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    uMAHA BEE
TUESDAY , SEPT. 22. 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPEK OF THE CITY.
THE OMAHA DAILI BEE
Is served to labgcnbera by ccrrler , to any
rtrtol thedty.eTery erenlng , ( Sundayi et-
orpted , ) nt Eileen cenU per eekorfS..5Ior
ilx months , mud $7.00 per nuum , wheu paid
n idtince. , * , . . .
All complaints about Irregularities , addreoaed
this oUice will receire prompt attention.
THE OMAHA IUILY HKB will be mailed to
tabccriben at the following rates , nyablo inTa-
riably Inadrance :
t7.uO per an turn.
3.75 " 6 .onths.
Tux OMAJIA DAILT BEX h&a by ( xr the
* \KUEST drculation in the city , and Is ,
hcrefore , the best and cheapest adrertialnt :
ordi'un.
IUTKS or ADVKRTISUIO. Local notices , 25
. ut > i r line : local Bdrertiseuentf , 20
cutt ! * r line ; by the month , 10 crnta. Nu
lTertisemeiit Insened ( or less than CO centi.
juviai notices ? 10 cents per line ; single inser
tion , not less than 25 cents.
Transient abi rti nienu must lnra.lably be
paid for in ad rant * .
Bates for standing adrertlsements hy sped < U
contract.
All Legal Notice * , Statements , Tabular
Wuri , etc. , requiring careful revision by copy
or prool to be furnished , must be handed In
before ten o'clock A. x. to insure Insertion the
taiae day.
fpeciaJ and Local adTertlsemeiits before two
0'C.O'k . ! * .
AJ rertisemenU t ! ore one o'clock p. K
AU idrci-tbcnienu for the WEKKLT BEK
mui > t be handed in before Monday noon , for the
same week's Isroe.
IKKIYAL AM ) 1IEPAR1DUE OF
TKA1AS.
Time Ca/d of Uie litiillncton Route
LJCAVK OMAHA. AEK'VC AT OMAHA.
Ezpreu 2:50 P. M. I Kxprcss St:55 A. M.
- Jl.il * 5.00 A. M. I Mail * 10:45 P. 11.
Sundays exwpted. 'Mondays exempted.
This is the only line running Pullman Hotel.
Dining cars.
P. W. HITCHCOCK , UABRTP DEUEL ,
Ceo'l. Wcs. 1-ass. Agt. Ticket Agent.
ChicsRO , I1L Omaha , Neb.
Union Pacific.
LEAYX. ARBITZ.
Dally Express 11:30 A. M. 3.00 P. M.
Daily Mlzed 4:45 P.M. 10.-UO P. M.
Daily Freight 6:00 A. M. 6:4 : % P. M.
Dally Freight. . . 6:15 A. J * .
Cbfrwco , Kock Inland &
Mall : SOA. M. 10:40P.M.
.2:50 P.M. + 10:00 A.M.
SondaTB eicepted. tMondays ezceptert.
Clilcnco A : Nortbtventtrii.
5:8CA.M. 10:40P.M.
Brprees. . . . 2:50 P.M. tlOlXA.M : )
KauiBas City * St. Jo. i .Council Blnfl *
VomlnKKiprces . 650A.M. 10:00 A.M.
.2 SO P. M. 6:40 P. M.
Omaiia tc ISortli western and Slonx
CUT & PaclUc.
8:15 A.M. 2J5P.M.
Dally except Sundays.
Chnnlbtisej * od Ragcac ? Waeons leave the
fflce , comer Faraham and Ninth streete , fiT-
een mlnut 8 In adrance of the above Railroad
Bepnblican County Convention.
A Republican County C invention for Pooelas
Onuntr will be Jield t the Court Home In the
City of Omaha , on Tue-day , the 6ih day ol Oc
tober. A. . 1874 , at 2 o'clock p. m. , for the pur
pose of placing in nomination Two Sen tors ,
and Six Representatives to the Legislature , and
cut County ( ! oiumlssio"er , 'o be voted fomttl e
flection to IwheM on October JSt'i , 1874 , nd
fr the purpose of transacting su < h otlur bu -
DCSS is comes properly before said Om cnti n
, Eseh Ward > n tlie City of Omaha will e en
titled to'tevn Delegates , an I cai h p eclnct out-
tldJ oi said City , three ( S ) Delegates to said Con
vention.
Prim ry elections for thepurposeof choosing
sacb delegate * are hereby called for Saturday ,
tie 3d day of October , the po'ls to be open In th
city / Duiaha , from 4 to 7 o'clock , p m. , and In
the other nre lnct > , from C to H o'clO'k p. m.
None but well Lnown Republican voters will
be allowed to vote at said Primary < 1-ctions , and
in the city of Omaba , no pers > n will b fllowed
11 vote unless duly registered or Identified to
the satisfxction of the Judges of election as l -
Jn * a properly qualified lltpub lean vourof th
Ward where bis ballot Is ottered.
Tba folio ln" are desl naU'd as places where
inch primary elections wi 1 to made.
1st Ward-At Turner's Hall.
2d WaH Atth old Douglas Houso.
Sd Waid At Engine House.
4tb Ward At' tty PnsitiMr's Office.
Sh : V.'aril-AtEd. Hallow' : on Chicago street.
etb Ward UEndne lloura.
Union Precinct At Knight's School ITome.
Valley Pieclnct At White's Store , Vulley
Station.
Florence Precinct At Florence School House
rhlcafinPrecinct At HkhornStation House.
Me rdleFrecln-t t Merdle school i OU-P
Elkboru Pnclnct-At ElkLorn Citvcbool
HOUM.
t-arato-a Preclnrt At Si at"r ) School Ho-'se.
itKbis Precinct At Jc-1 Griffi''KR'ence
West Omaha Prtclntt AtO. B Set en's Re -
Idenre.
Mil ard Preclnct-At Mlllard'n Stnt'nn TFnuw
lly ordTof the Douglas County Republican
Oomtnlttee.
Oomtnlttee.JOKL
JOKL T ORIF IK. Chairman.
JOHN M. THtRSTON a-creUrv.
Bepabllcan Convention for 25th Eepre-
( ecutive District.
Pfl'Rat from th" ivr l countiM f the
23th Tlcprnen'MlTft Di trlct will mortal the
Or > drcntrnlHot'1.1 Mnmha. on Tu slar ,
FcpWm' er 23t' < . 1R7' , a' 3 o'clock pra.fr the
purp'-Rfl of msVIni : n nomln tion for a Tieprp-
( v-ctatlre for sold district for the next Legisla
ture.
ture.The oountlrompnsln Mid district , nnd the
nnmberof delegetca each are entitled to , are as
follows :
8arpy M..HnH.M.MH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H.H.1
\Vnshfugton _ . . . . . . .M. . . . . . . .H..H. . . . . . . . .3
Hiss . . . „ _ _ „ „ . _ „ . . „ . . _ . . . . . . „ . „ „ . . „ . 4
Py order Republican District Committee.
EIJVM CLARK , Chairman.
RepuMIcan papirs of the District please copy.
-Joe < jll < D-
or e DAILY DKK Imnrr
'bull donMe that of any oilier dally I
apcrpnblUIied In KebraaUa
OMAHA BREVITIES.
. Eighty-five cts per can is the price
of fresh Baltimore oysters which
arrive daily by express at Peycke'a
Restaurant scpt2.
"Handall" arrived home yes-
erday moruing , covered with glory.
The Plug Hat brigade will mee
at .Engine House No. 3 , Wednesday
evening.
Policeman Porter last night ar
rested a man supposed to be a de
serter If the supposition proves to
be correct , it will put $30 in the
pockets of the officer.
George Hines was bound over
by Commissioner Smith in the sum
of $1,000 , to answer to the charge of
selling liquor without a license.
Hitics gave the required bail. tl
A letter was received here yes tlS
terday , announcing the fact that S ,
seventy-five members of the Daven CR
port fire department will attend the Co
annual parade of the Omaha de- o
pjxtment. O
'
l&J. Callahan , a Farnham street
PI
saloon-keeper , got into a row Satur
day night with one Dan. Shanahan , Hj
whom he hit over the eye with a lai
beer-JBug , inflicting an uply look laiMi
ing wound. Callahan -was arrested Mi
and the examination was set for feOlme
this afternoon at me
the Police Court.
Two little orphan girls , nged RaMi
respectively 5 and 7 years of age ,
left this city yesterday over the Chicago
cage , Burlington & Quincy railway
for Scotland. They were unaccom
panied by any one , but were sup Pol
plied with letters to the conductors OIK
sad other guardians of public travel , car
so that they will probably reach me
their destination nil safe. The
father of these orphanscame to this
country about two years ago alone ,
and took up a homestead in Nebras
ka. He then returned to Scotland Che
for his family , but upoa arriving 59
Sr there he died. His wife and cnil- 59K
drcn then came to Nebraska to look K
after his property , and she died not sect
I03g since. The children were then F.
sent iiome by parties interested in wee
Be
At a meeting Saturday evening
of the Young Men's Republican
Club , a committee was appointed in
each wrrd to attend to tiie registra
tion. Another meeting will be held
Wednesday evening.
Bill Dinan , who was arrested
on the complaint of his mother , on
the chaise of stealing some of bar
things , was yesterday discharged
at the Police Court , as the mother's
heart had softened towards her
erriugson , against whom she refused
to testify.
Says the Council Bluffj Globs ,
of Saturday : "Mr. H. Chappell , a
resident of Mills county , Iowa , while
en route from San Francisco to
Omaha , a few days ago , had his
trunk broken open and about $130
worth of jewelry stolen , consisting
in part of a locket , chain , bracelets ,
&c , which he had purchased in Cal
ifornia and was bringing east as
presents to his daughter. The loss
was A decidedly aggravating one to
Mr. Chappell , but he bore it with
philosophic calmness. "
Major C. D. Bogue has been in
duced to resume his position as head
clerk of the Metropolitan Hotel ,
with which he has been connected
for the last four or five years. He
is regarded by the traveling public ,
with whom he is a great favorite ,
as one of the best hotel men in the
West , and his many friends in this
city will be glad to learn that he has
concluded to remain in Omaha.
Under the supervision of Major
Bogue and Captain Curran. who has
also been long connected with the
house , the Metropolitan will contin
ue to maintain the excellent repu
tation It has attained under then
previous management. The Metro
politan is a homelike hotel , and de-
erves ihe extensive patrouage it
now receives.
Pat Doran's saloon was bur
glarized Saturday night between the
hours of 11 and 1 o'clock , during the
absence of the bar clerk. When
the clerk returned anout one o'clock
to go to bed , as he sleeps In the back
room , he found that the place had
been entered through the rear win
dow , out of which a pane of glass
had been cut The money drawer
wfls robbed of $14 , and a box of ci
gars had been taken. And yester
day it was discovered that that pret
ty pet , the "fretful porc.upme , " had
either been let out of his cage , or
had been stolen. No trace was dis
covered of the thief , but the porcu
pine was recaptured near Brownell
Hall , where it was seen by a gentle
man who informed Mr. Doran of
iU whereabout.s.
Personal
William L. Geary , U. S. A. , la at
the Grand Central.
Mr. John G. WilIU went East
yesterday over the C. B. & Q.
Col. Savage , left for i visit to
Boston yesterday , by the Chicago
Burlington & Quincy railway.
Major Armstrong , clerk of the Dis
trict Court , will arrived home yes-
yesterday evening.
Mi s Jennie Wool worth , left to
day for Albany , New York , to at
tend school.
Frank Knight ; of the Western
Union Telegraph office , left yes
terday fora visit to Chicago.
Senator P. W. Hitchcock is at the
Grand Central , having arrived from
the East yesterday afternoon.
George N. Littlefield , a well-
known Texas cattle dealer is at the
Metropolitan.
Dr. Garrett , rector of Trinity
church , is , we regret to learn , con
fined to his house by illness. He
was unable to preach ( Sunday.
Mr. E. G. Dixon , the agent of the
Empire Fast Freight Line , returned
home from Philadelphia yesterday
morning.
The following are the arrivals at
Lh ; Wvominw
CH Lord , Chicago ; F P Yeo-
nans , H A Perry , A L McKesson ,
John Brady , DCS Kolnas ; John
Burgess , Davenport ; Bennett Gold
smith and wife , Fremont ; Tohn W
31ark Cheyenne ; GussFord , Ogden ,
S R Hunter , Avoca ; Hunter
* .dams , Philadelphia , W H Morse ,
Republican ; N Weeks and family ,
Jheyenne ; Mrs Winters , Kansas
: ity ; John Downey , Haly , Mich ;
R Hugus , Mac Kidder , Cheyenne
V B iiollinger , New Rutland , 111
Jeo P Bentou , do ; John Castello ,
nd wife. Chicago ; G Hicfcey , A I
IcCook , Ottawa , 111 ; H White and Ia IS
ife , Annawan , 111 ; Mrs J Gaylor , a
an Fnmciscon ; James S McKenj' , tiai
featlviile , Pa ; J C Hunt , Gales- aihi
iirg , III ; J C Craig , Neponset , 111 ; hihi
H Welsey , Kewanee , El ; J P hind
yte , Nevada. N
The following are the arrivals at
IB Metropolitan Hotel : Fi
B R Browne , Kansas City ; W F
. mends , New .fork ; M Bruce ,
01
iica > ro ; TS Marcher , Wisconsin ;
55
C Hays , Fremont ; J B Southard ,
naha ; M W Clair , * > ; N P Rock ,
P Mason , Nebraska City ; WW
nes and family , New York ; P A atCa
illips , do ; ChasH Chase and fam- Ca
i Lowell ; A S Robbine , Cleve- Fa
id ; J A C Moore , Gold Hill ; D
Bungolf and wif , Dea Moines ;
sDr Anson , Ohio ; J B DicUn-
i , Chicago ; H Dennis , Mon-
uth ; D B Vastine , Chicago ; C A am
nsome , Sioux City ; A S Wood ,
Iwaukce ; A S Bailty , Chicago ;
3 Calvert , Plattsmoutb.
WANTED !
me first-class Shirt Ironer and
[ sher , one g > od Plain Ironer , and
'
good Starchcr. To persons who
fill these places , steady employ-
it will be given. Proi
G AUK'S
11 tf 515 and 517 12th st.
rjY your Boots and Shoes at the S <
ap Cash Store. E. H. Samory , at t
16lh street. sept21tf at 1
ha <
? "SEE JMcKeliigon-a card on amo
nd . iuue2-tf
page. - or li
IESII Fisu received twice a City
z. - LITTLE & WILLIAMS. 22nd
J1813
THE COUNTY AND STATE
FAIRS.
Everything now in Readiness for
the Indus trial Exposition.
Yesterday morning we took a
drive out to the Fair grounds , and
found everything in almost com
plete readineas for the county and
Stata fairs. Tha exposition build
ing is quite an extensive structure ,
and is put up in a substantial man
ner , as If to stay. TLo building
with its white coat of paint ,
and its green blinds , and its cupolas ,
presents a very handsome appear
ance. The interior is liberally sup
plied with shelving and stands for
the display of the many articles that
will be on exhibition. In the cen
tre of the building is a mammoth
fountain , which will be kept run
ning continually , adding much to
the beauty of the scene that will be
presented.
The race track has been greatly
improved by being inclosed by a
fence.
The amphitheatre jus < . opposite
the .udges' stand at the race track ,
has been completed. It will seat
about fifteen hundred persons , and
will afibrd an excellent view of the
race course.
Ample stall and stable room has
been provided for the live stock.
The stalls have been extended
along the north , west and south
sides.
Taking everything into considera
tion , the buildings and arrange
ments for the State Fair are far su
perior to anything Nebraska has
ever before had , and Omaha may
congratulate herself on the fact.
The men who have had this maitet
in hand deserve the warmest thanks
for their untiring efforts , which have
thus far been crowned with success.
The promptness and satisfactory
manner with which they have car
ried out all the plans , will without
doubt be the means of securing to
Omaha the State Fair for another
year at least , and probably longer.
The Douglas County Fair opens
to-day for entries , and continues
for two days. Of course the close
proximity of the State fair is rather
o'ershadowlng , but our county Fair
should no be allowed to prove a
failure on this account.
DONT FORGET ! Tho/Varie
ty Bazar" will during this ivcek
REMOVE to its new store , Corner
13lh and Douglas fired. Mean
while Ebcrhart continues as partner
at old Stand , You oan secure JilG
BARGAINS in anything before
present s'ock is removed. 3t
An Open Beply. Interesting and Pointed
Correspondence.
Below will be found some inter
esting correspondence , which we
have been requested by Captain
Cremer to" publish. The Captain
thinks the letter addressed to him
smellcd rather "fishy , " and accord
ingly gave the writer of it some very
good advice.
EASTPORT , IOWA , }
SeptemberlO , 1874. }
Capt. IT. W. Cremer :
DKAII Slit Tn my conversation
about times in the army.T have made
you liable to Uncle Sam's wrath ,
my remarks were listened to by a
U. S detective. I have received an
ofler of $100 to tell all I know , and
S500 in case I can prove that there
was a fraud perpetrated in the hay
contract at Beauvais Station , Neb.
t\s I was the one who measured the
bay , and was also one of the squad
svho went to burn the crass awav ,
[ am well posted , and the evidence
[ should have to give would ill com-
lare with the vouchers in Uncle
Jam's poasesslon. There is a difler-
Jiice of between 40 and 400. Newt
t remains with you and Beauvais
rh ether I accept the $500 or not. I
.m In need of the money badly , but
lonot wish to blow on an old friend
aore than I have already doneand ,
fill not if you are fair with me.
'lease reply immediately.
Respectfully , &c. ,
A. C. LEONARD ,
Eastport , Fremont Co. , Iowa.
OMAHA , NEB. , Sept. 21,1874.
1. E. Lenard , Eastport , Iowa :
DHAK 8m : In reply to yours o
) th Inst. , think you had better ac
jpt the ofler made you and forwan
i the commanding officer of th :
epartment , your sworn statemen
vlng in detail names , dates , etc.
so the name of the U. S. deteo
re you mentioned , together wit !
13 * other information you ma ; fo
ivein .your posession relative to fed (
y contracts at Beauvais Station 81
sb. Yours very respectfully , '
II. W. CKEMER.
irmerlyCapt Co. C. 7th lowaVol
Bcvyour Hats and Caps at the
cap Cash Store. E. H. Samoryj
) 13lh street. sept21tf th
bn
PAPER for sale very cheap
JOHN B. DETWILEU'S i
rpet Store , 14th street between
rnham and Douglas.
septSdtf&wlt Tit
Hi :
CAKPETINGS.an <
* ou can always find the largest
*
[ best assortment of ai
Fai
CARPETS
E <
OIL-CLOTHS
WINDOW SHADES
MATTINGS T
MATS AMD RUGS T.
T.Dot
at JOHN B. DETWILEB'S , Dot
i street , between Farnham and and
ouglas streets. s3 atfwlt. and
_ 8th ,
for Surrender ot Om&oa City. the
Bonds.
for
! rrv TREASURER'S OFFICE , )
AHA , Neb. , Sept 10th , 1874. } regi
aled proposals will be received sepl
lis office until September 22ud , Ov
M. , for the surrender of Oma-
st j (
lily Bonds , in any sums to the _
j j (
jut of fifteen thousand dollars sl ,
S3 , Bids to be opened at the
Council mating , Septembe Tl
,1874. , prtsi
tlO-10t City Treasurer.
THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES.
The Beginning of the Funeral.
Yesterday morning's Herald con
veyed the idea , by publishing a list
of delegates , that the Democratic
primaries of Saturday afternoon ,
were laisely attended , and that
quite a spirit of enthusiasm pre
vailed. The fact of it is , that those
primaries were very thinly attended ,
as there were not over 140 votes cast
in the whole cit3 * .
The managers of the ballot-boxes
sat around like empty "stoughton
bottles , " waiting for somebody to
come and fill them up. It was slow
work , indeed , and the few leading
spirits , old Bourbon stock , who were
scouring the highways and byways
for Democratic recruits , became
thoroughly disgusted with the "lost
cause. " Their labors in search of
voters were as aggravating to them
as drinking whisky sour with a
sieve.
These primaries were entirely de
void of enthusiasm ; those few who
did vote , looked as if they had been
compelled to do so , and their coun
tenances bore the expressions ot
chief mourners at a funeral.
It is strange that the Democrats
did not take more interest in these
primaries , which were held for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
Democratic County Convention ,
which is one of the most important
ones ot the campaign , especially as
nominations for the the legislature
will come before it. Yet nothing else
but such apathy could hardly bo
expected from those who seem to
have lost all hope of victory. They
remain Democrats out of force of
habit , and in this respect they re
semble that old settler in Missouri
who is still voting for Andrew Jack
son.
Exoarnien Tickets to Chicago.
Excursion tickets to the Chicago
Exposition , over the Chicago , Bur
lington & Quincy railway are now
on sale at the company's ticket
office in the Grand Central Hotel.
A round trip ticket is sold for one
fare and a fifth , and are good till the
25th. H. B. DEUEL ,
It Agent.
Bey your Dry Goods at the Cheap
Cash Store. E. H. Samory , 559
16th street. sept21-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One Full Cabinet Wheeler and
Wilson Sewirg Machine , with all
the latest improvements. It isnew
has v.evcr been run. Inquire at the
BEE office. auglT-tf
RUTH'S CELEBRATED OYSTEKE
eceived twice a week. We war-
ant every can.
seplStS LITTLE & WILLIAMS.
Iowa Coal , $7.00 per ton , deliver
ed by Perry & Yeomans , General
Agents , Ellipse Coal and Mining
Co. , DCS Moines , office 508 13th
street , between Farnham and Doug
las streets. sept llm.
DVEINQ , cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner , at the
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
10th St.Let. Farnham and Douglas
apr28t f
S.vow FLAKE FLOUR the best in
the market at
seplfitS LITTLE &
REMOVED.
THE B , & M. R. R. LAND OFFICE
las been removed from the corner
jfFarnhara aud Ninth streets south ,
> pposite the Union Pacific R. R. De-
rot , and to C. B. & Q. OFFICE ,
JRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. septlOlf
Auction Sale on the premises ,
f. E Corner of 19th and Paul Sts. ,
ne block from 'Street Railroad of a
omplete lot of household goods ,
early new. Sale Tuesday , at 10
'clock.
"GRAY & ALLEN.
jpt 19 2t Auctioneers.
BUY
ETSWORTH'g CELEBRATED DEEP
SEA BRAND OYSTERS.
he best flavored Oyster in the
larket. TAKE NO OTHER.
For sale at wholesale by
J. C. ROSBNFELD ,
General Northwestern Ag't. wl
Send for Price List. s9 1m. tei
ho
FOR RENT. til
to i
Store room No. 202. Farnham St. , tut
rmerly occupied by Smith Saut tuto :
rs' dry goods store. Inquire a
ate Bank. s8 Iw.
but
Indian Curiosities at No. 170 DI (
rnham street , corner llth street. r i
nay 7-tf.
T
? resh Taffy and Caramels at th the
! Omaha Candy Factory. Fresh plai
iken stick candy at half price. mt !
Pl
H. L. LATEY ,
17tf Douglas st , cor. 12th. JOE
uilt
VINDOW SHADES & TRIMMINGS
ited shade cloth , white linen
[ lauds , band shades , store shades
1 cords and tassels to match.
JOHN B. DETWILER ,
pet Store , 14th street , oetween
nham and Douglas.
ip3dtfwlt
Fourth Ward Beglstratlon.
lie undersigned will sit at John
Edgar's hardwaie store , 2-16
glas street on Friday , Saturday
Monday , September llth , 12th
13th , and Thursday , October
for the purpose of registering
legal voters of this ward , and G-i
the purpose of correcting the
stry list P. Huaus ,
Dtf Registrar Fourth Ward.
crcoats made up in the best
, for comfort as well as ele-
e , at very moderate prices , Thnr
i ocd tf M. HELLMAJT & Co. Tilt
araaa
p latest styles jn syjts at sur- ta smcb
iff low figures sold by Beak
k C .
POSTPONED.
The Benefit Concert for the He-
braska Sufferes will take
Place Wednesday.
Evening.
On account of the rainy and
threatening condition of the weath
er ytsterday , aud the fearfully
muddy streets ; , the managers con
cluded to postDono the concert ,
which had been announced for last
evening , till Wednesday evening.
The concert will surely come off
ou that evening , and the Acad my
of Music will be crowded to its ut
most capacity , as a largo number of
tickets have already been sold , and
in the meantime the ladies and
others propose to double the num
ber disposed of. The best musical
talent in the citv have volun
teered , and the programme , which
is an excellent and varied one , is as
follows :
PART i.
Overture "Dio Weine Dame" Boildieu
OMAHA CITY BAND.
Chorus "Praise of the Soldier" Boildieu
THE AIIIO.V QUART TTB.
Solo "Kathleen M vourneea".Couch
MKS. E. C. II'SIIANE.
Duett "See Ihe P lo Moon' ' Compaca
MISSES L1TILK AND CAMPBELL.
Potpourri. . . . . . . . . . . _ _ . . . .
DEKTIIOVKN QUABTETTE.
Quartette "Grasvhoppercd Grangers oi ' 74. . . . .
OEPHEU * QiKTKTTE.
FAR I'll.
Overture "Fiotte Burche" _ Suppe
OMAUA CITT BAND.
Chorous Toast „ Zoe'ner
TIIK AEIO.S SINGING CLUB.
Solo "Three Fishtrs" „ . . . . . .
MISS C. CAMPBELL
Comic Skotche-1
JAFFO.
Orphius Glee Club
Gallop "Odeow'i Frenden" . . . . .
GEO. H. .PETERSON , tnepiouee
cigar manufacturer , keeps con
stantly on hand the very best
brands of cigars , and also Tjone
Jack , Fruits and Flowers , and
"Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
211 Douglas street.
mayGeodlv
For fine clothing and furnishing
goods to suit the fall and winter
season , call at
selSeodts M. HELLMAN & Co.
READ the new advertisement of
M. Hell man & Co. septloeodtf
Boys' , youths' and children's
clothing ; the best varieties and sold
very low at
scluecdtf M. HELLMAN < Js Co.
Any quantity of furnishing goods ,
such as shirts , underwear , socks ,
etc , from the "finest" to lower
grades , sold very cheap at
Cl5codtf M. HELLJfAN & Co.
The HOWE
SEWING MACHINE ,
EUAS HOWS Jr ,
Zroalor of ikt Stwlmf w Hay
Beat in the World.
EVERY MACHINE TTAP.RAMuD TO
: Ai REPRESENTED.
LiberHl discounts t * Cash Customers. Specla
rate * to c'ubg f sir or more. If * ny person
iaa"IIOWE" which Is uot slvlnj aatiaf c-
: Ion , we wish in hear of It. THE BEST IS
flit- ; CHEAPEST ! Send for circular and
temple * .
BEAR IN MIND
EVERY "HOWE" BOUGHT OF
[ 73 and our AUTHORIZED canvas-
rs is WARRANTED , and IN
STRUCTION given , aa WE have a
IEPUTATION TO SUSTAIN. Ex-
erience proves a machine WITH-
) UT instruction i * WORSE than
fONE at all.
CAUTION. We know of large
) ts of old machines bought at low
gures , after being revarnished are
ing palmed off on the public for
ew. NEVER buy of IRRESPON-
IBLE parties , tig they hare NO
: putation AT STAKE , aa have old
itabliabsd Companies.
The Howe Machine Co ,
OMAHA , NEB.
T. D. OLIN , Manager
itai
GREEN'S airl
rl
OXYGENATED BITTEBS. IIre rlII
re
Phe stomach Is on of the most delicate or- reCc
is of the human system ; and the indigestible Cc
d crowded into It by th requirement ! of
dern socl.ty , keep it In
State of Chronic Disorder ,
Ich is fallowed by a reaort to tonic * and al-
itivei for n li f. It unfortunately happens , of1wi
rever , tkit many of the medicines u * < l for wi
11 nrpose contain alcohol , which , poured in- on
for
diseased stomach producei irritation , creates etc
amatlon , amd doe * more Injury than gotd. viz
ITG-ENA-TED BITTERS del
Contain no Alcohol. clg
put
are a purely medicinal preparation , which oflP
uea of 1-YSl'EPSIA , HEARTBURN , IN P
prii
ESTION , and othtr hk dlsordsri , at occa sha
i ci ths stomach to iU fd
lull
itural Condition of Health. lullA
ope
is OXYGENATED BITTERS bar * ton unt
aoit popular remedy lor th abor com Fir
Se
iti for the hit TIIIKTT Txiu. and till SeThl
itain their UXNIVALLED FOPULAMTT. Fou
ic * 31.00 per bottl * Fitt
sti
f-OLD EVERYXVHERE- . Sizt
N F. HENRY , CURRAN A < X > . , Prop'f. In
t ani 9 Colleg * Place , Nw Yoik. haci
here
A. 1
EO. W. ELKINS II
GS517EBAI ,
And
tltl
kin
MMISSIOlf m itAi/iuuii i cen
C it
of (
SEC
1916 & 1913 Ma ket St. , f
fSE'C
SE'C
lice-
PH1L.AIJELPIIIA. Ouiah
ious 1 :
by th
house ,
or of i
ain Flour Seeds , snygs occupi
monts
of sue
Immet
BitciiltiM i Bul r , Valt Ho i. andca
eflect.
[ VEESHT Or' NEBEASKJ ,
LINCOLN , NB8. snutbe
uxpira
Tht fall tarm will p n om. couvic
( day Septemb r 1 , 7 $74. bcinf Ssc.
'scilitlas for instruction hava br n In * Passi
. Tha accomodationsfor cheap bearding
pe. Work on the fatm will be furnished
aa wish to p-iy their way. Attest :
FEKB Approi
i at aait. Far Ktgistar and Catalozaa
"A. B-BENTOIT. i
lir Qtaasellpr of Onlveniy - f ) a
SPECIAIj NOTICES.
NOTICE. Advertisement of To Let , For
Sale , Loct , Wants , Found , Boarding , ic. , will
be inverted in these columns once for TEN
CENTS per line ; each subsequent Insertion ,
FIVE CEF S per line. The first Insertion
never IwThiT TWKNTY-FIVB Qt-'NTS
T710R BENT -My residence , N. W. eon er 19th
Jand hlcago strmts. S. WBloHT.
srpt.ltt
\V A NTFD To RENT -mall house near the
v postoffice. Have ire objections to rent
with turuiture. Address T , rKK office It
WANTED A Buslne Partner with about
{ 500 in a manufacturing business estab-
IMhed five years. Apply personally or by let
ter. Room 9 , Vischer'a block , Omaha , Ne
braska.
HOUSE FOE RENT 17th and Cap. Avenue.
a. A. TAYLOR * Co.
Sept21tf
TIANO FOR RENT.
JL S. A. TAYLOR 4 Co.
mpfiltt _
OUSE FOE RENT Ninth and Cipltal
Avenue. S. A. 1AYLOR A u .
scpl21tf
OOSE FOR RENf-M h and Cass. I'os-
! > e s on given about O < t. 1st.
sept 21 U 3. A. TAYLOR 4 Co.
_
OUSE FOR RENTISth and Cass.
S. A. TAYLOR A Co.
septZltf
FOUND E-TRAY A teim of light bay
horses and farm wagon , will bo returned to
owner on his calling at cor. 13 , and Jackson st ,
TreliscbkeA Ca , and paying the costs thereon.
sept9d3t
OSTOR STRAYrD A black cow , white
spou on head , oneear off. 9 or 10 yiars old.
A liberal reward wlilde paid for the return to ,
or information of the whereit > ouu left at
MILTON ROGKRS ,
acplS 13t * 211 Farnbatn St. , cor. 14th , Omaha
, STRAYKD OR STOLEN Fr m 6
LOST tt. , a medium size I red cow , about 'our
years old. Any person returning said cow will
bo suit tbly rewarded. sept7d3t
OR RENT -Until April 1 , n-xt , a good
house with bam and
out-buildings situa
ted on Izard street. Will b rented cheap , In
quire of J. S. SPAUN ,
septlTdU No. ill mh. St.
_
MONEY TO LOAN Inquire at Law Office
of F. A. BEALS.Rooia 9 , Vlscher's Block
Omaha. sspt6dtf
URsTcl sn liusid and Lodging , per. week
fivedollais. 1'aclnc House 10h : & . Capital
avenue. MACK 4 FRANCIS , proprietors.
a dti.
_
f\ HEAT bargain * in real estate , for sale lot 7
VJTin Mock kit , with all improverncnts liere-
on situated OB DodgeStr et , bet weeul3th4 lith
Streets , at the low ti ice of $ ,509. hnquire o
M. IIELLMAN A CO. Corner of Franham 4
thirteenth Streets. si 4 d 30 t.
KENT douse with six rooms. Cnurics
TO KM St'fainn t Addition. Inquire a
Judge Porter's office. teptlZdtf
-T7ANTED Ameilcan , German. Norwcg'an '
VV twedUb , or Irish t-lrls , to wark in hotels
restaurants and private familial. Inquire al
Cot rill 4 Co. , Employment Bureau , 527 Fif
teenth Stre t , oppoaite Post Office. eptl2dtf
WANlbil . - rvaut girl , U > do geuna
housework. Inquire at J. J. Brown's
store , corner Fourteenth aud Douglas btreetj.
septlldti
FOIt RENT A "PS fame I'jmio ' , Cor. ISth
and Howard Sts , also a fine frame house
C.r ICth and Jackson bts. For particulars in
quire at 239 Howard kit sept i Odt
mil K iroun.- and lot next north of C. B. Yost' '
JL r&sidrnco la lorn le at tha low price o :
$3,500--a trifle more than tha cost of lu-prore-
ruenu. Inquire of K. W. AMBROSE , Attor
ney , near head of Dnuil is > treet. n
WANTED Any one wanting toaqll or ex
change any kind f biiqlaosa , Li use I < iti ,
'ands or tcetclian lie" , call on u . we have
chances > ntirely in our hands , affording ihe
bent iuvrvtruent fur capital , both small and
great COniUU , 4 CO. , Exchange aqJ Col-
leitln ; Bureau , 531 15ih street , 01 po < lte P et
Office. sei > l2Uf
THE FUDL.II ; The umlersl ned has
TO opined an office for em 'nymentof male
and female help fur stores , office * ) , houses , pri
vate families "tc All la want of the same , or
wanting ; employment , please c-.Il on
COTTRII.LACo. , Exchange nd Empl yri
Bureau , 53115th street , cppi .tl Test Office.
septZdtf
WASTED A girl to do genera ] housework
at 413 Davenport st. aug25dtf
SALK 560 acres ot land two mil's Irom
FOR
Wisner , on the O. N. W. R. R. , in Cumins
fo. , Nebraska , at 3-.BO per acre in cash , or half
MONEY TO LOAN On approved p/rsoni
security , also City and County Warrants
bought and soM. Inquire at Law Office of T
W. I. Richards , No. 49013th St. , Ouiaba.
AugGdtf
TORE TO RENT 198 Douglas street. In-
qulra oj WEBBER < i 1IEIUI.
\T7ANTED-Day boarders , at tha touthwest
VV cor.oflOth and Harnevsts. ie29tf
TU
RETAIL CASH PURCHASE
For Sewing Machines.
In order to make room for our new styles , we
ave put in PEHFEQr order ajl of our old
lock , including second-band , and offer them at
( BEATLEY REDUCED prices , for CASH.
BEAR IN MIND
; VERY " HOWE " BOUGHT OF US and
IIT AUTHORIZED canvassers b TARRANT-
D , and INSTRUCTION given , as WE havoa
EPUTATION TO SUSTAIN. Experience
eves a machlno WITHOUT Instruction Is
ORSE than NONE at all.
CAUTION. We know of large lot * of worth-
is machines bought at low figm es , that are be-
S palmed off on the public for nearly as good
new. Persons that do not want to run the
k of being swindled should NEVER buy of
RESPONSIBLE puartles , as they have NO
jutatlon AT STAKE , as have old established
mpanios.
THE HOWE 3IACHINE CO. ,
uSlMlm * SO ISth Street. If
ELECTION PROCLASIATION.
'otlceli hereby gtven to the qualified electors I 8tl
, hvSJtL ° , ? ' ' that a bPec' ' l Election ,
1 be hold within and for the City of Omaha Poi
TuesSay he 13th day of October , A.D. 1374 ,
the purpose of submitting to the quallued
: tors of said atty th * following proposition , at' '
Shall bonds cf the city of Omaha be issued bv
1 city in the sum of four hundred thousand Pn
ars , due in twenty years with Intoroit at ru
it per cent , per arnum , to be u ed forth *
po e of erecting , or procuring the erebtion
hter Wi.rks in the City of Omaha. "
ild proposition , entire , sh 11 be written or I PIT
iied upon each ballot , and the vote thereon ill
I be only " Yes" or " No , " written or print-
below said proposition , up n the same
t. said Special Election the polls will be Bi
i l at 9 o'clock A. M. , and be kept open I | hu <
17 o'clock P. 31. . at the fo lowing places : Iran
t Ward-at Turner Hall Ti
nd Ward at naine Hou < , No. 3. I CIil (
tl W.ird at En ine Houw. No 2. I and
th Ward at Sheriffs Office , Court House. I
i Ward at Pennsylvania Ilon e , Chicago I Gen
eet. I st
i Ward at Engine House , No. 1.
witne-v whereof I have hereunto set my I Gen' '
. aud caus ° d the real of said city to bo I Cli
int-i affixed , Ibis 17th day of September ,
. 1371.
0. S. CHA3F ,
Mayer. Tnl
ORDINANCE NO. S2 .
'
rdlnanco to amei d Ordinance No. 2C8 En13tl ]
xl " .AH iTdlnance to prorlde for revoI I
f , nmendlnz an'l cane-ling licenses fir the I All k
of malt spirituous or vinous llquoti In I R
ain cases. " I "
) rd ined by Ihe City Council of the City
maha
I. That Sec. I , Ordinance No. 2C8 , bs
e tame ii hereby amended t read ai lol-
AnOi
" 1. " If any person to towhom a pur ]
: thall have been granted , by tlie city of city
i , for the sale of malt , snip tons , or vln- COU9
luors within said ti ytahall be convicted Beitc
: police judge of keeping a disord-rly ofO
house of prostitution or gambling house , SEC
,11'iwlng within any house or building be and
ed by sijch person or under hl coottol , call a i
tabling with"cards , dicer or'olfier imple- the 131
or deyice used in gainbl'ng , tuch license POsenj
i person fhall thereupon aid tliereby , the foi :
lately be and become revoked , annulled of the <
! elled , and of no lurther use validity or the BUI
ipd ip case of a iwond t nyL-ti ( o for Dollar ]
aoces or either of them , the peri n or Eight'
i so convi'ted ' shall cot be entitled to purpOk
r license for the sale of liquurs , uqtll the water i
ion of | ! x months from tqe date of such SEC.
Ion. entire I
II. This ordinance shall tak * effect nd on thai
irce from and afiar its vzuagf. See.
td September 13th , 187) . and be I
Signed , J. B. GIBSON , Fassa
, j President of Ceuncil.
O. C. LUDLOW , City dexk ,
ed SepUmber 16th , 1174. ATTESI
Signed , C.9.
LIQUORS , WINES , ETC.
H
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P. N. GLYNN3
WUOLEiALK ADD EKTAIL DB1I E IX
Wines , L iquors , Segars ,
TOBXC 0 AXI PIPES.
BWCalifonii Wines and Brandle . "
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets opposite the
new Post Office building. Omaha , Neb2itf
( > - :
HOTELS.
Bavarian Hotel ,
Cor , 13th 1 Leaven worth Sts ,
Board by the day and week. FinMt brands
of all clasucs of Liquors , tfcgars As. Fresh Lsg r
constantly on hand.
Je25-3m CHAS. IIAKT Prop.
GRAND CEJNTKA.L
"EC O T XI Xs .
3MAHA , - SEBBA8EA
The largest and best hot between Chicago
in 1 San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th , 1S73.
s30 tf HKO. THKALL. Proprietor.
United States Hotel ,
COK. DOUG LAB AND TEh'TII STREETS.
milEUNDERSIONCD nspeclfnlly announ-
I < es that he has purchased and refi td the
aboi H' tel , and is now readr to tccommodate
th public , witk board liy da v i r wek , at reasonable
enable rates. WILLIAM LEIIlt. Prop.
California House.
FEITZ HAFHER , Prop'r.
Nit. 17aDouglasMreet , corner llth , Unt ha ,
Nebraska Board by the day or week.
lime 1. vl _
Central House
> o. 630 fiiteintli Street ,
Opp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEPH DOTE. Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable rate * .
First-clas * bar attached tg tb.o house ,
HOTJSE.
On 9th , let. Farnham and Karnty Street * ,
HAS been entirely rcfitttod ard refurnished.
and will accommwlate all to the beat 01
board at $1,50 per day ; 40c per single meal.
C , V , & S , M , HABRYHAN ,
1y28dly. Propr tors.
Southern Motel.
Fronting oa 4th , Stb tnd Walmititi , ,
St , Louis , - Mo.
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
The Southern Hotel is SrsNcleu ! all its
ipr ointments. Its table- are at all times snp-
) lied In the creates t abundance , with all the
ielicaclcs the markets afford , Its clerks and
imployea are all polite and attentive to the
ant of th gufsts ot the note ) , 1 b re is an
mprove < l eleva or leading from the fln-t floor
o the upper one , Railroad and steamboat
cketoffi'es. news stand , -nd wevverr Snlou
ele aph offl e in the Hotunda of hotel.
"WILLTAM LATEY ,
3or. 16th aud Webster ; Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ot
iltOCElMES and
"WILLIAM SEXAUER.
2E rutJi iam Street , - - Omahi , Neb
WHOLESALE AND BrTAlL DEALEB U
URNITDRE , BEDDING , ETC ,
X 3T 3J
DEALER IN
'ruits , Confectionery ,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
215 Douglas , bet. llth aid 1 Street.
JAHA , . . . KEBHA&EA.
The Slsix City and PacIHt Hallroail ,
la Cougetlca vllh tht
IOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
B2 rnlUs the shortest route from On aha
I Council Bluffs to St. Panl , Mlne
llirater , Antks , DaUtb , Bismarck , mid ill
nts IB MInnfsota.
rain leaves Omaha dally , ( excep Saturday )
o.clock p. in. , and Council Bluffs at 8.0 p-
from Chiojo 4 North-West-rn Depot.
re as LOW and lime at QUICK as
bj anj othrr Unr.
LL8AK PALACE SLEEPING CABS
ON ALL BIGHT TRAM
sure vour ticket reads VIA Sioux City ,
avoidlug circuitous rcutes and midnight
if. rs.
: kets can be rurchase-1 at the offices of the
igo A Northwt stern Railway in Omaha i _ _
: o ncll BluBs. Till
J C. BOYDEN ,
I Pa . A Ticlal AgtSt P. t S. C. R. R.
Paul , Minn.
F. C. HILL ,
I Pass , and Ticket Ajt. , S. C. 4 P. , Sioux
y , Iowa ,
GE . W. QBATTON , Ajent.
1C3 Farnham Street , Omaha , N b.
r2rt. tf.
St. , bet. Farnham and Ilarney.
nds of TJILOEpfO , CLEANING and
iPAL'-'tNG done at rouonebla rate *
rZfitf
i
23 !
OKDIKAKCE NO. 119- I ( <
Jlnance calling a special election for ( he
ese of Hubmitllng to the electors of the
thai-suing of bonds to boused lor ihi
.ruction of water troiks.
rdalded by the City Council of thcCity
Qaha.
I. That the Mayor of the City fOmiha
he Is hereby aut hoi lied and dlrecttd to
i > -csal rlecilpu fn iUd'flty.t'J't * njjd on
i dav ofOctOber'ATU. 1874 , tor the pUii
subml ting 10 the elector * of cald citv
" . ' - - "ihallbondi
Itv of Om hab issued bynald City , In
i of Four hundred Thousand (400 (
du ? in tyenlr reap , with Inter , s't at _ _
> er cent peranniip/to / b ued tor th TheB
> ef reeling or procuring the Tercctlon of I
orks in the City of Omaha. " '
IJ. i aid proposition ihall te submitted
n the foregoing "rm. and the vet thers-
ba onlv. " yes " or J ( no. "
III. Thbj Ordinance shall take effect
TheCoi
n force from an i af ler its tassage.
I I S pt 15,1571. and a 1 ji
Signed. J. S. GIBSON ,
President of Conmill. / ,
' V-
erk.
hIS7f.
The Klngof the SEWING JIACEISE WOITD > s rT < xmlncntIy as Gold EeJ S
Realms ct Finance.
SALES JfOR 1873 :
In Rotmd Numbers 232,444 Machines v
ItBelng over One Hundred and Thirteen Thouurd u.or * JUcLicrt tlic were sold \r
Sewln * Machine Coo-pany during the same tire.
It will h.ir Ij [ Mjn 4UCh evidtuce that tko kupviortty of the Slater 1 folly , - < if
IjTHE
THE SINGER MANF'G ' CO ,
. N. MASOHT , Agent , j
J ISO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , 1
WHOLESALE GROCERS ; !
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEFLE & JOHNSON ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
538 and 540 Fourteenth , Strest ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GAILAGER.
SUCChS.-01W
TO CREIG1ITON A * ? 11OBUAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
No. 10& Farnliam Street- ,
- - USTIEIB.
Jl -tiJ-tJ
aptSJIy
WHITNEY. BATJSERMAN < fc CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Ho. 247 Douglas Street ,
ILTIEIB
AGENTS FOR TIIS DUTOXT POWDER CO.
GLARE : & FRENCH ,
GROCERS !
S 1 $
Canned Goods , Dried Fruits , Green Fruits in Season ,
J 1 . \RDERS SOLICITED / ND PROMPTLY FILLED.
A. . IE. s z IM : IF s o isr/
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
DE ALSE 1ST © IGAHS.
532 IE TIFTIEIElIsrTIES : ST. ,
C. Zi. A. KLATTSS ,
288 Dodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep cons antlr on laoil the finest Mtxt of Broad Clotli. C ssniere ! and Vestlnn
which I am prepared to make uj > in tl e most Ia = Mocab > sijlcs aud te mil the mo t futldiuiu
.
it the lowest i > ouU > * e pritt JtlOdly
ROBERT C. STEEL ! , .
JEALER IN
Paints , Oils , Varnishes ,
BRUSHES , LAMP GOODS ETO.
257 Douglas Street OMAHA.
mcMSeodlT
( Jo
JOBBERS F
GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOTES and IVOHOXS.
231 Farnbam Street.
- - ICTIBB.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS ET
TAPLE A iO FANCY DRY GOODS
Mr IVotlons. flid Boots nnd Shoes.
TOHN T.
JOBBER OF
Ihelfa Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK , '
AND-
HENKY HORNSERGER.
DEALER IN
LWRS ,
dbc-tJtJo.
Fine 01d Jtentut.kjri\Tlilskies | ana IzaportH.'iJood * a S
and
lurlugton and Missouri PIver Railroad Co. , offers best tan 'sat ' low prlem on 10 tsxir
tSpc. cen.Inter st , a : d i'h bonai premium of ZOperceqt. on the aatoun.uf th
wif half the land is cultivated , wlthtn two yur from tlau of 'puTLbas * . - >
LAKQE DEDUCIOXS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
h of ? latte , | .oup Fork and Elkhom Valleys
t M. R. K. Co. Till J-U about J.OOO.COOncrw of iplen jll ( truing a J urieaitiral la a
raurad rauolry , at Irouj | l-.r < to 17.40 par acrr oil lunf cruliv.
South ofhe Piatte
in Nebraska , lnterw lbr nnmtrotji
.SOHALLtB , Agent B. & M. Land Office
Corner of Ninth and Farnham St . , Omaba
Or Gweral Land Depulacat , Llacolaf ? f