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THE OMAHA BEE
FRIDAY , SEPT. 4 , 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITI.
THE OMAUA DAltT BEE
Is f erred to robscnbers by carrier , to any
" .All complaints abont irregularities , addre ed
thl office will receive prompt attention.
Tm OMAHA IUJI.T BKK will be mailed to
* abacribers t the following rates , a/able InTa-
rlably In advance :
1 7.00 per an cum.
8.75 " 6. onthl.
TBK OMAHA. UAILT Bss has by Jar the
LABQEST circulation In the city. nd i
herefore , th * best and cheapest advertising
OF ADVJEBTISINO. Local notices , 23
esntt per line ; local advertisements , 20
cent * per line ; by the month , 10 cents. > o
idvertisement inserted for less Unn 50 cents.
Special notices , 10 cents per line ; single Inser
tion , not lees than 25 cents.
Transient abi Ttivsments must invariably be
' "tales tor standing advertisements by sped * !
ega 2 > otlce3 , Statements , Tabular
Work , etc. , requiring carelul revision by copy
of prool to be furnished , must be banded in
before ten o'clock A. x. to insure insertion the
* * peciaTand Local advertisement * before two
oc.o' . .
Advertisement * leforu one o'clock p. K.
Ali advertinemenU for the WEEKLY BBK
mail be handed in before Monday noon , lor the
nmfl wwk > Ivor _
0yelling and Closing oi Jiuiis in
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Chlcsno and all Eastern cities , Nebraska
, Council Bluflaand Burllng-
StriSu'ls and St. Joseph , due t 1WQ ) m
. . and 4:30 : a. m.
and 7 p. m. ; closes at 1:45 p.
Bepnbllcaa Comity Convention
A Republican County Convention for Donjjbs
County will be held at the Court "ou'elnthe
City of Omaha , on Tuesday. the 6th day ot Oc
tober. A. P 1671 , at 2 o'clock p. m. , for tbepur-
In nomination Two Sen torn ,
2nd Sir fccpreientatives to the Lcgi Tature. and
CommUsloner , to be roted for at tie
election one County be held on October 13th , 1871 , and
fir the purpose of transacting such other busi-
PMS as comes properly before said Con nUon
Each Ward in the City of Omaha will cn-
tiUed to neren Delegates , and carli precinotout-
ol aaid cjty , thlee (3) ( ) Delegates to said Con-
. Teprinury elections for the purpose of choosing
such delegate * we hereby called for SaturaJ-i
lie 3d day of October , th pois : to be op n In the
cltr of Omaha , from 4 to 7 o'clock , p. m. , and In
tb * other pre incts , from 6 to 8 o'clock , p. a.
None but well known Republican voters will
be allowed to rote at wild Primary ejections , and
In the dtT of Omsbg , no person will be allowed
to vote unlets duly watered cr identified to
the satisf ctlon of the Judges of election as be-
Jne a properly qualified Uepub Icgn voter of the
Ward where his ballot is ofcred.
The foUo wing are designated as places wntre
such primary elections wi 1 be made.
1st Ward-At Turner's Hall.
2d Ward Attho old Douglas House.
3d Ward At Engine House.
4th Ward At < ity Engineer's Office.
flth Ward-AtEd. Dallow's on Chicago street.
tb Ward At Engine Houte.
Unloa Treclnct-At Knight's School House.
Valley Pjeclnct At White' * Store , Valley
8fFlo rence Precinct At Florence School House
Chicago Precinct At tlkhorn Station House.
Mcirile Prednct-AtMoArdle School House
Elkhorn Preclnct-At ElkLorn Cltv School
Saratoia Precinct At Saralogt School House.
D..ngls . Precinct-At Joel Griffiu's Residence
' st Omaha Precinct-At 0. B Selden's Reo-
JIUard Precinct At Millard's Station House
.By order of the Douglas County. Republican
JQEL T _ GBIFFKr ( chairman.
JOHN M. THi'ltSTON Secretary.
I > A'11ON 01 he DAILY BBK U more
( ban double tbat of any oilier daily
paiterpnbllsbed In Kcbraska.
Ninety cents per can is the price
of fresh Baltimore oysters which
arrive daily by express at Peyoke's
The conditioned pupils were ex-
nrnined at the High School yester
The Union Pacific train from
the west yesterday , was ten hours
Fires are comfortahle. TLe
cold weather has caused many
stoves to be put up.
The ladies of St. Marks' Church
gave a sociable last evening at
the residence of Mr. Clark , 209
Deputy Sheriff Dave Burley
yesterday arrested ono John Ro
gers , who had an old indictment for
'grand larceny hanging over him.
The High School Debating So
ciety will meet this evening
to elect officers and transact other
The Union.Pacilic Shops are
running iiino hours instead of ten
hours per day now , which accounts
for the blowing of the whistle at 5
p. m. )
The now 3,000 pound fire alarm
bell was hauled up to engine house >
Ko. 3 , this morning. It is a beauty
nnd will stir the boys up upon the
occasion of a fire.
The Milo and Eesolute base ball
clubs have consolidated under the
name of "The Reckless Club. "
They propose to clean out the Stale ,
and then go for the Bluffs boys for H
Attention is directed to the call
published in this paper , for a mass logi
meeting at the Court House this gi"i
evening to make immediate
arrangements to aid the sufferers in
the grasshopper-stricken regions of of
A gentleman who attended the
State Convention at Lincoln , gathered
ered eighty bedbugs , strung them on
a thread , and hung them in front of ho
the mirror in his room , just as a bu
gentle hint that the hotel was a little
The headquarters of the 23d Infantry
fantry , Col Jeff" Davis , command Str
ing , have been established at Oma- cri ]
haBarrack" . Four companies and
the band of the regiment arrived ne :
here yesterday from the West , cas
in charge-of IiieuL Col. Dodge. Str
George Patterson , who was so jail I
lonffconaected with the Union Coal thii
and Mining Company of this city , hit
has gone into business for himself
At 220 Douglas street Ho has hosts
of friends in this city , aud ho will Tin
without doubt rapidly build up a Hoi
handsome business. and 1
A girl named Clara Harris and
her fellow kicked up a row at Mrs. Car
Barber's on Tenth street , last night , Far
breaking in the door and windows. EC >
A-warrant was issued for the girl's ECN
arrest , butshe skipped over to Coun N
cil Bluffs before the officer could just
catch bcr. sc
A buffalo hunt created a great
deal of amusing excitement on the
bottoms yesterday. One of the
buffaloes of a car load consigned to
the Philadelphia Zoological Gardens
escaped , and it took two hours
before he was recaptured by the
crowd who had gathered for that
Wednesday afternoon about half-
past three o'clock , the only son of
Mr.H. K. Smith met with a sudden
and horrible death , by being hooked
by a cow , which tossed him In the
air , goring him in the stomach fa
tally. Ho lived but a few minutes
afterwards. He was playing in an
alley in thevicinity of the cow , which
was very cross , owing to the fact that
she was guarding her young calf.
The deceased was about five years
Robert Harris , General Super
intendent of the C. B. & Q. railway ,
writes to Hon. J. 8. Morton , Presi
dent of the State Board of Agricul
ture , as follows : "We will carry
passengers to the Nebraski State
Fair at half rates , or full fare for the
round trip from stations on the B.
& M. road as far east as Burlington. "
This liberal action should be fol
lowed by all other railroads running
into this city.
The following officers were
elected by Engine Company No. 3 ,
Wednesday evening : Form'n.Cbaa.
Simpson ; 1st Assistant , CfcSchlank ;
2d Assistant , Frank Wilson ; Presi
dent , Col. E. B. Willis ; Secretary ,
( election deferred one mouth ) ;
Treasurer , S. N. Meh'o ; Trustees , E.
C. McShane , Julius Able , and Wm.
Long. After the election the fire
men and Invited guests adjourned
toPeycke's restaurant , and sat down
to an elegant supper , bpeech mak-
ng and singing followed , and a good
time generally was had.
On Saturday afternoon P. Mc-
Gavock rt'lll trot "Mollie Mack , "
formerly -'Iowa Girl , " against the
Council Bluffi horse , "Rutland
Boy , " three-quarter mile hea'ts , best
2 In 5 , for $100 a side , and $50 be
sides , added to the purse by Mr.
Nevlus , the proprietor of the Park.
Phero will also be a running race
between Dennis Cunningham's
t'Lady Clare , " and Ed. Wesson's
"Lady Gray , ' , half mile Ueats , best
2 In 8 , for $100 a side , and $50 be
sides , added by Mr. Novlus. Also
a running race for a purse of $100 ,
free for all , half mile heats , 2 in 3 ;
$00 to the first horse , § 30 to the second
end , and $10 to the third. En
trance , $5. Entries will close at L.
C , Richards' , Friday , at 8 p. m.
Major Bogqe , the well known
clerk of the Metropolitan , while in
Chicago , stopped at the Palmer
House. He speaks in the most
glowing terms of this famous hotel ,
and as he Is ono of tfop host hpte }
men In the West he can be rejied
upon. The Palmer House , ho says ,
is the best conducted hotel in the
country , in every respect in the
office , la < ho dininc 1 > U ; end
in the sleeping apartments ,
It Is a fire-proof struc
ture , a model of architecture ,
aud in the interior its appearance is
more like tbat of a royal palace than
of a hotel. The terms are as'reason-
ableas thosoofany other house in
the city , and they have adopted the
system of graded prices according to
the location of the rooms. Ho ad
vises all persons from ( be West vis
iting Chicago to patronize the
Palmer , where they will receive ev-
erj' attention and bo made perfectly
S. C. .Abbott & Co. , who have
the work for sale , have laid upon
our table a copy of John B. Bach-
elder's "Popular Resorts , and How
to Reach Them. " 'ibis work fills a
place in illustrated literature here
tofore unoccupied. While it gives
clearly the information required by
tbe tourist , it also forms a beautiful
table book , valuable either as a sou
venir of travel , or a descriptive
work on popular localities. The
iargo demand last year proved most
fully tbat such a publication was re
quired and appreciated by the trav
eling public ; the knowledge of this
fact has determined the author to
make this a utandard work , and is-
lueit annually , each year adding to
the illustrated descriptions It Is a
nest carefully prepared book of 102
ages. elegantly bound In cloth , gilt
ides , profusely illustrated , and
rinted on fine calendered paper , in
he clearest typo.
Parker , the man who was im-
irisoned for thirty days , for having
oped a man againsf'red and black , "
ut which c'.iargo he claims to be
mocent of , has been released from
lil , his sentence having expired ,
[ e stopped us on thestreetyesterday
lorning , and requested that \ve
take a brief statement to the fol-
iwing effect : That ho never was
jilty of inducing a man to play
red and black ; " that when he was
ought into the police court , he was
wut to plead guilty to the charge
gambling , but he "did not do so ,
iting on the advice of Gen , Strick-
nd. When he was sentenced , he 11
ys Strickland told him that he
Duld get bim'released inside of an
iur for S25. He paid the money ,
t went to jail , and saw nothing of
rickland till several days followto i
j , when he sent for him , and dc-
mded the reason of the delay ,
icklaud told him that the trans- L.
pt of the case had not been filed , in
that when it was , probably the of
st day , he would attend to his foi
ic. Parker has seen nothing of foiTl
icklaud since , but remained in in ]
and served out his sentence. He tcx
uks he has been a much injured tcxi i
VIXDOW SHADES t TRIMMINGS.
ited shade cloth , white linen ter
Hands , band shades , store shades On
cords and tassels to match. un <
Joirx B. DETWILKR , wa
pet Store , 14th street , between vet
iiham and Douglas. 163 t
OBBY STYLES In Hats and Caps froi
received at BUNCH'S ,
pt3-2t 255 Douglas St
H..A. Towne , of St. Paul , is at
the Grand Central.
Isaac Coe , of Nebraska City , is at
Henry Webber , the well known
boot aud shoe man , has returned
from the east
Charles W. Mead , superintendent
of the Northern Pacific , is at the
Grand Central , accompanied by his
S. L. Holman , who went east
some time ago , has returned to
Omaha , with the Intention of re
maining. He thinks there Is no
place like Omaha.
Mrs. Roberts , wife of Captain
Roberts , olerk of the Wyoming Ho
tel , left Wednesday for a visit to her
mother in New Jersey. She will be
absent two or three months.
Mr. A. Polaok , the well known
clothing and gents' furnishin
goods dealer , returned Wednesday
from the East , where he has been
for the last month , engaged in pur
chasing a heavy stock of fall and
The following are the arrivals a
the Metropolitan Hotel :
E L Clemens and lady , Red Oak
M L Jackson.Dexter ; O W Bowles
California ; N J Shark , A 1C Min
ton , Omaha ; M L Higgins , Fre
mont ; Samuel Faucett , Columbus
P Hanneberry , San Francisco ; M :
aud Mrs Samuel S Fales , Pr vi
dence , Rho te Island ; H L Bean
Oawego , N. Y. ; Jas S Charles , city
WH Price , jr , Davenport , Iowa
U H Sibley , Chicago ; Seth Mabry
The following are the arrivals a
the Wyoming :
H Jj Cooper , Chicago ; S Read , S
Joe ; Mrs Edmonds , Chicago ; D
Howard , P Howard , Rock Lick ,
Ky ; R C Huson , Chicago ; W L
Richardson , Chas E Eads , J B
Lyon , John W Leudrum , M J
Boark , Granville , Ky ; B H Robin
son and wife , Tekamah ; Henry &
Rier , St Louis ; C A Lanbacb
Steubenville , O ; W H Scott , New
York ; John Smith Plattsmouth
Harry Gilmore , Grand Island ;
DReioeand family , Warrensburg
D W Seet , J R' Vioqui , H Kidder
St Louis , Ben Goodman , Lincoln
John S McLove , Wyoming ; Mrs
T A Murphy , Alda ; T J Gorman
To all whom these presents shall
come greeting :
WHEREAS , It has come to iny
knowledge jnform prescribed bylaw
in such cases made and provided
heretofore , to-wit : That on the 25th
day of August , A. D. 1874 , in the
county of Douglas , in this State , a
murder was committed by some un-
knowp person , upon the body of one
Tobjas Mitchell , ' ( colored ) , and that
the said person unknown hus fled
Therefore , I , Robert W. Furnas ,
Governorof the State of Nebraska ,
by "virtue of the authority in me
vestedj and in pursuance of the stat
ute in such cass inatle and provided ,
do hereby issue a'p'roblaniation , and
offer a reward of two hundred ( $200) )
dollars for the arrest , apprehension
and conviction of the said person
unknown , and his delivery to the
sberjff ; or jailor of said county of
Douglas. In jvitness whereof I
have 'hereunto set 'py ) hand and
caused to be affixed the great seal of
Done at Lincoln , this first day
[ L. S. ] September , A. D. 1874.
ROBERT W. FURNAS ,
By the Governor !
JOHN J. QoaPER ,
Secrttary of State ,
Hew Coal Firm.
Geo. Patterson & Co. , 226 Douglas
street , have now In stock and are
still receiving all sizes of the finest
Lackawanna Anthracite coal , which
they offer , carefully screened and
delivered , at less than Chicago
prices , freight added.
A full stock of Iowa and Blosshurg
coals also on hand.
The Mr. Patterson of this firm
has long been connected with the
Unjon C. & M. Co. in this city , and
trusts to see in his new Jopatfon , his
old friends and as many new ones
as may wish to fortify themselves
against the cold. 6ept3-lt
You can always find the largesl
and best assortment of c
MAI'S AND RUGS
at JOHN B. DET\VIIER'S ,
14th street , between Farnham and
Douglas streets. s3 atfwlt.
W. J CUSSEN , general auctioneer
ind real estate agent , southeast cor-
icr of 10th and Dodge street , Oma-
ta , Neb. All kinds of personal
iroperty and real estate bought and
old on commission. Prompt re-
urns when goods are sold , and mod-
rate commissions. Consignments B (
Bspcetfully solicited. sepStl
If you want the last thing out in
ic hat line , go to
s3 2t BUNCE'S.
Eljiott & Pratt are now prepared
contract for winter coal , at 518
hirteenth street. s3 It
PRATT & ELIJOTT , agent * , for E
Hedstrom & Co. , of Chicago , are
daily receipt of Anthracite coal
the best quality , which is offered ]
r sale at the lowest market rates , doi
present is the time for contract-
g for winter supply. 518 Thir- lOt :
snth street , Church Block. ap ,
Fint Ward Begiitration Sotice. .
Notice Is hereby given to the vo- Ag
s of the First. Ward In the city of
oaha , State ot Nebraska , that the
the of said
dersigned , Registrar las
.rd , will sit for registration of the
ters of said ward at his office , No.
Farnham street , on the 7th. 8th A
i 9th days of September , 1874 , tauiai
m 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m. , and ai
m 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Ii [
JOHN RATH , Far
ug23tf Registrar. ' m
( Communicated. )
EDITOR BEE :
As there seems to be some misap
prehension concerning the practice
of medicine in this city , that the
public may know the rules and reg
ulations governing the "regular
practitioners , " at a recent meeting
of the Omaha Medical Society , the
following sections of the by-laws of
the Society were directed to be pub
Sec. IV. No person holding any
patent or part thereof , for medicines
or secret remedies for diseases , or
who shall by publication in news
papers or otherwise , announce his
pretentious to superior qualifications
In any particular disease or diseases ,
or who shall resort to public adver
tisement or printed cards , or hand
bills inviting the attention of indi
viduals afflicted with particular dis
eases , or publicly offer advice or
medicine to the poor gratis , or at
tend persons or families gratuitously
in order to secure their influence or
the business of the house they keep ,
or to attend gratuitously public in
stitutions , not charitable , or promise
radical cures , or publish cases or op
erations in the daily prints , or suffer
such publications to be made , or in
vite non-professional men to be pre
sent at operations , or boast of cures
or remedies or adduce certificates of
skill and success , or perform any
othei similar acts , shall be eligible
to membership or hold a seat in this
Sec VI. The code of ethics of the
American Medical Association
shall be the recognized ethics of
Sec. VII. The members of this
Society shall not consult with any
practitioner of medicine who bus
resided in this ( Douglas ) county six
mouths and who is not a member of
this Society. Nor shall they in any
case consult with irregular prac
Sec. VIII. Any member violat
ing sections four , six or seven , upon
proper evidence , after notification
for six mouths , ho shall have his
name dropped from the rolls of the
Society and shall be considered as
expelled and be subjected to all th
pains and penalties of expulsion ,
M. T , ANDERSON , M. D. ,
Aid for tn urasiaoppir Snfftreri.
Tha following call for a public
meeting has been issued :
To the Good People of Omaha :
Whereas , it is well known that ,
by reason of the grasshopper ? and
drought destroying the crops In
Howard , Taylor , Valley , and other
counties in Northwestern Nebraska ,
and child'-en , have been rendered
entirely destitute and are in a starv
ing condition , those who are able
are leaving their homes , and unless
they are relieved in some way , the
State will losp many gop $ citizens.
The above statement is fully con
firmed by General Ord and Major
Brown , who have just returned from
there , and by Captain Force , who
resides in that vicinity. We , the
undersigned , deem it no more than
right that the people of this city and
Viclnjty should be ' called together
for the purpose of'taking some action
in their behalf.
To that end wo , the undersign cd ,
call a meeting of the citizens inclu
ding the ladles , who are especially
invited , to meet at the district court
house on Friday evening , Septem
ber 4th , at 7 p. m.
JOHN I. REDJCK ,
JOHN T. EDOAH ,
O. P. HURFORD ,
EZRA. MILLARD ,
MILDER & JUplIABPSON ,
TninuNE PKINTISQ Co. ,
An many others.
Mayor Chase has sent us the fol
lowing for publication :
I am in possession of facts which
warrant me In saying that immedi
ate and abundant rplfef must be ren
dered 'to our destitute" neighbors
whose means of subsistence have
been destroyed by the grasshoppers ,
and therefore J most earnestly second
end the above call , well knowing
that the people of Omaha only need
the opportunity and they will give
most liberally.C. .
C. 8. CHASE , Mayor.
WALL PAPER for sale very cheap
it JOHN B. DETWILER'S
Darppt Storp , J-Jth street between
Faniham and Douglas.
FOU SALE OR RENT.
Two story brick dwelling house ,
tontuining nine rooms , in first-rate
irder , having been recently reno- 1
rated. The house was formerly oc-
upjed by P. Her and family. R.ent ,
45 per month. Good cisterns and
cell. The house and premises oc-
upy a full city lot unencumbered ,
rom Harney street to the alley.
Vill sell for § 9,000. Apply at nw
orner Ninth and Harney streets.
ugl3-tf MRS. JESSE LOWE.
A LARGE STOCK
OF LADIES ,
BOY'S , TI
AND CHILDREN'S ' ,
DOTS AND SHOES AT Low PRICES
r HENRY DOHLE & CO'S.
Those who are seeking for novel
's in FALL CLOTHING and GEN-
jEMBN's FURNISHING GOODS of
descriptions , should call and ex-
line the new stock just received
F. L. RUF ,
DYEING , cleaning ana repairing
ne in the neatest manner , at the
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
h St.bet Farnham and Douglas ,
.own Coal , $7.00 per ton , deliver-
by Perry t'Yeomans , , General
ents , Eclipse Coal and Mining eevei Coi
, Des Moines , office 508 13th will !
er , between Farnham and Doug-
streets. - sept 11m. En ,
L second cook at Peycke's Res-
rant , Good wages will b paid ,
idian Curiosities at No. 170 Fas
nhamstreet , corner llth street.
lay 7-tt ' Ml
Third Ward Begiitration Notice.
Notice is liereby given to the
voters of the third ward in the city
of Omaha , State of Nebraska , that
the undersigned , the Eegistrar of
said ward , will sit for registration
of tha voters of said ward at his
office , No. 509J , Thirteenth street ,
In Campbell Block , between Poug-
las and Farnham streets , in said
city of Omaha , oa 7th , 8th , 9th and
10th days of September , 1874 , from
from 0 o'clock a. m. to 11 a m. , and
from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
LTJOIAX F. HALE ,
20 SHOEMAKERS ,
at HENUY DOIILE'S.
GEO. H. PETERSON , tnepionee
cigar manufacturer , keeps con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars , and also " " one
Jack , Fruits and Flowers , and
"Durham" - Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas street ,
TYPE FOR HALE !
A Font of Bourgeois Type , of
which th'8 is a airaple , weighing COO
Ibs. This type baa been iu use on
tbe Daily BEE less than one year ,
and ia nearly as good as new.
For terma &c. , address
E. KOSEWATKU ,
ui f. Publisher of the Uee.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Ono Full Cabinet Wheeler and (
Wilson Sowirg Machine , with all
the latest improvements. It is new
has never been run. Inquire at the
BEE office. aujj7-tf
B2TSEH AlcKellison-s card on
second pago. june2-tf
To I he owners ol the lands sought by theCl'
of Omaha to be condemned for the extentiou o
10th stieet , in said City , south from its prea
The undereigned three disinterested frpcho'd
crs of the Citv of OniAha , apiwinteu by the Maj
or and Council of said olty toastvssthedam K
to the owners of tl'C property sought to be ta
ken fir Ihe extension uf 10th street in raid C ity
south from its pr sent terminus , at the nori
line of lar.ds owned by George Francis Train
south to C. . stellar Strcot in S.uth Omaha ad.li
tion , such exteutlon 10 be 100 feet in width
will on tha Mb day of September , A. D. 1374
meet on the said lauds to be appropriated , a
10 o'clock In the lorenoon , lor the purpi sa
as < e sinj ; said damages It having heielolor
b.en declare 1 necessary by the Council of sail
City by ordinance , " to appropriate said lands t
th. us , of said CUr.
K. O JEXhlSSON
Dated * t Omibs , Aufrast llth ,
GSS1RAL AU'TIONEER ,
Cor. 16th and IrodjeMs. .
Prompt afcntion given to sales of household
furniture , s oi * goods , hors < s , cattlietc.eithe
at store or owner's rasideni * . lUal Estate a
public or prlT U ja'.a. "hug3)dtf )
TREITSCHKE & GO , ,
G R O G E B S
And General Provision Denlers ,
8. T7Cor. . Jackgoa and 13th Qts- ,
Kr p a superior itock of Groceries , Provisions ,
Wines , Liquor * and Cigars , aud cell cheaper
tfaaa any cthar § in Omaha. jyS .tm
Fruit am Confectionary
St ? . , isai i
] yl43ra AT THE BRIDGE
Ooraer of Coming ! and Twenty-second streets
Th finest lager beer con
stantly on hand.
1e2Wm CIIAS. WEYJIULLER , Prop .
IIENBY. the popular Saloon ke-pcr , has re
fitted up the bineincnt oi old Herald liuiMinj
cor. 13th and Douglas Sts. , where , In connec
tion with hU bar ho fet out a Lunch ever
morning i d GRAND LUNCH EVERY SAT-
UKDAY. Oiv * him H call. al dtf
G"W. . HO AN" , Sr. ,
Offers lot ; tbe ueceJiltlcj of the public , a
First-Class Hearse aud Carriages ,
All orders promptly a' tended to by Icavin I
hem at Cor. 13th and Home Sts. o-.Jtf eta
he Bee Job Printing House hav
EXECUTES ALL KIJfDS OT
BOOK AXD JOB PMXTISO WOR.
IN TBE less
in ; pa
EBT BEST STYLES as ncv
risk c )
Lowest Casli Prices.
mpetent workmen are in charge of the
ral departments , and FIRST-CLASS work
be turned out in either Ag
Germair Bohemian Wee
glish , , , by ? ell
ter , Ca \
or Danish Languages. FlourS CE
Mrs. D. A. MOFFETT ,
564 Fourteenth St. ,
SFECIAT , NOTICES.
NOTICE. Advertisements of To Lot , For
Sale , Lort , Wants , Found , Boarding , .tc. , will
be inserted in thesfl columns once for TEN
CKSTSper line ; each subsequent iuscrtiou ,
FIVE Cii-'JS : jcrline. The first Insertion
never less than TV/ENTV-FIVE CENTS
FOU i.ENT Two pleasant front rooms , fur-
nishtJ , on cor. Douglas and 12th.
septSJl't n. L. LATEY.
. , V7"ANTED A situation by sn experienced
> V pharmacist. U 3t of references. Address
Drupgut , this clfico. S ptid2t
EOR SALE Private r idanca [ lot , spUndid
location , gr.at bargain. Lot rr , block 47 ,
J > ri < e Sl.SOO cssh , y3la 9 monihs , balante
m 18 months. Apply to J. II. CLAKKE , Kcal
E.late ctnt. septU12l *
mill : House and lot next north of C. E. Yost's
J _ residence is iurmle at the low price of
Sj,5CU--i I rill o moro tbau tha coil of lu.prove-
Bients. Imiuireof L. W. AMBKOSE , Attor
ney , n-ar head of Douglas street. soptSdtf
UP 1 Jlile westof the Hish School.
J _ ou Dr. Lowe's farm , one sorrel m ire and
cult which theownercan have by paying charg-
i and proving property.
\7Oll SALE The ccaipcst cotiaje and lot in
Jj fchmiris.Cun4adaition. UOCiiJSa HILL ,
soptSood t 23 1 Dodge St.
LOST On Sunday , between Howard and
Wcb.ler sis , a black cashmere cape triui-
un-l with passauieuineaud I co The tinder
will be rewarded on leavcug it at BeeUllko. .
WANTLU Miy jiersou uautitigale Ulster ,
or good man for any wcrt , can be sup
plied bycallin ; upon COT HULL A Co. , Ex
change au i hmplovnitnt Bureau , opposite I'ost
ny onu .ranting to sell orer
cbanje auy kind i f busintss , h.-use luts ,
'andsor n.urclunaue , call < m us. We have
chauits miircly in our hands , alfardin ; ihu
b - t invrsluieut for capital , botn small and
creat COriiiU < & CO. , L'xcluujj and Lul-
lix-tin ; Bureau , i3l loih stieot , oj.po-ito Pust
rno lUi : rUIil.lU Ihe umlcrM , nod has
JL opiiii-d HII ofTuc foi em Icyuientot male
aud tcmale l.ctp for stores , olliccs , honsrs , prl-
vaie families , < : tc. Al iu want of the same , or
warning employment , plense C-.II on us.
CoTI'llII L U ' . , Lxchnnge > nd Employment
Bureau. 53115.h struct , opp s.te Post Olhca.
\\"A * TED A girl ti ) take care'of a babv ,
11 and make her o f geucially useful , lli-
juire at this otlico. te'itld2t
LOiT , ST AYEI/.Ort STOLEN -Two horses
oneblafkand one bay , from II rcey St. ,
boi 19th und 20tli , on last Sund y. Aug. COth ,
1874. An information leading to their rtcov-
ery or their return to A. P. QAarn tron will
be liberally rawaided. seplWSt *
NOTirE-To can-enters and builders , that
bids will be received for building a school
house ! n S heel l.isinti No. 40 , Union Preciuct ,
Town-hip 1C , I.n0-u 11 , Ddujl s Co. Neb. , by
Justus Steiu.rt till ibe Ulth ilay of Sept. , at 1
o'clock p. M , < 374 , I'lius and sn.cificationi can
be seen at St-inert * * .
TEItUS Cash , one-half when tlie frame is up
ail'l tlie re > t wl.cn holloa ia finished. Iluuse is
to b finished Nor. 1 , IS71.
JUslU . rTCINFItT , Dirrctor.
[ Dated this 31st day of Aug , ' 74. j d sepl Sio *
rTIUUNISIIED liriOMS To rcn , wl-h or
JD wituout board , at MIJ-j. DELAWKE's ,
ti.Vf.Cur llth and llarney
EOIi KENT-House it ilu 11 ruuuis. No. 233
Capltul Auuo. .
aui9jtf S. WEIGHT.
ONEY TO LOAN-181 Farubara Street.
a2G6t UK. EUWAHOi.
WANTED Two girls ; ono as nurse , the
other an cook. Apply to G > O. W.
IIUilAN , Jr. , Nineteenth and Chicago streets.
vy ANTED A girl to do general homework
YV at 413 Davenport st , augtiadtf
FOR KENT Two front rooms , opposite new
Post Office. aug-2odlf
GIRL , WANTED To do house work. DR.
ISAAC EDU'AKDS , 181 Faruaasu St.
aug21 < lll
YYTANTEt ) By a hdr , a sUiialioo as Louse-
> T kc j > r or nurse , lest of refurente" , Ad-
Iress , Mrs" L. M. C. , Post oilice. augI41tf
II OUSES TO RENT-In the central portion of
I I the city. Enquire oi ALF. D. JONI > .
i. E. Cor. Douglas and 15th bts. auj:2dtf :
FOK SALK 5M acres ot land two miles Irom
Wisuer , on theO. N. W. K. K. , in Cumins |
o. , Nebraska , at S-.M peracrein casli , prh.ili
lowu and ba.ance In oua yearat ten pen tut ,
Vppjy at "Creat Western Land Agency , " 1SU
nd 13i I'aruhani Street , OniaLa. augUdlf
riO TIIK PUBI.IO-The undcrsignea has
purclasevl and put npoa the strce s as
mb'ie conveyance , some ot the Guest ran laves
ver manufae'.urcd in th s , country. Ihcy will
ie run to 2nd Irom the dejiots , l.otes ! and pri-
ate reiidei ccs. All oracrs It-It nflh J o
Ian Il"tel , oat the stable , near S. K , cor. ul
llereiith st. anj C-initol avu , will be Koiiinlly
ttendcd to. A sharaof the puMic pitronagu
respectfully solicited. I
ujlldU WM. E .DULL.
ITUJK Mrs. 1. Polack , for m. ny years a
> JL succes ful teacher of musip In tha lest
euiale Institutes of Kentucky , will receive pu-
ili in that branch at her residence,253 Howard
t. Will lomuiciue teaching , Sept. augidtf
LTONKY TO LOAN On approval personil
\JL security , also City and County Warrant ?
jught and toll. Ii , < iulrent Lav Offlceof T.
" . i. Illchanls , No' 43013th Si. , Omaha.
\rASTED A Rirl to do gcaerjl housework.
augSJtfImjuire at 401 Hurt fat. , bet , 30 and 21. N
1TOHE TO RENT 193 Douglas slrrct. Inquire -
) quire of WEUBElt A BE1IM.
\T ANTEL- Day boarder. " , at the touthwest
rV " 'or. of lOth and Harney sta. je29tj
15IDS FUR FOKAGE
IIC.ID Qa'S DCPARTMKST OF THE PtlTTE , 1
Ctiltf Quariermiiter'a Office. J
Qu.ui4 , NCB. , Septemb r2 1874.
IEALED bids in duplicate , will be received at
this Office until eleven o'clock a. m. , Tues-
y , September 13th , 1874 , for th delivery in
w gunnv . " .ad bnrlap &ack at Omaha depot , I
br s a , In quantities as required , of
rhrec inilllun y.OOO OOJ bo
( ) puiinds oi corn
Juemillion ( ho hundred thousand (1,500,000) ( )
uuds of oats.
Each proposal , to bo considered , must be cuar- |
Utd by twn responsible nartics , not biddeis ,
it thev will become bondsmen on award of
S'o bid will bo entprt irced under any clrcum-
nce- , unless tuo Udder is | > e-cnt in person ,
by duly authorized asent or attorney , at the
nin 'f the Mds , anil i- > then and there pre-
e t tu show tha lie is fully able to carry out S
contrjct in all respects it a ard.id to him.
rheatte tionof bidders is especially qallqd to
foregoing requirements ,
lids must bo endorsed on envelopes "Bids for
'ho contracts will bo lot with tto proviso
t the contracts may bo increased or reduced apj [
i-third by the Chief Quartermaster of the plu
lartment , at any time during thu delivery del
ihe > nrairi. am ]
he right to reject any or all bids Is reserved , wai
lank bids furnished and full conditions Imj
le known on application. to
y order of the Department Commander. icki
ALKI. J. PEKRV , tele
f Qunrtcrmnstsr Dopt. Platte J Bvt. lirlj ? ,
en. U. S. A.
m CASE PUBCIASERS 01
For Sewing Llachines.
order to make room for our nair itjlc , wo
put In PERFCCr order all of our old 'FDI
, including sacond-hand , and oGcr them at
ATLEY REDUCED prices , for CASH.
UEAR Hff'MINZl Ji
RY " HOWE " I50UGIIT Of US and
lUTHOIUZED canvassers la WARKANT- '
md INSTRUCTION" given , as WE have a
UTATION TO SUSTAIN. Experience
> a machinn WITHOUT Instruction Is
SE than NONE at all.
- * " - - , .
UTION. We know of larjc lots of irorth-
lachlnes bought at lovr Cjurcs , that ara be-
Imod off on Ilia public for nearly as good
r. Persons that do not want to run tha
f being swindled should NEVER buy of Tral
at So ,
dPONSIBLE puarties , as they have KO m. , frc
ition AT STAKE , as have old established
THE HOW2 1LVCIIINE CO. ,
OJIm'j * 450 13th Street PULI
jents Waated ! Ban
an show active met. how to maks money transfi
ling the txst householl articles , ilngic Tick
Threaders. Carbonized a'tetl Glass Cut- Chlca ;
\r\Mnizel \ Steel Knife SharpaLor , llaic and Co
BiiifUrr , Ac.
[ - CO '
JCAGO-NOVSLTI , ,
> H , CANDR'AN , * $
OFFICE 513 TaiKTEEKTH ST. ,
LIQUOKS , WINES , ETC.
§ i m < " > P
TT1IOLE3ALE XND Ktljtt IX
Wines , Liquors , Jsegars ,
T01MC 0 AND PIPES.
WCulifornla Wines and Brandlcs.-
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets oppoiite the
new Pos-t Oliice building , Ouiaha. Nebie25ti
Bavarian Beer Hall !
19 RIJS St ,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Finest braniM of all classes ot Liquori and
Sc/ars I'rosh I-aer con.htautlv on houil.
je2.3-r.tu C1IAS.1IAKT Prop.
33 JL 3 > r 2 JEJ I
Fruits , Confectionery ,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
215 Doujbs , Ut. llth anil 1 Btrct.
OMAUA , . . . NEBUAaKA.
O T ? 23
DKAHA , KEBSASKA
The largest and beat hot between Chicago
ad San Francisco.
Opened BOW September 30lh , 1S7S.
HO tf GEO. THKALL. Proprietor. C
E. T. PAGE , Proprietor.
10th St. , Let. Faruham and Harney ,
Free Bun to and from all Traint.
Pasjinjera for other Tlote's cr prlrate Eesl-
deurcs , curri d for 2S centi.
BE- All orders left at P. II. Allen's , 2.1 door
from I * . O , C. Wilson X Son. ( or. 13th and
II Tney , and the City Hotel Office , will receire
> HurH , atlcntiuu. l71m
United States Hotel ,
COK. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
TUIEUXDEKSIONEn respectfully announ-
J. ics that ho has purchased and refl.ted the
ibotc II tcl , : ind id nu\v ready to accommodate
he public , with board by day or Tre'-k , at reas-
mal.le rat"VLLIAlt LEIIR. Prop ,
julvii ' 7 1
[ LLUN01S HOUSE.
CHARLES FEMJEIiMAJf , Prop. at :
FRITZ HAFflEB , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corner llth , Onuhi ,
icbraska Hoard by the day or.vw ek.
lune 1. vl
i * C. CSO 'liieentli Street ,
pp. Jcflerson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOM.m JJOYE. Trop'r.
Day and week Hoard at reasonable rates.
Firat cU\u live attached to the house.
On 9/A , let. Farnham an/I JIarnty Slrtett ,
T AS been entirely refiitted ari refurnished.
I and will accommodate all to the btil oi
lard at $1,50 per day ; 40c per single meal.
C , Y , & S , I , HARRYMAN ,
y28dly. Propr etors.
Southern Hotel ,
Froatkg on 4th , 5th tad Wabtntita , ,
It. Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
fhs Southern Hotel is first-class In all Its
ointments. Its tables are at all times sup-
ed In the greatest abundance , with all the
leaclcs the markets afford , Its clerks and
ployes are all polite and attentive to the
ntsof thu.st < if the hotel , There Is an
proved eleva-crltsuiui ; from tha first floor
the Up | r one , lijilroad and steamboat
etolS . cevrs st nd. and wesxerr Union
oUl e in the Lotunda of hotel.
WILLIAM LATEY ,
r. 16th aud . "Webster ; Sts. ,
Keepa a complete assortment ot
Fern'lan Street , - OnahiNeb
-17I1OLE3ALE AKD RETAIL DKALKE UC
RNITURE. BSDDINS , ETC.
ENOCH HENNEY ,
istice of the Peace
ice over tno State Bank , cornercf Parn.
and 13th tr < vt9.
'he Sloax City anil Pacinc Rallroail ,
Ic CoaacetioB with tht
) UX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD , D
milti the ihortrit roate from Omaha
Council Dlnffs to St. rani , JHnt oolI ,
rater , Anoka , Dclnth , Bismarck , and all
In Minnesota. 239 :
In leires Omaha daily , ( ezcep Saturday )
clock p. m. , and Council Bluffl at S:05 p-
jin Chicago 4 North-WesUrn Depot.
as LOW and lime as QUICK as
Ij nnj oilier Line. crtditat
IAN PALACE SLEEPINf } CARS
ON ALL NIGHT
MNS , Nortl
art Tour ticket reads VIA Sioux City ,
voiding circuitous routes and midnight
ra. * :
els can ha rurchas * ! at the offices of the a well w
o & Northwtitern Railway la Omaha
J C. BOYBEX ,
P s. & Tickat Agf Si P. i S. C. E.E. .
'aul , Minn. The Com
F. C. HILL , and a Ijf
Pass , and Ticiit Agt , 3. C. 4 P. , Sioux naouttt
CEO. W. GBATTOJT/Agwt. C. B ;
ICS Faraham Street , Omau ( Keb.
The Klngof the SEWING MACHINE WOULD I
t Ed ns If
Realms ct Finance. f
SALES FOR 1873 :
In Round Numbers
232,444 Machines ,
ItRjlne over One HcndreU and Thirteen .TbocsudBcrtl.'MhlscsU.im were Wly
S Ing Machine Company during the in : lit' * . 11
It will oar . ly be Jeaied . . [ * iuob Tlde > c * that Ik * mporUrlly t the Uaar It f ! lr
THE SINGER MANF'G ' CO , ,
W. IT. MASON , Agent , M
Je KO. 212 DOUQLA1 STRBBT , OiTAHA.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE GROUERS ,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE & JOHNSON ,
SIM PS OX 'f J BLO CK
538 and 54O Fooirt enta Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGEB.
SUCCUKOBS TO CSEIQIITOX .OO MOBUAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS , \
So. HO& Farniiani Street
WHITNEY , B AUSERMAN & CO.
XTo. 247 Douglaa Str t ,
ich27yl AGENTS FOtt TUT DUPOXT POWDER CO.
CLARK & FRENCH ,
iVHOLESAIE 3ROCERS !
AND DEALERS IX
banned Goods , Dried Fruits , Green Fruits in Season.
J ° ! .ORDERS SOLICITED . ' ND PBOMPTI/T FIliED.
A. . S. S X DM : IF S O ILsT ,
MANTJFACTDBKR JL D TTHOI.FJALI
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
S32 SO ? . ,
C. L. A.
288 Dod&e Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep cons intly on hand th finest tock of Bread Cloth. OMimerct end Vesting *
ilcb I am prepared t * mats up In tL most fi hlonib > t suJ fa * ' > ult the most fsslidiou * *
the lowott rouit.o pricts. jelOdly
PUNDT , MEYER & RAAPKE ,
fANCY GROCERIES ,
Teas , Spices , Tobacco eind Cigars.
12 FarnLam Street , - - Omalia ' Xeb
RY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES and NOTIONS.
231 Farnh.ft.za. Street ,
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
FAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
IT Notions , and Boots and Shoes.
JOHN T ;
helfi Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK,1
ISS &ysStf'SSg'SEEDE11 :
RAKK8 AND IVAQOKS. mchl3y
6 Douglas Stif OmaJaa.
Ilaa OldJKentnckWIiIikFc * and JnparlftlJtJoodi a Spcclallf.
DOUOIA88TH. U-twell Block , ) * , _ LNLlJ
arliiizton tad Missouri Plver IUllro l Co. , o3-rs h st Ima is il'low priMs n 10 year
16 pc.wox. Interest , sid -i'habjnus pretaluiuof Mp rce t. on tbt amount of th
* , if hall lh land is cultivated , within two jeu * front dxu ot narehu * .
LAKGE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
h of Platte , ) .oup Fork and Eikhorn Valleys
Jt. R. fc. Oo. wlllsaC about I 000,000 crM of ipbisll 1 Trul'ir aaJ * 2ri at > nl Ua
t red raualry , ut iroas jl-'J to ii.OO p r acrr oa lunztrtdlt.
South of he Platte
jsnyownwa Urjibody of th bestlaniin Xsbnsks , InUrs ; t lby nanaroas
ut to ltjrailro.vl anlla thelarjsit a 1 bitdorelop l pirt of tk State , as also
publUia Villty. ForclrcuUrsaalfulliaf raAtloa apply to
. SCHALUsR , Agent B. & M. Land Office
Corner of Ninth and Farnbam SU. , Omaka
Or eeaeral Laad Deputttaatj Lincoln , Ife
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