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THE OMAHA BI
FBtDAY , AtJG. t , 1874. ]
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE Cl
1HE OMAHA DAIIT BEE
I It served to lubscnters by carrier , U
evening , ( Sunday
ol tbe city , every
pert .
weeV $3.
oepted. ) t fiUtca cectt per , or
ix months , and J7.00per mium , wheii
tdTEnce.
zi
All compltinti about Irregularities , add ]
thii oflice will receive pruinpt attentloi
TM OMAHA DAILY BkE will be mail
mbKiibenattueiollowlngraUa , yable
rUbly In advance :
f7.tOperai-ium.
8.75 " 6..onth .
Taz OMAHA DAILT BEE has by fa :
T drculatlon In the city , an
the belt and cheapest advcr
.
juj. . Local notic
juj.BA.TE3 or ABVKSTISISO.
ceuU per line : local advertisemuit
csnU per line : by the month , 10 cents
50 i
dTerUicment Inserted for less than
Special notioes , 10 cents per line ; single
lion , not lea tbu ) 25 cents.
Transient abtrti' nenu mast inva-ial
t ld ior in advance.
advertisements py *
; Bat i lor standing
" "All Statements , TJ
Legal Notice * ,
Work , etc. , requiring careful revision by
hand
bo
oJ"5ot to bTfumirued , must
beiore Jtn o'clock A. M. to Insure iusertit
" dilaud Local dvertlseinei.M bcfor
° CAd erU e nent lelore one o'doct P. K
advertisements for the WtEKL *
AU noon , I
nest be banded la before Holiday
e week'o isrue.
JLBWTAL AND 1) ) FAI11U11I
TBAIXS.
time Cn/d of the
. ABEl VK AT OJMU
tKAVK OMAHA. _ .2.W F. M. fcipress - 9.5j
M.Fl ! f..r. J.W A. * . 1 Slatl . . . . . 10:43
Sundaysexcepted. 'Mondays exc
XhU is the only line running Pullman
tfen'L Wc . Pass. Agt. - - - -
ChicaRO.lU. Omaha
Union Pacific.
LEATZ. Al
3.0C
Bally
Dally Mixed .
Jally Frelebt .
Ually Frelib.t. . .
Clilcvco , Itock Ilnn < l &
. .
.2iO P. M. t0:0l
tMondayacxc
Chlcaeo & NorlUwcet-rn ,
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Mall tlOt : )
Erpres *
Kfmsa * City , St. Jo. & Council I )
-nd S
. . . 8:15A.M. : " ! ' '
Dally except Sunday e .
fMaes and Baggage VTagoue lea
Karnhom and Ninth etree
Occ , oorcer
alnata * la advance of the above lit
TOADTEKTltiliES J 1
UI1IOCI of licpAJL-Y BKK IK
ghasi double tlintcf nnylotlicr
paper publUlied ID A'rbrankn.
Peyclce'a Eeataurant and 0
tooffift. Tbe leading bouse of
kind. 207 , Farnham street , tet
Twelfth awl Thirteenth. Ieb2
OMAHA BREVITIES.
- Circus to-day.
AH quiet at the Police <
yesterday.
Everybody and their fan
will be at the circus this ovc-i
An innumerable numbei
small toads put in an appear
with the heavy shower of yeste
morning.
Thematineeperformanceof
son's Palace Circus , are carric.
as full in programme as in the
nlng.
The two United States priso
occupying the city cell wtth t
city prisoners , complain of crov
quarters.
Both old and young should
Wilson's Palace Circus , the
show in the -world , to-day
"Saturday , afternoon and evenin
A Owing to the frequent oc
rerice of the word "Ko-op" in tl
columns of late , some of our c
positors have fallen into the bat
spelling all words beginning wil
hard C , with a K.
We would advise that ladies
companicd by children , attend
afternoon performance of the cin
as at night it is sure to be crowc
A man was fined ut the Po
Courtyesterdayfor disturbance of
peace by calling a woman a 1
The idea of fining a man for an
fense of that nature is prepostert
Ten chances to one when a n
calls a woman a liar , be is corn
E. M. Parker , the man v
was sent to jail for thirty days
"Judge Wilbur , for "steering" a I
hive peddler against a red and bh
game , is very sick , and at one ti
during last night , it was thought
would die. His wife is also vi
sick.
A Granger while viewing tl
excellent large photograph of J
T. Griffin , on exhibition in Curric
Bhow-case , remarked Wcdnesds
"Well , I'll be banged , if he would
make a slick looking picture for
"
postage stamp. "
In an article cntitled"AMissic
ary Tour , " which appeared in We
uesday's BEE , a slight mistake w
"made in the name of the princij.
hero. . . Instead of E. D. Pratt ,
, should have been D. H. Pratt. T
Initials D. H. which sometim
stand for dead bead are much me
appropriate under the circunistanc <
' The next excursion to St. Pai
. .Minneapolis , Minnehaha , and otl
er points of interest in Minnesot
will leave this city August 17 , ui
der the management of George \
" Oratton , passenger agent of tl
' -Sioux City and St. Paul railwa
"Mr. Gratton has put up in the wi
dow of his office , in Caldwell Bloc
, a large photographic bulletin boar
exhibiting the beautiful scenery
Minnesota. It is attracting cousi
crable attention *
A drunken man , while stn ,
gering along Tenth stxeet throu
the mud yesterday , found Jam
Stephenson's diamond horse-slu
breast pin clittering upon tl
ground. Taking it to McLoughlin
pawn shop , he inquired its valu
ivben the proprietor recognizing
as the one lost by Stephenson , too
Jt and returned it to Mrs. Stephei
son , In the absence of her husbam
fibe promptly .handed over $20 , tli
reward offered for the return of th
Mr. Segelke , proprietor
mineral water manuiactory
Xinth street , had his arm badi :
Wednesday by the bursting of a
water bottle , which he was cbarj
A boot and shoe house
Farnham street , whose prop :
has been in business in Oman ;
about eighteen years , was close
Wednesday by Eastern creditoi
Harry Clayton was arn
yesterday by Deputy SI
Dave Btirley , for contempt of c
It appears that he was called i
by tbe Probate Court , in answ
a judgment to disclose his prop
and to turn over the same , whi <
refused to do. The examination
set for yesterday afternoon.
\Vbile .Mr. Max Schroeder
sitUng "NVedhesday at the door c
place , in the basement of the f
Bank , reading a newspaper , i
malicious devil threw an oyster
filled with a nasty mixture , c
the stairs. The contents spille
over Mr. Schroeder , spoiling
clothed.
Sheriff Turner of Dodge (
tv , arrived in the city Wednc&d
charge of two horse thieves ,
he cap'turcd at Juuction City , ' .
sas. Bomo weeks ago they hi
team and buggy from Turner'
cry stable at Fremont , and fail
return the outfit. Mr. Turner
west with his prisoners ye t (
morning.
Reuben Munger , who wa
amined and committed to ja
United States Commissioner Si
in default of Sl.OOO bail , to i
bis trial on the charge of havi
his possession a $20 counter :
with intent to pass tbe same
yesterday examined by the
ofiiupr on the charge of having
ed a counterfeit S3 bill. H <
held in $1,000 bail ,
The City Council ought to :
somp provision for the policcm
uniform themsejvps. As tbej
appear , they arc anything but
mental , although they may
sionally be useful. It can him
expected that on S70permonth
ftjp } expense of a nev
can go f/ >
form , but they arp ivjlling tc
half the bill.
The case of G. K. Wrigl
CouiwiJ Blufls , vs. F. D. Coop
Omaha , which was Jried and t
ed in the Pottowattamie C
Court , of Council Bluffs , in av
tbe plaintiff tot ] } * qmount Of i
damages for false imprjsonr
and which Wfs gjven a second
on the petition of footU party.
been transferred to tl P tf
States Circuit Court.
The storm which began ycati
morning at about 4 o'clock , con
ing until G , was a most violent
the torrents of rain being ac
puL'icd by heavy wind , deaft
thunder , ailil terrific lightning ,
yet , however , we have fall
learn of any serious damage 1
done. It extended as far we
Kearney , where the wind w ;
strong as to blow two cars ofi
track.
raraouai.
Andy McAusland left ycste
morning on a business trip to Og
Dr. Pierson , of New York , i
the Grand Central.
Hon. J. M. Thaycr , is at the
tropolitan.
Congressman Crounse is stop
at the Metropolitan.
Samuel Aughey , of Lincoln ,
Geologist , is registered at the
tropolitan , accompanied by hisi
JS. C. Treat , Western travc
agent of the Michigan Central
Great Western railways , ariivei
town yesterday morning.
Dr. Miller , Ben Wood , J. C. Th
as , and W. L. Adams , composii. .
lappy quarcttchave ( returned f
their trip to Colorado.
Mr. G. D. Kughler , father of
D. and James Kughler , who
been visiting in Omaha , left
Salt Lake yesterday morning.
Samuel Bauserman , of the wb
sale grocery bouse of Whitn
Bauserman & Co. , left for the I
yesterday afternoon on business.
Judge Lambert Tree , of Chica
s at the Grand Central. He is
us way to the Pacific coast topp <
lis summer vacation.
J. II .Mountain , general tra >
ng agent for the Chicago & Nor
vestern railway , returned from Cage
ago yesterday morning.
Sir. Clark , proprietor ot an exti
ive coal mine at Scranton , Pei
ylvan'm , is at the Grand Centi
iccompanu d by bis family. Tl ;
rill go west to-day.
Frank Ilamge and wife left y
2rday over the C. B. & Q. fo
leasure tour through the East , :
jndinjr to visit Saratoga , Lo
( ranch , and New York City. Th
ill be absent three weeks.
Tlic following are tbe arrivals
ic Wyoming :
W M White , Hastings ; G W B ;
iolomcwPlattsmonth ; Bobt Bui
Igc , Paiis , III ; O II Wheelock ai
mily , Kearney Junction ; Wiiliu
tcvenson , do ; John Brand ai
mily , d. ; J R Gray and wife , S :
rauciseo : J Williams , Few Yor
' M Morgan , Adel , Iowa ; J
[ itchell , Minneapolis ; Sirs Terr
id two children , Decatur ; J
* ard , do ; Jesse Collins , Minneap
3 ; Thos Rasmusen , Cincinnati ;
r. Tucker , Marion , 111 ; F Dea
ouncil Bluffs ; H L Cooper , Chic
FOR TRADE 22 ACRES <
VND With GOOD IMPROVEMENT
luated in CANAAN TOWNSHI
'ayne Co- , Ohio ; will trade f
ty or county property. Apply
' . fl. INagle , care Max Meyer
> . augGtl.
! E CREAM ! ICE CREAM
H. L. LATEY'S is the place to j
r this very necessary coramodit ;
'
The Temperance Conventioi
LINCOLN , August 6,187
EDITOR BEE :
Nine o'clock this morning
the hour set for the assemblini
the Temperance Convention at
Opera House. At that hour we v
on hand , but the temperance pei
were not. Half an hour , howe
brought some ten op fifteen i
and women , and with J. A. P
banks in the chair , they procee
with the great work of organizii
party. In several days and hi
less time than that other illustr
convention took to declare this
tion free and independent , B ,
Slaughter reported the prohibit
ists' plan of salvation , and the i
party breathed the breath of
Then came
THE RESOLUTIONS
that was to be their war-cry , by
der Dnngan. They were in i
stance as follows : That neil
party is competent to benefit
temperance cause , because of dc
tive organization ; that as consc
tious men we can no longer sup ]
either party ; and that we favoi
cal option only when it means 1
prohibition. These resolutions \
agreed to without a dissenting v
Then Omaha's champion ai
and gave them a sound di
bing for not opposing these i
lutions , that they might
cuss them. He asked sev
questions that would surest th
selves to any one. AVbat are
here for ? Who is responsible
the fizzle ? I can not afford to sp
my money on such con edition :
tnis , and will not somebody
something ? Sheldon said it
not from lack of advertising ; he
everything that he could , and
not to blame. Slaughter he
some one would have said eno
to oppose these resolutions in
convention , ft WftS evident tha
bad an extemporaneous speeph c
mitted , and was only waitin )
burl It at fiomo unfortunate n
who should dlfler from him. 1
i man soon came in the person o
J. M. MILLER ,
soonerdid bo-It
of A&uianii , No
what had been done -beiijS ah
when the resolutions were ado ]
than he stepped to the front
pronounopd tjie adoption of tl
resojutjons a "set up jolf. " Ho
not think it took inucli skill for
or five men to WPP * before the
were through brertkrHst an ( } p
lot of resolutions when ttU
been agreed to before. Ho did
f vor the resolutions , nor did
tliiiik a majority of the tempers
people of 'the ' , State ypald end
them. H concluded with makli
motion to reconsider. Elder I
gan thought Miller very unjust ,
denjc/i / tlje charges in tote , and
clafed 'tiiat ho Wfts emphatic
opposed to the'motion. Jie to ) } ;
he could demonstrate tLe tmtl
each and pvcry proposition. Me ;
Hardy and Rev. Alexander agi
with Miller , and after much disi
sion tjifi motion prevailed.
They ncxj ; Jaunched into a dis
sion of tlic resolution dcplgr/ng 1
parties incompetent to benefit
temperance cause.
REV. GEO. S. ALEXANDER
then took an aotlvu part jn the
cussion. He denied that tbe
publican party was incompetent
redress tj > o wrongs of tbe peoplt
the future , as they had ( lone in
past ; he spoke at length to pr
his position on that point , and i
many good things for Republic !
It was with peoular satisfaction I
wo listened to Miller , Alexau
and Hardy pjmmpion so ably
cause of the
REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Dr. Scott , Rickets and others
gaged in the discussion of the r <
lution , but before disposing of it tl
adjourned for rest and dinner.
After dinner the discussion i
renev.'ed with much vigor , and i
tinallyadoptcd by a small majori
By this act they seveied all pa
ties , so of course , the second rest
tion , "that as conscientious n
they coultl no longer support a
party , " was carried by the sa
vote , being but a counterpart of i
other resolution.
Then came the
. LOCAL OPTION
proposition , which elicited fu
as warm a discussion as the forii
question. The resolution : "tl
we are opposed to local option , 01
as it means total probibitioi
Miller moved to strike the lat
clause , leaving it to counties. 1
same livision upon this as upon I
other questions , and after a tedit
discussion those favoring afiiiliati
with the Republican party were <
fcated airain.
To-night a heavy man ( aven
pois ) from Indiana , is addrcssi
quite an audience at tbe Opt
House.
After the convention closes
labors , will inform the BEE of
action , though its efforts arc virl
ally killed by the resolutions adoj
ed ; also of the leaders , &c. Sutti
it to say , it is nothing that w
divide the Republican vote.
GRIMES.
The Life Association of Americ
is the only company doing businc
in Nebraska whose policies are abs
'tttely non-forfeitable for non-pa
nent of premium.
H. A. BELLOWS ,
aug G-tG Manager.
SEE "McKclligon's card c
ccond page. june2-tf
SALOON for sale cheap. Inqnii
it BEI : ofilce. ju24-tf !
ATTENTION , KNIGHTS !
Meet for drill at the Castle Ha
o-morrow evening , at 8 o'clocl
harp. augO It
'alls of St. Anthony and Minnehahi
Last excursion of the season to th
eautiful fishing lakes of Minnesota
linnehaha Falls , Taylor's Fall'
liiieral Springs , the charming an
eautiful scenery of the St. Crof.
iver , and the thrilling passage c
10 Dalles , Lakes Superior am
ther summer resorts in Minnesota
ickets for the round trip , to SI
aul or Minneapolis , $10.50 Du
ith , $24.00 , good for 30 days , wll
tave
MONDAY , AUGUST 17,1S74 ,
om the Union Pacific depot , at
clock p. m. Tickets for sale b :
> mpany's agent , 225 Douglas St.
.cpubUcan building.
iig62weod GEO. W. GRATTON.
LACKAWANA COAL at lowes
larket price , by the IOWA COAJ
OMPAKY. Office 13th street , ( for
icrly Union Coal Company's ) . .
99 tf Gw > .
SHE WASN'T A MAN AT Al
A Girl Dresses in Male Alt ;
and Works in a Harvest
Field Two Weeks Be
fore Her Sex is
Discovered.
Col. J. C. Meyers , owning an
tensive farm about seven or ei
miles west of Omaha , employed *
eral harvest hands two or th
weeks ago , at $2.50 perday ei
Among the number thus enga
was a young , rather good-loot
and smooth-faced chap , who atti
ted some attention on account of
very symmetrical build. He wet
faithfully from morning till ni {
in the harvest field beneath the
sun , and fairly earned his mon
On Saturday last Colonel Mej
was considerably surpri
upon accidentally discovering t
the supposed young man was a
dressed hi male attire. He at o
accused her of being a female , ;
demanded her reason for thus
scxinght'rsclf. She acknowlcd
the fact , and explained that ow
to adverse circumstances , and
inability to obtain work at i
reasonable compensation while
tired as a girl , she had donned
garments of a man. and had tl
no diflicuty iu securing cmpl
mcnt at a remunerative price. T
was not her first appearance i
harvest field , nor was it the i
time that she had done the h
work of a man. Further than 1
she would not explain , refusing
give ! iur right name , her liome
any other facts concerning hen
Of course , under the eirci
stances , Col. Myers could not lor
continue her in his employment
the fiNpovery Jjqd Ijcpome knc
among the farm hands. He ace <
ingly discharged her in theklndl
manner , paying her in full for
labor she had done. Khe then
her employer good-bye , and t
her departure to seek work e
where.
Had she attended Trinity Chu
last Sunday pvguing , slie mi
havp jjeen benefitted jy thqtnprl
of Ir , Qarratt's ' sprnjon , wli
stronply condemned Uio praotioi
young people donning the costi
of the opposite sex , either for ami
or other objects. That h :
one that originated among
earliest heathen , who practiced i
their idolatrous orgies.
OUR NEBRASKA CITY LETT
* * * i * t
Furthei Information Concern
the Coal Bed Discovered by
Enterprising Omaha
CITY , Aug. 3 , ' 74
Since writing you last mouth
have been toOttoe pityscven an
from town , and visited the c ,
flehl so ably secured by your Or
gentlonPii , and should consider tl
> yitU thp ppospppt tlicrp shown , t
with a continuation of the cnl
priae w fi.r exhibited by Omaha
securing the control of the prope
fjnd developing of tLe field ; tl
this company has secured an
[ Irrcndcncc , and has rendered 3
bra ku fcafe for the future agai
Hie oxtortlonatp prices which
lias been heretofore paying for pc
I have carefully examined 1
jrouml and found coal in great abi
lance , and have also liac } an int
I'iexv with the State ( jeologlbt , w
lasmade a thorough examinati
> f tliis property , and who , I v
icre atop to say , js a gentlepian
; reat information and sound mid
itanding. He expresses his opini
hat this point is the centre of t
jreat coal basin between DesMoir
md Wyoming , and it has all t
mints to sustain lis ) opinion. T
Company here are only borjng i
he second .strata. They have be
\ ailing for the grading of the Jur
ion Kailroad to commence , apt
oad-bed will expose the coal the c
ire three mile" , at a depth varyji
rom lifteou to fifty foot in tin
; rrdng along the river ban
hereby uncovering and expc
ng to view thousands ef to
f coal and aiTonting a market wit
ut the expense of hauling. Tl
omjKtn.v intend to lay , or rath
2lay the old town site of Otoe Cit
liiuh hy the way is the oldest tote \ \
to in the State , which it is reasoi
ble to presume , that with tl
lean ? , railroad and excellent rivi
outage and landing , will at r
cry distant day , become a town i
ime importance , and , as we ma
iy , "a daughter of Omaha , " fc
will be through Omaha enterprh
tat it come into existence.
The company purpose commem
g shipping coal to St. Joe , Lin
In and Nebraska C ty in the nex
days. So much for Omaha.
Yours , J. W. D.
BEI T.KVUE GROVE , twelve mile
mi Omaha , on the line of the B
JL Jl. R. , and 100 yards from thi
pot , has been improved for pit tic ;
d private parties
15V M'AUSI VjfD & MARTIX ,
All engagements for the grovt
11 be made through
AXI > Y MCAUSLAND ,
iyTtf. 242 Douglas Street.
Fou SALE. A handsome fire
: > ofdwelling house safe. Cheaj
ca.h. May be seen by calling
the ofllcc of the Life Association
America. Aug. 3 , tf.
DYEING , cleaning anil repairing
tie in the neatest manner , at the
STEA3E DYE WORKS ,
h St.Let. Farnham and Douglas
r28t f.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
rnham street , corner llth street ,
nay 7-tf.
3K. POWELL , oCice 215 , Farn-
n street , fnne23-tf
( ew Style of silk hats just re-
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. Aavertlsements of To Let ,
Sale , Loct , Wants , Found , Boarding , AC. ,
be inserted in these columns once for
CENTS per line ; each subsequent inset
CEFIS per line. The hrst luse
never less than TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
rrUKEN UP By J. E. Lattiu , at Fox's ]
JL 6 miles west of Omaha , on tbe Mil
Itoad , 5 Texas cows ind 2 calves. Ownei
call at farm or address J. E. Lnttin , thi
Omaha P. O. aOJStw
ONEY TO LOAN On approved per
M security , also City and County War
bought and sold. Inquire nt Law Office i
W.T. Richards , No.JIM 13th St. , Omaha.
AugGdtf
A girl to do general house-
WANTED on west side of 16 , bet. ,
and Leaven worth. auc5
2 Girls at Central Hotel , ci
WANTED Leavenworth Sis. Good i
will be paid. CHARLES KELDMAN , Pr
augjd.it
OK HKNT A stable containing 1 stall
so u grainery and carriage house. I <
Ibthand Uonara Sis. .Inquire US9 llowai
augldCt
rpO LET Small house , cor. Capitnl A\
JL and 14th St. , one block from Post ( J
1' ssession , August 15th. Apply at Co
House , 3th St. aug3
A gill to do gcnerjl housev
WANTED at 401 Hurt St. , bet. 20 and
aug3dtf
LET House itli four rooms , near I
TO Depot. Possess ! n August 8th. API
Cozzens House , Oth Si , aug-J
IKON MOULDER WANTED
Nebraska City 1'oundry.
JOHN WALK ,
al 4t P. O. Box S
SALE At a Uargiin , a Hou e ind
FOU situated on Many St. Lot 8 , Rlocl
bet. 10 > hand Jlth fclrteu , inquire on picu
jjSldCt
Hy a } oun > imrned man , :
WANTED for himself and wife Adi
11 D , " live Oflice. jy31 <
SALE-Iuimrdiately , anJ at a C
FOR . The furniture In the I'hiljjp ]
House can be bought cheap , one-half cash ,
the other half on three to six months t
with good security. Lea e of tli3 house
set en months , at S-j per mouth. Forty-tr
fifty good cash boardeis. Ihe Propnetoi
other busineKS to attend tn imuiedutcly.
for that i easoit o tiers this splendid opportui
iv231f. C hCHAKNUOltt
FOP. RENT.
RENT.THE COTTAGE of 7 ROOM !
joining mjnice. .
ACUriAUK of 4 ROOMS , 1
Yart.
A COTTAGE of 5ROOMS , no
erjntes refiuirot.
A STORE U ITU LIVING J <
attached good location.
A HUILIUXU SUITAULi : F (
Srtlionamll ( ) illir.g.
Two r.oms ups'airs , on JacLso
FOU SALE.
SALE.Tour frame Buildings , with I
on ground
JAS. F. MORTON A'C
jy28U 4U1 Tenth &t
A girl to dogencral houses
WANTED at 11. Poireroy's , West eni
Mary's Aumue. AVagis S5 CO per week.
jul22tf.
RENT House on ISth n < arCassst
FOU ± itf. S. A. JAYLOK i (
A girl tp corV at Amu
Wi , bet. JU auj Iglh , Douglas st.
CT7ANTED IMMEDIATELY girl I
W house-work. Apply 831 iJavcn
street , between 17lhand 18th. jy
TOUE TO RENT 1S8 Douglas slrret.
qulra o ! WE1WKU A BEII
ulvmANTED
ANTED Day boarder' ' , at tie south
W cor. of 10th and Hartley sts. jei :
WW
AKTKD- . chcaj ) lunu in ex nar.gi
W luercliaudise. Address , 1'arnier.
, ap'JIt
/CHATTEL MOUTfiAHE SALE Where :
\J the fith ilay of October , Ib73 , J. A. llu
made and executed a certain Chat cl Mort
to I.ars Christensen , which was duly reco
in Hook N , of Mortgages in Douglas Count ;
secure the payment of the sum of two hum
and fifty ( S2oO ) dollars with interu.1 from
a.h day of April , 1874 , and there i < now du
said Note the sum of Two Hundred and S
tS2'0) dollars nt this dttc. Now therefoi
shall hy the authority vested in me by\i
ot said Chattel Mortgage , proceed to sell
property therein described at the store No
rarnham fctreet in Omaha , on Friday , An
21ft , 1874/at 3 o'clock n. m. , To-AVit : The s
of gentlemeiiB furnishing goods togotbtr i
ill the sheh Ing avl | Qxtures , and Lease hull
terest in tniJ ircmUcs.
Angust J , 1S74. " LARS CHRISIENSE :
lugl 10 20 1131 By James if. Morton , his Al
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of an order of sale issued out ot
Probate Court , for Douglas County Nehru
md to me directed , I will on the 17th daj
\iicust , A. D. , 1S74 , at 1 o'clock P. M. , of
lay , at the brick Store-room on Cass , near :
Street , lately occupied by Wm. E. McCon
I Hro. , in the City of Omaha , in said Com
.ell at auction , the property described in i
irder to-wit : A certain lot of Groceries , Cri
> ry ware. Showcases , Ac. , to satisfy a judgn
if said Court , recovered hy Clark , Parson
3o. , against the said Win. E. McConnell i ]
ALF11ED 1JUKLEY , Sheril
) mgha , Ang. C , 1874 djt
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hcrtby given that the co-partners
icretofors existing between William Dew ;
Villiam Ma pn under the firm name of Dei
lason , has this day been dissolved. Will :
) cw will continue t'he buoincss at tlic old st :
' .or. 15 , and Farnham St.
Lug. 5 , 1874. WILLIAM DEW
aug'dSt * _
TREITSCHKE & C0
GROCER
And G'eneinl Proyisiou Dealers ,
8. "WCor. . Jackson and 13th Eta- ,
Iccp a supfiipr stock of Groceries , Provisio
I'ines , Liquors and Cigars , and sell chea
linu any other house in Omaia. jyS 3i
O. F
71 C'or. Varuhnm and EIcvciilU S
.11 kinds ot TAILORING , rieanlng and
airine done nt reacooable ratt s. A fine lot
UKNIsIllNG GOODS constantly on ha
ad sold cheap. -lec2Ct
1OOCOO . & .CB.ES !
IOH TABUING LAND IN NEBRASKA
iOO HanscoinPlaceLoti
TOUSES AND LOTS jr. the city of Omal
H for salecheaoand on coed terms.
BOGGS < b IIII-I.
Ecal estate brotcrs.office over Mackey's stoi
i Dodce omxisite new i > nslolBrp-
. f - T O 3V 33
-MAr'FACTUKKP _ OV ASD DEALKR IX-
umbrt quins and TV-udow Skadci
HKOMOS , EXGRAYIN S AN
PICTURE FRAMES.
770 Farnhum trM't.rntnfr Fiftwnth
, PRR , MEAT MARKET
16th street bet California and Webster.
[ TE KEEP ON HAND THE I5ES
V supply of FRESH A > 'D SALTE
2A1S. Also a largo nock of Fine Sug :
red Haus and llreakfait Bacon , at the lov
rates. WM. AUST A KNUTH ,
ioTl4-ly Proprietors.
THE 03SIAHA
rEEKLYBEi
ACKNOWLEDGED BY EVERYBODY T (
be the
BFST PAPER
Published in Nebraska ,
Contains More Heading Malta
md Less Advertisements than
any Newspaper Published
in the West.
loracing a choice selection o ,
vsand miscellaneous matter witL
i Editorials on all important top-
; complete and reliable telegraph-
nd local market reports to the day
ssue , and a variety of StateEast-
andWesteni correspondence .that
ether makeup a newspaper sel-
a equalled and never surpassed
Ivery article coing into the coi
ns of the BEE is carefully scru-
! zed , and everything that can of-
i the most scrupulous , rejected.
roodWoodWood ! ! !
Immense Reduction !
C S. P. BP.IG S' YARD , CORNER OF
14th and Chi ago Streets. Good Hard
d87 00 ; Soft S5 00.Stote Wood to suft
AT OMAHA ,
MONDAY , AUG. 31,1874
ON JEFFERSON SQUARE.
WJ IT ! ! W.A.IT ! !
FOE THE BIG SHJ\Y \ ,
Apariii
/A ,
JAS. A. BAILEY & CO. , Proprietors
o-
A forffs Fair oil ftels !
Nothing Like It ! Ever Seer
in Nebraska !
COMPRISING UNDER
A CITYfOF TENTS !
A Grand Menagerie of f 00 Living
Animals ; A Museum of Rare Won-
dfrs ; an Aquarium of Deep Sea Am-
pbibui , and tlie
BEST CIRCUS TROUPE
On the American Continent , comprising Fifty Great Performers , appearing
in Two Separate and Distinct Rinps , under tbe same Tent , thui giving TWO
PERFORMANCES SIMULTANEOUSLY , introducing at each exbibition ,
tbe most wonderlul of all living performers.
M'LLE Re \NVILLE The Lady with the
Jans of Iron , who will appear in her wonderful
FeaS of Strength , aclnallv Lifting withTiah
Alone A HOGSHEAD FILLED WITH WATER
The collect ion of Li\ing Wild Animals atttch-
pd to the Inte-rnationnl , is by far the Largest and
Rarest ever seen in Nebraska , where the student
of Zoology ean Studj Natural History from Na
ture's Own liook.
Rcuieml > c * that the Grcit International is the
Largest fchow c\er in Omaha ; that it it the Only
Show that will \i-it this Section during August.
HAVING A MENAGERIE ,
A COMPLirTE' MUSEUM ,
A REAUTIFUL AQUARIUM ,
And a circus troupe-of such numerical strength
is to require
TWO SEPARATE AND DISTINCT RINGS ,
In order to introduce all tbq Great Arfis s at one exhibition. Don't compare
" " of tbe shows advertised
pare ot confound Tbe International yith any Pigmy
vertised in tins locality , for it soars as high above nuch as tbe Eagle does
above tbe hawk. It is an Institution of Wealth and Worth , traveling ex
clusively by its own conveyances , requiring to transport it over Seventy
Wagons , Cages , Vans , Chariots and Carriages drawn by nearly 400 Horses ,
and employing in its various departments , 3GG Men , Women and Children.
You have never looked upon its like before , so await the advent of tbe
cjreat unapproachable Internationrl , and save your money for something
worth seeing.
TWO MILES OF GLITTER
AND NOVELTY !
Mar be < = een in the Grand Free Street Paicant
early on the morning of Exhibition , introdu
cing" Lh ing Lions , Tigers , and Leopards , looys
in i he streets : Elephants and Camei ; Kniguti
and LTlii on Hnri , > elackj Drove of Shetland
Poti v ; I eng Line of Magnificent Animal Dens
anJ V it * , the whole headed by the
i Goto Car of
CONTAINING
Cte , KADFFMAH'S ' Centemal BaM
In Gorgeous Uniforms , the
( vorth Fifty miles of Travel
Remember the Name jOSTTHE
lou't confound it with any other Circus will not Exhibit i
( A , HNTIL MONDAY , AU& . 31,1874.
Factory.
&
Manufatturcrs o MILLINERY ,
ASD
_ adies' ' and Gents SKPllIXE , or
Nice Crnamenta for Itdies.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Yisclicr's Bloclt Omalia , Xcl ) .
516 Douglas St , ,
HOTEI S.
GRAND CENTRA !
NEBEASK
OMAHA , - - -
The lanrcst ami best hot between Chicai
ind San Francisco.
Opened new fc'eptcinbcr SOtli , 1S73.
s30 tf OCO. TI1KALL. Proprietor.
E. T. PAGE , Proprietor.
10th St. , bet. Farnham and Ilarne ;
OHUA , NEB.
Free liuss to and from all Trains.
Passengers for other Hole's or private Kes
dcnecs , carried for 25 cents.
B3J-A1I orders left at P. II. Allen's , 2.1 doc
from P. 0,0. Wilson A Son. cor. 15th an
II 'r'iey , and tlie City Hotel Ollico , will rrcch
. iy7 1m
I > touu > t attention.
United States Hotel ,
COlt. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STRKETS.
mHEUNDEIlblGKCD rrspcctfnlljannoun
JL ccs that he has purchased and refuted Ih
nbove Hottl , and is HOW ready to accommodat
the public , with board l.y dy or w < k , at rcas
onaWe rates. WILLIAM LEIIR , Prop.
jnlj--e ' 71 1 _
ILLINOIS HOUSE.
rctwtcn 9th st.d 10th.
C1IAKI.EM
niclililf
Central House
Eo. 630 Eixteealh Street ,
, OMAHA , NEB.
Opp. Jefferson Square
JOSEPH DOVE , Prop'r.
Jay and weet Board at reasonable rales.
Firsl-ela = bnr nttachtd to the house.
ic-8' Su _ _ _ _
California House.
FEITZ HAPHEE , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corner llth , Om ha ,
Nebraska Uoard by the day or week.
iunel.Tl
On 9'A , let. Farnlam and llarney Slreilt ,
been entirely rcfiittcd and relurnished ,
HAS will accommodate all tothel stof
board at IH , > per day ; -iOc. per single meal.
& S M HAEEYM ,
C , Y , , ,
jvISdly. Proprietors.
SontlierH ilotel ,
Frontlig on 4'h , 5A and 'Wabatjlzu
St. Louis , - Mo.
" & Co.
"Laveille , Warner ,
first-class in all its
The Southern Hotel u - _
. Its tables are at all times applied
ointments.
ap { abundance , with all the
In the greatest
plied and
delicacies the markets afford , Its clerts
and attentive to the
al ! polite
employes are
waits "ol the gucsti of the hotel , There is an
eleTa-or leading from the fint floor
Scupper Eaffroad and ttcamboat
o , one , stand. nd wesxerr flnlon
ickct offices news
Kotnnda ol hotel ,
tdcsrspli c ce la the
LIQUOI , WINES , ETC.
1 Do " K
i f w. o
cn f
o
r
S
I
>
* * * "
5 : 5
x
xP
CO
P. N. GLYNN
WHOLESALE AMD HETA1L DEALCB IN
Wines , Liquors , Segars ,
TODiC 0 AXD PIPES.
foriia Wines and Hr.iiidies. 5n
Corner of ID'li and Dodge streets OM > O3ilethe
new Posl OtGtu building , Oiu jlia. Nebic 5tf
The Sioux City ami Pacific Ilullroj.l ,
la ConDKtlon with tbe
SIOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
* Ci mile * ( he khoAeht route from Omaha
.ml Council Ilium , to St. Paul , llineaoolN ,
tillnatcr , AnoVa , Daluth , BItmarcL , and all
oints In Minnesota.
Train leaves Ontaha daily , ( eicept Saturday )
16 o.clock p. m. , and Council KiulTs at S.U5 ! > '
i.from Chicago A North-Western Depot.
'arc as LOW and 1 ime as QUICK as
by anj other Line.
'ULLffl ' PALACE SLEEPING CARS
OK ALL NIGHT TRAINS ,
Be sure your ticket reads VIA Sioux City.
lus avoiding circuitous routes and inidnlgut
ansfcrs.
Tickets can be purchase 1 at I he offices of the
bicago & Northwi stern Railway in Omaha
id Council Blu Bs.
J C. HOYDEN" ,
en'l Pass , iTicUt Agf St P.is. C. R. R.
&t. Paul , Minn.
F. C. HILL ,
en'l Pass , and Ticket Ajt. , S. C. 4 P. , Sioux
City , Iowa.
GEO. TV. GBATTON , Agent.
163 Fainham Street , Omaha , K b.
July 20 , U.
The Kibgof iLe-EEVTlXG XAtBfeE WOJ1D „ ne-inlLCLtlj- Ctld rents
Kealins ci Finance.
SALES EOK 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines !
" > t the Mircrltilty of tte Sil.lcr8 | , u lr
THE mm MANFG CO ,
W , N. NASON , Agent ,
O. 212 DOUGLAS STflEKT , OMAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
fc
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
, 3ST1EB. . .
STEELE & JOHNSON ,
OLESALE GROCERS !
SI31PSO.VS. BLOCK
538 and 54O Foiirteentli Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MOHGAN & GALJLAGER
-SUCt'hSSOns TO CKEIG1ITON AN"3 MORGAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
No. Wa Parnliam Street
WHITNEY , BATJSERMAET & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
STo. 247 Douglas Street ,
Cb27yl AHEATSrOK TH * . DUPO.NT POWDER CO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AXD DEALER& jy
tanned Goods , Dried 'Fruits ' , Green Fruits in Season ,
JC 1 .MtL-EliS SOLICITED . ' NI > VHOM1TLY FILLED.
A. . : EL s i IM : : p s o IN" ,
AND WHOLESALE-
--MANUFACTUKEn -
IN CIGAK
532 IB 'IFTIEIEJISrTIH : ST. ,
C , L.
- ,
288 Eodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep cons Jntly on hand tlie finest stoikol Broad Cloth. Csssin-ms rml Veflints
lich I am prepared to maie up in tic most fj hionab'e sij Its aud tg suit the most fastidious
tlic lowest fossit.o prices. jelOdlr
TABLISHfcU
PUKDT , MEYER & RAAPEE ,
-YHO.EiALE DEALH13 IN
&ROCEEI1
Teas , Spices , Tobacco and Cigars.
L2 FarnLam Street , - - Oinalia Neb
JOBBERS OF
RY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES and KOMOXS.
231 2Paraa.l3.ani Street ,
J. J. BROWN & BBO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
TAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS' !
-IT Notions. iiul Boots fliid Shoes.
JOHN T.
-JOBBER OF--
Ihelf s Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK,1
AND- i
> H FLEM ITTS ,
, IIAU\I--STIClt.S , RKAPKItS.MOAVKnS. UHiLLs . , hEiui-it
COttX-"CA.S1KItS. PLO\V , CUI/riVATOIlS , I1A.V-
AND WAGONS. mcbUy
: S Douglas Stt , Oznalia , Hebraska.
H NRY HOBNBERGEK.
DEALER IK
C
, KentuckyjWhiskies and Jmportpl. oods a Spcci
3MBS and
* " w 3 ? i5f ra iae rr cuitlrated , withiu t o year , from data of purchase.
DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYJIENT3.
lh of "latte , loup Fork and Elkhorn Valley
c M P. 'K. Co. Ul ei : Rl-onl 1.000.000 . . acn * of nplen long It 1 Kruln credit.
tat on
> ctVre < J'.rouulry , t lioai SI . ' 4 U. 87.00 lr
South of he Platte
* , numerous rit il
Sint < alareeboJ7oUheUatIan In the et 4nd < linNebrasaintersectedbT deTeloped , part of the Staie , zs alsa In $
. nafulllnfornatioa apply to
b mblican Valley. For circulais
SCIIALLER Agent B. & M. land Oilier
a. ,
. .
Corner of Ninth and Farnbnm Sts. Omaha
Or General Load Depulaeat , Llncoln , > V |