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THE OMAHA BEE
WEDNESDAY , SEPT. 23 , 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPEK OF THJi C1TV.
31' ' THE 031AHA DAILY BEE
fa erred to Bnbscnbers by carrier , to any
j art ol tbe city , every eveninz , ( Sundays ex-
. ( pled , ) nt filteen t nts per eek , or JS..5IOI
ix months , and 7.00 peranuuin , when palil
All complaints about irregularities , addressed
thii office will receive promi.t attention.
TBE OMAHA DAILY BKK will le mailed U
. ubscribcn at tbe following ratea , ajable Invv
lably in advance :
3.75 " 6 .ouths.
run OUABA DAJLY BEK has By far th
t ARUEST circulation in the city , and 1 :
btrcfore , the beet and cheapcit suivertisin ;
1UTES or ADVKRTISISO. Local notices ,
> ft per line : local xdverticeuients , 21
-eitapzr line ; by the month , 10 cents. N <
vuTcriiiCjnent inbertod for less thzn 60 cent ;
- ) | ± u notices , 10 cents per line ; fincle Inscr
lot. . . cot lets than 25 cents.
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i < 4iJ lor In advance.
lUves for standing advertisement ! hy spec1'
All Legal Notices , Statemcnta , Tabuh :
Wort , etc. , requiring careful revision by copi
ari-ruof to be furnished , must be handed i :
tirforc ten o'clock A. M. to innurb insertion tb
-I'Xial and Local aJvcrtitemeiiU before tw
' > -k . M.
-tdrertbemcntA t > eiore one o'clock P. X.
All advertisements for tbe VKKKLT BE
r.nst be handed lu before Monday ni/on , for tt
F.IHP week's iarne.
Time Cn/Tl of flte Builliu ton It..til
LXAVK OMA1IA. ABK.VF AT UUAUA.
Expres * .2:50 P. M I i jcpnss . 'J-.55 A. i
lUil . , . . . -5UX ) A. M. | Slail . . . . . .10-l5 V >
eunday fiitited. > Jondiiy8 excrpte
This la tbe only line running Pullman IIoU
Dining u > rg. '
J ) . W. HITCHCOCK , UAUBTP DEUEL ,
Ceo'Ltfl. . 1 * &s.Agt. IkVet Agent.
Chicago , 111. Omaha , Nt
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Sundays tiCtpted. titondaye ezcvple
CUIcaso NortiiveMfru. .
1 Mall .M. 10:40P.J
.2 0 P.M. "ICKU" " ' A.
KBUBUB City , St. Jo. & Couui-II IIIu t
Morning Eznrcss. . . 5 0 A. M. 10.00 A. J
fan KrcnlnR Express. . .Z-M P. M. f 40 P. !
Omaha A ; INortUweotcrn and Sloti
Cltr & 1'ncltlc.
Utlly except Sundays
and KaKgage Waoue leave tl
ffice , corner Famhara and Ninth etrects , t
een mlnntag hi advance of the above Kallrni
Chicago and all Eastern cities , Nebrasl
City , Platuc-outu , Council BluUa nnd Burlin
ton , dueatlOSSUa.in.clo e at4JWa. m. ai
I p. m.
ft. Louis and St. Joseph , due at 10 00 a. r
ant 7 p. m. ; closes at 1:45 p. m. and 4.3U a. i
Office open Sundays Irom 12 to 1 p. m.
O 11 YOiT. Postmaster.
Republican Conuty Convention.
A Republican County C nventlr.n for Toiicl
bounty will IK b' Id at ihe Court Ilou'c in tl
City of Ouiaha , on Tue-day , tlicG h day ot U
tober , A. . 1871 , at 2 o'clmk p. m , for tbe pu
jioseof placing in nomination Two Sen to :
and Sic Raprrsentatlves to the LcglaHture , ai
one County Oimmisaiovcr , 'o b- voted for Mt t
etationtu b bcM up Ouober nth , 1871 , nt
tr the purpose of trausictlnc u hoth-r bu <
nrss us cornea properly before said Cm entl :
Each Ward < n the I ity of Omaha will e c ;
titled to Kov n DcieRoit . an 1 eaih p ocinctou
rid ' ol uld city , three ( B ) Delegates to taij Cpi
i'nai ry clcctiors for thr purpose' f chno'lr
aacu if rsate > are herebv tulled lor Saturda' '
tbe 3d d > ' of OctoU r , the po"ln to IM. pc i In tl
city of iiui Jfrom4 to7 < > 'co ! kp ma di
the other pre lijpt.ii ni 6 to K o' lo k p. m
None but well known Rejiubliran voters wi
be allowed tovoUati > ad | Primary il-ctioun , an
in the city of OniHl a , u * > pirs n will b Howe
t ) vote unless duly iPnislft'U or identified t
th eatisf > ctionot tbe Judges f election us In
ire e properly qunliflxl Ucpub 1 an votT of 1 1
Wtrd where his ballot i > otl n < l.
The followlne are drsl uated a I laces whci
nifh primary elfctlons wl 1 IK : made.
I.t Ward At Turner' * I'all.
d Van' A 1 1 he old Douglas House.
J Waid At Engine Hon e.
.h Warl At' iiy hnslneer' * Office.
vij Ward-AtEil I > alliiwVouChi < a OEtrccl
/.li Ward At Knjllipjlou-o.
UaiuM Precinct At Knight's School ITou > e
Valley Pjecinct At Whltb'M Store. Vi-lle
K ; rencc Prf .Inct At Florence Pcnool 1'ous
i Hlcipo Preclni t At lUinrn Station House
ifc rdli lre > 'lu t t \rdleAclinol oui
Elkharu Prixlnct-At Elkl.orn Citvchoo
t'aratnra Precinct At Svat Ri School Ifo-sc
J)3USl s Precini-t At Jo-lCriffl , 'v R. a "lenci
maha Precinct At O. B Scl en's Re
Mil rd Precinct M Mlllard's Station IIousi
By order of the Douglas County Repnblicai
Committee.JOEL T. GltlF IN. Chairman.
JOHN SI. THL'RSTON ' SecreUrv.
Bepnbllcan Convention for 25th Eopre-
from th scvnrnl counties f f the
2.Mh representative Di trict will me tat tbe
Grad Central llotl , i omaha , on Tu sdav ,
Sptem' < r 23t'i. ' 1871 , at 3 o'clock pm.fr tbe
purpc of maVInz n nomln tion for a Itepre-
eentatlve for said district for the next Legisla
ture.The oountl's composing satd district , acd the
mimticTOf delegetes each arc n titled to , are as
follow * :
arpy _ _
By order Republican District Committee.
ELAM CLARK , rhalrman.
Kf i ublican pajxrs of the District plcasocopy.
T 'ADTFK'H.NmLie t
r. 'HO or rDAILV BKK I. more
Jbin donble tbnt < < r any oilier dally
apcrpnblUlieU In IVrbmika
Eighty-five cts per can is the price
of fresh Baltimore oysters which
arrive daily hy express at Peycke's
Tbe Young Men's Republican
Club meeting baa been postponed
till Thursday evening.
The Chicago & Northwestern
railway have received forty miles of
steel rail , to be laid on the Iowa di
vision of the road.
Sixteen ears of Montana cattle
and nine cars of tea will be among
the freiRht that will go Ea t to
day from this city.
Capt Garter , our nest Govern
or , and Judge Morris , of Crete , were
at the Metropolitan yesterday. Tn
company with Gen. J. M. Thaycr ,
they left for Blair , where they
spake last evening.
A human curiosity in the per
son of Charles Decker is now In this
city , fctoppingat the Allan tic House.
"Mr. Decker is 24 years of age , is
four indies smaller than Torn
Thumb , and next to Commodore
.Nutt is the smallest man in the
world. He is a very bright , intelli
gent and witty gentleman , and has
attained quite a national reputation ,
as he has traveled nil over the coun
try. Ho is engaged in selling his
own photographs and a sketch of
his Jiff. He will be here during the
Clark &AVarden will begin moving -
ving their stock into their new and
elegant brick stable on upper Fanv
ham street , to-morrow.
.Lorenskl.the fellow that "Leaf
the town , and then "skipped , " die
some Insurance business while here
and that fact accounts for every
Over four hundred firemei
from the neighboring cities will b
in attendance at the firemen's an
nual parade in this city , next week
The parade will be the finest aflai
of the kind ever gotten up in thi
Jim Stephenson , yesterda ;
made complaint at the Police Cour
against a party by the name of Gil
bert , for abusing a horse by over
driving. The examination of th
case was set for half past ten o'clock
Some sharpers , we are in
formed , are obtaining cheap cigai
atS25per thousand on credit , an
doing them up in tin foil and fane
boxes are selling them at an in
nienbc profit for ca&h. It's tb
tin foil that catches the victim1
who imagine they are investing i
a tip-top cigar.
Fifteen cars of tea left this cit
at 10:30 a m. , Sunday , and arrive
in Chicago at 12:20 p. m. , Monda :
making the run in 25 hours and f
minutes. Another train of 21 car
on the same day , followed at 3:30 ]
m. , arriving in Chicago at 5 30 ]
in. just 2C hours. This is the fas
est freight time ever made on an
of the roads between Omaua an
Yesterday a mad dog wi
discovered in the vicinity of Alle
& Jensen's drug store. Charlc
Eoberts , the clerk , fired his revolvi
three times at the bydrophobii
canine , hitting him each timein tl
head , but without killing him. M
Gibson , president of the city coui
qll , fahot him once , andagentlemai
whose name we did not ascertai
from the government corral , i
nally killed him. A large oro\v
was collected by the reports of tl
A gentleman who is a cot
slant reader of the Herald , rushf
into tbeoMlco of that pppor th
morning , and frantically exclaimei
"Where can I find that ton of tt
man who parts his name in tl
middle ? " "Whom do you mean 3
was the interrogatory put to him i
return. "I mean , " said the gentli
man , "a party by the name of Mo
ton. I have read so r uch in tl
Herald concerning the remarkab
family of Mortons , that I am an :
ious to get a view at one of them.
DONT FORGET ! The , Varii
ty Bazar" will -during this wcc
RE3IO VE to Us new stqra , Cftrm
IZth and Douglas street. Meai
while Ebcrhart continues as partm
at old Stand. You can secure BL
BARGAINS in anything befot
present s'ock isremoved. J
F. A. Schneider and family le.
yesterday for the East.
Hon. A.S. Paddock came up fror
Beatrice yesterday afternoon.
Charles C. Norton , U. S. A. , is a
the Grand Central
Mi > s Lida Patrick returned Mon
day from Salt LtL'c. :
Mr Thomas Riley , of the firm o
Riley & Dellone , left for the Wes
Monday on business ,
C. S. Blackmail , a well knowi
Chicago commercial traveler , Is a
General Superintendent Clark , o
the Union Pacitic lailway , will ar
rive home from the \Ve.-t on Tburs
Judge Kaley , of Rod Cloud , wh <
is stumping the State in company
wi'h our next" Governor , Captair
Garber , was at the Metropolitar
President Dillon , of the Union
Pacific , will arrive to day in the
Director's car , which was sent tc
Xew York for him. He Is accom
panied by a party of directors of the
The followmcare the arrivals at
the " \VVOQIHIK :
Henry Evans , North Platte ; R
"Wright , Springfield , Iowa ; G W
Bowdish , do ; M H Shaw , West
Point , Neb ; W B Keith , Chicago ; J
L Overtoil , Trenton , N J ; Sim W
Cantrcl , Pine Grove , Cal. ; A Nance ,
Columbus , Jveb ; Guss Ford , Ogden ;
W W McLain , city ; James A
Bracken , LeneTree ; Frd MahnSan
Francisco ; H Giboans , U P R R ;
LL Bloom , BurLngton ; J D Simp
son , Plattsmouth , J B Cameron.Fre-
mont ; Wm HockenberryIowa City ;
H C Saddler , Dubuque ; W R My
ers. Cbicaga ; H E Jennison , do ; W
I White , Harrisburg , Chas Buck-
ner , Rawlins , W T ; H D Peterson ,
Jo ; J A Fairbanks , Lincoln ; F T
Murray and family , San Francisco ;
N R Bersuage , Lone Tree ; Mrs Ho-
man , Wisner ; Mrs Johnson , do ; E
M Clark , do.
The following are the arrivals at
lie Metropolitan Hotel :
Mrs Shockley , Denver ; H Kalev ,
sllas Garber , Red Cloud ; J M Thay-
sr , Lincoln ; W H Morris , Crete ; E
IDevolt , Chicago ; Patrick Fahy ,
Lincoln ; RR Fulsom , Tekamah ; O
Solomon , Salt Lake ; D C Guthrie ,
: ity ; A K Hays , do ; A W Clarke ,
Jellevue ; N Perry , Chicago ; W E
'arvis ; ICiverton , Iowa ; J Campbell ,
lo ; A Cochran , Council BlulT ; J C
ilooro , Cedar Rapids ; W E Lang-
oy , Missouri Valley ; W C Mills ,
Clinton , Lma.
NEW GOODS AT BCSIIJIAN'S.
Th > lat st styles in suits at sur-
rising low figures sold by
selScodtf M. HELLMAN & Co.
Bor your Dry Goods at the Cheap
iish Store. E. H. 8amory , 559 j
3th street Bept21-tf
Iowa Coal , 57.03 per ton , deliver-
1 by Perry & Yeomans , General
gents , EcJipse Coal and Mining
D. , Des Moines , olUce 508 13th
reet , between Farnham and Doug-
3 streets. sept 11m.
A Eattling Eat Story A Eat Buns uj
on the insida of a Man's Pantaloons.
A rattling rat excitement trans.
pired at the BEE office last evening
and any one who has experiencec
the terrible sensation produced by z
rat running up inside of the panta
loons , will appreciate the unpleas
ant situation in which Mr. Johr
Richards , proprietor of the Illinoi :
House , was placed One of the em
ployes of the BEE office had brough
up into the counting-room from thi
press-room a trap containing a ra
of immese size. Mr. Richard
Is the owner of a very valua
able rat dog , and he an <
his ratter were called in. Quite i
crowd of men assembled to see th
fun. It was noticed that there wer
two or three rat-holes in the coun
ting-room , and to prevent the escap
of the rat , in case the dog misset
him , each hole was guarded by i
gentleman , who placed his foot eve
it. JMr. Richards was one of thos
who thus .stood guard. All being ii
readiness tne door of the trap wa
thrown open , and the rat was mad
to jump out. He struck th
floor right side up , am
the dog sprang for him , but missei
him. The rat doubled on the dog
and then made a bee-line for th
hole guarded by Mr. Richards , th
canine being in hot pursuit Th
rat had probably been through tha
hole many a time before , and nol
withstanding it was complctel ,
covered by the'foot of Mr. Richard ;
he disappeared from sight to th
great astonishment of the dog an
4he crowd as well.
"He's gone , sure enough , " CM
"No , he isn't , " shouted MJ
Richards , "here he is up my pantx
loons. " . Mr. Richards stood thei
shaking with his arms spread out , i
ir receiving an electric shock , an
he certainly appeared as if ho wei
desperately trying to shrink bin
self into nothing. However , he ha
the presence of mind not to attemj
to get at the rat with his hands , fi
had he done so , he would undoubtoc
ly have received an ugly bite. TL
crowd comprehended the predicj
ment ho was in , and hurriedl
coming to his rescue , they quickl
pulled off his pantaloons , when tb
rat juipped out , much to Mr. Ricl
ards' relief , and again made for th
hole , but was captured by the do
and killed. Mr. Richards declare
that he never again wants to expt
care about any morp rats running u
NEW GOODS AT BUSHMAN'S !
Republican County Conventlor.
A Republican County Conveutioi
for Douglas county will be held a
the Court Houseiu thocity-of Omn
ha , ou Monday , the2Stb dayofSej :
tember , A. D. 1874. at 2'o'clock ' } :
m. , for the puqjose of selecting
delegates to the Convention callei
for the following day to nominate i
representative to the -LegisJatur
from the 25th district.
Each ward iu the city of Ornah :
will be entitled to three delegates
and each precinct outside said cit ;
to one delegate , to said convention
Primary elections for the purposi
'choosing such delegates are here
by called for Saturday , the 26th da :
of September , the polld to be opel
In tbe pity pf Omaha from 4 to '
o'clock p. m. , and in thp other precincts
cincts from 5 to 8 o'clock p."m. *
The County Fair.
To-day is the first day of tne Doug
las County Fair , which will conthi'
ue till F.ijay. ] Tlje principal busi
ness transacted thus far has been o |
a preliminary character the recep
tion , arrangement , and entry of ar
ticles and stock for exhibition.
Luingtho ) | three following days our
citi/ens will be well repajd by a visit
to the Fair Grounds , as the display
will be an extensive one. Many ex
hibitors who Intend to be at the
State Fair will display their articles
at the County Fair.
We understand that there will be
several Interesting trials of speed by
our fast horses , on the afternoon of
Busses will run at short intervals
between the terminus of the street
railway and the fair grounds , while
carriages will convey passengers
from the hotels.
Worthy Grand Cnief Templar
Fairbanks , of Lincoln , is in the city
on a visit.
Fresh Tafiy and Caramels at the
the Omaha Candy Factory. Fresh
broken stick candy at half price.
H. L. LATEY ,
s7tf Douglas st , cor. 12th ,
Overcoats made up in the best
style , for comfort as well as ele
gance , at very moderate prices.
s5 eed tf M. HELLMAN & Co.
WINDOW SHADES & TRIMMINGS.
Tinted shade cloth , white linen
Hollands , band shades , store shades
ind cords and tassels to match.
JOHN B. DETWILER ,
Carpet Store , 14th street , oetween
Farnham and Douglas.
BUY your Hats- and Caps at the
riheap Cash Store. E. H. Samory ,
559 IGth street. sept21tf
WALL PAPER for sale very cheap
it JOHN B. DETWILEU'S
Carpet Store , 14th street between
? arnham and Douglas.
You can always find the largest
, nd best assortment of
MAI'S AND RUGS
at JOHN B. DETWILEB'S ,
4th street , between Farnham and
Douglas btreets. s3 atfwlt.
READ the ne * advertisement of
f. Hcllman & Co. septloeodtf
BUY your Boots and Shoes at the
heap Cash Store. E. H. Samory ,
59 16th street. eept21tf
Our Saundcrs County Letter.
HAUXDEUS COUNTY , Sept. 21.
EDITOR BEE :
We find the feeling existing
among the farmers of this countj
far more buoyant than we anticipa
ted. Wheat , oats and flax crop :
average better than they have foi
years. Considering the light wheat
crops and abundance of corn real
Ized in Douglas and m the more
nortii and western counties , UK
farmers here expect to obtain , befon
spring , as fair a price for wheat a :
their neighbors will for corn ; so witl
this prospect as a consolation thej
mourn but little over the devasta
tions of the grasshoppers , but just a
present they arc not particularly wel
pleased with the price of wheat , am
many are feeding it to their hogs
calculating thereby to realize ;
greater profit than by stlliuj
their pork at the present , lov
prices and holding whea
for an advance in tin
market. Nor do they think favorably
of disposing of their hogs to west
ern buyers , claiming that even nov
they can ship to Chicago , add tin
cost of transportation , and maki
fifty per cent , more on their sale ;
than by selling here. Thus it oc
curs that those buyers who ar
shipping both east and west I
points where feed is cheaper , ar
shipping poor ard half-fed stock
which they obtain at low figure
from farmers who are obliged ti
sell , and from those who are no
anxious , owing to the high price o
feed , to uintsr and. fatten them
Taking the general yield of thi
season throughout the entire Stat
into co sideration , Saunderscuint ;
has little to comply in of , bcyom
the present wet weather , \ hich fo
the time interferes with their thesb
ing and bay-making , and this sam
complaint arises from all sections
are slow , and but little interest i
shown , beyond a desire to see am
hear Saint Patrick O'Bannoi
O'Hawes , and to oust at thecomiii ]
election their present county com
missioners , who , they claim , hav
been extravagant enough to rende
the out-lay in Baunders count ;
equal to that in Douglas , which ha
twice the population.
is a topic in which considerable in
terest is shown , as there is consid
erable rivalry existing between th
two coun ties of Saundcrs and Dodge
in regard to running horses. Si
far Sauuders is head , and is pridhi ]
herself on the fact that the Dodgite
have yet to bring forward a hora
superior to "Granger , " of Wahoo
also , that the challenge to run a fee
race of a hundred yards , given bi
James White , of Eotena , remain :
OMAHA NEWSPAPERS ,
The BEE is the favorite , has ai
extensive circulation and is aregu
lar weekly visitor in almost everj
family. It is regarded as the lead
ing paper of the State , with th <
ablest ana most enterprising editor
On Inquiring at several post offices
for a copy of the Jlcpublican wt
\\eretold that possibly we mighl
find a copy or two at Ashland , and
had we come a year or two soonci
we probably would have been able
to obtain one at Wahoo ; but as the
paper had 110 spirit , energy or progressiveness -
gressiveness about It , and as the
fanners were live wide awake men ,
the paper had in the last year lost
its former patronage , and was now ,
but a melancholy rcmjnlscenco in
the minds of exceedingly old
It' the Union is desirous that its
existence should be known in this
section , wo would advise it to send
a few copies gratis , provided , of
course , it could find a man who
would consider It worth taking out
of the post-office.
Now and then at long intervals
we see a copy of the Herald , and
yesterday we were somewhat agree
ably surprised at a piece of informa
tion given us by a lady friend of
Doctor Miller , who emigrated a few
years ago from Missouri and squat
ted on a piece of land hero. It waste
to the effect that the Omaha Herald
was the only Omaha paper that
ever should come into her house ,
as it was the only goo-1 religious or
gan published in Omaha , and for
that icason the only one fit for a
family of children to read , and as
she intended only Christian influ-
3iice to come in cantaot with her
children , she would patronize onl\
Doctor Miller , who she believed was
the only Christian and God-fearing
editor in Omaha. A. V. C.
NEW GOODS AT BUSHMAN'S.
I have established a depot for the
ale of choice butter exclusively I
select my butter in Iowa myself , and
? ay the cash for it , thus securing
> reference over time purchasers. I
ihall endeavor to have always a
; tipply on hand. I sell as low as a
ingle pound , and always for cash.
! am to be found opposite the new
> ostoffice on Fifteenth street , two
leers north of Harris' meat market.
It * X. TJaiiEU.
Now , if you want BARGAINS ,
; o to FREDERICK'S HAT STORE.
ust Received Elegant
jr Gents , Youths , and Children.
latest Styles Out !
CHEAPEST IN TIIK CITY 1 !
LOOK AT THEM' ! !
NEW GOODS AT BUSHMAN'S !
One first-class Shirt Ironer and'
olisher , oneg od Plain Ironer , and
ae good Starcher. To persons who
in fill these places , steady employ-
tent will be given.
621tf 515 and 517 12th st.
JESTSEE McKelligon-s card on
cond page. June2-tf *
George rranois Train's Boys in lake
( Extracts from a letter from the
well known artist who went abroad ,
says The Auburn Advertiser , to
paint for a New York Club a full
length portrait of Marshal McMa-
hou , President of the French Repub
VEVEY , SWITZERLAND , )
August 17th , 1874. J
it # * * *
STEAMER ACROSS THE OCEAN.
Here I am in tbe on\\'lgnuine He- ,
public on the face of the eartL
' Bean Swisse " My passage oul
per S. S. City of Chester , was pleas-
ent , fin < s weather and the freedom
of the ship from Capi. Kennedy
We made a splendid run into
Queenstown , in S days and 4 hours ,
beating the "Adriati " three hourc
for the U. S. Mails , and won ! The
"Pool Club" run tbe ship ( on deck ) ,
and Win. E. Mac run the clubi
I won three pools of the eight 3C
shillings sterlings each , which paid
my wine bill. MEAT three times t
day , a cocktail atlunch , wine at din
ner , and ale vith rarebit at the Eu
chre Club , 10 p. m. Bran bread will
do very well in N. Y. , but meat and
wine for the Ocean and Continent !
London is a dirty old swindle. Paris
as beautiful as ever no traces o :
My stav at Geneva was verj
pleasant as you will see by my let
ters to the Albany Argus. The daj
before yesterday 1 arrived at Vevy
and called upon Mr. Sillig , vhost
college is so widely known , whc
presented me to the
CHIPS OF THE OLD P.LOCK ,
the young Masters Train sons o
George Francis and splendid boys
they are. Goo F. junior , is a youni
Chesterfield in speech and manners
and Elsey is all that with a touch o ,
Itii father , added.
I saw the boys last evcningSuiv (
day ) at their athletic sports , and af
terward in swimming. George F
jumps , vaults , and rows a boat lik (
a professor. Els y is a little tot
heovy for the air , but in the lake h (
is as graceful as a swan , and swim ;
and dives like a duck. I was charm ,
ed with the youths , and they seen
to be pleased at meeting an olc
friend of their father's. I acquaint
ed them with havingjust left theii
father at Saratoga , and said every
tiling that two such splendid boys
should hear of their paternal
from a friend whose experience
haj taught him just what , and jus
what nor , to impress upon such tint
lads. The boys expect me to swirr
with them to-night in the lake , li
will be my first bath in Switzerland
To-morrow we are to ramble t (
Montrcuse and Chillon. I shall re
main here two weeks and return tf
Paris vi * Berne and Neuchatel. ]
am well pleased with Mr. Sillig , whc
has the finest place of its kind I have
W , EMACMASTECS. .
YOUTHS' & BOYS' CLOTHING
IT. BRASH t BRO. ,
Corner 12th and Faruham street ,
The picture sale last evening al
the Republican office was well at-
tended. The steel engravings and
finest chomos were reserved for to
night's ' saie. The sale is perempto
ry , and will be continued until the
the entire collection is closed out.
This is a rare opportunity which our
citizens should not miss. Sale to
night at 7 o'clock.
GRAY & ALLKX ,
sept 22 2t Auctioneers.
One new Grover & Baker sewing
machine ; one folding-top Singer
machine , almost new ; one Home
shuttle npchjnejiiseO ; ony 2 months ,
also jack screws , plows , patent
swing" , and other useful articles at
Cussen's auction rooms , corner 16th
and Dodge St , , at 10 o'clock , Thurs
day. Sept. 24th , 1874.
HATS , CAPS , TRUNKS & VALISES
H. BRASH &
Corner 12th and Farnham streets.
TYPE FOP. SALE I
A Foul of Bourgeois Type , of
which th's is a sample , weighing COO
Ibs. This type has been iu use on
the Daily BEE less tban one year ,
and is nearly as good as new.
For terms &c. , address
E. ROSEWATER ,
u f. Publisher of the Bee
Boys' ' , j'ouths' ' and children's
slothing ; the best varieties and sold
very low at
se5eodtf M. HELLMAN & Co.
BETSWORTH'S CELEBRATED DEEP
SEA BRAND OYSTERS.
Che best flavored Oyster in the
narket TAKE NO OTHER.
For sale at wholesale by
J. C. ROSENFELD ,
General Northwestern Ag't
Send for Price List. s9 1m.
Store room No. 202 , Faruham St. ,
brmerly occupied by Smith Saun
ters' dry goods store. Inquire at
Itate Bank , s8 Iw.
Indian Curiosities at No. 170
arnham street , corner llth street ,
may 7-tf. _
For fine clothing and furnishing
oods to suit the fall and winter
lason , call at
selSeodts M. HELLMAN & Co.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Ono Full Cabinet Wheeler and
Vilsou Sewirg Machine , with all
ae latest improvements. Itisnew
as never been run. Inquire at the
; EE office. augl"-tf
DYEING , cleaning and repairing
one in the neatest manner , at the
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
) th Stl/et. Farnham and Douglas ,
GEO. H. l' TERSON , tne piouee
gar manufacturer , keeps con-
antly on hand the very best
ands of cigars , and also T one
ick , Fruits and Flowers , and
Durham" Smoking Tobacco.
1 Douglas street
Any quantity of furnishing goods ,
ch as shirts , underwear , socks ,
j. , from the "finest" to lower
ades , sold very cheap at
selSeodtf M. HELT.MAN & Co ,
NOTICE. AdTertiSfUients of To Let , Fo
Sale , Loct , Wants , Found , Boarding , &c. , il
beIn'erted in these columns once for TEJ
CENTS per line ; each uubswiuent insertion
FIVE CEF S per line. The firit inscrtloi
ne er lessthvi TWENTY-FIVE CFNTS
WANTA girl , to work In a small , prl
rate family. Immediate' ? Inquire a
639 Eleventh street , let. Douglas and Dodic.
_ septC6t :
fTlAKEN UP A dark Irown cow. 9 year
I old The owner can get the same by | TOT
lug property and paying charges
S3S Sixteenth st , north of Farnahm.
sepl22 3t *
A FhW first class boarders wanted at Mis
JDav Bu hes' 658 lith , bet. Cap. are. an <
venport. Oooi table. htpi22tl
RENT -My residence , N. W. corcer 19tl
FOR Chicago streets. S. V.'RIGUT.
T\7 ANTED A Bu-.ines Partner with abou
VV SSOOina manufacturing business estit >
lished five years. Apply personally or by let
ter. liootu 9 , Vischcr's block , Omaha , Nc
FOR P.CNT 17th anl dp. Avenue
HOUSE fa. A. TAYLOR i Co.
TIANO FOR RENT.
1 S. A. TAYLOR 4 Co.
FOR RENT Ninth and Capita
HOtfSE . S. A. 'JAYLOR i Co.
OUSE FOR RENT- h and Cass. Pos
iess on given about O < t. 1st.
sept 21 tf S. A. TAYLOR & Co.
FOR RENT-18th and Cass.
HOUbE S. A. TAYLOR & Co.
TO LOAN Inquire at Lavr Offic
MONEY . BEALb.Rooin 9. Viicher's Bloc !
KEAT bargains in real estate , for sale lot
in Mock S3 , with all improvements 'hen
ou situated on UotlgeStriet.betwccu 13th < ) tllt
Streets , at tbe low pi ice of 85,500. Knqulre e
M. HELLMAN 4 CO. Corner of Franham .
thirteenth Streets. si 4 d 30 t.
MAO KENT house with six rooms. Charlc
i an * 3d Stniun a Addition. Inquire i
Judge Porter's office. septl2dtf
.TT ANTED American , ( Jerman , Norwcgla
V V Swedish , or Irish Urls , to work In hotel :
restaurants and private families. Inquire I
Cot rill A Co , Employment Bureau , 527 Fi ]
teenth Stre t , opposite Post Office. 0 | > tI2dtf
lousd and lut next north of C. E. } est
I residence is lor n le at the low price (
irifleniore than the cost of lu <
$ j,500--a prov <
mt-nts. Inquire of E. W. AMBROSE , Attoi
ncy , near head of Domlis street.
Any one wanting to sell orei
change any kind f busimss , Li-use loU
'ands or luerchan use , call on ui. We hav
chauces entirely in our hands , affording ih
Ixbt investment fur capital , both small an
great CO 11 KILL & CO. , Exchange and U > 1
letting Bureau , 531 ISih street , 01 po Ite P > i
Office. neil2Jtf |
THE TuoiaU The undersigned ha
TO opened an office for cm * loyment of mal
and temale help fur stores , offices , bouses , prl
vale families , "tc Allinvantof the same , o
uantini ; employment , please aill on u <
COTTKILL A Co. , Exchange und Eraploymen
Bureau. 53115th street , opposite Post Office ,
et ju2 Itf
T'TTANTED A girl to do general houspwor !
Y V at 418 Davenport at. auff25J if
S 4 LK SCO acres of land two milts trot
FOR , on the O. N. W. R. R , in Cumin
( o. , Nebraska , at 8 .60 per acre in cash , or ha ]
down and balance In one year at ten ir enl
Apply at "Groit West rn Land Agency , " 13
and 13 ? Farnham Street Ouiaha. au l7dtf
TO LOAN On approved persons
MONEY , also City and Coimtr Warrant
bought and soil. Inquire at Law Office of 1
W. i. Richards. No. 490 13tb fat. , Ouiaha.
TORE TO RENT 198 Douglas trct. . In
i quire ot WEBBER 4 BE1IM.
Day boarder" , at th touthwcs
WANTED 10th anil HarneT ats.
BETAIL CASE PMCMSEffi
For Sewing Machines.
In order to make room for our new styles , we
have put In PERFECT order all of our old
stock , including second-band , and oiiir thcta at
QUEATLEV REDUCED prices , fpr CASII ,
BEAR IN MINI )
EVERY " IIOWE " BOUGHT OK US and
our AUTHORIZED canvassers 1 TARRANT-
ED , and INSTRUCTION given , at WE haye $
REPUTATION TO § U5TAIN , Experience
proves a machine WITHOUT Instruction is
\VORSE than NONE at all.
CAUTION. We know of large lots of worth
less machines bought at low Cjui es , that are be
Ingpalmed off on the pubjic fet nearly 3,3 good
is new. Persons that do not want to run th
risk of being swindled should NEVER buy o
IRRESPONSIBLE puartles , as they have NO
reputation AT STAKE , as have old established
THE HOWE MACHINE CO. ,
auZlOdlm 430 13th Street.
H , CANDRIAN ,
Grinder Polisher ,
3fflce : 518 13th Street ,
OMAHA , SEU.
Orders laken for Silver Plating.
AH orders by mall will bo Dromptly attended
3th St. , bet. Farnbam and Ilarr.cj.
11 kinds of TAILORING , CLEANING and
REPAIRING done at reasoneble rate *
he Bee JobPrinting House
EXECUTES AtL EISDS OF
BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING
EBT BEST STYLES
AND AT TIIB
Lowest Gash Prices.
bmpetent icorkmcn are in charge of the
era ! departments , and FIRST-CLASS work
1 be turned out In either
iglish , , ,
or Danish Languages.
VOrden may to Mt at tbe BEE count'
Boom or. , forwarded by uall and will
i prompt attention.
LIQUOriS , WINES , ETC.
t § 5 !
- - 3-
O -W _ a
P. N. GLYN1P
miOLEaALB AND EETAIt. D lit IB IN
Wines , -Liquors , Segars
TOB\C 0 AXD PIPES.
KSTCulifornls Wines and
Corner of 15' h and Dodge streets oppoiite th
new Post Office buildinz. Omaha , Nebie25t
Bavarian Hotel , .
Cor , 13th 1 Leaven worth Sts ,
Board by the day and week. Finest brand :
of all class.of Liquon , Scgars ia. Freah Lagei
constantly on hand.
je25-3m CHAS. HART Prop.
GRAND CENTRA !
"EZ O * Z * 23 X .
DMAHA , - HEBBASZA
The largest and best hot between Chicago
Opened new September 30th , 1S73.
e30 tf UEO. THUALL. Proprietor.
United States Hotel ,
COR. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREETS.
milEUNDERSIONED rupcctfnlly announ-
I ecu that he has purchased and refi ted < he
aboie H > tcl , and it now ready to xccommodatc
th- public , with board by day rr we k , at reasonable
enable rates. WILLIAM LEHR. Prop.
' 74 1
FEITZ HAFMEE , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglai Street , corn-r llth , Oix ha ,
Nebraska Board by tha day or week.
lune 1. vl
o. 630 f-ixteeath Street ,
Opp. Jefferson Square , OMAHA , NEB.
JOSEPH DOTE. Prop'r.
Day and week Board at reasonable ratei.
First-class bar attached to the house.
On 9/S , bet. Farnham and Jfarney Streilt ,
been entirely refilttnl at d refurnished.
HAS will accommodate all to the best of
board at 51,50 per djy ; 40c per vnglemeal.
C , Y , & S , M , HARRYMAN ,
lT23Jly. Propr etors.
Fronting on 4th , 5th and Walnut tto , ,
St. Louis , - Mo.
Liaveille , "V ayner & Co. ,
The Southern Hotel is first-clsus in all its
api ointments. Its tables are at all times sup
plied in the grcateit abundance , with all the
delicacies the markets afford , Its. clerKs and
employes are all polite and attvntlre to the
want' of th pursts of the hotel , Th re is an
improTe-leleva or leading ! from the fir-t floor
to the pper one , Railroad and steamboat
Icketomces. news stand , and wesierr Snlon
telegraph offl > ein the botundaof hotel.
Cor. 16th aud Webster ; Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ol
225 IVwiTiam Street , - - Omah , Neb
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALKE W
FURNITURE , BEDDING , ETC.
EJ "cv x 3 > r z > OBC aa x
Fruits , Confectionery ,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
215 Douglas , bat. llth and 1 Street.
HIAUA , . . . NEBRASKA.
The Sloui City and Faclflo KallroaJ ,
IB ConiMtion wltb tat
5IOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
i G2 ml ! < the ihorteit route from Omaha
nd Connfll BInlTs to St. Fanl , Minea elli ,
tlllwatcr , Anok * , Dninth , Bismarck , and all
ilain In Mlnacsota.
Train loaves Omaha daily , ( exep Saturday )
. 6 o.cloci p. m. , and Council BIuCj at 8.05 p *
. , from Chicago A North-\Vcsttrn Depot.
areas LOW and lime as QUICK as
by any other Lino.
OMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Oil ALL NIGHT TRAINS ,
Be sure vour ticket reads VIA Sioux City ,
us avoiding circultoua routes and midnight
Tickets can bo rarchzs&l at lite offices of the
A Korthw.stt.rn Railway In Omaha
d Council Bluffs.
J C. BOYDEN.
: n'l Pas * . A Tictel Agf 6t P. & 8. C. B. B.
St Paul , Minn.
F. a HILL ,
! ! PASS , and Ticket Ajt. , 8. C. A P. , Sioux
City , Iowa.
CEO. W. GBATTON , Agent.
1C3 Farnham Street , Omaha , Neb.
rni v a ) , if. _
Notice Is hereby given to the qualified electors
the City of Om ha , flat a special Election
11 be held within and for tbe City of Omaha ,
Tuesday the 13th day of October. A.D. 1874 ,
the purpose of submitting to th-qu.ilitied
ctors of said oily tbe following proi-osl.ion ,
Shall bonds of thecitvofOmahataistacdbv
> 1 tity la 'ho sum of four hundred thousand
! lar , due in twenty years with interest at
ht per cent , per arnum , to be uv-d for the
rpc e of erecting , or procuring the erebtlon
IVater Works ID the City of Omaha. "
aid proposition , entire , sh H be wrlttea or
nied upon each ballot , and the vote tbtreon p
iU be only " Yes" or " No , " written or print-
below said proportion , up.n tha same
it said Special Election the polls will be
med at 9 o'clock A. 21. , and be kept open
ill 7 o'clock P. St. , at the following places :
st Ward at Turner Hall.
end Ward at nrine House , No. 3.
Ird Wsrd at Ensine Hous , No 2.
irth Ward at Sheriff's Office , Court House.
ih Ward at Pennsylvsnla lions * , Chicago
th Ward at Engine House , No. 1.
a witness whereof I nave hereunto set my
id. and cauj-d tha real of cald city to be
puntn affixed , tbU ITtlidiy of September ,
C. S. CHASE ,
The King of the SEWING MACHINE WORLD at r trclr.cctlr as Cold Eeisns
. I ,
Realms &i Finance.
SALES EOE 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines
TtBelng over One Hundred and Thirteen ThonMBd . rcorc JIccLJr.cs thin ere sold iy
Sewing Machine Company dining tbe same tir' tIt -
It willh.a ly U dental . .pcu uih evidence that the superiority of the Singer Is fully
THE SIBBER TOFe 00 ,
W. H. NASON , Agent ,
je ' MO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
WHOLESALE GROOERS ,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
. 3ST EB. ,
STEFXE & JOHNSON ,
538 and 5O Fourteenth , Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DOD&E
-J- " '
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCESSORS TO CREIOIITON AX3 1IOEOAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
fto. Wo Fariiliam Street ,
OIM.A : SJL - IN'IEIB.
. - - - U-JB
pr8dly _ .
WHITNEY , BAUSERMAN- .
WHOLESALE GROCERS -
2To. 247 Douglas Street , ;
- - ZKTIEIB
mch27y * AGKMS FOR TIIS DUPO.NT POWDER CO.
CLARE : & FRENCH ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
AND DEALERS IX J
Canned Goods , Dried Fruits , Green Fruits in Season. 1
ARDEBS SOLICITED / A'D PBOMPTLY FUELED. ]
. IE. S Z 3UC 3 = S O ICT ,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE
S32 s 'iFTEEasrmi ' ST. ,
C. Si. . & . .
288 Dodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep cons intly on hand the finest to k of Broad Cloth. CMsIcieres ? nd
which I am prepared to mate up in tie mist fuLionaUe Jljlta ind to tult the most fastidious
it the lowest possiueprlco. jelOdly
PUNBT , MEYER & RAAPKE ,
-.YI10r.ESALE DEALERS IN
P A Jfff v ff , f ? * ]
E AJM \ + JL WELWPW
Teas , Spices , Tobacco and Cigars.
J12 rarnLam Street , - - Oniali i
GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOYES andKOTIOXS ?
231 Farnliam Street ,
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ,
\VHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ITAPLE AND FANCY BBY GOODS
rMT Notions. id Boots nnd Shoes.
JOHN T. E GrAJS ,
Shelf i Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK , ! -
AGKICTTLTTTR AI , IMF3LEME1TTS ,
" - nAKVKSTKItH.ItBAfUlS.MOlVKIIS. D1ULL3 , HEKOiat
.N-OtASIEHN I'LOWs , rULCIV TOltS , Il.VJ.
AKK AND 1VAGOXS. rachlSy
Douglas St. , Oaialxa , STeTorasIsa ,
Tiai Old'KentuJjjjWhlskie * aud Imporlu'l. ooJs a Specialty.
ie Burhiifton and Missouri P > er Railroad Co . often best In sat lotr pricei on 10 year
Hat6 pc. dc\ . interest , > d ! ha l > nm preiulumof 20 percent , on the amount ot th
iliate , U half tne land is cnitlrated , withlu two yam from data of purchase.
LA11GE DEDUCIONS FOB CASH PAYMENTS.
irlh of ? latte , J.oup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
n. & M. R. K. Co. will MC aho.il 1.000,000acres of splon U1 trizin ; and agricultural.
11 watered country , at Irom jl-r 4 to j'.Oa per nai oa lung erwlit.
South of he Platte v
Conn any ownes a Urge body of the b st Ian 1 in Nebraska , Internede-1 by numerous
i Ijvxut to lurallroil aoj in th < Lirjeit ind best dsreloped pirt of the Staw , aa auo
utcpubUean Valley. For circulars an 1 f ull laTer nation apply to
K. SCHALLEB , Agent B. & M. Land Office
Corner of Ninth and Farnlmm Sts. , Omaha
Or General Land Department ) Lincoln , No
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