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THURSDAY , SEPT. 24 , 1
3FF1C1AL PAPEK OF IHt
Republican Comity conventioj
C-nventicn for r
A Republican County -
Cnunty will belieldat Ihe Court Hou e
tbe Gin day
C'ty of Omaha , on
tober. A. D. 1874 , at 2 o'cb-ck p. m Two , for Sci U
and Six Representatives to
County Couimiislo' er , o U voted foi
cue el-ctlon to be belJ on October 13th , 187
of transacting sin h othi i
lr the purpose
properly before said Om i
Each Ward in the < ity of Ouiaba will
titled lofeven Delegates , an I caihp-ecln
sid ol said dty , three (3) Delegates to sai
rention. . . . - .
rrim-ry elections for the purposeof rt
tnch delegate' are hereby called for Sat
i he 3d day of October , the po'ls to be . .pen
city of Omaha , from 4 to 7 o'cloik , p m. ,
the other pre inctt , Item 6 to 8 o'clo k , 1
None but well known Reiublican | vet <
be allowed to vote at Raid Primary -l : tie :
in the city of Omaha , no persn will bat
t \o-e unless duly registered or identi
the satisf ctlon ot the Judges of election
quallfitd Itepub Iran vote ]
In * a properly
Wrd where his ballot is oUerfd.
. The following are desi nated as Places
nch primary elections wi 1 l > e made.
l t Ward At Turner's
2J Wuril Atthe old Douglas House.
3d Waid At Engine Urmse.
4ih Ward At Ity I ngineer's Office.
5th Ward-AtEd. Pallow's on Chicago
Gthftrd M Enelne House.
Union Prednct At Knight's School
Valley Piwlnct At White's Store ,
Florence Prednct AtFIorenreSchool
rhicaRn Precini t At ILliorn Station
Mc rdle I'reoln t
> ElUhoru Pr.dnct-At Elk ) orn Citv
n ° arato"aPreeinrt-AtS aU > R School
D nsrlas Precimt At
WeJa Omaha Precinct A tO. B Sel ci
WMUard Precinct-/1 Millard's Station
Vv onl"r of tbo Douglas County Hep
Committee. JOEL T GJUF
JOHN M. T1IURSTON SerrcUrv
Eepntlican Convention for 25tn . '
from tbe several countiCK
Delreates Blprescn..tlve Di trlct will mel
Central I ! otel , i < mala , on Ti
Ura- EcVteml er 29tl. . 187 , a' 3 o'clock p m ,
nomin tion for a
of matin * n
Ktive lor said district for the next ]
tUTbe count.omposim ; Md district. ,
nnmt r of delegetes
Dodge - . . . . -
Cass . . .
JSy order Republican
ELAM CLARK , Hiair
District plea !
RciuUIcaC pan rs of tbe
I.V1IO * of
Ihmndonhle i t"f oilier
_ Eighty-five cis per can is the
offresh Baltimore oysters A
arrive daily by express at Pej
The base ballists ave reqt
afternoon at 4 o1
to meet every
at Jeflferson Square for practlci
paratory to the State Fair.
Daniels , the well-known
ough-bred stock man of Sarpy
a drove of bea
ty , brought up
ehort horns Tuesday evenin ,
exhibition at the County and
Patsy Lehan , a tough 5
loafer , was arrested Tuesday :
for drunkenness , and yefaterai
was discharged on his promisii
leave town within 24 hours.
A discharged soldier ni
Buckner died very suddenlyTuc
night at the "Wyoming Hole
ulceration of the bowels. He
on his way to England , where
futher.a clergyman , resides.
Martin Dunham , secretai
the 'State Agricultural Soc
wants about 1500 able bodied mi
applj' to him at once for the pos
of special policemen at the f
Fair. There's an oppening
about u dozen men.
Owing to an unexpected ]
sure of advertising upon our ' .
columns to-day , an
bcriptlon of Clark & Warden's
stable , and other items of inte
had to be most reluctantly emi
For the first time in its his
its trains <
ran one of passenger
the bridge toOmaha yesterday , ffl
to the astonishment of all who
held it It won't be long befon
the Iowa loads will follow suit.
The transfer train yester
from the East was the heaviest
ever came over the bridge , and w
all the passengers landed ou
platform , with the Illinois exi
t'Umists who had justprccedecl th
the 2eno in the vicinity of the
pot was of the liveliest charactei
_ The expenses of the fire dep
ment parade will be very hea
and it is hoped that our citizc
when called upon , will not hesil
tickets to the ball.wh
takes place in Creighton Hall
tickets should be sold to meet
_ One hundred sacksof flour v
donated to the Omaha Aid Soci
for the relief of the grasshopper
/crrers. It was a very liberal gift , t
was donated by a gentleni
who did it for charity's sa
asd- not for public prai
judge so , as
At least we
was impossible for us to 2nd out .
name , which he had roquesi
should be kept secret.
A boy , supposed to bo the t
ducted Charles Koss , of Phllad
phia , was picked upbyadetecti
.in the country a few miles frr
Lincoln , in company with an t
man , whose strange actions ni
queer stories , excited suspicioi
The detective , who , it seems , h
been on the track for some tir
past , passed through this city Tu <
day for Philadelphia , having ti
boy in charge , and also tl
old roan. The detective thin
lie has got the right bo
who greatly resembles t ]
printed cuts of him , with the e
ception of his hair , which had be <
evidently cut short.
Yesterday morning an excursit
train from Morrison , Illinois , an
ved in this city over the Chicago
Northwestern railway. The excti
sion was gotten up in the interest
the Baptist Church of Morrison , at
Cumbered about 250 persons , man
to Nebraska to loc
of whom came
nt the country with a view to I
cntinghere. The excursion divide
< nto different parties at th
Up : ne remaining here , som
* 1 * and theifflialt
afid Crete. The I
der to Lincoln ,
railway had t
&M. in Nebraska
coaches to accommc
put on extra
dnte them , and ran out ft
/our passenger cars ,
J. "W. Morse , western agent (
C. B. & Q- . left for Chicago y <
Gen. Frisbio passed throug
city yesterday , westward bouu
H. M. Atkinson" ot Brown
is registered at the Grand Cei
George "Webster , USA , and
are at the Grand Central.
J. Sterling Morton is at the G
Gen. Amasa Cobb , of Unco
at the Grand Central.
United States Marshal Daily
Dave Joseph , representing
Cincinnati house of Joseph E.
hies' Sons , grocers and deale
cigars , is at the Metropolitan ,
is a good talker , and he accord
sells stacks of goods.
"W. N. Grain , the well kno\\
surance agent , returned yest <
from the East. During hi
sence of three weeks , he att (
an insurance agents' convent !
New York , and visited India
lis and Cleveland , and had a
did time generally.
The following are the arrm
the Metropolitan Hotel :
Charles McDowell and wife , '
Platte , Neb ; P S Oliver , China ;
S Kaley , Ked Cloud ; Herm
McKoy , Brownville , Neb ; H ( .
merae , do ; S A Robertson ,
Moines ; David Hallam , Indif
J H Campbell , Omaha ; Ed L
ChicagoThomasDanmall ; and
Scotland ; Mrs Boriiby , Scotlar
The folio wins are the arnv :
the Wvommjr :
E A Scott , Dubuque , Iowa ; I
Graves , "Watertowu , N Y ; F S
Fremont , Neb ; George Lounsl
Crete , Neb ; B Lounsberry , dc
H H Frye , Owatanna ; O U Ch
Jackson , Miss ; Fred Hayfc , cil
O Boezel , Hastings ; Thos H !
Lincoln ; J O Robinson , Colui
N Millet , do ; S P Bellman , A !
Neb ; Geo'M Baldwin , Chicago
Boyd , Qokdale , Neb ,
do ; N J Miller , Des Moiqes ,
DONT FORGET ! The ,
ty Bazar" will during this
REMOVE to Us new store , C
I3lh and Douglas street. I
while Ebcrhart continues as pc
at old Stand. You can secure
BARGAINS in anything i
present s'ock is removed.
Th Cgunty Fair.
The Douglas County Fair , - \
opened Tuesday , and whicli
conclude on Friday , will
quite a success , notwithstandir
G > a r * 8 80 ncar at naud >
made in the different de
and the display is quite credil
Each afternoon interesting
will take place. We shall endi
to give a full account of the fal
morrow , when It will be undei
Now , if you want BARGA
go to FREDERICK'S HAT STORI
Just Received Elegant
for Gents , Youths , and Chih
latest Styles Out !
CHKAPEST IX TUB CITY ! !
LOOK AT THEM ! ! !
A girl to cook , wash , and i
Wages $5.00 per week.
Mits. A. J. Pori'iETOx ,
sep22t2 * 464 Dodge i
Hon. Samuel Maxwell , of
nont , is at the Metropolitan.
CALL AT O'NEILL'S
ind examine the Finest , Best
ectednd Cheapest stock of C
5IMERES , COATINGS , etc. ,
irought to Omaha. Choose 3
latterns , and I will make there
11 the latest styles , and at cxci
ugly low figures.M.
M. J. O'NEILL ,
823 lOt 217 Farnham S
We have the Purest and'dca ,
[ ARD COAL. MORRIS Rux.Bi
URa. Rusty and Black Ft.SCO'
ARBONATE and IOWA O
[ ways on hand and selling at L
it mnrket rate. " .
PRATT & ELLIOTT ,
E. ii. HEl > oTK03t & CO.
Methodist Church Block
To the Citizens of Omaha.
Havinc removed from my >
and on Farnham street , botwc
th and llth , to236 Farnham , 1
reen 12th and 13 in stree
have opened the finest and m
mpMely a < w > rted stock of Ladle
uses' , and Children's Gaiters a
ioe. , just received from the bi
stern manufactures JiUo a lat
> ck of Gents' Bantu and Gaite
endless variety ; and where I al
er to the public Boots , Shoes ai
liters of all de criptlona of n
n make , and made to order.
Fullest satisfaction guaranteed
who patronize meand those w !
11 call and examine my stock
t certain of pleasing even to t
> st fastidious.
P. H. LAXG ,
> Farnham Street , between 12
ind 13th. sept 23 tf
Dnc new Grover & Baker sewii
ichine ; one folding-top Sing
ichine , almost new ; one Hon
ittle mnchine.used only 2 mcntl
0 jack screws , plows , pate :
ings , and other useful articles
Bsen's auction rooms , corner 161
1 Dodge St. , at 10 o'clock , Thur
: . Sept 24th , 1874.
* ou can always find the large
I best assortment of
MAI'S AND RUGS
at JOHN B. DETWILER'S ,
street , between Farnham ant
ouglas utreefy $3 atfwlt.
THE STATE EXPO&1TIO
What is Bein ? Bone The ]
pects Indicate a Brillian
That the State Fair , which 01
next Tuesday , and ends on the
lowing Friday , will be a most
liant success , we have not the
doubt. Major D. H. Wheel
Plattsrnouth , the secretary ol
State Agricultural Society , am
assistant , Mr. J. B. Simpson ,
now in the city , and are i
ing their headquarters at
office of Martin Dunham ,
Farnham street. They iuforj
that the prospects for the coi
fair indicate that it will e <
all its predecessors in ever :
spect. Already over one
dred entries have been made ii
different departments. All ei
should be made at their office.
They have received innume
applications from persons for
privilege of running all sorl
games of chance , catch-penn ;
fairs , wheels of fortune , etc. ,
have refused them all.
They have granted about h\
permits for refreshment stands ,
have before them a large numl
applications for all feorta of
As yet 110 programme has
been arranged for each day. I
is sate to say that the Fair will
sess new attractions every day
it continues. Wednesday and T
day , however , will be the mos
tractive days. There will be
class races or "trials of spee <
some very particular people
them , every afternoon.
Every picture at the Rcpub
office will be closed out to-nigh
GUAY & ALLRN
s23 It Auctionee
United States Courts.
The follovriug named persons
been drawn as Grand and
Jurors , to serve at the next tei
the United States District C
Said jurors are summoned to aj
October loth , 1S74 , at 2 o'i
p. m. :
James L Slocum , Falls
George W Shepherd , Bloominj
J P Becker , Columbus ; E B C
dter , Omaha ; William Bowi
Fteinont ; Tilford D Dustin , I
George N Crawford , Douglas ;
Ham H Morris , Crete ; Sarnui
Jones , Tekamah ; And ew Br
Tekamah ; W S McGowan , Si
rein ; O J Mar'in. Lincoln ;
Past , Hebron ; J X .Lucas , Rep
can City ; Samuel Moody , Pen
* * Frederick , Omaha ; E O Sn
Paul ; Thomas Wilson ,
William 8 Clark , Nemaha C
William Neville , Plattsinouth ;
Coon , David City ; William R ,
J LStepheubon , StDeroin ; F
crick Thies , Omaha ; D T Ti
Lone Tree ; J U Barnes , Poi
Frederick P Burgess , Osceola ;
Smith , Arago ; John J Hart ,
lem ; Hamilton Thomas , Peru ;
S Richardson , Omaha ; Henry '
jerSt Helena ; W A Platte , Gr
feland ; LFWyman , York ; V
Mackey , Omaha ; David Rant
? eru ; L R Wright , Omaha ;
lolbrook , Falls City ; Chas H A
ill , Osceola ; Joseph Miller , Wa
oo ; J C Lewis , St Paul ; Edw
'armelee , Omaha ; H M Lales , ! ;
itoga ; Edward Sabin , Nebra
Jity ; Jacob Solenberger , Syracu
Villiam Steel , Creighton.
OMNIBUS for the Fair Grou
rill leave the Grand Central Hi
nd Post Office at 2 p. m. every (
urhi the week.
sept23tf G. W. HOMAX , Ji
A few questions for the parties
aswer in regard to "NEW" Ho
[ achines for $35.00.
1st. Why are the Machines
umbered over 700,000 ( whi
umbers the Company have ne1
ached ) if they aie good raachim
2d Why do not the numbers
ic shuttle race correspond with t
ate numbers if they are ni
3d. Why are the numbers in t
lUttle-race all filed down so as i
be legible if they are new m
Parties purchasing Howe M
ines will look well to the numbc
d see that the plate numbers at
mbersin shuttle-race corre&pon
they ought to in every Hov
ichine that has ijof been tamper *
THR HOWE MACHINE Co.
EW- GOODS AT
Y your Dry Goods at the Cues
sh Store. E. H , Samory , 5 !
h street. sept21-tf
Iowa Coal , 57.00 per ton , tlellve
by Perry & Yeomans , Genen
; ents , Eclipse Coal and Minin
. , Des Moines , office 508 13t
set , between Farnham and Douj
streets. sept 1 1m.
JUY your Boots and Shoes at th
cap Cash Store. E. H. Samorj
IGth street. sept21tf
Taffy and Caramels at th
Omaha Candy Factory. Fresl
ken stick candy at half price.
H. L. LATEY ,
I7tf Douglas st , cor. 12th.
TS , CAM , TRUNKS
H. BKASII & URO. ,
aer 12th and Farnham streets ,
irtian Curiosities at No. 17C
ihamstreet , corner llth street.
The City Council held its
lar weekly session Tuesday eve
The following special p
men were confirmed , to act
September 25th to October 5t
be paid at the same rate per dt
the regular force : W. H.
Fred Lenbury , Edward Gor
Valentine Adams , J. V. Bi
Geo. W. Kendall.
A petition tor the vacati
Market street , which runs diac
ly from Harney street to Fan
street , was referred to the
mittee on public property am
Petitions were received , ai
for the improvement of TV
street and Capital Avenue ; fo ;
repair of the approaches of the
bridge on the Mute Asylum
Edmund Dutton , city engi
reported his acceptance of j
Hanscom's grading of St. & 1
avenue and Howard street
loth street west to its intersc
with said avenue. Approved I
A number of sidewali re
lions were adopted.
A resolution that an attc
be secured to assist City Atti
Thurston in defending the i
grades in the District Court , wt
troduced. Messrs. Campbell
Stephenson opposed the resoii
The resolution , however ,
Councilman Stephenson i
duccd three resolutions , coucei
St. Mary's avenue ; asking for
mates concerning sidewalks , re
from recent rains , all of wnich
lost. StepheiiMni stated that hi
been requested by the people i
second \\ard to introduce these
oltitions , the inference being
neither of the members of the
end ward delegation would i
duce them. Swobe , ot the sc
ward intimated that it would
good thing for Stephenson tea
to the busineus of his own wart
A resolution , approprintin
to pay Chief Engineer Galli
expenses to St. Louis , to attem
national convention of chief
neers of fire departments , wa
lerred to the committee on fire
power to act.
Dirt that had been place
Mr. Charles Turner on the cro
of Sixteenth and Howatd st
was declared a nuUnnce , an <
Marshal was directed to notify
to remove it forthwith.
The Committee on Streets
Grades reported , recommendln
bill of Timothy Kelly for lev
ez.rth ho not paid ; that eulv <
not built on Chicago street bet
Twelfth and Thirteenth ; tha
report of City Engineer , acce ]
the grades on. Saunders , CUE
and Eighteenth streets , be ado
and that the amounts be Incl
in the next appropriation ordius
The Committee on Sidev
and Bridges recommended tha
Street Commissioner be instri
to re-lay sidewalks on reci
graded streets in the same com !
as they were before , or as near
as possible. Adopted , 7 to 3 , M <
Campbell , Sutphen jjnd Stephe
vothig in the negative. The i
mitteo made a report on.sp1
matters , all of which
Pomeroy , Kent , and Burkley ,
[ jointed to appraise damages
property owners oil Farnham
Douglas streets , by reason oj
change of grade , made their re ]
They appraised damajies as foil
EI R APuudt , S300 ; S Brown ,
.vest . 22 feet of lot 2 , block 111 , S
niddle 22 feet of lot 2 , block
> 50 ; Orchard & Preston , S50 ; -
! 2 feet of lot 0 , hlonk 105 , § 55 ;
Churchill , S25 ; H Hickmah , S2
3 Wigman , § 20 ; R A Browu.Sl ,
niddle 22 feet of lot 8 , block
1,000 ; O C Campbell , § 25 ; H (
Junning , $400 ; H N VisscherS
ast 22 feet of lot 8 , block 104 , 5
nicldle 22 feet of lot 8 , block
25 ; Caroline K Reed , $75 ; mil
1 feet of lot 2 , block 121 , $2-5 ; A
2 feet of lot 2 , block 121 , $20 ; E
le 22 feet of lot 3 , block 12J , 51
est 22 feet of lot 3 , block 121 , !
'he ' report was approved.
AH further work on the sidewj
nd gutters on those streets , ur
ic ordinance adopted , and mi
ic contract made with Drexel
b. , was postponed until the seci
leeting in July , 1875.
A resolution was offered pro
ig that sidewalks be re-laid on
tary's Avenue , where the fil
ich as to prevent their being 1
i the line of the lot , that
trcet Commissioner bo instruo
i lay the walk on the top of
ade on the south side of s
reet , referred to the committee
ile walks and bridges , with
ity Attorney , with power to i
id that railings he placed on hi
les of the street.
Bids for the surrendering of hoi
ere opened as follows :
'akely , S500 , 98J ; S2CO , 98 . Sti
ink , 82,200 ( depot ) 99J ; $ J,0
eating debt ) 99 j. FirsrNatlon
,500 , 99J. Omaha Nation
, GOO ( brjdge ) 98J. W. ' " <
hitnoy , S350 at 99 J. All 'the bi
; re accepted. The Gou.ucl } a
irned for one week.
TSWORTII'S CELEBRATED DEI
SEA BRAND OYSTEItS.
e best flavored Oyster in tl
irket. TAKE NO OTHER.
? 'or sale at wholesale by
J. C. ROSE.NFELD ,
General Northwestern Ag't.
send for Price List. s9 1m.
itore room No. 203. Farnham SI
tnerly occupied by Smith Saui
s' dry goods store. Inquire i
te Bank. s8 Iw.
) ne Full Cabinet Wheeler an
Ison Sewirg Machine , with a
latest improvements. Itisncw-
i never been run. Inquire at tl
) YEINO , cleaning ana repainn
ie in the neatest manner , at th
STEAM DYE WORKS ,
i St.Let. Farnham and Dougla ;
'EW GOODS AT BUSHMAN'S !
ne iirst-elass Shirt Ironer am
sher , one g..pd Plain Ironer , am
good Starcher. To persons whi
fill these places , steady employ
- v cnven.
t win _ _
Itf 515 and 517 12th st.
McKelligon-s card on
ad page. juile2-tf
BY ORDER OF THE JUDGE
THE UNITED STATE
The Assignee of Albert Tu
Bankrupt , has Soid to W.
Loring ; & Co. , His Entir
Stock of Boots and
Shoes , Amount
ing to ,
$6,367.67 ! ! !
W. B. LORING & CO.
Having Bought these Goods at b
Discount from their Original Cote
to Tucker , Have Ko-arranged
In Their Store , Corner Farnham an
Streets , and they are now Bead ;
This is Grandest Opportunit
Bargains Ever Offered ? !
Remember the Inducemen
We Offer You these Goods at
than their Original Cost
Read Some of the Price
60 pairs caildreiib' grain
silver tip polish . 1 05
40 pairs sewed goat ,
Polish . 1 17J
30 pairs tine bowed kid
and fox , Polish . 1 20
24 pairs French kid ,
foxed , Polish . 1 37 $
30 pairs Philadelphia
bronze , Polish . 1 50
0 pairs Philadelphia
goat , silver tipPolish 1 C21
CO pairs Philadelphia
straight grain . 2 00
GO pairs Philadelphia
straight grain , button 220
75 pairs babes' goat balmorals -
morals . 52V
90 pairs babes Philadel
phia Polish . 90
CO pairs babes' Philadel
phia button . 92 }
58 pairs misses' silver
tip , Polish . 1 42i
G3 pairs misses' linekid
foxed , Polish . 2 00
90 pairs misses' kid and
goatsewed ) Polish. . . 2 12J
38 puirs misses' fine
Philadelphia Polish. . 2 47 }
G9 pairs misses' fine
, -Philadelphia , buttons 3 10
23 pairs misses' Phila
delphia goat , black
a.nd bronze buttons. . . 3 2o
120 pairs womens'gniin
Polish . 1 90
80 pairs womens' sewed
grain Polish . 2 15
G3 pairs womens' line
foxed button1. . . , . . , , . . 3 00
33 pairs womens1 line
kid and goat , button , 2 75
19 pairs womens'Gray
Bro's French , button , 4 25
58 pairs womens1 fine
gjove calf , congress. . . 3 10
THIS ISANEXTflA. BARGAIN
108 pairs mens' sewed
congress ( fancy ) . 3 00 :
THIS JS SO PRICE FOtt TIIE51
14 pairs mens' sewed
Alexis . 3 1Q i
job lot of mens' sew
ed shoes , ( variety of
styles ) . , 2 90 i
V. job lot of mens' sewed
calf shoes from 4 00 to GOO ±
.8 pairs mens' hpayy
working boot . 3 00 J
2 pairs mens' fine , light
njorrocco leg . 3 " 5 3
9 pairs mens' fine oalf ,
n-orrocco leg . 4 50 4
0 pajrs meas' custom
made calf , morrocco
leg . G 25 5
L job lot of fine ma
chine and HAND
MADE boots , OOSt
Tucker from..7 00 to 9 00
fe are selling at from. . G
to . . .9
)0 ) pairs womens' serge
slips . 85
1 pairs mens' carpet
slips . 75
: pairs mens sewed
goat slips . 1 30 1
pairs mens' embroi
dered slips . 2 25 2
pairs mens' morroc-
coopera slips . 275 2
These are only a few of thp pric <
EVER WERE SUCH ± 5AI
M W. B. LORNING & CO'S
Joruer Fourteenth and Farnha
eet , opposite the Grand Centn
; wlt .
PAPER for sale very ehet
JOHN B. DETWI EU'S
rpet Store , 14th street betwee
rnham and Douglas.
* EW GOODS AT BUSmiAX'S.
iTJTHS' ' & BOYS' J3LOTHIN (
& . BBASU fc BRO. ,
uer 12th and Farnham streei
'he picture sale last evening a
Republican office was well at
ded. The steel engravings am
; st choraos were reserved for to
ht's sale. . Th'e sale is perempto
and will be continued until tin
entire collection is closed out
which ou :
3 Is a rare opportunity
sens should not miss , gale to
Ijt o 7 o'clock.
GRAY & ALLEN .
: 22 2t Auctioneers.
& TRIMSHNGS ,
oth , white linen
shad.es- store shades
&fi tassels to match.
. DETWTLEII ,
h stregt , oetwceu
rsryour Hats and Caps at the
ip Cash Store. E. H. Samory ,
6tU streit septSltf
TTnion Pacific President Di
Jay Gould , and Others.
Yesterdey the Union P
directors' car , which had been
to New York for the pui
brought to this city Sidney D
President of the road ; Jay G
who is a director and one c
heaviest stock holders ; Oliver/
who is a director ; G. P. Mori
the general manager ot G <
estates ; and Col. Thomas J.
dan. On their arrival
they found Homan's el
Hacks in waiting lor them ,
they took a drive to the comp
shops , which they inspected ,
with which they were nuicn ]
ed. After doing the shops
drove about the city , viewii
many beauties. An hour or
was then , spent at the headqv
offices of the road , when the
proceeded to the Grand Ct
Hotel , where they enjoyed a In
We have not been able as yet
certain the cxactnature of their
ness , further than that it is to i
arrangements for facilitating t
over the Union Pacific , by she
ing up the running time. It is
gested that , if they could in
way hasten the Iowa roads to
the bridge , it would be the
agreeable improvement to the
eling public that could possibl
These distinguished visitors
go west to-morrow , probably
ing San Francisco before the ;
Auction at Cussen's , IGth
Dodge , to-morrow at 10 o'clod
sept 23 It.
NEW GOODS ATBUSHMAN'
NOTICE. Advertisements ol To Lei
Sale , Lort , Wants , Found , PourdlDg , AC
! in prte l in these rnlumns once for
CENTS pi r line : each subsequent inse
FIVE CEF S per line. 'Hie urst in
never Im h n TWENTY-KIVi :
O H SALE. 3 good lot < on 18th , lira
f strcot for SS30. 1 email lotttixrc , ou
( ass street $2JO rO acres of Dou 'as i
lanil.fi it clasi , 10 miles out , JGtJ. New
and lot 5 yo.ii-3 time , al.800
UUGGS & 1IILL , Heal eitate ajonl
T AKb'S AUDITION. Lots Jursalo on
Jjal credit apply tu JOIlM SI. CLAKi
! , eiit23 3' *
* DA girl , to work Ina sraal
vato family , Iinmfdiately Inqu
559 Eleventh street , Let. Douglas and Uod
rpAKEN UP A dark Irown cow. 9
I old The owner can get the siuie by
Ing property and paying chaws
FJ. . SCIIE
S33 Sixteenth st , north of Farnuhni.
FEW first-class boarders wanted at
A Busies' , 5:3 13th , bet. Cap. are ,
Uavcniort. Uooi table. Sept
RENT -My residence , N. W. con e
FOR Chicago streets. S. W1UC.1
A Busine 3 Partner with :
WANTED manufacturing business t
ished five years. Apply personally or lr '
ef. Hopiu p , Vischer's bloct , Uiualia'
FOR REXT 17tban.l . Cap. Av. .
HOUSE . & .A.TAYLURA
L S. A. TAYLOR A I
FOR BENT Ninth and Ua
HOUfeE . S. A. 1AYLOK A I
FOR REX T20 h and Cass.
aOUSE given about 0 < t. 1st.
saptgltl _ ! ? . A , TAYLOR ft (
OUdE FOR REST-18th and Cas ? .
8. A. TAYLOR A (
L.TONCY TO LOAN Inquire at Law ( ;
\j. of F , A. BEALs.Rooin 9 , Viichgr's BI
inaha. _ ssptl6 <
" KEAT bargiinj in real estate , for sale 1
3Tin Mock 89 , " with all Imcroveincnts
i. situated on lmge ! Strict , between ISthi
reels , at the low pi ice of 55 00. t-nqulr
. HELLSIAN .t CO. Corner of Franha
lirteentn htrects. si 4 d 30
IfANIED Amencan , Herman. Norwei
I V fcwedlsh , or Irish sirls , to work in bo
staurants and private families. Inqiiin
) t njl 4 Co. , Employment liurtau , 527
enth Stre t , opposite Post Office. ejitl2d
111L IIous and lot next north of C. E. V c
. residence is lors le at the low prici
,500--a irlfle more tljan the cost of in-i > r <
i > nts. Inquire of b , W. AMBROSE , At
y , pear head of Doiulas street. uejt :
TfcD Any onuwitniing to sell or
VAT any kind < I business , bi-use 1
id ) or icerchan lise , call on UK. We h
anccs ntirely in our hands , affording
it investment ( or capital , both small ;
at COrilULI.iCO. , Ewhanga and l
tin ; Bureau , 531 15lh street , oj-po'lte I
Hoe. _ seplZd ,
IO THE FWOL.IU Tbe undersl ned
opened an oflice for em Inyment of m
1 female help for stores , offices , honsrs , ]
: e families , < < tc All in want of the same ,
ntini ; employment , please a-11 on
TTRILL & Co. , Exchange nd Employmi
reau , 531 15th street , oppcsUe Post Office.
[ TASTED A girl to do general housewc
T at 418 Davenport St. aug25dt
OR SALE SCO acre/ot land two milrs In
Wlsner , on the O. N. W. R. R. , in Cuuii
, Nebraska , at S .50 peracrein cash , orb
rn and balance in cue year at ten per ci
ply at "Great Westrn Land Agency , " 1
132 Farnham Street Orpalia. auclTdti
"ONEY TO LOAN On approvea persor
L security , also City and Coniitr Warian
ght and sol I. Inquire .it Law Offiio of '
I . Richards. No. 490 13th St. , Omaha.
'ORE TO BENT 138 Douplas strr et. Ii
quire ol WEBBER 4 BE1IM.
r ANTED Day boarders , st the touthwc :
cor. ot 10th and llarnev su. ] c ) tf
AB3IONEES NOlICE ,
.1 porting knowing themselves ii&
f. Mackey , are requested to call on C <
i land ray up at once.
I persons holding claim i cc-lnst B. 31
fcey , n note or ace Hint , will ple-ise presen
i 10 the uudersUncd for adjustment.
tw3t. C. C. HOUSEL , Assigne *
For Sewing Machines.
order to make room for our new styles , w <
put in PERFECT order all of onr eli
, including second-band , and ofl'cr them al
ATLEY REDUCED prices , for CA5H.
EAR IW MIND
BY " HOWE " BOUGHT OF US and
.UTHQBIZED canTMsers Is VARRANT-
nd INSTRUCTION given , as WE have a
JTATIOiT TO SUSTAIN. Experience
WITHOUT Instruction Ii
% a machine
SE than NONE at all.
JTION. We know of large lots of worth-
aehincs bought at low figui es , that are be-
Imed off on the public for nearly as good
r. Persons that do not want to run the
if being swindled shonMNEVER buy of
3PON6JBLE pnart'ies , as they hare NO
Mon AT STAKE , as hare old cstabUjtcd
tale * ,
THE HOWE MACHINE CO. ,
459 13th Street-
LIQUOSS , WINES , ETC.
o , S
S fr * H
i " w o
" * 01 * 3
B i EL ; HH >
? S3 i m
to * M 5
P. N. GLYNN *
WHOLESALE AMD BETAtt. DZAT.ZB I
Wines , Liquors , Segc
TOBlC 0 AND PIPES.
aarCaliforiia Wines and Brandles.S >
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets opposi
new Post Oihce buildins , Omaha , Neb *
Cor , 13th 1 Leavenworth S
Board by the iliy and week. Finest bi
of all clasvs of Liquors , ScgarsAo. Fresh 1
constantly on hand.
jc23-3in CHAS. HART Fn
1MAHA , - - - KEBEAi
The largest and best hot between Chi
lad San Francisco.
Opened new September 30th , 1S73.
30 tf . GEO. THKALL. PronrieU
United States HoH
COK. DOUGLAS AND TENTH STREE
mHF.UNDERSIONED r-srectfnlly ann
I re that he has pimhaed and reS lei
n\x > \ e II lei , and Is row ready to J-CCOHMIKI
th public , with board by ds y r we fc , at :
ona 'leratPi. WILLIAM LEI1R. Prc
julT22 ' 711
KRITZ HAFMEE , Prop'r.
No. 170 Douglas Street , corn r llth , Out
Nebraska Board by the day or week ,
> o. 630 Fiileenth Street ,
Jpp. JeDerson Square , OMAHA , N
JOSEPH DOVE. Prop'r.
Day and week Board st reasonable rates.
Firit-ca$4 bar attached to the bouse.
LIITDLE SOUS ]
On OM , let. Farnham and Ifarney Slrcsk
bee.n entirely refilttAl and refurnisl
HAS will accommodate all totliebcs
oard at 81,50 per day ; 40c per single meal.
C , V , & S , M , HARRYMAN.
Southern Hotel ,
Fronting on 4th , 6th and Walnntita , ,
3t. Lenis , - Me
Laveille , "Warner & Co. ,
The Southern Hotel is first-class in all
11 ointments. Its table' sre at all times at
lifd in the greatest abundance , with all 1
slicacies the markets afford , Its clerBs a
nploj-e * arp all pola | ( sad attentive to I
ant'of thogufst8"of the hotel , Tb re IB
iproTedeleva'or leading from the flrtt fl (
i the upper one , Bailroad and Meamlx
ket offices , news stand , cd wesxerr flnl
legraph offl < e in the Botunda of hotel.
WILUAM LATEY ,
! or. 1 6th. aud Webster ; St
Keeps a complete assortment ol
[ ROGER LES and
WILLIAM SEXAUEB ,
5 Tcinliaia Street , - - Oiraha , Ki
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER Uf
URNITURE , BEDDING , ETC
ruits , Confectionery
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
215 Douglas , bet. llth and 1 Street.
AHA , . . .
The SlBux City And Pacific Hallroatj ,
la Connection vith Ihe
OUX CITY & . ST , PAUL
2 rallei the shortest route from Omahi
Council Bluffs to St. PanI , ] Ilneioll ,
rrater , Anolca , Dnlnth , Bismarck , and all
iln leares Omaha dilly , ( errep Saturday )
j.clock p. in. , and Council Blutfs at 8:05 : prom -
rom Chicago A Norlh-WcsUrn Depot.
eas LOWandilmecs QUICK as
Ly nny oilier Line.
, LMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
ON ALL MET MS ,
snre vour ticket reaila VIA Sioux City ,
avoiding circuitous routes and midnight
ketacan be 'urchasol at the offices of the
m & Korthwt stern Railway In Omaha
fcuncil Bluff. .
J C. BOYDEN ,
: Pan. A Ticket AglSt P. 4 S. C. R. R.
Paul , Minn.
' - F. C.HILL ,
Pa j. and Ticket Ajt-'S. ' C. * K. , 'Slour
r , Iowa. "
GEO. TV. GBATTON , Agent.
163 Farnhara Street , Omabs , Neb
ice is hereby gtven to the qualified electors
City of Pmiba , thaf a Special Election
e Tield within and fpr the City of Omaha ,
esday the 13th day of October , A.D. 1874.
e purpose of submitting to tbe qualiued
rs of said ally tbe following proposition ,
ill bonds pf the city of Omaha T * Issued by
ty in the sum of four hundred thousand
i , due In twenty years with interest at
per cent , per annum , to be uted for the
of erecting , or procuring the ersbtlon
er Works In tha City of Omaha. "
proposition , entire , shall be written or
1 upon each ballot , and the Tote th-reon
eonly " Yes" or No , " written orprint-
ow said proposition , up _ > n the sama
aid Special Election the polls will be
; at 9 o'clock A. M. , and be kept open
o'clock P. if. , at the following places :
Vard at Turner Hall.
Ward at engine House , No.3.
( i'ard at Eccine How , No. ? .
i Want-al Sheriff's Office. Conrf HO.IS&
iVard at Pennyylruila Honse1 , IhUbgi
Yard at Engine House , No. 1.
line's whereof I hare" hereunto set my
LUd cansd the teal of said city to be
to affixed , tbls 17th day of September ,
SIlsrGKEIR , ,
The Kingof the SEWING MACHINE WORLD as pre-eminently as Gold Eelfins
Realms ct Finauce.
SALES EOR 1873 :
In Round Numbers 232,444 Machines
and Thirteen Thousand" more iUtblncs tlin sold br
UBeinz OTer One Hundred . ire re " " * J'
during the ianie tin" *
It will bar ly b denied . .pon such evidence that tLe superiority of the Singer U lully
THE SINGER MANPO GO ,
W. N. NASON , Agent ,
jo NO. 212 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA
J. J. BROWN & BRO. ?
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEFXE & JOHNSON ,
538 and 5-iO Fourteenth. Street ,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCtSsOKS TO CRKIGIITON ANO MORJAN
WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
Ko. LO& Farnliain Street
ITo. 2 < t7 Dcuglas Strsot ,
AGK.NTS FOR TH DUPONT POWDER CO.
CLARK & FRENCH ,
AXD DEALERS ZZV
anned Goods , Dried Fruits , Green Fruits in Season ,
% RbERS SOLICITED. ' XD PBOMPTI.Y FILLED.
. S I 3 dl J ? S O 2sT ,
MANUFACTURER AND VVHOLFSALE
532 I 'IIFTZEJEinSTTH : ST. ,
C. Zi. > . .
T.A.ILOIR , ,
288 Bodge Street , 2d Door East of 16th Street.
I keep ( ons . .ntly on band the Gnrst flcikuT Crond Clotli , C . lr.icrr ; nd Ve tlngs
Ich I am prepared to niake up in tie must fashiuiiab'a slj Its &i.d tu suit the most fastidious
ho lowest possiu.a pricts. jelOdly
ROBERT C. STEELlr ,
'aints , Gils , Varnishes ,
BRUSHES , LAMP GOODS ETC.
57 Douglas Street - OMAHA.
IY GOODS , HOSIERY , GLOVES
231 Faratiam Street ,
J. J. BROWN & BBO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FAPLE AND FANCY DBY GCCDS
r Motions , md Boots find Slices.
helf Heavy Hardware
IRON , STEEL , NAILS , WAGON STOCK,1
LGHICTTLTTTKAIi IMPLEMENTS ,
CSIIEHS. IIAHM--STKHS , KK/i fEUS , MO1VK1IS. DIUI.Ls. . MEEUElt
COKNtAMEI X PLOW * , CUt riVATOBS. HAY.
1MKKN AND \VAnoiCS. mchl3y
3 Douglas Stx ( Omalia , ITebvaska ,
Fla Old'KcntuukyjWlilskics and Jiniwrlp-njlooil1 } n ST
± 3J ± , USTIEB.
Missouri Plrer RiilroaJ Co. , oUjrs best Ian'sat low pr'coi on 10 } airS
irliuetoi and of 20 cent , on the amount of th
. . , .d I haJnniis premium per
S pc. OOD\ from date of parcbasa.
cultivated , within two years
, if halt the land is
LA11GE DEDUCIONS FOR CASH PAYMENTS.
i of ? Iatte ; J.oup Fork and Elkhorn Valleys
If. R. RCo. . will seC about J.000,003 acr of ipli > n 1W rrarlo ? . anil agrieultaril.U i
it red country , t Irom Jl-4 to $7.00 per acrr on iong credit.
South of he Platte
nyowne a large body of the best Ian 1 inNfbrastt , interwtelby namtrooi
; utto fUrallroat aalia tfielir ait jnl best derelopel part of the State , u alia
publican Vzllay. ForclrcuUrsaal/uUlaloraatloa applyt.to
, Agent B & M , land Office
; rncr onHptk ftnd Farnham Sta. , Omaha
/ > - dmnaval 1 t. A liana itmant. LlnCOlfli
v. vv . . > .r
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