl
Arrroved-Jrily 8 , Id74. * ' ;
Jy21d3t , i f C.S./JUASE.May , < )
' .AN ORDINANCE.
An' OrdinanceWfreiatlon to 'the extension
18tu Sttcct. , , r
Be 'it ordained Ey'the'City'Corncil of theCi
.of Omaha. : . . . . . .
SECTION II. Tliat It is'anl Is hereby decla
redt : il > * lneciisary .for the City of Omaha
aqpropriate a certain tra.pt or parcel of landf <
the public nse-anUbeneflfof said City for t
extension of 18th street in said City and to
used and occupied ns part of tald 18th street ,
, (5iid ( real-estate , is situated within said Ci
and is described as follows ; to wit :
A strip of land 6C feet wide , and about 20 ro
long extending tr m the present notheru teru
nusof 18th street , north' through the tan
shown upon the map of said City as being sw :
cd by'the heirs of Samuel Mahon to the sou
line of Lake's'addltion ' to said City. All of sa
s rip of land being in th'e South East quarter
the South West quarter , of section Ten In Do
glass Cou.nty.Mebraska and containing one U ;
'acre of ttnd more or less.
' -'SECTION ir.That the mayor be and he
hereby Instructed to appointUireeconimlsslo
r to upraise gall lands above discribpdaccoi
SKCTIDS III. This'ordinanee shall take eflV
and be in force f run and af ttr its passage.
Passed July 8lli 1874.
O.C.LUDLOW , J..S. GIBSON
City Clerk. . Pres. City Counc
Approved July 9th 1S74.-3
jy21d3t - C.'S. CHASE. Mayi
BTEOM BElCp. f PW'SI S. BE
BYRON REED & CO.
. .The Oldest .Established
Real Estate Agenc
Keep a complete Abstract of Title to > U R
Estate In Om ha and Douglas countT.
538&540 Fourteenth Street ,
( Office np stain. ) Omaha , Nebraska. Carriaj
and Buggies on hand or. made to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Bepa
Hydraulic , Oemenl
INFORJI TIIE t JBLIC 1OJ
WOULD are now ready to furnish H
DBAULIC'CEMEST , of the Tery best qualil
and in any quantity jeithcr at the factory , whl
Is located at Bcatrice.Ncb. , or at the Pipe wet
in Omaha. They also are prepared to furnl
all kinds of CkMENT I'IPINO for SEWERAG
DRAINAGE , ETC , Also manufacture
styles of CHIMNEY WOUK. WEfiUARA
TEE OUR CEMENTTOJJE Edt't TO A
HYDRAULIC 'CEMENT MANl/rACTUKl
IlTTlTE- UNITED S5PVTES.
* * -ORDERS FHOJI DEALERS BESPEC
Bfc'ATMCE HYDRAULIC CEaiES
& riPE co.
OMASA - - NEBRASK.
P , FALLON ,
Dress Goods , Silks and Trimming
No. 2C3 Dodge K'-eet , between 14th and 15t
DresSmakine : done with nea
nese and dispatch. Ordei
Saddle and Harness Makei
AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER ,
Ko. OH Faimham nt. bet. 15th & . 16tl
A IiLprdersand repairing promptly attend
XX to and satisfaction guarranued. . ;
JWCash paid for hidesl
C T T Tn _ m
OMAHA , - . . . NEBBABfc
The largest and best hot between Chlcag
ind San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th. 1S73.
s30 U GEO. THRALL. Proprietor.
ED WABD KTJEHL.
IGISTEa OF THE DKPAHTEE
Ho498 lOth St , between larnLam & Harnei
Will by Ihe aid of guardian spirit ? , obtal
or any one a view of tue past , present and fu
tme. No lees charged in cases of sickness.
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
Highest price paid for Country Produce.
Brick Store , B. E. Cor. 16 A & Chicago Eta
jeSCU OMAHA , NEB.
3BtTCT a. 3 > r SOO : 2a I 3UE
DEALER IN ,
Fruits Confectionery ,
CIO ASS AND TOBACCO.
KE corner Farnham and Elercnth street *
OMAHA. . . . NEBRASKA
Comer of Cnmiegs &ad Twcaty-second street ]
The finest lager baer- - constantly
stantly o& hand. <
CHAS. WEY3IULLER , Prop ,
U.'P.R.ff MEAT MARKET
. . . , ,
ICth street bet' California and Webster.
K HAND THE BES1
supply of" FRESH AND SALTEE
78. Also a large stock of Flee Sugai
Cored Hams and Breakfast Bacon , at the low-
st rstes. TVM. AUST & KNUTH ,
* KEDMAff & LEWIS.
Cor. 16th. and Izard Streets.
Oa hand and SAWED TO ORDER. -
en > s
" B " tJ
2 ? |
1-4 > g
'feen een IW I
W S : ; pg _
W r ? S
OC T/V OOA Wi" DAY. Agents waut
$0 , * " 5 > % U ed. ( A11 clasjes of work
ing people of either sex , 'young ' or old , siak
nora money at work for us in their spare me
nifnil < > r ij tbf time than st anything else
Addins &T1NSO2 * A CO. . Portland , Maine *
' ' noT5 l . "
By virtue'of c vendl issued out of the Dia
trict Court for Cummlnz County , Ncbraski
and to me directed , I will on the 24th day
July. A. P. , 1874 , at 10 'o'clock , A. M. ol sail
day. Bt , the store room' ' of Albert 'Tucker ' , Nc
384 Douglas street , in the city , oi Omaha , an ,
County of Douglas ; in said State , sell at auctio
Tucker , to-wit : Eighty-five cases of men' . n
boys'- boots , 23 case * oj shoes ; aim all the reta
.lock of boqts and shoe * contained In said .tore
alto a small line ot hats and caps ; ' also the to
lowing : described' ( lore and' office furniture
Two lounges , 1 desk , 1 stove and pipe , 2 chair
1 show ease and 1 letter press , or ao much of tt
said good , as arc necessity to satisfy said Judj
ment and costs , and accruing costs thereon.
ALFRED BUBLEV ,
All kinds ol light and heavy
MACHIXEBY MADE & P.EPAIREE * "
tt Wo'l Guarantee-&l
256HASHET 8TBEET , - OKIE. .
. . J tefOStt
225Jwm im Street , - Omaha , Hi
1THOLS3AIJC AND EETAU. DKALSK IK
FURNITPRF. BEDDING. ET (
TREITSCHKE & CO. ,
-And Geneial ProTisloo Dealers ,
8. WCor. . Jackson and 13th Eta- ,
Keep a superior .tock of Groceries , Provisioi
Wines , Liquors and Cigars , and sell rheap
than any ether house In Omaha. jy3 3m
ENOCH HENNEY , ,
Justice of the Peaci
OiBw o > er thu State Bank , corner rf Far
ham aud 13th street. . > e 1
> . - ar o osr EE
-MAS' VACIOBE7 07 A2IO DKALKX 13-
Lanibrrqnfns and l Jndoir Sbade :
CHROMOS , ENGRA.TINS ( ; AN
PICTURE FRAMES. '
no Farnham ttreet , coiner Fifteenth
E. T. PAGE , Proprietor.
10th St. , bet. Farnham and Harnej
09I4UA , NEB.
* free Jitut to and Jrom all Trains.
Passengers for other Hole's or private lies
deuces , carried for 25 cents.
KB- All orders left at P. II. Allen's. 11 do
from P. O. , C. Wilson & Son , ror. 13th ai
U'rney , and the City Hotel Office , will recci'
ptouipt attention. jjV lui
8. "W. Cor. of 14th and Harnty Sts ,
JUSTUS KESSLEE , Prtprleto ;
JyJ la .
Between 9th ai.d 10th.
CUAKLKS FELDKUMAN ,
K 0.030 Sixteenth Street ,
Opp. JeQerson Square , OMAHA , KE
JOSEPffDOYE , Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable rates.
First-class bur attached to the house. ,
Ie27 3m _
The Sioux City and Pacific Railroad ,
la Co Ktion IU > the
SIOUX CIJY & , : ST'pAUi
Ii 62 milr * the shortest route from Omal
and Council Bluffs to St. Paul , JUneapoli
SUllnater , 'Anqiaj Dniuth , Bismarck , and a
points In Minnesota.
Train leaves Omaha daily , ( except Saturda ]
at 6 o.cloct p. in. , and Council Blutii at 8:05 i
m. , from CUIcogo A Xoitb-U'esUrn Depot.
Fare as LOWandlJnicas QUICK a
J > 7 any other Line.
PULLMAN PALACE SMNGCARi
OH ALL NIGHT TRAINS ,
.Bestire'Tour tlck l reads' VIA Sioux City
thus avoiding circuitous route * and luidnignt
Tickets can be urchas I at Ihe offices of tlx
Chicago Jc Korthwi stern Railway in ( Jiiialu
and Council Bluns.
J C. BOYDEX.
Ocn'l Pus. A Ticket AgfSt P.AS.r. U. K ,
Uen'l PaAt. and Ticket Agt. , SC. & P. , Siour
City , Iowa.
CEO. IV. OBATTON , Agent.
1C3 Farnham Street , Omalis..Neb.
Julf 20 , tf. _ _ _
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT ,
Fashionable Dressmaking ,
564 Fourteenth St. ,
L. WOODWORTfl ,
238 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
Wood Stock ,
TAGON HABDWABE ,
Patent WliMby Fiaiiaed Ottrisg , & .
Ules , SprlBgs and Thimble Sisins
HARDWOOD LUMBER ,
Carriages , Hades. Buggies
* StmdcbMkicr 1V go Depot.
The King of tlie SEWING IfACUlSE 1V01.1D as pre-eminently cs Gold Ecijns In the
lealms ci Finance.
' SALES EOR 1873 :
En Round Numbers 232,444 Machines !
ItBeine over One Hundred . and Thirteen Thousand moreXacblocs than xere sold by any otter
Machine the tiife.
Sewing Compsny.duiing same
It. Will. bait ly l denku . .pca such evidence that the superiority of the Singer is luiv :
THE SINGER MANFG CO ,
V W. N. NASON , Agent ,
je- ; ISO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA.
I - ! ! > '
; * *
- J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE GROWERS ,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEFXE & JOHNSON ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
533 and 54O Fo-urteenth. Strest ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
succtssons TO CBEIGHTOX AKS MOBGAK
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
So. ZVa Farnham Street
WHITNEY , B ATJSERHAN & CO.
ito. 247 Douglas Street ,
mch7yi AGENTS FOR TH 5 DUPONT POTYDEK CO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
AND DEALERS Ztf
Canned Goods , Dried Fruits , Green Fruits in Season.
J6 1 . .Mil/ERS SOLICITED / ND PROMPTLY FILLED.
A. . H. S I 3 C 3 ? S O 1ST ,
--MANUFACTUREII AND WDOLFSALE
DEALER IN CIGAKS
532 I'IFTEE3TaI3 ! : : SO ? . ,
C. . L. A. EZL TTE ,
288 Dodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep cons intly on hand the finest itoikof Broad Cloth , Casslmerrs and Vestings ;
which I am prepared to mate up in tie most fashionable st ) les and to suit the most fastidious ,
at the lowest posslUaprico. JelOdly
ROBERT C. STEEL1 , ,
) EALEE IN
Faints Oils Varnishes
, , , ,
BRUSHES , LAMP GOODS ETC-
257 Douglas Street - - OMABTAJ
DRY GOODS , HOSIEBT , GLOYES and NOTIOX& ]
231 Famtiam Street ,
J. X BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS-
raT8.-lT Motions , aid Boots and Shoes.
Shelf Heavy Hardwan
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK,1
KAKK8 AND WAOOSM. mchlSy j
246 Douglas St , , Onialia , ITebraslsa ,
WINES , LIPRS , CMRS
V 9 B 9
Ina Old KentuckyJ\Tlii3l lc3 and Jraporte-l.'Uoodi a Special lj.
.t i , within two year , from
LA11GE DEDUCIONS FOB CASH PAYMENTS.
lorth ofDlatte , ) .oup Fork and Elkhorn Valley !
South of he Platte
Intent l by numerous
Tl SCHALLtB , Agent B. & M. Land Office ,
" J1AJJ1JCorwrofXlHthaad Anita Sts. , Omaha
Or Geoeral Land Depajtmeat , LbicolB Ne
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