Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 31, 1874, Image 4

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    r BKK hii by tar the
circulation in the city , .and is ,
iBin
or ADVKBTisisa. Local notices , 25
local advertisement * , 20
line
cent * per :
cenu per line ; by the month , 10 cents. t > o
dverUaeincnt Inserted lor less UcnCO cent * .
8pecm notices , 10 cent * per line ; single inser
tion , not leu than 25 cent * .
Transient b < rti < en ent must Inviolably be
raid for in adranct. , .
adrertiseiaenta t > r pee l
Hate * for ( landing
All Legal Notices , Statements , Tabular
Work , etc. , requiring careful revision by copy
or prool to be famished , must be handed in
before ten o'clock x. K. to insure insertion the
sjn daT.
Mxjcisi aod Local advertiseineuU before two
AdrerUt iuenU Leiore one o'clock p. JC.
AU * dTertiteuienU lor the WEKKLY BKE
must be handed in before Monday noon , lor the
tame week's isrue.
J.RR1VAL AKJ ) DEPARTURE 01
THAIS S.
Time Ca/d oftUe BpHlagton Routi
LXAVE OMAHA. AEKVB A * OMAHA.
Sasc = S ? L 152K ± 3&t >
tundaj-eicepted. ilondays excpt d
This is the only line running Pullman Hotel
DinfTugctirs.
D. AV. UlTClicocK , HARRY P DEUEL ,
Gen'l. We * . Pass. Agt. Ticket Agent.
Chicago , IU. Omaha , J rti
Cniou Pacific.
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Chicago , Koclt l > l n < l Jt Pacflf.
5:30A.M. 10:40P.J1
tMondaya eiceptei1
NortU\vc tirn.
10:40 : P. 1 !
2:50
Cltr * St. Jd. & Council JBluO
Morning EzpreBS..5:30 A. M. : .
Jfrcnlnj ; Express _ 2:50 P. M. C0 P.
Omaha Si N'orlhvreBteni and Slon :
City tc. Pacllic.
JlallErprcBi . 815A.M. 2:15P.il
Daily except Sundays.
Omnlbiwca and Baggage Wagon * leare ti
face , comer Varnham and Ninth etreutt , fi
een znlnnt s in advance of the above Ballroa
Opening and Closing of Hails ii
Omaha.
BOOTJE OCX. CLOSX.
wire. A.M. r. x. A. M. p. ]
O.P.R.R. - 2:20 110
KABT.
& N.W. K.R. . 1:30
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K.I.&P. B.K. . 110 fe0
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do do. . . .
SOUTH.
D.&St.Jo 7:00 4SO
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U.8.W.R 8:00 100
votnn.
O.JtK. Vf.li. B _ . 2 0 7:45
Cblngo and all Eastern cities , Nebrask :
City , PlfltiKrouth , Council Bluflaand Burling
ton , dueat 1(130 ( a. ui. , closes at 4:30 : a. m. ani
I p. xn.
St. Louis and St. Joseph , duo at 10:00 a. m
and 7 p. m. ; closes at 1:45 p. iu. and 4:30 : a. m
OfCce open Eunday t Iroin 12 to 1 p. ni.
O. J3. YOST. Postmaster.
fjiIlCV-
E. A "I ION at lie DAILY BKK In mor <
Irian double tlintof anj oilirr dailj
paiierpublisLcd iu Xeliraska.
. Peycle's Restaurant and Oystei
toonw. The leading bouso of the
fcind. 207 , Farnliam street , between
twelfth acd Thirteenth. Ieb24tf
OMAHA BREVITIES.
George Rcevis was fined § 2.00
and costs at the Police Court yes
terday morning for drunkenness.
The "Union Pacific employes are
-circulating a petition for the pardon
of Charles Ketcbum.
A moonlight picnic , given by
Miss Perry aud Miss Terrel , took
place at Hanscom Park "Wednes
day night.
Twenty-six recruits for the 21st
Infantry at San Fraucisoo passed
through the city yesterday.
Patrick Welch was yesterday
arrested on the complaint of
Marshal Snowden , for cruelly beat
ing his horse "Wednesday night.
Several petitions for the pardon
of Charles Ketchum , are being cir
culated , and are being signed by
nearly everybody.
Additional depositions are to be
taken In the postal investigation ,
and will be published as soon as
completed.
It looked very much like rain
yesterday morning , and everybody
thought it would ; but a few persons
foolishly brought out their umbrel
las , which beared it away.
Wilson's Palace Amphitheatre
which will exhibit here next
Circus
,
\l \ week on Friday and Saturday , is
pronounced by the press every
where as one of the finest institu
tions of the kind now traveling.
That sewer running east past
thoWyoming Hotel again caughtfire
Wednesday night about 12 o'clock
was discovered by the night watchman
Pacific headquarters
man of the Union
ters building. It was put out with
out much difficulty. The watch
man thinks the fire was thowork of
an incendiary.
The shooting match between
the Omaha and Council Blufls
Sportsmen's Clubs , took place at the
CouncilUlutts fairgrounds Wednes
day , and resulted iu favor of the
Omaha shots by a soore of 106 to 91.
Mr. Hoagland and Dr. Fichera shot
a double match , which was won by
Mr. Hoagland , the score being 9 to
5 ; and Air. Hoagland also shot a
double match with Colonel Hoff-
resulting in favor of the former
mayr ,
mer by a score oflO to C. George
Mills Vas defeated in a match by
, .Mellis , by a score of S to" .
After the match the Council Bluffs
jjporismeu set out a luxuribos liirich
for all present A pleasant day's
sport was had , and the Omaha gen-
tlraen speak in the highest terms
the cordial reception tendered
foot of
_ . -S become so low *
Bcount of the dry weather , that
the supply is not sufficient to meet
the demand. Tby are , however ,
making arrangements to get water
elsewhere.
About twenty Bohemians of
Omaha met Wednesday night , and
heldameeting to organizethemselvea
into an association for the founding
and building up of a new Bohemian
colony in Nebraska , under the name
of "Slavonia. " The final organiza
tion will take place on Saturday
next , after which they immediatelj
commence their labors. They hop
to locate a colony of at least 10 (
settlers next spring. Next weel
tLey propose to send out three o
their number to explore the lands
which they intend to locate upon.
Personal.
Hon. Ed. Parker , of Lone Tree , !
In the city.
Mrs. J. J. Dickey and' mcthe
left yesterday for a visit to Sal
Lake.
Al. Maxwell , traveling agent c
the Kansas City , St. Joe & Coun
cil Bluffs railway , was in this cit ;
yesterday evening.
Mr. Larson , the agent of th
American Express Company , re
turned Wednesday from a trip t
the West ,
W. A. Ros , acting local apdjtc
of the Texas Pacific railroad at Mai
shall , Texas , Is making a short vis ;
In the city.
Colonel Noteware , State Superir
tendent of Immigration , left for tl
northwestern part of the State ye
terduy to interview the grasshoi
pers.
pers.Mr.
Mr. A. H. Church , Probate/udg
of Lincoln county , returned froi
the East yesterday , and .left fc
North Plattg pi } the morning 02
pres ? ,
The following are tue arnvals i
the Wyoming :
A J Miller , DCS Moines ; J RBui
gess , Davenport ; WM White , Has
tings , Neb ; S F Sawyers , City ; I
W Osborn , Chicago ; G H Tayloi
Council Bluffs ; Chas Sparks , Ogder
Mrs Dr Carpenter , FortDodgej Ti
Ellison , Evanston , W T ; H Lou
renski and wife , New York ; A Ai
kinspBi Queen's Circus ; H Acklej
Sioux City ; John Cowan , C Smith
Columbns ; T S Carpenter , V/pgpin ]
Water ; U O Cooper , Kansas pity
O Frost , Plattsmoutfy E Pjtimmer
H Eavens , Chicago ; D B Tnurstpn
West Point ; W W Dee , Salt Lake
George P Frysenger , Rock Island
R B Smith , Chicago.
A Depd.ppad Passenger.
A very good joke was ployl 01
conductor Billy Smith , w'ho ran ou
on Tuesday afternoon's train for the
East over the Chicago & Rock Is
laud railroad , by some boys at Dex
ter , who , just as the train was leav
Ing that pjace , placed upon the reai
platform of the sleeper a "dummy'
man. They had taken a &ut { PI
clothes , stuffed them full of straw
fixed up a head by means of a mask ,
and had put an old stove-pipe hal
on thp top. The "dummy' ' was
seated on the etpps , with one arm
around the railing , and thp pthei
8upK ] > rting his weary head , .as il
asleep.
Conductor Smith came along ,
and seeing the supposed man sleeping -
ing there , took him for a "dead-
beat , " and giving him a slight kick ,
demanded , "your ticket , sir. "
No answer. Smith stirs him up
again , and says , "Here , you fellow ,
wake up. " Again there was no re
ply , and Smith then discovered thP
"sell" as he took hold of the "dum
my's" shoulder.
Going forward tc the brakeman ,
he informed him that there was a
dead man on the rear platform ,
and he wanted him to watch the
oody till they got to Des Moines.
The brakeman did as commanded ,
but was so tender-hearted
that he did not examine
the remains , but wit on the
inside of the car and kept an eye
on them. On the arrival of the
train in Des Moines , the "dummy"
was slyly tumbled on the track ,
and the chief of police was informed
that a man had been killed. The
chief of police immediately sent
down two policemen to take charge
of the remains till the coroner
arrived to hold an inquest.
The two unsuspecting "beaks' '
kept guard of the "corpse" till
the coroner put in an appearance.
He came in haste , fully expecting
to make the customary fee , but his
rhagrin , as well as that of the two
policemen , may b easily imagined
when he discovered the "sell. " It
x > sthim just $7.50 to' stt 'cm Upfor
; he b'hoys , " every one of whom ,
ivhcn they meet him , ask him if he
las found any more dead men.
The Camp Meeting at Hattsmouth.
Rev. C. M. McKelvy , of Plaits
uouth , is in the city on business
oncerning the camp meeting that
s to beheld at Plattsmouth , begin-
ling Wednesday , August llilh , and
nntinuing six days , by the Nebras
ka Holiness Association , the objects
> eing the promotion of holiness , and
i large ingathering of sinners to
Christ Board will be furnished on
he grounds at $5.00 per week , and
1.00 per day. Transportation will
e furnished by the railroads at
reatly reduced rates.
The grounds , lying just on the
rest end of the city , have been
leared and comfortably seated for
[ large congregation. Water In
reat abundance is provided , and
o pains will be spared to make all
> nifortable.
It was not long since that the
Pacific coast papers chronicled the
arrival of an eccentric female , who
had walked from Omaha to San
Francisco. The BEE to-day notes
the arrival here of a female pedes
trian , who can discount the one
above mentioned in several ways.
She came all the way from Penn
sylvania on foot , and put in an ap
pearance in this city yesterday , after
a journey of several weeks. She came
accompanied by her two little sons ,
aged respectively six and eight
years , and a child not yet two years
old. This child she had drawn
after her in a small two-wheeled
cart , in which also were her pro
visions , such as they were , and hei
carpet-bag , stuffed full of old and
dirty clothes.
The two boys likewise had walked
the same distance with their moth
er. She was a woman apparently
forty years of age , ugly as an alli
gator , and one who probably had
not had the luxury of a bath foi
many a month. The same can b <
said of her youngsters , who wen
the sauciest little rascals that evei
crossed the Big Muddy. Yesterdaj
morning this forlorn family o
pedestrians camped on thesidewall
attae Sc. Joe ticket office and then
partook of a frugal breakfast
washed down with some milk
which Imd very likely been bpggei
from some charitable person. A re
porter of the BEE approached th <
head of the wandering family , ant
addressed her thus :
"Madanie , where do you hai
from , and where are you going ? "
"None of your d d business , '
was the polite reply.
Further than this we could no
learn , as she seemed too much en
gaged in her breakfast.
The older boy spoke up and said
and I'll tel
"Give me five cents
you. "
"Tell him we are going to liell , '
chimed in the old lady , who b :
this time had exhibited evidence
that she was not exactly in her righ
niind.
The reporter handed him a nl } re
and In reward learned as abovi
stated ; that they came from Penn
sylvania , and wanted to go to Caa
county , Iowa , after they hnd seei
Omaha. Neither the mother no
the boys would tell their name , o
anything further.
The family found their way tp tjj |
depot , where they excited consider
ble sympathy and curiosity , espec
ially the little chiid in the cart , wh <
was tprrjbly sunburned , snd wh (
seemed to be suffering from the ef
fects of the trip. They were seni
overt 1m river by Captain Payne , ir
the dummy , and are now tramping
on Iowa soil.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEBff.
This is to certify that we will sell
the genujnp EJias Howe Sewing
*
Machines , box top , for ? 5p ( fifty
dollars ) cash. The machines are all
warranted , and of the latest style.
The Howe Machine Is known
throughout the world as one of the
best made and most reliable ma-
ichjnos in the market. Why pay
from $80 to § QQ for machines
when you can purchase firjt
class machines for nbou
one-half the price ! A word to the
wise is sufficient. We will sent
niachines to any address by express
C. p. p. , for $0. If you wish a
machine of any other manufacture
please send in your orders.Ve
focfln business. By permission we
will refer you to tlp ) First Nationa
Bank of tis } | city. Address
LEVAJJ & Co. ,
jul30-lt * Box 552 , Omaha , Nob.
LACKAWANA COAL at lowest
market price , by the IOWA COAL
COMPANY. Office 13th street , ( for
merly Union Coa } Company's ) ,
jy 30 tf UEO. ( J. TOV'L- : ,
Agent.
McKelligon-s card on
second page. june2-tf
DYKING , c.eanmg anil repairing
done in the neatest manner , at the
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
10th St.Let. Faniham and Douglas
apr28t f.
OMAHA STEAM LAUNDRY.
OMAHA , July 24.
EXTRA NOTICE , to all concerned.
Fred Riepen is no longer in the
employ of the Opaha Steam Laun
dry , and the customers of * he sanie
will not pay him any more money.
jul24-lw.
SALOON for sale .cheap. Inquire
at BEE office. ju24-tf
ICE UREAM ! ICE CREAM ! !
H. L. LATEY'S is the place to gofer
for this very necessary commodity.
je23tf.
CALIFORNIA Peas at Allen's.
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Carpets.
During this month I will offer
special bargains in remnants of
CARPETS , OIL CLOTH , MAT-
IING and AY ALL TAPER. Call
ind examine goods and prices.
You can always find a large and
ivell selected stock of CARPETS ,
3IL CLOTH , MATTING , WIN
DOW SHADES , MATS , RUGS ,
; tc. , at my establishment , and as I
> uy direct from manufacturers and
mporters , I can sell the same class
if goods as low as Chicago or St.
liouis. Give men call.
JOHN B. DETNVILER ,
Carpets ,
04 Fourteenth street , between
Farnham and Douglas streets.
Jy25-d6t
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
'arnhamstreet , corner llth street ,
may 7-tf.
CALIFORNIA Flour at Allen's.
jy29t2 t
_ * to have a
Best ?
Omaha , as well as Brooklyn and
New York , is having a season of
scandal at the present time , excel-
ing in this respect , all towns
of its size in the land.
The latest was told us to-day of a
married man living on Sixteenth
street who had taken all the oaths
private and public that man is ca
pable of taking to a sweet and lov
ing \yife. After living with her
for some ten years , as happy as a
big sun-flower , a troubled wave
came in the form of a young lady ,
( not a Chicago sufferer ) who put in
her appearance from some sister
city , and who at once made the ac
quaintance of our noble citizen.
Then the old story was repeated.
Attention was paid the .fair one by
our married hero , unbeknown to
the loving wife at home.
Many a delightful meeting was
had. Ice cream , lemonades and
promenades were indulged in. A
few evenings ago a buggy ride was
had for a change. The loving wife
had by this time had her suspicions ,
as well as her jealousy , aroused , and
on this eventful eveningshesecured
a position wheroshe was enabled to
see the couple pass "courting on the
highway" beneath the pale moon
light. The husband on his return
home that night at about t\velv
met with a warm reception at the
hands of his indignant wife
who gave him a curtain lecture thai
would have done honor to Mrs.
Caudle when she was in her best
lecturing trim. The direlect hus
band made a lame apology , prom
ised to "do better in the future , "
and thus he calmed for the time
being the troubled inatrinjonial sea
of that household. He niust look a
"little owet , " for all such wander
ings from the path of strict rectitude
are liable to be investigated for the
gootl of the public morals , wiiicl
need a great deal of improvement
at the present time.
liaising the Freight Tariff between Oma
ha and Chicago.
Iii the Chicago Times of yester
day we find the following impor
tant items concerning the raising o
the freight tariff'on the Chicago
and Northwestern raijway between
Chipago apd Omaim :
The Chicago and Northwester !
railway company has issued a new
freight tariff which includes higher
rates on live stock and grain to Oma
ha and intervening points. The in
crease in charges range from 5 to 10
cents per 100 pounds.
T ) > p through rnte to Omaha , Couji-
cil Bluffs , anil Cheyenne oir first ,
second , third , and fourth classes ,
was uniformly Increased livfc cents
per 100 pounds.
CALL IMMEDIATELY
ands.ee the large stock of BOOTS fe
SHOES lately bought at a bapkrunj :
sole , mid now being fcold at exceed
ingly low prices , nt less than one-
half their vblue.
jy2Stf H. DOIILE & Co.
TYPE FOR SALE !
A Font of Bourgeois Type , of
which ths ; is a sample , weighing 600
lb * . Tins type has been iu use ou
the Dail * BEE Jpss than one year ,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms &c. , address
E. ROSEWATEE ,
in f. Publisher of the Bee.
GROCERIES.
The place to buy your family
supplies is at Jno. S. Johnson &
Co.'x , 260 Dodge street. Prime
Butter , Country Produce , a fresh in
voice of one of the very best brands
of St. Loujs family flour , and all
other goods needed in the family ,
can be found fresh and reliable , and
as cheap as the cheapest. We can
not If undersold ,
JNO. S. JOHNSCo. " . .
july2o-eod3t 200 Dodge St.
TRY the ICE CREAM at the
FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE , 12th St. ,
between Farnham and Harney.
Sjupe Mr. Alstcad has manufnc-
tu vil it himsplf , it fs the best that
can be had in the city. ju20eodtf
GRAND"CLOSING OUT SALE
OF THE SEASON AT UUSHMAN'S.
2fow or never. This is the lost
opportunity you wil } have to buy
loii-'dalc muslins at 12Ac , frultof the
loom at 13ic , good yard widebleech-
cd inudjns at 9 , } 0 and lie per yard ;
Jn ? ! s goods , sliawjs , grenadines
Lluma lace points , also our cele
brated raven black alapacas , at 20 ,
30 , 40 and 50c. These prices have
tiever been equaled in Omaha , and
no one having a little ready cash to
spare should fall to visit this , our
last grand closing cjish sale of t
> eason. Please do not take our
rt'onl for It only , but call and see for
yourselves at Bushman's.
ju27eodtf !
THE FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE , on
2th.street , between Farnham and
Sariiey , will , during the months of
f uly and August , be open from 5
'clock a. m. till 12:30 : p. m. and
roni 4:30 p. m. to 12:30 : a. m.
F. ALSTEAP.
jnly20eodtf
GEO. fl. PETERSON , the pioneer
igar manuRcturer , keeps con-
tahtly on hand the very best
rands of cigars , and also Tione
ack , Fruits and Flowers , and
Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
11 Douglas street. "
mavGeodlv
rEO. W. ELKINS ,
GEXTEHAZ.
OMMISSION JjBRCHANT ,
1916 & 1918 Mai ket St ,
PHILADELPHIA.
rrain , Flour , jSeeds ,
Ecci lties i Bailer , Vtlt Hops.
ANOTHER "KICK. "
Council Bluffs Grasps at another
Straw.
Ever since Council BluQis was
shoved into the troubled sea of misfortune -
fortune , she lias been grasping at
straws -with all the avidity of a
drowning man. No improvement
has taken place in Omaha for years
past but that it has deeply wounded
our envious sister city , who wants
the initial point , both ends of the
bridge , and the Union Pacific
buildings and shops , neither one of
which , however , she is likely to get.
Sometime ago the Kansas City ,
St. Joe & Council Rlulld railroad
began running a through sleeper
from Omaha to St. Louis , and the
enterprise meeting a d&served suc
cess , they put on a passenger coach
in addition. Not long ago the three
Iowa roads determined that they
would check baggage to and from
Omaha. Both these steps in the
right direction Imve worried the
Council Bluffers , who now propose ,
if possibl" , to at least compel the
K. C. St. Joe & C. B. railway
to stop running its cars to
and from Omalia. Concern
ing their intentions the Council
BluiTs Nonpareil -ot yesterday
contains the following "squeal : "
"Some months since the Kansas
City , St. Joseph and Council Blufls
railroad company-commenced send
ing their sleeping car over the
bridge. At the time this caused a
fever of excitement , and there was
talk of an injunction to restrain the
company from continuing this pro
ceeding. Such action , however , was
nottukenandthecompanycontinues
to this day to send its sleepers over
the bridge in violation of the laws of
Io\va. Finding , after some months
trial that they weic not molested in
this course , the company became so
emboldened that they ventured
upon the experiment of operating
their passenger cars in the same
way. Knowledge of this proceed
ing coming to the Mayor , he yester
day instructed the City Attorney to
commence a suit to restrain the
company from pursuing this
course longer. The proper papers
and writs were served last evening ,
and the case will come up for hear
ing soon. This road , of all others ,
is the one that should have respect
ed the law of Iowa implicitly for it
owes its existence , and such rights
and privileges asit has , to the liber
ality and energy of the private citi
zens ot Council Bluffs , and the city
contributed liberally to its early
completion. The law is' plain and
emphatic against any anJ all roads
terminating in Iowa , transferring
passpngers , express mutter , or freight
to a point outside of the State , and
our authorities here now propose to
test the virtues of 'his law. While
there should be no war upon rail
roads , there should be an enforce
ment of every legitimate contract
enteied into by and between the
railroad companies and the people ,
ah'd onp .slioulfl 'not'tyqm'ize ' / ov r
the othpr/ '
LINDLE HOUSE ,
Formerly STATE HOTEL , on Ninth
street , batwcen Farnham and Har
ney , having been completely re-
iltted and refurnished b'y th'pVuder-
sjgned , is this day opened to the
public. It is Intended tp run the
LINDLE HOUSE in first-class style ,
and the proprietors being thorough
HOTEL MEN are confident of success
in their endeavors to please the
most fastidious.
C. V. & S. M. UARRYJIAN ,
jy2St3 Proprietors.
TEAS , Coffee &c. , cheaper than
the cheapest , at Allen's.
Jy20l2
DR. POWELL , office 215 , Farn
ham stre-ot , Inne23-tf
BELLEVUE GROVE , twelve miles
from Omaha , on the line of the B.
& M. R. It. , aud 100 yards from the
depot , has been improved for pit nics
and prjvatp parties
BY M'AUSLAND & 3IARTIN.
AH engagements for the rrove
will be made through
ANDY MCATJSLAND ,
jyTtf. 242 Douglas Street.
THE finest and best Tomatoes in
: he city at Allen's. Jy29t2
JARRIAOE , BUGCY aafi
3IAXUFACTURER.
i. E. COP.NER of 14th ana HAP.NEY STS ,
respectfully announce ( o the pub
lic that he is now ready to fill all con-
rods in the above lines vrith neatness and
Jlspatch.
ft Exprcss wagons constantly on band and
ir sab.
. DD. T O 2NT IE JS
-MA' FACTtJREP Of ASD DEALKR IN-
jambrf quins and W-iidoiy Shades ,
JUROJIOS , ENGRAVINGS AND
PICTURE FRAMES. j
270 Farnbam street , coiner Fifteenth
Iclmeider & Burniester
Manufacturers of
IN , COPPER AND SHEET IROX
WABE. DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heating Stores.
Tin Roofing , Spouting and Gutter1 ig don
tort notice and ic the best uiaaner.
Ilrtn trwt tept24 dl
J. O. SZ.ATTER. ,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
Qrroceries.
Highest price paid for Country Produce ,
rick Store , B. E. Cor. 16rt & Chicago Bts. ,
| e26tf OMAHA , NEB.
QTJAILEY'S
T. P. Soap Factory !
Situated on the line'of the Union Pacific
.Ilroaa , near the powder house. Manufac-
res fiist-class soap for home consumption
unc24-lr
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!
1 Cor. tarnham and Kleventn Sin.
I kinds of TAILORIXG , ( "leaning and re-
ring done nt reasonable raU s. A fine lot of
IRNISHING GOODS constantly on band
1 told cheap. -lec2Gtf
- 4-fL CO A PEK DAY. Agents waut-
) IO $6 ( ) ed. All classes of work
people of either sex , young or old , jaake
re money at work for us in their spare mo-
nts nr all tbp Urn" than at anything else.
diessSTlNSON 4 Co. . Portland , JIaine-
LOOGOO
3H TABM1SQ LAND IH HEBEASKAI !
)0 ) HaEscomPlaceLots !
"ODSES AND LOTS n tne city of Omaha ,
for salecheanand on eood termi.
BOGGS & HILL ,
eil estate brokers.office over Hotkey's store ,
Dodge U opposite tew psttoffice * ap30m2
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let , For
Sale , Lost , Wants , Found , Boarding , Ac. , will
be inserted in these columni once for TEN
CENTS per line ; each subsequent insertion ,
FIVE CEFIS pr line. The first insertion
nerer less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
ONEVTO.LOAN-On approved personal
security. Inquire at Law Office of T. Vf.
T. Kichards , No. 490 13th Street.
GIRL WANTED By Mrs. Kennard , todo
A general house-work. North East corner
of Dodge and 19th Street. I
WANTED A girl to do house-work , inquire
at Cracker Factory , Harney Street bet.
llth and 12th. j30d3t ] °
TO PURCHASE-A first mort
gage on improyed c.ty property about
SCOOO. D. L. THOMAS
Jj23d3t. Visschers Block.
WANTED By a lady , a situation as house
keeper , l > est ol references. Address , L.
M. C. , Post Office. jy2Sd2l )
ONEY TO LOAN At Dr. Isaac Edwards ,
No. 181 Farnham Street. jy2Sd6t
TDLACKSMITIIS WASTED At Hall's Foun-
JD dry. jj23tl.
SALE-Iumiediatoly , and at a Great
FOR . Thcfuruiture in the Philadelphia
House can be bought cheap , one-half cash , and
the other half on three to ii months lime ,
with good security. Lease of the house runs
seven months , at ? . ! 5 per mouth. Forty-fire to
fifty good cash boarders. The Proprietor has
other business to attend In immediately , and
fur that i eaiou oilers this splendid opportunity.
jy23tf. C SCUAt.NaOi.eT.
FOR RENT.
RENT.THE COTTAGE of 7 ROOMS ad
joining my utlice.
A COINAGE of 4 ROOMS , large
Yard.
A COTTAGE of 5 ROOMS , no ref-
erances required.
A STORE \\ITU LIVING looms
attached good location.
A BUILMNU SUITABLE FOR a
Saloon aud Dwelling.
Two r onis upstairs , on Jackson St.
FOR SALE.
SALE.Four
Four frame Buildings , with Lease
on ground
JAS. F. MORTON A O.
jj2Stf 491 Tenth Street.
Nurse girl , at (356) ( ) three hun
dred and fifty-six Chicago st. , near 19th.
Grovrn girl preferred. jy27dtf.
TABLES For sale , two nearly
BILLIARD by 3 , latest style , 4 leg Billiard
ith bulls , cues and fixtures complete.
w ill be sold very cheap Apply at
BKOWN 4 THURSTON'3
Jy27dGt. 1-aw Office.
' MINING AND SMELTING
MECHANICS'
ING CO The semi-annual meeting ,
uujuurnol from Julv 21st , will be held at the
Durant Engine House , on Thursday , July 30th ,
at S P. M. , lor the election of officers , and the
transaction of business of great importance to
tbe stockholJcrs. K. K. LONG ,
JJ23 7t President.
WANTED gin to do general house work.
Apply at 11. Pomeroy's , West end St.
Mary's A\cnuc. Wages -55.00 per week.
july22tf.
RENT House on ISlh near Casi street.
FOR - . S. A. UAYLOB & CO.
ANTED A girl to cook at American
W House , bet. llth aud 12th , Douglas st.
st.jvlCtf. .
T7 > MPLOYJIENTOFFICE-RoomNo.l.80uth
XU cast corner 15th and Douglas Sta. Want
ed immediately , servant girls , farmhands , car
penters and laborers , also real estate bought aud
sold , and taxes paid lor non-residents.
J. N. FISHER.
jyStl Omaha , Neb.
. , . . - , - T - IMMEDIATEL1 girl tpdc
YV hous6-w6rk : Apply Sl Davenport
street , betueen 17th and 18th. JyStf
TORE TO RENT 198 DoiiRlas strfet. In-
J quire of WUBUEIl A BEIIM.
ulyltf
Day boarders , ct the touthwcst
WANTED
cor. of 10th and Harney sts. jc29tf
WANTLD A cueap inrui in eicnange for
merchandise. Addras , Farmer , BI.E
office. ap2lt
WILL SELp SECOND-HAND Carriages ,
I and' one Hearse , ( .heap for cash or trade , as
I npert the room for new ones.
je'Sdtf , G. W. nOMAX.
T IE PUBLIC The undersigned has
TO purcl uted and put upon tbe streets as
public conveyances , some of the finest carriages
e\crmanufactured in this country. They will he
run toendlrom tbe depots , hotels and private
residences. All orde left at the Mttropolitan
- -
Hotel.
st aini
FORECLOSURE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE.
Notice is hereby fi\cn that default ha : oc
curred in a condition of thj chattel niortpig'o ,
wherein Jiannah Ljuugstfoci is mortRager
and James II 1'Iutz A. Brother are mortgagees ,
by which the povicr to sell has become opera
tive.
tive.Said
Said mortgage bears dale June 30th , A D.
1S71 , and is letordcd in book O oi mortgages ,
at page 534 in the Cuunty Clerk's oflicp of
DougUs County , JCebras . The amount
clajmcd to he tfuc on'said mortgage at this date
ii cllo. The following is a description of the
mortgaged property as contained in ( aid mort
gage , to wit : 1 pair of horses , to wit : 1 brown
stallion and 1 white horse , known as " Hilly "
and" Rattler" : 1 light "Henrv GreVe" wag-
3u , and 1 sett double harness. The sale of said
mortgage property will take place on the 19th
Jay of August , A. D. , 1SV4 , in front of Homan's
Livery Stable , on the South East corner of ISth
unc } Harney sjrpets , in- the city-'of Omaha ,
Couuty and State aforesijd.
Omaha , Nebraska , July 29th , 1874.
JAMi-S H. PLATZ A BROTHER.
jjSOtl By D. L. Thomas their Att'y.
PROPOSALS FOR STONE CURBING.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be rcceive4 by
: hc undersigned uqtil 4 o'clock p. M. , August
Uii , I87J , lor placing a' ktoiie curbing on both
iidcs of Faruham aud Douglan Si reels , from the
mst side of Ninth street , to tbe west side of
ii'centh street , and upon both side ) of all
Toss treets within said limits.
Suih cu blng to be placed on a line slztten
eel from the line of the lots.
To be of stone five inches thick and of not
ess than twenty inchts in depth , nor luss that
wpnty.four inches in rohgth ;
Placed so that the upper edge shall b at the
stablished giade upon said streets.
ALSO for preposals for laying a surface gut-
er of stone next out ide of said curbing upon
11 ot said streets , to be four feet in width , the
nner edge thereof to be laid five inches below
he top of said curbing and to be laid according
o plans to be furnished by the City Engineer.
All of such work to be paid for In warrants
[ rawn upon the Piecial f4ud to'bo levied upon
lie property 'adjacent to said improvements ,
or the purpose of paying the cost and expent
f thosame.
The Council reserves the right to reject any
ml ! hid * , .
Proposals should bo endorsed "Proposals fo.
lathing" and be addressed 10 the underclgned
0. C. LUDI.OW- '
' ' rv City Clerk.
> maha July seth 1874. JyGOdet
YICTOR COFFMAN ,
'HYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
( O 'EU ISH'S DRUG STOKE , }
I * , x-44la . .2xxt root ,
-2S < ltf.
LI1TDLE HOUSE ,
On Qlli , Itl. Farnham and Ihrnty filrttls ,
TAS been entirely refiittcd and rc'urnlsbed ,
J. aud will accommodate ail to the best of
iard at SICO per day ; 40c per single meal.
C , V , & S , M , HARRYMAN ,
Jy2SdIy. IVoprlctorf.
I P.R.R MEAT MARKET
, . . , ,
16th street bet California and " \Vebster.
XTE KEEP ON HAND THE BFST
/V / supply of FRESH AND SALTED
EATS. Also a larpe stock of Fine Sugar
ired Haus and lireaUfast Bacon , at the low-
L rites. WM. AUbT 4 KNIJTII ,
inv4-ly ! iToprietors
TREITSCHKE & CO. ,
ROGERS
And General Provision Dealers ,
8. "WCor. . Jackson and 13th EU. ,
op a superior stock of Groceries , Provisions ,
incs , Liquor : ) and Cigars , and sell cheaper
m any other house iu Omaha. jyS 3m
F. A. 1'ETEKS.
iddle and Harness Maker ,
AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER ,
1.874 e'nrabamii'.bet. 15th 4c.lGth.
LL orders and repairing promptly attended
to nnd satisfaction guarranued.
3-Cash paid for hides. ap39yl
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT ,
ishionable Dressmaking ,
564 Fourteenth St. ,
03m 031AHA , NEB.
REDMAN & LEWIS ,
> r. i6th and Izard Streets.
IMIIBIEIIR ,
On hand and SAWED TO OBDEB.
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LIQUOtCS , WINES. ETC ,
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P.N.GLYNN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Wines , Liquors , Segars
TOBACi 0 AND PIPES.
JKff"California Wlnea and Brandles. Sa
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets , opposite th
new Post Office building , Omaha. Nebie25t
Bavarian Beer Kail
193 Douglas St ,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel
Finest brands of aU classes of Liquors am
Segars. Fresh Lager constantly on hand.
je25-3m CHAS. HART Prop.
Corner cf Cnmicgs and Twenty-second street
The finest lager baer con
stantly on hand ,
je25-6m CHAS. WEYMULLER , Prop
HOTELS.
GRAND CENTRA !
"EC O T X2 Xa .
- HEBBASKA
OMAHA , - -
The largest and best hot between Chicagi
ind San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th , IS73.
s30 tf GEO. THRALL. Proprietor.
CITY 1011 ,
E. T. PAfiE , Proprietor.
10th St. , Let. Farnham and Harney
ODIAUA , NEB.
free liuss to and from all Trains.
Passengers for other Hole's or private Resi
dences , carried for 25 cents.
OS- All onlers left at P. J { . AU.fn'j , 2-1 dooi
from P. O , C. Wilson & te'on. r'or. 13ih ant
II r iey , ccl ( the City Hotel VJBc ? , wllf recelTi
prompt atleation. " 'jy71tn
United States Hotel ,
COM. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully announ-
1 ces that he has purchased and refitted the
above Hotel , and is row ready to accommodate
the public , with board by dpy or wei H , a
' ' W1 '
'
FARMERS HOUSE !
S. . C . of 14th and Harney Sts.
JUSTUS KESSLEB , Proprietor ,
Ousaha , JTeb.
jy3 lu
ILLINOIS HOUSE.
© root
Between ,9th aid 10th.
cii ARL.KS FELDEKM AN , prop.
mchllif _
Central House
To. 630 fJiteenth Street ,
Opp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEPH IOYE , Prop'r.
Day and treei. Board at rcosonnlle rales.
First-clam Lor attached to tbe houc.
1e27 3m _
California House.
THITZ HAFUEE , Prop'r.
No. ITODouglasStmt , rotn r llth , Om. ha ,
Nebraska. Jioard by the day or week.
lunel , rl
Motel.
FrontliK or. 4th , ' 6th and Walnntiti , ,
St. Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
lellcacics tbe markets afford , Its clerKs and
imployes are all polite and attentive to the
wants of the guests of the hotel , 1 here is an
mprored cleva'or leading from the first floor
o the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
cket offices , news stund. tpd vesierr fluion
elegraph offl p ig the fiolunda of hotel.
Wbbdl Wood ! Wood !
Immense -.Reduction !
T S. P. BRIG & YARD. fOf.N'ER OF
UtU ami IW a a SlrYJts. J6od Hard
VopdS ? ( tfjSott'Ss.dO. Sieve Wcod to suft
ny number 01 Move v ry cheap. apIStf
G. STRIFFLER ,
DEALEB N-
E B. i EJ s ,
1'rulJ.s
.
O-nfeclionorj ,
Tobrcc" ,
&c. , &c. . &c.
K. iVll.it TI
a I14if
The Sioux City and Pacific Railroad ,
In Co&Lfctloo * nh tbe
IOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
C2 mile * the hortst route from Omaha
d Council Blnirs to St. Paul , 31Ine polI ,
llnater , Anoka , Dulutb , BNmarck , and all
nts In Mlnnfsota.
'rain leaves Omaha dally , ( except Saturday )
> o.clock p. in. , and Council Bluffs at 8:05 p-
, from Chicago & North-Weittrn Depot. I
re as LOW and lime as QUICK as
by anj other Line.
LLMAN PALACE SLEEPINU CARS
ON ALL MHT TRAINS , ,
esarc your ticket reads VIA Sioux City ,
s avoiding circuitous routes and uiidnigbt
isfcrs. *
ickets can be purchase ! at the offices of the
cage A Northwt stern Railray in Omaha
Council Bluffs.
J C. HOYDEN ,
1'lPaM.ATIcketAgt-St.P.AS.C. R. K.
uPaul , Minn.
F. C. HILL ,
I'l Pass , and Ticket Aft. , S. C. i P. , Sioar
Ity , Iowa.
OEO. TV. GBATTON , Agent.
163 Faniham Street , Omaha , Neb.
Uy20U.
The Kingof tkclSEWING MACII1NE M'OI ID ss pic n.iEtutly s Geld Tt ! ;
I Kealmj ci Finance.
SALES EOE 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines !
ItBelng over One Hundred aril lliirtf en 1 I.riuacd n rre yscl.ircs tl rn Tttrc sold \ \ t v ctl r
Sewing Machine Cornj any di-iing tl.rsaiue tir-e.
It will baiuly ledtnicu . .jcn such eTidtnie lLat the Mireriority of the Silver in tu IT
inonatrate d .
THE SINGER MANPG CO ,
W. N. NASOKT , Agent ,
iNO. 212 EOUGLAS STEEET , OMAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ?
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
, 2sT"EB. ,
STEFLE & JOHNSON ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
SIMPSO.VS BLOCK
538 and 54O Fourteenth. Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
- IsTIEIB
IM _ J ii >
MORGAN & GALLAGEH.
SUCCL3SORS TO CREIGHTON Ay MORGAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
Farnham Street ,
- - IsTEJIB.
- fcl ' ' '
WHITNEY , BAUSERMAN- .
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ITo. 247 Douglas Street ,
OIMI.A.IEI.A. , - - USTIEIB
AGESTS FOR TH DUPO.VT POWDEtt CO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
ASD DEALERS IN
Canned Goods , Dried Truits , Green Fru'ts ' in Season.
JC 1 . ' .RL-ERS SOLICITED / ND PROMITLY
A. , s z IM : 3 ? s o
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
IN CZGAH !
532 so ? . ,
C. Zi.
288 Dodfee Street , 2d Door East of 16th Str < ct.
I kcjp con intly on hand tie mt sleutof Dread Cloth. C < lni rf > mil Vw
which I am prepared to mate up iu tLenicst la > hionuh.'e sljlcscnd la tuit th - most iuH
at the lowest ronltle prices.
ESTABLISHhU t
PUNDT , MEYER & RAAPKE ,
-.Vimr.ESALE DE.VLF.R3 IN
FANCY GROCHHI
, Spices , Tobacco and Cigars.
212 FarnLam Street , * - - Omaha Neb
3
JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES
231 Farnliam Street ,
ICTIEIB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE UEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
yptions. jrid Boots and Shoes.
JOHNT.
JOBBER OF
Shelf Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK,1
AND
AGTU'OTTLTTTRAXi 1MPLEME1TTS ,
IIRKSIIKRH. JIAUVKSTKIIH , IlEAl'KIlS.tIO1VRHS. DHILf i SEI'OI.'lt * .
COUNtASTKRH. . I'LOWS , ctfl/VIVATOKS , HAY-
KAKCM AND WAGONS. rcchljy
i46 Douglas Stif Omalia , ITetraska ,
HENRY HORNBERGER.
DEALER IN-
WINES CMRS
, , ,
JKentuckyJ Whiskies and Imporlo'l.'Uoods a Fpoci-illy.
ZOMES and
° be Burlio ton aad MUsauri PIrerlRiilroad Co. , off-rs lieit laalsat'Jow price * on 10 year
dit at 6 pc. cer. . . interest , a . -I'liahmin premium of 20 percent , on the amount of the
rchase , If half the land is cuitirated , within two years from data of purchase.
LA11GE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
orlhl of : "latte , j cup Fork and Elkhorn- Valleys
sB. A M. R-Jh. Co. will sell about J.000.000 acrei of tnn \ II 1 gra Inand.agricuHuraiUn'l : ;
elltwatereii rounlry , ; t Irom 81'W to J7.00 per acre on longereJIu
South of he Platte
Comi ny ownesa large body of the best land jn Nebraska , Intersected by nuraerotH rirers
adjacent to itsrallroad and in the largest and best derelopcl part of the SUie.aj also In th
> uj t-publican Valley. ForcirculaisandfuIIlnforoutlon apply to
B. SCHALL R , Agent B. & M. Land Office ,
Corner of Moth and Farnham Sts. , Omaha
Or General Load Depaaimcnt ,