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City , H tLcnxijh , Council Blufli snd Burll
ton.Uue tlOUiU * . ni.clotcsat4:30a.1 m. i
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1. Louis and EL. Joa h , due at 103)0 ) a.
end 7 p. m. ; closes at 1 : p. nv and ,4:30 : a.
Office open Bundsvs Jrotr , 12 to 1 p. m . ? '
O. E. YOST. Postmaiai
ot t c DAILY BEE l Bto
oable tUnt of nnyjollier dal
Btat9 A .Question
r * * * " - * f
il S. A. Strickland , fine -of
' ' while
> -opKappers ,
the city tile other-
_ up recruits for
, who met last night ,
, mv ? - r- ,
picked up the mong man when he
tried to rope In one William State.
When the General found , after hav-
given State a free Tide around the
city , from 'igrocer-ee to grosser-
Tye , " "that 'he , "wastnot'tb be roped
into the "Ku-Klus Klan ' he had
him arrested on the charge of being
a suspicious character. *
State was fined next day for be j
ing drunk. Now it appears that
State knows a thing or two , and he
accordingly published a card , giving
Gen. S. A. S. , a rough deal , calling
him Sir Rye Tanglefoot , accusing
him ofbelngunable toquqte Shakes
peare correctly , and of having been
"hilariously happy , " on the evening
that he picked State , up. Gen. 8. A.
S. had his anger aroused , as his
good tcharacter and- sobriety had
been called in question , and he therefore - ,
fore publishes a card a column long
in vindication of himself , and
brings to his support cards from
Judge Wilburand Enoch Honny to
prove jhat it was State that was in-
toxicated-and not himself. As the
case now stands , it is evident that
somebody must have been imbibing ,
which fa nothing strange in this
Western country. Jfr. IJenny is
x. General Strickland
id.cl. u.id. . was pot drunk- and says7
cl. "In regard to you ( Gen. 8. A. S. }
being drunk , I know that Jt js nol
so ; and I also know that you had
nothing to drink from 8 o'clock till
M.M . a few minutes before we met
M ? StAte. " . - f _ , / ,
M This is pretty pbsftlvp
MM. that Gon. S. was not drunk , for h <
M.W. . . had not had a drink from 8 o'blocl
W.ed. . till about eleven , and we kno\vtha
it would take more then one swal
11. low to intoxicate him or any 'Othe
,11Co "Ko-op. " Hennyfurther intimate
CoM. tha.t tftte was "either.crazy , drunker
M.M. . , or very much u$4rthe' infli/enc /
IXU. of Jiquor , " and as § tate. was fiiipi
U. for drunUermjjSS bv Judge Wilbui
we are Inclined to think that it wa
the ar- he who was intoxicated and no
Gen. S. , who seems to have had th
safety of the city at heart. : o hop
that tUp phorjtftble reader w-UTafere
in with us that Qtn. S , hfts cleare
himself on this particular' occasior
although it is not a matter of ver ,
grave importance to the publi
whether .he orStato was , or both c
them-wf re , under the influence t
liquor on the eventful evening.
1 ' .
; -ii r y
' . On tlie Cth of Ap'ril two
men bought tickets from Denver t
( Omaha. "When they arrived o
r Gfrand Island , they got off to "la
over a few days , Tfje conducto
ermitfed one of them to do so , an
ska refused the other , who bad a con
ngmd .ductor3 ? check. .On the 20th hot )
m.El. . got on the train , the conductor hon
El. oring the ticket of the one , ami dla
honoring the check of the other , pu
him oflf tje cars between two sta
Cre tions. Tlje name of thp young mai
llj- ejected is Reed , and he has em
ployed J ; O , Adams to proseelut
ier Pacific forTdajna'gest
Smythe has gone t <
oln to attend a pic-nic.
. * .
L ! _ _ - f. * " " - ,
emon has returned fr6h
He reports splendid crop ;
"aoppers. - . -
Sardner , agjnt ; oftKe"Tn ;
' .Menagerie , , 'Museum
jnd 'Circus , , is at th <
al. He is making ; ar
[ for the InternationaUc
Lugust 31st. - .j
jfchcock , the geiiera
the Great Bur
it the Grand Cen
rom his arduous duties
i comes to Omaha , his for
ic , where he has hosts o :
tsonal friends , A noi evei
[ w . < . , - JL * A.
n a cordial reception.
illowmg are the arrivals ai
! Taylor , Charles Sparkes , Og-
I ; Stephen Malalan , John Har-
.gton , Misa .nnje Bejlq Gordon ,
England ; JoIint > amerohiP Shuley ,
HamburgTarJW , Taylor , St Lou-
tis ; P A Pottcr.Sidux City ; B Sclla-
Miss Jennie Wilson ,
jnsas City ; Charles M' ' Gdf fechalk ,
3uistMn ; , Hull , Cedar Rapids ;
incaster , G W Barlhplowew ,
KnT7nU vi''Stnfna' .llTrftri
itory , is visiting in
he went on a
Awhile .walking a
Tenth street ,
| noflensice In-
A Few Jfo
the Uennansy &s a nu"
in all. , political.
Rafters ; jt is.no wonder that some
one amongst them should express ;
his opinion regarding the political
prospects-and the host means to. at- ,
tainthe most beneficiaVresuits. 'Mr. .
PhiUp Metz .has'thought proper to.
advise , his countrymen in this re
gard. * " Formerly a strohgt"and
sfauneh/Renublican / , w.ho conld not
even be induced to enter-theliberal
rankg.two years ago , Se'is. nowinore
than willing to describe banner he
has helped to carry to victory for
In an. article appearing ov this
signature in the Omaha" Tbk , of
July 4th , he cites from the Illinois
Zeitung , and-tells u& that
.vybat tMr. Hesing .saySjJs the j pol
icy : of the Germans'in.'UlinoiS ' , finds
its corresponding expression among
us Germans of Nebrask'a. , and that
the wants ana expectations of the
German population of Nebraska-are
identical , ; witu , .Jhpse , , ol. Jhe same
element of Illinois. We-do not be
lieve that this iaa _ correct view ol
the-cale , Mr.Hesjng'is , too.muchoi
a politician , and he is fa tno.anxious
for .the advancement ofl himself and
family" , ; tb be'jjlassed aaian" , 'impar ;
, tJal judge "of the politiciil'Jbehtimenti
.of his countrymen , add , besides , 3fe
b'raska is certainly not Illinois.
Where the political aiid-inateria
interests of 'the 'latter 'are. riearlj
fully developed , there these sami
.matters are in their infancy witl
us. Jt , Is possible thattlieGwnau ;
of Illinoisby united action mi'gh
control , the .fall election ; of. tha
State , but the .Germans otNebrask
can certainly not do any.such thin ;
ere. , An4 when Mr. Mu z tells u
"toVolldw" the' example o'f'Mr. . JH.es
ing , the Illinois > laats Zeitung , an
its political adherents , h forgel
that Mr..HesIng , only by force (
circumstances,1 has been brought t :
advocate the course he now doc :
to- wit : 'i'hfft. ' the 'Germans ' shTdul
tuni from the .Republican party an
enTer the itenppnif jc ranks as pr
vate ? , corporals and coopela } , alwaj
with Mr. Hesing-as general. It :
first after havlug : been snubbed b
the farmers , jndependant con vet
tionthatMr. Hesing came to tl
conclusion -that - - the. - Demo'crati
ptjriy was the salvation of the com
try , " and it is very doubtful ho'
many of Oils countrymen are wilJ
ing to accept this doctrine.
Jleganiing the great bug-bear % a
waya held up bcfbre the anxiot
minds ' 5f the Gernfansthe ten
peranclf question ITiave no fear <
any. suicidal , action ontha part i
the Republican part ) ' . The radicj
temperance men are of such an e :
ceedingly small number , that the
'clamor ami cries will have no effei
upjjn a party whose principleJbz
been , ijn.i cy.er will be , personi
freedom to all. Let us awajt tL
platforms adopted by the two polit
cal State Conventions , and apt ai
cording to tlio promises andpiedg (
madn therein. In the mcantlm
I hope that no German will folio
thp ail vice of Mr. Philip .Metz , . an
jump frora one i ) rty . o rl ) ° tne
he might jjpss.ibly regret It ifte ;
wards. . CIIAULES , . BAXKES. , .
- * - -r < Tk. t ' r i
.The.heated term can be robbed <
half'its terrors by donning one c
Bunco's summer hats. He isno )
closing them qff _ at astonishing !
low prices. , . , jul3-31-2t
formerly occup'ledi'b ' ,
t&o , City rnVGaiawelliBlocl a
Council .Rp ems , , Mayor's offlct
and Clerk'R offlce roil RENT. AI
ply to j . - " , C. F , CATTJN.
* Ml *
111.Carpets. . ; . j :
During thi8nibnth < Iwill offe
.special bargains s ' In < remnants c
C IIPETS' . ' ' CL6 S ; MAT
TZNG aiid HvStL' ? PAPER : Cal !
and examine goods and prices
You can always , fiud.-a.JargearJi (
well * selected sockqPcARPET ! :
DOW SHADES EATS , RUGS
, and as ' .
buy direct Jrom manufacturers an <
importers , I can selliiie
of goods , as low ag , Chicago or St
504Farnham and Dougla6treets.
. at flu
PKEXCII COFFEEHOUSE , 12th St.
tud it himself/it / is the best tha
can'frelnui Tn the cify. " " "jfuSOcodt
[ RAND CLOSING OUT , SAM
oi TriK k\s6i- P urferof As's ! ; -
Now or never. This Is the lagi
* l - ? ' .Wl S ? , . > W1U fl , lIfnhiA ?
.An Iowa Bee-Hive Peddler Learns
_ a Costly Lesson. . . ' '
r i ' . i1
.sejatenced to pay a fine of ; .
-edVorthirty days. ' " - ' . -
A very interesting case took place
at the Policed Court yesterday
the fects of which we gathered from
the evidence and other sources. It
appears that one Wm. R. Burgess ,
of Indlanola , Iowa , arrived in this
city two or three days ago , in com
pany with his partner , they being
Interested in a patent bee-hive.
They stopped at Vandanlker's De
pot Hotel. Thursday afternoon Bur-
jesa made the acquaintance of one
E. M. Parker , "who has -been in
the city about ten weeks , and has
within a .week or so , been carry
ing on a small grocery opposite the
DepqtHotelf In the evening Burgess
was taken to the Crystal Saloon ,
where the two men went up stairs
to play faro. Parker lost his. own
money , and $80"which he borrowed
from Clayton. He then intimated ,
according to Burgess's story , that
his head was thick , and he wanted
to play a simpler game one that
did 'not require so much study ;
A "red and black" cloth was
1 tb.cn spread uppn the , table ,
and Burgesa was induced , to play ,
and when he had lost S10S , he went
tothqPepot Hotel togetsome money
from his partner , who refused to let
him have It. Van Daniker , land
lord of the hotel , hearing of the
-scrape Burgess had got into , sen !
word tcx Policeman Collins , who in
formed Marshal Snowden. Parker ,
Harry Clayton , and Ed. Keens ,
d were then arrested a.id. released or
ts- - bail , Yesterday the case . cam
tsb up for trial. ' The prosecuting witness
b ness- told a very straight forward
3 , story , stou'tly maintaining the fac
dd of a "red and.'black" . cloth having
d been spread upon the table , and a
ira which game he lost his money.
Parker testified that no such garni
had been played . Harry Clayton
whoiwas a mere looker-on , testlfle (
the , same , and that the room wa
rented and managed by Ed. Koona
Jim Nealis and Keens , and one o
two others gave corroborative cvi
tjence. In the evidence it appeare <
that the dealer was one David Tur
, nor , from Denver , who was not ar
rested , and that the only garni
played was faro.
Gen. Strickland made an argu
ment in favor of a light pimishmen
tupon Parker. Burgesa was a bee
1 hive patent right humbug and :
speculator ; he had played poker fo
IT money ; lie ought to have knowi
2t better , and this experience woul <
ISll prove a good lea-son for him.
ll At this point the Judge called 01
Bjiirggas to rpppat some of his testi
i- mon > \.iij was askecj , " said , he , "bj
Parker , 'why ' I didn't bet , as tb <
game was.slmple , and u child couk
play it as cheap aa a man. ' Then
were four aces at one end , and h
the centre was a jack of diamonds. '
Jwtee' Wilbur here ashed Marsha
* * 4 * *
r- * nnd Byrnp }
Sno\4en } Pqljceman
they knew' anything 'of tlfe game
but they answered that they die
i Policeman Collins was also aske (
but he replied , "Divil a bit do :
] play the game. "
His Honor in rendering his de
cision stated that he would bt
obliged to consider the evidence o
Burgess , as" entitled to the rnos
weight , and hp accordingly sen
tenoed Parker to pay a fine of $2 (
and to be imprisoned | n jail foi
.thirty days ,
' General Strickland gave notice 01
exceptions to the ruling of the court ,
He also wanted to make com
plaint against Burgess for gambling
r but his Honor would not entertain
. Clayton's case was postponed till
1 this afternoon at three o'clock
o'clock. He will be tried for per
mitting gambling in his house , in
connection with his saloon , and il
will , be a question with the Courl
whether his license shall be revoked
. Judge Wilbur distinctly stated
.that It was not his intention to make
Lwarlupon the "square" faro banks ,
wljiich were run entirely jndepen-
deaden taud separate from saloons.
Keens was discharged.
/ NOW OB , NEVER !
V : Tirna Extended for One
it * ' ontn longer.
_ _ ' _
f J IA - _ , -
BOp'TS AND SHOES !
At These Prices :
Men's boots . . " . . . . .52 50
Mpn $ shoes. . . . . . . . . . . . . : ; .i. . . . . : . 1" 00
Men's Congress. . . . , 1 50
Men's slippers. . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
' boots nice 1 25
Ladles' , very
. , . ! J - ' -
- , , - - 7 v
Ladies' slippers.- . . . -6
Ladies' leather boots 1 25
Boy's-shoea. . . . . * . 1 00
Boy's'boots./- . ' . . ; . \ . : . . . . 2 00
Misses' cloth L6o& . ' . . . . . . . ; 75
jGWldren's from1 J5c up ;
WEBBE& & BEITM ,
It Cpr. Douglas and 13th Sts.
iositics at No. 170
et , > corner 11 th"street. .
! fx the pioneer
lecturer , keeps con-
the very best
Bowers , and
Grasshoppers j Efcop's' and Krusad-
* . . - -
ers Men-onitcs * dnd Jl/cno-
nitcsscs Political Spccu- -
tations Temperance ,
Candidates'etc , . ' : ' . - -
ICorresponiltnce of tU ? Bn : . ) ' . ,
LINCOLN , July20'lS74.
OJIAHABEE : .
Rob. Burns used to get very much
discouraged , , once in a while , when
contemplating the humble spberein
which he was compelled to move be- .
sause of the lack of gold , and while
: hus meditating , he gave to the
ivorld proof that "man was made to
mourn" in a form that has chal
enged the admiration of all. If ,
however , there are any who still
doubt what Burns said in regard to
it , let them but ride one-half day
rom farm-house to farm-house
through parts of this county , and
ask the occupants what-tho pros ?
pects are for an abundant com crop
this season. Their faces will immc1"
diately assume fully as sorrowful an
expression as that which must have
marked the countenance of the no
ble bard when the old gray-haired
stranger assured him that everyday
for twice -loity years he had
seen proofs -of man'a1 misfortune ,
with such an expression they will
of grasshoppers - :
point to the myriads
pers , shake their heads , and utter
never a word.Yes. . - Some fields
are stripped bare > and they are yet
withus. , The wheat crop.is safe.
But this is not all that Lincoln
and its surrounding people .have to
mourn over ; for in addition' .to
grasshoppers and Co-ops surely
enough for one community her
citizens have followed within two
weeks , two of the purest and bright ?
eat members of her society to the
grave. Mrs. Col. Cropsy , and Mrs.
Carrie , L. McFarland , the.latter but
twenty-four years of age. I merely
mention this in connection witli
other facts , as the readers of the
BEE were doubtless cognizant of the
particulars long ere this.
Upon the other hand , the city ia
improving at a rate satisfactory to
the most sanguine. There are large
brick buildings in course of erection
in almost every direction , while the
improved plans for the postofllce
bujlding are being purrjed out as
rapidly' "practical , and give Uncle
Sam's employes a good compensa
tion for their toil ! J. S. Atwood is
erecting a large brick on the cornet
of Tenth and C streets , and will I
start another bank. As yet , other
business houses are in the majority ,
but I fear banks will outnurnhei
The Mennonltes still make head
quarters at the fair ground. Thej
are a peculiar class of people. Thej
build one house large enough for the
accommodation of all , and there ;
barefooted , lousy and dirty , "thej
live and have their being. " ' It if
customary , especially with the
women , when coming to town , tc
form in a Ijne , at least four abreasi
and such breasts ! and witl
delicate ankles in full view , marcl
through the streets. They nevei
take goods at the price lirSt asked ,
The merchant must come down 01
no sale. In view of this they have
learntd to' charge enough . ' " "
Speculation a's" to who are nol
only willing , but anxious to servt
this district Ir. the Legislature ,
'might successfully be indulged iii ,
but we refrain this time , thougL
promise a glance at it in our next.
Saloon keepers are anticipating
an increase in their business nexl
weejc , as tjie temperance eifms 'will
be in-sessibi ) for' three 'days. Atex-
ander.Brother ( ) may be their can
didate' for Governor , and he , maj
B9t , Sheldon wguld tgup it , and
Earlier , th'e ihaftyr , ' wh"bspvife \ Is
competent , if he isn't , would also b
willing to uanilflCQ , etc , Alexandei
is the choice of your correspondent ,
LACKAWANA COAL at lowesl
market pricp , byr the' IOWA COAI
COMPANY. Office 13th street , ( for
merly Union Coal Company's ) .
jy SO.tf GEO. C\ TOW E ,
B3T8EE McKelligon-s card on
second page. * . . juue2-tf
SALOON for sale cheap. Inquire
at BEE office. ju24-tf !
ahdsep the largp stpck.of. BOOTS &
SHOES lately bought at , a . .bankrupt
sale , and now being sold at exceed
ing * low prices , at less'lhan one-
lialf their .vj.lue.
jy28tf , H. DOHLE & Co.
TYPE FOR SALE !
A Font of Bourgeois Type , -of
which th3 ; is a sample. , weighing GOO
Ibs. This type has been ( iu use pn
the Daily BEE less than one yedr ,
and ia nearly as good as new. '
For ierma &c.t address
; E. ROSEWATEE ,
in f. Publisher of the Bee.
- - i
DR. POWELL , office 215 , Farn
ham street. * Iune23tf .
BELI.EVUE GBOVE , twelve miles
from Omaha , on the line of the B.
& M. R. R. , and 100-yards from the
depot Jtas been'improve'dforpii nics
and private parties
BY JI'AUSLAND & MARTIN.
All engagements for the prove
will bo made through
ANDY MCAUSLAND ,
jy7tf. 242 Douglas Street.
& LEWIS ,
Cor. 16th. and Izard Streets.
On hand and SAWED TO OKDER.
CARRIAGE , BUGCI
N. E. COHNEE o ! 34tU ana HABNEY STS ,
respectfully announce to the pub
lic that bets now ready to. . fill.sU .eon-
Bracts in the above lines with "neatness and
dispatch. ' " . . .
* g"Eipre S Tfagons constantly on hand and
03 IE 3ST . 3DtT < O IXT 2S 33
-VA > FACTTEIB OS ASD DEALlOt T3C-
Larabrcquins and " \Y-ndoTT Sb'aclcs ,
CHEOXOS , ES6BATI5KS AKD
270 Farnhim street , coiner Fifteenth
Soap Factory. ! ,
. on the ftne'ot the' Union Taclfic
' tlie posrJer house. Manulac-
i soap fg mc coniwapttna , -
, SEEClAIj NOTICES.
C _ Advertisement * of To Let , For
siile , l Ktj * .Van Ur-iVucd-,1'Hoarding , AC. , will
IN ; mseru-tl mihtise columns once for TEN
CENTSptr line ; each subsequent insertion ,
FIVKCEFiS tierline.lie first Insertion
never less thai TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
STBAYED-iFrom'my * residence , Jnly 26 , a
white mue , saddle marked. Anyone who
' can give cnr information sbaut s'IJtnare , please
, address , , P. BOISKLL ,
Jy3W2l _ Pierce 4,6th Street.
F"OUN D. ESTliAY-One Red Cow Tith T. II.
, ri. branded on both horns. The owner can
find her at .the river bottom : three miles north
of Omaha. " Jy31d2t .
" 171611 SALE At a Bargain , a House and Sts-
i ? ble situated on Marcy St.- Lots , Block203 ,
bet. 10'haud llth Streets , inquire on pictnlwa
By a young married man.'a sit
uation for hiuueli and wife. Addres :
"D , " Bee Office. " Jy3Id6t
MONEY" AND LOTS-I cantell prltate rei
idence lota In the heart of the city at i
great sacrifice , 'on easy terms and can negotiat <
. two Jeans f Sl.OyO each. .Who wants them ? t
JOHN M ; CLARKE ,
JySldlt * ' lleal Estate Agent
TO I.'OAN On approreJ persona
MONEY ' . at Lanr Office ol T. W
j.rivlchanls , l d. 490 lithS.reet. Jj30eod2
I TTT ANfED A giri to do bouserwork , Inquln
' . VV at' Cracker Factory. Harney Street bet
.llth . and 12th. i , 't yJSOdSt *
r ANTED TO P'UBCUASE-A first inert
gage .oh improiied o ty property abou
. . .J. r D. iTTHOMAS
Jy29d3t. * i Vfsschcrs BlocV
TO LOAN At Dr. Isaac Edwards
MONEY Farnham Street. Jy28d6r
TTIOUtSALE Immf-tliately , an < l at a Grea
JQ -ThefurnitureiDthePhilatlelpbL '
House cah'be twitjlircheap , one-hjlf cash , am
the other , holt on ( .threeto six months Ume
ith good security. , Lca > e of the house run
seven months , at $23 per mouih. Forty-flve t
fifty good cash boarders. The Proprietor ha
other business" to'atte'nd to immediately , am
for that jcasouo&ers this splendid opportunity
RENT.THE COTTAGE of 7 IlOOilS ad
' ' joining my Offica.
- - - - A COTTAUE of 4 ROOMS , larg
- ' A COTTAGE of 5 BOOMS , no rel
t " A STORE WITH LIVING Tocn
T " attached good location.
u -A-ItUILMNU SUITABLE FOR
Saloon and Dwelling.
Two r ems upstairs , on Jackson S'
- Four frame Buildings , with Lea :
JAS. F. MORTON 4 X ) .
jy28tf . . 431 Tenth Jstree
WANTEdr-Nurse. girl , at (356) ( ) three hut
drrd and fifty-six Chicago it. , near 19tl
Grown girl preferred. JyS7dtf.
TABLES For sale , .two near ]
EJLMARD by 9. latest , style , 4 leg Bllliat
'i'ablea-'witH'balls- ) and fixtures compled
will bo sold very cheap Apply at
B110WN & THURSTON'3
jy2TiCt. ! Ij'w Offio
' MINING AND' SMEL1
MECHANICS' The semi-annual meetln
aiJjourned from July 21st , will be hel < | at tl
Durant Engine Uouse-oq Thursday , July SOtl
at 8 P. il. , lor the clectian of oOicers , and tt
transaction of business cf great Importance I
tno stockholders. K. K. LONG.
i T\7 ANTED A prt to do general bouse wor !
T V Apply at 11 , Pomeroy's , West end S
' Miry's Avenue. Wagis-S5.CO per week. '
KENT Houae on ISth near Ca strec
FOR ' , . S. A.-1AYLOE & O ) .
A girl to cook at Am'rlcj
WANTED . llth and 12th , Douglas st.
T MPLOYMENt OFFICE Room No. 1. soul
J2J cast corner 15th and Douglas Sts. Wan
ed immediately , servant girls , farmhands , ca
pentcrs abd laborers" , also real estate bought ai
sold , and taxes paid for non-residents.
J. N. FISHER ,
jyStf Omaha , Ne
CT7- ANTED IMMEDIATELY-A gll to' <
YV house-wort : Apply 331 Davcnpo
street , between 17th and 18th. jy3tf
QTORE TO RENT IDS Douglas strfet. I
O Quire of " WEBBER 4 BEHM.
WANTEDr-Day ooarders , at th touthwe
cor. of 10th and Harney sts. jpgtf
WAKTtD A cncap mrm in escnange fi
mirchaudlic. Address , Farmer , Bt
office. - ap' lt
T WILL SELL SECOJSD-HAND Carriage
J _ and one Hearse , cheap for cash or trade , i
1 need the room for new onei.
je:5dtf. : " " O. W. HOMAtf.
mo T IE PUBLIC-T } ; ? Onaeri.jS , .hi
JL parchRjcJ Bud put-ui > bn1'tbe itree'i * i
pupiiccbntcyaccU , some 61 the finest carrlag
cveriUMiuffiCturcd in this country. They will I
run to andlrom the depots , hotels andpriva
residences. Alloide s'Jeltat thelTetropollta
Hotel , or at thestable , nrnrsecarQlEicireril
.st and Capittl Avjepue , will be proinpily 'a
tended to. A nhnic cf the pub'llc 'patrtuago
respectfully sollciied. J * UN E. BUIX.
* - -
PROPOSALS FOR -STONE 'CURBING.
SEALED PROPOSltS will ha received b
the undcrsigfled until 4'o'clockP , M ; , Augti
4th , 1874. for Pacing a ktoua curbing cp boi
sides of Farjiliam and D.opgla ? Qt reets.f row tl
east siVU of NtUlh"sm < ; t11o-lthe ; west 'sidei
Sixteenth ttrcet , an'd upon both sides of a
cross-streets within said limits.
Such cu hlng to' be placed on a lirje tlxtw
fcct'from ' the Hue of- the lot ; , '
To bo ot stouo tiye inahcs thick and of ni
le < s ltanvtwe'ny ) ( inciita.tn depth- nor luastl )
Placed so that the upper edge shall bo at 11
established gtade upon vaid ( treats.
ALSO for proposals for laying a surface gu
ter of stone next out ide of said curbing upc
all ot said streets , to befour feet in width , tt
inner edge thereof to be laid five inches belo
the top of said curbing and to be laid accoidlc
to plans to be furpisbed by the City Englnte
All of such work to be paid for la warran
drawn upon the Special fund to be levied upo
the property adjacent to said improvement
for the purpose of * "paying"the cost and . - . eipen . . - ;
The Council'rcserf ps the right to reject aa
o.- all bds | , .
PropOEaUsbould.be endorsed "Proponali fi
Curbing" and be addres'cl lo the underslgne
0. C. LUDLOWJ
- i City Clerl
Onaha Jnly.SOth 1874.
YICTOit COFFMAN ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
( O.VEP. ISH'S DRUG STORE , )
' @n Sth , bet. Farnham and Ilarney Strati ,
TTAS been entirely refiitud and refurnishec
rl and will accommodate all to the best'c
board at SI,50 per day ; 40c per single meal , i'
C , V , & S , M , HAERYMAH ,
U.P.R.R , MEAT MARKET
16th street befCallfornla and Webster.
KEEP ON HAND THE BFsi
WE supply , of , EP.ESH AND SALTE1
MEATS. Also a-larrfe"stock"of Fine Suga
Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon , at the low
st rites. - WM. AUST & KNUTII ,
J. O. SCATTER
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
Highest price paid for Country' ' Produce . )
Brlci * Store , B. B.Ccr. 1GA t Chicago Ets.
je26tf OMAHA.-I EB.
TEEITSCHKE & CO. ;
B O ,0 R S
And Gcncial Frorislon Dealers ,
B. 'WCcr , Jackson sad 13th Ets- ,
Keep a superior stoct of Groceries , Provision !
Wines , Liquors and Cigars.and sell fheapei
thaa any other house in Omaha. ] y3 3m
COPPER AHD SHl ET IROB
WARE. 'DEALERS IN
Cooking and Heatib ? Stores. .
Tin" Roofing , Spouting andGntterl ng don
short notice and In'ltd 'best maaner.
iltftn trcct pt21 dl
Saddle and Harness Maker ,
AND CARRIAGE TBESMEB ,
A LL orders and repalrlngjromptly attended
to nd satisfaction g irranteed.
paid for hides. sp39vl
"Mrs. D. A. MOITETT , "
Fashionable iDressrhaking ,
- * 564 Fourteenth St. ;
JeSbVm ' . L'WIAHA , WKB ,
' v-3 . . . . . . . uH * "
LIQTJOiCS , WINES , ETC
* if z i
l-l a a K
( > Im
Ij s ° - _
f I W
B . .
o § S -I
' . Ml GLYNN
TTHOLISA1X , AMD KKTAIL DEALER IX
Wines ' Liquors. Segars ,
Corner of 15th and Dodga streets , opposite the
new Post Office building ; Omaha , Neb.je2Stf. .
Bavarian Beer1 Hall !
198 Douglas St.
.Opposite Metropolitan. 'Hotel. '
Finest brands of aU classes ol Liquors-and
Seqars. 'Fresh Lager constantly 'oh hand.
je25-3m CHAS. HART Prop.
Comer of Cnmingj 'and T-weaty-second streets
The finest lager beer con
stantly on hand.
JeSWm ; CHAS.'WEYMULLEB , Prop.
nmAAm d CENTRAL
OMAHA , . . KEBSAKA
The larcest and beat hoi between Chicago
Opened new September 30th , 1873.
s3Q ti . OEO. THKALL. Proprietor.
CITY HOTEL ,
E. T. .PAGE , Proprietor.
10th Su beL arnnam and Harney ,
. OM4.HA , NEB.
Free Bu > 3 to and from all Trains.
Passengers for other Hole's or private Eesl-
idcncts , carried for 25 cents.
< W AU orders left at P. H. Allen's , 2-1 door
from P. O , C. Wilson Son , tor. 13th and
H -rney , aud the City Hotel Offlcc , wUl rstolve
, pi ouipt.attention. , ' . Jj71m
United States Hotel ,
COU. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
mHE UNDERSIGNED nspeclfnlly announ-
J. ces that he has purchased and refi. ted the
above" Hotel , and Is now ready to accommodate
thd public , with board by day or we < k , at reai-
onaMe rates. WILLIAM . LEJIB , Prop.
FARMERS HOUSE !
B. W. Cor. of 14th nd Harney Sts.
JUSTUS KESSLEB , Proprietor ,
Omaha , Neb ,
jy3 lu (
atd 10th ; :
u i CHARLES FE1.DEKMAW , Prop.
Central Hoiis ©
T e , C30 Eliteenth Street ,
Opp. Jefierso ? Sqpsre , Ol AHA , KEB ,
JOSEPH IIOTE , Prop'r ,
Day and r-eek Board itt reasopable rales.
Firtt-clau btir attached to the home.
TEITZ EAPHEE , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corner llth , Omaha ,
Nebraska. Board by the day or week.
June 1. Tl' '
Treating on 4th , Eth tni Wakntifc , ,
St. Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
The Southern Hotel is first-cliss in all Its
appolntmenu. Its tables are at all times sup
plied In the greatest abundance , with all the
delicacies the markets afford , , Its clcrKi and
employes are all polite' ' and attentive to the
wants ot the guests of the 'hotel , There is an
improred elevator leading from the fmt floor
to' the. uppar one , Railroad and 'steamboat
icket offices , news ftr.nd. and wesxerr Onion
telegraph offlre in the totonda Of hotel.
Wed LWoodlWood !
Immense jReduction !
. A T S. P. BKIO b' YARD , CORNEB OF
JHth and Chi RO Streets. Good Hard
WobdST 00 ; Soft * * 00. S'ote Wood to scft
any number of store Terr choir. aplStf
G. STRIFFLER ,
CB.CICE n-'I E B ,
Pr ? ' CoHfrctltiHery ,
r ' Tobacco ,
&c. , &c. , &c.
S. K. Oir.cf 1 1i ; ri : ; FARSII AH.
The Sioux City and Pacific Railroad ,
In 'C ofctloo vltb tiit . ' -
SIOUX iCITY-AnST. PAUt ;
: , --j' ! : . ' - - -
Is C2 miles the thorteit route from.Omtha .
and Conaeli.Blum. to St. Paul , Xlaetpolls ,
StlUwater , inota , Dulath , Bhmarck , and all
i . ' - ' *
polati In JUnnftota.
Train leaves Omaha daily , ( except Saturday )
at 6 o.clock p. m. , and Council BIuBi at 8:05 f
m. , from. Chicago U > orth * Western Depot , i
; , , . . \ 'ft .1
Fare as LOltanailfficas QUICK .as
. ' . ' " . . i.V * * _ - -
bj BBj olIier Line *
Be tare your ticket reads VIAS lour -City ,
thus avoiding circultottJ route * and "mldnlgbt
Tickets can be porehase-1 t the offices of i the
Chicago & Northw < sUrn Railway In 'Omaha
and Council BlUOi. ,
. . . . - . -JC.BOYDEN ,
Gen'lPass.4TIcketAgl-St.P.48.C. R. R.
Uen'l Pass , and Ticxat AfiWit- ? . , , SIouz
The Kingpf the SETClNG MACH1J.2 VOJ.JD r pcniiicr.tlr tt Celd Peters _
" . . .
Kealuxs" Flcaice. \ x .
V-/ SALES EOE1873l :
Ip. .Roimd : Htimbers 232,444 Machines !
ItBclnK orer One-Hao Jrcd rtd TI > Iitrtn 71cotacd ccrcXacUcc ! tlzn wire told iv tcr otLer
Sewing Machine Cortptuy Juriogttcsyjre v'fe. ,
It will haiuly Le Jtulwjcn such evidence that the anrerlcrity tl ttc Elcftrb lu IT
THE SINGER MANFg CO ,
" - ' . . 'W. N. NASOKT , Agent ,
je - - : ISO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OifAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
Agents 'for the Oriental Powder Co ?
STEFXE & JOHNSON ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
> SIMPSOS'S. BtOCIC
5GS and 540 Fourtoenth. Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & &ALLAGEB.
SUCCESSORS TO CREIGHTON AKD MORGAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
ffo. 20 ( ; Farnliam Street
WHITNEY , BAUSERMAN : < fc CO.
ITo. 2 7 Douglas Street ,
mch27yl AG&NTS FOR Til1 ? DUPOXT POWDER HO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE 6ROCERS !
AND DEALERS 12 !
CannetLGoods , Dried Truits , Green Fruits in Season ,
je I . % Rl EItS SOLICITED . ' ND PBOMPTI/T /
A. . S. S O'lsT ,
- JlANUFACrUEER AND
C. Zi. A.
288 Dodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep cons intly on hand the frest rtotkof Broad Cloth , Caisliuvirs end Vesticrt
which I am prepared to mate up In the mct Iaabiccib.'e si 3 Its nd lu tuit the muit futidiouB
a ) the lowest possibla prices. - JelOdl Y
ROBERT C. STEEL1 , ,
Paints , Oils ,
BRUSHES , LAMP GOODS ETC ,
257 Douglas Street - - OMAHA
DRY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES and MOTIONS.
231 Farnb.au Street ,
i . J. J. BROWN l& BRQ. ,
VHOLESALE DRALEES IN ,
STAPLE m FANli , ' DRY
myS-lr Motions , aid Bets nnd Shoes.
Shelf I Heavy hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , \ AGON STOCK,5
THKKSHBHS. IIAUVKSTKHSnEAl'EIlS , twEJls. 'laUa-IBlTTS ' Dllllr > , t ,
. > NKFnenu
coRx-muiYEnti. PLOWS , ccnvvromsntv' - >
KAKEH AND WAbjJS. * ' ' mh ,
246 Douglas Sttt. OinaTii , -
HENRY HORN ERGER.
JKentHckyj Yhiskle * aad Impol-l ood-j a Specially.
HOMES . and 7AHMS
' .u * *
TboEarlij W ua JCUsiarl PtrerrRaltrool Co.off l-est laa'i aflow price i onlOjcir
credit at S pC. cecv. InterestA * 1 < ha bonus premln f ,20 per cent , .on the amount of tig
purchase , if half the Iao4 Is cultivated , within two year > m date of nsrduw.
LAKGE DEDUCIONS FOB SH PAYJIEXT3.
North ! of : ? lalte , j xiup Fork ftid . El
The B. A M. R.T. , Co. will seC about 7.003,000 crei oi 1
: ' --Sofith
The Comi ny ownn * larte body of th * fcist tail'i
and aU / iit Id Itsrallroad and In iheltrgt iM
C. B. SCHALLtB ,
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