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    THE OMAHA BEI
WEDNESDAY , SEPT. 2 ,
OFFICIAL PAPEK OF TILE CTT1
THE OJIAHA. DAIO BEE
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part ol the city , every evening , ( Sundays ea
cepted , ) it filteen cent * pereekor f3. 5fc
six , montb * , and $7.00 per annum , when pal
jj advance.
All complaint * about Irregularities , addre M
this office irill recelre prompt attention.
THE OiiiHA IMILT BKB will be mailed 1
ubBcribers at the following rates , yableinvi
rUbly In ad ranee :
f 7.00 per ao lum.
8.75 " 6 .onths.
THE OMAHA UAJLT PEE has by far tt
itiBGEST circulation in the city , and 1
bereiore , the best and cheapest advertisix
medium.
RATES or ADVEETISISQ. Local notices , ' .
cent * per line : local advertisement * , :
oenti per line ; by the month , 10 cento. >
advertisement inserted lor lees than CO cent
Special notices , 10 cents per line ; single inse
HOD , not less than 25 cents.
Transient abi moments must Inra-lably 1
paid lOT In advance.
Batet for standing advertisement * by epec *
contract. -
AU Legal iotlacf , Statement * , Tabnli
Work , etc. , requiring careful revUlon by cop ;
or prool to be furnished , must be handed i
before ten o'clock A. M. to insure insertion U
same day.
/ pedal and Local aJvertlsemeiiU before t
Advertisements uetore one o'clock P. K
All advertisements for the WEEKLY BE
murt be handed in before Monday noon , for t !
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Express .2:50 P. M. J * ! > -J * J
Mail' 10:45 : P. J
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Mail * . 5:00 A. M.
Bundsyexcepted. 'Mondays eiceptei
This is th only line running Pullman HoU
Dining urs. _
D. W. HITCHCOCK , HABBYP DKCEL ,
Gso'l. Wt . Pats. Agt. Ticket Agent.
Chicago , I1L Omaha , N t
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Chicago A : Nortliwc t rn.
; A. 11. 10 : P. i
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Kan n Clt jSt. . Jo. Si. Council ItlnC
.Morning Krpress. . . SSO A. M. 10:00 : A. 1
Krenlng Express. . .2:50 P. M. 6 : P. 1
Omsvlia 6i Nortbweitern and SIou
Cltr & PaclUc.
lUUErprees . 8:15 A. 1L
Daily except Sundays.
Omnibnaes and Baggage Wagons leave U
fflce , corner Famham and Ninth streets , fi
een mtnutas la advance of the above Kallroa
Bepnbllcan County Convention.
A Republican County Convention for DoueU
County will be held at the Court House in tb
City of Omaha , on Tue-day , ihe Gth day ol O <
tober. A. B. 1S11 , at 2 o'cloct p. m. , for the pui
l > oieof pUclg in nomination Two Sen ton
md Sit Uepiesentatircs to the Legislature , an
one County Commissioner , to be voted for at tli
election to be helJ on October 13tn , 1874 , n
Jir the purpose of transacting BUI hot her busi
ness as comes properly before said Cun > entioi
Each Ward in tbe City of Omaha irill ' e CE
titled to seven Delegates , an 1 caih p > eclnctout
Id * ol said city , three (3) ( ) Delegates to said COL
Tendon.
I'riui ry elections for the purpose of choosln
sncb delegate" are hereby called for Saturday
the 3d day of October , the po'ls to bo open In th
city of Ouiaha , from 4 to 7 o'clock , p. m. , aud ii
the other pre incU , from G to 8 o'cloik , p. m.
> 'onc but well known HepubUcan voters wll
bcalloved to vote at bald Primary elections , am
In the city o ( Omaba , no person will beallowc <
to vote unless duly rpgtiitcrcd or identified ti
the satlsftction of the Judges of election us be
in ; n properly qualified Kepub Iran voter of th
IV'ard where hi ; ballot is ottered.
The folio vine are designated as places whcr
such nrjmiry clrrtlons wi 1 bo made.
' Hall.
1st Ward-At Turner's
J.A. ttar.i At the oid Douglas House.
3d Waid At Engine House.
4th Ward At ity Engineer's Office.
eth Ward-AtEd. DaUow's ou Chicago street
Gib Ward At Engine HOUK.
Union Precinct At Knight's School House
Valley Precinct At White's Store , Vallej
Station.
Florence Precinct At Florence School Hou
Chicago Precinct At fclkho'n Station House
Me rdle Precimt AtMcArdlo School Hous <
Hkhoru Prcclnct-At EILhorn Citr fcchoo
House.
fcaratoza Precinct At Sa-atngi School House ,
D .ugbis Precinct At Jol Orifflu'n Residence
West Omaha Precinct At O. B Selilcn's lie
Idence.
Mil ard Precinct . * t Millard's Station House
Jif order of the Douglas County Hepublican
Committee.
Committee.JOEL T. GRIP' IX , Chairman.
JOHN M. THUBSTON Secretarr.
01 lie DAILY BEK I- more
Iliaii donble tlint of any oilier dally
pR | rpabllslinl In JCrbraslca.
THE first FRESH BALTIMORE
OYSTERS of the season were re
ceived at PEYCKE'S RESTAUR
ANT to-day. febi'4-tf
OMAHA BREVITIES.
Billiard halls arc out of luck.
Two of them were closed in this
city Monday night.
An excursion train from Blair
brought one hundred people to the
circus Monday.
Justice Hale'a olUce has been
moved to Campbell's block , Thir
teenth street.
The Arions hayo decided note
to sing for the St. Joe Expositio
prize.
The conditioned pupils will b
examined at 9 A. M. Thursday , a
the High School.
John 9reeley , who was arrestec
on the suspicion of being a profes
sional burglar , has been examined
at the Police Court and discharged
The "Social Hours" picnic a
Hanscoin Park was not very largely
attended Monday eveningbut a verj
pleasant time was had by those who
vrore presen t. Hoffman's band fur
nished the music.
The Bailey Circus tent was so
crowded Monday night that several
hundred people were unable to gain
admittance. . The crowd last even
ing was without doubt the largest
that ever attended a circus in this
city. The performance was fair.
All the base ball plaj'ers of the
city are requested to meet this
evening at Brown & Thurston's of
fice , for the purpose of making up a
picked fliuc to play at the State
IFair.
The citizens of Lincoln were
given a rare musical treat last night
"by the Catholic Cathedral choir and
the Omaba City Baud. The concert
A
cert is intended as a complimentary C
io Father Curtis.
st
_ The Jiethodists who withdrew la
from u'w First iL E- Church , have laS
purchased Ci'e Second M. E. Church
building from Ifc v. Moses F. Shinn. S
The building will be moved down tlPI
town and called the Central M. E- PI
Church.
A hunting party , consisting of
John McCormlck and wife Miss
-\Voodie McCormick , Dr. Peabody 1C
and wife , Mrs. King , Miss Jones , 1CPi
Mrs. Greenough , Mrs. J. H. Wilbur , Pi
Dr. Coflman , Mr. E. G. Dixon , and inCi
3tr. E. B. Chandler , left yesterday Ci
aernoon for the Elkhorn. They
camped I51 nISht at Ds -
alee'a , an 2f tura home to-day
'
witla game * , sel
The new sidewalk in front c
the CatholicCathedKil block , KInll
streer , is a big improvement.
Judge Porter will act as Polic
Judge during Judge Wilbur's at
sence at the State Convention.
The new big fire alarm bel
and the new flues for Engine No. i
have arrive I. The bell will be pu
up at the end of this week , an
Engine No. 3 will go out of servic
to-morrow till repaired.
Bailey the circus man , says thn
the crowd that visited the circus Mo :
day night was the largest he ever B&\
at any of his entertainments. Th
ticket office had to be closed Ion ;
before the entertainment began.am
even then hundreds were unable t
obtain admittance.
A stranger , German by birth
complained to the police yeiterda ;
that he had been robbed of $12
Mondaynight by a sneak thief. It a
pears that he visited n friend livln ,
on St. Mary's avenue , and that th
thief reached into the open windo\
of his bedroom and picked the pock
ets of his pantaloons.
A woman , Just as she was en
tering the circus tent , exclaimec
"I've lost my shawl , " but thiukin
more of the pleasure of seeing ih
elephant than she did of her shawl
proceeded into the tent. Marsha
Snowden afterwards found th
shawl , and it is now in his posse :
sion awaiting the owner.
A Mrs , Hibbard , living near th
Barracks , entertained Ju4ge Porte
yesterday with a most pitifi
tale of woe. It appears that a ma !
named Sullivan is in the habit c
using towards her the "most abuse
fullest language , " as Mrs. H. es
pressed it , and of firing his rovoh'e
at her. He shot at her four time
Sunday evening , yet she lives.
H.H.Bellowsforinprly theagen
of the Life Association of America
was arrested Monday evening on th
charge of embezzlement , on com
plaint of A. K. Fasset , the agen
who was sent here to investigate hi
affairs. His examination was se
for 2 o'clock P. M. , Thursday , at thi
Police Court The insurance agent
of Omaha seem to be out of lucl
lately , and are having a heap o
trouble in one way or another.
The St. Louis Democrat says
"A convention of three-card mont (
dealers has been called , to meet ai
Omaha on the 15th of September
to take measured to protect them'
selves and their industry against th <
aggressions of the odious railroad
monopolies. Canada Bill will pre
side , and a large attendance Is ex
pected. The noses of Omaha will
receive a fresh coat ot paint for the
occasion. "
They have on exhibition at the
wholesale grocery house of Morgan
& Gallagher , a curiosity in the shape
of a "grasshopper" bill. A gentle
man while in Furnas county , during
the grasshopper plague , lost a five
dollar bill out of his pocket , and re
tracing his steps'to look for it , he
found it covered with grasshoppers ,
who nad eaten about fifty holes
through it , making it look like a
perforated chair bottom. They in
tend to frame it aud bang U up in
their store.
A party of two gentlemen and
two ladies , while on their way to
HanscomPark Monday evening , met
with an accident opposite Mr. Pom-
eroy's residence on St Mary's ave
nue. They were driving along the
road back of the High School , and
on arriving near the junction with
St Mary's avenue , they happened
to get out of the road , and drive
over ttie six foot embankment , The
Lorses fell upon their knees , and the
carriage turned bottomslde up ,
2atching the ladles prisoners be
neath it. Fortunately , and strange
to say , the horses did not run away ,
ind the ladies were rescued without
laving been in the least injuied , al-
houg they were considerably fright-
ned. The gentlemenwho also esca-
) ed unhurt , righted the carriage ,
vhlch was damaged but slightly ,
ind the p.irty proceeded to the Park ,
vhere they joined in the dance
hat was in progress.
A Bow at tne Circng.
About 9 o'clock Monday evening ,
ic foreman of a gang of circus men ,
ho were taking down some outside
! nts , knocked one of the employes
inseless. Policemen Byrne and
hristopherson , who were on the
ound , attempted to arrest the
uiser , when his gang resisted ,
id prepared to draw knifes on the
ilcers , intimating that they were
iverned by the circus laws , aud
me others. Citizens came to the
sistance of the policemen , who
( ally managed to take and bring i
e muscular foreman before Judge ]
ilbur , who fined him ? 5.00 and 1
sts.
sts.s
\s so n as the officers had left
th their prisoner , the mob threat1
? d to clean out Thomas Riley , L
iO , they said , had been too ofli-
us in rendering aid to tbe ofil-
s. "All right , " said 'ihomas
ey , "pitch in , if you wish ; but
icmbcr I'm sheriff of this connf. .
' They let him alone after that
bi
uwa Coal , $7.00 per ton , delivertr
by Perry & Yeomans , General j fa
; nts , Eclipse Coal and Mining
Des Moines , office 403 13th te
et , between Farnham and Doug- p <
streets. sept 1 1m. ril
re
-NTOINE UUVAL'S Dancing (
eel will commence on Saturday , | or
12th of September , at 2 o'clock , orPi
. Pisa
wisely. septl-lt
sa
' W. J. CuaSEN , AUCTIONEER.
Fifteenth and Dodge streets , th
ale Thursday , September 3d , at th
i'clock , A.M. re ;
no set Silver Mounted Ale on
onwl
ips , with piping attached , and wl
oed order ; also on * lot of No.l. rei
fornia Blankets , JJedstead , da ,
shstand , etc. an
W. J. CCSSEN. Th
Auctioneer. tic
t
It. bol
ALL ABOARD FOR LINCOLN
Departure of the Delegates foi
the Republican State
Convention.
The train for JLincoln yesterday
consisted of three passenger coaches
crowded to their utmost capacity hi
delegates to the State Republicai
Convention , politicians , and looker
on.
on.The
The majority of the delegate :
went down yesterday , and the re
mainder will co to-day.
Among the prominent men 01
board the train , we noticed Con-
gresman Crounse ; ex-Governoi
Alvin Saunders , who is said to b <
fishing for Congress agains
Crouuse ; Hon. J. H. Millard
Hon. E. Eosewater , Hon. Ed. Par
ker , of Lone Tree ; C. F. Goodman
C. H. Dewey , M. G. McKoon , J
H. Lacey , Pat O'Hawes , E. K
Valentine , of West point ; M. B
Hoxie , of Schuyler ; Joseph Fox
of Grand Island ; J. L. Webster ,
W. J. Connell , Col. E. F. Smythe ,
Judge Wilbur , Judge Briggs , W. F
Sweezy , J. M. Thurston , Joel T.
Griffin , and a host of others from
this city and all over the State.
The Douglas county delegates to
the State Convention are composed
of the various trades aud profes
sions and occupations :
One editor and proprietor of a
newspaper ; one railroad tickel
agent ; two lawyers ; one "natural"
politician ; one druggist ; one-postal
clerk ; six farmers ; one life insur
ance agent ; one firp insurance agcptj
one mechanic ; five merchants.
The interests of the dead arc
represented by the Probate Judge.
The living interests of the wicked
represented by the Police Judge
The Omaha City Band and the
Catholic Cathedral choir , who gave
a concert at Lincoln , were also on
board the train.
Wen. W. P. Carian , U. S. A. , is
at the Grand Central.
Col. S. D. Sturgis , of the 7th
cavalry , is at the Grand Central.
Harry Deuel returned from 1111-
, nois yesterday , accompanied by hU
family ,
J. W. Morse , general western
agent of the Chicago , Burlington &
Quincy railway , went to Chicago
yesterday.
Eugene Thomas , one of the Grand
Central Hotel clerics , arrived home
from Mobile yesterdayaccompanied
by his family.
C. A. Wetmore , the Washington
correspondent of the Alia and
other California papers , went west
yesterday morning.
General Freight Agent Vining ,
of the Union Pacific , arrived from
the East yesterday , and loft on the
11:30 train for Colorado , where his
family are visiting.
P. W. Hitchcock , W. B. Strong ,
E. C. Brown , $ IS. Fayreweather ,
T. J. Potter , N. Beckwith , C. E.
Perkins , Billy Irving , A. E. Touza-
lin , and .Charley Byrne , officials of
the C. B. & Q. and B. & M. in Ne-
brflskaj were in the city yesterday
morning ,
Mr. James Campbell , a well
known railroad man , formerly di
vision superintendent of the Central
Pacific ot Ogden , went west yester
day to take charge of a new road in
Nevada , recently built by the Cen
tral Pacific.
The following are the arrivals at
the Metropolitan Hotel :
Thomas S Heck , Miss Ellen
B Thompson , Miss Wallace , Blair ;
John Clayton , Douglas County ; G
T Kendall , Harvard County ; S P
Mobley , Grand Island ; James E Al-
Daugh , North Platte ; L Waters ,
IVru Letcher , H W Munyan , Lone
Tree , Neb ; M A Preston , GV Wil-
lon , Blair , Neb ; T A McGeath ,
2rete ; Frank Castellar , Blair ; M B
tlurphy , Alex Schlegel , Piatts-
uouth ; Mortimer Saxton , H W
) lark , Avoca ; V Lengfeld , St Lou
is ; C H Pierce , North Platte ; Gee
Janner , Tekamah ; Gee C Bing ,
; hlcago ; J B. Bruce , Creighton ,
eb ; Jas Woods , Philadelphia ; S
' Burtch , La Platte ; A R Kenned ,
) EBeadJo , Pnpillion ; CM Straight
nd lady , Plattsmoutb ; Joseph Fox ,
Frand Island ; B M Wilsey , Blair ;
8 Berry and lady , Anamosa , la ;
7 R Towne , Creston Iowa ; A S
alley , ChicaRD.
The followinc are the arrivals at
IQ Wyoming :
FM Kauflmann , City ; J Mul-
illand , G W Inskup , Chicago ; O
rest , Plattsmouth ; J B Blackman ,
; H B Baker , A Watson , fean
anciico ; S Read , St Joe ; P Mal-
, Ohio ; C C Cawles , Nebraska
ty ; J W Williams , do ; R B Call ,
C KIdder Richmond , 111 ; M T
erry , La Porte , Neb ; Wm Stan
d ; West Point ; T A Bayon ,
well , Neb ; W M Patterson :
> arne3' : D N Smith , Burlington ;
5 Lantree and family , Blair ; J
Sraves , P Sales , A R Cottrell ,
nlap , Iowa ; F J Crawford , ElkC (
01VJ
Interesting suits. VJct
I number of three-card monte ct
ctS4
n have instituted a series of S4
S4w
ts against the Union Pacific rail- w
d company , for damages sus- cu
icd , as they allege , in having fn
n ejected from the company's
ns after offering to pay their co
! . In the answers thus far filed , au
company aver that for the pro-
ion of passengers and the pro-
conduct of its business , as car- Fa
3 of passengers , it had made ]
ilations prohibiting gambling
its cars aud station grounds ,
that in the cases at issue
utiffs had habitually violated the
regulations , and enticed emi- $3 *
tts and passengers to gamble , to ye ;
great annoyance and damage to
company's business , and for that
an were denied passage. In
case , that of John G. Wiggins , _
0
\V i *
claims $25,000 damages , demur-
ras filed at Salt Lake , the other
that the excuse of the company's
rer makes no defence in law.
result of these suits will be an-
atcd with considerable interest , *
here and elsewhere. sect
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
SATURDAY , August 29,1874.
The board met pursuant to ad
journuient.
Preset t CommissionersMcArdle
Knight and Redfield.
The minutes of the last meetinj
were read and approved.
Dr. McClelland , county physician
reported 16 paupers remaining ii
the poor house.
The following resolution wa
adopted :
Jiesolved , That a new precinct , I
be called Millard precinct , be forme <
out of the southeast portion of Chicago
cage precinct and the southwest par
of McArdle precinct , the boundarie
of which shall be as follows : Com
menchig at the southwest corner o
section 9 , township 14 , range 11
east , thence north four miles , thenci
east five miles , thence south threi
miles , and thence east two miles t <
place of beginning.
The official bond of Phillip Mehr
ling as constable for Omaha , pre
cinct No. a , was read and approved
The County Clerk was directed t <
advertise for proposals for builclin ;
a board fence along Dr Lowe' ;
land. Bids to be received up to <
o'clock p m , on Saturday next.
The following accounts were al
lowed :
G N Crawford , witness fees
assigned 8 8 (
J P Peck , president of the
Douglas county agricultu
ral society , appropriation
made by law 469 3 (
Philip .Liang , shoes for pris
oners 22 0 (
A Burley , taking Stevens to
Lincoln
J Rcsenstein , Tales' jurors
assigned 4 0 (
B Reed & Co , Tales' jurors
assigned 2 OC
A. Hottenroth , post mortem 10 0 (
S. D. Moroer , post mortem 10 OC
J. B. Detwller , coroner's jury 2 0 (
G. S. Guild , * : " 2 0 (
J. H. Bracken , " " 2 OC
Tim Kelly , " " 2 OC
A. T , Rogers , work poor farm 35 OC
Anna S. Stover , " " 20 OC
P. N. Deerson , rep. poor houseSG 72
Gentleman & Fearon , goods 22 8C
H. W. Cremer & Co. goods 10 G
G. N. Crawford , work on road 31 5C
Isaac S. Hascall , on gradinfi 175 OC
Phil Cassady , work.
Adjourned to Saturday Septem-
her 5th , 1874.
Meeting of the Republican Conntj Cen
tral Committee.
The Republican County Commit
tee met at 2 p. M. Monday , at the
office of the Probate Judge. JN early
all the members were present. Joel
T. Griffin in the chair , and J. M.
Thurston , Secretary.
A Republican Convention was
called to nominate Senators and
Representatives for Tuesday , Octo
ber 6th , 1874 , just one week before
the election
The following judges of primary
election were appointed :
1st Ward John Rath and Wm.
Doll.
2d Ward Thos Swolje , J S
Turkes.
3d Ward A Boehme and Enoch
Henny.
4th Ward W M Francis and H
M Marshall.
5th Ward G B Heuck and Chas
Wilkins.
Gth Ward. John Baumer jjnd E ,
E French.
It was resolved unanimously that
lone but known Republicans , those
egistered or properly vouched for ,
ihould be allowed to vote at the pri-
narjcs.
The following were elected to
epresent Douglas county | n the
district Convention for members of
he Legislature , and given power to
ast whatever yote Douglas county
hould be entitled to therein :
lalcolm Mclntosh , I. S. Hascall ,
1. H. Quimby , Lewis Br wn , D. S.
'armalee ' , J , B , . Fijray ; J. K ,
mitb , J. H. Rolff , O. B. Selden ,
The convention then adjourned.
A Charitable Railroad Act.
The following generous order , by
eneral Superintendent Clark , ex-
lains itself ;
OMAHA , August 31.
In consideration of the uupreco-
211 ted drouth and the damage done
ops by grasshoppers in various lo-
ilitles In the vicinity of the Union
aci lie railroad , in Nebraska , we feel
our duty to make the following
oposition , viz : This company
ill transport free of charge , over
, e necessary portions of its road ,
I donations of provisions and
am made to relieve the absolute
ants of those ( if such there are )
ho may require said assistance ,
e would sugget that ' the vijrjous
unties on the line'of the readopt
opt some system of action which
II Insure the needed relief and pre-
nt imposition.
Iii this direction our hearty co-op-
ition will be given.
8. H. H. CLARK ,
Gen'l Supt. U. P. R'y.
\NOTHER fine five-year-old mare
II be sold at Cusseu's auction
ims , Thursday , Sept. 3d , 1874.
eptl-lt
WANTED.
L second cook at Peycke's Res-
rant. Good wages will be paid ,
ug 19 tf.
FOK SALE OR RENT ,
'wo ' story brick dwelling bouse ,
taining nine rooms , in first-rate 3
jr , bavins been recently reno-
} d. The house was formerly oc-
ied by P. Her and family. Rent ,
per month. Good cisterns and
I. The house and premises oc-
Y A full city lot unincumbercd ,
i Harney street to the alloy.
1 sell for § 9,000. Apply at nw
ier Ninth and Harney streets.
13-tf MRS. JESSE LOWE.
dian Curiosities at .No. 170
iham street , corner llth street.-
ny 7-tf.
TO THR PUBLIC.
o have reliable information that
3owe machines advertised lor
iave heen used from ONE to four
3. aug31-3t o
sevi
will
CAUT10X.
D will not be responsible in any En
for machines sold by OK
igh Levan & Co. , or any of his
ts.
ts.THE
THE HOWE MACHINE Co. ,
t Per T. J ) . OLIN , Manager.
AlcKelllgon's card end
Ing !
d page. juue2-tf rewl
FOB SALE CHEAP.
One Full Cabinet Wheeler an
"Wilson Sewirg Machine , with al
the latest improvements. Itisnew-
has never been run. Inquire at th
BEE office. aug7-tf
First Ward BegiitraUon Notice.
Notice is hereby given to the vo
tersof the Firsi Ward in the city o
Omaha , State ot Nebraska , that th
undersigned , the Kegistrar of sail
ward , will sit for registration of th
voters of said ward at his office , Nc
163 Farnham street , on the 7th , 8tl
and 9th days of September , 1874
from 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m. , am
from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
JOHNEATH ,
aug 28tf _ _ Registrar.
ICE OREAM ! ICE CREAM !
H. L. LATEY'S ts the place to &
for this very necessary commodity
je23tf. _ _ _ _
ATTENTION.
Those who are seeking for novel
ties in FALL CLOTHINO and GEN
TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS o
all descriptions , should call and ex
amine the new stock juat received
by
F. L. RUF ,
augUStf
DYEING , cleaning and repairnif
done in the neatest manner , at th <
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
10th St.bet. Farnham and Douglas
apr28t f.
notice a party advertising
Howe Machines C. O. D. for 550.00
We have reliable information thai
those machines are not new ANI
HAVE BEEN USED. We have i
number of machines that have beer
used , and we are prepared to scl
them at GREATLY reduced prices ,
and will WARRANT all we sell.
THE HOWE MACHINE Co.
auplOeodlOt 480 13th Streer.
GEO. 11. I'ETERSON , tnepiouee
cigar manufacturer , keeps con
stantly on hand the very besl
brands of cigars , and also TiOne
Jack , Fruits and Flowers , and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas street.
mayCeodlv
TYPE FOR SALE I
A Font of Bourgeois Type , of
which ths ; is a sample , weighing 600
Ibs. Tins type has been in use on
the Daily BEE less than one year ,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms &e. , address
E. R03EWATER ,
in f. Publiaber of the Bee.
HALL
will re-openon Tuesday the 1st of
September. For catalogues apply to
Mrs. P. C. HALL ,
nu.pl5-tosBpU Principal.
II. faUKBK. C. J. KABBA.II
IUUEDE & KIBBACIT ,
ISth st. between Farnham .and srney s'i
NEB.
OMAHA , - -
" ' * " *
Spring'and Farm Wagons ,
BVGGIBS AM > CAUR1/LGES.
Dealers In and manufacturers of
1GRICDLTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
Jl T ENTION PAID TO
PABTICULAB .
" * 3-Repairinz of wagon and hkcksmlthlng
> romptl y done at reasonable orices mrdAwg
Established 1858.
lARRIASB MANUFACTORY
588 & 510 Fourteenth Street ,
) tflce np BUirs. ) Omaha , Nebraska. Carriage'
id Buggies on Hand or made to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
H. apr28-tt
IARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! !
J. O. SLATTER
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
jrrocenes.
ick Store , 8. F , Oor. 16ft & Chicago Ets. ,
WILL REMOVE SEPTEMBR 1st , to
.COBS' Now Brick Block , cor. , ISthand Cap-
1 Avenue.
Special Bargains ar * now offered In groceries
tore removal. auglOdtf.
EDWARD KUEHL. I ]
IGISTEXi OF THE DEPARTED.
. 49810th St. , between Farnham & Harney.
7111 by the aid of guardian spirit ; , obtain I j
any one * view of tne past , present and fu- f
e. No fen charged in cases of sickness.
api3tf
SPENCER'S
rnit ana Confectionary
> r. 13th and LcaTemrorth Ste. , I t
I3m AT THE BRIDGE
0"OB
Minting
B Bee Job Printing House -r
EXECUTES ALL KINDS OP
St
BOOK AXD JOB PBIXTIXG I i
3BY BEST STYLES
'ASD ATjTIIB
any
lowest Cash Prices.
To I
Iof
19ei
ei
eiTl
petent workmen are In iharge of the
J departments , and FIBST-CLASS work ers (
: turned out in either era
toll
ken
sent
lish , Germair , Bohemian , sent lii.e
tion
r Danish Languages.
b > en
City
the i
Inlers may be left at the
OBI or forwarded by u , Date
prompt attention.
SPECIAIj 1JOTICES.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Let , F (
Sale , Loct , Wants , Fuund , Boarding , AC. , vi
be Inserted in these columns once for TE
* ° . ch i
FIVE CEFfS line.
per The first insertio
nerer leisthaa TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
WANTED A servant , also a nurse , to tal
care tf an invalid. Inquire at 235 F.-ri
namSt- septldCt
WANTED-A girl to tate care of a bab ]
and make herself geneially useful. It
quire at this office. Septld2t
LOST. STI'AYED.OR STOLEN-Two hors ,
one black and one bay , from Haroey St
bet. 19th and 20th , on last Sundiy. Aug. SOU
1874. Any information leading to their recoi
cry or their return to A. P. Qwarnstron wi
be liberally rewarded. septldSt *
- carpenters and builders , thj
_ L > bids will bo received for building a schoc
house iu School IJIstrict No. 40. Union Precinc
Township 16 , Itnnge 11 , Douglas Co. Neb. , b
Justus Steimrt till the 12th day of Sept. , at
o'clock r. M , 1874 , Plaus and unifications ca
be seen at Steinert's.
TERMS Cash , one-half when the frame is u
ami the rest when house is finished. UOIUKI i
to be finished Nov. 1,1874.
JUSfUdbTEINERT.Directoi
[ Dated this 31st day of Aug , ' 74.J d sepl 345
WANTED At once , a small house withii
trn or fifteen minutes walk of depot. Ad
dress " H , " BKE Office. augSldSt *
URNISHED ROOMS-To rent , with o
witnout board , at JIUS. DELAWARE'S
ts. w. Cor. llth and Harney. aug31d6t *
FR RENT House with 11 rooms. No 23
Capital Avenue.
" "gmtl S. W2I01IT.
_
M ONEY TO LOAN-181 Farnham Street
a2li6t Dll. EDWARDS.
_
W' ANTED Two girls ; one as uurso. thi
other ai cook. Apiily to Oi O. W
HuMAN , Jr. , Nineteenth and Chicago streets.
rjTo THE PUBLIC The undersigned ha ;
J _ opened an office lor employment of mail
aud female help fur stores , offices , hotels
I rivate families , Ac. All in want of the 6auae
or wanting employment , p. ease tall on us
lOTTRILL 4 > . , Exchange ana Employ
ment iiu-eau , 531 15th street , opposite Pos
Office. aug2fi 61 *
WANTED Any one wanting to sell 01
exchange any kind of business , housi
lots , lands or merchandise , call on us. We
bave chautes entirely lu our own hands , aflbrd
ingtnebtSiinveitmtntl.r capital both smal
and cte.tt. COTFRILL A CO. , Exchange atii
Collecting Burtau , 631 13th street , oppositi
Post Office.
WANTED A girl to do general bousewori
at 418 Davenport St. aug-25dtf
FOR RENT Two front rooms , opposiie new
Post office aug2jdtf
WANTED To do house work. DR
GIRL
ISAAC tDWARDS , 181 Farnbara St.
augZldtl
TTTANTED-By a lady , a situation ns house-
TT keep.r or nurse , best of references. Ad
dress , Mre L. 31. C. , Post office. augV4Jt ]
HOUSES TO RENT-In the central portion ol
the city. Enquire of ALF. D. JONEs ,
S. E. Cor. Douglas aud I5th Sts. aug dtf
FOR SALI550 acres ot land two milfs Irom
Wlsner , on the O. N. W. P. . U , in Cuming
Co. , Nebraska , at S.J.50 perairein cash , or hall
down and balance in one year at ten tertent.
Apply at "Oreat Western Land Agency. " 130
and 13.2 Farnham Street , Ouiaha. auglTdtf
THE PUBLIC The umlersignca has
TO purcl aicd and put upon the streets as
pub ic conveyances , some of the fiueatcanlages
ever manufactured in this country. They will
be run to and from tbe depots , hotels and pri
vate resideLces. Ail orders left at'tha Metropol
itan Hotel , 01 at the stable , near S. E. cor. ol
Eleventh st. and Capitol aye , will bo promptly
attended to. A share of the public patronage
is respectfully solicited.
auglldU WJI. E .BULL.
riOR RENT Brick Stoic corner Chicago and
_ C Sixteenth streets The best location in tin ,
city , having been occupied for the lust seven
years as a gro& > rv.
ausTdtf S. WRIGHT.
MUsIO Mrs. A. Polack , for many years a
succes'ful teacher of music iu the best
Female f nstitutes of Kentucky , wjjl receive pu
pils in that braqch at her residence , 2o3 Howard
St.fll \ commence teaching , Sept. augTdtf
MONEY TO LOAN On approved personal
security , also City and Couuty Warrants
bought and iolJ. Inquire at Law Office of T.
W. I , Richards , No. 48013th Si. , Omaha.
AugGdtf
TT7ANTED A girl to do general housework.
V T Inquire at 401 Hurt fet. , bet. 20 aud 21.
augSdtl
TORE TO RENT 198 Douglas street. Inquire -
quire of WEBBER & EEIJ11 ,
WAiiT JWBay boarders , at the
cor. of 10th and Harney sti. ie29tl
WANTtD A cneap mriu in excnange for
merchandise. Address , Farmer. BE
ifflce.
ar.
GENERAL AUCTIONEER ,
Cor , 16th and Dodge Ms ,
Prompt nt'cntion given to sales of household
urniturti , s ore goads , hora's , cattle , etc. . either
t store or owner's residence , lical Estate at
ublic or private sale. aug31dtf
TO
fflTAIL CASH PURCHASERS
For Sewing Machines.
In order to make room for our new stylei , we
ive put In PERFECT order all of our old
oct , including second-band , anil offer them at
UEATLEY REDUCED prices , for CASH.
BEAR IN MIND
fERY " HOWE " BOUGHT OF US and
r AUTHORIZED canvassers is VARHAKT-
) , and INSTRUCTION glren , as WE have a
2PUTATION TO SUSTAIN. Experience
jves a machine WITHOUT Instruction is
ORSE than NONE at all.
JAUTION. We know of largo iota of worth-
i machines bought at low figures , that are be-
: palmed off on the public for nearly as good
lew. Persons that do not want to run the
c of being swindled should NEVER btiyo
JESPONSIBLE puarties , as they have NO
utation AT STAKE , as have old established
i panic ; .
THE HOWE MACHINE CO. ,
iSlOdlm 4SO 13th Street
gents Wanted !
eran show active men how to make money
selling the best household articles , Magic
Ha Threaders , Carbonized Steel Glass Cut-
Carbonized Steel Knife Sharpecer , Magic
ir Shifter , Ac.
IHICAGO NOVELTY GO , ,
H , CANDRIAN ,
Manager ,
OFFICE 519 TQIRTEENTH ST. , <
idtf OMAHA , NEC- ha
Grx-o , t "XATostoxna.
SIt
T of Cnrnwgs aad Twaaty-second streets
id finest lager baer con-
atly on hand.
i-Cm CUAS. WEYMULLER. Prop t i
and
oed ! Wood ! Wood ! Stil
Immense Reduction ! poll
*
S. P. BRIO S'YARU. CORNER OF T
4th and Chi ago Streets. Good Ilard :
S7 00 ; Soft S * ( W. Stove Wood to suit at6
umber of stove vert cheap. aplgtf
LbUAL , MOllCl. Fai
i owners of tbe lands sought by the City
maha to be condemned for the eztention of
street in said City , south from its pres-
termlnus. PDJ
undersigned three disinterested freehoM-
; be Clt f of Onuha , appointed by the May- PDJBe
Council of said Oity to asnas the dam KB
uwners of ti.e pro rty sought to be tar -
r the eztecsion uf 10th street in said City * Be
Toui its pr sent terminus , at the north thus
lands owned by George Francis Train , tram
0 C stellar Street In South Omaha ad < ll- Tii
nch ezteotlon 10 be 100 fet in width , Chic
1 the 5th day of September , A. D. 1S74 , and i
n the said lands to be appropriated , at
ick In tbe forenoon , tor tbe purpose < I Gen'
ig said damages It having faetetofore St
eclared nece s ry by the Council of said
r ordinance , to appropriate said lands to Gen'
> of stld City. Cit
JOSIAH KENT.
H. O JENKINSON.
P. Mc-GAVOCK.
t Omaha , Anitust llth , 1871.
d2tprw t septa ] Jol
LIQUORS , WINES , ETC.
P. N. GLYNNS
WIIOLKSALK AND KKliU MUJUH IX
Wines , I iquors , iegars ,
TOBtC 0 AND PIPES.
OS-California Wines and Brandie8.-
Corner of la'b and Dodge streets opposite th (
new Post Omce building. Omaha , Nebie25tl
Bavarian Beer Hall !
193 Douglas St ,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Finest brands of all classes of Liquors and
aeears Fresh Lager const * ntly on hand.
4c25-3m CHAS. HART Prop.
3S5 < AT JL ET Z > : aa I
DEALER IN
Fruits , Confectionery ,
CIO ASS AND TOBACCO.
215 Douglas , bet. llth and 1 Street.
OM All A , . . . NEBRASKA.
HOTELS.
GRAND CEJSITRA.L
TBLOT JS3j.
OMAHA , - - - HEBRA8ZA
The largest and best hot between Chicago
ind San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th , 1873.
sSO tf GEO. THKALL. Proprietor.
CITY HOTEL ,
13. T. PAGE , Proprietor.
10th St. , bet. Farnham and Harney ,
OM\H \ , NEB.
Free Stut la and from ail Trains.
Passengers for other Hole's or private Resi
dences , carriud for 23 couts.
OS- All orders left at P. H. Allen's , 2d door
from 1 * . 0 , C. Wilson i Son , cor. 13th and
llnney , and the City Hotel Office , will receive
[ iiuuiot attention. ] y7 1m
United States Hotel ,
COU. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
TUfE UNDERSIGNED respectfully announ-
tea that he has purehxied and rofiitad the
! , xnd U now ready to accommodate
he public , with board by day or we-k , at reas
iBifile ratei. WILLIAM LEUE , Prop
julv'22 ' 7-1 1
[ LLINOLS HOUSE.
JSroot
Between Sth ; acdolOth.
CII ARL.ES FKUJEIUIAN , Prop.
mctjlltt
California House.
FBITZ HAFNER , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corn r llth , Omaha ,
ebraska. Board by the day or .week ,
tune 1. vl
Central House
No. 630 Sixteenth Street ,
pp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEPH DOTE , Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable ratei.
First-class bar attached to the home.
1e27 Sm
SOUSE.
On 5th , let. FarnTiam and Harney Streets ,
J AS been entirely refiittcd at d refurnished.
1. and will accommoilate all to the best of
ard at $1,50 per day ; 40c per single meal.
C , V , & S , M , HABRim
ySSdly. Propr etors.
Southern Motel.
Fronting on 4th , 6th tad Walnut it * , ,
t. Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
Tie Southern Hotel it first-class In all Its
ointments. Its tables are at all times sup-
id In the greatest abundance , with all trie
Icaclcs the markets afford , Its clerrs and
iloyes are all polite and attentive to the
its of th < - guests of the hotel. There is an
iroved eleva or leading from the 9nt floor
the upper one , Railroad and steamboat
it offices , news stand , and wesxerr Union
graph ota.-e In the Kotumla of hotel.
'WILLIAM LATEY ,
ir. 16Lh audWebster ; Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ol
ROCEiUES and
PKOYISIOXS.
WILLIAM SEXAUEB.
r .ni1iam Street , - - Onalaj'.ireb
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALEB IK
RNITDRE , BEDDING , ETC ,
ENOCH HENNEY ,
Til
istice of the Peace
ice over tno State Bank , cornerof Farn.
Hid 13th rpet .
he Sioux City and Pacific KallroaJ ,
IE Coantctloa with the
IUX CITY < L ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
mile * the shortest "ronte from Omaha
; onncll Bluffs to St. Paul , Mineapolin ,
atcr , Anoka , Dnlnth , Bismarck , and all
i In Minnesota.
n leaves Omaha daily , ( eicep Saturday )
cioek p. ra. , and Council Blufli at 8:05 p *
im Chicago & North-Western Depot.
as LOW and lime as QUICK as
Thi
by any other Line. purcl credl
M PALACE SLEEPING CABS
I ALL NIGHT TRAINS , Noi
ire your ticket reads VIA Sionz City ,
oidiDg circuitous routes and midnlgnt
TheB
n.
its can be rurchase-1 at the offices of the wel
> Jt Northwistern Railway in Omaha
incll Bluffs.
J C. BOYDEN ,
> ajj. 4 Ticket Agf St P. A S. C. E. E.
iul , Minn. Th C
F. a HILL , and a I
'ass. ' and Ticket Agt , S. C. 4 P. , Sioux amoui
Iowa.
QEO. W. CBATTONTAgaat. C.
1S3 Farnham Street , Om h , N b.
tO.it ,
TheKingof thcSEWIXG WOI.LD , s m < I3ineitlr , s Gold ref ns
llcaltns ci Finance.
SALES .FOR 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines
J g g ? * * ' * * " * * * * " *
ly be denied -pen such evidence that tbe koperioriiy of Ite Singer is Inlly
THE SINGER MANF'G ' CO ,
"W. N. NASON , Agent ,
Je SO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS , SI
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEFXE & JOHNSON ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
: BI.OCK
538 and 54O Fourteenth. Street ,
BET. DOUG-LAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
-SUCCl&OBS TO CREIGUTON &S3 MOEOAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
No. SiOj ; Faniliam Street
aprSdly
WHITNEY , B ATTSERMAN & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
No. 247 Douglas Street ,
- - USTIEJIB
mch27yl AGENTS FOR Tin DUPOXT POWDER CO.
CLARK & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
AND DEALERS IN
Canned Goods , Dried Fruits , Green Fruits in Season ,
> el .MtijERS SOLICITED / AD PROMPTLY FILLED.
: EL s i IM : 3 ? s o
AND WHOLESALE-
DEALER IN CIGARS.
532 IE 'IIFTIEIEilsrTIH : ST. ,
O. L. A. SI.ATTE ,
288 Dodge Street-2d BoorEasfbf 1(3 ( th Street. '
? ? * con 'if"enrTiand the finest stock of Broad Cloth , Cassiniercs and Vesting
Pa < e " 'D tt" mtt fasLIonabe ) st'les a ° a ° 8ul * " > est biUdlou
STABUSIlfcU
1SS
PUNDT , METER & RAAPKE ,
-VVHOLESALE DEALERS IN
7ANCY GROCERIES ,
Teas , Spices , Tobacco and Cigars.
12 = Farnham. Street. Omalm. Nel )
mchl odvl
JOBBERS OF
RY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnbam Street ,
J. J. BBOWJN & BBO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS Df
FAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
IT Motions , and Boots ana Shoes. .
JOHN T.
JOBBER OF
helf i Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK , ' .
AND
IGHICJtTLT'O'B.AZi
KSHKRS * . IIAnVKSTEnStRKAl'KHS.MOVER8. DHILLs.
COHNl.AA1EK PLOW.H , ClJtriVATOKS , HAyT
B Douglas Stif
HENRY HORNBERGER.
DEALER IN
PINES. , CMRS ,
etoc-ttoo.
OIdJ entackjiJWliIskies and Import < vI.Yfood * a Special I y.
Tl
'MES ' and
: arliuiton nd Missouri P > er Pailroad Co. , oSsri best lanfsaflow prices on 10 year
16 pe.cenx. interest , aid wlihabonus premium of 20pereenL on the amount of the
.
e , U half the land it cultivated , within two years from dau of purchase.
LAKGE DEDUCIONS FOB CASH PAYMENTS.
h of ? Iatte , J-oup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
M. R. K. Co. will seU about 1.000,000 . acres of splenlll zrailnj , ' and grlcutar l.l n
ratered country , t Irom Jl-ff to 87.00 per crr on lun { crwllt
South of he Platte
ii tnr ownes i Urge body of the best land in Nebraska , Intersected by nnmeroai
iut to iurailroii n'l ' ta thUr 8U ial best develop * ! part of tha State , u ale
publican Vllay. ForclrcuUrsanifalllnfornation apply to
\ . SCHALLtB , Agent B. & M. Land Office ,
Cornerof Ninth and Farnham Sis. , Omaba
Or General Load Department , Llacoln , Ke ,